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As the largest city in the Midwest, Chicago, Illinois is a bustling metropolitan area composed of a vibrant community of thriving local employers. From large established corporations to independent small businesses, Chicago is an ideal place to find employment.

The top employers in Chicago include the US government, Chicago Public Schools, and local city and county government. Chicago is also home to innovative tech companies such as Groupon, GrubHub, Belly, and SitterCity. If you’re interested in the healthcare industry, be sure to look to medical centers such as Advocate Health Care and Northwestern Memorial Healthcare for new, relevant job opportunities.

In addition to its larger institutions, Chicago boasts a rich history of locally-owned businesses. The Windy City’s unique neighborhoods make it a great place to work, especially in the education, nonprofit, and service industries. Take the L to one of Chicago’s 77 neighborhoods, such as Near West Side, Ukrainian Village, Wicker Park, Pilsen, Bridgeport, or Uptown. In any of these areas, you’ll find exciting, local employment options, whether you’re in search of a part-time gig or interested in establishing a full-time career.

Recent Jobs near Chicago, IL


Boulevard Veterinary (Chicago, IL) is seeking a Certified Veterinary Technician or Veterinary Technician with aspirations to become certified for full time employment in our AAHA accredited Logan Square and River North practices. We are looking for someone who thrives in a fast paced environment, loves problem solving and leads with a helpful, "can-do" attitude. A dedication to teamwork and continuing education are a must. As we are an expanding company, there will be opportunities for growth and leadership roles. Engaging clients and computer efficacy are essential to your role at BLVD, as well as sound technical skills including anesthetic monitoring, dental prophy, laboratory diagnostics and assisting in surgery . Efficiency and hard work are expected but you will be supported by modern, state of the art equipment and facilities, an engaged management team and opportunities for full benefits including PTO, continuing education stipend, Health Insurance and 401k. Pay is competitive and based on experience, certification, and previous professional accomplishments. Check us out at www.blvd.vet and on Instagram @blvd.vet. 

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Earn cash and help people near you by changing tires, delivering fuel, jump starting cars and performing lockouts

Who we are:

The Allstate Good Hands Rescue Network (GHRN) is a crowdsourced network of independent contractors who help people when a roadside emergency has left them stranded. GHRN offers tire change, fuel delivery, jump start and lockout services. Our rescuers come from a variety of backgrounds and industries including retirees, veterans, auto repair students, roadside assistance pros (looking for additional work), transportation pros (courier, drivers, delivery, gas, taxi, tow), landscapers, people who enjoy working on cars, automotive professionals (brake repair, car inspection, diagnostic techs, tire technicians, oil and lube techs, highway maintenance workers, tune-up techs, mechanical repair technicians), mechanically inclined hobbyists, mobile mechanics, contractors, freelancers, on-demand seasonal workers and many others who have an affinity for cars (experienced or entry-level).

What's in it for you?


  • Extra Income, mobile independent contractor opportunity

  • Flexibility – work when you want, login from home, your car, or wherever you are!

  • Helping others in need – join the fleet of roadside rescuers and save the day!

  • Partner with an industry leader - Allstate

Getting started is easy.


  • Apply in just five minutes by:

  • Clicking the Apply Now link on this posting OR

  • Texting the keyword ROAD to 972-11 to activate our automated text application process

  • Meet minimum requirements

  • Attend in-person skill validation session

  • Start rescuing people!

Minimum requirements:


  • Insured car

  • Smartphone

  • Valid driver’s license

  • At least 18 years old

  • Pass background screen (criminal, motor vehicle & drug screen)

  • Pass validation of basic skills 

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We have CHAIR RENTALS available for motivated and professional hairstylists and/or colorists to join our team! 

We are located in the River North in a beautiful space with an abundance of parking and in walking distance to the brown line. 

Commissioned employees are welcomed. 

Must have a valid Illinois State cosmetology license. 

Please call the salon at (312) 755 - 9460 set up an interview. 

We look forward to hearing from you! 

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Our Montessori School located in downtown Chicago has part/full-time (5-7 hours/day, 5 days/week (M-F)) openings for Assistant Montessori Teachers for our 0-3 year old and 3-6 year old classrooms!

This is an excellent opportunity for those interested in teaching in a high quality Montessori environment.

For Assistant Teachers:

Montessori Experience of any kind is a plus but not required.

Experience working and/or caring for children in some capacity is required.

Background in special needs, yoga, art, music, dance, etc. is also a plus.

Requirements include:


  • Being reliable and approaching work with integrity, enthusiasm and dedication.


  • Find great joy working with children and have a genuine love and respect for each child.


  • Ability to pass a background check and TB test.


If you are interested in working with children in a beautiful learning environment with a warm and caring staff, please submit your resume for consideration.

About us:

Located steps from downtown Chicago in the historic Dearborn Station at Polk and Dearborn, South Loop Montessori School is a private Montessori School. We are an AMS Full-Member School and affiliated with three esteemed, suburban Chicago Montessori Schools; Northbrook Montessori School, Lincolnshire Montessori School and The Grove Montessori School. Our mission is to foster an enriching and challenging educational environment where each child is encouraged to grow to his or her fullest academic, emotional and social potential. We are seeking teachers who will strive, along with other team members, to implement and achieve such an environment so that a consistent Montessori framework for learning is developed, thus educating the full human capacity of each student.

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Michael & Michael, a nationally recognized salon in Downtown Chicago's River North, is looking for an experienced CLIENT SERVICES COORDINATOR to join its successful team. Must be energetic, eager, responsible, fashion savvy, resourceful, and a competent multi-tasker. A great attitude and customer service skills are a must. Impressive salon/spa experience is preferred. Serious applicants only. Please e-mail your resume along with a brief cover letter explaining why you are interested in the position and why we should interview you. Only e-mails will be considered. For more information about Michael & Michael, please visit our website

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Join our talented team and watch your career grow.We have the clients, you bring your skills and positive energy! 

 

We are a well-established, busy spa located in the heart of Gold Coast and are looking for service-oriented individuals to service our extensive clientele. Part-Time positions available.

 

Position Requirements:

• Knowledge of Swedish and Deep Tissue Massage required

• Knowledge of other various modalities (Pre-natal, Sports, Stretching Techniques, etc.) is a plus

 

Will consider qualified candidates beginning their careers in massage therapy that possess the right qualities, as well as demonstrate innate talent for and understanding of therapeutic massage.

 

Benefits:

• Steady clientele

• Flexible schedule

• Monetary incentives and bonuses

• A positive and supportive work environment

• Career growth opportunities

• An environment where diversity is celebrated

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The South Loop Club is now hiring a full time night time kitchen manager. The bar is located downtown Chicago at 701 S. State Street and has been there for 30 years as of this past summer! We are looking for an experienced kitchen manager with a positive attitude, outgoing personality, and experience in a fast-paced working environment.

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Chato’s pasta house is now hiring !

located in the heart of pilsen

1165 w 18 st chicago il 60608 

We are looking for experienced   line cooks  to work in a fun and fast past  environment!

mast be a team player and  a multitasker, must be able to work under pressure !

full and part time available 

please apply in person or email  Resume 

serious  people  only

 

 

 

   

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 Our Montessori School located in downtown Chicago has a part-time (3-5 hours/day, 5 days/week (M-F)) opening for Assistant Montessori Teachers for infant (2-15 months) and toddler (15-24 months) classrooms! 

This is an excellent opportunity for those interested in teaching in a high quality Montessori environment.

For Assistant Teachers:

Montessori Experience of any kind is a plus but not required.

Experience working and/or caring for infants (2-15 months) in some capacity is required 

Requirements include:


  • Being reliable and approaching work with integrity, enthusiasm and dedication.


  • Find great joy working with children (previous experience working with young children such as in a nanny position) and have a genuine love and respect for each child.


  • Ability to pass a background check and TB test.

If you are interested in working with children in a beautiful learning environment with a warm and caring staff, please submit your resume for consideration.

About us:

Located steps from downtown Chicago in the historic Dearborn Station at Polk and Dearborn, South Loop Montessori School is a private Montessori School. We are an AMS Full-Member School and affiliated with three esteemed, suburban Chicago Montessori Schools; Northbrook Montessori School, Lincolnshire Montessori School and The Grove Montessori School. Our mission is to foster an enriching and challenging educational environment where each child is encouraged to grow to his or her fullest academic, emotional and social potential. We are seeking teachers who will strive, along with other team members, to implement and achieve such an environment so that a consistent Montessori framework for learning is developed, thus educating the full human capacity of each student.

Please visit our website at: www.southloopmontessori.org 

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Photography Summer Camp Instructors

Are you a photography student, graduate or teacher looking for a rewarding and fun summer job? Are you passionate about photography and arts education, and looking for a job that will help you gain valuable experience working with youth, and teaching in the industry? 

GTA Photography Classes offers fun and interactive photography camps for kids & teens ages 8 - 17. Originating in Toronto, Canada we continue to grow and expand and now run camps out of three locations in Toronto, Ottawa and Chicago. GTA Photography is currently looking for talented and energetic individuals with photography expertise and a passion for sharing this knowledge with others! Teaching is a highly rewarding position that helps you develop valuable life skills for your future. It allows you to continually learn about new photography practices and equipment, expand your network with other creative people, sharpen your shooting skills on a regular basis and develop your confidence and communication. If this sounds like a great opportunity but you've never taught in the past don't worry, we provide paid training on site to all new hires. If you love photography, enjoy the camp environment and are excited to share your knowledge with others, apply now! 

Also accepting applications directly through our website:

INSTRUCTOR RESPONSIBILITIES:


  • Teach photography principles and concepts to kids (ages 8 - 12) or teens (ages 13 - 17).

  • Supervise campers and ensure their safety at all times both in-class and on field trips. 

  • Work together with camp counselors and GTA PC staff to provide a fun and interactive environment for all campers, such as leading icebreaker games and team building activities.

  • Utilize GTA PC provided curriculum and resources, ensuring an organized, fun and rewarding experience for all of our campers. 

  • Teach with passion, structure and expertise.

  • Photograph candids and head shots of campers.

  • Oversee one or more camp counselors who will assist with project management, daily administrative duties and supervision on daily field trips. 

QUALIFICATIONS:


  • Candidates should hold or be working towards a Photography Degree / Diploma.

  • Demonstrated expertise in photography and professional experience is strongly preferred.

  • Prior teaching experience is preferred but not required. 

  • Candidates must have strong communication skills and presentation skills. 

  • Candidates must be outgoing and energetic individuals who love and appreciate the camp experience as well as teaching photography. 

REQUIREMENTS: 


  • Cover letter, resume and three references. 

  • Portfolio of your work (website or traditional portfolio).

  • All instructors must be available for the mandatory training seminars scheduled in June

  • Criminal background check (must provide a copy once hired).

  • Standard First Aid and CPR certification (current at the start and for the duration of the camps; must provide a copy of certification once hired).

  • Applicants must be available for the entire summer (June through August).

GTA Photography Classes Inc. welcomes and encourages applications from people with disabilities.Accommodations are available on request for candidates taking part in all aspects of the selection process.

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We are looking for an experienced technician who can do a regular manicure, pedicure, gel or no chip manicure, artificial  full-set acrylic manicure and dipping powder.

We're across the street from city hall in the middle of the loop.  Lots of repeat clients as well as walk-in's.  Please call or text Frank for an interview 630.253.2604 we're hiring immediately Full or Part time.

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Bombay Wraps is a modern, fast growing, 3 location restaurant and a food truck in downtown Chicago specializing in Indian food / wraps.

As we continue to expand our retail locations we have an exciting opportunity; we are looking for a outgoing, customer friendly and motivated person to provide CUSTOMER SERVICE and LEADERSHIP at our locations. This role has GROWTH and PROMOTION opportunities as we are a culture who promotes from within.

Our mission is to share our delicious Indian food with Chicago.

Opportunities:

Restaurant member with opportunity to grow.

Looking for career minded leaders who can motivate and lead teams, make customers happy and provide overall leadership to the restaurant. This position has an opportunity to work both In Store and Events.

Required Qualifications:


  • over 3+ years of restaurant experience, fast casual preferred

  • customer oriented mindset, we are in business to delight our customers

  • high energy, dedicated, motivated attitude

  • ability to multi task, thrive in a fast paced environment

  • high sense of organization, emphasis on cleanliness

  • experience leading teams

  • willing to work a full shift - 40 hours (either AM or PM or Weekends)

Please apply with your resume with the position you are applying for in the subject line.

Thank you for your interest!

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We are a not-for-profit, teacher and parent founded school for children with IQ130+. We are looking for an experienced teacher, either full or part time, to work with our youngest students, ages 4-8 this year or any age group for or grade level starting in the Fall of 2019 or for the summer. Gifted Cert a big plus, experience with gifted students, especially profound, is ideal. Must be extremely well-versed in differentiation in at least one subject, and be interested in working in a nimble and creative start-up environment. Please go to this link to view our job postings. Illinois teaching certificate not required for this year. Gifted certification a plus. A school where the studnets get plenty of play, exercise, dedicated social and emotional curriculum, and a fully differentiated instruction built around the students' interests. Join usand help spread the word please, application and full details are at https://www.mage.education/jobs/

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Open house weekly Wednesday and Thursday 3-5PM at 20 East Jackson Blvd in Downtown Chicago. 

If you are looking for the PERFECT  job where you can eat healthy and have fun, look no further, JS is here!!

WE’RE LOOKING FOR:


  • Open availability (Daytime is a MUST Monday-Friday consistently)   

 - Experience in a Quick Service Concept 

 - Candidates that are Fast Paced and Self Starters (hundreds of guests per hour)

 - Candidates to problem solve and work in a team - Candidates who enjoy working with the general public

 - Candidates ALWAYS on time and never late

 -Candidates who smile naturally and bring a positive outlook to work each day - Candidates who follow direction and will commit to learning our entire menu by memory 

WE PROVIDE YOU WITH:

-Phenomenal Compensation

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Cashier, Kitchen & Leadership Opportunities Available.

At Chick-fil-A Loyola Water Tower, the team member role is more than just a job, it's an opportunity. In addition to working directly for an independent Operator, team members gain life experience that goes far beyond just serving a great product in a friendly environment. Chick-fil-A Loyola Water Tower is a great opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds, and no experience is necessary. If interested, please send your resume and availability. No phone calls, please -- We will email to coordinate first interviews.

We are seeking individuals with previous experience in Kitchen Operations, Customer Service, Catering or Leadership within the Restaurant/Service Industry. We are seeking individuals with the following availibity:

Kitchen- 6am-3pm and 2pm-11:30pm

Front Counter- 6am-3pm and 12pm-11:30pm

Work in a Chick-fil-A restaurant: A job at Chick-fil-A is more than just a job. It's a stepping-stone to a successful future in the world of business -- whether that is with Chick-fil-A or outside. Here are some of the great benefits of working at Chick-fil-A.

Flexible Hours: You probably have commitments to your family, friends, school or sports teams. We will try to arrange your work schedule around them. We have a variety of shifts beginning as early as 6am and ending as late as 11:30pm.

Closed Sundays: All Chick-fil-A restaurants are closed on Sundays so you can have a day off to spend with family and friends.

Work Directly With A Chick-fil-A Operator: The Operator is an independent business person, responsible for the operation of the restaurant, who invests time in his or her employees, teaching them important business skills for the future.

Competitive Pay: Along with a competitive paycheck, you will work in a nurturing environmentwhere you will learn valuable business and people skills.

It's a Great Place to Work: At Chick-fil-A, our Operators consider their team members to be more than just employees, they are a highly valued part of each Chick-fil-A restaurant. Our high retention rate is proof that team members really enjoy working at Chick-fil-A.

No Experience Is Necessary: We are looking for friendly, enthusiastic people who enjoy serving customers. We will teach you everything else you need to know.

Job Type: Full-time

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Rudy's Bar & Grille and Pizano's Pizza & Pasta are looking for new team members heading into 2019! This looks to be our strongest year ever! Put your skills to work for one of the Loop's hottest restaurant groups!

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New Sector Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit consulting and leadership development firm. We work across sectors to help established and emerging leaders tackle pressing challenges and advance their careers. Our mission is to accelerate social change by strengthening organizations and developing leaders. Through intensive fellowships, New Sector prepares highly talented young professionals for rewarding, mission-driven careers that change lives, organizations, and the world.

The New Sector Summer Fellowship program is an intensive, 10-week program for undergraduate and graduate students and recent graduates. Fellows are selected from a highly competitive pool and matched with a nonprofit, government agency, or social enterprise to serve full-time completing capacity-building projects that allow organizations to more effectively achieve their missions. Host site projects are designed to create, improve, or expand services and may focus on impact measurement, community and volunteer outreach and engagement, program development initiatives, strategic communication and marketing efforts, or fundraising, among others. During their service term, Summer Fellows participate in New Sector's training and mentoring program.

Through their efforts on capacity-building initiatives, experience with the daily operations of their host sites, and the training and support that New Sector provides, Summer Fellows develop a better understanding of building a socially responsible career. After completing the program, Summer Fellows become lifelong members of the New Sector Alliance alumni network and are eligible to apply to serve on the New Sector Alliance Alumni Board.

2019 Chicago Summer Fellowship Features:

Program Dates:

June 13, 2019 - August 23, 2019

Host Site Service:

For 10-weeks, Fellows serve full-time in Chicago-based host organizations, completing capacity-building projects that aim to create, improve, or expand services. Before the start of the fellowship, New Sector works with each host site to develop a project scope that provides a meaningful, impactful, and challenging experience.

This summer, New Sector is partnering with the Robert R. McCormick Foundation to match New Sector Summer Fellows with host sites serving veterans and military families and to recruit student veterans to serve in nonprofit and mission-driven organizations. New Sector is also open to including a select number of Summer Fellows who have already secured a summer internship with a Chicago-based mission-driven organization.

Training:

Fellows participate in New Sector's Impact Leadership Curriculum, which includes workshops on career development and management, communication and leadership skills, and functional skills development (e.g. finance, fundraising, marketing). Formats include lecture, case discussions, small group collaboration, individual reflection, role play, and others.

Learning Teams:

Fellows participate regularly in small-group, peer-facilitated Learning Teams that provide a support network and a more intimate forum for sharing knowledge, ideas, successes, and challenges.

Mentor Support:

Each Summer Fellow is matched with a volunteer mentor from business, management consulting, or social impact backgrounds. Mentors provide Fellows with a variety of support, including technical and presentation skills, project-specific support, professional skills development, and career planning.

Qualifications:

Undergraduate Student / Summer Fellows: Ideal applicants are undergraduate juniors and seniors or recent graduates with a bachelor's degree.

Graduate Student / Senior Summer Fellows: Ideal applicants have a minimum of two years of post-undergraduate work experience and are completing or have completed a graduate degree (MBA or equivalent).

Must be available to work full-time (40 hours/week) during the 10-week Fellowship period.

There is no "typical" Fellow; New Sector seeks individuals of differing perspectives and backgrounds and with various career goals. Successful applicants will demonstrate the following:

Demonstrated commitment to making an impact in a mission-driven career.

High level of self-motivation and academic, extracurricular, professional, and/or personal accomplishment.

Core leadership attributes, including: resourcefulness, responsibility, independence, patience, integrity, energy, and strong work ethic.

Adaptability in the face of change and resource constraints.

Strong interpersonal and communication skills, including the capacity to understand the needs of multiple and diverse stakeholders, build strong host site relationships, and work effectively individually and as part of team.

Excellent project management, analytical, and/or research skills.

Ability to approach challenges in a structured manner by setting goals, devising a plan to achieve those goals, and meeting those goals in a timely manner.

Desire to proactively take on responsibility within New Sector, our host site partners, and your own personal/professional development.

New Sector Alliance actively seeks to build a Fellow class with a broad range of backgrounds and experiences, representing a diversity of race, color, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, secular preference, political affiliation, socioeconomic status, and ancestry. Further, we encourage individuals with disabilities to apply to the program and can provide reasonable accommodations for those individuals upon request.

To Apply:

Apply through New Sector's application portal 

Candidates will be asked to prepare a cover letter, resume, and short writing samples. Questions about the application process can be sent to Janelle Romero at . No phone calls please.

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Fitness Formula Clubs is hiring unique, talented and knowledgeable Massage Therapists who are interested in building and maintaining a steady clientele with our membership base.  At FFC, you truly become part of a family that is here to care for and nurture relationships with other staff and club members.  Establish creative treatment plans with your clients and walk with them as they pursue their personal wellness journey.  

Ideal candidates are honest, loyal, outgoing and comfortable educating others on the value and benefits of massage therapy.  Come join us today -- your career awaits you! 

 

 Essential Duties and Responsibilities:


  • Establish rapport and trust with members and clients

  • Administer professional and effective massage treatments

  • Create therapeutic treatment plans for clients

  • Effectively and professionally follow-up with clients

  • Meet and exceed individual goals

  • Spend time when not scheduled with clients on the fitness floor and around other areas in the club, networking with prospective clients (members & staff) and actively engaged in building a clientele

  • Maintain a clean and safe work environment

  • Additional duties as assigned include but are not limited to:  tending to amenity replenishment, assisting in light spa housekeeping, covering spa reception desk, assisting with turnover of treatment rooms when necessary, folding of spa laundry, etc

Requirements:


  • Valid State of Illinois license in Massage Therapy with a minimum of 700 training hours

  • High-level verbal and written communication ability

  • Proficient in massage modalities including Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue, Myofascial, Prenatal, FFC Signature services (once trained), Trigger Point, Aromatherapy, et al

  • Minimum of six (6) months previous experience in Massage Therapy and/or 2 years of experience in a customer service related field.

  • Works 3+ shifts per week (evenings / day / weekend), as directed by Spa Manager, Regional Spa Director, and/or General Manager

  • Comfortable interacting with prospective club members

 

Benefit Highlights: 


  • Medical, Dental, & Paid Time Off for Full Time employees

  • Flat rate pay

  • Company paid and discounted Continuing Education opportunities

  • Monthly bonus opportunity

  • Complimentary universal club membership

  • Discounts on spa, fitness, and retail

  • Referral bonus up to 8% of revenue of referred employee

  • Employee Recognition program

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Dynamic Role with Healthy Lifestyle Brand

A healthy lifestyle brand is looking for someone to join the team to help share our products. Simultaneously, this person will have to be a determined and relentless promoter of our brand, an extremely friendly customer service representative and detail-orientated for account management. Our brand makes and sells organic, plant-based functional foods and sport nutritional products.

Some requirements:


  • Proficient computer and online skills (knowledge within Gmail, Google Drive)

  • Firm experience with Salesforce or similar platforms

  • Sales experience

  • Skilled writer

  • Confident and well-spoken

  • Organized, self-motivated and a quick learner

  • Must have your own computer with video chat accessibility

  • Must have reliable internet

  • Must have a smartphone

  • Ability to travel for work related trips

Role may include:


  • Acquisition of new leads

  • Cold calling

  • Generating leads

  • Managing new and existing accounts

  • Potential work related travel

  • Scheduling and managing promotions and demos

Benefits:


  • Friendly and active co-workers

  • Flexibility working remotely

  • Hourly pay + commissions

  • Healthcare contribution, PTO, bonuses

  • Small team with great growth potential

If you are interested, please send us an email telling us a little bit about yourself and why you think you'd be perfect for the position.

