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MAY 2022

 

REVITA THERAPY & WELLNESS

Therapist

Opportunity: Are you an amazing clinical mental health clinician?  We love serving the people of Alabama and are seeking service-minded therapists who are culturally-competent and passionate about working with Black, Indigenous, & People of Color. This means that you are versed and understand the impact of oppression and the concept of anti-racism.

About: Revita Therapy & Wellness not only supports the wellness of our patients, but our clinicians too:  Work/Life, Occupational/Emotional Balance is paramount. That's why 4-day work weeks are not just encouraged, but required. We want to make sure you have 3-day weekends, all the time. Working weekends and/or evenings is totally up to you and your preferred schedule.

Qualifications; Alabama Licensed LPC, LCSW or LMFT: *If licensed elsewhere but are a good fit for our practice, Alabama licensure costs will be covered.  3-Years of Fully Licensed Experience.  Virtual/Telehealth Part-Time: 20-25 clients a week Full time: 24+ clients a week. We really don’t want you to burn out.   Contract 1099 and Clinician/Practice split.   Current credentialing with BCBS preferred; will cover credentialing cost if a good fit.   CE stipends after 90 days .

To Apply: https://revitatherapyandwellness.com/careers
 

STATE FARM

Agent Team Member

Opportunity: State Farm Insurance Agent located in Montevallo, AL is seeking an outgoing, career-oriented professional to join their successful team. As a State Farm team member for Bob Butterworth - State Farm Agent, you will build and develop customer relationships within the community to promote State Farm products including auto and home insurance.

Description: Establish customer relationships and follow up with customers, as needed. Use a customer-focused, needs-based review process to educate customers about insurance options. Develop leads, schedule appointments, identify customer needs, and market appropriate products and services. Work with the agent to establish and meet marketing goals
 

Notes: As an Agent Team Member, you will receive... Salary plus commission/bonus. Paid time off (vacation and personal/sick days). Valuable experience.  Must be available to work the following schedule: Monday - Friday 8 AM-5:00PM. This position is with a State Farm independent contractor agent, not with State Farm Insurance Companies. Employees of State Farm agents must be able to successfully complete any applicable licensing requirements and training programs. State Farm agents are independent contractors who hire their own employees. State Farm agents’ employees are not employees of State Farm.  Pay: $45,000.00 - $60,000.00 per year


Qualifications: Property & Casualty License. Life & Health License. Interest in marketing products and services based on customer needs. Excellent communication skills - written, verbal and listening. Enthusiastic about the role insurance and financial products play in helping people manage the risks of everyday life, recover from the unexpected, and realize their dreams. Self-motivated. Detail oriented. Ability to work in a team environment. Ability to multi-task. Ability to make presentations to potential customers. Achieve mutually agreed upon marketing goals. Ability to effectively relate to a customer. Sales Experience Preferred.

Contact: Deborah Miller, LSA5, State Farm Agent, Phone: 205-665-7190, Address: 4778 Highway 25 Montevallo, AL 35115, Bob Butterworth <bob.butterworth.g0j5@statefarm.com, Deborah Miller <deborah.miller.pdhu@statefarm.com


IMPACT FAMILY COUNSELING

Therapist

Opportunity: IMPACT is Hiring!  IMPACT Family Counseling is expanding and looking to hire a full-time licensed therapist. IMPACT is seeking a therapist to see adults and adolescents in the Birmingham metro area. Preference is given to those fully licensed and eligible for insurance panels. IMPACT Family Counseling is a not-for-profit counseling agency that has served the community for over 25 years. A Master’s degree in counseling with corresponding licenses and certifications are required. IMPACT provides services in three Birmingham locations as well as offering teletherapy options for remote clients.

Competitive Salary based on experience, great benefits with Health, Dental, Paid leave, Retirement plan, Liability Insurance, ect. Administrative and billing support is provided so our therapists can focus on what they do best.

For more information contact or send resume to IMPACT at: CH@ImpactAL.org or call 205-916-0123 or our website at WWW.IMPACTAL.org

FOX 54 TV
Sports Anchor/MSJ

 

Opportunity: FOX54 in vibrant and fast-growing Huntsville, Alabama is looking for a Sports Anchor/MSJ who can foster engaging content. The perfect candidate will be naturally curious, hungry to learn, and can adapt to change as the duties may vary day-to-day. The job involves covering local sports as well as SEC teams for all platforms.  This position is based in Huntsville, the largest city in Alabama. Huntsville is a “New South” kind of city filled with rocket scientists, engineers and people from around the country. It is always ranked as one of the best places in the country to live and to work. Come join our team!

Description: Enterprise sports ideas, write, shoot and edit stories for all platforms.  Deliver on-air sports coverage including live reports, anchoring and story telling.  Write in an exciting, captivating and authentic manner. Use the latest editing and photography tools to tell great stories. Develop original content through social listening and independent sources.  Operate news gathering vehicle to and from various locations. Write and post daily on all digital platforms including social media. Shoot, write and edit packaged reports. Use creative production techniques such as graphics and new forms of media (viewer pictures, webcam interviews, etc.) to enhance stories
Transmit and present engaging live reports with current technology.

Qualifications: BA/BS in journalism, communications or related field. Bilingual - English and Spanish speaking desirable. Experience with photojournalism, editing and content management systems. Experience anchoring sports and news segments. Strong understanding of the tenets of professional journalism. Ability to generate creative, engaging, content-driven live shots. Strong social media skills, including an active news hound presence on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Knowledge of ENPS and graphics a plus. Organizational skills and the ability to work under constant time-sensitive deadlines. Ability to calmly handle live, breaking news situations and changing events. Travel: Occasionally: 10-25%. Work Environment Set: Office: normally performed in a typical interior/office environment. Physical Demands Set: Medium work: Involves standing prolong hours, stooping, bending, lifting/pushing up to 25 lbs.

About: TEGNA Inc. (NYSE: TGNA) is an innovative media company that serves the greater good of our communities. Across platforms, TEGNA tells empowering stories, conducts impactful investigations and delivers innovative marketing solutions. With 63 television stations in 51 U.S. markets, TEGNA is the largest owner of top 4 network affiliates in the top 25 markets among independent station groups, reaching approximately 39 percent of all television households nationwide. TEGNA also owns leading multicast networks True Crime Network and Quest. TEGNA Marketing Solutions (TMS) offers innovative solutions to help businesses reach consumers across television, digital and over-the-top (OTT) platforms, including Premion, TEGNA’s OTT advertising service. For more information, visit www.TEGNA.com.   TEGNA requires all employees to be fully vaccinated (as defined by the CDC) against the coronavirus.

To Apply: http://www.jobs.net/j/JpbxpsMJ?jobdetails=true
Apply Online URL: http://www.jobs.net/j/JpbxpsMJ
Website: http://www.rocketcitynow.com
Contact: Charles Knowles, cknowles@tegna.com

UNITED COUNSELING

Therapist

Opportunity: United Counseling is expanding! We are looking for more part-time therapists to see children, adolescent, and adults in the Birmingham metro area. Preference is given to those fully licensed and eligible for insurance panels. United Counseling is a not for profit counseling agency that has served the community for over 50 years. We have a rich history is serving clergy, clergy families as well as community members. For more information on United Counseling, please visit www.unitedcounseling.org.

Contact: Rev. Monica Harbarger, MA, NCC, LPC-S, Executive Director, United Counseling, 350 Overbrook Road, Mountain Brook, AL 35213, monica@unitedcounseling.org, 205-824-8320, www.unitedcounseling.org

FOX 54 TV
Content Producer


Opportunity: FOX54 in vibrant and fast-growing Huntsville, Alabama is looking for a Content Producer who can foster engaging content. The perfect candidate will be naturally curious, hungry to learn, and can adapt to change as the duties may vary day-to-day. The job involves searching for local content, helping with digital content and organizing future content coverage. This position is based in Huntsville, the largest city in Alabama. Huntsville is a “New South” kind of city filled with rocket scientists, engineers and people from around the country. It is always ranked as one of the best places in the country to live and to work. Come join our team!

Description: Discover and assist in producing unique, local and engaging content daily and publish to broadcast and digital platforms in an organized manner. Keep track of big stories and potential follow-ups. Assist in planning coverage of future content. Monitor multiple social media platforms, identifying potentially interesting content. Perform digital producing, including writing and publishing local content to all digital platforms. Maintain knowledge on specific business, political, and other high-profile people in the Tennessee Valley. Create and maintain a robust collection of story contacts. Assist in producing broadcast newscasts when needed. Research criminal and civil document systems to distribute to content personnel.

Qualifications: Sound news judgement with the ability to work under tight deadlines and in stressful situations. Excellent written and verbal communications, conflict resolution and interpersonal skills. College degree or related job experience in lieu of degree is acceptable. Prefer someone with 1 to 3 years of industry experience

About: TEGNA Inc. (NYSE: TGNA) is an innovative media company that serves the greater good of our communities. Across platforms, TEGNA tells empowering stories, conducts impactful investigations and delivers innovative marketing solutions. With 63 television stations in 51 U.S. markets, TEGNA is the largest owner of top 4 network affiliates in the top 25 markets among independent station groups, reaching approximately 39 percent of all television households nationwide. TEGNA also owns leading multicast networks True Crime Network and Quest. TEGNA Marketing Solutions (TMS) offers innovative solutions to help businesses reach consumers across television, digital and over-the-top (OTT) platforms, including Premion, TEGNA’s OTT advertising service. For more information, visit www.TEGNA.com.  TEGNA requires all employees to be fully vaccinated (as defined by the CDC) against the coronavirus.

To Apply: http://www.jobs.net/j/JJeydNuU?jobdetails=true
Apply Online URL: http://www.jobs.net/j/JJeydNuU
Website: http://www.rocketcitynow.com
Contact: Charles Knowles, cknowles@tegna.com
 


APRIL 2022

 

WVTM TV
Creative Services Director


Opportunity: WVTM TV is seeking a highly motivated Creative Services Director. The successful candidate will be someone who can shoot, write, edit and be able to work inside Adobe Creative Suite efficiently and effectively. This person must be able to manage numerous projects simultaneously while elevating the look and feel of our legacy brand. This person will also be a key player in helping develop and produce targeted, research-driven promotional campaigns that connect with us across all platforms.

Description: Manage production of compelling image, sweeps and special event campaigns for all platforms. Schedule staff station promotional events. Responsible for the execution of station promotion for on-air and digital. Supervise creative team in brand, image and daily topical promotion. Produce on and off-air promotions. Special projects coordination & fulfillment. Produce effective news & programming promotion. Produce & post targeted social media marketing. Manage inventory for daily on-air logs as directed and as needed. Attend outside community functions or meetings. Identify and implement strategies for increasing station brand awareness and resonance. Execute on-point television and digital promotion. In-person attendance is required
 

Qualifications: College degree in broadcast journalism, broadcast news, or related field. A minimum of 5 years in station marketing/promotion/brand management.  Wide Orbit and ENPS experience is a plus. Must have a winning attitude and a commitment to excellence and quality promotion. Must have proven skills of collaborating with News staff and station personnel. Must be highly creative, a compelling writer and be able to use research to meet station goals of growing an audience. Non-linear editing required; efficient in Adobe Creative Suite or similar application. Creative writing and conceptualization; able to craft compelling messages based on station research. Excellent verbal communication & strong writing skills. Detailed oriented & organized. Excellent communication & interpersonal skills./ Graphic Skills preferred.

To Apply: Please visit careers.htv.hearst.com

Contact: From: Kelsey Lawrence, klawrence@hearst.com

SHIFT MARKETS
Financial Operations Associate


Financial Operations - Cryptocurrency - Fluency in Mandarin - Remote

About: Shift Markets provides cryptocurrency exchange solutions, brokerage trading technology, liquidity,digital asset listing and tokenization services to a global clientele. Founded in 2009 and headquartered in New York City, Shift has employees around the globe. We are at the bleeding edge of crypto and blockchain, working with everything from DeFi and lending to NFTs. Our aim is to be a key piece in the infrastructure of digital exchanges, trading technology, and blockchain solutions while providing a better financial ecosystem for our clients and the world around us.

Opportunity: We are growing quickly, and an opportunity has developed on our finance team for a Financial Operations Associate who is fluent in Mandarin. As our FinOps Associate, you will be interfacing with our team in Southeast Asia; communicating with native-level fluency in written and spoken Mandarin is required. Availability to work during southeast Asian business hours is preferred. This entry-level position is a great opportunity for someone just entering the workforce or someone desiring a career change. The ideal candidate for this back-office role has a passion for all things crypto and is looking for an opportunity at a high-growth company.

Description: Create daily and weekly reports to manage cash flows. Track and analyze financial operations. Identify trends and analyze variances. Ensure accurate tracking and communicate with SE Asia-based team about balances. Perform duties to ensure records are correct and current. Draft monthly and quarterly projections and actively discuss them with management. Create financial reports. Perform treasury duties and budgeting.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in finance or accounting. Ability to effectively communicate complex financial data with native-level fluency in both Mandarin and English. Availability to work during Southeast Asian business hours is preferred. Qualified candidates are permanently authorized to work in the US. Self-starter with the ability to work independently. Strong analytical and quantitative skills. Excellent communication and presentation skills.  Advanced proficiency in Excel. High proficiency with QuickBooks is strongly preferred.

Note: This is a full-time, permanent remote-based role. Salary range is $55,000 to $60,000 and depends on experience. This job is performable only at non-Colorado worksites. Visa sponsorship is not available for this position. This position requires permanent work authorization in the US.

To apply: Please tell us more about yourself here: https://tinyurl.com/ShiftFinanceMandarin

Contact: Jennifer Williams, VP of People Operations | Direct: +1 (646) 583-3132 | Office: +1 (646) 926-7005, 295 Madison Avenue, 30th floor, New York, New York 10017, https://www.shiftmarkets.com, jennifer@shiftmarkets.com

ALEXANDER ADVERTISING
Graphic Designer


Description: The Graphic Production Artist is responsible for supporting the marketing team with the production of graphic materials for print and digital efforts. The ideal candidate has a keen eye for detail, typography, photography, layout, and a genuine creative spirit.

Essential Job Duties (responsibilities): Assists with digital and print collateral, such as website, catalogs, email campaigns, presentations, etc. Assists with graphic design related requests and takes initiative and direction from department team members on projects. Image editing, such as color correction, retouching, clipping paths, and naming conventions.

Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (ability to demonstrate intermediate level or higher in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign). Interested candidates should contact Lisa Alexander, lisa@alexanderadvertising.com.

Contact: Lisa Alexander, President, Alexander Advertising, Inc., 2177 11th Court South, Birmingham, AL 35205, 205-939-1353, lisa@alexanderadvertising.com

 

WHNT/WHDF TV
Director of Sales

 

About: Nexstar Inc., America’s largest local broadcasting company, is seeking an experienced, hardworking, and aggressive leader to serve as Director of Sales for WHNT (CBS) and WHDF (North Alabama’s CW) as well as all digital, mobile, and social assets associated with whnt.com in the Huntsville, Alabama market (DMA #76). Our stations are #1 in the Huntsville market and produce 7.5 hours of live, local news daily, by far the most in the market. Huntsville is known as the Rocket City, as it is home to the U.S. Space and Rocket Center and U.S. Space Camp. The Huntsville area is made up of key military, space, telecommunications, biotechnology, and diversified manufacturing companies. The market provides challenging work in beautiful surroundings, including mountains, lakes, woodlands, and the Tennessee River that provides many recreational activities. The temperate climate is perfect for outdoor sports, world-class golf, hiking, biking, hunting, and fishing. Huntsville is 90 minutes from Birmingham, two hours from Nashville, and less than four hours from Atlanta.

Description: The Director of Sales oversees all aspects of the Local, National and Digital Sales departments, including staff management, inventory control, revenue goal setting, budgeting, and execution of strategic plans. Working closely with the VP/GM, the Director of Sales will be responsible and accountable for the achievement of all sales related activities and goals.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities: Provide strong, positive leadership for the sales team and sales managers with a clear understanding of all audience platforms. Handle all facets of National and Political advertising. Develop and execute sales strategies which result in exceeding revenue targets for Local, National and Digital. Manage inventory, pricing, budgeting, and revenue forecasting. Focus efforts of the sales team on new business development. Initiate smart, long-term decisions regarding hiring, evaluation, promotion, and termination of sales team professionals. Work closely with WHNT Sales Managers to develop creative, productive incentives. Develop strong business relationships with local companies and organizations through regular meetings and community involvement. Possess a team spirit attitude that encompasses all Nexstar divisions, outside rep firms, vendors, and associated organizations. Resolve customer complaints regarding sales and service in a professional manner. Plan and direct staffing, training, and performance evaluations to develop and perfect sales team operation.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Advertising or Mass Communications, or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and work-related experience. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Minimum 5 years of experience in media sales. Valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record. Full knowledge and understanding of FCC rules and regulations pertaining to sales procedures including political advertising requirements. Ability to work under strict deadlines with impeccable attention to detail. Experience guiding, directing, and motivating subordinates, including setting performance standards and monitoring performance. Experience establishing long-range objectives and specifying the strategies and actions to achieve them. Ability to identify the developmental needs of others and to coach, mentor or otherwise help others to improve their knowledge or skills. Proficiency with WideOrbit, ComScore, Matrix, or similar CRM as well as Excel, Word and other various business and broadcast software programs.
 

Apply online at: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/nexstar
Apply Online URL:
https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/nexstar/job/AL-Huntsville200-Holmes-Avenue-WHNT/Director-of-Sales_REQ-17043
Job Req #: 17043

Contact: Regina Tom, rtom@nexstar.tv

SPECTRUM
Production Account Manager


Description: Serves as key project manager to ensure that all activities related to the internal marketing team are carried out effectively and efficiently. Oversees and orchestrates all steps of the coordination of production for on-air, digital and print projects for the Marketing Group. Has overall responsibility for making sure that all campaigns are followed through from beginning to end. Works closely with Marketing Management and other leadership team members to help establish and ensure a smooth, efficient experience for each production effort related to creation of Spectrum Reach Marketing campaigns. Oversees the day to day coordination of hundreds of creative pieces per year. Ensures a smooth and efficient process flow of production activities. Works very closely with the art directors, designers and writers on all projects. Develops and ensures continuity in the production process to ensure that all aspects of the production creations are efficient and effective. Consistently looks to streamline and improve processes and may suggest best practices. Develop and maintain relationships with internal clients

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience. Experience overseeing multiple projects simultaneously (2+ yrs) Coordination related to Production, preferably in the space of advertising is preferred.  Works on problems with moderate scope. Analyzes situations that require a review of variety of factors. Exercises judgment within defined procedures and practices to determine appropriate actions. Works with a moderate level of guidance and direction. Receives general instructions on routine work and detailed instructions on new assignments. Intermediate level proficiency in appropriate software applications or technology. Intermediate knowledge of related field. Knowledge of Microsoft Suite and have basic knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite

To Apply: https://jobs.spectrum.com/job/birmingham/production-account-manager-media/4673/25722998416

WVTM TV
Master Control Operator


Opportunity: WVTM TV has an opening for a Master Control Operator who is a self-motivated, detail oriented, organized multi-tasking team player. This person is responsible for the equipment that provides the content of our broadcast on-air program streams. Candidate will be responsible for monitoring multiple air channels, acquiring, ingesting and preparing content, executing playlists, maintaining regulatory compliance, assuring quality control of on air product, and documenting transmission events. This position involves ingesting commercials and programs, timing them and making sure they all play on air properly.

Description: Coordinate live and taped programming for broadcast. Maintaining on air operation to include running commercials, network and local programming. Monitors multiple channels to ensure regulatory compliance and quality signals. Operate Harris Automation equipment. Follow FCC monitoring and EAS procedures. Observing transmitters and taking readings. Maintains program and transmitter logs. Executes, edits, updates, and appends playlists. Acquires content from various distributors. Reports equipment issues and transmission discrepancies.  In-person attendance is required


Qualifications: Technical school or completion of college level technical courses a plus. Must have computer and software experience.  Prior exposure to television station operations and newscast production a plus. Computer literacy is mandatory. Attention to details is imperative. Applicant must be able to multi-task. Must be a team player with strong interpersonal skills. Operational knowledge and experience with master control activities and functions. Knowledge of VizRT graphics a plus. Ability to learn specialized software applications. Aptitude for operating electronic equipment for broadcast and production requirements.

Contact: Andie Baum, andie.baum@hearst.com

STATE FARM
Service & Marketing


Opportunity: Servicing and Marketing to 8000 existing State Farm Customers, who have AUTO, HOME AND LIFE INSURANCE with us. Hours 815 to 5 M-F. We also have a Agent Aspirant program the employee could enter to become a STATE FARM AGENT after an 18 month period. Prospect must be bright, driven and have a high work ethic. Degree not required but a positive. Pay and Benefits. This is a Career not a job.

Contact: Bob Butterworth, bob.butterworth.g0j5@statefarm.com, 205 296 6100
 

WVTM TV
Account Executive


Opportunity: Do you want to join a premier multimedia company? When you start a career with Hearst Television, not only will you work amongst passionate professionals who take pride in what they do, but you will be a part of a progressive culture where your talents will be valued. WVTM-TV, the Hearst Television Al affiliate in Birmingham, is looking for a Multimedia Sales Account Executive.

Description: The Account Executive will be responsible for new business development on all platforms ??? TV, digital, and multicast. The ideal candidate is a self-starter, thrives in a goal-oriented team environment, has a positive attitude, and a desire to WIN! Are you ready to start a new career and make a great living? If the answer is yes, we want to hear from you! As an Account Executive, you will be expected to work both at the station as well as outside of the station making sales calls and/or visiting with clients or potential clients. In this hybrid position, you will meet with clients in-person and have capabilities for zoom/video conference meetings as needed.
 

Job Responsibilities: Generate revenue and develop strategic business across all available platforms. Ensure all revenue goals are achieved. Collaborate with other departments within the TV station to ensure client satisfaction


Qualifications: Needs to be a team player, adaptable, results-oriented, and have a desire to learn. Ability to use interpersonal communication skills to develop rapport with clients, anticipate needs, and negotiate. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications; We will train on our proprietary software. Prior sales experience and/or customer service experience preferred.

Contact: Andie Baum, andie.baum@hearst.com

 

WVTM TV
IT Support Specialist


Opportunity: WVTM TV is looking for an IT Specialist to join our station. This position is responsible for overseeing the IT operations at our station and website. The IT Specialist will perform day-to-day maintenance and carry out upkeep of computers and network infrastructure and printers and provide user support.

Description: Oversee station IT operations under the direction of the Assistant Chief Engineer and Director of Engineering. Maintain LAN/IT infrastructure, installation and support of network hardware & software. Consult with end users and install desktop, laptop and workstation computers based on company direction. Provide technical guidance and support to end users. Ability to work as a part of a large collaborative group. Consult with end users to determine and troubleshoot hardware, software and system problems. Advise on and perform upgrades, after consultation, tailored to the end user's specific needs. Analyze and implement corporate data back-up, disaster recovery and security procedures. Control and coordinate hardware and software inventory. Design and integrate complex systems. Occasional travel to two news bureau locations. In-person attendance is required.

Qualifications: BS or BA in Computer Science, Information Science or Information Technology or an equivalent combination of training and real world work experience. Microsoft, Cisco, VMWare, or other certifications are preferred. Some IT work experience and the desire to succeed. Two years in LAN & WAN systems administration. Experience in the television broadcast setting is preferred. Current knowledge of Microsoft Windows desktop and server operating systems. Network and stand-alone printers and digital copiers. Mobile device support & connectivity. Enterprise and web-based applications. VPN, Cisco equipment, TCP/IP and subnets, NAS, LAN Management. Possess the positive attitude of a collaborative team player. Ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced environment with constant deadlines. Demonstrate professional interpersonal and communication skills.


To Apply: Please visit careers.htv.hearst.com

Contact: Kelsey Lawrence, klawrence@hearst.com

THRIVE COUNSELING
Counselor/Therapist


Opportunity: Counselor/Therapist LPC/LMFT/LICSW - Montgomery - $65K + Benefits. Thrive Counseling is continuing to expand and we are looking to hire a counselor for our Montgomery Office. We are looking for a Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT) or Social Worker (LICSW) who is looking to start developing a semi-private practice with the goal of building to full time. You will be seeing local clients as well as clients via Telehealth from other areas in the state. This is a great opportunity for someone who has been doing agency work or recently achieved licensure to start the transition into private practice. Now is a great time to make the move to private practice; we have a high volume of new clients and our counselors are generally starting with full caseloads. Must be insurance eligible (LPC, LMFT, or LICSW).

Thrive Counseling & Psychiatry is one of the largest practices in the state with offices in Birmingham, Avondale, Hoover, Trussville, Gulf Shores, and Montgomery. We have an aggressive pay structure and our counselors average $65,000 a year with the potential to make more. We provide office space, liability insurance, insurance billing, payroll (W2 income), health insurance, IRA, and much more. Your income will be based on the clients you see but you can expect to have a full caseload almost as soon as you start.

To Apply: Send resume to jharrolle@thrivetrauma.com

 

WZDX TV
Multiskilled Journalist


Opportunity: WZDX FOX54, a TEGNA-owned station in the "Rocket City" also known as Huntsville, Alabama, is seeking a talented Multi-skilled Journalist with a passion to win and be the best. We want a smart, curious, creative storyteller who knows how to craft unique and memorable stories. The perfect candidate knows how to write for all platforms through memorable writing, photography and editing. We also want a journalist who thrives live and is conversational and engaging.

Description: Develop story ideas, write, shoot and edit news stories for on-air broadcasting and all digital platforms. Write in an exciting, captivating and authentic manner. Use the latest editing and photography tools to tell great stories. Develop original content through social listening and independent sources. Deliver on-air news events in an engaging, exciting, and accurate manner. Interview news subjects and research for facts and credibility. Develop news sources for general assignment and special areas of interest. Produce news stories that are unique and captivating. Operate news gathering vehicle to and from various locations. Write and post daily on all digital platforms including social media. Enterprise news stories. Write for the web, including attaching images and streaming video. Use creative production techniques such as graphics and new forms of media (viewer pictures, webcam interviews, etc.) to enhance stories. Transmit and present exciting live reports with current technology. URL: http://www.rocketcitynow.com


Qualifications: BA/BS in journalism, communications or related field. 1 Year relevant experience. Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills. Outstanding interpersonal, organizational, and time-management. Knowledge of ENPS and Adobe Premiere a plus. Organizational skills and the ability to work under constant time pressure deadlines. Ability to calmly handle live, breaking news situations and changing events.  Travel: Occasionally: 10-25%.  Work Environment Set: Office: normally performed in a typical interior/office environment

To Apply: http://www.jobs.net/j/JVqqFSfj?jobdetails=true
or http://www.jobs.net/j/JVqqFSfj

Contact: Charles Knowles, cknowles@tegna.com


CHARLES HENDERSON CHILD HEALTH CENTER
Healthy Steps and ACEs Coordinator


Description: This position includes coordination of the Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) strategies and the Healthy Steps program; support and leadership for trauma initiatives; and other program coordination to improve child and family outcomes. This position involves close work with families in the primary care setting to promote attachment and safe stable nurturing relationships through therapeutic and support interventions. This position assists in-house clinical teams as well as outside agencies and individuals for the promotion of trauma informed care, and optimal development and well-being of children and families, including families at risk of maltreatment or already involved in the child welfare system.

Qualifications: Social Worker / Counselor/ Mental Health/ Human Services; 3-5 years’ experience in clinical or community resource settings; Care coordination and/or case management experience and professional licensing is desirable, but not required. Infant Early Childhood Mental Health experience also desirable.

Full time position with health insurance, retirement, sick leave, vacation leave, opportunities for education, training, and certifications to increase expertise.  Salary: Competitive salary range based on certification/license, degree, training, and experience.

Contact: Susanne Adams, sgadams@troybabydoc.com, 334-566-7600

MATRIX
Sales Rep


Opportunity: MATRIX is recruiting for multiple Inside Sales Representative openings for our Birmingham client. There is no fee to work with us. The position is onsite and includes a base pay of $45k with uncapped commissions, benefits and PTO.  Looking to start your sales career and want uncapped commissions? If so and you enjoy the comradery of coming onsite to work send us your resume for immediate consideration. We are staffing a new office and have several permanent positions in Birmingham for phone sales representatives.

 

Description: Proactively make 50 + outbound calls to further develop sales opportunities. Work closely with decision makers to expand volume business by identifying, quoting, & converting sales on products not currently being purchased. Work with customer service representatives on order entry, tracking, and other technical needs. Diligently updates CRM, to stay current on account follow-ups and active quoting opportunities. Presents Ecommerce capabilities to all assigned accounts and trains customers on these tools as assistance is needed making it easy to do business.

Qualifications: Strong sales experience in making proactive outbound calls with the capability of understanding customer pain points, product requirements, and identifying potential add on sales opportunities. Reliable, organized, detailed, focused, along with demonstrated ability to effectively collaborate with field sales teams. Strong and professional communication skills; written, verbal, and presentation. Proven business development success through effective use of core sales tools such as CRM, LinkedIn, and Microsoft Office (especially Outlook and Excel). Ability to multi-task with requests and efficiently manage time while achieving sales growth goals from assigned accounts. Proactive and possesses a strong sense of urgency for reaching sales goals. Has Drive, Grit, and a Team Oriented “Play to Win” attitude. Positive attitude and demonstrated ability to deal with rejection. Ability to develop rapport, influence others and maintain strong working relationships.

The company offers an excellent benefits package which includes options for healthcare coverage, 401(k) plan, tuition reimbursement, vacation, sick, and holiday pay. Dress code is business casual with jeans allowed and parking is free.
 

To apply: https://www.matrixres.com/en-US/job/inside-sales-account-manager-2/apply
 

Contact: Holley Kahn, Holley.Kahn@MATRIXRes.com Or: Jessica Eisenberg, Jessica.Eisenberg@matrixres.com, 205.314.5202, www.matrixres.com
 

OASIS COUNSELING FOR WOMEN & CHILDREN
Triage Counselor


Opportunity: Oasis Counseling for Women and Children in Birmingham, AL, is seeking a Triage Counselor to lead and assist in all aspects of the agency’s registration and triage process with prospective clients. Case management and referral responsibility will also be a core function of this role. This is a full-time position with benefits. 

Qualifications: The preferred candidate is licensed (or eligible to be licensed) as a Bachelors Level Social Worker and has training and experience in human services or customer service in mental health settings, case management, and/or mental health triage. Prior basic knowledge or experience with insurance verification is also preferred. The ideal candidate is an independent worker, fast learner, flexible, organized, and shows strong clinical judgment in a very quick-paced environment.

To Apply: Please submit your cover letter and resume via email (no phone calls, please).

Contact: Shenitha Hinton, MS, LPC, Intake Coordinator, shinton@oasiscounseling.org

 


MARCH 2022

 

McWANE SCIENCE CENTER
Aquarist


Opportunity: McWane Science Center counts on the Aquarist I to provide daily care to all live plant and animal displays using approved husbandry practices and maintaining the daily upkeep of exhibits, life support systems, and maintaining water quality for the World of Water exhibition. Persons in this position exercise discretion/independent judgment for daily operations.


Description: Preparation of diets and feeding of animals. Routine maintenance of equipment on life support systems; including maintaining water quality by monitoring and controlling chemical composition of water and performing water changes as needed.  Maintain records of animal behavior, medications, water quality and related data, including inventory and quarantine systems. Assist with construction (i.e. plumbing, carpentry, and electrical) of new and existing aquarium exhibits including holding and quarantine facilities. Assist in diagnosis and treatment of animals to ensure the health of all living systems. Assist with training of interns and volunteers as assigned.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Biology or related field or relevant experience. Enthusiasm for working with living collections. Teamwork and cooperation skills. Available to work weekends, evenings, and holidays. SCUBA certified or willingness to train and complete certification within 6 months of hire. Plumbing, minor carpentry, and electrical skills needed. Public speaking skills and willingness to speak to small groups as needed or assigned. Working knowledge of PC computers.

Benefits: health, dental, vision and life insurance; 403(b) retirement savings plan including company match; paid time off; free membership and movie screenings; discounts in our gift shop, IMAX Theater and camps; and on-site parking.

 

To Apply: Please forward cover letter, resume and salary requirement to McWane Science Center Human Resources at HR@mcwane.org. EOE.

Contact: Melissa Renda, Human Resources Administrator, (205) 714-8412, mrenda@mcwane.org

JBS MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
Career Fair


JBS Mental Health Authority (Jefferson, Blount, and St. Clair Counties) is sponsoring a Career Fair on April 7, from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM at 956 Montclair Road, Birmingham, AL 35213.

Now Hiring for Mental Health Technicians. Fulltime and part time positions are available.

Contact: Ipella V. King, Human Resources Manager, JBS Mental Health Authority, (205) 443-2203 phone, iking@jbsmha.com
 

ALABAMA SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS
School Counselor


Job Goal: To help maximize student success and to promote access and equity for all students. To serve as a vital member of the Student Support Services team and to seek to create a school culture of college, career, and life readiness for all.
 

Description: Provides proactive and engaging programs which include leadership, advocacy, and collaboration with school staff, administration, and community/family members in the delivery of programs and activities to help students achieve success. Implements strategies and activities to support and maximize each students’ ability to learn. Helps students manage emotions and learn to apply interpersonal skills. Reviews achievement, attendance, and discipline data to guide the selection of specific mindsets and behaviors appropriate for individuals, groups, and grade levels. Perform a variety of administrative tasks necessary in the development and implementation of 504 plans and is responsible for monitoring compliance with state and federal laws prohibiting disability discrimination. Expertise in writing 504 plans is preferred. Develops, implements, and evaluates an annual local school counseling and guidance plan in accordance with standards set forth by the Alabama School of Fine Arts. Implements a school counseling and guidance program curriculum. Provides individual/group counseling and guidance. Consults and collaborates with parents/guardians, teachers, and staff about understanding and meeting the special needs of students and makes appropriate
referrals. Participates in activities which contribute to the effective operation of the school. Provides orientation for new students, parents/guardians, and faculty. Provides appropriate appraisal services to assist teachers, parents/guardians, and students. Administers standardized tests. Assists with placement and follow-up services for students. Provides information and resource services for students, parents/guardians, and faculty. Assist with the implementation of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) programs to help students build self-esteem and develop decision-making, problem-solving, and positive human relationship skills. Plans with teachers, directors, parents/guardians, and students steps for modifying students behavior. Utilizes community resources in addressing the needs of the students. Develops personal professional growth plan and demonstrates professional ethics and leadership. Exhibits positive human relationship skills. Demonstrates proficiency in written and oral communications. Complies with local, state, and federal policies, regulations, and laws affecting area of responsibility as well as the American School Counselor Association Code of Ethics. Plans and attends parent/teacher conferences.
 

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in School Counseling from an accredited college or university. School counseling experience preferred with a minimum of 2 years in a middle or high school setting.

To Apply: School must receive letter of interest, detailed resume, and a list of three references by March 31, 2022.Please send all materials to:
Ms. Jamie Plott at  jplott@asfa.k12.al.us

 

BRADFORD HEALTH SERVICES
Counselor


Opportunity: Bradford Health Services is an industry leader in providing hope and healing to people with substance use disorders and associated co-occurring disorders. We currently have immediate openings for licensed counselors, social workers, marriage & family therapists in our Alabama and Tennessee locations. Take a step forward in your career with Bradford Health Services.

Check out careers on our website: www.bradfordhealth.com.  If you have any questions about our current opportunities, email us at recruiting@bradfordhealth.net.

Contact: Stephanie Lorde, Talent Acquisition Manager, Corporate Office, M: 910-975-1491 | O: 205-244-8159 | slorde@bradfordhealth.net
 

TRI-GREEN | JOHN DEERE
Service Technician


Location: Pelham, AL
Type of Employment: Full Time or Part Time

Service Technician Primary Objective: Performs diagnostics, service repairs and maintenance work on customer and/or dealer-owned agricultural equipment/outdoor power equipment.
 

Description: Represents TriGreen Equipment in a professional, honest manner (to include dress and personal appearance according to corporate policy). Performs basic agriculture equipment/outdoor power equipment or commercial worksite equipment diagnostics and determines what repairs are needed if required. Performs basic agricultural equipment/outdoor power equipment/commercial worksite products repairs as requested by the Service Manager/Shop Foreman. Participates in all job-related training and development. Prepares all reports and forms required in conjunction with work assignments. Maintains current product knowledge of John Deere and other products sold or serviced by TriGreen. Maintains safe and proper operation of vehicles, inventory, tools, and equipment.

Qualifications: Proven knowledge of methods, materials, tools, and techniques used in the repair of outdoor power equipment/agricultural equipment/commercial worksite equipment. Ability to use standard desktop load applications such as Microsoft Office and internet functions. Excellent knowledge of mechanical, electrical, and hydraulic systems. High School Diploma or GED equivalent preferred. Associates degree from Ag Tech program preferred. Ability to work varying shifts, weekends, and holidays. Familiar with John Deere and other products sold and serviced by TriGreen. Ability to diagnose and repair mechanical problems related to agriculture equipment/outdoor power equipment. Must have analytical, business planning, problem solving, communication, motivational and interpersonal people skills. Physical environment-ability to lift a minimum of 75 pounds; tasks may include lifting, bending, squatting, standing for prolonged periods and sitting.

 

Benefits: TriGreen offers an excellent benefit package which includes Blue Cross & Blue Shield health insurance, Guardian dental, 401K with company match, paid holidays, vacation and more!

To Apply: https://www.trigreenequipment.com/about-us/careers/


Contact: Sandra Morson, Controller, TriGreen Equipment, LLC, 1776 TriGreen Drive, Athens, AL 35611, sandramorson@trigreen.com, 256-233-0339

 

MORGAN STANLEY
Senior Client Service Associate


EDUCATION LEVEL: Bachelor's Degree
JOB: Wealth Management
EMPLOYMENT TYPE: Full Time
JOB LEVEL: Non-Exempt

Description: The Business Development Associate participates in the team’s overall business development as well as the design and updating of tailored reporting for new and existing clients. This role may accompany senior team members to meet with clients to evaluate current offerings, develop and implement new services, and resolve any open issues. Additionally, the Business Development Associate is responsible for developing strategies for building the business.

Develops and implements strategies to execute the business plan to achieve desired results (i.e., to increase client base, gross production, Portfolio Management assets, etc.). Identifies business opportunities and develops implementation plans. Supports FA practice management through book analysis and determination of appropriate strategies. May regularly accompany senior team members to engage with clients to educate about the Firm’s services and products. Develops potential strategies to further enhance client relationships based on issues documented during client visits. Stays attuned to updates and enhancements to firm products and policies. Engages in strategic planning with other team members on client matters. May update clients with pre-approved newsletters and account information in conjunction with the Financial Advisor and generate monthly target mailings and follow-up mailings to prospects. Interacts regularly with the Complex Business Development Manager.

Qualifications: Minimum of 5 years of post-high school education and/or work experience in a field relevant to the position required. Four –year college degree or professional certification preferred. Active Series 7, 63, and 65 or 66 (as required by individual states). Additional product licenses may be required. Effective written and verbal communication skills. Knowledge of applicable compliance rules and regulations and firm policies.

Contact: Ashley Wilks, Vice President, Business Service Officer, Alabama Complex, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, (205) 969-7065 direct, 3500 Colonnade Suite 200, Birmingham, AL 35243, Ashley.wilks@morganstanley.com


TRI-GREEN | JOHN DEERE
Service Advisor


Location: Pelham, AL
Type of Employment: Full Time

Primary Objective: Maintains accurate and timely reports and records relative to the service department’s operations. Ensure that all charges related to work orders are posted properly. Ensure all work orders are closed in a timely manner. Process warranty and product improvement claims.

Description: Promotes TriGreen Equipment in a professional manner through personal appearance and dress according to the company policy. Open work orders as directed by the service manager/shop foreman and maintain oversight until closed and invoiced. Handle all warranty claims including computation of charges, submissions, and follow-up. Maintain the service library with information that is current. File bulletins, manuals, video tapes, etc. under the supervision of the service manager. Handle all service department filings and records. Update customer profiles using equipment hours or other information from the customer work orders. Maintain service accessory and supplies inventory and prepare replacement orders for the service manger’s approval. Collect monies from customers before equipment is released.

Qualifications: Thorough knowledge of service department accounting. High School Diploma or GED equivalent. Knowledge of office procedures. Ability to work varying shifts, weekends, and holidays. Ability to work in a team environment. General understanding of mechanical/technical terms. Physical environment-ability to lift a minimum of 75 pounds; tasks may include lifting, bending, squatting, standing for prolonged periods and sitting.

Benefits: TriGreen offers an excellent benefit package which includes Blue Cross & Blue Shield health insurance, Guardian dental, 401K with company match, paid holidays, vacation and more!

To Apply: https://www.trigreenequipment.com/about-us/careers/


Contact: Sandra Morson, Controller, TriGreen Equipment, LLC, 1776 TriGreen Drive, Athens, AL 35611, sandramorson@trigreen.com, 256-233-0339
 

GREEN CLEAN BIRMINGHAM

Green Cleaner

Opportunity: Seeking motivated, hardworking, reliable, HAPPY smiling faces who LOVE to clean!
 

Description: Our Green Cleaners on a MISSION: To Give Families a Clean House to Come Home To!
 

Qualifications: Must have reliable transportation, be able to lift at least 30lbs if needed. Be able to work several hours at a time on their feet/hands and knees cleaning
 

About: Our President Ellen Cuneo, Co-Founded our company in August 2002. As Mrs Cuneo explains “We weren’t always Green Clean. As a matter of fact, when we first started the company, you could find me on the cleaning aisle at WalMart at least once a week getting high on the new product scents and formulas. It wasn’t until our youngest daughter was born, in 2006, that we made the decision in our own home to change what we were cleaning with to formulas that would not cause harm to our children and pets. My husband suggested that if we were going to do this in our home, we needed to practice the same principles in our business. So, in early 2007, Green Clean was born.
 

Availability: We have Annual and Seasonal Assignments available, This is the perfect opportunity for anyone looking for flexible hours and competitive pay.

Contact: Lydia Ferrill, lydia.greencleanbirmingham@gmail.com
 

OASIS COUNSELING
Outpatient Therapist

 

Opportunity: Oasis Counseling Services is accepting resumes to fill full-time outpatient therapist, in-person positions in the Madison AL area. Candidates must be an Alabama State LPC or LICSW-PIP. Candidates who are currently paneled with insurance are preferred but will help with credentialing for the right person.

Qualifications: A master's degree in counseling, psychology or social work.  Fully licensed in the State of Alabama with corresponding certifications in good standing.  Proof of, and maintain current liability insurance.  Desire to work independently in a private practice setting. Ability to effectively communicate with office administration, manage caseload, develop and implement treatment plans, maintain progress notes and submit all documentation in a timely manner

Benefits: Flexible hours / Make your own schedule. Unfurnished or Furnished office space. Administrative support for scheduling and other administrative tasks.  Fast growing company with lots of referrals. Marketing on website and social media. Competitive reimbursement directly proportional to the candidate’s experience, certifications and services provided. Conveniently located in Madison AL area.

To Apply: Oasis Counseling Services is seeking to fill one or two contracted positions with experience in behavioral/mental health and are interested in working in private practice setting. Candidates may send their Resume/CV to: robinmalone@oasiscounselingservice.com

Contact: Robin Malone, MA, LPC, NCC, Hypnotherapist, Oasis Counseling Services, LLC, 256-694-0788, www.oasiscounselingservicesllc.com

ABC 33/40
Commercial Production Editor


Opportunity: ABC 33/40 has an immediate opening for a Commercial Production Editor. This position will be shooting and editing for TV/digital advertising commercials, creating video packages and segments for local lifestyle show and social media videos with the possibility of working on larger projects. Every day is an adventure with new challenges and ability to unleash your creativity.

Description: Offloading and organizing footage from every video shoot.  Shooting and editing commercial advertising. Commercial script writing. Working with marketing consultants on commercial concept to finished production including shooting, editing and final product. Shooting, editing, and assisting in the concept of lifestyle segments for live show and social media. Camera operation for live local lifestyle show. Bringing a personal visual style/tone to every edit. Occasionally working on larger projects, traveling, shooting with influencers/community for revenue driven lifestyle segments.


Qualifications: At least 1 - 3 years of relevant work experience. Excellent phone etiquette and excellent verbal, written, interpersonal skills and ability to work with lifestyle show guests and clients. Degree in a related field preferred. Ability to multi-task, organize, and prioritize work. Strong working knowledge of Adobe Premiere (Commercial Edit Suite). Ability to be proactive, multitask, and prioritize projects within assigned parameters and complete by assigned deadline. A visual tone/style (we need to see a reel or work samples). Desire to grow as a content creator / media professional.

About: Make your mark in Media with Sinclair Broadcast Group, a diversified media company dedicated to connecting people with content everywhere! We have consistently led the broadcast industry since our inception, and now Sinclair owns the largest regional sports network business and one of the largest television broadcast portfolios in the country. In addition, we have affiliations with all of the major broadcast networks, own Tennis Channel, and several multicast networks including TBD and Comet. Our content is distributed over-the-air, on multi-video providers, and through our industry-leading digital media platforms. We also recently launched a free TV streaming service called STIRR. Our success is the direct result of our extraordinary employees and management team who believe in our vision and are dedicated to ensuring a great future for our employees. We are advancing the world of Media and want YOU to join our winning team!

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/6935

BOYLE & ASSOCIATES PROFESSIONAL & FORENSIC COUNSELING
Behavioral/Mental Health Therapist


Opportunity: Boyle & Associates Professional & Forensic Counseling Services is now accepting resumes to fill full-time and part-time outpatient therapist, virtual and/or in-person positions in the Birmingham/Metro area. Our physical office is located in Hoover off the Valleydale exit on I-65. Candidates must be an Alabama State LPC or LICSW-PIP. Candidates who are currently paneled with insurance will be given preference.

Qualifications: A master's degree in counseling, psychology or social work. Fully licensed in the State of Alabama with corresponding certifications in good standing. Proof of, and maintain current liability insurance. Up to date CAQH profile. Desire to work with children, adolescents, adults, couples and/or families (specialties will be given consideration). Ability to effectively communicate with office administration, manage caseload, develop and implement treatment plans, maintain progress notes and submit all documentation in a timely manner.

Benefits: Flexible hours / Make your own schedule. Furnished office space. Access to a fully supplied art/play/sensory therapy multi purpose room. Administrative support for billing and scheduling. Access to EMR program. Encrypted email address and personal phone extension. Marketing on website and social media Competitive reimbursement directly proportional to the candidate’s experience, certifications and services provided. Conveniently located on Valleydale Road just off of I-65.

 

To Apply: Boyle & Associates is seeking to fill three contracted positions with experienced behavioral/mental health therapists interested in working with adolescents, adults, couples and/or families, as well as a certified play therapist.  Candidates can submit their resume/CV to admin@boylemh.com


Peter P. Boyle, MA, LPC, CCFC, NCC, Professional and Forensic CounselorBoyle & Associates, LLC, 205-775-7713 | pboyle@boylemh.com, www.boylemh.com, 1500 Southlake Park. Suite 150 Hoover, AL 35244

ABC 33/40
Weekend News Anchor/Reporter


Opportunity: ABC 33/40 has an opportunity for a full time Weekend News Anchor / Reporter. In this role, you will be required to produce daily content on a variety of platforms including the internet and social networks, along with performing other duties as assigned by the news managers. The ability to work under deadline and on a flexible schedule that will include evenings and/or weekends is required.

Qualifications: ABC 33/40 has an exciting opportunity for a full-time Weekend News Anchor / Reporter. In this role, you will be required to produce daily content on a variety of platforms including the internet and social networks, along with performing other duties as assigned by the news managers. We are looking for someone with a clear understanding of how to dig for a story, research it, write it with an edge, and use strong storytelling and TV production to make it impactful and memorable. It is important to have strong writing skills and to have knowledge of current events. Dynamic live television and storytelling skills are a must.

Skills and Experience: Previous anchoring experience is required. Must have at least 3 years of on-air experience at a commercial television station. Live shot experience is required. Previous experience working in a team environment is a must. While applying online, please include a link to your online demo reel. A self-starter and who can generate his or her own story ideas on a daily basis. Ability to demonstrate enterprise reporting and creativity in storytelling. Exemplary communication skills, both written and verbal. Ability to maintain an active social media presence to build your brand and solicit original story ideas.

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/6857

SHELBY COUNTY TREATMENT CENTER
Therapist


We have an opening for a Therapist Position at Shelby County Treatment Center, at our Alabaster office and also a position at Chilton County Treatment Center in our Clanton office. LPC, ALC and Masters Level professionals are encouraged to apply.

 

For more details please contact Donna Joiner, at donnajoiner53@gmail.com. Or contact by phone: 205-755-4300.   Shelby County Treatment Center, 750 Highway 31 South, Alabaster, Alabama 35007

 


FEBRUARY 2022


NEXSTAR/WHNT TV
Creative Services Producer


Opportunity: Creative Rockstar Wanted!  We’re looking for someone who loves what life looks like through a lens, Adobe AfterFX makes their heart go pitter-pat, and gets a kick over the rhythm of keystrokes while copywriting. Apply now because we’re the place for you. WHNT and WHDF, a Nexstar CBS/CW duopoly located in dynamic Huntsville, Alabama seeks a Creative Services Producer. If you’re looking for a place that will embrace your creative beast read on. We are market #76 and serve 11 counties. Here, you get to work and play in beautiful downtown Huntsville, a city growing with entertainment and art venues. Our area boasts more than 100 miles of free public walking, biking, and hiking trails. Huntsville is one of best places in the nation for job growth and to live. Huntsville is a one-of-a-kind city that prides itself on its past and looks ahead to its future. Experience the beauty of Huntsville’s outdoor areas, the thrill of local sports teams, the bustle of Rocket City nightlife, our rich history and a wide array of exciting art and entertainment options.

Description: Write, shoot and edit commercials, promos, and digital ads that meet or exceed client/station objectives and expectations. Stay up to date on industry trends and implement them into work product. Produce digital ads using current best practices. Manage time while juggling multiple-projects . Collaborate with a variety of clients, account executives and team members throughout production process. Bring creative ideas to brainstorming sessions and readily pitch them to clients. Maintain equipment and data files.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred; equivalent experience required. A minimum of 1-year relevant professional experience.  Must possess excellent communication skills including creative writing, grammar, spelling, and verbal.  Understand and successfully execute basic principles for copy-writing, lighting, nonlinear editing, and design.  Proficient with Adobe Premiere and Photoshop. Fluent in DSLR technology and cinematography. Display understanding and skills with Adobe AfterFX.  Must maintain a valid driver’s license and good driving record.  Understand and use social media.

To Apply: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/nexstar
Apply Online URL: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/nexstar/job/AL-Huntsville200-Holmes-Avenue-WHNT/Creative-Services-Producer_REQ-14342https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/nexstar/job/AL-Huntsville200-Holmes-Avenue-WHNT/Creative-Services-Producer_REQ-15101


Job Req #:15101
 

Contact: Regina Tom, rtom@nexstar.tv

ATLAS RFID STORE

Staff Accountant

About: atlasRFIDstore operates as a B2B ecommerce retailer and distributor in the fast-growing RFID industry and serves over half the companies on the Fortune 100. atlasRFIDstore is comprised of a small, yet multi-faceted and cross-departmental team that works closely on a daily basis – a perfect opportunity for entrepreneurial spirits to experience the daily operation of a fast-growing company.
 

