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JULY 2021

 

BALLANTRAE GOLF CLUB
Part Time Jobs


Outside Services - Outside service employees may be considered the “face” of Ballantrae Golf Club. Therefore, outside Services encompasses all aspects of attending to each golfer’s need. This means greeting and assisting in the arrival and departure of each golfer, as well as taking care any of their other needs. Other responsibilities are, but not limited to, picking the driving range, thoroughly cleaning each golf cart, cleaning and bagging range balls, and helping the Golf Shop staff. You are the first impression as well as the last person to see our customers as they leave. Outside service employees are therefore very important to our operation!
 

Golf Shop - Golf Shop personnel are always expected to act in a courteous manner. This means to greet every customer with a smile and to continue to act accordingly through the course of the day. Golf Shop personnel are also expected to help the Assistant and Head Professionals in their duties as well as Golf Shop procedures. Golf Shop personnel help with the needs of the starter, hosts, and outside services employees.

Grill Attendant - Part time up to 30 hours a week. Rate of pay is $9.00 an hour plus tips. Schedule includes weekday/weekend mornings and afternoons. Must be 21 years of age with a valid driver's license. Job duties include friendly customer service, cooking breakfast and lunch items, operating a point of sale system, grill cleanliness, driving a beverage cart on the golf course and the sale of beverages and food to the golfers.

Note: Applicants must satisfactorily pass a background investigation and pre-employment drug screen after receiving conditional offer of employment. All positions are for part-time employment.

To Apply: Anyone interested in applying for these positions please email Head Golf Professional Jay Chambers directly at jchambers@pelhamalabama.gov

Contact: Jay Chambers, PGA, Head Golf Professional, Ballantrae Golf Club, Pelham, AL, jchambers@pelhamalabama.gov

 

BRIARWOOD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

Sunday Morning Nursery Worker

Opportunity: As a Sunday worker you will be working with children ages 2 months to 4 years of age. Clock in is at 7:30 and clock out is usually around 12:40. Depending on the age of the children you are placed with you will change diapers, take children to potty, feed/snack, rock, cuddle, play, color, and keep the safety protocols set forth for the rooms by the church. You will be working with one to two other staff in a room. The pay is $10 an hour and all the love from the kids you can handle!!

Contact: Alison Craig, Nursery Director, 205-776-5214, acraig@briarwood.org
 

SAFEHOUSE OF SHELBY COUNTY

Weekend Shelter Advocate

Description: Provide services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in residential shelter. Services include advocacy, transportation to and from approved sites per case management plan, obtaining household and personal items, and assist with development of everyday life skills. Assist with coordination and development of activities with staff for shelter clients. Answer incoming Crisis Line calls and document appropriately. Provide appropriate referrals for callers seeking assistance. Conduct client intakes into shelter services. Input data daily into computer reporting databases. Monitor client chores, sign-out sheets, and last check in’s. Maintain facility in a safe and orderly manner within ACADV standards by conducting safety and security checks, identifying client needs, and ascertaining a timely resolution to problems. Maintain organization of files and cleanliness in common areas and restrooms. Assist staff with other programs and events going on in and out of shelter as needed. Provide additional shift coverage in shelter on an as needed basis. Attend ACADV and ACAR training events as appropriate. Participate in SafeHouse meetings and trainings as scheduled.


Qualifications: High school diploma accepted, some college or human services field experience preferred. Applicant should have knowledge of the dynamics of domestic violence and sexual assault and demonstrate interpersonal communication skills to coordinate activities with residents and staff.

 

Notes: P/T Weekend Shelter Advocate.  7pm-7am every other Saturday & Sunday.  $13 Hour.  Valid Alabama Driver’s License and automobile insurance is required.

To Apply: Please send a resume to Liz Benninger at lizb@safehouse.org. (No Phone Calls Please)

 

Contact: Liz Benninger, HR Representative, SafeHouse of Shelby County, 205-664-5362, lizb@safehouse.org
P.O. Box 275, Pelham, AL 35124 | Crisis Line: 205-669-7233 | Fax: 205-664-5339 | www.safehouse.org

 

PARENTS RESOURCE INSTITUTE FOR DRUG EDUCATION (PRIDE)
Drug Abuse Prevention Specialist I/II


Opportunity: PRIDE of Tuscaloosa is hiring for a Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist (willing to hire full time or part time) in our
newly opened Bibb Co. office in Woodstock.

Description: Under general direction, designs and implements alcohol and drug prevention services for schools, community groups, business and industry, parents, local government, the recovery community and private and public agencies and organizations; serves as a community consultant.


Drug Prevention Specialist I is an entry-level position. Initial assignments are limited in scope to well established procedures, predetermined methodology, well defined issues with predictable results; limited freedom to act and supervision of APS or CPS. Incumbents are provided with progressively responsible assignments allowing them to gain the experience necessary to qualify
for Specialist II. Alcohol & Drug Prevention Specialist II is the journey level of the series. Incumbents are expected to work under limited supervision in providing daily educational services to a wide variety of alcohol and drug related topics to individuals and the community.


Supervised by the Executive Director and directly by the Prevention Di r e c t o r, Drug Prevention. Specialist will work within multiple sectors of the community to facilitate substance abuse prevention services based on the Center for Substance Abuse StrategicPrevention Framework Strategies which include: Prevention Education. Alternative Activities.  Information Dissemination.  Problem Identification and Referral. Community-Based Process. Environmental and Social Policy.

Provides prevention, education, training services to school, community groups, business and industry, parents, local government, the recovery community and private and public agencies and organizations. Develops and designs programs for group facilitators, peer counseling, drug free work place and student assistants. Consults with various community advisory councils on developing programs for alcohol and drug prevention; works with community groups in a proactive manner to assist in the implementation of the various prevention programs. Speaks before various groups on alcohol and drug related topics. Researches contemporary practices and techniques in the field of alcohol and drug prevention and creates/edits/maintains training manuals/literature on the topic which are made available to the general public. Coordinates program activities with outside agencies; identifies and maintains community resources useful in implementing program activities; establishes service provider networks. Keeps current on prevention literature, statistical information, legislative activities and community resources and activities pertinent to programs. Writes reports including but not limited to prevention activity sheets. Performs various technical tasks related to programs such as conducting presentations or statistical surveys.
 

Qualifications (I): Knowledge of the physiology and psychology of chemical dependency; the continuum of substance abuse up through addiction; and the concepts of co-dependency, prevention, and intervention. knowledge of community-based substance abuse resources, including mental health, social agencies, treatment programs, school systems and their operation. Principles and techniques of community organizing, health education, public speaking, and social marketing. Principles and techniques used in developing training materials using a variety of formats and media.

 

Completion of Bachelor Degree in social service, health or education related filed. One year of experience providing alcohol and drug related prevention/education services which included public speaking, program development and community organization
experience.
 

Qualifications (II): Knowledge of the philosophy and goals of alcohol and drug prevention. The principles and practices related to controlling/eliminating/reducing chemical dependency. The physiology and psychology of chemical dependency; the principles related to the continuum of substance abuse up through addiction; and the concepts of codependency, prevention and intervention. Community-based substance abuse resources, including mental health, social service agencies and treatment programs, and training/trainer techniques. Principles and techniques of community organizing, health education, public
speaking and social marketing. Principles, practices and techniques of health and community education including curriculum development.

 

Gather and evaluate data and draw logical conclusions. Be organized. Think creatively to develop new procedures, methods or approaches as needed. Work independently under limited supervision; organize work assignments and manage multiple tasks at once. Communicate verbally with individuals from diverse socioeconomic and cultural groups; speak effectively before groups.
Write clearly and concisely. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted through the course of work. Read and apply regulations, county policies, and technical information relating to assigned tasks.

Two years of experience providing alcohol and drug related prevention/education services which included public speaking, program development and community organization experience. Or completion of Masters Degree within Public Health, Social Service, or Education Field.
 

Notes: As a condition of employment, the incumbent will be required to: Possess a valid class C Alabama driver's license by date of appointment since independent travel is required; (or) incumbent must be able to provide suitable transportation which is approved by the appointing authority. Ability to pass drug screening exam and a pre-employment criminal background check.  Associate Prevention Specialist (APS) credential must be obtained within 12 months of employment. Subject to continual employee evaluations.  Have a minimum of a Bachelors Degree through an accredited University.
 

