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Part Time Event Specialist
Part Time Event Specialist
Are you outgoing and enjoy interacting with people? If promoting brand awareness through product demonstration sounds appealing, then our Part Time Job is the right fit for you! We are looking for Brand Ambassadors to engage customers by promoting products to increase sales. If you have experience in food services, retail, and/or customer service or simply enjoy interacting with people, then we want to hear from you!
Things to consider:
Entry level position
Events are typically 6 hours taking place at various times from Thursday - Sunday
Average employee works 2-3 shifts per week, dependent on Event availability
Based on location, there may be availability for extra shifts throughout the week
Competitive pay rates
Take this opportunity to join North America's leading business solutions provider and build your career working with amazing people in a growing industry! Apply today!
What We Offer:
Part Time Benefits (Dental and Vision)
401(K) with company match
Paid Training and ongoing career development
What You'll Do:
Interact in a friendly, enthusiastic, and outgoing manner with management and customers
Generate brand awareness and positive product impressions to increase sales
Assess customers' needs and interests to best recommend products
Set up, break down, product preparation and sampling during in-store demonstrations
Timely completion of all call reports, paperwork, and on-going training
High School Diploma preferred or equivalent job-related experience
Sales and/or customer service experience preferred
Daily Internet/email access and/or smartphone required
Stand comfortably for up to 6 hours a day
Gunbarn Dept Manager
Job Title: Department Manager
Reports To: Assistant Store Manager
Job Location: Store Location
FLSA Status: Hourly Non-Exempt
Department Managers execute the inventory maintenance (scanning outs), merchandising, pricing, stocking, and zoning strategies and practices for their department. They initiate outstanding sales and service, maintain exceptional store safety, appearance, and cleanliness. They assist customers with purchasing decisions, locating merchandise, and price questions. This position is also required to help with carry-outs and load-outs. This position requires strong leadership skills and the ability to motivate associates.
JOB DUTIES AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Merchandise, stock, and assemble merchandise when required
Ensure quality customer service and staff supervision and training
Be familiar with standard concepts and practices within the retail environment
Train floater and associates working in your area with store standards, pricing integrity and product knowledge
Assist customers with purchasing decisions and load-outs
Keep the department organized – including recovery & safety
Develop product knowledge
Scan out, lows and overs weekly or as needed
Set POG neat, clean and orderly.
Ensure Price Busters, Advertised, and Best Value items are signed correctly
Perform cycle counts
Use general office equipment such as telephone, copy machine, fax machine, calculator, computer.
Operate Telxon gun, forklift, pallet jack, ladder, and other retail equipment.
May be required to cross train and perform other duties
1+ years management experience preferred, with knowledge of specific department.
Strong communications (written, oral and interpersonal skills)
Ability to interact with the team in a fast-paced environment, remaining flexible, proactive, resourceful and efficient.
Ability to multi-task and coordinate, analyze, observe, make decisions, and meet deadlines in a detail-oriented manner.
Ability to work independently without supervision.
Flexibility with hours: ability to work a 40-hour workweek with varied hours, days, night, and weekends as business dictates.
Ability to access and use the in-store computer, scanning system, and wireless handheld unit
Ability to participate in our online applicant and new hire on-boarding process remotely
Ability to complete computer-based training
- Direct store associates in assigned department
Good visual acuity
Ability to lift, push, and/or pull a minimum of 30 pounds repetitively and 31-50 pounds intermittently
Ability to stand and/or walk for long periods of time
Ability to use a ladder and/or pallet jack
Close vision for computer work
Repetitive wrist movements on keyboard
Ability to walk up and down stairs multiple times per day
Ability to verbally communicate effectively and professionally with all audiences (in-person or via handheld transceiver)
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential job functions.
Stewards Vista: Coalition For The Poudre River Watershed
CPRW's mission is to improve & maintain the ecological health of the Poudre River watershed through community collaboration. We are a young organization, but our programs have been growing rapidly.