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Marketplace Vision is looking for an optician lead/optometric assistant to join our team. Our team members strive to always provide our patients with an extraordinary experience. Your role as an optician will be to provide each and every patient with expertise, friendliness, and honesty. Optician experience preferred, but willing to train the right candidate. 

 

Marketplace Vision is a small family owned business and we take pride in providing our our team with the tools and training to succeed in their positions. Vision and medical healthcare benefits are available after 90 days, along with daily bonus incentives as well. 

 

Please send your cover letter and resume to the email address above. We are looking forward to hearing from you! -Marketplace Vision

 

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Title Boxing Club is looking for energetic, passionate and hardworking fitness professionals to bring onto our team. We are looking for those who are dedicated to changing lives through fitness and want to join a growing team. Boxing and kickboxing experience is encouraged but not mandatory. We are looking for those with the right kind of energy that can lead a group of people through an intense workout that is the best hour of their day.

Responsibilities:

• Welcoming members, meeting and attending to guests in the class; wrap hands for members and prospects who need assistance

• Maintains highest level of professional ethics and compliance with all club rules and policies

• Follows the TITLE Boxing Club® format

• Ensures the safety of all members

• Looks professional by wearing TITLE Boxing Club® attire and has high level of hygiene

• Enrolls current and potential members into the club or for private lessons based on their fitness levels

Hours: Classes begin as early as 5:30am and may continue to 9pm; weekend class hours are limited. Trainers are expected to arrive a minimum of 15 minutes prior to class.

If you feel like you are a good fit please send your resume and cover letter. Our compensation is very competitive with plenty of opportunity for growth.

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Cleise Brazilian Day Spa, a luxury spa, located in the trending RIVER NORTH area of Chicago is expanding its team of professionals. We are seeking P/T an experienced (2 years experience is a plus but not required) Massage Therapist to join our team. Must be able to perform with confidence the following: Swedish, Deep Tissue, Chair Massage. Aromatherapy, Hot Stone, and Pre-Natal is a PLUS, but not required to start. The successful candidate will be friendly, enthusiastic, and exhibit a positive attitude. Licensed by the State of Illinois as a massage therapist - Caring an Individual professional liability insurance - Excellent communication skills - A professional and caring nature - Have strong work ethics - Desire to learn body treatments to improve the ability to perform bodywork; as vichy shower, body scrubs and slimming Massage.

Compensation will be determined based upon experience and qualifications. To be considered, please send your resume

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HOSTESS: Trattoria No. 10 is looking for professional, enthusiastic, hostesses for evenings who thrive in a fine dining environment. Experienced preferred. Full time/part time position available, no late hours and Sundays off!! If you can bring GREAT HOSPITALITY send your resume

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Bombo Bar is now expanding to Old Town! Join us for open calls with a guaranteed interview for consideration of employment.

Open calls will be held at 51 W Kinzie St. Chicago, IL.

The dates and times for open calls are as follows:

Monday 1/14/19: 11 AM - 2 PM

Tuesday 1/15/19: 2 PM - 6 PM

Wednesday 1/16/19: 11 AM - 2 PM

Friday 1/18/19: 11 AM - 2 PM

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MUST BE ABLE TO WORK LATE NIGHTS AND WEEKENDS

We are a bold, fresh-casual taqueria that serves modern Latin cuisine from 11 a.m. to 5 a.m daily. Located in Chicago's River North neighborhood, Fat Baby Tacos focuses on chef-prepared dishes that are driven by fresh ingredients like the restaurant's homemade tortillas and hand-crafted draft cocktails.

Requirements

Must be at least 21 years of age

Previous experience in food and beverage preferred

Solid punctuality, positive attitude and willingness to grow and learn

Be able to effectively communicate and take direction from superiors

Experience with high volume and fast paced environment

Passionate about quality and strong attention to detail

Fat Baby Tacos

109 W Hubbard Street

Chicago IL 60654

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Miller's Pub in the Loop has openings for Bussers and a Dishwasher.

Please apply in person at:

134 S. Wabash

Chicago 60603

Ask for Andy or Peter O.

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Naansesnse is a fast casual restaurant seeking fun and friendly FOH staff! We are a quick serve "line style" restaurant that values outgoing and friendly personalities.

Typical responsibilities would include the following: assembling bowls/tacos/salads to order, light food prep, setup/break down of FOH line, among others.

We are looking for a perfect mixture of experience and a positive personality; along with your resume please send a short note stating why you think you'd be a good fit here.

Looking to fill multiple positions ASAP!

Please TXT Kevin schedule interviews #847-404-6482

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Lead Grill Cook and Dishwashers

Zed 451

Zed451 is the culmination of decades' worth international travel and research. We sought to set a new standard in upscale dining and have done so through our unique approach to the dining experience. Our guests immerse themselves in the warm surroundings -- a landscape of natural elements and a highly stylized edge. We currently have opportunities for exceptional and experienced Lead Grill Cook and Dishwashers to join our team.

Qualified Lead Grill Cook candidates will possess at least three years prior culinary experience with a creativity and passion for the culinary arts. Day and evening shifts available.

Qualified Dishwashers will have at least one year prior dish room experience. 

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We need qualified and experienced tutors to work in-person with Chicago students grades 7-12. Most students need assistance with upper-level maths and sciences and/or prep for all sections of the ACT and SAT. Experience working with students with LDs such as ADHD and Executive Functioning is a plus. Tutors with Master's and PhDs are paid more. Tutor must live in the Chicago city or suburb area and have 1+ years experience teaching/tutoring.

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Description

Position Purpose: Promote the quality and cost effectiveness of medical care by applying clinical acumen and the appropriate application of policies and guidelines to prior authorization requests.

  • Perform telephonic review of prior authorization requests for appropriate care and setting, following guidelines and policies, and approve services or forward requests to the appropriate Physician or Medical Director with recommendations for other determinations
  • Complete medical necessity and level of care reviews for requested services using clinical judgment and refer to Medical Directors for review depending on case findings
  • Collaborate with various staff within provider networks and case management team electronically or telephonically to coordinate member care
  • Educate providers on utilization and medical management processes
  • Provide clinical knowledge and act as a clinical resource to non-clinical team staff
  • Enter and maintain pertinent clinical information in various medical management systems
  • Qualifications


    Education/Experience: Graduate from an Accredited School of Nursing. Bachelor’s degree in Nursing preferred. 2+ years of clinical nursing experience. Knowledge of healthcare and managed care preferred.

    Licenses/Certifications: Current State LPN/LVN or RN license.

    Centene is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to diversity, and values the ways in which we are different. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or other characteristic protected by applicable law.


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    Wyndham Grand is now seeking a Outlet server to join our team at the Wyndham Grand Chicago Riverfront location in Chicago, Illinois.

    Job Summary

    The Outlet Server is responsible for providing the highest quality of service to guests in an attentive, courteous, and efficient manner. He/she is also responsible for receiving and delivering guests orders and collecting payment.

     

     

    Education & Experience


    • High School diploma or equivalent and/or experience in a hotel or a related field preferred.

     

     

    Physical Requirements


    • Flexible and long hours sometimes required.

    • Medium work-Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or 20 pounds of force frequently or constantly to lift, carry, push, pull or otherwise move objects.

    • Ability to stand during entire shift.

    • Must be able to maneuver throughout the dining area while carrying full trays of food & beverages.

     

     

    General Requirements


    • Must be able to effectively communicate both verbally and written, with all level of employees and guests in an attentive, friendly, courteous and service oriented manner.

    • Must be effective at listening to, understanding, and clarifying concerns raised by employees and guests.

    • Must be able to multitask and prioritize departmental functions to meet deadlines.

    • Approach all encounters with guests and employees in an attentive, friendly, courteous and service-oriented manner.

    • Attend all hotel required meetings and trainings.

    • Maintain regular attendance in compliance with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts Standards, as required by scheduling, which will vary according to the needs of the hotel.

    • Maintain high standards of personal appearance and grooming, which includes wearing the proper uniform and nametag.

    • Comply with Wyndham Hotels & Resorts Standards and regulations to encourage safe and efficient hotel operations.

    • Maximize efforts towards productivity, identify problem areas and assist in implementing solutions.

    • Must be effective in handling problems, including anticipating, preventing, identifying and solving problems as necessary.

    • Must be able to understand and apply complex information, data, etc. from various sources to meet appropriate objectives.

    • Must be able to cross-train in other hotel related areas.

    • Must be able to maintain confidentiality of information.

    • Must be able to show initiative, including anticipating guest or operational needs.

    • Perform other duties as requested by management.

    • Maintain a friendly and warm demeanor at all times.

     

     

    Fundamental Requirements


    • Employees must at all times be attentive, friendly, helpful and courteous to all guests, managers and fellow employees.

    • Be familiar with the organization of the Restaurant(s), lounges, and Room Service and know the function of each job position.

    • Have a thorough knowledge of menus and current specials in applicable outlets.

    • Service guests with all food and beverage requirements in an attentive, courteous, and efficient manner.

    • Pre-bus all tables removing soiled dishes after each course.

    • Be familiar with the operation of the P.O.S system.

    • Perform cashiering functions by closing checks and preparing end of shift paperwork.

    • Perform opening and closing procedures and side-work duties according to station rotation assignment and established checklist.

    • Ensure that tables and side stands are kept stocked, tidy and clean.

    • Keep all beverages at least ¾ full (coffee, tea, soda, water, and lemonade).

    • Breakdown trays of soiled dishes and linen in the dishroom according to established standards.

    • Answer the telephone according to standards.

    • Consistently upsell food, beverage and promotional items to guests.

    • Be familiar with fire extinguishers, locations and know how to use them.

    • Receive and deliver food and beverage orders and collect payment.

    • Ensure overall guest satisfaction.

     

     

    COMPANY OVERVIEW:

    Wyndham Hotels & Resorts is the largest hotel franchisor in the world and a leading hotel management company. We stand 20 brands strong across 9,000 hotels in more than 80 countries, and we offer the most diverse collection of hotel experiences in the world. Our iconic brands, united by the richest and simplest rewards program in the business, make hotel travel possible for all.

    Our hotel owners are the stewards of our brands, and together, we champion everyday travelers. We believe guests deserve great experiences, and our robust portfolio—distinguished by our leading economy and midscale brands—delivers just that.

    We are AmericInn® by Wyndham, Baymont® by Wyndham, Days Inn® by Wyndham, Dazzler® by Wyndham, Dolce Hotels and Resorts® by Wyndham, Esplendor® Boutique Hotels by Wyndham, Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham®, Howard Johnson® by Wyndham, La Quinta® Inns & Suites, Microtel by Wyndham®, Ramada Encore by Wyndham, Ramada Worldwide® by Wyndham, Super 8® by Wyndham, The Trademark Collection® by Wyndham, Travelodge® by Wyndham, TRYP by Wyndham®, Wingate by Wyndham®, Wyndham Garden®, Wyndham Grand® and Wyndham Hotels and Resorts®.

    Headquartered in Parsippany, N.J. with offices around the globe in London, Shanghai, Buenos Aires, Dubai and more, Wyndham Hotels & Resorts employs approximately 15,000 team members worldwide.

    Our Company is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.

    Job Location: Wyndham Grand Chicago Riverfront, 71 East Wacker Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60601

    Employment Status: Full-time

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    Multiple James Beard Award Winning Restauranteurs Stephen Starr and Keith McNally have partnered together for one of the most highly anticipated NYC restaurant openings of 2019. Pastis, the legendary French restaurant that crafted the Meatpacking District into the dining destination it is today is slated to reopen this Spring!

    If you are a lead-by-example Restaurant Manager who knows how to train, mentor and lead a top-notch team, has a passion for delicious, flavorful food executed and served with care and consistency and someone who is capable of delivering a memorable experience to all of our guests - We want to talk to you!

    Submit your resume for review today!

    STARR Restaurants offers a competitive base + bonus package, relocation assistance, full benefits, 401k, STARR Restaurants dining discount of 40% off and 2 weeks paid vacation

    Required Skills

    3+ years of progressive management experience in a well-rated, service-driven restaurant

    Prior experience opening a new restaurant a plus!

    Excellent communication and critical thinking decision-making skills

    Experience hiring, training and mentoring a diverse hourly FOH staff of at least 25 people

    Proven ability to work well under pressure and adapt quickly to change

    A positive and self-motivated disposition with a commitment to excellence and team success

    A love for French cuisine & culture!

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    Futures Education is seeking 2 FT School Social Workers to work with our Charter Based Schools in Chicago for the upcoming 18/19 ASY.


    • Type 73 Certification (PEL)

    • Master's in School Social Work

    For more information on this opportunity, please contact Chris McDaniels or 413.349.4077

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    We are located right next to McCormick place, Wintrust Arena and several hotels. We get very busy during conventions, and events at the Arena

    Must have at least 2 years experience in a similar position.

    Cooks- Line and Pizza cooks who can handle volume

    Bus and Dish- Part time positions with opportunity for full time

    Both positions must be able to stand on feet for long shifts and be reliable

    Please send back resume/ Contact info. State in reply what position you are applying for

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    Looking for a part time front desk coordinator, around 25/30 hrs a week.

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    Member Success Specialist

    mHUB is actively recruiting candidates for a full-time position as a Member Success Specialist. This individual will be actively engaged in membership relations, community outreach, and partnership development. The Specialist will assist a fast-growing organization to support the needs of nation’s largest innovation center, product development and manufacturing community. mHUB is seeking a motivated, proactive self-starter who is looking to make an impact on the Chicago economy and accelerate their career growth. Strong candidates must be accountable, creative thinkers with relentless drive, with the ability to multitask effectively, work well under pressure, and possess superior interpersonal skills.

    Description of Responsibilities

    The Member Success Coordinator reports to the Membership Relations and Development Manager with primary responsibilities which include the following:

    Effective Communication and Education

    · Increase mHUB’s presence and brand awareness within the local community.

    · Ability to empower and engage our current and prospective community members by identifying their goals and proactively anticipating their needs.

    · Willingness to learn the complexities surrounding mHUB resources, machinery, and the processes of manufacturing to relay this information to our members.

    · Ability to manage inbound and outbound communications both written and oral, including developing content for our biweekly member newsletter, flyer creation and design, and contact us requests.

    · Excellent presentation skills and ability to deliver quality tours and event welcome speeches.

    · Participate in department brainstorms for event concept creation.

    · Capable of embodying and enforcing mHUB’s Code of Conduct to new and prospective members.

    Community Outreach & Partnership Development

    · Build and maintain high-level relations with Universities (coordinate with current and prospective campus partners), VC Firms, NGOs, Incubators, local businesses, etc. to increase visibility of the mHUB community by scheduling tours, events management, and in-person meetings.

    · Engage with mHUB’s membership base to catalyze growth and drive economic impact, which includes: monthly member 1-on-1’s, keeping a pulse on community needs, while galvanizing resources to cultivate collaboration.

    · Effectively track, analyze, and provide status reports on potential leads in targeted verticals; achieve agreed-upon targets and outcomes.

    · Represent the mHUB brand externally by attending outside/internal events across Chicago and encouraging organizers to host events at mHUB.

    Member Relations

    · Educating current members on the resources available to the community and providing hands-on support resolving member inquiries in a timely fashion.

    · Ability to effectively act as a backup for weekly new member orientation sessions.

    · Brainstorm and spearhead 3-5 member-focused events per month from conception to execution.

    · Fully manage events including: catering, setup, networking, and breakdown.

    · Lead monthly recurring membership activities: Founder’s Lunch, New Member Welcome Lunch, biweekly happy hours, to name a few.

    · Ability to work cross-functionally with our programming department to match member needs with community resources.

    · Regularly soliciting feedback from members to further inform mHUB growth and value strategy.

    · Track and manage inventory (lockers, shelves, parking) using our in-house CRM.

    · Take ownership in ensuring mHUB’s coworking space and facility remain orderly and welcoming to visitors and members alike.

    · Manage membership upgrades, downgrades, and the cancellation process to support member retention.

    Qualifications

    Candidates interested in applying should meet the following qualifications:

    · 2-4 years of prior work experience in business development, account management and marketing.

    · A charismatic, confident, independent and creative individual with experience in providing administrative support in a professional work environment and customer service/relations.

    · Strong relationship building skills and familiarity with the local community.

    · Comfortable with a fast-paced and changing work environment and responsibility as well as a team player attitude.

    · Ability to learn quickly and work independently is a plus, willingness and ability to spend evenings and weekends at membership events is required.

    · Demonstrated ability to communicate and work effectively with managers and key stakeholders.

    · Must possess strong interpersonal, oral and written communication skills.

    · Proficient with Microsoft Office programs including Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint.

    · Minimum Bachelor’s degree required; graduate degree a plus.

    · Access to a personal vehicle a plus.

    · Performs other duties as assigned.

    Core Values

    Ability to uphold, embody, and articulate the following values:


    • Tackle each Day with Passion, Enthusiasm and Curiosity – What we’re doing is special. What we’re doing has impact. What we’re doing is the spark that is igniting a community.

    • Try. Learn. Grow – We are entrepreneurs. We won't be afraid to be bold and take risks. We won’t wait for the idea, we’ll create it ourselves. mHUB is a launch pad for our startups, but also for us.

    • Hold Ourselves Accountable – We agree to be personally accountable to the “promises” we make. We don’t blame others or ourselves. If we need help, we ask. If we make a mistake, we communicate it and fix it.

    • We are Greater as the Sum of our Parts – Together we are greater than alone. We are one team, and collaboration is crucial to our success. We treat one another fairly and with respect. We challenge one another to rise to our best.

    Benefits

    Health, dental and vision insurance; vacation, personal and sick days; HRA; commuter benefits; 401k; maternity / paternity leave

    How To Apply

    To apply, please submit the following items by email.

    · Cover letter

    · Resume

    · 3 Recommendations

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    Earn $12-$16/hour

    Full Time and Management Positions

    available immediately.

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    312-574-3794

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    The Chicago Public Education Fund (The Fund) was founded in 2000 by civic, business and philanthropic leaders who believed that “better schools are everyone’s business.”

    We are currently seeking one Associate to join the Growth Team. This role is a temporary position between now and May 2019, with a potential extension based on project developments. The Growth Team is passionate about exploring new possibilities that strengthen our principal quality work. To maximize the success of higher-risk initiative testing and exploration, they closely collaborate with our cross-functional leadership team to drive new ideas and help the team succeed. They demonstrate a hypothesis-driven and outcome-oriented mindset, with a bias toward action, especially in ambiguity.

    ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    The Associate will report to the Manager of Growth Projects and will be responsible for project management and strategic support for principal pipeline work.

    Responsibilities for the Associate include, but are not limited to:


    • Managing strategies to support Chicago’s principal pipeline and collaborating within a cross-functional team to execute projects that ensure strong recruitment, development and placement of aspiring school leaders.

    • Supporting The Fund’s investment process for growth work and principal pipeline projects, including due diligence around prospective investments, management of external partners and analysis of investment impact for multiple stakeholders, including The Fund’s Board of Directors.

    • Proactively preparing relevant presentations, materials and communication for stakeholders, including The Fund’s Board of Directors, Chicago Public Schools, the funding community and other partners focused on principal quality.

    • Establishing and managing strong relationships with principals, educators and other nonprofit partners to inform The Fund’s long-term vision and strategies to support principal quality.

    CANDIDATE QUALIFICATIONS

    The Fund is seeking a highly motivated professional. Successful candidates will have:


    • A strong work ethic and detail-oriented approach.

    • Comfort in new or unprecedented contexts.

    • Project planning experience with a strong track record of executing on and achieving results.

    • Strong verbal and written presentation and communication skills, particularly with diverse audiences.

    • High proficiency in Microsoft Office – particularly PowerPoint, Excel and Word.

    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

    • Ability to manage self, manage workload effectively, be flexible and adaptive, and follow through on execution in a time-sensitive, high-stakes environment.

    • Ideally, prior experience and/or interest in working in the nonprofit or education sector. 

    Please email a resume and cover letter that outline how your skills and experience meet the qualifications of the position. In your cover letter, please also indicate how you heard about this opportunity.  

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    Looking for Host with much, much More!

    Work at the #2 'Best Pizza' in Chicago. Great staff and energy. Have a passion for customer service.

    Always Work Weekends from 4:00pm/4:30pm to 9:30pm/10pm

    Some Knowledge of Opentable system is a plus, but can be trained.

    Very organized. Flexible and ability to problem solve on the spot. Excellent Customer Service Skills.

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    The BlueGreen Alliance (BGA) seeks qualified candidates for the position of State Initiatives Manager (SIM) in our Building Clean and Buy Clean Projects.

    BGA is a national partnership of America’s largest labor unions and most influential environmental organizations working to turn today’s biggest environmental challenges into our biggest economic and job-creating opportunities. Together with 15 million members and supporters, we are a powerful, unified voice calling for good, family-sustaining jobs, a clean environment, and a thriving and fair American economy.

    BGA is seeking a State Initiatives Manager (SIM) based in the Midwest. The SIM develops and leads a policy development and implementation plan for the Building Clean and Buy Clean programs, including identifying and working with a team of professionals to advance state-level policy opportunities for Building Clean and Buy Clean in targeted states. In addition, the SIM is charged with identifying and pursuing strategies to integrate Buy Local and Buy Healthy in energy efficiency retrofits of multi-family housing, as well as working to coordinate, align, and advance various organizations’ procurement efforts. The State Initiatives Manager also will work to identify and pursue strategies related to state and local procurement of clean infrastructure materials. The State Initiatives Manager reports to the Director of Healthy Sustainability Programs and works closely with the Deputy Director and other staff, as well as outside partner organizations, government agencies, and coalitions.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Developing and working to implement a state-by-state plan to identify, analyze and, move policy on the state level to create good jobs and reduce carbon emissions. In particular, such a plan will:

    o Lead the organization’s policy development regarding the Building Clean initiative and Buy Clean initiative; and

    o Identify and monitor utility, housing authority, affordable housing and other construction developers/owners, and legislative policy opportunities and help to craft a plan to move policies on the state/municipal level.

    • Working closely with the Building Clean team and Buy Clean team, build a deeper understanding of the organization’s policy strategy plan, including communicating possible opportunities for coordination between teams.

    • Working closely with the D.C.-based Research and Policy Analyst and Minneapolis-based Research Team to analyze and develop policy initiatives around Building Clean and Buy Clean and in identifying, aligning, and coordinating BGA’s procurement work.

    • Becoming a content-matter specialist in the program areas in order to conduct policy analysis, and produce content, including talking points, blogs, policy position papers, and social media content.

    • Communicating as needed/appropriate with Legislation, Communications, Organizing, West Coast and Policy Department colleagues to make connections between program area content and objectives.

    • Other duties as required.

    Skills & Qualifications:

    • 7-10 years of experience in policy development and engagement, with a background in issue and/or electoral campaigns preferred.

    • Familiarity and/or experience working with labor unions and the environmental movement.

    • Deep familiarity with clean energy, climate change, utility regulatory process and energy efficiency programs and other related issues preferred.

    • Ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously and preference for working in a fast-paced environment.

    • Ability to travel to multiple states and Washington, D.C.

    • Self-starter with excellent interpersonal skills and strong orientation to building collaborative structures.

