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    Earned Media Fellow  

    - Oakland

    The Change Fellowship Program is a paid, part-time professional development program designed to train and cultivate the next generation of earned media experts to tell stories that drive racial and social justice. During the six-month program, earned media fellows will support media relations services that Change Consulting provides to our clients. Fellows will receive professional mentorship and get hands-on experience developing earned media strategies and tactics, building media lists and cultivating relationships with members of the media, pitching stories that break through a busy media landscape, and securing media placements that honor the stories they tell. Earned media fellows will work closely with the earned media team and the VP of Engagement on a wide range of projects and earned media initiatives for our clients, as well as ongoing, day-to-day earned media support. Fellows will be involved in everything from story gathering, identifying opportunities in the media landscape, developing media pitches, coordinating interviews with members of the media, tracking and reporting coverage, and much more. In addition to their role on the earned media team, fellows will gain exposure to our other areas of service, including strategy, digital and content, and training and capacity, and learn how, woven together, this work lays the foundation for strong communications infrastructure that advances the change our clients wish to see in the world. Fellows' work, as with the work of the entire agency, will be rooted in our values: belief in the power of changemakers, the courageous and creative people who believe a better world is possible, and committed and excellent service and partnership for their success; cherished, long-term relationships with our clients and communities; racial justice, and centering all our work on the liberation of Black people and people of color; love, and bringing our whole hearts to everything we do; focus on high impact and low ego and drama; holding ourselves and our clients in the light of possibility; and believing in a world where more connection and joy is possible. About Change Consulting Change Consulting is a Black-owned social change communications agency based in Oakland, California. For the past 14 years, we have worked in service of and in partnership with changemakers - visionaries at nonprofits, foundations and mission-driven entities - who are committed to making justice a reality. We have a particular focus on racial justice, including criminal justice reform, economic justice, youth empowerment, social determinants of health, equitable development, and civic engagement. Our clients bring the vision and subject matter expertise, and we provide the communications counsel, strategy, and hands-on implementation support to help move key audiences to action. Our multi-racial team has backgrounds in philanthropy, media, social enterprise, publishing, politics, advocacy, public relations, and strategic communications. Our work is rooted in the movement for racial justice; everything we do is in commitment to ending systemic anti-Black racism and making just futures possible for Black communities and communities of color. Current and former clients include: ACLU of Northern California, Akonadi Foundation, Black Organizing Project, Black Futures Lab and Black to the Future Action Fund, Essie Justice Group, Grantmakers for Girls of Color/Black Girl Freedom Fund, PowerSwitch Action, Stop AAPI Hate, The California Endowment, and more. More information about us can be found on our website: change-llc.com. What you'll be doing: Day-to-day responsibilities will depend on what projects and partnerships we are working on at the time of the fellowship, as well as your interests and expertise. They may include any of the following: Monitor news around issue areas of focus; capturing and reporting out themes; identifying opportunities and recommendations on how best to take advantage of them Build and maintain media lists focused on different issue areas, media, and markets Draft press releases, media advisories, op-eds Develop creative ideas for media pitches and draft pitches to share via email, phone, and social media Draft talking points and other materials to prepare spokespeople for media interviews Track media coverage and compile reports summarizing results for various topics, issues, and projects or clients, as well as challenges and opportunities Assist with media event production, such as press conferences or briefings Participate in internal meetings In addition to regular meetings with your earned media advisor, you will also meet one-on-one with members of the Change Consulting team both to support you in your work with us, and to learn more about our services, the clients we work with, and strategic communications more broadly. Who you are: You have an interest in communications and understanding how the media industry operates, particularly in service of social justice. Committed to racial justice with a demonstrated understanding of systemic issues impacting Black communities and communities of color. You are a strong writer and speaker, able to communicate effectively internally with our team and externally with members of the media and clients. A problem solver who isn't afraid to ask questions, or for help, but is ready with possible answers or a path through. A team player who is motivated by responsibility and delivering quality work, and has a resilient, positive attitude. Committed to personal and collective progress, learning, and growing. Prior experience with copywriting, press, and journalism is a plus but not required. Our Values: Changemakers. Above all, Change Consulting exists for the courageous and creative people who believe a better world is possible and take action to bring that new world to life. Relationship. Everything is about relationship. We cherish our long-term relationships with our clients and communities. We strive to be a trusted thought partner, and to deliver and delight. Racial justice. All of our work is for the liberation of Black people and people of color because our collective liberation and well being depends on it. Love. We bring our values, beliefs and our whole hearts to everything we do. This work is personal, vital and affects our daily lives and the future of our communities. Joy. Holding our clients in the light of possibility, and striving to deliver and delight, brings us joy. We do what we do because of what we're for not just to fight what we're against. And we believe a world with more connection and joy is possible. All the details: Eligibility There is no minimum educational attainment requirement for this fellowship. However, fellows must be 18 years or older and be authorized to work in the United State. Time Commitment The fellowship begins late February 2023, and ends August 2023. Fellows will be expected to commit to working at least 20 hours per week for the duration of their fellowship and are required to attend earned media team meetings. Fellows are also expected to be available during regular business hours for additional meetings as needed. Program Stipend Fellows will be paid a stipend of $8,160 for the duration of the six-month program. Location Fellows must reside in the San Francisco Bay Area. While you will have the opportunity to work remotely for some of the time, we ask that you be available for in-person meetings and check-ins. You will also have the option to work out of our company's headquarters. Application + Deadline Applications are due by January 20, 2023. We will conduct interviews on a rolling basis. Please apply at the link: https://forms.gle/4g3SGfaTKuKExvVa9 Equal Opportunity Employment Change Consulting is an equal opportunity employer. We are committed to hiring a diverse workforce and we value our inclusive culture. We encourage applications from all qualified individuals from all races, religions, gender identities, sexual orientations, ages, national origins, immigration/marital/veteran/disability statuses. If you require reasonable accommodation in completing this application, interviewing, or otherwise participating in the employee selection process, please email us at operations@change-llc.com.