Description: The Staff Accountant will perform Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable activities as well as supporting the overall accounting and finance function in recording transactions and reporting results within established deadlines with a high degree of accuracy. Support activities may include audit assistance, journal entries, tax compliance, invoicing, account reconciliation. The Staff Accountant also works closely with the sales, marketing, operations, and support teams for the achievement of customer satisfaction, revenue generation, and long-term goals in line with company vision and values.

Duties & Responsibilities: Prepare & post invoices including determining period, payment terms, and general ledger coding, and then send to customers. Resolve invoice discrepancies with clients politely and professionally. Review requests for customer refunds and process transactions. Monitor, report on, and pursue collection of aged receivables. Record daily cash collections to the A/R system and make bank deposits. Research and resolve discrepancies in cash collected and open invoices. Maintain accounts payable and other corporate files. Prepare or gather appropriate documentation for payment requests. Ensure timely receipt of expected invoices. Reconcile vendor statements; ensure payments are made within terms and capture all available discounts. Review employee expense reimbursement requests for accuracy, documentation, and approvals. Prepare and enter general ledger journal entries. Assist with monthly closing and reconciliation procedures. Research and resolve issues with customers, partners, and teammates in a timely fashion. Adheres to all company policies, procedures, and business ethics codes.


Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance with 0-2 years of experience. Associate’s degree in Accounting with 2 or more years of relevant work experience in an Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, or Bookkeeping role will also be considered. Strong references attesting to candidate’s integrity and reliability. 1-2 years’ experience with Microsoft Excel, Word, and Outlook (classroom experience included).  Written Communication (grammar, spelling). Verbal Communication (polite, professional). Organization (work habits, task management). Independent Problem Solving. Ability to work in fast-paced environment.

 

Notes: Job Type: Full-time. Benefits: 401(k), 401(k) matching, Dental insurance, Health insurance, Life insurance, Vision insurance, , Paid time off.

 

http://www.atlasrfidstore.com/about-us/
https://www.atlasrfidstore.com/careers/

To Apply: https://www.indeed.com/job/staff-accountant-ef6026d4c9293dc8

Contact: Shain Armstrong, Phone: (205) 383-2244, Email: sarmstrong@atlasRFIDstore.com
 

ALABAMA PUBLIC TELEVISION
Production Administrative Assistant


Opportunity: Alabama Public Television (APT) is seeking a full-time Production Administrative Assistant for the Birmingham Production Department. The individual hired in this position will play an important role in organizing, managing, and keeping the Production Department running smoothly.
 

Description: Perform general clerical duties for the Production department, including filing contracts, releases, and documents. Establish and maintain physical and electronic filing systems.  Assist with digital data migration, reports, memos, and communications.  Take notes and generate action items in departmental meetings.  Handle calendar coordination among Production staff.  Process and distribute departmental mail and shipping.  Liaise with department’s accounting business partner.  Manage departmental purchasing, including acquisition of quotes, generating purchase requests, etc.  Maintain office supplies and property inventory.  Track and maintain renewal dates for contracts, licenses, and subscriptions.  Assist with budget tracking.  Make travel arrangements for staff, including airline reservations and lodging.  Prepare paperwork for reimbursement of in-state and out-of-state travel expenses.

Qualifications: A high school diploma or GED.  Minimum of 6 months clerical work experience.  Strong Microsoft Office skills.  Excellent oral and written communication skills.

 

Salary Range: ($21,619.20 -$39,100.80 Annually)

To Apply: Mail cover letter, resume and contact information for 3 professional references to: Human Resources Department, Alabama Public Television, 2112 11th Avenue South, Suite 400, Birmingham, AL 35205, or email to jgoosby@aptv.org by 3/22/2022.   NO PHONE CALLS/FAXES.

Contact:
Jackie Goosby, HR Assistant, Alabama Public Television, (205) 254-1685, jgoosby@aptv.org

 

ATLAS RFID STORE
Job Title: Project Coordinator


About: atlasRFIDstore operates as a B2B ecommerce retailer and distributor in the fast-growing RFID industry and serves over half the companies on the Fortune 100. Atlas’ Solutions team works directly with end users to leverage RFID and other IOT technologies to create integrated solutions based upon their individual needs. The Solutions unit serves clients as business consultants, hardware engineers, and software developers, and works with them to build unique solutions to resolve their business challenges.

Description: The Atlas RFID Solutions Project Coordinator will work alongside the Atlas RFID Solutions Project Manager to assist with project-related activities and implementations. This role will require significant travel, sometimes with limited notice. The project coordinator will be responsible for managing support activities for existing accounts and new prospects. Support responsibilities require that the Project Coordinator be fluent with the systems that Atlas deploys in order to identify any issues and work towards resolving the problem. Supporting the Atlas systems also requires that the Project Coordinator be trained on troubleshooting defects with the hardware products and working with project stakeholders to ensure products are repaired or replaced in a timely manner.  This role requires an individual that is self-motivated and eager to learn new things. The candidate must be capable of understanding complex business operations and how different technologies can potentially solve customer challenges. Confidence and the ability to be persuasive, but respectful, are critical tools to possess in this role. A person not fitting these requirements will not be successful in this position.

Duties & Responsibilities: Conduct project calls with clients and manage communication and action items. Leverage project management tools to plan and manage project goals and schedules.  Manage support issues and progress the tickets through resolution.  Facilitate project Kick-off meetings with relevant project stakeholders. Work closely with the Atlas RFID Solutions Project Manager to procure all required project items.  Coordinate with internal resources to execute project deliverables.  Conduct in-house testing and configuration of required project hardware.  Ensure delivery of solution materials to customer locations.  Frequent domestic travel for project deployments and onsite surveys is required (average 7 days per month).  Assist with solution implementation and installation onsite at customer facilities.  Utilize internal and external resources to facilitate project support.  Qualify new sales opportunities by understanding the lead’s budget, decision makers and key influencers, specific business need, timing, and fit.  Utilize effective prospecting, networking, research, and opportunity development to build relationships that contribute to closing deals.  Schedule meetings with project stakeholders and internal resources.  Respond to and work Atlas-generated leads (i.e., web leads, inbound calls, partner leads, etc.) using the Solutions’ team established methods.  Develop and maintain a highly professional online presence using our website and other tools (e.g., LinkedIn, association affiliations, and other RFID-related sites).  Conduct high-volume outbound email and phone call campaigns to prospective clients.  Support marketing efforts by assisting in online, direct mail, other marketing campaigns, and attending trade shows.  Maintain up-to-date knowledge of industry, competition, and RFID products.
 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree is required (minimum).  Frequent domestic travel for project deployments and onsite surveys is required (average 7 days per month).  Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal. Ability to work in a fast-paced, customer service-focused environment. Intermediate computer skills required. Strong attention to detail and high level of accuracy.  Excellent organizational skills.  Ability to prioritize activities and problem solve proficiently.  Ability to learn new systems quickly and efficiently.  Ability to safely use hand tools, ladders, power tools, and electrical components.
 

Notes: Job Type: Full-time. Benefits: 401(k), 401(k) matching, Dental insurance, Health insurance, Life insurance, Vision insurance, , Paid time off.

 

http://www.atlasrfidstore.com/about-us/
https://www.atlasrfidstore.com/careers/
https://www.atlasrfidsolutions.com/company/


To Apply: https://www.indeed.com/job/project-coordinator-fc4200066df22282

Contact: Shain Armstrong, Phone: (205) 383-2244, Email: sarmstrong@atlasRFIDstore.com

 

NEXSTAR|WHNT IV
Producer


Description:  Write clearly and accurately; manage and approve content and teases for air; select graphics that explain and showcase stories and reinforce station branding. Develop newscast content by understanding and embracing research, branding and logistics. Collaborate with news team to select stories for coverage. Execute newscasts with minimal errors and meet deadlines; oversee quality control of newscast while in booth. Write and post content for station website and social media platforms. Respond to breaking news with a sense of urgency
 

Qualifications: 1-2 years previous news producing experience preferred. Be open to work a flexible schedule including nights, early mornings, weekends and holidays. Have a Bachelor's degree in journalism, related field, or equivalent experience.  Be a motivated team player who will be a positive newsroom citizen. Demonstrate strong writing skills, with a deep understanding of how context adds or subtracts to a story. Have the ability to quickly recognize and organize stories for an upcoming newscast. Be comfortable with change, and able to alter a newscast before and during broadcast - and do it accurately. Thrive on storytelling and showcasing, with an eye for creative and engaging video and graphics.  If you like wild growth and working with happy, enthusiastic over-achievers, you'll enjoy your career with us!

To Apply: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/nexstar
Apply Online URL:
https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/nexstar/job/AL-Huntsville200-Holmes-Avenue-WHNT/Producer--NE-_REQ-16099
Job Req #:
16099

Contact: Regina Tom, rtom@nexstar.tv

 

ATLAS RFID STORE
Job Title: Account Manager (Sales)


About: atlasRFIDstore operates as a B2B eCommerce retailer and distributor in the fast-growing RFID industry. As such, atlasRFIDstore enjoys the benefits of being a burgeoning small business, while operating as a well-established organization. atlasRFIDstore is comprised of a small, yet multi-faceted and cross-departmental team that works closely on a daily basis - a perfect opportunity for entrepreneurial spirits to grow within a fast-growing company.

Description: As an atlasRFIDstore Account Manager, you will receive dozens of warm, inbound leads daily - i.e. incoming phone calls, chats, emails, and form submissions. You are tasked with providing a consultative sale - understanding the customer's needs and recommending the right products to provide a complete solution - and then working with the operations and support teams for the achievement of customer satisfaction, revenue generation, and long-term account goals in line with company vision and values. As you convert leads to accounts, you'll build your customer base and grow your book of business by expanding your accounts.

Responsible for the sales of RFID equipment and any/all related RFID accessories, including (as needed) RFID software and professional services.  Demonstrates technical selling skills and product knowledge in all areas listed above that allows effective presentation of atlasRFIDstore’s product line. Develops quarterly goals in conjunction with the VP of Sales, which details activities to follow during the fiscal quarter, which will focus the Sales Representative on meeting or exceeding the agreed upon sales goals. Complete understanding of pricing and proposal/quote models. Demonstrates the ability to carry on a business conversation with business owners, decision makers, and key influencers. Maximizes all opportunities in the process of closing a sale resulting in maximizing the most profit possible for any given sale.  Sells consultatively and makes recommendations to prospects and customers about the various products the company offers to meet their business needs. Coordinates with suppliers and manufacturers for status on orders from and ensures the delivery commitment to customers is met. Assists in the implementation of company marketing plans as needed. Responsible for developing and nurturing customer relationships in order to gain repeat business. Maintains accurate records of sales activities including sales calls, presentations, closed sales, and follow-up activities through the use of the CRM system to maintain accurate records. Adheres to all company policies, procedures, and business ethics codes. Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications (including online); maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations (as needed).

 

Qualifications: We are seeking individuals who are tenacious and driven, but also thorough and detail-oriented. We want candidates who have a positive attitude, are problem-solvers, and have a team-first mentality. Previous experience in the RFID industry is not required; you will be thoroughly trained in all aspects of RFID products and concepts.

 

Notes: Job Type: Full-time. Commission pa.  Benefits: 401(k), 401(k) matching, Dental insurance, Health insurance, Life insurance, Vision insurance, , Paid time off.

 

http://www.atlasrfidstore.com/about-us/
https://www.atlasrfidstore.com/careers/

To apply: https://www.indeed.com/job/account-manager-50f150c389275f22

Contact: Shain Armstrong, Phone: (205) 383-2244, Email: sarmstrong@atlasRFIDstore.com

 

MIDDLE ALA AREA AGENCY ON AGING
Medicaid Waiver Case Manager

 

Opportunity: Medicaid Waiver Service Program for the Elderly and Disabled - (E&D) Waiver Program - Location: Alabaster, Central Region (Blount, Chilton, Shelby, St Clair and Walker counties) - Job Status: Full-time - Exempt


About: The purpose of the Elderly and Disabled Waiver Program is to provide home and community-based services to elderly and disabled
individuals in the community who would otherwise require nursing facility care. This waiver is aimed at providing quality and cost effective services to individuals at risk of institutional care. The Alabama Medicaid Agency serves as the administering agency for this
program and the Alabama Department of Senior Services serves as the Operating Agency. Services provided under this waiver are
case management, personal care, homemaker services, respite care (skilled and unskilled), companion services, adult day health, and
home delivered meals.


Description: The Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging is seeking qualified candidates for a Medicaid Waiver Case Manager position. Potential candidates must adhere go ethical behavior and HIPAA compliance; establish and maintain positive working relationships; communicate effectively; and foster teamwork. Applicants must possess time management and organizational skills. Ability to drive an automobile and carry 100/300/100 liability insurance, possess a valid driver’s license and maintain
automobile liability insurance is required.


Case load of up to 40 clients and to oversee the service delivery of the program by positive working relationships clients, caregivers, doctors and Direct Service Providers.  Monthly face visits in clients’ homes (and hospital if client is admitted).  Oversee and document the service delivery of the MWS Elderly and Disable Waiver in real-time through software.  Arrange for services through contractors and serve as a liaison with other social service agencies.  Monitor a case management plan, collect medical data, complete assessments, and chart Smart Goals.
 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology or related field is required. Preferred experience in social work, especially the geriatric population. 1-year home visit experience and/or LBSW – can be obtained through work experience. Knowledge of social work principles and interviewing techniques. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and general office procedures. Ability to communicate clearly and effectively, both verbally and in writing.
 

Benefits: BCBS Insurance; RSA – ERS; others available upon interview
 

To Apply: Email cover letter, resume, three references and salary requirements to Ladams@m4a.org
 

Contact: Lisa Adams, LMSW, Director of Human Resources, Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging, 209 Cloverdale Circle – Alabaster, Alabama 35007, P O Drawer 618 – Saginaw, Alabama 35137, 205-670-5770 ext 112, 1-866-570-2998, ladams@m4a.org
 

NEXSTAR TV
News Photographer


Description: The News Photographer operates television or video cameras to record images or scenes for news reports.  Shoots video for news reports. Confers with other personnel to discuss assignments, logistics and shot requirements.  Sets up, composes and executes video shots.  Maintains video equipment.  Edits video clips for television broadcasts and eMedia content.  Operates live microwave and satellite trucks in remote situations.  Keep/Maintain FAA Drone Certification.
 

Qualifications: Minimum two years’ experience operating video recording equipment (More for larger markets and less for smaller markets). Fluency in English.  Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Proficiency with computers, telephones, copiers, scanners, fax machines and other office equipment.  Proficiency with video recording equipment. Ability to meet deadlines, prioritize assignments and handle multiple tasks simultaneously. Flexibility to work any shift. If you like wild growth and working with happy, enthusiastic over-achievers, you'll enjoy your career with us!
 

Location: Huntsville, Alabama / Job Req #:15794 / URL: https://whnt.com/

Apply online at: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/nexstar
Apply Online URL: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/nexstar/job/AL-Huntsville200-Holmes-Avenue-WHNT/Photographer--NE-_REQ-15794
 

Contact: Regina Tom, Email: rtom@nexstar.tv

 

MIDDLE ALA AREA AGENCY ON AGING
Personal Choices Coordinator


Opportunity: The Personal Choices Coordinator enrolls clients in the Personal Choices Program, counsels and educates clients and develops their support plan and budget; assesses quality of services and the need for continuation of service; maintains detailed service records and prepares reports to the Alabama Department of Senior Services; performs assessments, conducts home visits, monitors clients’ services, and provides case
management to MWS E&D clients. The Personal Choices Coordinator must adhere to ethical behavior and HIPAA; establish and maintain positive working relationships; communicate effectively; and foster teamwork.
 

Description: Manage a case load of up to 90 Personal Choices clients. Coordinate program and resource development. Contact potential clients to discuss program requirements, client responsibilities and, if appropriate, arrange in-home visits. Provide orientation and training relative to the responsibilities and requirements of the Personal Choices program. Assist and guide clients in the development of their personal support plan, which addresses methods to meet their personal assistance and related health care needs. Evaluate and approve personal support plan when all service and safety measures comply and the budget has established a spending plan based on a reasonable costs and allocation of dollars. Forward personal support plan to the Personal Choices Program Manager at the ADSS for approval. After application is approved, sends notification to the Financial Management Service Agency. Monitor monthly budget expenditure reports from the FMSA to ensure adherence to
the approved personal support plan and to detect spending patterns that may indicate issues with care, health, and safety. Make monthly calls to new enrollees to assess quality of self-directed care, provide supports as needed, and help ensure essential needs are being met. Conduct semiannual in-home visits to further assess quality of care and client safety. Collaborate with clients’ case managers to ensure the continued health and safety of the client.  Maintain records on each client enrolled. This record includes documentation of each client contact, progress notes, and monitoring contacts in narrative form. Record must also include signed copies of clients’ Freedom of Choice and Informed Consent forms as well as the Personal Support Plan and Representative Designation, if applicable.  Represent the Area Agency on Aging in presentations, on committees and work groups, and in all other matters relating to the Personal Choices program. Oversee and document the service delivery of the MWS Elderly and Disabled Waiver to caseload.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in social work, psychology or related field required.  Experience in social work, especially the geriatric population, preferred.  At least one (1) year of experience as an Elderly & Disabled (Medicaid Waiver) Program Case Manager required.  Ability to effectively interpret policies and procedures established by applicable projects. Comprehend the goals, objectives, and regulations of the program.  Ability to analyze program guidelines and make decisions.  Knowledge of English grammar, spelling and punctuation. Ability and experience in expressing ideas effectively both orally and in writing. The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, sponsors, state agencies, contractors, clients and their families. Good record keeping skills. Demonstrated Microsoft Office expert skill level and ability to quickly and proficiently learn new software. Ability to develop and/or manage multiple projects.

 

To Apply: Email cover letter, resume, three references and salary requirements to Ladams@m4a.org

 

Contact: Lisa Adams, LMSW, Director of Human Resources, Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging, 209 Cloverdale Circle – Alabaster, Alabama 35007, P O Drawer 618 – Saginaw, Alabama 35137, 205-670-5770 ext 112, 1-866-570-2998, ladams@m4a.org

THRIVE COUNSELING
Counselors/Therapists/Social Workers


Opportunity: Thrive Counseling is continuing to expand and we are looking to hire counselors for our Birmingham, Hoover & Trussville Offices. We are looking for Counselors (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT) or Social Worker (LICSW) who is looking to start developing a semi-private practice with the goal of building to full time. This is a great opportunity for someone who has been doing agency work or recently achieved licensure to start the transition into private practice. Now is a great time to make the move to private practice; we have a high volume of new clients and our counselors are generally starting with full caseloads. EMDR training, DBT Skills experience, Eating Disorder, or Marriage Counseling experience is a plus. Must be insurance eligible (LPC, LMFT, or LICSW).

About: Thrive Counseling & Psychiatry is one of the largest practices in the state with offices in Birmingham, Avondale, Hoover, Trussville, Gulf Shores, and Montgomery. We have an aggressive pay structure and our counselors average $65,000 a year with the potential to make more. We provide office space, liability insurance, insurance billing, payroll (W2 income), health insurance, IRA, and much more. Your income will be based on the clients you see but you can expect to have a full caseload almost as soon as you start.

To Apply: Please send resumes to jharrolle@thrivetrauma.com

 

MIDDLE ALA AREA AGENCY ON AGING

Transitions Coordinator


Opportunity: The Gateway to Community Living is an Alabama Medicaid initiative that expands home and community-based resources for Alabamians who are aging or have disabilities. It is part of a rebalancing demonstration that is funded through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Money Follows the Person (MFP) program. The GCL provides supports to individuals who wish to transition from nursing homes and institutional settings to a home and community-based settings. The program utilizes the state’s existing long-term care system as a foundation, allowing individuals currently living in institutional settings to enroll in one of six Home and Community-based Waiver programs. The goal of the Demonstration is to support individuals to successfully transition from institutional settings to community living, while further enhancing the State’s infrastructure so that community living is an option for all Alabamians regardless of disability. The Transitions Coordinator must adhere to ethical behavior and HIPAA; establish and maintain positive working relationships; communicate effectively; and foster teamwork.

Description: Coordinates transition from an institutional setting to community-based setting. Receives referrals from Gateway To Community Living, Alabama Medicaid Agency.  Contacts potential clients to discuss program requirements, client responsibilities and complete required
forms.  Submits required paperwork to ADSS through the GCL portal. Once approved, completes additional required paperwork and submits through the GCL portal. If not approved, notifies client.  Reviews housing options. May be private home, apartment, with family member. May require securing  appropriate housing for individual clients. Once client is approved to go home, assesses and coordinates transitional needs of client. This may include environmental needs, as well as daily living needs, i.e. assistive devices, furniture, appliances, etc.  Determine level of care for client and services available. Discuss provider options.  Coordinates transition back into the community.  Transition Coordinator works with ACT Case Manager during the transition process, with each following the  GCL Transition Guidelines. Once the transition is complete, the client is transferred to ACT Waiver Case Manager.


Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in the Behavioral Sciences or Social Services and two (2) years of experience in a Medicaid HCBS program preferred. Ability to effectively interpret policies and procedures established by the Alabama Medicaid Agency for the Gateway to Community Living program. Comprehend the goals, objectives, and regulations of the various aging programs. Ability to analyze program guidelines and make decisions. Knowledge of English grammar, spelling and punctuation.  Ability and experience in expressing ideas effectively both orally and in writing.  The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with event sponsors, state agencies, contractors, clients and their families. Good record keeping skills. Ability to operate a computer, with knowledge of Windows, Excel and Word.  Ability to develop and manage multiple projects.


Benefits: BCBS Insurance; RSA – ERS; others available upon interview
 

To Apply: Email cover letter, resume, three references and salary requirements to Ladams@m4a.org
 

Contact: Lisa Adams, LMSW, Director of Human Resources, Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging, 209 Cloverdale Circle – Alabaster, Alabama 35007, P O Drawer 618 – Saginaw, Alabama 35137, 205-670-5770 ext 112, 1-866-570-2998, ladams@m4a.org

ALABAMA BANKING DEPT
Bank Examiner (State Professional Trainee)


Qualifications: Graduation from a four-year college or University with a degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business Administrative, or a related filed. No experience required.

Limited Tenure: One year period maximum (10 months on the job training prior to Bank Examiner experience-based testing)

Forms to be Required: State Application for Examination, Official College or University Transcript, Limited Tenure Appointment – Employment Agreement, Authorization to Obtain Credit Report

Please Forward Resume To: State Banking Department, Attn: Alfreda Murdock, P O Box 4600, Montgomery, AL 36103-4600

Starting Salary: $1,797.30 Semi-monthly: $43,135.20 Annually

Contact: Schindler, John | John.Schindler@banking.alabama.gov

 

MIDDLE ALA AREA AGENCY ON AGING
Shelby County Home-Bound Coordinator

 

Opportunity: The Shelby County Homebound Coordinator Position is funded by the Shelby County Commission to ensure that all Shelby County homebound senior citizens receive hands-on case management (shortterm and ongoing) to access all services that enhance and maintain their dignity and independence in their communities. Coordination of the homebound meal program in Shelby County is just one component of the Homebound Coordinator’s responsibilities. The nutrition referral is a gateway for the Homebound Coordinator to conduct a home visit and thorough assessment(s) of the Shelby County older adult’s environment, needs and wants so that a person-centered plan can be developed, when needed, to ensure achievement of the person-centered goals. The Shelby County Homebound Coordinator is expected to be an active participant in many Shelby County specific initiatives to enhance his/her knowledge of Shelby County resources, organizations and people. In addition, the Shelby County Homebound Coordinator is required and expected to ensure that Shelby County’s homebound older adults access other public benefits such as medication assistance, SNAP, energy assistance, housing assistance, and farmers market vouchers, just to name a few.

Description: Coordinate all aspects of Shelby County transportation which includes, but is not limited to, assessing people for transportation eligibility, working with potential riders, completing paperwork, providing ClasTran transportation policies to riders/prospective riders, working with
center managers, liaising with ClasTran and M4A’s Executive Director prior to approving riders, submitting paperwork to ClasTran, reviewing ClasTran billing and rider logs and coordinating, when needed, with M4A’s Nutrition & Transportation Coordinator and Shelby County Community
Services. Work with center managers and others to increase ridership to the senior centers. Assess (and reassess after receiving referrals from M4A’s ADRC Program) Shelby County older adults for participation in the homebound meal program. Perform yearly home visits to evaluate or re-evaluate participants for the nutrition program. Determine other services for which the client may be eligible by assessing the older adult’s
environment, community and family resources. Help clients to ensure services are accessed. Make referrals to other temporary services offered by M4A and other providers, including homemaker services, caregiver respite, medication assistance and telephone reassurance. Ensure that clients access these services. Provide case management (short-term and long-term or ongoing) to clients to ensure client safety, independence and dignity. Advocate for client’s safety, needs and services while working with others to assess resources, explore solutions, and develop action plans; Capacity to garner rapport quickly to easily resolve and de-escalate conflict and remain diplomatic and professional in all situations; Abide by the Social Work Code of Ethics; and Possess an expertise in assessing an individual and his/her environment and develop solutions and resources. Coordinate all aspects of the Shelby County Personal Emergency Response System (PERS or medical alert) Program which includes, but is not limited to, assessing people for PERS; completing all paperwork; liaising with the PERS Vendor, M4A’s Administrative Director and M4A’s Executive Director; submitting paperwork to the PERS Vendor; helping to set up the PERS device; in-servicing clients on how to use the PERS; and reviewing PERS billing for accuracy and submitting to M4A’s Fiscal Department. Screen for and educate clients on financial exploitation and Medicare fraud (as a member of the  Senior Medicare Patrol Program or SMP) and make referrals to the SMP/SHIP Coordinator when appropriate. Complete all paperwork to document SMP/SHIP activities. Work with the client to take needed steps to eliminate fraud and financial exploitation. Report suspected elder abuse, neglect and exploitation to the appropriate organization or organizations and document thoroughly. When elder abuse, neglect or exploitation is suspected, provide support and ensure access to resources to ameliorate harm and/or eliminate abuse/neglect/exploitation factors. Initiate crisis intervention for suicidal clients. Provide ongoing case management for clients with no or minimal support systems who need help to access services or who need advocacy or emotional support. Assess the 6 Shelby County Senior Centers Semi Annually. Complete the monthly billing log entries. Maintain accurate, thorough and timely documentation of all activities and make entries into
PeerPlace. Conduct presentations at outreach events as needed. Add to the Shelby County list of resources. Distribute fliers and other M4A materials.
 

Qualifications: 1. Bachelor’s in Social Work or related social service field required. Master’s Degree in Social Work and Licensure are preferred. At least 5 years of case management, home visit and client advocacy experience are required and must be demonstrated. Possess a track record of strong assessment, communication, and documentation skills. Must possess above average organizational and time management skills. Comprehend the goals, objectives, and regulations of applicable programs.  Ability to analyze program guidelines and make decisions. Knowledge of English grammar, spelling, and punctuation. Ability and experience in expressing ideas effectively both orally and in writing. The ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, sponsors, state agencies, contractors, clients and their families. Proficiency in MS Office software. Ability to prioritize and work on multiple projects work requirements.

 

Benefits: BCBS of Alabama Retirement Systems of Alabama: www.rsa-al.gov.  As a Tier 1 Member the per pay period contribution is 7.5%.  Monthly $35 phone stipend.
 

To Apply: Email cover letter, resume, three references and salary requirements to Ladams@m4a.org

 

Contact: Lisa Adams, LMSW, Director of Human Resources, Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging, 209 Cloverdale Circle – Alabaster, Alabama 35007, P O Drawer 618 – Saginaw, Alabama 35137, 205-670-5770 ext 112, 1-866-570-2998, ladams@m4a.org
 

SHWINCO
Business Analyst


Description:: Shwinco Architectural Products, LLC, a maker of windows and doors, located in Dothan, Alabama, is seeking candidates with an interest in entrepreneurial business to work as Business Analysts in its Finance Department. Business analysts will work directly with Shwinco’s finance team and CEO to measure corporate performance and develop strategies to add value. 

 

Qualifications: Candidates must have an undergraduate degree in finance, economics, business, or accounting.
 

Contact: Heather Tindell, HR Administrator. 334-556-1000 Ext 108, htindell@shwinco.com

 

MIDDLE ALA AREA AGENCY ON AGING
Receptionist


Opportunity: Under the direction of the Director of Operations and Strategy, the Receptionist is the first M4A team member to greet visitors and to speak with callers to M4A. The M4A Receptionist fulfills a valuable role as the face and voice of the organization; therefore, M4A considers the M4A Receptionist to be a critical and important member of the M4A Team. The Receptionist provides essential support to the Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) and to the Administrative Team by supporting the Administrative Assistant. Duties of the Receptionist include general clerical duties, ADRC support, and ADRC follow up.
 

Description: The Receptionist performs a wide range of duties including some or all of the following: Greets visitors and directs them to the appropriate meetings or staff member. Responds to basic questions from callers, clients, and others regarding M4A services by taking live calls. Professionally answers calls to M4A. Promptly and politely routes callers to the appropriate individual, program or department. Takes telephone messages for staff as needed. Completes and logs initial client intake forms for the ADRC team.  Assists ADRC with client calls.  Follows-up on ADRC clients.  Promptly and accurately completes all documentation for ADRC client follow-ups.  Works with the Administrative Assistant to appropriately handle all incoming and outgoing correspondence, including supply orders and deliveries. Processes mailout requests for the ADRC Team and for the Administrative Team, which includes other M4A Receptionists.

Qualifications: Possess a Bachelor of Arts (BA) or Bachelor of Science (BS) degree, preferably in human services related field, from an accredited college or university. To perform this job successfully, an individual should have knowledge of word processing software, preferably Microsoft Word, and spreadsheet software, preferably Microsoft Excel and be able to learn program software. AIRS certification preferred and required after one year of employment. Ability to drive to locations necessary for to fulfill the responsibilities of the position.

Benefits: BCBS of Alabama Retirement Systems of Alabama: www.rsa-al.gov. As a Tier 1 Member the per pay period contribution is 7.5%.  Monthly $35 phone stipend.
 

To Apply: Email cover letter, resume, three references and salary requirements to Ladams@m4a.org

 

Contact: Lisa Adams, LMSW, Director of Human Resources, Middle Alabama Area Agency on Aging, 209 Cloverdale Circle – Alabaster, Alabama 35007, P O Drawer 618 – Saginaw, Alabama 35137, 205-670-5770 ext 112, 1-866-570-2998, ladams@m4a.org

THERAPY SOLUTIONS OF GEORGIA
Occupational Therapist


Opportunity: We are looking for a committed and patient-focused Occupational Therapist to develop, recover or maintain the daily living skills of people with physical, mental or developmental conditions. You will offer effective and client-centered services that will enable people to confidently and independently carry out everyday tasks or activities. The successful candidate will have a holistic perspective and will be able to adapt the environment to fit the person.

Description: Pediatric Occupational Therapy.  Address client’s aspects of performance to support engagement in occupations that affect health, well-being and life quality. Select and adapt the appropriate per case occupational therapy treatment model, method and approach to direct the process of interventions. Apply interventions to maximize safety and performance in activities of daily living (ADL) and instrumental activities of daily living (IADL). Teach clients new ways of approaching tasks and educate them on how to break down activities into achievable components. Assess client’s home and other environments and advice on alterations consistent with their needs and capabilities. Recommend adaptive equipment and train in its use. Guide and educate family members and caregivers. Observe, note, and report on progress of long and short term treatment goals. Collect data and document processes followed. Regularly follow-up client.

 

Qualifications: Masters Degree, Eligible for Georgia Licensure. Excellent knowledge of principles and practices of occupational therapy. Hands-on experience with computer programs and creative media. Familiarity with ADLs evaluation tools. Ability to manage patients with different types of personalities. Current knowledge of treatment practices per discipline and drive to continually learn and grow in the profession. Professional behaviour. Excellent interpersonal communication skills. Valid license to practice occupational therapy.
 

About: Therapy Solutions of Georgia, Inc. continuously seeks dedicated and qualified professionals to meet the ever growing need for pediatric therapy and to enhance the dynamic of the Therapy Solutions team. If you are seeking to gain personal success through professional achievement, then Therapy Solutions is the place for you. At Therapy Solutions we are as dedicated to you as you are to your patients.

Benefits: Dental insurance, Health insurance, Health savings account, Paid time off, Retirement plan
 

Contact: Christopher M. Ball, Therapy Solutions of Georgia, Inc, 3615 Braselton Hwy Ste 103, Dacula, GA 30019, chrisball@tsg-inc.net, (678) 377-9634, jobs@tsg-inc.net
 

WVTM-TV
Multi Media Journalist


Opportunity: WVTM-TV is looking for a Reporter that has the ability to generate story ideas, write to video, and do compelling live shots. We are looking for a strong, take-charge reporter who hits the ground running every day. The successful candidate loves breaking news and is highly competitive. We value strong enterprise reporting and we're looking for someone who finds the stories that lead newscasts. The Reporter is someone who can bring the energy of live reporting to our anchor desk. In addition to credibility, poise, and personality; we're looking for a reporter who isn't afraid to head out into the field and break the big stories. We are looking for this market's next leader who isn't afraid to ask the tough questions, and will hold those in power accountable. We are looking for a versatile, enterprising self-starter who is fast, efficient, works well under tight deadlines, can develop sources, and has excellent live reporting skills.

Description: Works with and guides reporters and producers in newscast production. Regularly plans, gathers and assembles stories on day-of news or special project assignments. Works with or without a photographer to gather and edit compelling video and captivating sound. Coordinates with news managers and producers to develop stories that go beyond surface details, that accentuate unique enterprise angles, and have exclusive content. Develops a network of sources who provide tips, early access to information, and allow the reporter to break stories of significance. Will contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day. Can juggle multiple stories and projects at once, demonstrates exceptional time-management skills by meeting all deadlines under extraordinary pressure. Unwavering journalistic integrity and ethical standards.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree preferred or equivalent proven work experience. Past reporting experience(2-5 years) required. Demonstrated ability to enterprise and uncover. Your demo reel should be indicative of your everyday work. Strong writing and storytelling skills. Ability to operate mobile transmission devices and use latest technology. Can work in all weather conditions and carry up to 50 pounds. Has a valid driver's license, can drive large vehicles over long distances, and a clear driving record. Ability to work varied shifts, including overnights and weekends. Can deal with the stresses and pressures of time-sensitive newscast production.

 
Additional Requirements: As part of its continued efforts to maintain a safe workplace for employees, Hearst Television requires that all newly hired employees be fully vaccinated (as defined by the CDC) against the coronavirus by the first day of employment as a condition of employment, to the extent permitted by applicable law. HTV will consider requests for reasonable accommodations due to medical and/or religious reasons on an individual basis in accordance with applicable legal requirements.

To Apply: Please visit careers.htv.hearst.com to apply.

Contact: Andie Baum, Email: andie.baum@hearst.com
 

HOPE GROWS COUNSELING CENTER

Counselor

Opportunity: Hope Grows Center for Counseling, a group counseling collective in Northport, AL, is looking for full-time licensed mental health professionals to join our thriving group practice. Requirements include being fully licensed in the State of Alabama, preferably with private practice experience, registered with CAQH, and paneled with BCBS of Alabama. Compensation is a percentage based on income received and paid out monthly. Therapist must have a niche(s) (children, couples, trauma, EMDR, family, etc.) and be willing to market themselves to grow their referral base and recognition in the community. HGCC provides a steady stream of referrals as well. Candidate must be independent, driven, collaborative, and enhance our fun, connected, and positive minded group of clinicians. This is a wonderful opportunity to start your private practice under the umbrella of an established practice with a great reputation in the local community.

We provide: Steady stream of referrals. Competitive compensation. An in house medical biller to coordinate benefits/eligibility and submit claims. An in house receptionist who answers calls and schedules intake appointments. Individual consultation with our Clinical Director. Monthly group case consultation. Supportive team environment. Comfortable office space.

 

Qualifications: Current State of Alabama license as a PhD, PsyD, LCSW, LMFT or LPC. Willing to work 20 hours per week or more. Paneled with BCBS a plus. Prior private practice experience is a plus.

To Apply: nterested candidates should send cover letter and CV to andrea@hopegrowscenter.org

Contact: Andrea Gregg, LPC (she/her), Owner/Counselor, Hope Grows Center for Counseling, 205-454-1897, andrea@hopegrowscenter.org
 

WVTM-TV
Producer


Opportunity: WVTM-TV has an opening for a strong, take-charge producer who knows how to create memorable newscasts. The right candidate will have a track record of being creative, aggressive, have the ability to make decisions and communicate the plan in a clear, concise manner. We expect excellent news judgment and a can do attitude. Candidates must have a proven track record of winning the big story, breaking news and weather. Candidates must be fast and calm under pressure and able to play well in a room of same-minded pros.

Description: Selecting, researching and writing content for live newscasts to make the newscast an experience for viewers. Working with and guiding reporters in story production. Communicating, coordinating and executing creative vision with team of anchors, reporters, meteorologists, photographers, editors, and production staff. In-person attendance is required
 

Qualifications: College degree in broadcast journalism, broadcast news, or related field preferred.  2 years producing experience. Creative presentation style. Experience in a newsroom, the ability to remain calm under pressure and knowledge of ENPS are pluses. Excellent writing, spelling, grammar and copy-editing skills. Ability to multi-task and coordinate several crews and responsibilities simultaneously. An ability to summarize information into easy-to-understand components. Creative presentation style, and ability to showcase all resources and elements. Unwavering journalistic integrity and ethical standards. Must be available to work holidays, shifts that include nights, weekends and overnights, and flexible with schedule to be available during breaking news.

Additional Requirements: As part of its continued efforts to maintain a safe workplace for employees, Hearst Television requires that all newly hired employees be fully vaccinated (as defined by the CDC) against the coronavirus by the first day of employment as a condition of employment, to the extent permitted by applicable law. HTV will consider requests for reasonable accommodations due to medical and/or religious reasons on an individual basis in accordance with applicable legal requirements.

To Apply: Please visit careers.htv.hearst.com to apply.

Contact: Andie Baum, Email: andie.baum@hearst.com
 

BANFIELD PET HOSPITAL

Veterinary Assistant

 

Description: Act as the extra eyes, ears and hands for the veterinarian and veterinary technician to ensure the best quality pet care and to maximize the veterinarian's and veterinary technician’s productivity. Communicate with veterinarian, veterinary technicians and all other associates to maintain the flow of patients. Provide professional, efficient and exceptional service at all times. This includes performing or preparing procedures that do not require veterinarian or veterinary technician assistance, completing preparatory work for other procedures, ensuring that clients and pets are comfortable in the hospital, and monitoring hospitalized or surgical pets as allowed in the state practice acts. Educate clients about Optimum Wellness Plans, preventive care, pet health needs, hospital services and other issues. Obtain relevant information and history from clients and maintain proper and complete medical charts. Ensure the safety of pets, clients and associates by utilizing safe restraining techniques, following standard protocols, and maintaining clean, sterile and organized treatment areas, exam rooms and labs. Assist with surgery as applicable. Utilize technical skills to the fullest, within state practice acts and as outlined in the NAVTA guidelines for veterinary assistant skills and duties.

Qualifications: Ability to multi-task- Manages multiple tasks at one time; quickly and accurately shifts attention among multiple tasks under distracting conditions without loss of accuracy or appearance of frustration. Communication skills - Reads, writes and speaks fluent English, using appropriate grammar, style and vocabulary. Correctly spells commonly used English words and job specific terms. Demonstrates exceptionally strong written and verbal communication skills. Organizational ability – Demonstrates a systematic approach in carrying out assignments. Is very
orderly and excels at cutting through confusion and turning chaos into order. Problem solving skills - Demonstrates a strong ability to identify, analyze and solve problems. Translates problems into practical solutions.  Client service skills - Consistently ensures the team provides the client with attentive, courteous and informative service. Gains and shows personal satisfaction from delivering great service.  Intellectual ability - Accurately and consistently follows instructions delivered in an oral, written or diagram format. Can provide directions.  Mathematical ability - Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide, and to compute rate, ratio and percent; ability to convert units of measurement.  Computer skills - Comfortably and confident

Certificate of completion from a NAVTA approved Veterinary Assistant program, or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. High School Diploma or equivalent preferred. Must be able to perform all required skills of NAVTA approved veterinary assistant programs at a level in which to aid in the efficiency of the practice. Must be at least 18 years old to perform duties involving radiography (x-ray) and exposure to radioactive substances. One year related experience required with customer service preferred.

 

Contact: Bethany Trucks, L.V.T./Shift Lead, Banfield Pet Hospital-Alabaster, 205-663-5639, bethany.trucks@banfield.com

 

WHNT TV

Integrated Digital Specialist


Opportunity: WHNT and WHDF, a Nexstar CBS/CW duopoly located in dynamic Huntsville, Alabama, is looking to hire an Integrated Digital Specialist. We are looking for passionate, motivated, goal-oriented individuals with positive work ethic and the desire to work and win with a dynamic team. Our #76 market serves 11 counties in North Alabama. Work and play in beautiful downtown Huntsville, a city growing with entertainment and art venues and boasts more than 100 miles of free public walking, biking, and hiking trails. Huntsville ranks #7 for high-tech employment concentration and top in the nation for job growth and best places to live. Huntsville is a one-of-a-kind city that prides itself on its past and looks ahead to its future. Experience the beauty of Huntsville’s outdoor areas, the thrill of local sports teams, the bustle of Rocket City nightlife, our rich history and a wide array of exciting art and entertainment options.

Description: The Integrated Digital Specialist (IDS) is responsible for support sales in generating and growing digital marketing service revenue for the company. The IDS will be the market’s subject matter expert on digital services and the stations core digital assets to achieve budgeted revenue goals. The Integrated Digital Specialist will achieve this by professionally and effectively selling with sales executives and sales management the NXD Digital suite of digital marketing services/products (including targeted video and display, OTT/Connected TV, social media marketing, targeted responder email, SEO/SEM, sponsorships, and more) with the objective of advancing client objectives and achieving client KPIs.

Qualifications: Digital marketing services sales lead and subject matter expert in your market. Work with Digital Sales Managers and Sales Executives to develop and execute go-to market sales strategies and tactics that result in exceeding personal and company revenue targets. Establish, maintain, and grow meaningful client relationships. Working in conjunction with Sales Management and Sales Executives to generate new digital marketing services business and grow business from existing clients. Be an effective educator and ambassador both internally and externally on the benefits of digital marketing for clients. Meaningful contributor in sales meetings on digital marketing topics (ex. best practice sharing, industry trends). Successfully facilitate, execute, manage, optimize, and analyze digital marketing campaigns. Consistently communicate with Account Executives and clients on campaign management, reporting and optimization opportunities.

Requirements: BA or BS in Business, Marketing, Advertising or Communications preferred. 3+ years of digital marketing or media sales preferred. Preferred Google Ads Certification and strong Google Analytics skills a distinct advantage. Social media advertising experience. Strong digital marketing knowledge and the ability to develop effective strategies for exceeding client goals. Motivated, enthusiastic, self-starter who can work effectively both independently and collaborating in a team environment. Be an effective, trusted partner with the market’s sales team in generating new digital revenue. Meaningful contributor in sales meetings on digital marketing topics (ex. best practice sharing, industry trends etc.) Effective communication and client presentation skills. Ability to interact with high-level decision makers. Ability to execute in an organization through collaboration and a consultative process. Excellent follow-up, strong organizational skills, and attention to detail. Ability to deliver uncompromising customer support. Proven ability to meet and exceed sales goals. Resourceful, self-motivated and a skillful multi-tasker. Proficiency in Excel, PowerPoint, and ability to become proficient on in-house sales systems. Support Research Director with sales data, digital product metrics, and website measurements for Account Executives .

To Apply:
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WHNT/Integrated-Digital-Specialist_REQ-15280

Contact: Regina Tom, Email: rtom@nexstar.tv
 

BANFIELD PET HOSPITAL

Client Service Coordinator


Description: Actively recruit new clients by promoting hospital services and route the flow of clients and pets to ensure superior client care and maximum productivity of the veterinary medical team. Maximize the number of pets seen by the hospital team through through a productive and efficiently run hospital to support the needs of our wellness plan clients. Provide professional, efficient and exceptional service at all times. This includes encouraging hospital visits, welcoming clients and pets, ensuring that they are comfortable in the hospital, and educating them about their pet's health. Educate clients about Optimum Wellness Plans, preventative care, pet health needs and hospital services. Assist incoming clients by completing the required documentation, entering all pet information and history in the computer, utilizing proper collars and tags for identification, and ensuring prompt service.  Assist outgoing clients by providing all necessary instructions, information and invoices, dispensing
prescription items per the veterinarian's instructions, selling retail products and scheduling future appointments. Manage the finances by maintaining accurate balances and utilizing proper opening and closing procedures.  Conduct administrative functions as necessary.
 

Qualifications: Ability to multi-task- Manages multiple tasks at one time; quickly and accurately shifts attention among multiple tasks under distracting conditions without loss of accuracy or appearance of frustration. Communication skills - Reads, writes and speaks fluent English, using appropriate grammar, style and vocabulary. Correctly spells commonly used English words and job specific terms. Demonstrates exceptionally strong written and verbal communication skills. Organizational ability – Demonstrates a systematic approach in carrying out assignments. Is very
orderly and excels at cutting through confusion and turning chaos into order. Problem solving skills - Demonstrates a strong ability to identify, analyze and solve problems. Translates problems into practical solutions.  Client service skills - Consistently ensures the team provides the client with attentive, courteous and informative service. Gains and shows personal satisfaction from delivering great service.  Intellectual ability - Accurately and consistently follows instructions delivered in an oral, written or diagram format. Can provide directions.  Mathematical ability - Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide, and to compute rate, ratio and percent; ability to convert units of measurement.  Computer skills - Comfortably and confident

High School Diploma or equivalent preferred. Must be at least 18 years old to perform duties involving radiography (x-ray) and exposure to radioactive substances. One year related experience required with customer service preferred. Medical background (veterinary technician, human healthcare, pharmaceutical, etc.) with medical terminology training is preferred.

 

Contact: Bethany Trucks, L.V.T./Shift Lead, Banfield Pet Hospital-Alabaster, 205-663-5639, bethany.trucks@banfield.com

 

WZDX FOX 54
Production Assistant


Opportunity: WZDX FOX 54 in beautiful Huntsville, Alabama is looking for a Production Assistant who understands great production value and teamwork. This person will be performing a variety of technical and support functions in the executions of live newscasts, studio productions, remotes and on-air operations.? We are looking for someone who is an innovator and leader.?? Must be willing to work early morning hours, evenings, weekends and holidays. The successful candidate should be highly reliable and have effective communication skills. The PA position is an excellent opportunity for candidates looking to start a career in television, video production, journalism and digital content creation.

Description: Assist with various production elements including preparing cameras, lights, monitors and testing mics/IFBs for live newscasts and studio productions. Operate cameras, audio, graphics, teleprompter. Edit video.


Qualifications: Work or school related experience is helpful. Computers skills are essential. Working knowledge of cameras, audio and video editing software is a plus. Must be dependable, flexible in terms of scheduling, a team player and work well under pressure.

About: TEGNA Inc. (NYSE: TGNA) is an innovative media company that serves the greater good of our communities. Across platforms, TEGNA tells empowering stories, conducts impactful investigations and delivers innovative marketing solutions. With 64 television stations in 51 U.S. markets, TEGNA is the largest owner of top 4 network affiliates in the top 25 markets among independent station groups, reaching approximately 39 percent of all television households nationwide. TEGNA also owns leading multicast networks True Crime Network and Quest. TEGNA Marketing Solutions (TMS) offers innovative solutions to help businesses reach consumers across television, digital and over-the-top (OTT) platforms, including Premion, TEGNA’s OTT advertising service. For more information, visit www.TEGNA.com.  TEGNA requires all employees to be fully vaccinated (as defined by the CDC) against the coronavirus.

URL: http://www.rocketcitynow.com

To Apply: http://www.jobs.net/j/JyKsRHjA

Contact: Katina Potts-Singleton, Email: kpottssing@tegna.com

BANFIELD PET HOSPITAL

Veterinary Technician

Description: Act as the extra eyes, ears and hands for the veterinarian to ensure the best quality pet care and to maximize the veterinarian's productivity. Lead communications with veterinarians and veterinary medical team to maintain the flow of patients. Provide professional, efficient and exceptional service at all times. This includes performing procedures that do not require veterinarian assistance, completing preparatory work for other procedures, ensuring that clients and pets are comfortable in the hospital, and monitoring hospitalized or surgical pets. Educate clients about Optimum Wellness Plans, preventive care, pet health needs, any diagnosis or treatment, hospital services and other issues. Obtain relevant information and history from clients and maintain proper and complete medical charts. Ensure the safety of pets, clients and associates by utilizing safe restraining techniques, following standard protocols, and maintaining clean, sterile and organized treatment areas, exam rooms and labs. Assist with surgery as applicable. Utilize technical skills to the fullest, within state practice acts regarding duties of credentialed veterinary
technicians.

Qualifications: Ability to multi-task- Manages multiple tasks at one time; quickly and accurately shifts attention among multiple tasks under distracting conditions without loss of accuracy or appearance of frustration. Communication skills - Reads, writes and speaks fluent English, using appropriate grammar, style and vocabulary. Correctly spells commonly used English words and job specific terms. Demonstrates exceptionally strong written and verbal communication skills. Organizational ability – Demonstrates a systematic approach in carrying out assignments. Is very
orderly and excels at cutting through confusion and turning chaos into order. Problem solving skills - Demonstrates a strong ability to identify, analyze and solve problems. Translates problems into practical solutions.  Client service skills - Consistently ensures the team provides the client with attentive, courteous and informative service. Gains and shows personal satisfaction from delivering great service.  Intellectual ability - Accurately and consistently follows instructions delivered in an oral, written or diagram format. Can provide directions.  Mathematical ability - Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide, and to compute rate, ratio and percent; ability to convert units of measurement.  Computer skills - Comfortably and confident

Veterinary technician certification or licensure required (CVT, RVT, LVT, and LVMT).  Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree from an AVMA accredited veterinary technology program, or the equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities. High School Diploma or equivalent preferred. Must be able to perform all required skills of AVMA accredited veterinary technology programs at a level in which to aid in the efficiency of the practice. Must be at least 18 years old to perform duties involving radiography (x-ray) and exposure to radioactive substances.One year related experience required with customer service preferred.

Contact: Bethany Trucks, L.V.T./Shift Lead, Banfield Pet Hospital-Alabaster, 205-663-5639, bethany.trucks@banfield.com

 


JANUARY 2022

 

ALABAMA PUBLIC TELEVISION
Early Childhood Administrative Assistant


Opportunity: Alabama Public Television (APT) has a full-time position available in the Birmingham office’s Education Division to support the Early Childhood Education staff.

 

Description: Performing clerical duties to include gathering, lifting, and transporting heavy training materials and resources, arranging programs
and presentations, preparation, maintenance, and distribution of educational materials, scheduling and confirming instructional programming, preparing reports, filing and phone and email communications.
 

Qualifications: A high school diploma or GED and a minimum of 2 years’ experience performing general office duties with strong Microsoft Office skills and excellent oral and written communication skills, and the ability to lift and transport heavy training and resource materials. Preference given to those with experience assisting with workshops, training programs, and/or event planning.

