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  • Arts/Entertainment/Publishing

    Position:
    Media Production Fellow
    Company: Impact America- Impact Alabama
    Job Description:

    The story of Alabama is a rich heritage of struggle and progress. Our state has confronted history’s most pressing social and political conflicts and cultivated some of its most distinguished leaders. Emerging economic development and rich intellectual resources confirm the state’s potential, yet great inequity remains. Alabama continues to be one of the poorest states in the country. However, building upon and deeply influenced by the legacies of Alabama’s past, the story of Alabama can and will be one of hope and progress for each of its children. Help us tell this story.

    Summary of Position:

    The Media Production Fellowship at Impact America – Alabama is available to creative and self-motivated individuals with training in documentary/nonfiction filmmaking who are looking for an opportunity to gain experience in visual storytelling and media production for a statewide nonprofit.

    The Fellowship is currently offered to one recent college graduate for a year-long position based in Birmingham, Alabama, with the opportunity to travel and work on projects across Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, and northern Florida.

    The Fellowship offers the opportunity to build a portfolio of short-format nonfiction and documentary style films and to develop storytelling skills both to educate and promote social causes. Working with hard deadlines, at a fast pace, on multiple simultaneous projects, the Media Fellow will help develop and fulfill Impact America’s yearly media production strategy.

    If you are graduating film school, passionate about social causes and the power of documentary filmmaking, and looking for engaging creative work, the Media Production Fellowship might be perfect for you.

    Qualifications: Successful candidates will possess training and experience in documentary/nonfiction storytelling, the ability to use professional film/photography equipment and editing software (Adobe Premiere, Bridge, and Photoshop), attention to detail, a desire to tell positive stories of families living near the poverty line, leadership skills, flexibility in a fast-paced environment, creativity, and a positive attitude.
    Salary: $18,445
    How to Apply: If interested, please contact Stephen Black at recruiting@impactamerica.com or 205-934-0664.

    Date Posted:

     

    7/14/17

     

    Position: General Assignment Reporter
    Company: ABC 33/40
    Job Description:

    Make your mark in Broadcasting and Digital Media. Sinclair Broadcast Group and Sinclair Digital Solutions are dedicated to making Sinclair a communications powerhouse! We are the largest and most diversified television broadcasting company in the country. Sinclair owns and operates, programs or provides services to more television stations than anyone and has affiliations with all major networks. Sinclair Digital group is focused on bringing the most engaging content to web, mobile and over-the-top broadcasting to audiences all over the country! Our success is the result of extraordinary employees and an exemplary management team who believe in a vision and are dedicated ensuring a great future for our employees.  Whether you are an industry veteran or a just starting out, you can find it at Sinclair! We are advancing the world of Broadcasting and we want YOU to join our winning team!

    ABC 33/40 is looking for a take-charge reporter to help us continue to grow our newscasts.

    We are seeking a motivated, energetic, creative, and aggressive reporter who can think and perform outside the box. The candidate should be able to develop story ideas and gather information for newscasts, have sound writing skills, a great work ethic, and a can-do attitude. The best person for this job will have excellent live shot skills and thrives on breaking stories.

    Qualifications:

    ·Proven knowledge and experience working with current media creation tools and contemporary newsroom systems

    ·Strong writing and copy editing skills are a must

    · At 8 years of experience as a reporter is required

    ·Must be able to work well under deadline pressure

    How to Apply: Please apply online by going to: http://sbgi.net/sbgi-careers/
    Date Posted: 6/22/17
  • Banking/Finance