    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

    • A deep commitment to the mission of the BlueGreen Alliance, and a positive attitude with creative thinking and problem solving skills desired.

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    Full time therapist position providing outpatient mental health services to adults, children and families, in community mental health center including the following specific responsibilities:


    • Conduct mental health assessments, develop treatment plans, and provide psychotherapeutic treatment for clients with a variety of mental health concerns
    • Consult with and work cooperatively with agency staff and other health care/ social service providers to respond to client's needs.
    • Attend and participate in supervisory and team meetings.
    • Keep client records up to date and in compliance with regulatory requirements


    The agency serves a large Latino population and this position requires fluency in English and Spanish. LCSW or LCPC preferred. Ideal candidate will have several years of broad clinical experience working with adults, children and families in an outpatient setting. Evening hours required. Salary range for full time positions starting at $43,000.


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    The School Relationship Supervisor is responsible for ensuring that a wide range of daily functions and activities that affect our client's experience with our meal programs are met. She/he will also have responsibilities for the overall management of our onsite school servers and assisting with daily communications with the schools they are staffed within.

    About Us:

    At Gourmet Gorilla™we strive for a sustainable future for children by providing local and organic school meals and healthier eating options. We are committed to working with community partners to provide solid nutrition for children to help them learn and grow. Building alliances between local farms, urban agriculturalists, dietitians, nutritionists, talented chefs, and organic food manufacturers, we are able to provide quality ingredients as well as links to educational resources on healthy food curriculum, the value of local and organic foods, garden projects, and ecological awareness.

    We are building a team of professionals who care about food and where it comes from; who choose to work in a nurturing environment where all individuals are respected and coached to grow. We value creativity, diversity, breadth of knowledge, and a desire to enjoy our profession.

    General Job Description:

    The School Relationship Supervisor ensures excellent service to students, schools, and Gourmet Gorilla and is responsible for the following:


    • Executing a healthy and enjoyable student meal experience with Gourmet Gorilla schools!

    • Keeping our schools compliant by ensuring servers are only serving reimbursable meals.

    • Driving operational directives which includes helping to ensure meal programs remain in budget through managing school food waste (which would involve helping some accounts ordering effectively) helping to identify successful and cost effect meal items, as well as help manage appropriate staffing levels.

    • Managing and training new school site service team members

    • Interacting with school leaders to support the site teams' success as well as ensuring s/he feels cared for and appreciated.

    • Advocate for customer needs as they arise, in addition to providing ongoing account stewardship ensuring a positive working relationship between the school and Gourmet Gorilla.

    • Coordinating and delivering nutrition education in schools.

    • Helping promote the Gourmet Gorilla brand and mission in schools through community and school events at our preschools, elementary and high schools.

    • Ensuring all key account orders are placed accurately by schools and/or internal staff through our online ordering system..

    • Help trouble shoot logistical and menu questions that may generate from school servers or schools .

    • Schedule server call outs to ensure full staffing at schools each day.

    • Visiting schools where we staff our servers on a regular basis.

    Requirements


    • Dietetics or nutrition degree preferred

    • Basic math skills addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

    • Basic computer skills: Microsoft Office Programs, online database programs

    • Prioritizing daily, weekly and monthly responsibilities

    • Project management

    • Mid-level management experience

    • Leadership: Assess, coaching, motivate, discipline staff to meet goals.

    • Food handler certification

    Please submit a resume and thoughtful cover letter.

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    Organization Overview

    At MEEA, we leverage our unique position as the Midwest’s key champion and trusted information resource on energy efficiency policies and programs to help our members and stakeholders identify, understand and implement cost-effective energy efficiency strategies that provide economic and environmental benefits.

    As a collaborative network and an influential membership organization spanning thirteen states, we provide a professional forum where energy providers, policymakers, implementers, manufacturers, advocates, and other stakeholders can make connections, seek advice and learn about energy efficiency. With our dynamic annual conference, MEEA plays an important role in forging partnerships, promoting new technologies and curating the evolving conversation around economic sustainability and environmental stewardship from energy efficiency.

    Position Summary

    MEEA is seeking a Director of Programs to be located in its Chicago, IL office. The Director is responsible for the management of all MEEA’s program initiatives and is a member of MEEA’s Senior Leadership Team. The Director of Programs is the strategic leader interfacing with MEEA’s current and potential program sponsors as well as overseeing MEEA’s program design and administration for contracted utility, state and local energy efficiency programs. The Director of Programs will also have the opportunity to identify and evaluate new technologies, potential programs and areas of interest. The responsibilities for this position include, but are not limited to:

    · Oversee and manage MEEA’s program staff

    · Work with other directors to develop and attain MEEA’s program vision and goals

    · Manage existing program portfolio of over $3.5 million and work with program staff to develop new opportunities

    · Represent MEEA in meetings, conferences and events and develop and maintain working relationships with potential sponsors, mainly utilities and government agencies

    · Be a strategic thinker to design and secure sponsorship of new potential programs

    · Be a technical resource for programmatic information and technical questions from Members and program sponsors

    · Report to Executive Director, work closely with MEEA’s Board and lead MEEA’s Program Committee

    · Manage MEEA’s programs grants and contracts, ensuring compliance and accurate reporting

    · Manage Midwest collaboratives on advanced lighting, home performance and market transformation and establish regional collaboratives to address member needs

    · Responsible for developing MEEA Program budgets and achieving financial targets

    · Work collaboratively with MEEA leadership to fulfil MEEA mission and vision and achieve strategic goals

    Professional Qualifications

    The successful candidate should have broad knowledge of energy efficiency policies, programs and technologies, excellent communications, organization and networking skills, and ability to work collaboratively as well as independently. The specific qualifications desired include:

    · Minimum 7 years’ experience working on energy programs preferably for a utility, state energy office or contractor organization

    · Broad technical knowledge and ability to communicate to key stakeholders required

    · Management experience required

    · Experience with program design, reporting and administration required

    · Demonstrated understanding of the efficiency marketplace and major players in the Midwest

    · Self-starter with ability to work on multiple projects

    · Commitment and passion for energy efficiency and collaboration

    · Bachelor’s degree in environmental management, engineering, economics or applicable field. Master’s degree is desired.

    · Green certifications are a plus

    · Position requires travel, approximately 20% of the time

    · This position requires a pre-employment background check, including drug test. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of this screening.

    Compensation

    The compensation for this position will be commensurate with experience.

    Location

    Civic Opera Building

    20 N Wacker Dr.

    Chicago, IL 60606

     

    How To Apply

    Submit cover letter and resume with subject “Program Director” by February 1, 2019. Candidates considered for interviews will be asked to provide writing samples and three references. No phone calls please.

    MEEA is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination with regard to race, sex, gender, color, age, religion, creed, class, sexual orientation, national origin, and disability.

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    POSITION OVERVIEW

    The Program Director serves as the programmatic and clinical anchor for Amplify Chicago, a new initiative under The Academy Group (more information in Who We Are section). Amplify Chicago is a justice system to professional pipeline for people ages 18-24 designed to drive economic development and wealth creation in Chicago’s most resilient communities.

    The Program Director is responsible for the design and implementation of the BASE (Business, Academic, Social, Emotional) Coaching model for individual and group supports as well as partnering with the Project Manager on oversight and quality control of the program. Organized around the structures and values of a transformational healing relationship, BASE Coaching focuses on addressing traumatic stress in order to maximize academic growth and employment readiness. The Director is responsible for BASE Coaching day-to-day data capture and tracking individual progress from intake through each phase of support and programming.

    This position will also serve as the onsite culture and expectations keeper and oversee logistics and program flow. Additionally, as a start-up initiative piloting its first cohort, this Director is expected to contribute to the ongoing development and refinement of the model in order to drive maximum long-term impact. This position reports to the Amplify Executive Director.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ATTRIBUTES

    · Knowledge of community strengths, challenges and opportunities relating to the mission of The Academy Group (AG) and the objectives of Amplify Chicago

    · Experience developing caring, trusting, and reliable relationships with young people and families; ability to leverage relationships in order to provide personalized care and support

    · Demonstrated experience building relationships with community-based organizations

    · Significant experience developing and implementing training for clinicians and non-clinicians who work with young people

    · Significant experience delivering clinical/social supports and implementing restorative practices with high risk young men and women

    · Strong interpersonal, analysis, written and verbal communication skills

    · Effective organizational/strategic planning/project management skills

    · Resiliency under pressure, de-escalation intervention skills

    · Demonstrate mission-focus, passion, integrity and zest

    · Ability to work independently and handle simultaneous tasks

    · Ability to operate a personal computer and maintain confidential information

    QUALIFICATIONS

    · Master’s degree from an accredited college/university in social work, psychology or related field preferred

    · Valid Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) or equivalent preferred

    · Minimum 5 years working with a racially, culturally and socioeconomically diverse caseload of young people and their families

    · Expertise in trauma informed interventions and cognitive behavioral therapy

    · Training/expertise in making psychosocial assessments and designing intervention plans

    · Experience implementing restorative justice practices preferred

    RESPONSIBILITIES

    · Complete and coordinate the participant intake and assessment process

    o Working closely with other Amplify staff, create and monitor individual BASE Plans

    o Conduct and document Base Coaching sessions each week

    o Document significant contacts, events and progress through Salesforce

    · Identify and mobilize around the clinical needs of participants

    o Cultivate referral services including substance abuse, childcare, expungement, etc.

    o Organize, facilitate, and supervise trainings for the development of participants including manhood, cognitive behavioral Intervention, mindfulness, etc.

    · Partner with Amplify team to ensure all expectations and goals are being met excellently

    · Provide professional development and supervision to additional staff as appropriate

    · Serve as the keeper of restorative justice (RJ) practices for Amplify, including the integration of RJ practices throughout the program design and components

    · Working closely with the Amplify team, inform the continued build out and refinement of the Salesforce case management system/tool

    · Provide timely and effective intervention for young people and families in crisis situations

    · Create a participant crisis protocol and train Amplify staff on proper implementation

    · Working with the Amplify team, design and implement recognition and incentive structures

    · Assist in recruitment efforts for subsequent cohorts

    · Provide clinical advice and consultation to AG as needed and appropriate

    · Other duties as assigned

    WHO WE ARE

    The Academy Group

    The Academy Group (AG) is a unique enterprise founded to realize the long-term potential of young people from underserved communities across the United States. In 2017, we launched the Chicago Academy. We expect to establish Academies in cities across the nation in the years ahead. AG students develop agency and belief through: high dosage, individualized academic programming; case-based business curriculum; college and career counseling; rigorous job preparation and internships and; personalized advising and mentoring. AG is built on a sustainable business model that aligns the commercial and social sectors. AG takes ownership stakes in a diverse portfolio of companies to fund the education programs, provide internships for students, and create employment opportunities for AG graduates.

    Amplify Chicago

    An initiative founded under the AG umbrella and fueled by the same belief that talent is ubiquitous, Amplify Chicago (Amplify) builds justice system to professional pathways for young people age 18-24. Amplify recruits’ participants from community-based organizations, alternative schools and local justice-system institutions, and will launch with a cohort of 10 young men in February 2019. Amplify’s model includes career-specific academic curriculum, experiential learning, restorative justice practices, trauma-informed interventions, employment readiness training and immersive employment experiences. Together, Amplify and AG will accelerate impact by taking advantage of economies of scale and promoting collaboration.

    Benefits

    The Academy Group offers a competitive salary and comprehensive medical, vision, dental and 401k package

    Level of Language Proficiency

    Proficient in English

    How To Apply

    Please submit cover letter and resume

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    $13 - $14 an hour

    CBD Kratom in Chicago, IL is looking for sales associates to join our team. We are located on 2048 N. Damen Ave. in Bucktown. Our ideal candidate is a self-starter, punctual, and engaged.

    Responsibilities

    *Welcomes customers by greeting them and offering them assistance. *Directs customers by escorting them to our products. *Advises customers by providing information on products. *Processes payments by totaling purchases; processing cash, and credit cards. *Use judgment to solve customer problems *Maintains scheduling commitments

     

    Qualifications

    *Friendly and outgoing personality *Excellent verbal skills *Able to problem solve as issues arise

    We are looking forward to receiving your application. Thank you.


    • Please attach a resume and a cover letter!

    Available shifts and compensation: We have available shifts all days of the week. Compensation is $13.00 - $14.00/hour.

    About CBD Kratom / Mr. Nice Guy: CBD Kratom is proud to operate in Chicago, St. Louis, Dallas and Los Angeles! We’re your 1-stop shop for CBD oils and edibles, hemp products, various strains of Kratom and lots more. Mr. Nice Guy is a Smoke Shop proud to be locally owned and operated in the Greater St. Louis area, Fairview Heights IL and Chicago IL. We’re your 1-stop shop for vaporizers and vape pen replacement parts, pipes, hookahs, glass bubblers, rolling papers, electronic cigarettes, awesome t-shirts, delicious brownies and more.

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    1. Conducts activities to increase awareness and utilization of health resources including Carelink Program.

    2. Provides reliable references and education health materials.

    3. Makes appropriate referrals to health and services providers.

    4. Conducts outreach and education to the community in the western suburban areas.

    5. Recruits and secure individuals to become volunteers in this project and assist with health workshops.

    Level of Language Proficiency

    Bilingual (Spanish) and competency and knowledge of working with the target population.


    1. Secures trainings to volunteers who will be engaged with the project.

    2. Maintains appropriate records and required statistics of services provided.

    3. Assists in the preparation of required reports.

    4. Provides presentations on topics related to health and social determinants of health.

    5. Attend Coalition and/or community meetings.

    6. Keeps informed of issues affecting the community and communicate them to the Community Organizer.

    7. Other duties as assigned.


    • Knowledge and experience working with the Latino Community at the western suburbs.

    • Ability to work flexible hours

    • Bilingual (Spanish) and competency and knowledge of working with the target population.

    • Public Speaking and interpersonal skills

    • Knowledge of local public health programs and services.

    Mujeres Latinas en Acción hires the most qualified candidates without regard to any person’s race, color sex, gender identity, gender expression, age religion, disability, national, origin, ancestry, sexual orientation, marital status, parental status, military discharge status or source of income.

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    About Us: 

    The Heartland Alliance Marjorie Kovler Center helps transform the lives of individuals recovering from the complex consequences of politically-sanctioned torture. Kovler Center provides medical, mental health, and social services; trains and educates locally and globally; and advocates for the end of torture worldwide. Based in the Rogers Park neighborhood Chicago, one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the United States, the Kovler Center serves individuals from more than 50 countries. The Kovler Center is a program of Heartland Alliance International (HAI), an international human rights organization that addresses some of the world’s most complex human rights challenges by ensuring healing and justice for extremely vulnerable populations. HAI is comprised of nearly a dozen country offices implementing programs on a broad range of human rights issues globally. HAI has significant expertise in the fields of trauma-informed mental health care and access to justice for survivors of rights abuses. It is also an industry leader in access to high-quality and stigma-free health care. Across all of its programs, HAI promotes progressive, innovative approaches to human rights protections and gender equality.

    The Case Manager at the Kovler Child Trauma Center will provide direct social support services to youth and their families in Category III Center National Child Traumatic Stress Network trauma center. This center is focused on providing high quality, culturally and linguistically responsive, trauma informed clinical services and interventions to best meet the needs of immigrant and refugee youth and families who have been impacted by war, forced migration, resettlement, family separation, and/or torture.

    Summary

    This position provides a broad range of case management services within guidelines established by the Organization and specific programs. Populations served will vary by program but may include: children; adults; families; immigrants; refugees; and individuals with mental illness, HIV/AIDS and/or substance use issues. Individual accountabilities and work volume will be established through the development of annual Success Objectives, within the framework outlined below.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:


    • Provides advocacy, assessment, and case management services to youth and their families.

    • Conducts outreach and intake as assigned.

    • Counsels and aids individuals and families requiring assistance, including but not limited to problems such as personal and family adjustments, finances, employment, food, clothing, housing, medication monitoring and adherence.

    • Assesses physical and mental impairments to determine nature and degree of problem.

    • Supervises program participants individually or in groups.

    • Secures information, such as medical, psychological, and social factors contributing to program participant's situation, evaluates these and program participant's capacities, and establishes appropriate service plan.

    • Counsels program participant individually, in family, or in groups regarding plans for meeting needs, and aids program participant to mobilize capabilities and environmental resources to improve social functioning.

    • Helps program participant to modify attitudes and patterns of behavior by increasing understanding of self, personal problems, and program participant's part in creating them.

    • Refers program participants to community resources and other organizations, determines program participant's eligibility for financial assistance, and provides financial assistance and support to program participants in accord with Organizational policies and procedures.

    • Compiles records and prepares statistical reports as required.Reviews service plan and performs follow-up to determine quantity and quality of service provided to program participant and status of the program participant’s case.

    • Participates as assigned in the implementation of counseling, education or activity groups.

    • Completes accurately and in a timely manner all necessary forms, case records and statistical reports.Submits such documentation to the supervisor/manager within the designated time lines.

    • Participates and contributes actively in regular supervisory and team/unit meeting, in house training sessions, conferences, seminars and independent study.

    • Adheres to professional standards as outlined by governmental bodies, NASW (and/or other appropriate professional associations), private funding sources, Organization plans/policies and program guidelines.Participates in periodic evaluative reviews and/or in-house and external staff training to ensure that he/she understands and continues to adhere to such standards.Initiates requests for assistance from Supervisor to address new issues or complex concepts affecting adherence to professional standards.

    Additional Duties and Responsibilities:


    • Transportation of program participants and/or Organizational property may be required.

    • In residential programs, household maintenance responsibilities may be assigned.

    • Other duties may be assigned.

    Qualifications: 

    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.



    • Education and/or Experience:High school diploma or equivalent and minimum of five years experience in case work, human services or related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience.


    • Language Skills:Fluency in a second language may be required. Ability to read and interpret documents such operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.


    • Other Qualifications: A valid driver’s license may be required.


    • Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.


    • Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

    Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


    • The employee may be required to remain on Organization premises during breaks and/or meal periods and may

    • May be required to visit clients in their homes or in institutions.

    • While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear.

    • The employee is frequently required to reach with hands and arms.

    • The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.

    • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

    • Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

    Heartland Alliance makes all hiring and employment decisions, and operates all programs, services, and functions without regard to race, receipt of an order of protection, creed, color, age, gender, gender identity, marital or parental status, religion, ancestry, national origin, amnesty, physical or mental disability, protected veterans status, genetic information, sexual orientation, immigrant status, political affiliation or belief, use of FMLA, VESSA, military, and family military rights, ex-offender status (depending on the offense and position to be filled), unfavorable military discharge, membership in an organization whose primary purpose is the protection of civil rights or improvement of living conditions and human relations, height, weight, or HIV infection, in accord with the organization's AIDS Policy Statement of September 1987.

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    Cochon Volant Brasserie is looking for Line Cooks to join our team! We are a French brasserie located at 100 W. Monroe (corner of Monroe & Clark) in Chicago's Loop neighborhood.

    AM and PM shifts available. Competitive hourly pay. Great opportunity if you're looking to work in a fast-paced, high volume, energetic restaurant in the Loop area. Stop by between 1-5pm with resume and ask for Chef Jose or Chef Matt.

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    About the Position

    The Program and Communications Coordinator will work with the program staff, patients, and the Executive Director to manage the patient experience: scheduling appointments, making follow-up calls to ensure patients understand their medications, conducting regular patient surveys, collecting stories through patient interviews, and ultimately helping patients use their success to inspire others to take children’s health more seriously. This position uses interpersonal and written communication to help make medical care easier for families to access and understand. The successful candidate will also communicate with donors and community partners about the needs of patients, enabling supporters to be a part of the success they enable.

    · Direct appointment scheduling, reminder calls/texts, maintenance of patient records, and collection of data about the patient experience

    · Interviews with patients and families about the services they receive

    · Production of written stories, videos, and pictures to be shared in a variety of contexts

    · Outreach at various health fairs, especially during summer months

    · Cross-training on a variety of tasks in the clinic environment, including days working on the Asthma and Dental Vans

    · Occasional grant writing, assistance with planning events, and other development tasks

    Mobile Care Chicago’s team emphasizes skills development in a variety of contexts, so the successful candidate will have a natural curiosity and a motivation to have a hand in a range of assignments. Because the coordinator position is directly working with families, the successful candidate will need to be a strong communicator and extrovert.

    Required Qualifications

    Very strong written and oral communication skills

    A college degree in the humanities, or experience in community organizing

    Fluency in English and Spanish

    Highly developed interpersonal and presentation skills

    Proficient in logistical thinking

    Demonstrated ability to juggle priorities and meet deadlines

    Friendliness and a good sense of humor

    An automobile and valid Driver’s License

    Most importantly, a commitment to bettering the lives of low-income families

    Qualifications A Plus, But Not Required

    Native of Chicago or the surrounding area

    Personal experience with asthma, severe allergies, or poor oral health

    Background in creative writing

    Front-line experience in the service industry

    Experience in event planning, sales, non-profit fundraising or comparable field

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    Kizuki Ramen started in Tokyo, Japan and now has 22 restaurants in Tokyo, two restaurants in Taiwan, four (soon to be six) restaurants in Seattle and Portland, and one in the Wicker Park neighborhood!

    We want to be the best fast casual experience in Chicago and a great place to work for our team members. The Wicker Park location is also one of the largest Kizuki Ramen and Izakaya restaurants world wide!

    We are growing fast and in need of new talent additions to our team. We are looking for team members who enjoy working in a very busy environment, embrace different challenges and love customers in both part time or full time employment.

    Open availability is very important and must speak English! Speaking Japanese is a plus but not a must.

    We are looking for team members who are looking for an opportunity to grow in a successful company!

    Make it a career, not a job!

    Competitive pay rate is depending on experience.

    Back of the House

    -Basic knife skills

    -Deep Fryer knowledge

    -Valid Food Handlers Permit

    -Ability to learn fast and be quick

    -Experience is required (not necessarily Japanese cuisine)

    -Ability to lift up to 40 lbs

    -Full time or Part time

    Entry Cook (2 positions) $12+

    -- Basic cooking techniques

    -- Basic Knife Skills

    -- Knowledge of Japanese food not required

    Pantry Cook (1 positions) $13.5+

    -- 1 year of pantry/fry experience at high volume establishments or

    -- 2 year of line experiences

    -- Advanced Knife Skills

    -- Knowledge of Japanese food preferred but required

    Line Lead (2 positions) $14+

    -- 2 year of line experiences

    -- 1 year of management experience as a shift lead (line or other equivalents)

    -- Good communication is a must

    -- Higher promotion available depending on experiences and skill mastery

    FOH

    Server (+$20 include tips)

    -Have a positive attitude

    -Have a "Guest First" mentality

    -Have reliable transportation

    -Multilingual is a plus

    -Very organized and excellent at multitasking

    -Minimum 2 years of serving experience

    -Up to date Food Handlers Permit

    -Up to date MAST license

    FOH Assistant

    -Have a positive attitude

    -Have a "Guest First" mentality

    -Have reliable transportation

    -Multilingual a plus

    -Very organized and excellent at multitasking

    Dishwasher($12-13/ hour)

    -Efficient and on time

    -Fast and reliable

    -Must have work and food handler permit

    -Must be able to lift up to 40lbs

    We are also looking for General Store Manager, Floor Manager, Kitchen Manager (DOE)

    ***Please email us your resume by replying this post. Thank you****

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    Position Summary

    We provide our utility clients with a wide range of energy-saving and renewable energy solutions. From individual utility customers and construction contractors, to utilities, municipalities, and government bodies, our clients have come to depend on our customized energy efficiency programs to help them to meet their energy saving goals.

