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    Overview
    Being good neighbors - helping people, investing in our communities, and making the world a better place - is who we are at State Farm. It is at the core of how we operate and the reason for our success. Check out what it's like in Claims Field Services, and see what makes us great!
    We offer a surprisingly great Compensation Package:
    Starting salary is between $56,099.62 - $83,052.26 annually based on skills and experience .
    Because work-life-balance is a priority at State Farm, compensation is based on our standard 38:45-hour work week!
    This position is eligible for a $2,000 Welcome Bonus throughout the first year of employment and a $5,000 sign on bonus!
    In addition to competitive a salary, you are also eligible for:
    - An annual bonus based on individual and enterprise performance
    - Annual merit increases
    We offer a ton of amazing Benefits - h ere's a preview of what you might not find other places:
    - Paid Time Off (PTO), plus:
    - 5 days of Life Leave to take care of yourself and your family
    - Paid Volunteer Time
    - Annual Celebration Day to celebrate what's important to you
    - Paid Development Time
    - Financial, wellness and mental health programs
    - Tuition Reimbursement/Community College Tuition Program
    - Discounts from hundreds of retailers through our Perks at Work program
    Responsibilities
    When you join our team, you can feel good knowing you are helping our customers recover from the unexpected. This position is for an Auto Estimator, handling In Person/General Inspections. Primarily responsible for collecting damage information on vehicles from repairer or customer and completing initial estimates via photos or in person. This role includes remote/virtual work and in-person work. You will identify damage to vehicles, write and review vehicle repair estimates, and work closely with claims personnel in resolving claims.
    Where you'll work:
    This position is responsible for servicing the location of Boston, MA.
    Competitive candidates should reside within a commutable distance of this territory.
    This is a Remote-Field position in which you will work from home and utilize a mobile office/vehicle for in-person appointments.
    Hours of operation are continually evaluated and may change based on business need. Successful candidates are able and willing to work flexible work shifts and may be asked to work overtime and/or irregular hours. Candidates may be asked to work outside of their assigned territory as business needs dictates.
    Qualifications
    Competitive candidates must demonstrate the following:
    Excellent customer service and decision-making skills
    Physical agility to allow for stooping, bending, and some physical lifting to adequately evaluate vehicle damage and create repair estimates
    A valid driver's license is required
    Preferred Skills:
    Auto collision repair, auto damage estimating, and/or auto insurance appraiser experience
    Motor Vehicle Physical Damage Appraiser License
    CCC One and/or Mitchell knowledge
    I-CAR Platinum Certification
    Employees must successfully complete all required training, including applicable licensing exam(s), MVRs and background checks required of various state(s).
    Come join the Neighborhood and do some good!
    Visit our Careers page for more information on our benefits , locations and the process of joining the State Farm team!
    PMCL




