Monday, July 21, 2014

Boys & Girls Club - Indiana Kids

POSITION DESCRIPTION: 
Quarter-Time and Half-Time AmeriCorps Member
Boys & Girls Club - Indiana Kids


JOB OBJECTIVE:

Support the mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Joseph County through assisting with Indiana Kids.

Enhance educational experiences, increase cultural awareness, and expand sensitivities of the BGC community.

PRINCIPLE DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Identify qualifying members.
Pretest and post-test members.
Track homework sessions, per member.
Organize professional speakers to come and speak to the members.
Conduct program evaluation, including collecting and entering data, and creating written reports. 
Assist with or lead program activities. These may include: teaching classes, individual tutoring, mentoring, creating enrichment activities, or leading field trips. 
Maintain records and paperwork required by Indiana Kids.
Oversee and coordinate special projects as requested. 
Participate in AmeriCorps and Indiana Kids trainings throughout the year.

EDUCATION REQUIRED:

High school diploma required, Bachelor's Degree preferred 

MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS:

Must be a U.S. Citizen or a lawful permanent resident alien.
Must have reliable transportation. 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

Clear understanding of and commitment to the missions of the Boys & Girls Club
Knowledge of Boys & Girls Clubs programs and objectives.
Public speaking and the ability to teach/train others.
Outstanding oral communication skills, both individually and in group settings.  Strong written skills.  Superb listening skills, with ability to demonstrate sensitivity across all constituents.  Honor diversity in all individuals, and demonstrate value of each individual.

Highly developed organizational skills.  Ability to absorb and manage large amounts of information, remain flexible to changing circumstances, meet deadlines, and complete work with attention to accuracy and detail.
Consistent follow through skills, adherence to stated deadlines.  Ability to remain self-motivated and productive in a rapid paced environment, amidst frequent distractions, and in the absence of direct supervision.
Computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and some on-line systems. 
Demonstrated sound judgment, tact, and sensitivities as required of each individual situation.

 COMPENSATION:

Compensation for Quarter-Time AmeriCorps members is as follows:
Living Allowance: $1000 for the year 

Education Award $1,468 on completion of 450 service hours  

Compensation for Half-Time members is as follows:
Living Allowance: $3,000 for the year
Education Award $2,775 on completion of 900 service hours  

 

For information, please contact:  Human Resources

at 574-968-9660 or hr@fccin.org    


Boys & Girls Club - Literacy Corps

POSITION DESCRIPTION: 

Quarter-Time AmeriCorps Member
Boys & Girls Club - Literacy Corps

JOB OBJECTIVE:

Support the mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Joseph County through assisting with the Literacy Corps.
Enhance educational experiences, increase cultural awareness, and expand sensitivities of the BGC community.

PRINCIPLE DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Lead or assist with program activities. These may include: teaching classes, individual tutoring, mentoring, creating enrichment activities, or leading field trips.
Conduct program evaluation, including collecting and entering data, and creating written reports.
Oversee and coordinate special projects as requested.
Conduct regular assessment of children.
Track attendance and record keeping.
Write regular reports to parents.
Teach lesson plans provided by Literacy Corps.
Share enthusiasm and love of reading with students.
Attend program meetings and mandatory trainings.

EDUCATION REQUIRED:

High school diploma required, Bachelor's Degree preferred 

MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS:

Must be a U.S. Citizen or a lawful permanent resident alien.
Must have reliable transportation. 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

Clear understanding of and commitment to the missions of the Boys & Girls Club
Knowledge of Boys & Girls Clubs programs and objectives.
Public speaking and the ability to teach/train others.
Outstanding oral communication skills, both individually and in group settings.  Strong written skills.  Superb listening skills, with ability to demonstrate sensitivity across all constituents.  Honor diversity in all individuals, and demonstrate value of each member.

Highly developed organizational skills.  Ability to absorb and manage large amounts of information, remain flexible to changing circumstances, meet deadlines, and complete work with attention to accuracy and detail.
Consistent follow through skills, adherence to stated deadlines.  Ability to remain self-motivated and productive in a rapid paced environment, amidst frequent distractions, and in the absence of direct supervision.
Computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and some on-line systems. 
Demonstrated sound judgment, tact, and sensitivities as required of each individual situation.
 

