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Love kids? Interested in a part time position working for a mission driven company?
Just named to Inc. 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Companies for the third year, Right At School is passionate about providing a wide range of affordable enrichment and child-care programs before, during and after school to as many students, parents and schools as possible.
If you're committed to inspiring a love of learning through Innovation-Driven, Locally-Inspired, and Efficiency-Obsessed education, join our team!
You’ll drive the mission by:
- Organize program materials for lessons and activities, as well as document attendance, incidents and other observation
- Deliver dynamic Right At School curriculum to engage children in academic and social character building that expands school day learning in a meaningful way
- Model positive guidance and effective classroom management to maintain the safety, well-being and attention of all children while supporting homework completion, leading fun fitness activities, and guiding children at play
- Excellent communication skills with varied audience including children, parents, staff and school personnel
- Model positive guidance and effective classroom management to maintain the safety and well-being and attention of all children
- Meets regularly with the Program Manager regarding professional progress and team accountability
Ideal Candidates will have the following:
- Outstanding customer service and relationship building skills
- Works well in a team environment
- At least 1 year of experience working with children under 13 years of age
- College credits in early childhood education, child development, elementary education or a related field preferred
- Ability to lift 40lbs
- Drive to inspire a love for learning and commitment to healthy living
- Ability to meet state-specific requirements; CPR, Mandated Reporter training, TB test, etc.
Benefits of being a Child Care Teacher with Right at School:
- Opportunity to make a difference in your community and positively impact families
- Ongoing professional development with pay raise incentives
- Provide meaningful fun and employ disguised learning
- Flexible working hours aligned to school schedules
- Competitive compensation and benefits, including: free before and after school childcare, commuter benefits, supplemental insurance (short-term disability, life insurance, etc.) and medical based on eligibility
Right At School is an Equal Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, gender identity or expression, or any other basis protected by local, state, or federal law.
Service Desk Support
Day shift, Monday thru Friday 10am-6pm
MUST be able to do day shift training Mon-Fri 7am - 3pm for their first 1-3 months on contract.
TS/SCI with POLYGRAPH clearance necessary!
Responds to internal and external IT Service Requests for IT service on both Unix and NT servers.
Provides user notification of receipt of Web- or email-submitted requests. Logs and tracks inquiries using service request management database, and maintains history records and related documentation.
Promptly categorizes, generates, routes and escalates, when necessary, customer requests that are escalated beyond the ITSC area of responsibility.
Must meet contract level requirements for appropriate position.
In addition, 2 years of experience with background in Microsoft Office applications to include Outlook, Word, and Excel is preferred.
Experience in ticket management system like Remedy is a plus.
Unix experience is not required, but is a plus.
No DoD 8570 Certification Required for this Opening!
Level 0's are also welcome to apply.
Apply to firstname.lastname@example.org or through our website at
Comprehensive Benefits Package!
Great Referral Bonus Program!
Are you driven by solving problems and enjoy leading people? Do you want to work for six months of the year, and have the remainder of the year free to pursue other interests? H&R Block is looking for passionate Team Leaders to accelerate our seasonal tax business by managing a single H&R Block tax office and providing leadership to a customer-centric team of associates.
As a Team Leader, you will serve as the front-line manager responsible for leadership and development of tax office associates, delivering an outstanding client experience, and achieving all office related growth objectives (i.e., clients, revenue and earnings). also act as a knowledgeable resource on tax topics and products to associates, and prepare accurate tax returns for clients, as needed. You'll begin working a flexible part-time schedule in the fall as you ramp up for the busy tax season, then transition to a full-time schedule from January through April. After working a successful tax season, you may find that you want to apply to return for subsequent seasons, or even apply for advancement opportunities.
What you'll do...
Partner with the District General Manager to create and implement office-level growth plans, which includes developing local partnerships and managing office community involvement
Assist the District General Manager in recruiting and interviewing candidates for tax office associate positions
Serve as point of contact for onsite escalated client service concerns
Ensure clients are scheduled properly and conflicts are resolved
Lead daily activities to ensure that all tax office associates work is completed according to deadlines, with attention to quality standards, priorities and overall goals
Build an engaging team environment by training and coaching associates to execute on Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and recognizing outstanding associate contributions
Lead daily team meetings and communicate essential information to tax office associates
Create associate work schedules and ensure accurate timekeeping and overtime management
Prepare tax returns, as required
What you'll bring to the team...