    PI203121529

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    $15.53 per hour
    At CoreCivic, our employees are driven by a deep sense of service, high standards of professionalism and a responsibility to better the public good. We are currently seeking a Monitor I, Community Corrections who has a passion for providing the highest quality care in a residential setting. Come join a team that is dedicated to making an impact for the people and communities we serve.
    The Monitor I, Community Corrections is responsible for the supervision of the facility population including but not limited to safety, security and facility sanitation. This role provides for the care, custody and control of residents and establishes a safe environment for the facility, staff, visitors and residents.
    Monitor resident population and reports any suspicious activities or violations of policy, procedures, or regulations by residents or other individuals.
    Conduct resident counts, searches, room inspections, and vehicle searches as required. Conduct drug and alcohol testing as needed or as directed by facility administration.
    Process residents for intake/discharge in accordance with policies and procedures.
    Monitor resident worker activities, provides necessary instruction, and applies standards and procedures for the completion and quality of work performed by residents, where applicable.
    Perform rescue functions at accidents, emergencies and disasters to include administering basic emergency medical aid and CPR, physically removing people away from dangerous situations, and securing and evacuating people from confined areas.
    Distribute food plates during late meal service.
    Qualifications:
    High School diploma, GED certification or equivalent is required.
    California Adult Corrections Officer Core Course certification is preferred.
    Must complete the STC CORE course within one year of hire date or transfer to the position.
    Work experience in the operations of a correctional facility is preferred.
    Ability to communicate clearly verbally and in writing and apply problem solving techniques to complex issues.
    Must be available to work any hours, any shift.
    Must complete pre-service and other training programs as required.
    A valid driver license is preferred.
    Minimum age requirement: Must be at least 18 years of age.
    CoreCivic is a Drug-Free Workplace & EOE including Disability/Veteran.
    Licensed by the California Department of Health Care Services [or if written out: www.dhcs.ca.gov]
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    $17.03 per hour
    At CoreCivic, our employees are driven by a deep sense of service, high standards of professionalism and a responsibility to better the public good. We are currently seeking a Monitor II, Community Corrections who has a passion for providing the highest quality care in a residential setting. Come join a team that is dedicated to making an impact for the people and communities we serve.
    The Monitor II, Community Corrections is responsible for the supervision of the facility population including but not limited to safety, security and facility sanitation. This role provides for the care, custody and control of residents and establishes a safe environment for the facility, staff, visitors and residents. In addition, this person will assist with mentoring, developing and training team members.
    Monitor resident worker activities, provides necessary instruction, and applies standards and procedures for the completion and quality of work performed by residents, where applicable.
    Provide guidance to monitoring staff on shift. Monitor daily activities to ensure head counts are conducted and logged at predetermined times and when necessary. Conduct and/or ensure all accountability calls are completed within required time-frame (i.e. home detention, social, work and weekend pass).
    Conduct drug and alcohol testing as needed or as directed by facility administration.
    Perform rescue functions at accidents, emergencies and disasters to include administering basic emergency medical aid and CPR, physically removing people away from dangerous situations, and securing and evacuating people from confined areas.
    Distribute food plates during late meal service.
    Qualifications:
    High School diploma, GED certification or equivalent is required.
    One year of work experience, to include six months experience in a security related field is required.
    Experience in correctional management is preferred.
    Supervisory experience is preferred.
    California Adult Corrections Officer Core Course certification is required.
    Ability to communicate clearly verbally and in writing and apply problem solving techniques to complex issues.
    Must complete pre-service and other training programs as required.
    Must be available to work any hours, any shift.
    Minimum age requirement: Must be at least 18 years of age.
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    Immediate Openings – Start Right Away!

    Competitive Hourly Rates 

    Schedules to meet your availability! 

    Referral Program

    Employee Discount at Macy’s AND Bloomingdales 

    About:

    Macy’s is proudly America’s Department Store. There’s a reason we’ve been around for 160 years. Customers come to us for fashion, value and celebration. Macy’s is also known for giving back to our communities.

    The magic of Macy’s ultimately comes alive in our stores, and our store colleagues are the ones making it happen. They provide outstanding customer service, create a memorable shopping experience, and drive sales results. A store position at Macy’s (seasonal, part-time, or full-time) is the perfect way to explore the world of retail. Some of Macy’s top executives started their careers as part-time retail sales associates. Our store positions are ideal for forming relationships, building teams, and developing leadership skills to grow your career at Macy’s. Macy’s stores are ideal for building capability in creating partnerships, building teams, and developing the leaders of tomorrow. Macy’s is the “Academy” for retail careers.

    A store colleague position (whether it’s a seasonal job, part-time retail job, or a full-time career) is the perfect way to launch a career in the world of retail. Many of Macy’s top executives started their careers in part-time retail sales roles, or as recent college graduates into our development programs in the various functions at Macy’s.