COMPENSATION:

Compensation for Quarter-Time AmeriCorps members is as follows:
Living Allowance: $1000 for the year 

Education Award $1,468 on completion of 450 service hours  

For information, please contact:  Human Resources

at 574-968-9660 or hr@fccin.org    

Boys & Girls Club – Education & Volunteer Coordinator


JOB OBJECTIVE:

Integrate the local community into the Boys & Girls Club by establishing and perpetuating a wide variety of opportunities for volunteer engagement. 

Support the mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Joseph County through the perpetual presence of community volunteers as regular weekly volunteers and active participants in activities and events.

Enhance educational experiences, increase cultural awareness, and expand sensitivities of the BGC community.

Support the multi-faceted youth programming through positive, engaging interactions with members and their families.  Contribute to planning and implementation of all activities and events central to the 5 core program areas, with a primary focus on promoting education. 

PRINCIPLE DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Serve as the volunteer coordinator for community members, local businesses, colleges and universities except for the University of Notre Dame.

Recruit volunteers for active service to all five Boys & Girls Clubs sites. 

Coordinate group volunteer efforts to engage student-athletes, classes and other service groups through on-campus recruiting, participation at Internship Fairs, and other face-to-face opportunities to interface with prospective volunteers. 

Collaborate with Family & Children's Center Marketing & Development staff to promote volunteer opportunities through web-based, social media, and print mechanisms.

Intake prospects through application process.  Respond to all inquiries in a timely manner.

Interview volunteers and formulate standardized inquiry/questions to ensure a thorough, unbiased approach to selection.

Facilitate background screen requirements, as per the Boys & Girls Clubs of America protocol. 

Team with Club staff to troubleshoot and promote smooth reconciliation of any less than favorable volunteer outcomes.

Design and deliver Volunteer Orientation and Training Programs in collaboration with Club staff.

Implement Volunteer Recognition Programs in collaboration with Club and Marketing/Development/Events staff.

Facilitate systematic recording of volunteer data. 

Participate in staff meetings and AmeriCorps trainings throughout the year, including overnight out-of town events in October and February. 

Collaborate with Branch Manager and fellow staff to plan, organize, and implement educational Club curriculum, programs, and activities, including small group, large group, individual, and community-based activities, primarily focused on integrating academic disciplines such as math, science, and language arts.  Instruct and mobilize volunteers to help school-age students make progress in math and reading skills.  Develop and implement tools and reports to monitor academic gains and measure progress.

Research, budget, plan, and implement experiences for Club members, with particular focus on content areas of educational support, tutoring, and academically stimulating experiences. 

Coordinate with administrative team and Club staff to coordinate schedules and space use, acquire supplies, and facilitate activities.

EDUCATION REQUIRED:
High school diploma required, Bachelor's Degree preferred 


MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS:
Must be a U.S. Citizen or a lawful permanent resident alien.
Must have reliable transportation. 


 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

Clear understanding of and commitment to the missions of the Boys & Girls Club

Knowledge of Boys & Girls Clubs programs and objectives.

Public speaking and the ability to teach/train others.
Outstanding oral communication skills, both individually and in group settings.  Strong written skills.  Superb listening skills, with ability to demonstrate sensitivity across all constituents.  Honor diversity in all individuals, and demonstrate value of each volunteer.

Highly developed organizational skills.  Ability to absorb and manage large amounts of information, remain flexible to changing circumstances, meet deadlines, and complete work with attention to accuracy and detail.

Consistent follow through skills, adherence to stated deadlines.  Ability to remain self-motivated and productive in a rapid paced environment, amidst frequent distractions, and in the absence of direct supervision.

Computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint and some on-line systems. 

Demonstrated sound judgment, tact, and sensitivities as required of each individual situation.
 

COMPENSATION:

The Full-Time position is funded through the Robinson Community Learning Center and will be compensated as follows:

  • Living Allowance: $12,100
  • Education Award $5,645 on completion of 1700 service hours
  • Health Care      
  • Child Care Assistance (if qualified)

 

For information, please contact:  Human Resources

at 574-968-9660 or hr@fccin.org    

Executive Director - NCCL


Executive Director Search

Applications are being accepted for the Executive Director of the National Conference for Catechetical Leadership.  This servant-leader and active Catholic is responsible for serving the membership of the organization while passionately pursuing NCCL’s mission and strategic directions.  Collaboration skills, excellent written and verbal communication, and demonstrated competence in budget management and administration of a non-profit organization are necessary.  A thorough knowledge of the Church’s catechetical vision as presented in pertinent documents with the ability to vision is required. 

