Wellsburg Job Description Sample
Teller - Wellsburg
Candidate is the initial contact for new and existing clients of the Bank in transacting accounts and uncovering sales opportunities. Accurately accepts and processes all financial transactions.
Acts as a resource in identifying customer servicing issues so that resolution can occur and the customer is retained. Enhances customer relationship with WesBanco by providing distinctive quality service. Looks for sales opportunities by uncovering financial needs and ensuring that the customer is communicated with for possible product opportunities.
CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS:
Willingness to provide a level of service which will clearly differentiate us from our competitors.
Superior sales and persuasion skills and the ability to communicate product information to customers and potential customers.
Willingness to cross-sell the bank's products during transactions.
Professional demeanor in appearance, interpersonal relations, work ethic and attitude.
Possess clear, concise, effective written and oral communication skills to effectively express thoughts, ideas and concepts to bank employees and bank customers.
Must be willing to work as part of a team.
Ability to accurately follow instructions on a variety of subjects.
Must possess a pleasant, outgoing personality and must be personable.
Ability to perform general clerical duties and operate various departmental equipment.
Ability to work under pressure.
Knowledge of US Coin and Currency and the ability to handle large volumes of cash.
Ability to perform basic math skills to accurately perform financial transactions.
Ability to accurately handle detail work.
Ability to meet established referral production goals.
Knowledge and ability to use computer terminal and various software systems.
Banking is a highly regulated industry and you will be expected to acquire and maintain a proficiency in the bank's policies and procedures, and adhere to all laws, rules and regulations that are applicable to your conduct and the work you will be performing. You will also be expected to complete all assigned compliance training in a timely manner.
Must be available to work all hours of operations.
Ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds.
First Year Tax Professional
First Year Tax Professional
Seeking seasonal Tax Preparers who want to grow their career and be a part of our network of expert professionals who enjoy serving clients with diverse tax needs.
We offer competitive pay, flexible schedules, advanced tax training, and career advancement opportunities.
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
Support office priorities through teamwork and collaboration
Required Skills & Experience:
High School Diploma or equivalent
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 Income Tax Course²
Must complete 18-hour continuing education requirement and meet all other IRS and applicable state requirements
Preferred Skills & Experience:
Sales and/or marketing experience
Previous experience in a customer service environment
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.
2 Enrollment in, or completion of the H&R Block Income Tax Course is neither an offer nor a guarantee of employment.
Director, Diversity, Inclusion & Dialogue
Bethany College in West Virginia is deeply committed to hiring and retaining a diverse faculty, building a culturally rich intellectual community, improving the retention and graduation rates of students from underrepresented groups, and promoting dialogues about diversity, inclusion, and representation in our curriculum. Bethany College was recently identified by the Chronicle of Higher Education as the four-year private liberal arts college that increased most in diversity between 2010-2016. With nearly 30% of our student body composed of students of color and more than 40% of our students coming from Pell eligible or first-generation college households, we recognize that Bethany must be proactive in advancing discussions about diversity on our campus. Bethany is proud to be the most diverse institution of higher education in West Virginia and aspires to be a leader in adapting its faculty, curriculum, and college culture to improve outcomes for minority and first-generation students.
We are seeking a Director of Diversity, Inclusion, and Dialogue to play a leading role in our efforts in these fields. The ideal candidate will hold a Doctorate in higher education administration or an academic field offered at Bethany College with focused study and a research agenda that includes issues associated with dialogues of diversity, identity, and inclusion. Candidates with an appropriate Masters degree and/or a Doctorate in process will be considered.
The successful candidate will
Report to the Provost, but will be responsible for interfacing with multiple other offices on campus including the Vice President for Student Life, the Athletic Director, the Dean of Chapel, the Office of the President, and the Board of Trustees.
Advise the President and her Cabinet on issues related to diversity and inclusion.
Create and promote programming designed to cultivate an appreciation of diverse ethnic and cultural heritages with the goal of forming a more inclusive campus environment.
Design, deliver and implement workshops, presentations, and other strategies that promote diversity and inclusion. Conduct and direct diversity training in collaboration with other offices and departments.
Lead efforts to formulate and update institutional policies related to diversity and inclusion as well as policies that contribute to attracting and retaining a diverse staff and faculty.
Serve on search committees for faculty and administrative positions where appropriate to help ensure that posted ads and search processes adequately reach and consider candidates from diverse backgrounds.
Develop and contribute to studies of institutional needs and trends in areas related to student, faculty, and staff diversity, and provide reports on progress in diversifying Bethany College's faculty and staff.
Monitor national, legal, regulatory, political and intellectual trends in diversity in higher education, recommend best practices and emerging trends in the areas of inclusion and engagement, to inform program and policy development.