    This position is responsible for identifying and delivering key operations improvements to the program. The focus area of these improvements will be with tools (Excel based), process changes, and IM led enhancements. Position will deliver project management deliverables to ensure improvements follow a timeline and meet critical deadlines. Position must identify improvement opportunities independently, but must also respond to client needs and program manager need.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities

    This list of duties and responsibilities is not all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities, as management may deem necessary from time to time.


    • Program Tool Development

    o Identify and deliver enhancements in reporting and tracking of program operations that will drive productivity or improve program management capabilities.

    o Solidify and streamline tools that can be used as client and program deliverables.

    o Develop project timelines and manage to critical milestones to ensure on-time delivery. Report on in progress and upcoming tasks that follow the project timelines.

    o Liaison with other support departments, and potentially the client, to move projects and enhancements to completion.

    o Identify opportunities for automation through advanced Excel tools or through IM development.


    • Change Management and Support

    o Act as point person for delivering all key process, technology, or tool enhancements.

    o Plan for any necessary training needs, process changes, and reporting capabilities that come as a result of program enhancements.

    o Supporting the roll out (which may involve development, testing, and training) of any new tools or program features.

    o Focus on identifying and delivering continuous improvement opportunities through system and process advancements.


    • Program Reporting

    o Manage all reporting needs of the program which may include invoicing, data entry validations, and troubleshooting.

    o Train additional staff personnel on reporting capabilities to broaden the regions reporting skills.

    Position Requirements

    Education and Experience


    • High School diploma or equivalent required

    • One to two years of previous customer service/sales/office experience required.

    • Two years of report design and development.

    • One to two years in client facing project management.

    Required Skills, Knowledge and Abilities


    • Strong customer service and communication skills

    • Must be able to handle a wide work variety and work in a fast-paced environment

    • Must be a detail-oriented, organized, self-starter, and have an ability to prioritize workload

    • Ability to identify and resolve project application issues with customers and trade allies

    • Proficient in Microsoft Office, specifically Word, Excel and Outlook

    • Strong data entry skills in entering information in tracking systems/databases

    • Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing with customers, clients and employees

    • Ability to analyze and interpret data and solve practical problems

    • Knowledge of mathematical concepts such as fractions, percentages and ratios

    • Reliable transportation

    Licenses & Certifications


    • Valid driver’s license

    Travel Requirements


    • Willingness to travel less than 10% of the time

    Physical Demands and Work Environment


    • Required to sit, stand, walk; talk and hear; and ability to touch and handle tools and/or controls

    • The employee is frequently required to stand, walk, kneel, crouch, and/or crawl

    • Ability to lift up to 50 pounds

    • Noise level is typically moderate to loud

    • May occasionally be exposed to moving mechanical parts; high, precarious places; fumes or airborne particles; toxic or caustic chemicals; outside weather conditions and risk of electrical shock

    • May occasionally be exposed to wet and/or humid conditions; extreme cold; extreme heat; and vibration. In these circumstances, the employee will be required to comply with the prevailing safety training in place according to the individual customer requirements

    Note: Reasonable accommodations may be made for individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

    The above information describes the general duties and requirements necessary to perform the principle functions of the position. This shall not be construed as a detailed description of all the duties and requirements that may be necessary in this position.

    An Equal Opportunity Employer

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    RLI is a different kind of company.

    It's a place where talented people can experience an entrepreneurial culture and the energy it fosters. They have the freedom and the authority to do things their way, the resources to help make it happen and a share of the rewards when they succeed.

    We are currently seeking a talented Operations Representative with a passion for delivering engaging customer experiences to work as part of a high-performing team. The ideal candidate will provide timely, efficient, and accurate support to Underwriting with respect to issuing policies; statistical coding; other miscellaneous back-end processes for new, renewal, and endorsement transactions; and miscellaneous clerical responsibilities for office or department.

    Principal Duties and Responsibilities


    • Performs simple and routine data entry.

    • Sorts and routes incoming department mail, email, and faxes.

    • Performs general clerical work as a department administrative assistant.

    • Serves as primary receptionist for the branch office.

    • Miscellaneous office duties

    Required Skills


    • Ability to follow operations procedures as outlined by the Operations Manager.

    • Ability to meet processing deadlines with minimal error.

    • Ability to manage a variety of projects, both long- and short-term simultaneously.

    • Ability to use database software including Windows operating systems, computer network environment and printers to process insurance policy changes.

    • Accurate data entry.

    Required Experience


    • Associates degree preferred. Must have completion of a high school education or its equivalent, and up to 2 years of experience in a similar position.

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    Commission

    Basic Requirement

    Your desire to be among the Leaders of a new Billion Dollar Industry. Your day will be spent researching facts in the Retail Industry, Information gathering from Retailers, Product Manufacturers, Dealers and Distributors. Your strong desire to develop Leadership in areas of Research & Development of retail systems, demographic data and shopping behavior. You have a dedicated business spirit and willing to work hard. You are a strategic thinker who can get and share information from sources. You are persuasive and think creatively out of the box. You are a fast learner, trust and relationship builder. You are flexible and can work in teams closely.

    Your Day will consist of

    Fulfilling a daily agenda of information gathering. Preparing competitive analysis for the sales and marketing team. Working closely with your team to develop executable data according to the agenda. Interacting with team to ensure quality information is vetted. Crush daily/weekly/monthly business development activity requirements and revenue goals. Forecast, track and report performance. Position Belcom as a world leader in “Front Face” Cash Register Receipt Advertising.

    Must Haves

    Complete mastery of English and experience in a successful research role or a strong passion/interest in a R+D career. Desire to learn new technology, meet and exceed goals. The desire to learn on a daily basis. A champion’s track record of excellence. The ability to work in a team environment and contribute to the team’s goals. The desire to be the best at what you do or aspire to become.

     

    What’s in it for you

    Opportunity to Fast Track Advancement to Lead Department or Region.

    Mid to High Five Figure Salary.

    Team Incentive Commission Override of 1%.

    Work Expectation

    20% On the Road

    80% Home Office

    Reporting to

    Office Location

    Chicago, IL USA

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    Internship

    Midwest Health Center is a family practice located in Wicker Park, Chicago. We are looking for an innovative intern dedicated to helping expand the practice and gain marketing experience. Our medical practice offers aesthetic services as well, such as chemical peels and IPL photofacials. The intern will be in charge of preparing advertising or promotional materials, as well managing our day-to-day online presence through social channels. This position is ideal for a self-motivated, positive, and detail oriented individual interested in Advertising and Medicine. Ability to deal with uncertainty and adapt accordingly in a hectic environment is essential. The intern must be proactive, innovative, and consistently willing to improve.

    Duties:

    Manage our day-to-day online presence through social channels (Facebook, twitter etc..)

    Design promotional digital materials on a budget

    Create promotions through Groupon, Living social etc.

    Track the growth and the impact of social media on our business

    Assist in basic administrative tasks when needed

    Learn about our services and be able to explain services and products to customers

    The length of the internship is 12 weeks and can extend beyond that time depending on business needs. There is opportunity for future employment.

    Education and/or Experience:

    Must be currently enrolled as a Junior or Senior at a 2 or 4 year college, majoring in Marketing, Communications, Design or Advertising.

    Communication Skills

    Strong writing skills

    Ability to communicate professionally.

    Listens well to others.

    Maintains Confidentiality.

    Ability to write reports and correspondence.

    Analytical & Technical Skills:

    Strong analytical skills, attention to detail, accurate, organized.

    Strong skill set with PCs and MS products (i.e. Excel, Word, PowerPoint).

    Significant experience with social media, including Facebook & Twitter.

    To be considered, please submit the following:

    -Cover letter - tell us why you want this internship and why we should choose you

    Resume

    Recent transcript (unofficial copy is acceptable)

    To apply, email your cover letter and resume

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    Department(s): Brand & Experience

    Reports To: VP of Brand & Experience

    Position Summary:

    The role of Bright Pink’s (“BP’s”) Director of Marketing (“Director”) is to oversee the execution of all marketing, campaign, and promotional activities. The Director is responsible for generating awareness of and engagement with the organization’s programmatic and development initiatives through multi-channel (primarily digital) marketing strategy. The Director will report to the VP of Brand and Experience and collaborate closely with the Sr. Manager of Digital Communications and paid digital agency partners.

    Essential Functions


    • Develop a multi-channel marketing strategy (emphasis on digital) that drives mass awareness of the value of knowing your breast and ovarian cancer risk and acquires audiences in to our constituent journey.

    • Oversee execution of the marketing plan across all channels inclusive of web properties, social channels, video platforms, email, influencer marketing, SEO, paid search, paid media, OOH.

    • Implement cross-channel marketing automation to nurture leads, drive action, and personalize experience throughout constituent journey.

    • Lead creative conception, development, execution of thematic digital campaigns including Mother’s Day, Call Your Doctor Day, Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

    • Manage strategy and day-to-day with agency partners/vendors for web development/design, paid digital media, SEO & paid search, etc.

    • Ensure the look, tone, and feel of BP’s brand remains consistent and effective

    • Analyze and optimize marketing data for efficiency and effectiveness and prepare marketing reporting for Senior Leadership Team

    • Remain current in cultural/technological/digital marketing trends in reaching target constituency.

    • Liaise with the Development team to advise on digital marketing tactics to increase online donations and peer-to-peer fundraising.

    • Liaise with Corporate Partnerships Manager to identify integration opportunities for partners across Bright Pink’s channels and in campaigns.

    Physical Demands:

    The physical demand characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand, walk, talk, read, see and hear. The employee is frequently required to use hands and fingers to type, handle, or feel and reach. The employee is regularly required to sit. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.

    Status: Full time. Exempt from the provisions of wage and salary regulations.

    Education: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college with a strong preference for Digital Marketing, Advertising, or Communications

    Experience: Five to seven years of experience managing B2C digital marketing strategies

    Professional Qualities:


    • Demonstrated record of meeting professional goals and guiding staff to meet team goals.

    • Interest in women’s health and ability to understand and explain Bright Pink programs and impact to constituent audiences.

    • Expertise in brand positioning and communications

    • Expertise in the development of digital marketing strategies and content that acquires, engages, nurtures consumers/constituents.

    • Experience developing marketing & communications strategy for a lifestyle consumer brand

    • Experience in multicultural/transcultural marketing, specific experience marketing to African American Women a plus.

    • Strong oral and written communications skills with experience writing and editing in AP style.

    • Strong campaign & project management skills.

    • Computer savvy with experience in Microsoft Suite, Adobe Suite, CSS/CMS, Social Platforms, Google Analytics, and CRM.

    • Aptitude for analysis, interpretation, and translation of information.

    • Demonstrated ability to collaborate with others (management, agency partners/vendors, board members, and staff) to accomplish goals.

    • Flexible enough to handle multiple projects in a fast-paced environment.

    • Curious and thoughtful approach to work characterized by a desire to solve problems and continuously improve quality of work.

    • Demonstrate and further Bright Pink’s brand values of Brightness, Proactivity, Partnerships, Inclusiveness, Innovation, and Impact

    • A sincere commitment to the mission and philosophy of Bright Pink is required.

    Disclaimer:

    The above job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. It is not an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position. Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform other job-related duties requested by their supervisor in compliance with Federal and State Laws.

    All job requirements are subject to possible modification to reasonably accommodate individuals with disabilities. Some requirements may exclude individuals who pose a direct threat or significant risk to the health and safety of themselves or other employees.

    Bright Pink works affirmatively to include diversity among its workforce and does not discriminate in the selection of its staff on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, income, marital status, or any other dimension of diversity. We encourage diverse candidates to apply for this position.

    Requirements are representative of minimum levels of knowledge, skills and/or abilities. To perform this job successfully, the employee must possess the abilities or aptitudes to perform each duty proficiently. Continued employment remains on an “at-will” basis.

     

    To Apply:

    Please send your resume and cover letter with Director of Marketing in the subject line.

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    We are hiring

    Pizza maker / Deliver

    apply in person

    4422 s Pulaski, Chicago IL 60632

    info: 773.369.6414

    Part time / Full time

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    4422 s Pulaski, Chicago IL 60632

    info: 773.369.6414

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    The Better Government Association (BGA) seeks a full-time Policy Director. This position plays a lead role in the development, coordination, and implementation of the BGA’s policy agenda. The Policy Director will report to the BGA’s President & CEO.

    The BGA is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that combines investigative journalism, advocacy, and civic engagement to promote good government at the local, county, and state levels in Illinois. Its offices are located in Chicago.

    The BGA Policy team is a leading advocate for open records and open government in Illinois. Its policy agenda has included fair maps, pension reform and government consolidation. The BGA Policy team operates completely independent of the BGA’s investigative team—which conducts deep journalistic investigations of corruption, mismanagement, inefficiency, inequity and lack of transparency. The Policy team at times proposes policy solutions to structural failures uncovered by the BGA’s investigative work.

    Responsibilities:

    · The Policy Director will develop and initiate policy campaigns, monitor and analyze policy proposals, research best practices in government, and support ally organizations, BGA staff and volunteers in planning and executing sound policy advocacy.

    · The Policy Director will be a public voice of the BGA, articulating and advancing the BGA’s policy agenda, influencing local and state decision-making on public policies affecting the delivery of good government.

    · The Policy Director heads a three-person team, guiding and directing the coordination of work, editing as needed and helping colleagues achieve high performance and professional growth.

    · The Policy Director is directly involved in the management and coordination of multi‐issue campaigns that involve players from multiple sectors, which include community and labor organizations, governmental officials, and academia.

    · The Policy Director will meet directly with public officials to discuss policy issues; carve out a lead role for the BGA in collaborating with allied groups; conduct education and training events; schedule and facilitate large- and small-group meetings with legislators, civic leaders, and other key stakeholders involved with identified issues; and leverage the BGA’s suite of digital advocacy tools to execute campaigns.

    · The position also includes robust communication of the BGA’s policy positions on TV, radio, in print, on-line and through public appearances.

    Qualifications:

    · The ideal candidate will have a minimum of four years of advocacy experience with a strong emphasis on both legislative advocacy and community organizing, or relevant expertise and experience in journalism, government or a related field.

    · A strong candidate must understand the Illinois, Chicago City Council and Cook County legislative processes, including how to read and analyze legislative documents such as bills, amendments and committee reports; committee testimony, records, debates, and actions; floor debates and actions; and the messages and actions of the governor, City of Chicago mayor and Cook County president.

    · The successful candidate will protect the BGA’s non-partisan standing while advocating for policy reforms and interacting effectively with partisans from all sides of public policy issues.

    · A leading candidate will be able to contribute to the BGA’s community engagement work by using effective tactics—in-person and online—to inform the public and build support for reform. The BGA works both with grass-roots organizations and in coalitions of established advocacy groups.

    · The successful applicant will be an effective public speaker, capable of representing the BGA before legislative bodies, community groups and the media, and also will be an accomplished writer and editor with an ability to publish advocacy in major news media.

    · The successful candidate also will have a track record for open and effective internal and external communication, and a flexible and collaborative working style.

    · The ideal candidate will have good judgment and excellent analytical and strategic thinking capabilities; the ability to work quickly and effectively under pressure; the capacity to pay close attention to detail while working in a fast‐paced environment and juggling multiple tasks; and the ability to effectively work independently as well as part of a team made up of people from diverse backgrounds and in partnership with other organizations.

    · A strong candidate must possess strong interpersonal skills and be able to work collaboratively with fellow BGA staff of highly motivated, enthusiastic, personable, hard‐working and committed individuals.

    · A successful candidate will work weekends and evenings as demanded by legislative developments or the BGA’s policy agenda.

    · Will be expected to travel to Springfield as needed during legislative sessions and other parts of the state as warranted.

    DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: JANUARY 15, 2019.

    Send cover letter and resume to Ernest Crowder. No phone calls.

    The Better Government Association is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We seek and encourage applicants from all backgrounds and do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, non-disqualifying physical or mental disability, national origin, veteran status or any other basis covered by appropriate law.

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    Organization Description

    Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) is the national trade association of the solar energy industry representing over 1,000 member companies from across the world. Our mission is to make solar energy mainstream in the United States through advancing policy that expands markets and removes market barriers.

    In 2018 solar is once again among the fastest growing industries in the United States. To reflect our growth, we are in the process of expanding and are hiring for the following position: 

    The Midwest Regional Manager is responsible for the development and implementation of SEIA’s policies and positions in the dynamic and growing solar markets in the Midwest. The position reports to the Vice President of State Affairs, and will work in close collaboration with other SEIA departments including Research, Communications and Membership.

    The ideal candidate should have the desire and demeanor to build a strong network within the solar and clean energy industries and will have had professional exposure to solar power policy and/or markets, and be familiar with enabling technologies such as storage, demand response, distribution management systems and electric vehicles. In addition, some familiarity with event management, interactive workshops and online educational webinars is strongly preferred. The successful candidate must be able to build relationships and be a natural collaborator. He or she is able to manage project teams effectively and facilitate dialogue with both internal and external colleagues.

    The Midwest Regional Manager position is a permanent, full-time role. Candidates will have with experience with the regulatory and legislative processes in the region, in the traditional or renewable energy sector.


    • Oversees regulatory & legislative activity in SEIA priority states in the Midwest, with a particular focus on Illinois and Michigan, and including Minnesota among others. The role may be expanded to include coverage of the Texas market.

    • Manage SEIA Midwest Regional Committee, and day-to-day activities in collaboration with company leads. This includes facilitating regular calls/meetings with SEIA members.

    • Participates in legislative/lobbying initiatives.

    • Works with outside counsel, contract lobbyists and technical consultants as needed.

    • Collaborates with other associations, SEIA state affiliates, other stakeholders and parties, consultants, etc.

    • Participates as available/necessary in other states and overall SEIA activities as time permits.

    • Travel will be necessary for up to 30% of time. Most travel will be in-region.


    • Successful candidate will preferably be located in the greater Chicago area. Consideration will be given to candidates based in Springfield, IL or Lansing, MI. The candidate will need to be comfortable working out of home or other suitable space.

    Qualifications


    • Regulatory experience in Illinois or Michigan is preferred and legislative experience is a plus.

    • Preference given to candidates with demonstrated experience in electricity/utility/renewables/generation sectors.

    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

    • Ability to manage multiple tasks simultaneously.

    • Ability to manage challenging and diverse views of members.

    • Self-starter – can work independently and remotely.

    • Ability to work effectively as part of a team and is able to perceive when to lead and when to build consensus.

    Education

    A bachelor’s degree is required.

    To Apply

    Please submit a cover letter, resume, salary requirement and writing sample regional Manager (2019-01).” Submissions that are in the form of a single Word or PDF document facilitate review and are preferred.

    Please name all files using the following format: “[name]_[document title, e.g. Resume]_SEIA

    No calls please; direct applicants only, no search or placement firms. SEIA is an equal opportunity employer. Learn more about SEIA at www.seia.org. Applications will be accepted through January 18, 2019.

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    La Calavera is a fun and casual restaurant located in West Town, Chicago. This is a traditional taqueria with a modern twist, serving flavorful dishes. Our servers are responsible for providing excellent customer service, as well as being a great team player. We are looking to hire applicants that are responsible, motivated, and eager to learn! Flexible schedules are a plus. Hiring ASAP for all shifts! Stop in and drop off your resume, or reply to this ad and email us! :)

    Servers must be 21+

    Address: 1438 W Chicago Ave, Chicago IL 60642

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    DELIVERY DRIVERS wanted.

    We are a BUSY family pizzeria looking for someone with experience with the area and customer handling skills.

    Great high demographic location. Drivers must know the area and have a reliable vehicle.

    This is a great opportunity at a well established location conveniently located with free parking at 1746 W. Grand Avenue in Chicago (just West of Ashland Ave).

    Please stop in and meet our staff.

    TORTORICE'S PIZZA 847-804-6750 ASK FOR BILLY

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    Part-time

    JOIN THE FITNESS REVOLUTION!

     

    Maximize your earning potential as Retail Sales Associate Fit Expert and make $15.00 an hour with bonus. Imagine walking into a store and being greeted by high fives, smiles, a wall of shoes, and positive energy! The sales floor becomes a place where you get to shine! Join R-Family!

    You’ll see that Road Runner Sports isn’t just a retail store, it’s a lifestyle!

     

    Your warm-up:

    As a Retail Fit Expert, you’ll have the opportunity to learn more about your customers’ goals while welcoming new VIPs to the family!

    This is a sales-based position and you’ll be given the tools and training to make you as successful as you want to be! You’ll be measured by your customer service, punctuality and attendance, and your ability to consistently hit your sales goals.

    Your workout:


    • Reliability and flexible schedule availability (Will include a combination of days, evenings, holidays, and must be available on weekends)

    • Minimum of 1 year experience in customer service or sales

    • Positive attitude and willingness to work in a fun, lively, and energetic atmosphere every single day

    • Ability to make your customers feel valued

    • Desire to lead by example while inspiring those around you to be their BEST. Your reward:

    • Earn solid base pay plus bonuses while you challenge yourself to hit goals!

    • Make new friends and work as a team!

    • Take pride in our products and educate your customers on all the latest gear (shoes, socks, insoles, apparel, and accessories!)

    • Take advantage of DISCOUNTS on all your favorite brands! How can you suggest the latest footwear, if you don’t have a pair yourself?

    • Connect with customers and inspire others who are just beginning a journey to a healthier life

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    Drive with Via in California!

    Via is the ridesharing app that is revolutionizing transportation - and we’re looking for drivers!

     

    Why drive with Via?

    THE EARNINGS YOU DESERVE
    Earn guaranteed hourly rates

    THE COMPANY THAT CARES

    Drive with the company that puts drivers first


    NO VEHICLE? NO PROBLEM!

    Rent a Vehicle from our Partner


    LIVE SUPPORT

    You can always speak with a real person if you need help


    BE YOUR OWN BOSS

    Designed to give you the flexibility you want and the pay you deserve


    RIDE-SHARING IS THE FUTURE

    Via’s technology means no detours and happy riders

     

    Apply Now!
    . We would like to encourage anyone to sign up, particularly those with prior experience in roles such as Server, Chef, and Head Bartender and others in the Food and Beverage industry.





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    Avadim Health Inc. is hiring Territory Account Specialists who will represent Avadim Brands by calling on pharmacists at chain drug stores where the products are already on the shelf and independent pharmacies to expand penetration.

    Avadim Health is looking for self-motivated professionals who will collaborate with internal marketing and functional teams to distribute compelling content including product-related collateral (clinical studies publications) and disease-focused content.