 

Note: Starting Salary Range: ($21,619.20 -$27,672.00 Annually). This is a 2-year contract funded position with the APT Foundation.
 

To Apply: Mail cover letter, resume and contact information for 3 professional references to: Human Resources Department, Alabama Public Television, 2112 11th Avenue South, Suite 400, Birmingham, AL 35205, or email to jgoosby@aptv.org by 2/7/2022.  NO PHONE CALLS/FAXES.

 

Contact: Jackie Goosby, HR Assistant, Alabama Public Television, (205) 254-1685, jgoosby@aptv.org
 

APT RESEARCH
System Safety Engineer


Description: APT Research is hiring System Safety Engineers (#2181858*) to support operations in Huntsville, AL, duties include: Perform system safety engineering activities, to include tasks focused on development of system safety analysis by identifying, documenting, and tracking system hazard. Coordinating, developing, and executing comprehensive technical data packages and Safety Assessment Reports (SARs). Conducting safety analyses such as: Preliminary Hazard List Preliminary Hazard Analysis (PHL/PHA), Subsystem Hazard Analysis (SSHA), System Hazard Analysis (SHA), Operating and Support Hazard Analysis (O&SHA), Health Hazard Assessment (HHA), System Requirement Hazard Analysis (SRHA), Fault Tree Analysis (FTA), and Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA). Supporting various safety boards and technical panels. Understanding the elements of system safety engineering to include hazard analyses, hazard categorization, end effects, causal analyses, mitigation requirements identification, documentation, tracking and implementing, and residual risk assessment. Developing documents as required to support customer and test, operational, or range requirements. Participate in accident investigations involving damage to products or related facilities and assists in identification of causes and corrective actions. Perform audits of operational areas and reports effectiveness of the System Safety program. Perform minimal safety program management tasks including progress reports and tracking schedules. Ancillary duties may include tasks associated with environmental safety and health, hazardous materials, industrial hygiene, human factors, reliability engineering, explosive safety, directed energy (laser) safety, and/or test range safety. Pursuant to the Executive Order on Requiring COVID 19 Vaccination for Federal Contractor Employees, all new hires will be required to be fully vaccinated against COVID 19 prior to entry on duty, subject to such exceptions as required by law.

 

Additional details regarding vaccine requirements can be found at https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fwww.saferfederalworkforce.gov%2ffaq%2fvaccinations%2f.&c=E,1,AR2SrAuVR7lMKNK4cw

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Qualifications: Candidate must possess a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Mathematics, or equivalent technical degree. Candidate must have 10+ years of relevant technical experience. Knowledge of System Safety fundamentals. Good verbal and written communication skills. Able to work with limited supervision. Familiar with DoD Safety Standards and Regulations. Ability to prepare high level technical reviews and presentations. Prior related experience with Government or Military programs. The applicant must demonstrate familiarity with Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint). Candidate must have proven leadership skills with the ability to affect outcomes including the ability to persuade on technical topics. Familiarity with Software Hazard Analyses.

Notes: Security Clearance Requirement: (applicants selected for positions requiring a Security Clearance will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information): Secret or higher, or ability to obtain. This opportunity is contingent upon an anticipated contract award to APT Research.

About: A-P-T Research, Inc., is an engineering services company with employees who combine excellence in their disciplines with enthusiasm, versatility, and willingness to "pitch in" wherever needed to support customers, and to perform the many functions of a small company. Employees share ownership in the company and participate in corporate planning and operation. We are both motivated and empowered to provide optimum, flexible support to customers.
Since APT's incorporation in June 1990, the officers have carefully and deliberately built the company's strong technical and administrative infrastructure. Experienced engineers have been chosen to lead project areas, policies and procedures have been developed to address the diverse aspects of contracting and administration, and support personnel have been selected to fill specialty roles. APT proudly continues to provide top-quality services to satisfied and loyal customers.
APT is an employee-owned company specializing in conducting safety analyses for the U.S. Government. APT offers competitive salaries, advancement opportunities, and excellent benefits.


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To Apply: https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2faptresearch.applicantpro.com%2fjobs%2f2181858.html&c=E,1,YQ_0b0X6zGcSw

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ABC TV 33/40
Multimedia Journalist (MMJ)


Opportunity: ABC 33/40 is looking for an Multimedia Journalist to work in our Tuscaloosa Bureau. This position requires strong reporting skills & the ability to work independently. This isn't for someone who wants to turn features - our Tuscaloosa reporter breaks news and leads newscasts. Your responsibilities as an MMJ will include reporting, shooting and editing news stories, enterprising story ideas, developing contacts, as well as other responsibilities as assigned. You will be expected to produce daily content on a variety of platforms including the internet, social networking sites and mobile phones, in addition to television.

Qualifications: A minimum of one year reporting experience is required at a commercial television station. Bachelor's degree in journalism or related field preferred. Experience with live shots is required. Experience with Live-U is a plus. Sharp news judgment. The ability to tell an NPPA style story. Excellent technical skills. The ability to work well independently. Must have and maintain a valid license and a good driving record.
 

While applying online, please include a link to your online demo reel


Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
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JBS MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
Mental Health Technician


Career Fair: January 19, 2022

10 AM – 2 PM
956 Montclair Road, Birmingham, AL 35213
 

Part-time and Full-time Positions Available: Mental Health Technician
Qualifications: High School Diploma or GED, Valid Alabama driver’s license and driving record

Contact: Ipella V. King, Human Resources Manager, JBS Mental Health Authority, (205) 443-2203 phone, iking@jbsmha.com, www.jbsmha.com


WHNT TV
Account Executive


Opportunity: WHNT and WHDF, a Nexstar CBS/CW duopoly located in dynamic Huntsville, Alabama, is looking for Account Executives to join our team! We are looking for passionate, motivated, goal-oriented individuals with positive work ethic and the desire to WIN and EXCEL to start now! This is a fast-paced highly competitive sales environment with unlimited income potential. We offer a unique opportunity if you are looking for a challenging environment, tools, and resources to help you succeed, seasoned leadership and the chance to maximize your full potential as a sales leader.

Our #79 market serves 11 counties. Work and play in beautiful downtown Huntsville, a city growing with entertainment and art venues and boasts more than 100 miles of free public walking, biking, and hiking trails. Huntsville ranks #7 for high-tech employment concentration and top in the nation for job growth and best places to live. Huntsville is a one-of-a-kind city that prides itself on its past and looks ahead to its future. Experience the beauty of Huntsville’s outdoor areas, the thrill of local sports teams, the bustle of Rocket City nightlife, our rich history and a wide array of exciting art and entertainment options.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Advertising or Mass Communications, or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and work-related experience. Minimum one year’s experience in sales, preferably in the media field. Valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record. Experience achieving long-range objectives and implementing the strategies and actions to achieve them. Proficiency with computers, telephones, copiers, scanners, fax machines and other office equipment.

 

Proficiency in prospecting and aggressively seeking new clientele by networking, cold-calling, walking in, referrals and other means. Expert in the customer’s business by gaining a deep understanding of their goals, objectives, and processes as well as their external environment including key market and consumer trends. Creative - the ability to design, create and deliver customized advertising proposals/presentations. Present client solutions by building rapport and delivering results through TV and Digital platforms while providing excellent top-notch service. Supply client detailed information, and guidance, qualitative research while recommending new opportunities for profit and/or service improvements.

Job Req #:14852

 

Apply online at: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/nexstar
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Contact: Regina Tom, rtom@nexstar.tv
 

ALA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE
SNAP ED Educator


Opportunity: The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES) is the primary outreach organization for the land-grant mission of Alabama A&M University and Auburn University, dedicated to delivering research-based educational programs designed to empower individuals to improve their quality of life and economic well-being. ACES has 67 county offices, nine urban centers, six research and extension centers, and more than 40 video conferencing sites across the state. Programs and activities support and promote individual well-being, professional and organizational development, social and cultural enrichment, economic opportunity, and regional development.
Employees have tremendous support from the resources at Alabama A&M and Auburn University.
ACES professionals enjoy widespread community support where they live and work.

Description: This is a grant funded position- minimum salary is $30,000.   The Urban SNAP-Ed Educator is responsible for conducting nutrition education programs with limited-resource individuals who reside in urban communities. Late afternoon, night, and weekend work with participants may be required. The Urban SNAP-Ed Educator receives initial and continuous training; follows the Urban SNAP-Ed policies, guidelines and approved curriculums with designated participants; maintains records; provides appropriate reports; and follows established guidelines as required by Alabama A&M University, Alabama Cooperative Extension System, the state of Alabama and the USDA's Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES). Continuation of employment is based on program needs and availability of funding.

Essential Functions: Works cooperatively with the Regional SNAP-Ed Educator and USNAP-Ed state staff in planning and implementing activities toward the designated program objectives. Maintains a working knowledge of situational data of the Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) as it relates to health and nutrition needs of limited-resource families and individuals.
Recruits, plans and conducts USNAP-Ed classes in the designated MSAs. Participates in training programs offered by Urban Affairs' Urban SNAP-Ed staff:  Basic orientation. Monthly and/or quarterly staff conferences. Scheduled conferences with the supervising RSEE, the Urban SNAP-Ed Project Manager, and staff for the purpose of enhancing program delivery and other related issues. Approved training and meetings. Disseminates current science-based nutrition information from approved USNAP-Ed curriculums and SNAP eligibility requirements to the targeted audiences. Utilizes approved curricula and nutrition education resources in program delivery to meet the needs of families and individuals. Administers Pre, Post and Delayed Post Assessments to participants and maintains accurate and up-to-date records of assessments. Submits assessments and supporting documents to the Urban SNAP-Ed Program Coordinator following USNAP-Ed policy. Plans and provides an accurate monthly itinerary. Maintains daily, weekly, and/or monthly logs summarizing activities, projects, and job duties performed, and provides a quarterly time and effort report. Adheres to annual budget allotments for food, supplies and travel. Maintains current and accurate expenses records to assure budget allotments are not exceeded. Purchases allowable items only. Completes all necessary Urban SNAP-Ed reports in a timely manner following USNAP-Ed policy. 

Qualifications: Minimum high school diploma or equivalent. At least two years of experience/and or presentation of pre-designed educational programs/services, customer service, administrative support/clerical or related experience. A valid driver's license, and access to reliable transportation to travel to and from program sites. (mileage reimbursement is provided).  Preferred qualifications. Knowledge of food and nutrition as it relates to providing an adequate and affordable diet for a family
Experience organizing and conducting youth and adult group activities.  Experience working with limited-resource individuals.

To Apply: All candidates, both internal and external, must complete the following for consideration: An online employment application AND  Utilizing the attachment option, please attach all of the following documents for consideration: Letter of interest and Current resume. 

Link: https://aamu.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp;jsessionid=B41710D4E761B266E597AB031AF7276F?JOBID=141281

Contact: April Stone, County Extension Coordinator, Shelby County office, Alabama Cooperative Extension System, ars0150@auburn.edu

WELLNESS GROUP
Contract Counselor


Opportunity: Looking for a career in a growing, fast-paced, innovative, private practice counseling agency? The Wellness Group, LLC in Clanton, Alabama is hiring a Contract Counselor position for 8am-3pm Monday through Friday! Master’s Level counselors, ALCs, LPCs, LGSWs, or LICSWs may apply. We provide quality individual, family and group counseling in our local schools and office setting.

Competitive Compensation is based on experience, expertise, and level of licensure. Counselors who are paneled for major insurances are given preference.

To Apply: Please email resume to thewellnessgroupllc@gmail.com or fax resumes to (205) 280-7737. For more information or any questions please email thwellnessgroupllc@gmail.com. At the Wellness Group, LLC, we pride ourselves on providing the finest mental health care available for children, teens and the whole family in an environment that fosters excellence. Are you a great fit to join our team?

ABC TV 33/40
News Producer


Opportunity: ABC 33/40 has an immediate opening for a creative News Producer! In this role, you will be responsible for the day-to-day production of our newscasts. This position will also work closely with the Assistant News Director, Executive Producer, Director, Assignment Desk and Anchors on the newscast and its content. In this position you will determine the content and flow of newscasts, work with management and on-air staff to generate and write stories and develop content for our web site.

Qualifications: Must have at least some previous news producing experience at a commercial TV station, although the right entry-level candidate may be considered. A journalism degree is preferred. Solid news judgment. Be a compelling and accurate writer. Be able to multitask and manage time in order to put together an exciting and informative newscast. Ability to work in a fast-paced and deadline driven environment. Strong leadership and communication skills. The ability to execute news strategies and goals in daily newscasts. Flexibility and on-the-spot problem solving abilities are a must. Proficient with non-linear editing (i.e. Avid) and newsroom systems, such as iNews.

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
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ALABAMA 4-H SCIENCE SCHOOL
Non-Residential TES Alabama 4-H Science School Environmental Instructor

 

About: The Alabama 4-H Center rests on 264 acres of lush rolling woodlands along the banks of beautiful Lay Lake and is surrounded by some of the state’s most ecologically diverse features, including the Cahaba River, Talladega National Forest, Cheaha Wilderness and Oak Mountain State Park. The center is also located only 35 miles from Birmingham, a culturally diverse city with excellent dining, music and arts.

Training/Educational opportunities: 15- day extensive staff training on all programs provided at the center; Red Cross Lifeguarding, First Aid and CPR (End of Spring Season/Beginning of Summer Season); Alabama Boating Certification Course (Fall and Spring seasons).

Seasonal, Estimated Hours Per Week 30

Season Commitment:
Spring: Mid Feb – Mid May
Summer: End of May – Mid August
Fall: Mid August – Mid December
Preference will be shown to applicants interested in making a 2 or more season commitment.

Visit our website at www.alabama4hscienceschool.org for more information.

Description: Temporary Employment Services (TES), a unit of the Auburn University Department of Human Resources, is an in-house support center established to meet the temporary employment needs of the university. TES provides qualified and dedicated temporary employees in a wide variety of occupations to meet the staffing needs throughout the campus. Temporary employees are hired for a variety of reasons with the most common being:  Assistance in the place of a regular employee who is absent for a specified period of time. Additional assistance during periods of abnormal or peak workloads. Assistance with special projects. Facilitate a wide range of programs including environmental, outdoor and experiential education such as macroinvertebrate studies, herpetology, canoeing, climbing wall, and challenge course (85%); animal care (10%); provide program maintenance and development (4%); general maintenance, grounds, housekeeping, and kitchen duties (1%).
 

Qualifications: Bachelors degree in education, environmental education, outdoor education, natural science, recreation or related field.

 

Notes: Salary Range $10.00 - $15.00/hour.  Work Hours TBD.  City position is located in: Auburn

To apply: https://www.auemployment.com/postings/26833

Contact: Amy Carbone,  Director of Environmental Education, Alabama 4-H Science School, 892 Four H Road, Columbiana, AL 35051, 205.669.4241, arw0003@auburn.edu, Website www.Alabama4HScienceSchool.org

WZDX/FOX 54 TV
Digital Content Producer

 

Opportunity: WZDX/FOX54, in the fast-growing city of Huntsville, Alabama, is seeking a Digital Content Producer to join our team. The ideal candidate thrives in a fast-paced environment and loves working on the cutting edge of digital content and social media. This position will distribute FOX54 content digitally to reach our customers whenever and wherever they are, on whatever device they are using at the time. This will include implementing best practices by platform, social listening, making data-informed decisions and copy editing for our various desktop/mobile/social outlets.

Qualification: Prefer two years of experience working as a digital producer or journalist. Excellent writing, editing and proofreading skills. Sound news judgment and ability to work as a team and autonomously. Ability to prioritize and manage requests from various sources. Outstanding interpersonal, organizational and time-management skills. Interest in digital metrics.

 

The successful candidate is a strong writer with digital experience and solid news judgment. Qualified candidates will have experience posting stories to digital/mobile/social platforms, working knowledge of online CMS software, familiarity with digital metrics, video and photo editing skills and the ability to work a flexible schedule. This person should also have an insatiable appetite for following ever-evolving news consumption habits, trends and emerging technology.

Description: Produce digital first, engaging storytelling through articles, videos, photo galleries, social media, push alerts, live streams and interactive elements. Focus on accuracy and balance in digital articles and social content through copy editing and training of staff. Monitor posts on social platforms and track trending stories via various tracking programs to help news make editorial decisions. Curate FOX54 homepage and app. Aggressively cover breaking news on all digital platforms through push alerts, live streams, social posts and web articles. Work with marketing and sales on cross-department initiatives and contests.  Assist reporters and anchors in creation of native social content.  Implement best practices on FOX54 digital and social platforms. Communicate with the newsroom about all news coming into the building.  Ensure newsroom upholds journalistic integrity across all platforms.

Contact: Shelly Wilford, mwilford@tegna.com, https://www.rocketcitynow.com/
To Apply: http://www.jobs.net/j/JdXZjDMF?idpartenaire=10101&jobdetails=true

INTERNATIONAL PAPER
Administrative Assistant


Opportunity: Anyone interested in job opportunities with our facility may apply online at www.ipaper.com/careers


Contact: Patsy Aldridge, HR Specialist, Prattville Mill, International Paper, (334) 361-5566, Patsy.Aldridge@ipaper.com


MT BROOK JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
School Counselor


Opportunity: Mountain Brook Junior High is looking for a school counselor who can cover a medical leave of absence during the Spring semester.

 

Contact: Principal Donald Clayton, claytonw@mtnbrook.k12.al.us

ABC TV 33/40
Newscast Director


Description: Perform any production duties as assigned including: Direct and TD any assigned newscasts and productions. Train production crew in cameras, audio, graphics, etc.  Supervise production crew on a daily basis.  Maintain production studio and control room. Perform other tasks related to the position as assigned, which may include website contribution.


Qualifications: Experience Directing and TDing newscasts. Knowledge of production standards and equipment. Full working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite. Ability to clearly give direction to crew while under pressure. Typing and good spelling skills necessary. Ability to read and write, college degree preferred. Must be able to lift & position 40 pound lighting instruments.

 

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/6140

ALABAMA WALDORF SCHOOL
Teacher


Opportunity: Join a Waldorf community with a harmonious, stable, and experienced faculty, a supportive Board of Trustees, and an engaged parent body. Alabama Waldorf School (nursery through 8th grade) is approaching our 35th year. We are well established in the Birmingham, AL area, and are the only fully accredited Waldorf School in Alabama. Our school is faculty held, meaning all decisions are made under the direction of faculty consensus vote. We have just over 100 students, learning in a successful multi-age classroom model in both preschool and grades programs. The Grades Main Lesson teacher position is a commitment to the looping model of moving up a grade each year with the same class of students. This model allows teachers to deeply nurture the whole child and develop strong, meaningful relationships with students, their parents/guardians, and family members.

About: Alabama Waldorf School established its curriculum utilizing the traditional Waldorf philosophy as defined by scientist, philosopher and artist Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925). Waldorf education evolved from Steiner’s thorough understanding of human development and addresses the needs of children as they move through development on every level: physical, mental, and emotional. The mission of Alabama Waldorf School is to cultivate healthy, confident, compassionate learners who excel academically, socially, and civically. Our faculty and staff are guided by reverence for the developing child, courage for the truth, and the ability to continue to learn from one another.

Description: Main Lesson Teachers develop a classroom rhythm, teaching language arts, mathematics, science, history, mythology, geography, and visual arts. Waldorf training and mentoring will provide methods and recommend materials.

 

Qualifications: The colleague we are seeking will bring a passion for teaching and an enthusiastic commitment to join this community. Candidates must be committed to presenting subject matter in a lively, engaging, and artistic way, recognizing that not all children learn in the same style.

Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree.  Waldorf Teacher Training Certificate or willingness to attend Waldorf Teacher Training.  Acceptance, as a working hypothesis for teaching (not necessarily for one’s personal beliefs), the work of Rudolf Steiner, founder of Waldorf education, as brought in Faculty studies, teacher presentations during in-school workshops and through other pertinent Waldorf training. Agreement with the school’s Policy & Procedure Manual. Experience working (not necessarily teaching) with children.

Preferred Experience: Master’s Degree in education, art, or related field. Previous Waldorf experience. Alabama Teaching Certificate. Teaching experience with children. Experience working with the consensus model of decision-making.

Notes: School Day Hours 8 am – 3:15 pm.  Minimum 35 class hours per week.  $22-25K starting salary.  Benefits available, including healthcare.  Generally, school vacations include Thanksgiving week, 2 weeks Winter Holiday, 1 week Spring Break, plus other holidays during the year. Consult the annual calendar for specifics.

To Apply: Submit resume to admin@alabamawaldorf.org and schedule a tour by emailing marketing@alabamawaldorf.org or call 205-329-3283.

 

Contact: Annie Damsky, Director of Advancement, Alabama Waldorf School, 5901 Crestwood Blvd. Birmingham, AL 35212, 205.592.0541, adamsky@alabamawaldorf.org, alabamawaldorf.org

WBMA/WJSU/WCFT
Digital Sales Manager


Opportunity: WBMA/WJSU/WCFT is seeking a Digital Sales Manager who will ensure all digital objective, including internet and mobile, exceed or meet company revenue growth goals. This person will become an expert in Sinclair’s digital capabilities and be able to deliver unique and valuable digital solutions to new and existing clients.

Description: Not every day will look the same, however, the main responsibilities of our Digital Sales Managers will include the below responsibilities: Meet with sales staff regularly to provide support and feedback on digital platform integrations or opportunities for our customers. Meet with vendors and potential vendors to improve existing and develop new programs as well as find and develop new initiatives and programs to advance the digital team. Gather new media technology and content information and research to provide the station with the most competitive advantage. Maintain high level communications with all station and corporate management, sales staff, as well as vendors. Execute training for sales management, account executives and content producers

Qualifications: Ability to lead, train and inspire sales professionals. Working knowledge of new media, digital interactive initiatives, social media and content. Hands on experience developing new business as a skilled negotiator and motivator, a proven track record of digital success. Passion for leading and contributing to a sales team with a positive mindset. Effective relationship building, customer service, communication and negotiation skills. Strong understanding of the changing landscape of integrated marketing. 5 years digital management experience, preferably in a TV sales environment. College degree preferred. Broadcast or television management experience is a plus
 

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/6099
 


DECEMBER 2021

 

ALABAMA 4H CENTER
Science School Environmental Education Instructor (Non-Residential
)

About: The Alabama 4-H Center rests on 264 acres of lush rolling woodlands along the banks of beautiful Lay Lake and is surrounded by some of the state’s most ecologically diverse features, including the Cahaba River, Talladega National Forest, Cheaha Wilderness and Oak Mountain State Park. The center is also located only 35 miles from Birmingham, a culturally diverse city with excellent dining, music and arts.

Training/Educational opportunities: 15- day extensive staff training on all programs provided at the center; Red Cross Lifeguarding, First Aid and CPR (End of Spring Season/Beginning of Summer Season); Alabama Boating Certification Course (Fall and Spring seasons).

Season Commitment:
Spring Mid Feb – Mid May
Summer: End of May – Mid August
Fall: Mid August – Mid December

Preference will be shown to applicants interested in making a 2 or more season commitment.
Visit our website at www.alabama4hscienceschool.org for more information.

Description: Temporary Employment Services (TES), a unit of the Auburn University Department of Human Resources, is an in-house support center established to meet the temporary employment needs of the university. TES provides qualified and dedicated temporary employees in a wide variety of occupations to meet the staffing needs throughout the campus. Temporary employees are hired for a variety of reasons with the most common being: Assistance in the place of a regular employee who is absent for a specified period of time.  Additional assistance during periods of abnormal or peak workloads.  Assistance with special projects.  Seasonal work.  Emergencies.

If you are looking for an employment opportunity, TES is a great way to showcase your professional skills and assist Auburn University while gaining valuable work experience within higher education.

Non-Residential Application Link: https://www.auemployment.com/postings/23669

Contact: Jonathan Harrison, Onsite Program Coordinator, The Alabama 4-H Science School, 205-669-4241, jch0042@auburn.edu
 

POLYMERSHAPES
Inside Sales Representative


Opportunity: Polymershapes offers a competitive base pay plus bonus, room for growth, and a comprehensive benefits program that includes a 401k match! 401K, Dental, Life, Medical, Vision. The Inside Sales Representative is the backbone of our drive to dominate the plastics distribution industry. You will have an extraordinary opportunity to sell a distinct value proposition that is unparalleled in the marketplace. You will represent the most extensive selection of trusted brands, a solution-oriented strategy, and an unmatched commitment to our customers.

 

Description: Build strong customer relationships, loyalty and retention through exceptional sales/service and the presentation, awareness and understanding of our active product portfolio. Handle customer inquiries, process orders and resolve customer issues promptly. Provides information, quotes, credit terms, and other specifications to customers. Place outbound calls to new and existing accounts identifying opportunities, decision makers and related customer service needs. Collaborate with office and warehouse team members to confirm that orders are processed with accuracy and efficiency and that products are distributed correctly.  Work in concert with the outside sales force to proactively increase market share. Assist with inventory management based on customer needs.

 

Qualifications: BA or BS Degree (Business, Sales, Marketing, etc.) or substantial equivalent business experience. Plastics/industrial distribution experience. 1 year or more of commercial experience. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Positive, high energy and enthusiastic with an eagerness to learn and grow. Ability to work in a dynamic, flexible environment where priorities are continually changing. Exceptional interpersonal and negotiation skills. Professional telephone and email etiquette. Excellent computer skills. Ability to work in a team-selling environment. High level of honesty and integrity. We are looking for passionate leaders who bring initiative, creativity, and put the customer at the center of all they do!

 

Compensation:  This is an opportunity to make $75-80k+ first year out of school in a “training” position. This position can lead down many paths for someone who works hard. Our average performers in our Outside Sales Roles easily make $100k plus once they have moved into that role.  Our top 10% performers will make in excess of $150k every year because of the uniqueness of our profit sharing plan.


About: Polymershapes, headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, is the premier distributor of plastic sheet, rod, tube, film, and associated products, with over 70 years of industry-leading heritage. Through our network of over 75 stocking facilities, located throughout the US, Canada, Mexico and Chile, we provide thousands of diverse customers and industries access to extensive local inventory from world-class supplier partners. We have plastic distribution’s most knowledgeable and highly trained sales and customer service team. We offer expert conversion capabilities including cut-to-size sheets, film reel conversion and CNC routing and machining. We consistently deliver innovative solutions to delight our customers. At Polymershapes, You’re the Center of All We Do!

Contact: Brian Long, General Manager-AL, MS, Polymershapes, Birmingham Plastic Suppliers, 5551 Parkwest Dr, Bessemer, AL 35022, blong@polymershapes.com, M-205-800-3678, T-205-595-0033

 

ALA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
High School Teacher


About: AIDB is sensitive to the needs of individuals who are Blind or Visually Impaired and/or Deaf or Hard of Hearing and for qualified applicants and employees will make reasonable accommodations. The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) is the world’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and service program serving individuals of all ages who are deaf, blind, deafblind and multi-disabled and their families. Founded in 1858, AIDB serves more than 30,000 infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors with hearing and vision loss throughout Alabama each year. Our services literally span a lifetime including five campuses in Talladega, eight regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia with programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf.

Description: Our employees are among the organizations’ most valuable assets and resources. We share compassion for leveling the playing field for all. Our Mission makes AIDB a unique place to work and we invite you to be a part of the miracles that happen every day.  As a High School Teacher for Alabama School for the Deaf (ASD) you will be responsible for working in a specialized classroom with students who are deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, and multi disabled. ASD is a committed to meet our students where they are. The right candidate for this job will have a passion working with students and colleagues to ensure all students receive a world class education.

 

Provide comprehensive instruction to students at ASD that includes developing and implementing lesson plans, maintaining documentation of student progress in subject matter, use of differentiated instruction that is based on individual student needs. Develop and implement Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for each assigned student in the ASD program based on school curriculum and state standards. Must be able to conduct IEP meetings with parents and colleagues.

Qualifications: You will play a vital role in the lives of our students and be a part of the miracles that happen every day at AIDB and ASD. This will be accomplished by demonstrating flexibility, positive attitude, agility, and professional maturity.  Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Special Education (HI Certification) or Deaf/Hard of Hearing Education from an accredited college/university.  Utilize full range of communication and language levels including use of sign, spoken language, and any additional modes of communication.  Must provide recent documentation of sign language proficiency (SCPI) or take a sign language proficiency evaluation (SCPI) available through AIDB. Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of INTERMEDIATE upon employment.  Must possess excellent communication skills. Possess skills in MS Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, etc.)

Preferred: Master’s Degree in Special Education and/or Deaf Education from an accredited college/university. One (1) year or more of classroom experience. A sign language proficiency evaluation of ADVANCED upon employment.

Position requirements:
Must have or be able to obtain an Alabama Teaching Certificate within the first six (6) months of employment date.
Must have or be able to obtain a HI Certification within the first thirty-six (36) months of employment.
Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of INTERMEDIATE upon employment.
Must possess a sign language proficiency of ADVANCED within the first thirty (30) months of employment.
Must complete and maintain Behavior Management training with the first twelve (12) months of employment.
Must complete and maintain CPR/First Aid training within the first twelve (12) months of employment.
A willingness to teach other subject areas as needed and depending on the schedule of our students.

Mandatory Annual training:

Medication Training
Behavior Management recertification
CPR - every 2 years
Blood Borne Pathogens
Using an AED
Mandatory Reporting - DHR
Policy and Procedure Review
Erin's Law
Jason Flatt Act

 

Upon offer of employment, the ABI/FBI record check must be completed based on the Alabama Child Protection Act of 1999 pursuant to Act 2002-457. A non-refundable fee of $48.15 is required at the scheduled appointment.

Notes: Salary: $43,263–$57,620 Scale l1 Rank 2T (BS-Class B)... $50,711 – $66,180 Scale l1 Rank 1T (MA-Class A)...  $53,986– $69,937 Scale l1 Rank AA (AA Certification)...   Benefits: Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Available, Alabama State TRS Retirement.  Deferred Compensation Options Available.  Paid Time Off.  Direct deposit required. Annual salary based on hours scheduled to work each academic school year (187 days). This is an exempt position and is not subject to overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.
 

To Apply: https://al.harrisschool.solutions/AIDB/S/Application

Contact: Teresa Heath,Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, P.O. Box 698, 1209 Fort Lashley Ave., Talladega, AL 35161, 256-761-3302, heath.teresa@aidb.org, www.aidb.org

 

ALABAMA 4H CENTER
Science School Environmental Education Instructor (Residential)


The Alabama 4-H Center rests on 264 acres of lush rolling woodlands along the banks of beautiful Lay Lake and is surrounded by some of the state’s most ecologically diverse features, including the Cahaba River, Talladega National Forest, Cheaha Wilderness and Oak Mountain State Park. The center is also located only 35 miles from Birmingham, a culturally diverse city with excellent dining, music and arts.

Training/Educational opportunities: 15- day extensive staff training on all programs provided at the center; Red Cross Lifeguarding, First Aid and CPR (End of Spring Season/Beginning of Summer Season); Alabama Boating Certification Course (Fall and Spring seasons).

Season Commitment:
Spring Mid Feb – Mid May
Summer: End of May – Mid August
Fall: Mid August – Mid December

Preference will be shown to applicants interested in making a 2 or more season commitment.
Visit our website at www.alabama4hscienceschool.org for more information.
Room Provided

Description: Temporary Employment Services (TES), a unit of the Auburn University Department of Human Resources, is an in-house support center established to meet the temporary employment needs of the university. TES provides qualified and dedicated temporary employees in a wide variety of occupations to meet the staffing needs throughout the campus. Temporary employees are hired for a variety of reasons with the most common being: Assistance in the place of a regular employee who is absent for a specified period of time.  Additional assistance during periods of abnormal or peak workloads.  Assistance with special projects.  Seasonal work.  Emergencies.


If you are looking for an employment opportunity, TES is a great way to showcase your professional skills and assist Auburn University while gaining valuable work experience within higher education.

Residential Application Link: https://www.auemployment.com/postings/23667

Contact: Jonathan Harrison, Onsite Program Coordinator, The Alabama 4-H Science School, 205-669-4241, jch0042@auburn.edu

WZDX TV FOX54
Multi-Skilled Journalist


Opportunity: WZDX FOX54, a TEGNA-owned station in the "Rocket City" also known as Huntsville, Alabama, is seeking a talented Multi-Skilled Journalist with a passion to win and be the best. We want a smart, curious, creative storyteller who knows how to craft unique and memorable stories. The perfect candidate knows how to write for all platforms through memorable writing, photography and editing. We also want a journalist who thrives live and is conversational and engaging.

Description: Develop story ideas, write, shoot and edit news stories for on-air broadcasting and all digital platforms. Write in an exciting, captivating and authentic manner. Use the latest editing and photography tools to tell great stories. Develop original content through social listening and independent sources. Deliver on-air news events in an engaging, exciting, and accurate manner. Interview news subjects and research for facts and credibility. Develop news sources for general assignment and special areas of interest. Produce news stories that are unique and captivating. Operate news gathering vehicle to and from various locations. Write and post daily on all digital platforms including social media. Enterprise news stories. Write for the web, including attaching images and streaming video. Use creative production techniques such as graphics and new forms of media (viewer pictures, webcam interviews, etc.) to enhance stories. Transmit and present exciting live reports with current technology.
 

Qualifications: BA/BS in journalism, communications or related field.  Experience: 1 Year.  Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills.  Outstanding interpersonal, organizational, and time-management.  Knowledge of ENPS and Adobe Premiere a plus.  Organizational skills and the ability to work under constant time pressure deadlines. Ability to calmly handle live, breaking news situations and changing events.  Travel: Occasionally: 10-25%
 

URL: http://www.rocketcitynow.com
Contact: http://www.jobs.net/j/JgKFCcEH?jobdetails=true
Apply Online URL: http://www.jobs.net/j/JgKFCcEH

Contact: Katina Potts-Singleton, kpottssing@tegna.com

ALA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
Elementary school School


About: AIDB is sensitive to the needs of individuals who are Blind or Visually Impaired and/or Deaf or Hard of Hearing and for qualified applicants and employees will make reasonable accommodations. The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) is the world’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and service program serving individuals of all ages who are deaf, blind, deafblind and multi-disabled and their families. Founded in 1858, AIDB serves more than 30,000 infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors with hearing and vision loss throughout Alabama each year. Our services literally span a lifetime including five campuses in Talladega, eight regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia with programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf.

 

Description: Provide comprehensive instruction to students at ASD that includes developing and implementing lesson plans, maintaining documentation of student progress in subject matter, use of differentiated instruction that is based on individual student needs. Develop and implement Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for each assigned student in the ASD program based on school curriculum and state standards. Must be able to conduct IEP meetings with parents and colleagues. Deal pleasantly and courteously with suppliers, customers, co-workers, staff from other departments, and co-workers by phone, email, other written correspondence (including the many technical communication avenues available to adults and children.

Qualifications: Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Special Education (HI Certification) or Deaf/Hard of Hearing Education from an accredited college/university. Utilize full range of communication and language levels including use of sign, spoken language, and any additional modes of communication. Must provide recent documentation of sign language proficiency (SCPI) or take a sign language proficiency evaluation (SCPI) available through AIDB. Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of INTERMEDIATE upon employment. Must possess excellent communication skills. Possess skills in MS Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, etc.)

Preferred: Master’s Degree in Special Education and/or Deaf Education from an accredited college/university. One (1) year or more of classroom experience. A sign language proficiency evaluation of ADVANCED upon employment.

 

Position requirements:
Must have or be able to obtain an Alabama Teaching Certificate within the first six (6) months of employment date.
Must possess certification in Deaf Education within first thirty-six (36) months of employment.
Must possess sign language proficiency level of INTERMEDIATE upon employment. INTERMEDIATE PLUS must be obtained within 24 months of employment. ADVANCED must be obtained within 36 months of employment.
A willingness to teach other subject areas as needed and depending on the schedule of our students.

Mandatory Annual training:

Medication Training
Behavior Management recertification
CPR - every 2 years
Blood Borne Pathogens
Using an AED
Mandatory Reporting - DHR
Policy and Procedure Review
Erin's Law
Jason Flatt Act

 

Upon offer of employment, the ABI/FBI record check must be completed based on the Alabama Child Protection Act of 1999 pursuant to Act 2002-457. A non-refundable fee of $48.15 is required at the scheduled appointment. Suitable criteria must be confirmed by the Alabama State Department of Education prior to beginning to work.

Notes: Salary: $43,263–$57,620 Scale l1 Rank 2T (BS-Class B)...   $50,711 – $66,180 Scale l1 Rank 1T (MA-Class A)...   $53,986– $69,937 Scale l1 Rank AA (AA Certification)...   Benefits: : Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Available.  Alabama State TRS Retirement.  Deferred Compensation Options Available.  Paid Time Off.  This position is funded by a grant award, funded by revenue generated, necessary for compliance or provides direct service delivery.

To Apply: https://al.harrisschool.solutions/AIDB/S/Application

Contact: Teresa Heath,Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, P.O. Box 698, 1209 Fort Lashley Ave., Talladega, AL 35161, 256-761-3302, heath.teresa@aidb.org, www.aidb.org
 

DAN CARLISLE AGENCY/ALLSTATE INSURANCE
Licensed Account Specialist

 

About: The Dan Carlisle Agency is a 45 year family owned insurance agency with an excellent culture where we treat each other like family and our clients are treated like family. We have many 60+ year clients. We specialize in personal insurance, commercial insurance, life insurance, work place benefits as well as financial services. We can teach anyone everything they need to know about insurance.

 

Description: Are you looking for a meaningful career in a local business that has national brand support people recognize and trust? This is a great opportunity to get into the insurance business and protect those that matter most to you. As an Insurance Sales Professional, you will help grow a local Allstate agency by engaging new prospects and building strong relationships in the community. You will apply insurance knowledge and sales skills to increase the customer’s understanding of the value of insurance and cultivate long-term relationships with trusted advice.

Responsibilities: Achieve sales goals through generating new business and cross-selling existing customers.  Identify and qualify sales leads generated from a variety of sources.  Help protect customers by offering Allstate products that will meet their needs. Serve your local community by helping them prepare for life’s uncertainties. Educate prospective customers on how to protect their families and assets. Provide a positive customer experience.

Qualifications: Strong interest in a Insurance career.  Sales experience preferred.  No insurance experience required but is a plus.  Candidate does not have to currently have a license but must be willing to obtain.  Must be able to obtain necessary Property & Casualty and/or Life & Health license(s) to sell insurance upon hire (existing license is a plus!).  Confident, motivated individual who works well independently and is a team player.  Able to multi-task, follow through and follow-up.  Have excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Must have a great attitude, work well with your team and have a true passion for helping others.

Benefits: Comprehensive on-the-job training.  Health Insurance, Dental, Vision, GAP and other benefits. Base Salary plus commission. Uncapped commission. Additional bonus promotions offered. Leads provided. Continuous learning and development courses, available through Allstate University. Positive work environment. Advancement opportunities.

To Apply:  Email resumes to dancarlisle@allstate.com or call directly at 205-423-6258.

Contact: Dan Carlisle, Dan Carlisle Agency, Allstate Insurance, dancarlisle@allstate.com, 205-423-6258

 

ALA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
Collaborative/Special Education teacher


About: AIDB is sensitive to the needs of individuals who are Blind or Visually Impaired and/or Deaf or Hard of Hearing and for qualified applicants and employees will make reasonable accommodations. The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) is the world’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and service program serving individuals of all ages who are deaf, blind, deafblind and multi-disabled and their families. Founded in 1858, AIDB serves more than 30,000 infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors with hearing and vision loss throughout Alabama each year. Our services literally span a lifetime including five campuses in Talladega, eight regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia with programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf.

Description: The role of teaching students with multiple disabilities to include a hearing or visual impairment will be to provide students with the opportunity to learn academic and functional life skills in a safe, loving environment in preparation for life after age 21.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will possess a love for students with multiple disabilities. All students at HKS possess a sensory impairment along with at least one other area of disability. The Helen Keller School is searching for individuals who have a heart for students with more severe special needs and are willing to do whatever is necessary to provide limitless opportunities for our students.

Must hold a valid Teaching Certificate in Collaborative Special Education.  Must be able to obtain reciprocity with the State of Alabama within six (6) months of employment.  Bachelor’s degree in Education from an accrediting college/university.

Preferred: Two (2) years of in classroom experience.  One (1) year of experience working with multi-disabled children.

Position requirements:

Must be able to physically assist students as required and as assigned.
Must complete Orientation and Mobility class within the first twelve (12) months of employment.
Must obtain certification in CPR and First Aid within the first twelve (12) months of employment.
Applicants must be able to be insured by AIDB insurance carrier.
Must complete a Deaf-Blind/Multi-Disabilities e-Learning course within in the first eighteen months of employment.
Intermediate sign language level must be attained within 30 months of employment for those employed in Hearing Impairment (HI) classrooms.
Must demonstrate competency in reading and writing Braille by scoring 90% or better on the AIDB Braille Skills Assessment Inventory within the first eighteen (18) months of employment if assigned to a VI classroom.
 

Mandatory Annual training:

Medication Training
Behavior Management recertification
CPR - every 2 years
Blood Borne Pathogens
Using an AED
Mandatory Reporting - DHR
Policy and Procedure Review
Erin's Law
Jason Flatt Act

 

Upon offer of employment, the ABI/FBI record check must be completed based on the Alabama Child Protection Act of 1999 pursuant to Act 2002-457. A non-refundable fee of $48.15 is required at the scheduled appointment. Suitable criteria must be confirmed by the Alabama State Department of Education prior to beginning to work.

Notes: Salary: : $43,263– $57,620 Scale l1 Rank 2T (BS-Class B)...   $50,711 – $66,180 Scale l1 Rank 1T (MA-Class A)...   $53,986 – $69,937 Scale l1 Rank AA (AA Certification)...   This is an exempt position, and is not subject to overtime or compensatory provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act. This position is funded by a grant award, funded by revenue generated, necessary for compliance or provides direct service delivery.

To Apply: https://al.harrisschool.solutions/AIDB/S/Application

Contact: Teresa Heath,Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, P.O. Box 698, 1209 Fort Lashley Ave., Talladega, AL 35161, 256-761-3302, heath.teresa@aidb.org, www.aidb.org
 

BRYANT BANK
Credit Underwriter (Cahaba Village location)

 

Description: Reviews and evaluates information on loan documents to determine if loan conditions meet established bank standards. Handles complex loans and/or loans of an exceptional basis requiring traditional underwriting. Determines terms and acceptability of risk prospective loans. Recommends approval or rejection of loan applications or requests additional information. Structures credit and recommends loan terms to credit approval officers. Prepares analysis and preliminary terms for credit approval, officer’s review and approval.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred. 2 years’ experience in credit analysis and/or underwriting experience.  Sound understanding of business and personal financial statements, including income statement, balance sheet and tax returns. Excellent organizational, communications skills and attention to detail. Intermediate to advanced computer skills, including the ability to use electronic mail systems, internet and Microsoft Office products.
 

Notes: Competitive salary and benefits package. Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled.

To Apply: Please send your resume to careers@bryantbank.com.


JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOLS
History Teacher/Special Education Teacher/Instructional Interventionist


Jackson County Board of Education announces the following vacancies: History Teacher, Elementary Teacher, Special Education Teacher, Instructional Interventionist

Applications should be submitted through the Teach in Alabama website.  Vacancies are also posted on the Jackson County website: www.jacksonk12.org.  Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

Contact: Jana Pope, Jackson County Board of Education P.O. Box 490 Scottsboro, AL 35768 (256) 259-9500, popej@jacksonk12.org

GARRETT COUNSELING
Counselors


We think it's a good idea to tell people what they're not going to like, right up front so they can save themselves the time and not apply if they know it's not a good fit.

 

What you will NOT like about Garrett Counseling....
1. We have high expectations. We expect our counselors to know how to provide evidence-based services in such a way that our clients can heal. If our counselors do not feel confident, we are okay with that, but we do expect them to tell us so we can offer help.
2. You can't cancel on your clients because you don't feel like talking to them that day. Cancellations are for emergency situations only.
3. You must comply with our office policies. Policies are created to keep order and we all know how much we need that!
4. You must keep precise documentation. We use these to ensure quality as well as make sure our clients are being served properly.

What you will LOVE about Garrett Counseling....
1. We are fair. You might not like our policies, but they are fair.
2. Our office staff couldn't be more supportive.
3. We love to do good things for our community.
4. We are a leader in continuing education and creativity in the counseling field.
5. We care about you.

We have both part-time (hourly) and full-time (salary) positions in-office (Jacksonville or Boaz).  Garrett Counseling is looking for a full-time salary Licensed Professional Counselor in Jacksonville, AL that is searching for a place that supports them as a human being, encourages them in their career, and expects them to act with integrity.

Let's be honest. We want counselors that do what they say they're going to do. Who steps up and does what's right even when no one else is looking. Who take pride in being a helping professional and feel that is where they belong. Who is not out there looking for the next best thing. We want professional counselors that are real and want to work for a company that cares.

Let's be real. Sometimes we are going to ask you to do things you don't want to do. Like completing your progress notes within a set time. Or going that extra step and reaching out to a referral source with an update on the client they sent. This might take time. It will definitely take some effort. But it shows our community that we care, and we expect that of you.

Let's be a team. We want people that are excited to participate in our shenanigans. We love being bold, offering services that no one else offers, and getting the word out about the crazy ways we care for our community. If you're not interested in that, please don't apply.

Let's be an inspiration. We will not tolerate any negativity. Drama breeds negativity and we will not allow that back in our company. We've worked hard to build something that fosters the support of one another, and we will not sacrifice that for any new hire. We believe that your work environment should be fun, challenging, and inspiring. We only want people with positive attitudes, who are ready to inspire their co-workers, their clients, and their communities.

Let's talk about money. Ok, so we aren't the highest paying group practice but we're not the lowest paying either. We offer our counselors a fair rate, and in exchange for that, a ton of support. We have an onboarding and training program that supports you through your first 90 days of employment. We set you up to be a source of empathy and authority in your community through social media and marketing content that you won't find anywhere else. We encourage you to grow clinically and become more than just a "sit and chat" counselor. We can fill any counselor's caseload that knows how to retain a client. We do things for our counselors that we don't have to do, but we want to because we care. If you're looking for a job with the highest paying salary, please don't apply here. You won't like it. Our price range for LPC’s is $43,000-$60,000 a year depending on location and qualifications. Our price range for ALC’s is $35,000 a year. Competitive benefits package for full-time including matching for retirement.

We know this is a lot. Like, a lot a lot. But we believe it is crucial that you know enough about us before you make the decision to apply. Please understand, we are not looking for people who are job hoppers. We're not interested in those seeking a 50 cent on hour raise. We are looking for licensed professional counselors (or ALCs) who truly want to feel part of a team, like they're a part of something bigger than themselves.

If that is you, then what are you waiting for? Fill out the dang application!

To Apply:  https://garrettcounseling.com/team_member/join-our-team/

 


NOVEMBER 2021

 

EARLY AUTISM SERVICES
Registered Behavior Technician


Description:  Working with the child in a number of skill areas, such as conversation skills, fine / gross motor skills, self-help skills, and pre-academic skills. • Communicating with the child's family in a professional matter. • Data collection and making data-based decisions. • Learning strategies and procedures to teach children with developmental delays. • Attending team meetings and coordinating with a team of therapists. • Working one on one and with others in a clinic and or in-home setting.

Qualifications: This position requires a car, and willingness to travel throughout Birmingham and surrounding areas.  RBT Credential (Preferred). Pursuit of degree in psychology, education, communicative disorders, child development, sociology, social work or related field. Experience working with young children or children with disabilities.

Note: Working with EAS provides an opportunity for personal and career growth. Behavior Technicians with EAS advance their communication, professional, and therapeutic skills, while working individually and alongside a team of therapists. Strong candidates will be able to display a commitment to helping children advance through life by helping them develop to their highest potential.

Benefits: Rewarding experience of motivating and inspiring children through ABA therapy • Health insurance (Optional dental and vision plans also available). 401(k) 4% match • Life insurance • Company issued iPad • Significant opportunities for career growth • University Partnership Discounts • $500 Sign on Bonus!

Contact: Krishonna Payne, Clinical Director, kpayne@earlyautismservices.com, 205-490-3931

BRADFORD HEALTH SERVICES
Counselor


About: Bradford Health Services is an industry leader in providing hope and healing to people with substance use disorders and associated co-occurring disorders. We currently have immediate openings for licensed counselors, social workers, marriage & family therapists for our Florence, Huntsville, Warrior, and Mobile locations in Alabama.


Bradford’s Outpatient programs are important to a patient’s continuation of care, so they stay engaged in their recovery journey after leaving an inpatient treatment program. In some cases, our outpatient programs may be the appropriate starting point for individuals committed to their recovery. Either way, our licensed counselors provide the necessary engagement and support through individual therapy, group therapy, and family therapy in an intensive outpatient programming (IOP) schedule.

 

Whether your background is in Substance Use Disorders, Mental Health, or Social Work, Bradford’s training, licensing support and overall experience can provide the valuable foundation necessary to make a difference in someone’s life. Just as each treatment plan is different, each career path at Bradford is different. Take a step forward in your career with Bradford Health Services.
 

Description: As a Counselor, you will counsel individuals and groups to promote optimum sobriety. The Counselor will help individuals address personal denial, gain an understanding of alcoholism/addiction and evaluate personal motivation and need for change. Throughout this process, the counselor will assess the patient’s emotional, physical, and psychological health to determine need for higher or lower levels of clinical care. The counselor will guide the patient to understand life areas affected by substance use, develop healthy coping skills to manage emotions and improve behavior, and ultimately develop a solid
recovery plan to prevent relapse. Perform supervision, if assigned, and document supervision according to policy and procedure. Counsel patients in individual and group therapy sessions to gain understanding of chemical dependency, adjust to being sober/clean and foster willingness to make lifestyle changes that support recovery. Conduct a comprehensive Psychosocial Assessment, ongoing assessment of high-risk patients, complete suicide risk assessment and mental status screening. Evaluate and integrate assessment findings from all disciplines and databases into a clinical summary and comprehensive treatment plan. Develop an individualized treatment plan with identified measurable goals and objectives. Manage and coordinate the patient’s work on treatment objectives while keeping the patient, clinical team, payers, and referral sources involved and/or informed of the patient’s progress or lack of progress as appropriate. Involve family members in the treatment process and address barriers to family involvement. Develop with the patient appropriate discharge plans and necessary referrals to support recovery. Formulate and document a discharge summary for patients. Maintain timely, confidential record-keeping pf patient progress. Guide patients in the development of skills and strategies to deal with their problems. Encourage patients to express their feelings, discuss what is happening in their lives and help them develop insight into themselves, their relationships and associated problems that resulted in treatment. Collect information about clients through interviews, observations, screens, and assessments. Prepares and maintains treatment records and reports. Evaluate clients’ physical or mental condition and works with an interdisciplinary team to develop individualized treatment interventions. Develop and implement the 12-step philosophy in treatment plans based on clinical experience and knowledge. Act as a client advocate to assess high risk patients, coordinate required services or to resolve emergency problems in crisis situations. Must be able to work in a cooperative manner with co-workers, managers, clients and prospective clients. Maintain clinical practice in compliance with Bradford Policy and Procedure, JCAHO Standards of Care and Alabama State Department of Mental Health guidelines. Participate in performance improvement initiatives.
 