Work with the Office of Institutional Development and the Director of Government, Foundation, and Academic Grants to identify and develop grant applications to advance diversity related initiatives on campus.
Work with faculty advisors, the staff of the McCann Learning Center, and other appropriate advisors on campus to improve advising practices, particularly for first generation and diverse students.
Develop and maintain appropriate community partnerships with regional arts, culture, and historical institutions that can supplement and advance Bethany's dialogues about diversity and inclusion.
Develop and maintain community partnerships with a diverse group of regional organizations including but not limited to those whose mission focuses on issues of diversity and inclusion.
If the successful candidate has appropriate credentials, they may be asked to teach occasional courses in the candidate's field of training and academic interests.
Candidates should submit a letter of application directly addressing their career goals and aspirations, curriculum vitae, and a 1000-word statement on how they would contribute (1) to a discussion about issues that students of color and first generation college students face on the campus of a private college and (2) to academic advising of such students. These materials, along with contact information for at least three references should be submitted electronically. Questions about this fellowship may be addressed by email address as well. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, but those applying by April 15, 2019 will be assured full consideration.
Additional materials including official transcripts demonstrating progress towards the terminal degree will be requested of final candidates.
Librarian, Learning Resources
The T.W. Phillips Memorial Library at Bethany College seeks a creative, enthusiastic, user focused librarian to join our team. The Learning Resources Librarian coordinates reference and instruction services for the library and oversees a diverse group of archival and special collections.
As a small liberal arts institution, Bethany will provide the candidate with an excellent opportunity to gain experience in multiple areas of librarianship and to fully engage with the campus community. The library team shares responsibility for general library services including circulation, collection development, outreach & marketing, programming, and student employees.
In addition to serving faculty, staff, and students at the College, the library also serves patrons from the local community. Some evening and weekend work is required. This is a full-time, ten-month staff appointment, scheduled over the full calendar year.
Minimum requirements include: a master's degree from an ALA-accredited library school or equivalent post-graduate degree; excellent oral and written communication skills; and a strong commitment to public service.
Preferred qualifications include: academic experience in archives, reference and instruction; proficiency with library resources and tools (databases, LibGuides, social media platforms, digitization); and experience with supervising student employees.
Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Preference will be given to applications received by March 1, 2019.
The start date will be based on the availability of the successful candidate. Applicants should submit a single PDF including a cover letter, resume, and list of references to LibrarySearch@bethanywv.edu.
The Enrollment Counselor reports to the Director of Enrollment. This critical position identifies, follows-up, and corresponds with prospective students interested in attending Bethany College in a specified recruiting territory. Counselors are responsible for meeting individual and overall goals and typically have one or more additional liaison responsibilities such as Music/Theatre liaison, Social Media liaison, etc.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Generation of inquiries, applications, accepted, and deposited students.
Maintain contact with prospective students in a specified territory via email, mail, phone, and text.
Review applications and make recommendation for admission.
Meet goals in each area of prospect generation, applications, accepts, deposits and enrolled.
Meet with prospective students and their families during campus visits.
Attend selected college fairs and schedule high school visits in the fall and spring. (Extensive travel.)
Visit and build relationships with high school guidance departments.
Communication with coaches to support recruitment of athletes in your territory.
Collaborate with administration, faculty, and staff in regard to prospective students as necessary.
Data entry when necessary for territory enrollment files.
Participates in Enrollment Events.
Training: Colleague database usage and analysis of specified territory report and event reports.
Liaison responsibilities as assigned.
Some evenings, travel, occasional weekends for admissions interviews or events.
Additional responsibilities as assigned by the Director.
Scholarship and basic financial aid counseling during campus visits with prospective students/families.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Demonstrate strong verbal and interpersonal communication skills to effectively build relationships with a wide range of constituencies.
Possess strong organizational, planning and time-management skills with the ability to proactively manage multiple projects with tight deadlines.
Also demonstrate a strong attention to detail, as the candidate in this role will work with logistics, and different modes of communication.
A strong customer service focus is essential.
Must possess strong problem solving skills with the ability to be resourceful, proactive and seek assistance as needed.
Must have a working knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook. Sufficient computer experience to demonstrate ability to learn new software/database (Colleague).
Must be flexible and able to take on additional and varied tasks as the need arises. Able to work outside of regular business hours as needed to manage events. Events may be in the evening or on the weekend.
Good listening skills and takes direction well from supervisor
Required Minimum Qualifications
Enrollment or higher education experience preferred.
Valid driver's license and good driving history is required.
Human Resources Director
Bethany College is currently accepting applications and nominations for the position of Director of Human Resources. This position, which reports directly to the College's Chief Financial Officer, will be responsible for all aspects of Human Resources, including but not limited to employee relations, compensation and benefit administration, onboarding, performance management, recruitment, and administering workers' compensation Successful candidate must possess exceptional interpersonal, writing, speaking, analytical and priority-setting skills.