Contact: Jamie Lake, MS, APS, Executive Director, Parents Resource Institute for Drug Education, james.g.lake74@gmail.com


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JUNE 2021

 

HEART OF DIXIE RAILROAD MUSEUM

Office and Gift Shop Assistant

Description: Office / Gift Shop Assistant will be responsible for assisting with office and gift shop operations. Office / Gift Shop Assistant duties will be performed between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, and between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Saturdays. Exceptions to these basic hours will apply during certain special events and may include occasional Sunday hours. Standard non-workdays will be Sunday and Monday. If special event circumstances require working on Sunday, days-off will be Monday and Tuesday. Rate of pay for all hours up to 40 in a pay period will be $12.00. Overtime rate for all hours above 40 in a pay period will be $18.00. Hourly rate adjustment may be considered based on experience and credentials.


Qualifications: Office/Gift Shop Assistant will need to be an articulate, ambitious, outgoing, and detail-oriented individual.

Responsibilities: Assisting with office operations, to include answering office phone, basic filing, performing basic computer tasks, etc.  Accepting deliveries (UPS, FedEx, City Wholesale, Sysco, etc.).  Monitoring email messages (info@hodrrm.org) and providing basic response.  Researching, contacting, booking, and coordinating weekday Charter excursions. Booking and coordinating birthday party events. Maintaining and updating office “wall calendar”.  Making trip to local bank branch for deposits and related.  Picking-up mail at local post office.  Managing “volunteer hours” database.  Managing Harvest Host requests and reservations.  Supporting special events as needed.  Assisting event and marketing teams with marketing strategy, event development and branding, and designing of materials.  Gaining familiarity with Starchapter and ticketing platform.  Performing docent functions for weekday museum visitors.  Opening and closing of the Gift Shop.  Handling day-to-day Gift Shop operations, and assisting volunteer Gift Shop manager with operations.  Maintaining general appearance of Gift Shop displays.  Assisting with placement of merchandise on Gift Shop shelves and displays.  Ordering, when needed, drinks and snacks for Gift Shop.  Assisting with Gift Shop inventory process.  Assisting with basic housekeeping in Office and Gift Shop areas
 

Contact: David Brewer, Heart of Dixie Railroad Museum, 1919 9th Street Calera, AL 35040, david.brewer@hodrrm.org, 205.540-7996

 

BELK (RIVERCHASE GALLERIA)

Sales Support Associate

Description: The Operations Team Associate is part of the operations team that performs merchandise processing duties to support the merchandising function of the store. The Operations Team Associate position is non-exempt, and schedules include nights and occasionally weekends.

Performs the process of unloading and sorting merchandise cartons received on trailers. Moves new merchandise to the appropriate processing drop zone in a safe and timely manner utilizing equipment such as rolling flats, carts and z-racks. Processing and product Placement: Performs merchandise unpacking and unwrapping to ensure readiness for merchandising on the sales floor. Applies sensor tags per company standard. Maintenance & Housekeeping.  Removes packing materials from processing zones. Bails cardboard and prepares plastic for recycling. Ensures the cleanliness of the receiving area following processing on truck days. Housekeeping includes being responsible for the cleanliness of the facility specifically the restrooms, associate lounge, fitting rooms and office areas. Maintains a safe shopping and working environment. Exhibits a warm and friendly demeanor when helping customers. Greets all customers and insures that their needs are met. Assist with floor tasks to the overall benefit of the store, particularly during times of peak demand periods, including: Seasonal sets, Floor moves, Daily maintenance, Fill Ins, Daily Standards, Recovery, Supports the store’s focus on Relentless Customer Care, Ability to ring the register

Qualifications: Must be 18 or rising senior in high school. High school diploma or GED preferred. Ability to use computer keyboard, standard telephone and other related business equipment. Ability to lift between 10 and 72 lbs at floor level and/or team lift when necessary. Ability to push / pull receiving equipment weighing up to 500 lbs such as rolling flats, z-racks and pallet jacks. Ability to stand for long periods of time. Ability to twist, bend and stoop to retrieve items from floor, shelves, racks, and hooks and place items on floor, shelves, racks and hooks. Ability to work at a safe and steady pace.

To Apply: www.belkcareers.com (JR-37985 Sales Support)

Contact: Tinita Hamilton SPHR, HR Manager, 2100 Riverchase Galleria, Birmingham, AL 35244, 205-987-4200 ext. 202, Tinita_Hamilton@belk.com

 


MAY 2021

 

McDONALD'S (ALABASTER)

Managers/Crew Members

The McDonald's Restaurant on Highway 31 in Alabaster is hiring for all positions and all shifts.  Shift Managers start at up to $14.00 per hour.  Crew Members start at up to $12.00 per hour. We are looking for friendly, energetic, team-oriented people.  Great benefits.  Free meals, flexible hours, paid time-off, promotion opportunities. Apply in person at the restaurant location.

 

MARKET SOURCE

Wireless Sales Expert (Part Time)

Description: The Wireless Sales Expert position will be working with America’s #1 pre-paid wireless service provider. The role is geared towards increasing product sales and knowledge at assigned events in national retail chains. The Wireless Sales Expert is responsible for selling, training, marketing, promoting, advertising and demonstrating client products to consumers through in-store interactive activities.  Location: 5100 US-31, Calera, AL 35040

Qualifications: Minimum Education and/or Experience: High School Diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) required, 1-2 years of retail sales, training, marketing, advertising, merchandising or public relations. Requisite Abilities and/or Skills: Availability to work during weekends, weekdays, or nights.  Ability to work with minimal supervision.  Must have reliable Internet Access. Strong work ethics, personal integrity and character, positive attitude. Outstanding communications skills. General technology skills and abilities. Additional Job Requirements: Flexibility is required. May require prolonged standing. May require heavy lifting. Adaptable to fast-paced environment.

Contact: Joshua Adams, Recruiter, MarketSource, 11700 Great Oaks Way, Suite 500, Alpharetta, GA 30022, (215) 419-7536, joshadams@marketsource.com

 


APRIL 2021

 

McWANE SCIENCE CENTER
Science Presenter


Opportunity: Part-Time, Up to 20 Hours per week. McWane Science Center counts on the Science Presenter to engage visitors in programs, classes, demonstrations and activities in an enthusiastic, accurate and interactive manner. The Education Presenter will engage the public in settings including, but not limited to, floor programming, exhibit interpretation, public programs and special event programming. Minimum of 2 weekend shifts per month are required. McWane Science Center is open to the public Wednesday through Friday from 9AM until 5PM; Saturday from 10AM until 5PM and Sunday from 12PM until 5PM.

Description: Engage visitors in learning through discussion, high quality inquiry-based educational interactions and presentations and exhibit interpretation. Lead and implement floor programming, public programs, exhibits interpretation (high cycle, Shark & Ray touch tank, etc.), special event programming, community programs, etc. Provide excitement and inspiration in all interactions with visitors. Assist with the care of the animals in our educational animal collection (feeding, cleaning and animal handling). Open and close exhibits as assigned. Answer specific and general questions from visitors that pertain to the center, exhibits and programming. Regular upkeep and maintenance of programming venues, classrooms, and supplies.

Qualifications: Working towards Bachelor’s degree in science, education or related field or commensurate experience, including experience in drama or theater. Friendly, outgoing and upbeat personality with excellent customer service skills. Must demonstrate curiosity, a passion for learning and in engaging others in learning. Must be a self-directed, creative problem solver with excellent follow-through. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Comfortable leading presentations and interacting in a group setting. Ability to engage with children and adults in a friendly, outgoing and professional manner. Experience in presentation of informal science programs preferred. Ability to accurately interpret and communicate science concepts.

 

Notes: Must be able and willing to work weekends, evenings and holidays. Valid Alabama driver’s license and minimum liability insurance as required by state law. Please forward letter of interest, resume & salary requirements to McWane Science Center Human Resources at HR@mcwane.org

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

 

UNITED ABILITY

Hand-in-Hand Early Learning Program

Opportuinity: Hand in Hand ELP serves children with disabilities along with typical children. Hand in Hand is fully licensed by the Department of Human Resources and nationally accredited by NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children).

