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CORR BEHAVIORAL SERVICES DIR
This position is responsible to provide executive leadership and professional expertise for the provision of behavioral health (mental health, chemical dependency and sex offender treatment) services to offenders committed to the Minnesota Commissioner of Corrections.
It provides managerial consultation on correctional behavioral health issues to the Department of Corrections (DOC) executive management and other state agencies, and serves as liaison to the community regarding correctional behavioral health.
This position is responsible for all aspects of clinical design, management and monitoring of services both at the 10 DOC sites and those provided by contract in jails, detention centers, federal facilities and private correctional facilities.
Minimal travel is required.
Work Location: St. Paul
Salary Range: $ 36.83-$ 51.91 hourly, $ 76,901-$ 108,388 annually
Posting Number: 13CORR000279
Employment Condition: Permanent, Full-time
Work Shift: Day Shift
Days of Work: Monday – Friday
Work schedule: 08:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Resumes accepted through Monday, May13, 2013
View the announcement and apply:
Other job opportunities with the DOC: www.careers.state.mn.us
Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
Salary: $27.12 - $40.48 Hourly
$56,416.00 - $84,194.00 Annually
Closing Date/Time:Thu. 05/16/13 4:30 PM Central Time
Location:390 Robert St. N., St. Paul, Minnesota
As an Outreach Coordinator you will work to engage the region's historically underrepresented communities on topics related to Metropolitan Council programs and policies. This position will supplement outreach and engagement activities occurring throughout the Council's multiple operating divisions, ensuring historically underrepresented communities are engaged in a manner that is culturally competent and enhances equity. You will develop and implement events and activities that engage historically underrepresented communities, non-profits, and business organizations with Council decision-making.
Examples of Work:
- Work with constituents and develop strategies to engage historically underrepresented organizations and individuals that are potentially affected by, or that are interested in Council programs, projects, actions, activities and decision-making.
- Plan, develop and implement outreach activities and vehicles that promote education about the Council's role and foster input, collaboration and inclusion in the planning and decision-making process.
- Work with Council Members and staff and others to inform the long-term strategy of the Council in regards to community engagement. Embed best practices and strategies for community engagement into the organizations's standing business practices.
- Consult with, advise and participate with Council staff on development and implementation of project-specific outreach and engagement strategies and vehicles to better bridge gaps between successful community engagement models and traditional public policy outreach efforts.
- Develop culturally competent materials and communications vehicles to ensure clear, effective and consistent communications with historically underrepresented constituencies.
- Actively participate in work related to the Council's equity policy and priorities.
- Integrate and include Council Members and leaders in outreach and engagement activities with historically underrepresented communities, as well as prepare them for their role in the activities.
- Respond knowledgeably to inquiries about the Council.
- Contribute to Council print and on line publications, and as needed for other communication purposes.
- Perform administrative tasks, such as setting up meetings, coordinating schedules, taking notes, maintaining lists, coordinating mailings, etc.
Selection Process: The selection process consists of a review of your education and experience and how it relates to the knowledge, skills and abilities requires for this position. This review is based on your answers to the supplemental questions, a review of your resume, and other application materials you submit. The applications of those who best meet the qualifications will be forwarded to the hiring manager for further consideration.
Based on the review above, candidates chosen to move forward in the selection process may be asked to participate in one or more the following: Skills Assessment, Oral Exam and Selection Interview.
NOTE: Candidates selected to interview will be required to provide samples of their writing and design work.
Conditional Offers: All job offers are contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment background check which includes verification of education, a criminal background check and a pre-employment drug screen.
The Metropolitan Council is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. If you have a disability that requires accommodation during the selection process, please notify human resources at 612-349-7558.