Qualifications: Master’s degree in Social or Behavioral Science required. Professional licensure is required. If not, must be qualified to make application for ALC, LPC, LMSW, LICSW, or LMFT licensure within 90 days of hire.  2 years working experience in addiction treatment preferred. Must have had previous training and/or experience to demonstrate competency with a specia population (e.g., Adult or Adolescent population, if applicable). Provide case management in accordance with established treatment procedures and professional code of ethics. Assure documentation reflects the care delivered. Must be available for work as scheduled. Exceptional communication skills.

Florence:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=3e345f22-fefd4eee-b96f-a378822036d9&ccId=19000101_000001&lang=en_US&jobId=9200191330352_1&source=EN

Huntsville:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=3e345f22-fefd4eee-b96f-a378822036d9&ccId=19000101_000001&lang=en_US&jobId=9200192167386_1&source=EN

Mobile1:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=3e345f22-fefd4eee-b96f-a378822036d9&ccId=19000101_000001&lang=en_US&jobId=9200187634393_1&source=EN

Mobile2:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=3e345f22-fefd4eee-b96f-a378822036d9&ccId=19000101_000001&lang=en_US&jobId=9200174893853_1&source=EN

Warrior:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=3e345f22-fefd4eee-b96f-a378822036d9&ccId=19000101_000001&lang=en_US&jobId=9200178365758_1&source=EN

Contact: Stephanie Lorde, Talent Acquisition Manager, Corporate Office, Bradford Health Services, 205-244-8159, slorde@bradfordhealth.net

SINCLAIR BROADCASTING
Staff Accountant


Sinclair Television Group, Inc. has a great opportunity for you! We are seeking a Staff Accountant for our Broadcast Shared Services Center team in Birmingham, AL.
 

Description: Prepare/review: Month end close journal entries, Monthly balance sheet reconciliations, Annual budgets, Monthly forecasts, Monthly variance analysis.
 

Qualifications: The ability to work well in a fast-paced team environment. The ability to manage multiple tasks. Attention to detail. Strong accounting and analytical skills. The ability to meet multiple deadlines. Knowledge of SOX compliance. Proficiency in Microsoft Office products, specifically Excel. Oracle experience is preferred. Degree in a related field preferred. Television broadcast or media experience is preferred.

About: Make your mark in Media with Sinclair Broadcast Group, a diversified media company dedicated to connecting people with content everywhere! We have consistently led the broadcast industry since our inception, and now Sinclair owns the largest regional sports network business and one of the largest television broadcast portfolios in the country. In addition, we have affiliations with all of the major broadcast networks, own Tennis Channel, and several multicast networks including TBD and Comet. Our content is distributed over-the-air, on multi-video providers, and through our industry-leading digital media platforms. We also recently launched a free TV streaming service called STIRR. Our success is the direct result of our extraordinary employees and management team who believe in our vision and are dedicated to ensuring a great future for our employees. We are advancing the world of Media and want YOU to join our winning team!

To Apply:

https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/5904

 

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
 

WVTM-TV
Newscast Director


Opportunity: WVTM-TV has an opening for an experienced and dynamic Newscast Director. The Newscast Director is responsible for communicating and executing all technical aspects of live production, with all technical staff, including the Producer, Technical Director, Audio Operator, Studio, and Engineering. Positive pro-active attitude and schedule flexibility are necessary for this position. With a unique format, a dedication to hard news and the resources of Hearst Television, this is a rare opportunity to join one of the best.

Description: Directing broadcast newscasts. Provide creative input and will work closely with the newscast producer and production crew. Be responsible for clean technical execution of the overall look of the newscast. Must be able to call and punch a newscast. In-person attendance is required

Qualifications: Bachelor Degree in Broadcast Journalism or related field preferred.  2 years directing and technical directing fast-paced newscasts. Must also have experience with production switchers, video servers, and audio and studio equipment. MOS and basic computer network understanding. Understanding of newsroom systems ENPS and video playback systems. Candidate should be a problem solver and quick thinker, using technical know-how to resolve existing issues and to work around problems that arise during live news. The position requires shift flexibility. Shift may include early mornings and weekend duties. Newscast Director will also be required to post to website as well.

Contact: Chelsea Bowes, cswinford@hearst.com.

ONE PLACE FAMILY JUSTICE CENTER
Crisis Counselor


Status: Full-time; Exempt
Hours: Monday – Friday; 8:00 am – 5:00 pm; may require working outside regular business hours; nights, weekends and holidays
Work Site: One Place Family Justice Center 530 S. Lawrence Street Montgomery, AL

Description: The Crisis Counselor plans and implements individual, group, and family counseling services for victims of adult sexual assault, child sexual assault, victims of human trafficking/sexual exploitation and adults molested as children and their non-perpetrating significant others in the agency service areas. The Crisis Counselor will provide immediate psychological support to victims of domestic violence who arrive to the center in distress. This position may assist in the supervision of student interns in the provision of services. He/she will assist with supporting case management with other clients of One Place as part of the case management team. He/she will collaborate and work closely with One Place partner organizations to provide a coordination of services.

Major Tasks and Duties: Provide individual and family counseling to victims of child sexual assault, adult sexual assault, and sexual exploitation, as well as their non-perpetrating significant others, in the One Place service areas utilizing a trauma-informed, victim-centered best practice model. Provide safety services, information, and referral. Conduct intake/exit interviews and perform assessments. Monitor client progress and adjust treatment plans as needed.  Recommends and makes referrals to appropriate community agencies for specialized and/or long-term services for counseling needs. Provide immediate psychological support to victims who arrive to or call the center in crisis. Provide comprehensive case management service support, as needed, to include screening for sexual assault, developing individualized service plans, coordination of services, and referrals based on identified needs of victims. Design, plan, coordinate, and implement victim support groups. Document all services appropriately and in a timely manner. Complete all necessary reports such as services provided during a month and timesheets. Assist with planning and implementation of Sexual Assault Awareness month events. May assist with the supervision of student interns. Assist with providing in-service trainings for professionals. Be familiar with grant goals and objectives and ensure compliance with required services and documentation. Perform administrative functions as appropriate for position and meet organizational deadlines as indicated including assisting with program planning, development, and evaluation. Assist Community Outreach Coordinator with the development of information and/or training materials, community education, and awareness programs. May provide coverage for sexual assault victim advocacy, as needed.

Qualifications: Master's Degree in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or related field, License preferred. Two years of post-graduate experience. Completion of VSC 40+ hour Sexual Assault Counselor/Victim Advocate training. Maintain a valid Alabama driver’s license, reliable transportation, adequate auto insurance as required by State law. Pass required background check. Spanish language skills a plus. Knowledge of and experience in counseling with victims of violent crimes. Knowledge of and experience in the field of domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.  Ability to be flexible with scheduling to meet the needs and schedules of victims. Ability to maintain clear, sufficient case notes on all clients. Excellent public speaking skills and ability to provide education and training in formal and informal settings. Knowledge and skills in program planning, development, and evaluation. Knowledge of program and Code of Conduct, Ethics and HIPPA compliance regulations regarding Release of Information and protection of clients and staff member's confidentiality. Effective verbal and written communication skills. Ability to inspire and motivate participants and help them overcome barriers. Bilingual (English/Spanish) preferred. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Familiarity with an ethnically/socially diverse community, and a variety of mentoring concepts and techniques. Willing to work non-traditional hours and days to meet the needs of this position. Ability to work well with a diverse population.

Notes: Salary: From $40,000.00 per year.  Benefits: Dental insurance, Health insurance, Paid time off, Vision insurance. Schedule: Monday to Friday.

Contact: Leslie Ledbetter, Project Coordinator, One Place Family Justice Center, 334-262-7378, leslieledbetter@oneplacefjc.org, www.oneplacefjc.org

WVTM-TV
Account Executive


Opportunity: Do you want to join a premier multimedia company? When you start a career with Hearst Television, not only will you work amongst passionate professionals who take pride in what they do, but you will be a part of a progressive culture where your talents will be valued. WVTM-TV, the Hearst Television Al affiliate in Birmingham, is looking for a Multimedia Sales Account Executive.

Description: The Account Executive will be responsible for new business development on all platforms ??? TV, digital, and multicast. The ideal candidate is a self-starter, thrives in a goal-oriented team environment, has a positive attitude, and a desire to WIN! Are you ready to start a new career and make a great living? If the answer is yes, we want to hear from you!

As an Account Executive, you will be expected to work both at the station as well as outside of the station making sales calls and/or visiting with clients or potential clients. In this hybrid position, you will meet with clients in-person and have capabilities for zoom/video conference meetings as needed.

Job Responsibilities: Generate revenue and develop strategic business across all available platforms. Ensure all revenue goals are achieved. Collaborate with other departments within the TV station to ensure client satisfaction.

Qualifications: Needs to be a team player, adaptable, results-oriented, and have a desire to learn. Ability to use interpersonal communication skills to develop rapport with clients, anticipate needs, and negotiate. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications; We will train on our proprietary software. Prior sales experience and/or customer service experience preferred.

Contact: Chelsea Swinford, cswinford@hearst.com
 

VANS
Sales Associate


About: Join the Vans Family Vans® is the original action sports footwear company, rooted in authenticity and creativity. Founded in 1966, we have thrived on a legacy of impacting our greater community through four pillars: action sports, music, art and street culture. We are constantly inspired by the expressive creators within our company and community as they bring new and innovative perspectives to shape and transform the future of our business. At Vans, our culture sets us apart and influences everything we do. We are driven by our five values: We are Determined. We are Connected to our consumers and to each other. We are Inclusive. We are Expressive and Fun. Most of all, we are a family. Our purpose to enable creative expression and inspire youth culture is fostered through our inclusivity. We welcome anyone and everyone into our global family and proudly celebrate and environment where individuality is embraced, equal opportunities thrive, and everyone is empowered to reach their greatest potential. By joining our family, you will be immersed in an environment of incredibly supportive and collaborative people. We work hard across a multitude of initiatives to bring the Van Doren Spirit to life. We live for what we do.

 

Description: As one of our passionate, fun and dedicated Sales Associates, you will be the voice of our brand while elevating the consumer experience through genuine consumer connections and selling our original/innovative products. As an invaluable part of our team, you will thrive in an environment where individuality and authenticity are celebrated. If you aspire to a career in retail and are looking for a company dedicated to your personal growth to evolve into a leader of tomorrow, then Vans is for you. How You Will Make a Difference What you will do: You will build sales by maintaining a consumer centric mindset and using selling behaviors through genuine interactions with consumers. Through teamwork and productive relationships within the team, you will ensure the store is consistently recovered and consumer ready by meeting brand standards. How you will do it: By using strong verbal and nonverbal communication skills, you will work with a team to exceed sales results. You will regularly interact with consumers within the store, providing a high level of customer service. You will adhere to policies, procedures and practices that align with company directives. What success looks like: You successfully meet and exceed sales results and business goals, while building strong team partnerships. You continually provide a great consumer experience in all situations. You work well as part of a team in an inclusive store environment.

 

Qualifications: Skills for Success Years of Related Professional/Retail Experience: 0-1 year preferred but not required Educational Position Requirements: A formal education and subsequent undergraduate/graduate degrees are nice to have, but we are most interested in your total experience and professional achievements. What we expect you already know: Good communication skills, being solution oriented and able to be flexible in a fast-paced environment. What we will teach you: How to deliver a high level of customer service, how to meet and exceed sales goals, and how to work as a part of a team. We will also teach you the ins and outs of the retail business. VF Guiding Principles: Live with Integrity, Act Courageously, Be Curious, Act with Empathy, and Preserve. What’s in it For You We’re in the business of unleashing human potential, driven by the ideas, energy and commitment of our people. That’s why we offer comprehensive benefits that encourage mental, physical and financial well-being for all VF associates. When it comes to benefits, we’re the total package.   Salary/Compensation- $14 per hour.

 

To Apply: Go to MyVFBenefits.com and click on “Looking to Join VF?” to learn more.  Learn more at vfc.com We just have one question. Are you in?

Link to Website:
https://vfc.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/Vans_Retail_Careers/job/Hoover-AL/Vans-Sales-Associate--Riverchase-Galleria-438-in-Hoover--AL-_R-20210915-0355-1


Contact: Timothy Thomas (UM Alum), Store Manager, Vans 438, 2000 Galleria Cir Space 164, Hoover, AL 35244 (Inside the Riverchase Galleria), 205-402-2166
 


OCTOBER 2021

 

MAIN STREET FAMILY CARE
Clinic Development Specialist


About: Main Street Family Care is about 6 years old – opened in 2015. We currently have 23 Urgent Care/Primary Care facilities in Alabama and Georgia and we are scheduled to open 12-15 new clinics every year for the next 3 – 5 years. With this rapid growth, we are going to increase our Corporate Job Opportunities by 10 – 20 jobs per year – minimum. We have about 50 employees total in our Corporate Headquarters right now and about 300 employees total. By the end of 2022 we anticipate we will have about 350 employees and by the end of 2023 we will have 450+ employees.  We are growing fast, so there is lots of opportunity for experience!

Description: A little bit of everything, and travel. A lot. MainStreet is a rapidly growing start-up, and things move fast! You will be part of the operations team and report to the Vice President of Clinic Development. Connect with various vendors including medical vendors, office supply vendors, lawn maintenance vendors, etc. Work with various contracts and negotiate easily. Able to travel 60%-70% of the time.  You will be a master of opening new clinics starting from assisting the VP pick out the site all the way to the weeks following Opening Day. Ensure the clinic has everything it needs to succeed. Manage construction timelines. Order start-up supplies and inventory. Assist our Marketing Team with everything they need related to a new clinic. Help with projects for improving current clinic operations. Learn and master new skills easily and with enthusiasm. Ability to work long nights, work on tiny details, and/or step in to help train new staff. Prepare staff materials for clinic openings.  As you grow in your role you may take on management and leadership duties

Qualifications: Do you thrive on challenges and a fast-paced work environment? Do you take pride in your discipline, attention to detail, and efficiency… but also your ability to influence others to succeed? Do you like building systems that work AND putting the right people in place to use them? Does the idea of optimizing operations to deliver exceptional customer service in markets that need care excite you? Because you rock, you can succeed at lots of stuff!! You think of yourself as the end of the line. When there’s a new or unexpected opportunity or problem, you find a way to take advantage of it. We are a fast-growing, fun company with lots of opportunity, and with that comes the need for everyone to put on any hat at any time. You look forward to handling an infinite variety of challenges. No task is too big or too small.
 

You must be strong in these critical areas: Relationship Building, Disciplined, Time Management, Self-Starter, Organized, Entrepreneurial Spirit, Ironclad values.

 

You need to be someone who enjoys their work and takes joy in seeing a job well done. You must be tireless, relentless, and driven. You take pride in your persistence. You think about operational problems in the shower; while on vacation, you read business books. You need to be resourceful. You have never seen an obstacle you could not get over or a problem you could not solve. You get things done. Period. You are ultra-organized. You love to set up systems and then improve them. You believe in checklists and standardization.  You are resilient. You can hear feedback, deal with difficult situations, and adjust as necessary, but you always do what you think is best. You need to be good to go with the fact that we are open 7 days a week for extended hours. That means questions and issues can come up during the weekends and after normal business hours. Travel -- Our clinics are spread out across multiple states (& adding more!), you so need to be ready to travel - during the day and with overnight travel. When we open a new clinic or integrate an acquisition you will be called on for extended time at the new clinic or acquired clinics. We reimburse mileage and cover hotel costs. We plan to open 15 clinics per year; we need a road warrior
 

Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree required. Master’s Degree preferred, experience can be considered in lieu of Master’s Degree. Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Project. Must be eager, engaging, and able to travel 60% – 70% of the time. Must be able to work in our Corporate Headquarters office located in Downtown Birmingham, AL when not traveling.   Standard Drug Screen, Driving Record and Background Checks will be performed.

Contact: BG Gayle, Corporate Recruiter, Main Street Family Care, bgayle@mainstreetfamilycare.com, 205-962-1937

PROJECT HORSESHOE FARM
Community Health Fellow

 

Opportunity: The Community Health Fellowship is a unique “gap year” opportunity for top recent college graduates from across the country. Since 2009, more than 100 graduates have served as Fellows, and the program continues to grow. Some graduating senior looking for opportunities are sometimes not able to find many other options that offered such high levels of responsibility and hands-on experience in community health, education, organizational management, and leadership. Also, the organization provides housing and a monthly educational stipend. Project Horseshoe Farm offers Community Health Fellowship programs in Alabama and California. Alumni consistently express how transformative their Fellowship experience has been, and Fellows go to some of the top medical schools, graduate programs, and nonprofit organizations across the U.S.

This upcoming year, HSF is offering our traditional Gap-Year Fellowship, which will begin June of 2022 and finish July of 2023 at the Greensboro, Marion, and Pomona sites. For applicants who are available and interested, we are also offering a 6-month Fellowship opportunity in Greensboro from January through July of 2022. It will be shorter, but similar in experience to the full year Fellowship.

The application deadline for the 2022-23 gap-year Fellowship is on February 13th, 2022.The application deadline for our 6-month Fellowship in Greensboro is November 14th, 2021. Our website gives a good overview of our programs, and you can find us on Handshake. I’d also be happy to share my personal experiences with you or any interested students.

Contact: Tykira Fisher, Project Horseshoe Farm Project Horseshoe Farm, tykira.fisher@projecthsf.org


CENTRAL ALABAMA WELLNESS
Personal Care Worker


Opportunity: This is an announcement for openings for Employment under the Department of Mental Health providing Personal Care for individuals with an Intellectual Disability. An Intellectual Disability is any individual with an IQ below 70 that has difficulty thinking, processing, participating, and understanding different aspects in general life. Life skills that can be impacted include certain conceptual, social, and practical skills. The different needs of individuals with ID means that some person(s) may needs assistance with Daily Livings Skills. Services are typically provided to participants who live in their own home with family members or other responsible person who can assist with the responsibilities of administering a self-directed services program.

 

Description: PCS are categorized as a range of human assistance provided to persons with disabilities and chronic conditions to enable them to accomplish activities of daily living (ADLs) or instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs). ADLs are activities a beneficiary engages in to meet fundamental needs on a daily basis, such as eating, bathing, dressing, ambulation, and transfers from one position to another. IADLs are day-to-day tasks that allow an individual to live independently but are not considered necessary for fundamental daily functioning. Tasks can include meal preparation, hygiene, light housework, and shopping for food and clothing.

This position is located in Montevallo, Alabama.  If this is a position you are interested in and would like more information please contact Raven Moss at rmoss@Centralalabamawellness.org or at 205-688-0859.

Raven Moss, Intellectual Disabilities Support Coordinator, Mitchell Center, P.O Drawer 689, Calera, Alabama 35040, 205-651-0077 phone, 205-668-4957 fax, rmoss@centralalabamawellness.org

LIFELINE CHILDRENS SERVICES

Clinician

Opportunity: Do you have a heart for connecting with and serving families who have entered into adoption and foster care? Are you passionate about treating attachment and trauma? Lifeline Children’s Services is growing again! Lifeline is a faith-based orphan care ministry that does a great deal both domestically and internationally.

Our Counseling Department is experiencing unprecedented growth as we strive to meet the needs surfacing under the added pressure of our current health crisis. We strive to provide excellent clinical services founded in evidenced-based practices with a faith-based foundation. We know that serving families is messy and complex. We don’t shy away from the challenge, but instead, seek to treat families in these circumstances with grace and humility, while also preserving strong boundaries and ethics. We are creative and scrappy in how we serve, and we are excellent at using resources well. Our clientele, while messy, is often motivated and engaged in therapy. We are looking for clinicians who are willing to learn. Experience is a plus, but not required.

Description: Our team is or will be trained in: Theraplay®, Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI®), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Emotionally Focused Therapy (EFT), Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP), Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy (DDP).

We treat families from an attachment framework, working with a variety of modalities since there is no one size fits all approach. While taking a family approach, this could mean meeting with individuals, couples, parent/child, or whole families. Our training plan is carried out over a period of years. We are looking for people who want to make an investment in themselves and our organization for the long haul.

While attachment and trauma are the primary problems that we serve, we also work to be skilled at the myriad of complex problems that surface from adoption and foster care. This means that we also work to treat identity and birth family struggles, depression, anxiety, and more.

Qualifications: Our ideal candidate would be licensed at the LPC, LICSW, or MFT level and able to bill insurance. However, we will entertain candidates who are within a year of completing one of the mentioned licenses, and will work to help facilitate the insurance billing process. Training in one of the above mentioned modalities is a definite plus but not required. Candidate must be a self-starter who is willing to learn this niche way of counseling. Our clinicians will be provided with administrative support for billing and intake, as well as office supplies and tech support and more! Part-time options are available, or part-time growing to full-time eventually. Opportunities for Registered Play Therapy Supervision may also be included.

Candidate will office in one or both of the following locations:
--1449 Medical Park Dr S, Birmingham, AL 35213
--100 Missionary Ridge, Birmingham, AL 35242

If you are outside of this area but interested in working with Lifeline in this capacity where you are, let us know!

To Apply: Check out this link: https://lifelinechild.org/job-listing/part-time-family-therapist/


Contact: Angela Mains, MA, LPC-S | Registered Play Therapist, Program Director, Counseling Services, Office: 205.967.0811 Direct: 205.940.4621

SHELBY PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES
Licensed Counselor


Opportunity: Shelby Psychological Services, in Pelham, has space available for a licensed counselor to join our established and busy private practice. We enjoy a small group of dedicated providers working with children, adolescents, and adults. We have easy access to the interstate and draw largely from the Shelby and Chilton County areas. Full telehealth options with staff support etc. available. Our overhead structure is simple and affordable.

 

To Apply: If you are interested in learning more about our practice, please visit our website at www.shelbypsych.com. We would welcome your letter of interest and vita. Please contact us by email at gbvance45@gmail.com , or FAX (205) 664-9928.

Contact: Gaye B. Vance, Ph.D.

Also: Joanna Milkay, LPC-S, NCC, Milkay Counseling Services, LLC, Affiliated with Shelby Psychological Services, Inc., (205) 664-4010, 1940 Hwy 33, Suite A, Pelham, AL 35124
 

ALEXANDER ADVERTISING
Graphic Designer


Description: The Graphic Production Artist is responsible for supporting the marketing team with the production of graphic materials for print and digital efforts. The ideal candidate has a keen eye for detail, typography, photography, layout, and a genuine creative spirit.

Essential Job Duties (responsibilities): Assists with digital and print collateral, such as website, catalogs, email campaigns, presentations, etc. Assists with graphic design related requests and takes initiative and direction from department team members on projects. Image editing, such as color correction, retouching, clipping paths, and naming conventions.

Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (ability to demonstrate intermediate level or higher in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign). Interested candidates should contact Lisa Alexander, lisa@alexanderadvertising.com.

Contact: Lisa Alexander, President, Alexander Advertising, Inc., 2177 11th Court South, Birmingham, AL 35205, 205-939-1353, lisa@alexanderadvertising.com

 

YELLOWHAMMER ORGANICS
Marketing Internship


Opportunity: Yellowhammer Organics, LLC is a start-up company selling high quality CBD and Delta 8 products. Our products are derived from CBD hemp that's grown, processed and sold right here in the Great State of Alabama. We are looking for an enthusiastic, motivated and high energy individual to assist us in marketing and promoting our products. We are an ecommerce business, but we also travel to events and festivals to promote/sell our product line. To learn more about our company and the products we have to offer, visit our website at www.yellowhammeral.com.

 

Description: We are in search of someone who can market and promote our products on our current social media platforms, along with setting up new social medias. The individual we are seeking must have an excellent knowledge of social media platforms, be well versed in social media analytics, have a creative mindset and the ability to multi-task. Due to the nature of our industry, this opportunity is only available to those 21 and older.

 

To Apply: Qualified and interested candidates can email us at info@yellowhammeral.com. Please include your name, contact information, major, experience in any of the aforementioned areas of marketing and why you feel you are the best candidate for the position.

Contact: Adam Schober, Yellowhammer Organics, LLC, www.yellowhammeral.com, 16700 Hwy 280E #316 Chelsea, AL 35043, Ph: 205.800.4500, adam@yellowhammeral.com

 

APT RESEARCH INC.
Contracts Manager


Opportunity: APT Research is hiring a Contracts Manager to support APT Research headquarters in Huntsville, Al full time.
 

Description: The Contracts Manager is responsible for reviewing business contracts and proposals, evaluating terms and conditions, and ensuring that the agreements adhere to business requirements and legislation procedures. The ideal candidate will review contractual requirements, non-disclosure agreements, teaming agreements, terms and conditions, and ensures adherence to polices and legal requirements. Provide contracts advice to all departments, leads contract negotiations, and manages all changes in and addendums to existing contracts. Analyzes and interprets federal government regulations including FAR, DFARS, other agency supplements, and Executive Orders and performs sophisticated risk analysis. Monitors the performance of each contract and provides advice and coordination with other departments and personnel, to ensure schedules, program progress, and reporting. Monitors corporate compliance including administrative procedures, International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), Export / Import (EXIM) regulations, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and security matters. Monitors and establishes as needed contracts functions including associated processes & procedures, contracts, subcontracts and agreement templates with standard APT terms and conditions and maintain contracts database. Coordinates with the finance department to ensure correct billing and collection of contractual revenues. Perform other duties as assigned by the CEO, CFO, or other executive management team members.
 

Qualifications: A completed Bachelor's Degree in Business, or a related discipline, and 10+ years of experience working with DoD/Government contracts and Subcontracts. 10+ years of professional contract preparation and management experience. Experience administering Federal Government, GSA, and commercial contracts. Working knowledge and experience with FAR, DFAR and other Government regulations. Subcontract experience to include FAR 52.244-2 requirements, includes all phases of Subcontract development, negotiation, consent, administration, and closeout of subcontract agreements. Knowledge of federal contracting practices, laws, and acquisition regulations. Significant experience in proposal preparation and negotiation. Reliable self-starter and must work well under pressure and be able to meet tight deadlines. Proficient user of Microsoft Office Suite. Detail oriented, strong organizational skills, and able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Deep understanding of contracts, contract governance, contractual language, and the contract lifecycle. Must have knowledge and experience with various forms of government contracts including, but not limited to, cost plus fixed fee (CPFF), firm fixed price (FFP), time and materials (T&M), indefinite delivery indefinite quantity (ID/IQ), Other Transaction Agreements (OTA), multiple award contracts (MACs), FAR Part 107 Commercial Contracts, and contracts awarded under the GSA schedules.  Desired or Preferred Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: Proven FAR/DFAR/CFR/CAS knowledge required National Contracts Management Administration CFCM or CPCM certification preferred.

About: APT Research, Inc., is an engineering services company with employees who combine excellence in their disciplines with enthusiasm, versatility, and willingness to "pitch in" wherever needed to support customers, and to perform the many functions of a small company. Employees share ownership in the company and participate in corporate planning and operation. We are both motivated and empowered to provide optimum, flexible support to customers. Since APT's incorporation in June 1990, the officers have carefully and deliberately built the company's strong technical and administrative infrastructure. Experienced engineers have been chosen to lead project areas, policies and procedures have been developed to address the diverse aspects of contracting and administration, and support personnel have been selected to fill specialty roles. APT proudly continues to provide top-quality services to satisfied and loyal customers. APT is an employee-owned company specializing in conducting safety analyses for the U.S. Government. APT offers competitive salaries, advancement opportunities, and excellent benefits.

To Apply: https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2faptresearch.applicantpro.com%2fjobs%

2f2033453.html&c=E,1,j1X5S-1RFr6-KEtqbRegOQYh1pLTDgfo7N2KF5PJFMmYvik8wahSbk3as8AubmPS6Q3hhUJe-QODl1nuXViamABmoCMpPKEbBjUAR9l86A51&typo=1

Contact: Lauren Jones, APT Research, Inc., ljones@apt-research.com

ALABAMA COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE

Fulltime Position

Opportunity: We have a full-time position with benefits for which we are currently recruiting.

Description: https://www.auemployment.com/postings/25625.

 

To Apply: On-Line
 

Contact: April Stone, County Extension Coordinator, Shelby County office, Alabama Cooperative Extension System, 54 Kelley Lane, P.O. Box 1606, Columbiana AL 35051, 205.669.6763, ars0150@auburn.edu

 

THRIVE COUNSELING
Counselor

 

Opportunity: Thrive Counseling is continuing to expand and we are looking to hire a counselor for our two offices in Birmingham, 5-Points and our new Avondale office. We are looking for a Counselor (LPC), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT) or Social Worker (LICSW) who is looking to start developing a semi-private practice with the goal of building to full time. This is a great opportunity for someone who has been doing agency work or recently achieved licensure to start the transition into private practice. Now is a great time to make the move to private practice; we have a high volume of new clients and our counselors are generally starting with full caseloads. EMDR training, DBT Skills experience, Eating Disorder, or Marriage Counseling experience is a plus. Must be insurance eligible (LPC, LMFT, or LICSW).

Thrive Counseling & Psychiatry is one of the largest practices in the state with offices in Birmingham, Avondale, Hoover, Trussville, Gulf Shores, and Montgomery. We have an aggressive pay structure and our counselors average $65,000 a year with the potential to make more. We provide office space, liability insurance, insurance billing, payroll (W2 income), health insurance, IRA, and much more. Your income will be based on the clients you see but you can expect to have a full caseload almost as soon as you start.

 

At the Wellness Group, LLC, we pride ourselves on providing the finest mental health care available for children, teens and the whole family in an environment that fosters excellence. Are you a great fit to join our team?

To Apply: Email resume to jharrolle@thrivetrauma.com
 

BELK

Seasonal Retail Associate (FT/PT)

Opportunity: This holiday season Belk is offering Fulltime and Part-time seasonal opportunities such as Sales, Beauty, Support, Pick, Pack and Curbside Pickup Associates!  At Belk we have a vision to reimagine the department store. As a Seasonal Associate, you will drive store sales, metrics and execution through providing excellent customer service to every customer. You will work closely on a team that cares for our customers in an environment where we thrive by winning together. Positions and job responsibilities are cross functional and support an omni channel selling model that allows our customer to shop anywhere, anytime.

Description: Proactively greets and engages customers in a professional and friendly way. Maintains Belk professional dress standards and appearance. Supports the store to meet or exceed goals and metrics. Works professionally and pleasantly with co-workers, customers, and managers to accomplish defined tasks. Works proactively with others to complete projects. Follows policies & procedures in the associate handbook

Requirements: High School Diploma or GED equivalent. Experience in retail preferred. Communication skills.

Location: 300 Colonial Promenade Pkwy Suite 2100, Alabaster, AL 35007

 

Contact: Chandler Chisholm, Chandler_Chisholm@belk.com.  Or Ashley Turner, 704-426-6674, Ashley_s_turner@belk.com

 

WELLNESS GROUP

Counselor

Opportunity; Looking for a career in a growing, fast-paced, innovative, private practice counseling agency? The Wellness Group, LLC in Clanton, Alabama is hiring a Contract Counselor position for 8am-3pm Monday through Friday! Master’s Level counselors, ALCs, LPCs, LGSWs, or LICSWs may apply. We provide quality individual, family and group counseling in our local schools and office setting. Competitive compensation is based on experience, expertise, and level of licensure. Counselors who are paneled for major insurances are given preference.

To Apply: Please email resumes to thewellnessgroupllc@gmail.com or fax resumes to (205) 280-7737

 

ALA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND

Teacher, Collaborative Special Education (P-12)
Helen Keller School of Alabama


About: The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) is the world’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and service program serving individuals of all ages who are deaf, blind, deafblind and multi-disabled and their families. Founded in 1858, AIDB serves more than 30,000 infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors with hearing and vision loss throughout Alabama each year.

Our services literally span a lifetime including five campuses in Talladega, eight regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia with programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf.

 

AIDB is sensitive to the needs of Blind or Low Vision and Deaf or Hard of Hearing and will make reasonable accommodations for qualified applicants and employees that do not impose undue hardship and are not essential functions of the job.

Description: The role of teaching students with multiple disabilities to include a hearing or visual impairment will be to provide students with the opportunity to learn academic and functional life skills in a safe, loving environment in preparation for life after age 21.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will possess a love for students with multiple disabilities. All students at HKS possess a sensory impairment along with at least one other area of disability. The Helen Keller School is searching for individuals who have a heart for students with more severe special needs and are willing to do whatever is necessary to provide limitless opportunities for our students.
 

Must hold a valid Teaching Certificate in Collaborative Special Education.  Must be able to obtain reciprocity with the State of Alabama within six (6) months of employment. Bachelor’s degree in Education from an accrediting college/university. Two (2) years of in classroom experience.  One (1) year of experience working with multi-disabled children.
 

Must be able to physically assist students as required and as assigned. Must complete Orientation and Mobility class within the first twelve (12) months of employment. Must obtain certification in CPR and First Aid within the first twelve (12) months of employment. Applicants must be able to be insured by AIDB insurance carrier. Must complete a Deaf-Blind/Multi-Disabilities e-Learning course within in the first eighteen (18) months of employment. Intermediate sign language level must be attained within 30 months of employment for those employed in Hearing Impairment (HI) classrooms. Must demonstrate competency in reading and writing Braille by scoring 90% or better on the AIDB Braille Skills Assessment Inventory within the first eighteen (18) months of employment if assigned to a VI classroom.

Upon offer of employment, the ABI/FBI record check must be completed based on the Alabama Child Protection Act of 1999 pursuant to Act 2002-457. A non-refundable fee of $48.15 is required at the scheduled appointment. Suitable criteria must be confirmed by the Alabama State Department of Education prior to beginning to work.

SALARY: $43,263– $57,620 Scale l1 Rank 2T (BS-Class B)
$50,711 – $66,180 Scale l1 Rank 1T (MA-Class A)
$53,986 – $69,937 Scale l1 Rank AA (AA Certification)

To Apply: https://al.harrisschool.solutions/AIDB/S/Application

 

Contact: Teresa Heath, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, P.O. Box 698 | 1209 Fort Lashley Ave. Talladega, AL 35161, heath.teresa@aidb.org, O: 256-761-3302, www.aidb.or
 

HEALTH SERVICES INC.

Case Manager

Opportunity: For recent Graduates seeking employment in the Social Services Field as a Case Manager in Montevallo.

Description: Assist patients in accessing available health care, social services and related systems in order that outcomes which contribute to physical and emotional health wellness and the minimizing of economics and psychological distress.

 

Qualifications: : Previous case management experience a must. Education Bachelor’s in Nursing, Social Work or equivalent.
 

To Apply:
https://www.healthservicesinc.org/
https://www.healthservicesinc.org/employment-opportunities

Contact: Sarian Matthews Ross, director of Case Management, Health Services Inc., 334-420-5001 ext 119, sarian.ross@hservinc.org

 

ALA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND

KinderPrep Teacher
Tuscaloosa Regional Center | Office of Field Services


About: Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) is the world’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and service program serving individuals of all ages who are deaf, blind, deafblind and multi-disabled and their families. Founded in 1858, AIDB serves more than 30,000 infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors with hearing and vision loss throughout Alabama each year.

Our services literally span a lifetime including five campuses in Talladega, eight regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia - including new locations in Opelika and Decatur - and programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf.

 

AIDB is sensitive to the needs of individuals who are Blind or Visually Impaired and/or Deaf or Hard of Hearing and for qualified applicants and employees will make reasonable accommodations.

Description: Our employees are among the organization’s most valuable assets and resources. We share compassion for leveling the playing field for all. Our Mission makes AIDB a unique place to work.

AIDB Regional Centers provides a continuum of services to individuals from infancy through adulthood.

Qualifications: You will play a vital role to ensure that AIDB’s culture is reinforced and that employees feel connected, recognized and proud to be a part of the company. You will play a vital role in the lives of our consumers and be a part of the miracles that happen every day at AIDB. This will be accomplished by demonstrating flexibility, positive attitude and professional maturity.

Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in Special Education from an accredited university/college. Must hold an Alabama Teaching Certificate in Early Childhood Special Education and/or Deaf Education or Vision Impairment. A minimum Sign Language Proficiency Level (SCPI) of SURVIVAL PLUS. Must provide documentation of sign language proficiency evaluation (SCPI available through AIDB). Possess competency in use of appropriate computer programs. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of PART C/PART B services.

Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Special Education with certification in Deaf Education or Vision Impairment. One (1) year or more of classroom experience. One (1) year or more experience working with children with multi-disabilities. Willing to obtain certification in Early Childhood Special Education and/or Deaf Education or Vision Impairment within thirty-six (36) months of employment. Must acquire necessary skills through 150 hours active participation in required workshops and training in the area of certification not held. Must acquire a Sign Language Proficiency Level (SCPI) of INTERMEDIATE PLUS within twelve (12) months of employment. Must have knowledge and possess or develop competence of use and maintenance of different modes of amplification including cochlear implants, hearing aids, classroom amplification and various media equipment. Individualize instruction to meet the needs of each child implementing appropriate curriculum and materials. Perform and obtain/request assessments and records for appropriate services. Work with LEA to develop and implement appropriate IEPs on each student according to state standards and curriculum. Collect data on progress of each student and modify instruction accordingly. Compile and maintain records and reports deemed necessary (progress notes, attendance reports, testing, and IEPs) and assist in explaining to parents. Plan and implement appropriate lesson plans, substitute teacher plans, etc. Assist families in accessing other agencies, resources, providers, and/or school services. Coordinate services the child needs or is being provided. Supervise classroom aide, volunteers, interns, etc. Advocate on behalf of the needs and rights of the children and their families. Provide technical assistance, workshops, in-services, etc. to other agencies and school systems. Provide attractive, clean, appropriate and positive learning environment. Assist students in developing personal/social skills which may include proper personal hygiene skills, interpersonal skills, etc. Assure proper student use and care of personal/school amplification and vision devices. Determine standards for classroom behavior and provide appropriate discipline measures for students. Determine needed materials and supplies; submit request/recommendations as deemed necessary. Initiate, plan and implement field trips as deemed necessary. Deal with emergency situations in calm and logical manner. Be aware of individual students’ medical needs; making sure appropriate office staff and other programs and school systems are aware. Cooperate and communicate effectively and professionally all matters regarding students, regional center and AIDB, parents, teachers, administration, other personnel, and general public. Adhere to appropriate dress code and policies of the Tuscaloosa Regional Center/AIDB. Complete paperwork in a timely manner; to include IEPs, travel, consumer reports, etc. Work as a team member with the Tuscaloosa Regional Center staff, AIDB staff, and other programs and school systems. Upon offer of employment, the ABI/FBI record check must be completed based on the Alabama Child Protection Act of 1999 pursuant to Act 2002-457. A non-refundable fee of $48.15 is required at the scheduled appointment. Suitable criteria must be confirmed by the Alabama State Department of Education prior to beginning to work.

SALARY: $43,263 – $57,620 Scale l1 Rank 2T (BS-Class B Certification)
$50,711 – $6,180 Scale l1 Rank 1T (MA-Class A Certification)
$53,986 – $69,937 Scale l1 Rank AA (AA Certification)

BENEFITS: Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Available, Alabama State TRS Retirement, Deferred Compensation Options Available, Paid Time Off

To Apply: https://al.harrisschool.solutions/AIDB/S/Application

Contact: Teresa Heath, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, P.O. Box 698 | 1209 Fort Lashley Ave. Talladega, AL 35161, heath.teresa@aidb.org, O: 256-761-3302, www.aidb.org
 

CHASE LEARNING CENTER & DAYCARE

Fulltime & Part Time Positions

Opportunity: Chase Learning Center & Daycare is now hiring for several fulltime and part-time positions.

Description: Seeking candidates with experience and skill working with young children and infants.

Chase Learning Center:
-Three Full Time 2K Teachers
-Two Afternoon Closers (2pm-6pm)

Chase Infant Center
-One Afternoon Teacher (2pm-6pm)
-One Full Time Infant Teacher (7:30am-4:30pm)

Chase Youth Center
-Three Afterschool Teachers (2pm-6pm)

Website: https://chaselearningcenter.com/

Contact: Hayley Yim, Youth Director, Chase Learning Center & Daycare, 330 Canyon Park Dr, Pelham, AL 35124, 205-620-1636, 662-397-7378, chaseyouth@chaselearningcenter.com

 

UAB EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE & COUNSELING CENTER

EAP Counselor II

Opportunity: The UAB Employee Assistance & Counseling Center has 2 openings for our EAP Counselor II position. One position is permanent full time and the other position is temporary full-time with benefits (04). We are looking for individuals with marriage and family counseling experience.  Annual Salary Range: $63,875 - $103,800

Description: To provide counseling services to individuals, couples, families and groups as well as crisis and emergency intervention. To handle life threatening situations and highly sensitive information pertaining to clients and the university. Consult with department supervisors as needed regarding mental health concerns of employees. Will provide and develop psychoeducational presentations as needed for target audience. Some after hours on call duty. This is a senior level position.


Qualifications: Master's degree in Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy or other mental health discipline and six (6) years of post-license experience in mental health setting required. Work experience may NOT substitute for education requirement. Currently licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) by the Alabama Board of Examiners in Counseling (ABEC) or other current license at master's level or higher in a mental health discipline required. Certified Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP) and/or National Certified Counselor (NCC) by the National Board for Certified Counselors preferred. Successful candidate must be fully licensed as a counselor or marriage and family therapist (no associate license).

Contact: Tami Mayes Long, PhD, LPC, Director, UAB Employee Assistance and Counseling Center, University of Alabama at Birmingham, MOPS 330 | 2112 11th Avenue South, Suite 330|Birmingham, AL 35205 | P: 205.934.2281 | tamilong@uabmc.edu
 

WVTM-TV

Producer

Opportunity: WVTM-TV (Birmingham) has an opening for a strong, take-charge producer who knows how to create memorable newscasts. The right candidate will have a track record of being creative, aggressive, have the ability to make decisions and communicate the plan in a clear, concise manner. We expect excellent news judgment and a can do attitude. Candidates must have a proven track record of winning the big story, breaking news and weather. Candidates must be fast and calm under pressure and able to play well in a room of same-minded pros.

Description: Selecting, researching and writing content for live newscasts to make the newscast an ???experience??? for viewers. Working with and guiding reporters in story production. Communicating, coordinating and executing creative vision with team of anchors, reporters, meteorologists, photographers, editors, and production staff. In-person attendance is required
 

Qualifications: College degree in broadcast journalism, broadcast news, or related field preferred. Military training from Defense Information School (DINFOS) with associated producing experience will be considered. 2 years producing experience. Creative presentation style. Experience in a newsroom, the ability to remain calm under pressure and knowledge of ENPS are pluses. Military experience in a related occupation specialty will be considered. Excellent writing, spelling, grammar and copy-editing skills. Ability to multi-task and coordinate several crews and responsibilities simultaneously. An ability to summarize information into easy-to-understand components. Creative presentation style, and ability to showcase all resources and elements. Unwavering journalistic integrity and ethical standards. Must be available to work holidays, shifts that include nights, weekends and overnights, and flexible with schedule to be available during breaking news.

To Apply: Please visit careers.htv.hearst.com

Contact: Ashley Hobson, ashley.hobson@hearst.com
 

INTERNATIONAL PAPER

Business & Engineering

International Paper currently has openings for the following positions:

-Safety Supervisor
-Environmental Engineer
-Accounting Specialist II
-Administrative Assistant

In keeping with our EEO commitment, we ask that you convey this information to all individuals interested in seeking employment opportunities with International Paper to ensure that a diverse candidate pool is available for consideration. Anyone interested in job opportunities with our facility may apply online at www.ipaper.com/careers or stop by their local employment service delivery agency, (One Stop Career Center) sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. Candidates should have the qualifications listed in our advertisements.

Contact: Patsy Aldridge, HR Specialist, Prattville Mill, International Paper, Patsy.Aldridge@ipaper.com, 334-361-5566.

 

SPRING HILL COUNSELING SERVICES

Counselor

Opportunity: Spring Hill College, located in Mobile, AL, is looking for a Counselor to provide care for their college students. This is a 10 month full time position and they have 2 spots to fill by the end of October, so apply soon!! This opportunity is great for any ALC's or new professionals.

https://www.shc.edu/about/resources/employment/positions/
https://www.indeed.com/jobs?q=spring%20hill%20college&l=Mobile%2C%20AL&vjk=f50c0f650a8d3215&advn=3964701581665078

To Apply: Please send resume/CV to hbutler@shc.edu.

Contact: Shivani Bhakta MS, ALC, Director of Counseling Services, Spring Hill College, 4000 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL, 36608, Phone: 251-380-2271
 

ALABAMA WALDORF SCHOOL
Substitute Teachers

 

Description: Alabama Waldorf School is in need of qualified substitute teachers for both our Preschool (18 months - 6 years old) and Grades 1 - 8 programs.

Qualifications: We are seeking individuals who are enthusiastic, reliable, mature, and self-motivated, and interested in providing a supportive learning environment for energetic, creative, and lovable children. We prefer candidates who have experience working with preschool, elementary, and/or middle-school aged children, and/or are pursuing, or have fulfilled, degree requirements in the field of education, child development, or similar studies.

Optional Notes: Alabama Waldorf School is located at 5901 Crestwood Blvd in Birmingham. Learn more about our school and curriculum at alabamawaldorf.org

To Apply: To begin the application process, email marketing@alabamawaldorf.org to schedule a tour and complete an inquiry form at https://www.alabamawaldorf.org/employment. Email the form along with a resume to admin@alabamawaldorf.org

Contact: Annie Damsky (She/Her/Hers), Director of Advancement, Alabama Waldorf School, 5901 Crestwood Blvd., Birmingham, AL 35212, 205.592.0541, adamsky@alabamawaldorf.org


GREYSTONE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
Outside Service Professionals


Description: Members of the Outside Service Team are responsible for assuring exceptional, first-class service for our members and guests. Outside Service Team Members must give a positive first impression of the golf course as well as contribute to maintaining a functional course through the member and guest assistance, cleaning of golf carts, and other appointed tasks. The outside service position provides exceptional service in the following positions: Equipment Drop Attendant. Driving range attendant and practice ball retrieval. Initiates contact with members and guests with a robust welcome and the willingness to assist their needs. Must effectively communicate all pertinent information amongst his/her team members and supervisory staff.

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those a team member encounters while performing the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Lift, reach, bend, twist, push, pull, squat, grasp, and use arm-hand coordination on a consistent basis. The ability to lift 50 pounds occasionally. Be able to work weekends and holidays, mornings, and evenings as business demands. Must be able to stand for up to four hours.

Qualifications: Must be highly service focused with a desire to engage with guests. Ability to work well under pressure and balance multiple priorities and assignments. Demonstrated initiative – the ability to think, work, and make decisions to solve guest concerns based on sound judgment. Must be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment where continuous improvement is expected. Must be able to consistently achieve high work standards, attention to detail, accuracy, and timeliness a must. High school diploma or G.E.D. or two years’ experience in a similar customer service environment. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from guests, team members, or supervisory personnel. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions as to the course of action.

Notes: Salary: $12 Per Hour. Total Anticipated Compensation Up To: $26 per hour. Pay: $40,000.00 - $50,000.00 per year. Benefits: 50% off food purchases during shift. Golf privileges. (With Restrictions). Merchandise discounts. Staff Uniform.

Contact: Aaron Hieneman, PGA, ahieneman@greystonecc.com, 4100 Greystone Drive, Birmingham, AL 35242, 205-986-5147


GREYSTONE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
Server/Bartender


Description: Greystone Golf & Country Club is hiring Restaurant team members. Applicants with Hospitality Experience preferred, training provided.

Notes: Job Types: Full-time, Part-time. Pay: $6.00 - $10.00 per hour.  Automatic 18% applied to all checks, plus cash as earned. We offer our full-time employees: Blue Cross Blue Shield health and dental insurance. Personal days off and sick pay. 401K and more. A FUN, warm, friendly, and positive team environment. Hours for a good quality of life. Complimentary uniforms. 50% discount on meals. Fun Employee Events. Continuing Education at Greystone University.

Qualifications: Motivated, team player with a sense of urgency. Ability to work nights, weekends, and holidays. Knowledge and understanding of the foodservice/restaurant industry. Friendly and thorough; assuring product quality and consistency. All hires are contingent upon pre-employment drug screen and e-verify.

To Apply: Email Resumes to Cameron Hayes at chayes@greystonecc.com, 4100 Greystone Drive, Birmingham, AL 35242, 205-986-5147, kjohnson@greystonecc.com

APT RESEARCH
Cost Analyst

 

Opportunity: This position is contingent on contract award. APT Research is hiring a Cost Analyst for full time support in Huntsville, Al to support our RCCTO contract.
 

Description: Develop life cycle cost estimates to determine the total cost of the program. Analyze mission requirements to determine cost parameters, specific cost factors and relationships to be utilized in constructing cost models. Provide advice and technical assistance to functional specialists in identifying and evaluating program cost factors and cost impact on program alternatives. Refine and adjust cost models in response to changes in technical specifications, support requirements, design alternatives, engineering and operational trade-off proposals. Develop Independent Government Estimates to support program management needs. Review and validate PM life cycle cost estimates, independent government estimates and other cost studies. Develop, review, and validate PM economic analyses. Provide support in defending cost estimating methodologies. Utilize ACEIT in development and review of cost analyses. Support Budget Formulation process. Preparing estimates for changes in technical and/or funding baselines. Analyze mission requirements to determine cost parameters, specific cost factors, and relationships to be utilized in constructing cost models. Provide support in defending cost estimating methodologies
 

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in relevant field with 10 years' experience providing cost analysis OR Master's degree in relevant field with 8 years' experience providing cost analysis. Knowledge and skill in the application of policies, precedents, methods, and techniques of costing. Multitasking in a face paced environment. Experience with evaluating projects using different methods and options to determine the most cost-effective solution that meets the required specifications. Preparing independent government cost estimates. Refine and adjust cost models in response to changes in technical specifications, support requirements, design alternatives, engineering, and operational trade-off proposals. Must have a thorough knowledge of Cost Accounting Standards and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Experience providing cost analysis and support to defense programs. Possess excellent data-gathering, analytical, and problem-solving skills. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Experience using Automated Cost Estimating Integrated Tool (ACEIT) in development and review of cost analyses. Security Clearance Requirement: (applicants selected for positions requiring a Security Clearance will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information): Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

About: A-P-T Research, Inc., is an engineering services company with employees who combine excellence in their disciplines with enthusiasm, versatility, and willingness to "pitch in" wherever needed to support customers, and to perform the many functions of a small company. Employees share ownership in the company and participate in corporate planning and operation. We are both motivated and empowered to provide optimum, flexible support to customers. Since APT's incorporation in June 1990, the officers have carefully and deliberately built the company's strong technical and administrative infrastructure. Experienced engineers have been chosen to lead project areas, policies and procedures have been developed to address the diverse aspects of contracting and administration, and support personnel have been selected to fill specialty roles. APT proudly continues to provide top-quality services to satisfied and loyal customers.
APT is an employee-owned company specializing in conducting safety analyses for the U.S. Government. APT offers competitive salaries, advancement opportunities, and excellent benefits. APT Research is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer Minorities/Female/Disabled/Veterans. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status or other characteristics protected by law. We encourage veterans, disabled veterans and disabled individuals to apply for any open position for which they feel they are qualified. APT Research Inc. is a background screening, drug-free workplace.
 

