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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
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

WEST BLOCTON MIDDLE SCHOOL (BIBB COUNTY)

Teachers

System: Bibb County Board of Education, T2LWalnut Street, Centreville, Al 35042

Now Hiring: Special Education Teacher and 7th Grade English Teacher
Salary: $41,690-$73,125
 

Must hold or be eligible for Alabama Teaching Certificate
Must pass ABI/FBl background check.
Results of TB Skin Test within the past year must be provided for employees new to the Bibb County School System

Contact: Greg Blake, Principal, West Blocton Middle school, Office (205) 938-2451, Fax (205) 938-3261, blakeg@bibbed.org

 

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

ABC 33/40 TV
News Anchor

 

Opportunity: ABC 33/40, Birmingham,  is seeking a dynamic News Anchor for our evening newscast. The person we are seeking to join our on-air team will bring a unique combination of journalistic and broadcasting skills. In this role, you will provide content for our local broadcast and digital platforms, as well as maintain a robust presence on ABC 33/40 social media pages.

 

Description: ABC 33/40 is looking for a dynamic full-time Anchor. In addition to being an outstanding journalist with a great personality, you need to be a team leader. Our anchors are leaders who participate in the planning of our newscasts and produce content regularly. A competitive passion to win and openness to innovation is mandatory. Our winning candidate will be someone who embraces social media and knows how to consistently engage with the audience.
 

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have: Strong Leadership skills. Smooth/pleasant delivery. Strong writing skills and news judgment. Sharp video shooting and editing skills. Exemplary communication skills. You must have at least 10 years of on-air experience with at least 5 years experience of regular anchor duties. Degree in Journalism or a related field preferred. Live commercial television experience is a must
Strong "in-the-field and live" skills. Exceptional written communications skills using a conversational writing style. Strong editorial judgment and a proven ethical foundation.
 

Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/4801

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

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
 

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

 

ABC 33/40 TV
General Assignment Reporter


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

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, News Directors etc..
 

Qualifications: 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.


Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/4800

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
 

UAB STUDENT COUNSELING SERVICES
Clinical Case Manager


Opportunity: Student Counseling Services at the University of Alabama at Birmingham has a position opening for a Clinical Case Manager.


Description: UAB Student Counseling Services supports students in achieving personal, academic, and lifelong goals by providing individual and group mental health services, prevention and educational mental health workshops and programming, crisis and emergency support, and consultation services. Student Counseling Services advocates for safe and inclusive learning environments in the university community.

Services are provided to enrolled undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Student Counseling Services offers students of all backgrounds, races, religious beliefs, sexual orientations, gender identities, abilities, ethnicities, and cultures a safe place to discuss and resolve issues that interfere with personal and academic goals. SCS recognizes and honors the complex intersectionality of all aspects of a person’s identity and presenting concerns.

To Apply: Highly qualified and interested candidates may apply on the UAB Human Resources Employment website found at http://www.uab.edu/humanresources/home/careers. The position number is T188003.

 

Contact: Angela Stowe, UAB Student Counseling Services, amstowe@uab.edu, www.uab.edu/students/counseling

 

ABC 33/40 TV
News Photographer


Description: ABC 33/40 is looking for a creative full-time I-Team News Photographer. We are seeking someone who can see beyond the lens and bring back compelling stories. The candidate should have at least 2 years of ENG experience with a network affiliate news organization. You will work daily with one of our I-Team reporters. You will also cover day to day general assignment when needed. We are shooting full high definition (HD) on media cards and editing on desktops and laptops. You should have strong editing skills in non-linear edit systems, possess excellent people skills, a strong work ethic, and a great attitude. A passion for story telling is absolutely essential in this position.

Qualifications: At least 2 years of shooting experience and technical knowledge of editing and photo equipment. Degree in Journalism or related field preferred. Team-player who can produce good stories under tight deadlines. Must have valid driver’s license, good driving record and be able to operate ENG news vehicles. Ability to edit and shoot general assignment stories, lives shots and natural sound packages. Must be able to lift and carry between 25 and 50 pounds on a regular basis.


Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/4803

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group

 

BYRD CONTRACTORS
Personal Assistant


Opportunity: This job is a good fit for applicants with gaps in their resume, or who have been out of the workforce for the past 6 months or more. A good job for someone just entering the workforce or returning to the workforce with limited experience and education. A job for which all ages, including older job seekers, are encouraged to apply.


Description: Your duties would include but are not limited to personal errands for the architect, business errands. Help with day to day operations- running errands, online ordering, paying bills, and follow up/ tracking. Maintain business records, including spreadsheets for projects.

 

Qualifications: The successful candidate will be:  Meticulous. You have tremendous attention to detail. You take pride in having everything buttoned up. Proactive. You identify needs ahead of time and have a go-getter mentality. Computer literacy, Verbal and written articulacy, Professional discretion.

Contact Info: Bradley Hulsebosch (HR), 417 Buttercup Ln, Montevallo, AL 35115, (205) 665-2301, bradleyhulsebosch@gmail.com

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
 

CAHAWBA CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
Teacher


Opportunity: Cahawba Christian Academy is where we strive to "provide a Christ-centered environment where students are challenged to achieve spiritual and academic excellence." We currently need one or two teachers to help us in this mission. Any college student who has a heart for Christ and is working towards his or her teaching degree would qualify for a position.

 

To Apply:
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5b2ee485d274cbceea351c33/t/5d8bba64618f920ffa195a2e/1569438309111/Employee+Application.pdf
Return the application either in person or via email.

Contact: Gail Sammons, Principal, Cahawba Christian Academy, gsammonscca@gmail.com

 

WBMA/WTTO/WABM TV
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.

Descrioption: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.


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
To Apply:
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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

 

ABC 33/40 TELEVISION
Digital Content Producer


Opportunity: ABC 33/40 has an immediate opening for a creative Digital Content Producer. The candidate will be responsible for day-to-day digital content production for abc3340.com as well as our social media channels. You will also work closely with the Executive Producer, and Assignment Desk on content. In this position, you will determine the content, work with management and on-air staff to generate and write stories, and also develop content for our web site.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have: Solid news judgment. Be a compelling and accurate writer. Able to find and report news along with knowing how to spot content that can resonate with the audience on all platforms. Ability to interpret a wide variety of sources, including but not limited to press releases, social media posts, government statements and court rulings, and be able to seamlessly report/post online news content/stories from that source. Able to communicate and work well with a team while also being able to work independently and with minimal direction when necessary. Ability to work in a fast-paced and deadline driven environment. Ability to learn master proprietary content management systems in order to post/update digital content. 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. Ability to work nights and weekends are a must.


Must have at least 1-2 years of previous web producing experience at a commercial TV station. A journalism degree is preferred.


Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
To Apply:
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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

OLE MISS | UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI
Athletic Counselor


Description: This position provides assessment, diagnosis, and counseling for student athletes. The incumbent provides clinical services under the direction of a Licensed Sport Psychologist; conducts mental health, drug, and alcohol assessment, diagnosis, and counseling for student athletes; and develops, plans, and implements educational programs including diversity and inclusion for coaches and athletes.

Examples of Work Performed: Provides clinical services under the direction of a Licensed Sports Psychologist to student athletes, including psychotherapy, crisis management and assessment. Evaluates, counsels, and treats student athletes with substance abuse issues, addiction and other mental health issues. Conducts drug and alcohol assessments. Makes recommendations regarding appropriate level and modality of treatment for student athletes. Provides appropriate feedback when applicable to staff that may be involved the treatment of the student athletes. Develops relationships with student athletes, staff members, parents, and coaches and provides counseling as requested. Conducts individual and group drug and alcohol counseling for student athletes. Communicates with director of health and sport performance about the continuity of care. Develops and implements programming under the direction of the sport psychologist. Creates and presents educational content for coaches and student athletes regarding substance abuse. Ensures all assigned tasks are in compliance with University, SEC Conference, and NCAA rules and regulations.

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in counseling, psychology, social work, or related field from an accredited four-year college or university. Three (3) years of experience related to the above described duties. LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor) or PLPC (Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor) or LCSW (Licensed Clinical Social Worker) in the State of Mississippi or license-eligible. If license-eligible, must complete licensure requirements within 12 months of date of hire.

To Apply: https://careers.olemiss.edu/job/University-Athletic-Counselor-MS-38677/754384400/

ABC 33/40 TV
Multimedia Journalist (MMJ)

 

Opportunity: ABC 33/40, in Birmingham, is looking for an Multi-Media Journalist. 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: 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. A minimum of 1 year reporting experience is required at a commerical television station. Experience with live shots is required. Experience with Live-U is a plus.

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
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While applying online, please include a link to your online demo reel.
 

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
 

EXPRESS EMPLOYMENT PROFESSIONALS

Business Development Manager/B2B Outside Sales

 

Opportunity: We’re a customized staffing, recruiting & workforce management firm who works with employers in Shelby County and South Jefferson County. The award-winning Express Employment Professionals Bham South office is looking for a highly-driven Business Development Manager. Attractive base salary based on experience, PLUS unrestricted commission/bonus plan. North Shelby County, AL.

Description: Here's Your Goal & Responsibilities: Increase sales and new clients in the Birmingham market by making mostly in-person contacts with business owners, executives and other hiring decision-makers. Practice consultative selling and good listening skills in order to identify needs within companies. Develop staffing & recruiting solutions to help meet those needs. Provide current & relevant information to C-level executives and business owners. Enjoy the unlimited financial rewards of your sales success and our business growth!

 

About: Circle of Excellence Express franchise office for the last 11 years.  Work hard & have fun TEAM CULTURE! Holiday team lunches, team spirit Fridays, anniversary awards, team breakfast Tuesdays, birthday celebrations, 4:00 Friday celebrations, team bonuses, and more! Full benefits available: health & dental insurance, vision, 9 ½ paid holidays, ETO vacation/sick time, paid secondary insurance, paid life insurance, employee assistance program, make-a-difference benefit. Excellent training program & opportunities for continual training & development. Smart casual / business casual environment.

Qualifications: Min. 1-3 years of recent, proven, sales experience & success (we're looking for award-winners, here!)
Dependable vehicle to call on businesses in Shelby County and South Jefferson County (vehicle allowance provided). CULTURE & VISION FOR SALES – likeable, can get people to talk, passionate about sales, presentable & professional; energetic! GOAL-FOCUSED & RESULTS-ORIENTED – committed to results; self-driven; motivated by hitting your numbers.  CURRENT WITH TECHNOLOGY – pick up software programs & mobile aps quickly.  EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE – apply rational thinking; manage emotions; adapt & flex to various personalities; 100% trustworthy.  COMMUNICATION SKILLS – can persuade & motivate via verbal & written word.  CONFLICT RESOLUTION– negotiation, manage stress, create TRUST.  BUSINESS ACUMEN – consultative approach to sales; understand numbers & percentages.  PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT  - coachable & open to learning.  LEADERSHIP – inspire & reassure team; can-do attitude; understand you have a ripple effect on others.
 

To Apply: Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to: bruce.gouin@expresspros.com

Contact: Bruce P. Gouin, Owner, Express Employment Professionals, Birmingham, AL – South, Bruce.Gouin@ExpressPros.com

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

 

UNIVERSITY OF MONTEVALLO
Career Counselor


Opportunity: The University of Montevallo Career Development Center is currently accepting applications for qualified candidates for two Career Counselor positions. Both positions are Full-Time Regular/Exempt. One is a 12-month contract and the other is a 10-month contract. The purpose of the position is to provide career counseling and employability skills training to the UM community. Coordinate departmental events, activities, presentations, workshops, programs, and projects and assist the Career Development Center Director.

Description: Provide career counseling and employability skills training to UM clients. Prepare and maintain appropriate documentation for clients. Assist to develop a positive relationships across the UM campus and community through class and organization presentations and faculty and staff consultation and collaboration. Assist the Career Development Center Director with research to include compilation of client information, formulation of monthly reports, needs assessments, and evaluation of programs and services. Coordinate and promote departmental events, workshops, presentations, and projects on and off campus. Develop, implement and promote programs to address specific student needs and issues. Build and maintain relationships with community and business leaders.

Qualifications: Master's degree in Counseling, Clinical Psychology or Social Work is required. Minimum of 6 months of related experience. No license or certification is required for this position. Knowledge and skills related to career counseling theories and techniques, counseling laws, ethical codes and guidelines. Knowledge in human development and college student development and issues related to multicultural populations. Knowledge of clinical best practices and diagnostic criteria. Knowledge of current job market conditions, trends, and strategies. Effective communication, interpersonal, time management, organizational, and problem-solving skills.

