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APRIL 2024

SOAR COUNSELING & CONSULTING
Independent Contractor


WE ARE HIRING ~Soar Counseling & Consulting LLC

Company Description: Soar Counseling & Consulting is seeking a mental health provider interested in joining us as an independent contractor. Soar is committed to providing quality counseling to adults, couples, and families. Soar is a private practice located in Cullman, Al providing in office & tele-health services.

Role Description: This is a 1099 contract position for a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker (LICSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) or Licensed Psychologist. The role is located in Cullman, AL, with flexibility for some remote work. This position is 20-40 hours per week with flexibility & autonomy. This position would include counseling with adults and possibly children if this is an area of interest &/or expertise. Administrative support in the form of initial scheduling of clients, insurance verification, billing, & insurance filing. Referrals are provided however contractor is expected to self-market also. The pay range for this position is dependent upon the contractors desired caseload, experience & expertise.

Annual Income range 90,000.-$190,000.

All interested applicants should forward resume to: Admin@soarcounselingandconsultingllc.com

Contact: Sarah Daily, LPCS, NCC (256) 615-2324

ALETHIA HOUSE
Residential and Outpatient Therapists


Positions for therapist in Opelika with Aletheia House. There are positions for Residential and Outpatient.

Position Summary: The therapist is responsible for providing individualized, comprehensive counseling and treatment services for individuals who have been diagnosed with a substance use disorder or a co-occurring disorder. Area served is Lee County.

Primary Responsibilities:
-To provide individual, group and family counseling to adult men and/or women, including women who may be pregnant or post-partum, and/or adolescents who are receiving treatment for a substance use disorder or a co-occurring disorder.
-Conduct psycho-social assessments as needed; also conduct psycho-educational classes with clients and their families according to the approved curriculum.
-Crisis and family intervention and involvement.
-To serve as a liaison between the client and other service providers as needed.
-To document all services in a timely complete and clinically appropriate manner.
-Attend staff meetings and in-service trainings as directed.
-Perform other duties as assigned by the treatment coordinator.

Qualifications:
-Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in Behavioral Health, Counseling, or Social Work with a clinical practicum required
-At least two years’ experience providing substance abuse treatment and/or prevention services preferred
-Ability to be eligible to perform Medicaid approved activities and be certified at a QSAP I level
-Licensure and/certification as required by the Alabama Department of Mental Health (AADC/ADC, LPC, LICSW, LMFT, LMSW) preferred, or the ability to achieve licensure/certification within 30 months

Benefits: Benefits are excellent including health insurance with dental, retirement, paid vacations and paid sick leave.

To Apply: Individuals who are interested should apply via Indeed link Aletheia House Jobs and Careers | Indeed.com or fax cover letter and resume to 205-203-4843. Please insert in the subject line (TH-0615).

Contact: Elizabeth Ivie, Treatment Coordinator

WVTM-TV
Traffic Sales Assistant


WVTM-TV, the NBC affiliate in Birmingham, AL has a position open for a Traffic Sales Assistant to provide general support to the Sales department of our station. You will provide administrative assistant to perform traffic and general responsibilities, including data entry of commercial traffic material. You will report to General Sales Manager.

Responsibilities:
Data entry of commercial traffic instructions
Collect and apply commercial material
Liaison to a central traffic facility
Submit last-minute orders/revisions and log changes
Coordinate locally received commercial material
Distribute the final daily log
Help with local station order/ make good input and reporting needs
 

Requirements:
Must have computer and software experience
Proficient in Microsoft Excel (can maintain complex spreadsheets)
Can deal with the stresses and pressures of time-sensitive projects associated with advertising sales
Keen on learning new systems promptly and thoroughly
Must be focused and organized
Previous commercial television experience preferred
Must take pride in work, respond to instruction well and perform at a high-level
Related military experience will be considered
Diversity Statement

Benefits: Hearst's benefit programs are modern, flexible and designed to focus on you. As a Hearst employee, you and your spouse or partner or dependents would have access to the following benefits.
Medical | Dental | Vision
401(k) matching
Emotional Wellness Support
Paid Time Off
Paid Parental Leave
LGBTQ+ Health Services
Additional benefits to meet your and your family's needs

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

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

T-MOBILE

Mobile Expert/Sales Rep

Are you ready to embark on an exciting adventure in the world of T-Mobile?

We’re on the lookout for Mobile Experts who are energetic, and fun individuals to join Mobile Expert Store-in-Store Team at a National Retailer Location near you and make selling T-Mobile products an unforgettable experience!

What You’ll Do:
▪ Showcase the latest and greatest in phone technology with flair.
▪ Engage customers with your infectious enthusiasm and product knowledge.
▪ Turn every sale into a memorable, fun-filled experience.
 

Perks & Benefits:
▪ Fantastic commission opportunities.
▪ A vibrant, dynamic work environment.
▪ Flexible Schedule
▪ Tuition Reimbursement
 

Qualifications:
▪ Retail Sales Competitive drive and confidence to succeed in a fast-paced sales
environment
▪ A passion for technology and sales.
▪ Willingness to learn and adapt.
▪ Bilingual a plus

T-MOBILE.COM
REQ272539 | Hoover, AL
Maurice.Mercer6@T-Mobile.com

Maurice Mercer, Retail Manager, Store In Store
4B01 Hoover (Sam's Club), 3053 John Hawkins Parkway Hoover, AL
Mobile 205.937.3092
Maurice.Mercer6@T-Mobile.com

BURTON CAMPERS
Marketing Dept


Burton Campers, Inc. in Calera, AL, is looking for an employee in our marketing department. This job would be open for those graduating as a full time position or potentially as a part time position for a senior.

Contact: Laurie Burton Garner, Financial Officer, Burton Campers, Inc., (205) 668-0075,  lgarner@burtoncampers.com

ELLIS COUNSELING
Counselor


Ellis Counseling, an established private practice in Prattville Alabama, is expanding. We are hiring two LPCs at Ellis Counseling

Counselors will be contract workers with 70% of revenue generated up to 100 clients per month and 80% of all sessions over 100.
Counselors will pay no overhead expenses and option to get: BlueCross health Insurance retirement options, $200 per month will be allotted to elected insurance by the practice, and the counselor will be responsible for the remainder.
The ideal candidates have a strong theoretical foundation and experience working with children or couples counseling. We prefer counselors willing to work with all types of clients.


LPC’s must be eligible to bill insurance, Blue Cross Blue Shield, VIVA, Tricare. All counselors can create their own schedule as long as they see at least 80 clients per month.

Please email Resume’s to James@elliscounseling.net.

NEW LEAF COUNSELING SERVICES
Counselor


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 (LICSW) to join this growing practice. Applicants will be hired to work as an independent contractor 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. Resumes can be emailed to alicia@newleaftnvalley.com

EMPIRE PIPE & SUPPLY
Accountant

My name is Hootie Blount, and I am the controller at Empire Pipe and Supply Company. Established in 1972, we are a pipe distributor headquartered in Birmingham. We are looking to hire a college graduate for a position in accounting (job description attached). Do you all have a way for employers to post job openings? Any other recommendations on ways to connect with students. I have included a link to our website below. Let me know if you have any questions!

https://link.edgepilot.com/s/29c991d5/jhmPlisZEUaPDMtPdf4wLA?u=https://empirepipe.com/

MONTROSE ENVIRONMENTAL
Safety Specialist


Are you passionate about joining an inclusive work environment, committed to leading new ideas and pathways, and delivering value? If the answer is, “Yes!”, then we have an exciting opportunity for you.

Who are we? We are Montrose Environmental Group, a global environmental services provider offering environmental planning and permitting, measurement and analytical services, and environmental resiliency and sustainability solutions. Our qualified engineers, scientists, technicians, associates, and policy experts are proud of our collective expertise and the collaborative nature of our approach to helping clients. We strive to optimize environmental resiliency in a way that effectively complements our clients’ decision-making and operations and efficiently fulfills their project requirements.  We have over 80 offices across the United States, Canada, Europe, and Australia and are approaching 3000 employees – all ready to provide solutions for environmental needs.

WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU
Our Mission is: To help protect the air we breathe, the water we drink, the soil that feeds us, and is supported by our Principles: We Value Our People, We Value Our Community, We Value Our Clients, We Value Our Shareholders.

We care for the well-being of our people and offer:
Mentorship and professional development resources to advance your career
Direct exposure to our industry’s leading experts who are solving the world’s toughest environmental challenges
An entrepreneurial environment where you can learn, thrive and collaborate with talented colleagues
Opportunities to engage and contribute in our Diversity, Fairness and Inclusion and Women Empowering Leadership employee resource groups
Competitive compensation package: annual salary ranging from $60,000 – 80,000, commensurate with accomplishments, performance, credentials and geography
Competitive medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage
401k with a competitive 4% employer match
Progressive vacation policies, company holidays and paid parental leave benefits to ensure work/life balance
A financial assistance program that supports peers in need, known as the Montrose Foundation
Access to a student loan planning tool to optimize your student loan payoff plans and compare student loan rates with lenders.
 

A DAY IN THE LIFE
As a Safety Specialist for Montrose Air Quality Services (MAQS) Stack Division, you will report to the Safety Director. The Safety Specialist will support the health and safety team and the day-to-day safety performance for the U.S. MAQS Stack Division. The duties below are anticipated but may change based on the candidate’s skillset and knowledge base. In general, we share duties and projects based on need, so flexibility is vital to the success of the role:

Job Duties:
Build interpersonal relationships with the Safety Director and MAQS Operations Management to achieve a high level of safety performance across the area of responsibility
Drive standardization of HSE practices through the teams to achieve continuous improvement in HSE performance
Provide HSE support to customer locations that include major refineries, chemical plants, power plants, and other testing facilities
Work with line management to proactively ensure compliance with government regulations, customer, and company requirements
Perform written program audits, track action items to closure, and assist local offices in completing necessary tasks
Inspect workplace environments, activities, and conditions to verify compliance with local, state and OSHA requirements
Measure and report on KPIs and utilize HSE systems to foster improved HSE performance improvement
Assist with and/or Investigate and document incidents with local teams, and develop meaningful corrective actions
Develop periodic written communications, such as ”Safety Flashes” and “Safety Toolbox Talks” to reinforce relevant topics
Identify problems related to safety/compliance, and present and implement solutions
Prepare periodic safety posters, safety meeting materials, newsletters, etc., to share with local offices
Develop and deliver training modules for HSE tasks
Complete assigned projects and tasks in a timely manner
Assist with the Driver Safety Dashboards, driver list, asset lists, and training to support Montrose’s Driver Safety Program, including periodic audits and follow-up.


Your Expertise and Skills
Degree in Safety or Environmental or related field (required)
1-5 years of relevant safety work experience (required)
General knowledge of Federal and State OSHA requirements
Experience in Stack Testing a plus
Prior Health or Industrial Hygiene experience a plus
Self-motivated and able to prioritize tasks with competing priorities, is required
Knowledge and experience with, but not limited to, hands-on training is a plus
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite and other related business applications/software is required
OSHA 30-hour training a plus
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Ability to work independently and in a team environment
Must have a valid driver’s license and a clean driving record
Physical Requirements

Ability to climb ladders and stairs and navigate industrial facilities.
Ability to work from heights and wear a respirator.
Ability to walk on uneven surfaces when at other facilities or project locations
Ability to travel up to 50% of the time, both domestically and internationally.
Ability to work at a desk and/or computer for extended hours
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of employees so classified. If you are an individual with a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the application process, or are limited in the ability or unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, you may contact 949-988-3500 or careers@montrose-env.com for assistance.

MAKE THE MOVE TO ACCELERATE YOUR CAREER
We are going to be blunt – the way we work may not suit everyone. We are a fast-paced, dynamic, and high-growth company. You are your own boss, but you will get tons of guidance and plenty of support from talented, super-smart colleagues and its service providers. Therefore, if freedom, autonomy, and head-scratching professional challenges attract you, we could be the perfect match.

Want to know more about us? Visit montrose-env.com and have fun!

To Apply:
https://montrose.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/MEG/job/USA-IL-Elk-Grove-Village/Safety-Specialist_R4577

PERITUS PUBLIC RELATIONS
Sports Communication Assistant


We are reaching out about an internship opportunity for any rising seniors and/or upcoming graduates that may be interested in gaining sports communications experience.

Headquartered in Birmingham, PERITUS public relations is searching for a skilled Sports Communications Assistant to help support our youth sports client with a national presence and partnerships with numerous professional sports leagues.

 

PERITUS public relations is a Birmingham-based communications firm partnering with businesses and advocating for issues to accelerate impact when the stakes are high. As a woman-owned business, top PR agency in the state and champion for local communities, we provide layered communications solutions at the intersection of brands and issues. Each person on our team brings a unique perspective to create a comprehensive, full-service dynamic for our clients. Peritus specializes in strategic consulting and trainings, media relations, crisis communications, issue advocacy, stakeholder engagement, and government affairs.  We invite you to learn more about our dedicated team, culture, capabilities and case studies here.   

This role will provide incredible hands-on experience with daily client responsibilities and serve as a good intro to agency life, with a sports focus. Please find more details below my signature and let us know if you have any questions. 


Sports Communications Assistant Opportunity  : Our challenging, sports-focused assistantship program gives recent grads or students a head start on the competition by ensuring they leave here with focused, vision-aligned career goals and robust sports industry experience through mentorship, tangible resume results and client collaboration experience.

Contact: Casey Stark, MBA senior communications specialist, PERITUS public relations, 205.936.8216, casey@perituspr.com

More info: https://www.perituspr.com/

WBMA-TV
Promotions Producer


WBMA/WJSU/WCFT is a trusted brand providing the market with local news, weather, sports, entertainment and social media content. We help grow the most talented people in television. You have the opportunity to work with a team filled with spirit, passion and imagination. We are currently seeking a full time Promotions Producer! This position reports to the Creative Services Manager.

Are you a storytelling virtuoso with a flair for the dramatic and a passion for crafting visual masterpieces? WBMA is on the hunt for a Creative Content Creator who can transform ordinary narratives into extraordinary visual experiences. If you're someone who dreams in frames and sequences and has a burning desire to make art, not ads, we want you on our team!

What You'll Do:
Write, Produce, and Edit: From conceptualization to the final cut, you'll be the maestro of both long and short format video projects. Your canvas? Anything from heartfelt stories that touch the soul to dynamic pieces that captivate and engage.
Post-Production Wizardry: With Adobe Creative Cloud as your wand and After Effects as your spell of choice, you'll weave magic into every frame, crafting content that's not just seen but felt.
Innovate and Experiment: Push the boundaries of conventional storytelling. We're looking for someone who sees beyond the horizon, someone who finds the art in the story and brings it to life in ways that surprise and delight.
Collaborate and Inspire: Work alongside a team of passionate creatives who are as dedicated to making a difference as you are. Your vision and expertise will not only shape our content but inspire those around you to explore their own creativity.

Who You Are:
A creative powerhouse with extensive experience in video production, from writing and shooting to editing and post-production.
Proficient in Adobe Creative Cloud, with a deep understanding of After Effects. Your portfolio demonstrates your skill in creating compelling visual stories that resonate.
A visionary who sees the world differently and has a portfolio that reflects a wide range of styles and techniques. You're not interested in making ads; you want to make art.
A self-starter who thrives in a collaborative environment, loves a challenge, and is constantly looking for ways to improve and innovate.
Passionate about storytelling and possess a unique ability to connect with audiences on an emotional level.

What We Offer:
A platform to showcase your creativity and impact viewers
The opportunity to work with a team of talented professionals who are as passionate about making a difference as you are.
A supportive environment that values innovation, creativity, and individuality.
Competitive salary and benefits package, commensurate with experience.
Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace!

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/12244

STRONGER TOGETHER
Therapist/Counselor


Stronger Together Relationship Counseling is a private mental health practice located in Huntsville, AL offering hybrid, in person and Telehealth counseling services. The practice is committed to provide quality counseling services to adult individuals, couples and families with a strong relational approach.

Stronger Together Relationship Counseling is seeking a mental health counselor for a part-time position with opportunity to build to a full time position.

Counselor(s) will be responsible for providing individualized, comprehensive counseling and treatment services for adult individuals, couples and families.

Candidates are able to function independently, have initiative while also able to work as part of a team. Desire to learn how to build and grow as a private practitioner. Willing to identify the population you must desire to serve and seek additional training to support competencies in serving such a population.

Position Requirements:
Licensed, LPC, LMFT, LCSW
Ability to successfully counsel clients for improved mental and behavioral health.
Efficient timely documentation in the Electronic Health Record.
Good Verbal and Written Communication
Ability to organize and prioritize workload and meeting deadlines.
Candidates must have multicultural sensitive and strong ethical practices.
Ability to interact effectively and professionally with persons from diverse cultural, socioeconomic, education, racial, ethnic and professional backgrounds.
Work as an effective team member; function independently, exercise sound judgment and initiative.
Must have a reliable computer and transportation.
Bilingual English and Spanish is a plus, but not necessary.
Training on Gottman Couples Therapy Method, as well as other couples therapy approaches will be highly considered but not necessary.
Training on EMDR, as well as other research evidence trauma approaches will be highly considered but not necessary.
Must pass a criminal background check

Position Responsibilities:
Provides effective clinical assessment of the client(s).
Utilization of assessment data to support a DSM 5 diagnosis and appropriate treatment planning
Adheres to professional code of ethics, providing professional counseling according to established ethical standards of care.
Willingness to explore and seek additional training to improve and strengthen skills as a provider in order to support the needs of clients served.
Excellent customer service and support skills.
Efficient documentation in the Electronic Medical Records. Documents appropriate, complete, and clinically comprehensive mental health assessments.
Ability to organize and prioritize workload and meeting deadlines
Work as an effective team member; function independently, exercise sound judgment and initiative.

All interested applicants should forward a cover letter and resume to:
Maria P. Mercado, LPC, NCC, Certified Gottman Therapist, Certified EMDR Therapist

Info@strongertogetherrelationships.com
Website: https://www.strongertogetherrelationships.com

THE BRIDGE
Therapists (Qualified Substance Abuse Professional)


The Bridge Job Openings – Mobile, Tuscaloosa and Gadsden

Would you enjoy a career as a full-time therapist for adolescents? We are hiring therapists who will provide substance use/co-occurring and early intervention services.

The Bridge offers excellent training, a great support system, and benefits, including mileage reimbursement and a cell phone stipend. We also offer supplemental pay for substance use certification and for licensed ALC, LMFT, LPC, LMSW, LICSW, and LBSW.

Job Requirements:
Master’s degree in a clinical area (i.e., psychology, social work, counseling, marriage, and family) OR other behavioral health areas with required coursework equivalent to that of a degree in an area listed above.
Practicum/internship from an accredited institution recognized by the U.S. Dept. of Education OR six (6) months post master’s clinical experience.
Current driver's license, acceptable driving record, and access to reliable transportation
Basic computer skills such as entering clinical documentation in an EMR, using e-mails for effective communication, and an efficient use of Microsoft suite.
 

Job Responsibilities / Essential Functions
Complete assessments
Develop treatment plans
Provide clinical services in individual, group, and family therapy
Provide case management services
Complete documentation in an electronic health record

Resumes may be submitted to awinkles@bridgeinc.org, or completed on Indeed.
Please include which area you are interested in: Gadsden, Mobile, or Tuscaloosa.
For more information about The Bridge and open positions, please go to www.bridgeinc.org/employment/.
 


MARCH 2024

 

REGIONS BANK / JEMISON
Relationship Banker II


Job Description: At Regions, the Relationship Banker II is responsible for meeting with customers and prospects both in person and on the phone to determine their financial needs, and meeting those needs by proactively offering appropriate products, services, and guidance to achieve their financial goals. This role offers an exciting opportunity for candidates with retail or sales experience that are interested in beginning a career with opportunities for growth, development, and upward mobility.

Regions' mission is to make life better for our customers and communities, and we are looking for candidates committed to helping customers reach their financial goals by understanding and meeting customer needs. The successful candidate should be individually driven and competitive, as well as motivated to work as a team to achieve a common goal. This requires a candidate who excels at identifying customer needs and possesses strong communication skills.

Primary Responsibilities:
Achieves branch targets and goals by identifying customer needs and providing appropriate guidance and perspective about Regions’ solutions
Conducts outbound phone calls using generated customer and prospect lead lists to expand existing customer relationships and acquire new ones
Educates and advises customers on Regions’ Consumer and Business products and services, including all loan and deposit types
Educates customers on emerging technology and digital solutions such as mobile, online, and ATM offerings, all designed to make banking easier
Provides a consistent optimal customer experience, which may consist of sharing responsibility for greeting customers and processing transactions to ensure customers bank when, where, and how they choose
Owns and resolves customer issues
Refers customers to an internal team of experts when complex financial goals and needs are recognized
Follows all bank processes and procedures and adheres to applicable laws and regulations, including completing duties delegated and assigned by the Branch Manager; as a member of the branch team, ensures sound banking practices, including managing, identifying and reporting operational risks
This position requires the tracking of time for hours worked in excess of 40 per week and is eligible for overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
This position is incentive eligible.

This position requires registration with the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System and Registry (NMLS). Please refer to https://fedregistry.nationwidelicensingsystem.org for more information.

Requirements:

Bachelor’s degree
Life Insurance License
One (1) year of cash-handling, banking, and/or customer service experience
Ability to adhere to policies, procedures, and guidelines
Ability to assist customers with digital banking offerings
Ability to handle multiple priorities simultaneously
Ability to oversee large sums of cash
Excellent relationship-building skills
Strong communication and customer focus
Ability to work Saturdays as needed
Ability to handle cash and process cash transactions
Ability to communicate in person, on the phone, and through electronic channels
Ability to use a computer on a frequent basis, including typing and sustained attention to a monitor


Compensation Details
Pay ranges are job specific and are provided as a point-of-market reference for compensation decisions. Other factors which directly impact pay for individual associates include: experience, skills, knowledge, contribution, job location and, most importantly, performance in the job role. As these factors vary by individuals, pay will also vary among individual associates within the same job.
 

Minimum:
$41,610.00 USD
Median:
$51,460.00 USD
Incentive Pay Plans:
This role is eligible to participate in a commission incentive plan. Employees have the potential to earn commission based on performance against defined metrics and goals.This role is eligible to participate in a formulaic incentive plan. Employees have the potential to earn incentives based on performance against defined metrics and goals.
Benefits Information

Regions offers a benefits package that is flexible, comprehensive and recognizes that "one size does not fit all" for benefits-eligible associates. Listed below is a synopsis of the benefits offered by Regions for informational purposes, which is not intended to be a complete summary of plan terms and conditions.

Paid Vacation/Sick Time
401K with Company Match
Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits
Disability Benefits
Health Savings Account
Flexible Spending Account
Life Insurance
Parental Leave
Employee Assistance Program
Associate Volunteer Program
Please note, benefits and plans may be changed, amended, or terminated with respect to all or any class of associate at any time. To learn more about Regions’ benefits, please click or copy the link below to your browser.

https://www.regions.com/welcometour/benefits.rf

To Apply: https://careers.regions.com/us/en/job/R80541/Relationship-Banker-II-Jemison-Branch

Contact: Rex D. Bittle | Branch Manager, AVP
Regions Bank | Jemison Branch
24651 US Highway 31, Jemison, AL 35085
P. (205) 990-5200 F. (205) 990-5242

 

McWANE SCIENCE CENTER
Individual Giving Officer


Come join our fundraising team! The full-time Individual Giving Officer will work with the Vice President of
Development to create a comprehensive strategy aimed at increasing individual giving, while strengthening existing
donor relationships. The ideal candidate will be a seasoned fundraiser who is comfortable working with individual
donors, has a strong track record of revenue growth year over year, and is able to cultivate and close gifts of all sizes.
This role is responsible for prospecting, cultivating, and stewarding relationships with potential and existing supporters.
This role collaborates with the Director of Marketing and the Development team and is a strong partner to other teams
and senior leadership working to identify prospects, cultivate relationships, secure support, and determine stewardship
and recognition plans.


McWane Science Center is a non-profit organization featuring 4 floors of hands-on exhibits and programming, an IMAX
Dome with Laser theater and outreach programs to schools throughout the state of Alabama.

Accountabilities and Major Duties
1. Collaborates with the Vice President of Development to develop and implement a comprehensive year-round
plan to achieve revenue goals including, but not limited to, annual giving, creative campaigns, capital gifts and
planned giving opportunities.
2. Identifies, solicits, stewards, renews, and upgrades individual, family and family foundation donors at all levels
including $5,000, $25,000 and above.
3. Supports the Board Development Committee in its annual Board Giving Campaign.
4. Identifies, recruits, orients and stewards new volunteer committee to re-establish annual special event.
5. Develops and prepares collateral materials and creates donor prospect packets and proposals.
6. Keeps updated records in Raiser’s Edge donor database.
7. Conducts exploratory meetings and uses wealth management software systems to generate new relationships.
8. Plans and implements donor appreciation and cultivation events and activities.
9. Collaborates with Development department staff including coaching and mentoring Development team
members in best practices for donor cultivation, planned giving and succession planning for current and new
donors.
10. Partners with the Development team to create benchmarks and metrics to meet and exceed revenue goals as
outlined in the yearly budget, tracking progress towards goals and making adjustments as needed to ensure
successful achievement of revenue targets.

Minimum Qualifications
 Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree or CFRE preferred.
 5 years of proven fundraising experience.
 Experience with Raiser’s Edge or other fundraising software required.
 Demonstrated experience creating innovative outreach campaigns and closing gifts.
 Excellent verbal and written communication skills and strong organizational skills.
 Self-motivated, needing minimal supervision with outstanding work and personal ethics.
 On-site position with some weekends or nights required.
 Must possess a valid Alabama driver's license subject to an acceptable annual Motor Vehicle Reports.
 Proof of minimum liability insurance as required by State law.

Benefits include health, dental, vision and life insurance; 403(b) retirement savings plan including company
match; paid time off; free membership and movie screenings; discounts in our gift shop, camp program, IMAX
theater and food service; and on-site parking.
We look forward to hearing from you! Please forward letter of interest, resume & salary requirements to McWane
Science Center Human Resources at HR@mcwane.org. EOE

Contact: Melissa Renda
Human Resources Administrator
(205) 714-8412

ELLIS COUNSELING
Counselor


Ellis Counseling, an established private practice in Prattville Alabama, is expanding. We are hiring two LPCs at Ellis Counseling
· Counselors will be contract workers with 70% of revenue generated up to 100 clients per month and 80% of all sessions over 100.
· Counselors will pay no overhead expenses and option to get: BlueCross health Insurance retirement options, $200 per month will be allotted to elected insurance by the practice, and the counselor will be responsible for the remainder.
· The ideal candidates have a strong theoretical foundation and experience working with children or couples counseling. We prefer counselors willing to work with all types of clients.
· LPC’s must be eligible to bill insurance, Blue Cross Blue Shield, VIVA, Tricare. All counselors can create their own schedule as long as they see at least 80 clients per month.
Please email Resume’s to James@elliscounseling.net.

Contact: James Thomas, owner of Ellis Counseling
Jthomas.frc@gmail.com

 

EMPIRE PIPE & SUPPLY
Accountant


Opportunity: Established in 1972, we are a pipe distributor headquartered in Birmingham. We are looking to hire a college graduate for a position in accounting.

Description: https://empirepipe.com/

Contact: Hootie Blount, 205-616-1657

WVTM TV
Multimedia Journalist


WVTM, the NBC affiliate in Birmingham, AL, is looking for a Multimedia Journalist who can identify important story ideas, shoot and edit video news packages and present in a compelling manor. The Multimedia Journalist is motivated, loves telling stories and is prepared to deliver them LIVE. You will report to the Assistant News Director.

Responsibilities: Gather information for stories and live reports for newscasts that could include mornings, nights, weekends, and holidays
Coverage of breaking news, weather and sports
Put together high-quality packages
Collaborate with reporters on packages, special reports and documentaries
Develop sources, create story ideas, and produce content on-air, online, and all digital platforms
Shoot live shots and live interviews, and track news stories

Requirements: Professional or schooling experience in television news reporting, photography and editing
Creative writer and editor
Must deliver with authenticity to connect with viewers
Can provide samples of reporting and photography
Experience developing local contacts
Experience shooting and editing high-quality video
Can deal with the stresses and pressures of time-sensitive newscast production

Benefits: Hearst's benefit programs are modern, flexible and designed to focus on you. As a Hearst employee, you and your spouse or partner or dependents would have access to the following benefits.

Medical | Dental | Vision
401(k) matching
Emotional Wellness Support
Paid Time Off
Paid Parental Leave
LGBTQ+ Health Services
Additional benefits to meet your and your family's needs

Contact: Please visit careers.htv.hearst.com to apply. EOE

WALMART / HOOVER
Merchandising Lead


Description: Provides member service by acknowledging the member and identifying member needs; providing guidance and support to members regarding self-service
technology; assisting members with purchasing decisions; locating merchandise; resolving member issues and concerns; and promoting the
company's products and services.
Assists management with the supervision of associates in assigned area of responsibility by assigning duties to associates; communicating goals and
feedback; training associates on processes and procedures; providing direction and guidance to associates on member service approaches and
techniques to ensure member complaints and issues are resolved according to company guidelines; ensuring compliance with company policies and
procedures; supporting the Open Door Policy; and participating in recruiting, hiring, scheduling, promoting, coaching, and evaluating associates.
Receives and stocks supplies and merchandise from distribution centers and vendors throughout the facility and organizes and maintains the sales
floor by utilizing equipment, merchandising, and completing paperwork, logs, and other required documentation according to company policies and
procedures.
Maintains safety of facility according to company policies and procedures by conducting safety sweeps; following procedures for forklift spotting and
handling and disposing of hazardous materials; following company steel standard guidelines; and correcting and reporting unsafe situations to
management.
Ensures maintenance of the sales floor and merchandise presentation in accordance with company policies and procedures by properly handling
claims and returns; zoning the area; stocking, arranging and organizing merchandise; setting up, cleaning, and organizing product displays; removing
damaged goods; signing and pricing merchandise according to company policies and procedures; identifying shrink and damages; and securing
fragile and high-shrink merchandise.
Monitors food and merchandise quality by ensuring product rotation, code dating, product recalls, and sanitation standards are followed according to
company policies and procedures; merchandising area categories; and stocking, zoning, and cleaning all departments.
Oversees the picking and staging of club pick up orders throughout the day; and ensuring products are selected and staged according to company
policy and procedures.
Develops, communicates, and implements processes and practices to meet business needs by collaborating with managers, co-workers, customers,
and other business partners; analyzing and applying information from multiple sources; monitoring progress and results; and identifying and
addressing improvement opportunities.
Demonstrates, promotes, and supports compliance with company policies, procedures, and standards of ethics and integrity by explaining, guiding,
and demonstrating how to apply these in executing business processes and practices; implementing related action plans; using the Open Door Policy;
and assisting management with correcting ethical and compliance issues and problems.
Leads and participates in teams by using and sharing resources, information, and tools; determining customer needs and business priorities;
coordinating and executing work assignments; providing advice, feedback, and support to ensure timelines and work quality are achieved; and
modeling and helping others with how to adapt to change or new challenges.

Qualifications:
Training in retail, merchandising, sales, management
Leading a team, Supervising experience to include hiring, evaluating, mentoring, developing, and managing the workload of others

To Apply: https://careers.walmart.com/us/jobs/WD1803232-usa-merchandising-lead

Contact: Walmart, 3053 JOHN HAWKINS PKWY, HOOVER, AL 35244-1028, United States of America

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH ALABAMA
Counseling Professor


Tenure-Track, Assistant/Associate Professor; Clinical Mental Health Counseling

Description: The University of North Alabama invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant/Associate Professor in the Department of Counselor Education to teach Master’s level core counseling courses in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling Programs. Appointment begin date is Fall of 2024. Courses are offered weekdays during the late afternoon and in the evening, primarily in a traditional format, and summer teaching is typically available. Potential courses may include Crisis Intervention in Counseling, Contemporary Practices in CMHC, Group Counseling, Social and Cultural Diversity, Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in Counseling, Research Methods & Program Evaluation in Counseling, Internship, and Practicum. Application review will begin on February 19, 2024 and continue until the position has been filled.

Essential Job Duties: Responsibilities include teaching master’s level core counseling courses and providing advising to selected students. Additional responsibilities include: Supervise, advise, mentor, and recruit students; participate in the enhancement of university and community relationships; assist with curriculum development and accreditation planning; engage in scholarly activities; and serve on departmental, college, and university committees.

Knowledge, skills, and abilities include: A commitment to the teaching and mentoring of students; potential for excellence in instruction; evidence of potential for achievement in scholarly activities; a record of participation in professional organizations; and a commitment to addressing the counseling needs of diverse populations.

Minimum Qualifications: An earned doctorate in Counselor Education (preferably from a CACREP-accredited institution) is required; Experience in the area of clinical mental health counseling is required; current licensure in, or the eligibility to be licensed as, a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Alabama is preferred; Licensure as a supervisory counselor (LPC-S) or equivalent is preferred; National Certified Counselor designation is preferred; Professional identity as a Clinical Mental Health Counselor required; College/university teaching experience is preferred; Experience in curriculum development, accreditation, and/or program planning is preferred.

Special Instructions to Applicants: Please be prepared to upload a cover letter and resume/CV at the time of application, as well as provide contact information for at least three professional references. In addition, this position requires submission of a one-page diversity statement, the details of which may be found here - https://www.una.edu/humanresources/files/employment/deistatements.pdf (Download PDF reader).

Link to Job Description: https://www.schooljobs.com/careers/una/jobs/newprint/4357827

APPLESEED
Case Manager – Birmingham Re-entry Alliance

The Birmingham Re-entry Alliance is an innovative, collaborative reentry support and case management system for individuals returning to Birmingham following incarceration in state prison. Our network will combine the necessary services for some of Alabama’s most marginalized people – indigent, formerly incarcerated people with felony records – to thrive following incarceration.

More info: https://alabamaappleseed.org/news/now-hiring-for-a-case-manager-birmingham-re-entry-alliance/

WARRIOR WELLNESS GROUP
Therapist


Warrior Wellness Group, LLC, located in Alabaster, Alabama, is currently seeking applicants for the position Therapist- LPC or LICSW (Salaried with Benefits) with a licensure of Licensed Professional Counselor or LICSW-PIP to begin working within the next few months, depending on credentialing.

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. Therapist will be starting with an already established caseload. Looking for a full time applicant. Great benefit package!

The utilization of therapeutic techniques such as play therapy or art therapy is a plus.

Requirements: A Masters degree in counseling with corresponding licenses and certifications.  RPT or EMDR a plus!

Benefits:
Annual salary based on experience
50% health insurance paid by company.
Paid vacations
Paid holidays
Sick leave
General liability and professional liability provided.
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.

Please email resume to info@warriorwellnessgroup.com. No phone calls please.

BIRMINGHAM THERAPY SERVICES
Licensed Clinician


Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor, Full-Time
Birmingham Therapy Services, LLC is seeking a fully licensed clinician to provide individual, couples, and group counseling services. Qualified applicants will be licensed in the state of Alabama as an LPC, LMFT, or LICSW. Position will be for contract full time employment to include 25-30 clients a week. Employer will assist in credentialing clinician for insurance panels and includes billing services. Clinician manages own schedule and has flexibility. Fully furnished office is available.

What We Offer: Flexible hours, choose your own schedule, fully furnished office space, administrative staff, complete billing services, minimal paperwork, peer support, telehealth and in-office opportunities, referrals for client caseload as needed

Send cover letter, references, and resume to admin@bhamtherapyservices.com

Contact: Pamela M. Quekemeyer, LPC-S, Owner/Private Practitioner

WBMA TV
News Production Assistant (Full-time)


Details: We are looking for a full-time News Production Assistant who will be responsible for preparing for Newscasts.


Requirements:
WBMA/WJSU/WCFT has an exciting opportunity for a full-time News Production Assistant!

Responsibilities include: Operate Deko, Audio or Camera for our (Morning, Evening, Weekend) Newscast
Prep for newscasts, including but not limited to:
Prepare all fonts to air during newscast
Studio and set preparation
Maintaining studio
Lighting
Tape Editing for newscasts
Other duties as assigned
 

Experience: Experience is not necessary, but education and/or internship in television or related field preferred
Training will be provided
General Hours: Must be able to work on weekends
Other hours as needed, on occasion
Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace!

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/12183

CENTER FOR SPEECH & LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY

Clinicians

The Center for Speech in Huntsville, AL is a privately-owned clinic that provides evaluations and therapy to all ages. We strive to meet the needs of patients with current methods, family engagement, and evidence-based treatment. We are currently accepting applications from individuals graduating with a Master’s degree in 2024 and seeking supervision for a 9-month Clinical Fellowship. Special consideration will be given for a bilingual (English/Spanish) Speech Pathologist.

This is a private, clinical setting with a supportive staff of SLPs. Huntsville was recently named by US News & World Report as “The Best Place to Live in the U.S.”   If interested or for more information, please contact Jennifer Wilson jennifer@centerforspeech.net.   Interviews are presently being scheduled.

Contact: Jennifer H. Wilson, MCD, CCC-SLP
Executive Director
Center for Speech and Language Pathology, LLC
1106 Gleneagles Drive SW
Huntsville, AL 35801
(256) 533-3314 Phone
(256) 533-3384 Fax
 


FEBRUARY 2024


THOMPSON TRACTOR/CAT
Various Opportunities


About: Our headquarters is located here in Birmingham where we have many departments that might interest your students: Information Systems, HR, Marketing, Accounting and Finance, Business Data Analysis, Purchasing, Warranty, Communications, Operations, Warehouse, and many more. We also have 32 branches throughout Alabama, Georgia , Northwest Florida, and Nashville, TN and we are the largest woman-owned company in Alabama.

Job Search Link:
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Contact: Debra Evans, Corporate Recruiter, Thompson Tractor, 205-849-3642, debraevans@thompsontractor.com, 2401 Pinson Highway, Birmingham, AL 35217

WVTM TV
Local News Anchor Reporter


WVTM-TV, the NBC affiliate in Birmingham, AL is looking for an Anchor/Reporter. The Anchor/Reporter is someone who can bring the energy of live reporting to our anchor desk. In addition to credibility, poise, and personality; you are an anchor who isn't afraid to head out into the field and break the big stories. You will enterprise exclusives, tell compelling stories, and complete live shots. You are someone who isn't afraid to ask the tough questions, will hold those in power accountable and help mentor producers and reporters. You will write and edit scripts with viewer interaction in mind.

Responsibilities
Deliver scripted and ad-lib material with professionalism, personality, and purpose.
Work with and guide reporters and producers in newscast production.
Plan, gathers and assembles stories on day-of news or special project assignments.
Coordinate with news managers and producers to develop stories that go beyond surface details, that accentuate unique enterprise angles, and have exclusive content
Develop a network of sources who provide tips, early access to information, and allow the reporter to break stories of significance
Appear on behalf of the station at public events.
Will contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms throughout the day
Work on different stories and projects at once and meeting all deadlines
Summarize information into easy-to-understand components


Requirements
2+ years of anchor experience required
2+ years of reporting experience required
Your demo reel is indicative of your everyday work
Anchor that connects with viewers, in addition to reporting skills
Operate mobile transmission devices and use latest technology.
Can work in all weather conditions, work varied shifts, including overnights and weekends and carry up to 50 pounds
Have a valid driver's license and a clear driving record
Have and exhibit unwavering journalistic integrity and ethical standards
Can deal with the stresses and pressures of time-sensitive newscast production

Benefits
Hearst's benefit programs are modern, flexible and designed to focus on you. As a Hearst employee, you and your spouse or partner or dependents would have access to the following benefits.
Medical | Dental | Vision
401(k) matching
Emotional Wellness Support
Paid Time Off
Paid Parental Leave
LGBTQ+ Health Services
Additional benefits to meet your and your family's needs

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

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

CENTRAL ALABAMA WELLNESS
Personal Care Specialist


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 phone, 205-668-4957 fax, mrobinson@Centralalabamawellness.org, www.centralalabamawellness.org

UNIVERSITY OF MONTEVALLO
Director, Annual Giving & Constituent Engagement


The purpose of this position is to oversee all functions of the Annual Fund Campaign which includes building strong personal and professional relationships with alumni and friends of the University that result in philanthropic contributions.

To Apply: https://jobs.montevallo.edu/postings/8630

Contact: Kendall Duncan, Director, Stewardship & Donor Engagement, University of Montevallo, 205-665-6252, kduncan4@montevallo.edu, Meroney House Station 6252, Montevallo, AL 35115

HOPE GROWS
Counselor


Hope Grows Center for Counseling, a group private practice in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, is looking for part-time and/or full-time counselors to join our thriving group practice. At Hope Grows, you will work in an atmosphere of support for you and your clients. We’re looking for an independent, driven, and collaborative clinician to enhance our fun, connected, and positive-minded group of clinicians.

We provide:
Competitive compensation
An in-house medical biller to coordinate benefits/eligibility and submit claims
An in-house receptionist who answers calls and schedules intake appointments
Individual consultation with our Clinical Director
Monthly group case consultation
Supportive team environment
Comfortable, fully furnished office space
Flexible work schedules
A steady stream of referrals
Training opportunities
A library of therapy resources

Requirements include:
Current Alabama licensure as a LPC, LICSW, LMFT, PhD, or PsyD
Willingness to work 15 hours per week or more
Experience and specialty training working with PTSD and Complex trauma

Preference will be given to clinicians who are:
Already paneled with BCBS of Alabama
Experienced working in a private practice setting
Trained in EMDR or other trauma-specific modality

To Apply: Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to andrea@hopegrowscenter.org

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

WVTM TV
Traffic Sales Assistant


WVTM-TV, the NBC affiliate in Birmingham, AL has a position open for a Traffic Sales Assistant to provide general support to the Sales department of our station. You will provide administrative assistant to perform traffic and general responsibilities, including data entry of commercial traffic material. You will report to General Sales Manager.