To Apply: https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2faptresearch.applicantpro.com%

2fjobs%2f2014966.html&c=E,1,TCs77qx6hOlNdYcKbrDdVZu7O3CbS4O4cilCzsvL9M5um8JyEEZAsZfAfF-dm1fnzblH2d50Dvr7TyGb5mm2TWXEBkaBr6zLIecwUyEfRDG1nind6Hs,&typo=1
 

Contact: Lauren Jones, APT Research, Inc., Huntsville, Alabama, ljones@apt-research.com


WELLNESS GROUP

Counselors

Opportunity: Looking for a career in a growing, fast-paced, innovative, private practice counseling agency? At the Wellness Group, LLC, we pride ourselves on providing the finest mental health care available for children, teens and the whole family in an environment that fosters excellence. Are you a great fit to join our team? 

 

Description: The Wellness Group, LLC in Clanton, Alabama is hiring a Contract Counselor position for 8am-3pm Monday through Friday!  Master’s Level counselors, ALCs, LPCs, LGSWs, or LICSWs may apply. We provide quality individual, family and group counseling in our local schools and office setting. Competitive Compensation is based on experience, expertise, and level of licensure. Counselors who are paneled for major insurances are given preference.

 To Apply: Please email resumes to thewellnessgroupllc@gmail.com or fax resumes to (205) 280-7737. For more information or any questions please email thwellnessgroupllc@gmail.com.

Contact: Jared Hood, Wellness Group, Clantion, Alabama, jared.hoodlpc@gmail.com

GARRETT COUNSELING

Counselors

Opportunity: Fulltime Licensed Professional Counselor / ALC.  We are expanding our services at our Boaz, Alabama location!  Join the Garrett Counseling Team!

Description: Counselor will be expected to work an estimated 40 hours per week, minimum. Job duties will include direct client care with individuals, families or groups, administrative and clinical paperwork, community outreach, consultation, and other job duties as assigned by the Clinical Director and Director.

Qualifications: Licensed Professional Counselor or LCSW required (ALC and MSW will be considered). Experience in Play Therapy (RPT) - highly preferred.  Experience working with children and families- required.  Experience working with children under the age of 5 preferred.  Additional Credentials/Specialty Training is a plus.

Notes: Primary Location: Boaz, Alabama with expected travel to Jacksonville or Huntsville location a few times a year.  Salary Range: $32,000- $55,000

 

To Apply:  https://garrettcounseling.com/team_member/join-our-team/

 
Contact: Ashley Garrett, Owner, Garrett Counseling, 605 A Medical Center Pkwy, Boaz, AL 35957, (256) 239-5662, www.garrettcounseling.com

ALBERTVILLE CITY SCHOOLS

Teachers

About: We would love to have you join the Aggie family!  Albertville City School System is a 7A public school in northeast Alabama. Albertville is a growing community 1.5 hr north of Birmingham, 1 hour south of Huntsville, 2 hours from Chattanooga, 2.5 hours from Atlanta and Nashville. Albertville has all the charm of a small southern town with the advantages of a large 7A school. Albertville City Schools currently serves approximately 6,000 students in Pre-K through 12th grade at six schools:  Albertville High School (9-12)....   Albertville Middle School (7-8)....  Albertville Intermediate School (5-6)....  Albertville Elementary School (3-4)

To Apply: Please follow these next steps when applying for jobs with Albertville City Schools:
If you are interested in working for Albertville City Schools in the future, we invite you to go ahead and apply for the
preliminary interview on our website. Here is a step-by-step guide to show you these important next steps.
1) Visit www.albertk12.org (can also access openings from Teach Alabama website)
2) Click “Departments/Human Resources”

Contact: Annah Grace Morgan, CFRE, PR/Marketing Director, Albertville City schools, Albertville, Alabama, 256-505-1879, annahgmorgan@albertk12.org
 

Also: Vanessa Fowler, Albertville City Schools, Human Resources, vfowler@albertk12.org, 256-264-5116, Office: 256-891-1183 ext. 244
 


SEPTEMBER 2021

 

STEEL CITY SIGNS

Graphic Designer/Production Assistant

Description: This position is responsible for the design of all types of graphic designs for signage as well as dealing with customers in a courteous and professional manner. In addition you will lay the print you created onto the substrate to make the actual sign.

Qualifications: Must have experience with Graphic Design using Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, Photoshop and/or Flexisign. The applicant must understand the basics of graphic design and pay attention to detail. Understanding how to use large format printers and cutters is a plus but we will train on that part of the job.

Notes: Excellent communication and customer service skills preferred as well as excellent spelling and grammar. A natural sense of good layout combined with hands-on experience is a plus.
 

Benefits: Six paid national holidays, 40 hours paid time off after 90 days, opportunity to learn all aspects of the sign business and develop your skills, flexible schedule and potential to earn commissions. Casual work environment. Starting pay is $12.50 an hour. Pay will increase as you learn all aspects of the job and take initiative to do well.

Contact: Send Resumes to Melody Lott, mlott1960@gmail.com, Phone calls to: Gary Lott, 205-317-9599

TACO MAMA
Logistics Assistant Manager


Description: Primary responsibilities include accepting, shipping, handling of delivery materials for restaurants. Assist Warehouse Manager and Maintenance team with restaurant needs, to include repairs and routine preventative maintenance, projects, and store improvements. Order fixtures and décor for new restaurants. Stock warehouse for new stores equipment and décor needs. Manage warehouse inventory to ensure routine store needs can be fulfilled. Support event teams with setup and break down of community events. Continuously engage with and support Taco Mama stores, responding with urgency, positivity, energy, and efficient, high-level communication. Continuously demonstrate company values, including positivity, awareness, communication, teamwork, moving with urgency and looking for ways to say yes to the team.

Notes: Part time position requires 2-3 days per week commitment. Schedule can be M-W-F or T-TH. Hours generally are 8am – 4pm; may vary based on weekly priorities. Full time position is M-F with flexibility preferred. Workweek may vary depending on community events, store openings or other weekly priorities. Position earns $16 - $22 per hour. Valid Driver’s License and ability to ensure Assistant Warehouse Manager when operating company vehicles will be a condition of employment.

To Apply: Email resume to Corey Kappler at corey@tacomamaonline.com

Contact: Corey Kappler, Recruiting Coordinator, 205.789.7957, corey@tacomamaonline.com, Taco Mama Headquarters, 300 Office Park Drive, Suite 206, Mountain Brook, AL 35223

CONSUMER ATTORNEY RECORD SERVICES

Medical Review Specialist |Emphasis on Audiology Knowledge


Qualifications: Ability to interpret medical terminology for proper patient chart reviews. Computer savvy: Microsoft Word, Excel, email, and Adobe reader required. Fluent in Microsoft Office. Conscientious problem solver, willing to learn, and take personal pride in their work performance/accuracy. Exceptional attention to detail and excellent analytical, investigation, and problem-solving skills. Proven organizational and time management skills including the ability to meet required deadlines. Must have working knowledge of audiology processes, including anatomy and physiology.

Requirements: Must keep all information collected in a safe, organized, and confidential manner while maintaining confidentiality of PHI, HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules. Workspace able to accommodate computer and up to 2 monitors. Reliable high speed internet connection. Computer or laptop. Private uninterrupted workspace to maintain HIPAA Privacy and Security Rules. Ability to process work with intense detail.
 

Description: Responsible for preparing chronological medical summaries for personal injury & product liability. Organization & transfer of data files to allow for processing, invoicing, & completing mass tort medical review. Review medical records according to the criteria provided for each assignment. Create bookmarks in Adobe as per project assignments. Create highlights in Adobe for pertinent information regarding project assignment. Meeting deadlines set by the client and internally to ensure client satisfaction. Maintaining time records on special projects. Providing internal communication about the department.

To Apply: Send your resume to freelance@carsmedrec.com, Attention: Jamie Hollister

Contact: Jamie Hollister, Medical Review Manager, Consumer Attorney Record Services, 5041 Bayou Boulevard #301, Pensacola, FL 32503, www.carsmedrec.com, 800.476.0489 Ext. 2096
 

WBMA/WJSU/WCFT TV
Marketing Consultant

 

Opportunity: WBMA/WJSU/WCFT is looking for an enthusiastic, motivated Marketing/Sales Consultant who will meet or exceed revenue goals by designing creative client campaigns that drive desired business results. We are looking for someone who can connect with clients and help them achieve their business objectives through effective TV and digital advertising.


Description: Generate revenue for the station and meet monthly goals through effective outside sales techniques.  Develop new business and create results for clients through creative and effective targeted campaigns. Research and build campaign solutions, including overall branding and creative and ensure campaign execution meets client expectation. Establish trusting relationships with clients, community and Sinclair and meet all commitments with adequate preparation, delivery and follow-through.  Grow your book of business in alignment with goals while identifying companies that are expanding, relocating, hiring.  Meet or exceed revenue targets for existing, new, and digital business, as well as corporate initiatives and develop a strategy to support achievement of goals.  Grow share of clients’ advertising spend while increasing their overall spend.  Support quality deliverables to drive client results.  Support collection of receivables.  Build and enhance sales skills, to include effective story-telling, prospecting and relationship-building, negotiation, closing.  Develop capabilities to produce creative and effective campaigns


Qualifications: Passion for contributing to a sales team with a positive mindset. Bachelor's degree in a related field preferred. Driven by practical results, opportunities to learn, and opportunities to assist others with intention. Effective relationship building, customer service, communication and negotiation skills. Superior business acumen related to new media, digital interactive initiatives and social media required. Media sales experience preferred and an excellent understanding of tv and media plans, advertising marketplace, and key competition. Ability to quickly recover from adversity. Ability to effectively communicate, build rapport and relate well to all kinds of people. Professional appearance a must. Reliable transportation, valid drivers license and a satisfactory driving record. Our Marketing Consultants are some of the highest commissioned sales people in the industry. If you are interested in selling some of the best media in the industry, we want to hear from you!

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
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KEMPER INSURANCE

Claims Adjustor

Opportunities in the commercial claims department at Kemper Insurance in Birmingham, AL.  We are looking to hire graduates for entry level positions.

Contact: Michael Copeland, CPCU, Sr. Claims Manager, Infinity Auto Insurance Company, Commercial Claims Department, PO Box 2843, Clinton, IA 52733, 800.334.1661 ext 38210, michael.copeland@ipacc.com, Kemper.com

APRICOT LANE BOUTIQUE
Stylist/Keyholder


Opportunity: Apricot Lane in Birmingham at The Summit is looking for a Stylist/Keyholder. This role is primarily responsible for ensuring a great customer experience and maximum profitability. Apricot Lane is a stylish boutique filled with the latest fashions, accessories, and gifts. We are looking for experienced, fun, fashionable and talented individuals with a personal sense of style who are dedicated to delivering a unique and captivating experience to our customers.

Description: Meets company sales goals by utilizing sales techniques and communicating product knowledge to the customer; recommends merchandise selections or helps to locate merchandise based on customer needs and desires. Performs various sales and register transactions including ringing purchases, processing of cash or credit payments and counting money. Maintains an awareness of customers to both increase service levels and reduce security risks; remains current on policies regarding payment and exchanges, customer service, security practices, and other applicable operations. Maintains knowledge of current sales and promotions; maintains pricing and visual standards. Maintains standards in merchandise handling, presentation, loss prevention, and all other duties as directed by Management. Participates in visual directives including monthly store sets and zone maintenance.

Qualifications: Must be 18 years of age or older. High School diploma or equivalent. Retail or sales experience preferred. Excellent communication skills. Excellent customer service skills. Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Regular attendance is essential to this position in order to ensure adequate coverage to meet company objectives. Ability to work a very flexible work schedule, including nights, weekends, and holidays is required.

Website: https://apricotlaneboutique.com/store/birmingham/

Contact Information: Barbara Kauffman, 225 Summit Blvd Suite 99, Birmingham, AL 35243, 295-461-5627, birmingham@apricotlaneusa.com
 

McWANE CENTER
Early Childhood Education Presenter


Opportunity: The 20 hour per week Early Childhood Education Presenter at McWane Science Center is a highly visible team member stationed within Itty Bitty Magic City (IBMC) who greets visitors in a friendly and outgoing manner, keeps the entire area clean and safe at all times, presents programming, models play behavior at exhibits, and encourages parents to engage with their children. This position will rotate throughout the day between cleaning & restaging, greeting & security & program presentations. The hours for this position will generally be scheduled between Wednesday and Sunday (no Mondays or Tuesdays) and McWane Science Center closes at 5PM.

Description: Welcome visitors to Itty Bitty Magic City with enthusiasm and in a friendly manner. Continuously restage and clean area and be attentive to broken and missing items. Engage in facilitation of exhibit spaces with families and school groups. Monitor the age requirement in Itty Bitty Magic City and Tot Spot. Monitor capacity limits of area in busy times and control gate entry as needed. Monitor gate entry to ensure no children leave IBMC without an adult. Assist visitors with stroller parking. Hand out helpful information as instructed regarding programming, take home information, etc. Be familiar with the entire center in order to effectively answer questions from visitors. Present programs as assigned by supervisor. Assist in the daily preparation and clean-jup of programs as instructed. Assist in the daily opening and closing procedures of IBMC. Recognize and respond to the needs of children by using developmentally appropriate techniques.
 

Qualifications: Working towards Preschool Certification, a degree in Early Childhood Education or related field, or commensurate experience. Previous experience and enthusiasm for working with children 6 and under preferred.
Friendly, outgoing and upbeat personality with excellent communication and customer service skills. Comfort with public speaking. Knowledge of good customer service principles, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with a variety of people from various backgrounds and cultures. Must be a self-directed, creative problem solver with excellent follow-through. Ability to engage with children and adults in a friendly, outgoing and professional manner. Must be able and willing to work weekends, evenings and holidays.

Benefits: FREE membership and movie screenings, discounts in our gift shop and IMAX Dome Theater, on-site parking and the option to participate in our 403(b) retirement savings plan including company match.

To Apply; Come join our team! Please forward resume to McWane Science Center Human Resources at HR@mcwane.org. We look forward to hearing from you! EOE.

Contact: Melissa Renda, Human Resources, McWane Science Center, mrenda@mcwane.org, P: 205.714.8412, www.mcwane.org

 

ABC 33/40
General Assignment Reporter


Description: The General Assignnment Reporter will create, shoot, write and edit meaningful stories for station's newscast that can be used across multiple platforms.

No day will look the same as a Reporter, however, the main responsibilities of the role will include: Create, shoot, write and edit meaningful stories for station’s newscast that can be used across multiple platforms. Provide news on-air as directed from the news management team. Engaging with local community members. Reviewing material for fairness, accuracy, and balance. Work closely with all members of the news team, which would include Producers, Editors, Anchors,

Requirements: ABC 33/40 is looking for a take-charge General Assignment Reporter to help us continue to grow and empower our audiences! We are seeking a motivated, energetic, creative, and aggressive reporter who can think and perform outside the box. The ideal candidate should be able to develop story ideas and gather information for newscasts, have sound writing skills, a great work ethic, and a can-do attitude. The best person for this job will have excellent live shot skills and thrives on breaking stories. Proven knowledge and experience working with current media creation tools and contemporary newsroom systems. Excel in storytelling across multiple platforms. Strong writing and copy-editing skills are a must. 2 years of experience as a Reporter. Degree in Journalism or related field preferred. Must be able to work well under pressure to meet strict deadlines.


Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
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INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTER
Executive Director


Opportunity: The Center for Independent Living of Mobile invites applications to its Executive Director position (position description attached). Applicants must have an earned master's degree from an accredited institution and at least five years of professional experience leading a non-profit organization, understanding Civil Rights legislation and Independent Living principles, and demonstrated skills with financial management. Applicants will be considered continuously until the role is filled. However, primary consideration will be given to those who submit their materials by Friday, October 1, 2021.  Full-time salaried position with benefits package. Benefits include: life insurance, 14 paid holidays, accrued leave. Position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

 

Description: Oversee structure of the Center and that the programs are offered on a cross-disability and culturally diverse basis.\ Submitting to the Board of Directors an annual budget to be enacted by the Board of Directors prior to October 1st of the current fiscal year. Shall be responsible for the daily management and administration of the Independent Living Center of Mobile.  Shall represent the Independent Living Center of Mobile in the community and direct the Center’s System Advocacy efforts. Shall be responsible for operating the Center during the fiscal year within the budget enacted by the Board of Directors. Network with agencies, service providers, and stakeholders to establish a positive image and presence in the community. Provide and develop strategic direction and goals for the ILC. Provides leadership and direction for the Young Adult Activities Program (YAAP) and the Part C Program. Shall be responsible for ensuring that employees of the Independent Living Center of Mobile perform their duties within the policies and procedures approved by the Board of Directors of the Independent Living Center of Mobile. Shall establish schedules for the operation of the Center and its employees. Oversees strategic growth and shall, whenever possible, seek to expand the Center’s programs and financial resources of the Independent Living Center of Mobile. Shall keep a register of the addresses and telephone numbers of them embers of the Board of Directors of the Independent Living Center of Mobile. Shall schedule regular meetings of the Board of Directors of the Independent Living Center of Mobile. Shall ensure that the Center is in compliance with the guidelines of the Rehab Services Administration. Shall keep a record of the books and accounts of the Independent Living Center of Mobile. Shall insure that, at the close of each fiscal year, an audit is conducted by a certified public accountant of the books of the Independent Living Center of Mobile. Shall regularly present a report at the Independent Living Center of Mobile Board of Directors’ meeting to board members. Advocates and educates on behalf of persons with disabilities through the legislative process, including but not limited to, attending legislative sessions, educating legislative members with technical, factual and non-partisan information, and community/state partners to ensure legislative items and programs are appropriate and beneficial for all people with disabilities.

Qualifications: Five+ years of progressively responsible related experience, preferably in a non-profit organization, including supervising staff and working with a Board of Directors Master’s degree in counseling, psychology, business administration, management, educational leadership or related field from an accredited institution. Extensive experience in Civil Rights (e.g., Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act) compliance. Strong belief and understanding of the Independent Living philosophy and principles. Ability to keep abreast of changes related to the Independent Living Center programs and services on the state and federal level. Ability to build agreement among varying groups and to mobilize groups and individuals to action. Demonstrated effective skills in written and oral communication, interpersonal relations and public speaking. Skills and knowledge in financial management. Demonstrated effective skills in fundraising and grant writing. Demonstrated effective knowledge and skills in working in the community and developing partnerships to accomplish common goals. Demonstrated effective knowledge and skills in systems advocacy and public policy development. Knowledge and experience in assistive technology. Interest in working with cross disability and multicultural populations. Demonstrated ability to develop and implement entrepreneurial ventures. Demonstrated experience and skills in development and implementation of long-term strategic plans. Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
 

To Apply: Please submit your cover letter, resume, and list of four professional references to Ms. Darmita Flood, ILC Executive Assistant, darmitaf@ilcmobile.org. Also CC Dr. Laventrice S. Ridgeway, President for the ILC Board of Directors, laventrice@gmail.com. Applications will be considered on a continuous basis until the position is filled. Primary consideration will be given to those application submitted, materials should be submitted by Friday, October 1, 2021.

Contact: Dr. Laventrice S. Ridgeway (pronouns: he/him/his), President, Board of Directors, Independent Living Center of Mobile, laventrice@gmail.com

FAGERSTROM FINANCIAL

Financial Advisor

Opportunity: I have an exciting opportunity that will be available January 2022 and wanted to see if there was a way to post this opportunity for your current business students. I will be opening a business focused around insurance sales and financial services and building a team that will help our customers all over Alabama & Georgia with our primary office located in Hoover, Alabama. I'm looking for individuals who want a rewarding career. This position has a structured career path with employee benefits, a sign-on bonus, and a planned process for growth. I will also have opportunities for remote team members as well to serve our customers all over the state of Alabama after an initial licensing / training period. I would be grateful for the opportunity to talk with you and answer any questions or concerns you may have and also share more about this role as well as with your students!

Contact: Ryan Fagerstrom, 770-362-8292, ryanfagerstrom17@gmail.com

WBMA/WTTO/WABM
Marketing Associate


Opportunity: WBMA/WTTO/WABM is looking for a Marketing Associate who will serve as a dedicated marketing, data, and content powerhouse across the station's Sales and Solutions teams. From time to time, the Marketing Associate may manage assigned accounts in the role of a junior Marketing Consultant. The ideal candidate will be a well-organized multitasker with a passion for assisting others in the workgroup and contributing to the team's success.

Requirements: WBMA/WTTO/WABM is looking for a Marketing Associate who will serve as a dedicated marketing, data, and content powerhouse across the station’s Sales and Solutions teams. From time to time, the Marketing Associate may manage assigned accounts in the role of a junior Marketing Consultant. The ideal candidate will be a well-organized multitasker with a passion for assisting others in the workgroup and contributing to the team’s success.

Responsibilities include: Work efficiently with the team of Marketing Consultants (MC) and Management to support new and existing business in achievement of substantial client and station growth. Provide world-class administrative support to the MCs and Management and customer service to existing and new clients. Collaborate with MCs to fulfill advertising clients’ RFP requests and manage ad scheduling process. Drive research efforts to support MCs in selling integrated solutions to new and existing clients. Develop client-specific advertising solutions and associated sales collateral based on client’s needs and market opportunity. Process customer account orders and billing information with diligent attention to detail. Manage preempts and develop make good plans to accurately represent client’s delivery requirements. Project manage creative process and campaign execution for TV and digital solutions, including asset collection, production and trafficking. Manage databases to proactively run reports related to critical sales outcomes and present findings to Sales and Management teams as applicable. Provide database maintenance to ensure clean CRM and ability to pull data quickly, including determination of areas where the team can increase efficiency in marketing programs and sales strategy
Serve as a trusted advisor by conducting high quality business and industry analyses and reporting out to internal teams and external clients. Drive business goals by notifying sales team of upsell and account expansion opportunities.


Key Attributes and Qualifications: Passion and enthusiasm for playing a supporting role, and contributing to team success
Ability to communicate effectively with peers, supervisors, and colleagues. Effectively negotiate and influence with, or without authority. High emotional intelligence, empathy, competitiveness, and high level of urgency in delivering elite experiences for our internal team and external clients. Strong evidence of listening skills, verbal communication, and professional writing style. Engaged as a continuous learner with evidence of striving to be a high performer in role. Ability to work with teammates to receive, digest, and determine necessary outcomes for an assignment and meet strict deadlines while maintaining accuracy. Technologically savvy with ability to use multiple internet and software platforms to perform duties. Understanding of digital reporting and analytic metrics. Marketing or advertising experience a plus. College degree is preferred. Microsoft Excel, Project PowerPoint, Word, and Outlook.


Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
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WBMA TV
Lifestyle Show Host


Opportunity: WBMA, ABC affiliate in Birmingham, Alabama, is seeking a dynamic, energetic, and experienced full-time Host for our live lifestyle show, Talk of Alabama.

Description: No day will look the same as a host, however, the main responsibilities of the role will include: Assists with daily show preparation and content generation. Ability to conduct live and taped interviews in studio and in the field. Assist the Executive Producer with booking guests and writing teases. Able to shoot, write and edit paid and non-paid stories. Participates in pre and post-show meetings. Contributes content to the website and all digital platforms. Interacts with viewers on social media. Produce sales segments (live and pre-taped) in rundown. Create and order graphics for paid/non-paid segments. Select or provide b-roll for interviews. Call and schedule sales clients for in studio interviews and shoots. Write and deliver interviews and stories in a clear and concise manner. Meet with account executives regularly for show ideas that generate revenue

 

Requirements: WBMA, the ABC affiliate in Birmingham, Alabama, is seeking a dynamic, energetic, and experienced full-time Host for our live lifestyle show, Talk of Alabama. Talk of Alabama is a live talk show that combines paid segments along with entertainment, community and lifestyle segments. The live show airs Monday through Friday 9 am to 10 am every week. The ideal Host will produce and conduct live and taped paid and non-paid interviews, segments and packages, go live in the field, participate in product demonstrations, produce segments in the studio and in the field. You will be expected to produce daily content on a variety of platforms including the internet, social networking sites and mobile phones, in addition to television.

 

Bachelor's degree in journalism, a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and work-related experience\. A minimum of 1 year of on-air hosting experience on a Lifestyle Show or equivalent. Must have a minimum of 1 year of experience shooting video, writing and editing long and short form packages, vignettes, Facebook lives, and other on air or digital assignments as needed. Strong interviewing and interpersonal skills. Must work professionally and collaboratively and help foster a team environment with co-workers. Professional interaction and collaboration with clients and guests is required. The ability to carry out sales segments as assigned. Sharp judgment. Excellent technical skills. The ability to work well independently. Experience with live shots is required. Experience with Live-U is a plus.

While applying online, please include a link to your online demo reel
Contact:
Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
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PRUDENTIAL
Early Talent Acquisition Summit


Want to work at a financial powerhouse that is an American Fortune 500 and Fortune Global 500 company? Come and meet Prudential Financial. Open to all majors with minimum 3.0 GPA.

Prudential is hosting virtual Student Summit events for you. During the Summit, you will get the chance to learn more about early talent opportunities at Prudential: Sophomore Inclusion Program. Summer internships for rising juniors and seniors. Entry-level full-time roles for Bachelor graduates. Mid-level full-time roles for Masters graduates. Connect with employees to network virtually and play games. Reserve your seat now – virtual seats fill quickly.

Black Student Leadership Summit - Friday, September 24th, 10am - 11:30am EST. Hear from members of Black Leadership Forum, one of our employee affinity resource groups

Disability Inclusion Student Summit - Friday, October 1st, 10am - 11:30am EST. Hear from members of ADAPT, Prudential’s disability + allies employee affinity resource group

Student Veteran Summit - Friday, October 8th, 10am - 11:30am EST. Hear from members of VETNET, one of our employee affinity resource groups

Contact: Erin Evans at erin.evans@prudential.com and/or Margaret Ling at lingm@nod.org.

Margaret Ling, Project Assistant, Employer Services & Office Manager, National Organization on Disability, 77 Water Street, 13th Floor, New York, NY 10005 | direct 917.698.8882

ABC 33/40
News Producer


Opportunity: ABC 33/40 has an immediate opening for a creative News Producer! In this role, you will be responsible for the day-to-day production of our newscasts. This position will also work closely with the Executive Producer, Director, Assignment Desk and Anchors on the newscast and its content. In this position you will determine the content and flow of newscasts, work with management and on-air staff to generate and write stories and develop content for our web site.

Qualifications: Solid news judgment. Be a compelling and accurate writer. Be able to multitask and manage time in order to put together an exciting and informative newscast. Ability to work in a fast-paced and deadline driven environment. Strong leadership and communication skills. The ability to execute news strategies and goals in daily newscasts. Flexibility and on-the-spot problem solving abilities are a must. Proficient with non-linear editing (i.e. Avid) and newsroom systems, such as iNews.  Must have at least some previous news producing experience at a commercial TV station, although the right entry-level candidate may be considered. A journalism degree is preferred.


Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
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ABC 33/40
Newscast Director


Description: Perform any production duties as assigned including: Direct and TD any assigned newscasts and productions. Create graphics daily. Train production crew in cameras, audio, graphics, etc.  Supervise production crew on a daily basis. Maintain production studio and control room. Perform other tasks related to the position as assigned, which may include website contributio.\


Requirements: Experience Directing and TDing newscasts. Knowledge of production standards and equipment. Full working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite. Ability to clearly give direction to crew while under pressure. Typing and good spelling skills necessary. Ability to read and write, college degree preferred. Must be able to lift & position 40 pound lighting instruments.


Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
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AUGUST 2021

 

H&R BLOCK

Tax Professionals

 

Opportunity: HR Block is currently hiring for both first year tax professionals and experienced tax professionals in our Calera and Alabaster offices. This is a seasonal position (during tax time January-April) to prepare personal income tax returns for clients.  They will need to take a tax knowledge assessment or our virtual income tax classes to get the training they would need to prepare income tax returns.

Contact: Jennifer Norris | Senior Tax Anaylst | Multi-Unit Manager | Office:205-428-5623 | Jennifer.norris@tax.hrblock.com | 8120 Hwy 31 South, Calera, AL 35040 | 205-784-6255

PATHWAYS
Counselor


Description: Pathways Professional Counseling, sister ministry of Alabama Baptist Children’s Homes (ABCH), has an excellent full-time opportunity for a Counselor in the Mobile area. The Counselor position will provide individual and family counseling, workshops, and family life conferences in order to bring the healing ministry of Jesus Christ to children and their families.

Qualifications: Applicants must have a master’s degree in Counseling or Social Work from an accredited college or university. Current Professional Counselor License from the State of Alabama or is working toward professional licensure. Comparable licensure will be considered on a case-by-case basis. If licensure is not obtained within 6 months, the employee may be ineligible to continue employment. Experience in individual and group counseling with a wide range of clients, including children. Willing to work a flexible schedule. May also include limited evening hours to serve our Family Care home. Applicants must be able to demonstrate a good driving record and pass pre-employment screenings including criminal background. Must accept The Baptist Faith and Message and should be familiar with the general
theological beliefs of Southern Baptists.

Notes: Pathways Professional Counseling/ABCH offers excellent benefits and retirement plans including medical, dental, vision, 403(b), life and disability insurance, as well as paid vacation and sick time.

Contact: Samantha Parker, Human Resources Manager, Alabama Baptist Children’s Homes/Pathways Professional Counseling, 2681 Rocky Ridge Lane | Birmingham, AL 35216, (205) 831.8129, humanresources@alabamachild.org

THE HILLSBORO SCHOOL
After school teacher


Description:  Our mission is to design an environment that empowers our students to become the people they are meant to become. We prepare our students for fulfilling and purposeful lives. Because we want them to strive for excellence in everything they do, we emphasize healthy habits academically, emotionally, socially, spiritually, and physically. The beauty of our Montessori philosophy is the development of the whole child and how we nurture each child’s mind, heart, and intrinsic motivation to contribute creatively to society.

We are looking for high-energy persons with a passion for education, love for children and good communication skills. We are hiring for an After School Teacher for our "After School Apiary", which is an after school program for children who stay past 315 pm.  This position is from 2pm - 6pm, a start time of 3pm is acceptable as well. Responsibilities would include creating a curriculum or theme for after school students to follow. Students would play and learn until picked-up by their parents. This position would be paid for 20 hours per week (or 15 hours per week with start time of 3pm) and would give an Education Major a chance to work with children of varying ages and learning styles. This position pays $15.00/hour.

Please visit our website for more information about our school: thehillsboroschool.org.

Qualifications: Love children, Team player, Dependable, Responsible, Patience and skills to engage children in after school activities

Notes: For education majors, potential for advancement to full time teaching position as our school is growing.

Contact: Connie Edwards, Board of Directors Chairperson & Co-Founder, The Hillsboro School, 73 Elvira Road, Helena, AL 35080, (205) 864-7330, cedwards@thehillsboroschool.org

HUMAN CAPITAL SERVICES
Rebirth Marketing and Consulting LLC
Social Media Content Writer


Description: Our ideal candidate has at least 1 year of experience developing and executing social campaigns. You will have a solid knowledge and understanding of Facebook, Facebook Business Manager, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Pinterest. The ability to analyze reporting and provide recommendations for improvement and growth of the campaign goals. Self-starter comfortable working independently demonstrating they are highly organized and can maintain several projects across multiple clients. Experience working with clients in multiple fields such as legal, professional, and political requiring you to be able to manage on multiple platforms to create graphics in Canva, Adobe, and other applicable tools based on the best practice for the client needs

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or high school diploma or equivalency, with 1 Year of relevant work experience in the functions of Marketing, public Relations, Writing/Editing and Creative.

BENEFITS & PERKS: Professional development & flexible work environment.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: This is a full-time position. Qualified candidates must be able to work 40 hours per week,

(Though seasonal deadlines may require additional hours). A flexible but consistent schedule as approved by supervisor with daytime and weekend availability. Travel may occasionally be required, but overall, this is a non-travel position.

Please do not contact the organization directly about this position, but email Andrea Lewis at info@humancapitalservicesllc.com to submit your resume.

COMPENSATION: Commensurate with experience. Salary Range- $13-$17/per hour

Contact: Andrea Lewis, CEO / Sr. Consultant, Human Capital Services, LLC, (205) 434-0627, Email: andrea@humancapitalservicesllc.com, Website: http://humancapitalservicesllc.com/about-hcs/
 

PRIMROSE SCHOOL OF RIVERWOODS
Early Education Teachers

 

Opportunity: Primrose is a national franchise with 400+ preschools across the country. We have an AdvancED accreditation for early childhood education.  We are also available if students need to do any observations / internships as part of their educational career path. Primrose School of Riverwoods is seeking Full and Part Time Early Education Teachers in Helena, Alabama.

Description: Become part of a national family of accredited early education and care school serving infants through kindergarten, after-schoolers, their families and community. With our Balanced Learning approach, you will nurture curiosity, confidence, creativity and compassion by building Active Minds, Healthy Bodies and Happy Hearts. We pay above the industry average and offer benefits for full time employees

To Apply: visit www.primroseriverwoods@primroseriverwoods.com or call the school at 205-685-1905 to set up an interview.

Director - Kadie Khoury | Owners - David & Kim Wilson

Contact: David D. Wilson, Primrose School of Riverwoods, www.primroseriverwoods.com, 205-685-1905 (o), dwilson@primroseriverwoods.com
 

CVS PHARMACY
Pharmacy Technicians


Opportunity: CVS in Montevallo is looking for part-time pharmacy technicians. Anywhere from 4-30 hours a week. We can work around schedules. Latest working hours would be 8pm during the week and 6pm weekends.
 

To apply: Go to https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fCVS.com&c=E,1,DcRYvCRoEdR-M-UIiDdL8NVbxeU5PCMYSQIYLdcxPBcFlBdelsXhKsgYmkgBh_lvkrHMnExieCbCjFeZATRgqdacZuE1w_W6pYzr-IH-Ldly&typo=1


Contact: Jessica Dyson, PharmD, 205-665-1004, dyson-811@hotmail.com

GREYSTONE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
Barista


Opportunity: Greystone Golf & Country Club, a private country club, is hiring Baristas. We are looking for an energetic and dedicated individual to join our growing staff. We need part-time baristas to provide excellent customer service to our members and guests while taking orders and making coffee, tea, and other drinks to customer specifications. Baristas also prepare food orders, work the point-of-sale system, and clean & stock the café. Ideal candidates will complete these tasks quickly and efficiently while also forming good customer relationships.
 

Description: Job Type: Part time. Pay: $10 per hour. Make and serve specialty coffee and tea beverages that meet quality standards. Respond to orders, questions, and concerns in a polite and efficient manner. Maintain a clean and sanitized workstation. Follow health and safety guidelines. Adhere to recipes and presentations for food and beverage items. Be punctual and able to observe regular and consistent attendance. Contribute to a positive team environment.


Qualifications: 1+ years in the customer service industry. Experience in the coffee service industry is a plus. Friendly, outgoing, and dedicated to outstanding customer service. Tidy and self-disciplined. Detailed-oriented and passionate about product quality. All hires are contingent upon pre-employment drug screen, background check, and e-verify. The ability to make decisions to solve guest concerns based on sound judgment. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from guests, team members, or supervisory personnel. Must be comfortable working in a fast-paced environment where continuous improvement is the expectation. Must be able to consistently achieve high work standards, attention to detail, accuracy, and timeliness a must.


To Apply: Submit Resumes to: Daryl Baxter - dbaxter@greystonecc.com
 

Contact: Daryl Baxter, Greystone Golf and Country Club, 4100 Greystone Drive, Birmingham AL 35242, 205-980-5200

GREYSTONE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
Tennis Attendant


Opportunity: Greystone Golf & Country Club, a private country club, is hiring Tennis Attendants. We are looking for an energetic and dedicated individual to join our growing staff. Tennis Attendants are responsible for assuring exceptional,
first-class service for our members and guests. Tennis Team Members must give a positive first impression of the Tennis facility and contribute to maintaining a functional facility through member and guest assistance, working in the Tennis shop, and keeping the courts ready for play. The responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to using the point-of-sale system, keeping the shop tidy, taking care of courts, and assisting members. This position is part-time, and hours will vary from early morning to late evening seven days a week.


Description: Job Type: Part time. Pay: $9.25 per hour. Tennis Shop Duties: Hours: Monday – Friday 3:30 or 4:00pm-7pm, Saturday 8am-12:30 and 12:30-5pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm. Open and close the point-of-sale system to start and close shifts. Run all member charges for lessons and merchandise. Basic cleaning to tennis shop daily, including vacuuming and emptying trash cans inside tennis shop. Fold towels when needed. Answer tennis shop phone. Greet all guests when they arrive. Take court reservations and set up ball machines for members. mResponsible for locking up tennis shop and setting alarms when finishing shifts. Tennis Court Duties: Arrive before tennis shop opening to brush and line all courts for play on weekend shifts.  Fill all water jugs with fresh ice and water. Empty large trash cans and small trash cans on the court. Take all trash to dumpster. Fill outside chest coolers with ice and fill cup sleeves. Work some morning shifts on weekdays in the summer and days school is out. Help on weekends with additional outdoor projects.  Work extended hours the 4 weekends we host larger tournaments.


To apply: Submit Resumes to: Kristijan Mitrovski – kmitrovski@greystonecc.com

 

Contact: Kristijan Mitrovski, Greystone Golf and Country Club, 4100 Greystone Drive, Birmingham AL 35242, 205-980-5200

SOLUBLE BIOTECH
Laboratory / Research Technician


Opportunity: Soluble Biotech Inc. is seeking a talented and highly motivated individual to join our group in Birmingham, AL. Soluble Biotech Inc, is a biotechnology company committed to the discovery, development, and optimization of formulations required to bring protein-based therapeutics and vaccines to the market place. The company's strategy is to commercialize its products and service both independently and in collaboration with major pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies.

Description: Assessment and inventory of materials required to develop formulations and maintain molecular biology products and reagents. Assist is manufacturing and packaging of diagnostic kits. Perform detailed experimental procedures repeatedly and accurately. Maintain solution development files, specification records and other essential documentation using computer spreadsheet and database programs. May be required to maintain and calibrate instruments and/or equipment. Participate in routine laboratory tasks. Provide support to other laboratory staff.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, Biochemistry, biotechnology, or related field. Laboratory experience in analytical chemistry, protein chemistry and/or molecular biology techniques is preferred: Calculations required for the proper manufacture of solutions. pH Assessment. Liquid chromatography. UV/Vis spectrophotometry. General micro-pipetting. Gel electrophoresis. Bacterial and cell culture techniques, i.e. fermentation, gene expression, purification. Basic cellular and molecular biology techniques. Proven ability to apply a rational scientific approach to problem solving using the principles of basic sciences. Ability to work effectively and comfortably in a multi-disciplinary team under defined timelines. Ability to adapt to changes. Must possess above average computer skills, e.g. Microsoft Excel and Word. Must be able to follow SOP and detailed instructions. Demonstrated ability to independently manage projects and multi-task. Demonstrated Scientific/Technical writing skills. Must be able to perform some mathematical calculations. Must maintain a professional appearance and demeanor

Benefits: We offer our employees a competitive salary plus a comprehensive benefits package including: Medical, Dental, and Vision Healthcare Plans. Generous Paid-Time Off.

To Apply: Please submit resume and cover letter.

Contact: Chrysanty Weaver, Ph.D. Director of Research, Soluble Biotech, 200 Riverhills Business Park, Birmingham, AL 35242, cweaver@solublebiotech.com, 651-389-4839

PIONEER ELECTRIC
Communications Director


Description: This position serves as primary source of Cooperative’s public relations, promotion, marketing, and information services, developing media for member education and promotional materials. Coordinates with WordSouth the development of the Cooperative’s local pages for statewide magazine, produces news releases and coordinates videography/photography for all departments. Coordinates with PowerSouth, AREA, WordSouth and ARCmedia the development of member education materials and keeps members informed of Cooperative activities. Prepares phone, social media and bill messages for members. Develops direct mail programs and assists in preparation of membership reports. Coordinates with IT department for maintenance of the Cooperative’s website with respect to its operation and updates time sensitive information. Assists ARCmedia with monitoring of the Cooperative’s social media sites. Obtains vendor participation and promotes usage of the Coop Connections card program. Participates in local economic development meetings and events as requested.

External Communication and Member Education – Creates and maintains healthy, working relationships with area news agencies, provides media releases as needed. Coordinates with WordSouth/ARCmedia, AREA, and PowerSouth planning and writing member education and promotional materials while focusing on Cooperative objectives and messages, selecting outlets, scheduling releases, and monitoring all member education and promotional materials for the Cooperative within budgetary constraints. Develops specific promotional materials for Cooperative services. Within budgetary constraints, develops and schedules for release member education and promotional materials to encourage member participation in their Cooperative. Works with coop staff to promote the Annual meeting through local newspapers, social media and the Alabama Living magazine. Responsible for coordination of the Cooperative’s Youth Tour program and the AREA Foundation scholarship program. Assists in the promotion of and operational needs for Operation Roundup and other projects promoting community service. Works with boards, commissions, and clubs in planning and developing economic development materials as needed. Serves as point of contact for all Cooperative services during crisis situations, including storms and hurricanes.

Internal Communications – Coordinates the production of displays, their setup, and maintenance with respect to Cooperative training sessions, Annual meetings and other meetings as requested. Assists staff and Safety Coordinator in training efforts of the Cooperative by designing educational presentations using both print and electronic media. Responsible for maintaining and cataloguing cooperative audio/video/photo library. Coordinates preparation and dissemination of safety material to encourage safe work habits at work and home. Plans and coordinates, either with assistance or as the leading role, employee functions such as community-related activities (Christmas parades, company picnics, Relay for Life, etc.)

Communications Office – Develops and maintains an effective internal and external communication program for the Cooperative. Provides materials and other communications that create a sense of ownership and responsibility among members and a sense of loyalty to the Cooperative among employees. Develops annual work plans which detail anticipated programs and activities associated with the Communications Department. Submits annual work goals, annual work plans, and budgetary requirements for review, revision, and approval. Prepares monthly reports. Reviews, policies, procedures, functions, and activities of the Communications Department and makes recommendations for changes as appropriate. Keeps abreast of everchanging communication techniques and assesses the value of new techniques and formulates recommendations to the General Manager. Establishes an adequate maintenance and service schedule for assigned equipment in accordance with approved policies and procedures.

Qualifications: Education: Bachelor’s degree in journalism, public relations or other related field required. Experience: Five years’ experience working in journalism, public relations or an internal or external communication capacity or an equivalent combination of education and experience, preferably with a utility. Valid driver’s license required. Functional Competencies: Strong verbal and written communication skills, organization, creativity, critical thinking, time management skills, business acumen, principles of journalism, cooperation, collaboration, problem solving, results oriented. Residency Requirements: Within thirty minutes of Greenville office.

For further details of this position, visit our website at www.pioneerelectric.com/careers.

 

To apply: Please forward your current resume to resume@pioneerelectric.com with “Communications Director” included in the subject line. Deadline to Apply: No Later Than September 3, 2021.

Contact: Patti L. Presley, HR Director Pioneer Electric Cooperative, 334-382-4954, ppresley@pioneerelectric.com www.pioneerelectric.com, 300 Herbert Street | P.O. Box 468 | Greenville, AL 36037

YOUR CHOICE SENIOR CARE

Caregiver/Personal Care Services

Opportunity: Your Choice Senior Care has opportunities for Caregivers/CNA’s to care for our clients. This rewarding position provides consistent, flexible full time/part time/PRN hours to accommodate your personal needs, while providing a great career with a growing company. We are looking for competent caregivers to care for our clients in a professional and compassionate manner. It’s an often demanding job as you will have to be available for most of the day and week. But, it can also be very satisfying and rewarding, since people who are ill, injured, disabled or elderly are thankful for high quality assistance. The ideal candidate will be patient and friendly with excellent communication skills. You should be able to follow instructions and perform a variety of tasks to help clients.


Description: Assist with personal care, medications. Provide occasional house cleaning, laundry, and assist with meal preparation. Transport client to appointments and daily errands.

Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent. Able to pass a criminal background check. Reliable transportation. Reliable, energetic, self-motivated and well-organized, trainable

Location: Jefferson, Shelby Counties

Benefits: Travel reimbursement available for certain shifts. Flexible schedule. Direct deposit.

To Apply: Apply today and learn more about our current opportunities. We would love for you to join our team!

Contact: Glenda Parker, Hiring Manager, Your Choice Senior Care, 500 Southland Drive, Suite 224, Hoover, AL. 35226, Office: 205-773-1411.

Or: Lori Heinemann, Greater Birmingham Metro, 205.382.6222, lori@ycscusa.com, www.yourchoiceseniorcare.com

WZDX FOX TV
News Content Producer

 

Opportunity: WZDX FOX54 in Huntsville, Alabama is looking for a News Content Producer for our innovative, creative newsroom team. The producer must be curious, creative and collaborate in a newsroom with a strong editorial voice. Our show producers create interesting and informative newscasts, with an emphasis on the use of video, graphics, conversational writing and innovative formats.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will share innovative ideas for daily content, while maintaining close attention to detail. This producer must be able to write concisely and execute the goals of the newscast with near perfection, while also meeting tight deadlines. BA/BS in journalism, communications or related. Prefer at least 2 years' experience producing/line producing for newscasts. Understanding of the tenets of journalism. Proven experience producing engaging, content-driven newscasts and digital content. Strong social media skills, including an active news hound presence on Twitter and Facebook. Knowledge of ENPS and Adobe Premiere Pro preferred. Organizational skills and the ability to work under constant time-sensitive deadlines. Experience calmly handling live, breaking news situations and changing events.

Description: Craft, build, mold, visualize, conceptualize the lead story, deep-dive content, and specialized material for the newscast. Use creative production techniques like graphics, editing and new forms of media to enhance stories. Work directly with management to consistently build a high-quality news show. Use social listening research, discover and distribute content. Write in an exciting, accurate and creative way. Enterprise news stories. Lead and inspire a team to work together for a great newscast.

To Apply: http://www.jobs.net/j/JGqqHYNy


Contact: Kimberly Franklin, kfranklin@tegna.com, http://www.rocketcitynow.com
 

MONTEVALLO BOYS & GIRLS CLUB
Youth Development Professional – After-School Care


Description: Supervise members in program area, while assisting with and maintaining club program goals and settings that insure the health and safety of members.  Ensure that members: actively participate in a variety of programs and activities; seek advice and guidance from staff in regard to problems; receive caring supervision, respect, and recognition for their efforts. Organize and implement a range of program services and activities for enrolled members and visitors that are fun, instructional, and competitive, and that incorporate team building skills; initiate new programs with the approval of the Program Director; make recommendations concerning programs.  Ensure safety, positive values and ethical behavior through quality in programs, and the appearance of the Club, at all times. Provide guidance to members; act as role model. Assist in maintaining inventories of all program equipment and supplies; ensure all related supplies and equipment are maintained in good order (cleanliness and up keep of Program Area after usage).

Qualifications: 18+ years of age, good with children and teenagers, caring and professional, able to pass drug test and background check, childcare experience preferred.

 

Pay: $10/hour

Contact: Josh Weeks, Montevallo Boys & Girls Club, BGCCA, 420 Vine St, Montevallo, AL 35115, (205) 665-4466, jweeks@bgcca.org


JBS MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
Mental Health Technicians


Opportunity: The JBS (Jefferson-Blount-St. Clair Counties) Mental Health Authority is seeking to hire 3 full time Mental Health Technicians for the transitional group home. The positions are eligible for full state benefits through the Local Government Insurance Board. This is a real paid experience working with serious mental illness. The pay is reasonable and there are opportunities to do group and individual therapies with the consumers and residents.

 

To Apply: Visit website at www.JBSMHA.com for Southside Group Home.

 

Contact: Sharis Harper, Mental Health Authority, 205-213-0095, sharper@jbsmha.com
 

CHASE LEARNING CENTER

Several Positions

Opportunity: The Chase Learning Center is seeking candidates for several open positions. 

The positions are located in three areas:  The Learning Center, the Infant Center, and the Youth Center.

 

Learning Center:
Three Full Time 2K Teachers
Two Afternoon Closers (2pm-6pm)

Infant Center:
One Afternoon Teacher (2pm-6pm)
One Full Time Infant Teacher (7:30am-4:30pm)

Youth Center:
Three Afterschool Teachers (2pm-6pm)

Contact: Hayley Yim, Youth Director, Chase LC Youth Center, 205-620-1636, 662-397-7378, chaseyouth@chaselearningcenter.com

DISCOVERY DAYS PRESCHOOL
Teachers


Opportunity: Our program is known for the loving and nurturing environment that we provide to children in our care and for their families. We are seeking dedicated teachers with a passion for children, excitement for teaching and patience for understanding each child’s needs. Preschool Teacher will implement the curriculum and schedule providing an ongoing program of care and activities. The curriculum promotes the spiritual, social, emotional, mental, and physical development of each child, in accordance with The Discovery Days Preschool Center and our approach to teaching and learning.  Fulltime position.  Hours: 8:30-4:30 or 7:00-3:00 or 7:00-1:30.  Compensation:  $9.00-$15/Hr.

--Infant Teacher (2 Positions)
--Pre K (age 4/5)
--Floater (assists teachers assigned- 1 Position)

Description: Accepts responsibility for maintenance and necessary housekeeping duties of the classroom, common use areas, and playground. Plans and implements lesson plans and daily classroom schedule using guidelines provided. Build relationships with parents and staff. Uphold confidentiality. Assess each child’s developmental needs on an ongoing basis.  Responsible for naptime and bathroom activities. Attends all required staff meetings, workshops, professional development and/or other functions as determined by the Director. Observes all rules and regulations pertaining to the health, safety, and care of children.  Provides a well-kept classroom that actively engages with children, encourages creativity, explorations, and decision-making by the children. Supervises and manages daily functions for a class of children.

Qualifications: Must be 19 or older.  Early Childhood development Background and/or experience working in an early learning program is a plus. Interpersonal and leadership skills. Strong organizational skills, able to multi-task, and can manage time effectively.  Professional and dependable.  Pleasant and friendly demeanor. Safety and customer service oriented. Must meet basic requirements of local child-care regulatory agencies. Must be willing to undergo a background check in accordance with local law/regulations. FIRST AID/CPR Certification (Preferred).

Contact: Debra McGarr, Director, Discovery Days Preschool, 5487 Stadium Trace Parkway, Hoover, AL 35244, preschooldirector@discoveryumc.org, 205-987-4956

ALABAMA 4-H SCIENCE SCHOOL
Seasonal Environmental Education Instructor


Location: Alabama 4-H Center, 892 Four H Rd. Columbiana, AL 35051

Description: The Alabama 4-H Center rests on 264 acres of lush rolling woodlands along the banks of beautiful Lay Lake and is surrounded by some of the state’s most ecologically diverse features, including the Cahaba River, Talladega National Forest, Cheaha Wilderness and Oak Mountain State Park. Seasonal instructors are responsible for facilitating a wide range of programs including environmental, outdoor and experiential education such as macroinvertebrate studies, herpetology, canoeing, climbing wall, and challenge course (85%); animal care (reptiles & birds of prey) (10%); provide program maintenance and development (4%); general maintenance, grounds, housekeeping, and kitchen duties (1%).
 

Qualifications: Interest in working with youth of all ages. Interest in the outdoor, environmental education fields. Bachelors preferred. If you are still in college, email arw0003@auburn.edu about applying while still in school.