    Key Activities and Responsibilities:


    • Responsible for overseeing the sales execution of Avadim Health product(s) within their geographic territory to chain food and independent pharmacies as well as retail wholesalers

    • Build a professional territory of recommending pharmacies

    • Penetrate the independent pharmacy network and sell in product to maximize returns for the independent pharmacist as well as leveraging the creative spend for the brands

    • Convert pharmacist recommendations in the national chain drug stores where the products are currently on shelf

    • Master the research clinical studies and publications supporting the brand

    • Develop master routing plan to maximize time and market penetration

    • Develop expertise in delivering proven messaging

    • Build a portfolio of core and “super core” customers to maximize revenue

    • Facilitate educational events for key customers and conventions

    Goals and Expectations:


    • Call on 15-20 chain drug pharmacies per day to introduce and convert pharmacist’s recommendations

    • Close independent pharmacies to add product shelf presence and pull-through major drug wholesalers including Cardinal Health McKesson AmerisourceBergen Smith Drug Mutual Drug and more

    • Develop “book of business” to prepare the way for future launches

    Travel:

    This position requires the ability to drive within the assigned territory by automobile (and in some instances to travel by airplane). Must have dependable/clean automobile. Valid US Drivers Licence and insurance required. Monthly automobile allowance is provided.

    Must have a credit card with the ability to incur travel and meal expenses. All appropriate/approved company business expenses are reimbursed.

    Benefits:

    Avadim Health offers affordable health benefits to all full-time employees. Benefits are available on first day of hire.

    Experience

    Preferred - 1 year(s): The ideal candidate is a person with 6 months to 1 year of sales experience where cold calling is a main component of the daily regimen (e.g. Printer Copier Business Supplies or Rental Car sales experience). This is an entry-level opportunity.

    Education

    Required - Bachelors or better

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    We are seeking a Research Coordinator to support our team of social scientists and contribute in both administrative and operational ways to the research studies and partnerships that we lead for clients in the cultural sector. The Research Coordinator will provide project support to our firm’s Researchers, Project Directors, and leadership team, and will play a wide range of roles in both qualitative and quantitative studies. (Note: Our team already includes a Manager of Operations & Communications, who provides general administrative support; this Research Coordinator opening is a position focused on research-related logistics, fieldwork, report development, etc.)

    The successful candidate will be highly organized, flexible, detail-oriented, and able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment and will need to manage and prioritize a range of different tasks. We are open to diverse academic backgrounds, including qualitative and quantitative social science disciplines and the humanities.

    :

    • be able to communicate effectively and be unafraid to ask questions to clarify information – both in written and verbal formats;

    • be willing to actively participate and engage in staff meetings and work-related conversations;

    • have excellent capabilities with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel (including functions and formulas);

    • be comfortable with quantitative data, including being familiar with or able to quickly learn SPSS and

    WinCross;

    • have an interest in data visualization (charts and graphics);

    • be able to write clearly and concisely, and edit and proofread others’ writing for clarity and concision;

    • be a proactive, flexible person who can shift focus with ease, possess a can-do attitude, and be extremely well-organized and detailed-oriented; and

    • be able to work independently and collaboratively with project teams, partners, and vendors, all of whom may have different goals and needs.

    Research Administration:

    • Solicit bids from vendors (focus group facilities, recruitment firms, and digital data-collection companies) that reflect project budgets and goals;

    • Coordinate with vendors to set up focus groups, interview recruitment, and manage the logistics of our qualitative research projects (including monitoring and managing the participant recruitment process to ensure that participants meet screening criteria, providing directions and parking instructions, and arranging other logistics);

    • Occasionally recruit interview participants directly by conducting screening phone calls, scheduling interviews in Outlook Calendars, and coordinating with project teams to distribute incentives;

    • Manage the data-entry process for quantitative surveys by creating data-entry templates for freelancers and ensuring data quality by double-checking their entries;

    • Maintain firmwide internal documents to track survey response rates, incentives for participants, and focus group logistics, and help analyze these to understand trends across our projects and communicate best practices within the firm;

    • Support the leadership team with proofreading and updating our templates and content for new business proposals;

    • During busy periods, coordinate with Researchers to delegate tasks to our networks of freelancers on an as-needed basis.

    Research Implementation:

    • Program online surveys in Qualtrics and manage the survey-testing process within the firm and with vendors to ensure that the survey is well-programmed and meets project goals;

    • Collaborate with Researchers to launch and monitor online surveys by regularly checking data quality and tracking the number of responses received;

    • Clean and prepare quantitative data for analysis by developing and applying syntax in SPSS, which includes removing duplicate cases, renaming variable labels and names, re-coding values, and reviewing and coding open-ended responses;

    • Set up and create detailed data tables in WinCross.

    Research Dissemination:

    • Create clear, accurate, and attractive data visualizations (charts, tables, diagrams, etc.) using Excel and PowerPoint for inclusion in our reports and presentations, training documents, etc.;

    • Proofread reports by reviewing written content, formatting details, graphics, etc. to ensure accuracy and quality;

    • Format appendix materials for reports (e.g., research protocols/instruments, detailed data tables, and open-ended responses).

    This is a full-time, salaried position located in Chicago and will require occasional work in the evenings and weekends to meet deadlines. Some local travel is expected for onsite data collection.

    An annual compensation of $43,000–$48,000, depending on experience. In addition, we offer a competitive benefits package of vacation, holidays, sick days, health insurance reimbursement, disability insurance, and profit-sharing.

    Please e-mail a cover letter (within the body of the e-mail) and resume to Nancy Plaskett. Please place “Job Application: Research Coordinator” in the subject line of your email. Applications without this subject line will not be considered for this position. In your cover letter, please address your interest in, and how you feel you qualify for, this position. We’d particularly like to hear about how you’ve demonstrated an ability to multi-task and be flexible in a fast-paced environment in the past.

    We will be reviewing applications on a rolling-basis. The application deadline is Sunday, January 13,


    1. We are not seeking writing/report samples or professional references at this time. Please, no phone calls. We look forward to hearing from you.

    Slover Linett Audience Research is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive working environment. All applicants will receive consideration for employment without discrimination based on race, color, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, age, status as an individual with a disability, age, protected veteran status, or other protected classes under the law.

    Benefits

    An annual compensation of $43,000–$48,000, depending on experience. In addition, we offer a competitive benefits package of vacation, holidays, sick days, health insurance reimbursement, disability insurance, and profit-sharing.

     

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    The Chicago Philharmonic Society is a unique, musician-governed organization presenting top-level symphonic and chamber concerts at venues around the Chicago area. We are a Resident Company at the Harris Theater in Chicago and present concerts at Pick-Staiger Concert Hall in Evanston, North Shore Center for the Performing Arts in Skokie, and chamber music concerts throughout Chicago. The Chicago Philharmonic is a proud partner of the Ravinia Festival, Joffrey Ballet, and other arts organizations. Our educational outreach initiatives reach over 1,000 participants yearly. Our committed administrative team works out of our office in the Chicago Loop guided by our five musician committees and Music Advisory Council with nearly musician members to help create powerful musical experiences.

    The Chicago Philharmonic is seeking a detail oriented, organized and diplomatic self-starter to join our administrative team.

    Responsibilities

    Education and Community Outreach Programs


    • Facilitate and manage our in-school AMP Mentorship Program, Side by Side community concerts, Next!, and Spotlight student performer programs

    • Work closely with Personnel and Operations Director to coordinate with schools for scheduling, artistic needs, resources, securing Chicago Philharmonic musicians mentors, and other tasks as assigned

    • Maintain accurate records of all activities. Assist Development Manager in grant-related reporting

    Special Project Management Support


    • Assist Executive Director and administrative staff in research and development of special long and short-term projects

    • Provide administrative support by scheduling meetings, preparing meeting agendas, taking and distributing meeting minutes, and maintaining records when needed

    • Assist in creating and updating project work plans and take initiative to ensure timely completion

    General Office Support


    • Provide general office support when needed including answering phones, box office support, copying, mailings, and other administrative tasks

    Skills & Qualifications

    Bachelor’s degree in arts administration, music, nonprofit management, education, business or other related field is preferred

    At least one year experience working in music education or an administrative position is preferred

    Excellent written and verbal communication

    Must be organized, detail-oriented and diplomatic with the ability to prioritize multiple projects at the same time

    Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite

    Knowledge of Ovation/Tessitura a plus

    Knowledge of orchestral/classical music a plus

    Job Type: Part Time (20 hours per week) – entry level position with opportunities for additional hourly assignments. Flexible weekly hours, some weekend and evening hours required.

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    Jobs to Move America Illinois Community Organizer

    Jobs to Move America is seeking a full-time Illinois community organizer to lead our work with a diverse coalition of labor, community and environmental organizations to inform and drive comprehensive strategic campaigns. Our goal is to harness the power of public procurements to ensure investments in historically disadvantaged workers (people of color, women, people exiting the criminal justice system for example) to manufacture green transportation systems.

    The ideal candidate will have a proven ability to foster coordination and cooperation among diverse, even competing, groups. They will be committed to advancing our campaigns amongst stakeholders, able to handle multiple responsibilities at the same time, and work independently. This position is an excellent opportunity for organizers interested in new models of organizing at the intersection of racial, economic, and environmental justice to transform how the city and state invest in infrastructure.

    About Jobs to Move America

    Jobs to Move America (JMA) is a national organization working to ensure that public investment in cleaner, more efficient transit systems supports quality American manufacturing jobs, and generates career opportunities for historically underrepresented workers in the industry, as well as those facing barriers to employment.

    Responsibilities

    The Community Organizer, who is based in Chicagoland and reports to the Campaign Director, is responsible for the following:


    • Developing and maintaining diverse coalitions of labor unions, community groups and environmental groups

    • Conduct regular 1:1s and coalition meetings

    • Understand and articulate JMA and coalition organizations missions and values

    • Develop leadership and deepen commitment among coalition members including planning and executing direct actions on corporate and government targets

    • Maintain database of coalition members

    • Develop and execute weekly work plans that contribute to advancement of JMA’s strategic campaigns

    • Support jobs pipeline development and expansion of equitable good jobs provisions

    • Support partners in developing processes for recruiting, training, and retaining historically marginalized workers

    • Build new coalitions around expansion of good jobs policies throughout Chicago and Illinois

    Qualifications

    We’re seeking candidates who excel in relationship building, are highly motivated, and have strong organizing fundamentals. You should have:


    • Experience with comprehensive campaigns that include integrating organizing, political, research, and communications strategy

    • Demonstrated commitment to organizing for racial, economic and social justice

    • Familiarity with nuances of community-labor coalitions

    • Excellent verbal and written communications skills are essential

    • Proficiency with Google drive, Excel, email, and smartphones

    • Experience with organizing conversation fundamentals and planning/executing direct actions is highly desired

    • Ability to communicate effectively with wide array of constituencies including elected officials, government agency staff, and people from various economic, racial, and ethnic backgrounds

    • Ability to effectively manage a workload with competing priorities and work in a deadline driven environment

    • Ability to think on your feet, be flexible, and adapt as necessary

    • Must be able to contribute to a positive, healthy team environment

    • Experience with jobs pipelines, worker reentry programs and/or union apprenticeship program a plus

    Some out of town travel required. Position may require more statewide work over time. Occasional weekend and evening is work required. Must have access to reliable vehicle. Salary is $48,000 to $52,000 depending upon experience. Expected start is February 2019 but is flexible for the right candidate. JMA offers employer paid family health benefits, retirement, and generous time off. JMA is committed to hiring highly qualified, diverse candidates.

    Interested candidates should email a cover letter explaining your interest in and qualifications for the position and a resume to Kassie Beyer, Illinois Campaign Director. Please include Community Organizer in the email subject line. No calls please. Due to a high volume of applicants, those who do not meet the minimum requirements may not receive a response.

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    Niu Japanese Fusion Lounge, located in the River East area of Chicago, is currently seeking a part-time server to add to its team.

    Ideal candidates for position will:

    --Have at least two years previous serving experience.

    --Be comfortable working in a fast-pace and service-oriented environment, with an ability to multi-task and a desire to provide excellent customer service.

    --Have a friendly, outgoing demeanor, willing to engage with customers and always meet them with a smile.

    --Be a team player, who works well with others and is willing to help co-workers when needed.

    --Have a flexible schedule, able to work 3-to-4 shifts a week, and willing to work evenings on both weekends and holidays, with possible morning shifts also available.

    --Must be over 21-years-old and legally authorized to work in the United States.

    --Previous knowledge and experience with Japanese cuisine not a requirement but always a bonus.

    Niu Japanese Fusion Lounge has been a staple of the River East/Streeterville community for almost 12 years now. Providing a blend of Japanese, Chinese, and Thai influences, Niu offers an eclectic menu of gourmet Asian cuisine in a casual, stylish environment.

    If you are interested in the position, please send a copy of your resume along with a photo to the link above, or even better, drop it off in person by visiting the restaurant any time Monday through Friday after 4:00PM.

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    Orangetheory Fitness is currently looking for fun, smart and passionate influencers to join our rapidly growing sales team!

    If you are

     a passionate, positive and detail oriented person that can talk to anyone

     someone who enjoys teamwork and wants to be a part of a world class fitness company

     someone who would go all in on an 80's themed workout and might just drop and do a burpee for fun

    then you're probably the right person for us!

    Because we are all about fun, exciting and rewarding experiences for our team members and staff expanding rapidly around the country and the world. We are looking for successful and motivated people who what to improve themselves and their career. As an Orangetheory Fitness Sales Associate, you will be part of a dynamic team that positively affects the lives of our members on a daily basis!

    You will participate in the operation and success of a fast paced fitness studio, build relationships with OTF members and the community in order to help maintain and build member base and you will be responsible providing our members with a best in class customer experience.

    Company Benefits & Perks:

    Benefits are very important to us. We are constantly looking for ways to increase our benefit package to attract and retain top candidates.

    • Flexible schedules

    • WORKOUT FOR FREE!

    • Fitness casual dress-code

    • Passionate, collaborative work environment If you are a Health Enthusiast with the following characteristics, Orangetheory Fitness wants YOU!

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

    • Enthusiastic, energetic, personable and friendly disposition

    • Passion for health and wellness

    • Team player

    • Willing and able to work nights, weekends and holidays

    Requirements

    In order to Burn With The Best, you must be able to perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Education and/or Experience Required:

    • High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

    Computer Skills:

    • Sales associates must have basic knowledge of how to use a computer. Our main operating system is Mind Body Online (MBO) and they must be able to learn this system in a timely manner in order to be successful in their position.

    Additional Requirements Include:

    • Ability to take 1-2 OTF classes per week to effectively describe the workout to prospective clients.

    AAP/EEO STATEMENT Orangetheory Fitness provides equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by state, federal, or local law. Further, the company takes affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed and employees are treated during employment without regard to any of these characteristics. Discrimination of any type will not be tolerated.

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    Spend 3 weeks in Chicago helping young people discover how to make a difference in the world!

    The Civic Education Project, a leadership and civic engagement program at Northwestern University, is now hiring exceptional Instructors and Teaching Assistants for our Summer 2019 Civic Leadership Institute at Northwestern University.

    Lead a class of 12-16 outstanding high school students from around the country in service-learning experiences at community organizations throughout Chicago to learn from local activists, leaders and change makers.

    Inspire students to consider their leadership capacity and role in making change through thoughtful reflection and dialogue about pressing social issues and promising solutions.

    Expand your knowledge and skills in service-learning facilitation and tap into a nationwide community of top tier practitioners and educators.

    Who We Look For While specific qualifications vary by position, instructional staff generally possess the following experience and skills:

    Experience in teaching, facilitation, instruction differentiation, & student assessment

    Background in service-learning, experiential education, & youth development

    Excellent communication & organizational skills

    Commitment to the mission of CLI and working collaboratively with colleagues

    CEP instructional staff come from a variety of backgrounds, including: outstanding teachers from public and private schools and universities; service-learning practitioners; and education, nonprofit, and youth development professionals.

    Staff receive a stipend and all meals and housing during the program. Note that all CLI staff positions are residential. 

    How To Apply

    Applications are currently being accepted for all sites and positions, and hiring continues on a rolling basis until positions are filled.

    To view complete position postings and apply online.

    YOU have the power to create life-changing experiences for young student leaders! Live and learn from a community of dedicated, passionate staff - apply today

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    Edit Salon in the West Town/Noble Square neighborhood is looking for a stylist apprentice. This 12-16 month program includes day-to-day duties like shampoos, blow drys, and salon upkeep. Cutting and styling classes are held once a week on Wednesday mornings and evenings. We are looking for someone who is open to advancing his or her skills in a teamwork-based environment and working towards a position as a stylist within Edit. We are a departmentalized salon and only offer cut and color services.

    *Candidates must have a current cosmetology license or be close to completion

    *Gaurenteed hourly + tips during your apprenticeship

    *Commission + tips upon completion of apprenticeship program

    *Advanced education offered once you have completed the program

    *Health insurance available after 60 days of employment

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    The Broad Residency in Urban Education, a nationwide leadership development program, immediately places participants in full-time managerial positions in education organizations while providing professional development and networking opportunities.

    Job Placement with an Urban School District, Charter Management Organization (CMO), or Federal/State Department of Education. Residents work as managers reporting to the superintendent or a senior manager. Opportunities in general management as well as functional areas (strategy, finance, operations, human capital, etc.) are available nationwide.

    $90,000 – $100,000 Salary. Residents are full-time employees of the hiring organization receiving full benefits and annual salaries typically between $90,000 – $100,000.

    Networking Opportunities. Residents regularly meet and confer with other Residents, Alumni, Broad Center staff, as well as leaders in the private and social sector.

    M.Ed. All Residents who successfully complete the program earn a master’s degree in educational leadership.

    Not just a job, a career. Residents make immediate contributions to improving student achievement and operational excellence in their districts as they work their way to senior leadership posts in their district.

    Professional Development Sessions. Residents participate in eight professional development sessions at locations across the country. The sessions allow residents to develop their leadership competencies and their knowledge of urban education. The curriculum includes cases, site visits, lectures, expert panels, and interactive projects are utilized to ensure Residents understand the context of urban education as well as best practices in the private and public sectors.

    Executive Coaching. Participants receive one-on-one executive coaching, 360 feedback and resident alumni advisor support. In addition, residents join a team of 4-5 peers to share best practices and provide support.

    Alumni Services. To date, more than ninety percent of Broad Residency alumni have stayed in the education field.

    Residency graduates continue to receive career support and development opportunities from The Broad Residency alumni services team.

    Selection Criteria


    • An advanced degree and more than four years of full-time work experience OR a bachelor’s degree and more than six years of full-time work experience

    • Two years of experience in one or more of the following functional areas: finance, operations, information technology, project management, talent or strategy

    • Ability to manage complex political relationships and work well with a diverse set of communities, management styles, and personalities

    • High level of energy, determination, and perseverance to act as a change agent in a demanding organization

    • Superb analytical, problem-solving, and project management skills

    • Outstanding oral and written communication skills

    • Passion for improving urban public education and a long-term commitment to K-12 education

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    Umai Japanese Restaurant Now hiring Server, Kitchen Helper and Host

    (730 S Clark St. Chicago IL 60605)

    SERVER

    - Respond to guest requests in a timely, friendly and efficient manner

    - Ensure knowledge of menu and restaurant promotions and specials

    - Take guest food and/or beverage orders and input orders in appropriate point-of-sale system

    - Retrieve and deliver food and beverage orders in a timely manner

    - Ensure guest satisfaction throughout the meal service

    - Serve alcoholic/non-alcoholic beverages in accordance with federal, state, local and company regulations

    - Ensure serving station is well-stocked at all times

    KITCHEN HELPER:

    - Prepare a variety of food items for cooking.

    - Performs any combination of following duties to maintain kitchen work areas and restaurant equipment and utensils in clean and orderly condition: Sweeps and mops floors.

    - Able to work in a fast placed environment, while producing a quality product.

    - Must be available weekends and holidays.

    HOST/HOSTESS :

    - At least one (1) years of experience in the hospitality industry

    - Possess excellent communication and leadership skills

    - Be focused, organized and a self-starter

    - Be proficient in Open Table

    - Have a strong desire to make each guest feel welcome and appreciated

    - A polished verbal and personal presentation

    - Ensure an outstanding experience for guests

    - Must be available weekends and holidays

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    Revature is the fastest growing employer of emerging technology talent in the US and we are currently looking to hire over 100 new Software Engineers.


    Our Software Engineers design, analyze and build next-gen software systems, including business applications, games, computer applications, middleware, and network control systems across a variety of industries, including finance, insurance, retail, healthcare and government.


    Revature has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Money, Time, on MSN, and was recently named as one of the 8 Cool Companies to Apply to in 2018 With Awesome Benefits by Glassdoor.


    Join us and be part of the next generation of Software Engineers. Interviews are starting now!


    What We Are Looking For:



    • MUST have a Bachelor's Degree (preference given to Computer Science, Engineering and STEM majors )

    • 0-3 years experience

    • Excellent problem solver

    • Solid understanding of Object Oriented Programming

    • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills

    • Exposure to one of the following: Java, Javascript, C++, CSS

    • Solid foundational knowledge of SQL

    • Willing to relocate anywhere in the US

    • Must be authorized to work in the US on a permanent basis - ability to secure US government security clearance if needed

    • Ability to relocate anywhere in the US


    Revature is not currently sponsoring work visas or transfers at this time.


    What We Offer:



    • Competitive Salary

    • Relocation Assistance

    • Corporate Housing

    • Health, Vision and Dental Insurance

    • Paid Time Off

    • Enterprise level development training

    • Life Insurance

    • 401K

    • Mentoring and on-going support throughout your entire Revature career

    • Experience with one of the world's most largest and most reputable companies in the US


    Suitable candidates are encouraged to apply immediately



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    Revature is the fastest growing employer of emerging technology talent in the US and we are currently looking to hire over 100 new Software Engineers.


    Our Software Engineers design, analyze and build next-gen software systems, including business applications, games, computer applications, middleware, and network control systems across a variety of industries, including finance, insurance, retail, healthcare and government.


    Revature has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Money, Time, on MSN, and was recently named as one of the 8 Cool Companies to Apply to in 2018 With Awesome Benefits by Glassdoor.


    Join us and be part of the next generation of Software Engineers. Interviews are starting now!


    What We Are Looking For:



    • MUST have a Bachelor's Degree (preference given to Computer Science, Engineering and STEM majors )

    • 0-3 years experience

    • Excellent problem solver

    • Solid understanding of Object Oriented Programming

    • Outstanding verbal and written communication skills

    • Exposure to one of the following: Java, Javascript, C++, CSS

    • Solid foundational knowledge of SQL

    • Willing to relocate anywhere in the US

    • Must be authorized to work in the US on a permanent basis - ability to secure US government security clearance if needed

    • Ability to relocate anywhere in the US


    Revature is not currently sponsoring work visas or transfers at this time.


    What We Offer:



    • Competitive Salary

    • Relocation Assistance

    • Corporate Housing

    • Health, Vision and Dental Insurance

    • Paid Time Off

    • Enterprise level development training

    • Life Insurance

    • 401K

    • Mentoring and on-going support throughout your entire Revature career

    • Experience with one of the world's most largest and most reputable companies in the US


    Suitable candidates are encouraged to apply immediately



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    LOCAL INITIATIVES SUPPORT CORPORATION

    POSITION TITLE: Neighborhood Assistant Program Officer

    REPORTS TO: Director, Neighborhood Network

    JOB CLASSIFICATION: Exempt / Full Time

    LOCATION: Chicago, IL

    THE ORGANIZATION:

    What We Do

    With residents and partners, LISC forges resilient and inclusive communities of opportunity across America – great places to live, work, visit, do business and raise families.