Responsibilities:
Data entry of commercial traffic instructions
Collect and apply commercial material
Liaison to a central traffic facility
Submit last-minute orders/revisions and log changes
Coordinate locally received commercial material
Distribute the final daily log
Help with local station order/ make good input and reporting needs


Requirements:
Must have computer and software experience
Proficient in Microsoft Excel (can maintain complex spreadsheets)
Can deal with the stresses and pressures of time-sensitive projects associated with advertising sales
Keen on learning new systems promptly and thoroughly
Must be focused and organized
Previous commercial television experience preferred
Must take pride in work, respond to instruction well and perform at a high-level

Benefits
Hearst's benefit programs are modern, flexible and designed to focus on you. As a Hearst employee, you and your spouse or partner or dependents would have access to the following benefits.
Medical | Dental | Vision
401(k) matching
Emotional Wellness Support
Paid Time Off
Paid Parental Leave
LGBTQ+ Health Services
Additional benefits to meet your and your family's needs

Contact: Please visit careers.htv.hearst.com

WBMA TV
News Anchor


WBMA 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!

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


Requirements and Qualifications:
You must have at least 3-5 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
While applying online, please include a link to your online demo reel.

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:  https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/11934

FAMILY LIFE CENTER
Counselor


Family Life Center, Inc. is seeking a Counselor to provide treatment and case management services to adults with substance use disorders. A Bachelor's degree from a nationally or regionally accredited college or university in psychology, social work, or behavioral health field with equivalent clinical coursework and two years' experience working in a treatment program OR a Master's degree in a clinical area is required; work experience will not substitute for the educational requirement. Knowledge of the 12-Step Programs preferred. A person in recovery who meets the above requirements is a plus. Must be a team player with excellent computer, time management, and organizational skills and who is able to work 12 hour days on scheduled days.

 

To Apply: Please submit resume to jobs@familylifecenter.com. No phone calls or walk-ins please.

Positions available in: Fort Payne (also serves Centre), Scottsboro, and Athens.

Contact: Sheree Logan Towne, MSW, CAC, Executive Director, 3022 Greenhill Blvd. NW Fort Payne AL 35968   Ph. 256-697-0770   Fax 888-316-1797

US DISTRICT COURT
Probation Officer


Position Overview
U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services for the Northern District of Alabama, headquartered in Birmingham with divisional
offices in Anniston, Huntsville, and Tuscaloosa, is seeking applications for Probation Officer. The Chief will determine
whether this will be post-conviction, presentence, or pretrial and the duty station. By statute, probation and pretrial services
officers serve in a judiciary law enforcement position, assist in the administration of justice, promote community safety,
gather information, supervise offenders/defendants, interact with collateral agencies, prepare reports, conduct
investigations, and present recommendations to the court. Officers may guide the work of probation/pretrial services officer
assistants and other staff.


Representative Duties
• Conduct investigations and prepare reports for the court with recommendations, which requires interviewing
offenders/defendants and their families, as well as collecting background data from various sources. An integral
part of this process is the interpretation and application of policies and procedures, statutes, Federal Rules of
Criminal Procedures, and may include the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines, Guide to Judiciary Policy, and relevant case
law. Track legal developments, and update staff and the court.
• Enforce court-ordered supervision components and implement supervision strategies. Maintain personal contact
with defendants and offenders. Investigate employment, sources of income, lifestyle, and associates to assess risk
and compliance. Address substance abuse, mental health, domestic violence, and similar problems and implement
the necessary treatment or violation proceedings, through assessment, monitoring, and counseling.
• Schedule and conduct drug use detection tests and DNA collection of offenders/defendants, following established
procedures and protocols. Maintain paper and computerized records of test results. Maintain chain of custody of
urinalysis testing materials. Respond to a judge’s request for information and advice. Testify in court as to the basis
for factual findings and (if warranted) guideline applications. Serve as a resource to the court. Maintain detailed
written records of case activity. May conduct surveillance and/or search and seizure at the direction of the court.
• Investigate and analyze financial documents and activities and take appropriate action. Interview victim(s) and
provide victim impact statements to the court. Ensure compliance with Mandatory Victims Restitution Act.
Responsible for enforcement of home confinement conditions ordered by the court, and in some districts may
perform home confinement reintegration on behalf of the Bureau of Prisons.
• Analyze and respond to any objections. This may include resolving disputed issues and presenting unresolved issues
to the court for resolution. Assess offenders’/defendants’ level of risk and develop a blend of strategies for
controlling and correcting risk management.
• Communicate with other organizations and persons (such as the U.S. Parole Commission, Bureau of Prisons, law
enforcement, treatment agencies, and attorneys) concerning offenders’/defendants’ behavior and conditions of
supervision. Identify and investigate violations and implement appropriate alternatives and sanctions. Report
violations of the conditions of supervision to the appropriate authorities. Prepare written reports of violation matters
and make recommendations for disposition. Testify at court or parole hearings. Conduct Parole Commission
preliminary interviews. Guide the work of staff providing administrative and technical assistance to officers.
Knowledge of, and compliance with, the Code of Conduct for Judicial Employees and court confidentiality
requirements. Ability to consistently demonstrate sound ethics and judgment.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Knowledge of the roles and functions of the federal probation and/or pretrial services offices, including knowledge
of the legal requirements, practices and procedures used in probation, parole, and/or pretrial services. Knowledge
of the roles, responsibilities, and relationships among the federal courts, U.S. Parole Commission, U.S. Marshals
Service, Bureau of Prisons, U.S. Attorney’s Office, Federal Public Defender’s Office, and other organizations.
• Knowledge of how other judicial processes and procedures relate to the officer’s roles and responsibilities.
Knowledge of federal law and the criminal justice system particularly as it relates to federal pretrial services,
probation and parole policies and procedures. Knowledge of surrounding community and available community
resources.
• Knowledge of automated/internet resources and systems available for conducting background checks, criminal
histories, and other similar information (such as the National Crime Information Center).
• Knowledge of investigative techniques and skill in investigating offenders’/defendants’ backgrounds, activities,
finances and determining legitimacy of their income. Knowledge of the Bail Reform Act. Knowledge of negotiation
and motivation techniques.
• Knowledge of sentencing guidelines, statutes, Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, and applicable case law.
Knowledge of changes in the law. Knowledge of techniques in supervising offenders/defendants. Skill in
supervising offenders/defendants, risk assessment, and developing appropriate alternatives and sanctions to noncompliant behavior. Knowledge of legal terminology.
• Skill in conducting legal research related to varied complex and difficult legal issues, related to sentencing and
supervision. Skill in analyzing and summarizing legal concepts and issues. Skill in legal reasoning and critical
thinking. Skill in dealing with violent and/or difficult people. Skill in counseling offenders/defendants to maintain
compliance to conditions of their release. Skill in evaluating and applying sentencing guidelines. Ability to follow
safety procedures. Ability to compile and summarize information (such as background checks and criminal
histories) within established timeframes. Ability to discern deception and act accordingly.
• Ability to organize, prioritize work schedule, work independently with little or no supervision, and to exercise
discretion. Ability to work under pressure of short deadlines.
• Knowledge of and compliance with the Code of Conduct for Judicial Employees and court confidentiality
requirements. Ability to consistently demonstrate sound ethics and judgment.
• Skill in communicating (orally and in writing) and working with judges, attorneys, other law enforcement agencies,
and correctional agencies. Ability to interact and communicate effectively (orally and in writing) with people of
diverse backgrounds, including law enforcement and collateral agency personnel at different government levels,
community service providers, and offenders/defendants. Ability to interview and establish rapport with contacts at
collateral agencies, offenders/defendants and their families/support systems, and others for the purpose of
supervision and investigation.
• Skill in the use of automated equipment including mobile devices, word processing, spreadsheet, and database
applications, and various other types of software. Ability to utilize computer software and automated systems to
perform record checks, record urinalysis results, compile criminal history information, and similar activities. Skill
in interpreting and analyzing data from a variety of investigative databases.


Qualifications
Minimum Additional Education and/or Experience
All probation or pretrial services officer positions require completion of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college
or university in a field of academic study which provides evidence of the capacity to understand and apply the legal
requirements and human relations skills involved in the position.
In addition to meeting the education requirement identified above, applicants at each classification level (CL) must also
have additional education or specialized experience in the amounts shown in the table below.

How to Apply
To be considered for this position, applicants are required to provide the following:
• Letter of interest, outlining experience as it relates to this position,
• Current resume,
• Three professional references (name, address, and telephone number),
• Application for Judicial Branch Employment (Form AO-781
, updated 4/1/2022),
• College transcript(s) (an unofficial copy is acceptable), and
• Signed copies of the two most recent performance evaluations (if not applicable, include an explanation on your
letter of interest).
Submit the above documents in the format below:
1. Combine all documents into one PDF in the above order;
2. Save the single document by your Last Name, First Name;
3. On the subject line of the email, enter 2024-01 Probation Officer – preferred position(s)/duty station(s),
2024-01 Probation Officer – Presentence/Huntsville, Pretrial/Anniston, Post-Conviction/Birmingham, All, etc.);
and email the complete packet to resumes@alnp.uscourts.gov one time.

Contact: LaKeshia Faulk, HR Specialist, US Probration Services, Birmingham AL 35203, 205-716-2939, lakeshia_faulk@alnp.uscourts.gov

3 FOLDS CARE
Developmental Disability Professional


Qualified Developmental Disabilities Professional (QDDP)/Service coordinator:
To be eligible for this role, you should have:
A bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, human services, or a related field
A typical day for a Qualified Developmental Disability Professional includes:

Person-Centered Planning and Individual Support Planning:
Actively participating in the person-centered planning process, including development and implementation of Person-Centered Plans (PCPs) and Individual Support Plans (ISPs).
Designing and implementing support and teaching strategies targeted at assisting clients with reaching their outcomes, as outlined in the client’s ISP.
Providing supervision and training to Direct Support Professionals regarding the implementation of the PCP, ISP and teaching strategies.
Evaluating and revising support and teaching strategies, as necessary, to ensure progress toward achievement of outcomes and action steps.
Quality Assurance:

Reviewing all forms, notifying the Case Manager of any incidents, and providing oversight for the follow-up plan with staff.
Maintaining communication with family members, guardians, staff, and Case Managers on a regular basis, particularly regarding policies, issues, and concerns.
 

Supervision/Training:
Coordinating in-service trainings that are needed to assist staff in fulfilling responsibilities related to client-directed support.
Providing direct support by providing services needed to protect the health and safety of the client, especially in a staffing crisis.
Performing on-site evaluations for all field staff.


Other job functions:
Client record-related maintenance and compliance.
Coordinating client benefits including Medicaid, Medicare, SSI, SSA, and Food Stamps.
Securing community resources for clients.
Assisting the Director with teaching training classes and with on-site investigations for worker injury and client feedback.
Our next role where we need the most help is Direct Support Professional (Caregiver):

Responsibilities:
Transport residents in facility van to activities and appointments.
Administer and record medications after training by a health-care professional or a pharmacist.
If on duty at night, provide awake staff as needed.
Facilitate weekly house cleaning, teaching residents to see dirt and clean effectively.
Assess and correct any problems within skill level.
Supervise and facilitate all recreational and leisure time.
Plan and facilitate activities (games, play, projects, including routine daily activities).
Attends staff meetings and trainings as required.
Provide input in staff meetings to develop individual habilitation plans, as necessary.
Observe and note changes in behavior such as side effects of medication or symptoms of illness.
Follow individual habilitation and behavioral plans.
Document activities and maintain daily log.
Ability to assist individuals in achieving personal goals while promoting dignity and respect.
Must be able to establish rapport with individuals, family members, friends, and other natural supports to ensure comprehensive coordination.
Must possess a high level of written communication skills.


Requirements:
Must be eighteen (18) years of age or older.
Have a Valid Alabama Driver License and or State ID
SSN card and or birth certificate
High school diploma or equivalent (GED).
Vehicle insurance carrier, if applicable.
Schedule:

8-hour shift and or 12-hour shift (Flexible schedule)
Weekend availability
Friday - Sunday
Evening shift
Night shift

Contact:  Elba Solano, Human Resources Recruiter, 3 Folds Care Inc, 4525 Executive Park Dr  Montgomery, AL 36116
P:334-659-6011, O: 334-676-2200 EXT 102,  E: Elbasolano@3foldscareinc.org
 


OCTOBER 2023


PESEK COUNSELING SERVICES
Counselor


Pesek Counseling Services, a private practice located within Helena, Alabama, is looking to bring on full-time, Licensed Professional Counselors to work with children and adolescents- this listing is not limiting to either of those demographics, but is our area of focus due to demand. Opportunities for flexible scheduling along with a catered client list available- fuller client caseloads upon start date if applicants are actively credentialed with various insurance panels. Bring your experience and personality and work among peers focused on serving those within the community we all work and live.

To be considered, please send a resume along with proof of active licensure to nicole@pesekcounseling.com. Include any certifications or areas of therapeutic focus that may be beneficial in helping us meet the perfect candidates. Additional questions can be submitted to the email address above so please feel free to reach out- we do ask that you allow 48 hours for a response. We look forward to meeting you.

Contact: Pesek Counseling Services, 277 Village Parkway, Helena, AL 35080, Phone: 205-624-3076, nicole@pesekcounseling.com, www.pesekcounseling.com

EMPOWER COUNSELING & CONSULTING
Counselor


Empower Counseling & Consulting, LLC in Florence, AL is looking to hire a Licensed Professional Counselor interested in working with both children and adults. Experience working with small children is a plus. We are a trauma-informed, LGBTQIA+affirming practice that values clinician autonomy, collaboration, and wellness. This position is for a full-time Licensed Professional Counselor with a manageable caseload. We have a dedicated admin staff for billing/scheduling. This is a great position for an LPC that wants the benefits and perks of private practice without having to manage the business side of owning and running your own practice. Interested candidates should submit an interest letter and resume to scabler@empowershoals.com
 

UNIV OF MONTEVALLO COUNSELING SERVICES
Counselor/Therapist/Case Manager


Opportunity: The University of Montevallo Counseling Services has a new opening for a 10-month counselor/therapist and a 10-month case manager. Interested applicants can visit the links below to start the application process.

10-Month Counselor/Therapist
https://jobs.montevallo.edu/postings/8425

10-Month Case Manager
https://jobs.montevallo.edu/postings/8406

STEPPING STONES GROUP
Speech Language Pathologist (Columbiana)

Opportunity: The Stepping Stones Group is hiring Speech Language Pathologists for our full-time, school-based positions in Columbiana, AL!  The Stepping Stones Group provides you with unparalleled support and surrounds you with responsive and supportive clinical leaders. We will provide you with meaningful interactive opportunities and give you access to our exclusive content.

Qualifications: Graduate from a Speech Pathology program
Current license as a Speech Language Pathologist in AL
School Experience Preferred

Benefits: Full-Time, School-Based Positions for all SLPs (school-year assignment)
Spread Pay Plan
Professional Development Stipends - Rewarding Benefits
Health & Wellness Stipend
401(k)
Online resources, ASHA approved webinars, therapy ideas and free CEUs
Travel Positions (select locations) for all SLPs (school-year assignment) with our Travel/Relocation Assistance - we will help you keep track of your move, see tasks and key milestones, view your relocation benefits 24-7, access important documents and city guides to gain better control over your relocation budget and finances and more!
Rewarding Benefits

Have other SLP friends looking for a new opportunity? Refer them today! Last year's top referring individual received $10,000!!!!

To Apply: https://jobs.thesteppingstonesgroup.com/job-detail/?da=&job_num=187783&job_number=187783&refid=522_187783&rx_job=187783&rx_medium=post&rx_paid=0&rx_r=none&rx_source=

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ABC 33/40 TV
News Editor


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

Job responsibilities include: 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
 

Requirements and 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
Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace!

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/11320

 

STEPPING STONES GROUP
Speech Language Pathologist (Bessemer)


Opportunity: The Stepping Stones Group is hiring Speech Language Pathologists for our full-time, school-based positions in Bessemer, AL!   The Stepping Stones Group provides you with unparalleled support and surrounds you with responsive and supportive clinical leaders. We will provide you with meaningful interactive opportunities and give you access to our exclusive content.

Qualifications: Graduate from a Speech Pathology program
Current license as a Speech Language Pathologist in AL with Teaching Certificate
School Experience Preferred

Benefits: Full-Time, School-Based Positions for all SLPs (school-year assignment)
Spread Pay Plan
Professional Development Stipends - Rewarding Benefits
Health & Wellness Stipend
401(k)
Online resources, ASHA approved webinars, therapy ideas and free CEUs
Travel Positions (select locations) for all SLPs (school-year assignment) with our Travel/Relocation Assistance - we will help you keep track of your move, see tasks and key milestones, view your relocation benefits 24-7, access important documents and city guides to gain better control over your relocation budget and finances and more!
Rewarding Benefits

To Apply: https://jobs.thesteppingstonesgroup.com/job-detail/?da=_202310&job_num=186758&job_number=186758&refid=522_186758&rx_job=186758&rx_medium=post&rx_paid=0&rx_r=

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WVTM TV
Broadcast Master Control Operator


Opportunity: WVTM TV, the NBC affiliate in Birmingham, Alabama, is looking for a Master Control Operator who will oversee the equipment that provides the content of our broadcast on-air program streams. You will monitor multiple air channels, preparing content, building playlists, maintaining regulatory compliance, assuring quality control of on-air product, and documenting transmission events. You will ingest commercials and programs, timing them and making sure they all play on air properly. You will report to the Assistant Chief Engineer.

Responsibilities: Coordinate live and recorded programming for broadcast
Maintain on air operation to include running commercials, network and local programming
Monitor multiple channels to ensure regulatory compliance and signal integrity
Operate broadcast automation equipment
Follow FCC monitoring and EAS procedures
Observe transmitters and take readings
Maintain program and transmitter logs
Edit and append playlists
Acquire content from distributors and content delivery systems
Report equipment issues and transmission discrepancies


Requirements: 1+ years of computer, email, software and web applications
Prior exposure to television station operations and newscast production
Work in a collaborative environment and independently
Experience with master control activities and tasks preferred; training will be offered for qualified candidates
Knowledge of graphics systems for on-air branding and messaging
Higher education in technology, SBE or related military experience will be considered
Diversity Statement

Benefits: Hearst's benefit programs are modern, flexible and designed to focus on you. As a Hearst employee, you and your spouse or partner or dependents would have access to the following benefits.
Medical | Dental | Vision
401(k) matching
Emotional Wellness Support
Paid Time Off
Paid Parental Leave
LGBTQ+ Health Services
Additional benefits to meet your and your family's needs

To Apply:  careers.htv.hearst.com
Contact: Andie Baum at andie.baum@hearst.com
 


SEPTEMBER 2023

 

JEFFERSON-BLOUNT-ST CLAIR MENTAL HEALTH
Therapists


Opportunity: We have several master's level positions available in our Children's Services department that we are looking to fill in both Jefferson and St. Clair Counties. We are looking for staff who have some internship or experience working with children/families in a therapy setting. Degrees can be MSW, Psychology, Counseling (NOT School Counseling), Clinical MH, Marriage/Family Therapy, Rehabilitation Counseling. These are full time positions with full benefits.

Contact: Robbyn G. Lawson, LICSW-S, PIP, Director of Children's Services, Jefferson-Blount-St. Clair County Mental Health Authority, 956 Montclair Road Birmingham, AL 35213, 205-443-2224, www.jbsmentalhealth.com, rlawson@jbsmha.com

BTC WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS
Loader/Load Master


DEPARTMENT: Warehouse

QUALIFICATIONS: Must be 16 years of age, have neat appearance and must have the ability to hear and follow instructions. Must always practice safety.

PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES: Must have the physical ability to lift and stack heavy loads, approximately 75 lbs. frequently. Must have the physical ability to withstand moving product by hand from one place to another up to 72” high and as low as 12”. Must have the physical ability to read labels efficiently. Must have the physical ability to hear and follow instructions.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Retrieve loading assignments and paperwork from the shipping office.
2. Fill out the load manifest paperwork which will be used as a guide for loading the route truck and will be used for unloading by the driver.
3. Fill out all required areas of the load manifest and paperwork to its completion.
4. Trucks are to be loaded by hand stacking or hand jack.
5. Inspect the truck before loading to insure it is properly cooling and is free of maintenance issues that will cause damage to product during loading.
6. Inspect each pallet before loading to ensure that it is stacked and wrapped properly to avoid damage during loading and during transit.
7. Each pallet being loaded should be put in the correct pallet position on the truck and strapped in place to avoid the pallet from falling over during transit.
8. The loader will stack the product as directed by a load master (highest stop to lowest stop from left to right).
9. Freezer and cooler product will be pre-loaded from highest to lowest stops in freezer boxes; pre-staged in the cooler and freezer to be loaded in the morning.
10. Chemicals are to be loaded separate from food items and on to the tail of the truck.
11. After completing loading of trucks, help straighten warehouse at the end of the shift.

Contact: Erin Thompson, HR/Operations Assistant, BTC Wholesale Distributors in Alabaster, AL    ethompson@btcwholesale.com    256-710-2405


ALABAMA PUBLIC TELEVISION
Family Engagement Specialist (FT)

Opportunity: Alabama Public Television (APT) is seeking a full-time Family Engagement Specialist to work in APT’s Education Division. The person in this position will work as part of a team to develop and implement onsite training, resources, and technical assistance to families and caregivers of children 0-8.

 

Description: The person in this position will collect, analyze, and report data on a regular basis. The Family Engagement Specialist will coordinate a variety of family and community events across Alabama. The position involves in-state travel, some evening and weekend work and lifting of training materials.
 

Requirements: Bachelor's degree in early childhood or elementary education, child development, or related field. Strong oral and written communication skills, strong computer and technology skills and experience developing and evaluating educational materials, and a valid Alabama driver's license.
Preferred: Experience working with families and planning family/community events. Plus: Bilingual (English/Spanish).


Benefits We Offer: Thirteen paid holidays, sick and personal paid time off, medical/dental/vision/life and a great matching 401(k). Benefits are available after an introductory period. Starting Salary Range: $37,612.80 - $46,900.80 Annually. Apply online at http://www.aptv.org/jobs

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

CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL
Primary Therapists


Opportunity: Children’s of Alabama has both full-time and PRN openings for Primary Therapists at the Partial Hospitalization Program. Applicants must have at least an ALC licensure or higher.

Description: The Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) provides an option for patients who do not or no longer meet the qualifications for an inpatient hospital stay, but could also use more intense treatment than the typical outpatient guidelines provide. Bridging the gap between inpatient and outpatient services, the PHP day treatment program is designed to help encourage success in symptom management and recovery.

Our PHP treatment team, comprised of a psychiatrist and licensed behavioral health practitioners, collaborates with patients and their families using therapeutic interventions, education and monitoring. Our team’s goal is to support your child’s ability to manage themselves at home through structured treatment at a less acute level than inpatient hospitalization.

The program is best suits patients 12 – 18 years old with a primary diagnosis of behavioral or mental health concerns and who have been medically stabilized, but would benefit from and thrive with more constant, comprehensive involvement. Primary diagnoses of substance abuse, eating disorders or autism are not eligible for admission to the PHP.

Each patient would treat the PHP like a typical school day, attending for 6 hours each day Monday – Friday. The average length of stay is 2 – 4 weeks, but is ultimately based upon symptom severity and patient progress.
 

To Apply: https://childrensalcareers.org/jobs/1596386-primary-therapist-php

FAULKNER UNIV COLL OF HEALTH SCIENCES
Clinical Counselors


Opportunity: Faulkner University's College of Health Sciences is seeking qualified individuals to serve as Clinical Counselors. These individuals will provide counseling and a range of other therapeutic, and/or case management services for individuals, couples, and/or families in the on-campus clinic. Faulkner University is a Christian university affiliated with the churches of Christ.

This is a full-time (40+ hours per week), 12-month clinical position. Rank and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Summary of Duties:
Provide counseling, testing and assessment to clients, individuals, and families
Prepare treatment plans, discharge plans, and follow-up care referrals
Provide therapeutic crisis intervention and emergency services
Participate in clinical supervision of students in level 1 and level 2 fieldwork to ensure they successfully achieve the criteria for completing clinical learning experiences


Qualifications:
Master's degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, or similar degree in counseling from a regionally accredited university required
Licensed in Alabama or eligible for licensure in Alabama within 90 days of hire required
Minimum of 2 years clinical mental health counseling experience preferred
Active member of the church of Christ preferred
 

To Apply: For initial application submit: Curriculum Vitae and Cover letter
Employment is conditional on a satisfactory background check and verification of work authorization through E-Verify.

Website: https://faulkner.applicantpro.com/jobs/2967729

Contact: Heath Willingham PhD, LPC-S, Chair, Graduate Counseling Programs, Faulkner University,

5345 Atlanta Highway, Montgomery, AL 36109, 334-386-7979
 


AUGUST 2023

 

CHILDRENS ADVOCACY CENTER
Counselor


Opportunity: The Children's Advocacy Center of Cherokee County is currently accepting resumes for the position of counselor to provide trauma focused therapy for child abuse victims. Master’s degree in counseling or social work required. Preferred qualifications include non- profit or CAC experience and licensure.

Qualifications: Applicant must be able to work both independently and as part of a team, have excellent organizational skills, work with flexibility and be able to communicate well with children, families, and other professionals. Candidates will be required to complete training courses related to the treatment of abused children and their families. The CAC is looking for a qualified candidate to join our team and impact the lives of child abuse victims, non-offending caregivers and our community

To Apply/Contact: Interested candidates should submit their resumes to Lori Harris at cherokeecac@tds.net.

COOSA PINES FEDERAL CREDIT UNION
Accounting Manager


Opportunity: Coosa Pines Federal Credit Union is seeking a full-time Accounting Manager at its Childersburg location.

Description: The Accounting Manager is responsible for daily, weekly, and monthly accounting tasks. The manager is expected to make recommendations to the Chief Financial Officer for the development, implementation, and maintenance of accounting procedures, principles, and practices to ensure efficient and timely workflow as well as accurate financial reporting. The Accounting Manager must meet tight deadlines, supervise accounting staff, and have a thorough understanding of financial reporting and general ledger structure.
Complete all federal and state required reporting.
Prepare budget and forecasting activities.
Interface with other departments to verify report data and resolve issues.
Advise staff regarding the handling of non-routine reporting transactions.
Respond to inquiries from the Chief Financial Officer regarding financial results, special reporting requests, and the like.
Work with the retained CPA firm to ensure a clean and timely annual audit.
Provide training to new and existing staff as needed.

Qualifications:

Education – BA/BS in Accounting, Finance, or Business Management with an emphasis in accounting is required.
Experience – Prior supervisory experience in accounting/financial reporting area is preferred. Experience working in a credit union or other financial institution is ideal.
Technical Skills – Must be able to integrate financial core processing reports with other software. Knowledge of Fiserv Portico a plus. Should have strong experience with Microsoft Excel and Word.
Seeking candidates with strong verbal and written communication skills. Strong interpersonal, supervisory, and customer service skills required. Must have the ability to multi-task, work under pressure, meet deadlines, and thrive in a fast-paced work environment.

To Apply: Submit résumé and salary requirements to Coosa Pines Federal Credit Union, Attn: HR Manager, 33710 US Hwy 280, Childersburg AL 35044.

Coosa Pines Federal Credit Union is a community-chartered credit union serving Clay, Coosa, Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair, and Talladega counties. CPFCU has been ranked 5-Stars by Bauer Financial for over 28 consecutive years, named one of America’s Top 200 Healthiest Credit Unions by DepositAccounts.com, and voted the Coosa Valley’s (Hwy 280 Corridor) Best Auto Loan Provider, Best Credit Union, Best Customer Service, Best Financial Planning, and Best Place to Work for 2021, 2022, and 2023.

Contact: Aimee Morris, CUCME, Manager of Marketing & Business Development, Coosa Pines Federal Credit Union, www.CoosaPinesFCU.org, https://www.facebook.com/CoosaPinesFederalCU,

P 256.598.1944, AMorris@coosapinesfcu.org, Coosa Pines Federal Credit Union, 33710 US Hwy 280, Childersburg, AL 35044, (256) 378-5559 | 800-327-9789 | hr@coosapinesfcu.org | CoosaPinesFCU.org


HNP LANDSCPE ARCHITECTURE
Landscape Designer/Architect


HNP Landscape Architecture is seeking a mid-level landscape designer/architect (entry level with experience accepted) to fill an immediate need in its Birmingham, Alabama office. The position offers an opportunity to work on a wide-range of project types including single-family residential, land planning, college campus, and athletic facility design.

DESIRED QUALITIES
• Motivated, and detail-oriented to assist in all phases of project development
• Organized - Ability to manage multiple priorities and project deadlines
• Effective Communicator - Communicate and interact with clients and project team disciplines including architects, civil, electrical, and structural engineers
• Promoter - Market HNPs work through proposals and social media platforms
• Versatile - Desire to work on all phases of the design process and all landscape architecture types, including: site analysis, site design, planting plans, presentations, schematic and design development, estimation, contract documentation and construction observation.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Minimum 1 year of professional practice or internship equivalent (Licensure NOT required)
• Bachelor or Master’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from accredited institution
• Proven portfolio of constructed work showing skills throughout the design process from concept to construction
• Developed knowledge in planting plans, irrigation, grading, and drainage
• Proficiency in CAD, Adobe CS, Sketchup
• Strong graphic / freehand illustration / rendering skills
• Interest in athletic facility design and construction
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
• 2-5 years of professional practice
• Experience in athletic facility (various sports across competition levels), academic institution, and municipal park design.
• Proficiency in Vectorworks, Bluebeam, Lumion

Benefits: HNP offers its full-time employees a generous benefits package that includes paid vacation and sick time, 401k with annual Safe Harbor contribution, health insurance, life insurance, and short and long-term disability. We also offer additional, employee-funded benefits that include vision, dental, additional life insurance, and family health coverage.

To Apply: No phone calls please. Submit PDF cover letter, resume and portfolio as well as any questions to: Leigh Isom, leigh@hnpsiteplan.com

Contact: Shelley Rehberg, Marketing Manager, HNP Landscape Architecture, 205.882.5901, 205.870.9936 - 1914 28th Avenue South, Birmingham AL 35209

HNP LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
Athletic Facility Designer


HNP Landscape Architecture is seeking an Athletic Facility Designer to fill an immediate need in its Birmingham, Alabama office. The position offers an opportunity to work specifically on athletic facility design including Surface and Base Design, Grading, Drainage, Irrigation, Detailing, and respective Specifications. Project types include Municipal Park Projects, Middle and High School facilities, and NCAA fields and courts.
 

DESIRED QUALITIES
• Motivated - Eager to contribute throughout design process with a team mentality
• Detail-oriented - Produce accurate and complete construction drawing packages
• Proactive - Research, Evaluate, Improve processes and deliverables
• Learner - Pursue and effectively apply education related to the industry,
management, and leadership
• Organized - Manage multiple priorities and project deadlines
• Collaborator - Communicate and interact with clients and project team disciplines
including architects, civil, electrical, and structural engineers
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Love for Athletics - Implement the entire design process across all sports
• Training and or experience in Civil Engineering, Architecture, or Landscape
Architecture
• Developing knowledge in site design, grading, drainage, irrigation
• Developing knowledge in CAD programs
OPTIONAL BUT PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Construction Observation Experience

Ability to observe and report construction progress/accuracy
• 2-5 years of professional practice
• Experience in athletic facility (various sports across competition levels),
and municipal park design.
• Proficiency in Vectorworks, Bluebeam, Lumion

Benefits: HNP offers its full-time employees a generous benefits package that includes paid vacation and sick time, 401k with annual Safe Harbor contribution, health insurance, life insurance, and short and long-term disability. We also offer additional, employee-funded benefits that include vision, dental, additional life insurance, and family health coverage.

To Apply: No phone calls please. Submit PDF cover letter, resume and portfolio as well as any questions to: Leigh Isom, leigh@hnpsiteplan.com

Contact: Shelley Rehberg, Marketing Manager, HNP Landscape Architecture, 205.882.5901, 205.870.9936 - 1914 28th Avenue South, Birmingham AL 35209

HNP LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
Intern


HNP Landscape Architecture is seeking internship applications from students and recent graduates. Interns work alongside all staff in all phases of the design process for both traditional landscape architecture and athletic facility project types. Throughout the internship period, it is our desire to engage the intern with as many project types, skills, clients, and conversations as possible.
 

DESIRED QUALITIES
• Eager - To learn, to help, to experience
• Organized - Ability to manage multiple priorities and project deadlines
• Effective Communicator - Communicate and interact with staff and clients
• Representative - Positive voice and activity for LA profession and HNP
• Versatile - Desire to work on all phases of the design process and all landscape
architecture types, including: site analysis, site design, planting plans, presentations,
schematic and design development, estimation, contract documentation and
construction observation.
• Punctual - On time, reliable to meet agreed-upon work schedule
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS
• Seeking Bachelor or Master’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from accredited
institution, Min. 2 years of study
• Portfolio of student work
• Growing knowledge of plants, irrigation, grading, and drainage
• Experience in CAD, Adobe CS, Sketchup
• Min. 3 month availability, 6-12 month assignments are possible
• International Students - Must supply proper documentation for legal employment
• Ability to reside and work in Birmingham, AL
• Schedule that permits min. 4 hour work day, min 20 hours/wk
 

BENEFITS
As an hourly employee, benefits are not available, BUT some perks include:
• Flexible scheduling
• Travel reimbursements as required
• Opportunity for full time employment after internship
• Attendance to local ASLA meetings, lunch and learns, and other experiential learning
will be provided as available.

To Apply: No phone calls please. Submit PDF cover letter, resume and portfolio as well as any questions to: Leigh Isom, leigh@hnpsiteplan.com

Contact: Shelley Rehberg, Marketing Manager, HNP Landscape Architecture, 205.882.5901, 205.870.9936 - 1914 28th Avenue South, Birmingham AL 35209

JAMM ENTERTAINMENT SERVICES
Production Assistants


Opportunity: Over 40 years of Providing Entertainment in the Birmingham Area! Are you passionate & interested in a job in the entertainment industry? Do you have excellent communication skills and thrive in a fast-paced environment? If so, we have an exciting opportunity for you! Our entertainment production company is seeking enthusiastic individuals with strong communication skills and exceptional time management abilities to join our team as Production Assistants. This position is perfect for students or those looking to earn extra money while pursuing their education or other commitments during the day.

Responsibilities:
Assist in the setup and breakdown of equipment for various entertainment events and productions.
Collaborate with our production team to ensure seamless execution of events.
Support the team in coordinating logistics and ensuring a smooth workflow.
Help manage time-sensitive tasks efficiently, ensuring events run smoothly and on schedule.
Requirements:

Enthusiastic and passionate about the entertainment industry.
Excellent communication skills and ability to work well with a team.
Strong time management skills to handle multiple tasks effectively.
Availability to work during nights and/or weekends as per event schedules.
A valid driver's license and willingness to travel locally as needed.
No prior experience necessary; we provide comprehensive training.
Perks:

Flexible work hours during nights and/or weekends, ideal for attending school or balancing other commitments.
Competitive hourly pay, allowing you to earn extra money.
Training is provided to enhance your skills and knowledge in the entertainment production field.
All necessary equipment and transportation will be provided.
Join us and become part of an exciting and dynamic team in the entertainment industry. If you are ready to bring your enthusiasm and dedication to the forefront, apply now by sending your resume and a brief cover letter detailing why you are the perfect fit for this position to [Email Address].

We look forward to meeting you and embarking on this exciting journey together!

Contact: Geoff Carlisle | Owner and Chief Entertainment Officer | JAMM Entertainment | 3246 Cahaba Heights Road, Vestavia, AL 35243, Office: (205) 856-5266, geoff@jamm.net, www.jamm.net

AIM POINT PENSION
Defined Contribution Consultant


Job Title – DC Consultant
Location – Remote Position

 

Opportunity: We are adding to our Defined Contribution team! Do you want to work with an exciting and ambitious company that allows you to be the ace of your own destiny? We would love to hear from you!

Description:

Maintain an assigned book of defined contribution plans.
Prepare (and/or review, based on experience) compliance testing pursuant to ERISA guidelines and IRS procedures.
Perform requested contribution allocations, including cross-tested nonelective allocations.
Perform additional required testing, such as Compensation Ratio Testing (414(s) Testing), General Testing (401(a)4)) etc.
Analyze plan documents and pro-actively recommend changes to accommodate client needs.
Provide quality support to the Client Service Team member to support inquiries from plan sponsor, advisors, and accountants. Give quality support with the plan sponsor, advisors, and accountant communication or calls, as support is needed.
Prepare (and/or review, based on experience) necessary government filings pursuant to IRS/DOL guidelines and requirements, included but not limited to Forms 5500, 5330, 8955-SSA.
Prepare asset reconciliations, including trust accounting, as necessary to prepare the government forms.

Qualifications required:
Ability to focus on the task at hand and maintain high level of attention to detail.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Proficient skills with Microsoft products, specifically Excel and Word.

Desired, but not required:
ASPPA or IRS industry specific designations or willingness to attain them.
Working knowledge of Pension Pro and ftWilliam.

About: AimPoint Pension is a retirement plan consulting firm with a single-minded goal: delivering a better client experience through a tailored approach to client service. Aimpoint Pension is a fast-paced, employee-empowered organization that strives to be the best consulting firm in the industry. We support our plan sponsor clients along with our advisor and CPA partners in every aspect of running the sponsor’s retirement plan. Additionally, we consult with our plan sponsors to promote the design and growth of a healthy retirement plan. We pride ourselves in supporting Americans on their path to a financially secure retirement. We are a team of more than 40 experts serving over 1,400 retirement plans across the states with assets exceeding $1.5 billion.

Why choose AimPoint Pension?

Life/Work Balance: At Aimpoint Pension, we know that our employees have lives outside of the day-to-day TPA world. As a result, we strive to provide life/work balance to our staff and to ensure that they take vacation time and have the flexibility to participate in or handle life moments as they come up. We consider our employees “professionals” and treat them as such.

Remote: We are a fully remote workforce and have been since the beginning. We excel in supporting a truly remote team.
Training: Training is imperative to success. In the retirement industry, there is always something more to learn. It is ever-changing with new laws and guidance regarding existing laws from the IRS/DOL. As a result, we seek out industry experts to perform custom training for our team and support training and credentialling opportunities through ASPPA and her sister organizations. Additionally, we perform in-house training with the support of our technical experts. We also perform interdepartmental training to support a better understanding of the global operations of a TPA. It will make you stronger as an industry expert and Aimpoint Pension an even better consulting firm.

Compensation and Benefits:
Our focus is creating superior client service while enabling our employees to create a life/work balance. We offer competitive salaries with incentives and quarterly bonuses.
Our comprehensive benefits package includes medical, dental, vision, life, a very generous PTO policy, a 401(k) with a fully vested company match, and education reimbursement.

To apply: When submitting, please include your salary requirements. References may be requested.

Contact: Mary Fox HR Director, maryf@theaimpointgroup.com
 

MILESTONE ACADEMY
Pre-K Teacher


Description: Monitors classroom while participating and keeping children engaged in fun and creative learning activities that will aid in their development.

· Constantly supervising children and ensuring safety protocols are met.
· Design and assist children with crafts.
· Adhere to teaching standards and safety regulations as established.
· Create and follow lesson plan as established.

Qualifications: High school Diploma, 1 year of childcare experience (preferred),

Optional Notes: We are seeking teachers that are nurturing, self-starters and energetic. This would be a wonderful opportunity for someone seeking to gain experience in early childhood education. As a pre-k teacher you will have the wonderful opportunity of preparing children for kindergarten.

Schedule: Full-Time or Part-Time available.

Contact Info: Wanda Henderson, Director Milestone Academy, 1205 Ashville Rd, Montevallo, AL 35115, 205-665-5437, Milestoneacademy@aol.com

US BANKRUPTCY COURT
Case Administrator


Opportunity: The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Alabama is accepting applications for a full-time case administrator.


Vacancy Announcement: 23-002
Position: Case Administrator
Location: Montgomery, Alabama
Position term: Full-time
Salary range: CL 24/25 ($41,368– $74,271) based upon qualifications and experience
Opening date: August 1, 2023
Closing date: August 14, 2023

 

Description: sing the court’s automated system, case administrators manage the progression of bankruptcy cases and adversary proceedings from opening to final disposition. The incumbent receives and reviews incoming documents for conformity with federal and local rules, collects appropriate filing fees, answers telephone inquiries, provides instructions on proper filing procedures and non-legal information, sends notice as required by federal and local rules, discharges and closes cases in accordance with established procedures, generates reports to monitor the progression of cases, and performs quality control on documents filed by external filers. The incumbent communicates regularly with court staff, attorneys, trustees, and other filers in person, by phone, and by email regarding case-related matters and receipts for and reviews documents received while working at the intake desk.
 

