Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Multiple Job Needs - Hass Wholesale

Hass Wholesale, a locally owned business has a number of opportunities they are seeking to fill.  The positions available include:

  1. Part Time Employment - Warehouse
  2. Full Time Summer Employment - Warehouse
  3. Sales Representative - Full Time
  4. Truck Driver - Full Time
Here is additional information regarding these opportunities:

Warehouse Employees – Part Time & Summer

 Local door manufacturer is currently looking for 2-3 students to work part time (15-20 hours per week) and mainly full time during the summer months to work in the warehouse.  Job responsibilities include, but would not be limited to:  manufacturing doors, general cleaning, maintenance, and management of warehouse production.  These positions could start immediately and would pay $8.00 per hour.  Please contact mgendel@hasswholesale.com or see Mr. Ball for additional information. 

Full-Time Sale Representative
The fulltime sales rep  position will start out working in the office three days a week and on the road the other two. We also provide a take home company vehicle once  they are on the road fulltime. I will assume they will have no experience. The starting wage based off no experience would be in the low 30’s  plus commissions on increase sales.
                                                     Truck Drivers
Truck drivers job openings requires a chaffers license. The position has lots of overtime available. This position pays 40k plus per year.
Again:  Please contact Mr. Mark Gendel at the email above or Mr. Chuck Ball for further information.

Friday, January 23, 2015

LaPorte Savings Bank - Float Tellers

The La Porte Savings Bank's goal is to deliver exceptional customer service in every interaction and to provide our employees the same level of commitment.

We are a community-oriented institution and, as we continue to grow, we look for committed, knowledgeable, and skilled employees. We offer a competitive benefits package and wellness programs, valuable training opportunities, and a family friendly work atmosphere.
Part-Time Float Teller - Main Office
Demonstrated successful Teller experience is strongly preferred. The ability to
problem-solve, proven referral sales skills, a strong sense of personal accountability,
and the customer service philosophy to go above & beyond are important for the
successful candidate.

Please send a resume and cover letter to LaPorte Savings Bank, Human Resources

710 Indiana Ave, LaPorte, IN 46350 or FAX 219-362-0872 or email hr@thelpsb.com .


Equal Opportunity Employer

Clover Patch Camp - Sepcial Needs Camp Counselor

Job Title: Special Needs Camp Counselor

Company Overview: Clover Patch welcomes physically and/or developmentally disabled campers ages five and older.  The program provides families and caregivers a period of reprieve while at the same time providing campers with a challenging, educational and fun outdoor living experience in a fully accessible natural setting.

Job Summary: Camp Counselors are responsible for providing direct care to campers assigned to their cabin in regard to individual needs and leading their campers through quality daily programming.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

§ Required to provide personal direct care to campers assigned to their cabin including, but not limited to, providing showers, transferring clients, changing diapers, brushing teeth, feeding, and dressing males and females between the ages of 5 and 90 years
§ Ensure that campers receive a wide variety of daily activities facilitated by the activity leaders and provide individualized programs
§ Required to sleep in the camper cabin two nights per week in order to provide camper assistance, as needed
§ Demonstrate a desire and ability to learn and be taught about the developmentally disabled population and approaches for managing the associated challenges
§ Be patient, enthusiastic, fun-loving, hard-working and be willing and able to put the needs of others before your own and work in a cooperative, team-oriented atmosphere
§ Be flexible and able to work well with others, maintain open and effective communication
§ Be accepting and respectful of those who think, behave, and interact differently
§ Enjoy working in the outdoors in all the weather that is part of a summer in Upstate New York.

Dates of Employment: June 6, 2015 – August 1, 2015
Salary & Benefits: Camp Counselors are compensated with a stipend of $2150 for the season.  Included are free room & board, free laundry facilities & supplies, Internet access and Wi-Fi.

Contact: Laura Taylor, Camp Director, (518) 384-3081 or cloverpatchcamp@cfdsny.org
Internet: www.cloverpatchcamp.org and www.cfdsny.org

How to Apply: For your convenience you may visit www.cfdsny.org/employment.aspx under the SEASONAL heading to apply online.

Morning Radio Show Co-Host at WSBT-AM Sunny 101.5

Position: Morning Radio Show Co-host
Company: Schurz Communications, Inc.
Station(s): WSBT-AM
Job Type: fulltime

Job Description:

Sunny 101.5, South Bend’s number one radio station, is looking for a morning show co-host. Bruce from the Jack, Bruce and Abby show is retiring (after 28 years on the air) and we need to replace him. We’re looking for someone who is funny, creative and topical, and who gets what being on a number one morning show is all about. This is not a “4 and then hit the door” job. Candidates must have proficient skills in production, social media and personal appearances. Morning show experience is not required, but talent is. If you have something to say, we want to hear from you.  