    Job Overview:

    As a Beauty advisor, your focus is to support the Beauty needs of our customers to drive sales. Your role is to provide an elevated and seamless customer experience through your expert skills in beauty knowledge, virtual selling, service & recovery. Your goal is to exceed performance metrics.  You are focused on customer acquisition and building strong client relationships. You embrace innovation and are comfortable communicating with customers via phone, virtual 1:1 appointment, virtual events and leverage new selling ideas and applications. Provide customer consultation, make-up and product application following all current hygiene standards.  Perform other duties as assigned.

    Essential Functions:

    Drive and exceed sales goals by providing a personalized beauty experience based on individual customer needs

    Provide a high level of service based on customer preference by leveraging product knowledge and providing expert advice to each customer.  Offer the customer compelling experiences, opportunities to discover products, and relationships that keep them coming back.  Provide outstanding service – whether that be in person, virtually or on the phone

    Drive customer acquisition. Leverage MyClient to nurture client relationships through impactful and personalized outreach. Drive sales through leveraging Macy’s Loyalty Program

    Participate in pre-selling and sales driving events

    Remain up to date with all training through Beauty Playground. Attend Vendor trainings and virtual trainings as assigned

    Self-motivated to stay current on brand related product knowledge and beauty trends

    Partner with Counter Manager and CSX Manager to identify business driving opportunities

    Meet regularly with your supervisor to discuss your performance, goals and actions

    Ensure timely processing of new receipts, damages, testers, and return to vendors (RTVs)

    Upkeep a clean, safe and inviting environment in alignment with our company provided standards & guidelines

    Regular, dependable attendance & punctuality

    Qualifications and Competencies:

    High School Diploma or equivalent required

    Previous cosmetic or fragrance sales experience a plus

    Strong interpersonal skills with proven ability to communicate and share information with diverse groups of customers and peers

    Resourceful and able to adapt quickly to changing priorities 

    Resourceful self-starter, works well independently as well as part of a team, and able to adapt quickly to changing priorities

    Ability to work a flexible schedule with retail hours, including day, evening, weekends, and/or holidays

    Physical Requirements:

    Position requires prolonged periods of standing/walking around store or department

    May involve reaching, crouching, kneeling, stooping and color vision

    Frequent use of computers and other technology, necessary to perform job functions, including handheld equipment, cash register and ability to process register transactions

    Frequently lift/move up to 25lbs 

     

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    Retail Sales Associate, Boston - Full Time  

    - Boston


    Immediate Openings – Start Right Away!

    Competitive Hourly Rates 

    Schedules to meet your availability! 

    Referral Program

    Employee Discount at Macy’s AND Bloomingdales 

     

    Please note – currently this role may not require an in-person interview and if you are selected for this role you will receive a job offer via email. Please watch your email closely for updates from us!

     

    About:

    Macy’s is proudly America’s Department Store. There’s a reason we’ve been around for 160 years. Customers come to us for fashion, value and celebration. Macy’s is also known for giving back to our communities.

    The magic of Macy’s ultimately comes alive in our stores, and our store colleagues are the ones making it happen. They provide outstanding customer service, create a memorable shopping experience, and drive sales results. A store position at Macy’s (seasonal, part-time, or full-time) is the perfect way to explore the world of retail. Some of Macy’s top executives started their careers as part-time retail sales associates. Our store positions are ideal for forming relationships, building teams, and developing leadership skills to grow your career at Macy’s. Macy’s stores are ideal for building capability in creating partnerships, building teams, and developing the leaders of tomorrow. Macy’s is the “Academy” for retail careers.

    A store colleague position (whether it’s a seasonal job, part-time retail job, or a full-time career) is the perfect way to launch a career in the world of retail. Many of Macy’s top executives started their careers in part-time retail sales roles, or as recent college graduates into our development programs in the various functions at Macy’s.

    Job Overview:

    As a Selling Colleague, you will be an integral part of bringing the magic of Macy's to life.  Selling Colleagues provide outstanding customer service, meet hourly sales and Loyalty goals on a personal and departmental basis, and demonstrate superior product knowledge to customers. Selling Colleagues create a shopping experience that will make the customer feel welcome and comfortable including the upkeep of merchandise within the store and maintaining the stockroom.