We are recruiting a VISTA to help us empower & engage landowners throughout our watershed. This project will empower landowners to understand their role in reducing negative impacts of catastrophic wildfires & floods. This project will engage communities that depend on the Poudre River's water for drinking, recreating, agriculture, & other industrial activities.
The VISTA will conduct outreach around wildfire related issues & river resiliency issues, organizing community meetings, tours and training opportunities. The VISTA will play a central role in is helping us with CPRW's rapidly growing community engagement efforts. Some of these tasks will include organizing and developing content for our wildfire, forest, and river resilience social media, organizing watershed and wildfire mitigation project tours for local landowners and other stakeholders (local political leaders, breweries, decision makers, residents), and organizing local community meetings.
The goal for some of the community meetings is to host community planning opportunities, where local community members can provide input and their thoughts on restoration treatment design & needs in their neighborhoods. For each of these events, we will be specifically targeting the involvement of local community members. This will be a challenging & fun opportunity for someone who loves working with people while protecting the environment, enjoys community organizing, & has strong verbal & written communication skills.
We are offering multiple avenues for leadership & skill development. We also regularly work with local, state, & federal agencies and non-profits, offering the VISTA member excellent professional networking opportunities. No previous knowledge about forests, wildfires, or rivers is necessary.
Car recommended , Permits attendance at school during off hours . Service Areas :
Community Outreach , Public Safety , Environment , Disaster Relief . Skills :
Fund raising/Grant Writing , General Skills , Communications , Disaster Services , Environment , Writing/Editing , Community Organization , Non-Profit Management , Leadership , Team Work , Public Speaking , GIS .
Stewards Vista: Friends Of The Heinz Refuge
The Friends of the Heinz Refuge is a non-profit environmental organization that provides support to the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge, the first urban refuge in the country, and its community. The Friends all volunteer board identifies and secures funding for the refuge, organize and host programs, manage a nature store on the grounds, and help elsewhere as needed in the community and in Fish and Wildlife activities.
The Stewards Vista will provide support on all these items and new initiatives to increase the capacity of the Friends of Heinz Refuge. By increasing the capacity, the Friends provide community assistance and outreach in the Eastwick Philadelphia and Delaware county communities in the region, and ultimately hire someone that can provide these services. A key component of the community assistance and outreach is empowering the community through equitable and sustainable development and preservation as appropriate of lands surrounding the refuge boundaries.
Car recommended , Prohibits paid work outside of the sponsoring agency at any time , Uniforms provided and required . Service Areas :
Community Outreach , Environment . Skills :
Environment , Writing/Editing , Communications , Non-Profit Management , Community Organization , Fund raising/Grant Writing .
Stewards Vista: Colorado Trout Unlimited
Colorado TU's STREAM of Engagement program aims to engage the next generation in conservation, and to extend STEM learning and outdoor experiences to underserved and minority youth in communities where Colorado TU chapters can help deliver youth programs. We will provide opportunities for youth to benefit from healthy outdoor activity and to improve their economic prospects through development of skills and interest in STEM fields, as well as improving connection and commitment to the health of their home watersheds, which are essential to the community's well-being and economy.
The VISTA will help link communities of need with the resources and volunteer capacity of Colorado TU's 24 chapters to provide educational programming to under served youth. The program will focus on building sustainable capacity to deliver effective and compelling programs to youth in communities that can be served through TU chapters and local partners. Efforts will include outreach and development of new partnerships with community groups, securing needed funds and resources, recruitment and cultivation of volunteers, development of curricular and other support materials, and organizing training for volunteers. TU youth programs that can be incorporated and used in these efforts include Stream Explorers; Trout in the Classroom (students raise fish from eggs to fry ready for stocking over the course of their school year); National Fishing in Schools Program (introducing youth to fly fishing as a healthful outdoor activity through in-school physical education program); RiverWatch (engaging science students with real-world water quality monitoring on waters near their school); youth camp (intensive week-long program for kids age 14-18 to experience watershed science and fly fishing); STREAM Girls (engaging Girl Scouts with watershed science and angling); and TU Teens (extracurricular after school program with angling and watershed science/conservation).