Lead Teacher: Full-time. Responsible for the overall operations of the classrooms in relation to education, safety, and internal and external communication. Experience in a Teaching Assistant capacity preferred, but not required. Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred, but Child Development Associate credential (CDA) at a minimum required for Lead Teacher with experience.

Teaching Assistants: Full-time, Part-time and Summer Opportunities. Assists the classroom teacher in implementing lesson plans; attends to child’s basis needs; and provides materials for children to use during learning and playing. Experience teaching or assisting in a daycare or pre-school environment preferred, or commensurate education. Bachelor’s degree in related field preferred, or Child Development Associate credential (CDA) , or working toward equivalence.

Notes: Full-time positions are eligible for benefits.  Interested candidates can apply on-line at www.unitedability.org/about/jobs/

Contact: Tiffaney Sides, Human Resources Manager, United Ability, 100 Oslo Circle, Birmingham, AL 35211, 205.944.3919, tsides@unitedability.org


McWANE SCIENCE CENTER
Reservations Specialist


Opportunity: Part-Time, Saturdays and Sundays (Fridays Optional). McWane Science Center counts on the Reservations Specialist to be an enthusiastic and knowledgeable first impression of McWane Science Center by assisting guests (including group leaders) in planning their visits by providing accurate information about exhibits, events, IMAX films, memberships and all other activities at the facility. The position will work with a team as well as independently to follow-up sales leads via phone and email, answer incoming call traffic, enter information into software or direct the caller appropriately. Saturday hours will be 9:30AM until 5PM. Sunday hours will be 11:30AM until 5PM. If applicant is available on Fridays, hours will be between 10AM until 6PM.

Description: Accurately handle all phone, fax, online and e-mail inquiries regarding any reservations: group, school, or general. Understand and be able to communicate clearly to customers all vital information regarding programs, exhibits, events, IMAX films, other McWane Science Center activities and areas as well as McWane Science Center policies. Follow-up sales leads to gain the business of visitors. Suggest and sell programs or items that meet the specific needs of prospective visitors. Assist department with placing follow-up calls to encourage repeat visitors. Provide exemplary internal communications and records for all reservations. Provide friendly, professional service for any customer service needs; resolve or assist in resolution of issues – internally as well as with visitors. Provide friendly, professional service for any internal McWane team member call needs.

Qualifications: Excellent customer service and communication skills with the ability to work effectively to meet the customers’ needs. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. First-contact customer service experience preferred. Call center or reservations experience (bilingual preferred). High School Diploma or equivalent. Flexible working hours and days, including weekends and holidays. 3+ years computer experience: working knowledge of programs including, but not limited to: Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook and internet functions. Organized and efficient work habits. Capable of working in fast paced environment with distractions with or without supervision. Must be at least 18 years of age.

Notes: Benefits include free membership; discounts in our gift shop and camp program; on-site parking and the option to participate in our 403(b) retirement savings plan including company match. Please forward letter of interest, resume and salary requirements to McWane Science Center Human Resources at HR@mcwane.org or fax to 205.714.8400. www.mcwane.org. EOE.

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

 

BACIK GROUP
Administrative Support


Opportunity: We are a government contractor in Pelham seeking qualified candidates for a part-time support position. Provide general administrative support to company executives. $12/hr, 15-20 hours/week. When: Immediate. Zoom interviews this week, start work next week.

Qualifications: Junior/senior or grad student (any major). Excellent written & oral communication. Familiar with MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook). Able to quickly learn to operate various software programs & online databases. Clean driving record. Flexible schedule. Operate an iPhone (provided). Operate a Windows laptop (provided). Reliable transportation to get to and from work. At least two years of college completed in the last four years.

Description: Prepare reports (example: search an online database for contract opportunities using given parameters, download Excel data file of qualified opportunities, sort Excel spreadsheet by various data elements, merge select opportunities into master Excel spreadsheet, implement automatic alerts for changes in selected opportunities). Transfer data between workflow platforms, make updates as required (example: take notes from a conversation in Evernote and extrapolate things like new “to-do’s,” future meetings, response deadlines, etc.). Prepare written summary of meetings/conference calls. Prepare succinct written communication (email, text, short MS Word documents). Safely operate a Ford F-250 (large diesel pick-up truck). Manage calendar (schedule meetings, resolve conflicts, add updates). Skillfully communicate with representatives from partner companies. Track completion of various tasks (capture “to-do’s,” mark priority tasks, annotate progress). Ensure supported officer makes it to appointments on-time. Arrange travel & resolve minor issues with changes.

Notes: Hours: M,W,F 15-20 hours total during those days, flexible based on course load. May change from month to month. Location: Pelham & virtual

To Apply: Please send me a PM.

Contact: Taylor Patterson, Bacik Group, LLC, 205-358-9851 x 200, taylor.patterson@bacikgroup.com

 

CHAMPY'S FAMOUS FRIED CHICKEN
Kitchen Staff


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

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

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

GRACE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Children’s and Youth Coordinator (Part-Time)


Description: To share the Christian faith, values and beliefs either on-line or in a church setting. The group includes 5 to 7 children from ages 7-13. Will be expected to lead the Children's Moment from 10:00 -10:30 either virtually or in-person each Sunday. Teach a children's lesson from 10:30 to 11:00 Sunday mornings. Either teach Sunday School for Youth and Children 9:00 to 10:00 weekly OR lead a weekly evening session. Average hours 3 to 6 per week. Leadership in special events three times per year. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, all contact is presently on Zoom. Hope to resume meeting in-person the summer of 2021.

Qualifications: Experience working with children. A person 19 years of age or older. Organized and reliable. Develop healthy relationships with the children, youth and their parents or guardians. Ability to communicate electronically and on social media.

Notes: Schedule: Part-time (3-6 hours per week). Salary: $50.00/week. During the Covid-19 pandemic the applicant will be asked to communicate weekly with the children via the Internet.

To Apply: Call, text, or email. Ask for a one-page application form.

 

Contact: Michele Ralph Hill, Grace Christian Church, 869 Highway 52, Helena, AL 35080, (205) 426-1233, michelerhill@gmail.com, www.gracechristianchurch.org

 

TEXAS ROADHOUSE

Server


Opportunity: Love your job at Texas Roadhouse! Join our family and work in a high-volume restaurant filled with fun. Texas Roadhouse is looking for Servers to provide legendary service to every guest who dines at our restaurant.

 

Description: As a Server, your responsibilities would include: WOWing guests and providing legendary service. Showing excitement and enthusiasm. Demonstrating great salesmanship. Following steps of legendary Service with Heart. Using the POS system effectively. Complying with responsible alcohol service guidelines, including serving guests responsibly. Cash handling. Recognizing First-Time Guests. Exhibiting teamwork.  Making sure our guests never have to ask for anything

 

Benefits: At Texas Roadhouse we have a fun culture with flexible work schedules, discounts in our restaurants, friendly competitions, recognition, formal training, and career growth opportunities. Our Restaurant Roadies are paid weekly! In addition, we offer a comprehensive total rewards package after one year of service to Roadies that meet our benefit eligibility requirements. The total rewards package includes: A choice of medical plans that are best in class.  Dental and Vision Insurance. Paid Vacation Time. Short-Term Disability. Life, Accident and Critical Illness Insurance.  Identity Theft Protection. Employee Assistance Program. Business Travel Insurance. Annual holiday bonus

 

To Apply: https://careers.texasroadhouse.com/ListJobs/TRH-Brand/Texas%20Roadhouse//TRH-Job%20Category/Hourly//State/AL/City/Pelham

 

Contact: David Conner or Susi Smith 205-985-7427. Or Meagan Barton, Local Store Marketer, Texas Roadhouse, 60 Driver's Way, Pelham, AL 35124, 205-985-7427

 

BIRMINGHAM ZOO
Part Time Positions

 

Join our team! We're hiring! Want to be WILD about your job? The Birmingham Zoo is seeking part-time candidates in three areas!

Park Quality (Cleaning)
Security
Cashier

To Apply: Go to https://www.birminghamzoo.com/about-us/employment/current-positions/
Scroll down to read job descriptions

 

TEXAS ROADHOUSE
Host/Hostess


Opportunity: Love your job at Texas Roadhouse! Join our family and work in a high-volume restaurant filled with fun. Texas Roadhouse is looking for a Host to greet every guest with a genuine welcome. Legendary Service starts with our Host Team and is an important part of the guest experience.

