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Childcare

Position: Church Nursery Caregiver
Company: Oak Mountain Presbyterian Church
Job Description: Caregivers to serve our congregation during Sunday morning/ Evening services by caring for the children in the nursery and/or preschool hallway. Minimal teaching may be included. Minimal cleaning also included. Must have reliable transportation and be flexible and dependable.
Qualifications: 1-3 years of experience working with children. CPR certification is preferred but not required
Pay: $10 an hour plus a $6 trip fee every time you come to work
Schedule: Sunday morning shift: 7:45-12:30; Sunday night shift: 4:45-7:30; Wednesday night shift: 5:30-8:00; Thursday night shift: 5:30-9:00
-you do not have to available for all shifts-
How to Apply: If interested, please email Angel Duke at aduke@ompc.org. She will send an application packet to be completed and returned.
Date Posted: 10/20/19
Position: Teaching Assistant
Company: Hand in Hand Early Learning Program at United Ability
Job Description: Teaching assistants are responsible for assisting in the overall classroom learning plan development and implementation, overall classroom management, and in the absence of the teacher, the supervision of classroom personnel and parental communication.
Qualifications: Education &/or Experience
• High School Diploma or GED required; Child Development Associate (CDA) Certificate preferred
• 19 years of age or older
• A minimum of one (1) year experience working with young children in a childcare setting, preferably children with disabilities
• Must be able to pass DHR background screening
Pay: Depending on experience
Schedule: TEACHING ASSISTANT – Toddler Classroom Monday-Friday; Full-time; 9:00-6:00; Benefits Eligible
TEACHING ASSISTANT- 2 Part-time opportunities: • Monday-Friday; 11:30-6:00; Infant Classroom
• Monday-Friday; 3:00-6:00; Toddler Classroom
How to Apply: If interested, please apply online at https://www.unitedability.org/about/jobs/  United Ability is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Date Posted: 10/15/19
Position: Preschool After-school Teacher
Company: Chase Learning Center
Job Description:
To care for a group of preschoolers from 2:00-6:00 Monday-Friday
Qualifications:
Must be at least 19 years of age and have a high school diploma. Must love and respect children and have a true interest in working with them.
Schedule/Salary:
11-6:00 pm or 2:00-6:00 pm Monday-Friday
$9.00 an hour
How to Apply: If interested, call Chase Learning Center at 205.620.1616. You can also apply in person at 330 Canyon Park Drive, Pelham AL 35124. You may also email Lorrie at lorrie@chaselearningcenter.com
Date Posted: 10/1/19

Instruction

Position: School/Community-Based Program Facilitator
Company: Girls Incorporated of Central Alabama
Job Description: Develop and manage a youth program for girls 1st-8th grades in areas schools and/or community-based sites to inspire and empower them to be strong, smart and bold.
Qualifications: Experience and passion working with youth, interpersonal skills, program develop skills, ability to create engaging lesson plans, clear background check, reliable transportation, valid AL driver’s license and proof of car insurance.
Pay: $15 an hour (20-25 hours/week)
Schedule: Monday- Fridays, 12 till 5 PM.
How to Apply: If interested, please send a resume to jkirkpatrick@girlsinccentral-al-org or ljackson@girlsinccentral-al-org.
Date Posted: 10/3/19
Position: Lifeguard
Company: Lakeshore Foundation
Job Description: Lakeshore is accepting applications for part-time lifeguards. Hours vary but could include daytime, evening and weekend shifts. Lifeguards may be asked to assist with swim classes for adults with physical disabilities and children with physical disabilities ages two and older. CPR, First Aid, and Lifeguard training required. Water Safety Certification is desirable.
Qualifications: CPR/First Aid and Lifeguarding certification required
Pay: Pay starts at $10 with more given with experience
Schedule: Lakeshore is open from 5:00 am8:00 pm Monday-Friday and 8:00- 4:00 on Saturdays. Can be flexible with hours.*
How to Apply: If interested, please contact Emily at emilym@lakeshore.org with questions or for an application.
Date Posted: 10/1/19
Position: Camera Operator and Video Editor
Company: Rush Videos
Job Description:
Operate camera, sound equipment at corporate events, weddings, etc. Edit videos for events filmed to client specifications.
Qualifications:
Mass Communications degree
Salary/Schedule: Salary is based on experience and or qualifications
The schedule will be M-F for editing and weekends for events
How to Apply: If interested, please contact Rush Videos at 205.281.8207
Date Posted: 10/1/19

 


Office/Clerical
No information at this time.