Significant knowledge of federal and state regulations affecting employment is necessary. A demonstrated ability to effectively collaborate with all levels of the organization, while providing creative solutions to enhance and foster positive employee relations is required.
Bachelor's Degree or a minimum of three to five years of progressive human resource experience required. SHRM certification is a plus.
Human Resource experience in higher education is advantageous. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and personnel database entry is necessary for this position.
To apply, send letter of application, resume, and a list of three references to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Biology Professor, Tenure Track
Bethany College invites applications and nominations for as many as two tenure track appointment in Biology to begin in August 2019. We are seeking broadly-based teacher-scholars who bring experience with and teaching/advising interests in the biomedical sciences and/or environmental and sustainability issues. These fields are central to the College's "Bethany Connect" Strategic Vision, and we are seeking innovative and active faculty members who will seize the opportunity to contribute to major institutional initiatives and re-envisioning curricular expectations in engaging ways.
Duties include teaching 24 credit-hours per academic year including introductory biology, courses in the area of expertise and core science courses, professional development/research, working with student research projects, advising students, and serving on various committees. This position requires a Ph.D. in Biology, Environmental Sciences, or other closely related field.
Strong candidates will have demonstrated experience in teaching introductory level Biology courses at an undergraduate level. We are seeking versatile candidates who can offer a wide range of courses, but areas of teaching interest may include genetics, human anatomy and physiology, organismal, environmental geology, ecology, epidemiology, or systems analysis.
Candidates must demonstrate a commitment to liberal arts education and to engaging students in active undergraduate research. Bethany faculty are expected to make contributions to student advising, program assessment, committee service, and student recruitment and retention.
Rank appointment is negotiable and will be commensurate with the candidate's record of scholarship, teaching, and university service.
Candidates should submit a letter of interest, curriculum vitae and teaching philosophy with at least three references electronically to Biology2019@bethanywv.edu. Questions about this position may be addressed to this email address as well. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled, but those applying by February 28, 2019, will be assured full consideration.
Additional materials including official transcripts demonstrating completion of degrees will be requested of final candidates.
To eat. To laugh.
To share. That's why people come to Pizza Hut. It's the calling of our Restaurant General Managers to make them feel like family with smiles, teamwork and dedication.
If you're an experienced restaurant or retail manager, think about a career with Pizza Hut. You know who you are - a natural leader, you love putting together a winning team. You're all about teaching new things and motivating the team to work together.
At Pizza Hut, you can do all that – and more. Here, you will work with smart, experienced, fun people. Expect training and growth.
Plenty of excitement. Unique challenges. And a world of opportunity.
What are we looking for? The good news is that your training will teach you everything you need to know to succeed on the job. But there are a few skills you should have from the get-go:
You have at least 2 years of leadership experience in the restaurant, hospitality or retail industry with responsibility for financial results.
You're all about creating a great place to work for your team.
You want to make your customer's day and it shows in the way you are maniacal about serving amazing pizza with a great big smile.
We have a GREAT culture and look for GREAT people to add to our family. You know who you are --honest, energetic, motivational and fun. You have a vision for the perfect restaurant, and you know how to get your team to bring it to life.
You set high standards for yourself and for your people.
You're up for a challenge. You love the excitement of the restaurant business and know every day is different.
And, you're at least 18 years old with a valid driver's license, reliable transportation (not public transportation – you may need to drive to make deposits for the restaurant sometimes) and a true desire to learn and grow.
Keep in mind, this is just basic information. You'll find out more after you apply. And independently-owned franchised or licensed locations may have different requirements.
Project Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the program in accordance with contract and corporate requirements.
Act as a liaison with government as necessary to promote contract operational efficiency.
Coordinate shared resources and third parties/vendors for the flawless execution of task orders.
Ensure that all delivery orders are delivered on-time, within scope and within budget.
Respond to client-identified performance concerns.
Ensure monthly reports are generated and submitted in a timely manner as defined in the SOW/PWS.
Ensure custom/specific reports generated and submitted as requested by the Contracting Officer's Representative (COR).
Perform risk management to minimize program risks.
Report and escalate all operational, administrative, and logistics issues to the Program Manger or upper management as needed.
Oversee and manage key vendors and subcontractors.
Must comply with all applicable Federal, State and local laws, executive orders, rules and regulations applicable to performance under managed contracts.
Must comply with FDA/501K requirements on applicable contracts.
Must maintain project compliance with the Ohio Board of Pharmacy.
Bachelor's Degree in Management, or other Business related field, Mathematics, or Engineering strongly preferred. In lieu of degree, relevant work experience may be substituted on a year for year basis.