Salary/Compensation: Residential- $10 per hour + housing; Non-residential $10 - $15 (experience based)

To Apply:

If you would like to be a residential instructor apply here ... https://www.auemployment.com/postings/23667

If you live local and would like to be a nonresidential instructor apply here ... https://www.auemployment.com/postings/23669


Contact: Amy Carbone, Director of Environmental Education, The Alabama 4-H Science School, 892 Four H Road, Columbiana, AL 35051 , Office – 205.669.4241 Fax – 205.669.1364, arw0003@auburn.edu,
www.alabama4hscienceschool.org

 


JULY 2021

 

McWANE SCIENCE CENTER
Event/Group Operations Coordinator

Opportunity: The full-time Event/Group Operations Coordinator is a solution-based, detail-oriented team member responsible for the organization, planning and execution of all group-related services at McWane Science Center. Group-related services include private events (individuals and corporations), internal events and group arrival coordination.

Description: Work with external event clients to plan and execute private events and serve as a liaison to key departments within McWane Science Center to ensure clear communication and logistical planning.  Work with McWane Science Center team members to help plan and provide logistical support and/or execution of internal events and serve as a liaison to key departments within McWane Science Center to ensure clear communication and logistical planning. Responsible for coordinating and communicating details of group visits (schools, summer groups, corporate luncheons, etc.) to all relevant internal departments. Serve as point-of-contact during an on-site activity. Responsible for planning and leading weekly meetings to communicate and coordinate with other department representatives regarding all upcoming events. Accurately maintain the sales system and upcoming events database.
 

Qualifications: Attention to detail is imperative and the ability to create and execute plans that outline logistics of an event and/or group visit is a must. Communication – this position requires professional, friendly and constant communication internally and externally in both verbal and written forms. Business Acumen – this position will require a strong understanding of the daily operations and business rhythm of McWane Science Center from both an internal perspective as well as guest perspective. Strategies – this position is responsible for handling multiple tasks at the same time and will need to practice effective and efficient time management strategies. Guest Services – this position will value all guests and serve in a professional and kind manner when interacting with fellow staff members and all types of groups, clients and visitors.

High School diploma. Minimum of 2 years of experience in coordinating events and managing communication. Excellent customer service and strong verbal and written communication skills with the ability to work proactively and effectively to meet the clients’ needs.  Proven success related to problem-resolution skills. Experienced with computer applications involving spreadsheet creation, email and general documents. Flexible working hours throughout a 7-day work week including nights, weekends, and holidays required. Capable of working in a fast-paced environment independently, with little or no supervision, with flexibility and the ability to adapt to diverse and rapidly changing circumstances and deadlines. Enthusiasm for working with children of all ages as well as adults including parents and families. Must be at least 21 years of age. Possess non-expired national or county issued food safety certification or obtain no later than 30 days of hire date. Ability to work non-traditional shifts and extended days.

Benefits: Health, dental, vision and life insurance; 403(b) retirement savings plan including company match; paid time off; free membership; discounts in our gift shop and camp program; and on-site parking.

 

To Apply: Come join our team! Please forward letter of interest, resume and salary requirements to McWane Science Center Human Resources at HR@mcwane.org. EOE.

Contact: Melissa Renda, Human Resources Administrator, McWane Science Center, Birmingham, AL, P: 205.714.8412, www.mcwane.org, mrenda@mcwane.org.

NOVARTIS
Primary Care Sales Associate


Opportunity: We have a full-time Primary Care (PCP) Sales Associate role available in the Montgomery/Auburn area for a recent undergraduate alumni. The PCP Sales Associate will learn how to build and execute business plans to meet sales goals for the Montgomery/Auburn territory and drive territory sales performance. Key responsibilities include executing sales calls and business plans, driving achievement of sales targets, communicating effectively with customers including medical experts, and developing an understanding of treatment pathway for relevant therapeutic areas. A successful candidate will have excellent interpersonal and communication skills, be a self-starter, and have demonstrated leadership experience.

About: Over 6 million people in the US are affected by Heart Failure in the US with that number expected to increase to 8 million by 2030. Novartis has been at the forefront of cardiovascular treatment for decades, delivering groundbreaking medicines that extend and improve life, and that’s where we intend to stay there.We are Novartis. Join us and help reimagine medicine!

Description: The Primary Care Sales Associate is expected to learn how to build and execute business plans to meet sales goals for assigned territory. The Primary Care Sales Associate will drive territory sales performance, market share and optimal resource utilization. The Primary Care Sales Associate will also develop effective professional business relationships with customers that support delivery of business results for the CRM portfolio, and differentiate Novartis as a leader across therapeutic areas with primary care customers. The Primary Care Sales Associate will coordinate effectively, and as appropriate, with other field teams and managed markets to manage customer engagement across care settings and through transitions in patient care. This is a remote opportunity but selected candidate is expected to live in or relocate to the Montgomery/Auburn area.

Your Key Responsibilities: Learn Novartis Sales Model and Product Training and be proficient at executing sales calls. Become competent in executing business plans and drives achievement of sales targets for assigned territory, customers, or therapeutic area. Develop and apply understanding of customer organizations and networks of diverse influences that affect customer decisions (e.g. peer relationships). Executes call plans for customers, including medical experts from customer or academic communities. Calls on the right person to deliver the right message with the right frequency. Adapts and optimizes approach and communication styles during sales calls, while responding appropriately to customer needs. Understands treatment pathway for all relevant therapeutic areas, including familiarity with all types of care providers and associated transitions of care. Collaborates effectively with other customer-facing field teams (i.e. Cardiology Sales Specialists and Cardiovascular Institutional Specialists) and US Managed Market System of Care team (US MM SoC) to provide seamless customer experience across transitions of care and throughout customer organizations. Makes effective use of available technologies and channels to support sales calls.

Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ggbnzRY9z8w

Qualifications: Bachelors’ Degree (preferably in Life Sciences, Pharmacy, or Business-related discipline). Strong ability to collaborate and work cross-functionally within a matrix environment. Excellent time management, communication and negotiation skills. A passion for health care and for getting the appropriate medication to the appropriate patient. This is a remote position that will cover Key Accounts in the assigned region. Candidate must be based within that region or within a reasonable daily commuting distance. Ability to travel 60-80% over a broad geography is required, with the ability to drive and/or fly within the territory. No relocation available.

Qualifications: Experience in the promotion of cardiovascular pharmaceuticals/biotech products. Understanding of the market access, diagnostic related groups (DRG), hospital reimbursement. Demonstrated effective decision making, problem solving and strategic thinking.

To Apply: https://www.novartis.com/careers/career-search/job-details/301112BR.  The application deadline is Sunday, August 15. A cover letter is not required, and candidates must be authorized to work in the US. The position is remote but requires 60-80% travel in the Montgomery/Auburn territory, so candidates should live in or be willing to relocate to this region.

Contact: Shayna Silva (she/her), University Relations Coordinator, PRO Unlimited / Providing Services to Novartis, 181 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139, www.novartis.com, shayna.silva_ext@novartis.com

KEMPER (BIRMINGHAM)
Claims Adjuster Trainee


About: Kemper is one of the nation’s leading specialized insurers. Our success is a direct reflection of the talented and diverse people who make a positive difference in the lives of our customers every day. We believe a high-performing culture, valuable opportunities for personal development and professional challenge, and a healthy work-life balance can be highly motivating and productive. Kemper’s products and services are making a real difference to our customers, who have unique and evolving needs. By joining our team, you are helping to provide an experience to our stakeholders that delivers on our promises.

Opportunity: Kemper is growing exponentially throughout the US and we are currently searching for Adjuster Trainees who are interested in working in a dynamic, fast-paced environment. If you are looking to join a growing company, are attentive to detail, and provide solid customer service, then our teams might be right for you! College graduates welcome! Paid Training!!

Description: Take statements from insureds, claimants, and witnesses Obtain and review evidence, reports, and medical records Investigate losses and identify coverage issues. Negotiate settlements with claimants and claimant’s attorneys. Research state laws and medical terms.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree or 1+ years of insurance experience or 3 years equivalent professional experience required. Strong customer service skills. Proficient typing/computer skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

Contact: Bridget Farnan, Specialist D, Talent Acq, Kemper Corporate Services, 200 East Randolph Street, Suite 3300, Chicago , IL 60601, bfarnan@kemper.com, kemper.com

ADDUS HOMECARE
Homecare Aide


Category: Caregiver
Service Line: Personal Care Services
Location to Hire: Walker, Shelby, Chilton, Tuscaloosa, Jefferson, Blount, St. Clair

Opportunity: Addus HomeCare is hiring immediately for Home Care Aides. This rewarding, entry-level position provides consistent, flexible full time/part time/PRN hours to accommodate your personal needs, while providing a great career with a growing, innovative industry leader. If you have a drive to help others, and you are looking for a meaningful, fulfilling, independent career with an organization that encourages and supports your contribution, we invite you to join our team.

Benefits: Travel reimbursement. Flexible schedule. Direct deposit. Retirement services. Discount programs.
 

Description: Assist with personal care. Provide occasional house cleaning, laundry, and assist with meal preparation. Transport client to appointments and daily errands.


Qualifications: High school diploma or GED, or one year of in-home care services experience. Able to pass a criminal background check. Reliable transportation.  Reliable, energetic, self-motivated and well-organized
 

To Apply: 2 references (1 professional, 1 personal). We are offering virtual job interviews as a safety measure against COVID-19. Apply today and learn more about our current opportunities. Please apply at: https://www.addusjobs.com/jobs/us-al/

205-303-3256
Contact: Jamya Callens, Service Coordinator, Addus HomeCare Alabama, 3021 Lorna Rd. Suite 205, Hoover, AL 35216, Email: jcallens@addus.com, Office: 205-303-3256, Fax: 205-756-4113

 

CONTROL SYSTEMS INC.

Office Assistant


Opportunity: We are searching for an incredible Individual as Office Assistant for low upkeep work, The hours is 15 to 20hrs weekly and the compensation is $400.00 weekly.


Description: Handling Accounts Payable/Receivables. Purchasing products. Coordinating product shipping and receiving. Answering phones. Receiving mail. Ordering office supplies.

 

Qualifications: You will be working pretty independently most days, so this is a super important quality to have Task-Oriented, with the ability to initiate the follow-through for task completion. Highly Organized and Detail Oriented - The ability to organize your workflow and prioritize according.


To Apply: Interested candidates should forward their resume to craigjeffrey@engineer.com

Contact: Craig Jeffrey, Control Systems Inc, 391 Industrial Park Rd, Montevallo, AL 35115, www.controlsystemsinc.net, Craigjeffrey@engineer.com, (510) 671-6485

WZDX TV

Production Assistant

Opportunity: WZDX TV, a Tegna Broadcasting affiliate, in Huntsville AL, is looking for a Production Assistant to help us technically produce our 5:30pm and 9:00pm newscasts. You will be running live graphics, audio and editing videos for all show content. This is a "foot in the door," part-time position that will get you started in the world of technical broadcast television. If you have worked in any form of television production, we need to talk.

Description: Run live graphics, audio and editing videos for all show content. Work five days a week (30 hours) on a fast-paced, nightly newscast in a state-of-the-art control room with the latest production gear. Possess experience with technical television news production, graphics design and/or social media. Experience working in a newsroom environment will be considered.  1 year experience required.

Apply Online URL:http://www.jobs.net/j/JZvYDVgh

Contact: Regina Poston, WZDX TV/Tegna Broadcasting, rposton@tegna.com

WARRIOR WELLNESS GROUP
Licensed Therapist


Opportunity: Warrior Wellness Group, LLC, located in Alabaster, Alabama, is currently seeking applicants for the position of Licensed Professional Counselor or LICSW-PIP.  Counselors who are paneled with major insurances are preferred, as to only require an adjustment for a new location. Applicants must have proof of current license. Therapist will be starting with an already established caseload. Looking for full time applicant. Great benefit package! 

 

Qualifications: Masters degree in counseling with corresponding licenses and certifications.  RPT a plus!  For our adolescent clients, the utilization of therapeutic techniques such as play therapy or art therapy is a plus. Must be willing to see children and adolescents.

Benefits: Hiring bonus! Up to $1,000!  Annual salary based on experience. 50% health insurance paid by company. One week paid vacation after six months. After two years, two weeks paid vacation accrual. Paid holidays to include New Years Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. Sick leave General liability and professional liability provided. Short term disability/long term disability/life insurance/401(k) available. Company-wide referral system (minimum work needed to help build client base).  Administrative support (full time receptionist) with billing and scheduling.

Contact: Cherie Hickey, Owner, Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, Warrior Wellness Group, LLC, 224 1st St N Ste 250, Alabaster, Alabama 35007, Office (205) 624-2422, Fax (205) 624-3091
 

YELLOW BRICK ROAD COUNSELING

Counselor

 

Opportunity: Yellow Brick Road Counseling is looking for licensed LPC or ALC counselors to join our team! part-time and full-time positions open in Cullman LPC preferred for established caseload. You must be able to complete documentation in a timely manner, be motivated, and be willing to work with children and families. In depth responsibilities and compensation will be discussed during interview. We provide steady referrals, office space, admin and billing staff, and continued support.

COVID-19 considerations: We are currently offering Telehealth services. Our waiting rooms are currently closed. Masks are required for both employees and clients.

To Apply: Interested Candidates can send resumes to sarah.brickell@ybrcounseling.com

Contact: Sarah Brickell, Ed. S., NCC, RPT, LPC, Owner/Therapist, Yellow Brick Road Counseling, LLC, Direct Phone: (256) 708-8683, Main Phone: 1 (888) 355-7080, Fax: 1 (256) 615-8632, P.O. Box 1324, Cullman, AL 35056

HEARDMONT PARK SENIOR CENTER
Manager of Senior Services


Opportunity: Shelby County Park and Recreation Authority (SCPARA); Mary Ellen Estes Senior Community Center (Senior Center) at Heardmont Park; SCPARA – Senior Services

Manager of Senior Services (Part-time Service Position - 25 to 30 hours per week, currently 30 hours per week 8:30-2:30 PM Monday-Friday but considerations are underway for the implementation of a four day work week) (Pay Range: $15 - $19).

Description: : Plans, organizes, and directs educational, recreational and fitness programs or activities for seniors age fifty-five and older at Heardmont Park – Mary Ellen Estes Senior Community Center (Senior Center). Manages and/or delivers the daily operations through the senior center, both onsite and offsite programs and services. Daily nutritional/food services or programming for seniors – onsite and homebound.

Researches, examines, studies and analyzes recreational or educational needs and resources for Senior Citizens; May assist SCPARA GM or SCPARA Office Manager with short-term projects or assignments applicable to the overall operations of SCPARA services; Schedules maintenance and use of equipment, facilities or vehicles; Develop, implement and communicate all programs and activities to seniors; Maintains consistent communications through public postings – activity calendar, Facebook, email communications with database or designated program participants, and standard verbal communications; Coordinates programs and services with local agencies such as M4A, Shelby County RSVP, Shelby County Department of Community Services and others; Requests and/or purchases equipment and supplies from
various vendors; Establishes and maintains contact with service, supply, food and equipment vendors; Works with senior services personnel as well as contract providers – M4A or State of Alabama Food Services Vendor for Meals on Wheels, congregate meals at Senior Center; Studies and complies with all applicable government regulations; Develops and maintains relations with other community services providers; Plans trips and may drive a passenger vehicle (14 passenger or less/non-cdl required licensing) seniors to educational and recreational
excursions or places of interests;

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree and two years’ experience in either educational, recreation or fitness programs or equivalent experience that required the organization or development of materials and detailed information for others. Experience with Microsoft Outlook and Word.

This position reports to the SCPARA Office Manager and future onsite or offsite activities may require a modified flexible schedule coordinated with senior services personnel and volunteers. Covid – 19 vaccination is applicable.

To apply: Request a SCPARA application by emailing Kay Mundy, SCPARA Office Manager at kmundy@scpara.com. Resumes can be attached to the application. Position is open until filled. Transmit letter of interest and completed application to the following email addresses: adudchock@scpara.com and kmundy@scpara.com.

Contact: Shelby County Park and Recreation Authority, 5452 Cahaba Valley Road, Birmingham, Alabama 35242

McWANE SCIENCE CENTER
Exhibit Fabricator


Opportunity: McWane Science Center counts on the Exhibit Fabricator to produce, install and maintain exhibits and environments to ensure our visitors have a safe and fun learning experience.

Description: Fabricate, install, repair and maintain exhibits from blueprints, plans, sketches, models and/ or concepts. Set-up, and operate shop machinery and tools, including metalworking, woodworking, and miscellaneous specialty equipment. Move, install, maintain, de-install and load-out traveling exhibits and related projects. Install lighting in public spaces for optimum and/or desired effect. Perform all job duties in a manner that meets or exceeds safety regulations. Organize and maintain shop equipment, tools, materials and supplies.

Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent. One (1) year of related work experience. Ability to work occasional weekends. Ability to maintain and produce products that are safe and of high quality craftsmanship. Ability to apply and finish products of a high quality. Ability to work independently and demonstrate a high level of initiative. Ability to work with a variety of techniques and materials such as wood, metal, plastics and numerous finishes. Knowledge of basic electrical/electronic wiring and plumbing. Literate in reading blueprints, plans and sketches. Skilled in the use of shop equipment, power and hand tools. Ability to work well in a creative team approach and maintain positive, effective communications with educators, public relations personnel, exhibit staff, volunteers, vendors and/or other staff. Ability to maintain effective organizational skills. Must possess a valid Alabama driver’s license. Must provide proof of minimum liability insurance as required by state law.

Minimum Physical Qualifications: Perform work utilizing stationary and portable equipment (saws, drills, sander, grinder, welder, staple and nail guns, finishing equipment, etc.) as well as computers. Ability to operate a vehicle. Climb ladders and stairs in performing the work. Lift objects frequently in performing the work (100 lbs.). Pull or push objects on a regular basis (1000 lbs.). Crawl in confined spaces on the hands and knees to perform work. Exposure to dust, fumes or vapors that could potentially affect the health of the employee.

Notes: Benefits include health, dental and life insurance; 403(b) retirement savings plan; paid time off; free membership; discounts in our gift shop and camp program; and on-site parking.

To Apply: Please forward letter of interest, resume and salary requirements to McWane Science Center Human Resources at HR@mcwane.org or fax 205-714-8400.

Contact: Melissa Renda, Human Resources Administrator, McWane Center, Birmingham AL, 205.714.8412, www.mcwane.org, mrenda@mcwane.org

 

GLENWOOD
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)


Opportunity: Glenwood, Inc. is a progressive multi-site agency that provides a full range of services for children and adults with autism and other mental health needs. We have an exciting opportunity to join our ABA Services team as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst supporting children and adults with Autism in educational, vocational, residential, and day habilitation environments. Research opportunities are encouraged, flexible work schedules and other benefits available such as professional development, licensure, and certification reimbursement. Upward mobility and development is a part of the Glenwood culture.

Description: Work collaboratively with agency professionals to ensure that individuals served on assigned caseload are provided the highest quality behavior analytic services available. Conduct Functional Behavior Assessments, including descriptive assessments and functional analyses. Develop Behavior Intervention Plans/Skill Acquisition Programming. Create and monitor data collection systems. Provide competency-based staff training on behavior intervention plans and skill acquisition programming. Supervise Registered Behavior Technicians/RBTs. Provide crisis management, consultation, plan monitoring, and feedback as needed. Complete related paperwork including progress reports and billing documentation. Assist in the development and implementation of ABA staff training programs in a variety of settings, as assigned.


Qualifications: MA/MS/M.Ed. In psychology, special education, or related field, concentration in Applied Behavior Analysis. Board Certified Behavior Analyst, BCBA. Licensed Behavior Analyst in Alabama. 1+ years(s) of experience in the field of developmental disabilities. Current AL driver’s license and must be insurable through Glenwood’s contracting insurer. Certification in agency provided training in 1st Aid, CPR, MCS (Managing Crisis Safely). Must clear all background checks and pre-hire testing.

Benefits: Competitive Salary. Multidisciplinary services. 300-acre serene campus, with hiking trails, gym, and pool access for staff. Family-friendly workplace. Health, dental and vision insurance (2 options) through BC/BS of Alabama (United Way). Life, accident, and disability insurance paid for by the agency. Retirement plan with company match. 9 paid holidays each year
Generous Paid Time Off. Supplemental Insurance (Accident, Critical, Short/Long Term Disability, Voluntary Life and AD&D). Retirement plan with company match. Confidential Employee Assistance Program. Complimentary lunch. Tuition assistance.


Assessment and treatment room specifically designed for conducting functional analyses or other structured interventions. Research opportunities/Research Lab. Flexible schedule for regular working hours with the option to work 4 days/week, 10-hour shifts with no weekends. Agency paid national and local conferences and CEUs. Other expenses for maintaining certification and license paid for by the agency (renewal fees, etc.)

To Apply: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?

job=12374&clientkey=70202D222BFE80B425B9CB32645D23B6

Website: http://www.glenwood.org

Contact: Ashlin Grant, Human Resources Department, Recruiter, Glenwood Inc.,150 Glenwood Lane, Birmingham, AL 35242, (205) 970-1335, agrant@glenwood.org
 

GLENWOOD
Behavior Teaching Assistant (BTA)


Opportunity: Glenwood provides treatment and education services in the least restrictive setting, through a continuum of care, with the highest respect for individuals and families served. Glenwood leads the state in providing behavioral health care and educational services that are responsive and complementary to a continuum of care for persons with unique mental health disorders. Glenwood supports mental health and educational professionals and promotes research in these specialized areas.

Glenwood is seeking energetic candidates to work in our Sullivan Center serving children with an Autism diagnosis while working with a collaborative team of Special Educators, Board Certified Behavior Analysts, and Speech and Occupational Therapists. This position is a great opportunity for those seeking to work in a supportive team environment in the field of behavioral health and developmental disabilities.
 

Location: Sullivan Center, Glenwood Campus
Shift: Monday – Friday / 7:00 am– 3:00 pm
 

Description: Implement special education programs and lessons. Implement Behavior Support Plans and other ABA programs or interventions. Provide Crisis Intervention and respond to aggressive or self-injurious behaviors. Responsible for collecting student data on behavioral and educational progress. Provide direct care for students and assist with daily living skills/hygiene.

Qualifications: Minimum of 21 years of age. High School Diploma or GED equivalent required. BS/BA in the Human Services field is preferred. Interest in Applied Behavior Analysis highly preferred. Supervision hours are available for those seeking BCBA certification. Opportunity to become trained and certified as a Registered Behavior Technician / RBT while working in this position. Either an Associates' degree from an accredited college, 60 college credits or a minimum of 2 years of related experience and high school diploma/equivalent is required. Valid Alabama driver’s license and driving record acceptable to agency’s insurers; clearance through Alabama Department of Human Resources Child Abuse Registry and ABI/FBI registry; the ability to acquire, perform and maintain certification in First Aid, CPR, Managing Crisis Safely (MCS) all restraint techniques, and Medication Assistance Certification (MAC).
 

Benefits: Competitive Salary. Multidisciplinary services. 300-acre serene campus, with hiking trails, gym, and pool access for staff. Family-friendly workplace. Health, dental and vision insurance (2 options) through BC/BS of Alabama (United Way). Life, accident, and disability insurance paid for by the agency. Retirement plan with company match. 9 paid holidays each year
Generous Paid Time Off. Supplemental Insurance (Accident, Critical, Short/Long Term Disability, Voluntary Life and AD&D). Retirement plan with company match. Confidential Employee Assistance Program. Complimentary lunch. Tuition assistance.


To Apply: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?

job=12804&clientkey=70202D222BFE80B425B9CB32645D23B6

Website: http://www.glenwood.org

Contact: Ashlin Grant, Human Resources Department, Recruiter, Glenwood Inc.,150 Glenwood Lane, Birmingham, AL 35242, (205) 970-1335, agrant@glenwood.org

EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE HOLY APOSTLE
Nursery Worker


Opportunity: The Nursery Worker is a part-time staff position reporting to the Rector that focuses on the care of the children of the parish prior to and during Sunday church services and other services/engagements as agreed upon.

Qualifications: Experience working with children ages. Patience and love for children. Agree to undergo a background check. Be a person of Christian ethics & solid character. CPR/First Aid Certification. Provide 3 references outlining character & experience. High School Graduate. Completion of Safeguarding God’s Children training.

Description: Arrive at the church 15 minutes prior to start of service to set up room and prepare to receive children. Stay after worship service to ensure all children are back with parents and room has been cleaned up. Provide childcare for children (Ages 0-4) during worship services and Sunday school and during occasional evening activities at the church (e.g. some Wednesday nights during the year)  Keep track of current supplies and provide notification of needed supplies (diapers, snacks, etc.). Maintain nursery cleanliness by wiping down all use toys with disinfectant wipes after every use. Set up materials and guide children through preplanned activities designed for those children able to participate. Discuss with Nursery Liaison any concerns about children when necessary. Be willing to assist with activities geared toward children during the worship service (i.e. All Generations services, Children’s music during worship service, Pageants).   Communication with the parents of the children about the time spent in the nursery.  Put away toys, wipe off all surfaces and sweep floor after each event.

Terms of Employment: The Nursery Worker will be paid $15.00 per hour. The Nursery Worker will be scheduled to work 3.75 hours each week (8:15 a.m. until noon). The Nursery Worker will be paid on a bi-monthly basis.

To Apply: Send Resume to Kim McAdams kmcadams@holyapostleshoover.org

Contact: Kim McAdams kmcadams@holyapostleshoover.org, Episcopal Church of the Holy Apostles, 424 Emery Drive, Hoover, AL 35244, 205/988-8000
 

GLENWOOD
Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)


Opportunity: Glenwood has a new opportunity to work in our Children’s Center as a Registered Behavior Technician serving children ages 2-6 with an autism spectrum disorder. This position’s role is to provide 1:1 early intensive behavioral intervention (EIBI) including naturalistic teaching, incidental teaching, and discrete-trial training to a young child with autism. RBTs will work closely with the Behavior Analyst in ensuring materials and programs are kept up to date with the rapid pace of learning that occurs in an EIBI program. The RBT will also assist in data-based decision-making, programming for the generality of skills, parent training, behavior assessment, and social skills training. This position offers RBTs pursuing a Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis BACB-approved supervision, including opportunities to complete restricted and unrestricted activities. These RBT positions are 40 hours/week with the same rate of pay across all duties performed. Opportunities for overtime are also available for staff interested in working in Glenwood’s residential programs if desired.

Location: Children’s Center – Avondale Campus
Shift: Monday – Friday; 8:00am- 4:00pm

Description: Responsible for primary case student’s schedule being followed, treatment plans implemented, and other learning activities conducted. Responsible for ensuring all required documentation is completed at end of shift. Incorporates feedback from the Behavior Analyst into performance. Accurately completes billing daily and maintains curriculum-specific documentation for primary case students. Regularly communicates with Behavior Analyst to understand all goals and objectives for the program.

Qualifications: Minimum of 21 years of age. BA/BS in social service field/education or related field highly preferred. 1-year experience working with children with disabilities required. Interest in Applied Behavior Analysis highly preferred. Supervision hours are available for those seeking BCBA certification. High school diploma/equivalent is required. Current Registered Behavior Technician certification is highly preferred. RBT Training is provided on-site for applicants without the certification at the time of applying. Valid Alabama driver’s license and driving record acceptable to agency’s insurers; clearance through Alabama Department of Human Resources Child Abuse Registry and ABI/FBI registry; the ability to acquire, perform and maintain certification in First Aid and CPR

Benefits: Base pay increase upon meeting the RBT Certification requirements. Health, dental and vision insurance (2 options) through BC/BS of Alabama (United Way). Life, accident, and disability insurance paid for by the agency. Critical Illness Coverage. Retirement plan with company match. 9 paid holidays each year. Generous Paid Time Off. Confidential Employee Assistance Program paid for by the agency. Complimentary lunch. Tuition assistance.


To Apply: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=11038&

clientkey=70202D222BFE80B425B9CB32645D23B6

Website: http://www.glenwood.org

Contact: Ashlin Grant, Human Resources Department, Recruiter, Glenwood Inc.,150 Glenwood Lane, Birmingham, AL 35242, (205) 970-1335, agrant@glenwood.org

PARENTS RESOURCE INSTITUTE FOR DRUG EDUCATION (PRIDE)
Drug Abuse Prevention Specialist I/II


Opportunity: PRIDE of Tuscaloosa is hiring for a Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist (willing to hire full time or part time) in our
newly opened Bibb Co. office in Woodstock.

Description: Under general direction, designs and implements alcohol and drug prevention services for schools, community groups, business and industry, parents, local government, the recovery community and private and public agencies and organizations; serves as a community consultant.


Drug Prevention Specialist I is an entry-level position. Initial assignments are limited in scope to well established procedures, predetermined methodology, well defined issues with predictable results; limited freedom to act and supervision of APS or CPS. Incumbents are provided with progressively responsible assignments allowing them to gain the experience necessary to qualify
for Specialist II. Alcohol & Drug Prevention Specialist II is the journey level of the series. Incumbents are expected to work under limited supervision in providing daily educational services to a wide variety of alcohol and drug related topics to individuals and the community.


Supervised by the Executive Director and directly by the Prevention Di r e c t o r, Drug Prevention. Specialist will work within multiple sectors of the community to facilitate substance abuse prevention services based on the Center for Substance Abuse StrategicPrevention Framework Strategies which include: Prevention Education. Alternative Activities.  Information Dissemination.  Problem Identification and Referral. Community-Based Process. Environmental and Social Policy.

Provides prevention, education, training services to school, community groups, business and industry, parents, local government, the recovery community and private and public agencies and organizations. Develops and designs programs for group facilitators, peer counseling, drug free work place and student assistants. Consults with various community advisory councils on developing programs for alcohol and drug prevention; works with community groups in a proactive manner to assist in the implementation of the various prevention programs. Speaks before various groups on alcohol and drug related topics. Researches contemporary practices and techniques in the field of alcohol and drug prevention and creates/edits/maintains training manuals/literature on the topic which are made available to the general public. Coordinates program activities with outside agencies; identifies and maintains community resources useful in implementing program activities; establishes service provider networks. Keeps current on prevention literature, statistical information, legislative activities and community resources and activities pertinent to programs. Writes reports including but not limited to prevention activity sheets. Performs various technical tasks related to programs such as conducting presentations or statistical surveys.
 

Qualifications (I): Knowledge of the physiology and psychology of chemical dependency; the continuum of substance abuse up through addiction; and the concepts of co-dependency, prevention, and intervention. knowledge of community-based substance abuse resources, including mental health, social agencies, treatment programs, school systems and their operation. Principles and techniques of community organizing, health education, public speaking, and social marketing. Principles and techniques used in developing training materials using a variety of formats and media.

 

Completion of Bachelor Degree in social service, health or education related filed. One year of experience providing alcohol and drug related prevention/education services which included public speaking, program development and community organization
experience.
 

Qualifications (II): Knowledge of the philosophy and goals of alcohol and drug prevention. The principles and practices related to controlling/eliminating/reducing chemical dependency. The physiology and psychology of chemical dependency; the principles related to the continuum of substance abuse up through addiction; and the concepts of codependency, prevention and intervention. Community-based substance abuse resources, including mental health, social service agencies and treatment programs, and training/trainer techniques. Principles and techniques of community organizing, health education, public
speaking and social marketing. Principles, practices and techniques of health and community education including curriculum development.

 

Gather and evaluate data and draw logical conclusions. Be organized. Think creatively to develop new procedures, methods or approaches as needed. Work independently under limited supervision; organize work assignments and manage multiple tasks at once. Communicate verbally with individuals from diverse socioeconomic and cultural groups; speak effectively before groups.
Write clearly and concisely. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted through the course of work. Read and apply regulations, county policies, and technical information relating to assigned tasks.

Two years of experience providing alcohol and drug related prevention/education services which included public speaking, program development and community organization experience. Or completion of Masters Degree within Public Health, Social Service, or Education Field.
 

Notes: As a condition of employment, the incumbent will be required to: Possess a valid class C Alabama driver's license by date of appointment since independent travel is required; (or) incumbent must be able to provide suitable transportation which is approved by the appointing authority. Ability to pass drug screening exam and a pre-employment criminal background check.  Associate Prevention Specialist (APS) credential must be obtained within 12 months of employment. Subject to continual employee evaluations.  Have a minimum of a Bachelors Degree through an accredited University.
 

Contact: Jamie Lake, MS, APS, Executive Director, Parents Resource Institute for Drug Education, james.g.lake74@gmail.com


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GLENWOOD
Direct Support Professional


Opportunity: Do you have a passion for caring for people and making a difference in someone’s life? Do you have the heart to serve others? If so, then we have the career for you. Glenwood is seeking Direct Support Professionals (DSP) to work in our Adult Residential Services programs making a positive impact in the lives of children and adults with an Autism diagnosis. Our DSPs are the heartbeat of our organization. They provide service to our individuals in a caring, compassionate, and professional manner, with a positive attitude. Our DSPs work various shifts from 8 to 12 hours (day and overnight), and weekends.

Description: Provide direct care for the individuals served, following resident's Individual Plan of Care (IPC), policies and procedures, emphasizing non-averse, positive programming and interactions. Provide support services for residents, staff, and facility. Assisting with toileting, including bedpans, urinals, and commode chairs. Transport/accompany residents to/from school, dining facility, planned activities, and scheduled appointments. Safely operate and maintain facility vehicle(s) as qualified and required. Documentation of care, services, and daily activities in a timely manner. Responsible for cultivating and sustaining a healthy environment in the home(s), as well as maintenance of the home, property. Performing home management functions such as light housekeeping.

Qualifications: Ability to work in a group home, home-like setting. Ability to communicate (verbally and written) with all levels of personnel, internal and external to the company. Ability to handle physical aspects of the job, including bending, stooping, lifting, pushing, pulling, reaching, and walking for periods of time. Must maintain state regulatory certifications, as required by state/program requirements. Medication Administration as required by state/program requirements. Experience in residential care preferred.

High school degree/GED equivalent required. Certified Nursing Assistant preferred. Valid Alabama driver's license and must be insurable through the agency’s insurance carrier. Must be cleared through the Dept. of Human Resources Child Abuse & Neglect Registry as well as the ABI/FBI and pass all required pre-employment and background screening. Must be certified or certifiable in CPR, 1st Aid, Managing Crisis Safety (MCS), and MAC. 21 years of age or older.

Benefits: $1,000 BONUS for achieving RBT Certification through completing 40 hours of RBT training (on your own time) and passing the RBT Exam. Opportunity for a 5-step progression within the first year of employment. Health, dental and vision insurance (2 options) through BC/BS of Alabama (United Way). Life, accident, and disability insurance paid for by the agency. Critical Illness Coverage. Retirement plan with company match. 9 paid holidays each year. Generous Paid Time Off. Confidential Employee Assistance Program paid for by the agency. Complimentary lunch. Tuition assistance.


To Apply: https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=5689&

clientkey=70202D222BFE80B425B9CB32645D23B6

Website: http://glenwood.org

Contact: Ashlin Grant, Human Resources Department, Recruiter, Glenwood Inc.,150 Glenwood Lane, Birmingham, AL 35242, (205) 970-1335, agrant@glenwood.org

 


JUNE 2021

 

HORIZONS SCHOOL
Resident Assistant/Activity Planner


Opportunity: The Horizons School is seeking an enthusiastic Resident Assistant who will… Work as a member of a dynamic team of educators. Help young adults acquire social and self-management skills. Guide students to live successfully in the community. This is a part-time (average of 20 hours/week), twelve-month position with a monthly stipend of $600. In
addition, you will have use of a one-bedroom apartment at Terrace Court Apartments in historic 5 Points South beginning in the fall of 2021. Utilities, basic Internet services, and renter’s insurance are paid by the School. This is a non-benefit eligible position and does not pay overtime. The part-time Resident Assistant / Student Activity Planner position requires
20 hours of work each week during evenings, weekends, “on call” and special events.

 

Description: Improve and implement the school residential curriculum. Implement School policies and procedures, including emergency preparation. Offer group instruction through residential seminars and planned activities. Offer individual support during evening office hours. Evaluate student progress and complete individual term reports. Host applied learning experiences in the apartment and the community. Access community resources enhancing student independence. Respond to pager calls regarding student emergencies. Manage conflict and crises with a calm and objective response. Document student issues, activities and behavior concerns. Make arrangements for coverage should a schedule conflict arise.
 

Qualifications: High school diploma (minimal requirement). Demonstrate mature adult behavior. Enrollment in an undergraduate or graduate degree program is acceptable. Availability during scheduled evening and weekend work hours is required. Experience with individuals with disabilities preferred. Knowledge of community resources, seasonal activities and special events. Experience implementing group plans including budgeting for expenses.
 

Notes: This position will begin in August 2021 and is ideal for the university student who is pursuing a degree in education, health professions, or human services. Individuals who are already employed full-time are unlikely to fulfill role expectations and are discouraged from applying.
 

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume with experience and qualifications to: Dr. Brian F. Geiger, Executive Director,
The Horizons School, 2018 15th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35205. Questions? Call (205) 322-6606 or email bgeiger@horizonsschool.org. Applicants chosen for this position will be required to pass a criminal background check and drug screen.

Contact: Dr. Brian F. Geiger, Executive Director, The Horizons School, bgeiger@horizonsschool.org

Web: https://horizonsschool.org
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/horizonsschoolbirmingham/
You Tube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_Tk_o0aFyZ1d7L-HNHF0mg
 

URBAN SNAP-ED
Shelby County SNAP Educator

 

Opportunity: The Urban SNAP-Ed Educator is responsible for conducting nutrition education programs with limited-resource individuals who reside in urban communities. This position works out of the Shelby County Extension office and serves a portion of Southern Jefferson County.  Late afternoon, night, and weekend work with participants may be required. The Urban SNAP-Ed Educator receives initial and continuous training; follows the Urban SNAP-Ed policies, guidelines and approved curriculums with designated participants; maintains records; provides appropriate reports; and follows established guidelines as required by Alabama A&M University, Alabama Cooperative Extension System, the state of Alabama and the USDA's Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES). Continuation of employment is based on program needs and availability of funding.

Description: Works cooperatively with the Regional SNAP-Ed Educator and USNAP-Ed state staff in planning and implementing activities toward the designated program objectives.  Maintains a working knowledge of situational data of the Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) as it relates to health and nutrition needs of limited-resource families and individuals. Recruits, plans and conducts USNAP-Ed classes in the designated MSAs. Participates in training programs offered by Urban Affairs' Urban SNAP-Ed staff: Participate in basic orientation. Attend Monthly and/or quarterly staff conferences. Attend scheduled conferences with the supervising RSEE, the Urban SNAP-Ed Project Manager, and staff for the purpose of enhancing program delivery and other related issues.  Approved training and meetings. Disseminates current science-based nutrition information from approved USNAP-Ed curriculums and SNAP eligibility requirements to the targeted audiences. Utilizes approved curricula and nutrition education resources in program delivery to meet the needs of families and individuals.  Administers Pre, Post and Delayed Post Assessments to participants and maintains accurate and up-to-date records of assessments. Submits assessments and supporting documents to the Urban SNAP-Ed Program Coordinator following USNAP-Ed policy. Plans and provides an accurate monthly itinerary. Maintains daily, weekly, and/or monthly logs summarizing activities, projects, and job duties performed, and provides a quarterly time and effort report.
Adheres to annual budget allotments for food, supplies and travel. Maintains current and accurate expenses records to assure budget allotments are not exceeded. Purchases allowable items only. Completes all necessary Urban SNAP-Ed reports in a timely manner following USNAP-Ed policy.

Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent. Must have reliable transportation and use personal vehicle for program delivery with mileage reimbursement. Ability to communicate oral and written instructions. Ability to maintain accurate records and provide timely reports; good judgement. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness.

Notes: Minimum salary: $26,700

To Apply: https://aamu.interviewexchange.com/jobofferdetails.jsp;jsessionid=

18A134F8610ABB9617F4F35CC56D2C2B?JOBID=130643

Utilizing the on-line portal, please attach the following documents: Online employment application, Cover Letter, Current resume, Transcripts of all academic work (unofficial/copies acceptable during recruitment process; however, official transcripts will be required at time of hire).

Contact: Shelli Davis, MPA, Manager, Community Services, Shelby County, Alabama, 200 West College St. Room 118, County Administration Building, Columbiana, AL 35051, (205) 670-6597 (Office), sdavis@shelbyal.com

 

WZDX FOX 54
Sports Anchor


Opportunity: WZDX FOX 54 in Huntsville, Alabama is looking for a Sports Anchor/MSJ who will excel in this digital age of journalism. We want innovative journalists who can create unique and shareable stories for all platforms through memorable writing, photography and editing. The ideal candidate will research, gather information and cultivate sources for sports. Qualified candidates must also be able to develop and deliver stories for digital and broadcast platforms.

Description: Enterprise story ideas, write, shoot and edit stories for television, mobile and social platforms. Report live breaking news. Deliver on-air sports coverage including live reports, anchoring and story telling. Write in an exciting, captivating and authentic manner. Use the latest editing and photography tools to tell great stories. Develop original content through social listening and independent sources. Operate news gathering vehicle to and from various locations. Write and post daily on all digital platforms including social media. Shoot, write and edit packaged reports. Write for digital platforms. Use creative production techniques such as graphics and new forms of media (viewer pictures, webcam interviews, etc.) to enhance stories. Transmit and present exciting live reports with current technology.

Qualifications: BA/BS in journalism, communications or related field. Experience with photojournalism, editing and content management systems. Experience anchoring sports and news segments. Strong understanding of the tenets of professional journalism. A portfolio with examples of strong breaking news reporting. Ability to generate creative, engaging, content-driven live shots. Strong social media skills on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Knowledge of ENPS and graphics a plus. Organizational skills and the ability to work under constant time-sensitive deadlines. Ability to calmly handle live, breaking news situations and changing events.

To Apply: http://www.jobs.net/j/JGkrprVm

BRADFORD HEALTH SERVICES

Clinicians

 

Opportunity: Bradford Health Services is accepting applications for clinicians interested in working with patients and families of patients impacted by substance use disorders.  We offer: A competitive salary plus benefits. Generous Paid Time Off. Opportunities to provide care through a variety of specialty treatment programs. On-going training in different methods of therapy including DBT, MI, Trauma Informed, and others. Supervision and Licensure support. Professional growth opportunities.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in Social Work or Behavioral Science required. Professional licensure is required. If not, must be qualified to make application for ALC, LPC, LMSW, LICSW, or LMFT licensure within 90 days of hire. Two-years’ experience working in addictions treatment preferred. Ability to discuss substance use history and complete mental health assessments to develop individual treatment plans. Ability to maintain clear and concise treatment records. Good verbal and written communication skills.
 

More information about available positions can be found at: www.bradfordhealth.com/careers.

 

Contact:  Zach Ludwig, Director of Regulatory Services, Bradford Health Services, 865-705-5109, ziludwig21@gmail.com, zludwig@bradfordhealth.net

ALABAMA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF & BLIND
Girls Dormitory Program Supervisor


About: AIDB is sensitive to the needs of Blind or Visually Impaired and Deaf or Hard of Hearing individuals and will make reasonable accommodations for qualified applicants and employees that do not impose undue hardship and are not essential functions of the job. The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) is the world’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and service program serving individuals of all ages who are deaf, blind, deafblind and multi-disabled and their families. Founded in 1858, AIDB serves more than 30,000 infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors with hearing and vision loss throughout Alabama each year.

Our services literally span a lifetime including five campuses in Talladega, eight regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia with programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf.

Description: Our employees are among the organizations’ most valuable assets and resources. We share compassion for leveling the playing field for all. Our Mission makes AIDB a unique place to work and we invite you to be a part of the miracles that happen every day. A Dormitory Program Supervisor for the Alabama School for the Deaf (ASD) is responsible for providing the highest level of care for our students. Our Dormitory Program Supervisor makes effective decisions and solves problems using sound judgment, guided initiative and teamwork. You will play a vital role in the lives of our students and be a part of the miracles that happen every day at AIDB and ASD. This will be accomplished by demonstrating flexibility, positive attitude, agility, and professional maturity.

 

The Dormitory Program Supervisor (DPS) is directly responsible for the Extended Day Program during the evening hours and on weekends when on duty. The DPS is responsible for managing crisis situations in cooperation with other Student Life personnel and Director. The DPS is responsible for promoting an atmosphere conducive to the social, emotional, educational, and physical development of students; providing support and guidance to Student Life personnel, students and parents. Willingness to work a flexible schedule including evenings and weekends. Provides support to students when problems/questions arise; provides information and support to parents regarding the well-being and care of their child. Participates in student staffing/conferences. Must be able to develop and maintain rapport with staff members, students, parents, alumni, and others within the school and Institute. Must meet on-call requirements. Evaluates personnel assigned; conducts conferences to discuss areas of strengths and/or weaknesses; develops remediation plans to address staff weaknesses; submits reports, remediation plans, evaluations, etc. to the Director for approval.

Qualifications: College degree. Minimum two (2) years of proven work experience in the Human Services field (Counseling, Deaf Education/Services, Social Work or related field). Must possess knowledge of federal and state statutes and laws concerning educational administration and programming, particularly as they relate to deaf, hard of hearing and other disabilities. Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of ADVANCED upon employment. Must provide recent documentation of sign language proficiency (SCPI) or take a sign language proficiency evaluation (SCPI) available through AIDB.


Notes: The successful applicant must submit to a criminal history background information check including, but not limited to FBI and ABI record repositories. Upon offer of employment, the applicant must present a non-refundable fee of $51.40 and appear for scheduled finger printing appointment. SALARY: $39,529-$52,734 Scale D3 Rank 50 Bachelor’s Degree.  $41,934-$55,942 Scale D3 Rank 52 Master’s Degree.  BENEFITS: Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Available. Alabama State TRS Retirement. Deferred Compensation Options Available.  Paid Time Off.  DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: June 10, 2021.  This position is funded by a grant award, funded by revenue generated, necessary for compliance or provides direct service deliver.

Contact: Teresa Heath, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, P.O. Box 698 | 1209 Fort Lashley Ave. Talladega, AL 35161, heath.teresa@aidb.org or 256-761-3302


ALABAMA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF & BLIND
Guidance Counselor


About: AIDB is sensitive to the needs of individuals who are Blind or Visually Impaired and/or Deaf or Hard of Hearing and for qualified applicants and employees will make reasonable accommodations. The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) is the world’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and service program serving individuals of all ages who are deaf, blind, deafblind and multi-disabled and their families. Founded in 1858, AIDB serves more than 30,000 infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors with hearing and vision loss throughout Alabama each year.

Our services literally span a lifetime including five campuses in Talladega, eight regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia with programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf.

Description: Our employees are among the organizations’ most valuable assets and resources. We share compassion for leveling the playing field for all. Our Mission makes AIDB a unique place to work and we invite you to be a part of the miracles that happen every day. As the Guidance Counselor for Alabama School for the Deaf (ASD) you will be responsible for working with the administrators and teachers of students who are deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, and multi disabled. ASD is a committed to meet our students where they are. The right candidate for this job will have a passion working with students and colleagues to ensure all students receive a world class education. You will play a vital role in the lives of our students and be a part of the miracles that happen every day at AIDB and ASD. This will be accomplished by demonstrating flexibility, positive attitude, agility, and professional maturity.

Qualifications: Minimum Master’s degree in Special Education (HI Certification) or Deaf/Hard of Hearing Education from an accredited college/university. Utilize full range of communication and language levels including use of sign, spoken language, and any additional modes of communication. Must provide recent documentation of sign language proficiency (SCPI) or take a sign language proficiency evaluation (SCPI) available through AIDB. Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of INTERMEDIATE upon employment.

Preferred Master’s Degree in Special Education and/or Deaf Education or school guidance counseling from an accredited college/university. Five (5) years or more of classroom or guidance counseling experience. A sign language proficiency evaluation of ADVANCED upon employment.

Must have or be able to obtain an Alabama Teaching Certificate within the first six (6) months of employment date. Must have or be able to obtain a HI Certification within the first thirty-six (36) months of employment. Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of INTERMEDIATE upon employment. Must possess a sign language proficiency of ADVANCED within the first thirty (30) months of employment. Must complete and maintain Behavior Management training with the first twelve (12) months of employment. Must provide comprehensive, developmental counseling and guidance services to all students. Must supervise and manage all scholarship opportunities for all ASD students.  Routinely check student transcripts for eligibility and graduation qualification. Must assist students in developing skills to understand and to consider their interests, aptitudes and values in planning for their life careers. Assist directors with IEP coordination. Must plan, coordinate and administer the school’s state testing program. The school guidance counselor will be in charge of all high stakes testing and take on the role of building test coordinator. He/she will work directly with the academic director and the principal. Must work closely with the transition coordinator and career coach. Must contribute to school’s curriculum development by providing pertinent data concerning students’ needs. Must assist teachers in identifying student deficiencies and plan remediation programs. Must supervise collection and maintenance of appropriate student data. Must provide placement and follow-up services when possible. Must help middle and secondary students plan and annually review programs of study. Must assist in developing, implementing and evaluating an annual school system counseling and guidance plan in accordance with standards set forth by the State Plan. Compare data with other classroom/school-wide assessments. Measure the impact of instruction on student achievement of intended learning outcomes. Maintain evidence and reports pertaining to assessment data and identify gaps in student assessment. Compile, organize, and analyze data to identify trends and needs.

Notes: SALARY: $55,034-$71,821 Scale I1 Rank IT (MA-Rank 1 Certification). $58,587-$75,899 Scale 11 Rank AA (AA Certification). BENEFITS: Health, Dental and Vision Insurance Available. Alabama State TRS Retirement. Deferred Compensation Options Available. Paid Time Off. DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: June 10, 2021. This position is funded by a grant award, funded by revenue generated, necessary for compliance or provides direct service delivery.

Contact: Teresa Heath, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, P.O. Box 698 | 1209 Fort Lashley Ave. Talladega, AL 35161, heath.teresa@aidb.org or 256-761-3302

 


MAY 2021

 

ALEXANDER ADVERTISING
Graphic Production Designer


Description: The Graphic Production Artist is responsible for supporting the marketing team with the production of graphic materials for print and digital efforts. The ideal candidate has a keen eye for detail, typography, photography, layout, and a genuine creative spirit.

Essential Job Duties (responsibilities) include: Assists with digital and print collateral, such as website, catalogs, email campaigns, presentations, etc. Assists with graphic design related requests and takes initiative and direction from department team members on projects. Image editing, such as color correction, retouching, clipping paths, and naming conventions.

Qualifications: Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (ability to demonstrate intermediate level or higher in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign).

Contact: Lisa Alexander (UM Alum), Alexander Advertising, Inc., 205-939-1353, lisa@alexanderadveritising.com

 

BIRMINGHAM TIMES
Reporter/Journalist


Opportunity: The Birmingham Times Media Group is looking for an energetic Reporter/Journalist who is eager to learn more about the craft and gain valuable entry-level experience.

Description: The Times is an award-winning weekly newspaper with several platforms, including a website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. The Reporter position involves general assignment community reporting, ranging from city politics to people profiles. The ideal candidate must be digital-minded and willing to grow, as well as have a knack for developing story ideas, a hunger for the written word, and the ability to meet deadlines.

Contact: Barnett Wright, Executive Editor, The Birmingham Times Media Group, 115 3rd Ave. W, Birmingham, AL 35204, (205) 957-6865, bwright@birminghamtimes.com
 

PEACHTREE PLANNING
Financial Advisor


Opportunity: What You'll Be Doing, And Why It Matters...  As a financial advisor/team leader, you'll be educating others and assisting your team of advisors, their clients and future clients in evaluating their financial goals and developing effective, customized strategies to help make those goals a reality. Working with Peachtree Planning means devoting your career to meaningful work: improving the lives of individuals, families, and business owners by assisting them in planning for the futures they envision. You'll set your own hours and build your own practice enjoying independence, as well as the support of one of the most stable companies in the financial industry. You'll have a network of peers, access to leadership and the mentorship you need to support your development. By delivering financial knowledge and insight with integrity, when you become a part of the Peachtree team, you can make a positive impact in your community and create positive change in other people's lives.