Qualifications: A degree from an accredited college or university is highly preferred; and familiarity with electronic case filing, especially the case management/electronic case filing (CM/ECF) system, is highly desirable. Additionally, the successful candidate must have two years of progressively responsible clerical or administrative experience, experience working in web-based environments, and data entry skills involving the use of automation and specialized terminology. The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate he or she can apply a body of rules, regulations, directives, or laws to a given scenario and must have good judgment with the ability to apply concepts to determine the appropriate action to be taken. He or she must have excellent computer skills with a demonstrated history of accuracy and quality assurance and must possess excellent proofreading skills and attention to detail. Additionally, he or she must possess exceptional verbal and written communication skills, must be dependable, and must demonstrate the ability to work independently. Finally, the successful candidate must be self-motivated; possess excellent organizational, interpersonal, team building, and analytical skills; possess tact, good judgment, and initiative; and always portray a professional appearance and demeanor.

Notes: The United States Bankruptcy Court is part of the Judicial Branch of the United States government. Employees are not part of the Office of Personnel Management’s civil service classifications or regulations and are classified as at will employees. This position is subject to mandatory electronic funds transfer participation for payment of net pay.
Benefits: Information about federal judiciary employee benefits and compensation can be found on the United States Courts website career page: http://www.uscourts.gov/Careers.aspx. Creditable service time in other federal agencies or the military will be added to judiciary employment.


To Apply: Qualified applicants must submit in a single PDF file the following documents in the order given:
1. a cover letter
2. a resume
3. Form AO78, Application for Judicial Branch Federal Employment, which is available at http://www.uscourts.gov/forms/AO78.pdf; and
4. a list of three professional references with current contact information.
Email packages to Ms. Henrietta Foster at henrietta_foster@almb.uscourts.gov.
 

Background Check: As a condition of employment, the successful candidate will be subject to a background investigation which includes FBI fingerprints. Employee retention depends upon a favorable determination of suitability. The United States Bankruptcy Court requires employees to adhere to a Code of Ethics and Conduct which is available to applicants upon request. Only the most qualified applicants will be considered for interviews. Applicants selected for interviews may be required to provide copies of official transcripts.

Contact: Henrietta Foster, HR Manager, (334) 954-3850, Henrietta_Foster@almb.uscourts.gov

AQUA TOTS SWIM SCHOOL

Front Desk Staff

Description: Aqua-Tots Swim Schools: Hoover (1694 Montgomery Hwy) is now interviewing Front Desk Staff candidates for our brand-new location opening in September. We are looking for fun, friendly, outgoing individuals who love working with children four months to 12 years old and are professional when working with adults.

Benefits: Meaningful work environment, flexible hours, summer & year-round positions, top-notch training and pay depending on experience.

Description: Responsible for new client registration/sales
Answer phones, respond to inquiries, take messages and conduct phone calls in a professional manner
Resolve client concerns using a professional approach
Greet parents and students as they report to the front desk. Check-in students on the attendance tracking system
Maintain cleanliness of the front desk area, changing areas, restrooms, and observation area
Greet everyone with a smile and make them feel at home!
Have intermediate level computer skills: Word, Excel and other software systems
Maintain a CURRENT Standard First-aid with CPR-C, AED Certification
 

Note: Background checks are required
Note: Pay rate/range per hour is dependent on experience.

To Apply: Qualified candidates may email their RESUME to the contact listed below. Additionally, you can find an APPLICATION form to fill out at https://www.aqua-tots.com/employment/.

Contact: Emma Cobb, Community Engagement Coordinator, Aqua-Tots Swim School, 1694 Montgomery Hwy, Hoover, AL 35216, 205-882-7776, hoovermarketing@aqua-tots.com, hooverinfo@aqua-tots.com
 


JULY 2023

 

WVTM TV
Producer


Opportunity: WVTM 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
 

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


Experience Requirements:
2 years producing experience
Creative presentation style
Experience in a newsroom, the ability to remain calm under pressure and knowledge of ENPS are pluses
Hearst Television is a proud supporter of military veterans. Related military training and experience will be considered.
Qualifications Requirements:

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
Education:

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

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

 

CENTRAL RESEARCH ASSOCIATES
Patient Recruiter (Clinical Research Office)


Central Research Associates, LLC is a dedicated clinical research facility that provides our sponsors with quality data from a company which excels at accelerated study start-up, rapid enrollment of qualified patients, and accurate execution of protocol requirements. Central Research Associates, LLC is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. In search of a patient recruiter for a clinical research office. Medical background and research experience are preferred, but not required. Applicant will serve as a liaison between clinical teams and participants with an emphasis on patient-based care.

Description:

Conduct telephone interviews
Review medical records
Schedule eligible patients for in-clinic visits
Exhibit excellent customer service and demonstrate effective spoken and written communication skills
Efficient in Microsoft Office and ability to learn/utilize company specific software
Read, comprehend, and communicate protocol requirements
Input data into patient information systems
Able to meet goals and deadlines
Multitask (ability to recruit for more than one study at a time)
Comply with HIPPA regulations
Work with a team and independently
Note: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. The employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Salary: $18.00 - $20.00 per hour
Benefits: Available for full-time employment
Work Location: In person

To Apply: Submit Resume: info@centraltrials.com

Contact: Shana Mulder, Patient Recruiter, Central Research Associates/Flourish Research Network, 2660 10th Avenue South, Building 1, Suite 735, Birmingham, AL 35205, Phone: (205) 327-1090, E-mail: smulder@flourishresearch.com (formerly shana.mulder@centraltrials.com)

 

WVTM TV
Executive Producer


Details: WVTM-TV is looking for an Executive Producer who can oversee fast-paced newscasts in an even faster ???paced news market. We need a driven, organized leader who can articulate a vision for their shows and lead a team towards the vision. The right candidate will be a leader who can develop multi-platform content that succeeds on air, on mobile, and on social media. Responsibilities include the ability to manage, coach, and motivate a team of producers, reporters, anchors, and photojournalists who are committed to excellence. The Executive Producer is responsible for the overall content of assigned newscasts, manages all aspects of breaking news, and social engagement. The right candidate must be a pro when it comes to effective communication and decision making under daily deadline pressure. You must have proven ability in making decisions based on strong ethics, a solid producing background, and a desire to win. You must be able to research, pitch, and gather enterprise news stories, as well. The Executive Producer will work on recruiting producers and work closely with the News Director to implement winning strategies for each newscast. The ideal candidate can handle Breaking News when it comes and, when it doesn???t, can still oversee a compelling product that delivers interesting and relevant content to our viewers. Overseeing the product is only one facet of the job. You must also be a coach and a leader with the communications skills to make those you supervise better.

Job Responsibilities:
Oversight of the preparation of a rundown and scripts for the newscasts
Oversight of the use of all our graphics resources to enhance our presentation
Coaching producers, reporters, and photojournalists
Responding to breaking news
Oversight of digital response to breaking news and social media engagement
Writing compelling news stories in active voice
Meeting deadlines
News gathering
Boothing newscasts when needed
Posting stories and video on website and on mobile
Leading editorial meetings and pitching enterprise stories in editorial meetings
Must perform administrative duties including scheduling, performance reviews, training and providing critical feedback.
Communicating effectively with news staff, promotions, and production/engineering
In-person attendance is required
 

Experience Requirements:
Minimum of three years producing experience.
Should have demonstrated experience in writing and be able to think visually.
Qualifications Requirements:

Have a strong sense of audience desires
Possess outstanding communication 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
Use of Adobe Premier editing system is a plus
Education:

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

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

PELL CITY SCHOOLS
Various Positions


The Pell City School System currently has job openings as listed below.

School Bus Drivers Transportation Department Until Filled
Contact: Shea White, Transportation Director
SALARY WILL BE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO SALARY SCHEDULE FOR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WHICH RANGES FROM $13,874.00 - $18,658.00. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

Special Education Teachers/Elementary and Secondary Until Filled
Contact: Jill Lackey, Director of Special Programs SALARY WILL BE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO SALARY SCHEDULE FOR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WHICH RANGES FROM $43,360.00 - $88,342.00. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

Secondary Math Teachers (Grades 7-12) Until Filled
Contact: Dr. Cory O’Neal/Holly Costello, Principals
SALARY WILL BE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO SALARY SCHEDULE FOR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WHICH RANGES FROM $43,360.00 - $88,342.00. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

Elementary Teachers System Wide Until Filled
Contact: Dr. Melissa Kelley/Jennifer Hannah/Latoya Threatt/Haley Williams/Rachel Spates, Principals
SALARY WILL BE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO SALARY SCHEDULE FOR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WHICH RANGES FROM $43,360.00 - $88,342.00. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

Contract Homebound Services Teacher System Wide Until Filled
Contact: Jill Lackey, Director of Special Programs
CONTRACT HOMEBOUD SERVICES TEACHER NOT TO EXCEED 20 HOURS PER WEEK. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JOB DESCRIPTION AND PAY IF DESIRED.

Speech Language Pathologist System Wide Until Filled
Contact: Jill Lackey, Director of Special Programs
SALARY WILL BE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO SALARY SCHEDULE FOR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WHICH RANGES FROM $43,360.00 - $88,342.00.

Special Education Para System Wide 7.5.2023
Contact: Jill Lackey, Director of Special Programs
SALARY WILL BE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO SALARY SCHEDULE FOR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WHICH RANGES FROM $19,149.00 - $25,478.00. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

RBT (Registered Behavior Technician) System Wide Until Filled
Contact: Jill Lackey, Director of Special Programs
SALARY WILL BE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO SALARY SCHEDULE FOR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WHICH RANGES FROM $19,289.00 - $25,665.00. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

Business Ed/Career Prep Teacher Pell City High School Until Filled
Contact: Holly Costello, Principal
SALARY WILL BE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO SALARY SCHEDULE FOR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WHICH RANGES FROM $43,360.00 - $88,342.00. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

12 Month Custodians System Wide Until Filled
Contact: Gary Mozingo, Maintenance Director
SALARY WILL BE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO SALARY SCHEDULE FOR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WHICH RANGES FROM $21,785.00 - $30,361.00. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

Contract Whole Child Coach Pell City High School Until Filled
Contact: Holly Costello, Principal/Laurie Funderburg, Curriculum Coordinator
CONTRACT WHOLE CHILD COACH (20 HOURS PER WEEK). CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR SALARY AND JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

Contract Bus Aides Transportation Until Filled
Contact: Shea White, Transportation Director
CONTRACT BUS AIDES. NOT TO EXCEED 6 HOURS PER DAY. CONTACT TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT FOR PAY AND JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

Contract Title 1 Interventionist Kennedy Elementary School Until Filled
Contact: Tonya Helms, Principal
CONTRACT TITLE 1 INTERVENTIONIST. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JOB DESCRIPTION AND PAY IF DESIRED.

Contract Instructional Coach Pell City High School Until Filled
Contact: Holly Costello, Principal
CONTRACT INSTRUCTIONAL COACH. NOT TO EXCEED 25 HOURS PER WEEK. CONTACT PRINCIPAL FOR JOB DESCRIPTION AND PAY IF DESIRED. MUST HOLD VALID TEACHING CERTIFICATE.

6.5 Hour Lunchroom Worker System Wide Until Filled
Contact: Andrew Clark, CNP Director
SALARY WILL BE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO SALARY SCHEDULE FOR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WHICH RANGES FROM $18,502.00 - $22,913.00. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

8 Hour Lunchroom Worker System Wide Until Filled
Contact: Andrew Clark, CNP Director
SALARY WILL BE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO SALARY SCHEDULE FOR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WHICH RANGES FROM $22,475.00 - $27,169.00. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

Title 1 Assistant Eden Elementary School Until Filled
Contact: Latoya Threatt, Principal
SALARY WILL BE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO SALARY SCHEDULE FOR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE WHICH RANGES FROM $18,237.00 - $24,265.00. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

School Social Worker
Contact: Jill Lackey, Director of Special Programs
SALARY WILL BE CALCULATED ACCORDING TO SALARY SCHEDULE FOR YEARS OF EXPERIENCE. CONTACT CENTRAL OFFICE FOR SALARY AND JOB DESCRIPTION IF DESIRED.

TO APPLY: https://www.pellcityschools.net/

Contact: James D Martin III, Ed.D., Superintendent , 3105 15th Avenue North, Pell City, Alabama 35125, PHONE 205-884-4440

WZDX FOX54 TV
Production Assistant-14739


WZDX FOX54 in beautiful Huntsville, Alabama is looking for a full-time Production Assistant who understands great production value and teamwork. This person will be performing a variety of technical and support functions in the executions of live newscasts, studio productions, remotes and on-air operations. We are looking for someone who is an innovator and leader. Must be willing to work evenings, weekends and holidays. The successful candidate should be highly reliable and have effective communication skills. The PA position is an excellent opportunity for candidates looking to start a career in television, video production, journalism and digital content creation. Several previous Production Assistants have had the opportunity to move into reporting and producing.

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

 

Qualifications:

Work or school related experience is helpful
Computers skills are essential
Working knowledge of cameras, audio and video editing software is a plus
Must be dependable, flexible in terms of scheduling, a team player and work well under pressure
Travel: Rarely: less than 10%
Work Environment Set: Office: normally performed in a typical interior/office environment
Physical Demands Set: Sedentary work: Involves sitting most of the time; walking, lifting, bending, standing, etc.

To Apply:
http://www.jobs.net/j/JEBDJYql?jobdetails=true
Apply Online URL:
http://www.jobs.net/j/JEBDJYql

Contact:  Charles Knowles at cknowles@tegna.com
 

AMFIRST
Social Media Coordinator


To Apply:

https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2frecruiting.ultipro.com%2fAME1057AFFCU%2fJobBoard%2f2b935fe9-2384-

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Contact: Daniel Holmes, Brand Management Officer
Phone: 205-320-4150, Email: danielh@amfirst.org, 1200 4th Ave N Birmingham, AL 35203


VALLIS MENTAL HEALTH
LPC Counselors/Therapists


Vallis Mental Health located in Madison, AL is excitedly looking to add fully licensed clinicians/counselors/therapists (LPC, LISCW, and LMFT) to our clinical team.

The position is salaried with benefits.

 

To Apply: Indeed Job Posting:
https://www.indeed.com/viewjob?cmp=Vallis-Mental-Health&t=Mental%20Health%20Technician&jk=ac102d6d9d21765b&q=mental%20health%20counselor&vjs=3
 

Contact: Lydia Nave, Lydia.Nave@VallisLLC.org

TTL ENGINEERING
Environmental Professional (Entry Level)

About: Founded in 1964, TTL is an engineering design firm focused on delivering integrated infrastructure solutions for public and private clients. From site and corridor selection to due diligence, design, and
construction services, TTL is a trusted partner providing single-sourced custom solutions for complex infrastructure development. With over 400 team members, TTL provides civil design, surveying, geotechnical engineering, environmental consulting and remediation, and materials testing/inspection/observation.  At TTL, we are driven to serve our clients, driven to serve our communities, and driven to serve our people.
TTL not only provides a great work/life balance, but we provide excellent employee benefits such as a robust health & dental plan, vision, 401(k), flexible spending accounts, and generous paid time off (PTO)
accrual. For more information, please go to www.ttlusa.com.


Description:  Entry-Level Environmental Professional— Birmingham, Montgomery and Tuscaloosa, AL
An Environmental Professional with TTL is given the opportunity to work on a wide variety of project types and teams providing an opportunity to explore varying interests and develop passions. We have teams
working collaboratively on multi-discipline projects across the Southeast. The ideal candidate must have excellent communication skills to pair with a strong technical background.
Duties and responsibilities: Provide technical field support & reporting on various environmental projects such as:
Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments
Assist and conduct environmental surveys, wetland delineations, habitat assessments, biological monitoring
Construction stormwater monitoring and reporting
NPDES, SID, UIC, RCRA permit applications and compliance assistance
 

Qualifications:
B.S. in Environmental Science, Biology, Geology, Engineering or related field
0-3 years’ experience
Strong interest in conducting biological surveys and natural resource management
Must be able to work independently as well as in a team environment
Must be able to work in all types of weather and field conditions
Ability for overnight travel (>50%)
Ability to develop and maintain professional relationships
 

Job Type: Full-time.  This position is subject to a pre-employment drug and motor vehicle record check.

Location: Tuscaloosa, Birmingham or Montgomery office.
Salary: The salary is negotiable depending on experience/qualifications. The range for the position is: $45,000-$50,000.

Link to website: https://www.ttlusa.com/
To Apply: https://www.ttlusa.com/join-our-team/

Contact: Ashley Thomas, Recruiting Coordinator, 205.343.0623, 2890 Rice Mine Road NE Tuscaloosa, AL 35406
ashley.thomas@ttlusa.com

SHERI L HOBLE, CPA
Administrative Assistant

 

Opportunity: We are seeking an Administrative Assistant who will provide support to the legal team all while working remotely. A successful candidate will be highly collaborative and dedicated to providing high-quality administrative support to relevant
team members, flexible and adaptable, with excellent writing skills and unwavering attention to detail. The candidate must be highly trustworthy and exercise impeccable discretion when handling sensitive information and topics.
 

Description:
Draft documents for attorney review including correspondence
Schedule depositions, appointments and meetings
Fax, mail, copy and scan documents
Scan data into document management database
Review daily mail updates and manage status on claims
Gather, organize and update client files with pertinent information for claim
Maintain firm calendar including scheduling deadlines and appointments.
 

Qualifications:
Ability to make decisions, Cooperative, and supportive relationships with peers, superiors, and internal clients.
Strong familiarity with word processing software and spreadsheets, including Microsoft WORD, EXCEL, and Google Docs.
Ability to quickly learn new software functions and features for supporting processes. Excellent analytical skills.
Superior organization, attention to detail, and interpersonal/ communication skills, including strong writing skills.
 

Compensation:
$20.00/Hour Performance-primarily based bonuses
Medical and dental coverage after 90 days.

Contact: Sheri L Hoble, CPA, (619) 754-7303, Sheri@sherihoblecpa.com

GIRL SCOUTS
Recruiter


Opportunity: Now hiring for Girl Empowerment Champion (Recruiter).  Do you love to tell a great story? How would you like to help girls achieve their goals in life? Girl Scouts of North-Central Alabama is looking for a Girl Empowerment Champion (recruiter) to educate girls and their parents about what Girl Scouts can do for them. Help us tell the story of Girl Scouting and the many benefits it brings to our girls and our communities. The right candidate is an outgoing, self-motivated, energetic, team player who loves getting know people and sharing an amazing opportunity with them. Join us and use creative skills in not taking no for answer to identify new community settings to spread the word about Girl Scouts. Our Champions attend and host events across their designated territory, identify new girl members and prospects, and find new leaders. If you would love to hold a Unicorn Party or helps us teach a girl to be Brave and Strong, this is the organization for you!
 

Description:
Increase membership of girls and adults for Girl Scouts NCA in designated territories
Identify and seek new member prospects across a broad and diverse population
Generate leads for potential new members
Establish, develop, and maintain collaborative relationships with organizations and leaders to secure opportunities
Meet and exceed recruitment goals by developing effective recruitment plans and holding recruitment events
Utilize branded marketing information to spread the knowledge about Girl Scouts and its benefits
Work with all Council departments to ensure the effective delivery of recruitment strategies and new member placement
Ensure Girl Scouting is open to all girls and adults by delivering the Girl Scouts message of pluralism and diversity to community groups, organizations, and other constituencies within the council.
Assess community needs and opportunities for support by exploring neighborhoods and communities within assigned territory
Raise public awareness in the community on issues related to girls; serve as an advocate for girls and issues related to girls
Network to build contacts, collaborations, and fund-raising in the community
Inspire others and ensure outstanding customer service at all levels
Foster and cultivate a diverse, inclusive, and supportive environment for volunteers and colleagues
Assist in the cultivation of community organizations to identify funding and volunteer recruitment opportunities and collaborative partnership opportunities
 

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree preferred although equivalent work experience will be considered
Engaging and entertaining presentation skills; ability to make new friends is vital
Strong desire to champion girl ambition and enable girl success
Previous sales experience strongly encouraged
Previous experience recruiting volunteers or members a plus
Ability to organize your time and utilize technology to enable success
This position requires an average of 2-4 work evenings per week during peak recruitment season and extensive travel within the designated territory. Some weekends and overnight travel may occur
Must maintain a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance and have access to a vehicle

Contact: Mary Elizabeth Diab, mdiab@girlscoutsnca.org

MADISON CITY SCHOOLS
School Counselor


Opportunity: Madison City Schools is hiring an additional school counselor at Columbia Elementary School.

See more information here and apply online: https://ats1.atenterprise.powerschool.com/ats/job_

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FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER OF ALABAMA
Mental Health Clinician


Opportunity: The Family Guidance Center of Alabama have two openings for an in-person mental health clinician at our Montgomery campus. Perspective candidates must be fully licensed or licensed eligible as a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, or Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in Alabama. Clinic hours are Monday-Friday.

 

Description of duties: Individual Counseling, Couple Counseling, Family Counseling, Clinical Assessment, Group Counseling, Community Outreach, Supervised Visitation

Qualifications: Master’s Degree from an accredited graduate program in a mental health related field. Candidates must be license eligible or possess a LPC, LMFT, or LICSW in Alabama. Applicants must possess public speaking skills, experience with Microsoft suite of products, and skill in using Electronic Health Record software.

 

This position offers PTO, sick leave, health insurance, dental insurance, And a 401(k) plan.

 

Contact: La Tresia Berry, lharrell@familyguidancecenter.org

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
Senior Stake Holder Relationship Tax Consultant External


Employment opportunities at the IRS: Please use link below to register.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/irs-senior-revenue-agent-virtual-information-session-tickets-658064838647?aff=OTAB
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/irs-appeals-officer-virtual-information-session-tickets-658090264697?aff=OTAB
https://www.usajobs.gov/job/731483600

Contact: Jamey Magee, Human Resource Specialist/Recruiting Agent Talent Acquisition Strategic Talent Analytics & Recruitment Solutions (STARS)
801-612-4693, Jamey.L.Magee@irs.gov
IRS Careers: www.jobs.irs.gov, irs.usajobs.gov


JONES COUNSELING SERVICES
Licensed Counselor


Opportunity: Jones Counseling Services, a private practice located in Vestavia Hills, AL is seeking applicants to add a provider. This position is a contract position. Applicants must hold full licensure in the state of Alabama. Counselors who are paneled with major insurances are preferred but not required.  If you are looking for an option of a flexible schedule, competitive pay, assistance with client referrals, access to our EHR (electronic health record) system, furnished office space, credentialing support, billing and administrative support, and an environment of care, support and positivity this could be a great fit for you! The office suite is also equipped with a playroom for play therapy, for therapists who work with children.

To Apply: please send your resume to amanda@jonescounselingservicesllc.com
 

Contact: Amanda Jones, M.Ed., LPC, NCC, RPT, amanda@jonescounselingservicesllc.com
 


JUNE 2023


HOOVER HIGH SCHOOL
School Counselor


Opportunity: Hoover High School is looking for enthusiastic school counseling applicants for a 10-month school counseling position. Please apply on Teach in Alabama by June 1st.

Contact: Alfreda Brown, Ed.D., HCS Lead Counselor, School Counselor, Class of 2026, Hoover High School, 205-439-1324, albrown@hoover.k12.al.us
 

CENTRAL ALABAMA WELLNESS
Personal Care Worker


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.

This position is located in Montevallo, Alabama.

To Apply: Contact Raven Moss at rmoss@Centralalabamawellness.org or at 205-688-0859.

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

APT RESEARCH
Chemist


Employment Type: Full Time
Location: Huntsville, AL, US

Description: APT Research is hiring a Chemist in Huntsville, AL with the potential to work a hybrid schedule. This position will include a variety of tasks related to chemistry and explosives chemistry safety. The person will guide efforts to advise on safety production of MESO (Marshall Enriched Storable Oxidizer) or Nitrogen Tetroxide. The person will assist with data analysis, technical writing, training, and other chemistry-related tasks.
APT is an employee-owned engineering services company specializing in conducting safety analyses for the U.S. Government. APT offers competitive salaries, advancement opportunities that match your professional development interest, and excellent benefits including being voted as the best place for working parents. Our employees are owners, each share in the commitment to deliver safe, reliable, and innovative Analysis, Planning, & Test Solutions and services that exceed expectations, build employee pride of ownership, and optimize shareholder value.  Note: This position will not involve handling explosives directly.

Qualifications:
Master of Science (MS) degree from an accredited college or university in chemistry or chemical engineering
5-10 years' experience in a related position
Excellent technical writing/editing skills
Security Clearance Requirement: (applicants selected for positions requiring a Security Clearance will be subject to a security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information)
Must be able to obtain a Secret clearance.
Applicant must be a US citizen.

Preferred Experience:
Experience in chemistry safety
Knowledge of data analysis
Design of experiments

Essential Job Functions:
Requires ability to provide clear, concise, accurate, and timely communication, both verbally and written
Ability to interact professionally with coworkers, management, and customers
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision, make rational decisions, and to exercise good judgement
Work attire must be appropriate for the position and must not impose a safety risk / hazard to the employee or others

To Apply: https://linkprotect.cudasvc.com/url?a=https%3a%2f%2faptresearch.applicantpro.com%2fjobs%2f2912366.html&c=E,1,HBm3NTGnhpo7B0WHdMhnP_kQcXjHAYB-xay0aVVHCmjAm7PZlQk2xv81fS3lL0jmH-KwTBTkm82j1wEOJ4tXHo4c9Ta5um9-K42rkt3JtA,,&typo=1

JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOLS
Several Positions


Jackson County Board of Education announces the following vacancies. Applications should be submitted through the Teach in Alabama Website. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

Various school locations (Elementary, Middle, High school) in Jackson County have positions in a variety of areas:

Principals
Elementary Teachers
Pre-K Teachers
Secondary Teachers (History)
Secondary Teachers (Science)
Special Education
PE Teacher
Coach
Secretary
Lunchroom Worker
Bus Drivers
Custodian

Vacancies are posted at each Jackson County Board of Education location. Vacancies are also posted on the Jackson County website, www.jacksonk12.org.

Interested students can apply at: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/728363400
The vacancy application will be open from May 30th, 2023 – June 5th, 2023. For more information, please contact the agency
contact provided on the application site

 

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

ALA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
Speech-Language Pathologist / Health and Clinical Services


BASIC QUALIFICATIONS
· Minimum of Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited college or university.
· Professional licensure through the Alabama Board of Examiners in Speech Pathology and Audiology (ABESPA.)
· Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP) from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). A Clinical Fellowship Year applicant may be considered.
· Experience with current trends in speech-language pathology diagnostics and therapeutic practices.
· Exceptional communication skills.
· Ability to multi-task, manage projects, and achieve multiple deadlines.
· Ability to work independently, exercising discretion and good judgment.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
· Experience with sign language and working with deaf/hard-of-hearing students preferred.
· Knowledge of current trends in the education of deaf and hard-of-hearing students such as bilingual communication desired.
· Knowledge of various types of amplification (including hearing aids, cochlear implants, FM systems, etc.) desired.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES
· Evaluate students’ speech and language skills for IEP development.
· Develop and implement speech and language IEP goals that address each student’s needs including but not limited to articulation, expressive/receptive language, listening, signing, phonemic awareness/reading, fluency, vocabulary, social and pragmatic skills, etc.
· Prepare evaluation reports, progress reports, therapy notes, lesson plans, etc. in a timely manner.
· Schedule individual and small group therapy as stated in the IEP.
· Maintain accurate records.
· Counsel families and classroom teachers regarding students’ communication needs, strategies for improving skills, etc.
· Work closely with and maintain positive relationships with classroom teachers, Audiology staff and other disciplines (as appropriate).
· Demonstrate professionalism in communication, judgment and writing skills.
· Demonstrate organizational skills, flexibility and advocacy for deaf and hard-of-heard of hearing students.
· Develop competency in the use and maintenance of various types of amplification (including hearing aids, cochlear implants, FM systems, etc.). Educate students and staff as needed.
· Participate in professional development workshops, conventions and in-service training.
· A sign language proficiency level of SURVIVAL PLUS according to the AIDB evaluation system must be obtained within the first twelve (12) months of employment; INTERMEDIATE within the first twenty- four (24) months; and ADVANCED within the first thirty-six(36) month

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

SALARY (187 Days) $52,739 - $68,827 Scale I1 Rank 1T (MA – Class A)
$56,145 - $72,734 Scale I1 Rank AA (AA Certification)

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

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

ALA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
Speech-Language Pathologist / Health and Clinical Services


Serving primarily at the Helen Keller School of Alabama

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS
· Minimum of Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from an accredited college or university.
Professional licensure through the Alabama Board of Examiners in Speech Pathology and Audiology (ABESPA.)
· Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC-SLP) from the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association (ASHA). A Clinical Fellowship Year applicant may be considered.
· Experience with current trends in speech-language pathology diagnostics and therapeutic practices.
· Exceptional communication skills.
· Ability to multi-task, manage projects, and achieve multiple deadlines.
· Ability to work independently, exercising discretion and good judgment.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
· Experience in working with children with complex communication needs such as deaf/hard-of-hearing, blind/visually-impaired, deaf-blind, developmental delay, intellectual disability, autism spectrum disorders, and augmentative communication devices users preferred.
· Knowledge of various types of communication devices (including various augmentative communication device systems, hearing aids, cochlear implants, FM systems, etc.) desired.

POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES
· Evaluate students’ communication skills for IEP development.
· Develop and implement communication IEP goals that address each student’s needs. Prepare evaluation reports, progress reports, therapy notes, lesson plans, etc. in a timely manner.
· Schedule individual and small group therapy as stated in the IEP.
· Maintain accurate records.
· Counsel families and classroom teachers regarding students’ communication needs, strategies for improving skills, etc.
· Work closely with and maintain positive relationships with classroom teachers.
· Collaborate with Audiology and RISE Autism staff and other disciplines (OT, PT, Behavior Specialists, etc.) as appropriate.
· Demonstrate professionalism in communication, judgment, and writing skills.
· Demonstrate organizational skills, flexibility, and advocacy for deaf and hard-of-heard of hearing students.
· Develop competency in the use and maintenance of various types of equipment (including AAC devices, hearing aids, cochlear implants, FM systems, etc.). Educate students and staff as needed.
· Participate in professional development workshops, conventions, and in-service training.
· A sign language proficiency level of SURVIVAL PLUS according to the AIDB evaluation system must be obtained within the first twelve (12) months of employment and INTERMEDIATE PLUS within the first thirty-six (36) months.
· Must complete a Deaf-Blind Multi-Disabilities e-learning course within the first TWELVE (12) months of employment.

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

SALARY (187 Days) $52,739 - $68,827 Scale I1 Rank 1T (MA – Class A)
$56,145 - $72,734 Scale I1 Rank AA (AA Certification)

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

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

BREWER PORCH CHILDRENS CENTER
Mental Health Professional/Therapist


The University of Alabama posted the following job opportunities for Brewer-Porch Children's Center. Log onto https://careers.ua.edu/jobs/search/health-care-social-services-jobs or https://bpcc.ua.edu/ for more information.

Mental Health Professional II - BPCC Therapist - 519547 / Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States
CCHS / Health Care / Social Services / Regular Full-time (Benefits eligible) / Pay Grade/Pay Range: Based on Qualifications

Job Summary: 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.

Required Minimum Qualifications: Master's degree in a mental health related field. Two years of mental health experience. Licensure in the state of Alabama.

Additional Required Department Minimum Qualifications: Must be able to perform crisis intervention techniques.

Must have valid U.S. driver's license. Must be at least 19 years of age at time of hire and have an acceptable Motor Vehicle Report that is in compliance with University policies. Applicants under the age of 21 will have some driving restrictions.

Final candidates who are not current Brewer-Porch Children's Center employees must submit to and successfully pass a post-offer drug screen. Must successfully complete the Alabama Department of Mental Health mandated training for the Child and Adolescent Needs Assessment (CANS) tool.

Skills and Knowledge: Desire to exemplify the core values and mission of the organization, always exercising utmost discretion, diplomacy and tact in patient/staff interactions. Willingness to learn and consistently deliver patient centered high quality customer friendly service. Understanding of the need for strict confidentially of protected health information and the requirement to follow HIPAA regulations at all times. Punctual and reliable.

Background Investigation Statement: Prior to hiring, the final candidate(s) must successfully pass a pre-employment background investigation and information obtained from social media and other internet sources. A prior conviction reported as a result of the background investigation DOES NOT automatically disqualify a candidate from consideration for this position. A candidate with a prior conviction or negative behavioral red flags will receive an individualized review of the prior conviction or negative behavioral red flags before a hiring decision is made.

BREWER PORCH CHILDRENS CENTER
Program Coordinator / Outpatient Day Treatment


The University of Alabama posted the following job opportunities for Brewer-Porch Children's Center. Log onto https://careers.ua.edu/jobs/search/health-care-social-services-jobs or https://bpcc.ua.edu/ for more information.

Program Coordinator - Outpatient Day Treatment - 519541 / Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States
CCHS / Health Care / Social Services / Program Coordination / Regular Full-time (Benefits eligible) / Pay Grade/Pay Range: Based on Qualifications
Department/Organization: 208188 - BP Outpatient Day Treatment Program

Job Summary: The Program Coordinator for BPCC serves as the residential or day-treatment administrator and clinical supervisor for multiple service areas within their designated program(s).

Additional Department Summary: The Program Coordinator operates as an administrator and provides clinical supervision for the Outpatient Day Treatment and Adolescent Adaptive Skills Treatment Programs at Brewer Porch Children's Center (BPCC). This position is an essential member of the BPCC Senior Leadership Team, and is responsible for oversight of daily programming activities, and ensures clients are provided mental health services in an efficient, effective, appropriate manner. Oversees treatment plan development, documentation, and implementation; assists with training administration for clinical and non-clinical personnel.

The Program Coordinator reports to the Clinical Director; due to the nature of this position within the education team, some position duties will also be supervised by the Education Manager. Continuous and inclusive collaboration with both the Education Manager and Clinical Director is an essential function of this position.

Required Minimum Qualifications: Master's Degree in Social Work, Counseling, or related mental health field from an accredited institution of higher education. Two years of post-master's supervised mental health experience working with children and adolescents. Must be able to work outside of normal work hours. Able to successfully complete health screening after offer of employment has been made.

Additional Required Department Minimum Qualifications: Must have a valid state of Alabama license to practice independently.

Must have valid U.S. driver's license. Must be at least 19 years of age at time of hire and have an acceptable Motor Vehicle Report that is in compliance with University policies. Applicants under the age of 21 will have some driving restrictions.

All applicants who are not currently employed by Brewer-Porch Children's Center must pass a post-offer pre-employment drug screen. Must successfully complete the Alabama Department of Mental Health mandated training for the Child and Adolescent Needs Assessment (CANS) tool.

Background Investigation Statement: Prior to hiring, the final candidate(s) must successfully pass a pre-employment background investigation and information obtained from social media and other internet sources. A prior conviction reported as a result of the background investigation DOES NOT automatically disqualify a candidate from consideration for this position. A candidate with a prior conviction or negative behavioral red flags will receive an individualized review of the prior conviction or negative behavioral red flags before a hiring decision is made.

KRATOS DEFENSE
Project Accountant


KRATOS SRE, Inc. (Southern Research Engineering), a division of Kratos Defense & Rocket Support Services, Inc., seeks a PROJECT ACCOUNTANT for our Birmingham, Alabama, research and development laboratories.


Description: This position is responsible for providing financial support to the Kratos SRE business unit. The support will include, but is not limited to, all project related accounting processes. This classification focuses on expanding working knowledge of accounting processes and procedures. The position will work on problems / issues of moderate scope and complexity, and exercise judgment within defined procedures and practices.
Prepares, analyzes, and reviews financial statements using accounting principles.
Records, classifies, and summarizes financial transactions and events in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
Use of various software applications is required. Deltek Costpoint experience is preferred.
Oversee the financial aspects of projects as they progress through their life cycle.
Prepare invoices for contracts and grants; follow up on accounts receivable and resolve accounting issues and discrepancies.
Assist assigned departments with implementation of annual budgeting process to include but not limited to the forecasting of revenue, labor, expenses, and capital requirements.
Provide required support and documentation to internal and external auditors related to financial and other audits.
Keep abreast of laws and regulations that apply to a particular staff function or field of professional expertise to maintain up-to-date compliance.
Provide daily operational support for all topics of messaging, directory services and application virtualization technologies, including system administration and mobility.
Keeps records of account entries by compiling and analyzing accounting activities.
Prepares reports such as balance sheets, profit and loss statements, and other documents that project the organization's financial position.
Reviews financial statements for completeness, accuracy, and compliance.
Oversees accounting operations, or a complex segment of the accounting function.
Coordinates accounting matters with other departments.
Utilizes knowledge of the fundamental doctrines, theories, principles, and terminology of accountancy.
Analyzes the effects of transactions upon account relationships.
Evaluates alternative means of treating transactions.
Ensures the adequacy of the accounting system as the basis for reporting to management.
Interprets the meaning of accounting records, reports, and statements.
Advises management on accounting matters.
Readies and maintains financial and business transactions, applying accounting principles, that include work that is analytical, evaluative, and advisory in nature and that requires an understanding of both accounting theory and practice.
 

Qualifications:
US Citizenship required.
Must be able to obtain/maintain security clearance at a level equivalent to Department of Defense (DOD) SECRET
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or relevant discipline.
4 years direct experience working with basic accounting principles, concepts, terminology, billing, A/R, project accounting.
Knowledge of financial compliance requirements.
Advanced knowledge of Excel.
Ability to learn and leverage new process related technologies.
Project accounting experience.
Performs work under direct supervision.
 

Preferred Qualifications:
Deltek/CostPoint experience
Experience with accounting for U.S. Government contracts and grants desirable.
CPA/CMA or PMP with project accounting experience.
Kratos develops and fields transformative, affordable systems, platforms and products for national security and communications needs. Kratos is changing the way breakthroughs are brought rapidly to these markets through proven commercial technology approaches, including proactive research and streamlined development processes. Kratos is focused in areas where tech advances can have a force multiplier effect, such as unmanned systems, satellite communications, C5ISR, warfighter training and combat systems.

To apply: http://mypjobs.com/j/s.cfm/8A7

Contact: Jeffrey Cole, Jeffrey.Cole@kratosdefense.com

McMILLAN & ASSOCIATES
Executive Asst/Office Manager


(Unique Opportunity)

Solo Practitioner George McMillan Jr. of the firm McMillan Associates in Birmingham, Alabama wishes to hire a recent college graduate with a degree in liberal arts or business who would be interested in serving as his Executive Assistant and Office Manager. George McMillan has a unique law practice consisting of several interesting initiatives. This position would be a great opportunity for someone who is interested in public affairs, politics, and marketing. It is essential that the candidate possesses excellent composition skills and is willing to work non-traditional hours.

 

To Apply: please send a resume and a recent photograph to georgemcmillanjr@gmail.com. This position will offer a competitive salary and benefits.  For more information on George McMillan, Jr. and McMillan Associates, visit mcmillanassociates.net.

Contact: George D. H. McMillan, Jr., President, Attorney at Law, Registered Mediator | georgemcmillanjr@gmail.com | The Farley Building, 1929 Third Avenue North, Suite 900, Birmingham, AL 35203 | 205.324.6881 ext. 104

 


MAY 2023

 

CATALYST/REACH/WOMEN'S BUSINESS CENTER
Outreach Specialist/Intern


Opportunity: REACH WBC helps women start and grow small businesses in central and south Alabama through a cooperative agreement with the Small Business Administration.  We are opening internships for the summer!

 

Mission: The Catalyst Center serves entrepreneurs and small business owners in every stage of business. We aim to provide best-in-class coaching, in-demand services, and relevant programs to foster the success of small businesses.
Job Purpose: The Outreach Specialist assists in managing and protecting the relationship between The Catalyst and its most important stakeholders---our clients, our volunteers, and our coaches. This role is dedicated to supporting a student’s educational journey, and special projects for portfolio/resume building are encouraged.

Description:
Client Relations:
• Practices radical hospitality to all guests through virtual and in person interactions
• Develops a good understanding of all Catalyst programs
• Develops a good understanding of all Catalyst Policies and Procedures.
Program and Administrative Support:
• Assists in answering phones and emails and assisting clients with questions and next steps
• Assists with A/V needs for programming.
• Assists with Catalyst Podcast – schedules recordings and coordinates posting and distributions.
• Assists with special conferences, summits, workshops, meetings, certifications, workforce events
and all other activities associated with the clients
• Participates in collection of client feedback on programs and collection of economic impact data
for grant reporting purposes
• Assist with meeting set up and take down to include safety protocols
• Completes tasks for small business resource development.
• Takes on research as directed.

Qualifications:

Education/Experience:
• High School graduate, college student
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, scheduling software, and email required.
Communication:
• Ability to communicate well—listening, verbal, and written mediums.
• Ability to communicate with co-workers, clients, vendors, and others in a courteous and
professional manner
• Ability to deal with a diverse group of external callers and visitors as well as internal contacts
• Commitment to keeping management informed of activities and any significant problems
Skills:
• Ability to work independently with accountability for accurate and complete results
• Extremely organized and exceptionally detailed-oriented
• Works well both independently and in a team environment
• Energetic in a fast-paced work environment
• Able to analyze information and respond appropriately
• Capable of performing mathematical calculations
• Ability to manage time wisely and prioritize tasks
• Ability to multi-task in a pleasant manner and work well under pressure
Attributes:
• Motivated to improve processes, procedures, and the work environment
• Professional appearance and manner
• Desire and ability to learn
• Well organized and detail oriented
• Honest and trustworthy
• Self-Starter
• Strong work ethic, self-motivated, dependable, respectful, flexible, and positive.