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    Snow Shoveler  

    - Fairbanks

    Job Description Snow Shovelers (Fairbanks) compensation: $16.00 - $20.00 per hour DOE employment type: part-time/seasonal Snow Shovelers - Anchorage *ON-CALL* Night time hours*Part Time * MUST have VALID Alaska Driver's License * Must be dependable * Be able to follow directions and be a productive member of a crew * Be knowledgeable with basic snow removal equipment * Be able to lift 50 pounds * Be able to work quickly producing high quality work * Must have i-phone or Android phone * Basic computer knowledge * Job responsibilities include maintaining multiple commercial sites under the guidance of a supervisor relating to snow removal including keeping walkways clear by shoveling or operation of mechanical means, or deicing/salting of walkways. Must have the ability to work all hours of the night while on call, and be able to work safely, proficiently with quality results. Must be able to respond to call out within 1 hour. *This is a part time job - hours are dependent of a 1-2" snowfall, working hours are 7PM- 7AM. * https://jeffcogrounds.com/employment/

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    Construction Superintendent  

    - Greenville

    Our team is looking for a construction superintendent to manage our projects. You'll supervise staff and subcontractors and ensure projects are delivered on time an under budget. As a superintendent, your job duties will also include allocating and monitoring budgets. This role requires excellent communication skills, as you'll collaborate with various people, such as city and county officials, developers, construction workers, architects and engineers and various other vendors. In order to succeed, it's important to know how to implement quality, health, and safety standards onsite as well as following federal, state and local codes. If you are organized, able to work well under pressure and have experience and or education in this field, we'd like to meet you. Responsibilities Collaborate with engineers, subcontractors, etc. to determine project needs Set performance goals and deadlines Plan construction processes Estimate costs and ensure the project is on budget Supervise staff and provide constructive feedback Monitor and report on project progress Plan inspections and obtain construction permits from local authorities Implement safety and quality guidelines Order the appropriate equipment and arrange for regular maintenance Keep track of material stock and orders Ensure the job site remains safe, clean, and orderly Resolve on-site issues and emergencies Requirements Previous experience and or education as a construction superintendent or in a similar role Knowledge of local quality, safety, and health guidelines for construction job sites - as well as federal, state and local codes. In-depth understanding of construction operations and processes Organizational and time-management skills Ability to lead and inspire