 

Description: As a Host, your responsibilities would include: • Going out of your way to assist every guest • Serving our Fresh-Baked Bread • Exhibiting teamwork • Effectively maintaining our wait and quote times • Giving our First-Time Guests an extra special welcome • Telling each guest our legendary Story • Demonstrating to everyone that we are the friendliest place in town

 

Benefits: At Texas Roadhouse we have a fun culture with flexible work schedules, discounts in our restaurants, friendly competitions, recognition, formal training, and career growth opportunities. Our Restaurant Roadies are paid weekly! In addition, we offer a comprehensive total rewards package after one year of service to Roadies that meet our benefit eligibility requirements. The total rewards package includes: A choice of medical plans that are best in class.  Dental and Vision Insurance. Paid Vacation Time. Short-Term Disability. Life, Accident and Critical Illness Insurance.  Identity Theft Protection. Employee Assistance Program. Business Travel Insurance. Annual holiday bonus

Apply here: https://careers.texasroadhouse.com/ShowJob/JobId/51047/Host

 

Contact: Jason Wiseman or Brian Donegan 205-985-7427

 

McWANE SCIENCE CENTER
Visitor Services Representative


Opportunity: Visitor Services Representative/Ticketing.  Part-Time/Non-Exempt (up to 25 hours per week). McWane Science Center counts on the Visitor Services Representative to be an enthusiastic and knowledgeable first impression of the McWane Science Center; assist visitors, including group leaders, with accurate information about all exhibits, events, IMAX films, memberships and other activities in the center and resolve any issues with a positive and polite attitude.

Description: Greet, inform and respond to all customers with sincerity, enthusiasm, positivity and impeccable customer service skills. Understand and be able to communicate clearly to customers all vital information regarding programs, exhibits, events, IMAX films, and other McWane Science Center activities and areas. Suggest and sell memberships and other programs that meet the visitors needs and interests. Greet, check-in, and otherwise assist all groups with any questions, scheduling or other issues. Accurately process cash and credit card transactions. Maintain a balanced cash drawer. Provide friendly, professional service for any customer service needs and resolve or assist in the resolution of any issues.

Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent. Flexible working hours and days including weekends and holidays. Excellent customer service skills. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. 1+ year cash handling experience. 1+ year customer service experience. Point of Sale computer experience. Demonstrated ability to count down and balance a cash drawer. Capable to working in fast paced environment with distractions. Computer skills. Must be at least 18 years of age.

Benefits: Free membership; discounts in our gift shop and camp progam; on-site parking and the option to participate in our 403(b) retirement savings plan including company match.

To Apply: Please forward letter of interest, resume and salary requirements to McWane Science Center Human Resources at HR@mcwane.org or fax to 205.714.8400. www.mcwane.org.

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

 

TEXAS ROADHOUSE
Line Cook


Opportunity: Love your job at Texas Roadhouse! Join our family and work in a high-volume restaurant filled with fun. Are you a team player who can handle multiple responsibilities at once? Texas Roadhouse is looking for an individual who can work in a fast-paced environment to join our Line Cook team.

 

Description: As a top-notch Line Cook, your responsibilities would include: • Assembling food orders to completion • Practicing speedy service • Reading a Prep Sheet • Staying organized and stocked • Meeting and maintaining all food and plate specifications • Meeting established cook-time standards • Coordinating food items from all other parts of the line • Motivating the team

 

Benefits: At Texas Roadhouse we have a fun culture with flexible work schedules, discounts in our restaurants, friendly competitions, recognition, formal training, and career growth opportunities. Our Restaurant Roadies are paid weekly! In addition, we offer a comprehensive total rewards package after one year of service to Roadies that meet our benefit eligibility requirements. The total rewards package includes: A choice of medical plans that are best in class.  Dental and Vision Insurance. Paid Vacation Time. Short-Term Disability. Life, Accident and Critical Illness Insurance.  Identity Theft Protection. Employee Assistance Program. Business Travel Insurance. Annual holiday bonus

Apply here: https://careers.texasroadhouse.com/ListJobs/TRH-Brand/Texas%20Roadhouse//TRH-Job%20Category/Hourly//State/AL/City/Pelham

 

Contact: Lawrence Heuver or Jason Wiseman 205-985-7427

 

KATS DELIVERY
Driver

Opportunity: KATSDELIVERY.COM is an on-demand restaurant delivery company headquartered in Alabaster. We are looking to add drivers to our team in the Montevallo area!  If you would like the flexibility to select your own shifts and get paid weekly, this may be the right fit for you.

Earn competitive wage averaging earnings of $9 - $20/hr. Drivers keep all tips. Work when you want. We pay with direct deposit.  It's a contractor / gig position (1099).

Qualifications: Reliable vehicle. Smartphone with a data package. Car Insurance. Bank account. Virtual Interview and background Check. Valid Alabama DL.  18 years or older. Good verbal English and customer service skills.

To Apply: https://www.katsdelivery.com/join-the-team

Contact: Maurice Mercer, Kats Delivery, mm@katsdelivery.com


McWANE SCIENCE CENTER
Visitor Experience Associate

Opportunity: McWane Science Center counts on the Visitor Experience Associate to support the daily operations of the visitor services counter and gift shop by providing excellent customer service while assisting guests with sales and information.  Status: Part-Time/Non-Exempt (up to 28 hours per week).

McWane Science Center is open to the public Wednesday through Friday from 9AM until 5PM; Saturday from 10AM until 5PM and Sunday from 12PM until 5PM.

Description: Greet, inform and respond to all guests with sincerity, enthusiasm and positivity.Provide friendly, professional service for any customer service need and resolve or assist in the resolution of any issues with a positive attitude.  Understand and be able to communicate clearly to guests all vital information regarding pricing, programs, exhibits, events, IMAX films and other McWane Science Center activities and areas. Suggest and sell memberships, IMAX films and other programs. Complete all guest transactions accurately and in a timely manner while maintaining a balanced cash drawer. Follow all opening/closing procedures as directed by supervisory staff. Assist in maintaining cleanliness and neat visual presentation of all front-of-house spaces including the merchandising of products. Assist with product check-in and established inventory procedures. Maintain a high level of professionalism in performing assigned duties and tasks in representing McWane Science Center.

Qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent.  Flexible working hours and days throughout the 7-day week including holidays. Excellent customer service skills including strong communication and interpersonal skills. Pleasant, outgoing personality. Legible handwriting. 1+ year cash-handling experience including the ability to count down and balance a cash drawer. 1+ year customer service experience. Point of Sale computer experience. Capable of working in a fast pace environment with distractions. Working knowledge of computers. Must be at least 18 years of age.

Minimum Physical Qualifications: Ability to sit/stand for extended periods of time without being able to leave the work area. Ability to perform work using a computer for extended periods of time. Ability to operate a computer and register. Visual and hearing acuity. Ability to climb a stepladder to merchandise or retrieve products. Ability to push and pull up to 50 lbs. Ability to lift up to 25 lbs.

Benefits: Free membership; discounts in our gift shop and camp progam; on-site parking and the option to participate in our 403(b) retirement savings plan including company match. McWane Science Center is closed on New Year’s Day, Easter, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

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

Contact: Melissa Renda, Human Resources Administrator, McWane Science Center, 200 19th Street North, Birmingham, AL 35203, 205-714-8300, 205.714.8412, mrenda@mcwane.org, www.mcwane.org

 

TEXAS ROADHOUSE
Prep Cook


Opportunity: Love your job at Texas Roadhouse! Join our family and take pride in your work. Texas Roadhouse is looking for a Prep Cook who will enjoy following recipes and preparing made from scratch food that is up to our legendary standards.