To Apply: Go to UM Employment webpage and submit on-line application: https://jobs.montevallo.edu/postings/search?utf8=%E2%9C%93&query=&query_v0_posted_at_date=&query_organizational

_tier_3_id=any&440=&query_position_type_id=1&commit=Search

Contact: Michael Lebeau, Director, UM Career Development Center, 205-665-6262, mlebeau1@montevallo.edu

 

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

 

BROMBERG’S
Gift Wrap Associate


Opportunity: Bromberg's is a premier jewelry business, family owned and operated for over 183 years. We continue to set the standard for quality and service in providing customers with the finest selection of diamonds, designer jewelry, fine timepieces, and giftware including an expansive wedding registry while providing superior customer service. We are seeking a dependable, detail oriented Gift Wrapper to work at our Mountain Brook location on a part time basis.

Description: As a part of the Bromberg's Gift Wrap team you are responsible for gift wrapping customer purchases for gift giving and/or delivery and preparing gifts for delivery when needed. Primary job responsibilities include the following: Preparing and wrapping gifts with attention to detail, accuracy, and in a timely manner. Wrapping gifts orders for customers and associates and verifying customer tickets at pick-up for order accuracy. Gift wrapping and packaging items to be shipped to customers. Replenishing gift wrap supplies at gift wrap station and communicating supply needs to the manager/ and or our downtown warehouse personnel. Helping to maintain store cleanliness. Assisting our Visual Merchandiser when needed.

Qualifications: In this role you must be able multi-task in an often fast paced environment while always putting the customer first. Clear communication skills with customers, associates and management is imperative. Applicants should be enthusiastic and detail oriented with a great work ethic. Previous gift wrapping and customer service experience is a plus. Strong customer service skills. Self Motivated. Friendly, with a professional attitude, appearance, demeanor. Respectful, dependable, trustworthy and honest.

Contact: Adam Stoner, Bromberg & Company, Inc., Alabama's Leading Jeweler Since 1836, 2800 Cahaba Road, Birmingham, Alabama 35223, (205) 871-3276, Astoner@brombergs.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

SINCLAIR BROADCASTING GROUP
News Production Assistant


Opportunity: We are looking for a full time News Production Assistant to join out team! Duties include operating camera, Xpression, Audio and TelePrompter for our (Morning, Evening, Weekend) Newscast. Prep for newscasts. Prepare all fonts to air during newscast. Studio and set preparation. Maintaining studio Lighting. Video Editing for newscasts.


About: Make your mark in Broadcasting and Digital Media. Sinclair Broadcast Group and Sinclair Digital Solutions are dedicated to making Sinclair a communications powerhouse! We are the largest and most diversified television broadcasting company in the country. Sinclair owns and operates, programs or provides services to more television stations than anyone and has affiliations with all major networks. Sinclair Digital group is focused on bringing the most engaging content to web, mobile and over-the-top broadcasting to audiences all over the country! Our success is the result of extraordinary employees and an exemplary management team who believe in a vision and are dedicated ensuring a great future for our employees. Whether you are an industry veteran or just starting out, you can find it at Sinclair! We are advancing the world of Broadcasting and we 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: 100% company-paid life and disability, 401K match, employee stock plan, education reimbursement, and the ability to design your own comprehensive benefit package to suit you and your family’s every need. Ready to be part of a winning team? Let’s talk.
 

Apply Online URL:
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Contact:
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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

 

FAIRFIELD CITY SCHOOLS

Teachers

Opportunity: Fairfield City Schools will have a Job Fair on Friday, April 30, 2021 at Fairfield High Preparatory School. We have several teaching positions available.

To Register: Click here
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd_891qNa6Fdtux2wFvlaGZAyCq5DOJa5QXcu_4CBYYlQxVUw/viewform


Contact: Zenobia Odoms, Director, Human Resources, Fairfield City Schools, (205) 783-6850, zodoms@fairfieldk12.org

 

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

 

RIVERSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH

Pre-School Teachers

 

Opportunity: Riverside Baptist in Helena has a couple of job opportunities for preschool teachers. These would be great for students in the Education or FCS programs.

Description: Pre-School 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 Riverside Baptist Church's Early Learning Center and our curriculum’s approach to teaching and learning. Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (full-time) or 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. (part-time)

Accepts responsibility for maintenance and necessary housekeeping duties of the classroom, common use areas, and playgrounds. Assesses each child's developmental needs on an ongoing basis. Assists and coordinates snacks, meals, naptime, and bathroom activities. Attends all required staff meetings, workshops, and/or school functions as determined by the Director. Ensures that all class bulletin boards are current and provides the parents with an overview of the material taught in class. Observes all rules and regulations pertaining to the health, safety, and care of children. Plans with the Director and implements the approved lesson plans and daily classroom schedule using the curriculum outlines and Provides an attractive, well-kept classroom that encourages creativity, exploration, and decision-making by the children. Supervises and manages daily functions for a class of children.


Qualifications: Must be 19 or older. Pay depends on experience. Excellent communication, customer service, and problem-solving skills, including the ability to maintain composure under stress. Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills. Strong organization skills, able to multi-task, and can manage time to meet frequently changing deadlines in a fast-paced environment. Highly professional and dependable. Pleasant/friendly demeanor and an outgoing personality. Safety and customer service oriented. Upbeat personality with a warm and friendly demeanor. Must be able to lift up to 35 lbs. in connection with the handling of children for the facilitation of programs, child safety, and potential emergency situations. Flexible schedule with ability to work opening, closing, or short shifts. Must meet basic requirements of local child care regulatory agency. Willing to undergo a background check, in accordance with local law/regulations. Experience preferred, but not required.

Notes: Job Type: Full-time and Part-time available. Pay: $10.00 - $11.00 per hour. Education: High school or equivalent (Preferred). Experience: Early Childhood Education: 1 year (Preferred) Childcare: 1 year (Preferred)
License/Certification: CPR Certification (Preferred).
 

A good fit for applicants with gaps in their resume, or who have been out of the workforce for the past 6 months or more. A good job for someone just entering the workforce or returning to the workforce with limited experience and education. A job for which all ages, including older job seekers, are encouraged to apply. Open to applicants who do not have a college diploma.  COVID-19 Precaution(s): Personal protective equipment provided or required. Temperature screenings. Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place.


Contact: Sarah at sarahbriley.sb@gmail.com or (205) 224-2319
 

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

Qyualifications: 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.
 

CHAMPY'S FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN
Kitchen Staff


Description: Full and Part time kitchen staff needed to prepare and cook food. Want to work in a super fun, fast paced and unique environment? Champy's is a full service sit down restaurant featuring live music and local craft beer and cocktails. We are a family owned and operated business looking for AWESOME, friendly and high-energy team members to join us and grow. Becoming part of the Champy's team is more than just a job; you will be part of the Champy's family! Willingness to work! We will train.
 

To Apply: Hiring manager is Sterling. Online application available at //www.champyschicken.com/employment. Or stop by and check the place out and ask for a hard copy application.

Contact: Whitney Henson, Champy's Famous Fried Chicken, 10695 HWY 119, Alabaster, Alabama whitney.henson@champyschicken.com

 

WBMA/WJSU/WCFT
News Editor


Opportunity: ABC 33/40 has an excellent opportunity for an experienced, detail oriented and creative News Editor.

Description: Editing video for daily news coverage, special projects, and sweep period pieces. Taking in news feeds from news bureaus and various news organizations. Collaborating with anchors, reporters, and producers on video elements of newscasts. Meeting daily deadlines in a high-energy working environment.


Qualifications: College degree or minimum one (1) year relative experience in the field. Knowledge of Final Cut Pro and Avid NewsCutter XP editing technology is a definite plus. Ability to work with a multitude of people and personalities while maintaining a professional work environment.

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group


To Apply: Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/4039
 

HENRY COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Teachers

 

Opportunity: Henry County Board of Education is now hiring for certified teaching positions: Elementary, Library Media Specialist, Secondary Science, Secondary Math, Secondary Social Studies, Secondary English, Special Education, Physical Education.

 

Qualifications: Minimum Bachelor degree with valid Alabama Teaching Certificate with proper certification.

 

To Apply:  Go to Teach in Alabama website  http://www.alsde/TeachinAlabama/   Deadline to apply: April 15.

 

Contact: Dennis L. Brand, Sr., Ed. D., Recruitment Coordinator, Henry County Board of Education, PO Box 635, Abbeville, Alabama 36310, Phone - (334) 585-2206 ext. 1232, Fax - (334) 585-2551, dbrand@henrycountyboe.org

 

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/
Scroll down to read job descriptions

 

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
 

UNITED ABILITY

Hand-in-Hand Teacher


Opportunity: United Ability is seeking candidates for available teaching positions in their Hand In Hand program.  Hand In Hand is an inclusive Early Learning Program. They have immediate openings for fulltime and part-time teachers. All fulltime positions are benefits-eligible.

 

To Apply: Go to www.bit.ly/UA_JOBS


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

INTERNATIONAL PAPER/PRATTVILLE MILL
Production/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.

 

Conditions: 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. Must 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).  Anyone interested in job opportunities at the Prattville Mill 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, (334) 361-5566, Patsy.Aldridge@ipaper.com

 

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

 

BEEF O BRADY'S

Server, Bartender


Opportunity: Beef O Brady’s in Helena has an immediate opening for servers. We are offering a $100.00 signing bonus for anyone who starts training within the next 2 weeks. Signing bonus will be paid upon successful completion of a 30 day training period. Beef ‘O’ Brady’s is about great food, good sports and a comfortable family atmosphere. Our guests have come to appreciate Beef’s friendly service and the value of our quality food.

 

Qualifications: We are looking for people who are: Genuinely passionate about customer service.  Dedicated, fun-loving people.  Driven to consistently perform at a high level.  Motivated by working as a valuable member of a team.  Must meet state and local age requirements for serving alcohol. Food Handler Certification (or other state approved
program if required). Be able to operate basic restaurant equipment: POS, soda machine, coffee/tea maker, etc. Previous server/bar experience preferred but not required. Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time. Must be able to smile and clearly communicate with all guests, co-workers and management. Must be able to balance and carry multiple food and beverages to and from dining area. Team Player, Hard Worker, Honest

 

Description: Arrives to work on time, neatly groomed and in a clean uniform for every shift. Demonstrates a positive attitude at all times, willing to help out where needed. Follows all Beef ‘O’ Brady’s safety, sanitation, and employee guidelines. Welcomes and greets guests to make them feel comfortable and well taken care of. Communicates and interacts well with families and kids. Knowledgeable of Beef’s menu to describe items and inform guests of feature items. Take food and beverage orders and enter orders in POS system. Deliver food and beverages in a timely manner. Monitor guest’s dining experience and ensure they are satisfied with food and service. Respond promptly and courteously to any requests. Possess basic math skills and money handling to make proper change and process credit card payments.

Contact: George McCluney, Owner, Beef O Brady’s in Helena, 205-401-4486, gmccluney@bellsouth.net

 

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

 

EAGLE CONSULTING/COUNSELING

Licensed Therapist

 

Opportunity: Eagle Consulting/Counseling Division is looking for licensed therapists (LICSW, LPC, LMFT) to join our practice. We are an organization who offers many exciting opportunities, inspiration for growth and development, an outstanding full administrative staff, and a positive culture of support. Schedules are as flexible as you need with competitive rates for part-time or full-time counselors. We have offices in Cullman, Decatur, and Huntsville. We also are relevant with providing telehealth counseling for clients that live anywhere in the state of Alabama. If you are looking to join a group dedicated to making a difference in the lives of others and in the community, please contact us.


Contact: Kimberly Allfrey, LPC, Clinical Director, 475 Providence Main, Suite 401, Huntsville AL 35806, t: 256-716-0811, kallfrey@teceagle.com, www.eaglecounselingtec.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.

 

JONES VALLEY TEACHING FARM

Instructor


Opportunity: We're looking for someone energetic, self-motivated, and positive to join our education team as an instructor! A Jones Valley Teaching Farm Instructor leads all aspects of the organization’s program, which includes designing and delivering innovative standards-based curriculum at our partner school sites.

 

For more information and to apply, visit: https://jvtf.org/were-hiring-jvtf-instructor


COLUMBIANA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Youth Minister


Opportunity: Columbiana United Methodist is seeking a Youth Director. The position can be either a full or part time position. The hours are flexible and the pay is negotiable depending on the applicant’s qualifications and experience. Enthusiasm and a desire to work with and influence youth in a positive manner is a must.

 

Contact: BRUCE BURTTRAM, (205) 504-5209, Bruce42348@gmail.com

 

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
 

THE WELLNESS GROUP
Therapist

 

Opportunity: The Wellness Group, LLC in Clanton, Alabama is looking to fill a full time salaried Therapist position and a part-time position. Master’s level, ALC, LPC, LGSW, or LICSW required. Growing, fast paced, community based private counseling agency that provides services in schools and our local office. Providing individual, family, and group therapy.

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.