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    PC Computer Technician  

    - Buffalo Grove

    PC Computer Technician Aria Technology Solutions 1080 Johnson Drive Buffalo Grove IL 60089 Computer Technician Job Description Aria technology Solutions, in Buffalo Grove Illinois, is seeking a full-time motivated PC Computer technician. In this role, you will be required to install software and upgrades on multiple computers using Ghost program. Earn $25 per hour while learning the business aspect of computer rentals. To be successful as a computer technician, you should possess excellent problem-solving and critical thinking skills, extensive technical knowledge, and good task management abilities. Computer Technician Responsibilities: - Setting up and installing new hardware and software systems. - Diagnosing and troubleshooting computer issues. - Maintaining hardware and software by conducting regular maintenance and updates. - Identifying and resolving network, connectivity, and server issues. - Upgrading firmware, software, and outdated hardware systems. - Providing technical support to users and resolving technical errors. - Performing regular tests, upgrades, and backups. Computer Technician Requirements: - At least 2 years of education or experience in PC Computer technology. - Proficiency in computer operating systems, such as MS Windows, and MAC OS. - Exceptional working knowledge of computer systems, including networks, servers, and system maintenance. - Good understanding of computer equipment, including laptops, servers, printers, and routers. - Strong diagnostic and troubleshooting abilities. - Excellent problem-solving and critical thinking skills. - Good written and verbal communication skills. Arai Technology Solutions offer a competitive salary and 401K benefit. Please contact: Jim Jain at jimjain@gmail.com www.ariaav.com

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    Full time seasonal staff position from May thru August as Adventure Camp Staff in an outdoor setting. The program is designed to work with Learning Disabled and Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder students ranging from 8-25 years of age. For more information about what it's like to work for SOAR: https://soarnc.org/about-soar/employment-opportunities/ For BENEFITS information: https://soarnc.org/about-soar/employment-opportunities/what-it-is-like-being-a-soar-staff/ Responsibilities include: supervise a group of 7-8 students (2 staff per group), for 24 hours a day, on 10 to 18 day courses; facilitate a safe and successful experience during the adventure based portions of the course, which may include activities such as backpacking, rock climbing/belaying, whitewater rafting, caving, mountain biking, horseback riding, high and low ropes course activities, canoeing, fishing, snorkeling, sea kayaking, funyakking, archery, hatchet throwing, tubing, boating, llama trekking, riflery, primitive skills, paintball; facilitate the development of life skills, organizational skills, self-esteem, problem-solving strategies, communication techniques, and social skills; assist in developing personal goals for each student; write a comprehensive student evaluation at the end of each course; and act as a role model for students by demonstrating maturity, responsibility, good organizational skills, and professional Preferred Qualifications: -minimum 19 years of age (21 and older preferred); -2 years of college experience, in human service related field preferred (e.g., Education, Psychology, Recreation); -current Wilderness First Aid and CPR certifications (or ability to obtain for free from SOAR); -experience and/or desire to work with LD and AD/HD youth; -patience, energy, enthusiasm, flexibility, maturity, and integrity required; -experience in and/or desire to learn outdoor adventure activities; -strong organizational and time management skills Expectations for the position include: Compliance with all policies and regulations of SOAR; understanding the personal needs of instructors are secondary to the emotional and physical well being of our clients; utilizing behavior management techniques consistent with the program philosophy at SOAR; acting in a professional manner at all times to promote SOAR and the profession; developing an appropriate setting in which the student may learn from example; understanding the care of students in a 24 hour setting; and maintaining current records of student progress and documenting strategies utilized during the course for parents and student. Expectations also include being able to fulfill the physically demanding requirements of the position including but not limited to: being able to hike with a backpack weighing 25-40 pounds over rough and mountainous terrain for 5-10 miles per day; being able to perform upper body tasks such as belaying or guiding a whitewater rafting trip; camping outdoors for extended periods of time in a variety of environmental conditions such as cold, heat, rain, lightning; etc. This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee. SOAR, Inc. provides equal opportunities to employees and applicants without regard to race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or identity, national origin, age, disability, or veteran status. TO APPLY: https://soar.campintouch.com/ui/forms/application/staff/App