Applicant must have at least 5-7 years’ leadership experience at a diocesan, eparchial or national level with an advanced degree in Theology, Catechetics, or related field.  Prior experience with diverse ecclesial populations and cultures, particularly Hispanic Catholics, successful grant-writing, and experience with technology are a plus.  Must be willing to work in Washington, DC and have the ability to travel as position requires. 

Email cover letter and resume by August 31 to: 

Sr. Sally Russell, SJ, Sally.Russell@archbalt.org 

Job description will be posted after this week’s Board meeting at www.nccl.org

            If you know people you believe would be an excellent NCCL Executive Director, please encourage them to apply.

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

New Restaurant - Eddy Street Commons - BarBici needs Team Members


Team Members - BarBici in Eddy Street Commons

Now hiring energetic, active, individuals who love working with food and people.  A true TEAM environment!  Unique benefits that fit you and your life:  discounts at stores you love, bike giveaways, food benefits and flexible schedules.  Become a part of this brand new, locally owned, open kitchen concept opening mid-August in Eddy Street Commons at Notre Dame.  Contact us and let’s see if we’re a good fit.  EOE

 BARBICI – for those on the go.

Apply at:  www.mybarbici.com

1233 N. Eddy Street # 103 South Bend, IN   46617

Radio Sales Executive - WNDV AM/FM

Details:  Radio Sales Executive

WNDV AM/FM, WSMM,WSSM and WDND are looking for sales executives who want exceptional compensation opportunity, huge potential for growth, comprehensive and ongoing training programs, great benefits, excellent perks, and like to have fun!  Artistic Media Partners of South Bend is looking for highly motivated, energetic people to join our sales and marketing team.  Previous sales experience is helpful, but not necessary. 

Benefits:  Some standard benefits available, please talk with business manager for more information. 

 Contact Info:

Arthur Angotti


Fax: 574-273-9090

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.

 

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Asst. HR Manager - Elkhart, IN


Carpenter Co. is known far and wide as one of the most successful and innovative companies in the world. Since our founding in 1948, we have developed a corporate culture that has helped revolutionize the comfort cushioning industry.

Today, with over 5,000 employees, 18 product divisions, 47 global locations and $1.6 billion in sales, we manufacture more comfort cushioning products than any other company. We lead our industry in research and development, product innovation, and environmental stewardship. And we're always in the market for people with new ideas and fresh innovative thinking.

Thanks to our commitment to continuous improvement, the opportunities for you are virtually unlimited. Explore our site. Examine our products. Get to know our culture, our benefits and our values.

Assistant Human Resources Manager  -  Elkhart, IN

Carpenter Co. has a great opportunity available for an Assistant HR Manager at our Elkhart, IN Division to support our HR Manager and operations with generalist duties and requirements.


Job Responsibilities:

This position is a great way to start a professional career with experience in Human Resources related to a manufacturing environment.  The position reports to the Human Resources Manager on site at the plant.  This role will primarily assist with all phases of recruiting including:  interviewing, hiring, background checks, letters, on-boarding, and record-keeping.  This position will also provide support for other HR areas such as: unemployment compensation, employment verifications, job descriptions, benefits questions and issues resolution, payroll, attendance and leave administration, and performance management.

Job Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business (HR degree preferred)
  • 2+ years of Human Resources generalist experience preferred
  • Basic knowledge of Human Resources laws including EEO, FMLA, and ADA
  • Experience with Microsoft Office (Word & Excel) required and payroll systems preferred
  • Ability to interview and select candidates for employment
  • Very organized and detail-oriented with the ability to multi-task and prioritize work appropriately
The successful candidate will be customer service-oriented with a team player attitude to help with additional duties within the company, as needed.

 Carpenter Co. offers an excellent benefits program which includes Medical, Dental, Life, a 401k and a Profit Sharing program.

Please send resumes to: erin.patton@carpenter.com

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.