Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Manager Trainee/Technically Trained Position - Elkhart Menards

Elkhart Menards is taking applications for Manager Trainee/Technically Trained Position.  The position offers great benefits and earning potential.

Career opportunities available upon completion of the training program.  Bachelor's or Associates in a business field is required.  Applicant must be open to relocation.  Additional $2.50 per hour for weekend hours.

Apply in person at Elkhart Menards or contact Jalana Lee, HR Coordinator at 574-266-3013. 

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Purchasing Assistant - Carpenter Co. - Elkhart


Description

 1.       1st shift position. 
2.      Responsible for processing corporate purchase requisitions and related invoices once an order has been placed. Performs general purchasing and accounting clerical functions. 
Must communicate with vendors, various departments of all levels, and senior management. Must handle large quantities of purchase orders and invoices accurately and quickly to meet daily deadlines. Works in a normal office environment. 

3.      Major duties and responsibilities of the job can be satisfactorily performed with a high school education or equivalent, previous experience required.
Great phone etiquette and patience a must. 

4.      Experience in SAP and Excel desired. 
5.      Carpenter Co. is an equal opportunity employer and considers all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, or other legally protected characteristic.

 Requirements

 1.       Prioritize and review corporate purchase requisitions.
2.      Assign general ledger account numbers. Determine tax liability on corporate
           purchase requisitions.
3.      Enter all corporate requisitions into CRT terminal.
4.      Research inquires and resolve problems regarding corporate  orders, receipts, and
        invoices.
5. Prepare purchasing reports as requested by management.

6.      Prioritize and review all invoices that relate to corporate purchases.
7. Research projects as requested by the Accounting Manager.
8. Review corporate purchase order accrual information.
9. Prepare general ledger entries to adjust expense.
10. Other duties as assigned.

 

If interested please email erin.patton@carpenter.com 

 Thank you,

 

Erin Patton, M.S., PHR
Elkhart Division HR Manager
Carpenter Co.

COORDINATOR OF EVANGELIZATION AND FAMILY CATECHESIS - Indianapolis

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis is seeking a Coordinator of Evangelization and Family Catechesis to provide leadership that will serve adults and children as they prepare for and live the sacramental life of our Church—including lifelong catechesis and intentional focus on being evangelizing disciples of Jesus.  The person in this position is responsible for resourcing parish leaders such that evangelization, initiation, adult catechesis and additional aspects of sacramental preparation unfold in ways that are authentic, engaging and effective.

Candidates must be professed and practicing Catholics in good standing with and faithful to the Church with a minimum of 3 years of highly successful parish ministry and/or teaching experience. A bachelor’s degree in catechetics, religious education or a related field is required with a master’s degree in one of these fields preferred. A demonstrated ability with adult catechesis and an articulated vision for fostering intentional discipleship of Jesus is essential.  Excellent oral and written communications skills, strong administrative and organizational skills, the ability to work collaboratively and foster teamwork as well as an ability to model lifelong learning by a commitment to acquiring new skills and mentoring others to do the same are also required.

To apply, please e-mail your cover letter, resume, and list of references, in confidence, to:

Ed Isakson
Director, Human Resources
Archdiocese of Indianapolis
1400 N. Meridian
Indianapolis, IN 46202
E-mail:
eisakson@archindy.org 

 Application deadline is May 15, 2014.
 Equal Opportunity Employer

 

Faith Formation Leader - Cleveland


TITLE: Catechetical Formation LeaderEastern Area
SUPERVISOR: Catechetical Program Manager
SALARY GRADE: E-4
FSLA: Exempt
EFFECTIVE DATE OF EMPLOYMENT: July 1, 2014

 

PRIMARY FUNCTION

This position exists to ASSIST in fulfilling the mission of the Office of Catechetical Formation and Education (OCFE): to commit our expertise, experience, and energies to lead and assist those ministering in catechesis within the Diocese of Cleveland. In exercising this leadership role, the incumbent is expected to:

WORK COLLABORATIVELY within the OCFE, with other ministries in the Diocese, and as a member of the Catechetical Formation and Professional Development Team.

PROVIDE leadership, direction, and resources to parish and Catholic school catechists and catechetical leaders in the Diocese of Cleveland.

PROMOTE the mission and ministry of the OCFE through frequent parish visitations and coordinating diocesan catechetical events.

 POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

Personal: A practicing Catholic who can articulate the philosophy of Catholic Education and catechetical formation as taught and promoted by the Church. The candidate should be faithful to the Magisterium of the Church with a proven record as an authentic witness to Christ.

Professional: Demonstrate a superior knowledge of Sacred Scripture, the catechetical documents of the Church, liturgy and sacraments, and spirituality and prayer tradition. Evidences expertise in current catechetical methods and media resources.