Description: Advise clients on investment strategies and other financial decisions. Prepare presentations that recommend various financial strategies. Review and communicate plan performances to clients. Network and build relationships with new and existing team of advisors. Work with advisors to develop and grow their client base.

 

Recognized as a Best Places to Work in 2019 and 2020 by the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, The Nashville Business Journal, The Tennessean, and the Birmingham Business Journal and Business Alabama!

Contact: Scott Shunnarah (UM Alum), Managing Director, Peachtree Planning LLC, 3500 Blue Lake Dr. Suite 220, Birmingham, AL 35243, scott.shunnarah@peachtreeplanning.com, 205-313-6703

 

BRADFORD HEALTH SERVICES
Assistant Counselor/Clinical Support


Opportunities: At Bradford Health Services we have positions open for those looking to enter a career in Counseling, Social Work, or Mental Health.  We are currently hiring for an Assistant Counselor/Clinical Support position in our counseling department in Warrior, AL, and in Madison, AL.  All shifts (late and overnight shifts include generous shift differential). Pay-range: $12 – $15.50 per hour depending upon experience and shift.  Bradford offers full benefits including generous paid time off.

We are looking for compassionate individuals who want to make an impact on the world. At Bradford, you can be a part of the new beginning for thousands of people struggling with a substance use disorder. Our Assistant Counselors play a pivotal role in the success of our patients and their journey towards a life without addiction. Earn good pay and gain valuable experience towards a career in Counseling, Social Work, or Mental Health. Become a positive influence for others by applying today!

Assistant counselors are team members in the Family, Continuing Care, Intensive Stabilization Program, Outpatient, and Counseling departments of the treatment facility. In all instances, the assistant counselor will interact with the patient in accordance with established treatment procedures; facilitate patient orientation and goal attainment; and write timely, appropriate, meaningful documentation.

Description: Assist Nurse and Primary Counselor in completion of patient assessments, including intake and intervention as needed. In the absence of a primary counselor, assist in the management of that primary counselor's caseload, along with the assigned coverage counselor. Assist the counselor as assigned and engage in appropriate documentation. Assist the counselor in implementing, teaching recovery principles, and in developing and evaluating treatment plans. Responsible for completion of, and adherence to, all applicable policies and procedures. Demonstrates the ability to direct patients in completion of treatment objectives. Demonstrates the ability to assist patients in overcoming their denial and resistance to treatment. Demonstrates the ability to manage the therapeutic milieu and report any untoward events to the correct department director. Must be able to work in a constant state of alertness as to perform the job in a safe manner. Must be able work in a cooperative manner with co-workers, managers, clients, and prospective clients. Regular attendance.

Qualifications:  High School Diploma/GED required. Undergraduate degree in Behavioral Science, C.A.C. preferred; 1 year of experience with direct patient care in a substance used disorder field preferred. Candidates must possess the ability to communicate effectively and demonstrate a basic understanding of the principles of chemical dependency recovery. Maintain records and have good communication skills.  Must be able to walk within the facility and on the grounds of the facility for approximately 1 mile per every 8-hour shift. Must be able to continuously sit for approximately 3 hours per 8-hour shift. Must be able to administer CPR and be or be able to become certified. Must be able to see and hear constantly. Must be emotionally and physically capable of functioning under stressful situations. If recovering, two years of continuous verifiable abstinence.

To Apply: Go to www.bradfordhealth.com/careers

Contact: Madison Fortner, Bradford Health Services, Corporate Office, 205-244-8108, mfortner@bradfordhealth.net

ABC 33/40
News Producer


Description: In this role, you will be responsible for the day-to-day production of one of our newscasts. This position will also work closely with the Executive Producer, Director, Assignment Desk and Anchors on the newscast and its content. In this position you will determine the content and flow of newscasts, work with management and on-air staff to generate and write stories and develop content for our web site.
 

ABC 33/40 has an immediate opening for a creative News Producer! In this role, you will be responsible for the day-to-day production of our newscasts. This position will also work closely with the Executive Producer, Director, Assignment Desk and Anchors on the newscast and its content. In this position you will determine the content and flow of newscasts, work with management and on-air staff to generate and write stories and develop content for our web site.

Qualifications: Solid news judgment. Be a compelling and accurate writer. Be able to multitask and manage time in order to put together an exciting and informative newscast. Ability to work in a fast-paced and deadline driven environment. Strong leadership and communication skills. The ability to execute news strategies and goals in daily newscasts. Flexibility and on-the-spot problem solving abilities are a must. Proficient with non-linear editing (i.e. Avid) and newsroom systems, such as iNews.  Must have at least some previous news producing experience at a commercial TV station, although the right entry-level candidate may be considered. A journalism degree is preferred.


Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
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APRIL 2021

 

BIRMINGHAM TIMES
Reporter/Journalist


Opportunity: The Birmingham Times Media Group is looking for an energetic Reporter/Journalist who is eager to learn more about the craft and gain valuable entry-level experience.

Description: The Times is an award-winning weekly newspaper with several platforms, including a website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. The Reporter position involves general assignment community reporting, ranging from city politics to people profiles. The ideal candidate must be digital-minded and willing to grow, as well as have a knack for developing story ideas, a hunger for the written word, and the ability to meet deadlines.

Contact: Barnett Wright, Executive Editor, The Birmingham Times Media Group, 115 3rd Ave. W, Birmingham, AL 35204, (205) 957-6865, bwright@birminghamtimes.com

 

ALABAMA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND

High School Teacher

 

About: AIDB is sensitive to the needs of individuals who are Blind or Visually Impaired and/or Deaf or Hard of Hearing and for qualified applicants and employees will make reasonable accommodations. The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) is the world’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and service program serving individuals of all ages who are deaf, blind, deafblind and multi-disabled and their families. Founded in 1858, AIDB serves more than 26,000 infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors with hearing and vision loss throughout Alabama each year.Our services literally span a lifetime including five campuses in Talladega, eight regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia with programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf.

Location: The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind is located just minutes away from the Talladega Speedway, Interstate 20, Highway 280 and from shopping and dining in neighboring cities such as; Anniston, Oxford, Trussville, Irondale, Pelham, Leeds, Alabaster, Chelsea, Hoover, and Westove

Description: Our employees are among the organizations’ most valuable assets and resources. We share compassion for leveling the playing field for all. Our Mission makes AIDB a unique place to work and we invite you to be a part of the miracles that happen every day. As a High School Teacher for Alabama School for the Deaf (ASD) you will be responsible for working in a specialized classroom with students who are deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, and multi disabled. ASD is a committed to meet our students where they are. The right candidate for this job will have a passion working with students and colleagues to ensure all students receive a world class education. You will play a vital role in the lives of our students and be a part of the miracles that happen every day at AIDB and ASD. This will be accomplished by demonstrating flexibility, positive attitude, agility, and professional maturity.

Qualifications: Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Special Education (HI Certification) or Deaf/Hard of Hearing Education from an accredited college/university. Utilize full range of communication and language levels including use of sign, spoken language, and any additional modes of communication. Must provide recent documentation of sign language proficiency (SCPI) or take a sign language proficiency evaluation (SCPI) available through AIDB. Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of INTERMEDIATE upon employment. Must possess excellent communication skills. Possess skills in MS Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, etc.)

Preferred: Master’s Degree in Special Education and/or Deaf Education from an accredited college/university. One (1) year or more of classroom experience. A sign language proficiency evaluation of ADVANCED upon employment.

Must have or be able to obtain an Alabama Teaching Certificate within the first six (6) months of employment date. Must have or be able to obtain a HI Certification within the first thirty-six (36) months of employment. Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of INTERMEDIATE upon employment. Must possess a sign language proficiency of ADVANCED within the first thirty (30) months of employment. Must complete and maintain Behavior Management training with the first twelve (12) months of employment. Must complete and maintain CPR/First Aid training within the first twelve (12) months of employment. A willingness to teach other subject areas as needed and depending on the schedule of our students. Provide comprehensive instruction to students at ASD that includes developing and implementing lesson plans, maintaining documentation of student progress in subject matter, use of differentiated instruction that is based on individual student needs. Develop and implement Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for each assigned student in the ASD program based on school curriculum and state standards. Must be able to conduct IEP meetings with parents and colleagues.
 

Notes: Upon offer of employment, the ABI/FBI record check must be completed based on the Alabama Child Protection Act of 1999 pursuant to Act 2002-457. A non-refundable fee of $48.15 is required at the scheduled appointment. This position is eligible for a one-time sign on bonus of $5,000!  salary: $40,784-$54,317 Scale I1 Rank 2T (BS-Rank II Certification).  $47,805-$62,387 Scale I1 Rank 1T (MA-Rank II Certification).  $50,891-$65,927 Scale I1 Rank AA (AA Certification).  Direct deposit required. Annual salary based on hours scheduled to work each academic school year (187 days).  This is an exempt position and is not subject to overtime provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

To Apply: Go to www.aidb.org
 

Contact: Teresa Heath, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, P.O. Box 698 | 1209 Fort Lashley Ave., Talladega, AL 35161, 256-761-3302, heath.teresa@aidb.org
 

YELLOW BRICK ROAD COUNSELING

Counselor

 

Opportunity: We are looking for licensed LPC or ALC counselors to join our team! We have part-time and full-time positions open in Cullman, Cropwell, Oneonta and Morgan County.

Qualifications: You must be able to complete documentation in a timely manner, be motivated, and be willing to work with children and families. In depth responsibilities and compensation will be discussed during interview.

Notes: We provide steady referrals, office space, admin and billing staff, and continued support. COVID-19 considerations: We are currently offering Telehealth services. Our waiting rooms are currently closed. Masks are required for both employees and clients.

To Apply: Send resumes to sarah.brickell@ybrcounseling.com

Contact: Sarah Brickell, Ed. S., NCC, RPT, LPC, Executive Director, Yellow Brick Road Counseling, LLC, P.O. Box 1324, Cullman, AL 35056, (888) 355-7080 ext 701, sarah.brickell@ybrcounseling.com

 

ALABAMA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND

Counselor

 

About: AIDB is sensitive to the needs of individuals who are Blind or Visually Impaired and/or Deaf or Hard of Hearing and for qualified applicants and employees will make reasonable accommodations. The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) is the world’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and service program serving individuals of all ages who are deaf, blind, deafblind and multi-disabled and their families. Founded in 1858, AIDB serves more than 26,000 infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors with hearing and vision loss throughout Alabama each year. Our services literally span a lifetime including five campuses in Talladega, eight regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia with programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf..

Description: This position will work with students who are deaf or hard of hearing to provide in-depth psychological services with the goal of helping students succeed academically, socially, behaviorally, and emotionally. Professionals in this position are tasked with successfully providing individual and group counseling services while maintaining documentation of direct services. This position will be responsible for intervention as it relates to the implementation and evaluation of programs to promote positive learning environments for all students from diverse backgrounds, and to ensure equal access to effective educational and psychological services that promote positive mental health development. You will utilize your expertise to provide counseling, mentoring, and instructional services to help promote wellness by reinforcing strong communication, problem solving, anger management, self-regulation, and/or social skills. Through a collaborative team approach, you will provide services and supports that champion the limitless potential of all individuals. You will have an opportunity to use your professional knowledge to assist students with the ability to cope with social or emotional distress in an open, accepting and friendly environment. At AIDB we are limitless and so are the possibilities for your professional growth and fulfillment.

Qualifications: Master’s degree or higher degree in any area of counseling and a current license issued by a state board of examiners in counseling. Must be eligible to obtain a Provisional Certificate in School Counseling by completing the application process and meeting all requirements assigned by the Alabama State Department of Education within the first three years of employment. Must exhibit excellent oral and written communication skills Must demonstrate competency in working with both sensory impaired and non-sensory impaired (i.e. staff/parents).

Preferred: Master’s degree or higher in the area of School Counseling, Mental Health Counseling or related counseling degree. A valid Class A or Class AA Professional Educator Certificate in School Counseling. Successful work experience in the field of counseling. Knowledge of and experience with students who are deaf or hard of hearing.
 

Uphold the professionalism and ethical standards of counselors.Must be willing to work a flexible schedule to include evenings and weekends. Perform other duties, including cross-campus duties, as assigned. A sign language proficiency level of INTERMEDIATE, according to the AIDB evaluation system is required upon employment. A proficiency level of ADVANCED must be obtained within thirty (30) months of employment. (All applicants must provide documentation of sign language proficiency or take a sign language proficiency evaluation available through AIDB).

Notes: Upon offer of employment, the ABI/FBI record check must be completed based on the Alabama Child Protection Act of 1999 pursuant to Act 2002-457. A non-refundable fee of $48.15 is required at the scheduled appointment. Suitable criteria must be confirmed by the Alabama State Department of Education prior to beginning work. Salary: $44,869 - $59,857 Scale D2 Rank 56 MA/Provisional Certificate.   $50,518 - $70,393 Scale E2 Rank 61 Class AA Professional Educator Certificate.   $52,047 - $72,498 Scale E2 Rank 62 Class AA Professional Educator Certificate with Doctoral Degree.   Benefits: Health, dental, and vision insurance available.  TRS retirement.  Deferred compensation options available.  Paid time off.  12 paid holidays.  Direct deposit required.  This is an exempt position and is not subject to overtime and/or compensatory time provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.

To Apply: Go to www.aidb.org

 

Contact: Teresa Heath, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, P.O. Box 698 | 1209 Fort Lashley Ave., Talladega, AL 35161, 256-761-3302, heath.teresa@aidb.org

 

VALLIS MENTAL HEALTH

Counselor

 

Opportunity: Vallis Mental Health is a counseling therapy, private-practice office located in Madison, AL. We are looking to hire an ALC interested in a contract position with us. The position would be part-time or full-time, depending on the contractor’s caseload. For any interested party, please contact us at mentalhealth@vallisLLC.org as we would love to answer any additional questions about the job posting.

Contact: Brooke Nelson Murphy, MS LPC NCC CCTP, Licensed Professional Counselor, (256) 325-0467
 

PEACHTREE PLANNING
Financial Advisor


Opportunity: What You'll Be Doing, And Why It Matters...  As a financial advisor/team leader, you'll be educating others and assisting your team of advisors, their clients and future clients in evaluating their financial goals and developing effective, customized strategies to help make those goals a reality. Working with Peachtree Planning means devoting your career to meaningful work: improving the lives of individuals, families, and business owners by assisting them in planning for the futures they envision. You'll set your own hours and build your own practice enjoying independence, as well as the support of one of the most stable companies in the financial industry. You'll have a network of peers, access to leadership and the mentorship you need to support your development. By delivering financial knowledge and insight with integrity, when you become a part of the Peachtree team, you can make a positive impact in your community and create positive change in other people's lives.

Description: Advise clients on investment strategies and other financial decisions. Prepare presentations that recommend various financial strategies. Review and communicate plan performances to clients. Network and build relationships with new and existing team of advisors. Work with advisors to develop and grow their client base.

 

Recognized as a Best Places to Work in 2019 and 2020 by the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, The Nashville Business Journal, The Tennessean, and the Birmingham Business Journal and Business Alabama!

Contact: Scott Shunnarah (UM Alum), Managing Director, Peachtree Planning LLC, 3500 Blue Lake Dr. Suite 220, Birmingham, AL 35243, scott.shunnarah@peachtreeplanning.com, 205-313-6703


CENTRAL ALABAMA WELLNESS

Personal Care Assistant

Opportunity: This is an announcement for openings for Employment under the Department of Mental Health providing Personal Care for individuals with an Intellectual Disability. An Intellectual Disability is any individual with an IQ below 70 that has difficulty thinking, processing, participating, and understanding different aspects in general life. Life skills that can be impacted include certain conceptual, social, and practical skills. The different needs of individuals with ID means that some person(s) may needs assistance with Daily Livings Skills. Services are typically provided to participants who live in their own home with family members or other responsible person who can assist with the responsibilities of administering a self-directed services program.

 

Personal Care Definition: PCS are categorized as a range of human assistance provided to persons with disabilities and chronic conditions to enable them to accomplish activities of daily living (ADLs) or instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs). ADLs are activities a beneficiary engages in to meet fundamental needs on a daily basis, such as eating, bathing, dressing, ambulation, and transfers from one position to another. IADLs are day-to-day tasks that allow an individual to live independently but are not considered necessary for fundamental daily functioning. Tasks can include meal preparation, hygiene, light housework, and shopping for food and clothing.

Contact: Morgan Robinson, ID Case Manager, Mitchell Center, PO Drawer 689, Calera, AL 35040, 205-651-0077, mrobinson@Centralalabamawellness.org, www.centralalabamawellness.org

 

UNITED ABILITY

Hand-in-Hand Early Learning Program

Opportuinity: Hand in Hand ELP serves children with disabilities along with typical children. Hand in Hand is fully licensed by the Department of Human Resources and nationally accredited by NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children).

Lead Teacher: Full-time. Responsible for the overall operations of the classrooms in relation to education, safety, and internal and external communication. Experience in a Teaching Assistant capacity preferred, but not required. Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred, but Child Development Associate credential (CDA) at a minimum required for Lead Teacher with experience.

Teaching Assistants: Full-time, Part-time and Summer Opportunities. Assists the classroom teacher in implementing lesson plans; attends to child’s basis needs; and provides materials for children to use during learning and playing. Experience teaching or assisting in a daycare or pre-school environment preferred, or commensurate education. Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred, or Child Development Associate credential (CDA) , or working toward equivalence.

Notes: Full-time positions are eligible for benefits.  Interested candidates can apply on-line at www.unitedability.org/about/jobs/

Contact: Tiffaney Sides, Human Resources Manager, United Ability, 100 Oslo Circle, Birmingham, AL 35211, 205.944.3919, tsides@unitedability.org
 

PROMISE OPENS DOORS
Teach English Abroad


About: Promise Opens Doors is a non-profit organization which pioneered real-time online EFL instruction in 2004. We are proudly partnered with English First. Based in Boston, with an international office in Shanghai, English First is one of 16 divisions of Education First. EF was selected as the 2019 Best Education Company to work for in Asia. EF has been chosen as the language interpreter for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyongyang, South Korea, the 2021 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan and the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China.

Opportunity: This position is for: KIDS & TEENS SCHOOL. Focusing on language training and world travel, the Kids and Teen Division of English First serves students from age 3 years to 18 years at over 300 schools in 60 cities across China. Change your life and the life of a child, travel and teach, see the world, make a difference. Kids & Teens School – students age 3-18 years, separated into 4 age groups, with interactive touch screen tvs /white boards

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in any discipline or be within one year of graduation, a TEFL Certificate paid for by EF but not required at time of interview, pass a background check, ability to live abroad for one year. Other career opportunities available if you continue with EF after your initial teaching year.

Support: visa processing, dedicated mentor, airport pickup on arrival, meet/greet with staff and colleagues, housing support, city orientation, online EF community, EF co-pay health insurance, free hotel first two weeks with EF, weekly EF sponsored social/cultural events.  $1900 - $2000 /month based on qualifications, $1100 flight allowance.  10 paid annual leave days plus 11 national holidays.  Applicants accepted through Promise receive $200 up front upon arrival at international school placement.

Notes: Hours: 35 hrs/week.  Candidates may apply within one year of graduation. Anticipated start date: 3-5 months from accepted application. Valid Passports issued by: US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia or New Zealand.

 

To Apply: use this link: https://www.promiseopensdoorstesol.org/landingpage-efrecruit Or email your resume directly to: careeradvisor@promiseopensdoors.org

Contact: Carol Verrone, Promise Opens Doors, careeradvisor@promiseopensdoors.org

HEARST BROADCASTING (BIRMINGHAM)
Sales Account Associate


Description: As a Sales Account Associate, you will work with the sales team on processing and advertising contracts, obtaining creative materials, generating support materials for sales teams, and coordinating the scheduling and launch of advertising campaigns. This individual will work closely with the advertising sales team to ensure effective placement of sales activity. The Entry Level ??? Sales Associate position is a training sales program that will develop Sales Account Associates into Sales Account Executives.

Assist the development of sales proposals, advertising packages, and client presentations. Create supportive marketing materials for the sales department. Prepare proposals based on account executive requests. Effectively communicate with internal teams (including: sales, production, finance) and external clients on performance and delivery of campaigns. Entering and maintaining all orders including electronic transfer and maintenance of all MediaLine/WOCentral orders to WideOrbit. Maintain and organize sales databases. Interact with co-workers, clients and the viewing public in a professional manner, both on the phone and in person.
 

Training and Development: Comprehensive 10-12-month training, with ongoing career development and opportunities through the Hearst Sales Development Program. Learn industry-leading communication and sales techniques. Train with top sales producers. Learn software skills on MediaLine and WideOrbit. After the Hearst Sales Development Program, you will be eligible for an increase in responsibilities and a new job title.
 

Qualifications: College degree OR relevant experience in sales, customer service, business administration, or related field. Military training will be considered.  Ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment, manage multiple projects, and tight deadlines. Strong verbal and written communication skills are essential. Excellent social, intrapersonal, and presentation skills. Must be highly-focused, organized, and detail oriented. Proficient in Excel. Must have an entrepreneurial mindset.

Compensation and Benefits: Competitive Pay. Extensive Training Program. Health and Welfare Programs Including Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance. Retirement and Income Protection Programs Including a 401k plan. Work/Life Programs Including Paid Vacation and Holidays. Career Advancement Opportunities
 

To Apply: Please visit careers.htv.hearst.com

 

Contact: Chelsea Swinford, cswinford@hearst.com
 

SHELBY COUNTY SCHOOLS
Teachers

Opportunity:  Shelby county School System is hiring teachers in all categories: elementary education, secondary education, special education, physical education, and more.

 

Description: Teacher candidates are invited to sign up today for a Preliminary Interview by visiting this link: https://sites.google.com/shelbyed.org/preliminary-interview/home

 

Contact: Resia Brooks, Human Resources Dept, Shelby County Schools, 410 East College Street, P.O. Box 1910,
Columbiana, AL 35051, 205.682.7000, rbrooks@shelbyed.org

 

WVTM-TV 33/40
Sales Assistant


Opportunity: WVTM is looking for an organized, detail-oriented team player with exceptional written and verbal skills, and the ability to prioritize and manage time effectively. A positive attitude and professional demeanor is essential along with the flexibility to work in a rapidly changing environment. Individual will work closely with the sales team to ensure effective placement of sales activity. Specifically, you'll work with the sales force on processing advertising contracts, obtaining creative materials, generating support materials for sales team, and coordinating the scheduling and launch of advertising campaigns. This is a great opportunity in a growing organization for someone who is able to maintain a high level of accuracy and remain calm under pressure. This career opportunity is a great way to get your foot in the door at a highly-respected TV station and begin a career with Hearst Television, an industry-leading television station group.

Description: Entering Local copy and working with ad operations in Charlotte to close the log each day. Assist in the development of sales proposals, advertising packages and client presentations. Create supportive marketing materials for sales department. Effectively communicate with internal teams (sales, production, finance) and external clients on performance and delivery of campaigns. Maintain organized filing systems. Prepare proposals based on account executive requests. Keep progress tabs on various sales initiatives. Work cooperatively with managers, co-workers and clients to deliver a high-level of service. Interact with co-workers, clients and the viewing public in a professional manner, both on the phone and in person

Qualifications: College degree in broadcast journalism, broadcast news, or related field. Related military training and experience will be considered. Must have computer and software experience. Previous commercial television experience a plus. Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word and Power Point. Ability to thrive in a fast-paced work environment, manage multiple projects and tight deadlines. Consistently meet deadlines in a challenging and dynamic environment. Capable of learning new systems promptly and thoroughly. Strong verbal and written communication skills are essential. Must be highly-focused, organized, and detail oriented. Must take pride in work, respond to instruction well, thrive in a fast-paced environment, enjoy working independently and perform at a consistently high-level. Deal with the daily stresses and pressures associated with commercial television sales. Extreme attention to detail.
 

To Apply: Please visit careers.htv.hearst.com

 

Contact: Chelsea Swinford, cswinford@hearst.com

 

CARVANA (BESSEMER)
Inventory Associate/Auto Technician/Auto Body Associates

Opportunity:  Carvana is seeking an Inventory Associates, Auto Technicians, and Auto Body Professionals for our
Bessemer Inspection Center.  We strive to provide only the highest quality vehicles to our customers in our mission to deliver a no- hassle, better car-buying experience.

 

Automotive Technicians I, II, and III - You will have the opportunity to work in inventory and post-production at our inspection center.

Inventory Associates - You will have the opportunity to work in the detail, inventory, or photobooth department at our inspection center.

Auto Body Associates - Carvana is seeking autobody sand and buffer, autobody professionals, and autobody preppers. As an Autobody Associate, you will have the opportunity to work in the Cosmetic department at our inspection center.

To Apply: CARVANA.COM/CAREERS...  SELECT “BESSEMER” AS LOCATION

Contact: Rob Buechler, Thomas.Buechler@carvana.com or Karrie Cooper, Karrie.Cooper@carvana.com, Carvana, 1951 Morgan Rd., Bessemer, Al 35022

 

WBMA-TV
Lifestyle Show Host


Opportunity: WBMA, ABC affiliate in Birmingham, Alabama, is seeking a dynamic, energetic, and experienced full-time Host for our live lifestyle show, Talk of Alabama. Talk of Alabama is a live talk show that combines paid segments along with entertainment, community and lifestyle segments. The live show airs Monday through Friday 9 am to 10 am every week. The ideal Host will produce and conduct live and taped paid and non-paid interviews, segments and packages, go live in the field, participate in product demonstrations, produce segments in the studio and in the field. You will be expected to produce daily content on a variety of platforms including the internet, social networking sites and mobile phones, in addition to television.

Description: Assists with daily show preparation and content generation. Ability to conduct live and taped interviews in studio and in the field. Assist the Executive Producer with booking guests and writing teases. Able to shoot, write and edit paid and non-paid stories. Participates in pre and post-show meetings. Contributes content to the website and all digital platforms. Interacts with viewers on social media. Produce sales segments (live and pre-taped) in rundown. Create and order graphics for paid/non-paid segments. Select or provide b-roll for interviews. Call and schedule sales clients for in studio interviews and shoots. Write and deliver interviews and stories in a clear and concise manner. Meet with account executives regularly for show ideas that generate revenue

Qualifications: achelor’s degree in journalism, a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and work-related experience. A minimum of 1 year of on-air hosting experience on a Lifestyle Show or equivalent. Must have a minimum of 1 year of experience shooting video, writing and editing long and short form packages, vignettes, Facebook lives, and other on air or digital assignments as needed. Strong interviewing and interpersonal skills. Must work professionally and collaboratively and help foster a team environment with co-workers. Professional interaction and collaboration with clients and guests is required. The ability to carry out sales segments as assigned. Sharp judgment. Excellent technical skills. The ability to work well independently. Experience with live shots is required. Experience with Live-U is a plus. Must have and maintain a valid driver's license and a good driving record. Proficiency with computers, telephones, and other office equipment. The ability to meet deadlines, prioritize assignments, and handle multiple tasks simultaneously. Flexibility to work any shift, including weekends and holidays as needed.

To Apply: Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/4074

Please include a link to your online demo reel.
 

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES OF ALABAMA
Licensed Counselor


Opportunity: Practice clinical counseling with a full range of clients. Work as part of a general clinical practice that includes an intensive outpatient program in treating OCD and related disorders and anxiety disorders (institutional affiliate with the International OCD Foundation) Participate in group and peer supervision sessions. We will teach you or enhance your skills with CBT including exposure and response prevention in the treatment of OCD and a full range of mental disorders.

Qualifications: Preference for LPC eligible for insurance reimbursement.  Preferences for enthusiastic learners, learning theory or behavior therapy background or willingness to use CBT in a full range of clinical work.

Notes: Competitive salary, partial health insurance coverage, 12 paid holidays, two weeks of paid vacation to start. Salary is flexible depending upon training, experience, and current participation on insurance panels.

To Apply: Send resume to intake@bsoal.com

Contact: David L. Barnhart, EdD, Behavioral Sciences of Alabama, Inc., 810 Shoney Drive, Suite 120, Huntsville, AL 35801, Telephone 256-883-3231, Fax 256-883-9577, Websites: https://southeastocd.com, https://www.behavioralsciencesofalabama.com
 

BIRMINGHAM ZOO
Several FT/PT Positions

 

Join our team! We're hiring! Want to be WILD about your job? The Birmingham Zoo is seeking candidates in several areas!
.
Membership and Group Sales – Full time

Operations Supervisor – Full Time
Special Events Manager – Full Time
Human Resources Manager – Full Time
Park Quality (Cleaning) – Part time
Security - Full and Part time
Cashier – Part time

To Apply: Go to https://www.birminghamzoo.com/about-us/employment/current-positions/
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NATIONAL CHILDREN'S ADVOCACY

Therapist

Opportunity: The National Children’s Advocacy has a job opening for a Therapist position.

To Apply: The job is posted on the Careers page of the NCAC website which can be found here: https://www.nationalcac.org/careers/

Or go to our website at www.nationalcac.org...  Click on About... Click on Careers.

Contact: Michelle R. Krohn, HR Manager/Executive Assistant, National Children’s Advocacy, 210 Pratt Avenue NE | Huntsville, Alabama 35801, Office: 256-327-3773, Fax: 256-327-3818, Web: nationalcac.org

 

MATHNASIUM
Instructor/Math Tutor

Description: The Mathnasium Instructor is responsible for delivering mathematical instruction to students using the Mathnasium method. The Instructor is committed to providing exceptional customer service through an expert approach that is personal and prescriptive, attending to each individual student’s needs. The Instructor builds students’ confidence and self-esteem through successful encounters and interactions with carefully selected materials. The Instructor works as part of a team and operates in a Team Teaching environment where collaboration and communication ensure all student needs are addressed. The Mathnasium Instructor is the backbone of Mathnasium’s customer service by delivering exceptional math instruction for students.

Qualifications: Instructors must be passionate about math and have strong skills through Algebra I. Instructors who work with high school students must also excel in math through Algebra II, Trig, and higher math topics. Instructors must be willing to successfully complete training and apply new pedagogy to teach the Mathnasium Way.

Engaging: Instructors must interact well with students and be able to instruct students clearly and concisely. Instructors should be able to inspire students to do well, establish a fun learning environment, and consistently demonstrate enthusiasm in teaching math. Instructors should be able to build strong relationships with students in order to keep them engaged with work.

Facilitator: Instructors must move easily from one student to another and be able to keep track of multiple instructional lessons that happen concurrently. Instructors must be able to evaluate and document progress in order to facilitate student learning. Instructors must be able correct work and provide students constructive feedback using positive reinforcement techniques that bolster confidence with math.

Contact Info: Jake Johnson, Center Director, Mathnasium of Inverness Corners, 410 Inverness Corners (intersection of Hwy 280 and Valleydale), Birmingham, Alabama 35242, (205) 437 3322, invernesscorners@mathnasium.com

WBMA/WJSU/WCFT
Marketing Consultant

Opportunity: WBMA/WJSU/WCFT is looking for an enthusiastic, motivated Marketing/Sales Consultant who will meet or exceed revenue goals by designing creative client campaigns that drive desired business results. We are looking for someone who can connect with clients and help them achieve their business objectives through effective TV and digital advertising.


Description: Generate revenue for the station and meet monthly goals through effective outside sales techniques. Develop new business and create results for clients through creative and effective targeted campaigns. Research and build campaign solutions, including overall branding and creative and ensure campaign execution meets client expectation. Establish trusting relationships with clients, community and Sinclair and meet all commitments with adequate preparation, delivery and follow-through. Grow your book of business in alignment with goals while identifying companies that are expanding, relocating, hiring. Meet or exceed revenue targets for existing, new, and digital business, as well as corporate initiatives and develop a strategy to support achievement of goals. Grow share of clients’ advertising spend while increasing their overall spend. Support quality deliverables to drive client results. Support collection of receivables. Build and enhance sales skills, to include effective story-telling, prospecting and relationship-building, negotiation, closing. Develop capabilities to produce creative and effective campaigns.

 

Qualifications: Passion for contributing to a sales team with a positive mindset. Driven by practical results, opportunities to learn, and opportunities to assist others with intention. Effective relationship building, customer service, communication and negotiation skills. Superior business acumen related to new media, digital interactive initiatives and social media required. Media sales experience preferred and an excellent understanding of tv and media plans, advertising marketplace, and key competition. Ability to quickly recover from adversity. Ability to effectively communicate, build rapport and relate well to all kinds of people. Professional appearance a must. Reliable transportation, valid drivers license and a satisfactory driving record.


About: Make your mark in Media with Sinclair Broadcast Group, a diversified media company dedicated to connecting people with content everywhere! We have consistently led the broadcast industry since our inception, and now Sinclair owns the largest regional sports network business and one of the largest television broadcast portfolios in the country. Also, we have affiliations with all of the major broadcast networks, our own Tennis Channel, and several multicast networks including TBD and Comet. Our content is distributed over-the-air, on multi-video providers, and through our industry-leading digital media platforms. We also recently launched a free TV streaming service called STIRR. Our success is the direct result of our extraordinary employees and management team who believe in our vision and are dedicated to ensuring a great future for our employees. We are advancing the world of Media and want YOU to join our winning team!

Our Marketing Consultants are some of the highest commissioned sales people in the industry. If you are interested in selling some of the best media in the industry, we want to hear from you!  The life-blood of our organization is our people. We have a compelling story, a goal-oriented culture, and we take really good care of people. How good? Here is a glimpse: great benefits, open-door policy, upward mobility and a strong desire to see you succeed. Ready to be part of a winning team? Let’s talk.

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
To Apply: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/3253

 

SHERWIN WILLIAMS
Management Training Program

Opportunity: My name is Brandon Wood and I am the Store Manager at the Sherwin Williams located in Pelham, My store, along with many others in the Birmingham area, have full time and part time positions open if you have any students that are looking for work. We also have a Management Training Program for recent graduates who are looking into management positions. I myself worked part time while attending Jeff State and went through the program after graduating. If you have anyone that is interested have them reach out to me, or I can send you more information if needed.

Contact: Brandon Wood, Store Manager, Sherwin-Williams #702722, 2866 HIGHWAY 31 S, PELHAM, AL 35124 USA, PHONE: (205) 664-0260, FAX: (205) 664-0663, sw702722@sherwin.com

WBMA/WJSU/WCFT
Assistant News Director

Opportunity: WBMA/WJSU/WCFT is seeking an experienced, hands-on Assistant News Director with strong leadership skills and a bold style to lead the day-to-day content for Alabama's News Leader. Our mission is to produce original stories with a distinctive focus on accountability reporting. You will work on story development with reporters, lead editorial meetings and work closely with the digital team to produce content on all ABC 33/40 platforms. The person in role not only implements the News Director's vision but oversees new employee training, employee feeback, and helps manage time cards & schedules.

Description: Work closely with Producers, Reporters, Anchors, Assignment Editor and Photographers on daily news coverage. Oversee production of newscasts and special programming. Review daily newscasts to ensure quality control and brand compliance. Write copy and edit scripts for on-air and digital. Work with the News Director and other managers to establish newsroom goals and work to develop and further the station’s news brand. Create tactics and strategies to increase demos performance in key target areas for multiple platforms. Evaluate workflow efficiencies. Assist in the on-going evaluation of personnel. Help with recruiting and hiring for news department personnel
 

Qualifications: Four-year degree in journalism or communications preferred. Minimum of seven years of experience as a News Manager. Working knowledge of journalistic ethics, libel, and privacy laws. Strong writing skills and a proven track record for getting results on initiatives. Ability to plan and adjust personnel during breaking news. Be investigative and enterprise reporting-driven. A passion for social media. Problem solver. Great people skills with an emphasis on coaching and motivating. Broad understanding of newsroom operations and equipment.
 

About: Make your mark in Media with Sinclair Broadcast Group, a diversified media company dedicated to connecting people with content everywhere! We have consistently led the broadcast industry since our inception, and now Sinclair owns the largest regional sports network business and one of the largest television broadcast portfolios in the country. Also, we have affiliations with all of the major broadcast networks, our own Tennis Channel, and several multicast networks including TBD and Comet. Our content is distributed over-the-air, on multi-video providers, and through our industry-leading digital media platforms. We also recently launched a free TV streaming service called STIRR. Our success is the direct result of our extraordinary employees and management team who believe in our vision and are dedicated to ensuring a great future for our employees. We are advancing the world of Media and want YOU to join our winning team! The life-blood of our organization is our people. We have a compelling story, a goal-oriented culture, and we take really good care of people. How good? Here is a glimpse: great benefits, open-door policy, upward mobility and a strong desire to see you succeed. Ready to be part of a winning team? Let’s talk.

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
To Apply: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/3208

 

ABC 33/40 TV

Investigative Reporter
 

Opportunity: ABC 33/40 seeks an enterprising and aggressive reporter to join our team of investigative and consumer reporters. We are looking for someone with a clear understanding of how to dig for a story, research it, write it with an edge, and use strong storytelling and TV production to make it impactful and memorable. The ideal candidate is an aggressive reporter with deep curiosity and unrelenting commitment to get to the bottom of an issue and hold individuals accountable.

Description: Develop and maintain contacts and sources in the community to enterprise story ideas. Identify and pitch investigative angles to big daily news stories. Work closely with Producer and Executive Producer to refine investigative pitches and story scripts. Develop a network of sources and experts to generate investigative stories on a regular basis. Write online versions of investigative reports and work with Digital Investigative Producer on "web extra" content for each investigation. Maintain an active social media presence to build your brand and solicit original story ideas.

Qualifications: Must be able to develop and maintain sources. Dynamic live television and storytelling skills are a must. Strong social media skillset for both research and promoting stories as well as gathering viewer input. Knowledge of the FOAI (Freedom of Information Act) process, computer-assisted reporting, and data-driven reporting along with familiarity of legal issues related to investigative television news reporting are essential. Strong writing skills and knowledge of current events. Five years of commerical television reporting required. Investigative reporting experience preferred. History of award-winning investigative journalism preferred.
 

About: Make your mark in Media with Sinclair Broadcast Group, a diversified media company dedicated to connecting people with content everywhere! We have consistently led the broadcast industry since our inception, and now Sinclair owns the largest regional sports network business and one of the largest television broadcast portfolios in the country. Also, we have affiliations with all of the major broadcast networks, our own Tennis Channel, and several multicast networks including TBD and Comet. Our content is distributed over-the-air, on multi-video providers, and through our industry-leading digital media platforms. We also recently launched a free TV streaming service called STIRR. Our success is the direct result of our extraordinary employees and management team who believe in our vision and are dedicated to ensuring a great future for our employees. We are advancing the world of Media and want YOU to join our winning team!

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
To Apply: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/3803
While applying please provide an online portfolio/reel link for review

 

WZDX TV

Account Manager
 

Opportunity: WZDX, the TEGNA FOX affiliate in Huntsville, AL is seeking an Account Manager to join our sales team. We’re looking for a driven candidate to manage the day-to-day responsibilities of accounts with sales team members. Must be able to provide an optimal customer experience by having a deep understanding of the TEGNA solutions.

 

Description: Engage in daily interaction with existing agency and direct client business; this responsibility includes maintenance of client schedules on television and online in addition to implementation of special projects and promotions. Works in tandem with AE, and local sales management team to develop sales presentations. Attends sales meetings and training to obtain sales, product and process information and keep abreast of company products and services in order to articulate to client, when appropriate. Partners with designated Account Executives in the development of new/incremental revenue. Self-motivation and willingness to work as a team player are essential attributes. Creativity, flexibility, and ability to change with our industry are also keys to success. Able to make decisions and solve problems independently to support the customer. Assists designated Account Executives with order entry, maintenance of contracts, generating avails, traffic, make-goods, collections and overall customer service. Regular tracking of client audience delivery using Nielsen ratings and digital fulfillment. Coordinates with designated AE’s to set up new customer accounts, contracts, order entry and revisions.

Responsibilities: Broadcast and Digital order entry and maintenance with high level of accuracy. Request, update and monitor creative scheduling. Execute creative development for client advertising campaigns. Manage the startup process for marketing campaigns including participation on all campaign onboarding calls. Monitor marketing campaigns pacing and effectiveness to ensure campaign delivery and success. Assist the sales team with developing creative multimedia recommendations through research to meet customers' expectations while utilizing our digital product suite. Retain and grow our revenue by proactively finding opportunities to optimize campaign performance. Report monthly metrics and campaign results account executives and assist AE's and sales managers in interpreting the results to the client. Manage and communicate inventory sell through percentages and avails to staff for all solutions. Help to educate staff and clients on effective marketing strategies and revenue growth tactics that utilize our growing product suite. Create and communicate digital and video presentations for sales staff on successful digital campaigns. Create and communicate packages and presentations for revenue team designed to showcase solutions utilizing all research tools and data available. Work as a liaison with 3rd party vendors (ComScore, Media Monitors, and Wide Orbit). Attend client campaign recap meetings as the digital fulfillment expert. Attend sales calls, if needed, as the expert on our product offerings.

Qualifications: Ability to work in a fast-paced, performance-based sales environment. Excellent communication and presentation skills. Proficient in Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Salesforce and WideOrbit experience a plus. College Degree preferred. Media experience preferred. Must be a self-starter.
 

About: TEGNA is an innovative media company that serves the greater good of our communities. Across platforms, TEGNA tells empowering stories, conducts impactful investigations and delivers innovative marketing solutions. With 64 television stations and four radio stations in 51 markets, TEGNA is the largest owner of top 4 affiliates in the top 25 markets, reaching over 38 percent of all television households nationwide. TEGNA also owns leading multicast networks Justice Network and Quest. TEGNA Marketing Solutions (TMS) offers innovative solutions to help businesses reach consumers across television, email, social and over-the-top (OTT) platforms, including Premion, TEGNA’s OTT advertising service. For more information, visit www.TEGNA.com.

To Apply: Go to http://www.jobs.net/j/JrKSiLFl

Contact: Bayyinah Muhammad, Email b.muhammad@tegna.com, Website http://www.rocketcitynow.com

SHELBY COUNTY TREATMENT CENTER
Therapist

 

Opportunity: We have an opening for a Therapist Position at Shelby County Treatment Center, at our Alabaster office and also a position at Chilton County Treatment Center in Clanton. LPC, ALC and Masters Level professionals are encouraged to apply.

 

Contact: Donna Joiner, Shelby County Treatment Center, donnajoiner53@gmail.com, 205-755-4300
 

MARVIN'S HARDWARE

Team Leader

 

Opportunity: Do you want to be part of the management TEAM at Marvin's Building Materials? A successful Team Leader will demonstrate excellent customer service at all times, effectively lead all store location associates and is responsible for total location operations in the occasional absence of salaried store management. A Team Leader must develop expertise in company culture, merchandising, shrink control and operational aspects of the store and continuously focus on career development toward senior management. A successful Team Leader must become knowledgeable of the local market, customer base, seasonality opportunities, competitors and other specifics of the local market that may influence the business. A Team Leader is a role model, a leader and problem-solver, who must manage her/his time to help achieve budgeted location goals. A Team Leader is responsible for instilling company values in all associates and ensuring the entire location operates according to company guidelines.

Customer Service: Exemplify and ensure company values remain forefront in daily business as well as keeping all associates informed as to store and company expectations and news. Ensure excellent customer service is defined to associates and demonstrated as part of total location operations to exceed customer expectations. Supervise other associates as assigned. Maintain a high level of enthusiasm, commitment and energy, motivating other employees to do the same. Provide appropriate solutions to customers questions. Keeping up-to-date on all current programs, company procedures, and communicating them to all employees. Properly coordinate merchandise orders to keep up with sales trends and customer demands.  Completing cycle counts in a timely manner and reconciling any inventory discrepancies. Demonstrate leadership and adhere to company values. Train all incoming new associates in product knowledge, selling skills, and customer service. Maintain the appearance of the sales floor and stock areas to include stocking product. Create merchandise displays to improve sales and ease of shopping. Work with other associates in order to complete tasks and achieve budgeted goals. Completing price shops and price changes in a timely manner.

 

Must be certified in all areas of the location to include but are not limited to inside and outside forklifts and DOT. Must continuously develop product knowledge, be able to complete opening and closing procedures and master all store customer service skills to include, but are not limited to banding lumber, cutting keys, mixing paint, keying locks and cutting flooring.

Safety & Loss Prevention: Understand and review daily and weekly maintenance checklist to ensure safe operation and enhance longevity of company equipment. Clean the interior store and exterior areas of the facility. Help identify and correct safety problems or hazards. Follow company procedure with regard to any handling of paperwork, cash, credit cards, or checks. Possess strong working knowledge of store and yard security measures. Report all violations of company policy immediately. Ensure all equipment is in good condition and safe (ladders, forklifts, trucks). Follow and ensure others follow company safety guidelines and basic safety practices at all times. Attend and participate at regular safety meetings with store associates.

Qualifications: Must demonstrate leadership and problem solving skills. Be able to manage with limited supervision. They must have good oral/written communication skills in order to effectively interact with customers, vendors and other associates. A successful Team Leader must understand excellent customer service and be team-oriented. They must be able to develop good management and organizational skills. Additionally, they must develop their ability to understand and interpret data presented in statistical or numerical form and be able to use it effectively in assessing and coordinating the merchandise and operational aspects of the store operations in the absence of salaried management. They must be detail oriented and handle multiple tasks in a fast paced environment. They must be able to climb up and down ladders, reach, bend, twist, kneel, lift up to 50 lbs., handle large odd shaped items, and stock items in overhead areas. Finally, they must be able to work a flexible schedule including weekends, evenings, and holidays.
 

To Apply: http://cnrgstores.hirecentric.com/jobsearch/

 

Contact: Randi Jones, Marvin's Hardware, Calera, AL, randi.jones@marvins.com

 

WARRIOR WELLNESS GROUP

Licensed Therapist


Oppiortunity: Warrior Wellness Group, LLC, located in Alabaster, Alabama, is currently seeking applicants for the position of Licensed Professional Counselor, Associate Licensed Counselor, or LICSW-PIP. Counselors who are paneled with major insurances are preferred, as to only require an adjustment for a new location. Applicants must have proof of current license. Therapist will be starting with an already established caseload. Looking for full time applicant. Great benefit package! For our adolescent clients, the utilization of therapeutic techniques such as play therapy or art therapy is a plus. Must be willing to see children and adolescents.  Looking to hire two to three new therapists. Job Type: Full-time. Pay: Up to $50,000.00 per year.

Qualifications: Masters degree in counseling with corresponding licenses and certifications.  RPT a plus!

Benefits: Annual salary based on experience. 50% health insurance paid by company. One week paid vacation after six months. After two years, two weeks paid vacation accrual. Paid holidays to include New Years Day, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day. Sick leave. General liability and professional liability provided. Hiring bonus! Short term disability/long term disability/life insurance/401(k) available. Company-wide referral system (minimum work needed to help build client base). Administrative support (full time receptionist) with billing and scheduling.

Contact: Cherie Hickey, Owner, LPC, NCC, Warrior Wellness Group, LLC, 1130 1st Street North Suite 200, Alabaster, Alabama 35007, Office (205) 624-2422, Fax (205) 624-3091, www.warriorwellnessgroup.com

 

MARVIN'S HARDWARE
Commercial Sales Rep


Opportunity: The Commercial Salesperson plays an important role in driving commercial sales for the store. They should strive to provide superior customer service by providing quality solutions for the business needs of our commercial customers while meeting the individual and store expectations for sales volume and gross margin. The Commercial Salesperson must work effectively with customers, vendors, and other Marvin's associates.

Description: Presenting a professional, pleasant and positive customer service-oriented image when dealing with customers or vendors either in person or on the phone. Practice aggressive customer service to exceed our commercial customer's expectations. Maintaining the commercial sales area in the store in a neat and professional manner.
Processing sales for all cash and credit commercial customers as well as consumer homebuilders and retail customers as needed. Possessing the technical expertise and product knowledge necessary to properly assist commercial customers with their questions. Meeting commercial sales and gross margin goals for the store. Producing materials lists upon request. Soliciting, properly documenting on the Quote Log, and promptly responding to quote requests. Maintaining Marvin's as an active bidder on all government and institutional bid lists.  Learning and understanding the proper use of Marvin's computer system(s) and other tools available. Soliciting potential customers to open a commercial credit account with Marvin's. Working effectively as a team with the commercial sales personnel at other locations, other associates and vendors to best serve our commercial customers and retail customers as needed.
Becoming familiar with the local market and adapting quickly to changes in the market. Assisting store management in developing sales plans outlining target customers, growth opportunities, and sales and margin expectations. Advising store management of new product needs and changes. Participation in local builder associations (where available) and maintaining business contacts through these organizations. Assisting store management in maintaining competitive prices by monitoring local commercial competition. Daily calls to existing customers using the Weekly Commercial Call Report and personal visits, documenting these calls and following up on any issues in a timely manner. Active participation in weekly meetings with the store manager, assistant manager, yard manager, drivers, and outside team players to discuss any issues relating to the prior week, any upcoming potential issues, future product needs, evaluate sales for the prior week, evaluate opportunities for the upcoming week, and other items relating to commercial sales.

Qualifications: A successful Commercial Salesperson: Must have good oral/written communication skills in order to effectively interact with customers, vendors, and other associates in person and on the telephone. Must be customer service-oriented and team-oriented. Must have good organizational skills. Must be able to effectively manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Must have a valid driver's license. Must be able to climb up and down ladders, reach, bend, twist, kneel, lift up to 50 lbs., handle large odd shaped items, and stock items in overhead areas. Must be able to accurately count and distinguish merchandise. Must be able to learn to use a computer to complete customer transactions. Must have building construction and product knowledge experience. Must be able to work a flexible schedule including weekends, evenings, and holidays.
 

To Apply: http://cnrgstores.hirecentric.com/jobsearch/

 

Contact: Randi Jones, Marvin's Hardware, Calera, AL, randi.jones@marvins.com

 

MARVIN'S HARDWARE
Cashier (Full Time or Part Time)


Description: A Cashier must provide aggressive customer service through greeting customers as they enter the store and the timely, accurate processing of customer transactions. Also, a Cashier greets customers as they approach the register area, scans merchandise, processes all sales, refunds/exchanges and uses the register to close transactions. The position also includes training, maintenance and stocking responsibilities as assigned similar to that of a CNRG - Marvin's Sales Associate. Since the cashier will often be the first and last person a customer will encounter when shopping at Marvin's they should greet each customer when they enter and thank each customer for shopping with us as they leave.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Understanding and conducting yourself according to our Values. Accurately processing customer transactions in an orderly, timely, and friendly manner (credit cards, cash, checks, etc.) Greeting customers as they enter and exit the store, creating a lasting impression of friendliness to the customer. Verifying merchandise quantities, descriptions, and prices to ensure accuracy when completing a transaction. Handling returns/exchanges and sales of merchandise. Answer incoming phone calls in a prompt, efficient and courteous manner. Receiving payment on commercial accounts, receiving money from drivers on C.O.D. tickets and aiding in credit application completion. Completing and filing due tickets for customers needing a later pick-up. Accurately counting down all tenders, preparing deposits and organizing the drawer for the following day. Utilizing the credit and check verification system according to established company policy and procedures. Ensuring the daily inflow and outflow of paperwork, including filing and storage, is handled in an efficient and precise manner according to established procedures which will include daily reports, currency and other documentation as necessary. Directing customers to items in the store and calling other team members for customer assistance. Responsibility for cash and controls to protect company assets. Ability to maintain a positive customer service-attitude at all times. Following all register procedures. Ability to accurately determine the difference between similar products. Help keep the store clean.
 