We are also interested in hiring part-time therapists who are interesting in working evenings and/or weekends. Please specify if you are interested in a full-time or part-time position.

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


SPECTRUM
Field Technicians


Opportunity: We have openings and are hiring Field Technicians in the Birmingham and Shelby County AL and surrounding locations. Spectrum offers comprehensive benefits package, paid training and career self-progression opportunities. The starting pay for Field Technician II is $18.00/hr

Description: Our Field Technicians are responsible for the installation of Digital Video, High Speed Internet and Digital Phone. Working both inside and out, technicians travel to customer sites to inspect equipment, independently diagnose service issues and construct innovative solutions.

To Apply: Interested candidates can apply directly to the following link: https://jobs.spectrum.com/job/birmingham/field-technician-birmingham-al/4673/18833127

Contact: Erene S. Canciller, Recruiter II, South Region East, Spectrum, 1511 S. Batesville Road| Greer, SC 29650, 864.887.7139(O), Erene.Canciller@charter.com

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
 

NEW LEAF COUNSELING SERVICES
Counselor of Social Worker

 

New Leaf Counseling Services of the TN Valley, located in Madison, AL, is looking to hire Licensed Professional Counselors (LPC) or Licensed Clinical Social Workers (LCSW) to join this growing practice. Applicants will be hired to work in office, with a flexible and self managed schedule. The team approach at New Leaf Counseling Services offers support with setting up billing, managing schedules, and if needed, credentialing with insurance. This is an independent contractor (1099) position.

 

To Apply: E-mail cover letter and resume to Alicia Schuster-Couch at alicia.newleaf@gmail.com


Contact: Alicia Schuster-Couch MA, LPC, PMH-C, NCC, New Leaf Counseling Services, Madison, AL ,(256) 755-4599, alicia.newleaf@gmail.com.

 

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

 

ST CLAIR COUNTY SCHOOLS
Special Education Teachers

 

Opportunity: St. Clair County Schools is now taking applications for special education teachers. We want the best special educators to lead our program and provide the most comprehensive education to our students. We will be looking for teachers that will be able to provide equality instruction in a variety of settings/areas including preschool and gifted. As we seek to improve our practices, we want teachers that are ready to lead the change and increase outcomes for all learners.


Contact: Elizabeth Grimes, EdD, Special Education Coordinator, St. Clair County Schools, 205-594-7131 ext. 2281, elizabeth.grimes@sccboe.org

 

WZDX FOX 54 TELEVISION
News Anchor|MSJ

 

Opportunity: WZDX FOX 54, in Huntsville, Alabama is looking for a creative and enterprising Anchor/MSJ who is an excellent on-camera communicator. The best candidate will be at the heart of our newsroom as the solo main anchor for the weekday 530P and 9P newscasts. We want a journalist who can excel at breaking news. This is NOT a job for someone who is uncomfortable asking tough but fair questions. This IS a job for a journalist who thrives creating engaging content for all platforms. If you want to work in a dynamic newsroom in the "New South" city of Huntsville, then please apply!

Description: Anchor broadcasts that are written and delivered in a conversational tone. Create memorable moments on digital platforms. Productively engage and grow audience on all platforms. Develop original content through independent sources and social listening. Actively engage in the creation of every daily newscast. Assist management in growing young journalists as well as audience in innovative ways.
 

Qualifications: Minimum two to four years’ anchor/reporter experience in a small-to-medium market. Ability to handle breaking news situations from the anchor desk and live from the field. Knowledge of popular social media sites. Knowledge of non-linear editing systems and ability to edit your own packages. Organizational skills and the ability to work under constant time pressure deadlines. Ability to work long shifts during breaking news situations. BA/BS in political science, journalism or a communications-related field preferred.
 

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/JhQvRBrY
Website: http://www.rocketcitynow.com
Contact: http://www.jobs.net/j/JhQvRBrY

 

SECURE MOVING

Drivers and Laborers

 

Opportunity: Secure Moving Inc., a Household Goods Packing and Moving company, is hiring Drivers and Laborers. Full and part time positions available.

Qualifications: Household goods moving experience preferred but will train. Applicants for driver positions must be 21 years of age or older with clean driving record. All applicants must pass background check, DOT physical and drug screen.

Notes: Secure Moving Inc. services moves in town and across the country. We offer competitive weekly pay. Health Insurance and optional IRA benefits package available after 90 days for full time employees. Great opportunity to earn extra money while pursuing a degree.

 

To Apply: Call (205)620-5044 or come by our office at 900 Keystone Court, Pelham, AL 35124, Monday through Friday 8:00am through 5:00pm.

Contact: Todd Gilbreath, Office Manager, Secure Moving Inc., 900 Keystone Court, Pelham, AL 35124, (205)620-5044, tgilbreath@securemovinginc.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

 

PROMISE OPEN DOORS/ENGLISH FIRST
Teaching English Abroad


Opportunity: 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 London, English First is one of 16 divisions of Education First. Focusing on language training and world travel, Education First has over 40,000 employees, 500 schools and offices, and locations in 107 countries. English 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.
Teaching English in China with EF offers three different school types. After a year in one position there is an opportunity to transition into another teaching experience.


--Kids & Teens School – students age 3-18 years, separated into 4 age groups, with interactive touch screen tvs and white boards.
--Adult School – classes from complete beginner to upper advanced, students range from university undergraduates to professionals .
--Online Teaching Centre – a bright, spacious teaching center in Shanghai with 100 teachers offering 20 minute, 40 minute and private online lessons to the Chinese community.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in any discipline or be within 3-5 months of graduation, a TEFL Certificate not required for interview, EF Sponsorship available, pass a background check, ability to live abroad for one year
 

Compensation Notes: Hours: 35 hrs/week. Support: visa processing, 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 at 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 school placement.

Application Notes: Deadline: April 30, 2021.  Anticipated start date: 3-5 months from accepted application. Graduates in May 2021 are eligible to apply immediately. Valid Passports issued by: US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa. To find out more/apply, use this link: https://www.promiseopensdoorstesol.org/landingpage-efrecruit. Or email resume directly to: careeradvisor@promiseopensdoors.org

Carol Verrone, Promise Open Doors, careeradvisor@promiseopensdoors.org
 

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

 

CRAZY CAZBOYS

E-Commerce Lister


Opportunity: Crazy Cazboy's, in Calera, is actively searching for several entry-level self-starters to grow our e-commerce business. The ideal candidate will have proactive tendencies, attention to detail, effective communication skills, willingness to grow, a sense of urgency, and an opportunity to create his or her value within the workplace. Daily tasks will vary and range from cleaning product, to product photography, to ultimately, listing products on one of our e-commerce marketplaces.

Qualifications: Medium level of computer skill. Be able to list a minimum of 80 items/day. Able to lift 30lbs. MUST be able to stand for an 8 hour shift. Must be willing to work on a desktop/computer for 8 hours
 

Notes: Job Types: Full-time, Part-time.  Pay: $12.00 - $14.00 per hour.

To Apply: Please submit resume to Robin Blackwood at robin@crazycazboys.com with your name as the subject.

Contact: Robin Blackwood, Human Resources Director, Crazy Cazboy’s, 1455 McCain Parkway , Pelham, AL 35124, 256.338.0982, robin.blackwood@crazycazboys.com, www.crazycazboys.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

 

FOUNDRY MINISTRIES
Fulltime Professional Positions


Foundry Ministries has several fulltime professional job openings in Birmingham, Bessemer, Cullman, Pelham, and Fairfield.

Positions include Donor Relations Coordinator, Counselor/Case Manager, Production Associate, Assistant Store Manager, Sales Associate, Shipping & Receiving Associate, Thrift Store Staff, Distribution Center Staff, Farm Property Manager, and more.

 

Contact: Brandy Suns, Community Engagement Coordinator, Foundry Ministries, P.O. Box 824, Bessemer, AL 35021, Office: 205.432.1089,  bsuns@foundryministries.com

To Apply: https://the-foundry-ministries-inc.prismhr-hire.com

 

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
 

WRAP GUYS AMERICA
Remote Human Resources Administrative Assistant

 

Description: Wrap Guys America began as a small vehicle wrapping company devoted to helping businesses generate both affordable and results-driven advertising. With a commitment to unsurpassed customer service and quality, we quickly evolved into much more than just a vehicle wrap company. Wrap Guys America is now the industry leader in vehicle wraps and we have expanded our services to offer exceptional building wraps, dance floor wraps and specialty projects. While the company has grown exceedingly over the years, we have proudly remained true to our roots.

We are looking for an HR administrative assistant to perform a variety of personnel-related administrative tasks. You will support the HR department in duties like posting job ads, updating HR database and processing employees’ requests. Our HR administrative assistant position requires excellent organizational skills and the ability to handle sensitive information confidentially. If you are passionate about HR policies and procedures and want to help create a nourishing workplace, this position is for you. Ultimately, you will gain HR experience in a fast-paced work environment by supporting and improving all HR functions.

Responsibilities: Maintain employee records (soft and hard copies). Update HR databases (e.g. new hires, separations, vacation and sick leaves). Assist in payroll preparation by providing relevant data, like absences, bonus and leaves. Prepare paperwork for HR policies and procedures. Process employees’ requests and provide relevant information. Coordinate HR projects, meetings and training seminars. Collaborate with the Recruiter to post job ads on careers pages and process incoming resumes. Manage the department’s telephone center and address queries accordingly. Prepare reports and presentations for internal communications. Provide orientations for new employees by sharing on-boarding packages and explaining company policies.

Qualifications: Proven work experience as an HR administrative assistant or HR administrator. Hand on experience with HR software, like HRIS or HRMS. PC literacy and experience with MS Office applications. Knowledge of labor legislation. Excellent organizational and time-management skills. Teamwork skills. BS degree in Human Resources or relevant field.

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

 

WBHM-FM PUBLIC RADIO
Executive Director


Opportunity: The University of Alabama at Birmingham seeks an Executive Director for WBHM, the UAB licensed NPR news station serving Birmingham and the surrounding region.

Description: The Executive Director plans, implements and directs all administrative, programming, technical operations and fundraising activities of WBHM 90.3 FM, including budget, personnel and strategic planning. She/he will assure University compliance with FCC rules/regulations and Corporation for Public Broadcasting, National Public Radio, etc. requirements and represent the station and the University with a variety of internal and external constituencies. Develops and oversees goals/objectives for WBHM based on industry best practices and fulfilling WBHM’s public service mission. Analyzes both short and long-term plans for effectiveness. Stays current on industry issues and participates in/represents the University in regional and national public media and civic organizations. Provides vision, leadership, and support for station's management team. Plans, manages and coordinates all WBHM operational activities including audience engagement and growth, budget development and financial oversight, internal and external audits, entering financial approvals in IRIS, and defining staff qualifications and performance expectations. Assures compliance with FCC rules and regulations and other legal/contract requirements, including CPB/NPR/PRX, APM and other industry partners and content providers. Serves as member of various committees/boards as needed. Serves as the station's major gifts and planned giving officer, represents WBHM and the University throughout the community, responsible for successful integration of WBHM within the University and community at large, and researches and pursues a variety of revenue streams. Writes and administers grants. Develops and nourishes WBHM’s community outreach efforts. Serves as the chief spokesperson for WBHM and as a public speaker at numerous civic organizations. Leads and cultivates collaborations between WBHM and national, regional and local partners to advance WBHM’s mission and raise the station’s profile in Alabama and nationally.

Qualifications: This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Broadcasting, Journalism or related field, and seven years experience in broadcast management (programming, development, operations or engineering), preferably in public broadcasting. Work experience may NOT substitute for education requirement.

 

Personal qualities: Leadership - Effective decision-maker and change agent, lifelong learner who effectively adapts to change; Communication - Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills with an open, engaging style; Fundraising - Excited about generating financial resources for WBHM. Effective fundraiser with demonstrated track record, Strong in relationship management; Diversity/ Equity/ Inclusion - Clear commitment to and proven record of growing diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives in the workplace and in the audiences and communities WBHM serves; Integrity - Demonstrate a commitment to transparency; Foster a culture of journalistic integrity, including truthfulness, accuracy, fairness, transparency, and public accountability. Demonstrate a record of being able to identify, confront, analyze and resolve ethical challenges or conflicts of interest; Industry Knowledge (radio, Internet, etc.) - Knowledge of and experience with media, trends in technology and consumption of media. Plus: Strategic Focus, Problem Solving and Decision-Making, People/Team Management, Innovation.