Education/Experience: M.A. or M.Th. in catechesis or religious education theology, religious studies, or a related discipline, coupled with a minimum of at least five years previous work experience in a parish-level or institutional/organizational setting. On-line course experience and/or facilitation beneficial.

License/Certification Requirements: Master catechist certification in compliance with minimum standards as set forth by the Diocese of Cleveland. Possess a valid State of Ohio Driver's License.

DEADLINE: MAY 1, 2014

SEND APPLICATIONS TO: Donna Speagle, Director of Human Resources

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Kathleen O'Brien, Director of Catechetical Formation and Professional Development

CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF CLEVELAND
1404 EAST 9TH STREET
CLEVELAND, OH 44114

Saturday, April 12, 2014

WNIT - Audience Development, Marketing & Communications Professional


Position: Audience Dev, Mktg, and Comm Pro
Company: Michiana Public Broadcasting Corporation
Station(s): WNIT-TV
Job Type: fulltime

Hours: Compensation: DOE / year

 Job Description:

WNIT Public Television seeks a dynamic Audience Development, Marketing and Communications Professional to help develop increased awareness and viewership of WNIT television channels, internet site, magazine and other owned media.  Position will help to instill a favorable community image of WNIT by devising methods and implementing strategies to promote the mission, vision and accomplishments of MichianaĆ¢€™s PBS Station.  Position will take a leadership role in community events, outreach and all aspects of promoting the station.

 Benefits:

Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Days, Retirement Plan, Partially Paid Health Insurance, Voluntary Dental Insurance, Personal Time, YMCA Membership.

 Education Required: College degree preferred

 
Experience Required:  3-5 years experience producing television announcements, writing promotional materials and devising marketing and public relations plans.

Other Requirements:

Strong communications skills in a variety of formats required.  Microsoft office skills, ability to manage multiple projects to meet deadlines, great attention to detail, self-motivated and highly ambitious person is a must. Must be able to work in both a team environment and individually.

 Date Available: 04/11/14

 Contact Info:

Mary Aupperle
maupperle@wnit.org

Instructions: Apply by sending a cover letter with salary requirements and resume to: WNIT Public Television, Attn: Steve Funk, Search Committee, PO Box 7034, South Bend, IN 46634-7034. Please mention where you saw this position posted.

EEO Statement
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WNIT is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

 This job notice expires: 05/11/14

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Lifelong Learning Coordinator - Council on Aging - Cass County, MI

Job Title:                  Lifelong Learning Coordinator
 Job Summary:        Under supervision of the Active Living Team Leader, carries out the duties of Lifelong Learning to meet the needs of our guests in Cass County.
Nature and Scope of Job:          Position coordinates planning of a full range of educational programs for all COA locations as needed. Close cooperation will be required between this position and the other teams to achieve the goals of the Institute for Lifelong Learning.  A key factor in this position will be working closely with the Team Leader to ensure high visibility in the community for the promotion of these programs.
 
Responsibilities:

A.     Program Coordination:

1.   Coordinates the Lifelong Learning programs within established guidelines and procedures.
2.   Coordinates with other Cass County community agencies and organizations to ensure broad utilization of local resources in conjunction with Lifelong Learning programs for the Cass County COA audience.
3.   Works a flexible schedule, participating in evening and/or weekend activities as needed.
4.   Works closely with the Team Leader to create and maintain highly visible programs. Collaborates with Community Relations to effectively promote these programs in press releases, newsletter articles and presentations.
5.   Maintains an open, positive relationship with the management of all COA locations to ensure awareness of the Lifelong Learning programs.
6.   Purchases supplies for Lifelong Learning activities in line with budget projections.
7.   Follows the agency’s safety and health procedures to ensure safe working practices on the job.
8.   Plans and coordinates various Lifelong Learning functions at various locations including townships within Cass County.

B.     Reporting:
1.       Provides Team Leader all required data for weekly, monthly and quarterly reports.
2.       Maintains and updates computerized scheduling of classes and events.

C.     Financial:
1.      Assists with the necessary financial reporting forms for grants, as required.
2.      Works with Team Leader to identify and provide input for grant applications for the programs.
3.      Researches potential contracts with Team Leader and discusses potential instructors and speakers, within budget projections.

D.     Participates in staff meetings as required.

E.      Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

 
Education:    This position requires a Bachelor’s degree in sociology, gerontology, education or related field.

Skills:           Must have advanced level computer experience, able to create word documents, spreadsheets and calendars.  

Must have excellent oral and written communication and presentation skills and have an ability to work well with a diverse population.