Prior experience working in a customer service, shift leader, or similar role
Experience supervising or managing people
Successful completion of the H&R Block Tax Knowledge Assessment or Income Tax Course
Annual completion of 18-hours of continuing education and ability to meet all other IRS and applicable state requirements
Customer-centric mindset with strong communication skills
Computer proficient with the ability to use MS Office
Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision
Passionate, determined, resilient under stress and a will to win attitude
Able to work a flexible work schedule of 40 hours per week and flexibility in work assignments based on business needs
HS diploma/GED or higher
It would be even better if you also had...
- 2+ years as a Tax Professional
Seeking experienced seasonal Tax Preparers eager to serve clients with diverse tax needs, generate business growth, and advance their tax knowledge.
We offer competitive pay, incentive pay opportunity, flexible schedules, and advanced tax training and certification.
H&R Block is the industry's largest consumer tax services provider¹ and we have been focused on client service for over 60 years.
Apply today using any device at www.hrblock.com/careers > Tax Office Jobs
Tax Professional duties include:
Conducting face-to-face tax interviews with clients
Preparing complete and accurate tax returns
Generating business growth, increasing client retention, and offering additional products and services
Providing IRS audit support
Mentoring and supporting teammates
Required Skills & Experience:
High School Diploma or equivalent
Experience in accounting, finance, bookkeeping or tax
Experience completing individual returns
Tax planning and audit support
Ability to effectively communicate in person and in writing
Experience working in a fast-paced environment
Successful completion of the H&R Block Tax Knowledge Assessment or equivalent
Must complete 18-hour continuing education requirement and meet all other IRS and applicable state requirements
Preferred Skills & Experience:
Bachelor's degree in Accounting or related field
CPA or Enrolled Agent certification
Experience completing complex returns (individual, trust, partnership)
5+ years experience in accounting, finance, bookkeeping or tax
Sales and/or marketing experience
Bilingual candidates strongly encouraged to apply!
H&R Block is an equal opportunity employer.
1 Based on annual revenues for sales of tax preparation products and services.
Pink Events Team-Ingram Park
The Events Team drives sales growth by flexing into multiple areas of the store including setting floorsets and/or cleaning, processing, replenishing, cashiering, and selling. Serving the customer is always the top priority regardless of work area. The Events Team will likely spend the majority of their time in two of these skill areas and will have the opportunity to learn other skills as needed.
When assigned to processing and replenishment:
Processes merchandise to be floor ready and maintains back room and under stock to brand standards
Replenishes merchandise to brand standards to ensure product is placed on the sales floor and available for purchase
Assists with other projects as needed including markdowns, re-tickets and the mark out of stock process
Executes floorset or inventory proficiently while understands and adheres to brand standards
Assists with maintenance of back room and under stock, including merchandise and non-merchandise, to brand standards to enable efficient replenishment
Delivers a friendly and efficient cash wrap experience, processing customer transactions accurately and efficiently at the Point of Sale (POS) or Mobile Register
Proactively engages with customers, reads cues and responds effectively
Provides customers with the perfect bra fit by asking effective questions
Converts returns, offers and other promotions into larger sales
All associate roles at Victoria's Secret are responsible for:
Driving top line store sales results and growing the business through action and productivity
Maintaining a focus on bras as the premier product differentiator, to build loyalty and support our "Best at Bras" culture
Creating customer awareness of programs available to them, (i.e. Victoria�s Secret Angel Card (US only), phone and email capture) to build customer loyalty, when applicable
Setting personal goals and tracking individual and team performance to the goals
Preparing for each shift by maintaining awareness of all sales, promotions and applicable ringing procedures
Taking initiative to recover and replenish merchandise, so it is available to sell
Understanding and adhering to visual merchandising brand standards
Assisting in housekeeping of sales floor and communicating maintenance issues
Keeping an awareness of, and building personal capability in, loss prevention
Reinforcing store strategy to reduce shrink
Supporting all activities related to providing a safe working environment
Understanding and demonstrating Company values
Exhibits an authentic desire to exceed the customer�s expectations
Proven ability to meet or exceed goals preferred
Demonstrates a sense of urgency
Has a healthy, competitive spirit, while maintaining a team focus
Is resilient and bounces back quickly from setbacks
Pursues opportunities to take on more responsibility
Seeks out coaching from leaders and peers to improve productivity; leads own learning
Schedule flexibility that includes evenings, weekends, holidays, and non-business hours
An equal opportunity employer, we do not discriminate in hiring or terms and conditions of employment because of an individual's race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, age, disability, sexual orientation, marital status or any other protected category recognized by state, federal or local laws. We only hire individuals authorized for employment in the United States.