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    Coble-Temple  

    - Walnut Creek

    This is a perfect position for individuals looking for part-time work either early in the morning, late afternoon evening hours, or weekends. Able to work around school schedules. Primary responsibilities of this position include personal care (feeding, toileting, etc.), meal preparation, running errands, household organizing. Secondary responsibilities after position advancement may include managing appointments and calendars, responding to emails, research for trial preparation, project management, formatting presentations, documentation management, scheduling events and appearances, transcription, note-taking, scanning, shopping. Dr. Alette Coble-Temple is a clinical psychology professor and disability rights advocate. She serves as a part-time forensic evaluator for the State of California. She volunteers on several national non-profit boards and committees, providing leadership development for professionals with disabilities. While no experience in this kind of work is needed, successful candidates will be self-motivated team players who work productively with little supervision. Organizational skills and common sense are key. This position is onsite and may include working in different locations including, but not limited to, a private home/University setting/outpatient-inpatient healthcare setting. During the course of the pandemic, adherence to precautionary measures per employee policy is required.

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    Warehouse - Package Handler  

    - Sioux Falls

    Shift: Sunrise/Preload (4:00 AM - 9:00 AM) Day (10:30 AM - 4:00 PM) Twilight (5:15 PM - 9:30 PM) Midnight (11:00 PM - 4:00 AM) Who exactly are UPS Warehouse Workers? Also known as Package Handlers, many of our WarehouseWorkers start out as seasonal employees but we also hire warehouse workers throughout the year. They are a diverse, collaborative, energetic team who enjoy fast-paced work. So what does it take to make it through a busy shift moving boxes and packages? The ability to lift up to 70 lbs Stamina - this is a workout like no other! Legal right to work in the U.S. An eye for detail Reliability, responsibility, and a really good pair of work shoes SHIFT YOUR BENEFITS What's in it for you? You've read about the quick application process, tight team, and active work but what else do we offer to that makes being a UPS Warehouse Worker such a great gig? Excellent weekly pay Safe work environment Up to $25,000 in tuition assistance 401(k) Medical, dental and vision after waiting period And so much more SHIFT YOUR PURPOSE So what is UPS all about? Well, you're probably already familiar with us - we're the brown trucks delivering everything from diapers and dish towels to holiday gifts and college care packages to life-saving medicines. But we're more than that. We're also hardworking, efficient package handlers and friendly, focused drivers. We're professionals working in finance, IT, engineering, marketing, and more. We are building our business ethically, safely, sustainably, and in an environmentally conscientious way. We are here to deliver what truly matters - to customers, communities, colleagues, the world, and you and your career.

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    Marketing  

    - Orlando

    We are looking for a marketing genius to help us take our dental practice to the next live. Some in-office and some remote hours available. Good compensation for full-time employees. There's paid vacation health insurance 401(k) with match , and many incentives on top of a base pay.

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    Mental Health Counselor  

    - Rockville

    Cornerstone Montgomery empowers people living with mental health and co-occurring substance use disorders to live, work, and integrate successfully into the community. We envision that each person we serve will have a meaningful life of their choosing. As the largest outpatient behavioral health agency in Montgomery County, we offer years of evidence based treatment experience to our consumers and practical training to our staff. Our robust training program allows staff members to develop and grow in the position and provides the basis for upward mobility within the agency. Responsibilities of the Rehabilitation Counselor Provide high quality psychiatric rehabilitation & case management Assist clients with supported community integration Develop person-centered treatment plans and recovery oriented goals Qualifications of the Rehabilitation Counselor Bachelor's degree in Behavioral Sciences preferred Equivalent combination of education and relevant work experience can be substituted The use of a personal vehicle to assist clients as needed is required Benefits of the Rehabilitation Counselor Comprehensive benefits including medical, dental, vision, & retirement contributions Three weeks of PTO in the first year Licensed clinical supervision hours Cornerstone Montgomery is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran, or disability status.