    Strategies We Pursue

    Equip talent in underinvested communities with the skills and credentials to compete successfully for quality income and wealth opportunities.

    Invest in businesses, housing and other community infrastructure to catalyze economic, health, safety and educational mobility for individuals and communities.

    Strengthen existing alliances while building new collaborations to increase our impact on the progress of people and places.

    Develop leadership and the capacity of partners to advance our work together

    Drive local, regional, and national policy and system changes that foster broadly shared prosperity and well-being.

    Over the last 39 years, LISC and its affiliates have invested approximately $20 billion in businesses, affordable housing, health, educational mobility, community and recreational facilities, public safety, employment and other projects that help to revitalize and stabilize underinvested communities. Headquartered in New York City, LISC’s reach spans the country from East coast to West coast in 32 markets with offices extending from Buffalo to San Francisco. Visit us at www.lisc.org.

    The Chicago office of the Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) seeks a Neighborhood Assistant Program Officer to support our community development and capacity building work, with a focus on helping to expand it to support the small business ecosystem in the communities we serve. This position reports to the Director of LISC Chicago’s Neighborhood Network.

    LISC Chicago has an established reputation in the city for developing and delivering a community development methodology that meaningfully engages residents and stakeholders in setting a vision for their neighborhood and implementing that vision through aligned programs, lending and investments. Through the Southwest Corridor Collaborative (piloting along 63 Street and 79 Street), our objective is to establish the same reputation for LISC in the area of neighborhood economic development. Part of this expansion involves strategically supporting local small businesses, and building stronger relationships and collaboration with the organizations that make them strong.

    Responsibilities

    · Build and maintain mutually trusting relationships with convening (“lead”) agencies and other key organizations in 2-5 focus neighborhoods to support implementation of community-led Quality-of-Life Plans, while facilitating a close working relationship among all.

    · Similarly maintain trusting relationships with relevant municipal officials, consultants, contractors, community leaders, residents and other stakeholders in 2-5 focus neighborhoods to implement projects, programs and policy that best supports community goals. Assist lead agency in identifying and recruiting necessary government, funder and other citywide stakeholders to participate.

    · Assist the LISC neighborhoods team and program/evaluation staff to track and improve an ongoing assessment of community capacity for focus neighborhoods, and develop/execute tailored LISC workplans for capacity building and implementation based on these assessments for 2-5 focus neighborhoods.

    · Work with communications staff to strategically communicate success of planning and implementation efforts both within and beyond communities to further community goals.

    · Identify organizational capacity needs of community partners, such as strategic planning, board development, financial management, fiscal management, human resources, program and operational development, and facilitate TA via other LISC staff or referrals.

    · Assist neighborhoods team in hands-on support and facilitation assistance to community based organizations to conduct an inclusive community driven engagement processes resulting in a prioritized neighborhood action plan, implementation projects, clear implementation steps/responsibilities and measureable outcomes.

    · Assist other LISC staff in facilitating and convening meetings, trainings, workshops, information sessions, orientations to build partners’ capacity and access to resources.

    · Develop and maintain relationships with local small business support organizations (e.g. chambers, SSAs) in the neighborhoods LISC serves to strengthen and expand the local ecosystem of small business support.

    · Assist in promoting LISC’s small business resources and help train/assist other LISC staff in effective marketing and strategic outreach.

    · Work with LISC neighborhood team and community partners to identify strategic small businesses for technical assistance and coaching in the neighborhoods LISC serves, based on joint LISC/community goals.

    · Refer small businesses to LISC lending team as appropriate.

    · Perform additional duties as assigned.

    Qualifications

    · Undergraduate or graduate degree from an accredited college or university in business, economics, finance, or equivalent experience.

    · Minimum of two years’ experience in community development and/or neighborhood-focused small business support, including knowledge of and experience working with Chicago small business TA providers (e.g. SBDCs, local government agencies, chambers).

    · Ability to work both independently and in a team setting.

    · Capacity to work simultaneously on multiple tasks and projects, set priorities for a challenging workload, and be a positive, solution-oriented professional.

    · Familiarity with Chicago neighborhoods, particularly the South and West sides, is a plus.

    · Spanish language fluency is a plus.

    Compensation

    LISC offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits.

    Please send cover letter and resume via email; with "Neighborhood APO” in the subject line to:

    Jake Ament

    Director, Neighborhood Network

    LISC Chicago

     

    LISC IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

    COMMITTED TO DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION

    How To Apply

    Compensation

    LISC offers a competitive salary and excellent benefits.

    Please send cover letter and resume via email; with "Neighborhood APO” in the subject line to:

    Jake Ament

    Director, Neighborhood Network

    LISC Chicago

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    ABOUT JCUA

    The mission of the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs (JCUA) is to combat poverty, racism and antisemitism in partnership with Chicago's diverse communities. Inspired by core Jewish values, we organize a Jewish constituency to collaborate with communities directly impacted by poverty and racism toward realizing a shared vision of justice. In the context of our ongoing work to build bridges and deepen connections with communities across the city, our work in 2018-2019 calls for three main areas of priority impact: 1) Issue-based Campaigns and Community Organizing; and 2) Youth Leadership and Engagement; and 3.) Community Investment. To achieve our organizational mission, JCUA develops and mobilizes a base of individuals from the Jewish community who become engaged in a variety of ways as leaders, donors and participants in campaigns, activities, and programs.

    ABOUT ISSUE-BASED CAMPAIGNS & COMMUNITY ORGANIZING

    Using a community organizing model, JCUA has built relationships and stood in solidarity with communities directly affected by poverty and discrimination for the past five decades. In the past, our work has focused on a variety of issues including civil rights, public housing, police brutality, immigration reform, and worker rights – all with a focus on correcting systemic injustice in our city and region. Today, JCUA continues to pursue social and economic justice by mobilizing our members to work as powerful partners with organizations and in coalitions on pressing issues in Chicago. Our active members comprise an internal leadership core that informs our work, develops organizing campaign strategies, and actively carries out JCUA’s work to win campaigns and bring about systemic change.

    ABOUT THE POSITION

    The Community Organizer works within the Organizing Team to recruit and develop JCUA members to make an impact on critical issues in Chicago. In conjunction with the Associate Director / Director of Organizing, this person will identify and coordinate 1-2 issue campaigns, take the lead staff role when appropriate and carry out community organizing activities to accomplish goals. The Community Organizer will play a lead role staffing JCore Membership and Committee meetings and serve as a trainer when appropriate. In 2017, JCUA members launched “Kol Or”, JCUA’s Jewish People of Color caucus, to help bring a racial equity framework to all of the organization’s work. JCUA seeks qualified candidates to lead this work, preferably who have experience and / or are familiar with Chicago’s Jews of Color communities. JCUA considers this to be an open level position; we may consider hiring a Senior Organizer level position based on the the applicant’s skill and experience. Successful candidates will demonstrate the ability to successfully build relationships and work with people who hold a range of marginalized identities and experiences.

    JCUA is a small dynamic organization where the staff is highly collaborative and committed to supporting each other's work and goals. This position will report to JCUA's Associate Director / Director of Organizing.

    SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES

    ● Identify, recruit, and develop JCUA members to drive JCUA’s organizing campaigns and effectively carry out strategies set forth by JCUA’s committees. Work closely with committee members to identify issues, plan, strategize, set goals and achieve results on an ongoing basis.

    ● Support JCUA’s membership program, including training and engagement of JCUA leaders in the work.

    ● Develop relationships with JCUA leaders, local coalitions and groups, leaders in the Jewish community, and others as appropriate.

    ● Work closely with JCUA’s Jews of Color committee, Kol Or, to build relationships, recruit new members, and achieve the objectives of the group.

    ● Work to develop relationships and build capacity with JCUA’s Congregation Partners, rabbis, and leaders to engage in our work.

    GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES

    ● Serve as an ambassador and public spokesperson for JCUA in Jewish community settings and in the larger community.

    ● Serve as a resource for framing and promoting our work from a Jewish lens.

    ● Assist with fundraising and development objectives when needed.

    ● Assist with JCUA programming when needed/requested.

    ● Commitment to team-building and effective communication with colleagues.

    ● Other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS:

    ● Understanding of the root causes of social inequality and social justice through a Jewish lens.

    ● Passion for engaging the Jewish community in social justice.

    ● Familiarity with Chicago area neighborhoods and the Chicago Jewish community.

    ● Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited institution preferred.

    ● Minimum of 2 years related organizing experience, 3-5 years preferred.

    ● Good listening, organizational, communication, writing and interpersonal skills.

    ● Excellent oral and written communication skills, including public speaking and presentation abilities.

    ● Experience working in interracial settings and coalition building with diverse communities.

    ● Experience leading Racial Justice trainings preferred.

    ● Resourcefulness and a willingness to take initiative.

    ● Current computer skills and working knowledge of online social media platforms.

    ● Regular access to a car and valid driver’s license for fieldwork is required.

    ● Assist with outreach through social media and media outlets to further JCUA’s organizing and membership programming as appropriate.

    ● Conduct research and analysis to support campaign work as needed.

    ● Represent JCUA in coalitions and other arenas.

    ● Willingness to work flexible hours to complete programmatic goals— including weeknights and weekends.

    Benefits

    ● Medical, dental, and vision coverage.

    ● Two weeks paid vacation (with an increase over time), plus sick leave.

    ● Days off for major Jewish holidays.

    ● A supportive work environment with people committed to bringing out the best in each other and to positive social change.

    How To Apply

    The Jewish Council on Urban Affairs believes that personnel diversity is an organizational strength, and recognizes and values the intersecting identities that staff members bring to our organization. People of color are strongly encouraged to apply. JCUA is committed to providing equal employment consideration without discrimination on the basis of race, gender, disability, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other protected status. To apply, please email resume and cover letter. Resumes and cover letters will be accepted through January 15, 2019.  

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    Major Duties and Responsibilities:


    • Oversee the implementation of the program’s group socialization activities in conjunction with Parent Educators and family Support.

    • Provide training and guidance for all home-based educational implementation for children ages 0-5.

    • Provide monthly individual reflective supervision, home visit observations, and supports professional development of the education staff.

    • Prepare and/or arrange for all materials that are needed for the smooth operation of educational activities.

    • Handle monetary and budgetary requirements for groups and activities according to approved Agency procedures for check requests, petty cash, receipts/documentation and pay outs for food, materials and transportation.

    • Develop collaboration with host sites for group socialization and arrange for room usage.

    • Plan special events and trips for participants. Work with program team to involve participants in these events. Make all arrangements, including meals and transportation, and participate in the actual event.

    • Monitor and ensure education files for each child are properly documented and ensures the ongoing assessment/screening of each child enrolled in the program.

    • Ensure family/child review and parent teacher conferences are held and monitor follow-up process.

    • Manage all education reports and monitoring, including those in Teaching Strategies.

    • Monitor and follow- up with children with IFSPs/IEP’s.

    • Monitor and ensure attendance is input into data system on a weekly basis.

    • Participate in the development of program policies, service delivery plans and ongoing monitoring of program quality.

    • Ensure all assigned program reports are completed and submitted on a timely matter.

    • Ensure all mandates of Early& Head Start performance standards are met.

    • Ensure all confidential information is protected.

    • In conjunction with the Family Support Specialist participate in recruitment efforts of program participants to help maintain full program enrollment.

    • Collaborate with the Family Support Specialist to develop effective partnership with families by addressing parents’ concerns.

    • Serve as an advocate for Head Start families and as a liaison between families, the program, and the large community.

    • Suggest recommendations for program changes and improvements to the Early Intervention Manager in response to observed client needs.

    • Collaborate with the Family Support Specialist in case management screenings and staffing.

    • Participate in on-going training and professional development provided by the Ounce, SGA, other consultants, workshops and conferences.

    • Implement procedures for the recruitment and enrollment of eligible families.

    • Encourage parent participation in the Early & Head Start Parent Advisory Committee meetings as well as other events or training.

    • Contribute with the Agency’s efforts related to prevention and integrated service delivery with other community providers. The employee will be actively involved and knowledgeable of the Agency’s Continuous Quality Improvement Activities.

    • Maintain an inventory of all educational equipment.

    • Attend regularly scheduled staff meetings, education meetings, and Ounce meetings related to the position or as assigned.

    • Integrate other components, i.e. health, nutrition, mental health, parent involvement and special needs into the group socialization.

    • Complete other duties as assigned.

    Requirements

    Education:


    • Bachelor’s degree or advance degree in Early Childhood education; or BA or advance degree and equivalent coursework in early childhood education with early education teaching experience and/or minimum of 9 ECE credits in Early Childhood Education.

    Experience:


    • A minimum of 3 years’ experience working with young children including infants and toddlers is required.

    • 3 years supervision/administration experience.

    Other:


    • Sensitivity to cultural diversity is required. Ability to communicate and cooperate with diverse families, various professionals and community groups.

    KEY COMPETENCIES:


    • Competent in Microsoft Office tools and inputting services in an online database.

    • Bilingual/Bicultural in English and Spanish required.

    Physical Requirements:


    • Must be able to transport oneself to and from home visits.

    • Occasionally ascends/descends stairs.

    • Constantly positions oneself to assist children during activities.

    • Frequently moves desks, chairs, tables, easels, and children's toys.

    • At times may be required to lift up to 25 lbs. for various classrooms and events needs.

    • Frequently moves in outdoor weather conditions.

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    The Opportunity in Education:

    The future is here! Join a fast growing community of elite educators who are teaching right from their home. As an independent contractor, you will be matched 1:1 with Chinese students on our secure virtual learning platform to teach English online. All you need is a bachelor’s degree and experience in teaching. You can make your own schedule and use VIPKID resources to instruct - no lesson planning required!

    This opportunity is for you if you have a teaching background, are energetic, engaging, and self-motivated. If you consider yourself a global educator and are excited about the use of technology to connect the world, then this is a match. Partner with us and help change the face of online learning.

    About VIPKID

    We have offices in Beijing, Shanghai, and San Francisco and have over 200,000 students and 20,000 teachers on the VIPKID platform. Founded in 2013, VIPKID's mission is to provide the international elementary school education experience to Chinese children—all from the comfort of their homes. VIPKID provides one-on-one, fully immersive lessons in its online classroom. VIPKID’s curriculum is proprietary and aligned to the U.S. Common Core State Standards.

    The Work


    • Teach 1-on-1 online full immersion English language and content classes

    • Teach an American curriculum, based on the Common Core State Standards

    • Teach 25-minute highly engaging online lessons

    Requirements


    • Exposure to the American or Canadian K-12 education system

    • Minimum 1 year of teaching experience (educators, professors, tutors, teaching assistants, elementary teachers, traditional teaching experience or the equivalent in mentoring, tutoring, or alternative education)

    • Bachelor’s degree

    • Tech Requirements: Desktop or Laptop with a fast internet connection and audio/video capability

    Opportunity Details

    Contract type: Independent contractor

    Contract term: 6-Months

    Start date: Immediately

    Hours: In order to maximize the number of classes scheduled, teachers are recommended to be available for at least 15 time slots per week (each time slot is 30 minutes) during Beijing peak times. The following hours tend to be the most requested time periods from our families: Monday-Sunday 6-10pm, and Saturday-Sunday 9am-10pm in Beijing time.

    Payment: Our teachers are paid according to the number of classes finished. The minimum service fee rate range is US$ 14-$18/hour. There are incentives for every lesson, so a typical service fee ranges between US$ 14-22/hour. This business opportunity is ideal for independent contractor teachers looking to supplement their income.

    MORE INFORMATION

    Facebook: www.facebook.com/VIPKID.com.cn

    Twitter: @TheVIPKIDLife

    Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/company/vipkid

    Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TeachVipkid

    FAQs for applicants: http://t.vipkid.com.cn/faq

    Reviews about us on Glassdoor: https://www.glassdoor.com/Overview/Working-at-VIPKID-EI_IE1105111.11,17.htm

    Job Type: Contract

    Salary: $20.00 /hour

    Required education:


    • Bachelor's

    Required experience:

    teaching: 1 year


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    Position Type: Full time with benefits, two-year contract with the intention for extension.

    Position Description: The Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN), a project of Global Philanthropy Partnership, is seeking to hire for a Communications Director position. This new position will help USDN members to advance their work and achieve impact through training local governments on communications best practices and leading USDN’s external communications strategy.

    The USDN Communications Director will identify strategic opportunities to:


    • Strengthen USDN and other North American communities’ ability to communicate effectively about their sustainability work to both local constituents and external stakeholders critical to cities’ success, including sharing successes and lessons learned from Bloomberg Philanthropies' American Cities Climate Challenge;

    • Communicate most effectively about sharing learnings from USDN with several stakeholders, including but not limited to non-member local governments, state/federal governments, philanthropies, and other NGOs; and

    • Maximize USDN’s impact and position it as a global thought leader on urban sustainability.

    • Examples of the specific types of activities to be undertaken in the implementation of the above communications strategies include:

    • Provide trainings to USDN cities – in person and virtually – in climate and sustainability messaging and framing, media skills-building, campaign and marketing strategy and development, and behavior change communications.

    • Developing talking points for cities to use in communicating about their urban sustainability goals and leadership;

    • Helping USDN member communities write and place articles/op-eds/media pieces, and identifying and implementing innovative approaches to increase recognition of USDN and its member communities’ stories.

    • Providing ad hoc communications advice/support to USDN as needed

    • Producing member-identified communications products to aid members in building

    • support for their work.

    • Recommend improvements to USDN’s public-facing website and social media presence to build public knowledge about USDN and urban sustainability successes.

    • Other tasks as assigned. USDN employs a lean and flexible organizational model.

    Position Requirements:


    • At least 5 years of experience independently delivering communications trainings or other technical assistance to diverse organizations in the sustainability field

    • Understanding of the unique context of local governments in sustainability and communications

    • Expertise in communicating with people of diverse backgrounds and taking an equitable approach to communications initiatives

    • Documented success at program management and partnership development

    • Excellent writing, speaking, and interpersonal skills

    • Leadership skills and ability to excel in a self-directed work environment

    • Experience with any or all of the following are desirable:

    • Needs assessment and policy development o Facilitation of peer knowledge exchange

    • Meeting facilitation

    • Experience with community-building and collaborating diverse stakeholders o Management of budgets and contract / sub-contract relationships

    • Philanthropic relationships

    • Bachelor’s degree required, master’s degree or relevant experience, preferred

    • USDN is seeking a person who is well organized, resourceful, collaborative, and cooperative.

    Compensation: Expected range of $90,000-105,000 annually, commensurate with qualifications, in addition to a competitive benefits package.

    Location: USDN has no central office. Employees are generally expected to work from home in self-supplied suitable work environments. Candidates requiring additional workspace accommodations will be considered.

    To Apply: Send a cover letter addressing the requirements of the position, resume, and three references. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

    About Us: The Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN), a project of Global Philanthropy Partnership, is a peer-to-peer network of local government professionals from cities and counties across the United States and Canada dedicated to creating a healthier environment, economic prosperity, and increased social equity. USDN’s dynamic network enables sustainability directors and staff to share best practices and accelerate the application of good ideas both between North American cities, and between North America and the rest of the world.

    Global Philanthropy Partnership is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to equal treatment of all employees without regard to race, national origin, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, physical or mental disability or other basis protected by law. 

    How To Apply

    Send a cover letter addressing the requirements for the USDN Communications Director, resume, and three references. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

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    About Erie Family Health Centers

    Erie is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) that believes health care is a human right. We provide service to 75,000 medical and 12,500 dental patients across 13 locations in the city and suburbs. We have pioneered an integrated service model that offers pregnant women, babies, children, teens, adult men and women, and seniors comprehensive primary care—including medical, dental and behavioral health—all under one roof. Patient care does not end when the office visit is over. We also surround and support our patients with case management, care management, continuing education and engagement.

    Erie is one of our nation’s premier community health centers; we have won awardsfor the quality of our service and are considered a national leader. Erie is a great place to work; named five times (!) by the Chicago Tribune, as one of the Top Workplaces in Chicago

    OB/GYN Hospitalist / Inpatient Per Diem Opportunity

    Provide inpatient coverage at a premier, academic institution in downtown Chicago and/or a highly-regarded, mid-size, community hospital in northern Chicago with Erie Family Health Centers.

    Responsibilities


    • Join a vibrant team of OB/GYNs, Certified Nurse Midwives and Family Medicine physicians dedicated to caring for underserved and immigrant populations

    • Seeking a dedicated OBGYN hospitalist – Flexible scheduling required

    • Malpractice covered through Federal Tort Claims Act – no tail, ever!

    Requirements


    • Comfortable covering a busy L&D

    • Must be able to obtain privileges for basic laparoscopy including management of ectopic pregnancies

    • Must be Board Certified or Board Eligible


    • If desired, opportunity to work outpatient to maintain gyn / office skills

    How To Apply

    Please visit our website and apply directly online

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    Immediate Opening for Full or Part-Time Bus Person & Host

    We're located just off the Chicago's historic "Magnificent Mile" centered among the city's most prestigious hotels and retail stores. Labriola Ristorante is looking for a talented and passionate individual to join our support team. Our restaurant focuses on classic Homemade Italian cuisine, Artisan style pizzas and our soon to be famous Chicago Style Deep Dish.

    BUS / SERVER SUPPORT

    Your day-to-day may include the following based on position:

    Clear and reset tables

    Polish and fold napkins

    Maintain the appearance standards of the dining room

    Work alongside servers and bartenders and assist them with our guests

    Be a part of the guest experience

    Job Requirements:

    -Open availability is preferred

    -Must have 6 months to 1 year of experience, but are willing to train the right individual

    -Dependable, hard-working and excellent communication skills.

    -Must be able to understand communication between staff and guests requests

    Physical Requirements:

    -Capable of standing for long periods of time, up to 6 hours without the opportunity to rest

    -Ability to lift at least 25 lbs. and up to 50 lbs.

    HOST POSITION

    Possibly one of the most important roles at Labriola Ristorante is our Host/Reservationist. We are looking for a sharp, clean cut and energetic person with the ability to multitask. Someone who understand the importance of a first and last impression on our guests, and the host's role in maintaining flow, and service throughout the rest of the restaurant.

    The perfect candidate will poses a minimum of 1 year experience in a similar position, but we are also willing to teach the right person for the job.

    Weekend availability is required, Open availability is preferred.

    Your day-to-day may include the following based on position:

    -Someone who is willing to be a part of a high-functioning team, and understands the importance of being a team player.

    -Accountability for the job, and management of the front desk, wait lists, and overseeing other hosts.

    -Competitive pay, with experience.

    - Multi-task and interact with groups of customers and employees

    - Must be able to hold your own, and not need guidance for small tasks, wait times etc. Be able to solve small problems and find solutions, and ask for help if needed.

    - Ability to stand for extended periods of time

    - Must be punctual and have flexible availability

    **Please enter which position that you are applying for in the SUBJECT LINE (BUS or HOST), send your resume to our link, or stop in our location for an application.

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    New Sector Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit consulting and leadership development firm. We work across sectors to help established and emerging leaders tackle pressing challenges and advance their careers. Our mission is to accelerate social change by strengthening organizations and developing leaders. Through intensive fellowships, New Sector prepares highly talented young professionals for rewarding, mission-driven careers that change lives, organizations, and the world.