 

description: As a Prep Cook, your responsibilities would include: • Reading a Prep Sheet • Following Texas Roadhouse legendary recipes • Keeping the walk-in refrigerator clean and organized • Using the equipment properly • Following storage and rotation procedures • Following proper sanitation guidelines

 

Benefits: At Texas Roadhouse we have a fun culture with flexible work schedules, discounts in our restaurants, friendly competitions, recognition, formal training, and career growth opportunities. Our Restaurant Roadies are paid weekly! In addition, we offer a comprehensive total rewards package after one year of service to Roadies that meet our benefit eligibility requirements. The total rewards package includes: A choice of medical plans that are best in class.  Dental and Vision Insurance. Paid Vacation Time. Short-Term Disability. Life, Accident and Critical Illness Insurance.  Identity Theft Protection. Employee Assistance Program. Business Travel Insurance. Annual holiday bonus

Apply here: https://careers.texasroadhouse.com/ShowJob/JobId/51281/PrepCook

Contact: Jason Wiseman or Brian Donegan  205-985-7427

 

CENTRAL ALABAMA WELLNESS

Personal Care Worker


Opportunity: At Central Alabama Wellness we work with individuals that receive service through the Medicaid Waiver called self-directed personal care. The families run their personal care service. The families that receive this waiver service are also responsible for hiring their own workers. We currently have a family that is in need of a personal care worker. This would be an excellent opportunity for a college student. The individual receives 24 hours care. The family lives in Alabaster. The shifts are split between two other workers.


Contact: Raven Moss, Intellectual Disabilities Support Coordinator, Central Alabama Wellness, 205-688-0859 phone, 205-668-4957 fax, rmoss@centralalabamawellness.org
 

MONTEVALLO GOLF CLUB

Golf Course Positions

Golf Course Laborer: Work with Golf course superintendent with daily maintenance to the golf course. Mowing, weed-eating, bunkers etc. Golf Course experience a plus but not required. Must be able to work weekends. Must be able to pass drug test!

Cart Barn: Assist in keeping carts clean and organized. Interact with guest making them feel welcome and help with their clubs. Pick range as needed. Other duties may be required during your normal daily schedule. Will be required to work weekends.

Pro-Shop Assistant: Assist in opening and closing of Pro-shop. Running day to day operations. Organize merchandise and stock pro-shop. Must be able to work weekends. Must be able to pass a drug test!

Applications are posted on our Facebook page: ‘Montevallo Golf Club’

Contact: Chance Sugg, Montevallo Golf Club, Golf Pro/General Manager, chancesugg1@gmail.com, Cell- 870-476-5150 Office-(205) 665-8057

 

I HEART MEDIA

Tracker (Part Time)


Description: Creates, produces and announces topics on the radio, including music, entertainment, politics, news, weather, sports, traffic and other topics of interest. Delivers newscasts; announces radio playlist of musical selections; gives weather and traffic conditions; delivers sport scores, statistics and upcoming game information. Comments on music and other matters of interest to audience (e.g. time, weather, traffic conditions) and may interview musical personalities and members of listening audience. Typically specializes in one type of music (e.g. classical, pop, rock, country and western, etc.). Writes, reviews and/or edits news copy, introductions, public service announcements, commercials, pre-recorded reports, contests, etc. Participates in promotional events.

May be responsible for operating control board for studios and remote programming. May directly sell advertising space to advertisers. Regulates program timing, operates syndicated programming, and plays commercials. Monitors the technical quality and accuracy of incoming and outgoing on-air programming from master control room. Protects station’s license by censoring live programs and deleting words/phrases not permitted on air. Processes time-out programming for accurate play back. Checks studio equipment for proper functioning and notifies Engineering of technical malfunctions affecting quality of the broadcast. Handles emergency inserts (e.g. news updates and breaking stories, emergencies, alert system tests, etc.).

Qualifications: Socially informed and perceptive; up-to-date and in tune with the local and national trends and/or specialized knowledge of topics/events related to on-air discussions. Pleasant, charismatic and well-controlled voice; excellent pronunciation. Well-rounded communication skills for conducting interviews. Ability to make others feel comfortable and open up on air. ,Excellent writing and editing skills; proficient in grammar. Proficient in media production and broadcast systems. Proficient in Microsoft Office and social networking. May require selling skills. May require other language proficiency, e.g., Spanish. Work Experience: 1-2 years’ experience as an announcer in smaller market or college station environment. Education: 4-year college degree, preferably in Communications or Broadcast Journalism.
 

To Apply: https://iheartmedia.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/External_iHM/job/Birmingham-AL-Beacon/PT-Tracker-Birmingham_Req23659

Contact: I Heart Radio, 600 Beacon Parkway West, Suite 400, Birmingham, AL 35209, http://www.iHeartMediaCareers.com

 

OZAN WINERY

Server

 

Opportunity: Ozan Winery/ YH Distillery/ Vino Cafe in Calera AL is seeking to hire a Server.

Description: Table service/Assist customers in wine and spirit selection/ Cashier/ Clean up

Qualifications: Must be 21 years of age, able to stand on your feet for long periods of time and lift a 20 pound case of wine. Willing to learn about wine and spirits is required.

Notes: This opportunity is part time on weekends with mostly daytime hours. 30-40 hours per month. $11-$13 per hour.

 

To Apply: Please email work history and letter of interest to Paige@ozanwine.com

Contact: Paige Blake, Ozan Vineyard & Cellars, 173 County Rd 301, Calera, AL 35040, 205-668-6926 ext 0, paige@ozanwine.com

 

WVTM TV

Production Assistant (Part Time)


Opportunity: WVTM-TV has an opening for a part-time Production Assistant to work in our newsroom. The qualified candidate will be responsible for operating teleprompter during live newscasts. Knowledge of editing video and producing digital content is helpful. This is a wonderful opportunity for someone looking to get his or her foot in the door and get started in a career in journalism.

Description: Operate teleprompter during live studio broadcasts. Assist directors with preparing studio for broadcasts. Communicate effectively with assignment editors, producers, reporters, photographers, editors, production staff and news managers. Understanding of social media and assist in producing content on our digital platforms.

Qualifications: Some knowledge of broadcast and digital production. Ability to remain calm under pressure. Ability to work in a team environment. Familiarity with social media. Knowledge of ENPS are pluses. Bachelors degree preferred but not necessary.

To Apply: visit careers.htv.hearst.com

 

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

 

MARVIN'S HARDWARE
Cashier (Full Time or Part Time)


Description: A Cashier must provide aggressive customer service through greeting customers as they enter the store and the timely, accurate processing of customer transactions. Also, a Cashier greets customers as they approach the register area, scans merchandise, processes all sales, refunds/exchanges and uses the register to close transactions. The position also includes training, maintenance and stocking responsibilities as assigned similar to that of a CNRG - Marvin's Sales Associate. Since the cashier will often be the first and last person a customer will encounter when shopping at Marvin's they should greet each customer when they enter and thank each customer for shopping with us as they leave.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Understanding and conducting yourself according to our Values. Accurately processing customer transactions in an orderly, timely, and friendly manner (credit cards, cash, checks, etc.) Greeting customers as they enter and exit the store, creating a lasting impression of friendliness to the customer. Verifying merchandise quantities, descriptions, and prices to ensure accuracy when completing a transaction. Handling returns/exchanges and sales of merchandise. Answer incoming phone calls in a prompt, efficient and courteous manner. Receiving payment on commercial accounts, receiving money from drivers on C.O.D. tickets and aiding in credit application completion. Completing and filing due tickets for customers needing a later pick-up. Accurately counting down all tenders, preparing deposits and organizing the drawer for the following day. Utilizing the credit and check verification system according to established company policy and procedures. Ensuring the daily inflow and outflow of paperwork, including filing and storage, is handled in an efficient and precise manner according to established procedures which will include daily reports, currency and other documentation as necessary. Directing customers to items in the store and calling other team members for customer assistance. Responsibility for cash and controls to protect company assets. Ability to maintain a positive customer service-attitude at all times. Following all register procedures. Ability to accurately determine the difference between similar products. Help keep the store clean.
 

Safety & Loss Prevention: Possess working knowledge of company and store security measures. Understand common techniques employed by shoplifters or others seeking to defraud the company and remain vigilant about observing suspect activity and reporting it to management. Follow company safety guidelines and basic safety practices at all times. Participate in regular store safety meetings.
 

To Apply: http://cnrgstores.hirecentric.com/jobsearch/

 

Contact: Randi Jones, Marvin's Hardware, Calera, AL, randi.jones@marvins.com

 

MARVIN'S HARDWARE
Yard Associate (Full Time/ Part Time)


Opportunity: Yard and warehouse associates are responsible for providing excellent customer service while handling merchandise, unloading or loading trucks, and waiting on customers. Yard and warehouse associates must protect company assets such as trucks and forklifts and must always act in a safe and professional manner.