Retail/Sales

Position: Sales Assistant and/or Videographer
Company: ProCAT Audio Video Productions
Job Description: Only 6 miles from campus. Assisting in sales and videography for our upcoming Marching Band season. Weekend work, mainly on Saturdays.
Qualifications:
Good personality and willing to learn.
Schedule/Salary:
Weekend work- mainly on Saturdays and salary will be dependent on experience.
How to Apply: If interested, please call 205.668.1122 or email info@procatav.com for more information.
Date Posted: 10/1/19

Warehouse
No information at this time.


Restaurant/Hotel

Position: Servers and Door Hosts!
Company: Pappadeaux Seafood Kitchen
Job Description: GOOD FOOD. SUPERIOR SERVICE. EXCEPTIONAL PEOPLE. We’re looking for positive and friendly team players who genuinely love great food and want to provide superior service to our guests. Our success starts with talented people like you! Door Hosts warmly welcome our guests upon arrival and manage the timely and efficient seating for the restaurant. If you are friendly and enjoy working in a dynamic atmosphere we want to talk to you! Our Servers fulfill and exceed our guests’ expectations by providing friendly and attentive service. Our knowledgeable, well-trained Servers make menu recommendations, anticipate needs and provide a dining experience that will encourage our guests to dine with us again and again. Enjoy the following by joining our team: • Great earning potential • Flexible schedules • Advancement Opportunities • An outstanding training program • Dynamic work environment
Qualifications: No experience needed
Pay: hourly or hourly plus tips
Schedule: Flexible
How to Apply: To Join our Team:
1) Submit an online application at pappascareers.com
2) After completing the application, stop by for an interview at 3500 Grandview Parkway, Birmingham, AL 35243 Tuesday thru Friday between 3 PM – 5 PM(excluding holidays)
For additional information please visit our website or contact the restaurant at (205) 582-5083. PAPPAS Restaurants is an Equal
Opportunity Employer | M|F|D|V|A
Date Posted: 10/17/19
Position: Keg Washer
Company: Interstellar Ginger Beer
Job Description: Looking for a part-time keg washer to come in the morning to wash kegs and maybe handle other brewery related chores
Qualifications: Must be 21 years of age and able to lift and carry 50 lbs
Pay: $10 an hour, other perks as laws allow
Schedule: Flexible
How to Apply: If interested, please contact Shane at Shane@interstellarginger.com or 205.790.3146 for more information
Date Posted: 10/2/19
Position: Servers
Company: Beef O’Bradys
Job Description: Beef ‘O’ Brady’s is about great food, good sports, and a comfortable family atmosphere. Our guests have come to appreciate Beef’s friendly service and the value of our quality food.
We are looking for people who are:
Genuinely passionate about
customer service
Dedicated, fun-loving people
Driven to consistently perform at a high level
Motivated by working as a valuable member of a team
Required Duties and Responsibilities:
Arrives to work on time, neatly groomed and in a clean uniform for every shift
Demonstrates a positive attitude at all times, willing to help out where needed
Follows all Beef ‘O’ Brady’s safety, sanitation, and employee guidelines
Welcomes and greets guests to make them feel comfortable and well taken care of
Communicates and interacts well with families and kids
Follows Beef’s steps of service in exceeding the Guest’s experience
Learns the names and personally recognizes regulars
Knowledgeable of Beef’s menu to describe items and inform guests of feature items
Take food and beverage orders and enter orders in POS system
Deliver food and beverages in a timely manner
Monitor guest’s dining experience and ensures they are satisfied with food and service
Respond promptly and courteously to any requests
Possess basic math skills and money handling to make proper change and process credit card payments
Prepare final bill, present check, take payment, process credit card or make change
Thank the guest for their visit and invite them to return
Smiles and interacts with all Guests at all tables, not just their own
Assists other team members in taking care of Guests, cleaning and maintaining tables, and running food
Performs side work at the start and end of each shift as required by service station assignment
Maintains a clean work area, dining room, and bar during the shift
Follows all requirements for the responsible service of alcohol
Can complete the requirements of the job without constant supervision
Responsible for running side work such as washing glassware and rolling silverware during shift
Must be flexible in schedule requirements as hours may fluctuate due to sporting and community events
Works as a team to ensure guest satisfaction
Qualifications: Meet state and local age requirements for serving alcohol
Food Handler Certification (or other state approved the program if required)
Be able to operate basic restaurant equipment: POS, soda machine, coffee/tea maker, etc
Previous server/bar experience preferred but not required
Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time
Must be able to lift and carry items up to 25 pounds
Must be able to smile and clearly communicate with all guests, coworkers, and management
Must be able to balance and carry multiple food and beverages to and from the dining area.
Team Player, Hard Worker, Honest
This description is not intended, and should not be construed to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, efforts, or work conditions associated with the job.
Salary/Schedule: Flexible schedule. Days, nights and weekends.
Salary is $2.13 plus tips
How to Apply: If interested, email your resume to gmccluney@bellsouth.net
Date Posted: 10/1/19
Position: Servers
Company: Champy’s Famous Fried Chicken
Job Description: Want to work in a super fun, fast-paced and unique environment?
Champy’s is a full service sit down restaurant featuring live music and local craft beer and cocktails. We are a family-owned and operated business looking for AWESOME, friendly and high-energy team members to join us and grow. Becoming part of the Champy’s team is more than just a job; you will be part of the Champy’s family! Plus we value education and will work around your class schedules! The role of the server is to provide hospitality by enthusiastically interacting with guests, answering questions about menu offerings, ringing in orders and delivering food. As a server, you are responsible for providing an inviting environment by maintaining a clean and organized dining room and work area. You will also partner with other team members to ensure guests have everything they need.
Qualifications: • Previous experience in a full-service restaurant preferred but not required (WE WILL TRAIN).
• Enthusiastic, upbeat and outgoing attitude.
• Ability to work positively in a fastpaced environment.
• Ability to work effectively within a team.
• Must be 19 or older per state law
Salary/Schedule: Server wage plus tips. Hardworking and friendly servers make good money!!!
Lunch shifts are scheduled from 10:30 am – 4 pm. Dinner shifts begin at 4, 5, or 5:30 pm. We are open 7 days/week. We will schedule around classes.
How to Apply: If interested, please apply in person at 10695 Hwy 110 in Alabaster. Find our job posting at www.facebook.com/ChampysAlabaster
Date Posted: 10/1/19
Position: Restaurant Server/Wait Staff
Company: Timberline Golf Club
Job Description: Responsible for taking food orders and serve patrons, clean tables and help kitchen staff as needed. Help with special occasion events (maybe an occasional evening), process payments. Occasional beverage cart duties on course.
Qualifications: Willingness to work. Punctuality neat and clean with good manners. Pass drug test at least 21 to handle alcohol, no tattoos or piercing that are visible. Ability to multi-task with a good attitude.
Pay: Minimum wage + tips vary. Timberline is only closed for Thanksgiving and Christmas. The restaurant usually closes at dark when the golf course closes unless there is a special event that evening.
Schedule: Timberline is only closed for Thanksgiving and Christmas. The restaurant usually closes at dark when the golf course closes unless there is a special event that evening.
How to Apply: If interested, please contact Ms. Thomas at 205.668.2293 for more information.
Date Posted: 10/1/19