To Apply: The University of Alabama at Birmingham is being assisted in this search by Livingston Associates. As part of your application process, you are asked to also submit a resume, letter of introduction including your vision for the future of public media and how you will be the ideal person to lead WBHM in achieving that vision, as well as contact information for a minimum of three professional references. These documents should be uploaded when you apply. Date for full consideration: March 7, 2021. For more information and to submit application, go to: https://boards.greenhouse.io/livingstonassociates/jobs/4346830003?gh_src=f141c55c3us&fbclid=IwAR0v8v9liQGz-AMFW3yy-Iy2yfaTQX7arkUZ8hzPXcE40LqXL9M18tWOBss#app

 


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

 

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN COLLEGE
Admission Counselor

Opportunity: Birmingham-Southern College has an immediate opening for an Admission Counselor. This position serves as a member of the Admission Team in the Enrollment division. The primary responsibility of this position is to recruit students from a defined and focused territory in order to assist the College in achieving its enrollment goals.

Description: Serve as a member of the Admission Team managing a recruitment territory to assist in achieving enrollment goals for the College. Implement recruitment strategies as outlined in the admissions plan in the assigned territory to include high school visits, school counselor outreach, attend college fairs, host area receptions, and other events. Initiate, plan and execute special projects in conjunction with the goals of the office. Work with students, parents and alumni organizations that assist with recruitment of students. Provide admission presentations and interviews to visitors during on campus and off-campus events. Review applications for admission and for academic scholarship. Advises Students and families of admission requirements, process guidelines, financial aid and scholarship information, and residence life, etc. Provides follow-up to students and parents via phone, text message, letters, email, and scheduled appointments in specific recruitment territory. Completes routine reports related to recruitment, projections, personal schedule, travel, special programs, and professional development. The Admission Counselor will attend college fairs, visit high schools, and other events in order to establish and maintain relationships with high school counselors, prospective students, and parents. Must also plan and execute 8 – 12 weeks combined fall and spring recruitment travel within assigned geographic territory.

Qualifications: The qualified candidate will have a bachelor’s degree and a preferred one year of Admission recruiting experience or College counseling; preferably in a private, liberal arts setting; must be a self-starter with strong planning and communication skills. Must have the ability to articulate the value of a private, liberal arts education. Knowledge of the Admission/Financial Aid process is preferred. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to: Demonstrate the ability to think critically and initiate and implement projects independently. Gain a knowledge of Birmingham-Southern College and all its programs and services. Communicate effectively via phone, text, and email as well as in public settings. Demonstrate ability to work with a wide range of people and commitment to diversity. Knowledge or willingness and ability to learn SLATE (CRM) to enhance recruitment tasks. Sensitivity to working with diverse populations. Gain knowledge of the sales strategies and the skills regarding the recruitment process. Ability and willingness to keep sales process through phoning and other types of communication. Ability to travel and work a varied schedule with flexible hours, including nights and weekends. Ability to represent the office and the College in a professional manne.r

To apply: Qualified candidates should complete the BSC application and submit a resume and letter of interest to: careers@bsc.edu.
 

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

 

BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN COLLEGE
Counselor

Description: Birmingham-Southern College has an opening for a Counselor. The Counselor position will assist and support the Director of Counseling Services by offering short-term/brief counseling available to all enrolled students of BSC. Direct services include scheduled student counseling appointments and crisis intervention support. Services may also include providing consultation to on-call staff for mental health emergencies after hours if needed. This role provides direct treatment through knowledge of the wide spectrum of mental health related issues, particularly as they affect traditional-aged college students; provides referrals to various mental health resources; and consults with faculty/staff regarding student counseling concerns. This position will assist in wellness education, as well as other outreach to the campus community regarding the services offered on campus. The Counselor may also serve on committees related to the well-being of students and is a part of the Student Development staff. The number of hours devoted to meetings and committees will be intentionally limited in order to offer as many hours of direct/indirect service to our students.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in a counseling-related field is required. LPC or LMFT, or associate level progress towards completion of licensure in the state of Alabama is required, with appropriate certifications where relevant. At least 2 years of experience working in a college counseling setting is preferred. Certification or appropriate training with experience in effectively providing telehealth counseling through a HIPAA compliant audio/video platform is preferred. Membership and good standing within national and/or state counseling associations is expected. General knowledge of college student development and treatment approaches for common issues addressed in counseling in a college environment is essential. Qualified candidates must also possess the ability to ascertain need for referrals to other therapy settings, including in-patient or out-patient treatment needs.

To Apply: All qualified candidates should complete the BSC Application and submit a letter of interest and resume to careers@bsc.edu. BSC complies with the Child Protection Act and E-Verify. EOE.
 

BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN COLLEGE
Assistant Director of Admission

Description: Birmingham-Southern College has an immediate opening for an Assistant Director of Admission. The position will participate fully in a wide range of admissions activities representing the College in all aspects of territory management and will manage at least one special project/population. This highly visible role requires a self-motivated, vibrant person who can communicate with prospective students and interested parties to explain the college admission policies and procedures and accurately answer questions. In a typical year, this role plans and executes 6 – 8 weeks combined fall and spring recruitment travel based on analysis of territory needs and continuously evaluate and develop recruitment plans. In coordination with the Director of Admission, the Assistant Director is expected to be savvy with data and reporting as it relates to territory management and recruitment. This role will assist the counseling team and enrollment leadership in data analysis and reporting. Will work with the admission operations team to ensure that data is being managed so that reporting for staff is accurate.

Qualifications: Qualified Assistant Director candidates will hold a bachelor’s degree and 2 – 5 years of recruitment experience. Candidates must be self-starters with strong planning, communication and data analysis skills. Must have the ability to articulate the value of a private, liberal arts education and have knowledge of enrollment management. Strong candidates will have an understanding of Slate CRM and should have a desire to look at data and question “why”.

 

To Apply: Qualified candidates should complete the BSC application and submit a resume and letter of interest to: careers@bsc.edu.

BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN COLLEGE
Assistant Director for Service Learning & Community Partnerships

Opportunity: Birmingham-Southern College has an opening for an Assistant Director for Service-Learning and Community Partnerships. The Assistant Director takes responsibility for advancing civic and community engagement for Birmingham-Southern students by identifying and coordinating volunteer opportunities, internships with community agencies, and student development related to civic and social engagement. This position works directly with students and community organizations to provide unique opportunities for students to be involved with the community and expand their world outside of BSC. The Assistant Director works with colleagues in the Krulak Institute for Leadership, Experiential Learning, and Civic Engagement to identify, manage, and coordinate community engagement programs and partnerships.

Description: The Assistant Director serves as the bridge between community agencies and student community involvement. Specific responsibilities include coordinating the Bonner Leaders and the Hess Fellows Summer Internship programs. The Assistant Director recruits, supervises and supports students in these programs, as well as identifies and maintains community partnerships with relevant non-profit agencies both regionally and nationally. Additionally, the Assistant Director takes lead responsibility for alternative spring break programing, short-term service experiences (e.g., service days), and coordination of ongoing volunteer opportunities for all students at the College. The Assistant Director cultivates and maintains contact with community agencies and initiates new partnerships as needed. The Assistant Director collaborates with program directors in providing training and co-curricular learning for community engagement programs in the Krulak Institute, and initiates new programs and program revisions as appropriate.

Qualifications: Applicants should have a demonstrated ability to work with diverse groups of people, and experience working with community agencies. A Bachelor’s degree is required and a minimum of one-year experience in volunteer management, non-profits, or youth programming. Experience in a higher education context is preferred.

To Apply: Qualified applicants should complete the Application for Employment, and submit a letter of interest and resume to: careers@bsc.edu.
 

CITY OF MONTEVALLO
Assistant City Clerk & Treasurer


Opportunity: We're hiring! The City of Montevallo is now accepting applications for Assistant City Clerk & Treasurer.
For the full job description and requirements, or to apply, visit our website: https://montevalloal.sophicity.com/EmploymentOpportunities.aspx?fbclid=IwAR2yvvidlYkNgEHNcI-aOOsPRBfNUY0sFEsjJxyX6K4TmanQy0M38KIOJGE

Description: The Assistant to the City Clerk & Treasurer is hired by City Clerk and the Mayor of Montevallo. Duties and Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, administrative functions of the City delegated by the City Clerk & Treasurer's Office, including, but not limited to: Office Management; Human Resources; Payroll; Accounts Payable; Accounting; Finance; Budgeting; Central Purchasing; record keeping; and assisting the Chief Election Official for all City elections. Serves as supervisor to the city's accounts payable/ payroll clerk; assists with HR functions; assists with Budgeting and Finance; manages the maintenance of all City records in a safe and secure place; ensures all records are accurate and current and that all confidentiality is not breached; performs searches of municipal records as required, secures proper approval for purging old records; retains city records in an electronic format as necessary with proper security and adequate backup of such records is ensured; approves review of records for public inspection or agency use; and designs appropriate forms and documents for use within the City Office and the City as a whole.
In the absence of the City Clerk & Treasure, manages the organization and preparation of the agenda for City Council and other Meetings, assists with the coordination of official functions and attends Council meetings as needed; in the absence of the City Clerk & Treasurer, briefs the Mayor and Council on all agenda items; prepares the minutes of all Council meetings, as needed; maintains and secures permanent copies of the minutes for City Records; coordinates and prepares physical meeting facilities for the Council and various City boards. Assists the Chief Election Official on a quadrennial basis for all aspects of City elections; coordinates facility use for elections with Probate Judge and appropriate County Election Officials; advises candidates of legal requirements and obligations; certifies voter list; verifies petition signatures for referendums; records election results and transmits election returns to appropriate officials and individuals; coordinates selection and approval of voting centers and voting district boundaries with the City Attorney, City Planning Agencies and US Justice Department as mandated by law. Performs general administrative duties including correspondence and memoranda for the City Office; maintaining monthly calendar and scheduling events. Orders supplies for City Hall and all Departments. Serves as the City's Safety Coordinator and Safety Committee Member; facilitate Safety Committee meetings to promote and implement the Safety Program; facilitate monthly Safety Meetings for City Hall Staff; maintain the Safety Manual; write and distribute updates and supplements to the Safety Manual. Serves as the general City Hall Office Manager
Answer phones, covers front desk at lunch and when other personnel are out of the office and enter non-court related payments as needed.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree or any combination of education and experience may be substituted for degree requirement. Must have a minimum of 2 year of office or comparable work experience. To perform this job successfully, the person in this position must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Experience having performed the essential functions is desired. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Verbal skills to communicate factual information and ideas to City Clerk, Mayor, City Council, coworkers, and general public. Writing skills to compose letters, write grants, and complete various reports, records and files. Reading skills to read and understand law, written reports, rules and regulations, policies and procedures. Basic knowledge of math, budgeting and accounting. Planning skills to plan work
schedules, work programs, budgets. Computer skills, website skills, and skills to operate other office equipment. Knowledge of department rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Skills to recognize and handle all types of behavior from the general public and staff.

 

Notes: Department City Hall. Reports to City Clerk & Treasurer. Grade I 6; Step I $43,617.60. FLSA Status Non-Exempt

To Apply: Employment Application and Resume may be submitted at www.cityofmontevallo.com.  Resumes may also be mailed to: City of Montevallo; Attn: City Clerk's Office, 541 Main Street, Montevallo, AL 35115.

 

BIRMINGHAM SOUTHERN COLLEGE
Assistant Director of Accessibility Services

Opportunity: Birmingham-Southern College has an opening for an Assistant Director of Accessibility Services. This full-time position plays an integral role in supporting the mission of Birmingham-Southern to provide students who qualify with documented disabilities or health conditions with resources and supports needed to ensure equal access to academic, co-curricular, and physical areas of the College. The Assistant Director works closely with the Associate Dean of Students in collaboration with other campus departments to provide a high level of service to students, faculty, and staff regarding accommodations, training, guidance for matters dealing with compliance of regulatory expectations regarding disabilities, and acts as a resource in the areas of legal issues, governmental guidance, and general best practices in serving students with disabilities. The Assistant Director provides professional and confidential leadership for the campus community and serves as a role model of professionalism, problem-solving, and responsibility at all times. This position serves as the primary contact for the Office of Accessibility Services for students, faculty, and staff.

Description: Major responsibilities include: Coordinating the academic, residential and dietary accommodations processes, advising and providing on-going support to students who qualify and use accommodations, ensuring compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Fair Housing Act, and other applicable laws, and developing and implementing training for faculty, staff and students. The Assistant Director also will serve as a resource for the Office of Admission and at prospective student request, provide general information about the process to register with the Office of Accessibility. A full job description can be viewed here.

Qualifications: A Master’s degree is required and a degree in Counseling, School Psychology, Special Education or similar field is preferred. Three or more years of experience in disability support services or administration within an educational environment is also required. The successful candidate must have excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills and be able to analyze and resolve problems. A demonstrated ability to apply student development theory in an evolving and complex residential setting is essential. Candidate must have a commitment to issues of diversity, multiculturalism, social justice, civic engagement, and global citizenship. A proficiency in word processing, data entry, and other computer operations is also required.