Customer Service and Inventory Maintenance:Greet customers or professional contractors in a friendly manner upon entry into the yard or warehouse. Operate forklift to merchandise and stock yard and warehouse. Assist truck drivers in delivery of merchandise to homeowners and job sites using company equipment. Load materials into customers' vehicles or on to company delivery vehicles, after validating type and quantity based on the record of the transaction from the company's point-of-sale system. Develop thorough expertise related to operation of the forklifts, warehouse lifts, pallet jacks, or other equipment utilized for product movement at the store. Unload incoming freight, taking care not to damage the incoming goods or the equipment that belongs to the carrier. Accurately build loads and prepare materials for delivery before delivery takes place. Identify product shortages and out-of-stocks and report to store management. Maintain yard and warehouse maintenance in clean and orderly condition. Assist cashiers or other store personnel as requested when customers need help with items taken through the register, such as bagged goods or bulky items. Assist with contractor sales counter functions as necessary.

Safety & Loss Prevention: Possess strong working knowledge of store security measures as they relate to delivery and yard operations.Ensure all equipment is in good condition and safe (ladders, forklifts, trucks). Follow company safety guidelines and basic safety practices at all times. Attend and participate at regular safety meetings with store associates. Prepare delivered inventory in a manner that best protects against loss and theft (proper banding and strapping, tarps as necessary, job site drops, etc.)
 

To Apply: http://cnrgstores.hirecentric.com/jobsearch/

 

Contact: Randi Jones, Marvin's Hardware, Calera, AL, randi.jones@marvins.com

 


MARCH 2021

 

HOMEWOOD PUBLIC LIBRARY
Part Time Jobs


Homewood Public Library, in Homewood, Alabama has a variety of part-time positions available! Interested in applying? More details and the applications can be found at https://www.homewoodpubliclibrary.org/jobs

 

RED MOUNTAIN THEATRE COMPANY

Part-Time | Temporary


Opportunity: Come grow with us! Red Mountain Theatre is moving to a new, leading edge Arts Campus and looking to grow our team!  Red Mountain Theatre, in Birmingham, is currently hiring for several part-time and temporary positions in a variety of areas.

Part-Time, Temporary Positions - RMTC is currently accepting resumes to fill paid Over Hire positions for all Production Departments. Positions range in length of commitment from a single work call (4 Hours) to the full run of a production. Available positions include Carpenter, Painter, Dresser, Stitcher, Sound Technicians, Electricians, Spot Light Operators, Stage Crew, Load-In & Strike Crews.

 

More Info: To learn more about career opportunities at Red Mountain Theatre, visit:

https://redmountaintheatre.org/contact-us/careers-internships/

 

To Apply: To be added to our Over Hire Pool, send a resume of your theatrical experience to Production@redmountaintheatre.org and please note which department and/or position you are interested in working.
 

TRANSPORTATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION
Transportation Security Officer


Opportunity: TSA in Birmingham is hiring for Part Time positions at the Birmingham International Airport for $16.55 per hour. At TSA, our mission is to protect the nation’s transportation systems through counterterrorism efforts, and we are dedicated to ensuring safe travels. As we continue to navigate through the challenges of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we remain committed to our mission and we are still hiring in select locations. For more information regarding COVID-19, please visit tsa.gov/coronavirus.

Description: We currently have openings for part-time Transportation Security Officers (TSO) at Birmingham International Airport (BHM). At TSA we offer an attractive benefits package, plus shift differential pay and a potential pay increase starting at six months. Please see the attached flyer for additional information. No previous security experience is required.

To Apply: Online at https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/589373000

Questions: TSA Help Desk HelpDesk@mailserver-hraccess.tsa.dhs.gov
Contact: Staci Tonnar, TSA Recruitment and Hiring, Staci.Tonnar@mailserver-hraccess.tsa.dhs.gov

 

COLUMBIANA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Youth Minister


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

 

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

 

THE WELLNESS GROUP
Therapist

 

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

Salary based on experience and level of licensure. Counselors who are paneled with major insurances are preferred, as to only require an adjustment for a new location. Full-time salary position would include paid holidays, vacation days, and sick days. Retirement plan available.

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

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

 

UNION GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH

Children's Minister


Opportunity: Union Grove Baptist Church in Jemison, AL is currently seeking a Part Time Children's Minister to work with K4-5th grades. This position will include oversight of our Sunday and Wednesday night programming as well as ministry outreach events.

 

To Apply: Interested candidates may request a more complete job description or submit a resume at ugbconline@gmail.com.

Contact: Connie Wren, Union Grove Baptist Church, Jemison, AL, 205-353-6576

 

BACIK GROUP

Office Assistant

 

Opportunity: Our company is looking to hire a current University of Montevallo student for part-time office support.  $12/hr, 15-20 hours/week.  Start Immediately.  Zoom interviews this week, start work next week.

Description: provide general administrative support to company executives. Prepare reports (example: search an online database for contract opportunities using given parameters, download Excel data file of qualified opportunities, sort Excel spreadsheet by various data elements, merge select opportunities into master Excel spreadsheet, implement automatic alerts for changes in selected opportunities). Transfer data between workflow platforms, make updates as required (example: take notes from a conversation in Evernote and extrapolate things like new “to-do’s,” future meetings, response deadlines, etc.). Prepare written summary of meetings/conference calls. Prepare succinct written communication (email, text, short MS Word documents). Safely operate a Ford F-250 (large diesel pick-up truck). Manage calendar (schedule meetings, resolve conflicts, add updates). Skillfully communicate with representatives from partner companies. Track completion of various tasks (capture “to-do’s,” mark priority tasks, annotate progress). Ensure supported officer makes it to appointments on-time. Arrange travel & resolve minor issues with changes.

 

Qualifications: Junior/senior or grad student (any major). Excellent written & oral communication. Familiar with MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook). Able to quickly learn to operate various software programs & online databases. Clean driving record. Flexible schedule. Operate an iPhone (provided). Operate a Windows laptop (provided). Reliable transportation to get to and from work. At least two years of college completed in the last four years.

Hours:  M,W,F 15-20 hours total during those days, flexible based on course load. May change from month to month.  Location: Pelham & virtual

Contact Info: Taylor Patterson, Bacik Group Inc., Pelham, AL, 205-358-9851 x 200, Taylor.patterson@bacikgroup.com, www.BacikGroup.com

 

SECURE MOVING

Drivers and Laborers

 

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

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

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

 

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

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


FEBRUARY 2021

 

CRAZY CAZBOYS

E-Commerce Lister


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

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

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

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

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

COLUMBIA COTTAGE ASSISTED LIVING
Resident Assistant

 

Opportunity: Resident Assistant. Part time and possible full time available. First, second, third shift available. Possible weekends only. $10.00 hour.
 

Description: Provide exceptional customer service to all residents, families, and guests. Provide personal care and services for all residents including: Respond to the pull cord system and calls for assistance. Assist all residents in the event of an emergency. Assist with ADL’s including ambulating, transfers, bathing, toileting, dressing, grooming, meals, etc. Assist in performing, monitoring and supervision of daily personal hygiene of residents. Assist residents with medications. Serve residents in the dining room in a professional, friendly manner. Clean resident’s apartments, launder their clothing and linens, clean common areas of cottage. Accompany residents to scheduled appointments.
 

Qualifications: High school grad or equivalent. Must be able to read, write, and make simple calculations and follow both oral and written instructions. Must be able to lift 75 pounds unassisted and 125 pounds per person in a two-person lift, using proper body mechanics. Overall good physical and mental health. Overall patient and compassionate. Will be regular in attendance, with the right attitude and attire. Must work well with others and independently. Sincere desire to work with the elderly and the infirmed. We are a drug-free workplace. We do perform criminal background checks and substance abuse testing.
 

To Appy: Contact with resume
 

Contact: Christina Tatum, Executive Director, Columbia Cottage Assisted Living, 3776 Crosshaven Dr, Vestavia Hills, AL 35223, 205-790-7020, christina.tatum@cottageassistedliving.com

 


JANUARY 2021

 

GRACE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
Children's and Youth Coordinator

 

Description: To Coordinate and give direction to Children’s and Youth programs and ministries so that children and Youth of the church and the community are introduced to Jesus and a Christian life, as well as the activities of the church. Reports to Senior Minister in cooperation with the Christian Education Team Leader and, as needed, with the Personnel Team. Report on the Children’s and Youth ministries to the Senior Pastor as requested. Prepare and teach a Sunday School lesson for Children and Youth, or coordinate volunteers to do so. Prepare and lead the Children’s Moment during worship service on Sunday. Prepare and teach a lesson to the children and youth following the Children’s Moment during the balance of the worship hour. Prepare and submit in advance a 30-day lesson outline and attendance plan to the Senior Pastor.