 


Landscaping/Outdoor
No information at this time.


Social Services

Position: Behavior Technician
Company: The Alabama Autism Assistance Program
Job Description: Provide one on one and small group behavioral therapy services to individuals diagnosed with autism.
Qualifications: Minimum of a high school diploma. All applicants should have experience working with people with special needs. All applicants must be willing to take the exam to become a Registered Behavior Technician within 3 months
Pay: Hourly based on education and experience
Schedule: Based on class schedule
How to Apply: If interested, please send a resume to cking@thehandsprogram.org
Date Posted: 10/25/19

Non-Profit

Position: Shelter Advocate
Company: SafeHouse of Shelby County
Job Description: PURPOSE: Provides services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault through advocacy and everyday life skills.
ACCOUNTABILITY: Works under the general direction of and is accountable to the Shelter Operations Coordinator and carries out responsibilities within the shelter.
RESPONSIBILITIES and PRINCIPLE DUTIES:

  •  Provide services to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in the residential shelter.
  • Services include advocacy, transportation to and from approved sites per case management plan, obtaining household and personal items, and assist with the development of everyday life skills.
  • Assist with coordination and development of activities with staff for shelter clients
  • Respond to and documents incoming Crisis Line calls
  • Provide appropriate referrals for callers seeking assistance
  • Conduct client intakes into shelter services
  • Input data daily into computer reporting databases
  • Prepare dinner for clients in the shelter on weekends
  • Monitor and prepare client chores, sign-out sheets, last check in’s, and safety drills
  • Maintain facility in a safe and orderly manner within ACADV standards by conducting safety and security checks, identifying client needs, and ascertaining a timely resolution to problems
  • Maintain organization of files and cleanliness in staff offices and restrooms
  • Assist staff with other programs and events going on in and out of the shelter as needed
  • Provide shift coverage in shelter on an as-needed basis
  • Attend ACADV training events as appropriate
  • Participate in monthly Trauma-Informed Services meetings and Staff Retreats
Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent, valid Alabama Driver’s License, automobile insurance and willingness to use said automobile in performing work duties is required. The applicant should have knowledge of the dynamics of domestic violence and sexual assault and demonstrate interpersonal communication skills to coordinate activities with residents and staff.
Salary/Schedule: $13.00 an hour and schedule will be 2 weekends per month
How to Apply: If interested, please email a letter of interest and resume to JaShelle Nixion, Shelter Operations Coordinator, at jashellen@safehouse.org NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
Date Posted: 10/1/19