The position offers a competitive salary and complete benefit package, including paid time off, group health & dental, 401(k) plan and more.

Interested candidates please visit the following web site:

www.schurz.jobs and search Requisition Number DRR2220 to learn more about the position and apply.


Sunny 101.5 is owned by a wonderful parent company, Schurz Communications, Inc., which owns television, radio, cable and newspaper properties throughout the country. Additional information on Schurz is available at www.schurz.com, and via the following video link: http://youtu.be/7OuMd2ikx7k

Education Required:  Some college or an Associate's degree

Experience Required:  5 years or more of radio experience.

 Date Available: 1/22/2015

 Contact Info:

Dan West
Instructions: Interested candidates should visit www.schurz.jobs and search Requisition Number DRR2220 to apply.

EEO Statement
This company is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to the creation of a workplace free from discrimination and harassment.  We recruit, hire, train, promote, compensate, and provide benefits and privileges to individuals in all job titles without regard to race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, sexual orientation, national origin, age, sex, disability, veteran status, or other legally protected status.  Our company is committed to a fair and equitable workplace where everyone is a respected and valued member of the team.

This job notice expires: 5/1/2015

National Catholic Education Association (NCEA) Positions

NCEA is at an exciting point in its 110 year history.  On the heels of a reorganization recently approved by the association’s board of directors, NCEA is poised to focus its collective resources on advancing the mission and ministry of Catholic schools by focusing on leadership development (LEAD), professional development of teachers (LEARN),  as well as the marketing and promotion of Catholic schools (PROCLAIM).

As the association looks to the future, NCEA is recruiting for two important positions — seeking leaders in Catholic education who are collaborative, innovative and knowledgeable in the field.  

  1. The Assistant Directors of Leadership Development will play a pivotal role on a team of internal and external staff who will work collaboratively to advance the association's new and innovative programs and services related to the leadership development needs of superintendents, presidents, principals, pastors, and governing bodies.  NCEA is looking for two (2) Assistant Directors.
  2. The Assistant Directors of Professional Development will play a pivotal role on a team of internal and external staff who will work collaboratively to advance the association's new and innovative programs and services related to addressing the professional development needs of Catholic school teachers.  NCEA is looking for two (2) Assistant Directors.

Additional information about the position responsibilities and qualifications can be found online at www.NCEA.org.  Qualified candidates should apply by February 10, 2015.  Please help us share the good news!  

Executive Director - Signal Hill - Langley, British Columbia

Position Available - Executive Director

The Executive Director gives directional leadership toward the achievement of Signal Hill's mission, strategy, and annual goals and objectives.  With the Chair, enables the Board to fulfill its governance function.  This individual implements the strategic goals and objectives of Signal Hill.  The Executive Director is accountable to the Board of Directors.  The Key Responsibilities of the Executive Director include:
1. Fundraising and Communication: focusing on revenue generation through major donor relationships.
2. Planning and New Business: forging partnerships with key agencies and support Board efforts in organizational development.
3. Leadership: Provide support to Board and staff by giving vision and leadership to Board and staff while championing change and innovation to drive accomplishing Signal Hill's mission.
4. Accountability: Keep the Board of Directors informed and report quarterly the progress in achieving the annual operating plan.
5 Relationships: serve as the primary spokesperson for Signal Hill and build relationships with staff, Board, donors, and peer organizations.
Submit resumes with references to:

Signal Hill Life Education Society

PO Box 45076, RPO Langley Crossing
Langley, BC
V2Y 0C9
Attn: Personnel Committee
or by email to maggieharker@shaw.ca

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Wisconsin Lions Camp - Summer 2015

The Wisconsin Lions Camp provides our summer camp program at no cost to participants or their families.  This is summer camp program serves youth ages 9-17 who socially or educationally functions as having a mild/borderline cognitive disability, youth ages 6-17 who are deaf or hard of hearing or blind or visually impaired, and though ages 9-16 with diabetes.  In addition, we offer retreat programs for adults who are blind or visually impaired and head or hard of hearing.  

In order to run the summer camp program, there is a need for summer staff for many positions, 13 in all, ranging from a Counselor, Performing Arts Director, Sports Director, Interpreters and many other positions.

For more information about the Camp's programs, please visit their website at www.wisconsinlionscamp.com . Staff Applications are available to be downloaded.