Qualifications: Experience working with children. A person 18 years of age or older. Organized and reliable. Embodiment of and ability to share Christian faith, values and beliefs. Able and willing to take direction from the defined reporting relationships. Able and willing to recruit, train and coordinate volunteers to assist in this ministry as needed.  Develop healthy relationships with the children, youth and their parents or guardians. Ability to communicate electronically and on social media. Appearance should be appropriate for the position and duties. Able and willing to maintain a regular part-time schedule as described below.

 

Notes: Schedule: Part-time (5-10 hours per week). Salary: $50.00/week. To be paid for the hours or days of either attendance or when all responsibilities are fulfilled. During the Covid-19 pandemic the applicant will only be asked to communicate weekly with the children via the Internet.

 

To Apply: Send message/resume by e-mail or text to Grace Christian Church, (205) 426-1233, gracecc1233@gmail.com.
 

Contact: Michele Hill, Grace Christian Church, 869 Highway 52, Helena, Alabama 35080, (205) 426-1233, www.gracechristianchurch.org

 

MC WANE SCIENCE CENTER
Science Presenter


Opportunity: McWane Science Center counts on the 20 hour per week Science Presenter to engage visitors in programs, classes, demonstrations and activities in an enthusiastic, accurate and interactive manner. The Education Presenter will engage the public in settings including, but not limited to, floor programming, exhibit interpretation, public programs and special event programming. McWane Science Center is open to the public Wednesday through Friday from 9AM until 5PM; Saturday from 10AM until 5PM and Sunday 12PM until 5PM.  located in downtown Birmingham.

Description: Engage visitors in learning through discussion, high quality inquiry-based educational interactions and presentations and exhibit interpretation. Lead and implement floor programming, public programs, exhibits interpretation (high cycle, Shark & Ray touch tank, etc.), special event programming, community programs, etc. Provide excitement and inspiration in all interactions with visitors. Assist with the care of the animals in our educational animal collection which includes feeding, cleaning and animal handling. Open and close exhibits as assigned. Answer specific and general questions from visitors that pertain to the center, exhibits and programming. Regular upkeep and maintenance of programming venues, classrooms, and supplies.

Qualifications: Working towards Bachelor’s degree in science, education or related field or commensurate experience, including experience in drama or theater. Friendly, outgoing and upbeat personality with excellent customer service skills. Must demonstrate curiosity, a passion for learning and in engaging others in learning. Must be a self-directed, creative problem solver with excellent follow-through. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Comfortable leading presentations and interacting in a group setting. Ability to engage with children and adults in a friendly, outgoing and professional manner. Experience in presentation of informal science programs preferred. Ability to accurately interpret and communicate science concepts. Must be able and willing to work weekends, evenings and holidays. Valid Alabama driver’s license and minimum liability insurance as required by state law.

Notes: Benefits include free membership; discounts in our gift shop and camp program; and on-site parking as well as the option to participate in our 403(b) retirement savings plan including company match.

To Apply: Please send resume and salary requirements to HR@mcwane.org

Contact: Melissa Renda, Human Resources Administrator, 205.714.8412, www.mcwane.org, mrenda@mcwane.org

 

MOUNTAIN BROOK JUNIOR HIGH
Substitute Math Teacher

 

Opportunity: Mountain Brook Junior High is currently seeking candidates for a Substitute Mathematics Teacher.  This position is to cover for a maternity leave from January until March.

 

This would be a wonderful opportunity for a December grad seeking a temporary teaching position until the fall.  Or maybe student teachers who would be interested?

Contact: Donald Clayton, Principal, Mountain Brook Junior High, CLAYTONW@mtnbrook.k12.al.us.  Or Danielle Parks, Administrative Assistant, 205-665-6355.
 


DECEMBER 2020

 

H&H ENTERPRISES
Marketing Assistant/Intern


Opportunity: H&H Enterprises is looking for our next all-star!  H&H Enterprises (dba H&H Truck and Outdoor, TruckProUSA, AllPro Distributing) is now accepting applications for a Marketing Assistant.  Part-time job or Internship.  Available 10-20 hours per week, mostly Monday through Friday during the day.
 

About: We are a dynamic company that is growing rapidly and we are looking for an immediate Marketing Assistant. Our company specializes in aftermarket truck accessories, as well as home and outdoor products, such as pools, spas, grills, portable buildings, car ports, and more. We currently operate 18 retail stores in AL, GA, FL, and MS, three wholesale distribution warehouses in AL, FL, and VA, and operate several eCommerce channels, including .coms, Amazon, and ebay.

 

Note: This position may be able to be used as an internship, so please speak with your advisor if you are interested in that. Ideally, after a period of 3-4 months, if the hire works well for our company, a full-time position may be offered, which would also include company benefits.

Description: Because we are a small, scrappy team, we all wear many hats. Our hire will report directly to the Digital Marketing Director and would be responsible for tasks including, but not limited to, photography, copy writing, gathering information and assets, assisting with planning and organizing social media and online marketing campaigns, and more. The nature of the position will require some travel, so the candidate will need reliable transportation, as well as a mobile phone and laptop. Most travel would be day trips within the central-Alabama region, however, some further trips may be necessary from time to time.

Qualifications: We are hoping to find a candidate who is majoring in Marketing or Advertising, however, this is not required, as long as some coursework applies. Nominal experience is required, as long as the person can demonstrate the skills and desire to do the job and learn exists. This position offers a chance to gain real-life experience on the job.

Work-related Skills: Photography – We will train, however, a good eye for framing and positioning, backgrounds, and details is necessary, keeping in mind that the best camera is the one in your hand. Social Media – This is more than just posting memes for your friends. Social media is the face of our company online. Everything must be scrutinized for multiple angles before being published. Creative writing is helpful, as well as ideas for catching our audiences’ eyes and generating interest. Most posts will flow through the Digital Marketing Director, prior to posting, however, Instagram and Facebook Stories may not be. So, this person needs to understand the importance of good grammar, clear speech, have good taste, and also be able to self-generate the content in the field. Basic working knowledge of Photoshop, Illustrator, HTML, and CSS a huge plus. Some work may involve updating websites or marketplaces, so experience with ebay, Amazon, and basic working knowledge of Microsoft Excel a plus. Technical proficiencies: Office software, photography and/or illustration software, social media, typing. Personal Traits: Candidate should be outgoing and able to manage their time well, while working remotely. Because of the remote nature of much of the work, the hire will need to be motivated, honest, and willing to be held accountable.  Must be willing to follow and comply with current COVID-19 CDC recommendations, as well as always wear a mask when working directly with the Digital Marketing Director.

 

Contact: Michael Cohn, Digital Marketing Director, H&H Enterprises

Michael.cohn@hhenterprises.com, (205) 664-9191

 

McWANE SCIENCE CENTER
Marketing & Development Assistant


Opportunity: Under the direction of the Vice President of Development and Marketing, the part-time Development and Marketing Assistant will work to support the fundraising and marketing efforts of McWane Science Center. This person will create and manage email and mailing, disseminate mass communications to targeted audiences, help prepare donor progress reports, draft grant proposals, engage with donors and potential donors, assist with event planning, and edit marketing, communication, and development documents and proposals.
 

Description: Organize, update, and manage email, mailing, and phone lists (comprehensive and targeted)—to include, but not limited to, donors, potential donors, members, potential members, community partners, newsletter subscribers, public officials.  Work with development, marketing, and membership team members to help organize and manage the dissemination of mass communications. Assist with foundation and corporate grant proposal submissions. Maintain and secure updated marketing and development boiler plate documents—to include but not limited to—annual operating budgets, audited financial statements, board lists and profiles, W9 forms, and the like. Help gather information and assist with donor reports as needed. Help schedule internal and external meetings related to development, marketing, and membership. Make calls and engage with donors when appropriate. Assist with organizing and executing events related to development, membership, and marketing. Help edit marketing, membership, and development proposals and documents.