Minimum of ten years management experience.
Demonstrated experience working closely with Government employees and other Contactors.
Capable of establishing mission-oriented teams in a short notice.
Familiar with OSHA requirements.
Must possess the skills necessary to be designated as the Project Manager by the Company in writing to the Primary Contracting Officer and the Contracting Officer's Representative.
Flexibility in scheduling work hours and available for travel is required.
Must obtain and maintain a valid driver's license, and be insurable by the company's insurance carrier.
Must pass Drug and Background check.
Directly supervise and mentor all assembly and inspection project personnel.
Position consists of sitting for long periods of time, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, and lifting boxes weighing up to 50 pounds. Frequently uses hands/fingers for handling, to work with such hand tools as wrenches, screwdrivers, wire cutters, pliers, and soldering irons. Seeing up close. It is Katmai Government Services, LLC's business philosophy and practice to provide reasonable accommodations, according to applicable state and federal laws, to all qualified individuals with physical or mental disabilities.
Long work hours as needed by project demand.
40 hours per week. May be required to work additional hours as needed to complete assignment or project.
To be considered for this position, all applicants must apply on the company website, http://www.katmaicorp.com/careers.We are a VEVRAA Federal ContractorWe are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Preference will be given to Ouzinkie Shareholders, Spouses of Shareholders, and Descendants of Shareholders in accordance with Title 43 U.S. Code 1626(g) and Title 42 U.S. Code 2003 - 2(i).
Executive Order 11246, as amended, protects applicants and employees from discrimination based on inquiring about, disclosing, or discussing their compensation or the compensation of other applicants or employees.
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Mission Services - Seasonal Job Coach (Wintersville)
Goodwill Industries is known for operating retail stores. Did you know that we also offer a wide variety of training programs?
We are currently seeking a seasonal Job Coach to join our team at our Wintersville, OH location. Our Job Coaches assume primary responsibility for the individual from the intake through goal planning to discharge and follow-up in any programs and services area. Our job coaches work with participants at job site teaching specific job skills, job safety and the appropriate work behaviors to be successful at the job assignment.
Schedule and provide eligibility and orientation sessions as required based on the participant's program requirements.
Provide soft-skills training in the classroom setting as required based on the participant's program requirements.
Provide the participants with guidance, direction, and advice consistent with the individual's program goals and vocational objectives.
Assess the participants work skills and abilities, record information and complete required documentation.
Assist with the placement of participants at community jobsites.
Develop and implement an individualized program plan within established guidelines.
Assist, encourage, and support the individual in the development of appropriate work behaviors and attitudes, foster vocational exploration, and present strategies for behavior modification consistent with known employer expectations.
Meet with participants individually to review performance in relation to program plan, assess progress and revise plan as necessary.
Coordinate all work activities, as assigned.
Conduct regularly scheduled meetings and maintain communication for all program participants.
Identify participant needs best met by other community resources and make appropriate referrals.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Experience working with persons with diverse backgrounds, individuals with disabilities, or individuals with other barriers to employment, preferred.
Ability to communicate effectively, both verbal and written, with program participants and families, colleagues, community partners, and community employers.
Ability to work with others in an effective manner, earning their trust and confidence, enabling them to share their feelings to facilitate successful participation in programming.
Ability to clearly document program activities via case notes, written reports, and other written or electronic media.
Ability to perform computer functions, including the use of the internet, Microsoft Office, smart phones, and other productivity tools. Ability to learn agency client database management system.
Organizational and time management skills
Detail oriented, ability to gather and record data efficiently and accurately.
EDUCATION: High School Diploma or equivalent required. Pursuing a post-secondary degree in education, rehabilitation counseling, psychology, social work, or related field.
CERTIFICATION: Must have valid driver's license and automotive insurance. Must regularly provide the agency with proof of valid auto insurance. Certification in First Aid and CPR is required. Ability to complete State of Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities provider training and other required trainings.
WORK CONDITIONS: Works a flexible and varying schedule that may include nights or weekends as determined by the needs of the individual served. Ability to handle a variety of tasks that change often. Ability to work independently with moderate supervision. Travel is required within communities served and may include transporting the individual served as necessary. Must be able to perform physical requirements of the position, including, but not limited to inside, sedentary work. Frequent forward, horizontal reach at desk. Occasional standing, walking up to 60 feet, stair climbing, stooping, bending; push/pull up to 10 pounds. Infrequent crouching/squatting. Working conditions will vary according to each participants work site. Standing, lifting, stooping, twisting, and hand/arm manipulation may occur at any given job site.
EQUIPMENT: General office equipment, computer, phone systems, adaptive equipment. May utilize other equipment such as floor machine, pallet jack, tow motor, based on the needs of the individual served.
Background checks, including FBI and BCII, will be performed.
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