    The New Sector Summer Fellowship program is an intensive, 10-week program for undergraduate and graduate students and recent graduates. Fellows are selected from a highly competitive pool and matched with a nonprofit, government agency, or social enterprise to serve full-time completing capacity-building projects that allow organizations to more effectively achieve their missions. Host site projects are designed to create, improve, or expand services and may focus on impact measurement, community and volunteer outreach and engagement, program development initiatives, strategic communication and marketing efforts, or fundraising, among others. During their service term, Summer Fellows participate in New Sector's training and mentoring program.

    Through their efforts on capacity-building initiatives, experience with the daily operations of their host sites, and the training and support that New Sector provides, Summer Fellows develop a better understanding of building a socially responsible career. After completing the program, Summer Fellows become lifelong members of the New Sector Alliance alumni network and are eligible to apply to serve on the New Sector Alliance Alumni Board.

    2019 Chicago Summer Fellowship Features:

    Program Dates:

    June 13, 2019 - August 23, 2019

    Host Site Service:

    For 10-weeks, Fellows serve full-time in Chicago-based host organizations, completing capacity-building projects that aim to create, improve, or expand services. Before the start of the fellowship, New Sector works with each host site to develop a project scope that provides a meaningful, impactful, and challenging experience.

    This summer, New Sector is partnering with the Robert R. McCormick Foundation to match New Sector Summer Fellows with host sites serving veterans and military families and to recruit student veterans to serve in nonprofit and mission-driven organizations. New Sector is also open to including a select number of Summer Fellows who have already secured a summer internship with a Chicago-based mission-driven organization.

    Training:

    Fellows participate in New Sector's Impact Leadership Curriculum, which includes workshops on career development and management, communication and leadership skills, and functional skills development (e.g. finance, fundraising, marketing). Formats include lecture, case discussions, small group collaboration, individual reflection, role play, and others.

    Learning Teams:

    Fellows participate regularly in small-group, peer-facilitated Learning Teams that provide a support network and a more intimate forum for sharing knowledge, ideas, successes, and challenges.

    Mentor Support:

    Each Summer Fellow is matched with a volunteer mentor from business, management consulting, or social impact backgrounds. Mentors provide Fellows with a variety of support, including technical and presentation skills, project-specific support, professional skills development, and career planning.

    Qualifications:

    Undergraduate Student / Summer Fellows: Ideal applicants are undergraduate juniors and seniors or recent graduates with a bachelor's degree.

    Graduate Student / Senior Summer Fellows: Ideal applicants have a minimum of two years of post-undergraduate work experience and are completing or have completed a graduate degree (MBA or equivalent).

    Must be available to work full-time (40 hours/week) during the 10-week Fellowship period.

    There is no "typical" Fellow; New Sector seeks individuals of differing perspectives and backgrounds and with various career goals. Successful applicants will demonstrate the following:

    Demonstrated commitment to making an impact in a mission-driven career.

    High level of self-motivation and academic, extracurricular, professional, and/or personal accomplishment.

    Core leadership attributes, including: resourcefulness, responsibility, independence, patience, integrity, energy, and strong work ethic.

    Adaptability in the face of change and resource constraints.

    Strong interpersonal and communication skills, including the capacity to understand the needs of multiple and diverse stakeholders, build strong host site relationships, and work effectively individually and as part of team.

    Excellent project management, analytical, and/or research skills.

    Ability to approach challenges in a structured manner by setting goals, devising a plan to achieve those goals, and meeting those goals in a timely manner.

    Desire to proactively take on responsibility within New Sector, our host site partners, and your own personal/professional development.

    New Sector Alliance actively seeks to build a Fellow class with a broad range of backgrounds and experiences, representing a diversity of race, color, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, secular preference, political affiliation, socioeconomic status, and ancestry. Further, we encourage individuals with disabilities to apply to the program and can provide reasonable accommodations for those individuals upon request.

    To Apply:

    Apply through New Sector's application portal 

    Candidates will be asked to prepare a cover letter, resume, and short writing samples. Questions about the application process can be sent to Janelle Romero at . No phone calls please.

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    GENERAL ROLE DESCRIPTION

    The Sexual Assault Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) Advocate is responsible for providing crisis intervention, emotional support, medical and legal advocacy, and appropriate referrals/linkages to sexual assault victims/survivors and their significant others through the emergency department of partner hospitals, telephone crisis calls, and walk‐in requests at Chicago Police Department’s Area North Detective Division, where the position is co-located. Responsibilities also include providing institutional advocacy with the Chicago Police Department and Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office. This position is part of the on‐call staff rotation providing 24‐hour crisis response to affiliated hospitals, and is an essential part of the Advocacy Services Program.

    This position is part of a new Sexual Assault Multi-Disciplinary Team funded by a grant from the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority that began in 2016. The MDT will be coordinated by the Cook County State's Attorney and brings together the Chicago Police Department, Resilience, and Life Span to improve the criminal justice response to sexual assault survivors. This MDT includes unprecedented opportunities to review case files and evaluate data as well as to develop clear protocol, increase a trauma-informed understanding of sexual assault victims, cross-train and increase access to services for survivors and their loved ones. Please note that this position is fully funded by the MDT grant; the grant has been awarded through 2021.

    RESPONSIBILITIES


    • Provide in-person support, crisis intervention, and information and referrals to sexual assault survivors.

    • Provide crisis intervention, emotional support, and medical/legal advocacy to sexual assault survivors seen in the emergency department of partner hospitals.

    • Provide ongoing legal advocacy for sexual assault survivors including: explanation of the investigative process; accompaniment to the police station, and referrals for follow up court accompaniment (in both criminal and civil court cases) Note: like all other Resilience advocates, the MDT Advocate does not participate in the investigation of a case.

    • Carry a caseload of active legal clients whose cases are currently under investigation, and keep these clients regularly apprised of their case status.

    • Provide ongoing medical advocacy services, as needed (e.g. billing problems, STD and pregnancy testing, HIV testing and treatment, substance abuse programs, DCFS, etc.).

    • Carry a caseload of active medical advocacy clients, and keep these clients regularly apprised of their medical follow up appointments and billing status.

    • Provide on‐call coverage for assigned and rotating shifts as part of the 24‐hour hospital crisis response. This involves evenings and some weekends.

    • Provide immediate legal advocacy to survivors in the emergency department, and accompanying them to the police stations, as needed.

    • Provide information and referrals including temporary housing, food, clothing, locksmith services, substance abuse treatment, counseling, or follow-up medical advocacy services.

    • Provide crisis intervention, information, and referrals via the RVA Area North Office through telephone and in‐person contacts.

    • Provide support and information to family members and significant others within the bounds of the Illinois rape crisis confidentiality statute.

    • Assist the Director of Advocacy Services with institutional advocacy efforts with criminal justice staff including the local Chicago Police Department and Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office.

    • Perform ongoing outreach and networking within the Area North police districts and their communities to foster collaboration & maintain awareness of RVA office locations and services.

    • Maintain accurate and complete records of all services delivered, and adhere to agency and program documentation submission requirements.

    • Assist the Volunteer Advocacy Coordinator and Director of Advocacy Services with portions of volunteer training and inservices.

    • Attend all staff/supervision/case consultation meetings, attend advocacy in-services, and participate in staff development activities.

    • Participate in meetings/trainings for local and statewide sexual assault coalitions, institutional partners, and other agencies, as assigned.

    • Complete monthly reports and documentation, including assisting the Director of Advocacy Services with statistical reporting.

    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    QUALIFICATIONS


    • One year of professional work experience preferred

    • Strong interpersonal skills

    • Ability to objectively advocate for the needs/rights of others

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

    • Strong public speaking skills with a variety of audiences

    • Ability to take initiative and work independently, as well as with a team

    • Exceptional organizational and record-keeping skills

    • Positive attitude and proactive approach to problem-solving

    • Regular access to a vehicle, valid driver’s license and proof of insurance for effective service delivery or other reliable means of transportation

    • Previous experience working with survivors of gender-based violence and/or human rights issues, addressing sexual violence/domestic violence, and working with diverse populations including LGBTQ communities strongly preferred

    • Completion of a minimum of 40-hours of sexual assault training within two months of hire is required; previous completion of the training is strongly preferred 

    Persons of color and LGBTQ persons are encouraged to apply. RVA is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, age, sex, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, sexual orientation, or disability in its procedures and policies.

    To Apply:

    Please send your cover letter and resume:

    Maria Balata, Director of Advocacy Services

    Resilience

     

    Include MDT Legal & Medical Advocate and your last name in the subject line.

    Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered.

    No phone calls, please.

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    Our salon has been in business for 15 years and has a loyal and growing customer base. We provide a comfortable and relaxing experience for our customers. We are in a excellent location, on Clinton St. directly across from the Ogilvie train station. We are looking for talented, reliable, and self motivated stylist to join our team. We are looking forward to meeting some new talent!!!

    Inquiries call Jennifer at 312-879-1900

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    Overview

    The Spa Front Desk Coordinator, under the direction of the Spa Director, will be responsible for assisting in the daily operations of the facility including: implementing marketing, training and scheduling front desk staff, assisting with programming (if applicable); monitoring facility maintenance; ensuring that the highest levels of guest satisfaction are attained; and using the ability to lead and motivate staff to achieve goals and exceed guest expectations. The Spa Front Desk Coordinator may also supervise the front desk staff.

    Responsibilities

    Assists in developing a comprehensive standard facility operation’s manual, including written policies and procedures for all facility services, administration, and maintenance using the WTS International operations template.

    Submits all paperwork and financial reporting, including payroll, in accordance with WTS International policy.

    Provides excellent customer service and helps monitor guest feedback through the use of comment cards and other customer care techniques. Helps to supervise and follow up on guest requests and comments.

    Assists in the training, and supervision of all front desk staff.

    Assists in developing the staffing schedule to ensure adequate coverage.

    Supervises effective daily operations including opening and closing procedures, facility inspections, and general facility maintenance.

    Ensures that all Front Desk staff are implementing WTS International's Basics-To-Excelence program

    Assists staff with lifting and storing facility equipment, furniture, and products to help maintain facility and prepare for special events.

    Helps ensure that the facility is only accessed by actual members and/or guests, and that it is safe and secure at all times.

    If applicable, assists in developing and planning a diverse calendar of enjoyable programs and activities such as: fitness and wellness programs, aquatic programs, sports, life enrichment classes, special events, social events, resident concierge services, and spa or personal care services (if applicable).

    Assists in conducting orientations including an introduction to the facility, services, programs, policies, and procedures.

    If applicable, works with Property Management Company to address resident questions and concerns.

    If applicable, assists in preparing bulletins and flyers for display on bulletin board, intranet, cable, and for a possible activities newsletter and maintains bulletin board.

    Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications

    College degree or comparable work experience

    Effective leadership skills and a strong work ethic

    Excellent customer service skills

    Efficient, well organized, and able to handle a variety of duties simultaneously

    Creative in marketing, promotion, and programming

    Energetic, enthusiastic and motivational

    Professional manner, discretion, and appearance

    Excellent verbal and written skills

    Able to show initiative and make decisions

    Proficient in appropriate computer skills and office equipment.

    Ability to stand for long periods

    This position required the ability to stand, stoop, kneel, crouch, bend, walk, and talk

    The employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls and reach with hands and arms

    Ability to lift 25 lbs.

    CPR/First-Aid Certified, if required by the client

    Normal work hours: Varied to include nights, weekends, and holidays

    Facility/Job Highlights

    WTS International, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer that is committed to having a diverse work force.

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    Overview

    The Spa Front Desk Coordinator, under the direction of the Spa Director, will be responsible for assisting in the daily operations of the facility including: implementing marketing, training and scheduling front desk staff, assisting with programming (if applicable); monitoring facility maintenance; ensuring that the highest levels of guest satisfaction are attained; and using the ability to lead and motivate staff to achieve goals and exceed guest expectations. The Spa Front Desk Coordinator may also supervise the front desk staff.

    Responsibilities

    Assists in developing a comprehensive standard facility operation’s manual, including written policies and procedures for all facility services, administration, and maintenance using the WTS International operations template.

    Submits all paperwork and financial reporting, including payroll, in accordance with WTS International policy.

    Provides excellent customer service and helps monitor guest feedback through the use of comment cards and other customer care techniques. Helps to supervise and follow up on guest requests and comments.

    Assists in the training, and supervision of all front desk staff.

    Assists in developing the staffing schedule to ensure adequate coverage.

    Supervises effective daily operations including opening and closing procedures, facility inspections, and general facility maintenance.

    Ensures that all Front Desk staff are implementing WTS International's Basics-To-Excelence program

    Assists staff with lifting and storing facility equipment, furniture, and products to help maintain facility and prepare for special events.

    Helps ensure that the facility is only accessed by actual members and/or guests, and that it is safe and secure at all times.

    If applicable, assists in developing and planning a diverse calendar of enjoyable programs and activities such as: fitness and wellness programs, aquatic programs, sports, life enrichment classes, special events, social events, resident concierge services, and spa or personal care services (if applicable).

    Assists in conducting orientations including an introduction to the facility, services, programs, policies, and procedures.

    If applicable, works with Property Management Company to address resident questions and concerns.

    If applicable, assists in preparing bulletins and flyers for display on bulletin board, intranet, cable, and for a possible activities newsletter and maintains bulletin board.

    Other duties as assigned

    Qualifications

    College degree or comparable work experience

    Effective leadership skills and a strong work ethic

    Excellent customer service skills

    Efficient, well organized, and able to handle a variety of duties simultaneously

    Creative in marketing, promotion, and programming

    Energetic, enthusiastic and motivational

    Professional manner, discretion, and appearance

    Excellent verbal and written skills

    Able to show initiative and make decisions

    Proficient in appropriate computer skills and office equipment.

    Ability to stand for long periods

    This position required the ability to stand, stoop, kneel, crouch, bend, walk, and talk

    The employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls and reach with hands and arms

    Ability to lift 25 lbs.

    CPR/First-Aid Certified, if required by the client

    Normal work hours: Varied to include nights, weekends, and holidays

    Facility/Job Highlights

    WTS International, Inc. is an equal employment opportunity employer that is committed to having a diverse work force.

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    This position provides a broad range of specialized program support services, including but not limited to specialized administrative tasks, data processing and records management. Individual accountabilities and work volume will be established through the development of annual Success Objectives, within the framework outlined below.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:


    • Coordinates and performs specialized data processing tasks for the program/department, as defined by program needs and contractual requirements. Performs non-specialized tasks, as needed, including but not limited to word processing, filing, photocopying, screening in-coming calls and visitors/clients and directing correspondence in accord with Organizational standards (i.e., First Impressions Standards) and program guidelines.

    • Analyzes and performs specialized database entry for Representative Payee Accounts, including but not limited to balancing individual client accounts to the general ledger and disbursing monthly accounting summaries to case managers, clients and supervisors.

    • Establishes, maintains and analyzes the disbursement of client assistance funding, representative payee, petty cash, tokens, jewel coupons, etc. Prepares records, schedules and other necessary documentation for the process of such funds.

    • Manages and performs specialized clinical case summary updates. Maintains a baseline knowledge of relevant program and service/treatment-related terminology.

    • Develops, coordinates and implements the policies and procedures for the selection, ordering, delivery and installation of all capital purchases for the program/department.

    • Develops, coordinates and implements the policies and procedures for inventory control for the program/department, including but not limited to computer equipment, office and statistical supplies and other resources. Monitors expenditures for office related costs.

    • Establishes relationship with goods and services vendors and acts as liaison between the program/department and building management, landlord, maintenance staff, and/or internal contacts, as appropriate. Resolves routine problems and refers non-routine problems to appropriate channels.

    • Coordinates the production and assembly of proposals, applications and reports. Responsible for generation of data-based reports and statistical summaries for internal and external needs of the program/department.

    • Designs presentation of statistical, graphic and narrative formats for major documents, proposals and/or applications.

    • Develops and maintains filing systems and ensures accuracy, confidentiality and consistency of filing systems, charts and records.

    • Develops, coordinates and implements training for new software packages, office operations and equipment, and fiscal operations for program/department staff.

    • Assumes a leadership role and maintains an appropriate professional demeanor towards co-workers, visitors, clients, supervisors and other non-personnel.

    • Develops and maintains schedules and rosters (conference room, staff, vehicle sign-out, etc.).

    • Adheres to professional standards as outlined by governmental bodies, National Association of Social Workers (NASW), American Psychiatric Association (APA), American Psychological Association (APA), private funding sources, organizational plans/policies and program guidelines. Participates in periodic evaluative reviews and/or in-house and external staff training to ensure that he/she understands and continues to adhere to such standards. Initiates requests for assistance or guidance from Supervisor to address new issues or complex concepts affecting adherence to professional standards.

    • Other duties may be assigned.

    Qualifications: 

    To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.



    • Education and/or Experience: High school diploma or equivalent and three years of related experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience. May be required to be a current or former resident of the CHA development where services are being provided and able to prove residency.


    • Other Qualifications: Demonstrated computer proficiency, including knowledge of word processing, spreadsheet and database software. A familiarity with or understanding of program-specific terminology (i.e., mental health and addictions) may be required.


    • Language Skills: Fluency in a second language may be required. Ability to write reports, correspondence, and instructions. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from staff, managers, participants, vendors, and the general public.


    • Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.


    • Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.

    • A criminal background check is required for employees working for Heartland Housing property management.

    Competencies: 

    To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies.


    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

    • Proficient math and computer skills.

    • Strong organizational skills.

    • Ability to work with diverse populations.

    Physical Demands: 

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.


    • While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel and talk or hear.

    • The employee is frequently required to reach with hands and arms.

    • The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.

    • The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 15 pounds.

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    • Models and delivers a distinctive and delightful customer experience.

    • Registers sales on assigned cash register, provides customers with courteous, fair, friendly, and efficient checkout service.Customer Experience

    • Engages customers and patients by greeting them and offering assistance with products and services. Resolves customer issues and answers questions to ensure a positive customer experience.

    • Models and shares customer service best practices with all team members to deliver a distinctive and delightful customer experience, including interpersonal habits (e.g., greeting, eye contact, courtesy, etc.) and Walgreens service traits (e.g., offering help proactively, identifying needs, servicing until satisfied, etc.).Operations

    • Provides customers with courteous, friendly, fast, and efficient service.

    • Recommends items for sale to customer and recommends trade-up and/or companion items.

    • Registers customer purchases on assigned cash register, collects cash and distributes change as requested; processes voids, returns, rain checks, refunds, and exchanges as needed.

    • Keeps counters and shelves clean and well merchandised, takes inventory, and maintains records. Checks in and prices merchandise as required or as directed by store manager or communicated by the shift leader.

    • Implements Company asset protection procedures to identify and minimize profit loss.

    • Ensures compliance with state and local laws regarding regulated products (e.g., alcoholic beverages and tobacco products).

    • Constructs and maintains displays, including promotional, seasonal, super structures, and sale merchandise. Completes resets and revisions as directed.

    • Assists with separation of food items (e.g., raw foods from pre-cooked) and product placement as specified by policies/procedures (e.g., raw and frozen meats on bottom shelves). For consumable items, assists in stock rotation, using the first in, first out method and restock outs.

    • Has working knowledge of store systems and store equipment.

    • Provides customer service in the photo area, including digital passport photo service, poster print and creative machine, suggestive sell of promotional photo products.

    • Assumes web pick-up responsibilities (monitors orders in Picture Care Plus, fills orders (pick items), delivers orders to customers as they arrive at store).

    • Assists with exterior and interior maintenance by ensuring clean, neat, orderly store condition and appearance.

    • Complies with all company policies and procedures; maintains respectful relationships with coworkers.

    • Completes special assignments and other tasks as assigned.Training & Personal Development

    • Attends training and completes PPLs requested by Manager or assigned by corporate.

    • Must be fluent in reading, writing, and speaking English. (Except in Puerto Rico)

    • Requires willingness to work flexible schedule, including evenings and weekend hours.

    • Prefer six months of experience in a retail environment.

    • Prefer to have prior work experience with Walgreens.

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    Part-time

    Summary

    Part Time Merchandiser SAS

    Are you looking to join a team for a fast-growing company that can offer you flexible scheduling, competitive rates, and the possibility for advancement as you move throughout your career? If so, SAS Retail Services has a great opportunity for you!

     

    As an SAS team member, you will partner with retailers to enhance the consumer’s shopping experience. You will be responsible for maintaining a strong communication flow between all parties as well as supporting the team by providing the necessary tools to execute our services in the most efficient manner while delivering high-quality results.

    At SAS Retail Services, we hire talented associates like you and give you the tools and training you need to succeed and advance in your career. As a large growing company with a national and global reach, our company offers you many opportunities to learn new skills and seek higher positions. APPLY TODAY!

    What We Offer


    • 401(K) with Company Match

    Responsibilities:


    • Safely and efficiently stock new or changing products by following the Retailer store schematic

    • Clean, straighten or assemble shelves/racks and display cases following measurement guidelines

    • Check code dates, rotate products that may be old or slow moving and remove unsaleable items

    • Re-tag shelves in the store

    Qualifications:


    • Previous merchandising and/or retail experience preferred

    • Planogram experience preferred

    • High School diploma preferred

    Responsibilities

    The Company is one of North America’s leading sales and marketing agencies specializing in outsourced sales, merchandising, category management and marketing services to manufacturers, suppliers and producers of food products and consumer packaged goods. The Company services a variety of trade channels including grocery, mass merchandise, specialty, convenience, drug, dollar, club, hardware, consumer electronics and home centers. We bridge the gap between manufacturers and retailers, providing consumers access to the best products available in the marketplace today.

    Position Summary

    The Retail Merchandiser (RM) is responsible for merchandising Client products at retail accounts within an assigned territory to ensure Client standards are met and volume is increased.

    Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities

    Distribution


    • Meet Client and Company objectives by maintaining full distribution on existing SKUs.

    Sales and Merchandising


    • Maintain client objectives by ensuring secondary placements of product(s) are fully stocked, correctly signed, properly faced, and set to schematics.

    New Items


    • Achieve business objectives through placement of new items at all assigned stores.

    Reset Activity and Schematics Completion


    • Maintain schematic standards by ensuring all authorized items are in distribution and set to shelf standards. Must be able to maintain schematic integrity through consistent communication with District Manager and other retail personnel.

    Shelf Standards and Conditions


    • Will work on the authorization of items to meet Client shelf schematic standards. Must be able to take direction regarding tagging, rotating, and placing POS materials for products on shelf.

    Administration/Reporting:


    • Complete accurate and timely paperwork and reports, recaps, itineraries, timesheets, expense reports, etc.

    Supervisory Responsibilities

    Direct Reports

    This position does not have supervisory responsibilities for direct reports

    Indirect Reports

    This position does not have guidance or mentoring responsibilities for indirect reports

    Travel and/or Driving Requirements


    • Travel is not an essential duty and function of this job. Driving is an essential duty or function of this job.