Qualifications: Relevant experience; degree preferred. Relevant experience preferred. Competency and experience with word-processing, use of the internet and common office management tools. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong relationship development skills. Strong organizational and planning skills, ability to make decisions, and initiative. Ability to speak confidently in public and/or group settings. Ability to maintain effective relationships with staff, volunteers, donors, and guests. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and be a team player. Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule including some nights, weekends and holidays. Ability to work independently. Must possess a valid Alabama driver’s license and proof of minimum personal liability insurance as required by state law. Must maintain an acceptable motor vehicle report.

To Apply: Please send resume and salary range to HR@mcwane.org.

Contact: Melissa Renda, Human Resources Administrator, McWane Science Center, 200 19th Street North, Birmingham, Alabama 35203, 205.714.8412, mrenda@mcwane.org
 


NOVEMBER 2020

 

CORBIN FARMS WINERY
Busser/Food Runner


About: Corbin Farms Winery is family-owned and operated winery & venue in Calera, AL. The winery was founded in 2005 and purchased by the Corbin Family in 2017.The Corbin’s are dedicated to providing premium quality products and memorable experiences for our customers. We are offering a great opportunity to join an upbeat team of wine lovers and are looking for an enthusiastic, responsible, customer service driven associate.

Opportunity: Now hiring for Busser/Food Runner. Hours: Thursday-Sunday – 10-25 hours/week , Flexible scheduling, Mostly weekend shifts, days and evenings.
Compensation: $8-10/hour depending on experience, skill set, and other qualifications.
 

Description: Bussing tables, Running food, Washing dishes.  Maintaining cleanliness & organization in working areas. Events setup and take down.


Qualifications: Excellent customer service skills. Detail oriented, strong multi-tasking abilities. Must always be a team player and maintain positive disposition. Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor. Versatile, flexible and willingness to work within constant changes. Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time up to 6+ hours.

Contact: Matt Corbin, Corbin Farms Winery, 800 Hwy 87, Calera, AL 35040, matt.corbin@acorbincompany.com, 334-372-2974

 

RIVERSIDE BAPTIST CHURCH
Teacher/Care Giver

 

Description: Riverside Baptist Church, in Helena, Alabama, has a job opening for the opportunity of working 15–20 hours per week at the After School Care Ministry of as a Teacher/Care Giver in the 2nd grade class. Monday thru Friday, in the afternoons from 2:00-5:30 p.m. or 2:00-6:00 p.m. or 3:00-6:00 p.m. (flexible) after school hours at the church.

Qualifications: The teacher must be a Christian and be a part of a Bible believing church. Must love kids.

 

Contact: Pam Golden, After School Care Director, Riverside Baptist Church, Helena, Alabama, 205-426-1910, pam@rbchelena.org
 

CORBIN FARMS WINERY
Cook/Chef


About: Corbin Farms Winery is family-owned and operated winery & venue in Calera, AL. The winery was founded in 2005 and purchased by the Corbin Family in 2017.The Corbin’s are dedicated to providing premium quality products and memorable experiences for our customers. We are offering a great opportunity to join an upbeat team of wine lovers and are looking for an enthusiastic, responsible, customer service driven associate.

Opportunity: Now hiring for Cook/Chef, Hours: Thursday-Sunday – 20+ hours, Mostly day shifts, some evenings & nights. Compensation:$10-15/hour depending on experience, skill set, and other qualifications.


Description: Manage kitchen inventory, restaurant & catering menu and kitchen staff. Working as a chef or cook during open hours and events. Maintaining cleanliness & organization in working areas. Check stock levels and request supplies as needed. Attend routine staff meetings. Opening/closing responsibilities kitchen. Events setup and take down.

Qualifications: Experience in restaurant and/or kitchen required. Excellent customer service and oral communications skills. Detail oriented, strong multi-tasking abilities. Must always be a team player and maintain positive disposition. Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor. Versatile, flexible and willingness to work within constant changes. Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time up to 6+ hours.

Contact:
Contact: Matt Corbin, Corbin Farms Winery, 800 Hwy 87, Calera, AL 35040, matt.corbin@acorbincompany.com, 334-372-2974

 


OCTOBER 2020

 

BRADFORD REAL ESTATE GROUP
Office Assistant


Description: We are seeking a dynamic Office/Personal Assistant for part-time work, up to 20 hours per week/$18.50 per hour. Duties include: Handling Accounts Payable/Receivables, Purchasing products, Coordinating product shipping and receiving, Answering phones, Receiving mail, Ordering office supplies. Running errands is necessary within this role, including picking up samples, making small deliveries/returns.


Qualifications: Having an understanding of QuickBooks Pro is a plus, but is not necessary. You will be working pretty independently most days, so this is a super important quality to have Task-Oriented, with the ability to initiate the follow-through for task completion. Highly Organized and Detail Oriented. The ability to organize your workflow and prioritize.

To Apply: Interested candidate should forward there resume to: ericwalker@consultant.com
 

Contact: Eric Walker, Bradford Real Estate Group Llc, 804 Main St, Montevallo, AL 35115, http://www.bradfordrealestategroup.com, (205) 665-5559, EricWalker@consultant.com

 

SIMPSON FAMILY
Private Tutor

 

My name is Scott Simpson. We live about 2 miles south of the UM campus. We’re looking for a tutor to work with our granddaughter in the afternoons. This would be a good opportunity for a student majoring in elementary education who wants to gain experience with a student. The student is in 4th grade. We need a tutor approximately 1- 1/2 hours a day. We pay $25 / hour

Contact: Scott Simpson, Montevallo, AL, wssimpson@smgblawyers.com, 205 601 4580

 

HOMEWOOD CITY SCHOOLS
Substitute Teacher (Maternity Leave)

 

Edgewood Elementary School in Homewood announces 11 available substitute teacher positions for the upcoming Spring Semester. The purpose of these positions is to cover maternity leaves.

 

Contact: Laura Tate, Principal, ltate@homewood.k12.al.us
 

 


SEPTEMBER 2020

 

CAHAWBA CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
Elementary School Teacher

 

Description: Cahawba Christian Academy is seeking to hire an elementary teacher immediately. If you are an education majors that needs to do your internship or are wanting to work while obtaining their degree, please send me your resume at gsammonscca@gmail.com. This will be a great opportunity to gain valuable teaching experience while obtaining your education degree.

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

HELENA UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

Worship Tech

Description: The position of Worship Tech exists to help further the mission of the church which is to make every day about Christ through loving, teaching and serving. The Worship Tech is responsible for the successful livestream of our worship service and distribution of the service to our congregation through our website and app.

Responsibilities: Capable of setting up & taking down the live stream station each week outdoors, Capable of working multiple cameras & choosing camera angles, Executing real-time video feed switching, Working with sound tech to create a quality livestream experience of both video and audio, Experience with or ability to learn and utilize livestream programs & other worship programs (OBS, Wirecast, ProPresenter etc.), Record, upload and post the service to our website, send out in email and app push, and Coordinate with worship staff and attend weekly worship planning meeting. Approximately 5 hours on Sunday.

 

Contact: Mary Henley, mhenley@helenaumc.org

SHELBY COUNTY NEWSPAPERS

Part Time Paginator

About: Shelby County Newspapers Inc., an award-winning media company experiencing dramatic growth, publishes five hyperlocal community newspapers, five bi-monthly lifestyle magazines, several niche products and digital media. It also handles design and classified work for more than 12 community newspaper operations in six states.

 

Description: Shelby County Newspapers Inc. has an immediate need for a part-time paginator. Paginate classified and legal pages for newspapers in six states. Paginate newspaper ad pages as needed. mWork in a professional and courteous manner with co-workers and others in the building.

Qualifications: Strong computer skills. Some experience with Adobe InDesign preferred. High level of accuracy. Detail-oriented and organized. Self-motivated and able to work independently. Able to work in a fast-paced environment and meet deadlines.
 

Notes: This position includes about 20 hours per week, although hours may vary depending on workload. The position will be located in Columbiana and pay is $10 per hour. Tentative schedule: Monday: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (includes one hour for lunch); Tuesday: 1-5 p.m; Wednesday OR Thursday: 1-5 p.m; Friday: 1-5 p.m; The Monday hours are firm, but there is some flexibility for Tuesday-Friday. (Hours must be worked during regular business hours.)


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