To Apply: Qualified candidates should complete the BSC application and submit a resume and letter of interest to: careers@bsc.edu.

 


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/

 

ABC 33/40 TELEVISION
Fulltime Anchor


Opportunity:  ABC 33/40 is seeking a dynamic News Anchor for our morning newscast! The person we are seeking to join our on-air team will bring a unique combination of journalistic and broadcasting skills. In this role, you will provide content for our local broadcast and digital platforms, as well as maintain a robust presence on our social media pages. Category: Media, Journalism, Newspaper.

Description: ABC 33/40 is looking for a dynamic full-time Anchor. In addition to being an outstanding journalist with a great personality, you need to be a team leader. Our anchors are leaders who participate in the planning of our shows and produce content regularly. A competitive passion to win and openness to innovation is mandatory! Our winning candidate will be someone who embraces social media and knows how to consistently engage with the audience. Collaboration is a big part of this role!

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have: Strong Leadership skills. Smooth/pleasant delivery. Strong writing skills and news judgment. Sharp video shooting and editing skills. Exemplary communication skills. You must have at least 10 years of on-air experience. Live commercial television experience is a must. Strong "in-the-field and live" skills. Exceptional written communications skills using a conversational writing style. Strong editorial judgment and a proven ethical foundation.

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. Apply Online URL:
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UNIVERSITY OF MONTEVALLO
Technical Support Analyst II
 

Description: The University of Montevallo is now hiring for the position of Technical Support Analyst II. The purpose of this position is to assist Information Technology Services staff in maintaining computer hardware, laptops, computer labs, and classroom technology. Annual Salary Range $40,000.
 

Qualifications: Bachelors or Associates Degree required. At least 3 years experience with Microsoft Office, Windows, and Internet software; PC and Mac operating systems; and repair/maintenance of hardware. Experience in an academic computing environment preferred. Experience may substitute for education. Certifications, licenses, professional designations, or other qualifications required for this position include: A + certification/industry equivalent or the ability and willingness to obtain certification.
 

To Apply: http://jobs.montevallo.edu/postings/5076

 

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
 

PROMISE OPEN DOORS

English Teachers 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 London, English First is one of 16 divisions of Education First. Focusing on language training and world travel, Education First has over 40,000 employees, 500 schools and offices, and locations in 107 countries. English 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: Teaching English in China with EF offers three different school types. After a year in one position there is an opportunity to transition into another teaching experience. Kids & Teens School for students age 3-18 years, separated into 4 age groups, with interactive touch screen tvs /white boards. Adult School with classes from complete beginner to upper advanced, students range from university undergraduates to professionals. Online Teaching Centre is a bright, spacious teaching center in Shanghai with 100 teachers offering 20 minute, 40 minute and private online lessons to the Chinese community. Applicants accepted through Promise receive $200 up front upon arrival at school placement.

Qualifications: Graduates in December 2020 or January 2021 are eligible to apply immediately. Bachelor’s degree in any discipline or be within 3-5 months of graduation, a TEFL Certificate not required for interview, EF Sponsorship available, pass a background check, ability to live abroad for one year.

Support: visa processing, 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 at 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

Notes: Hours: 35 hrs/week.  Application deadline: March 31, 2021. Anticipated start date: 3-5 months from accepted application. Valid Passports issued by: US, UK, Canada, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand or South Africa To find out more/apply, use this link: https://www.promiseopensdoorstesol.org/landingpage-efrecruit.

 

To Apply: mail your resume directly to: careeradvisor@promiseopensdoors.org

 

Contact:  Carol Verrone, careeradvisor@promiseopensdoors.org

 

SEQUEL YOUTH SERVICES

Licensed Therapist

 

Opportunity: Do you want to make a difference in the lives of our youth? Do you want a supportive work environment? Sequel Youth and Family Services in Montgomery has an open position for a licensed therapist (LPC, LBSW, LMSW).

 

Description: The program specializes in treating adolescent females ages 12-18, with maladaptive sexual concerns and/or behavioral disorders. The campus is located in Montgomery, AL.  The therapist will provide clinical and case management service to students and their families. The therapist assures a high standard of documentation that meets all necessary standards and requirements. Sequel of Montgomery services adolescent females, ages 12-18, with severe emotional and behavioral issues.

 

Qualifications:  Position requires a Master's degree from an accredited college or university in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work or closely related clinical field. Selected Candidate should be licensed as a LPC, LBSW, or LMSW.

Notes: Medical, Dental, Vision, and Life Insurance after 30 days. Company provided Short-Term and Long-Term Disability. Company provided AD&D insurance. Flexible Spending program. 401K after sixty days. Paid time off. Employee Assistance Programs. Daily Pay.

 

Learn More: www.sequelyouthservices.com
Apply Online: https://sequeljobs.com/

Contact Theresa at 334-647-1778 if you’re interested.
 

WHNT TV / NEXSTAR
Technical Director
 

Description: The Technical Director supervises and coordinates the efforts of all technical operators during newscasts and other live and recorded productions.  Monitors and directs camera/video staff.  liaison between engineering and production departments.  Works with news producers to deliver newscast.  trains camera and CG operators for live broadcasts.  Switches video sources during live broadcasts.

 

Qualifications: Two years experience preferred. Background in news operations and production. Proficiency with broadcast control equipment.  Experience preferred on how to edit newscasts using Adobe Premier Pro 7060. Fluency in English.

 

To Apply:  Online at  https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/nexstar

 

Contact: Regina Tom, WHNT TV, 200 Holmes Ave, Huntsville AL 35801, rtom@nexstar.tv

 

UNIVERSITY OF ALABAMA
Mental Health Professional II
 

Opportunity: Mental Health Prof II - 512003, Job no: 512003, Regular Full-time (Benefits eligible). Location: Tuscaloosa. Division: Student Life, Unit: Assoc VP Student Life. Department/Office: 810102 - Collegiate Recovery & Intervention. Categories: Health Care / Social Services. Pay Grade/Pay Range: 58 Monthly (exempt): - Minimum - $ 40206.36 Midpoint - $ 58302.36, Normal Work Schedule: Monday - Friday 8:00am to 5:00pm

Description: The Mental Health Professional II (MHP II) provides clinical services to clients and fulfills specific clinical and supervisory functions. Some of the primary responsibilities include providing clinical services, completing client assessments and case management. The MHP II may exercise clinical oversight and supervision, serve as a liaison among stakeholders and provide significant discipline-specific and agency-wide leadership on clinical matters. The Mental Health Professional II may exercise clinical oversight and supervision, serve as a liaison among campus stakeholders and provide discipline specific leadership on clinical matters in the area of substance use disorders and recovery. Responsible for completing required training that is related to laws and regulations, that creates a more hospitable and respectful workplace; and safer work environment. Responsible for holding staff accountable for completion of required training. Has personal accountability for financial reporting and responsibility for establishing, enforcing, and following internal processes and controls as outlined in UA policies and procedures.

Qualifications: Master's degree from accredited program in clinical mental health (CACREP) or clinical social work (LCSW). Two (2) years of mental health experience, to include experience working in inpatient, IOP, or residential AOD treatment. Licensure in the state of Alabama at the level of an independent practitioner as LPC or LCSW. Must have a valid U.S. driver's license. Must be at least 21 years of age at time of hire and have an acceptable Motor Vehicle Report as determined by the insurance carrier. Knowledgeable about the treatment of substance misuse and substance use disorders with young adults. Knowledge of recovery process, return to use prevention, excellent communication skills. Familiarity with client-centered evidence-based counseling approaches such as motivational interviewing, transtheoretical model stages of change, solution-focused counseling. Fluency in working with diverse populations and advocating for, fostering social justice, equity, and inclusion. Demonstrated commitment to expand multicultural knowledge, awareness, and skills as evidenced through: demonstrating self awareness; understanding and valuing others; demonstrating knowledge of social inequalities; interacting effectively with a diversity of people; fostering equity and inclusion.

Preferred Qualifications: Preference will be given to those with direct experience with the college age population and substance use disorders in a higher education setting. Preference given to candidates with collegiate recovery experience as member, intern, or staff. Preference given to candidates in ongoing recovery of 5 years or more. Preference given to candidates with a doctorate in counselor education (CACREP) and or social work (LCSW) from an accredited program.

To Apply: https://staffjobs.ua.edu/mob/en-us/job/512003/mental-health-prof-ii-512003?fbclid=IwAR2iaQrTHRJyqM4uPAvjS0UL5tuYjRloC-aLbM66Z3VwgTmbUXQe2irK1jI
Application close: Dec 17 2020 Central Standard Time

 

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:
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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.

 

BAO offers excellent benefits, is an EOE, and LGBTQ and POC are encouraged to apply.

 

To Apply: Send resumes to resume@birminghamaidsoutreach.org
 

MAGIC CITY ACCEPTANCE ACADEMY
Project Manager

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: Coordination between the architects, Construction Company during the construction/renovation project for the MCAA Building. The ideal applicant should be highly organized with the ability to plan ahead and multitask in order to meet deadlines and keep projects under budget. To provide management of the facility construction and remodeling project, including compliance with Building Codes and land use development regulations, obtaining building permits, and leading the project team. Position will require overseeing the performance of architects, engineers and construction contractors, performing site visits during construction and writing reports, developing and controlling project budgets, coordinating efforts between contractors the school leadership team and Board of Directors, and managing construction program documentation.

 

Qualifications: Bachelor degree. Experience in project management.
 

BAO offers excellent benefits, is an EOE, and LGBTQ and POC are encouraged to apply.

 

To Apply: Send resumes to resume@birminghamaidsoutreach.org

 

MAGIC CITY ACCEPTANCE ACADEMY
Assistant Principal

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: Assists in providing effective leadership in planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating the instructional program. Assists in interpreting and enforcing federal/state laws and state and local board policies. Assists the principal in personnel functions. Assists the principal in securing, maintaining, and managing material resources. Assists in preparing and administering the school budget and supervising school finances. Assists the principal in assuming responsibilities for scheduling. Assists in ensuring that students receive appropriate placement and services.

 

Qualifications: Must have a valid Alabama Certification in Educational Administration, Educational Leadership, or Educational Supervision. Must have a minimum of three (3) years of teaching experience. Must provide three (3) letters of professional references within the last three years (One from current, immediate supervisor; the other two from other supervisors or colleagues who are knowledgeable about work experience and performance).

 

BAO offers excellent benefits, is an EOE, and LGBTQ and POC are encouraged to apply.

 

To Apply: Send resumes to resume@birminghamaidsoutreach.org

 

MAGIC CITY ACCEPTANCE ACADEMY
Assistant Principal 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 instructional leader of the school. Under the direction of the principal, works with staff, students, and community to ensure high quality educational programs and to formulate and accomplish the school system's vision, mission and strategic goals. To assist the principal with ensuring that an environment of high expectations and accountability exists for faculty, staff, students and parents.

 

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. Excellent organizational, time-management and problem-solving skills. Ability to work effectively in a team environment. Strong interpersonal skills, including oral and written communication skills. Ability to establish credibility with all constituents, effectively and professionally manage sensitive and confidential information, and be comfortable and effective working with all levels of an organization. Ability to understand the unique needs, growth issues, and learning characteristics of students of the school/grade level(s) assigned. Knowledge of curriculum development, educational technology, best practices and staff development principles, as well as current trends and research. Ability to organize, motivate, delegate, evaluate, and supervise others effectively
 

BAO offers excellent benefits, is an EOE, and LGBTQ and POC are encouraged to apply.

 

To Apply: Send resumes to resume@birminghamaidsoutreach.org

 

MAGIC CITY ACCEPTANCE ACADEMY
Social Worker

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: Licensed board social worker or licensed 120 days after employment. Provide case management to persons living with HIV.
 

BAO offers excellent benefits, is an EOE, and LGBTQ and POC are encouraged to apply.

 

To Apply: Send resumes to resume@birminghamaidsoutreach.org

 

PATHWAYS PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING
Counselor (Huntsville)

About: Pathways Professional Counseling is a sister ministry of Alabama Baptist Children’s Homes (ABCH). Candidates must meet certain spiritual expectations consistent with the general theological beliefs of Southern Baptists.