Notes: $12/hour.  Regular Catalyst hours are 9 am-5pm, Monday-Friday; Schedule determined upon hire, some remote
days available.

To Apply: Submit resume to: austin.bullock@catalystcenter.org.

Contact: Austin Goble, MPA, Director, REACH Women’s Business Center, The Catalyst Center for Business and Entrepreneurship, 620 2nd Avenue North, Clanton, AL 35045, M 256.275.0120 W 256.428.8190, E austin.bullock@catalystcenter.org, W www.catalystcenter.org
 

JBS MENTAL HEALTH

Children's Services Department

Opportunity: Open positions that we have available in our Children's Services department.

1. Magic City Acceptance Academy - therapist to work at the school with the students. Looking for applicants who have good knowledge of LGTBQ+ community.

2. Children's Mobile Crisis Team - positions include Team Leaders, Team Members, Phone Triage Staff and Care Coordinator. Unit will work with youth involved with DHR who are having mental health crisis. The Unit's job will be to help de-escalate crisis, maintain placement, and reduce need for acute/ED care.

3. Trauma Therapist - need therapist with knowledge and experience working with children with trauma

To Apply: All of our positions are posted on our website - www.jbsmentalhealth.com

Contact: Robbyn G. Lawson, LICSW PIP, Director of Children's Services, JBS Mental Health, 956 Montclair Road, Birmingham, AL 35213, 205-443-2224, rlawson@jbsmha.com

 

WVTM 13 TV
Creative Services Intern


Opportunity: WVTM 13's Creative Services department is responsible for the branding and promotional development of the station. The intern will gain a general understanding of how a television Creative Services department runs. They will learn the fundamentals of writing and producing effective topical promotion for WVTM 13.

Description: Interns will learn to: Understand the fundamentals of writing and producing effective news topical promotion.
Explore broadcast and digital marketing and learn the responsibilities of the Creative Services Department.
Gain production experience on promotional and commercial shoots, both in-house and on location.
Observe unlimited newscasts and editing sessions. ??? Draft topical copy for WVTM 13 and for as well as other special news segments. ??? Gain an understanding of WVTM's commitment to the community through PSA production.
Apply writing and communication skills in a professional environment.

To Apply: Please visit careers.htv.hearst.com;  cover letter is required with the following information: Available start and end dates and Days and hours available to work

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


WOODVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
Football Coach


Description: Establish and implement objectives and activities for instruction of students. Maintain a classroom environment conducive to effective learning with the limits of the resources provided by the district. Take all necessary and reasonable precautions to protect students, equipment, materials, and facilities. Establish and maintain cooperative relations with students, parents, and school personnel.

Qualifications: B.S. degree with proper state of Alabama Certification

To Apply: Jackson County Board of Education announces this vacancy. Applications should be submitted through the Teach in Alabama Website. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Vacancies are posted at each Jackson County Board of Education location. Vacancies are also posted on the Jackson County website, www.jacksonk12.org.

Contact: Jackson County Board of Education P.O. Box 490 Scottsboro, AL 35768 (256) 259-9500

FLAT ROCK SCHOOL
Principal


Description: Provide effective leadership in planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating the instructional program. Interpret and enforce federal, state, and local board policies. Assist in recruiting, screening, selecting, and assigning of the school’s staff. Assist in securing, maintaining, and managing material resources. Prepare and administer the school budget and submit all required reports to Superintendent’s office. Assume responsibility for scheduling. Ensure students receive appropriate placement and services. Plan and accomplish personal professional growth and demonstrate professional ethics. Demonstrate proficiency in written and oral communication. Provide professional opportunities for staff. Communicate and clarify the school’s mission to students, staff, and the community. Provide a safe, orderly environment that facilitates teaching and learning. Provide a climate of high expectations for staff and students. Supervise, observe, and evaluate teachers and staff. Confer and cooperate with central office personnel. Responsible for supervision of all school-related activities. Exhibit positive human-relations skills. Any and other essential functions assigned by the Superintendent or his/her designee.

Qualifications: Certification as Educational Administration

To Apply: Jackson County Board of Education announces this vacancy. Applications should be submitted through the Teach in Alabama Website. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled. Vacancies are posted at each Jackson County Board of Education location. Vacancies are also posted on the Jackson County website, www.jacksonk12.org.

Contact: Jackson County Board of Education P.O. Box 490 Scottsboro, AL 35768 (256) 259-9500

 


APRIL 2023

 

UNIVERSITY OF MONTEVALLO
Admissions Counselor


Description: Assist and advise current and prospective students in the admissions process. Recruit prospective high school and community college students to the University of Montevallo (UM). Establish and maintain relationships with counselors and provide relevant knowledge in regard to UM.

Qualifications: The educational requirement for this position is: Bachelor’s Degree
Knowledge of basic computer skills and programs (Microsoft, PowerPoint, excel, etc.);
Ability to work with RECRUIT CRM, BANNER and ARGOS;
Excellent customer service skills;
Knowledge of Montevallo’s campus, faculty, employees and colleges;
Knowledge of the admissions process;
Ability to communicate effectively and appropriately via email or telephone;
Ability to organize and manage time wisely;
Ability to multitask job duties and assignments.

To Apply: https://jobs.montevallo.edu/postings/7736

Contact: Kacie Kilpatrick, University of Montevallo, Director of Recruitment, 205-665-6046, kkilpat2@montevallo.edu

BUFFALO ROCK
Job Fair


We are excited to announce that Buffalo Rock will be having an onsite job fair at our Lakeshore Campus on Saturday, May 6th, 2023 from 830am-12pm. We will conduct open interviews for Account Merchandisers and Class A CDL Delivery Merchandisers, but are primarily focusing on seasonal summer helpers. These positions are best suited for Juniors and Seniors 17 or older looking for temporary employment during the summer while school is not in session.

We are looking forward to this event to connect with amazing talent!  Interviews will be conducted, and on-the-spot job offer may be made during this event. “Start a Career that Rocks!”

Contact: Casey Collins | Franchise Employee Experience Leader – Human Resources | Buffalo Rock–Pepsi | 800 Lakeshore Parkway. Birmingham, AL 35211 | buffalorock.com | CCollins@buffalorock.com

 

PROGRESSIVE HEALTH
Athletic Trainers and More


Opportunity: Progressive Health is currently looking for Athletic Trainers, Prevention Specialists, and Intake Coordinators in the Atlanta, GA area!  This is a full-time opportunity with a multiple shift options available. Excellent compensation and benefits package!  Sign on Bonus available for AT & PS candidates.

Description: Providing proactive injury prevention, injury care, and assessment, including ergonomic postural education and/or escalation of medical care if needed. Providing ergonomic assessments and support by understanding the site operations, job processes, and physical demands in order to make ergonomic recommendations for the purposes of preventing more serious musculoskeletal conditions from occurring
Coordinating and implementing rehabilitation treatment plans that incorporate therapeutic exercise, modalities, and work conditioning as necessary

To learn more & apply please visit the link below!
https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/PRO1058PGHR/JobBoard/a7bb612d-54b4-4b4e-8da5-280b4e086676/?q=Atlanta&o=relevance

To Apply: Resumes can also be submitted at talent@phrehab.com

Contact: Kalesa Taylor, Progressive Health, Kalesa.Taylor@phrehab.com

ALA TOMBIGBEE REGIONAL COMMISSION
Case Managers


Opportunity: We here at Alabama Tombigbee Regional Commission are hiring case managers. Our company prefers social work graduates, and offers a couple of incentives. One is that they will get a pay raise once they obtain their social work license (or they can be hired in at a higher rate if they already have a license). The second one is that as long as they are successfully completing their job duties, our Executive Director has agreed to pay their tuition to obtain their MSW as long as it is from an accredited school. They only need to sign a work agreement for 3 years upon completion of their degree.

We also offer fiend placements for both BSWs and MSWs and we’ve extended job offers to EVERY student who has ever completed an internship with us.

To Apply: Send resumes to: Stephanie.williams@atrc.net
 

Contact: Renae Carpenter, Renae.Carpenter@atrc.net, (334) 682-6107

PESEK COUNSELING
Licensed Professional Counselors


Opportunity: Pesek Counseling Services, a private practice located within Helena, Alabama, is looking to bring on Licensed Professional Counselors, specifically those looking to work with children and adolescents- this listing is not limiting to either of those categories, however, it is our area of focus due to demand. Opportunities for flexible scheduling along with a catered client list available; fuller client caseloads upon start date if applicants are actively credentialed with insurance panels. Bring your experience and personality and work among peers focused on serving those within the community we all work and live.

To Apply: To be considered, please send a resume along with proof of active licensure to info@pesekcounseling.com Include any certifications or areas of therapeutic focus that may be beneficial in helping us meet the perfect candidates. Additional questions can be submitted to the email address above so please feel free to reach out- we do ask that you allow 48 hours for a response. We look forward to meeting you.

Contact: Pesek Counseling Services, 277 Village Parkway, Helena, AL 35080, (205) 624-3076

 

JBS MENTAL HEALTH

Team Leaders and More

Opportunity: JBS Children's Services is growing and has immediate availability for positions in the new Children's Mobile Crisis Response Team unit! Positions include Team Leaders, Team Members, Phone Triage Staff, and Low Intensive Care Coordination. This unit will work with children involved with Jefferson County DHR to de-escalate crisis situations, and assist with maintaining placement. Please see our job postings for full position descriptions!

Please visit our website for these and all other available positions: www.jbsmentalhealth.com

Contact: Robbyn G. Lawson, LICSW-S, PIP, Director of Children's Services, Jefferson-Blount-St. Clair County Mental Health Authority, 956 Montclair Road, Birmingham, AL 35213, 205-443-2224 office - 205-595-7499 fax

MAULDIN & JENKINS

Accounting Associate

About: Mauldin & Jenkins is a Top 100 Public Accounting Firm. We have consistently been voted one of the Best Places to Work. We offer unlimited PTO and a flexible work schedule. We have offices in Athens, AL; Huntsville, AL; Birmingham, AL; Bradenton/Sarasota, FL; Chattanooga, TN; Atlanta, Albany, Macon, Sandy Springs & Savannah, GA; and Columbia, SC.

Opportunity: We are currently looking for graduating or recently graduated students for our entry level associate position. We are looking for an associate to start as soon as possible and another associate to start this July. Students can apply here and if they are interested to learn more about our opportunities.

Contact: Marian Vu | Campus Recruiter, 200 Galleria Pkwy SE, Suite 1700, Atlanta, GA 30339, p. 770-955-8600 | ext. 32825, e. mvu@mjcpa.com | w. www.mjcpa.com

 

MOBILE COUNTY SCHOOLS
Career Fair for Teachers


Opportunity: The Mobile County Public School System is hosting a Career Fair on Tuesday, May 9, 2023, and we would love to hire teachers from your university. As Alabama’s largest school system, we have 90 schools. We are hiring teachers at every grade level and in every subject area. And we are offering some signing bonuses.

We will have 90 principals on site to interview and hire candidates on the spot. We would like to send you, or someone from your school, information to get out to your graduates about the event. Can you help with this?

Contact: Pam Johnson, 251-221-4394

 

COVENANT COUNSELING & COUNSULTING
Telehealth


Multiple therapist positions available with Covenant Counseling and Consulting
Openings: Telehealth (Statewide) and Decatur, AL office

Opportunity: Covenant’s new and bigger office in DECATUR, AL is now open. Multiple openings for licensed therapists are available! Our expanding, private practice is looking for FULL-TIME or PART-TIME:
Associate Licensed Counselors (ALC),
Licensed Master Social Worker (LMSW),
Licensed Counselor (LPC),
Social Worker (LICSW) or
Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT).

Qualifications: Ability to work with Children/Adolescents/Families a plus. Must possess a Master’s Degree and be licensed in their respective discipline in the State of Alabama. We are looking for that gifted person who is optimistic, confident, team-member-minded, with a positive sense of humor. If you possess good communication and active listening skills, are adaptive, warm, nurturing and have a commitment to making a difference with others then you are the person for our team.


Description: client evaluation, diagnosis, and psychotherapy. Strong administrative support is provided including: marketing and advertising, patient referrals, billing, collections, insurance work, etc. Compensation is based at or above industry norms-- but can be significantly above psychotherapist average. Positive, professional and growth conducive working environment.


We regret not being able to respond quickly to some who applied in the past. If you’re still interested please send us your résumé again.

To Apply: Please email VITA or resume of experience to: Christy Jacob, LPC and Mark Beaird, LPC
Email: Christy@covenantcc.co and Mark@covenantcc.co

CORNERSTONE COUNSELING
Licensed Clinician


Opportunity: Looking to join a well-established and thriving private practice?

Description: Cornerstone Counseling Center, LLC is expanding and we are looking to add several licensed clinicians to our team! We are located in Huntsville, Alabama. Want to be your own boss while being part of a support system of colleagues and administrative staff? Our clinicians are independent contractors (not employees) and have an opportunity to do what they love (therapy services) while our staff handles the complex and overwhelming part of private practice.

 

Qualifications: The ideal candidates will be fully licensed (LPC, LCSW, psychologist) and are skilled in working with adults and/or children as well as individuals, families and/or couples. We are seeking clinicians who are very strong clinically and do not need supervision but are open to and welcome feedback and support from colleagues.

To Apply: Interested candidates can send their resume to Dr. Stacy Ikard, at sikard@cornerstone-hsv.com. No calls please- only emails.

Contact: Stacy Ikard, Ph.D., LPC-S, CFMHE, Cornerstone Counseling Center, LLC, 256-519-9000
 

BLISS COUNSELING & CONSULTING
Licensed Counselor

 

Opportunity: Bliss Counseling & Consulting in Hoover, AL is seeking applicants for a Fully Licensed Counselor in Alabama. This is a contract position. Counselors who are paneled with major insurances are preferred but not required.

Description: Perform clinical counseling services to clients of BLISS Counseling and Consulting as scheduled, in accordance with company policies and ethical guidelines. Provide regular attendance with clients. Be properly licensed and abide by all laws, rules, regulations, and codes of ethics. Provide crisis stabilization to clients as needed. Communicate with client’s treatment team as needed (i.e psychiatrist, school, physician, etc). Submit, timely complete documentation on the EHR, for each client including, but not limited to: intake notes, progress notes, treatment plans, termination notes, contract notes, and other forms or documents which may be needed or required by BLISS Counseling and Consulting or third parties in conjunction with the treatment of the patient. Participate in staff meetings, case consultations, and trainings as directed by BLISS Counseling and Consulting. Conduct and regulate counseling services in a professional manner with the intention to maintain and increase rapport with the clients. Provide a professional demeanor that maintains the goodwill and reputation of the provider, BLISS Counseling & Consulting and its affiliates. Maintain respect, support, and collaboration with clients and peers. Communicate availability, conflicts, and schedule changes with administration. Keep updated license(s) and liability insurance up to date.
 

Qualifications: Master’s degree in Social Work, Clinical Psychology, Counseling/Education, or related field. nMust be fully clinically licensed; anyone without a license will not be considered. Examples of appropriate licenses include but are not limited to – LCP-S, LICSW, LMHC, LPC, and LMFT Minimum of two years post-Master’s clinical experience that are common issues of concern for the clients. Willing to work remotely (possibility for in office sessions) with diverse populations including teens, adults and couples.


To Apply: Send your resume and cover letter to brewer@balancelifecounseling.com

CUE MATH

Math Tutors

About: Cuemath is a K-12 out-of-school math learning solution. We believe that students excel in math when they can apply it meaningfully in the real world. For this reason, our innovative math learning experience puts visual learning at the forefront. It helps students develop a deep understanding of math concepts by promoting creative reasoning and an inquiry-based approach. We want to help students understand the
joy that comes with having a strong math mindset.


Opportunity: Applications are currently open for Cuemath’s first trusted math tutors to help make an impact on our rapidly-growing customer base in the United States. Cuemath connects students with empathetic, enthusiastic math tutors who want to make an impact.


Description: Conducting one-on-one online classes for students on Cuemath’s platform using active learning principles. Contributing to student learning by understanding their strengths and areas for improvement. Preparing for your tutor/student classes by going through the content assigned to students. Connecting and communicating with parents on a weekly basis.


Qualifications: Thorough understanding of K-12 math concepts. Experience with university-level STEM courses. Proficiency in English (both spoken and written). Growth mindset, patience, and empathy. You must: be able to commit to a minimum of 10 hours per week. Have a computer with a web camera (minimum 4 GB RAM). Have a high-speed internet connection (minimum 8 Mbps).


Compensation and Benefits: Compensation of $18 per hour. Paid training: sign-on bonus upon completion of training course. Work from the comfort of your home/dorm. Flexibility to decide the time of your tutoring classes. Receive a writing tablet for class use provided by Cuemath.


To Apply: Please email your resume to ranjani@cuemath.com
Contact: Ranjani Shanmuganathan, +1(289)-890-0370, ranjani@cuemath.com
Also: maddie.reid@cuemath.com
 


MARCH 2023


SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Legal Administrative Specialist, Claims Examiner, Benefit Authorizer


Program Service Center in Birmingham, Alabama


Description: Benefit Authorizers (BA) play a vital role delivering Social Security benefits and services to the public. As a BA, you would resolve issues or discrepancies in Social Security records and explain program information both orally and in writing. BAs analyze records to make benefit determinations and research policy before making computer inputs to process actions that are not able to be automated.
 

Qualifications: To qualify, you must be a U.S. citizen and have excellent communication and people skills. We consider additional qualifications such as experience, education, or a combination of experience and education. Visit the link to read the qualifications for this position and other entry level positions:
https://www.ssa.gov/kc/forms/Qualifications_for_Entry_Level_Positions.pdf

Salary/Advancement: Entry into these positions is at the GS-5 and GS-7 level with career ladder advancement opportunity within the position to the GS-9 level. Salaries are competitive and include locality adjustments based on the job location. SSA offers promotion opportunities and a wide variety of positions in our numerous offices across the country.


Benefits: Earn 13 paid vacation days a year, then» 20 days a year after 3 years » 26 days a year after 15 years. Earn 13 paid sick days each year.  11 paid Federal holidays.  Health benefits including medical, dental, and vision; and access to flexible spending accounts. Life insurance. Pension benefits under the Federal Employees Retirement System. Optional Thrift Savings Plan (similar to a 401K). The government matches your contribution up to 5% of your salary.  Flexible work schedules.  Potential overtime opportunities.  Potential telework opportunities.  Eligibility for the Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program.


Social Security helps people through their life’s journey in many ways. You will make a positive difference in the lives of people, from all walks
of life, who need help applying for retirement, disability, and other critical  benefits and services.

To Apply: Applicants can send resumes to sepsc.recruitment@ssa.gov and copy Timothy Hollie.

 

Contact: Timothy Hollie, Social Security Administration, 1200 Rev. Abraham Woods Jr. Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35285, 205 801-2209,  Timothy.Hollie@ssa.gov.

 


FEBRUARY 2023


HATCHING HOPE

Retail Warehouse Rep

About: HATCHING HOPE is a disaster relief, and humanitarian aid nonprofit organization based in Pelham, AL. covering the southeastern United States. Since our launch in 2016, we have served over 300,000 families, and deployed to multiple large loss disasters, including nine major hurricanes. 

 

Opportunity: Our warehouse sales, and retail division support the works of our charity. We are seeking  a strong retail warehouse representative, to manage our auction, e-commerce, and retail storefront operations. This individual will work closely with our operations director to co-manage our retail division. We are collaborative, challenging and engaging. We have a relaxed environment with a casual dress code.

Description::
Ability to load/unload LTL Freight
Schedule/Manage pickup of donated merchandise.
Must be Highly organized and detail-oriented. You will be working within multiple systems and be expected to precisely execute our processes in our warehouse and retail location

Must be able to operated a 18ft box truck with lift gate
Must be able to work well independentl, and in a team environment
Demonstrate computer skills; must be “computer savvy”
Possess the ability to multi-task, while ensuring the highest levels of accuracy across all open items.
Demonstrate initiative, perseverance, autonomy, and efficiency daily
Ability to problem solve and clearly present ideas for improving our processes clearly
Experience with selling items on eBay and Amazon is a plus as new donated inventory will be liquidated to raise funding for our charity.
Experience working in a warehouse environment is a plus
Knowledge of Forklift Operations a plus
Demonstrate a culture of ethical conduct, safety, and compliance

Qualifications:
Reliable and On-time, NO Exceptions
Teamwork and Common Sense required
Must have valid Driver's License and transportation
Submit to a background check & drug screen
Effective Communication Skills
Physical Requirements: Ability to spend up to 100 percent of work time standing, bending, stooping, lifting, carrying, climbing, walking, reaching and other physical activities. Must be able to lift 50 pounds


Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $15.00 per hour
Benefits: Employee discount, Flexible schedule, Paid time off

Contact: Jessica Trahan, Hatching Hope Disaster Relief and Humanitarian Aid, Pelham, AL, jessica@hatchinghopecares.org, 205-624-2424

FOUNDATIONS EARLY LEARNING & FAMILY CENTER
Director of Early Childhood Education


Professional opportunity available.  Visit our website for more details: https://foundationselfc.org/employment/


Our physical address is 7000 Grasselli Road, Fairfield, AL 35064.

Contact: Florence Dodge, 205-401-7055, fsdodge1@gmail.com

NEW PATHWAYS
Clinical Director


Opportunity: New Pathways, LLC, an outpatient substance abuse treatment program certified by the Alabama Department of Mental Health, is seeking a Clinical Director.

 

Description: The Clinical Director shall be responsible, in conjunction with the Executive Director, for the quality and appropriateness of clinical services within the entity’s treatment program.

 

Qualifications: Must possess, at minimum, a Master’s degree from a nationally or regionally accredited university or college in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, Psychiatric Nursing, or other Behavioral Health area with requisite course work equivalent to that of a degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, Psychiatric Nursing, and a minimum of three years post-Master’s relevant clinical experience; and be licensed in the respective field. Previous experience in a supervisory position, with progressive level of responsibility; if a recovering person, preferably have a minimum of five (5) years continuous sobriety; ability to organize, direct, and coordinate the administrative activities of the Program; experience with collection of data for the purpose of demonstrating accomplishment of goals and objectives; must have an unrestricted, unexpired State of Alabama driver’s license and be insurable to drive program vehicles if position could or does require transportation of clients or travel requirement. 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.

To Apply: Please send email to Executive Director Kimberly Johnson at kimberlyj@newpathways.org.

ALABAMA WALDORF SCHOOL

Various Positions

We wanted to share job opportunities with you that are now available at Alabama Waldorf School. Some are immediate, and some are for this Fall. We will also be adding a Kindergarten Aide position next week once the description is approved.

Go to our website for more information: https://www.alabamawaldorf.org/employment
 

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

WARRIOR WELLNESS GROUP

Licensed Therapists

Opportunity: Several licensed therapists needed: one outpatient and one school based. Spring graduates are also welcomed to apply!  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!

Requirements: A 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:
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.

Job Type: Full-time
Pay: $38,000-$60,000 per year
Contract and Employee positions available

To Apply: Please send resume to Info@warriorwellnessgroup.com for consideration

Contact: Cherie Hickey, Owner (LPC, NCC), Warrior Wellness Group, LLC, 224 1st St N Ste 250, Alabaster, Alabama 35007, Office (205) 624-2422
 


JANUARY 2023

 

CHILDREN'S OF ALABAMA
Counselor (Behavioral Health Dept)


Opportunity: Children’s of Alabama has two full-time positions open in the Behavioral Health department. The shifts are Monday-Friday 12-8:30 pm and 3-11:30 pm. If interested, apply at www.childrensal.org, key word Behavioral Health and search for Mental Health Therapist.

Description: Provides thorough triage, assessment, education, intervention and resource services in the Psychiatric Intake Response Center (PIRC) at Children’s of Alabama. Assists in connecting needed mental health and behavioral health services available in the community with children and families to improve health outcomes and prevent crises. Provides crisis intervention services and conducts thorough psychosocial assessments and safety planning in the Emergency Department.
 

Qualifications: Master's degree in counseling, social work, marriage & family therapy, psychology, or related field required.Minimum of 4 years of clinical experience in the child and adolescent mental health field providing counseling, psychosocial assessment, or crisis consultation services. Experience in providing crisis intervention services highly preferred.  Professional license in area of specialty (i.e. Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker, and Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist) required.
 

Contact: Matthew Foster, LPC, Psychiatric Intake Response Center (PIRC), Mental Health Therapist, Children's Of Alabama, 1600 7th Avenue South, Birmingham, AL 35233, matthew.foster@childrensal.org

CENTRAL ALA WELLNESS
Personal Care Worker


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

 

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. Assisting with community integration , and outings could possibly be included.

This position is located in Montevallo, Alabama.
 

Contact: Raven Moss, rmoss@Centralalabamawellness.org, 205-910-4270.

WBMA/WTTO/WABM
General Sales Manager

 

Description: General Sales Manager will oversee and maintain a high performing sales team that exceeds revenue goals by driving result driven creative marketing solutions.

 

Develop a high performing sales team that meets or exceeds revenue goals by driving client results through creative marketing solutions.
Develop sales strategies, plans and alignment in support of revenue goals.
Achieve client results, satisfaction and retention.
Effectively manage sales operations including inventory, OSI, SELL, Cognos and others as determined by the General Manager.
Achieve strong performance of Local, Regional and National accounts.
Manage and control sales revenue by developing strong relationships with local clients

Qualifications: WBMA/WTTO/WABM is looking for a strong General Sales Manager to help guide our sales efforts. This position requires an individual who possesses strong leadership skills who can direct a local sales team in selling new business and creating revenue streams through a multi-screen integrated approach. The candidate must have a successful track record in sales management, staff recruitment and developmental skills as well as strong leadership capabilities.

3-5 years’ experience in senior TV sales management
Hands on TV advertising sales and operational background is a must
Ability to meet revenue budgets via digital interactive and other approaches
Strong and positive leadership skills
Highly skilled leader, negotiator and motivator
Excellent written and oral communication skills
Proficiency using Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OSI is preferred
Must have a valid driver's license and a good driving record
Additional responsibilities will include:

Exceeding revenue goals
Forecasting, Inventory Control and Pricing
Sales Promotion
Development of non-traditional revenue sources, as well as new media and strategic planning
Excellent inventory management is essential
Knowledge of Nielsen and Comscore ratings services, and familiarity with OSI a plus!

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:   https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/9650

WVTM-TV
Photographer


Opportunity: WVTM-TV has an opening for a self-motivated individual who wants to win each day. We are seeking a photographer with the ability to capture the essence of what's happening in the field, and then bring it vividly into the homes of our viewers. This member of our team will spend several hours each day editing for newscasts and several hours each day out in the field shooting, editing, and executing live shots for stories. The winning candidate is also tech savvy and up-to-date on the most modern aspects of our medium. You must be able to shoot on Sony XD Cam, GoPro, on laptop computer and iPhone, and edit in Adobe Premiere and utilize the ENG, SNG, and wireless data to feed completed work to the station. Excellent editing skills, exceptional time-management abilities, effective communication style, organization, and knowledge of Adobe Premiere, Precis, ABC and CNN platforms are critical. An excellent eye for video and the highest journalistic standards are a must. If you are quick acting, quicker thinking, and technically savvy, we want you working in our newsroom.
 

Description:

Shooting and editing of VOs, VO-SOTs and packages for Broadcast Air and On-line postings
Working with the Assignment Desk and Reporters to cover daily stories.
Gathers video and still pictures for digital platforms
Working with reporters and producers to ensure the best content and facts are gathered.
Working with producers to ensure their creative vision is executed with vivid video and natural sound.
Communicating and coordinating incoming video elements from crews in the field.
Can work with catalog systems to record and locate necessary video.
Will produce and publish content to our online platforms
In-person attendance is required


Qualifications:

Must have computer and software experience.
Previous newsroom experience preferred.
Hearst Television is a proud supporter of military veterans. Related military training and experience will be considered.
Qualifications Requirements:

Can easily carry up to 50 pounds of equipment
Efficient Operation on ENG trucks
Can work in all weather conditions
Can operate large vehicles, must have a valid driver's license and a near-perfect driving record
Exceptional ability to operate digital editing tools
Can organize and prioritize
Must be a self-starter - someone who doesn't wait to be told what to do
Ability to work under pressure, making quick decisions

To Apply: careers.htv.hearst.com
 

Contact: Kelsey Lawrence at klawrence@hearst.com
 


DECEMBER 2022

 

VAZDA STUDIOS
Video Editor/Motion Graphics Designer

 

Opportunity: We are currently seeking Video Editor/Motion Graphics Designer to join our team. The Video Editor will design and produce 2D/3D motion graphics for broadcast television, high volume video services. Present fresh and creative ideas, while working cohesively as part of the department team.

Description: End-to-end video editing of unscripted and scripted content.  Quickly assemble edits and implement notes from creatives and clients.  Collaborate efficiently with all departments to facilitate the creation of video materials.  Balance and grade color, and mix and level audio within Adobe Premiere.  Oversee and maintain the content ingest, archive, and storage processes.  Create content as needed for various social media platforms.  Organize and effectively manage video footage library.  Manage deadlines and project manage effectively.  Provide production support at video shoots as needed.  Work the occasional late night or weekend.

Qualifications: A successful candidate must have advanced knowledge of Mac OS and Adobe Creative Cloud apps including Premiere Pro, Photoshop, Media Encoder, and After Effects as well as 3rd party software. 

Degree in Graphic Design, Animation, Film or a related field is preferred or equivalent professional experience. Strong sense of design and typography.  Excellent organizational skills and able to work on shared projects. Ability to multitask. Advanced knowledge of Mac OS and Adobe Creative Cloud apps including Premiere Pro, Photoshop, Media Encoder and After Effects as well as 3rd party software. Ability to self-manage and organize workloads around tight deadlines. Knowledgeable of social media and digital video platforms and how videos work on each.

 

Proactive, positive team player, able to help guide projects from ingest to delivery. Flexibility to adapt with changing timelines and deliverables.  Strong communication and collaboration skills. Strong organizational skills, attention to detail, and knowledge of editing workflows. Possess a sharp eye for timing with an ability to "wow" both clients and colleagues alike.

At least 2 years of experience in digital video editing
Excellent storytelling, audio, and color correction skills
Fundamental design skills, a strong sense of color, typography, and design composition
Animation skills including 2D, rotoscoping, keying, tracking, and compositing
Advanced knowledge of the entire Adobe Suite: Premiere, After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Audition
Knowledge in Cinema4D is a bonus
Knowledge of the production process. Cinematography experience is a bonus
Works well collaborating with others and independently
Availability to work occasional evenings/weekends if necessary, to meet deadlines
Willing to have fun and experiment, try new things, and fail forward
Obsessive attention to detail, strong prioritization skills and up-to-date understanding of the latest digital creative trends
Online portfolio showcasing relevant video and animation work


Contact: Jan-Michael Cifonie, Vazda Studios, 205-776-2382, jmcifonie@vazda.com

NEW LEAF COUNSELING SERVICES
Therapist


New Leaf Counseling Services is looking to hire a LPC to join our group practice. We are located in Madison, AL. Therapist positions are independent contractors (1099) and allow for scheduling flexibility.

 

Contact: Alicia Schuster-Couch, alicia@newleaftnvalley.com, (256) 755-4599

https://www.newleaftnvalley.com/
https://www.facebook.com/newleafcounselingtnvalley/
https://www.instagram.com/newleafcounselingservices/

STATE FARM
Remote Internet Lead Specialist


Opportunity: Jami Noe State Farm, Calera, AL is now hiring for a Remote Internet Lead Specialist.

Description: This position allows you to set your own hours around your class schedule, working from home to process quotes for auto insurance. You will communicate with potential clients via email and text using a corporate texting platform.

Qualifications: No experience necessary, must be able to operate a laptop ( provided) and we will provide training

Salary: $1000 monthly

Contact: Jami Noe, Agent, jami@jaminoe.com, 56 Marketplace Circle Ste B, Calera, AL 35040, 205-668-7677

 

YELLOW BRICK ROAD COUNSELING
Licensed Counselor


Opportunity: Yellow Brick Road Counseling is looking for a licensed therapists to join our team! We have a full-time position open in the Morgan County area for in-school counseling and case management and we are looking for an LPC for our Cullman Office.

description/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 will be discussed during interview. We provide steady referrals (currently have a wait list), an office space, admin staff support, and ongoing clinical support. The position is full-time, pay per service. We offer assistance with CE’s, assistance for those needing supervision, and flexibility where you create your own schedule. More details will be discussed during the interview.

 

to Apply: Interested applicants please send resumes to the Clinical Director, Sara Linkous, LPC at Sara.Linkous@ybrcounseling.com.

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

TROY UNIVERSITY
Counselor Education Dept


The Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation, and Interpreter Training at Troy University is seeking qualified applicants for tenure-track, full-time academic faculty positions. Rank will be determined based on the credentials of the final candidate.

School Counseling Faculty (Phenix City, AL), 10-month academic position

Description: This position is primarily responsible for teaching specialized graduate courses in school counseling and other counseling specialties; pursuit of a scholarship and research agenda; service on committees at all levels; involvement in service to the community; advising graduate students; and supervising Practicum and Internship students.

Qualifications: Earned doctorate in Counselor Education from a CACREP-accredited program
Training as a school counselor and a primary identification with the profession of school counseling
Certified as a school counselor
Experience as a school counselor

Contact/Apply: Phenix City, AL School Counselor Educator Online App. Form: https://www.troyuniversityjobs.com/postings/35706
For inquiries, please contact the Search Committee Chair: Dr. Samantha Booker, sbooker@troy.edu, 334-983-6556 ext. 21355
 

WZDX TV HUNTSVILLE
Head of Technology & Operations


Opportunity: WZDX, the TEGNA-owned FOX affiliate in Huntsville AL, has an opening for an experienced, versatile Head of Technology and Operations. This position will report directly to the Regional Head of Technology and Operations. We are looking for proven leader with strong technical judgment, effective communication skills, possessing an understanding of current and future technology needs with a passion for innovation.

Description: The Head of Technology and Operations is responsible for leading the Engineering/IT team which supports the overall WZDX broadcast technologies in a 24/7/365 environment. This position is responsible for (including but not limited to):
Managing short-and-long term technology strategy.
Day-to-day operations including equipment integration, maintenance for the core infrastructure, studios, control rooms, facility, post-production, and transmission for all live programming.
Oversee compliance of FCC rules and regulations.
Manage compliance of critical security policies, including Account, Password Security, Vulnerability Protection, Virus Protection, Untrusted Network, and IT Incident Reporting policies.
Manage Business Continuity and Disaster/Cyber Security Contingency plans.
Maintain financial responsibility for the Engineering Department including – expense budgeting, approvals, and reviews.
Oversee station OSHA compliance
Monitors and creatively scrutinizes daily on-air technical quality.
Leads workflow improvements for both on-air and online products.
Manages vendor contracts including technology, building maintenance, security, and janitorial services.
Leads capital planning and submission process for station.
Leads project planning and project management for station wide initiatives.

Qualifications: 3 - 5 Years experience.  Strong customer service skills and unfailing professionalism. Demonstrate impeccable written and verbal communication and presentation skills for both technical and non-technical audiences.
Demonstrated strong leadership with a focus on team management.
Understanding of IT processes including security, workflow, and management.
In-depth knowledge of broadcast technologies including: ENPS Newsroom Systems, Production Control Room Automation, RF Transmission, Broadcast Switchers, Router Systems, Field Cameras, Signal Path Workflows.
Demonstrated strong project management experience.
Ability to work well and make quick decisions under pressure.
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of experience and education and a minimum of four years’ experience in a broadcast operations/technology management role.
Must be able to work a flexible schedule in support of a 24x7x365 operation onsite.

Travel: Rarely: less than 10%
Work Environment Set: Office: normally performed in a typical interior/office environment
Physical Demands Set: Medium work: Involves standing prolong hours, stooping, bending, lifting/pushing up to 25 lbs.

To Apply: http://www.jobs.net/j/JdlGKaYF
Apply Online URL: http://www.jobs.net/j/JdlGKaYF?jobdetails=true

Contact: Andrea Garcia at ggarciaper@tegna.com

 

TROY UNIVERSITY
Counselor Education Dept

 

The Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation, and Interpreter Training at Troy University is seeking qualified applicants for tenure-track, full-time academic faculty positions. Rank will be determined based on the credentials of the final candidate.

 

School Counseling Faculty (Montgomery, AL), 10-month academic position

Description: This position is primarily responsible for teaching specialized graduate courses in school counseling and other counseling specialties; pursuit of a scholarship and research agenda; service on committees at all levels; involvement in service to the community; advising graduate students; and supervising Practicum and Internship students.

Qualifications: Earned doctorate in Counselor Education from a CACREP-accredited program
Training as a school counselor and a primary identification with the profession of school counseling
Certified as a school counselor
Experience as a school counselor

Contact/Apply: Montgomery, AL School Counselor Educator Online App. Form: https://www.troyuniversityjobs.com/postings/35824
For inquiries, please contact the Search Committee Chair: Dr. Stephan Berry, stberry@troy.edu, 334-670-3363

WELLNESS GROUP
Counselor


Opportunity: DREAMED OF WORKING IN AN INNOVATIVE, FAMILY-TYPE SETTING IN A NEW STATE-OF-THE-ART FACILITY? The Wellness Group, LLC in Clanton, Alabama is hiring for a FULL-TIME, SALARIED position. Hours are Monday through Friday 8am-5pm. Master’s Level counselors, ALCs, LPCs, LGSWs, or LICSWs may apply. We provide quality individual, family and group counseling in Chilton County schools and in our group practice office setting.

Competitive Compensation is based on experience, expertise, and level of licensure. Counselors who are paneled for major insurances are given preference. Salaried counselors have paid vacation and holidays, retirement benefits with employer match, continuing education opportunities and supplemental insurance options.

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. At the Wellness Group, LLC, we pride ourselves on providing the finest mental health care available for children, teens and the whole family in an environment that fosters excellence. Come join our family!

 

TROY UNIVERSITY
Counselor Education Dept

 

The Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation, and Interpreter Training at Troy University is seeking qualified applicants for tenure-track, full-time academic faculty positions. Rank will be determined based on the credentials of the final candidate.

 

Clinical Mental Counseling Faculty (Ft. Walton Beach, FL), 12-month academic position

Description: This position is primarily responsible for teaching specialized graduate courses in the clinical mental health program and core counseling courses within the specific area of expertise; pursuit of a scholarship and research agenda; service on committees at all levels; involvement in service to the community. These positions also include administrative responsibilities such as advising graduate students and supervising Practicum and Internship students, scheduling counseling courses, recruiting students for the program, proctoring and grading comprehensive examinations, attending faculty meetings, and attending required region meetings for faculty.

Qualifications: Earned doctorate in counselor education from an accredited institution, with preference given to graduates of a CACREP program
Licensed as a professional counselor
Demonstrated ability to conduct a successful program of scholarship and publication
Familiarity with CACREP accreditation expectations
Experience teaching in a higher education setting
Experience as a clinical mental health counselor

Contact/Apply: Ft. Walton Beach, FL Clinical Mental Health Counselor Educator Online App. Form: https://www.troyuniversityjobs.com/postings/36191
For inquiries, please contact the Search Committee Chair: Dr. Tabitha Hall, tyhall@troy.edu, 850-301-2100
 

FAMILY GUIDANCE CENTER
Mental Health Clinician


The Family Guidance Center of Alabama have two openings for a mental health clinician. Perspective candidates must be fully licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker in the state of Alabama and must be willing to work with all populations across the lifespan. Clinic hours are Monday-Friday and some weekends.

 

Description: Individual Counseling, Couple Counseling, Family Counseling, Clinical Assessment, Group Counseling, Community Outreach, Supervised Visitation


Qualifications: Master’s Degree from an accredited graduate program in a mental health related field. A minimum of one year of post licensure counseling experience. Candidates must have an LPC or LICSW in the State of Alabama. Applicants must possess public speaking skills, experience with Microsoft suite of software, and skill in using Electronic Health Record software.

 

Contact: La Tresia Berry at lharrell@familyguidancecenter.org

 

TROY UNIVERSITY
Counselor Education Dept

 

The Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation, and Interpreter Training at Troy University is seeking qualified applicants for tenure-track, full-time academic faculty positions. Rank will be determined based on the credentials of the final candidate.

 

Clinical Mental Health Counseling Faculty (Montgomery, AL), 10-month academic position

Description: This position is primarily responsible for teaching specialized graduate courses in the clinical mental health program and core counseling courses within the specific area of expertise; pursuit of a scholarship and research agenda; service on committees at all levels; involvement in service to the community. These positions also include administrative responsibilities such as advising graduate students and supervising Practicum and Internship students, scheduling counseling courses, recruiting students for the program, proctoring and grading comprehensive examinations, attending faculty meetings, and attending required region meetings for faculty.