AGENCY SALES SUPPORT
PAMELA J MC CARTHY, AGENT | AMERICAN FAMILY INSURANCE
402 3rd St Ste 101
Farmington, MN 55024
How to Apply
Outstanding sales and relationship skills
Experience in telemarketing or other sales environment with demonstrated persuasion skills
Licenses in property, casualty, health and life (or these must be obtained in order to continue employment with the agency)
Prior insurance experience is not required
Organization, prioritization, and multi-tasking skills
Demonstrated oral and written communication skills
PC skills; experience with Windows-based computer applications a plus
Ability to learn American Family products, services, and computer systems
A minimum of a High School diploma or equivalent
Acceptable driving record
Note: This position offers some reasonable flexibility in work hours.
Agency Sales Support Specialists are hired by Agents to assist in producing appointments, applications and sales through lead generation and follow up. This position lets you get a feel for a career as an Agent without the commitment of owning the business – it is a great opportunity to learn from and work alongside a successful entrepreneur. You’ll receive training and support as you handle a full scope of responsibilities, including customer relations, sales and marketing and agency office operations.
Although each agent has the discretion to determine your appropriate job duties and qualifications, an example of the types of duties and qualifications for the position include:
Sales and Marketing
Coordinate agency prospecting through direct mail, company prospecting programs and Personal Insurance Reviews.
Understand products, procedures and best practices for promoting policy growth and retention
Schedule/confirm appointments for agent
Achieve individual production goals as established by agent
Discuss insurance product offerings with current and potential customers
Maintain high customer service standards to attract and retain customers
Advise customer of claims and billing policies and procedures as needed
Respond to inquiries, issues and complaints
Agency Office Operations
Administer office practices and procedures
Maintain information in the agency’s customer database for future follow up
Manage agency correspondence as required
Continue to maintain and develop knowledge of American Family products and services and support efforts to increase agent business
Education Required: High School Diploma/GED
Special License/Certification Required: Licenses in property, casualty, health and life
Job ID: 7203412
Job Location: UPS
555 Opperman Drive
Eagan, MN 55123
How to Apply: Website: https://upsjobs.com
Job Title: UPS Seasonal/Temporary Tractor-Trailer Driving
Work Type: Work Days: Weekdays, Work Vary: No , Shift: Varies, Hours Per Week: 40, Work Type: Temporary
Experience Required: 24 Months
UPS is an equal opportunity employer. M/F/D/V
UPS is hiring individuals to work as full-time, temporary, seasonal Tractor-Trailer Drivers. This position involves driving a tractor-trailer unit to one or more destinations and then returning to the original domicile during the same work shift. Some work is performed outdoors.
Seasonal Tractor-Trailer Drivers typically work weekdays (Monday through Friday) and are required to meet driver appearance standards. UPS Tractor- Trailer Drivers usually begin work in the evening and finish the following morning.
Applicants must pass a DOT physical and drug test and successfully pass a UPS road test. Qualified applicants must have a valid commercial driver’s license issued in the state that you live with doubles endorsement, accident and moving violation free (including seatbelt violations) within the last 12 months, and not more than a combination of three in the last three years. No alcohol related violations in the last three years.
Tractor-Trailer Drivers are expected to comply with UPS appearance guidelines and wear the company-provided uniform. UPS also requires a copy of your motor vehicle record driver abstract that has been issued within the past 30 days.
Number of Positions:10
UPS - Eagan
555 Opperman Drive
Eagan, MN 55123
Job ID: 7203417
How to Apply:
Job Title: Package Handler
Work Type: Work Days: Weekdays, Work Vary: Yes , Shift: Varies, Hours Per Week: 20, Work Type: Regular
Education Required: High School Diploma/GED
This is a very physical position
Experience Required: 0 Months
In this physical and fast-paced position, package handlers continually lift, lower and slide package between 25 and 70 lbs. Great for college students and parents, part-time employees usually work 3 to 4 hours a day, Monday through Friday. We also offer a variety of shifts throughout the day and evening to help make the world work better for you.