Experience:  One to three years of prior experience coordinating programs or services preferred.       
                      Prior experience recruiting speakers for events preferred.

Other:           Must maintain a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation

 Special Qualifications:

1.      Ability to relate well with people of multiple generations.
2.      Maturity; tolerance; patience; compassion.
3.      Ability to work as part of a team with minimal supervision.
4.      Sense of respect for guests and the ability to maintain confidentiality.
5.      Ability to organize work and complete assigned tasks.
6.      Ability to exercise good judgment.
7.      Ability to work under pressure in a fast paced environment.
8.      Ability to maintain a calmness, patience and good sense of perspective under difficult circumstances.
9.      Possess basic knowledge of community resources as they relate to coordinating and helping to develop adult learning programs.
10.  Ability to perform basic accounting functions.

The qualifications listed above are intended to represent the minimum skills and experience levels associated with performing the duties and responsibilities contained in this job description. The qualifications should not be viewed as expressing absolute employment or promotional standards, but as general guidelines that should be considered along job related selection or promotional criteria.

 Physical Requirements This job requires the ability to perform the essential functions contained in this description. These include, but are not limited to, the following requirements. Reasonable accommodations will be made for otherwise qualified applicants unable to fulfill one or more of these requirements:

 
Ability to travel throughout the county as necessary.
Ability to enter and retrieve information from the computer.
Ability to access office files.
Ability to lift and carry files, notebooks, and materials weighing up to 20 pounds.

Working Conditions:

Works in office conditions.
Travels throughout the area to attend off site functions.

 The job description does not constitute an employment agreement between the employer and employee and is subject to change by the employer as the needs of the employer and requirements of the job change.

The starting pay will have a range of $ 27,040 to $ 30,000

Technical Director - WSBT

The market's leading broadcasting company, WSBT-TV, is looking for a full time Production Director. This individual is responsible for directing fast paced live newscasts and live or taped special programming. Work with graphics for newscasts.

 Essential Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

 • Working knowledge of studio cameras, Final-Cut Pro, Chyron, Photoshop, audio and lighting • Must have a good working knowledge of video switchers, still stores, video editors, and multiple tape and tapeless formats.

• Must have strong knowledge of television production • Able to direct and call commands/instructions during newscasts • Knowledge of non-linear editing software • Must have excellent visual sense • Must be able to maneuver studio cameras and pedestals to different heights, locations and angles • Must be able to follow written and verbal direction • Proficient in Microsoft Windows related programs- Microsoft Office and Google • Must have strong organizational skills • Must have excellent communication skills as well as broadcast experience.

• Must be flexible to work other shifts • Must be able to handle high stress situations and pressure deadlines • Able to react quickly to changing circumstances while remaining calm • Strong initiative and attention to detail is required • Strong leadership skills • Must be able to work with other departments and work well in a team environment • Ability to work independently with little supervision • Ability to remain positive and foster a positive work environment • Experience with Photoshop and After Effects.

• Experience with Grass Valley Video Servers and Ross Expression is a plus.

 Essential Functions:

 • Must be able to direct and/or technical direct all newscasts as needed by schedule • Operate the audio board during broadcasts • Operate the switcher for newscasts • Translate ideas for shots into reality • Responsible for the construction of still-store graphics • Coordination of rundowns and vocal direction of studio crew during the news broadcasts • Must be proficient and professional in calling and punching all newscasts • Responsible for editing as the schedule and other requirements dictate • Coordinate training and supervision of production staff with the Production Manager • Produce daily/weekly promos, news updates, and public service announcements when necessary • Assume responsibility for the on-air product, studio and/or remote crew • Proficiently handle and maintain all equipment relating to the operations department and newscasts.

• Maintain positive and open dialogue with all departments to ensure all newscasts are on the air and run as clean and smoothly as possible.

• Ensure set and talent look their best • Perform other job-related duties as assigned • Run teleprompter for assigned broadcasts • Operate robotic cameras • Add close captioning to shows • Do preproduction for news shows/tapings • Segment recorded shows • At times will be expected to direct other productions as a live broadcast or live to tape in the studio or on a remote production.

• Must be able to operate station vehicles as the need and situation require.

 Benefits:

The position offers a competitive hourly wage, paid time off, 401(k) plan and more. WSBT Radio 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: This job requires some college or an associate’s degree.

 Experience Required: 1-3 years of experience directing fast paced live newscasts with multiple live shots. 3+ years experience in broadcasting is strongly preferred

 Date Available: 3/31/2014

 Contact Info:
Dan West
dwest@schurz.com

Instructions: Interested candidates should visit www.schurz.jobs and search Requisition Number WSBT1830 to apply.

 EEO Statement
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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: 5/30/2014