Car recommended , Permits working at another job during off hours , Permits attendance at school during off hours . Service Areas :
Environment , Education , Children/Youth , Community Outreach . Skills :
Environment , Non-Profit Management , Recruitment , Teaching/Tutoring , Education , Writing/Editing , Youth Development , Fly Fishing Experience , Leadership , Community Organization , General Skills , Communications , Team Work , Fund raising/Grant Writing .
Stewards Vista: Friends Of KAG - Stewardship
Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens is national park site featuring historic ponds filled with lotus, water lilies and wild habitat, offering a unique respite in our capital city. Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens (FOKAG) is dedicated to ensuring the Gardens are well-maintained, well-enjoyed, and welcoming for neighbors and visitors.
We do this by connecting people to the Gardens through stewardship, public engagement, and educational programs in cooperation with the National Park Service (NPS). The neighborhoods surrounding the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens have been systemically harmed and overlooked for decades, leaving residents with few avenues for economic, professional, or personal mobility. Neighbors however have long desired for the Gardens to play a larger role in improving their quality of life. FOKAG and NPS have initiated some critical volunteer and educational programming for the Gardens' neighbors in recent years.
Volunteers have put on waders and cleaned and planted lily and lotus ponds; rebuilt pond dikes and planted banks with native plants; removed thousands of bags of invasive plants and trash; repaired trails and roads; and maintained the park's garden beds – all while having a good time. We have made some significant inroads and now, together with you, as a Stewards VISTAs, we seek a re-envisioned Gardens where neighbors view the park as part of their community, and are compelled to care for and advocate on its behalf. The Gardens, like all national parks, suffers from a maintenance back-log and requires additional help from volunteers, as well as financial investment to public access and infrastructure.
We need you to help strengthen and support the Gardens and surrounding communities by creating rich partnerships that bring volunteer services and resources to the park. This position is ideal for self-starters and fast learners who well in a team environment and on their own.
Permits attendance at school during off hours , Permits working at another job during off hours , Uniforms provided and required , Car recommended . Service Areas :
Community Outreach , Environment , Community and Economic Development , Education , Neighborhood Revitalization . Skills :
Environment , Writing/Editing , Fund raising/Grant Writing , Public Speaking , Leadership , Team Work , Recruitment , Urban Planning , Landscaping/gardening , Community Organization , Business/Entrepreneur .
Stewards Vista: NYC H20
NYC H2O offers Water Ecology & Engineering Field Trips to engage urban students in STEM-centered learning about New York City's water supply, infrastructure, and ecology. Providing free access to natural settings and historic sites in educational, active, and innovative ways, NYC H2O field trips foster understanding of natural history, engineering, and science while encouraging young people to become active and responsible stewards through learning about the need to maintain a clean, reliable water system in times of increasing demand and resource scarcity.
The field trip program reaches under served public schools in neighborhoods that are racially and ethnically diverse. Most students have not had the opportunity to participate in a STEM field trip and live in under served areas. Our program helps to remedy these challenges while also overcoming the barriers affecting water ecology and environmental justice issues, such as low student engagement in civics, science, and nature and limited physical activity for youth in school settings.
Our goal is to foster a new generation of concerned and active urban environmental advocates and water stewards who safeguard water as a scarce, precious resource. More recently, NYC H2O has also been dedicated to advocating for resiliency and sustainability planning at the Ridgewood Reservoir in the hopes of building an interpretive nature center to improve public access and environmental education opportunities at this historic site. We are engaging stakeholders from the Reservoir's surrounding communities of Brooklyn and Queens to guide the vision plan for this nature center. The ongoing reclamation of the Ridgewood Reservoir is a valuable model for the future ecological revival, restoration, and stewardship of the primarily Black and Latino Cypress Hills and East New York communities and offers rich possibilities for nature-based education as well as urban recreation.