With our unique promote-from-within culture, you’ll always find exciting new opportunities at every level of the organization. From training and education to growth and empowerment, you have the freedom to forge a career path that can take you anywhere you want to go. You’ll even enjoy a wealth of other newsworthy benefits, including:
•Fully paid healthcare (unionized positions)
•Significant employee discount on Verizon Wireless
•Preferred pricing on Dell and Panasonic products
•Access to the Earn & Learn tuition assistance program
Great news for college students and parents—our part-time employees usually work 3 to 4 hours a day, Monday through Friday. And with a variety of shifts throughout the day and evening, it leaves plenty of time in your life to enjoy… well… life!
Hefty benefits for heavy lifting. Being a Package Handler at UPS is all about keeping the process running smooth and on schedule, around the clock. And whether you work full time or part time, you’ll collaborate with a team of hardworking individuals, do what you do best and know your efforts are having an impact on a global scale. In fact, approximately 82% of the UPS workforce is involved in freight and package handling, driving motor vehicles, or both.
425 Portland Ave
Minneapolis, MN 55488
How to Apply:
Job Title: Transportation Supervisor
Work Type: Work Days: Work Vary: Yes , Shift: Third (Night), Hours Per Week: 40, Work Type: Regular
Drug Testing Required: Yes
This position is responsible for leading and supervising night transportation operations during the production of the Newspaper. Ensures routes are dispatched and properly staffed to meet on-time delivery to customers. Leads a staff of 75 employees, including foreman, drivers and loaders. Works closely with other production departments within the company to ensure strict deadlines are achieved. Ensures strict compliance to all DOT regulations keeps daily and weekly labor costs within budget and achieves department metrics. General hours are 11:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m. and will work every weekend with two days off in a row during the week.
Requires previous supervisory and related transportation logistics experience
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Demonstrated skills in proactively solving problems and making decisions
Able to multi-task in a fast paced, pressure/deadline-oriented environment
Knowledge of all DOT regulations
Strong customer service focus
Demonstrated coaching skills and experience providing training and direction to employees
Basic knowledge and usage of personal computers, including Microsoft Office.
Analytical and process improvement skills a plus
Location: Neighborhood House, St Paul
- Work in partnership with Neighborhood House to connect West Side residents to jobs and training opportunities which will increase family self sufficiency.
- Provide job placement, job retention and career advancement services to West Side residents.
- Establish long term and effective relationships with metro area employers to promote the hiring of West Side neighborhood residents.
- Positively represent the agency at community job fairs and other metro-area networking meetings. Inform employers about EAC, MRC and Neighborhood House services.
- Develop strong connections and alliances with potential employers of our participants.
- Facilitate applicant orientations and workshops. Pre screen potential applicants according to employer specifications. Monitor and track hiring all results.
- Serve as a liaison and if necessary provide guidance to employers of new hires.
- Motivate job seekers to improve employment and job readiness skills.
- Arrange for job seekers to participate in informational and mock interviews, company tours, job shadows and employer networking opportunities.
- Maintain current labor market information and regularly communicate to staff and clients.
- Participate in all recommended and required meetings.
- Maintain employer files; submit reporting forms and other data as required by program guidelines.
- Actively participate in Resource Inc.’s Undoing Racism Plan and participate in scheduled staff & agency meetings.
- Travel throughout metro area as needed.
- BS/BA degree required.
- 2 years experience in direct placement, job development, marketing and sales, preferred.
- Knowledge of local labor market.
- Strong verbal and written communication skills.
- Desire to work with persons of diverse cultural, economic & education backgrounds.
- Able to travel independently throughout twin city metro area and possess valid driver’s license and insurance.
- Able to work independently with little supervision, strong time management skills.
- Strong proficiency in MS Office Suite, e-mail and Internet.
- Facilitation and presentation skills and/or experience required.
BENEFITS INCLUDE: 3 weeks vacation, 10 sick, 10 holidays, medical, dental, life and LTD insurance, 401(k).
Email resume to: J. Kizlik, email@example.com. No phone calls, please.