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  • Business Management

    Position: Outside Sales Representative
    Company: LogoNation powered by HALO
    Job Description: Outside Sales Representative Job Duties:
    As an Outside Sales Representative for LogoNation powered by HALO, you will:
    • Establish donation points at local organizations
    • Conduct in person business to business sales presentations
    • Close the sale of CommuniTee ad space to local businesses
    • Build and maintain good customer relationships
    • Meet monthly sales quotas
    • Submit regular reports and communicate with your manager
    • Daily commute into local towns
    • Deliver free T-shirts back to each participating businessAs an Outside Sales Representative, your territory is a radius up to 120 miles and your daily commute is typically around 45 minutes to an hour with no overnight travel involved. You will meet with town organizations and local business owners to learn about each town and develop a CommuniTee representing and promoting what is unique and special about each town.Pay and Benefits:
    • Excellent Training (In-field)
    • Fast Career Advancement (with our Career Growth Program)
    • Monthly car & cell phone allowances
    • Group Health Insurance
    • Base Salary
    • Outstanding commission plan (uncapped commissions)
    • Monthly and weekly fun incentive programs
    • 100% gas reimbursement from day 1
    • Fuel card after 90 days
    • Free AAA Membership (offering roadside assistance)
    • Paid holidays
    • Accrued time off program
    • 401(K) retirement plan (with company match)
    • Excellent communication and in field management support
    Qualifications: Job Requirements
    • Bachelor’s degree (Marketing, Communications or Business preferred)
    • Experience in outside sales or with the public is a plus – however, entry level job seekers with a track record of success are encouraged to apply
    • Reliable transportationAdditionally, self-motivated people who have the determination to overcome obstacles and persevere despite challenges, such as weather, traffic, and rejection are the most successful in this position.
    Salary: $40,000- $100,000
    How to Apply: To apply, please email your resume to: hr@logonation.com
    Date Posted: 6/22/17

     

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  • Nonprofit

    Position: FocusFirst Coordinator-Impact Alabama
    Company: Impact America-Impact Alabama
    Job Description:

    FocusFirst Coordinators create and implement a comprehensive schedule for Impact America team members to conduct free vision screenings and implement many of the logistical details for the program. The Coordinators work closely with Impact America program staff, FocusFirst National Directors, and community partners to create a strategic plan for annual vision screenings, ensuring program targets are met efficiently and effectively.

    The FocusFirst Coordinators work with Head Start, Pre-K, and daycare administrators to provide information regarding the program, develop a master calendar for vision screenings, and inform staff of the benefits of early detection and referral for vision problems. Screenings take place during the academic year between August and May, and subsidized follow-up care is provided by local eye care providers in coordination with Sight Savers America.

    In collaboration with Impact America’s Volunteer Coordinator, FocusFirst Coordinators work with college administrators and professors to recruit and train volunteers from partnering campuses. After attending a short training session, student volunteers participate in direct service by conducting high-tech vision screenings under the supervision of Impact America Corps Members. FocusFirst Coordinators also recruit and train work study students from partnering campuses. Even when students are not available, Impact America’s team of AmeriCorps members is in the field every day conducting vision screenings.

    Upon completion of screenings, FocusFirst Coordinators ensure that the results of the screening are organized and processed before returning the results to the child care center. Coordinators conduct both qualitative and quantitative evaluations of each screening with an emphasis on the quality of the screenings, the number of children screened, the number that failed each screening, and specific reasons for failure. Coordinators will also communicate with Sight Savers America, the organization that coordinates follow-up care, to ensure that the children that failed the screening receive comprehensive follow-up care, as necessary.

    Positions are currently available in Birmingham, AL; Memphis, TN; Greenville, SC; and Tallahassee, FL.

    Qualifications:

    Eligibility Requirements:

    ·Documentation of status as a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, or lawful permanent resident alien (AmeriCorps eligibility requirement)

    ·Completion of a college degree (exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis with prior approval)

    ·Submit to a criminal background check, including an FBI check, NSOPW check, a statewide check in the applicant’s state of residence at the time of application, a statewide check in applicant’s state of service (if different than state of residence)

    ·At least 18 years of age

    Salary: $18,445
    How to Apply: If interested, please contact Stephen Black at recruiting@impactamerica.com or 205-934-0664.
    Date Posted: 7/14/17
    Position: AmeriCorps Member
    Company: Impact America-Impact Alabama
    Job Description:

    Individuals who serve as a Corps Member with Impact America spend a term of service after graduation at a nationally recognized organization working to mitigate the effects of poverty, while also gaining professional experience and a broadened perspective. Corps Members execute SaveFirst and FocusFirst as well as recruit and manage the service of college students as they participate in those initiatives. Corps Members are in the community every day, collaborating with community partners and interacting with a diverse group of people, ranging from preschoolers to college students to working parents. The following provides a general idea of what service with each initiative entails:

    SaveFirst: Obtain certification as an Advanced Volunteer Tax Preparer. Conduct tax trainings to prepare college students on tax law. Manage students’ service at community-based sites. Review and electronically file tax returns. Communicate with taxpayers to ensure they understand the components of their tax returns and remain in federal and state tax law compliance.

    FocusFirst: Receive training to operate the Spot digital screening camera. Develop relationships with childcare administrators. Conduct vision screenings at Head Start and daycare centers. Process results of screenings and organize data to be distributed back to childcare centers in order to ensure that follow-up care is provided for all children who need it. Lead groups of college students on vision screenings.

    Qualifications: Successful candidates will exhibit a commitment to improving the lives of economically disadvantaged families, a record of community service and/or civic engagement, leadership skills, the ability to work well with a diverse group of individuals (e.g., college students, children, community partners), flexibility in a fast-paced environment, and a positive attitude.
    Salary: $18,445
    How to Apply: If interested, please contact Stephen Black at recruiting@impactamerica.com or 205-934-0664.
    Date Posted: 7/14/17
    Position: Media Production Fellow
    Company: Impact America- Impact Alabama
    Job Description:

    The story of Alabama is a rich heritage of struggle and progress. Our state has confronted history’s most pressing social and political conflicts and cultivated some of its most distinguished leaders. Emerging economic development and rich intellectual resources confirm the state’s potential, yet great inequity remains. Alabama continues to be one of the poorest states in the country. However, building upon and deeply influenced by the legacies of Alabama’s past, the story of Alabama can and will be one of hope and progress for each of its children. Help us tell this story.

    Summary of Position:

    The Media Production Fellowship at Impact America – Alabama is available to creative and self-motivated individuals with training in documentary/nonfiction filmmaking who are looking for an opportunity to gain experience in visual storytelling and media production for a statewide nonprofit.

    The Fellowship is currently offered to one recent college graduate for a year-long position based in Birmingham, Alabama, with the opportunity to travel and work on projects across Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, and northern Florida.

    The Fellowship offers the opportunity to build a portfolio of short-format nonfiction and documentary style films and to develop storytelling skills both to educate and promote social causes. Working with hard deadlines, at a fast pace, on multiple simultaneous projects, the Media Fellow will help develop and fulfill Impact America’s yearly media production strategy.

    If you are graduating film school, passionate about social causes and the power of documentary filmmaking, and looking for engaging creative work, the Media Production Fellowship might be perfect for you.

    Qualifications: Successful candidates will possess training and experience in documentary/nonfiction storytelling, the ability to use professional film/photography equipment and editing software (Adobe Premiere, Bridge, and Photoshop), attention to detail, a desire to tell positive stories of families living near the poverty line, leadership skills, flexibility in a fast-paced environment, creativity, and a positive attitude.
    Salary: $18,445
    How to Apply: If interested, please contact Stephen Black at recruiting@impactamerica.com or 205-934-0664.
    Date Posted: 7/14/17
    Position: DeltaCorps Member
    Company: Impact America
    Job Description:

    Individuals who serve as a DeltaCorps Member with Impact America spend a year of service after graduation at a nationally recognized organization working to mitigate the effects of poverty, while also gaining professional experience and a broadened perspective. DeltaCorps Members will be based at our Tennessee headquarters in Memphis, and will travel to Eastern Arkansas, Northern Mississippi, and Western Tennessee to conduct service, as well as recruit and manage the service of college student volunteers. DeltaCorps Members are in the community every day, collaborating with community partners and interacting with a diverse group of people, ranging from preschoolers to college students to working parents. The following provides a general idea of what service with each initiative entails:

    FocusFirst: Conduct vision screenings at Head Start and daycare centers throughout Eastern Arkansas, Northern Mississippi, and Western Tennessee. Process results from screenings to ensure that follow-up care is provided for all children who need it.