Safety & Loss Prevention: Possess working knowledge of company and store security measures. Understand common techniques employed by shoplifters or others seeking to defraud the company and remain vigilant about observing suspect activity and reporting it to management. Follow company safety guidelines and basic safety practices at all times. Participate in regular store safety meetings.
 

To Apply: http://cnrgstores.hirecentric.com/jobsearch/

 

Contact: Randi Jones, Marvin's Hardware, Calera, AL, randi.jones@marvins.com

 

MARVIN'S HARDWARE
Yard Associate (Full Time/ Part Time)


Opportunity: Yard and warehouse associates are responsible for providing excellent customer service while handling merchandise, unloading or loading trucks, and waiting on customers. Yard and warehouse associates must protect company assets such as trucks and forklifts and must always act in a safe and professional manner.

Customer Service and Inventory Maintenance:Greet customers or professional contractors in a friendly manner upon entry into the yard or warehouse. Operate forklift to merchandise and stock yard and warehouse. Assist truck drivers in delivery of merchandise to homeowners and job sites using company equipment. Load materials into customers' vehicles or on to company delivery vehicles, after validating type and quantity based on the record of the transaction from the company's point-of-sale system. Develop thorough expertise related to operation of the forklifts, warehouse lifts, pallet jacks, or other equipment utilized for product movement at the store. Unload incoming freight, taking care not to damage the incoming goods or the equipment that belongs to the carrier. Accurately build loads and prepare materials for delivery before delivery takes place. Identify product shortages and out-of-stocks and report to store management. Maintain yard and warehouse maintenance in clean and orderly condition. Assist cashiers or other store personnel as requested when customers need help with items taken through the register, such as bagged goods or bulky items. Assist with contractor sales counter functions as necessary.

Safety & Loss Prevention: Possess strong working knowledge of store security measures as they relate to delivery and yard operations.Ensure all equipment is in good condition and safe (ladders, forklifts, trucks). Follow company safety guidelines and basic safety practices at all times. Attend and participate at regular safety meetings with store associates. Prepare delivered inventory in a manner that best protects against loss and theft (proper banding and strapping, tarps as necessary, job site drops, etc.)
 

To Apply: http://cnrgstores.hirecentric.com/jobsearch/

 

Contact: Randi Jones, Marvin's Hardware, Calera, AL, randi.jones@marvins.com

 


MARCH 2021

 

RED MOUNTAIN THEATRE COMPANY

Careers | Internships


Opportunity: Come grow with us! Red Mountain Theatre is moving to a new, leading edge Arts Campus and looking to grow our team!  Red Mountain Theatre, in Birmingham, is currently hiring for several career and internship positions in a variety of areas.

 

We are seeking qualified candidates for the following positions:  Music Supervisor...  Development Coordinator...  Community Education Manager...  Bar Manager...  Business...  Development Manager...  Marketing Manager...  Patron Experience Manager.
 

More Info: To learn more about career and internship opportunities at Red Mountain Theatre, visit:

https://redmountaintheatre.org/contact-us/careers-internships/

 

To Apply: E-mail info@redmountaintheatre.org with the job title in the subject line and include your resume and cover letter. No phone calls please.

 

ALTAMONT SCHOOL
Chemistry Teacher

Opportunity: The Altamont School is currently seeking a Long-Term Substitute Chemistry Teacher for mid-September through December. The Altamont School’s mission is to improve the fabric of society by graduating compassionate, well-educated individuals capable of independent thinking and innovative ideas. We seek supportive employees who are lifelong learners and model that for our students.

Description: Using the teacher’s materials, instruct the AP Chemistry curriculum framework and implement lesson plans to instruct the coursework typically covered by the teacher in the first semester. Topics include: Thermodynamics, Atomic Structure, Bonding and Geometry, Intermolecular Forces. Using the teacher’s materials: plan, supervise, and implement the tenth grade Honors Chemistry first semester curriculum with a focus on the Next Generation Science Standards. Topics include naming compounds, moles, balancing equations, stoichiometry, solutions, and gases. Deliver lesson plans using a variety of instructional materials that facilitate active learning with clear learning and teaching objectives. Ensures objectives are met through effective teaching, high expectations, and sound learning in an inclusive, engaging classroom environment. Utilize technological modalities and hands-on laboratory work and research to further lesson effectiveness. Monitor, document, and assess student progress, maintaining close communication with parents and appropriate school personnel. Provides students with feedback, critiques, encouragement, and support. Consistently assessing student achievement through formal and informal assessments. Has strong classroom management skills for effectively monitoring student behavior. In conjunction with the Science Department, maintain a supportive role in the setup, support, and inventory of laboratory equipment and chemicals. Support the mission, policies, and practices of The Altamont School.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in science, ideally Chemistry. Ideally has an education background with general knowledge of curriculum and instruction. Ideally has prior chemistry teaching experience. Flexibility, organization, decision making and problem-solving skills. Has strong communication (verbal and written), public relations, and interpersonal skills. Ability to meet deadlines, work on multiple projects, and coordinate the work of students. Ability to conduct laboratory experiments while following all safety protocols. Ability to keep the laboratory inventory stored properly and organized. Experience using a variety of technology tools in the educational setting. Must be proficient with the Microsoft suite. Instructs students, while managing their behavior, during classes and class related activities. Knowledge of effective classroom management strategies is a must.

For additional information, please contact Human Resources (humanresources@altamontschool.org).

Contact: Anna McLaughlin, Sr. HR Consultant, Altamont School, 1950 Stonegate Drive, Suite 300, Birmingham, Alabama 35242, 205.704-2426 C, 205.977.3908, anna@hrmasap.com, www.HRMasap.com
 

ALA INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF AND BLIND

High School Teacher (Alabama School for the Deaf)

About: The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) is the world’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and service program serving individuals of all ages who are deaf, blind, deafblind and multi-disabled and their families. Founded in 1858, AIDB serves more than 26,000 infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors with hearing and vision loss throughout Alabama each year. Our services literally span a lifetime including five campuses in Talladega, eight regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia with programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf.

Location: The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind is located just minutes away from the Talladega Speedway, Interstate 20, Highway 280 and from shopping and dining in neighboring cities such as; Anniston, Oxford, Trussville, Irondale, Pelham, Leeds, Alabaster, Chelsea, Hoover, and Westove

Opportunity: Our employees are among the organizations’ most valuable assets and resources. We share compassion for leveling the playing field for all. Our Mission makes AIDB a unique place to work and we invite you to be a part of the miracles that happen every day,

Description: As a High School Teacher for Alabama School for the Deaf (ASD) you will be responsible for working in a specialized classroom with students who are deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, and multi disabled. ASD is a committed to meet our students where they are. The right candidate for this job will have a passion working with students and colleagues to ensure all students receive a world class education. You will play a vital role in the lives of our students and be a part of the miracles that happen every day at AIDB and ASD. This will be accomplished by demonstrating flexibility, positive attitude, agility, and professional maturity.

Qualifications: Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Special Education (HI Certification) or Deaf/Hard of Hearing Education from an accredited college/university. Utilize full range of communication and language levels including use of sign, spoken language, and any additional modes of communication. Must provide recent documentation of sign language proficiency (SCPI) or take a sign language proficiency evaluation (SCPI) available through AIDB. Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of INTERMEDIATE upon employment. Must possess excellent communication skills. Possess skills in MS Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, etc.)

Preferred: Master’s Degree in Special Education and/or Deaf Education from an accredited college/university. One (1) year or more of classroom experience. A sign language proficiency evaluation of ADVANCED upon employment.

Requirements: Must have or be able to obtain an Alabama Teaching Certificate within the first six (6) months of employment date. Must have or be able to obtain a HI Certification within the first thirty-six (36) months of employment. Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of INTERMEDIATE upon employment. Must possess a sign language proficiency of ADVANCED within the first thirty (30) months of employment. Must complete and maintain Behavior Management training with the first twelve (12) months of employment. Must complete and maintain CPR/First Aid training within the first twelve (12) months of employment. A willingness to teach other subject areas as needed and depending on the schedule of our students. Provide comprehensive instruction to students at ASD that includes developing and implementing lesson plans, maintaining documentation of student progress in subject matter, use of differentiated instruction that is based on individual student needs. Develop and implement Individualized Education Plan (IEP) for each assigned student in the ASD program based on school curriculum and state standards. Must be able to conduct IEP meetings with parents and colleagues.
 

To Apply: Go to www.aidb.org

Contact: Teresa Heath, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, AIDB, P.O. Box 698, 1209 Fort Lashley Ave, Talladega, AL 35161, heath.teresa@aidb.org, 256-761-3302

 

WZDX FOX 54 TV

News|Sports MSJ

 

Opportunity: WZDX FOX 54 in the beautiful and exciting city of Huntsville, AL is looking for great storytellers who will excel in this digital age of journalism. We want journalists who can create unique and shareable stories for all platforms through memorable writing, photography and editing.The ideal candidate will love the dual challenge of covering news and sports. Qualified candidates must also be able to develop and deliver stories for all digital and broadcast platforms.

Description: Enterprise story ideas, write, shoot and edit stories for television, mobile and social platforms. Report live breaking news. Deliver on-air sports coverage including live reports, anchoring and story telling. Write in an exciting, captivating and authentic manner. Use the latest editing and photography tools to tell great stories. Develop original content through social listening and independent sources. Operate news gathering vehicle to and from various locations. Write and post daily on all digital platforms including social media. Shoot, write and edit packaged reports
Write for digital platforms. Use creative production techniques such as graphics and new forms of media (viewer pictures, webcam interviews, etc.) to enhance stories. Transmit and present exciting live reports with current technology.

Qualifications: 3 Years experience. BA/BS in journalism, communications or related field. Experience with photojournalism, editing and content management systems. Experience anchoring sports and news segments. Strong understanding of the tenets of professional journalism. A portfolio with examples of strong breaking news reporting. Ability to generate creative, engaging, content-driven live shots. Strong social media skills on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Knowledge of ENPS and graphics a plus. Organizational skills and the ability to work under constant time-sensitive deadlines. Ability to calmly handle live, breaking news situations and changing events.

 

For more information, visit www.TEGNA.com.
 
Contact: Bayyinah Muhammad, b.muhammad@tegna.com, http://www.rocketcitynow.com

 

ALTAMONT SCHOOL
Director of Enrollment Management

Opportunity: The Altamont School is seeking a Director of Enrollment Management who will lead all aspects of admissions, retention, and financial aid. The Director supports the school's mission and strategic enrollment goals and works collaboratively with the senior administrative team to lead the school’s effort to attract, enroll, and retain a diverse and dynamic student population. This position requires full responsibility for creating, leading, and managing a comprehensive enrollment program that incorporates best practices in recruitment, admissions, institutional research, record management, registration, and financial aid.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have an entrepreneurial spirit, a proven record of implementing best practices, fresh thinking, and an eye for innovation and creativity. A bachelor's degree and five years of progressively responsible admission management experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to perform the essential functions of the job. A commitment to the school’s mission and values and an ability to speak compellingly to current and prospective families to articulate the school’s mission and philosophy. Excellent and engaging communication skills. Outstanding administrative skills and strong supervisory experience. Experience in developing strategic admissions/financial aid models. Experience in managing net tuition revenue targets. Proven ability to analyze, summarize, and present data.

We are eager to consider candidates from traditionally underrepresented groups. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit a letter of interest and resume to humanresources@altamontschool.org.
 

Contact: Anna McLaughlin, Sr. HR Consultant, Altamont School, 1950 Stonegate Drive, Suite 300, Birmingham, Alabama 35242, 205.704-2426 C, 205.977.3908, anna@hrmasap.com, www.HRMasap.com

 

SCHOOL FOR AMAZING KIDS
Teacher|Life Changer


Opportunity: School for Amazing Kids, in Helena, is seeking candidates for Teacher-Life Changer positions (Over 10 current openings).  Salary: $8.50 - $10.00 an hour.  Full-time and Part-time.  These positions could possibly lead to leadership roles down the road such as: Area Director, Director, Co-Director, Directing Key-Holder and Lead Teacher.

About: We have been a pioneer in early education for more than 35 years. We provide a nurturing and loving environment for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years year-round and expand our services to include ages 5-12 during the summer months. We are passionate about making a positive impact on young lives and setting them up for a lifetime of learning. We do this by caring deeply about each child, nurturing their curious spirits and shaping their fertile minds by guiding them through our Learn-at-Play™ curriculum, Frog Street Press and Handwriting without Tears. Our teachers encourage children to grow, ask questions, play hard, make friends and follow their natural curiosity. They sing and dance, play games, give hugs, tell stories, lesson plan and so much more. More than anything, our teachers are inspirers—constantly guiding and nurturing children to learn through our trade-marked curriculum, Learn-at-Play™. We say, “The love of learning starts here,” and we mean it!


Description: Play a fundamental role in the life and development of a young child. Provide a safe and nurturing environment through your voice, your attitude, your classroom, the activities you plan, etc. Maintain a consistent schedule that meets state licensing guidelines and the values of School for Amazing Kids. Build children’s self-esteem through positive guidance and nurturing. Serve as a trusted advisor and partner to parents, ensuring the health, growth and development of their child. Observe and document children’s progress and development through our Ready For Life Assessments. Accurately document children’s activities throughout the day (i.e. napping, bottles, snacks, etc.). Act as a team player with all other teachers for the well-being of the children and the cohesion of the teaching team. Sing, dance, play games and be silly as needed.
 

Qualifications: 1-3 years experience in early education (preferred but not required). Sincerely desires to serve others and make a difference every day. Builds relationships with parents and caregivers to establish a trusted partnership. Forms solid connections with coworkers and contributes to the team dynamic. Possesses outstanding communication skills—both written and verbal. Demonstrates strong organizational and customer service skills. Able to multi-task and manage multiple situations effectively. Easily solves problems with little supervision. CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtain. Must be able to use a computer and tablet with basic proficiency. Capable of lifting minimum of 40 pounds and work indoors and outdoors. Assume postures in low levels in order to interact and engage with children. Has reliable and consistent transportation. Driver’s License Required. 19 years of age or older. Willing to live our mission statement: “We care for people, investing in their lives for a return that pleases God.”
 

Benefits: Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Insurance. Discounted Childcare. Paid Vacations (for full time employees). Education assistance and reimbursement. 401K Plan. Free meals while working.


To Apply: Visit the website and fill out our inquiry form: https://amazingkids.us/career-interest-form/
 

Contact: Sydni Knox, Director, Amazing Kids, 5141 Highway 17, Helena, AL 35080, (205) 620-9757, sydni@amazingkids.us, www.amazingkids.us

 

ALTAMONT SCHOOL
Photography Teacher

Opportunity: The Altamont School seeks an exceptional photography teacher who will advance the school’s mission of improving the fabric of society by graduating compassionate, well-educated individuals capable of independent thinking and innovative ideas. The ideal candidate must be tech-savvy and experienced with digital and manual photography, as well as using the darkroom. We seek supportive faculty who are lifelong learners and model that for our students. Our educators are expected to engage in on-going professional development, be open to interdisciplinary opportunities, and actively help further our school's strategic initiatives of community and inclusion.

Description: Identifies clear learning and teaching objectives for producing strong, age-appropriate lessons (5th-12th grade) that cover a wide range of photographic/digital skills, including using Photoshop at all levels. Ensures objectives are met through effective teaching, high expectations, and sound learning in an inclusive, engaging classroom environment. Sets high expectations for student learning, motivation, and presentation of their work. Sets clear targets for students’ learning, builds on prior attainment, and ensures students are always aware of all requirements. Provides students with feedback, critiques, encouragement, and support. Consistently assesses student achievement through formal and informal assessments. Has strong classroom management skills for effectively monitoring student behavior. Helps support our school mission by being a positive role model and demonstrates professional, ethical, and responsible behavior. Provides an enthusiastic and stimulating learning experience that uses a variety of teaching methods and strategies that help cultivate mastery of photography skills. Improves teaching performance through continued professional development. Will join a national or state professional organization related to photography/Fine Arts. Attends and participates in faculty meetings, serves on committees as required, and is attentive to other assignments deemed necessary by the Head of School, Assistant Head of School for Academics, or Department Head.  Establishes and maintains a professional relationship and open lines of communication, with students, parents, colleagues, and community members.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in photography. Ideally has an education background with general knowledge of curriculum and instruction. Prepared to teach age-appropriate classes for 5th-12th grade. Flexibility, organization, decision making and problem-solving skills. Has strong communication (verbal and written), public relations, and interpersonal skills. Ability to meet deadlines, work on multiple projects, and coordinate the work of students. Experience instructing students, while managing their behavior, during classes and class related activities. Knowledge of effective classroom management strategies is a must. Experience using a variety of technology tools related to teaching or creating photography, including digital and manual photography, as well as using the darkroom. Proficiency using programs such as, Microsoft Suite and Adobe Photoshop. Experience teaching film and video production, editing, cinematography techniques, photography, editing, graphic design and visual communication strategies, preferred.

For additional information, please contact Human Resources (humanresources@altamontschool.org) or Casey Gillespie, Head of Fine Arts (cgillespie@altamontschool.org).

Contact: Anna McLaughlin, Sr. HR Consultant, Altamont School, 1950 Stonegate Drive, Suite 300, Birmingham, Alabama 35242, 205.704-2426 C, 205.977.3908, anna@hrmasap.com, www.HRMasap.com

 

WVTM-TV BIRMINGHAM

Producer

 

Opportunity: WVTM-TV has an opening for a strong, take-charge producer who knows how to create memorable newscasts. The right candidate will have a track record of being creative, aggressive, have the ability to make decisions and communicate the plan in a clear, concise manner. We expect excellent news judgment and a can do attitude. Candidates must have a proven track record of winning the big story, breaking news and weather. Candidates must be fast and calm under pressure and able to play well in a room of same-minded pros

Description: Selecting, researching and writing content for live newscasts to make the newscast an experience for viewers. Working with and guiding reporters in story production.  Communicating, coordinating and executing creative vision with team of anchors, reporters, meteorologists, photographers, editors, and production staff.
 

Qualifications: College degree in broadcast journalism, broadcast news, or related field preferred. Military training from Defense Information School (DINFOS) with associated producing experience will be considered. 2 years producing experience. Creative presentation style. Experience in a newsroom, the ability to remain calm under pressure and knowledge of ENPS are pluses. Military experience in a related occupation specialty will be considered. Excellent writing, spelling, grammar and copy-editing skills. Ability to multi-task and coordinate several crews and responsibilities simultaneously. An ability to summarize information into easy-to-understand components. Creative presentation style, and ability to showcase all resources and elements. Unwavering journalistic integrity and ethical standards. Must be available to work holidays, shifts that include nights, weekends and overnights, and flexible with schedule to be available during breaking news.

To Apply: Please visit careers.htv.hearst.com

Contact: Ashley Hobson, ashley.hobson@hearst.com
 

ALA INSTITUTE FOR THE DEAF AND BLIND

Collaborative Hearing Impaired Teacher (Helen Keller School)

About: The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) is the world’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and service program serving individuals of all ages who are deaf, blind, deafblind and multiply-disabled and their families. Founded in 1858, AIDB serves more than 30,000 infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors with hearing and vision loss throughout Alabama each year. Our services literally span a lifetime including five campuses in Talladega, eight regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia with programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf.

Location: The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind is located just minutes away from the Talladega Speedway, Highway 280 and from shopping and dining in neighboring cities such as; Trussville, Irondale, Pelham, Leeds, Alabaster, Chelsea, Hoover, Westover, Anniston and Oxford.

Opportunity: Our employees are among our organizations most valuable assets and resources. We share compassion for leveling the playing field for all. Our Mission makes AIDB a unique place to work, and we invite you to be a part of the miracles that happen every day.

Description: As a teacher at The Helen Keller School (HKS), you will be responsible for working in a specialized classroom with students who are blind, visually impaired, deaf/blind, and/or multi disabled. HKS is committed to meeting our students where they are. The right candidate for this job will have a passion for working with students and colleagues to ensure all students receive a world class education.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will possess a love for students with multiple disabilities. All students at HKS possess a sensory impairment along with at least one other area of disability. The Helen Keller School is searching for individuals who have a heart for students with more severe special needs and are willing to do whatever is necessary to provide limitless opportunities for our students. Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Education from an accrediting university/college. Most hold an Alabama Teaching Certificate in Collaborative Special Education and/or Hearing Impairment. Must provide recent documentation of sign language proficiency (SCPI) or take a sign language proficiency evaluation (SCPI) available through AIDB. Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of Survival upon employment.

Preferred: Bachelor degree in Collaborative Special Education with a certification in Hearing Impairment (HI). One (1) year or more of classroom experience. One (1) year or more experience working with children with multi-disabilities.

Requirements: Must be able to obtain an Alabama Teaching Certificate in Collaborative Special Education and/or Hearing Impairment within the first thirty (30) months of employment. Must be able to lift at minimum 50 lbs., to include; pushing, pulling, and bending. Must complete Orientation and Mobility class within the first twelve (12) months of employment. Must complete and maintain CPR/First Aid, Medication and Behavior Management training within 12 months of employment. May be required to obtain an Alabama School Bus License and CDL within the first thirty (30) months of employment. Applicants must be able to be insured by AIDB insurance carrier. A sign language proficiency level of INTERMEDIATE according to the AIDB evaluation system must be obtained within the first thirty (30) months of employment. (All applicants must provide documentation of sign language proficiency or take a sign language proficiency evaluation available through AIDB.) Must demonstrate competency in reading and writing Braille by scoring 80% or better on the AIDB Braille Skills Assessment Inventory within the first twelve (12) months of employment.

To Apply: Go to www.aidb.org

Contact: Teresa Heath, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, AIDB, P.O. Box 698 / 1209 Fort Lashley Ave, Talladega, AL 35161, heath.teresa@aidb.org, 256-761-3302

RESTORATIVE COUNSELING SERVICES

Contract Therapists

Opportunity: RCS is growing, growing, growing and now have 3 locations! We're Hiring Contract Therapists in Birmingham & Montgomery! If you are looking for a fun, rewarding and supportive work environment with flexibility and the ability to grow, start here!

 

Qualifications: Must have at least 1 year of experience and hold a Master's in the social service field, ALC, LPC, LMSW, LICSW.

To Apply: Send your CV to info@rcsbham.com after you complete the online application at www.rcsbham.com
 

Contact: Monique Johnson, Ed.S, LPC-S,RPT-S, CCBT, CEO, 201 Beacon Pkwy W. Ste 400, Birmingham, Al 35209
 

WZDX FOX 54 TELEVISION
Sports Anchor|MSJ

 

Opportunity: WZDX FOX 54 in Huntsville, Alabama is looking for a Sports Anchor/MSJ who will excel in this digital age of journalism. We want innovative journalists who can create unique and shareable stories for all platforms through memorable writing, photography and editing. The ideal candidate will research, gather information and cultivate sources for sports. Qualified candidates must also be able to develop and deliver stories for digital and broadcast platforms.

Description: Enterprise sports ideas, write, shoot and edit stories for all platforms. Deliver on-air sports coverage including live reports, anchoring and story telling. Write in an exciting, captivating and authentic manner. Use the latest editing and photography tools to tell great stories. Develop original content through social listening and independent sources. Operate news gathering vehicle to and from various locations. Write and post daily on all digital platforms including social media. Shoot, write and edit packaged reports. Use creative production techniques such as graphics and new forms of media (viewer pictures, webcam interviews, etc.) to enhance stories. Transmit and present engaging live reports with current technology.

Qualifications: BA/BS in journalism, communications or related field. Bilingual - English and Spanish speaking desirable. Experience with photojournalism, editing and content management systems. Experience anchoring sports and news segments. Strong understanding of the tenets of professional journalism. A portfolio with examples of strong breaking news reporting. Ability to generate creative, engaging, content-driven live shots. Strong social media skills, including an active news hound presence on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Knowledge of ENPS and graphics a plus. Organizational skills and the ability to work under constant time-sensitive deadlines. Ability to calmly handle live, breaking news situations and changing events.
 

About: WZDX FOX 54 is owned and operated by TEGNA Inc., which is an innovative media company that serves the greater good of our communities. Across platforms, TEGNA tells empowering stories, conducts impactful investigations and delivers innovative marketing solutions. With 64 television stations and four radio stations in 51 markets, TEGNA is the largest owner of top 4 affiliates in the top 25 markets, reaching over 38 percent of all television households nationwide. TEGNA also owns leading multicast networks Justice Network and Quest. TEGNA Marketing Solutions (TMS) offers innovative solutions to help businesses reach consumers across television, email, social and over-the-top (OTT) platforms, including Premion, TEGNA’s OTT advertising service. For more information, visit www.TEGNA.com.

To Apply: http://www.jobs.net/j/JTpiXmSM

Website: http://www.rocketcitynow.com

Contact: Bayyinah Muhammad | b.muhammad@tegna.com

 


FEBRUARY 2021

 

FAMILY CONNECTION
Financial Manager

 

Opportunity: Family Connection is seeking candidates for a Full time (32 hours per week) Financial Manager.  Salary Range: $40,000 - $45,000 with health/dental benefits/Retirement.

Description: The Financial Manager is responsible for the preparation and maintenance of financial records and reports and provides financial support through bookkeeping, payroll, banking
and reporting services.

Qualifications: Must have Degree in Accounting or Finance (or expected to graduate with degree in May 2021). We are looking for someone who is detail oriented with strong accounting skills.

Contact: Susan Johnston, Executive Director, Family Connection, Inc., 2 Walker Run, Alabaster, Al. 35007, Office: 205.663.6301 ext. 201, susan@familyconnection-inc.org, www.familyconnection-inc.org

 

SCHOOL FOR AMAZING KIDS
Teacher/Life Changer


Opportunity: School for Amazing Kids, in Helena, is seeking candidates for Teacher-Life Changer positions (Over 10 current openings).  Salary: $8.50 - $10.00 an hour.  Full-time and Part-time.  These positions could possibly lead to leadership roles down the road such as: Area Director, Director, Co-Director, Directing Key-Holder and Lead Teacher.

About: We have been a pioneer in early education for more than 35 years. We provide a nurturing and loving environment for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years year-round and expand our services to include ages 5-12 during the summer months. We are passionate about making a positive impact on young lives and setting them up for a lifetime of learning. We do this by caring deeply about each child, nurturing their curious spirits and shaping their fertile minds by guiding them through our Learn-at-Play™ curriculum, Frog Street Press and Handwriting without Tears. Our teachers encourage children to grow, ask questions, play hard, make friends and follow their natural curiosity. They sing and dance, play games, give hugs, tell stories, lesson plan and so much more. More than anything, our teachers are inspirers—constantly guiding and nurturing children to learn through our trade-marked curriculum, Learn-at-Play™. We say, “The love of learning starts here,” and we mean it!


Description: Play a fundamental role in the life and development of a young child. Provide a safe and nurturing environment through your voice, your attitude, your classroom, the activities you plan, etc. Maintain a consistent schedule that meets state licensing guidelines and the values of School for Amazing Kids. Build children’s self-esteem through positive guidance and nurturing. Serve as a trusted advisor and partner to parents, ensuring the health, growth and development of their child. Observe and document children’s progress and development through our Ready For Life Assessments. Accurately document children’s activities throughout the day (i.e. napping, bottles, snacks, etc.). Act as a team player with all other teachers for the well-being of the children and the cohesion of the teaching team. Sing, dance, play games and be silly as needed.
 

Qualifications: 1-3 years experience in early education (preferred but not required). Sincerely desires to serve others and make a difference every day. Builds relationships with parents and caregivers to establish a trusted partnership. Forms solid connections with coworkers and contributes to the team dynamic. Possesses outstanding communication skills—both written and verbal. Demonstrates strong organizational and customer service skills. Able to multi-task and manage multiple situations effectively. Easily solves problems with little supervision. CPR and First Aid Certification or willingness to obtain. Must be able to use a computer and tablet with basic proficiency. Capable of lifting minimum of 40 pounds and work indoors and outdoors. Assume postures in low levels in order to interact and engage with children. Has reliable and consistent transportation. Driver’s License Required. 19 years of age or older. Willing to live our mission statement: “We care for people, investing in their lives for a return that pleases God.”
 

Benefits: Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Insurance. Discounted Childcare. Paid Vacations (for full time employees). Education assistance and reimbursement. 401K Plan. Free meals while working.


To Apply: Visit the website and fill out our inquiry form: https://amazingkids.us/career-interest-form/
 

Contact: Sydni Knox, Director, Amazing Kids, 5141 Highway 17, Helena, AL 35080,

(205) 620-9757, sydni@amazingkids.us, www.amazingkids.us
 

BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD
Remote Member Care Specialist


Opportunity: Do you consider yourself to be a professional self-starter with a passion for helping people? Are you looking to join our mission of helping our communities achieve better health?  Would you be interested in having summers off with full pay and benefits? YES?!?!  What are you waiting for?  Apply now to be a Remote Member Care Specialist with Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida and the Florida Blue Program.

What We Offer You: This is a remote opportunity where you will have a teacher-like schedule where you work for 9 months and are off for 3 months during the summer with full pay and benefits. At the end of 3 months, you would return and work another 9-month rotation. We will provide you with all the tools necessary to be successful! Including, equipment, training, and constant support from your leaders.

Description: This is an important role serving potential, new and existing customers.  Review members’ enrollment or claims history ensuring accuracy of billing and enrollment and application of deductible and member responsibility. Utilize the Florida Blue Call Strategy to provide outstanding customer service and call resolution to our members; follow-up on issues to ensure resolution for customer.  Research and resolve sales and service-related inquiries meeting established expectations for quality, productivity and timeliness. Evaluate data through questioning, probing, and reasoning for process improvements.

Qualifications: 2 years of customer service experience or equivalent combination of education and experience.  1 year of building collaborative relationships with customers, clients, and/or peers in different teams. High school diploma or equivalent. Added Plus: Bilingual – Spanish or Creole.  Previous experience working with a health insurance company.

At-Home Requirements: High Speed internet with a router that has 2 ports. Ability to commit to a 9 to 11-week paid training program with limited absences. Ability to use multiple systems while you resolve/respond to customer inquiries and concerns, using sound problem solving and decision-making skills resolving simple to complex issues. Demonstrated empathy and compassion, with outstanding listening and communication skills. Ability to work assigned shift between 8:00AM-6:30PM EST; Nights, weekends, holidays may be necessary as business needs require.

To Apply: We have a 4-step selection process. 

--Step 1: Application and resume review - so make sure to submit your most up to date resume and fill out the screening questions carefully.
--Step 2: Video Interview – look for an email from Staffing with the link.
--Step 3: Face-to-face video interview where you will get to meet some of the leaders of the Service Organization.
--Step 4: If selected, we will require a background investigation which will include verifying 2 years of previous employment and/or education.

 

Website Link: https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2fcareers.guidewell.com&c=E,1,ewIt4UU13okje1nRHd-3RowHvcQ-GwfDkX0wFbTUcq1N9TJ8s3G-3J9Nvc9Y6IVXVlt-7pmX7V9A_7oTCuSSQ4d3yLj85cheDbSxheCaMCZZxqkpikFEaQ,,&typo=1 and keyword search "member care" to apply. They can also ask questions and communicate with our chat system.

Contact: Patricia Knott, Talent Sourcing and Engagement Specialist, Florida Blue (Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida), Patricia.Knott@guidewell.com

 

McCORQUODALE TRANSFER
Recruiting Coordinator


Opportunity: We are looking for a talented Recruiting coordinator to join our team and participate in the hiring process from beginning to end. You will be responsible for attracting candidates, evaluating resumes, scheduling and conducting interviews and managing the hiring paperwork. As a recruiting coordinator, you have thorough knowledge of HR best practices and have innovative ideas. If you have strong communication skills and are confident as a headhunter, we want to meet you. We like working with people who think ‘outside-the-box’ and who finish projects in a timely manner. Ultimately, you should be able to manage our full recruitment cycle and ensure we always meet our staff requirements.

 

Description: Design and implement overall recruiting strategy · Consult with managers to discover staff requirements and specific job objectives · Write and post job descriptions on career websites, newspapers and universities boards · Source candidates by using databases and social media · Evaluate and screen resumes and cover letters · Use recruiting tools like tests and assignments to assess candidates’ skills · Conduct phone, Skype and/or in-person interviews · Provide a shortlist of qualified candidates to hiring managers · Help the hiring team with recruiting methods and interview questions · Contact new employees and prepare onboarding sessions · Prepare new hire paperwork ensuring legislation requirements are met · Maintain a complete record of interviews and new hires · Stay up-to-date with current recruiting methods · Attend job fairs and careers events.

 

Qualifications: Proven work experience as a Recruiting Coordinator or recruiter · Excellent communication skills · Ability to prioritize and complete projects within deadline · Solid knowledge of HR policies and best practices · Hands on experience with various selection processes like phone interviews and reference checks · Ability to conduct different types of interviews (e.g. structured, competency based and behavioral) · Familiarity with HR databases, applicant tracking systems and candidate management systems · Familiarity with social media, especially LinkedIn · BS degree in Human Resources Management, Organizational Psychology or relevant field

 

Notes: Salary / Commission · Job Type: Full-time · Hours: Monday – Friday; 8:00am – 5:00pm · Salary: $60,000.00 + Commission (may vary based on experience)

 

To Apply: Send resume to seneca@mccorquodale.biz


Contact: Seneca Reid, McCorquodale Transfer, Inc., 205-969-0113, seneca@mccorquodale.biz, www.mtmoves.com
 

INTERNATIONAL PAPER/PRATTVILLE MILL
Production Worker/Entry Level


Opportunity: International Paper, a major pulp and paper producer is seeking it's next generation of top operators. Best advancement opportunities available in decades. Our Prattville Mill needs hourly production workers at a starting rate of $16.33 per hour. Technologically advanced operations, leading edge training, outstanding benefits, and employment with a community leader awaits you.

Qualifications: Minimum high school graduate, GED, or equivalent work experience. Must be: At least 18 years of age. Eligible for employment in the US. Must be willing to meet the following requirements: Undergo a drug screen for illicit use of drugs as a condition of employment. Submit to periodic drug screens as a condition of employment. Work any shift and/or a rotating shift schedule. Work overtime on a regular basis and with last minute notification. Work holidays and/or weekends on a regular basis. Wear required safety equipment. Operate or work in industrial conditions (may be warm/hot, dusty/dirty, around hazardous chemicals, noise, heavy machinery or elevated working surfaces (with proper safety training and safety protection).

Benefits: Family medical and dental insurance, life insurance, short-term disability, paid holidays and vacation time, retirement and 401K savings plan.

To Apply: Qualified applicants should apply on-line at: www.internationalpaper.com/careers. Search Open positions/Prattville/Entry Level Production.

Contact: Patsy Aldridge, HR Specialist, Prattville Mill, International Paper,  patsy.aldridge@ipaper.com, (334) 361-5566

 

ALEXANDER & ASSOCIATES
Therapist


Alexander & Associates is looking to add a LPC, LCSW, PsyD or PHD (with license) for a Therapist position. We prefer therapists that are already credentialed with insurance panels. Part-time or Full-time position available. Office is located in Mountain Brook.

 

To Apply: Please send resume and letter of interest to Tiffany Alexander at tiffanyr.alexander@gmail.com. Please list your experienced population and/or preferred population as well as treatment style preferences and experience. Also, include Why you think you would be a good fit in private practice at Alexander & Associates.

 

WRAP GUYS AMERICA
Remote Administrative Assistant


Description: Remote Administrative assistant duties and responsibilities include providing administrative support to ensure efficient operation of the office. Supports managers and employees through a variety of tasks related to organization and communication. Responsible for confidential and time sensitive material. Familiar with a variety of the field's concepts, practices and procedures.

Ability to effectively communicate via phone and email ensuring that all Administrative Assistant duties are completed accurately and delivered with high quality and in a timely manner. May direct and lead the work of others. Rely on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals and a wide degree of creativity and latitude is expected. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department.

Responsibilities: Answer and direct phone calls. Organize and schedule meetings and appointments. Maintain contact lists. Produce and distribute correspondence memos, letters, faxes and forms. Assist in the preparation of regularly scheduled reports. Develop and maintain a filing system. Order office supplies. Book travel arrangements. Submit and reconcile expense reports.

Qualifications: Proven admin or assistant experience. Knowledge of office management systems and procedures. Excellent time management skills and ability to multi-task and prioritize work. Attention to detail and problem solving skills. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Strong organizational and planning skills. Proficient in MS Office

To Apply: Interested candidates should forward their resumes and cover letter to: Jack Thomas, Hiring Manager, Wrap Guys America, LLC, jack.thomas@wrapsguysamerica.com, http://www.wrapguysamerica.com, (580) 498-5744
 


JANUARY 2021

 

SHELBY COUNTY NEWSPAPERS
Staff Writer


Opportunity: An experienced journalist is sought to join an award-winning staff. Shelby County Newspapers, Inc. is looking for someone who has a passion for journalism, loves chasing news stories, enjoys copy editing and has impeccable news judgment. A Boone Newspaper affiliate, Shelby County Newspapers, Inc. offers a competitive salary, benefits and an excellent opportunity to advance.

Description: Candidates must be able to generate compelling and accurate content very quickly, as well as have the ability to report on a wide range of subjects covered by Shelby County Newspapers, Inc. This position requires the ability to juggle multiple deadlines for several publications, so multitasking is required. Candidates should have experience in finding and writing compelling in-depth stories, have a work record that demonstrates the ability to meet deadlines, be able to write basic news stories and breaking news stories quickly, and write in-depth articles and feature stories. In addition to news reporting, this writer will have the opportunity to contribute to a variety of other publications, including lifestyle magazines and several niche products.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in journalism or communications. At least two years of experience in news reporting for print publications. Proven reporting, writing and editing skills. Advanced skills with Microsoft Word, Acrobat and Gmail. Knowledge of AP style. Proficiency with social media applications, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Ability to develop relationships with community leaders and news sources. An understanding of the way local governments function. Experience with content generating websites like WordPress. Ability to contribute story ideas. Ability to shoot quality photographs as needed. Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite products (including InDesign and Photoshop) is a plus.

Notes: Schedule: 8 hour shift.  Pay: $11.00 - $13.00 per hour. Benefits: 401(k), Dental insurance, Disability insurance, Flexible schedule, Flexible spending account, Health insurance, Life insurance, Paid time off, Parental leave, Vision insurance.


Company's website: www.shelbycountyreporter.com
Company's Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/shelbycountyreporter
Job Post: https://www.indeed.com/job/staff-writer-63ada871d3e5cef6

To Apply: Please include the following: Cover letter, Resume, Five best samples of writing; attached as Word, links or PDF files. Design samples (if available).

 

Contact: Daniel Holmes, General Manager, Shelby County Newspapers, Inc., 205-669-3131 ext.528, daniel.holmes@shelbycountyreporter.com

 

MC WANE SCIENCE CENTER
Science Presenter


Opportunity: McWane Science Center counts on the 20 hour per week Science Presenter to engage visitors in programs, classes, demonstrations and activities in an enthusiastic, accurate and interactive manner. The Education Presenter will engage the public in settings including, but not limited to, floor programming, exhibit interpretation, public programs and special event programming. McWane Science Center is open to the public Wednesday through Friday from 9AM until 5PM; Saturday from 10AM until 5PM and Sunday 12PM until 5PM.  located in downtown Birmingham.

Description: Engage visitors in learning through discussion, high quality inquiry-based educational interactions and presentations and exhibit interpretation. Lead and implement floor programming, public programs, exhibits interpretation (high cycle, Shark & Ray touch tank, etc.), special event programming, community programs, etc. Provide excitement and inspiration in all interactions with visitors. Assist with the care of the animals in our educational animal collection which includes feeding, cleaning and animal handling. Open and close exhibits as assigned. Answer specific and general questions from visitors that pertain to the center, exhibits and programming. Regular upkeep and maintenance of programming venues, classrooms, and supplies.

Qualifications: Working towards Bachelor’s degree in science, education or related field or commensurate experience, including experience in drama or theater. Friendly, outgoing and upbeat personality with excellent customer service skills. Must demonstrate curiosity, a passion for learning and in engaging others in learning. Must be a self-directed, creative problem solver with excellent follow-through. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Comfortable leading presentations and interacting in a group setting. Ability to engage with children and adults in a friendly, outgoing and professional manner. Experience in presentation of informal science programs preferred. Ability to accurately interpret and communicate science concepts. Must be able and willing to work weekends, evenings and holidays. Valid Alabama driver’s license and minimum liability insurance as required by state law.

Notes: Benefits include free membership; discounts in our gift shop and camp program; and on-site parking as well as the option to participate in our 403(b) retirement savings plan including company match.

To Apply: Please send resume and salary requirements to HR@mcwane.org

Contact: Melissa Renda, Human Resources Administrator, 205.714.8412, www.mcwane.org, mrenda@mcwane.org

 

WAFFLE HOUSE
Manager Trainee/General Manager


Description: Oversee business operations, production, supervise staff and ensure effective customer service. Responsible for training and development, inventory control, sales reports and staffing.

Qualifications: Bachelors degree. Experience in customer service and sales is preferred but not required.

Notes: Massive opportunity for growth! All promotions are from within the company based on performance. Annual salary range of GM, after training: $50-$67k. All benefits offered including medical, dental and vision. 3-10 day vacations a year! A great stock program as well.
 

Contact: Adrianna Jackson, Recruiting Director, Waffle House, 404-660-0852, adriannajackson@wafflehouse.com

 


DECEMBER 2020

 

SHIPT
Communications Specialist (Experience Team)


About: Shipt is a membership-based marketplace that helps people get the things they need. Our friendly shoppers handpick fresh groceries and household essentials and deliver them to members in as soon as one hour.

Opportunity: We’re currently looking for customer service oriented, high achievers, to join our Experience team and support the Shipt community as Communication Specialists. You will be the voice of Shipt to our members and shoppers in each city that we call home. You are the cornerstone of operations, facilitating success through order and delivery. You will assist Shoppers when they hit a snag, listen to customers as they nearly weep with happiness on their first delivery, and be the first to investigate when something isn’t working. This role is all about bringing happiness to our tight-knit group of customers and shoppers. You’ll join a team of talented individuals who will provide you with hands-on mentorship on topics ranging from design to communications strategy.

Description: Educate and assist Shoppers in their journey.  Utilize email, chat, and phone in communication with members and shoppers.  Hold flexible hours and work weekends (Sunday is our peak day).  Collect customer feedback, and make suggestions for new features. Troubleshoot and report app bugs and issues. Monitor and lead operations flow from order creation to delivery. Exercise judgment to decide how best to handle order issues. Quickly solve unexpected problems and ensure orders are accurate and on time.


Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent may help. This position is non-exempt from overtime for purposes of federal wage and hour laws. You have an active online presence and familiarity with social media. Typing speed and accuracy. Writing background (grammar buffs wanted). You possess the ability to multi-task and think on your feet to provide sound, quick solutions. Customer service mentality with a positive attitude! Support background is a plus but not mandatory.

 

Notes: Hourly range is typically $14.00 to $16.00 per hour. This is an in-office role based in our Birmingham, AL HQ office.

To Apply for this position and more: https://www.shipt.com/careers/openings/

 

WELLNESS GROUP
Therapist


Description: The Wellness Group, LLC in Clanton, Alabama is looking to fill a full time salaried Therapist position. Master’s level, ALC, LPC, LGSW, or LICSW required. Growing, fast paced, community based private counseling agency that provides services in schools, homes, and our local office. Providing individual, family, and group therapy.

Notes: Salary based on experience and level of licensure. Counselors who are paneled with major insurances are preferred, as to only require an adjustment for a new location. Full-time salary position would include paid holidays, vacation days, and sick days. Retirement plan available.

 

To Apply: Please email resumes to thewellnessgroupllc@gmail.com or fax resumes to (205) 280-7737.

 

Contact:  thewellnessgroupllc@gmail.com
 

LIFECARE WELLNESS
Counselors
 

Opportunity: Lifecare Wellness Counseling and Consulting, a group private practice in Tuscaloosa, is looking for counselors to join our group practice either virtually or in person. You have the option to work 100% remotely from your current location as long as you are licensed in Alabama. Compensation is a flat 60/40 split, with the therapist receiving 60% of their reimbursed fees.

 

Qualifications: Requirements include being fully licensed in the State Alabama and willing to work at least 5 hours per week.  Current State of Alabama license as a Clinical Psychologist, LCSW-PIP, LMFT or LPC. Required education: Master (Counseling, Clinical Psychology) or Doctorate (PhD, PsyD). Professional Liability Insurance. Paneled with BCBS preferred. Must have an up to date CAQH profile, but we will get you credentialed with a number of insurance companies with which we work.

 

Notes: We are currently a Medicaid provider and you will automatically be covered under our group! We also have our own medication prescriber on-site, a board certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner. Lifecare Wellness provides credentialing, marketing, and referrals. Candidate will be a W2 receiving employee. Join our group of diverse, welcoming counselors who will make you feel welcome and support you along the way!

 

To Apply: Send CV/resume to courtney@lifecarewellness.org.  website: www.lifecarewellness.org
 


NOVEMBER 2020

 

HELPING HANDS THERAPY
Speech Language Pathologist

Opportunity: Helping Hands Therapy is currently looking for 2 Fulltime SLP's. Here is our hiring information. This SLP-CCC will work primarily in 2 school systems within 50 miles of Montgomery, Alabama. This role will have the assistance of a licensed speech language aide.  Pay: $30.00 - $40.00 per hour.

Description: Providing high quality direct speech-language therapy services to students according to students’ IEPs/504 plans. Conducting evaluations, assessments, analyzing results, and writing reports to determine strengths and concerns in areas of speech, voice, fluency, pragmatics, language, and oral motor skills. Developing treatment plans (IEPs/504 plans) for overall educational improvement. Ensuring evaluations, treatment plans and service delivery are aligned with school, state, and federal guidelines. Assisting and guiding teachers in observing, describing, and referring suspected and identified speech and language delays/disorders. Ensuring students’ skills are generalized across settings by consulting and collaborating with teaching teams and related service providers. Completing treatment notes and progress reports in timely manner and according to company policy. Managing a detailed log of service provided and services missed due to student or therapist absences. Maintaining appropriate, confidential, records and provide timely reports. Keeping abreast of best practices in speech and language therapy and language development. Completes and submits required documentation within established agency guidelines. Facilitates effective communication amongst other clinicians providing care. Observes and evaluates the performance of those assisting in the speech program and provides guidance as necessary. Participates in interdisciplinary patient care conferences as applicable and maintains ongoing communication with all disciplines involved in the patient Plan of Care. Upon receipt of the Physician’s orders, interprets and implements those services and programs related to Speech/Language Therapy. Ensures these orders are carried out in a professional manner satisfying professional ethics, patient rights and State and Federal codes and regulations. Assists in coordinating speech therapy program with other appropriate health care providers/disciplines providing services to the patient.

Qualifications: License or Certification: Must be in possession of current ASHA and ABESPA certifications on or before the first day of employment. CPR certification, TB skin test, Auto Insurance, and Driver License. Successful completion of a degree from an accredited therapy program or one that is determined to be substantially equivalent to a U.S. accredited program by an appropriate certifying agency preferred. Experience is preferred but not required.

To Apply: Please use this link to send secure files:
https://helpinghands-therapy.sharefile.com/r-r26698bfc9fa49baa

Contact: Ken Hogue, HR Manager, Helping Hands Therapy, 2703 University Blvd E, Tuscaloosa, AL 35405, PH: (205) 248-7064, MOBILE: (330) 509-8077, Fax: 888-501-7784, EMAIL: khogue@helpinghands-therapy.com, WEB: www.helpinghands-therapy.com.
 

BIRMINGHAM AIDS OUTREACH
Social Worker

Birmingham AIDS Outreach is seeking candidates for a Licensed Bachelor Social Worker.  Must be licensed within 120 days of employment. The social worker will be providing services to adolescent clients who are living with HIV or being treated for HIV. The social worker must be able to interact professionally with members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities. This is a full time position. Excellent benefits. EOE. LGBTQ and POC encouraged to apply.

To Apply: Send resume to Christopher@birminghamaidsoutreach.org
 

Contact: Karen Musgrove, CEO, Birmingham AIDS Outreach, Magic City Acceptance Center, Magic City Wellness Center, Magic City Acceptance Academy, Birmingham, Alabama, karen@birminghamaidsoutreach.org

 

WARRIOR WELLNESS GROUP
Child & Adolescent Therapist

Opportunity: Warrior Wellness Group, LLC, located in Alabaster, Alabama, is currently seeking applicants for the fulltime position of Child and Adolescent Therapist (Salaried with Benefits) with a licensure of Licensed Professional Counselor or LICSW-PIP to begin working ASAP.

Qualifications: A Masters degree in counseling with corresponding licenses and certifications. RPT a plus! Counselors who are paneled with major insurances are preferred, as to only require an adjustment for a new location. If not credentialed, start date will be after credentialing has occurred.  Applicants must have proof of current license. The utilization of therapeutic techniques such as play therapy or art therapy is a plus.

Notes: Therapist will be starting with an already established caseload. All scheduling and billing handled by front office staff.  Great benefit package! Benefits: Annual salary based on experience. 50% health insurance paid by company. Paid vacations. Paid holidays. Sick leave. General liability and professional liability provided. Hiring bonus! 32 hours per week to ensure time for self care! Short term disability/long term disability/life insurance/401(k) available. Visit our website at www.warriorwellnessgroup.com for more information about our practice.

Contact: Cherie Hickey, Owner, Licensed Professional Counselor, National Certified Counselor, Mental Health Advisory Board Member, Alabama Veteran / Warrior Wellness Group, LLC / 1130 1st Street North Suite 200, Alabaster, Alabama 35007 / C.Hickey@alabamaveteran.org, Office (205) 624-2422, Fax (205) 624-3091, www.warriorwellnessgroup.com

 

MAGIC CITY ACCEPTANCE ACADEMY
Director of Curriculum & Instruction

Opportunity: The Magic City Acceptance Academy (MCAA) facilitates a community in which all learners are empowered to embrace education, achieve individual success, and take ownership of their future in a safe, LGBTQ-affirming learning environment.  MCAA is under the management of Birmingham AIDS Outreach (BAO) and affiliated with Magic City Acceptance Center and Magic City Wellness Center.
 

Description: To serve as the professional assistant to the principal of the Magic City Acceptance Academy. Under the direction of the principal and the Director of Curriculum and Instruction, works with staff, students, and community to ensure a “high quality” educational program overall at MCAA in all content areas implementing the school’s mission and vision and strategic goals. To assist the principal in ensuring that we create an environment that is not only safe and nurturing, but one with high expectations and accountability for faculty, staff, students, and parents. The Curriculum Specialist is responsible for the development, coordination, articulation, and evaluation of curriculum, instruction, professional development, and assessment

 

Qualifications: Master's degree from an accredited institution with certification in education administration. A minimum of three (3) years’ successful teaching experience. Knowledge of school district organization and administration including school law, regulations, statutes, rules and policies affecting education and the school system.