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer www.resource-mn.org
Phillips Sectoral Employment Initiative
AmeriCorps *VISTA Position Description
Host Site: RESOURCE-MRC
Location: 2438 27th Avenue South, Minneapolis and 179 East Robie Street, West St Paul
Supervisor Name: Lena Balk, Training and Assessment Services Manager
Position Title: Healthcare Training Outreach Coordinator
Summary of Position
The VISTA project member will work with MRC, a division of RESOURCE to forward its mission to provide quality educational and employment services into the east metro. The VISTA project member will also work very closely with Neighborhood House located in West St Paul. The program will explore strategies with RESOURCE-MRC to launch the Healthcare Information Technician Training program and provide job placement services at Neighborhood House. The partnerhip will identify existing and needed capacity, leverage partnerships and attain information that will expand training options to a unique community with a large immigrant population.
The VISTA‘s project member will engage in employer development by assessing employer needs to create supported pathways to employment in the healthcare field. The VISTA member will also have the opportunity to engage with other post-secondary institutions to assist with the process of articulation, which will provide college credits to graduates as they transfer to other institutions.
- Develop and strengthen healthcare employer engagement in West St Paul by increasing membership on the RESOURCE-MRC Business Partner Council and identifying job shadow or corporate visit opportunities for program participants.
- To enhance the RESOURCE-MRC Healthcare Information Technician Training program to establish educational and career pathways for low income individuals by assisting in the process of the development of new Minnesota State Colleges and Universities articulation agreements with RESOURCE-MRC.
- Research and Evaluate the Healthcare Information Technician Training program curriculum to increase partipant placements and attain industry recognized credentials.
- Bachelor’s degree or three years of related volunteer/job experience is preferred
- Good oral and written communication skills
- Computer skills
- Good marketing and research skills
- Excellent organizational and time management skills
- Experience with the business community preferred, but not required
- Must be a U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident •Must be 18 years of age or older •Commitment to serving as a VISTA for one full year, starting July 30, 2013 •Please note that final candidates will be required to successfully pass a background check before being officially enrolled by the Corporation for National and Community Service
AmeriCorp *VISTA Benefits
- •Living allowance of approximately $983/month (pre-tax) •Education Award of $5,550 or End-of-Service Award of $1,500 upon completion of full term of service •Federal Student Loan forbearance (if Education award is elected) •Training and professional development •Health coverage •Childcare assistance subsidies (if eligible) •Relocation allowance if moving to a new location in order to serve •Opportunity to be a part of a national service movement and work with other committed VISTAs •Applications accepted on a rolling basis through 6/14/2013
To apply go to: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=40326&fromSearch=true
Job Title: Pallet Builder
Work Type: Work Days: Weekdays, Work Vary: No , Shift: First (Day), Hours Per Week: 40, Work Type: Regular
Job Description: Accurately and in a safe and effective manner perform the production/building of wooden pallets. Must work well with others, be respectful of coworkers, daily work goals and communicate effectively with peers and management. Consistently abide by company policies, following all safety rules and report all accidents and product damage immediately. Ensure that assigned work is completed accurately and promptly. Perform visual checks on product.
Perform other work related duties as requested
Salary Offered: Minimum $10.00 Hourly
Benefits: Holidays, Vacation or PTO
This position start at $10.00 per hour, however you are additionally compensated if daily shift work is completed ahead of schedule but still accurately. Monday - Friday, but you may volunteer to work Saturdays if desirable.
Close Date: 05/19/2013
Job Location: Best Logistics Inc
1325 Eagandale Court
Eagan, MN 55121
How to Apply: Phone: Jim Wennberg
Fax: Jim Wennberg
CHILD DEVELOPMENT SPECIALIST - SUMMER
Program: Recovery Resource Center
Location: 1900 Chicago Avenue
With the supervision of the RRC Children’s & Family Services Coordinator, the Child Development Specialist will provide daily programming and activities to children participating in children’s programming in the RRC child development services Family Development Room
This person will work jointly and be an active team member with the RRC Women’s & Family Program. This person will perform three key roles. 1. She/he is responsible for providing skill building, care, and facilitation of daily schedule and activities in the Family Development Room. 2. She/he is responsible for facilitating/ providing parenting and children’s programming according to identified best practices; and 3. She/ he is responsible for providing quality care and safety of children/ families attending Family Development Room.