    SaveFirst: Obtain certification as an Advanced Volunteer Tax Preparer. Recruit and train college students on tax law. Manage students’ service at community-based sites in Memphis. Implement marketing strategies to encourage families to utilize free tax preparation. Develop community partnerships to establish tax preparation sites.

    Impact America welcomes applications from individuals with disabilities. We have sought to identify the essential functions and physical requirements of all service positions and will make reasonable accommodations through scheduling, task reassignment, and other methods to accommodate applicants and AmeriCorps members. Please contact us should you need accommodations in order to apply.

    Qualifications: Skills Required:
    Successful candidates will exhibit a commitment to improving the lives of economically disadvantaged families, a record of community service and/or civic engagement, leadership skills, the ability to work well with a diverse group of individuals (e.g., college students, children, community partners), flexibility in a fast-paced environment, and a positive attitude.
    Salary:

    $18,445

    Impact America DeltaCorps is an AmeriCorps Program®. Benefits include the following:

    ·Monthly living stipend

    ·$5,815 education award (received upon completion of term of service)

    ·Health insurance

    ·Meals when providing service outside of your home county

    ·Mileage reimbursement when driving your personal car for service

    ·All travel costs during overnight trips (hotel, rental car, meals)

    ·Ongoing professional development and training

    How to Apply: If interested, please contact Stephen Black at recruiting@impactamerica.com or 205-934-0664.
    Date Posted: 7/14/17
    Position: Program Officer
    Company: Impact Alabama
    Job Description:

    Responsibilities:

    Provide clerical support to ensure programs are successfully implemented

    Organize AmeriCorps member files and other records related to AmeriCorps grant management, including background checks

    Develop a system to keep track of submission of service logs by members and approvals of supervisors, including conducting compliance reviews to make sure that supervisors are appropriately monitoring members’ activities

    Review and approve service logs completed by Corps Members, including approval in online timekeeping system

    Organize volunteer records and paperwork, as necessary

    Schedule professional development, training, National Days of Service, and member team-building events

    Serve as office manager

    Inventory and re-stock supplies

    Communicate with service providers (Internet, utilities, custodial)

    Provide additional supervision of Corps Members on site (including monitoring sign-in and -out sheets)

    Ensure all documentation for teleservice activities is collected and filed

    Maintain non-AmeriCorps personnel files

    Prepare orientation binders and materials and provide support at orientation

    Interview, hire, and supervise SaveFirst appointment schedulers (during January and February)

    Qualifications: Skills Required: Successful candidates will exhibit a commitment to improving the lives of economically disadvantaged families, strong organizational skills and attention to detail, the ability to work well with a diverse group of individuals, flexibility in a fast-paced environment, and a positive attitude.
    Salary: $22,500
    How to Apply: If interested, please contact Sarah Louise Smith at SLSmith@impactalabama.org or 205-934-0664.
    Date Posted: 7/14/17
    Position: Impact America AmeriCorps Member
    Company: Impact America
    Job Description:

    Individuals who serve as a Corps Member with Impact America spend a year of service after graduation at a nationally recognized organization working to mitigate the effects of poverty, while also gaining professional experience and a broadened perspective. Corps Members plan and execute all initiatives that operate in their state of service, as well as recruit and manage the service of college students as they participate in those initiatives. Corps Members are in the community every day, collaborating with community partners and interacting with a diverse group of people, ranging from preschoolers to college students to working parents. The following provides a general idea of what service with each initiative entails:

    FocusFirst (AL, TN, FL, SC): Conduct vision screenings at Head Start and daycare centers throughout your state of service. Ensure that follow-up care is provided for all children who need it.