Qualifications: Earned doctorate in counselor education from an accredited institution, with preference given to graduates of a CACREP program.  Licensed as a professional counselor. Demonstrated ability to conduct a successful program of scholarship and publication.
Familiarity with CACREP accreditation expectations
Experience teaching in a higher education setting
Experience as a clinical mental health counselor

Contact/Apply: Montgomery, AL Clinical Mental Health Counselor Educator Online App. Form: https://www.troyuniversityjobs.com/postings/36192
For inquiries, please contact the Search Committee Chair: Dr. Rodney Maiden, rmaiden@troy.edu, 334-241-9749

JACKSON COUNTY SCHOOLS
Various School Positions


Jackson County Board of Education announces the following vacancies. Applications should be submitted through the Teach in Alabama Website. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

Positions: Elementary School Principal, Principal, High School Principal, Career Tech Asst Principal, Elementary School Teacher, PreK Aux Aide, Nutrition Program Worker, ELL Instructional Aide, HS Secretary

To Apply: Vacancies are posted at each Jackson County Board of Education location. Vacancies are also posted on the Jackson County website, www.jacksonk12.org.

Contact: Jackson County Board of Education P.O. Box 490 Scottsboro, AL 35768 (256) 259-9500

 

TROY UNIVERSITY
Counselor Education Dept

 

The Department of Counseling, Rehabilitation, and Interpreter Training at Troy University is seeking qualified applicants for tenure-track, full-time academic faculty positions. Rank will be determined based on the credentials of the final candidate.

 

Rehabilitation Counseling Faculty (Dothan, AL), 10-month academic position

Description: This position is responsible for teaching rehabilitation and core counseling courses in a CACREP-accredited rehabilitation graduate counseling program, as well as teaching responsibilities in the undergraduate rehabilitation program; teaching in an interactive environment with other Alabama Campuses; pursuing scholarship, research, and service; and advisement and interaction with rehabilitation colleagues located at other campus locations. This position also includes administrative responsibilities such as advising graduate students and supervising Practicum and Internship students, scheduling counseling courses, recruiting students for the program, proctoring and grading comprehensive examinations, attending faculty meetings, and attending required region meetings for faculty.

Qualifications: Earned doctorate in counselor education from an accredited institution, with preference given to graduates of a CACREP program
CRC Credential. Demonstrated ability to conduct a successful program of scholarship and publication.
Familiarity with CACREP accreditation expectations
Experience teaching in a higher education setting
Experience as a rehabilitation counselor

Contact/Apply: Dothan, AL Rehabilitation Counselor Educator Online App Form: https://www.troyuniversityjobs.com/postings/34879
For inquiries, please contact the Search Committee Chair: Dr. Suzanne Tew-Washburn, stew-washburn@troy.edu, 334-448-5157

Contact/Apply: Sherrionda H. Crawford, Ph.D., LPC-S (AL) (GA), NCC, ACS, IMH-E, Department Chair, Counseling, Rehabilitation, and Interpreter Training Division, College of Education, Troy University, 368 Hawkins Hall, Troy, AL 36082,  334-670-3350

Or: 1510 Whitewater Ave, Ste 402F, Phenix City, AL 36867, 334-448-5164
 


NOVEMBER 2022

 

WVTM-TV
Photographer


Description: WVTM-TV has an opening for a self-motivated individual who wants to win each day. We are seeking a photographer with the ability to capture the essence of what???s happening in the field, and then bring it vividly into the homes of our viewers. This member of our team will spend several hours each day editing for newscasts and several hours each day out in the field shooting, editing, and executing live shots for stories. The winning candidate is also tech savvy and up-to-date on the most modern aspects of our medium. You must be able to shoot on Sony XD Cam, GoPro, on laptop computer and iPhone, and edit in Adobe Premiere and utilize the ENG, SNG, and wireless data to feed completed work to the station. Excellent editing skills, exceptional time-management abilities, effective communication style, organization, and knowledge of Adobe Premiere, Precis, ABC and CNN platforms are critical. An excellent eye for video and the highest journalistic standards are a must. If you are quick acting, quicker thinking, and technically savvy, we want you working in our newsroom.
 

Shooting and editing of VOs, VO-SOTs and packages for Broadcast Air and On-line postings
Working with the Assignment Desk and Reporters to cover daily stories.
Gathers video and still pictures for digital platforms
Working with reporters and producers to ensure the best content and facts are gathered.
Working with producers to ensure their creative vision is executed with vivid video and natural sound.
Communicating and coordinating incoming video elements from crews in the field.
Can work with catalog systems to record and locate necessary video.
Will produce and publish content to our online platforms
In-person attendance is required
 

Qualifications: Must have computer and software experience.
Previous newsroom experience preferred.
Can easily carry up to 50 pounds of equipment
Efficient Operation on ENG trucks
Can work in all weather conditions
Can operate large vehicles, must have a valid driver's license and a near-perfect driving record
Exceptional ability to operate digital editing tools
Can organize and prioritize
Must be a self-starter - someone who doesn't wait to be told what to do
Ability to work under pressure, making quick decisions

To apply:  careers.htv.hearst.com to apply
Contact: Andie Baum at andie.baum@hearst.com

 

ABC 33-40
General Assignment Reporter


Opportunity: 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

Description: Create, 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
Collaborate with photographer on daily stories
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
1-2 years of experience as a Reporter
Must be able to work well under pressure to meet strict deadlines

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/9316

DEPT OF MENTAL HEALTH
Personal Care Assistant


Description: 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, mrobinson@Centralalabamawellness.org, 205-651-0077, www.centralalabamawellness.org

WVTM TV
Digital Media Manager


Opportunity: WVTM-TV is looking for an experienced multi-platform journalist to execute our stations digital strategy and multimedia content initiatives for both current and future platforms. The Digital Media Manager is responsible for overall management and direction for all digital content efforts of our website and social media content efforts along with developing platforms. The Digital Media Manager helps craft and execute the strategy and tactics to achieve our journalistic, content and business goals. This is done under the direction of the News Director and by working closely with the digital content staff, fellow newsroom managers, and department heads, particularly promotion and sales. You will also be responsible for creating and organizing unique, interesting and dynamic content for all digital platforms. You will be responsible for working with our news crews, producers and assignment editors to assign and produce content every day. You will be responsible for relaying to producers the content that is available on our digital platforms. This person will also work with the sales department and creative services department. The ideal candidate will also have working knowledge of digital technology as well as strong writing and editorial skills.

Description: Managing online content and operations. This includes selecting and writing material for all of our digital platforms.
Develops and guides execution of strategies to meet digital goals.
Creatively develops unique content, event coverage and project ideas for web, mobile and social media.
Brings consistent sense of urgency, immediacy and real-time strategies to digital news content and project development.
Works to develop content during breaking news.
Works closely with the digital editors, news crews and producers coordinating and producing content for digital platforms and television.
Leverages Next Generation newsgathering to provide ownership of content both daily, and during big or breaking news events.
Takes an active role in daily editorial meetings. The goal is to lay the groundwork for a consistent multi-platform workflow that ensures strong unique content.
Works closely with News Director to refine digital workflow.
Participates in news manager and weekly marketing meetings.
Serves as primary link between on-air and online news as a key member of the news management team.
Coordinates consistent training of web & news personnel to contribute to all digital platforms (field gathering and presentation); maximize best practices to involve the whole station as regular contributors.
Staff leader in leveraging social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Google+ to provide superior coverage and marketing of news. Works closely with marketing to prioritize the growth of customers on Facebook and email, and the interaction with them.
Key innovator of digital projects involving news, sales and creative services departments aimed at creating strong revenue-generating content and projects.
Works daily with creative services to identify opportunities to leverage marketing tactics that support the digital strategy. Engages in regular and weekly marketing discussions with CSD to push marketing opportunities cross-platform.
Interfaces with Executive Digital Media Managers (Editorial Operations, Product Innovation) and other HTV digital managers on small, medium and large-scale news and content projects.
Directs staff on best practices to optimize content areas of home web and mobile platforms.
Identifies videos with viral potential for syndication partners like YouTube, Yahoo, AOL, MSN, etc.
Regularly communicates pertinent metrics (i.e. Google Analytics, comScore) concerning digital growth and trends to News Director, GM and necessary staff; special attention paid to hourly and daily tactics based off daily Google Analytics and Newsbeat.
Builds or is able to dimension the build of web initiatives; working knowledge of HTML needed.
Uses working knowledge of SEO and tactics to improve traffic generation from search.
This is an in-office work position.


Qualifications: Must have at least three years of experience as an editor for a news website.
Must have working knowledge of digital technology.
Related experience and/or training considered as well as a combination of education and experience.

Contact: Kelsey Lawrence at klawrence@hearst.com

To Apply: careers.htv.hearst.com
 

PRIOSTONE
Business Development Representative


Opportunity: I work for a company in downtown Birmingham and we are looking to hire a couple new people to join our sales force. A strong interest in finances and sales are important. I am attaching a job description below. If you need any additional information, please let me know.   This job can be for a student who has already graduated or one that is still finishing school yet is able to work a M-F day job while attending school. Looking to fill positions before the end of the year.

Description: An emerging Private Equity Company in downtown Birmingham, AL is expanding their sales force. The ideal candidate will be dependable and ambitious and looking for a career position. This individual needs to be professional with great communication, customer service and computer skills, cold-call, cross-sell, and develop relationships with new and existing clients.  This position will be 100% onsite in our Birmingham office.  We are a diverse and dynamic team, we appreciate authenticity and a strong work ethic.

Qualifications: Self-motivated, self-reliant individual requiring minimal supervision.
Bachelor’s degree preferred but not required.
Tech Savvy - Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite and ability to pick up new software quickly
Outstanding written and verbal communication skills
Professional, poised, and proactive and a hands-on tactical approach
Exceptional organizational skills and ability to take on several tasks with calm under pressure mentality
Problem-solver and go-getter mentality
Ability to work well with others as a team to accomplish common objectives
Prospecting for potential new clients: utilize our prospecting platforms including LinkedIn Sales Navigator to identify, connect with and warm up quality prospects;
Conducting direct contact/marketing outreach to past and potential clients.
Conduct client & prospect research on the individuals the Sales Professional meets with to identify potential connections to other ideal customers for referrals

Website: www.priostone.com
Salary- $35,000-40,000 year plus potential bonuses
Benefits: Vacation time, medical insurance
To Apply: Submit Resume to Deann Resler at deann@priostone.com

Contact: Deann Resler

Priostone, LLC, 17 20th St, Suite 315 Birmingham, Al 35203, (860) 294-6534, deann@priostone.com

WBMA/WJSU/WCFT
Lifestyle Show Producer

 

Description: WBMA/WJSU/WCFT has an immediate opening for a creative Lifestyle Show Producer! In this role, you will be responsible for the day-to-day production of our lifestyle show - Talk of Alabama. This position will also work closely with the Lifestyle Show Host and Director of Sales on the show and its content. In this position you will determine the content and flow of the lifestyle show, work with management and on-air talent to generate and write stories and interviews. Additionally, develop ideas and content for the shows web site page and social media accounts.

Qualifications: Creativity and knowledge of current events and trends
Be a compelling and accurate writer
Be able to multitask and manage time in order to put together an exciting and informative lifestyle show
Ability to work in a fast-paced and deadline driven environment
Strong leadership and communication skills
The ability to execute creative strategies and goals in daily lifestyle show
Flexibility and on-the-spot problem solving abilities are a must
Strong collaborative skill working with Host and Sale Department to come up with revenue generating concepts
Ability to work with station sales clients on concepts and ideas
Must have at least some previous producing experience at a commercial TV station, although the right entry-level candidate may be considered
A Journalism degree is preferred but not required - creativity is a must!

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/9260


ABC 3340
Multimedia Journalist

 

Description: ABC 33/40 is looking for two Multi-Media Journalists. We just sent one to Tampa and we have a strong track record of sending journalists to major markets. 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
Critical thinking skills
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 1-2 years reporting experience is required
Experience with live shots is required
Experience with Live-U is a plus
While applying online, please include a link to your online demo reel

Contact:  Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/7776

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
Our Marketing Consultants are some of the highest commissioned sales people in the industry. If you are interested in selling some of the best media in the industry, we want to hear from you!

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/7792

WZDX FOX54
Head of Technology

 

Opportunity: WZDX, the TEGNA-owned FOX affiliate in Huntsville AL, has an opening for an experienced, versatile Head of Technology and Operations. This position will report directly to the Regional Head of Technology and Operations. We are looking for proven leader with strong technical judgment, effective communication skills, possessing an understanding of current and future technology needs with a passion for innovation.

Description: The Head of Technology and Operations is responsible for leading the Engineering/IT team which supports the overall WZDX broadcast technologies in a 24/7/365 environment.

Managing short-and-long term technology strategy.
Day-to-day operations including equipment integration, maintenance for the core infrastructure, studios, control rooms, facility, post-production, and transmission for all live programming.
Oversee compliance of FCC rules and regulations.
Manage compliance of critical security policies, including Account, Password Security, Vulnerability Protection, Virus Protection, Untrusted Network, and IT Incident Reporting policies.
Manage Business Continuity and Disaster/Cyber Security Contingency plans.
Maintain financial responsibility for the Engineering Department including – expense budgeting, approvals, and reviews.
Oversee station OSHA compliance
Monitors and creatively scrutinizes daily on-air technical quality.
Leads workflow improvements for both on-air and online products.
Manages vendor contracts including technology, building maintenance, security, and janitorial services.
Leads capital planning and submission process for station.
Leads project planning and project management for station wide initiatives.
 

Qualifications: 3-5 Years Experience
Strong customer service skills and unfailing professionalism. Demonstrate impeccable written and verbal communication and presentation skills for both technical and non-technical audiences.
Demonstrated strong leadership with a focus on team management.
Understanding of IT processes including security, workflow, and management.
In-depth knowledge of broadcast technologies including: ENPS Newsroom Systems, Production Control Room Automation, RF Transmission, Broadcast Switchers, Router Systems, Field Cameras, Signal Path Workflows.
Demonstrated strong project management experience.
Ability to work well and make quick decisions under pressure.
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent combination of experience and education and a minimum of four years’ experience in a broadcast operations/technology management role.
Must be able to work a flexible schedule in support of a 24x7x365 operation.

Travel: Rarely: less than 10%
Work Environment Set: Office: normally performed in a typical interior/office environment
Physical Demands Set: Light work: Involves sitting most of the time, walking, lifting, bending, standing, etc.
 

Website: http://www.rocketcitynow.com

To Apply: http://www.jobs.net/j/JnspEbLF?jobdetails=true
Apply Online URL:  http://www.jobs.net/j/JnspEbLF
 

Contact: Andrea Garcia at ggarciaper@tegna.com

WZDX FOX54
Digital Content Producer

 

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

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

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

 

Qualifications: 1-3 years Experience
Prefer two years of experience working as a digital producer or journalist.
Excellent writing, editing and proofreading skills.
Sound news judgment and ability to work as a team and autonomously.
Ability to prioritize and manage requests from various sources
Outstanding interpersonal, organizational, and time-management skills.
Interest in digital metrics.

Travel: Rarely: less than 10%
Work Environment Set: Office: normally performed in a typical interior/office environment
Physical Demands Set: Light work: Involves sitting most of the time, walking, lifting, bending, standing, etc.

Website: http://www.rocketcitynow.com


To Apply: http://www.jobs.net/j/JZqYFPNP?jobdetails=true
Apply Online URL: http://www.jobs.net/j/JZqYFPNP

Contact: Andrea Garcia at ggarciaper@tegna.com

 


OCTOBER 2022


WZDX FOX54

Production Assistant

Opportunity: WZDX FOX54 in beautiful Huntsville, Alabama is looking for a full-time Production Assistant who understands great production value and teamwork. This person will be performing a variety of technical and support functions in the executions of live newscasts, studio productions, remotes and on-air operations. We are looking for someone who is an innovator and leader. Must be willing to work evenings, weekends and holidays. The successful candidate should be highly reliable and have effective communication skills. The PA position is an excellent opportunity for candidates looking to start a career in television, video production, journalism and digital content creation. Several previous Production Assistants have had the opportunity to move into reporting and producing.

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

 

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

Travel: Rarely: less than 10%
Work Environment Set: Office: normally performed in a typical interior/office environment
Physical Demands Set: Light work: Involves sitting most of the time, walking, lifting, bending, standing, etc.

Apply Online URL: http://www.jobs.net/j/JePxmFZt

Contact: Andrea Garcia, ggarciaper@tegna.com
 

ELLIS COUNSELING

Counselor

 

Opportunity: Established private practice in Prattville Alabama is expanding. We are hiring two LPC positions and one ALC position.

-Salary range is a base of $65,000 a year for seeing 80 clients a month and a 70% split of everything after.
-Benefits include option for Blue Cross Blue Shield, paid leave, and retirement options.
-The ideal candidates have a strong theoretical foundation and experience working with children or couples counseling.
-LPC’s must be eligible to bill insurance.
-ALC’s are encouraged to apply and will be paid $55.00 an hour for seeing at least 100 clients a month and must be willing to work with children.

To Apply: Please email Resume to James@elliscounseling.net.

 

WBMA/WTTO/WABM
IT Supervisor


Opportunity: WBMA/WTTO/WABM has an excellent career opportunity for a full-time IT Supervisor to support the Engineering Department on its daily computer and network operations. This position involves maintaining computers and servers related to television transmission and video automation systems, as well as business-side work stations. The candidate will be directly responsible for hands-on support of modern broadcast and IT equipment. The IT Supervisor plays an imperative role as the go-between resource for the engineering team, leadership, and the location’s personnel. We need a dynamic team lead to help grow the impact of our engineering team!

Responsibilities: Act as a subject matter expert and point of contact for all things as it relates to equipment and technology at the location, as well as stay up-to-date on the new industry standards. Provide additional support and resource subject matter expertise in the absence of the Chief Engineer to all staff (including leadership and location personnel, and the onsite Engineering team).  Support and assist the News department in maintaining must-have for live production. Implement, install & maintain engineering systems and provide end-user support across all departments. Provide transmitter support.  Replace or adjust defective and/or improperly functioning equipment.  Networking / Wiring.  Management of Servers, Network Security and Network Services.  PC/Mac hardware/software support of on-site installing, servicing and repairing workstations. Provide the engineering design and assist with the building and installation of electronic systems/equipment as assigned.  Provide technical support to operational users.  Consult and communicate with engineering management and other engineers on technical issues as required.  Assist with video equipment set-up and maintenance. Assist with Master Control maintenance.  Manage LAN and WAN related hardware and software maintenance.  Maintain digital telephone system .


Requirements: Associates degree or higher in IT, electronics, engineering or computer related field. A great team-oriented attitude and dedication to quality work and internal customer service. Strong familiarity with Microsoft, Mac and Linux operating systems. Knowledge and competency in core hardware and computer system technologies, including installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventive maintenance and LAN/WAN networking. Proficiency in troubleshooting problems and responding quickly under pressure. Self-starter, able to work efficiently without direct supervision. Ability to accomplish priorities under pressure of deadlines.  Valid & unencumbered driver’s license. Ability to lift 40-50 lbs. Bonus points for… Previous broadcast experience.  Familiarity with FCC regulations.  Engineering-related certifications.

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/9022

WBMA/WJSU/WCFT

IT Engineer


Opportunity: WBMA/WJSU/WCFT has an excellent career opportunity for a full-time IT Engineer to support the Engineering Department on its daily computer and network operations. This position involves maintaining computers and servers related to television transmission and video automation systems, as well as business-side work stations. The candidate will be directly responsible for hands-on support of modern broadcast and IT equipment.


Responsibilities:  Maintain and repair computers, servers, transmitters (AM, FM, TV, Microwave, Fiber, satellite, etc.), receivers, cameras, switchers, graphic systems, audio equipment, video tape systems, routers, automation/editing systems, intercoms, monitors and display systems. Implement, install & maintain engineering systems and provide end-user support across all departments. Provide support in the management of Servers, Network Security, and Network Services. PC/MAC hardware/software support of on-site installing, servicing, and repairing workstations. Support and assist the News department in maintaining must-have for live production. Assist with video equipment set-up and maintenance. Assist with Transmitter and Master Control Maintenance. Assist with LAN and WAN-related hardware and software maintenance. Networking / Wiring.  Develop knowledge of facility-specific IT needs and assist in supporting these systems. Apply regular security updates. Perform physical inventory of equipment. Assist with building and installing electronic systems/equipment as assigned. Consult and communicate with engineering management and other engineers on technical issues as required. Perform all technical work to engineering standards and practices and maintain accurate records of all work performed.

 

Requirements: Associates degree or higher in IT, electronics or computer related field. A great team-oriented attitude and dedication to quality. Strong familiarity with Microsoft, Mac and Linux operating systems. Knowledge and competency in core hardware and computer system technologies, including installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventive maintenance and LAN/WAN networking. Proficiency in troubleshooting problems and responding quickly under pressure. Excellent communication skills. Bonus points for… Previous broadcast experience. Familiarity with FCC regulations. Engineering-related certifications . Familiarity with Avid related software and hardware products a plus.


Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/9021

WVTM-TV

Local Sales Manager

Opportunity: WVTM-TV is seeking a dynamic Local Sales Manager who is ready to take a growing station to the next level. We are looking for a sales leader who creates a positive culture for success through leadership, clear direction, teaching, motivating and evaluating the sales efforts of our local team. The candidate will lead the local team in exceeding budgets on multiple platforms and coach and mentor a team of motivated sellers. Individual should be highly organized, able to coach a winning team and have experience in pricing and inventory management. The ability to develop and maximize revenue opportunities within the local advertising community is a must. Client engagement is a top priority. Candidates should have the ability to work in a fast paced environment and handle multiple challenges simultaneously. Candidate must also be able to take initiative and make decisions without daily guidance.

Responsibilities: With guidance from the General Sales Manager, set the overall tone for the local sales department by providing exemplary leadership in accordance with mutually agreed upon sales goals and priorities. Clearly define account executive performance expectations and measurement processes to assure account executives efforts and attention will lead to achievement of those expectations. Conduct weekly one-on-one meetings and quarterly strategy meetings with each Account Executive. Develop relationships with our clients and key prospects via frequent visibility. This includes being active in the sales process, getting out on sales calls and entertaining clients. Assist in accurately forecasting revenue throughout the year & exceed quarterly & annual forecasts. Manage, alongside the General Sales Manager and National Sales Manager, inventory and rates to maximize station revenue and achieve and exceed revenue goals. Manage, alongside the Digital Sales Manager, our internet and web sales efforts to achieve and exceed revenue goals. Meet and exceed our departmental goals for Revenue, Market Share, New Business, Internet, Mobile, etc. Advise the Research Director in creation of research pieces to assist in our sales efforts. Communicate effectively with other Managers and Supervisors.
 

Requirements: Ideal candidate has a minimum of 3 years broadcast sales management experience. A creative mind with proven ability to generate revenue for the company and advertisers. The ability to analyze issues thoroughly in order to make sound business decisions and solve problems effectively. Ability to communicate effective and persuasive sales presentations. Understands how to communicate effectively and build strong internal and external relationships. Has a history of achieving budgets on multiple platforms. Is a skilled negotiator and problem solver. Has a passion to build and maintain strong client relationships. Has the creativity to develop targeted, customer focused marketing solutions using multiple media products including television, web, mobile, and multi-cast. Has a track record of success in new business development. Has an excellent understanding of how to price effectively and manage inventory. Takes full ownership of local budgets and revenue goals and is constantly developing strategies to overachieve.  Takes pride in being extremely well-organized and always prepared. Have strong verbal and written communication skills.  Is highly computer literate in all Microsoft Office products and ideally has experience with Wide Orbit and Matrix.

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

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

 

WZDX TV
Account Executive

 

Opportunity: WZDX-TV/MyNet/MeTV, a TEGNA Company, is looking for a dynamic, self-motivated Account Executive to grow existing clients and develop new business in the Greater Huntsville area. The ideal candidate will showcase his or her strategic and entrepreneurial expertise by building collaborative relationships and providing customer solutions through an integrated suite of media platforms including television, internet, mobile, OTT and other emerging products which can be sold to clients throughout the US

What We Offer: Winning, inclusive, supportive and fun culture. Base + Uncapped Commissions. Leading and innovative media products. Resources to set you up for success. Growth opportunities. Generous benefits. Purpose driven and employee-centric organization.

 
Description: Consistently prospect for new revenue opportunities using client and category insights. Upsell current customers by engaging them in the full product line of offerings. Create custom solutions-driven campaigns that meet client needs across multiple media platforms including broadcast, digital and Streaming (OTT). Seek opportunities to expand relationships with key clients by taking an active role in understanding their business needs and competitive landscape. Establish strong relationships with internal team members by providing account management team with clear and concise direction for successful execution of campaigns. Make decisions and solve problems independently to support customer needs. Utilize an Account Manager to provide exceptional customer service and contract fulfillment. Use Matrix to manage day to day activity, pipeline and forecasts.


Qualifications: Minimum 3 years of account engagement in a professional, fast paced media sales environment. Proven track record of success as a seller. Understanding of Nielsen methodology. Understanding of Google Analytics. Ability to work effectively as part of a team and independently. Ability to handle and prioritize multiple tasks to meet deadlines. Attention to detail and accuracy a must. Ability to effectively solve problems. Creative and able to adapt quickly to change. Position requires strong written and verbal communication skills, as well as strong organization and time management skills. Self-motivation and willingness to work as a team player are essential attributes. Strong business acumen a must.

 
Desired Characteristics: A strong passion for CONNECTING and PROSPECTING with new potential and existing accounts to generate meaningful business conversations and relationships. A solutions-based seller who can develop ideas that produce results for our customers, utilizing our multi-platform products. A desire and eagerness to learn TEGNA’s top-notch and innovative advertising product suite. A self-starter who is determined to succeed. A positive attitude and a strong team player .

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

TEGNA requires all employees to be fully vaccinated (as defined by the CDC) against the coronavirus.

To Apply: https://tegna.jobs.net/jobs?emp=&keywords=Account+Executive&location=Huntsville%2C+AL%2C+USA

Contact: Keri Souther, Tenga Company, ksouther1@tegna.com

WALMART
Operations Manager (Non-Complex)


Description: Initiates, directs, and participates in community outreach programs by encouraging and supporting associates and managers in serving as good members of the community; establishing and maintaining relationships with key individuals or groups in the community; representing the company to various external organizations; and championing company-sponsored programs, events, and sustainability efforts to associates, customers, and the local community. Ensures compliance with company policies and procedures by holding hourly associates accountable; analyzing and interpreting reports; implementing and monitoring asset protection and safety controls; maintaining quality assurance standards; overseeing safety and operational reviews; developing and implementing action plans to correct deficiencies; and providing direction and guidance on executing company programs and strategic initiatives.

Provides supervision and development opportunities for hourly associates in assigned area by hiring, training, mentoring, and actively listening to
associates; assigning duties; evaluating performance and providing recognition; setting clear expectations; communicating expectations consistently and effectively; ensuring diversity awareness; and providing (tour to teach) feedback to ensure business goals are achieved. nModels and demonstrates exceptional customer service standards to store associates by following and demonstrating the One Best Way (OBW)
service model; managing and supporting customer service initiatives; ensuring customer needs, complaints, and issues are successfully resolved;
developing and implementing action plans to correct deficiencies; and providing process improvement leadership to ensure a high quality customer
experience.

Assists store manager in driving the financial performance of the Facility by ensuring that sales and profit goals are achieved; reviewing and
evaluating P&L (Profit & Loss) statements; assisting the management team in controlling expenses to ensure they are indexed to sales; developing and implementing plans to correct any deficiencies in financial performance; and participating in analyzing economic trends and community needs for budget forecasting. Coordinates, completes, and oversees job-related activities and assignments by developing and maintaining relationships with key stakeholders;
supporting plans and initiatives to meet customer and business needs; identifying and communicating goals and objectives; building accountability for and measuring progress in achieving results; identifying and addressing improvement opportunities; and demonstrating adaptability and promoting continuous learning.

Provides supervision and development opportunities for associates by hiring and training; mentoring; assigning duties; providing recognition; and
ensuring diversity awareness. Ensures compliance with company policies and procedures and supports company mission, values, and standards of ethics and integrity by implementing related action plans; utilizing and supporting the Open Door Policy; and providing direction and guidance on applying these in executing business processes and practices.
 

Qualifications: 2 years’ of college; OR 1 year’s retail experience and 1 year’s supervisory experience; OR 2 years’ general work experience and 1 year’s supervisory experience.  Associates will be required to attend and successfully complete all job-required trainings and assessments (for example, Academy trainings, Open Door trainings, etc.).
 

Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Leadership through Live Better U and Bellevue University, General work experience supervising 5 or more direct reports to include the responsibility of performance management, mentoring, hiring, and firing


Primary Location...
335 HELENA MARKETPLACE, HELENA, AL 35080

To Apply: https://walmart.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/WalmartExternal/job/Helena-AL/XMLNAME--USA--Operations-Manager--Non-Complex-_R-1269319-2?_ccid=1663899069625rs4hlbry4

KAY JEWELERS

Concierge/Sales

Opportunity: Kay Jewelers is now hiring SEASONAL, PART-TIME, and FULL-TIME team members! Also apply for our NEW Concierge position for the holiday season.

 

Description: Seasonal sales support to assist with consistent delivery of excellent customer service, operational standards, and compliance in all areas of operational activity. Supports the creation of a Customer First culture in by taking ownership and control of the day-to-day customer traffic, line queue, and administrative duties of the store and to achieve and maintain the highest level of efficiency, safety, and security.

 

Do you thrive on building personal relationships that will last a lifetime? Join our team today to help our customers celebrate life and express love! Your role at Kay Jewelers: As a part of our Sales Team, you are responsible for providing a superior experience to our valued customers. In addition, you will: • Engage customers in conversation to understand their needs and desires • Ability to present merchandise and share detailed information regarding features and benefits of products • Provide information regarding extended service plans and financing options • Meet individual and team sales goals

 

Qualifications: We think you’d be great for this role if you have: • A desire to help our customers celebrate the special moments in their lives • Strong customer service, sales, retail and/or jewelry experience • Flexible availability to work during “peak” retail hours such as nights, weekends, and holidays • A positive, customer-focused approach in delivering an exceptional customer experience • Strong communication and relational skills

 

Benefits: Base pay plus commission on sales • Medical, dental, vision and prescription insurance (full-time team members) • 401(k) • Paid Time Off (full-time and part-time team members) • Paid holidays (full-time team members) • Tuition reimbursement, including DCA courses based on position • Training — Associate Training System, Management Training System, District Manager in Training, career development and more • Merchandise discounts • Incentive trips and contests

 

Contact: Dadriana Green, Kay Jewelers, Dadriana.Green@SignetJewelers.com
 


SEPTEMBER 2022


BIRMINGHAM AIRPORT AUTHORITY
Job Fair Oct 26


Opportunity: The Birmingham Airport Authority is hosting a job fair on Wednesday October 26, between 10:00 am and 1:00 pm. All candidates will need to bring two forms of ID. Bring several copies of your resume. Be prepared to interview of the spot.

Location: Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport, 5900 Messer Airport Highway, Birmingham AL 35212
Event Room / Upper Level Airport / Door 4U

Lots of available positions!
Restaurant Crew Members and Managers
Customer Service Representatives
Marketing Strategist
Operations Specialist II
Financial Analyst
Public Relations Coordinator
Badge Administrative Clerk
Maintenance Repair Worker
HVAC Technician
Semi-Skilled Laborer
Transportation Security Officers
Plus, Many More Available Positions

Contact: Tarji Ransaw, Human Resources, Birmingham Airport Authority, 5900 Messer Airport Hwy. Birmingham, AL. 35212,  205.599.0501, transaw@flybirmingham.com

DOGTOPIA (HOMEWOOD)
Canine Coach


Dogtopia of Homewood is hiring for a Dog Daycare Playroom Attendant (Canine Coach)

Opportunity: Come learn a new skill in a burgeoning and expanding field with the best in the business! Dogtopia offers top-tier dog daycare, spa, and boarding services. As a Canine Coach, you’ll be responsible for “owning” a playroom of dogs and ensuring they have the most exciting day ever! We will provide training, equipment, and the knowledge base to get you started on a fun, safe, and exciting opportunity to work with dogs all day.

Qualifications: Must love dogs. Experience in pet care or veterinary-related field is a plus, but not necessary.

To Apply: Follow this link: https://www.indeed.com/job/dog-daycare-playroom-attendant-aaabd97857197a38

Or email manager.homewood@dogtopia.com

Contact: Nathaniel Pullen, General Manager, Dogtopia of Homewood, 1722 27th Ct S, Homewood, AL 35209

 

GARDENIA COVE MENTAL HEALTH
Mental Health Therapist


Well established, outpatient private practice looking for a motivated, caring and dedicated full-time therapist to provide evidence-based treatment in a calming and collaborative environment with friendly colleagues and great patients.

Full-Time is 30+ clinical hours/week. Therapists set their schedule. We do not track vacations or time off. Caseload will fill immediately.
L.P.C. , LICSW. LMFT, LICENSED PSYCHOLOGIST


CURRENT THERAPISTS MAKING UP TO $140K/YEAR

All therapists are highly compensated for their dedication to patients and are extremely valued at our practice. Support staff manage all scheduling, billing/collections, and patient communications outside of therapy sessions. Medical, dental/vision, disability, life and multiple other insurance plans available. 401(k) plan with matching after a year.
 

To Apply: Please email your CV to Amanda Williams, MD at office@gardeniacove.com

GARDENIA COVE MENTAL HEALTH, P.C., Amanda Williams, MD at office@gardeniacove.com, 7475 Halcyon Pointe Drive Montgomery, AL 36117, (334)-954-6010, gardeniacove.com

WTTO/WABM
Regional Sales Assistant


Opportunity: WTTO/WABM has an exciting opportunity for a Regional National Sales Assistant. If you would like to work in the exciting business of television sales, this could be the job for you!

Description: Entering orders received from our national advertisers.  Regular communication with the National Sales Manager, with National Agencies, and with other station departments. Develop a firm understanding of the sales process and Nielsen ratings.  Organizing and maintaining schedules

Qualifications: At least 1-2 years’ experience of administrative support preferred. A high level of organizational skills and the ability to prioritize.  Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint.  Broadcast Sales, media buying, or agency experience is a plus.  Strong attention to detail and the ability to handle multiple tasks under a deadline.  Maintain a positive demeanor and customer service focus

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/8910
 

LOWE'S
Now Hiring


Opportunity: Immediate fulltime, part time, and seasonal positions available: Head Cashier, Cashier, Customer Service, Overnight Stocking, Daytime Stocking, Cash OPffice, Sales Floor

Contact: Bekky McDonald, Operations Assistant Manager, Lowe's Alabaster Store #2525, (205) 685-4060 Phone, bekky.mcdonald@store.lowes.com

GARRET COUNSELING
Counselors


Opportunity: Garrett Counseling is expanding to Jasper, Alabama! We have openings for LPC and LPCS.

Let's talk about money. It is always the first thought we have! We didnt go into the helping profession thinking we would be rich... but we would like to be able to have fair pay for a full day's work. Ok, so we aren't the highest paying group practice but we're not the lowest paying either. We offer our counselors a fair rate, and in exchange for that, a ton of support. We encourage you to grow clinically and become more than just a "sit and chat" counselor. We do things for our counselors that we don't have to do, but we want to because we care. If you're looking for a job with the highest paying salary, please don't apply here. You won't like it. Our price range for LICSW / LPC’s is $60,000-$75,000 a year depending on experience and credentials. Competitive benefits package for full-time including matching for retirement, supervision, health insurance, continuing education for maintaining your licensure, and PTO.

What you will NOT like about Garrett Counseling. We think it's a good idea to tell people what they're not going to like, right up front so they can save themselves the time and not apply if they know it's not a good fit. We have high expectations. We expect our counselors to know how to provide evidence-based services in such a way that our clients can heal. If our counselors do not feel confident, we are okay with that, but we do expect them to tell us so we can offer help.

You can't cancel on your clients because you don't feel like talking to them that day. Cancellations are for emergency situations only.
You must comply with our office policies. Policies are created to keep order and we all know how much we need that!
You must keep precise documentation. We use these to ensure quality as well as make sure our clients are being served properly.
 

What you will LOVE about Garrett Counseling.

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

We believe it is crucial that you know enough about us before you make the decision to apply. Please understand, we are not looking for people who are job hoppers. We're not interested in those seeking a 50 cent on hour raise. We are looking for Mental Health Professionals who truly want to feel part of a team, like they're a part of something bigger than themselves.

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

4H SCIENCE SCHOOL
Seasonal Instructors


Currently hiring for Fall 2022 (Now-Dec 16)
Also hiring for Spring (mid Feb - mid May)

Opportunity: We staff new Seasonal Instructors each Fall and each Spring school semester. We welcome applications year-round for the upcoming season. Come join our team!! Students of the 4HSS come from a variety of backgrounds and visit our Center for one, two, three or four-day programs. These students are mostly 4th-6th grade students, but can range from K-12th grade.

Teach engaging, hands-on classes in the great outdoors, i.e., forest ecology, aquatic ecology, canoeing, team building, and high ropes. Adapt the established lesson plans to match your teaching style and strengths. Assist with program development. Lead evening programs such as campfire, night hikes, astronomy, and live animal programs. Work with a team of passionate and friendly individuals. Work week varies depending on groups onsite.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will: Have a demonstrated respect for children and a desire to help them learn and grow in an outdoor environment. Have the following characteristics: enthusiasm, positive attitude, sense of humor, flexibility and team spirit. Be familiar with the outdoors and environmental issues. Possess current certifications in CPR and First Aid (preferred not required). All employees will undergo a background check once hired.

Employment Details: Benefits include housing offsite (about a mile from the center).  All instructors have private bedroom, a shared bathroom, a community kitchen, and a laundry room.  Hourly pay biweekly but guaranteed about 25 - 30 hrs. a week, most weeks will be 40 hrs. once school groups start in October. The Alabama Cooperative Extension System is an EEO/Vet/Disability employer.

To Apply: If you would like to be a residential instructor apply here ... https://www.auemployment.com/postings/30129
If you live local and would like to be a nonresidential instructor apply here ... https://www.auemployment.com/postings/30128

Contact: Amy Carbone, Environmental Education Manager, Alabama 4-H Science School, 892 Four H Rd. Columbiana, AL 35051.  Office: 205.669.4241,  Email: arw0003@auburn.edu,  www.Alabama4HScienceSchool.org

FED EX (Homewood)
FT Courier


Description: Driver / operator of company vehicles. Provides courteous and efficient delivery and pick-up of packages. Checks shipments for conformance to FedEx features of service and provides related customer service functions.

Qualifications: High school diploma/GED. Must be licensed for type of vehicle assigned. Ability to lift 50 lbs. Ability to maneuver packages of any weight above 50 lbs. with appropriate equipment and/or assistance from another person. Good human relations and verbal communication skills. Neat appearance since customer contact is required. Must meet qualifications as outlined in section 391 of the Federal Motor Carrier safety regulations. Requires medical exam in accordance with FHWA or FAA regulations. Non-covered safety-sensitive position. Medical exam required. Ability to work in a constant state of alertness and in a safe manner.

Tuesday-Saturday 06:00am- 5:00PM

*Our positions come with great benefits: * Hourly rate $18.01* Minimum of 30 hours a week guaranteed * Medical, Dental & Vision benefits * Education assistance up to $5250 per calendar year * Promote from within philosophy * Nationwide career opportunities * Training and growth opportunities to build a career

FedEx Express is absolutely, positively your best choice for a career. Are you looking for a company that provides a safe, diverse and rewarding environment where employees have opportunities to grow and succeed? Are you looking for a company that provides benefits, competitive pay and opportunities to develop your skills into a rewarding career? This is who we are and what we do. Come join the team that is recognized consistently among best employers and is the world’s largest express transportation company, providing services to more than 220 countries and territories. Come help us deliver the FedEx Purple Promise by making every customer experience outstanding.

We’re excited that your career search has brought you to FedEx. Visit the link below to see more about what it means to join the team at FedEx:

To Apply: https://www.fedex.com/en-us/about/working-at-fedex.html

WBMA/WTTO/WABM TV
Digital Marketing Associate


Opportunity: WBMA/WTTO/WABM in Birmingham, Alabama is seeking a detail oriented Digital Sales Marketing Associate who has strong organizational, written and oral communication skills.

 

Qualifications: WBMA/WTTO/WABM in Birmingham, Alabama is seeking a detail oriented Digital Sales Marketing Associate who has strong organizational, written and oral communication skills. This sales support role is critical in a faster paced, problem-solving sales environment. This role includes implementing marketing campaigns that include TV, OTT, Display, Video, Social Media, Email, Contesting, Paid Search, Websites, Mobile and more.

Description: Creation of fulfillment reports/recaps, database management, and sales report maintenance.  Input and maintain orders, including revisions due to campaign changes.  Efficiently work with the team of Marketing Consultants / Management team.  Effectively work with sales team in obtaining creative materials and generate support materials for digital sales presentations.  Be part of campaign presentations and reviews with clients.

Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree.  Skilled with Microsoft Office365 including Excel, PowerPoint, Word and Teams.  Learn to perform work using OSI, Strata, Sell CRM, Operative One, Google Analytics and Outlook.  Great attention to detail and strong organization skills are essential.  Strong analytical ability and understanding of data-driven systems.  Ability to meet strict deadlines while maintaining accuracy.  Able to work directly with internal and external clients on resolving issues with professionalism and patience.  Must thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic, team environment
 

What you have to bring to Sinclair: At least one year experience in Digital Media, Agency, or Direct Client related advertising.  Attention to detail, independent and great collaborator.  Top-notch verbal and written communication skills.  Skilled in troubleshooting and problem solving.  Analytical mind with passion in digital media


Added Value: Working knowledge of Google Ad Manager or similar ad server platform and technologies.  Understanding of digital advertising.  Insertion Order formats and asset deliverables.  Previous experience in data analysis – providing and explaining performance reporting for digital campaigns.  Extremely detail-oriented, with the ability to prioritize and manage time efficiently.