 

Description: 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. Provide individual, family, and group counseling. Counselors will spend at least 50% of direct service time in counseling sessions with clients or in handling telephone intake calls and  inquiries. This position strives for 62.5% of direct service time in counseling sessions with clients direct service time is defined by total weekly expected work hours (40 total). Minimum weekly case load should be 20 clients weekly, and an ideal case load should be 25 to 30 clients weekly. Lead conferences, support groups, training sessions, and seminars in churches in the area of needs and concerns. When opportunities arise, be available Sunday and Wednesday nights, and provide at least 5 workshops or family life conferences in churches each calendar year. Keep regular office hours in the assigned counseling offices, available to handle telephone intakes and inquiries. Work closely with the development and communications teams to market and
promote the counseling ministry. Keep appropriate records on and maintain confidentially of all clients. Turn in weekly paperwork, which will include weekly schedules, statistical reports, and case progress notes. Keep counseling skills and Alabama License current to appropriate educational training. Maintain availability in a consultant role to pastors or denominational leaders. Build and maintain relationships with appropriate referral sources (which may include pastors, school counselors, law enforcement officials, school teachers, physicians, other professional counselors and others) in order to generate referrals and to professionally present our services to the community to whom those services are
available. Engage in professional activities which are beneficial to the counseling profession, such as: serving on committees, taking leadership roles in professional organizations, etc, in order to create and maintain a professional network for the purpose of offering and receiving referrals and representing the ministry in a favorable and professional manner. Work alongside the social services team in providing foster parent and house parent training. Attend annual Camp of Champions at Shocco Springs each summer.

Qualifications: 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. Be willing to work a flexible schedule, including some evening hours. Valid driver’s license and
safe driving record.

 

Contact: Samantha Parker, Human Resources Manager, Alabama Baptist Children’s Homes & Family Ministries, 2681 Rocky Ridge Lane, Birmingham, AL 35216, humanresources@alabamachild.org.
 

SINCLAIR BROADCAST GROUP
Assistant News Director


Opportunity: WBMA/WJSU/WCFT Television 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!

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group

Apply Online: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/3208
 

THE BRIDGE
Therapist

Opportunity: The Bridge, in Mobile, Alabama, is accepting applications for a fulltime Therapist position. The Outpatient Therapist is responsible for the delivery of substance abuse/co-occurring and early intervention treatment services to assigned clients at the designated school location, client’s home, other appropriate community setting, or office; provides family individual, family group, individual, assessments, and group counseling consistent with the training, experience, and scope of practice established by their respective discipline and Alabama law; provides case management assessment and intervention services as needed; and, provides consultation services to the staff to support the overall substance abuse/mental health goals of the school.

Description: Conduct diagnostic interview examinations and perform thorough psycho-social and placement assessments to reflect accurate diagnosis or diagnostic impression. Develop and implement service plans. Identify and conduct appropriate referrals. Provide direct support service to individual clients, small groups, and classrooms. Required to telework (work from an alternative location) as an infection control or prevention strategy, based on timely information from public health authorities about pre-influenza, pandemics, public health emergencies or other similar conditionsand provide telehealth services in a responsible manner that provides for client confidentiality requirements in communications as outlined in the telehealth policy. Provide clinical services in individual, group, and family therapy mode, utilizing techniques and theories consistent with The Bridge clinical philosophy and evidence-based practices. Provide case management assessment and intervention services during program participation and for the coordination of continuing care. Provide consultation for school staff regarding client substance / co-occurring issues. Provide and participate in school system professional development workshops on topics relevant to substance abuse / co-occurring symptoms, treatment, and other related issues. Maintain cooperative relationships with treatment community, juvenile probation department, and other necessary and relevant agencies and organizations. Meet service level requirements sufficient to meet operational viability, client needs, and school system expectations. Ensure content of client files are in full compliance with The Bridge Policies / Procedures, Medicaid, contracting agency standards / regulations regarding: client file data entry; quality of file content; timeliness of entries; timeliness of file updates; timeliness of file archiving; and, timely, accurate billing data.

Qualifications: Master’s degree in a clinical area (i.e., psychology, social work, counseling, marriage and family) OR other behavioral health area with requisite coursework equivalent to that of a degree in above with practicum/internship from an accredited institution recognized by the U.S. Dept. of Education OR have six (6) month’s post master’s clinical experience. Must be SA certified according to The Bridge policy and ADMH standards within 30 months from date of hire or transfer from a non-ADMH position; OR licensure as a professional counselor (LPC, LMFT, LMSW, or LICSW). Obtain the case management certification through ADMH prior to completion of the probationary period, and prior to billing case management services. Secure and maintain CPR and First Aide certification within thirty (30) days of hire/start date. High level of integrity, dependability, and honesty. Ability to express ideas and directives clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Computer skills, including Microsoft Office software and proficient keyboarding skills. Cultural sensitivity in working with internal and external consumers including clients, staff, volunteers, referral agents, vendors, community organizations, etc. Effective stress management/composure

Notes: Minimum 21 years of age. Valid Alabama driver’s license and acceptable driving record with proof of personal vehicle insurance. Have access to personal transportation to meet with client caseload on a regular basis at home, school, and/or job locations. Safely operate 8-12 passenger van. Pay: $17.10 - $19.26 per hour.

 

To Apply: Please send your resume and interest letter to Linda Musi at l_musi@bridgeinc.org

 

PATHWAYS PROFESSIONAL COUNSELING
Billing Coordinator (Birmingham)

About: Pathways Professional Counseling is a sister ministry of Alabama Baptist Children’s Homes (ABCH). Candidates must meet certain spiritual expectations consistent with the general theological beliefs of Southern Baptists.

 

Description: The Billing Coordinator must possess impeccable organizational skills, multi-tasking abilities, and sound knowledge of insurance billing principles. This position will be responsible for invoicing, processing private-pay income into QuickBooks, QuickBooks changes, internal reports, and other administrative duties as assigned. Bill private pay clients. Record private pay income in QuickBooks. Make changes in QuickBooks. Produce internal reports for leadership and administrative teams. Create, monitor, and process all client invoicing. Create, monitor, and process all write-offs. Create paper invoicing for past due clients. Help answer all phone calls and emails related to intakes. Attend Admin meeting twice a month. Attend annual Camp of Champions at Shocco Springs each summer. Attend annual staff retreat.


Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting or 5 years of related work experience. Proficiency in MS Office Applications, database, and spreadsheet software. Strong interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills are required. Ability to work independently or with others to manage multiple tasks with minimal supervision. Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, including Excel and Word. Knowledge of QuickBooks software. Valid driver’s license and safe driving record.
 

Contact: Samantha Parker, Human Resources Manager, Alabama Baptist Children’s Homes & Family Ministries, 2681 Rocky Ridge Lane, Birmingham, AL 35216, humanresources@alabamachild.org.
 

SINCLAIR BROADCAST GROUP
Marketing Consultant


Opportunity: WBMA/WJSU/WCFT Television 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!

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group

Apply Online: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/3253

 


OCTOBER 2020

 

SUMMER CLASSICS
Graphic Designer

Description: The Graphic Designer is responsible for supporting the processes of brand/advertising development, support catalog production, and national advertising (including print and web) for all divisions. Other responsibilities include maintaining image catalogs for digital sales platforms. Assists with E-blasts, print advertising, website, catalog, development, etc. Assists in preparation of department presentations.   Assists with all retail graphic design related requests and work with department team members on projects. Assists with all graphic needs for the Summer Classics Garden Party; invitation, menus, promotional items (t-shirts, towels, etc., usually theme related), nametags, and table arrangements. Maintains department marketing calendar in conjunction with design team members. Assists in management of photography archives and image editing (including lifestyles, silos, and photo shopping where necessary). Assists in management and execution of all print and digital catalogs for Summer Classics, Summer Classics Commercial Sales, and Private Label. Implements goals of marketing/sales department together with design department goals, creating material that is conducive to the success of both. Evaluates the effectiveness of methods used to achieve Marketing objectives. Adheres to the graphic/brand standard of Summer Classics, creating branding
materials. Assists sales team with marketing opportunities. Prepares materials for use at industry markets (casual show, premarket, etc.) as needed.
 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Art, Design or related field required. Entry-level experience in Adobe Creative Suite required. Experience with catalog print process from beginning to end (designing to packaging files and press checking color at the printer). Demonstrated dedication to accuracy. Strong graphic design layout skills. Good time management skills. Meeting deadlines. Ability to work independently and make responsible decisions.

 

Expected Hours of Work: Core hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (with some
overtime expected).


Contact: David McLean, Vice President of Human Resources, Summer Classics, 3140 Pelham Parkway, Pelham, AL 35124, davidm@summerclassics.com, Office: (205) 358-9425, Cell: (205) 837-9119, Web: www.summerclassics.com/careers

SUMMER CLASSICS
Web Developer

Description: The Web Developer is responsible for providing the technical aspects of the Company’s customer facing websites and online initiatives, with the goal of providing technical expertise to marketing operations in the most efficient manner possible. The Web Developer is responsible for; designing and developing our website(s), system
integrations, and analytics management to execute a winning solution for our customers and business. Designs and develops website(s) updates with marketing initiatives and business needs. Supports corporate, retail, and franchisee website tactics that are not supported through a content management system; includes integrating sliced PSD files
(usually converted to HTML/CSS) into either WordPress or some other proven open source system. Writes code to generate web pages and access to databases and business logic servers. Sets up e-commerce applications. Collaborates with design, strategy, and sales teams to identify user’s needs and makes changes as needed; contributes to “scope of build” conversations with marketing team.  Tests and documents software for websites. Writes, modifies and debugs software for websites. Finds, diagnoses, and fixes website problems, including; broken links (both internal and external), typographical errors, and formatting inconsistencies; monitors health and uptime of servers. Tracks and evaluates new standards; technologies; and trends in website development, design, and delivery. Creates and maintains a consistent website architectural structure. Creates and maintains an archive for website templates and images.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field; Minimum of two to five years’ experience as a web developer or equivalent combination of education and experience; Proficient in programming languages such as; Javascript, advanced HTML, CSS along with general understanding of relevant hardware; C#.NET preferred; Photoshop and WordPress experience a must; Working knowledge of website authoring, development, and publishing tools; Good knowledge of CRM platforms and best practices; Experience with Lotus Domino and/or jQuery a plus; Experience with Sitecore and/or Sitefinity a plus; Knowledge of email provider platforms such as, Exact Target preferred; Basic knowledge of social media platforms; Familiar with website traffic driving efforts such as; SEO, PPC, SMS/mobile, social
media, online advertising, etc.; Understanding of; communications, marketing, customer service and user interface principles; Marketing support experience a plus; Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills; highly self-motivated and self directed; Strong attention to detail; experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment; Experience in gathering, analyzing, and meeting business requirements; Excellent interpersonal skills; excellent verbal, written communication and presentation skills; Desire to stay updated and current on new technologies; Good understanding of major operating systems; Ability to multi-task and possess strong time management and organizational skills; Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a fast-paced environment; Office equipment including; laptop, desktop, copier, and printer.

Contact: David McLean, Vice President of Human Resources, Summer Classics, 3140 Pelham Parkway, Pelham, AL 35124, davidm@summerclassics.com, Office: (205) 358-9425, Cell: (205) 837-9119, Web: www.summerclassics.com/careers

SUMMER CLASSICS
Junior Designer

Description: The Junior Designer is responsible for assisting the product development process from conceptual sketch, to final production approvals. The Junior Designer position is responsible for developing; concept sketches, generating 3D & 2D engineering drawings, and creating photo realistic digital renderings from 3D models. The role is providing support of both Gabby and Summer Classics designers, and creating designs for both brands. Design – Creates and develops design concepts for; Summer Classics (SC), Summer Classics Commercial Sales (SCCS), Private Label Accounts and Gabby; evaluates design ideas based on factors such as aesthetic appearance, designfunction relationships, serviceability, materials engineering, application, budget, selling price, production costs, methods of production, market characteristics and client specifications; presents design concepts to supervisor and discusses
need for modification and/or approvals. CAD Modeling – Develops and revises 3D CAD and 2D engineering drawings;
Creates photo renderings for design presentations and review. Research – Researches design trends, product limitations, innovative materials, customer needs, and sales data. Development – Assists the design team with prototype tracking and organization; generates quote submission forms (QSF) for supervisor approval; generates 3D
models for design layouts; generates product specification sheets for new products; creates design PPT for design and executive team review; and communicates with suppliers as needed to develop designs. Assists with planning and execution of product photography. Manages prototype sample inventory and tracking. Creates and tracks yearly design calendar and Gantt chart.

Qualifications: Four-year bachelor’s degree with major in Industrial Design, Architecture, Engineering, or related area required; Masters preferred; One to three years of work experience in design, preferably in furniture or related
industry; Strong portfolio displaying creativity, problem solving, and technical expertise; Basic knowledge of manufacturing techniques; Excellent written and verbal communication skills; Ability to work independently and in a team-oriented environment; Strong computer skills – Adobe Creative Suite, Rhinoceros (or related CAD software), Keyshot (or related software), and MS Office Suite required; Knowledge of the furniture design industry including, knowledge of materials and applications of general design practices preferred.