Driver Service Provider
The Driver Service Provider position for Victory Packaging, San Antonio Branch is responsible for all phases of assembling materials for customer orders, receiving new and returned product, and making daily deliveries in our local area. Drive a company owned vehicle to deliver our product to our customers during peak periods. The Driver Service Provider is also responsible for maintaining safety and quality standards within the warehouse.
High school diploma or equivalent;
Valid, state driver's license with no motor vehicle violations within last 12 months;
Commercial Divers License required (Class B);
One or more year(s) experience as a truck driver;
One or more year (s) experience as a fork lift operator;
Meet and maintain all DOT related requirements;
General fluency in English required, verbal and written;
Basic computer literacy preferred
Essential Job Duties:
Read customer order documents to accurately determine selection of product and assemble inventory required;
Record amounts of material shipped or received in Victory computer system;
Assist with loading materials onto truck;
Assist with unloading materials returned to Victory;
Utilize material handling equipment, such as fork lifts and hand trucks, in accordance with all safety policies;
Pull orders or conduct manual inventory checks;
Operate trucks for the local delivery, pick-up and relocation of product and materials
Maintain required reports, including maintenance and time records;
Follow all safety rules for equipment and material handling as required by DOT, OSHA and Company safety program;
Communicate effectively with operations staff about customer concerns and inventory issues;
Receive, sort and place incoming product in appropriate warehouse location; • Document and record any customer returns as required;
Mark materials and product with Victory inventory codes;
Assist with general counting of inventory;
Notify Supervisor, General Manager or Office Manager of any product, safety or customer concerns;
Open all containers, crates or bales as required to sort and maintain stock;
Organize warehouse for cleanliness and safety at all times Additional Functions/Job Duties:
Perform required maintenance of vehicle;
Provide outstanding customer service during delivery and pick-up operations;
Assist with loading materials onto truck at branch and/or customer sites
Other duties as assigned
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions;
Perform job duties in severe weather conditions: heat, cold, rain, etc.;
Walk for distances of 100 yards repeatedly and without assistance;
Lift 50 pounds repeatedly and without assistance or equipment;
Sit and drive for longer than 6 hours of time without assistance;
Utilize all material handling equipment without assistance;
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision and ability to adjust focus.
- The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The work environment is usually quiet to moderate.
This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as requested to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.
Environmental Protection Specialist III (Industrial Compliance/Stormwater)
Salary starts at $49,040.00 annually. Rate of pay depends on qualifications.
The Environmental Protection Specialist III applies intermediate knowledge of various water and wastewater principles, practices, and regulations to conduct a range of environmental protection activities, including information collection and analysis, inspection, monitoring, sampling, and public education. S/he conducts inspections, monitors activities, plans, sites for compliance, and compiles various data and information under multiple types of regulatory frameworks. In addition, s/he examines, analyzes, evaluates, and interprets various data and information for inclusion in reports. S/he works under limited supervision/guidance.
Perform field analyses, site inspections, groundwater well inspections, and surveys to determine the extent of compliance/non-compliance with applicable local, state, and federal water quality regulations and permits. Negotiates compliance schedules and activities with the regulated community and follows up on progress. May serve as a team lead and provide functional guidance to other staff, as they perform field analyses, site inspections, groundwater well inspections, and surveys.
Examines, interprets, and manipulates data extracted from field activities to determine regulatory compliance, ambient conditions, trending, and cause and effect relationships between contamination sources and impacts. Supports the development of studies of environmental issues and their effect on system operations, public health, and the environment.
Reviews and evaluates permit applications, pollution control plans, and proposed compliance strategies under multiple regulatory frameworks. Prepares and writes complex, individual permits, environmental assessments, and technical reports; and defends work before regulatory governmental bodies.