NOTE: This position requires the ability to work a flexible schedule to meet the scheduling needs of the RRC Family Development Room. Schedule is subject to change based on program needs and level of participation.
Projected Schedule: Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
NOTE: This is a Temporary Position – June 3, 2013- August 23, 2013.
STARTING SALARY RANGE: $11 - $14/hour; Depending on Qualifications.
HOW TO APPLY: Send/fax/email resume and cover letter or apply in person to: Kristen Bewley, Coordinator, RESOURCE, 1900 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55404-1903 / 612.752.8001 / firstname.lastname@example.org
DEADLINE: Interviews will begin upon receipt of qualified candidates. Open until filled.
We are looking for qualified Retail Sales Representatives! That is Fluent in Spanish speaking. If you are looking to jumpstart a career in a fast paced and challenging environment, this is where you want to be. All benefits start first day of employment (medical, dental, 401k, etc). If you are interested in learning more about this opportunity please apply to our website at http://vz.to/10RcS8U Job# 301212. If you are not looking for a new employment opportunity, please spread the word to anyone who might be looking for a new career!
MOFAS is hiring a training manager.
The job description can be found on the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits using this link:
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF POSITION:
The objective of the Police Cadet Program is to facilitate the entry of qualified candidates for police officer positions into the Police Department and to provide the best possible police service to our very diverse community through the recruitment of persons with exceptional diversity skills, knowledge, and connections. Police cadets are individuals the Police Department has conditionally committed to employ as peace officers as soon as they become qualified for such a position and that Department has an opening it is authorized to fill. The Department assists the cadet in preparing for the pending police officer position by providing a school scholarship for the required pre-service education and by a part time, uniformed, paraprofessional position to orient the cadet to the Department’s mission, policies, procedures, equipment, and methods of providing law enforcement services. In return, the Cadet shares his/her exceptional diversity skills to aid the Department in communicating, resolving conflicts, and better serving a diverse group in the community. Due to the unique nature of this position, it is limited in term and covered by a special, signed agreement. If the cadet becomes unsuitable for promotion to police officer, the cadet will not be retained. Cadets perform an assortment of paraprofessional tasks similar to Community Service Officers, Detention Officers, and other uniformed, non-sworn positions, along with job shadowing, patrol ride-alongs, police training, and other police career preparation activity. Cadets do not have police powers until promoted to a police officer position.
$18.45-18.91 per hour, plus part-time benefit package. Uniforms and equipment provided. College scholarship provided to prepare the Cadet for promotion to a licensed peace officer position.
ANTICIPATED WORK SCHEDULE: Part- time, non-exempt , non-union position with a flexible schedule of 20-30 hours per week to include evening and weekend hours. The Bureau of Mediation Services recently determined that Police Cadets are to be classified as a union position within the Teamsters Police Department Non-Licensed Employees, Local No. 320 bargaining unit. However, that decision is currently “pending” while under appeal to the Minnesota Court of Appeals.
SPECIAL NOTE: Only those applicants who meet all minimum qualifications will be considered further. Additional points are given for each desired qualification met.
Applicants must complete a City of Brooklyn Park Cadet Application form. Applications may be downloaded from the city’s website at www.brooklynpark.org , are available at the Customer Service Center in the lobby of City Hall, 5200 85th Ave. N., Brooklyn Park, or by calling or emailing Rhonda Ambuehl at 763-493-8017; email@example.com.
CLOSING DATE: 5 p.m. May 3, 2013. Applications must be received by this date and time to be considered for future openings.
STARTING DATE: A list is being established with an anticipated hiring date of Fall/Winter 2013.