    SaveFirst (AL, TN, FL, SC): Obtain certification as an Advanced Volunteer Tax Preparer. Recruit and train college students on tax law. Manage students’ service at community-based sites. Implement marketing strategies to encourage families to utilize free tax preparation. Develop community partnerships to establish tax preparation sites.

    SpeakFirst (AL): Serve as a debate coach for middle school students in Birmingham. Supervise students at debate tournaments. Provide tutoring and standardized test preparation. Plan cultural activities for students.

    CollegeFirst (AL): Plan and implement a three-week summer enrichment program for high school students to prepare them for AP courses. Recruit and train college students to serve as mentors. Provide support to AP teachers during classroom lectures, laboratory experiments, and small group activity/discussion times.

    Stories from the Line (TN): Identify compelling stories related to our work and produce a series of short films, capturing those stories and developing them into meaningful narratives that can positively influence awareness and action.

    Positions are currently available in Birmingham, AL; Tuscaloosa, AL; Memphis, TN; Tallahassee, FL; and Greenville, SC.

    Qualifications: Successful candidates will exhibit a commitment to improving the lives of economically disadvantaged families, a record of community service and/or civic engagement, leadership skills, the ability to work well with a diverse group of individuals (e.g., college students, children, community partners), flexibility in a fast-paced environment, and a positive attitude.
    Salary: $18,445
    How to Apply: If interested, please contact Stephen Black at 205-934-0664 or recruiting@impactamerica.com for more information.
    Date Posted: 6/22/17
  • Retail/Wholesale

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  • Restaurant/Hotel

    Position: Kitchen Help/Counter Help/Lead Counter Help
    Company: Panda Express (Alabaster)
    Job Description: Performs routine food service activities according to established operational policies and procedures.
    Demonstrates basic knowledge of menu and responds to guest inquiries and concerns in a courteous manner.
    People Oriented – enjoys working with our guests and fellow associates, possess good communication and interpersonal skills.
    Growth Oriented – knows that learning and growth are keys to personal and professional success and is willing and able to share with others.
    Greet and serve customers with quality food and service.
    Assist in ensuring a clean, safe and well-organized restaurant.
    Follow food and restaurant safety standards and guidelines.
    Attention to detail in food/service quality and cleanliness
    Ensure a constant and adequate supply of ingredients are prepared according to company specifications and local health regulations.ADA Statement: While performing duties, counter areas are often hot with steam from steam table and food vapors. Work space is restricted and employees are expected to remain standing for long periods of time. Employees must prepare hot and cold foods, use Chinese cook knife and other kitchen equipment and work quickly without losing accuracy. Employees may be required to lift up to 50 lbs., stand up to four hours and reach across counter tops measured at 36 inches to serve customers. Kitchens are hot and noise levels are usually high; storage space is limited and shelving is high.Panda Restaurant Group, Inc is an Equal Opportunity Employer.Up to 40 hours/week
    Qualifications:

    Some high school

    0-1 year related experience

    Applies basic knowledge of steam table operations and serving protocols

    Salary: $10/hour
    How to Apply: To apply, please visit https://www.pandacareers.com.
    Date Posted: 7/14/17
  • Sales

    Position: Sale/jewelry Consultant
    Company: Kay Jewelers
    Job Description: We are looking for exceptional individuals with desire, determination and drive to join our team. As one of the world’s premier jewelers, we offer career growth opportunities and an excellent total rewards package which includes; Paid vacation/Paid Holidays, promote from within philosophy, competitive wages and benefits, merchandise discount.
    Qualifications: Will train
    Salary: Hourly wage plus commission
    How to Apply: If interested, please contact James Darden at 205.621.5089 or james.darden@signjewelers.com for more information
    Date Posted: 6/21/17