Permits attendance at school during off hours . Service Areas :
Children/Youth , Health , Education , Community and Economic Development , Community Outreach , Environment . Skills :
Recruitment , Leadership , Fund raising/Grant Writing , Team Work , Writing/Editing , Community Organization , Environment , Communications , Local Government , Non-Profit Management , Youth Development .
Site Supervisor - Macarthur Wind Farm
Site Supervisor - Macarthur Wind Farm
AU, Macarthur | Skilled Worker / Semi-Skilled Worker | Full-Time | ID: 3561
Vestas offers you challenging career opportunities within a global organisation. As the world's leading supplier of wind power solutions, we have delivered more than 94 GW wind turbines in over 79 countries. Over 24,300 employees are eager to welcome new, dedicated colleagues on our journey to a more sustainable future. Would you like to join us?
As Site Supervisor of the Macarthur Wind Farm you will be responsible for overseeing the operation and maintenance of Australia's largest wind farm totalling 140 Wind Turbine Generators (WTG's).
Service Operations > Service AUNZ > ANZ Region 4 > Macarthur Wind Farm
Daily site reporting to the Area Service Manager
Management of general daily on-site issues, reporting and site work deliverables
Management of and co-ordination with on-site personnel (Service Technicians) to ensure all work is performed timely, efficiently, and safely
Liaison and co-ordination with on-site employer representatives and Subcontractors
Present the Site Induction to all Vestas on-site personnel, subcontractors and visitors
Ensuring Quality, OH&S and Environmental requirements (including reporting and record keeping) for the site are being maintained and complied with by onsite personnel and subcontractors
Attending site meetings with client
Conduct daily toolbox meetings and daily work team briefings, manage daily task management board
Review and approve time sheets, expense reports, leave requests, overtime requests and travel requests
- Relevant Engineering or Trade background essential (Mechanical or Electrical)
- Familiarisation of HV operations (desirable but not essential)
- Full, clean Australian driving license
Experience in supervising, leading team members for planning and management of a site
Experience in managing teams in a supervisory position (10 direct reports)
Experience in long and short term planning of works on a busy site
Experience of maintenance operations, leading by example and 5S/LEAN principles (6Sigma an advantage)
What we offer
A workplace that focuses on safety
An opportunity to work with the world leader in wind energy
The opportunity to further develop your skills and professional development
Global career progression prospects
Primary work location: Macarthur, VIC, Australia, 5 days a week
Flexibility to work overtime as required
You must have the right to live and work in this location to
Start OTR & Switch TO Dedicated / Cdl-A Truck Drivers Needed
WE ARE HIRING 3 MONTHS OR MORE EXPERIENCED TRUCK DRIVERS IN YOUR AREA.
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Drivers Class A CDL Independent Contractor Flatbed Specialized
Class A CDL Drivers: Independent Contractor - Flatbed Specialized
Being your own boss really pays off at ATS!
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We've got the top quality freight to take you where you want to be. Choose the truck division that best suits you and we'll keep you earning and satisfied. Whether you prefer a regional, dedicated or over the road, ATS offers independent contractors top pay — $180,000 annual gross average.
Advantages for ATS Independent Contractors
$180,000 annual gross average
Sign-on bonus up to: $3,000 van; $5,000 flatbed; $10,000 heavy haul
Guaranteed pay on fuel surcharge collected
You choose your loads
Guaranteed pay program
Plate and permits paid by company
Pull company trailers at no charge
Fuel/mileage tax reporting
Fleet rates on insurance
Trip-Pac $13.00 a month
Mobile communications installed free
Weekly meetings with ownership
Medical, dental and life insurance available
Minimum of eight months recent verifiable OTR experience in the last 24 months OR 12 months verifiable OTR experience in the last 36 months
Class A CDL
Meets DOT requirements with two or less moving violations in the past three years
Two or fewer preventable accidents in the past three years
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