Other

Position: Production Associate
Company: Elwood Staffing
Job Description: Elwood Staffing is hiring a production associate for a part-time position in Alabaster! Work part-time 8 to 10 consecutive days, including one weekend out of the month, then off the rest of the month. Day shifts are 7:00 am to 5:30 pm and night shifts are 6:00 pm to 4:30 am. $9.00hr Work is loading paper into machines, so no heavy lifting. Temperature controlled facility. Team-oriented work environment. Collaborative, casual and fun environment
Qualifications: No experience is required, we will train you!
Salary/Schedule: $9.00 an hour; 8-10 consecutive days, including one weekend out of the month, then off the rest of the month. Day shifts are 7:00 am- 5:30 pm and night shifts are 6:00 pm – 4:30 am.
How to Apply: If interested, please call or text Shannon Fox to schedule your interview at 205.822.8234
Date Posted: 10/2/19
Position: Volunteer Services Coordinator
Company: McWane Science Center
Job Description: McWane Science Center counts on the Volunteer Services Coordinator
to assist in coordinating volunteers across the science center and in the scheduling of floor programming and exhibit interpretation to ensure the excellence of the visitor experience. This position will work closely with the Manager of Volunteer Services to complete daily schedules. They will make frequent daily checks and work with the volunteer staff to provide support and monitor performance while motivating them to provide a  dynamic and fun experience for our guests. They will also facilitate exhibit interpretation, including the Touch Tank, High Cycle, etc. on a regular basis. Weekend and
evening work is required.
Accountabilities and Major Duties
1. Assist the Manager of Volunteer Services in recruiting, interviewing, orientating, training, and retaining volunteers.
2. Create and coordinate daily schedules for volunteers and check staffing when necessary.
3. Communicate with volunteers and community members via email and phone; respond to inquiries about the volunteer program in a timely manner.
4. Be a role model to volunteers on effective ways to best engage and interact with our visitors.
5. Work closely with all aspects of the Teen and Junior Teen Programs, including monitoring the application process and attending monthly Teen Leader workshops.
6. Assist the Science Engagement department by creating a vibrant and exciting atmosphere on the exhibit floor.
7. Effectively engage visitors and audience members in learning through informal inquiry-based demonstrations, exhibit interpretation, and presentations to the public.
8. Always put the visitor first and strive toward the best customer service possible.
9. Answer general visitor inquiries about the facility, exhibits or programs
Qualifications: • Possess or be working toward a Bachelor’s degree.
• Knowledge of good customer service principles, excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work well with a variety of peoples from various backgrounds and cultures.
• Ability to motivate and maintain staff morale and team spirit.
• Must be a self-directed, creative problem solver with excellent followthrough.
• Demonstrates energy and enthusiasm for learning.
• Excellent oral and written communication skills, comfortable leading presentations and roleplaying in a group setting
• Ability to engage with children and adults in an energetic, friendly, outgoing and professional manner.
• Experience working with children and/or teenagers preferred.
• Ability to interpret and communicate science concepts.
• Proficient in Microsoft Office
• Must be able and willing to work weekends, evenings and holidays.
• Valid Alabama driver’s license.
• Must provide proof of minimum liability insurance as required by state law.
Minimum Physical Qualifications
• Sit for extended periods of time without being able to leave the work area.
• Stand for extended periods of time without being able to leave the work area.
• Lift objects frequently in performing the work (10-20 Ibs, occasionally).
• Pull or push objects on a regular basis (50 Ibs. max).
• Grasp object utilizing the fingers.
• Reach for objects above the head or below the waist.
• Stoop or crouch by bending at the waist or by bending legs.
• Hearing and visual acuity.
• Exposure to chemicals, fumes, and vapors that could potentially affect the health of the employee.
Salary/Schedule: Salary is to be determined
The schedule will be up to 28 hours per week
How to Apply: If interested, please a letter of interest, resume and salary requirements to McWane Science Center Human Resources at HR@mcwane.org or fax to 205.714.8400. www.mcwane.org. EOE
Date Posted: 10/1/19