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

Contact:Sinclair Broadcast Group
To Apply: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/8819

SINCLAIR TELEVISION
Staff Accountant

 

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


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


About: Make your mark in Media with Sinclair Broadcast Group, a diversified media company dedicated to connecting people with content everywhere! We have consistently led the broadcast industry since our inception, and now Sinclair owns the largest regional sports network business and one of the largest television broadcast portfolios in the country. 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/8817

WHNT TV HUNTSVILLE
MMJ / Reporter


North Alabama’s News Leader is looking for our next MMJ Reporter, to work with our team in the news trenches. You will be a part of an award-winning team surrounded by experienced and responsible journalists, who can help you get to the next level. You will be joining a team that produces 50.5 hours of live news a week, more than anyone else in the market. Huntsville recently was named by the 2020 U.S. Census as the most populated city in Alabama. The cost of living in North Alabama is unmatched anywhere in the Southeast, with the addition of the backdrop of beautiful mountains and lakes in the Tennessee Valley.

The successful candidate will produce, report, shoot, write, voice, edit, feed, and present content for all platforms in a manner that is clear, engaging, and meaningful to news consumers.

Description: Research/gather/analyze information, interviews, and video to produce accurate, complete, in-depth, relevant, and fair news reports for publication and broadcast.  Ensure that all content produced meets company standards for journalistic integrity, timeliness, and production quality.  Author strong copy with correct grammar, punctuation, editorial style, and formatting to meet the requirements of each digital, social, and on-air distribution platform.  Quickly solidify presence on all key beats and develop strong professional relationships with reliable sources.  Daily, pitch & break exclusive, enterprise news stories online, on social media channels, and on-air.  Produce/shoot/edit video and audio content of varying lengths/formats to meet the requirements of each digital, social, and on-air distribution platform.  Update and maintain online and social media presence to connect and converse with audience and generate story leads and content.  Report live online, on social media channels, and on-air.  Cooperate and communicate clearly, directly, and regularly with news teammates and other station departments.  Serve as an ambassador to the community by representing the station at community events and activities.  Produce special projects and other duties as assigned

Qualifications; Strong news judgment and high journalistic integrity.  Low-to-zero call/approach reluctance --- ability to confidently engage with viewers, officials, those affected by stories, and others to cultivate story leads and information.  Fluency in English.  Excellent communication skills, both oral and written with the ability to ad lib when required.  Professional savvy and collegial demeanor when interacting with colleagues and members of the public.  Superior on-camera presence and confidence.  Work well under pressure --- ability to handle breaking news and last-minute changes with aplomb.  Strong, candid knowledge of self & capabilities and display the willingness and ability to take action to learn, improve, and grow.  Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, or a related or complimentary field of study; or an equivalent combination of education and work-related experience --- two-years of professional journalism experience preferred.  Flexibility to work any shift

Requirements: Technical Skills: Mastery of AP writing style to author digital, social, and on-air content.  Confident and capable videographer who is able to gather compelling visuals, strong natural sound, and solid interviews with field video gear to produce visual storytelling.  Strong non-linear video editing skills required --- familiarity with Adobe Premiere video editing software preferred.  Ability to operate field live transmission unit essential --- TVU experience preferred.  Familiarity with ENPS rundown and story management system preferred.  Proficiency with computers, telephones, copiers, scanners, fax machines and other office equipment.  Valid driver’s license required for hire. A clean driving record is required and must be maintained to be able to safely & confidently operate company motor vehicles

 

To Apply: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/nexstar/details/Reporter-MMJ--NE-_REQ-20728?locationRegionStateProvince=31475924e5494080a8a458bf4fa293ed&locations=0b7c96a3cb1601962430b0650201ef20
Job Req #:
20728

Contact: Regina Tom at rtom@nexstar.tv
 

CHILDRENS AID SOCIETY
Counselor and More


Opportunity: We have a counselor position open in our Huntsville office that works with families who have adopted and those that are going through the process.

View Position Description: https://www.childrensaid.org/about_us/careers/?fbclid=IwAR3duziyjxpBXnyJbZaXZfE1l_-tfzXSZ8I2dsb_IOnHQfakyGOpn3NmgQY

Contact: Jill Sexton, LPC, APAC Southern Region Team Leader/Statewide Clinical Coordinator, Alabama Pre/Post Adoption Connections, Children’s Aid Society, 500 Interstate Park Drive, Suite 508, Montgomery, AL 36109, PHONE 334-721-9390

SAMFORD UNIVERSITY
Assistant Director | Career Development Center


Position Number: CDCN68 | Job Category:Staff: Full-time Staff

Opportunity: This position works with students and alumni in all aspects of their internship, job, or graduate school search, including research, networking, application materials and professional correspondence, interviewing, and more. In addition, s/he networks with employers to increase recruitment opportunities, coordinates either the Job & Internships Fair or the Teacher Interview Day, and manages other duties as needed. The 10-month position works with the Career Ambassador program, and other mutually beneficial projects.

Description: Conduct outreach to employers through on-site visits, calls, and/or video meetings to assist building recruiting relationships with Samford University for full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities.  Plan, organize, and implement either the annual Job & Internship Fair or annual Teacher Interview Day, including using communication skills to convey value to employers; coordinate all registration, logistics, volunteers, etc. Effectively use career resources and counseling to assist clients with decisions about job and internships searches, graduate school exploration and application process, and other post-graduation plans by incorporating best practices in career development. Mentor students and alumni in developing their own skills in networking, information seeking, and acquisition of information about jobs, companies, and industries. Assist clients with the creation of resumes, cover letters, graduate school essays, and other professional correspondence related job search and/or graduate school. Conduct mock interviews for any type of undergraduate or post-graduation opportunity.  Develop and present numerous workshops to classes and student groups on a wide-variety of career-related topics, including giving some presentations in the evenings. Appropriately make referrals to other institutional and community support services while also acting as a knowledgeable on-campus resource for faculty, staff, students and alumni on career-related topics.  Readily collaborate with faculty, staff, and CDC colleagues in coordination of events and initiatives. Attend to e-mail, client inquiries, appointment notes, employer contact updates, and other responsibilities in a timely manner. Participate in professional development activities such as webinars, professional organizations, appropriate readings, etc. to stay informed of trends and best practices in the field. Manage the Career Ambassador Program through the selection and training process, as well as supervise activities throughout the year.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Counseling, Human Resources, Business, Communications, or related field. A minimum of 3 years’ experience in career services, corporate recruiting, or related field, with responsibilities such as training, employee development, and/or presentations. Excellent written and spoken English communication skills. Ability to multi-task, organize, prioritize, manage details, and work independently and in teams. Ability to maintain a professional, positive, and calm demeanor. Ability to interact effectively with and demonstrate sensitivity to a variety of individuals with various needs and communication styles. Computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required. Applicants must have the physical ability to walk across campus several times a day and drive to off-campus meetings and employer visits. In addition, applicants must be able to bend and lift a minimum of 20 pounds. Committed and actively involved Christian with personal values and standards of conduct in keeping with the values and mission of Samford University.

Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree in counseling, higher education, human resources, or related field is strongly preferred. Knowledge of career assessments and counseling techniques and/or corporate recruiting.

To Apply: Contact HR department at Samford at either https://samford.hiretouch.com/ or hrsamford.edu. Required Documents: Cover Letter, Resume/CV

Contact: Heather M. Mitchell, M.Ed., M.A. Director of Career Counseling, Career Development Center, 205-726-2980, hmmitche@samford.edu, http://www.samford.edu/careerdevelopment, 800 Lakeshore Drive, Birmingham, AL 35229

BRIDGE WAYS
Program Manager


Opportunity: BridgeWays seeks an experienced program manager with a passion for connecting young people to their peers, their schools and their families — and ultimately, to their potential as responsible, contributing citizens of their communities. This is a full-time position responsible for the day-to-day operations of BridgeWays’ Character Development Program. Please see the attached job description for more information and position requirements.

About: BridgeWays was founded in 1959 as the local council of Camp Fire USA. On June 1, 2021 we launched our new brand, replacing the name Camp Fire Alabama with BridgeWays.

BridgeWays teaches young people in grades K – 12 the interpersonal and soft skills now known as Social Emotional Intelligence; specifically, the core values of kindness, caring, and respect for every individual’s intrinsic value as a human being — including themselves.

The organization currently has support staff in three locations which serve young people, families, and educators in 8 counties across central Alabama. The main office is located in Homewood. Branch operations are located in Coosa County, and at historic Camp Fletcher in unincorporated southwest Jefferson County.

Character Development Program: BridgeWays created its Character Development (Outside-In) Program in response to the alarming increase in incidents involving bullying, intimidation and violence in our schools. The goal of the program is to give students a better understanding of others’ feelings and emotions, fostering acceptance, respect and a more tolerant school population. The program is delivered in schools and community centers across central Alabama.

To Apply: Email resume and salary requirements to Kaitlee Daw, Director of Program Operations at Kaitlee.daw@bridgewaysal.org by September 16, 2022. No phone calls please.

Contact: Kaitlee Daw, MPA, Director of Program Operations / BridgeWays Alabama, Kaitlee.daw@bridgewaysal.org, BridgeWaysAL.org
 


AUGUST 2022


WVTM TV
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. Previous Television, Radio or Cable commercial copy experience is preferred. A positive attitude and professional demeanor are essential along with the flexibility to work in a rapidly changing environment. 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 can be a great way to get your foot in the door, learn the intricacies of sales and move into a sales position after a successful track record as a Sales Assistant.

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: 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: careers.htv.hearst.com to apply. EOE

Contact: Kelsey Lawrence at klawrence@hearst.com

JBS MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
LPN


Normal Work Hours/Days: 7:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. – 7:30 a.m. (3-12 hour shifts weekly which includes every other weekend)
Location: Crisis Care Center

Opportunity: The Crisis Care Center is designed to provide crisis stabilization to individuals experiencing a behavioral health and/or substance use crisis and reduce pressure on law enforcement and local emergency departments. Once the crisis has been resolved and the individual has been stabilized, they will be linked with a community mental health provider for on-going services. This position is a direct service provider for the Crisis Care Center. This position is a direct service provider for the Crisis Care Center. The individual hired for this position is responsible for the coordination of medical, nursing and program services for individuals with mental health, substance use, and co-occurring disorders. The individual hired will be responsible for the initial nursing assessment of clients when they present to the Crisis Care Center to assure stabilization. This individual will also interpret medical information and assist or administer medications.

Description: Obtain medical histories and provide medical screening.  Monitors changes in the health status, including but not limited to vital signs, weights, nutritional needs, and other medical condition states. Administer prescribed medications as directed by Provider and document appropriately/accurately on MAR. Manage the medication room (i.e. carts, Pyxis etc.) Perform chart checks each shift and document all medication errors according to agency policy and notify the Charge/Lead Nurse, Provider and Nurse Manager.  Complete daily charting for LPN (i.e. Progress note, CIWA, COWS)  Respond appropriately to crisis situations that may involve physical intervention including the use of seclusion/restraint.  Assists in the coordination and implementation of discharge plans to outside community agencies and providers.  Follow-up on medical concerns by providing direct nursing services to clients. Monitors with or without observation, withdrawal complications, possible medication side effects and emerging symptoms of mental illness. Provides health education to groups and/or individuals. Maintains up to date, well documented medical records in compliance with state and program requirements. Participates in treatment team meetings as a member of the multidisciplinary team. Demonstrates competency for Blood Glucose Monitoring, Alcohol Breathalyzer, Urine Drug Screen, Pregnancy Test, and PPD skin tests. Monitors and documents all ordered labs, screenings, and results such as PPD, Blood Glucose, UA, RPR, Blood Chem, and CBC.  Perform safe phlebotomy practices when collecting blood.  Addresses medication issues with clients when necessary and provides proper education and guidance.  Accurately transcribe all verbal and written orders by the Provider (i.e. NP/MD/PA)   Perform all administrative duties as required

Qualifications: Licensed Practical Nurse with a current Alabama Nursing license. Two years experience working with serious mental illness and/or substance use populations preferred. Familiarity with psychotropic and neuroleptic drugs, their uses as well as potential side effects. Valid American Red Cross CPR/First Aid certification. Valid Alabama drivers license. Knowledge of the seriously mentally ill and substance use population. Knowledge of special needs and behavioral characteristics of the seriously mentally ill and/or substance use adult population. Assessment skills in the areas of physical and mental status. Familiarity with psychotropic and neuroleptic drugs, their uses, and potential side effects. Knowledge and ability to properly administer psychotropic/neuroleptic drugs as ordered by the prescriber. Knowledge of legal and ethical issues relative to confidentiality of client records and the ability to interpret and apply them within the scope of the nursing responsibilities. Working knowledge of interviewing techniques and principles. Effective communication skills, written and expressive. Ability and willingness to document activities and maintain records in the electronic health record. Trained in or willing to be trained in crisis intervention, specifically Therapeutic Options

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

WVTM TV
Photographer


Opportunity: WVTM-TV has an opening for a self-motivated individual who wants to win each day. We are seeking a photographer with the ability to capture the essence of what's happening in the field, and then bring it vividly into the homes of our viewers. This member of our team will spend several hours each day editing for newscasts and several hours each day out in the field shooting, editing, and executing live shots for stories. The winning candidate is also tech savvy and up-to-date on the most modern aspects of our medium. You must be able to shoot on Sony XD Cam, GoPro, on laptop computer and iPhone, and edit in Adobe Premiere and utilize the ENG, SNG, and wireless data to feed completed work to the station. Excellent editing skills, exceptional time-management abilities, effective communication style, organization, and knowledge of Adobe Premiere, Precis, ABC and CNN platforms are critical. An excellent eye for video and the highest journalistic standards are a must. If you are quick acting, quicker thinking, and technically savvy, we want you working in our newsroom.

Description: Shooting and editing of VOs, VO-SOTs and packages for Broadcast Air and On-line postings. Working with the Assignment Desk and Reporters to cover daily stories. Gathers video and still pictures for digital platforms. Working with reporters and producers to ensure the best content and facts are gathered.  Working with producers to ensure their creative vision is executed with vivid video and natural sound. Communicating and coordinating incoming video elements from crews in the field. Can work with catalog systems to record and locate necessary video. Will produce and publish content to our online platforms. In-person attendance is required
 

Qualifications: Must have computer and software experience. Previous newsroom experience preferred. Can easily carry up to 50 pounds of equipment. Efficient Operation on ENG trucks. Can work in all weather conditions. Can operate large vehicles, must have a valid driver's license and a near-perfect driving record. Exceptional ability to operate digital editing tools. Can organize and prioritize. Must be a self-starter - someone who doesn't wait to be told what to do. Ability to work under pressure, making quick decisions.

To Apply: careers.htv.hearst.com to apply. EOE

Contact: Kelsey Lawrence at klawrence@hearst.com
 

JBS MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
Crisis Care Liaison


Normal Work Hours/Days: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday
Location: Crisis Care Center

Opportunity: The Crisis Care Center is designed to provide crisis stabilization to individuals experiencing a behavioral health and/or substance use crisis and reduce pressure on law enforcement and local emergency departments. Once the crisis has been resolved and the individual has been stabilized, they will be linked with a community mental health provider for on-going services. The Crisis Care Liaison will build and maintain mutually beneficial relationships, facilitate communications and coordinate activities between individuals served by the Crisis Care Center and Community Mental Health Organizations. The Crisis Care Liaison is responsible for being the main point of contact for individuals transitioning from the Crisis Care Center after they have been stabilized. The Crisis Care Liaison will provide case management services and aid in obtaining and coordinating social and maintenance services for individuals once discharged into the community.

Description: Responsible for providing direct case management services to individuals discharged from the Crisis Care Center. Responsible for being the single point of contact for persons transitioning from the Crisis Care Center. Determine and identify resources that would meet the needs of the clients in their catchment area and provide transportation if needed to and from appointments. Prepare a plan for the provision of community mental health services to the targeted individual involved, review such plan and provide and document all follow-up care. Aid in obtaining and coordinating social and maintenance services for the individual, including services relating to daily living activities, habilitation and rehabilitation services, prevocational and vocational services, and housing services. Coordinate and communicate with community mental health organizations regarding clients status and progress. Maintain high quality and timely documentation. Assist clinicians and case managers in the discharge planning process. Perform all administrative duties as required

Qualifications: Bachelors degree in social work, psychology, counseling or other human service field. Experience working with individuals with serious mental illness and/or substance use issues. Experience working in case management or outreach (preferred). Valid Alabama driver's license and a suitable automobile to permit the required travel. Must be insurable and maintain insurability under JBS's automobile insurance carrier's standards. Must show and maintain car insurance equal to or in excess of the State of Alabama standards for automobile insurance coverage. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Knowledge of Community Resources and Services. Ability to obtain Adult Case Management Certification through the Alabama Department of Mental Health. Knowledge of seriously mentally ill and substance use population. Ability to work autonomously. Knowledge of the special needs and behavioral characteristics of the seriously mentally ill and/or substance use in the adult population. Knowledge of the community and available community resources/services. Knowledge of the rules and regulations governing the human services provider agencies in the catchment area. Knowledge of the legal and ethical issues relative to confidentiality of client records and the ability to interpret and apply them within the scope of the case management responsibilities. Ability to communicate effectively with a multi-disciplinary team. Knowledge of casework principles and methods related to case management. Working knowledge of clinical interviewing techniques and principles. Trained in or willing to be trained in crisis intervention, specifically Therapeutic Options.  Ability and willingness to document activities and maintain records in the electronic health record. Skills in interpersonal relationships and dynamics. Considerable written and expressive communication skill.

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


WVTM TV
Producer


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

Description: Selecting, researching and writing content for live newscasts to make the newscast an experience for viewers. Working with and guiding reporters in story production. Communicating, coordinating and executing creative vision with team of anchors, reporters, meteorologists, photographers, editors, and production staff. In-person attendance is required.  2 years producing experience. Creative presentation style. Experience in a newsroom, the ability to remain calm under pressure and knowledge of ENPS are pluses. Excellent writing, spelling, grammar and copy-editing skills. Ability to multi-task and coordinate several crews and responsibilities simultaneously.  An ability to summarize information into easy-to-understand components.  Creative presentation style, and ability to showcase all resources and elements. Unwavering journalistic integrity and ethical standards. Must be available to work holidays, shifts that include nights, weekends and overnights, and flexible with schedule to be available during breaking news

To Apply: careers.htv.hearst.com to apply. EOE

Contact: Kelsey Lawrence at klawrence@hearst.com

 

JBS MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
Case Manager


Normal Work Hours/Days: 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. or 3:00 p.m. - 11:30 p.m. or 11:00 p.m. – 7:30 a.m. Monday – Friday
Part time: 7:00 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. or 7:00 p.m. – 7:30 a.m. Saturday & Sunday (Every Other Weekend)
Location: Crisis Care Center

Opportunity: The Crisis Care Center is designed to provide crisis stabilization to individuals experiencing a behavioral health and/or substance use crisis and reduce pressure on law enforcement and local emergency departments. Once the crisis has been resolved and the individual has been stabilized, they will be linked with a community mental health provider for on-going services. The Case Manager position is a direct service provider and an information and referral agent for individuals served by the Crisis Care Center. The Case Manager will be responsible for coordinating discharge planning and warm handoffs with community providers for individuals after they have been stabilized at the Crisis Care Center.

Description: Provide access to a wide range of services for clients of the Crisis Care Center. Properly assess needs and devise an individualized service plan for each client. Develop and effectively implement discharge plans and follow-up services for clients. Serves as a liaison between the client and various service providers to ensure continuity of care. Effectively implement written discharge goals of the treatment plans. Develop and maintain adequately detailed and accurate client records. Provide transportation to clients when necessary. Provide accurate documentation in debriefing for daily and weekly reports and/or treatment team meetings as stipulated by program demands. Perform all administrative duties as required

Qualifications: Bachelors degree in social work, psychology, counseling or other human services field. Experience working with individuals with serious mental illness and/or substance use issues. Experience working in case management or outreach (preferred). Valid Alabama driver's license and a suitable automobile to permit the required travel. Must be insurable and maintain insurability under JBS's automobile insurance carrier's standards. Must show and maintain car insurance equal to or in excess of the State of Alabama standards for automobile insurance coverage. Knowledge of seriously mentally ill and substance use population. Ability to work autonomously. Knowledge of the special needs and behavioral characteristics of the seriously mentally ill and/or substance use in the adult population. Knowledge of the community and available community resources. Knowledge of the rules and regulations governing the human services provider agencies in the catchment area. Knowledge of the legal and ethical issues relative to confidentiality of client records and the ability to interpret and apply them within the scope of the case management responsibilities. Ability to communicate effectively with a multi-disciplinary team. Trained in or willing to be trained in crisis intervention, specifically Therapeutic Options.  Knowledge of casework principles and methods related to case management. Working knowledge of clinical interviewing techniques and principles. Ability and willingness to document activities and maintain records in the electronic health record. Skills in interpersonal relationships and dynamics. Considerable written and expressive communication skill.  Acquainted with the use and side effects of psychotropic medications. Ability to use a computer for client record keeping and able to perform basic navigation functions in an electronic medical record. Knowledge of accessing medication assistance for clients with no resources.

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

LUXOR SCIENTIFIC

COVID Collector & Data Entry Specialist

Opportunity: We are working on a project in Birmingham and Montgomery, and we are looking to hire a student who has an interest in medical or scientific research, especially regarding public health and epidemiology.

 

Description: Follow all policies and procedures related to specimen collection. Must be able to enter data in a fast-paced environment without errors. Swab patients for COVID Samples and other assigned duties. Prepares specimen samples for storage and transportation and adhere to all HIPPA guidelines. Resolves and documents problem specimens. Complete assignments with accuracy in a timely manner without compromising the quality of the patient sample. Exercise good judgment in recognizing and correcting irregularities and/or unusual requests.

Qualifications: 1-2 years of medical experience. Must be willing to work 1st shift and possibly weekend only shift. Currently Licensure as a CNA. Attention to detail and critical thinking skills. Ability to work in a fast paced, multi-tasking environment and maintain production and quality standards determined by the clinical laboratory. Valid Driver's License and reliable transportation. Must be a Team Player. Will be asked to perform duties at different locations. Must have Customer Service skills. Must have a professional appearance. Nails must be kept no longer than fingertips. Must be able to multitask.

Job Types: Full-time, Contract
Salary: $14.00 - $20.00 per hour
Schedule: 8 hour shift
COVID-19 considerations: All employees are required to wear appropriate PPE as required by each work location.
Work Location: On the road
Birmingham: 1820 First Avenue South, Suite Q Irondale, AL 35210
Montgomery: 441 Northeastern Blvd Montgomery, AL 36117

Contact: Beth Lee, Luxor Scientific, 864-580-3147, blee@luxorscientific.org
Contact: Madison Garrett, Client Services, Luxor Scientific, 1327 Miller Rd. Greenville SC, 864-568-8940, www.luxorscientific.org

FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
Honors Internship Program

 

Opportunity: The FBI Honors Internship Program (HIP) application will be opening up 8/29/2022 and closing on 9/18/2022.

Description: The FY23 Honors Internship Program (HIP) for the FBI will take place for 10-weeks during June, July, and August of 2023. The FBI HIP offers students an unparalleled opportunities. The FBI has opportunities for all educational paths.

 

To Apply: Visit the FBIJOBS.GOV website and view the “students” tab. Use the Federal Resume guide, Federal Resume template, and FBI Core Competencies when submitting resume.  These resources can be found here: https://fbijobs.gov/documents-and-downloads#application-documents.

Contact: Alexis Sumner, FBI Birmingham, Recruitment Team, BirminghamApplicants@FBI.GOV,  https://fbijobs.gov/

ALA CHILD & ADOLESCENT COUNSELING

Counselor/Play Therapist

 

Opportunity: Are you looking for a small, warm and intimate group practice setting where we value Quality Care, Competency, and Inclusivity? Are you an animal lover who embraces the idea of incorporating therapy pets into your practice? Then ACA is the place for you!  ACA Counseling is growing and looking to hire another Play Therapist (RPT). Candidates who are currently paneled with insurance are preferred but we will help with credentialing for the right person.  Now is a great time to make the move to private practice; we have a high volume of new clients and our counselors are generally starting with full caseloads. Must be insurance eligible (LPC, RPT).
 

Description: Seeking Counselor/Play Therapist LPC/RPT for a position in Birmingham.  Salary range for experienced LPC is $53,000-$68,000 with retirement benefits.

To Apply: https://forms.gle/dcgsJDBN83nW8z2r9 or Email resume to admin@myacacounseling.com

Contact: Kristen Papajohn, Practice Manager, Alabama Child & Adolescent Counseling, 100 Chase Park South Suite 118, Hoover, AL. 35244, 1-205-530-8743, www.myacacounseling.com

WHNT-TV HUNTSVILLE
Digital Content Producer


Description: The Digital Content Producer is responsible for writing content and updating WHNT.com, curating high-performing content, crafting homepage layouts driven by data, and helping to report news -- everything from quick-hit local stories to breaking news and enterprise reports. This role will work on building a loyal, local audience by being responsive to traffic patterns and audience interest while serving as a steward of our brands.

Write stories for the web and other digital platforms. Curate and aggregate a steady stream of interesting content that is packaged and promoted in a way that generates engagement and repeat site visitation. Monitor all forms of media (print, TV, digital, blogs and social) for breaking news stories and always on the hunt for exclusive and or trending content that will grow engagement and drive loyal, local traffic. Expert understanding of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media platforms. Use WHNT social medias to build/reinforce brand recognition and push readers to television. Write excellent headlines that grow audience and engagement. Prioritize packaging content that grows page views per visitor and time on site, using headline testing, metric tools and observed patterns to guide decision making. Reviews all copy and will correct errors in content, grammar and punctuation following AP Style and formatting guidelines. Research and analyze background information related to news stories in order to be able to provide complete and accurate information. Gathers information about events through research, interviews, experience or attendance at political, news, sports, artistic, social or other functions. Checks reference material such as books, news files, public records to obtain relevant facts. Shoots and edits content for digital and occasionally on-air. Understand different ways to tell a story, particularly producing short videos and choosing great photos. Evaluate website traffic trends to make decisions on both daily content needs and longer-term content curation that will grow local audience. Flexibility to perform duties.  Build positive working relationships with newsroom staff and management, work collaboratively on enterprise content, and creating opportunities to market web content on broadcast.  Ensures all content meets company standards for journalistic integrity & production quality. Promote and distribute news content on social media.

Qualifications: Degree in journalism; daily newspaper or news site experience required; live, working web samples and/or print pages preferred.  Knowledge of SEO Best Practices and AP Style. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite and Basic HTML preferred. Understanding of Google Analytics, Chartbeat is a plus. Strong multi-tasking abilities. Organized, technical problem solver and quick decision maker. Capable of researching, interviewing and writing original news articles. Enjoys working in teams and has excellent interpersonal skills. Ease with/ability to learn new technology independently and quickly. Some schedule flexibility (early mornings, nights, weekends). Maintain positive work environment through active team participation and cooperation with co-workers in all departments. Responds positively to feedback.

To Apply: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/nexstar/details/Producer--Digital-Content--NE-_REQ-20089?locationRegionStateProvince=31475924e5494080a8a458bf4fa293ed&locations=0b7c96a3cb1601962430b0650201ef20
Job Req #: 20089
 

Contact: Regina Tom at rtom@nexstar.tv
 

VULCAN STEEL PRODUCTS PELHAM
Sales Coordinator


Description: Full support of Inside/Outside Sales duties encompassing complete account management. Travel maybe required to see customers along with participating in various industry events. Handle all of the customer service functions including answering phone calls and e-mails in a timely manner, accurate and timely order entry, creating and running reports, following orders from entry through shipment. § Assist customers with all of their daily needs including product availability, facilitate accurate and timely price quotes, troubleshooting, and delivery questions. § Communicate daily with all sales representatives and work directly with all Vulcan departments effectively and professionally. § Need to be able to handle strong personalities and difficult customers with professionalism. § This person will need to grasp many concepts including freight, production, quality control, and various pricing scenarios.

Qualifications: Excellent attention to detail and ability to multitask Handle high volumes, and details under pressure at a fast pace § Strong data entry skills § Organizational skills and accuracy a MUST. § Must be able to work in a team environment and willing to help teammates daily. Preferred 3+ Years of Customer Service or relevant experience § 2-4-Year Degree § Microsoft Office, especially Excel.
 

Biggest prerequisites are as follows:  A candidate must have an interest in sales and marketing.  Have an eagerness to learn and work well within a team.  Someone looking for a career, not a job.

Notes: We will teach you the metals/steel business from the ground up. Position has a base salary at $40-42k with full benefits (health, tuition reimbursement, stock after your first year, etc…) along with non-commissioned bonus (it’s a team effort here). We are a division within a strong Fortune 500 company (Steel Dynamics Inc., www.stld.com).

To Apply: Send resume


Respond To: Brent Thorson, Brent.thorson@vulc.com, 10 Crosscreek Trail Pelham, AL 35124

QUEST DIAGNOSTICS ALABASTER
Patient Services Rep


Opportunity: The Patient Services Representative II (PSR II) represents the face of our company to patients who come to Quest Diagnostics, both as part of their health routine or for insights into life-defining health decisions. The PSR II draws quality blood samples from patients and prepares those specimens for lab testing while following established practices and procedures. The PSR II has direct contact with patients and creates an atmosphere of trust and confidence while explaining procedures to patients and drawing blood specimens in a skillful, safe and accurate manner. The PSR II will demonstrate Quest Leadership Behaviors while focusing on process excellence skills and sensitivity to confidentiality and accuracy to patient information. Successful applicants may be assigned to a doctor's office, a patient service center, in a house call environment, long term care or as business needs dictate.

Description:

1. Collect specimens according to established procedures. This includes, but not limited to: drug screens, biometric screening and insurance exams.
2.Administer oral solutions according to established training.
3.Research test/client information and confirm and verify all written and electronic orders by utilizing lab technology systems or directory of services.
4.Responsible for completing all data entry requirements accurately including data entry of patient registration; entry of test order from requisition or pulling order from database; managing Standing Orders.
5.Enter billing information and collect payments when required, including the safeguarding of assets and credit card information.
6.Data entry and processing specimens including: labeling, centrifuging, splitting, and freezing specimens as required by test order.
7.Perform departmental-related clerical duties when assigned such as data entry, inventory, stock supplies, and answer phones when needed.
8.Read, understand and comply with departmental policies, protocols and procedures: (i.e. Procedure Manuals, Safety Manual, Compliance Manual, Automobile Policies and Procedures, Employee Handbook, Quality Assurance Manual); and ensure that all staff members follow instructions.
9.Perform verification of patient demographic info / initials including patient signature post-venipuncture to verify tubes were labeled in their presence and that the name on the label is correct.
10.Assist with compilation and submission of monthly statistics and data.
11.Maintain all appropriate phlebotomy logs in a timely manner and based on frequency, such as maintenance logs and temperature logs.
12.Complete training courses and keep up-to-date with the latest phlebotomy techniques.
13.Travel to Territory Manager meeting if held off-site or off normal shift.
14.Participate on special projects and teams.
15.Stay-up-to date on company communications and assist with the distribution of technical information to the work group.
16.Perform Point of Care (POC) testing at those sites where needed and the complete training/competency evaluations per Standing Operating Procedure (SOP).
17.With appropriate training, act as mentor and resource for new employees, assisting with transition into the PSC work environment and the familiarity with established procedures.
18.Assist with periodic inventory counts, report shortages and problems to group leader or supervisor as they occur.
19.Assist with the preparation of schedules for the assigned work group or PSC's.
20.Communicate professionally with clients to resolve or refer, and document problems, prepare problem documentation and report critical issues as they occur.
21.Ensure staff is following all safety precautions by wearing a clean, button lab coat, gloves and face shield when required.
22.Assist supervisors with the implementation of SOPs for phlebotomy services in accordance with Quest Diagnostics guidelines.
23.Ensure facilities are neat, clean and in good repair, takes appropriate action to advise Group Leader or Supervisor of required repairs and maintenance.
24.Will be required to act as a coach, mentor, instructor and resource advisor for new employees, as well as be the point of contact to staff on site and provide regular input to the group lead or supervisor.

Qualifications:
1.Ability to provide quality, error free work in a fast-paced environment.
2.Ability to work independently with minimal on-site supervision.
3.Excellent phlebotomy skills to include pediatric and geriatric.
4.Flexible and available based on staffing needs, which includes weekends, holidays, on-call and overtime.
5.Committed to all Quest Diagnostics Policies & Procedures including Company dress code, Employee Health & Safety, and Quest Diagnostics Everyday Excellence Guiding Principles.
6.Must be able to make decisions based on established procedures and exercise good judgment.
7.Must have reliable transportation, valid driver license, and clean driving record, if applicable.
8.Travel and flexible hours required to work multiple locations and required to cover at Patient Service Center/Mobile/Long-Term Care/In-Office Phlebotomy locations with minimal notice.
9.Capable of handling multiple priorities in a high volume setting.
10.Must demonstrate Superior Customer Focus; ability to communicate openly and transparently with peers, supervisors and patients; ability to accelerate and embrace change throughout Quest; and Knowledge of our business.

Required Education:
1.High school diploma or equivalent.
2.Medical training: medical assistant or paramedic training preferred.
3.Phlebotomy certification preferred. Required in California, Nevada, Washington, and Louisiana.

Work Experience:
1.Three years phlebotomy experience required, inclusive of pediatric, geriatric and capillary collections.
2.Minimum 2 years in a Patient Service Center environment preferred.
3.Customer service in a retail or service environment preferred.
4.Keyboard/data entry experience.

To Apply: https://questdiagnostics.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/4/home/requisition/102654?c=questdiagnostics
 

WHNT TV HUNTSVILLE
Photographer

 

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

Qualifications: Minimum two years’ experience operating video recording equipment (More for larger markets and less for smaller markets). High school diploma.  Fluency in English.  Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.  Proficiency with computers, telephones, copiers, scanners, fax machines and other office equipment.  Proficiency with video recording equipment.  Ability to meet deadlines, prioritize assignments and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.  Flexibility to work any shift.

To Apply:
https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/nexstar/details/Photographer--NE-_REQ-19907?locationRegionStateProvince=31475924e5494080a8a458bf4fa293ed&locations=0b7c96a3cb1601962430b0650201ef20
 

Contact: Regina Tom, rtom@nexstar.tv

HIBBETT DISTRIBUTION ALABASTER
Warehouse Team Member

 

Opportunity: Friday – Sunday 7:00 am – 6:00 pm.  Individuals are responsible for handling of product at the case and pallet level to include counting, verifying, separating, picking, stocking, scanning, moving, updating, etc. Move merchandise to other Distribution Center areas as needed. Loads and unloads merchandise onto or from pallet, tray, racks, and shelves by hand. Lifts heavy objects by hand, team lifting, or power equipment. Ensures cases and pallets are correctly sorted.

Description: Maintain a clean work area and common areas. Follow safety rules and report hazards to a Distribution Area Manager. Communicate any problems to Distribution Area Lead or Distribution Area Manager. Transporting, loading and unloading trailers to include using power equipment, conveyors and by hand. Reads work order or follows oral instructions to ascertain merchandise or containers to be moved. Loads and unloads merchandise onto or from pallets, trays, racks, and shelves by hand. Lifts heavy objects by hand, team lifting, or with power equipment. Ensures cases and pallets are correctly sorted. Move merchandise to other Distribution Center areas as needed. Regular physical attendance is essential for the performance of the job. Demonstrate good organizational and time management skills.  Maintaining performance standards of speed and accuracy with minimum damage and maximum safety. Assists other department personnel in the performance of work activities when peak workloads require or during absences of personnel. Completes special projects and tasks as necessary. Demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and ability to build positive working relationships.  Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. 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.

High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required. One to three years related experience and/or training preferred. Proven working experience as a warehouse worker preferred and familiarity with modern warehousing practices/methods preferred. Must be able to pass a criminal background check and a drug screen.

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Must demonstrate the ability to count accurately.  Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Ability to determine and shift priorities quickly as needed or as directed. Ability to follow directions thoroughly and efficiently.

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to stand; walk; use hands to type, grip, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms, including reaching overhead; and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move 26 to 47 pounds. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 52 pounds. The employee may occasionally lift and/or move 53 to 99 pounds assisted by power equipment and/or other employees through team lifting.

The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts and conveyor systems. The work environment is a typical logistics, distribution center, warehouse environment. Work is performed within a warehouse environment, which includes the use of standard warehouse equipment. Must be able to concentrate in a fast-paced environment. Must be comfortable around powered industrial vehicles. The environment can be warmer or cooler depending on climate.

Contact: Chasity Williams, Generalist, Human Resources, Hibbett Wholesale, Inc., Office: 205.912.7365, 201 Corporate Woods Dr. Alabaster, AL 35007,  Chasity.Williams@hibbett.com

DIRECT AUTO INSURANCE/ALLSTATE
Insurance Sales Agent & Trainee

 

Opportunity: $17 per hour & 4 weeks PTO!  Want to grow your sales career with one of the fastest growing auto insurers in the country? Start a new career in omni-channel sales? Thrive in a performance-driven environment where you’re recognized and rewarded for your results?

What makes Direct Auto Insurance unique?  $17 per hour + uncapped commission!  4 weeks of PTO!  No insurance license? NO PROBLEM! We offer paid licensing training!  We are Great Place to Work certified!  We have many advancement opportunities! Over 1/3 of our retail managers were promoted from hourly roles, and in the last 12 months, 1 in 7 of our team members received a promotion.  Ability to sell a multitude of industry-leading products through retail stores and phone!  Entrepreneurial, performance-based, and results-focused culture!  Multi-tiered and comprehensive paid training program!  Comprehensive benefits!  No cold calling – We have the leads for you!  If you are ready to start working in a fun & exciting environment where making a difference matters, then apply to join our team today!

Trainee: Provide the opportunity for motivated individuals to obtain industry experience working in a sales and customer support role while preparing and training to become a Licensed Insurance Sales Agent. Paid classroom and hands-on training is provided to assist trainees in the active pursuit of State Property/Casualty and Life and Health Licenses. Individual will assist customers, complete marketing activities and help with all office functions under direct guidance of an Agent or Lead Sales Agent.

 

Prepare to become a licensed agent through attending appropriate courses, self-study, participation in training activities and job shadowing of agents to learn skills and accumulate experience.  Provide general clerical and administrative support to staff including handling inbound and outbound phone calls, reports, filing, researching and gathering information, and maintaining overall appearance of sales office.  Assist customers with general questions, receive customer payments, issue receipts and verify balance/daily reports of receipts for cash drawers. Complete marketing and sales related activities which further the Direct Auto brand in the local market (outbound marketing calls, car dealerships visits, local events, distribution of flyers, etc.)  Contact customers regarding account status and renewals

Agent: Responsible for the profitable growth and the attainment of business goals by marketing and servicing Direct Auto products including but not limited to Auto, Life, Auto Club, and Roadside Assistance to new and existing customers. Assist walk-in customers, support office operations and market our products outside of the office via marketing calls and visits.

Meet and exceed sale's goals through new product sales, cross selling and retention of current customers. Implement marketing programs and initiatives which further the Direct Auto brand in the local market (car dealerships, local events, etc.)  Build and maintain relationships with community organizations and local business.  Develop and manage customer relationships and serve as a resource to customers and potential customers on all Direct Auto products and services.  Responsible for monitoring key competitors in the local market area and making suggestions on initiatives that could improve Direct Auto’s position in the marketplace.  Receive customer payments, issue receipts and verify balance/daily reports of receipts for cash drawers.  Understand, promote and remain current on company underwriting guidelines, announcements, and memos related to changes in company policies and procedures.  Responsible for sales administration and reporting activities
 

Qualifications: High school diploma or GED. Demonstrated ability to provide excellent customer service and develop and maintain customer relationships.  Experience or strong willingness to develop key relationships and market our products within community organizations and the local business community.  Valid U.S. State-issued driver’s license.  Strong computer skills and working knowledge of MS Office applications.  Highly motivated to market and sell in multi-product environment where cross selling and customer retention is essential to sales budget attainment.  Must possess effective verbal and written communication skills
 

Trainee: Ability to acquire Property/Casualty license as part of our training program within 90 days of hire.  High level of initiative, drive, or desire/openness to learn new skills and information
 

Agent: Active Property/Casualty and Life Insurance licensure.  Must have passion, high level of initiative, autonomy and be self-motivated  #LI-HH2

To Apply: https://ngic.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/DirectAuto/job/Homewood-AL/Insurance-Sales-Agent---Trainee--2796-----17-per-hour---4-weeks-PTO-_2022-3499


NEXSTAR TV HUNTSVILLE
MMJ / Reporter

 

Opportunity: North Alabama’s News Leader is looking for our next MMJ Reporter, to work with our team in the news trenches. You will be a part of an award-winning team surrounded by experienced and responsible journalists, who can help you get to the next level. You will be joining a team that produces 50.5 hours of live news a week, more than anyone else in the market. Huntsville recently was named by the 2020 U.S. Census as the most populated city in Alabama. The cost of living in North Alabama is unmatched anywhere in the Southeast, with the addition of the backdrop of beautiful mountains and lakes in the Tennessee Valley. The successful candidate will produce, report, shoot, write, voice, edit, feed, and present content for all platforms in a manner that is clear, engaging, and meaningful to news consumers.