    The Selling Colleague is also responsible for fulfillment and performing other duties as necessary.

    Macy’s uses a scheduling plan that allows our colleagues to participate in the creation of their work schedules by managing availability and identifying preferences. Additionally, during key events and peak selling times, Macy’s may offer additional shifts to our colleagues, which they may pick up using the self-scheduling tool. 

    Essential Functions:

    Provide an exceptional customer experience by ensuring the customer is always the priority

    Assist customers in all aspects of total store fulfillment and have the ability to satisfy the needs of our digital and physical customers by making appropriate partnerships when necessary

    Determine customer needs based on personal features and other customer preference related factors; suggest additional merchandise to compliment customer selection

    Demonstrate knowledge of store products and services to build sales and minimize returns, including Macy's Loyalty Programs

    Be proficient in POS systems including but not limited to Search and Send and My Client

    Proactively assist customers who are using devices to shop and compare, whether Macy’s devices or their own

    Develop new business and expand client base through networking, suggestive selling and on the floor presence

    Maintain department recovery standards; including fitting room go backs to standard, if applicable

    Retrieve additional merchandise for customers as requested

    Assist the Support Colleague Team in the movement of fixtures and merchandise for new product, season changes, and clearance sets

    Assist in inventory and markdown process

    Adhere to Asset Protection and inventory control and compliance procedures

    Follows shortage programs and procedures

    Perform these and other functions in an efficient manner, as directed by the Supervisor

    Regular, dependable attendance and punctuality

    Qualifications and Competencies:

    No Education or Experience Required

    Strong interpersonal skills with proven ability to communicate and share information with diverse groups of customers and peers

    Resourceful and able to adapt quickly to changing priorities 

    Resourceful self-starter, works well independently as well as part of a team, and able to adapt quickly to changing priorities

    Ability to work a flexible schedule with retail hours, including day, evening, weekends, and/or holidays

    Physical Requirements:

    Position requires prolonged periods of standing/walking around store or department

    May involve reaching, crouching, kneeling, stooping and color vision

    Frequent use of computers and other technology, necessary to perform job functions, including handheld equipment, cash register and ability to process register transactions

    Frequently lift/move up to 25lbs 

     
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    Immediate Openings – Start Right Away!

    Competitive Hourly Rates 

    Schedules to meet your availability! 

    Referral Program

    Employee Discount at Macy’s AND Bloomingdales 

     

    Please note – currently this role may not require an in-person interview and if you are selected for this role you will receive a job offer via email. Please watch your email closely for updates from us!

     

    About:

    Macy’s is proudly America’s Department Store. There’s a reason we’ve been around for 160 years. Customers come to us for fashion, value and celebration. Macy’s is also known for giving back to our communities.

    The magic of Macy’s ultimately comes alive in our stores, and our store colleagues are the ones making it happen. They provide outstanding customer service, create a memorable shopping experience, and drive sales results. A store position at Macy’s (seasonal, part-time, or full-time) is the perfect way to explore the world of retail. Some of Macy’s top executives started their careers as part-time retail sales associates. Our store positions are ideal for forming relationships, building teams, and developing leadership skills to grow your career at Macy’s. Macy’s stores are ideal for building capability in creating partnerships, building teams, and developing the leaders of tomorrow. Macy’s is the “Academy” for retail careers.

    A store colleague position (whether it’s a seasonal job, part-time retail job, or a full-time career) is the perfect way to launch a career in the world of retail. Many of Macy’s top executives started their careers in part-time retail sales roles, or as recent college graduates into our development programs in the various functions at Macy’s.