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    SITE PASTOR  

    - Lisle

    >>APPLY HERE: https://www.vanderbloemen.com/job/trinity-lutheran-church-site-pastor Denomination: Lutheran Weekly Attendance: 700 Location: Lisle, IL The Role: Site Pastor Meet Trinity Lutheran Church: Trinity got started in 1960 with one simple goal: to introduce other people to Jesus. For us, church isn't a place we go to, but a calling that we embrace: to be the hands and feet of Jesus in the places where we live, work, and play. Since that time, we have grown into a multisite congregation serving the greater Chicago area, and we would love to have you join us. Each week we gather at one of our three locations to worship God, learn from His Word, and connect in community. And then, throughout the week we meet in small groups to study Scripture together, build relationships, and serve our wider communities. We invite you to get to know the community at each site a little more. About the Site Pastor: When you ask us what we do at Trinity, you won't just get a job description; you're called into a mission. We believe that every person is meant to experience the deep, transformative, and abundant life that only Jesus can give. Our calling is to be ambassadors of that mission who meet people where they are at, invite them into deeper relationships with God and one another, in order that they might experience the kind of transformation that comes from walking with Jesus. That's why Trinity is a multi-site church committed to helping people look, live, and love more like Jesus. And when you join our church, you aren't saying yes to a job, you are joining a mission. We are currently looking for a Site Pastor to grow with us. The Site Pastor's Responsibilities Include: Contextualizing the mission and strategic plans of Trinity at your location Ensuring alignment between your site and the larger Trinity church as we purse the mission together Responsible for leading your site in outreach, discipleship, and leadership multiplication Overseeing the formation, development, and multiplication of small groups, small group leaders, and small group coaches at their location. Leading and administrating the site staff in outreach, volunteer recruitment, and leadership development Ensuring that pastoral care is being provided for those at your site. This includes but is not limited to - weddings, funerals, baptisms, homebound visits, and coaching/mentoring leaders Responsible for preaching at your location and online when called upon Our ideal candidate would also be willing to oversee our small groups strategy across sites as a leader on our Strategic Leadership Team. What You Bring: Education & Experience: Undergraduate degree required Seminary degree preferred 3+ years of ministry experience Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Demonstrates personal character and a commitment to growing in his walk with Jesus. 100% fit with our DNA. Embodies & champions the mission, vision & values. Great communicator from the platform. Can connect giving to vision. High relational skills with the ability to influence people older than him. Leads through others (primarily volunteers) as demonstrated in the past. Driven with clear ability to execute and deliver. Willing to live in and/or engage in the community Wired to serve as a second chair leader Experienced in leading teams of staff and/or volunteers Personal Characteristics & Qualifications: Committed to constantly growing in your own walk with Jesus Actively living out the mission, vision, and values of Trinity An experienced, dynamic leader A motivating team-builder who can lovingly, winsomely, and passionately lead both staff and volunteers Someone who is devoted to making disciples, loves people who don't yet know Jesus, and a multiplier of leaders Able to deliver relevant, Biblical messages when called upon A communications whiz with at least one year of speaking, teaching, and/or developing large groups Not intimidated by the idea of leading a site in pursuing the mission, whether its with a planting team of 100 or an established site of 500 Hard-working but love to have fun A self-starter but thrive on a team What it's Like to Live in Lisle, IL: Lisle is a suburb of Chicago with a population of 23,363. Lisle is in DuPage County and is one of the best places to live in Illinois. Living in Lisle offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents own their homes. In Lisle there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. In July 2007, Lisle was ranked No. 20 in Money magazine's list of "100 Best Places to Live'' and No. 17 on their 2009 list of the "Best Places for the Rich and Single. Lisle is a great town to raise kids in, and the small population of this town is also quite nice. The downtown is a beautiful, pedestrian-friendly retail and restaurant district that features a prairie-style streetscape inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright. Extensive planting beds filled with beautiful flowers and grasses make for an enjoyable shopping and dining experience. It is home to the Morton Arboretum and the Jurica-Suchy Nature Museum, the Lisle Park District's outdoor museum village, and Lisle Station Park. Lisle boasts of Four Lakes Ski Hill, a facility for skiers and snowboarders in the area. >>APPLY HERE: https://www.vanderbloemen.com/job/trinity-lutheran-church-site-pastor


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