Description: Research/gather/analyze information, interviews, and video to produce accurate, complete, in-depth, relevant, and fair news reports for publication and broadcast. Ensure that all content produced meets company standards for journalistic integrity, timeliness, and production quality. Author strong copy with correct grammar, punctuation, editorial style, and formatting to meet the requirements of each digital, social, and on-air distribution platform. Quickly solidify presence on all key beats and develop strong professional relationships with reliable sources. Daily, pitch & break exclusive, enterprise news stories online, on social media channels, and on-air. Produce/shoot/edit video and audio content of varying lengths/formats to meet the requirements of each digital, social, and on-air distribution platform.  Update and maintain online and social media presence to connect and converse with audience and generate story leads and content. Report live online, on social media channels, and on-air.  Cooperate and communicate clearly, directly, and regularly with news teammates and other station departments.  Serve as an ambassador to the community by representing the station at community events and activities

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, or a related or complimentary field of study; or an equivalent combination of education and work-related experience --- two-years of professional journalism experience preferred. Flexibility to work any shift. Mastery of AP writing style to author digital, social, and on-air content. Confident and capable videographer who is able to gather compelling visuals, strong natural sound, and solid interviews with field video gear to produce visual storytelling
Strong non-linear video editing skills required --- familiarity with Adobe Premiere video editing software preferred.  Ability to operate field live transmission unit essential --- TVU experience preferred.  Familiarity with ENPS rundown and story management system preferred. 

 

Strong news judgment and high journalistic integrity. Low-to-zero call/approach reluctance --- ability to confidently engage with viewers, officials, those affected by stories, and others to cultivate story leads and information. Fluency in English. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written with the ability to ad lib when required. Professional savvy and collegial demeanor when interacting with colleagues and members of the public. Superior on-camera presence and confidence.  Work well under pressure --- ability to handle breaking news and last-minute changes with aplomb. Strong, candid knowledge of self & capabilities and display the willingness and ability to take action to learn, improve, and grow.  Proficiency with computers, telephones, copiers, scanners, fax machines and other office equipment. Valid driver’s license required for hire. A clean driving record is required and must be maintained to be able to safely & confidently operate company motor vehicles.


To Apply: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/nexstar?locationRegionStateProvince=31475924e5494080a8a458bf4fa293ed&locations=

0b7c96a3cb1601962430b0650201ef20
 

Contact: Regina Tom, rtom@nexstar.tv

 

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Customer Service Representative


Target: Persons with Disabilities
Location: Bessemer & Birmingham, AL

About: Social Security jobs offer the opportunity to provide a service to the public, people already receiving Social Security benefits and people seeking benefits for the first time. SSA benefit programs serve young and old, wealthy and poor, your family and the family next door – people from all walks of life.

Description: Provide assistance to beneficiaries and the general public in person, by telephone, or in writing to provide information on SSA laws, rules and regulations and Medicare Insurance Programs. This includes obtaining information in order to determine eligibility and entitlement for programs administered by SSA and using automation tools to access and update information about claims or potential eligibility.

Qualifications: To qualify, you must be a U.S. Citizen. Additional qualifications are listed in the job announcement online. The Noncompetitive Hiring Authorities listed on the right may be available, but you still need to meet the minimum qualification requirements. No prior Social Security knowledge or experience is required.

Note to Persons wiuth Disabilities: Schedule A refers to a Excepted Service hiring authority that gives federal agencies an optional, and potentially quicker, way to hire individuals. Certain individuals with disabilities fall under Schedule A. To be eligible, the applicant must provide proof of disability in the form of a letter from a doctor, a licensed medical professional, a licensed vocational rehabilitation specialist or any federal, state, or local agency that issues disability benefits.

Benefits: 13 paid vacation days a year, 20 days after 3 years, 26 days after 15 years, 13 days paid sick leave each year, 11 paid Federal holidays, Health benefits including medical, dental, and vision, Life insurance, , Pension benefits under the Federal Employees Retirement System, An optional Thrift Savings Plan (similar to 401K) with government match of employee contributions up to 5 percent of salary, Alternative, flexible schedules, Earned time off, Overtime opportunities, and Pay Raises (All GS positions have pay raises based on the number of successful years of service. With successful performance, the longer your work for SSA, the more your salary will grow.)

To Apply: You must provide a complete Application Package which includes: 1) Resume 2) Proof of Disability. Deadline: Friday, August 20, 2022

Contact: Sonya Miller, District Manager, Social Security Admin, Bessemer, AL, 866-593-5647 ext. 16600, Sonya.Miller@ssa.gov
 

LIFE SOUTH COMMUNITY BLOOD CENTERS
Blood Donation Recruiters


Opportunity: LifeSouth Community Blood Centers is the local non-profit serving the blood needs of many hospitals in the Central Alabama area (and throughout the American Southeast). There’s been an ongoing national blood shortage, and our resources and time are stretched thin. Still, we desperately need willing individuals to help promote blood drives, manage accounts, and communicate with our local community leaders on our behalf. This would be an ideal opportunity for recent graduates or students who are wrapping up their degrees in the coming semester.
 

Qualifications: Students seeking career opportunities in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, or the like, then LifeSouth’s Donor Recruiter position may interest them. The starting pay range is $18.50 an hour; it’s an exciting mix of in-the-field recruitment of donors at blood drives and office-centric PR creation, along with building relationships with local business owners and community leaders. They can get valuable experience, a competitive pay rate, and establish relationships that carry them into future careers – whether inside our company or with one of our community partners.

Contact: Tachana Johnson, District Community Development Coordinator, LifeSouth Community Blood Centers, Inc., 396 West Oxmoor Road, Birmingham, AL 35209, (205) 943-6000, tljohnson@lifesouth.org, jrsheehan@lifesouth.org, tlarmstead@lifesouth.org

 

SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Customer Service Representative


Target: Military Veterans
Location: Bessemer & Birmingham, AL

About: Social Security jobs offer the opportunity to provide a service to the public, people already receiving Social Security benefits and people seeking benefits for the first time. SSA benefit programs serve young and old, wealthy and poor, your family and the family next door – people from all walks of life.

Description: Provide assistance to beneficiaries and the general public in person, by telephone, or in writing to provide information on SSA laws, rules and regulations and Medicare Insurance Programs. This includes obtaining information in order to determine eligibility and entitlement for programs administered by SSA and using automation tools to access and update information about claims or potential eligibility.

Qualifications: To qualify, you must be a U.S. Citizen. Additional qualifications are listed in the job announcement online. The Noncompetitive Hiring Authorities listed on the right may be available, but you still need to meet the minimum qualification requirements. No prior Social Security knowledge or experience is required.

Note to Veterans: Disabled Veterans or Veterans who served in a campaign or expedition for which a campaign badge has been authorized or Armed Forces Medal was awarded; or recently separated veteran within the last three years.

To Apply: You must provide a complete Application Package which includes: 1) Resume 2) DD-214 3) Proof of Disability

Benefits: 13 paid vacation days a year, 20 days after 3 years, 26 days after 15 years, 13 days paid sick leave each year, 11 paid Federal holidays, Health benefits including medical, dental, and vision, Life insurance, , Pension benefits under the Federal Employees Retirement System, An optional Thrift Savings Plan (similar to 401K) with government match of employee contributions up to 5 percent of salary, Alternative, flexible schedules, Earned time off, Overtime opportunities, and Pay Raises (All GS positions have pay raises based on the number of successful years of service. With successful performance, the longer your work for SSA, the more your salary will grow.)

Salary: Entry into these positions is typically at the GS-05 level with advancement opportunity within the position to the GS-08 level. Salaries are competitive

Deadline: Friday, August 20, 2022

Contact: Sonya Miller, District Manager, Social Security Admin, Bessemer, AL, 866-593-5647 ext. 16600, Sonya.Miller@ssa.gov

ALABAMA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
ESL Teacher | Alabama School for the Blind


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 36,000 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, ten regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa, Tuscumbia, Opelika and Decatur 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

Qualifications: Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Education from an accrediting school or program. Must have an Alabama Teaching Certificate in the area of English as a Second Language or be able to obtain one within twelve (12) months of employment. Must possess a braille proficiency level of PROFICIENT within 36 months of employment. Demonstrated experience in following verbal and written communication.

Preferred: Master’s degree in Education from an accrediting school or program. Possess one (1) year or more of ESL classroom experience.

Description: Conduct initial screeners of students who indicate a primary home language other than English on the AIDB Home Language Survey (i.e. WIDA). Conduct Individual English Learning Plan meetings at ASB, ASD, and HKS. A willingness to teach other subject areas as needed and depending on the schedule of our students. Participate in the writing and monitoring of I-ELPs, IEPs.  Administer state assessments to EL students to measure language proficiency.  Implement research based strategies for English language acquisition. Coordinate instruction with classroom teacher and provide support and resources. Attend professional development opportunities and share information with AIDB staff

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

SALARY: $43,263– $57,260 Scale l1 Rank 2T (BS-Class B)
$50,711 – $66,180 Scale l1 Rank 1T (MA-Class A)
$53,986 – $69,937 Scale l1 Rank AA (AA Certification)

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

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

Contact: Teresa Heath, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, P.O. Box 698 | 1209 Fort Lashley Ave., Talladega, AL 35161, 256-761-3302, F: 256-761-3372, heath.teresa@aidb.org
 

VCA ANIMAL HOSPITAL HOMEWOOD
Client Service Representative

 

Opportunity: We are seeking an experienced Client Service Representative to join our team. At VCA Animal Hospitals, we take our mission statement – your pet’s health is our top priority and excellent service is our goal – very seriously. With every opportunity, we aim to exceed each pet owner’s expectations. We’re looking for a personable yet highly professional “service extraordinaire” to join us in delivering our mission to our clients and their pets.

Description: As the face of VCA, the Client Service Representative sets the tone for the practice as we build and maintain each customer's trust and confidence in our abilities. The CSR is the pivot around which the hospital operates and is responsible for: Customer service functions, including: greeting visitors, answering telephones, and guiding clients and their pets to exam rooms. Scheduling and confirming appointments. Placing outbound calls for follow-ups and reaching out to prospective clients. Presenting and explaining fees, including processing payments. Recommending, selecting, and obtaining products and services, including prescriptions. Answering questions regarding products and services, including educating clients on general animal husbandry and non-medical pet care (i.e., heartworm prevention, housebreaking, and flea & tick control). Managing medical records, charts, reports and correspondence.  Hospital maintenance (including removal of animal waste) and ensuring that facility is neat and clean at all times—both inside and outside.

Benefits: We offer competitive compensation and great benefits, including, medical/dental/vision and paid vacation (for F/T employees only), 401(k), generous personal pet care discounts, and more!

To Apply: https://www.vcacareers.com/job/16366407/

 

WVTM TV
Digital Producer


Opportunity: WVTM-TV, the Hearst Television-owned station in Birmingham, Al, has an opening for a Digital Producer. The Digital Producer will work under the direction of the Digital Operations Manager to gather content, produce stories for the apps and websites, and produce content for social media platforms. We need someone highly engaged in social media, highly organized, and with a drive to win content on all platforms. Knowledge and experience with Adobe Premier and Photoshop. The ideal candidate is creative and knows the difference between posting for social, the web, and writing for broadcast news.

Description: Web and mobile app posting. Producing videos and graphics for social media. Social Media monitoring and posting. Crowdsourcing, gathering and writing original digital content. Be involved in daily editorial meeting and be aware of daily news coverage. Communicate and working with sister stations and networks on digital coverage. Monitor digital and social analytics.


Qualifications: Editor experience a plus. Non-linear editing knowledge a plus. Knowledge and experience with Adobe Premiere, Photoshop and Audition a plus. Broadcasting degree or equivalent preferred. Knowledge of best practices for Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and TikTok. Highly organized, Skillful Writer, Aggressive content gatherer, Detail-Oriented, Social Media savvy.  Works well in stressful situations and with deadlines, Good news judgment, Desire to win, especially in breaking news situations, Team player.  Be willing to have a flexible schedule

To Apply: careers.htv.hearst.com

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

 

ALABAMA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
Board Certified Behavior Analyst | Autism Program | E. H. Gentry Facility


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 36,000 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, ten regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa, Tuscumbia, Opelika and Decatur 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 our most valuable resource. This position will serve individuals of all ages who have multiple disabilities and challenging behaviors, for the purpose of providing a safe and successful learning environment. Using client centered assessments and data to guide program based decisions, the Behavior Analyst will work with individuals and their stakeholders to provide training and individualized consultative services through a collaborative team approach. The Behavior Analyst will also provide supervision, oversight and training to Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) and other school personnel on skills acquisition programs and behavior reduction strategies. The Behavior Analyst will serve as a member of the IEP team, leading the Functional Behavior Assessment process as well as the development of Behavior Intervention Plans.  You will play a vital role to ensure that AIDB’s culture of inclusion is reinforced by developing behavior plans and programs that promote the provision of comprehensive educational services to sensory impaired individuals. Through a collaborative team approach, you will have an opportunity to use your professional expertise to provide services and support that champion the limitless potential of all individuals.

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Education or related field from an accredited college or university. Must be a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA).  Minimum of two (2) years working with individuals with developmental disabilities and challenging behaviors as well as training staff, parents and teachers.  Must have excellent oral and written communication skills.  Must demonstrate ability to work independently, exercising discretion and good judgment.  Must maintain high ethical standards and confidentiality throughout all duties.
 

Preferred: Master’s degree in Psychology, Education or related field, Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) license/certification

Requirements: Must hold licensure from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) AND the State of Alabama, Department of Mental Health, Alabama Behavior Analyst Licensing Board. Complete Managing Crisis Safely program or other crisis prevention program as designed by administration within the first six (6) months of employment. Attend and plan workshops, conferences and other staff development activities, traveling by air and/or car up to 10% annually (with some occasional overnight stay). Must possess a valid driver’s license and eligible to be insured by AIDB insurance carriers. A sign language proficiency level of SURVIVAL PLUS according to the AIDB evaluation system must be obtained within the first twelve (12) months of employment, INTERMEDIATE PLUS within the first thirty-six (36) months.

Benefits: Health, dental, and vision insurance available-Teachers Retirement System (TRS). Deferred compensation options available. Paid time off.

SALARY: Scale $47,473 - $63,333 D4 Rank 52 (Bachelors)
Scale $50,368- $67,190 D4 Rank 54 (Masters)

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

Contact: Teresa Heath, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, P.O. Box 698 | 1209 Fort Lashley Ave., Talladega, AL 35161, 256-761-3302, F: 256-761-3372, heath.teresa@aidb.org

ALABAMA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
TEACHER (Driver Education) | Career Technical Dept. | 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 36,000 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, ten regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa, Tuscumbia, Opelika and Decatur with programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf

Description: Our employees are among the organizations’ most valuable assets and resources. We share compassion for leveling the playing field for all. Our Mission makes AIDB a unique place to work and we invite you to be a part of the miracles that happen every day.  As a High School Teacher for Alabama School for the Deaf (ASD) you will be responsible for working in a specialized classroom with students who are deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, and multi disabled. ASD is 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), Deaf/Hard of Hearing Education, or related field 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 possess or be eligible to obtain an Alabama Teaching Certificate in Deaf Education (HI) and obtain Driver Education certification within the first thirty-six (36) months of employment. Must possess or be able to obtain Third Party Testing Certification within the first nine (9) weeks of employment (giving the teacher the ability to certify a student’s driving portion of the Driver’s License test without having to carry them to the driver license office).  Must possess a sign language proficiency of INTERMEDIATE upon employment.  Must possess a sign language proficiency of ADVANCED within the first thirty-six (36) months of employment.  Must sign at all time on ASD campus and ASD sponsored events.  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.  A willingness to teach other subject areas as needed and depending on the schedule of our students.  Use tact and friendliness with parents and all other non-staff personnel in a constant public relations program.  Attend and assist with extra-curricular activities (YAP, Various Parades, Career Day, Athletic Events, Clubs and Organizations, after school events, etc.).  Maintain Driver Education car and its maintenance, such as but not limited to washing, report to transportation for scheduled maintenance, express concerns about vehicle operation and/or repairs needed.  Make arrangements to obtain proper documentation needed for students to take driver license permit test and return when process completed.  Arrange for student to go to driver license office to take permit test.  Prepare, maintain and provide all 3rd party testing documentation as required by the State Department.  Meet with State Department personnel/inspectors as requested and provide proper documentation of procedures.  Participate in professional development workshops, conferences and staffing needed to maintain driver education certification and 3rd party testing.

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

Benefits: Health, dental, and vision insurance available-Teachers Retirement System (TRS), Deferred compensation options available, Paid time off

SALARY: $43,263– $57,260 Scale l1 Rank 2T (BS-Class B)
$50,711 – $66,180 Scale l1 Rank 1T (MA-Class A)
$53,986 – $69,937 Scale l1 Rank AA (AA Certification)

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

Contact: Teresa Heath, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, P.O. Box 698 | 1209 Fort Lashley Ave., Talladega, AL 35161, O: 256-761-3302, F: 256-761-3372, heath.teresa@aidb.org
 

HIBBETT WHOLESALE
Warehouse Team Member

 

Monday-Thursday 7:00AM-6:00PM and Friday-Sunday 7:00-6:00PM

Description: Individuals are responsible for handling of product at the case and pallet level to include counting, verifying, separating, picking, stocking, scanning, moving, updating, etc. Move merchandise to other Distribution Center areas as needed. Loads and unloads merchandise onto or from pallet, tray, racks, and shelves by hand. Lifts heavy objects by hand, team lifting, or power equipment. Ensures cases and pallets are correctly sorted.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. 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.

High school diploma or general education degree (GED) required. One to three years related experience and/or training preferred. Proven working experience as a warehouse worker preferred and familiarity with modern warehousing practices/methods preferred. Must be able to pass a criminal background check and a drug screen.

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.  Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Must demonstrate the ability to count accurately.  Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations. Ability to determine and shift priorities quickly as needed or as directed. Ability to follow directions thoroughly and efficiently.

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

To apply: https://www.hibbett.com/corporate/careers-hibbett-citygear.html

Contact: Diana Crawford, Human Resource Manager, Hibbett Wholesale, Inc., 201 Corporate Woods Drive, Alabaster, Alabama 35007, (205)912-7204, Diana.Crawford@hibbett.com
 

WVTM TV
Reporter


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

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

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

To Apply: careers.htv.hearst.com

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

 

ALABAMA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
Adjustment Specialist | 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 36,000 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, ten regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa, Tuscumbia, Opelika and Decatur 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 an Adjustment Specialist for Alabama School for the Deaf (ASD) you will be responsible for working closely with ASD’s Student Life to enrich and empower the lives of our students. 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 of a Bachelor’s degree in Human Services, Social Work, Psychology, Special Education or related field.  Must be willing to work flexible hours (days, evenings and weekends).  Ability to communicate effectively in writing.  Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of INTERMEDIATE according to the AIDB evaluation system upon employment.  Must provide documentation of sign language proficiency evaluation (SCPI available through AIDB).

Preferred: A sign language proficiency level of ADVANCED upon employment.  Possess a CDL Driver’s License upon employment.

Requirements: Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of INTERMEDIATE according to the AIDB evaluation system upon employment. INTERMEDIATE PLUS must be obtained with in the first twenty-four (24) months of employment. ADVANCED must be obtained within the first thirty-six (36) months of employment. Must complete and maintain certification as an instructor of AIDB behavior management training program in order to train other staff members within the first twelve (12) months of employment.  Must complete a Foundations in Deaf/Hard of Hearing E-learning course within the first twelve (12) months of employment.  Must sign at all times on ASD campus and ASD sponsored events. Maintain contact and consultations with counselors, parents, residence staff, and academic staff regarding concerns with particular students. Conduct age and developmentally appropriate educational programs for students in the dormitory related to life skills, social, and emotional development. Provide educational resources for dorm staff to use with students.  Coordinate peer mentoring programs (Big Brothers and Big Sisters).  Act as a liaison between student life and academic department. Attend scheduled meetings with student life and academic staff.  Meet/consult regularly with counselors/psychologists.  Work with outside public agencies such as Social Security Office, Department of Human Resources, Juvenile Probation Office, Health Department, etc.; as well as private agencies to coordinate services for students.  Provide transportation services for students as needed. Conduct home and off-site visits as necessary. Advocate on behalf of the needs and rights of students and families. Plan and/or participate in workshops: i.e. training sessions, workshops, conferences, etc.  Coordinate Dorm Night and other programs related to harassment, good touch/bad touch, relationships, diversity, sex education, safety and security, etc. while working collaboratively with the school counselors.  Co-Sponsor ASD Focus group and participate in other ASD groups and organizations.  Assist in orientation of new students, attend in-service training, and participate on committees.  Assist in the supervision of students related to Student Code of Conduct consequences, behavior intervention goals, etc.   Assist in handling serious behavior incidents that occur during and after school hours that require investigating and completion of appropriate reports.  Assists counselors, directors, school, and residence staff in the development of behavior management plans for students with chronic behavior needs (ASD Connections Meetings).  Meets with directors, counselors, parents, teachers, and residence staff regularly regarding progress of identified students (ASD Connections Meetings).  Keep accurate records of student behavior incidents. Participate in workshops and courses related to behavior management, child development, bullying, etc.  Coordinate annual “Dorm Wars” competition with school, dorm and recreation staff. Coordinate the annual Christmas Sponsorship Program.

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

Benefits: Health, dental, and vision insurance available-Teachers Retirement System (TRS), Deferred compensation options available, Paid time off

SALARY: $36,386 - $48,536 Scale D1 50

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

Contact: Teresa Heath, Talent Acquisition Coordinator, Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, P.O. Box 698 | 1209 Fort Lashley Ave., Talladega, AL 35161, O: 256-761-3302, F: 256-761-3372, heath.teresa@aidb.org

WALMART PELHAM
Food & Grocery Clerk


Opportunity: Why is Walmart America's leading grocery store? Our customers tell us one of the biggest reasons is our hard-working and happy-to-help fresh food and grocery associates. Join our food and grocery team and you will make important decisions about the quality of fruit and vegetables our customers eat and feed to their families.


Work in our deli and you'll be on the frontlines of customer service--your smile can make the difference between a good shopping experience and a great one.  In our bakery--you'll help a family have a great meal. You won't just decorate cakes--you'll help customers celebrate special moments.  Work in our dry grocery department and you will ensure customers find the items they are looking for.  No matter which fresh food or grocery area you work in, there are similarities in all departments. These include detailed cleaning of the shelves and department, checking and maintaining temperature control, verifying dates, and disposing of lesser quality food products.  If you have a passion or experience with fresh food or grocery, this is the job for you.

Description: Help customers find the products they are looking for. Ensure high quality products are available in produce, deli, bakery, dairy, meat, and other departments. Pack ready-to-sell products in proper containers and stock displays. Prepare and serve ready-to-eat food. Assist customers in ordering cakes, fulfilling deli orders, or finding the right produce. Keep area clean, sanitized, and customer-ready

To Apply: https://careers.walmart.com/us/jobs/080138298FG-food-grocery

VALLIS MENTAL HEALTH

Counselors

Opportunity: Vallis Mental Health is a private practice located in Madison, AL. We are looking to hire fully-licensed mental health counselors to meet our high volume of community inquiries and referrals.  The position: full-time contractor position (1099 income). Competitive compensation based on contractor’s chosen caseload (anticipated income range: $80,000-$120,000)

About: The goal of our practice is to provide aspirational patient care and customer service while simultaneously assisting our clinicians to earn a competitive income and to maintain a healthy work-life balance. We strive to provide exceptional support and administrative staff to alleviate non-clinical tasks so clinicians can prioritize therapeutic intervention efforts.

The mission of Vallis Mental Health is to offer services that assist individuals in identifying concerns and achieving goals by utilizing a philosophy of compassion, respect, and acceptance. Vallis Mental Health strives to implement an inclusive approach to any individual seeking support by promoting open-mindedness and by consigning value to each individual seeking assistance. All psychological and emotional presentations will be regarded with the utmost clinical services to guarantee that patients reach their fullest potential and purpose. Methods employed by clinicians at Vallis Mental Health will be reinforced by the biopsychosocial model of medical intervention to offer a holistic and comprehensive patient experience.

Please contact us at mentalhealth@vallisLLC.org to schedule an interview for further information about our practice and the position.

 

TROY UNIVERSITY

Faculty Member

Opportunity: Dept of Counseling, Rehabilitation, and Interpreter Training at the Troy University Troy, AL Campus are seeking qualified applicants for a tenure-track, full-time, 10-month academic year faculty position. Rank will be determined based on the credentials of the final candidate.

Description: The Assistant/Associate Professor position in the Division of Counseling, Rehabilitation, and Interpreter Training is a tenure-track faculty position for Rehabilitation Counseling located at the Dothan, AL campus. This position is responsible for teaching rehabilitation and core counseling courses in a CACREP-accredited rehabilitation graduate counseling program, as well as teaching responsibilities in the undergraduate rehabilitation program; teaching in an interactive environment with other Alabama Campuses; pursuing scholarship, research, and service; and advisement and interaction with rehabilitation colleagues located at other campus locations.

Qualifications: Earned doctorate in Counselor Education from a CACREP program. CRC Credential.  Experience in the rehabilitation field.  Teaching experience in a CACREP or CORE program.  LPC or LMHC licensure

To Apply:  Qualified applications will be made available to the department/committee for review immediately upon submission. We ask that you provide email addresses for your reference providers, and please be certain that the email addresses you list are accurate. If you are selected as a candidate for consideration by the department/committee, an instructional email will be sent to your reference providers to ask that they submit a reference letter on your behalf via a link to our reference portal. Separate reference letters will be requested for each position you apply for (if applicable), so your reference providers will be contacted separately for each application on which you list them. Reference letters will not be copied from one application to another. You can assure your reference providers that our system is secure and that all letters are confidential. If your reference providers have trouble using the reference portal, please advise them to contactjobs@troy.edu.

https://www.troyuniversityjobs.com/postings/34879

Contact: Sherrionda H. Crawford, Ph.D., Department Chair, Counseling, Rehabilitation, and Interpreter Training Division, College of Education, Troy University, 368 Hawkins Hall, Troy, AL 36082, 334-670-3350  -  Or - 1510 Whitewater Ave, Ste 402F, Phenix City, AL 36867, 334-448-5164
 


JULY 2022

 

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
Criminal Investigator Special Agent


Opportunity: Where there is crime, there’s money and that is where IRS-CI comes in. As an IRS-CI Special Agent, you will be working in a challenging, fast-paced environment investigating a wide spectrum of financial crimes related to tax fraud and money laundering. You’ll often partner with the United States Attorney’s Office and other federal law enforcement agencies that rely on IRS-CI’s unique ability to follow the money and locate assets worldwide. We are the only federal agency designated to investigate federal tax crimes.

As the criminal world evolves, so do we. As an IRS-CI Special Agent, you will employ the latest technologies, coupled with ingenuity, tenacity, and team work to uncover the truth. You could be involved in a high-tech international cybercrime case that uses cryptocurrency or you may be investigating public corruption, health care fraud or a convoluted scheme involving offshore tax evasion. You may also be involved in dismantling a major drug trafficking organization. Many of our cases are high-profile and of national importance.

As an IRS-CI Special Agent, you will work an investigation from the initial lead, through arrest and the judicial process. You’ll participate in arrests, search warrants, surveillance, and undercover operations. You will be expected to carry firearms and regularly train in use of force tactics.

IRS-CI offers a great work-life balance. Most applicants obtain positions in the city of their choice and rarely relocate during their careers. However, for those that want to move up in the organization, leadership opportunities are plentiful and rewarding. Agents hired at the GS-9 grade will earn between $69,017 and $84,190 based on location. Typically, after three to four years of service, most fully successful agents will progress to the GS-13 level, with annual earnings from $115,179 to $140,500, based on location.

The Special Agent position offers a pension after 20 to 25 years of service (based on age, with mandatory retirement at age 57). This pension includes health insurance benefits. Many retired agents leverage their experience and skills into lucrative second careers. IRS-CI agents have a long-standing reputation of tirelessly working the most complex, multi-layered financial schemes and are relentless in their pursuit for the finest of details, typically leaving no stone unturned.


You won’t be sitting behind a desk working on a laptop all day. As an IRS CI Special Agent, you will be spending a significant amount of time in the field performing interviews, surveillance and enforcement actions.   You’ll be busy. Like most other federal law enforcement agencies, you’ll work a fifty-hour week – this isn’t a typical 9 to 5, 40 hour a week job. You’ll be on the go!   Your work is important. You’ll be helping our nation fund its operations, pay the bills, and help put criminals in jail.  You are part of a diverse workforce that mirrors the taxpaying public we serve. Our commitment to diversity is reflected in our hiring practices.  You’ll complete the work from start to finish. You’ll investigate the case and if it’s warranted, you’ll see it go through prosecution and a resulting federal conviction and sentencing. 

 

Benefits: We offer competitive salaries and benefits: Great pay plus paid holidays, vacation days, sick leave, health and life insurance, and locations across the U.S.  We provide six months of dedicated training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. There’s a high level of job security. The IRS is a large organization, and the work done at the IRS is sustainable. Because of our size, you will also find that we have tremendous opportunities for career development and advancement.  Retirement comes early. You are eligible to retire after 20 or 25 years (based on age and years of service).

Description: Investigate violations of Federal tax laws. Interview witnesses. Obtain and analyze complex financial evidence. Conduct surveillance. Perform undercover operations. Execute search and arrest warrants. Identify and seize property from illegal activities. Testify and assist the U.S. Attorney during trials. Handle dignitary protection.

Qualifications: Knowledge of accounting and the ability to work with numbers. Our work involves following the money and sorting through the financial and tax aspects of an investigation. Good investigative and analytical skills. You’ll be performing research and tying the pieces of the puzzle together. Ability to write and communicate well. We communicate our findings to the U.S. Attorneys’ office for potential criminal prosecution and you must be able to tell the story factually and compellingly.  Good physical condition and being in shape. Federal agents must be prepared to protect themselves, fellow agents, and the general public. Comfortable carrying firearms and using appropriate force.

What does it take to qualify?  You must enter into service prior to your 37th birthday. You must have one year of specialized experience, or... One full year of graduate level education which included or was supplemented by at least 15 semester/23 quarter hours in accounting plus an additional 9 semester/14 quarter hours from among the following fields: business law, economics, finance, tax law or money and banking, or... A bachelor’s degree with superior academic achievement which included or was supplemented by at least 15 semester/23 quarter hours in accounting plus an additional 9 semester/14 quarter hours from the following fields: finance, economics, business law, tax law or money and banking. You must be able to pass a medical and drug test, background investigation and tax audit.

Benefits: Paid Time Off - We offer our employees 11 paid holidays, 13 days of sick leave, and 13 days of vacation time each year (which increases to 26 days with time). Health Insurance - Employees are eligible for the Federal Employee Health Benefits Program consisting of numerous plan choices that work best for you and your family.  Dental and Vision Insurance - Employees are also eligible for the Federal Employee Dental Vision Insurance Plan (FEDVIP). You can sign up for several different dental and vision plans to fit your personal situation.  Life Insurance - Employees are eligible for the Federal Employees’ Group Life Insurance program.  Flexible Spending Accounts - The Federal Flexible Spending Account Program is a great way to help you save money by setting aside pre-tax dollars, from your paycheck, to help pay for eligible healthcare or daycare costs.  A government pension – All federal employees are automatically enrolled in one of the best retirement systems in the world. Our three-tiered plan consists of a basic annuity, Social Security, and a tax-deferred retirement savings and investment plan (similar to a 401(k) with 5% agency matching).

To Apply:
https://www.usajobs.gov/job/634575800
Announcement number: 22-11371439C-CIX-1811-7T9
Control number: 634575800

Contact: Kristen A. Yukness, MSA, MSCJ, MSPHS, CFE, Supervisory Special Agent, Internal Revenue Service – Criminal Investigation, 2204 Lakeshore Drive, Homewood, AL 35209-6706,  (205) 802-4648 (office),  Kristen.Yukness@ci.irs.gov
 

ABC 33/40 TV
Investigative Reporter


Opportunity: ABC 33/40 is looking for a take-charge Investigative Reporter to help us continue to grow and empower our audiences!  The Investigative Reporter will create, write and edit meaningful stories for station's newscast that can be used across multiple platforms.

Description: Create, 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:  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 investigative 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. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced reporter who wants to spend time working on long-form stories. Occasional fill-in anchoring is possible along with coverage of breaking news & weather.

 

Additionally, this person should have a... 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. 4 years of experience as a Reporter. Must be able to work well under pressure to meet strict deadlines.


Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/8232

 

SAM'S CLUB (HOOVER)
Personal Shopper


Description: Develops and supports Membership by providing information on Membership benefits, promoting the value of Company products and services, processing Memberships, upgrades, and credit accounts, participating in sales and marketing events, and making efforts to meet Membership goals.

 

Maintains safety of Facility by following all safety standards, procedures, and guidelines including conducting safety sweeps, following proper forklift spotting procedures, following proper procedures for handling and disposing of hazardous materials, following Company steel standard guidelines, and correcting/reporting unsafe situations to Management. 

 

Fulfills Member Fax 'n Pull and Click 'n Pull orders by reviewing orders, pulling items from shelves, scanning items, wrapping and palletizing items, ensuring the accuracy of orders and invoices, securing items until Members arrive, and following up on out-of-stock merchandise to meet Member needs.

Completes work assignments and priorities by using policies, data, and resources; collaborating with managers, co-workers, customers, and other business partners; identifying priorities, deadlines, and expectations; carrying out tasks; communicating progress and information; determining and recommending ways to address improvement opportunities; and adapting to and learning from change, difficulties, and feedback.

Provides Member service by acknowledging the Member, identifying their needs, assisting with purchasing decisions, locating merchandise, resolving issues and concerns, and promoting the Company's products and services. Complies with company policies, procedures, and standards of ethics and integrity by implementing related action plans; using the Open Door Policy; and applying these in executing business processes and practices.

Primary Location...  3053 JOHN HAWKINS PKWY, HOOVER, AL 35244-1028

To Apply:
https://walmart.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/WalmartExternal/job/Hoover-AL/XMLNAME--USA--Personal-Shopper---Sam-s_R-1147426?_ccid=1656550849315a20ordau8


WTTO/WBMA 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.


Description: 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: 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. 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
Apply Online URL:
https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/8205

WVTM TV
Producer


Opportunity: WVTM has an opening for a strong, take-charge producer who knows how to create memorable newscasts.


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

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

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

WZDX FOX 54 TV
Multi-Skilled Journalist-13229


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

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

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

Travel: Occasionally: 10%. Work Environment Set: Outdoors: performed in various outdoor environmental conditions.

To Apply: http://www.jobs.net/j/JWxqRdHY?jobdetails=true
Apply Online URL: http://www.jobs.net/j/JWxqRdHY

Contact: Charles Knowles,  Email: cknowles@tegna.com

WBMA/WTTO/WABM TV
Creative Services Producer

 

Description: WBMA/WTTO/WABM is seeking a Creative Services Producer. The person will be responsible for conceptualizing, creating, shooting and editing cutting edge commercials for our clients. Live production experience is a plus. Although every day will not look the same here are some of the main day to day responsibilities of our Creative Services Producer. Coordinate with internal and external clients to meet deadlines and monitor equipment maintenance and usage. Properly coordinate and schedule all aspects of Commercial Production, including working with clients, sales staff and agencies. Work with Sales Management and Account Executives to create a mutually beneficial relationship with clients in the community. Work with Creative Services Director to shoot and edit long form community services program, Our Issues Birmingham. Produce graphics, content and directorial services for live football games, Friday Night Rivals. Contribute creatively to the image content for the stations including promos, IDs, snypes, proof of performance and general marketing content as needed. Produce and distribute outside media content for digital and radio platforms. Attend special events as needed to represent the stations and support on air talent.

 

Qualifications: Non-linear editing experience using Adobe Premier. Extensive shooting and scripting of both short and long form spots. Ability to write, shoot and edit content that tells a compelling story. A strong understanding of fundamental design, sense of color, typography and composition. Advanced knowledge of the post-production process, including media management and encoding video to various formats. Ability to maintain a variety of projects and work with varying production styles while employing strong client service skills. Advanced knowledge of High-definition (HD) cameras and videography, motion graphics and creative lighting techniques. Ability to maintain digital assets, archives and edit systems.  Strong interpersonal skills to navigate internal and external client relationships. Must maintain a valid driver’s license and good driving record. Ability to routinely lift, carry and move equipment in excess of 40 lbs.  Live, multi-camera production and microwave truck experience preferred.  A college degree is preferred.

 

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/8083

ABC 33/40 TV
News Production Assistant

 

Description: ABC 33/40 has an exciting opportunity for a full-time News Production Assistant!  Responsibilities include: Operate Xpression, Audio, Prompter or Camera for our live newscasts. Prep for newscasts including but not limited to: Prepare all fonts to air during newscast. Studio and set preparation. Maintaining studio. Lighting. Editing video for newscasts
 

Qualifications: Must be able to work on weekends, early mornings and evenings. Experience is not necessary, but education and/or internship in television or related field preferred. Training will be provided.

 

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/8107

WHNT-TV
Sales and Marketing/Digital Sales Coordinator


Opportunity: WHNT and WHDF, a Nexstar CBS/CW duopoly located in dynamic Huntsville, Alabama is seeking a motivated and enthusiastic Coordinator to support our Sales team. As a member of digital sales team, the Digital Sales Coordinator is responsible for ensuring accuracy and follow-through of orders related to digital advertising campaigns. This individual will play a critical role in supporting campaign setup, management, and reporting for the sales team.

Qualifications: Previous experience in administration or coordinator position. Experience in Digital Ad Ops, Ad Tech, Media, or Advertising a plus

Description: Accurately traffic digital advertising campaigns for proper billing and order fulfillment. Monitor and track deliverables and pacing of digital ad campaigns and sponsorships, making adjustments as needed. Maintain awareness and knowledge of multiple short- and long-term digital ad campaigns. Update creative, targeting, or product mix in a timely manner, ensuring prompt attention to all digital campaigns. Pull reporting monthly, or more frequently as needed, identifying highlights and opportunities for improvement. Maintain a good working knowledge of all digital products, performance, and trends. Support sales team with filling out order forms and putting together simple ad proposals. Prepare forms and reports for missing creative, campaign pacing, and other internal digital tracking strategies. Assist with sponsorship fulfillment/tracking. Collaborate with other departments to successfully execute advertising and promotional campaigns.


Qualifications: Must possess exceptional communication skills, with the professional savvy of communicating at all levels.  Ability to develop and maintain good working relationships with other individuals across the company. Adaptable to various competing demands and demonstrate the highest level of customer service and response. Proficient with Microsoft Office programs including Outlook, Word, and Excel with advanced knowledge of PowerPoint (a must). Highly resourceful team-player with the ability to also be extremely effective independently. Strong data entry and analytical skill. Attention to detail and demonstrated initiative; self-starter who is organized with strong decision-making capability, ability to follow through without supervision and strong emotional maturity. Superior organizational and administrative skills with the ability to multi-task and prioritize work.

Apply online at: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/nexstar
Apply Online URL: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/nexstar/details/Digital-Sales-Coordinator_REQ-18253?locationRegionStateProvince=31475924e5494080a8a458bf4fa293ed
Job Req #:
18253

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


JUNE 2022

 

PELHAM POLICE DEPT
911 Dispatcher


Description: Answer emergency and non-emergency calls and dispatch the appropriate police and fire units.

Qualifications: Must be 19-years old at the time of employment, High school diploma or GED certificate.
Salary:  $41,246 - $58,614. 

Benefits: Excellent health, dental & vision insurance | Tier 1 retirement through RSA | Paid vacation, sick leave & holidays.

Contact: Paula Holly, City of Pelham, 205-620-6403, pholly@pelhamalabama.gov

 

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. Highly qualified and interested candidates may apply on the UAB Human Resources Employment website found at http://www.uab.edu/humanresources/home/careers. The specific link to the position, T198729/Case Manager -Student Counseling, can be found here, https://uab.taleo.net/careersection/ext/jobdetail.ftl?job=T198729&lang=en&sns_id=mailto#.YroixuTfUFs.mailto.

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. www.uab.edu/students/counseling.

Contact: Angela Stowe, Ph.D., LPC-S, NCC, BC-TMH, Director, Student Counseling Services, amstowe@uab.edu
 

WVTM-TV
Photographer Editor


Opportunity: WVTM-TV has an opening for a self-motivated individual who wants to win each day. We are seeking a photographer with the ability to capture the essence of what???s happening in the field, and then bring it vividly into the homes of our viewers. This member of our team will spend several hours each day editing for newscasts and several hours each day out in the field shooting, editing, and executing live shots for stories. The winning candidate is also tech savvy and up-to-date on the most modern aspects of our medium. You must be able to shoot on Sony XD Cam, GoPro, on laptop computer and iPhone, and edit in Adobe Premiere and utilize the ENG, SNG, and wireless data to feed completed work to the station. Excellent editing skills, exceptional time-management abilities, effective communication style, organization, and knowledge of Adobe Premiere, Precis, ABC and CNN platforms are critical. An excellent eye for video and the highest journalistic standards are a must. If you are quick acting, quicker thinking, and technically savvy, we want you working in our newsroom.