    Job Overview:

    As a Selling Colleague, you will be an integral part of bringing the magic of Macy's to life.  Selling Colleagues provide outstanding customer service, meet hourly sales and Loyalty goals on a personal and departmental basis, and demonstrate superior product knowledge to customers. Selling Colleagues create a shopping experience that will make the customer feel welcome and comfortable including the upkeep of merchandise within the store and maintaining the stockroom.

    The Selling Colleague is also responsible for fulfillment and performing other duties as necessary.

    Macy’s uses a scheduling plan that allows our colleagues to participate in the creation of their work schedules by managing availability and identifying preferences. Additionally, during key events and peak selling times, Macy’s may offer additional shifts to our colleagues, which they may pick up using the self-scheduling tool. 

    Essential Functions:

    Provide an exceptional customer experience by ensuring the customer is always the priority

    Assist customers in all aspects of total store fulfillment and have the ability to satisfy the needs of our digital and physical customers by making appropriate partnerships when necessary

    Determine customer needs based on personal features and other customer preference related factors; suggest additional merchandise to compliment customer selection

    Demonstrate knowledge of store products and services to build sales and minimize returns, including Macy's Loyalty Programs

    Be proficient in POS systems including but not limited to Search and Send and My Client

    Proactively assist customers who are using devices to shop and compare, whether Macy’s devices or their own

    Develop new business and expand client base through networking, suggestive selling and on the floor presence

    Maintain department recovery standards; including fitting room go backs to standard, if applicable

    Retrieve additional merchandise for customers as requested

    Assist the Support Colleague Team in the movement of fixtures and merchandise for new product, season changes, and clearance sets

    Assist in inventory and markdown process

    Adhere to Asset Protection and inventory control and compliance procedures

    Follows shortage programs and procedures

    Perform these and other functions in an efficient manner, as directed by the Supervisor

    Regular, dependable attendance and punctuality

    Qualifications and Competencies:

    No Education or Experience Required

    Strong interpersonal skills with proven ability to communicate and share information with diverse groups of customers and peers

    Resourceful and able to adapt quickly to changing priorities 

    Resourceful self-starter, works well independently as well as part of a team, and able to adapt quickly to changing priorities

    Ability to work a flexible schedule with retail hours, including day, evening, weekends, and/or holidays

    Physical Requirements:

    Position requires prolonged periods of standing/walking around store or department

    May involve reaching, crouching, kneeling, stooping and color vision

    Frequent use of computers and other technology, necessary to perform job functions, including handheld equipment, cash register and ability to process register transactions

    Frequently lift/move up to 25lbs 

     
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    Overview Being good neighbors - helping people, investing in our communities, and making the world a better place - is who we are at State Farm. It is at the core of how we operate and the reason for our success. Check out what it's like in Claims Field Services, and see what makes us great! We offer a surprisingly great Compensation Package: Starting salary is between $56,099.62 - $83,052.26 annually based on skills and experience . Because work-life-balance is a priority at State Farm, compensation is based on our standard 38:45-hour work week! This position is eligible for a $2,000 Welcome Bonus throughout the first year of employment and a $5,000 sign on bonus! In addition to competitive a salary, you are also eligible for: - An annual bonus based on individual and enterprise performance - Annual merit increases We offer a ton of amazing Benefits - h ere's a preview of what you might not find other places: - Paid Time Off (PTO), plus: - 5 days of Life Leave to take care of yourself and your family - Paid Volunteer Time - Annual Celebration Day to celebrate what's important to you - Paid Development Time - Financial, wellness and mental health programs - Tuition Reimbursement/Community College Tuition Program - Discounts from hundreds of retailers through our Perks at Work program Responsibilities When you join our team, you can feel good knowing you are helping our customers recover from the unexpected. This position is for an Auto Estimator, handling In Person/General Inspections. Primarily responsible for collecting damage information on vehicles from repairer or customer and completing initial estimates via photos or in person. This role includes remote/virtual work and in-person work. You will identify damage to vehicles, write and review vehicle repair estimates, and work closely with claims personnel in resolving claims. Where you'll work: This position is responsible for servicing the location of Boston, MA. Competitive candidates should reside within a commutable distance of this territory. This is a Remote-Field position in which you will work from home and utilize a mobile office/vehicle for in-person appointments. Hours of operation are continually evaluated and may change based on business need. Successful candidates are able and willing to work flexible work shifts and may be asked to work overtime and/or irregular hours. Candidates may be asked to work outside of their assigned territory as business needs dictates. Qualifications Competitive candidates must demonstrate the following: Excellent customer service and decision-making skills Physical agility to allow for stooping, bending, and some physical lifting to adequately evaluate vehicle damage and create repair estimates A valid driver's license is required Preferred Skills: Auto collision repair, auto damage estimating, and/or auto insurance appraiser experience Motor Vehicle Physical Damage Appraiser License CCC One and/or Mitchell knowledge I-CAR Platinum Certification Employees must successfully complete all required training, including applicable licensing exam(s), MVRs and background checks required of various state(s). Come join the Neighborhood and do some good! Visit our Careers page for more information on our benefits , locations and the process of joining the State Farm team! PMCL PI203123062