Assesses the need for corrective/preventive action. Initiates early stages of corrective action as appropriate, and consults with Supervisor to initiate latter, more advanced stages.
Prepares documentation and recommendations to support the development of environmental technical standards, guidelines, policies, and formal regulations that meet all appropriate regulatory requirements. Provides functional guidance to other staff to familiarize them with these requirements. Assists with implementation of these standards, once adopted.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Bachelor's Degree in Biology, Engineering, Environmental Science, Geology, Chemistry, Geographical Information Systems, or related field from an institution accredited by a nationally recognized accrediting agency.
Two years' experience in natural resource management, urban or environmental planning, regulatory compliance, geographical information systems (GIS) applications or experience inspecting, investigating, or monitoring storm water, pretreatment of wastewater, or related environmental activities to comply with mandated regulations.
Experience in developing and presenting technical material, analyzing and interpreting data, and/or preparing recommendations and technical reports.
Obtain and maintain the following licenses or higher dependent upon division task requirements: Grade "C" Texas Water Works Operator's Certificate of Competency, or obtain within 18 months of appointment; Class II Texas Wastewater Collection System Operator License or higher-level license within 18 months of appointment; Grade "C" Texas Wastewater Operator License or higher-level license within 18 months of appointment; Registered Environmental Manager license within 24 months of appointment.
Valid Class "C" Texas Driver's License consistent with SAWS Driving Policy.
Perform position specific physical testing.
Communicates effectively, verbally and in writing.
Frequent contact with internal and external customers, consultants, vendors, and government agencies.
Has regular, in-person and telephone contact with the public, elected and appointed officials, local commissions, and regulated community representatives to explain environmental rules and laws, answers technical inquiries, responds to complaints, gives presentations, and performs inspections or investigations to gain cooperation in achieving compliance. Often contacts local governments to exchange information and obtain feedback on agency policy and procedures.
Participates in public and industry education by developing and presenting technical material, and communicates scientific and technical information through oral briefings, written documents, or written testimony.
Responds to oil, sewage, and chemical spills and emergency situations requiring containment of the spilled substance to support assessment of the environmental impact and remediation action required.
Proficient in the use of word processing, spreadsheet, database, and presentation software.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS
Physical requirements include lifting/carrying up to 60 pounds occasionally; pushing a maximum force of 100 pounds; pulling a maximum force of 100 pounds. Subject to standing, sitting, walking, climbing, bending, crawling, squatting, kneeling, and working in cramped and strained positions for long periods of time.
Working conditions are both in an office environment and a field environment where there is heavy traffic, construction, rugged terrain, and inclement and hazardous environmental conditions. If a part of the "emergency response team" must be able to complete and maintain the requirements as specified in applicable regulations for Hazardous Materials Emergency Response, including clearance for use of respiratory protection and other associated protective equipment. Also operates a company vehicle on a daily basis.
Buyer & Fleet Services Specialist
Acquires and administers the company's fleet vehicles. Develops and monitors fleet car policies while providing safe transportation in the most cost efficient manner. Travels to locations and determines fleet requirements, fleet policies, and if vehicle maintenance programs are being met (field assessments/inspections).
Provides advice and information to departments with fleet vehicles on procedures and policies related to fleet management. Provides relevant guidance and information on practices, procedures, and policies related to Fleet Management Program Operations.
Completes analysis and recommends solutions on issues such as utilization of fleet and equipment, and problems with equipment. Creates reports or summaries of fleet utilization studies.
Monitors vehicle accidents and repairs. Reports unusual repairs that indicate improper use of unit.
Prepares recommendations for new units, and presents recommendations to the Sr Mgr Supply Chain Execution. Assists with transportation and fleet studies and makes recommendations for improvement. Assists with administration of plans to reduce fuel consumption, mileage, and numbers of vehicles.
Makes recommendations on vehicle replacement needs based upon maintenance costs, age, use, condition, and the needs of the project. Ensures asset is prepared for sale and all associated documents are complete. Makes recommendations on other fleet matters that are covered by instructions and accepted practices.
Advises managers, supervisors, and employees on paperwork requirements and accident reporting.
Advises employees and vendors on maintenance and operation requirements. On an as needed basis and utilizing proper purchasing procedures, makes small purchases locally, including tools, equipment, supplies, and inventory for the maintenance and fleet operation.