Description: Shooting and editing of VOs, VO-SOTs and packages for Broadcast Air and On-line postings. Working with the Assignment Desk and Reporters to cover daily stories. Gathers video and still pictures for digital platforms. Working with reporters and producers to ensure the best content and facts are gathered. Working with producers to ensure their creative vision is executed with vivid video and natural sound. Communicating and coordinating incoming video elements from crews in the field. Can work with catalog systems to record and locate necessary video. Will produce and publish content to our online platforms. In-person attendance is required
 

Qualifications: Must have computer and software experience. Previous newsroom experience preferred. Can easily carry up to 50 pounds of equipment.  Efficient Operation on ENG trucks. Can work in all weather conditions. Can operate large vehicles, must have a valid drivers license and a near-perfect driving record. Exceptional ability to operate digital editing tools. Can organize and prioritize. Must be a self-starter - someone who doesnt wait to be told what to do. Ability to work under pressure, making quick decisions .


To Apply: Please visit careers.htv.hearst.com
Contact: Andie Baum, andie.baum@hearst.com


WBMA/WTTO TV
Master Control Operator


Description: Broadcast operations including setting up, controlling and monitoring television broadcast equipment to transmit television programs and commercials to the viewing audience. On-air switching, dubbing and transferring programs. Gathering satellite feeds for broadcast use. Preparation and operation of equipment (before, during and after live newscasts). Support the production of newscasts and other live or taped programming for television and multi-platform use. Support operation of the station by assisting Engineering, News, and other departments.
 

Qualifications: WBMA/WTTO is seeking a Master Control Operator. The ideal candidate must be versatile and capable of learning specialized software applications and have an aptitude for operating electronic equipment. You must have great attention to detail, excellent computer skills, and must be able to work in a fast paced environment. Previous experience as a Master Control Operator is preferred.

 

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/8077

MONTROSE ENVIRONMENTAL
Logistics Manager


Opportunity: Are you passionate about creating seamless operations and ready to join an inclusive work environment, committed to excellence, to new ideas, and to delivering value? If the answer is, “Yes!” then we have an exciting career opportunity for you. Who are we? We are Montrose Environmental Group, Inc., the premier environmental services provider.

About: Our Mission is: To help protect the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the soil that feeds us, and is supported by our Principles: We Value Our People, We Value Our Community, We Value Our Clients, We Value Our Shareholders. We care for the well-being of our people and offer: Competitive compensation packages. GSA Per Diem on days with overnight travel. Competitive medical, dental, and vision insurance coverage. Medical, Dependent Care and Transit Flexible Spending Accounts. Company paid Life and Disability Insurance and access to additional voluntary programs. 401k with a competitive employer match. Progressive vacation policies and company holiday to ensure work/life balance for our people. A financial assistance program to help support peers in need. Access to telemedicine and employee assistance programs. Access to best rates in the industry to bring your student loan debt down to size.

Description: The Logistics Manager position is a support role. This Jack-of-all-Trades manager is the communication bridge across Production, Finance, Safety and Reporting. The successful Logistics Manager must possess excellent people manager skills, the ability to organize and plan around dynamic schedules with limited resources and the knowledge necessary to support our production teams so that they are equipped and staffed for success. This roles performs complex tasks and manages both personnel and equipment with minimal supervision.

Logistics Managers are mentors and have as a primary responsibility to coach and teach everyone who reports directly to them. As a key member of the stack team, this role will be responsible for a full range of duties including: Responsible for local office Safety training and compliance. Review Toolbox Topics and Incident Reports weekly with direct report Technicians. Supervise, train, mentor the MAQS Stack Senior Field Technicians, Field Technicians, Shop Managers and Shop Coordinators. Promote team building, employee retention, recruiting and morale. Primary communication bridge between production and finance teams. Responsible for maintaining a project scheduling calendar with 100% real time accuracy.  Responsible for creating Resource Plans and staffing Work Day review and approval of all time sheets and expenses for their direct reports. Efficient scheduling and deploying of our Technicians considering availability, proximity, credentials, experience, safety training, suitability. Manager responsible for local office asset management to include predictive maintenance, inventories, repairs, calibrations, and shop organization / cleanliness (includes all test equipment, gas cylinders, trucks, trailers, etc.) Perform annual employee performance reviews. Assist with inter-regional support of both personnel and equipment. Work with Logistics Coordinator to manage vehicle and trailer fleet (tags, registration, Dangerous Goods Bills of Lading (BOL), inspections, safety equipment, ELD/Telematics equipment, etc.). Work with Logistics Coordinator to ensure compliance with Hazardous Material shipping and transport.

Willing to put their hard hat and work boots on in an emergency to support the production team. Oversight responsibility for maintenance, calibration, cleaning, inventory and repair of all MAQS equipment and assets used for testing . Oversight responsibility for shop organization and cleanliness. Oversight responsibility for Hazardous Materials storage in the shop per State and Federal requirements. Oversight responsibility for office and shop compliance per local and state Fire Marshall ordinances. Oversight responsibility for office and shop security and alarms. Oversight responsibility for managing vehicle service, repairs, tags and licenses at the local office level.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, individuals must be able to perform each duty and responsibility satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. High School diploma through Bachelor’s degree. 8+ years of industry experience preferred.  Experience with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, etc.) is beneficial. Excellent organizational, communication and time management skills. Ability to interface with cross-functional teams and all levels of personnel/management. Strong problem solving and analytical skills. Able to work independently and manage multiple responsibilities (i.e., self-starter, self-motivated). Effective verbal and written communication skills. Ability to think and act strategically and proactively. Resourcefulness, flexibility, and resiliency to operate in a dynamic work environment. Ability and willingness to travel both locally and out-of-town with overnight stays as required. Ability to work in outdoor industrial settings, including climbing to and working on elevated platforms (50ft - 300ft).  Must be able to exert moderate physical effort, including lifting heavy materials up to 50 pounds. Capability to pass background checks and initial and random drug screening.  Valid driver’s license and ability to obtain a DOT medical certification.

To Apply: https://montrose.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/MEG
 

FAMILY CONNECTION
Youth Care Specialist


Opportunity: We have positions that pay an average of $488 per week while only working 2 or 3 shifts per week as a Youth Care Specialist. Health, dental and retirement benefits are included. We will train you so prior experience is not a requirement. Call 205-663-6301 ext. 208 for more details.

Qualifications: High School Diploma/equivalency. Must possess a valid Alabama Driver’s license

Description: Adhere to agency policy and procedures; Maintain accurate documentation; Communicate and work effectively and efficiently with staff, volunteers, and referring entities. Promote a Positive Youth Development, Trauma Informed and Harm Reduction approach; Supervision and care of all youth; Must work effectively and efficiently with others (staff, volunteers, etc.); Be able to coordinate and make decision based on the philosophy of the agency; Be able to learn new procedures and operations;

Attend daily TEAM meetings with staff to discuss therapeutic, behavioral, and educational progress of youth in residential care; Attend House Meetings; Supervise and assist youth with the completion of chores; Provide a positive role model which projects compassion and understanding, while at the same time maintaining a firm position according to the agency policies and procedures, and the rules and guidelines of the daily living plan; Transport youth to and from school; Plan and serve meals and snacks nutritional meals; Plan and participate in recreational activities for youth; Complete all necessary paperwork, which includes daily journal entries; TEAM reports, menu and meal paperwork, thermostat Check Sheets, Medication Tracking Sheet, any other forms as assigned; Advise the Shelter Manager of any problems with the house (maintenance, plumbing, water, equipment, etc.).

MT. BROOK JR HIGH SCHOOL
School Counselor


Mountain Brook Junior High (grades 7-9) is hiring for the position of School Counselor.

Interested candidates may apply through the Teach in Alabama website and/or send email.

Contact: Principal Donald Clayton; atclaytonw@mtnbrook.k12.al.us.
 

ALA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
R-9267 Teacher, High School - 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 36,000 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, ten regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa, Tuscumbia, Opelika and Decatur with programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf.

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

Qualifications: You will play a vital role in the lives of our students and be a part of the miracles that happen every day at AIDB and ASD. This will be accomplished by demonstrating flexibility, positive attitude, agility, and professional maturity. Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Special Education (HI Certification) or Deaf/Hard of Hearing Education, or related field from an accredited college/university. Utilize full range of communication and language levels including use of sign, spoken language, and any additional modes of communication.

Must provide recent documentation of sign language proficiency (SCPI) or take a sign language proficiency evaluation (SCPI) available through AIDB. Must possess a sign language proficiency evaluation of INTERMEDIATE upon employment. Must possess excellent communication skills. Possess skills in MS Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, Word, etc.)

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

Position Requirements: Must have or be able to obtain an Alabama Teaching Certificate within the first six (6) months of employment date. Must have or be able to obtain a HI Certification within the first thirty-six (36) months of employment. Must have or be able to obtain content area 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-six (36) 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. Upon offer of employment, the applicant must submit to a fingerprint background check at an agency designated and paid by AID

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

Salary:

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


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

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

MONTROSE ENVIRONMENTAL
Environmental Field Technician


$1,000 Sign-On Bonus

Opportunity: Are you interested in a career that protects the environment and the air we breathe? Are you looking to be a part of a team that is willing to invest in you from day one? If the answer is, “Yes!” then we have an exciting career opportunity for you where you will receive formal and on the job training so you can succeed regardless of your previous experience.

Description: Begin your journey outdoors! Our field technicians get hands-on experience collecting data while spending most of their time outdoors in a hardhat rather than in a cubicle. As a key member of the stack team, this role will be responsible for a full range of duties including: Project preparation: glassware preparation, cleaning procedures, repair, calibration and fabrication. Project deployment, testing per prescribed methods, breakdown, and demobilization of equipment. Record test data ensuring information on datasheets is complete and accurate. Practice safety methods and procedures, and report all potential dangers and hazards.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, individuals must be able to perform each duty and responsibility satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. High School diploma through Bachelor’s degree. No experience necessary. Transferable experience: laborer, construction, industrial maintenance, mechanical, laboratory, environmental, field science, etc. Capacity for overnight and local travel for multi-weekday projects up to 70% of the time or more. Flexibility is a must as the position may require weekend travel or work for a few projects during the year. Ability to work in outdoor industrial settings, including climbing to and working on elevated platforms (50ft - 300ft). Must be able to exert moderate physical effort, including lifting heavy materials up to 50 pounds. Capability to pass background checks and initial and random drug screening. Valid driver’s license and ability to obtain a DOT medical certification.

About: Our Mission is: To help protect the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the soil that feeds us, and is supported by our Principles: We Value Our People, We Value Our Community, We Value Our Clients, We Value Our Shareholders. We care for the well-being of our people and offer: GSA Per Diem on days with overnight travel.  QI/QSTI Certification Training and Incentive Program.  Industry leading benefits packages, including company paid life and disability insurance. Paid parental leave benefits. Four (4) weeks’ vacation PLUS company holidays including floating holidays to meet the diverse needs of our people.  401(k) plan and competitive match offered. A financial assistance program to help support peers in need. An educational reimbursement program. Access to best rates in the industry to bring your student loan debt down to size.

From comprehensive air measurement and laboratory services to regulatory compliance, emergency response, permitting, engineering, and remediation, Montrose delivers innovative and practical design, engineering and operational solutions that keep its clients on top of their immediate needs – and well ahead of the strategic curve. We are a fast-paced and dynamic team. At Montrose, you are your own boss, but you will get tons of guidance and plenty of support from talented, super-smart colleagues. Therefore, if freedom, autonomy, head-scratching professional challenges attract you, we’d love to speak with you.

Want to know more about us? Visit montrose-env.com and have fun!

To Apply: https://montrose.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/MEG

SIMON MARKETS
Fintech Sales Specialist


Opportunity: Want to work at the forefront of a fast-growing and award winning fintech company? With an incredible team and partners looking for innovative results, we’re rapidly growing and continue to add new asset classes to our offerings. We are on the lookout for smart and collaborative talent to join our team. As a cloud-based company, we are currently operating in a flexible and hybrid work model.

 

We offer a competitive salary and benefits, the chance to work with a curated team of top-notch, highly creative talent, and a fun and agile work environment with many perks in the heart of Birmingham, AL.

Description: As a Fintech Sales Specialist within our Distribution team, you will be responsible for the growth and adoption of our platform. You will function as a preliminary contact for our retail financial advisor networks and become an expert on the SIMON platform. You will educate and engage financial advisors within our network to facilitate best-in-class service. At SIMON, you will work in a dynamic, entrepreneurial environment which is consistently evolving. This is a unique opportunity to play a pivotal role in the scaling of our company. As part of your first few months of training, you will have the tools and materials provided and paid for by SIMON to acquire your Series 7, Series 63, Life & Health Insurance License, and Securities Industry Essentials. These credentials will help you succeed in your role and grow your skills once you join the team!

How You Will Fulfill Your Potential...  Proactively engage in sales campaigns targeting financial advisors. Be an expert on the SIMON platform, showcase the full functionality of SIMON within structured products and annuities. Raise awareness of the SIMON platform; Help advisors build and manage their structured product and annuity business. Possess a high level of attention to detail and organization as well as the desire to learn multiple technology and financial systems. Act as a liaison between end user issues and the SIMON engineering / platform solution team. Manage all interactions (calls, emails, webinars, demos) in salesforce.com.  Learn, understand, and stay current on the structured product and annuity landscape and how SIMON supports these areas holistically. Share creative ideas to enhance the user experience on SIMON. Assist on other projects as needed, such as supporting distributor roll-outs, training sessions and new product lines
 

Qualifications; Bachelor's degree. 1-2 years of sales experience. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Series 7 certification. Proficiency in Outlook, Excel and Salesforce.com. Previous financial industry experience. Series 63 certification. Life & Health Insurance License. Securities Industry Essentials certification.

About: Launched in 2018, SIMON helps financial advisors build the portfolio of tomorrow by giving them access to more investment opportunities. The SIMON platform offers a marketplace for risk-managed and alternative solutions, including structured investments, annuities, and traditional and progressive alternatives. With education and analytics breaking down the complexity inherent in these products, and a centralized workflow for lifecycle management, financial advisors can learn, transact, and manage client portfolios with confidence.

Over 100,000 financial professionals with $5 trillion in combined client assets turn to SIMON to stay ahead in an ever-evolving investment landscape. SIMON is an independently operating fintech company with backing from market participants Barclays, Citi, Credit Suisse, Goldman Sachs, HSBC, J.P. Morgan, Prudential, and Wells Fargo, and growth equity firm WestCap. To learn more about SIMON, visit www.simon.io and follow the company on Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter.

To Apply: https://simon.io/careers/open-positions/?gh_jid=4334642004

Contact: Mason Onstott, mason.onstott@simonmarkets.com, Lead Platform Specialist | Structured Investments & Annuities, SIMON | 368 9th Ave., 16th Floor New York, NY 10001 | 917.793.9193

ALA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
R-9261 Interpreter Coordinator -AIDB- Special Projects | NRSC


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 36,000 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, ten regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa, Tuscumbia, Opelika and Decatur 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 organization’s most valuable assets and resources. We share compassion for leveling the playing field for all. Our Mission makes AIDB a unique place to work. AIDB Special Projects Department is AIDB's collaborative effort to invest additional time and funding with federal partners in order to support the mission of AIDB: To provide comprehensive education and service programs of superior quality to children with sensory differences and their families. It is our goal to expand services beyond our campus programs and even beyond our state borders.Special Projects consist of Gallaudet University Regional Center- South, The NTID Regional STEM Center at AIDB, The APH Center for Assistive Technology Training, The Gallaudet University Regional Early Acquisition of Language Project, and the Joe Tom Armbrester Agricultural Education Program.

Qualifications: You will play a vital role to ensure that AIDB’s culture is reinforced and that employees feel connected, recognized and proud to be a part of the company. You will also contribute to the development of AIDB Special Projects Department. Special Projects | NRSC South Region serves Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas.

Possess and maintain Alabama Interpreter Licensure upon employment. Knowledge of federal and state laws related to interpreting. Valid driver license, an automobile for use on the job, and liability insurance in effect. Three (3) years or more of formal work experience interpreting for the Deaf/DeafBlind.

Preferred: Three (3) years or more of coordinating interpreting services.

Position requirements: Possess a minimum entry sign language proficiency level of ADVANCED according to AIDB evaluation system (SLPI/SCPI); and ADVANCED PLUS must be obtained within the first thirty -six (36) months of employment. Provide and coordinate Interpreting Services. Must be willing to travel on a daily basis. Willing and able to work flexible schedules to include holidays, nights, and weekends. Assist in planning and participate in all Special Projects activities, i.e., educational workshops, social/community events, summer camps, and/or statewide programs. Develop and maintain contracts with interpreters and agencies. Upon offer of employment, the applicant must submit to a fingerprint background check at an agency designated and paid by AIDB

Salary: $44,871-$70,670 Scale PI Rank IC; 260 Days; Direct deposit is required; bi-monthly payroll.  This is an exempt position and is not subject to overtime and/or compensatory time provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.  Benefits: Health, dental, and vision insurance available. TRS retirement. Deferred compensation options available. Paid time off.

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

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

ALA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
R-9258 ESL Teacher


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 36,000 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, ten regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa, Tuscumbia, Opelika and Decatur 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.

Qualifications: Minimum Bachelor’s degree in Education from an accrediting school or program. Must have an Alabama Teaching Certificate in the area of English as a Second Language. Must possess a braille proficiency level of PROFICIENT within 36 months of employment. Demonstrated experience in following verbal and written communication.

Preferred: Master’s degree in Education from an accrediting school or program. Possess one (1) year or more of ESL classroom experience.

Position requirements: Conduct initial screeners of students who indicate a primary home language other than English on the AIDB Home Language Survey (i.e. WIDA). Conduct Individual English Learning Plan meetings at ASB, ASD, and HKS. A willingness to teach other subject areas as needed and depending on the schedule of our students. Participate in the writing and monitoring of I-ELPs, IEPs. Administer state assessments to EL students to measure language proficiency. Implement research based strategies for English language acquisition. Coordinate instruction with classroom teacher and provide support and resources. Attend professional development opportunities and share information with AIDB staff. Upon offer of employment, the applicant must submit to a fingerprint background check at an agency designated and paid by AIDB

SALARY: $43,263– $57,260 Scale l1 Rank 2T (BS-Class B)
$50,711 – $66,180 Scale l1 Rank 1T (MA-Class A)
$53,986 – $69,937 Scale l1 Rank AA (AA Certification)

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

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

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

2022 WORLD GAMES EVENTS

Broadcast Venue Managers

 
Dates: 7/5/2022-7/18/2022 – 14 Consecutive workdays, including weekends
Hours: TBD- 9+ hours per day.
Rate: $25.00 per hour
 

Duties: Assist the BVM in all the tasks required, but not limited to, as: oversees the on-site operations of the Host Broadcaster and Right Holding Broadcasters at the venue. Coordinate the broadcast operations, logistics and administration. Act as primary point of contact with the venue management. Verify the technical installation and removal of the equipment at the facilities

Qualifications: Applicable graduate or undergraduate studies preferred. Previous position experience in similar events or equivalent activities a plus.

 

Notes: All applicants must be 18 years of age or older, present a clear background and pass a pre-employment Drug Test.

 

To Apply: www.darrellwalkerworkforce.com

Contact: Leigh Mollet, Vice President, Darrell Walker Personnel, Recruiter for 2022 World Games Events, 205.508.5511, leigh@dwpworkforce.com

2022 WORLD GAMES EVENTS
Venue Cable Installers


Dates: 7/7/2022-7/17/2022 – 11 Consecutive workdays, including weekends
Hours: TBD- 9+ hours per day.
Rate: $20.00 per hour

Duties: Before the actual production, cablers are responsible to run and place the cameras cabling during set-up, and de install de cables during the tear-down (strike). They will be send in advance to the venues which turnover time is tight due to the production needs to do the camera cables pre-installation.

Qualifications: Applicable graduate or undergraduate studies preferred. Previous position experience in similar events or equivalent activities a plus.

 

Notes: All applicants must be 18 years of age or older, present a clear background and pass a pre-employment Drug Test.

 

To Apply: www.darrellwalkerworkforce.com

Contact: Leigh Mollet, Vice President, Darrell Walker Personnel, Recruiter for 2022 World Games Events, 205.508.5511, leigh@dwpworkforce.com

2022 WORLD GAMES EVENTS
IP Network Administrator

 

Dates: 6/27/2022-7/19/2022 – 23 Consecutive workdays, including weekends
Hours: TBD- 9+ hours per day.
Rate: $25.00 per hour
 

Duties: IP Network installation, maintenance and support for IT operations for users in an event.

Qualifications: Applicable graduate or undergraduate studies preferred. Previous position experience in similar events or equivalent activities a plus.

 

Notes: All applicants must be 18 years of age or older, present a clear background and pass a pre-employment Drug Test.

 

To Apply: www.darrellwalkerworkforce.com

Contact: Leigh Mollet, Vice President, Darrell Walker Personnel, Recruiter for 2022 World Games Events, 205.508.5511, leigh@dwpworkforce.com

2022 WORLD GAMES EVENTS

ENG (Electronic News Gathering) Assistant


Dates: 7/2/2022-7/17/2022 – 16 Consecutive workdays, including weekends
Hours: TBD- 9+ hours per day.
Rate: $25.00 per hour

Duties: The ENG (Electronic News Gathering) assistant will work as part of a Highlights and News camera/reporting crew. Assists in all aspects of producing video material, features and athlete interviews for progromes. They will work at venues as well as other locations. Media Students applies.

Qualifications: Applicable graduate or undergraduate studies preferred. Previous position experience in similar events or equivalent activities a plus.

 

Notes: All applicants must be 18 years of age or older, present a clear background and pass a pre-employment Drug Test.

 

To Apply: www.darrellwalkerworkforce.com

Contact: Leigh Mollet, Vice President, Darrell Walker Personnel, Recruiter for 2022 World Games Events, 205.508.5511, leigh@dwpworkforce.com

2022 WORLD GAMES EVENTS
Archive Loggers


Dates: 7/2/2022-7/17/2022 – 16 Consecutive workdays, including weekends
Hours: TBD- 9+ hours per day.
Rate: $20.00 per hour

Duties: Archive Loggers are responsible for providing detailed written descriptions and time codes for all footage shot by the Production Teams live transmission into a Logging device computer connected to a main video server. Logs generally identify all athletes, scores, and results shot. These logs are used by the production personnel to identify time codes and to quickly retrieve footage that can be edited and used in packages.

Qualifications: Applicable graduate or undergraduate studies preferred. Previous position experience in similar events or equivalent activities a plus.

 

Notes: All applicants must be 18 years of age or older, present a clear background and pass a pre-employment Drug Test.

 

To Apply: www.darrellwalkerworkforce.com

Contact: Leigh Mollet, Vice President, Darrell Walker Personnel, Recruiter for 2022 World Games Events, 205.508.5511, leigh@dwpworkforce.com

2022 WORLD GAMES EVENTS
Utility Techs


Dates: 6/21/2022-7/21/2022 – 31 Consecutive workdays, including weekends
Hours: TBD- 9+ hours per day.
Rate: $20.00 per hour

Duties: Utility Techs assist the engineering crew by carrying equipment, placing cabling during set-up, and assisting during the tear-down (strike). During the production, Utility Techs may be reassigned to work as camera assistants or be placed in other support positions. Reports to the technical manager and to whom ever else they are assigned during the actual production time.

Qualifications: Previous position experience in similar events or equivalent activities a plus. Previous warehouse, event set up and material handling experience preferred.

 

Notes: All applicants must be 18 years of age or older, present a clear background and pass a pre-employment Drug Test.

 

To Apply: www.darrellwalkerworkforce.com

Contact: Leigh Mollet, Vice President, Darrell Walker Personnel, Recruiter for 2022 World Games Events, 205.508.5511, leigh@dwpworkforce.com

2022 WORLD GAMES EVENTS
Administrative Assistant


Dates: 6/21/2022-7/21/2022 – 31 Consecutive workdays, including weekends
Hours: TBD- 9+ hours per day.
Rate: $20.00 per hour

Duties: Administrative Assistant works within the different Departments at the International Broadcast Centre (IBC) - office. Applicants should have completed courses in the related area(s), and be familiar with Microsoft Office Package software, as well as reporting and any other skills like interpreters. Good computer skills and to be able to do short translations during their duties related to Logistics services to be provided to ISB personnel within venues and the IBC. (i.e Transport, Catering, Accommodation, Accreditations, etc). Fits in an undergraduate student profile.

Qualifications: Applicable graduate or undergraduate studies preferred. Previous position experience in similar events or equivalent activities a plus.  Microsoft Office products proficiency a must.  Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook.

 

Notes: All applicants must be 18 years of age or older, present a clear background and pass a pre-employment Drug Test.

 

To Apply: www.darrellwalkerworkforce.com

Contact: Leigh Mollet, Vice President, Darrell Walker Personnel, Recruiter for 2022 World Games Events, 205.508.5511, leigh@dwpworkforce.com

2022 WORLD GAMES EVENTS
Camera/ Audio Assistant


Dates: 7/5/2022-7/17/2022 – 10-14 Consecutive workdays, including weekends
Hours: TBD- 9+ hours per day.
Rate: $18.00 per hour

Duties: Protects and assists the camera operator by keeping people from walking into the camera’s field of view, eliminating potential obstacles or obstructions, and keeping camera cables untangled and free from traffic. A handheld camera assistant is mainly responsible for reacting to the camera operator’s movement during an event by feeding the operator camera cable during the production. In order to accomplish this feat, the camera assistant has to pay attention and learn the over and under cable coiling method. This method greatly reduces cable tangling and ultimately allows the operator to move freely to react to the task at hand. In addition, the camera assistant may collect food for the camera operator, carry extra batteries, and sometimes work as a spotter, looking for shot possibilities or other happenings that the shooter should know about. The camera assistant may also assist with set-up, reposition, and strike of camera equipment. Reports to the camera operator. Fits in an undergraduate student profile.

Qualifications: Applicable graduate or undergraduate studies preferred. Previous position experience in similar events or equivalent activities a plus.
 

Notes: All applicants must be 18 years of age or older, present a clear background and pass a pre-employment Drug Test.

 

To Apply: www.darrellwalkerworkforce.com

Contact: Leigh Mollet, Vice President, Darrell Walker Personnel, Recruiter for 2022 World Games Events, 205.508.5511, leigh@dwpworkforce.com
 


MAY 2022

 

ALA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
Director of Diversity, Leadership Training


Opportunity: AIDB is hiring for the position of Director of Diversity, Leadership Training, and Mentoring of Interpreters of Color in the Special Projects Department.

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 36,000 infants, toddlers, children, adults and seniors with hearing and vision loss throughout Alabama each year. Our services literally span a lifetime including seven campuses in Talladega, ten regional centers located in Birmingham, Dothan, Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery, Talladega, Tuscaloosa and Tuscumbia - including new locations in Opelika and Decatur - and programs that range from early and senior intervention, traditional and nontraditional education services in residential and outreach settings and a manufacturing facility that is the state’s largest employer of adults who are blind and deaf.

Description: Our employees are among the organization’s most valuable assets and resources. We share compassion for leveling the playing field for all. Our Mission makes AIDB a unique place to work. AIDB Special Projects Department is AIDB's collaborative effort to invest additional time and funding with federal partners in order to support the mission of AIDB: To provide comprehensive education and service programs of superior quality to children with sensory differences and their families. It is our goal to expand services beyond our campus programs and even beyond our state borders. Special Projects consist of Gallaudet University Regional Center- South, The NTID Regional STEM Center at AIDB, and The APH Center for Assistive Technology Training, The Gallaudet University Regional Early Acquisition of Language Project, and the Joe Tom Armbrester Agricultural Education Program.

You will play a vital role in the development and management of the Diversity, Leadership Training, and Mentoring of Interpreters of Color program being established throughout the Southeast in conjunction with the Southeastern Interpreter Guidance Network (SIGN). You will also contribute to the development of the AIDB Special Projects Department. Special Projects South Region serves Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas; and on occasion service to Virginia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

You will be responsible for implementing the goals provided for the development of interpreter training, mentoring and support through specified scopes of work and supervise and evaluate an administrative assistant and possibly others. You will be required to travel to and within Alabama and the 12-states in the southeastern region. You must also be willing to work onsite as needed. You will be a vital part of the transformative process of identifying and determining priorities relative to development of Interpreter Mentoring. The Director reports to the Executive Director of Special Projects.

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

Qualifications: Possess and maintain RID Certification and Alabama Interpreter Licensure upon employment. Knowledge of federal and state laws related to interpreting. Valid driver license, an automobile for use on the job, and liability insurance in effect. Seven (7) years or more of formal work experience interpreting for the Deaf/DeafBlind.  Possess a working knowledge of interpreting models and their application within mentoring.

Preferred: Ten (10) years or more of formal work experience interpreting for the Deaf/DeafBlind. Extensive knowledge of peer-reviewed, evidence-based practices in interpreter mentoring and training. Proven experience in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion program development and management. Reside in/be willing to relocate to one of the states served by the program as listed above within 6 months.

Requirements: Possess a minimum entry sign language proficiency level of ADVANCED according to AIDB evaluation system (SLPI/SCPI); and ADVANCED PLUS must be obtained within the first thirty-six (36) months of employment. Must provide documentation of sign language proficiency evaluation (SCPI available through AIDB).  Develop and maintain effective partnerships with Interpreter Training Programs (ITP) throughout the region, particularly with Troy University and ITPs in surrounding states.  Foster and maintain positive working relationships with interpreters and interpreter agencies.  Provide guidance and supervision of a network of mentors/mentees developed throughout the region.  Provide and coordinate mentoring opportunities both virtually and in-person.  Must be willing to travel regularly to and within the 12-state southeast region.  Willing and able to work flexible schedules to include holidays, nights, and weekends.  Assist in planning and participate in all activities, educational workshops, social/community events, and/or statewide and/or programs.  Enter current participant information into a database as needed for demographics purposes.

Notes: Upon offer of employment, the applicant must submit to a fingerprint background check at an agency designated and paid by AIDB.  SALARY: $51,801- $89,568 Scale A1 04.  260 Days; Direct deposit is required; bi-monthly payroll.  This is an exempt position and is not subject to overtime and/or compensatory time provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act.  Benefits: Health, dental, and vision insurance available, TRS retirement, Deferred compensation options available, Paid time off

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

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: June 2, 2022

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

 

WHNT-TV
Sales and Marketing/Account Executive

 

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

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

Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Advertising or Mass Communications, or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and work-related experience. Minimum one year’s experience in sales, preferably in the media field. Valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record. Experience achieving long-range objectives and implementing the strategies and actions to achieve them. Proficiency with computers, telephones, copiers, scanners, fax machines and other office equipment. Proficiency in prospecting and aggressively seeking new clientele by networking, cold-calling, walking in, referrals and other means
Expert in the customer’s business by gaining a deep understanding of their goals, objectives, and processes as well as their external environment including key market and consumer trends. Creative - the ability to design, create and deliver customized advertising proposals/presentations
Present client solutions by building rapport and delivering results through TV and Digital platforms while providing excellent top-notch service
Supply client detailed information, and guidance, qualitative research while recommending new opportunities for profit and/or service improvements

To Apply: Apply online at: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/nexstar
Apply Online URL: https://nexstar.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/nexstar/details/Account-Executive_REQ-14852
Job Req #: 14852
Website: https://whnt.com/

Contact: Regina Tom, rtom@nexstar.tv

 

ALA INSTITUTE FOR DEAF & BLIND
Information Technology Production and Communications Coordinator


AIDB is hiring for the position of  Information Technology Production and Communications Coordinator, Special Projects (AIDB-North, Decatur, Alabama)

About: The Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind (AIDB) is the world’s most comprehensive education, rehabilitation and service program serving individuals of all ages who are deaf, blind, deafblind and multidisabled and their families. Founded in 1858, AIDB serves more than 36,000 infants, toddlers, children, adults, and seniors with hearing and vision loss throughout Alabama each year.
Special Projects has collaborated with the National Technical Institute for the Deaf and Gallaudet University. The collaborations currently serve twelve states in the Southeast, which includes Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Texas. The mission of Special Projects is to promote STEM educational initiatives and career awareness for students who are Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing in primary and secondary schools and to ensure that infants and toddlers ranging in age from birth to 3 years old and who are deaf or hard of hearing has full access to languages, including American Sign Language and English.

Description: This position will play a vital role in the development, support, and delivery of a wide variety of technical fields, including, but not limited to, Audio/Visual equipment, Networking, Computer Maintenance, Robotics support, business software programs, and other new technologies as AIDB-Special Projects strives to employ technology to support their mission.
 

Your office will be based in Talladega, Alabama initially. As our program continues to grow, you will be required to relocate to Decatur, Alabama. You will be required to travel with Departments and trainers to events across the Southeast to provide assistance with setup and support to guarantee that AIDB-Special Projects programs are able to provide the highest quality services. You will work with NRSC’s IT certification programs, mainly providing lab instruction and support for the labs. As well as being able to work independently during travel you will also be required to work on a team, provide IT support, and install ethernet cables as new construction is completed on buildings at AIDB-North in Decatur, Alabama.

Qualifications: Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Professional experience or post secondary training in one of the following fields required: Computer Technology, Information and Technology Training, or related field.  Ten (10) years of successful work experience in technology and instruction; including instruction and training classes, computer service, maintenance or repair (including hardware/software installation and configuration or course work/certification in computer technology). Experience working on long term projects as a team as well as working independently. Knowledge of computer systems and networking, including Microsoft Windows, Macs, and Adtran. Knowledge of MDM solutions such as Cisco Meraki System Manager. Experience with coordinating Audio/Visual Setup for large events. Including PA systems and Projectors. Experience dealing with telecommunication wiring solutions.   Must be experienced in using Google applications and Microsoft Office software. Must be able to troubleshoot software and hardware problems with computers, printers, scanners, iPads and other devices.  Must be experienced with installation, usage, and repairs of Windows and Apple operating systems.  Must be willing to attend special training workshops and/or conferences for upgrading skills in Technology.  Travel with periodic overnight travel required.  Must be able to lift fifty (50) pounds. Must be able to communicate effectively with Deaf staff and with students/clients served within the scope of the work. Must have a sign language proficiency level of SURVIVAL according to the AIDB evaluation system upon employment. Must provide documentation of sign language proficiency evaluation (SCPI available through AIDB).

 

Preferred: Preference will be given to persons with background and work experiences with the Deaf.  Experience with media editing and production is a plus.  Benefits: Health, dental, and vision insurance available-Teachers Retirement System (TRS).  Deferred compensation options available.  Paid time off

 

Notes: Upon offer of employment, the applicant must submit to a fingerprint background check at an agency designated and paid by AIDB. SALARY: $55,759 - $74,379 Scale PI Rank 56 (260 days)

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

Deadline for Application: June 2, 2022

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

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. 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. 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!

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.

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
Apply Online URL: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/7792

ABC 33/40 TV
Multimedia Journalist

 

Opportunity: ABC 33/40 is looking for two Multi-Media Journalists. We just sent one to Tampa and we have a strong track record of sending journalists to major markets. Your responsibilities as an MMJ will include reporting, shooting and editing news stories, enterprising story ideas, developing contacts, as well as other responsibilities as assigned. You will be expected to produce daily content on a variety of platforms including the internet, social networking sites and mobile phones, in addition to television.

Qualifications: A minimum of 1-2 years reporting experience is required.  Experience with live shots is required.  Experience with Live-U is a plus.
Sharp news judgment.  Critical thinking skills.  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.

 

To Apply: Apply Online URL: https://edyy.fa.us2.oraclecloud.com/hcmUI/CandidateExperience/en/sites/CX_2002/job/7776
While applying online, please include a link to your online demo reel


Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group


WVTM-TV
Photographer Editor


Opportunity: WVTM-TV has an opening for a self-motivated individual who wants to win each day. We are seeking a photographer with the ability to capture the essence of what???s happening in the field, and then bring it vividly into the homes of our viewers. This member of our team will spend several hours each day editing for newscasts and several hours each day out in the field shooting, editing, and executing live shots for stories. The winning candidate is also tech savvy and up-to-date on the most modern aspects of our medium. You must be able to shoot on Sony XD Cam, GoPro, on laptop computer and iPhone, and edit in Adobe Premiere and utilize the ENG, SNG, and wireless data to feed completed work to the station. Excellent editing skills, exceptional time-management abilities, effective communication style, organization, and knowledge of Adobe Premiere, Precis, ABC and CNN platforms are critical. An excellent eye for video and the highest journalistic standards are a must. If you are quick acting, quicker thinking, and technically savvy, we want you working in our newsroom.
 

Description: Shooting and editing of VOs, VO-SOTs and packages for Broadcast Air and On-line postings.  Working with the Assignment Desk and Reporters to cover daily stories. Gathers video and still pictures for digital platforms.  Working with reporters and producers to ensure the best content and facts are gathered.  Working with producers to ensure their creative vision is executed with vivid video and natural sound. Communicating and coordinating incoming video elements from crews in the field. Can work with catalog systems to record and locate necessary video. Will produce and publish content to our online platforms. In-person attendance is required
 

Qualifications: College degree in broadcast journalism, broadcast news, or related field preferred.  Must have computer and software experience. Previous newsroom experience preferred. Can easily carry up to 50 pounds of equipment.  Efficient Operation on ENG trucks.  Can work in all weather conditions.  Can operate large vehicles, must have a valid drivers license and a near-perfect driving record. Exceptional ability to operate digital editing tools. Can organize and prioritize. Must be a self-starter - someone who doesnt wait to be told what to do.  Ability to work under pressure, making quick decisions.

 

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

Contact: Kelsey Lawrence, klawrence@hearst.com

RESTORATIVE COUNSELING SERVICES
Contract Therapists


Opportunity: We are looking for licensed individuals to join the team in our Montgomery Office.

Requirements: ALC, LPC, LCSW, LMSW.  The ability to carry a minimal of 10 clients on caseload.  Excellent communication skills.  A minimal of 1 year of direct counseling experience. The ability to work independently. Not currently working in private practice in any capacity.  This position is designed to grow into a fulltime position if desired.

To Apply: Send your CV to info@rcsbham.com after you've completed the online application

Contact: Shan Davis, HR director, 205-675-6592.  201 Beacon Pkwy W. Ste 400, Birmingham, Al 35209
 

WVTM-TV
Producer


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

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

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

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

Contact: Kelsey Lawrence, klawrence@hearst.com

 

REVITA THERAPY & WELLNESS

Therapist

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

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

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

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

STATE FARM

Agent Team Member

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

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

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


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

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


IMPACT FAMILY COUNSELING

Therapist

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

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

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

FOX 54 TV
Sports Anchor/MSJ

 

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

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

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

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

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

UNITED COUNSELING

Therapist

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

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

FOX 54 TV
Content Producer


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

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

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

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

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


APRIL 2022

 

WVTM TV
Creative Services Director


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

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

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

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

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

SHIFT MARKETS
Financial Operations Associate


Financial Operations - Cryptocurrency - Fluency in Mandarin - Remote

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

ALEXANDER ADVERTISING
Graphic Designer


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

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

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

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

 

WHNT/WHDF TV
Director of Sales

 

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

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

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

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

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

Contact: Regina Tom, rtom@nexstar.tv

SPECTRUM
Production Account Manager


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

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

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

WVTM TV
Master Control Operator


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

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


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

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

STATE FARM
Service & Marketing


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

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

WVTM TV
Account Executive


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

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

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


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

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

 

WVTM TV
IT Support Specialist


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

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

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


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

Contact: Kelsey Lawrence, klawrence@hearst.com

THRIVE COUNSELING
Counselor/Therapist


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

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

To Apply: Send resume to jharrolle@thrivetrauma.com

 

WZDX TV
Multiskilled Journalist


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

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


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

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

Contact: Charles Knowles, cknowles@tegna.com


CHARLES HENDERSON CHILD HEALTH CENTER
Healthy Steps and ACEs Coordinator


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

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

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

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

MATRIX
Sales Rep


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

 

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

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

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

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

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

OASIS COUNSELING FOR WOMEN & CHILDREN
Triage Counselor


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

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

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

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

 


MARCH 2022

 

McWANE SCIENCE CENTER
Aquarist


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


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

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

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

 

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

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

JBS MENTAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
Career Fair


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

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

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

ALABAMA SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS
School Counselor


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

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

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

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

 

BRADFORD HEALTH SERVICES
Counselor


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

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

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

TRI-GREEN | JOHN DEERE
Service Technician


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

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

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

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

 

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

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


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

 

MORGAN STANLEY
Senior Client Service Associate


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

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

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

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

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


TRI-GREEN | JOHN DEERE
Service Advisor


Location: Pelham, AL
Type of Employment: Full Time

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

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

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

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

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


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

GREEN CLEAN BIRMINGHAM

Green Cleaner

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

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

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

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

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

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

OASIS COUNSELING
Outpatient Therapist

 

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

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

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

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

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

ABC 33/40
Commercial Production Editor


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

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


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

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

Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group
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BOYLE & ASSOCIATES PROFESSIONAL & FORENSIC COUNSELING
Behavioral/Mental Health Therapist


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

Qualifications: A master's degree in counseling, psychology or social work. Fully licensed in the State of Alabama with corresponding certifications in good standing. Proof of, and maintain current liability insurance. Up to date CAQH profile. Desire to work with children, adolescents, adults, couples and/or families (specialties will be given consideration). Ability to effective