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    Digital Agency Associate, Supervisor or Director, Boston MA or Philadelphia  

    - Philadelphia
    -


    Digital Agency Associate, Supervisor or Director, Boston MA or Philadelphia

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    Location Philadelphia, PA


    Type Direct Hire

    ID j-1729

    Posted Aug 11, 2022

    Digital Agency Associate, Supervisor or Director, Boston MA or Philadelphia PA

    Compensation Commensurate with experience, bonus, benefits, EOE, diverse highly educated culture

    Candidates must be a U.S. citizen or national, refugee, asylum, or lawful permanent resident.

    Our client is looking for a Digital Agency Associate, Supervisor or Director who is a leader, teacher, and mentor. Their role is as much about nurturing their subordinates as it is about serving the client. Supervisors are well-read marketing experts not only in their clients' business/categories but in the advertising industry as well.

    Responsibilities
    Primary day-to-day contact and counsel to the client’s marketing staff, immersing in their business and fostering strong relationships with the clients
    Lead cross-functional teams in the development and execution of cross-channel marketing campaigns including digital, traditional, social, and experiential
    Leverage your ability to understand and contribute to the big picture strategic thinking, vision, and insights to help drive big ideas and initiatives
    Identify and contribute to business building efforts among existing clients, plays a contributing role in new business development when required
    Is ultimately responsible for account financial performance and reporting including recommendations to alter performance where appropriate
    Maintains and evangelizes a strong understanding of all aspects of the agency business, works to improve agency workflow and process as appropriate
    Effective at delegating assignments, management of staff, as well as client marketing programs, Administers performance reviews, establishes growth goals, and provides opportunities for growth and fulfillment among support staff, Leads any internal, ad hoc, initiatives that may arise
    Qualifications
    Adept at evaluating creative/media/idea recommendations in the context of the approved strategy
    Digital marketing/agency related experience and should be performing at a high level of proficiency
    Solid integrated advertising and strategy experience from an advertising agency
    B2B and/or Retail agency experience, a strong plus
    Must have demonstrated excellent management and leadership skills
    Enthusiastic about business beyond marketing
    Collaborative leadership skills that encourage team cooperation and motivate relationship building
    Confident in oral, written, strategic and analytical abilities
    Bachelors or Master preferably in marketing, advertising, digital communications
    Diversity and EOE Statements
    Our clients are committed to an inclusive workplace where we do not discriminate based on race, sex, gender, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital or familial status, age, ancestry, disability, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by applicable laws. They believe in diversity and encourage any qualified individual to apply. They are an equal employment opportunity employer.
    BlueSkyClarity proudly believe that your gender, race, nationality, religion, sexual orientation, status as a protected veteran, or status as an individual with a disability should have nothing to do with hiring practices. We are an EOE agency that seek to increase our client’s diversity recruitment and hiring.
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    Food and Beverage Supervisor, Boston Logan Airport  

    - Boston
    -


    The Opportunity

    Delaware North Travel & Hospitality is hiring Food and Beverage Supervisors to join our team at Boston Logan Airport in East Boston, Massachusetts. As a Food and Beverage Supervisor, you will be responsible for ensuring the highest levels of service is provided to our guests.