Negotiates with vendors, suppliers, and/or distributors on pricing, warranties, service agreements, purchase agreements, vehicle purchases, major repairs, etc, in accordance with purchasing and procurement standards.
Works independently to collect and analyze data and develop reports which are submitted to program managers for approval. Reviews monthly and quarterly reports and transactions. Develops and creates ad hoc reports.
Participates on various committees and in various professional organizations and affiliations associated with fleet management.
This position is salaried exempt status, which means you are not eligible for overtime pay.
High school diploma or GED required.
Bachelor's degree preferred.
5 years of experience with purchasing and/or fleet management required.
Ability and willingness to travel up-to 20% of the time, including overnight trips, required.
Experience in or working with the automotive industry in areas such as financing, depreciation, mechanical issues, and remarketing preferred.
Knowledge of SAP, Project Management & Electronic Tracking System (PMETS), and general information technology preferred.
Position level and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
Valero's employees are the heart of its success, and there is a reason why the company is an employer of choice in the fuels manufacturing and marketing industry. It's not just the excellent benefits package, or the opportunities for personal growth, it's also the caring and committed culture of the organization that makes everyone feel like they're truly part of a team. For more information, visit Valero.com.
Valero is an EEO/AA Employer. All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment without regard to legally protected status including sexual orientation, gender identity, Women, Minorities, Individuals with Disabilities and protected Veterans.
Assistant Field Manager
Responsible for obtaining technical expertise in new home construction to establish a solid foundation and understanding of the basic aspects of construction. Assists more senior Field Managers and/or direct supervisor in performing their
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Complete Division and/or Field Manager orientation, onboarding and training programs (e.g., construction scheduling, job site rules, safety, warranty, SWPPP)
Develop literacy in building codes, construction and technical language, construction materials, construction schedules and construction methodologies and standards
Assist other Field Managers and/or direct supervisor in performing their
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES, including, but not limited to:
Monitoring job sites
Validating schedule progression
Coordinating on-site inspections
Validating first pass yield
Coordinating "punch outs"
MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITIES LEVEL: MENTOR / COACH / FEEDBACK Without Direct Reports
Decision Impact: Division
Department Responsibility: Single
Budgetary Responsibility: No
Direct Reports: No
Indirect Reports: No
Position involves sitting, standing and/or movement, the ability to exert minimal force of up to 50 pounds and occasionally exert up to 80 pounds of minimal force to carry, lift, push, pull and otherwise move objects. Must be able to climb ladders, scaffolding and other means to reach and observe all areas of building
Ability to work in various weather conditions -- heat, rain, cold, etc.
REQUIRED EDUCATION: (degree, licenses, certifications, etc.) Minimum of High School Diploma or equivalent Bachelor's Degree in Construction or Engineering preferred Valid Driver's License because driving is an essential function of this position.
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: (work related, tools/equipment, software, etc.): Some construction experience or equivalent preferred Good verbal and written communications Ability to read blueprints General knowledge of municipal permitting and regulations General knowledge of building codes Basic computer skills Demonstrated commitment to customer satisfaction
Fire Service Technician
What you will do
Service, troubleshoot and program Fire Alarm, CCTV and Card Access systems.
Work with a sense of urgency.
Maintain a professional appearance and demeanor.
Be timely in your attendance at work and for on-call duties.
Perform a wide variety of duties including attending training classes in and out of state when available.
Backup other technicians willing to work overtime to provide same day service for overflow service calls.
Real time dispatching and closing of service calls via laptop and iPhone.
Maintaining an accurate inventory.
Effectively communicate with our customers and provide high quality service.
Perform other duties as directed.
What we look for
Excellent phone skills and strong interaction with customers.
Intermediate computer skills including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
Have a valid driver's license and a driving record that meets company requirements.
Must be able to pass level two background check.
Must be available for overtime including weekends.
Experience in the following systems: Access Control, Fire Alarm, Security, CCTV.
Excellent organizational and time management skills.
Ability to work independently with minimal direction.
Johnson Controls is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. For more information, please view EEO is the Law. If you are an individual with a disability and you require an accommodation during the application process, please visitwww.johnsoncontrols.com/tomorrowneedsyou.
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