Contact: David McLean, Vice President of Human Resources, Summer Classics, 3140 Pelham Parkway, Pelham, AL 35124, davidm@summerclassics.com, Office: (205) 358-9425, Cell: (205) 837-9119, Web: www.summerclassics.com/careers
 

ORAL ARTS DENTAL LABORATORIES

Dental/Cosmetic Artist


Opportunity: I work at Oral Arts Dental Laboratories in Huntsville, Alabama. We recently have hired some UM alumni who have turned out to be absolutely fantastic! I am reaching out to tell you about other job opportunities that we have available for other alumni or upcoming graduates.

Description: Oral Arts is a full-service manufacturer of dental prostheses. Many of our employees use artistic skills and abilities to work on the crowns, bridges, dentures, and other products that we make. Some examples of what our employees do include: Sculpting wax, Painting with acrylic, Metal finishing and casting, Tattooing designs.

We are constantly looking for artistic and creative individuals who are interested in learning a new way to apply their skill!

Contact: Elizabeth Craig, HR Generalist, Oral Arts dental Lab, Ph. 256-533-6670, Ext. 7104, www.oralartsdental.com, elizabeth.craig@oralartsdental.com

 

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN COLLEGE

Assistant Director of Accessibility Services & Resources


Description: The Assistant Director of Accessibility Services & Resources reports through the Associate Dean of Students to the Vice President of Student Development. This full-time position plays an integral role in supporting the mission of Birmingham-Southern College to provide students who qualify with documented disabilities or health conditions with resources and supports needed to ensure equal access to academic, co-curricular, and physical areas of the College. The Assistant Director of Accessibility Services & Resources works closely with the Associate Dean of Students in collaboration with other campus departments to provide a high level of service to students, faculty, and staff regarding accommodations, training, guidance for matters dealing with compliance of regulatory expectations regarding disabilities, and acts as a resource in the areas of legal issues, governmental guidance, and general best practices in serving students with disabilities. The Assistant Director provides professional and confidential leadership for the campus community and serves as a role model of professionalism, problem-solving, and responsibility at all
times.

Serve as the primary contact for the Office of Accessibility Services for students, faculty, and staff: Coordinate the academic, residential and dietary accommodations processes, including receiving and reviewing appropriate documentation as it relates to documented disabilities, health conditions, etc.  Advise and provide on-going counsel to students who qualify and use accommodations. Be aware of current and relevant best practices and implementation in regards to policies, procedures, and regulations related to accommodations and disability support services. Ensure institutional compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, Fair Housing Act, and other applicable laws. Develop and implement training for faculty, staff, and students regarding academic, residential and dietary accommodations, compliance with applicable laws, and best practices for proper
implementation; Serve as a resource for the Office of Admission and at prospective student request, provide general
information about the process to register with the Office of Accessibility. Provide support and assist in the retention of Birmingham-Southern College students, particularly those served by the Office of Accessibility. Respond to crises and other emergency situations during the day and refer to appropriate personnel after-hours where accessibility issues are involved. Provide input on budgetary matters for the Office of Accessibility Services. Collaborate with other areas within the Division of Student Development and other offices across campus as needed. Represent the College and/or institutional committees and task forces as deemed appropriate. Generate appropriate reports, surveys, and questionnaires for annual assessment and evaluation periods for the division. Develop opportunities for on-going programming and community building, educating the campus community about Accessibility Services and outreach. Coordinate new initiatives and opportunities for collaboration with faculty and staff colleagues, including the ADA Advisory Compliance Committee, Testing Services, etc. Assist current students and alumni navigating the process to obtain eligibility certification for testing accommodations for graduate and various certification tests and assessments. Responsible for all records and record keeping related to the Office of Accessibility Services, complying with FERPA regulations and other relevant laws related to receiving, maintaining, and sharing of protected student records.
 

Qualifications (Minimum): Master’s degree required.  Three or more years of experience in disability support services or administration within an educational environment. Excellent interpersonal skills;  Ability to analyze and resolve problems; Effective oral and written communication skills; Proficiency in word processing, data entry, and other computer operations; Familiarity with fundamental practices and concepts related to administration of a disability
support services department; Demonstrated ability to apply student development theory in an evolving and complex
residential setting; Knowledge of and commitment to issues of diversity, multiculturalism, social justice, civic engagement, and global citizenship.
 

Qualifications (Preferred): Strong preference for graduate in Counseling, School Psychology, Special Education, or
similar fields. Minimum of four or more years of experience in a full-time professional disability support services or similar position with administration experience; experience in higher education related offices; experience with assessment, retention, and training development.

Contact: Angela W. Smith (Angie), Coordinator of Accessibility, Birmingham-Southern College, 900 Arkadelphia Road, Birmingham, AL 35254, awsmith@bsc.edu, (205) 226-7909 (O)
 

SPARROW COUNSELING

Clinical Therapist


Opportunity: You came into this profession because you love listening to people’s stories and walking with them through their pain. You have had your fair share of pain as well and know that the service we provide as therapists is a valuable one because you have gone to therapy as well. It helped you and you know it helps others! You have a particular pull to working with families of divorce. You know deep down that if you can help the parents walk through a divorce, you can help children of divorce and THEY are your passion. You are a licensed mental health professional, ethical, and you love working with these families.

You realized that you don’t want to be a business owner because you get overwhelmed with the details of marketing, hiring, bookkeeping, business plans, and search engine optimization! Yikes! You would love to find a private practice setting where you could focus on what you do best, the therapy with clients that you love. You want to come to work every day and enjoy working with the people you work with. It is a fun, challenging, and collaborative community. You want to be part of a dynamic team that supports you, values your input, and challenges you at the same time. You love to learn and grow, so feedback doesn’t bother you because you want to be the best therapist you can be. You also love learning and increasing your knowledge about how best to help these families. Trainings and current research are something you enjoy not dread. You are not afraid to work with family law professionals. In fact, you look forward to the challenge. You want to learn how to hold boundaries well with lawyers, so you can best help these families because you know the court is not the ideal place to help families, a therapeutic setting is.

 

About: Sparrow Counseling is a practice committed to helping families stay connected as they transition from marriage to divorce. We believe in taking care of ourselves just like we take care of our clients. We are a safe place that laughs, collaborates, challenges each other, and longs for their clients to learn how to have a deep connection with their loved ones then we want to hear from you! Our service specialties include coparenting counseling, parent coordination, reunification therapy, discernment counseling, individual, family, and couples therapy.

Description: Perform clinical counseling services to clients of Sparrow Counseling, as scheduled, and in accordance with company policies. Regular and reliable attendance and timely arrival to work is required. Be properly licensed and abide by all laws, rules, regulations, and codes of ethics.  Communicate with a client’s treatment team (i.e psychiatrist, school, etc.) as necessary. Timely complete written records for each client including: intake notes, progress notes, treatment plans, termination notes, contract notes, and other forms or documents which may be needed or required from time-to-time by Sparrow Counseling or third parties in conjunction with the treatment of the patient within a timely fashion. Charge and collect payments from patients for services provided consistent with the policy and rate for such services as established by Sparrow Counseling. Attend mandatory staff meetings and training as directed by Sparrow Counseling. Conduct and regulate counseling services in a professional manner so as to maintain and increase the goodwill and reputation of Sparrow Counseling. Be respectful of and cooperative and collaborative with co-workers.

 

Qualifications: Master’s Degree in counseling with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy is preferred; and
Active, unrestricted license (Ph.D., PsyD, LMFT, LPC, JD) in the State of Alabama (must be fully licensed). A copy must be provided to Sparrow Counseling.   Available to hold at least 8-10 patient sessions per week, provided such sessions are available and referred/scheduled by Sparrow Counseling.   Liability Insurance coverage of $1M/$3M (initially then Sparrow Counseling will cover).  Other Qualification Preferences: Prior experience in a private practice setting.  Have at least one niche market for counseling services (i.e., children, teens, couples, divorce, blended families, EMDR, trauma, anxiety, grief, anger management, etc.). Have a JD or Ph.D. degree with experience working with families of divorce.

Notes: Work hours and schedule may vary depending on clients and Sparrow Counseling needs. Hours may include some nights and/or weekends. The therapist is not guaranteed a minimum number of patients or sessions per week. However, it is expected that the Therapist will be available to hold at least 8-10 patient sessions per week, provided such sessions are available and referred/scheduled by Sparrow Counseling. Patient sessions are held in the offices of Sparrow Counseling or online in a secure, confidential setting.  Benefits: Flexible schedule- with options to work Friday-Monday. Opportunity for free CEs and counselor training. Office space in our Homewood office. Administrative support with billing and scheduling, you just show up and see clients! Compensation rate of $45-55 an hour. If this sounds like you, go to this link to fill out a job application.
 

Contact: Sara Dungan Hadgraft, M.Ed., LMFT, LPC, NCC, Certified Parenting Coordinator, Divorce and Family Mediator | Sparrow Counseling, LLC | 205-538-3978 | sara@sparrowcounsel.com  |  http://sparrowcounsel.com  |  2917 Central Avenue, Suite 305, (Homewood) Birmingham, AL 35209

 

BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD

Customer Service Trainee

 

Description: Blue Cross Blue Shield is now hiring for an entry-level Customer Service Trainee position.

To Apply: Select the link to access our careers site: www.bcbsal.jobs.  Sign In to access your account or if you are not an existing user select the New User link to create one. Review the job description and select the Apply button to begin your application.

Contact: Cynthia Todd, BCBS, Birmingham, Alabama, Cynthia.Todd@bcbsal.org

 

YELLOWBRICK ROAD COUNSELING

Licensed Professional Counselor

 

Opportunity: Yellow Brick Road Counseling, LLC is seeking a full-time Licensed Professional Counselor for our Cropwell office for an established caseload. This is an independent contract position where great autonomy is given, while still being part of a team. The ideal candidate will be fully licensed and enjoys working with children and adults with a more holistic approach. RPT preferred, but not required. We are looking for someone that can work independently, while being open to feedback and support from team members. Telehealth services available. Credentialing and Billing services provided.

 

To Apply: Interested candidates can send their resume to sarah.brickell@ybrcounseling.com.

Contact: Sarah Brickell, Ed. S., NCC, RPT, LPC, Owner, Therapist, Yellow Brick Road Counseling, LLC, P.O. Box 1324, Cullman, AL 35056, Main Phone: 1 (888) 355-7080, Fax: (256) 615-8632, Follow us on FaceBook @yellowbrickroadcounseling
 

MC WANE SCIENCE CENTER

Early Childhood Education Coordinator

 

Description: McWane Science Center counts on the Early Childhood Education (ECE) Coordinator to assist with the administrative duties of the Early Childhood Education Department and to develop and present programs for our early childhood learners.  Assist and work with supervisor in the scheduling and training of ECE staff, volunteers, and interns. Assist in grant implementation and planning. Assist in development, scheduling and implementation of teacher training. Develop, revise, evaluate, and present hands-on, informal educational programs; including public and reserved programming, home school classes, camps, etc. Train teachers on inquiry based teaching methods and the process of connecting visits to McWane Science Center/Itty Bitty Magic City (IBMC) to early childhood development and classroom planning. Welcome, engage and interact with visitors in Itty Bitty Magic City with enthusiasm and in a friendly manner. Engage in facilitation within exhibit areas in IBMC with families and school groups. Assist in the daily opening and closing of IBMC. Recognize and respond to the needs of children using developmentally appropriate techniques. Cover shifts at the High Cycle, Shark and Ray Touch Tank, Slide, etc. Present information at local, regional and national trainings, seminars, workshops and conferences as assigned.  Be proactive in monitoring and restaging Itty Bitty Magic City for safety and cleanliness. Assess and purchase (with approval from supervisor) supplies. Serve as mentor to new employees for training and development.  Assist with the care of the animals in our educational animal collection, which includes feeding, cleaning, and animal handling.
 

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in early childhood education or related field or commensurate experience. Experience and enthusiasm working with children under the age of six. Friendly, outgoing and upbeat personality. Comfortable with public speaking. Knowledge of good customer service principles, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with a variety of peoples from various backgrounds and cultures. Must be a self-directed, creative problem solver with excellent follow-through. Excellent oral and written communication skills, comfortable leading presentations and role-playing in a group setting.  Ability to engage with children and adults in an enthusiastic, friendly, outgoing and professional manner. Experience in presentation of informal programs preferred.  Ability to interpret and communicate educational concepts required. Comfort in handling small animals. Must be able and willing to work weekends, evenings and holidays. Must possess a valid Alabama driver’s license and provide proof of minimum liability insurance as required by state law.

Benefits: Health, dental and life insurance; 403(b) retirement savings plan including company match; paid time off; free membership; discounts in our gift shop and camp programs; 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 Science Center, 200 19th Street North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203, 205.714.8412, mrenda@mcwane.org,  www.mcwane.org
 

UNIV OF ALABAMA POLICE DEPT

Police Officer

 

Opportunity: UAPD is beginning the process to create a list of candidates for police officer positions. The application process involves many activities and normally occurs over a three month period. Once applications are submitted and reviewed for minimum screening requirements, applicants must successfully pass the police officer recruit examination and PT assessment.