    Pay rate for the Food and Beverage Supervisor is $18.00 - $22.00 / hour depending on experience.

    Full Time Employee Total Rewards Package:

    Delaware North believes in a total rewards package that helps us recruit and retain the best associates in the industry. We have a comprehensive benefits program designed to give our associates the comfort, safety and stability they need to serve our guests each and every day. Below is a listing of many of our benefits:
    401(k) plan with company contribution
    Medical
    Dental
    Life insurance
    Short-term disability
    Discounted meals
    Paid time off including Personal Holidays, Holidays, Sick and Vacation
    Paid Parking
    Responsibilities
    Ensure compliance with all departmental and organizational policies and procedures.
    Maintain a safe and clean environment for guests and associates.
    Assist managers in training and development of the team and conducting associate-counseling sessions including verbal and written corrective action reports.
    Assist managers in the management of staffing levels in accordance with established budgetary goals and business volume.
    Inspect by walking through your assigned area to monitor staff and to monitor guest needs.
    Lead hourly staff in the daily performance of their duties.
    Ensure venue is adequately stocked with all product and supplies needed for service.
    Collaborate with manager concerning operational deficiencies and areas in need of attention.
    Greet guests positively, treating each person as an individual and in a professional manner.
    Prioritize and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
    Qualifications
    One year related experience required.
    Superior organization and guest service abilities required.
    Basic math skills including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions and percentages.
    Basic computer skills including word-processing, spreadsheets, and e-mail required.
    Demonstrate skill in dealing with guest complaints, using active listening skills to defuse difficult and sometimes emotionally charged situations to maintain the guest’s goodwill
    High school diploma or GED preferred.
    Physical Requirements
    Ability to lift or carry 50 pounds.
    Ability to stand or walk 100% of the time.
    Possible exposure to secondhand smoke.
    Possible exposure to high volume of noise.
    Who We Are

    At Delaware North, you’ll love where you work, who you work with, and how your day unfolds. Whether it’s in sporting venues, casinos, airports, national parks, iconic hotels, or premier restaurants, there’s no telling where your career can ultimately take you. We empower you to do great work in a company with 100 years of success, stability and growth. If you have drive and enjoy the thrill of making things happen - share our vision and grow with us.

    Delaware North Companies, Incorporated and its subsidiaries consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. Delaware North is an equal opportunity employer.

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    Boston University Hillel is looking for an Assistant Director who will report to the Managing Director and plan and execute all development plans for BU Hillel.

    Role Overview

    Make your mark on Jewish student life by joining Boston University Hillel. You will power Hillel by supporting efforts to connect people, vital funds and resources to our mission.

    Boston University is home to one of the largest Jewish undergraduate populations at a private university globally, with 4,000 Jewish undergraduate students and 2,000 Jewish graduate students.