QUESTIONS: Questions about this unique career opportunity should be referred to Sgt. Mark Bergeron (763-493-8313) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MINNESOTAWORKS.NET HOT JOB! MNWKS ID# 7201555
Intern – Architectural
Job Number: MSP130430
Leo A Daly
Established in 1915, Leo A Daly is an internationally renowned architecture, planning, engineering, interior design and program management firm. Our portfolio includes award-winning projects in 77 countries, all 50 states, and the District of Columbia. The firm currently employs approximately 800 architects, planners, engineers and interior designers in 30 offices worldwide. It consistently ranks in the top largest architecture/engineering and interior design firms in the US, and is listed in BD World Architecture’s top 25 global practices.
This position will collaborate with a multi-disciplined team of Architects and Engineers and be responsible for assisting architectural leadership for multiple projects that may be scheduled concurrently.
Duties and Responsibilities:
• Review and discuss project goals, objectives, design standards and procedures with Project Manager and Project Architect
• Applies principles and techniques of architecture to accomplish goals
• Applies all appropriate techniques, procedures, and criteria in carrying out assignments, maintaining a high level of accuracy, including reviewing architectural documents for areas of conflict with all other disciplines.
• Develop, prepare and review drawings that show details of the structures and specify dimensions and materials, particularly building enclosures.
• Cooperates as an active member of the project team and develops greater understanding of the other disciplines within the office.
• Participates in client and internal meetings and may participate in reviews with various governing agencies for code compliance
• Assist in the preparation of oral and written presentations on the design and production of projects; assist in the presentation and explanation of proposals, reports and findings
• Coordinate information and work as a member of a multi-disciplined team throughout the development and contract document phases of a project
• Performs other duties as assigned or instructed
• Ability to persuasively and visually communicate ideas
• Ability to communicate effectively and tactfully with project personnel
• Ability to work independently and as part of a multi-disciplined team
• Knowledge and proficiency of Microsoft Office applications, Revit and Auto CAD is required.
• Revit experience is mandatory.
• Ability to formulate sound and educated decisions based upon available information; strong self-confidence; strong design skills
• Excellent time management and organization skills
• Ability to be highly creative and bring abstract ideas into design
• Working knowledge of current construction materials and methods
• If not registered, pursues relevant registration in a timely manner
Education and License Requirements:
• Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree from accredited college or university in Architecture
• Professional expertise demonstrated through 3 to 5 years of progressive experience working with various project types
• Architectural Registration not required
• Current affiliation and/or membership of local, state, or national industry organization(s) is a plus
• LEED® Accredited Professional is a plus
We offer competitive salaries and a comprehensive Benefit package.
Apply online at www.leoadaly.com
Leo A Daly is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer - M/F/D/H/V
Join the dozens of people who volunteer every week at Centro. From helping with the seniors to reading to our pre–school children, from tutoring our teens to coaching our adult diploma students, there are many opportunities to help the families at Centro working toward a better future.
Call 612.874.1412 or email email@example.com
Currently looking for several volunteers to help out a couple of hours
a week. You do not have to be bilingual, but it is a plus. If interested, please
send us a message at www.clues.org/contactform_eng.htm
Looking for volunteers to participate in the folliwng committees:
Marketing Committee - To promote the unique character of District del Sol and the West Side neighborhood in order to foster a vibrant and viable business community.
Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Planning Committee - Increase community involvement and pride, bring visibility to the neighborhood and businesses, and support the District del Sol revitalization effort by providing an opportunity for the community to participate in a festival celebrating Mexican/Hispanic culture.
Membership Committee - To grow the REDA membership base and stregthen and develop relationships with West Side businesses through member services and benefits.
There are even more opportunities than this! Please click the link below and fill out the form. A REDA staff will contact you soon! Thanks so much for your interest in volunteering with REDA!
Would you like to become a REDA volunteer? Contact Brian at 651. 222. 6347
Would you like to volunteer at Minnesota's Spiciest Celebration? Click here to apply
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