 

Description: The police officer, with moderate supervision, performs law enforcement duties and provides services that enable the University of Alabama to achieve its mission. Duties and responsibilities include responding to calls for service; performing preventive patrol; meeting with complainants/victims, completing incident/offense reports and conducting preliminary investigations; investigating vehicular/pedestrian accidents and completing required reports; testifying in court on criminal, traffic and/or civil matters; operating radio and emergency equipment in accordance with established departmental procedures; conducting security checks of facilities and grounds; directing traffic; attending in-service and specialized training; and performing any other task necessary for the University to accomplish its mission. The Police Officer will work day, evening, night shift to include weekends, and holidays as assigned which may include voluntary or mandatory overtime. Pay Grade/Pay Range: $25.25 to $27.57.

Preferred Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree from an accredited institute of higher education or 5 years of continuous work experience as a sworn law enforcement official. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Foreign language and culture skills and/or experience. Experience working in a community-oriented policing environment with an emphasis on service in a higher education environment/community.

 

Basic Qualifications: High school degree or equivalent. Successfully passing a police officer recruit exam, a physical agility and physical ability examinations, review panel and a comprehensive background check. Pass physical agility exam, psychological assessment. and drug test. United States citizen or permanent resident. Must have valid U.S. driver's license. Must be at least 21 years of age at time of hire and have an acceptable Motor Vehicle Report as determined by the insurance carrier. Must be able to perform foot patrol and work outside in all weather conditions. Must be able to work day, evening or night shift to include weekends and holidays. Must be able to work various overtime events, both voluntary and mandatory, based on the needs of the department and the university community.


Skills and Knowledge: Ability to learn and utilize computer software designed for law enforcement. Good attention to detail. Good communication skills. Good interpersonal skills. Ability to use good judgement and make effective decisions. Ability to work with a diverse population. Ability to demonstrate courage and take responsibility. Demonstrated ability to maintain professionalism when dealing with conflict. UA Core Competencies: Ethics/Integrity; Student/Customer Focused; Self-Development; Collaborating/Building Relationships; Adaptability/Flexibility
 

More Info: https://staffjobs.ua.edu/en-us/job/511667/police-officer-511667

Contact: Burtrion Davis, Univ Ala Police Dept, Tuscaloosa, AL , bdavis@uapd.ua.edu
 

DE LOACH BARBER & CASPERS CPA FIRM

Staff Accountant

 

About: DeLoach, Barber & Caspers, P.C.is a well-established, certified public accounting firm located in Pelham, Alabama. We would not be such a successful organization without great people and strong teamwork. We are firmly committed to the belief that we can only provide the outstanding services our clients expect by giving the highest attention to our people.

Description: Responsibilities of a Staff Accountant will include participation in providing year-end tax and accounting services, and participating in planning and work-paper preparation for audit services. The Staff Accountant will be involved in preparation of individual and corporate tax returns.

Requirements: BA or BS in Accounting or equivalent from an accredited university. Ideal applicants will be individuals with 1–5 years of public accounting experience with a substantial amount of time devoted to audit and tax services. 0-5 years prior Public Accounting Experience beneficial though not required. CPA or CPA candidate. Solid understanding of accounting transactions. Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and auditing standards. Knowledge of governmental auditing standards would be highly beneficial, but not required. Strong organizational, problem-solving and analytical skills. Ability to manage priorities and workflow. Versatile, flexible and willing to work within constantly changing priorities with enthusiasm. Commitment to excellence and high standards, both personally and professionally. Excellent written and verbal communication skills

Benefits: We recognize that talented people are attracted to companies that provide competitive pay, comprehensive benefits packages and outstanding advancement opportunities. For this reason we offer a Comprehensive Benefits Plan that includes the following: Retirement plan (with 3% salary paid employer contributions). Medical and dental coverage (single coverage by employer). Paid time-off & Holidays. Provided continuing education. Opportunity for advancement. Pay: $40,000.00 - $60,000.00 per year

To Apply: Send resume to wbarbercpa@dbccpas.com or can apply thru indeed.com.

Contact: Wayne Barber, CPA, DeLoach, Barber and Caspers, P.C., www.dbccpas.com, Phone: 205-822-6350, Fax: 205-822-1408, wbarbercpa@dbccpas.com

 

PROJECT HORSESHOE FARMS

Community Health Fellowship

 

About: The Community Health Fellowship is a unique "gap year" opportunity for top recent college graduates from across the country. Since 2009, more than 112 graduates have served as Fellows, and the program continues to grow. Project Horseshoe Farm is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with sites in Greensboro and Marion, Alabama and Pomona,
California. HSF offers service and support programs to improve the health and quality of life of adults and children in our partner communities

Opportunity: As a graduating senior looking for opportunities last year, I wasn’t 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.

Fall Fellowship Application Deadline: Sunday, November 15, 2020
Winter Fellowship Application Deadline: Sunday, February 21, 2021
 

Contact: Pooja Kanthawar, Community Health Fellow, Project Horseshoe Farm | pooja.kanthawar@projecthsf.org | Phone: (205) 710-6372 | Website: projecthsf.org

 


SEPTEMBER 2020

 

SHELBY COUNTY NEWSPAPERS

Digital Marketing Sales Consultant

 

About: Shelby County Newspapers, Inc., an award-winning media company in one of Alabama’s fastest-growing, most affluent counties. Based in the Birmingham metro area, Shelby County Newspapers, Inc., publishes five weekly newspapers, five lifestyle magazines in Jefferson and Shelby counties, and a variety of websites and other web-based media.

Description: As a Digital Marketing Sales Consultant, you will be responsible for selling digital marketing, print advertising and advertising solutions to local businesses within a given geographic territory. You will participate in revenue generating sales activities including prospecting, new business development, product demonstrations, and proposals to clients. Aggressively prospect, develop, and close leads using a variety of sources. Work directly with businesses to discuss and understand their needs and then develop customized solutions to drive leads to their business. Own entire sales process from prospecting to completion of the sale. Ability to utilize technology to engage clients. Meet and exceed individual monthly sales goals. Manage accounts from start to finish.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience. Digital advertising sales is preferred but not required.  A track record of exceeding sales quotas and expectations. Strong business development focus, willing to prospect and uncover new potential digital advertisers and drive to develop opportunities from prospect level through to deal close. An understanding and passion for the digital world we live in including social media and digital advertising. Individually driven to work in a highly competitive environment where success is the only option. The ability to create solutions that meet the needs of clients and help their businesses grow. Relentless persistence in a competitive marketplace. Team player with a strong work ethic. Ability to sell across different media platforms. Maintain a high level of sales activity each day. Excellent verbal and written communication skills and solid computer skills.

Notes: Compensation plan includes base weekly salary, aggressive commission and bonus plan, health/dental insurance, 401(k), paid life and disability insurance, retirement plan, and paid holidays and sick leave.

To Apply: No phone calls, faxes or walk-ins, please. Please email your resume and cover letter to careers@shelbycountyreporter.com. Qualified applicants will be contacted directly for interviews.

 

ASBURY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Digital Engagement Manager 
 

Description: To ensure consistency, collaboration, support and timely delivery of digital content and presence for Asbury United Methodist Church is of the highest value. Responsible for ensuring that digital channels are consistent with the vision and mission of Asbury United Methodist Church. This position works closely with the Director of Communications and church leadership to effectively utilize digital tools to build awareness and community. This position provides editing support of written and visual content to maintain consistency of language and branding across all Asbury digital and print platforms. Provides training and development of processes to all staff and relevant volunteers. Oversee overall digital and social media strategy (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Vimeo, etc.) Responsible for all Asbury social media channels. Includes creating content (production, filming, and editing), calendaring, and assessing effectiveness through growth. Continued education on best practices in a fluid culture of digital communication. Develop and maintain social media strategy from organizational to ministry level in conjunction with ministry leaders. Build, train, and maintain a volunteer team (photographers, videographers, writers, social
media influencers). Review and report analytics. Refresh and maintain Asbury website and mobile applications. Evaluate the fluidity and functionality of website and changes that need to be made to remain relevant with information for the organization and individual ministries. Maintain webpages and keep the website current as the forward-facing source of
information for the community and church family. Develop and maintain church mobile applications and other mobile subscriptions made available by Asbury. Review and report analytics. Collaborate with and support the Communications Team. Work closely with the Communications team to deliver high quality, creative, and
meaningful content for Asbury and individual ministries. Assist in the production, filming, and editing of high-quality media for organizational and ministry-level projects. Assist the Church Coordinator with various IT operations, including day-to-day management of staff workstations, network administration, and overseeing overall IT operations of Asbury. Assist in overseeing day to day management of building-wide IT operations, including staff workstations, network administration, and technical projects. Assist with the oversight of Community Church Builder ChMS database. Assist in oversight of management, maintenance, and purchase of all IT equipment
including computers, software, etc.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Advertising, Public Relations, Information Systems, Computer Science, or
a related field required. Expertise in digital media content development, execution, and analysis in a church
environment. Advanced knowledge of multimedia programs including ProPresentor, Final Cut Pro, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Logic Pro, etc. Knowledge and ability in video production, sound systems, video editing and reproduction, audio/video recording, and related technologies. Proficiency with Microsoft Software: Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher. Proficiency with Apple Macintosh OS and common programs and integration into a MS domain environment. Ability to troubleshoot and general repair skills related to video projectors, printers, computers,
and sound systems. Be committed to and actively communicate the vision of the church and become creatively
involved in its development, articulation, and implementation. Strong attention to detail and ability to meet critical dates and deadlines while managing multiple projects. Self-driven and able to work and produce results with minimal supervision. Attend evening and weekend events as necessary.

Contact: W. David Miller, Church Coordinator, Asbury United Methodist Church, 205.995.1700, david.miller@asburyonline.org, 6690 Cahaba Valley Road Birmingham, Alabama 35242
 

SHELBY COUNTY NEWSPAPERS

Advertising Sales Representative

Description: We are looking for dynamic, highly motivated sales person to become part of our advertising sales team. Successful candidates will thrive in a fast paced sales environment where a competitive nature, strong work ethic and excellent customer service skills are required and rewarded. This opportunity involves building relationships and selling our products to new and existing customers.

 

Qualifications: A successful Inside Sales Professional will be dependable, energetic, goal oriented, self-starter, well organized and friendly. Customer service, sales experience and passion is a must. Strong computer skills, and ability to learn new software. Excellent communication skills and a genuine love of people -Willingness to learn-Ability to work independently

 

Notes: Earning potential is excellent and unlimited. Full-Time only. Schedule is Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Compensation plan includes base weekly salary, aggressive commission and bonus plan, health/dental insurance, 401(k), paid life and disability insurance, retirement plan, and paid holidays and sick leave.

To Apopkly: Applicants should email a résumé to careers@shelbycountyreporter.com. No phone calls, faxes or walk-ins, please. Qualified applicants will be contacted directly for interviews.

SHELBY COUNTY NEWSPAPERS

Graphic Designer

About: Shelby County Newspapers Inc., an award-winning media company experiencing dramatic growth, publishes five weekly hyperlocal community newspapers, five lifestyle magazines, several niche products and digital media.

 

Description: Shelby County Newspapers Inc. has an immediate need for a highly motivated, creative graphic designer. Must be proficient in all Creative Suite products, especially InDesign and Photoshop.

Qualifications; The ideal candidate would have experience in newspaper and/or magazine design and understand the demands of a fast-paced newsroom environment. Qualified applicants should be goal-oriented, team players, well organized and trainable.

Notes: Compensation plan includes base weekly salary, health/dental insurance, 401(k), paid life and disability insurance, retirement plan, paid holidays and paid sick leave.

To apply: please email a resume, cover letter, earnings expectations and references using as the subject line “Graphic Designer” to: careers@shelbycountyreporter.com. No phone calls, faxes or walk-ins, please. Qualified applicants will be contacted directly for interviews.

SHELBY COUNTY NEWSPAPERS

Administrative Support Specialist

Description: Shelby County Newspapers, Inc. has an immediate need for an Administrative Assistant.


Qualifications: Qualified applicants should be goal-oriented, team players, highly organized and trainable. Candidate must have ability to communicate effectively, both oral and written, prioritize daily tasks, coordinate and schedule multiple assignments, interact with the public, demonstrate excellent phone presentation and respond to advertising inquires. The selected candidate exercises a high degree of independence, initiative, professional expertise, and sound judgment; the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates and the general public; must be highly accurate and proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel, with a minimum of 65 WPM typing skills.

To Apply; Applicants should email a résumé to careers@shelbycountyreporter.com. No phone calls, faxes or walk-ins, please. Qualified applicants will be contacted directly for interviews.