    What You'll Do

    Donor Cultivation and Solicitation
    Create, manage, and update BU Hillel Annual Development Plan.
    Manage a portfolio of donors and prospects through cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. Personally soliciting annual gifts of $500 - $10,000+.
    Manage major prospect research through strategic work with BU Major Gifts Officers in partnership with BU Hillel Managing Director.
    Staff lead for BU Hillel's Director's Council, engaged donors who give $1,000+ and meet 3x/year.
    Staff lead for BU Hillel Development Committee.
    Provide staffing support (e.g., scheduling, development of materials, taking minutes) for Board of Directors and various other lay leader groups.
    Grant and Foundation Management
    Research, write, and track grant proposals from $1,000-$100,000+.
    Administer and report on grants
    Manage stewardship of foundation partners
    Direct Marketing
    Direct Shared Development Marketing Manager in partnership with Hillel International.
    Oversee and execute complete direct marketing plan including mail, email, social media appeals, and student phone-a-thon efforts.
    Data Management
    Supervise Database Intern
    Manage the organization's full donor and prospect lists.
    Organize cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship plans for Executive Director and Managing Director for major and leadership gift asks of up to $150,000+.
    Generate weekly reports on fundraising performance.
    On a day-to-day basis you will
    Execute prospect research, primarily of BU donors who give Jewishly, but not yet to BU Hillel.
    Continue building relationships with BU Major Gifts Officers in effort to enhance prospect work.
    Track all donor plans, and cultivate, solicit, and steward personal portfolio in a timely manner.
    Track and prepare for Executive Director's and Managing Director's solicitation and stewardship meetings.
    In coordination with Shared Marketing Manager, conduct mass campaigns via email, direct mail, student phone-a thons.
    Coordinate all interfaces and interactions with BU Development, ensuring best possible cooperation with BU's fundraising agents.
    Manage Database Intern to ensure all database entries are updated in a timely manner.
    Manage BU Hillel's fundraising lists, data, and full-range of uses of the BU Fundraising database.
    Write, track, and manage grant proposals and reports for individual donors, foundations, Jewish Federations, Hillel International, and other funders.
    Serve as a liaison between BU Hillel and select stakeholders, including CJP, other Foundations, and Hillel International Development Staff.
    Report timely and accurate information to the Executive Director and the Board.
    Work closely with Board members, especially chairs of Development and Development Committee members, to engage them in fundraising efforts, utilize relationships, and develop leadership gifts.
    Plan and organize logistics for Board meetings and Development Committee meetings (4 per year).
    Plan and organize Director's Council meetings (3 per year).
    Write thank you letters and oversee stewardship transactions.
    Track pledges and gifts to ensure monies are received, reported, and deposited in a timely manner.
    Ensure grant monies are collected when promised.
    What You've Accomplished
    3-5 years of experience. While development experience is desirable, it is not necessary. We are most interested in someone who is organized, driven, energy and mission focused. The most important experience we are looking for is the ability to organize people and projects and the ability to inspire commitment and action.
    We are interested in people with backgrounds in PR, Communications, Marketing, Communal Engagement in addition to development/fundraising experience
    Bachelors degree required, Masters preferred
    High-level professional development to help develop core skills and gain expertise from University, Jewish communal, and nonprofit fundraising experts and lay leaders
    Mentoring and career coaching to help you during and after your position
    A network of terrific colleagues from across the Hillel movement.
    A comprehensive benefits package, including health insurance, Tax Deferred Retirement Plan, Life, AD&D and Long Term Disability insurances, Flexible Spending Plan, generous vacation/sick time, and parental leave.
    The salary range for this role is $70,000-$80,000
    What You'll Get Out of It
    What You'll Bring to the Job

    Inspires
    Energy, enthusiasm, a can-do attitude
    Ability to passionately represent BU Hillel's mission
    Organized
    Can work independently and also collaboratively
    Thorough, accurate, comfortable with numbers and basic finance and accounting concepts
    Can keep track of multiple work streams
    Excels
    Effective at selling
    Successful track record of project management and managing many tasks
    To apply: please submit your resume and cover letter to Ethan Sobel ( esobel@bu.edu ).

    Please note all newly hired staff and faculty will need to be in compliance with Boston University's COVID-19 Vaccination and Booster Requirement within 30 days of date of hire. You must upload your vaccine documentation or request a medical or religious exemption ( instructions ). For further information on the University's response to COVID-19, please visit the COVID-19 Resources site.

    We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, military service, pregnancy or pregnancy-related condition, or because of marital, parental, or veteran status. We are a VEVRAA Federal Contractor.


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