    Minimum Qualifications

    Education Level: (Required): High School Diploma or GED or equivalent experience

    Field of Study/Area of Experience: Retail


    • 1-3 years of experience in Retail

    Skills, Knowledge and Abilities


    • Excellent customer service orientation

    • Good interpersonal skills

    • Ability to understand and follow specific instructions and procedures

    • Ability to ensure a high level of service and quality is maintained

    • Well-organized, detail-oriented, and able to handle a fast-paced work environment

    • Track record of building and maintaining customer/client relationships

    • Flexible and adaptable, able to change and alter according to changes in projects or business environment

    • Ability to complete multiple duties with accuracy shifting from one to another with frequent interruptions and competing deadlines

    • Must be able to take direction regarding tagging, rotating, and placing products on shelf.

    • Ability to communicate effectively both internally to management and externally with Customers.

    Environmental & Physical Requirements

    Field / Reps Requirements

    Incumbent must be able to perform the essential functions of the job. Work is performed in a retail in-store environment. Typically requires the ability to spend 66%+ hours each work day doing the following activities: engage in considerable physical activity, ability to lift and/or push up to 74 pounds, stand on feet for long periods of time, use products or cook food as appropriate for the demonstration, and may be required to work in extremely cold conditions (i.e. refrigerated and freezer sections). Also required to travel and drive. The use of proper safety practices when handling the products and/or cooking is essential.

    Additional Information Regarding The Company Job Duties and Job Descriptions

    Job duties include additional responsibilities as assigned by one’s supervisor or other manager related to the position/department. This job description is meant to describe the general nature and level of work being performed; it is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required for the position. The company reserves the right at any time with or without notice to alter or change job responsibilities, reassign or transfer job position or assign additional job responsibilities, subject to applicable law. The Company shall provide reasonable accommodations of known disabilities to enable a qualified applicant or employee to apply for employment, perform the essential functions of the job, or enjoy the benefits and privileges of employment as required by the law.

    Any estimate, schedule, or guideline provided to associates in this job description or elsewhere in connection with their jobs is only intended to help describe job duties and for planning purposes. Regardless of any such estimate, schedule, or guideline, associates must always record all time worked for our company (which includes but is not limited to on-site work time in an assigned store, office, or other work location; required waiting time; administrative time; and work-related travel time).

    Important Information

    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of associates so classified.

    The Company is committed to providing equal opportunity in all employment practices without regard to age, race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, physical or mental disability, or any other category protected by law. As part of this commitment, the Company shall provide reasonable accommodations of known disabilities to enable an applicant or employee to apply for employment, perform the essential functions of the job, or enjoy the benefits and privileges of employment as required by the law.

    The Company will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring (Ban the Box) Ordinance. All of our positions require the satisfactory completion of a background check. Please be aware that acknowledging or having criminal convictions does not constitute an automatic bar to employment. Factors including, but not limited to age and time of the offense, seriousness and nature of the violation, and rehabilitation will be taken into account.

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    Position Title: Outreach Associate

    Full-time, Exempt

    Location: Little Village, Chicago, IL

    Organization:

    Self-Help Federal Credit Union was chartered in 2008 to rapidly build a network of credit union branches to serve low income and underserved communities in California, Illinois, and Milwaukee. With 27 branches,

    $.1 billion in assets, and serving more than 80,000 people, we are committed to delivering safe and affordable financial services to those who need them most. This includes savings and transaction accounts as well as a full suite of loans - small dollar, citizenship, unsecured consumer, auto, mortgage and commercial - often to borrowers who could not access responsible services elsewhere.

    Self-Help Federal is part of the Self-Help family of non-profit organizations with a common mission - creating and protecting ownership and economic opportunity for all -- and a senior leadership team. For 38 years, Self-Help has been at the forefront of helping low-income and minority families create and build wealth. Headquartered in Durham, North Carolina, Self-Help is a community development lender that has provided over $7 billion in financing to more than 120,000 families, individuals and organizations. Together with our members, borrowers, partners and supporters, we provide fair and affordable financial services; help renters become homeowners; help small businesses grow and create jobs; convert neglected buildings into community assets; and advocate for responsible lending policies that help all people, especially families with low-to-moderate incomes. Self-Help is widely considered a leader in the field and was featured as one of twelve exemplary nonprofits nationwide in the book Forces for Good.

    Position

    The Outreach Associate will provide critical, high-level support to efforts in building important strategic relationships throughout Illinois / Wisconsin and nationally. Working closely with the President of Second Federal division of Self-Help Federal Credit Union, the successful candidate will help drive a broad range of outreach and relationship-building efforts focused particularly on Nonprofit organizations, Elected officials, Latino service/advocacy groups and credit unions. This work will be instrumental in helping Self-Help Federal expand its operations and deliver more impact in the communities it serves.

    Principal Responsibilities

    Support and manage efforts directed by the President deemed critical to advancing organizational priorities. Examples of potential projects include:

    • Support and lead outreach efforts to Local and Statewide Organizations. Particular focus will include Nonprofit organizations, Latino service/advocacy, governmental, credit union, and banking organizations.

    • Supporting the organization's efforts to build relationships and maximize opportunities with the media, both English and Spanish language outlets.

    • Help support coordination of relationship development and management with teams throughout SHFCU - especially Marketing and Communications and Branch Operations.

    • Help improve coordination of relationship management throughout the Self-Help family - including Self- Help staff in greater Chicago, greater Milwaukee California and North Carolina as well as the Center for Responsible Lending, Self-Help's national public policy affiliate.

    • As appropriate, attend events locally and statewide, making presentations and otherwise representing Self-Help in both Spanish and English.

    • Otherwise lead and support outreach and other efforts to further organizational priorities.

    Desired Qualifications

    • Bachelor's degree and at least 5 years relevant professional experience, with a focus on community development, credit union, marketing and communications, outreach and/or community development.

    • Excellent, demonstrated verbal and written communication skills.

    • Strong presentation development and delivery skills.

    • Excellent interpersonal skills - demonstrated ability to work effectively in varied professional, socio- economic and cultural contexts.

    • Highly resourceful -- self-starter and problem solver with excellent follow through.

    • Effective working behind the scenes.

    • Strong organizational skills - ability to work effectively with others without formal authority.

    • Interest in and experience with community economic development programs.

    • Sensitivity to issues of low-wealth families and communities, and a desire to work in a racially and socially diverse organization.

    • Sincere commitment to teamwork and an interest in the development of colleagues -- both important Self-Help values.

    • Spanish fluency required.

    • Willingness to work hours reflective of an executive-level position, with travel.

    Compensation: Competitive nonprofit salary, based on experience, plus a generous benefits package that includes health, dental, life insurance, flexible spending plan, retirement plan, paid parental leave, and domestic partners policy.

    Application: To apply, please send resume and cover letter. Please include position title and location as the subject of your email.

    We are an equal opportunity employer:

    Self-Help is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all persons regardless of race, color, class, age, religion, disability that can be accommodated, marital status (including domestic partner status), ancestry, nationality, national origin, religion (and lack thereof), family status, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), other medical condition and/or disability: physical or mental, AIDS/HIV status, genetic information, sexual identity, gender identification (including transgender status), sexual orientation, political activities or affiliations, and veteran status.

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    Lockdown Bar and Grill is looking to hire a full time line cook.

    Must have two years experience in a medium paced kitchen.

    Must know how to work in a team and solo.

    Must be pen to work all weekends.

    Very fun place! Not late nights as you are out before midnight. We take pride in taking care of our team. If you think this sounds like you please come in or send over your resume.

    We are looking to hire ASAP

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    The Dearborn, a high volume restaurant in the Loop's Theater District, is seeking experienced bartenders.

    We are looking for dynamic self-starters who have a passion for food and beverage and an eye for service that goes above and beyond guest expectations.

    Applicants must be:

    - Creative and have craft cocktail experience in a high volume environment

    - Organized with attention to detail

    - Efficient at multitasking

    - Knowledgeable about food and beverage

    - Experienced in Steps of Service

    - Dependable

    - Weekend shifts mandatory

    3+ years experience preferred. Please email a resume and cover letter.

    **We are an Equal Opportunity Employer**

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    Overview

    Accelerate Institute is seeking a talented Senior Director of Curriculum and Assessment. Under the guidance and management of the Chief Academic Officer, the Senior Director of Curriculum and Assessment’s primary role is to support the implementation of the core components of The Accelerator program. This individual will be responsible for the design and delivery of high-quality curriculum, providing individualized advisory, and supporting Accelerator Schools for three years. This is a wonderful opportunity for an experienced principal/principal supervisor who is looking to expand their impact on students by significantly contributing to the development of a cohort of Chicago principals.

    The Senior Director will serve as an academic resource for the program and be involved with all aspects of the program including: selection, curriculum design and delivery, advisory and leadership development, and program evaluation. The Senior Director will also work directly with Accelerator Principals and principal managers to ensure all Accelerator Principals meet set performance standards. The Senior Director will work with Accelerator Principals to assess progress toward goals and support strategic planning to reach school goals.

    Accelerate Institute offers a hands-on, fast-paced work environment and potential for growth. This position provides the opportunity to join a team playing a leading role in developing school leaders across the country working to close the achievement gap.

    About Accelerate Institute

    Accelerate Institute’s mission is to close the achievement gap by creating high-impact school leaders who accelerate student achievement. Grounded in the belief that demographics are not destiny and that all children can achieve at high levels given equal access to quality education, Accelerate Institute identifies and develops high-performing, results-focused leaders with a passion for closing the achievement gap in urban education. We develop this talent by drawing on the leadership model used to achieve success at our nationally-recognized school, Alain Locke Charter School.

    The Accelerator, a program of Accelerate Institute, provides urban K-12 school principals and their leadership teams with the skills and customized support necessary to execute schoolwide change management and significantly improve academics and culture. Accelerator Principals are prepared through a Summer Institute and intensive, one-on-one Advisory. They join a national network of transformational leaders trained and supported by Accelerate Institute.

    Accelerate Institute is located in Chicago, Illinois.

    Position Responsibilities

    Curriculum Design and Delivery:

    · Facilitate and lead all Accelerator programming, including Accelerate Summer Institute, Principal Forums, Advisory calls, school visits, and other learning experiences as needed

    · Collaborate with the Curriculum and Assessment team to adapt curriculum to meet the needs of the various regions served by Accelerate Institute and to support content delivery and professional development

    · Ensure 80/20 School Strategic Plans are designed to maximize opportunities to apply and practice the Accelerate Framework

    · Familiarize self with research-based curriculum and the strengths and needs of each Accelerator Principal

    · Manage self, program, and Accelerator Principals at an extremely high level in all situations

    Advisory and Leadership Development:

    · Collaboratively set performance goals with Accelerator Principals to provide methods by which to monitor progress

    · Conduct observation/feedback and planning loop to support progress to performance goals

    · Conduct school site visits to observe and coach the skills and capabilities aligned to the Accelerate Framework

    · Negotiate and communicate with principal managers to support leadership experiences for Accelerator Principals

    · Lead the implementation of School Assessments three times per year

    Required Qualifications and Skills

    The ideal candidate is:

    · strategic and results-oriented, excels at critical thinking and problem solving;

    · a self-starter who is able to address problems creatively;

    · effective as an individual contributor and as a collaborative team player;

    · committed to lifelong learning and has a strong desire to seek professional development opportunities for growth;

    · able to model effective school leadership, teaching, and professional development;

    · able to consistently promote inquiry and reflection;

    · adept at developing and maintaining strong internal and external relationships at all levels;

    · extremely detail-oriented, organized, and able to execute processes to support principal development;

    · a highly motivated professional who thrives in a metrics-driven, fast-paced, and ever-developing environment, has vast experience teaching and leading in public schools, is committed to ensuring high academic achievement for all children, and wants to positively impact the lives of children by improving K-12 public education

    Required Skills and Qualifications:

    · Advanced education degree

    · Three or more years of experience leading professional development in an adult leadership setting

    · Three or more years of experience as a principal, head of school, or district administrator in an urban school/district with gap-closing results; strong preference for individuals with experience supervising/training school principals

    · Significant teaching experience with gap-closing results

    · Ability to design and present professional development that is “sticky”

    · Strong ability to multi-task and work under high pressure and deadlines

    · Exceptional communication and writing skills; strong oral communication skills

    · Strong experience with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.)

    Compensation

    Accelerate Institute offers a competitive salary and full benefits package.

    To Apply

    Qualified candidates can apply via email to Erin Brooks. Please include “Senior Director of Curriculum and Assessment Search” as the subject of your email and submit the following:

    · Cover letter describing your skills, interest, and passion in creating equal access to education for all children

    · Resume that clearly articulates your qualifications to the required skill sets defined above

    For more information on Accelerate Institute.

    Our Commitment to Diversity

    Accelerate Institute embraces diversity. It is something we have believed in and supported from day one. Having a diverse organization aligns with our commitment to an equal opportunity workplace. We celebrate equal employment opportunities regardless of race, color, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity, Veteran status, or other legally protected status. We are also ready to accommodate physically challenged or special needs individuals who require any special assistance. Accelerate Institute is proud of our history of diversity and is a strong supporter of the community.

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    Who we are



    We help our clients build brand relationships that matter, that are commercially and emotionally rewarding. We do this by understanding people and closing the relationship gap between businesses and people.



    Our positioning is as a strategic brand consultancy, powered by data and insight. We work with some of the world’s biggest companies shaping their brand relationships for them.



    We do this through disciplined strategic thinking. This then acts as a driving force to extract hidden insights from further research investigation and data analytics.



    Role



    We have an exciting opportunity for an Analyst to join our team. You’ll work on a range of projects and client accounts, analyzing and interpreting data and providing engaging, actionable insights for our clients.



    We’d love someone with a passion for communications and a keen interest to expand their skills in all types of research techniques and solutions including qual and quant techniques as well as mobile, digital and social media.



    You’ll need to be proactive and have excellent organizational skills to respond to a wide range of requests and challenges. This role will be perfect for someone who loves getting under the skin of brands to passionately and confidently deliver the latest insight stories for our clients.



    We are open to a variety of backgrounds including people with a passion for marketing, digital, analytics, social media, mobile, semiotics, human behaviour and psychology.



    Core responsibilities



    Supports the team in managing positive day to day client relationships.



    Develops an awareness of the client’s business, including press coverage, their media laydown and digital strategy and previous projects, research and campaigns.



    Understands our strategy and embraces new products, technologies and methodologies in client work.



    Takes opportunities to present at internal meetings or training sessions to develop skills.



    Develops a strong understanding of different research methods.



    Develops key research skills including drafting and managing the execution of complex surveys; presenting data clearly and accurately; planning and undertaking analysis; interpreting data and preparing summaries.



    Manages and optimizes timelines for research projects, collaborating with experts as needed. Ensures accuracy and attention to detail in all phases of a project.



    Writes clear and inspiring insight stories for clients.



    Shows a passion for the digital media landscape, actively applying our Digital Dos and using tools to analyze social data, developing bespoke reports for clients. Capable of gathering and analyzing data from different sources.



    Stays up to date with developments in our industry and beyond with particular attention to trends, social media, consumer behavior and data/analytics.



    Helps identify ways in which to improve efficiencies on client accounts and develop automated solutions.



    Key attributes



    Courageous. Proactive, gets involved and makes decisions when needed.



    Creative. Demonstrates a love of people and brands, steps outside the ordinary to surprise and delight clients. A problem solver, thinking pragmatically to make the complex simple.



    Curious. Shows a hunger to learn, innovating and experimenting at work. Embraces new ideas and ways of working. Willing to learn integrated approach to research and expand skills into strategic consultation.



    Collaborative. Great at working within team environments and getting stuff done together.



    Strong organizational skills. Able to prioritize to deliver outstanding quality on time.



    Good presentation and storytelling skills.



    Highly motivated and driven, with a hunger to understand our business and grow.



    What we offer you



    We’ve been told that our culture is unique, it’s a difficult thing to put into words but it’s all about being challenging yet treating each other with respect. We are naturally curious and we love to learn and discover new things.



    We nurture opinions and really respect people who have a point of view and aren’t afraid to share their thinking. We work as teams and responsibilities sit with everyone in that team, whatever their job title. A can-do attitude goes a long way in our business and we don't tolerate egos!



    We are passionate about helping our people to learn, stretch and grow. We want this to be a place where people feel challenged, as well as guided and supported.



    We have a Learn calendar packed with opportunities to attend interactive training sessions. From “OutsideIn” sessions with industry experts to “15 minutes of Fame” sessions with colleagues to share the amazing work we do, there are lots of ways to build your skills for the future.



    Benefits



    We want our people to feel rewarded for the great work they do. Here are some of the benefits we offer.



    Comprehensive benefits program (including medical, dental and vision coverage)



    401k program



    Group life insurance



    Generous vacation policy



    Discretionary summer Friday bonus days



    Employee Discount programs



    Hall & Partners is an equal opportunity employer and are strongly committed to promoting equal opportunity. We maintain an Equal Opportunities, Diversity and Anti-Harassment Policy to inform, guide and encourage equal opportunities practices within the Company. We are also part of the Omnicom group and together we promote and embrace equality and diversity through a number of initiatives such as Omniwomen, ADCOLOR and Open Pride. You can read more about our commitment to do equality and diversity here: http://www.omnicomgroup.com/culture/diversity/


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    Move over repetitive, stationary cycling. The Future is CYCMODE.

    CYCMODE is the only studio on the planet with an immersive and virtual indoor cycling experience, paired with bikes that move.

    Visual experience: Inspired by cinema, live concert experiences and interactive gaming, take a 40-minute multi-peak workout with a journey through digitally-created worlds or a 45-minute music video ride. It's called Immersive Fitness - and it provides a different focus as you react to visual cues instead of counting reps.

    Cycling experience: Comes to life as riders follow the digitally created journey on the industry's only indoor bike that allows riders to lean, turn, steer, and balance through three planes of motion. Take the training wheels off with us (the bikes move!), and feel the fun and functional training benefits of outdoor cycling ...inside.

    Indoor Cycling Just Got Real

    A critical part of our team, the CYCMODE Group Fitness Indoor Cycling Instructor, teaches safe and effective classes, creates a positive class atmosphere and motivates members to reach their goals, promotes studio classes and events, and represents the company in a positive manner.

    Requirements:

    Responsible for all processes related to class instruction, member satisfaction, and club cleanliness, and emergency procedures. These processes include (but are not limited to) speaking to members before and after class and following substitution policies.

    Maintain required certifications and complete continuing education. Note: Group Fitness Choreography Program Kits cost $34.95 (autoship) per program format, quarterly.

    Report safety, equipment and studio issues to Owner and/or Studio Manager.

    Teach up to 2 classes per week.

    All instructors should check-in no later than 30 minutes before their scheduled instructor-led session. All instructors should leave no earlier than 15 minutes after their instructor-led session ends.

    Class options include:

    Les Mills The Trip, a fully immersive workout experience;

    Music Video Rides (your own custom music video playlist)

    Post one weekly CYCMODE updates on personal social media accounts (eg Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) in order to update riders on schedules and classes, and/or to promote CYCMODE events/campaigns.

     

    Qualifications:

    Must have least six months' Group Fitness instructor experience (preferred), participate in a nationally recognized Group Fitness certification from a US Fitness accepted provider (required), be current with CPR, First Aid, and AED certifications (required), possess specific Les Mills Certification, to include: The Trip - and must be active and current on auto ship.

    Must possess excellent verbal and nonverbal communication skills, excellent listening skills, and demonstrate the ability to motivate and nurture others.

    Must have a strong work ethic that includes punctuality, organization, and attention to detail, have the ability to maintain a friendly, enthusiastic, and positive attitude, and always maintain an outwardly facing professional appearance.

    Potential Available Hours:

    Monday - Friday: 6:00am, 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm, 7:30pm

    Sunday: 8:30am, 10:30am, 11:45am

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    City Year Chicago is seeking a talented individual to join our Impact Operations team within the larger Impact Department as a Compliance Manager, reporting to the Senior Impact Operations Director. The Compliance Manager will be critical in ensuring that City Year Chicago is meeting expectations from Serve Illinois, City Year, Inc and Chicago Public Schools. This role will be responsible for creating and maintaining efficient operational systems to onboard, maintain and off board AmeriCorps members to City Year. The Compliance Manager will provide top-notch customer service to the AmeriCorps Members, staff and crucial stakeholders. This position ensures that AmeriCorps Members can serve students and that City Year Chicago remains in good standing with key stakeholders as it relates to compliance.

    Responsibilities

    •Plan execute AmeriCorps registration .

    • Ensure that all ACMs complete TB testing prior to beginning service in schools.

    • Collaborate with Operations and Program staff to ensure a smooth entry for incoming ACMs;

    • Execute and lead the smooth exit of ACM’s, coordinate with program staff to ensure all ACM’s get offboarded

    according to compliance timelines and requirements.


    • Facilitate AmeriCorps required training.

    • Ensure 100% of ACMs complete all AmeriCorps and City Year required trainings, including AmeriCorps prohibited

    • activities, student safety trainings, Basic Training Academy, etc.

    • Maintain required records of training content and ACM attendance; update Light board in timely matter.

    • CYCHI complies with all Federal and State AmeriCorps regulations and keeps clean, accurate, accessible evidence of compliance.

    • Build, maintain and safeguard AmeriCorps- required documents in ACM personnel files.

    • Support accurate and timely completion of AmeriCorps reports. including collation of relevant data and monitoring of reporting calendar.

    • Respond immediately to request by AmeriCorps for ACM information or files.

    • Plan & Manage monitoring visit with Serve Illinois.

    • Serve as liaison Serve Illinois and City Year Chicago.

    • Build and maintain compliance tracker.

    • Serve e-Grants manager.

    • Serve as Corps site analyst.

    • Serve as liaison with government relations.

    • Facilitate trainings for program staff regarding AmeriCorps Member compliance.

    • Ensure accommodations are compliant as required by HQ and GR.

    • Manage accompaniment requirements and documentation.

    • Create site hours plan and monitor ACM Hours progress.

    • Provide hours reports to Program Staff.

    • Create hours plan for ACM's who are behind on hours.

    • Ensure that ACM hours accrual site wide ensure that AmeriCorps compliance requirements are met.

    • Monitor ACM Hours progress.

    • Timely process AmeriCorps Member exits within 24 hours of dismissals/resignations/CPC.

    • CPC documentation uploaded and recorded.

    • Create and manage ACM retention dashboard.

    • Coordinate CPC suspensions.

    • Maintain and oversee Incident Reporting and Mandated Reporting system.

    • Provide Reports on trends in Incident and Mandated Reporting activity.

    • Create and maintain site based Mandated Reporting Procedure.

    • Serve as liaison with CPS security team.

    • Manage CPS compliance regulations.

    Additional Experience and Qualifications Needed:


    • Bachelor's degree or extensive relevant experience required

    • Basic knowledge of K-12 data systems, CPS knowledge preferred

    • Comfortable with MS Office suite of software products, e.g. Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Outlook, SharePoint

    • Intermediate knowledge of Excel required and willingness to learn new systems

    • Effective communication and organizational skills; must demonstrate attention to detail.

    • Comfort with (and an interest in) collaborating and presenting information to internal and external audiences.

    • Experience managing multiple projects or tasks with competing deadlines.

    • Ability to work well independently and in a collaborative team environment.

    • Belief in youth as agents of social change.

    • City Year/AmeriCorps/Peace Corps experience is a plus

    • Strong connection to City Year culture and values, for more information visit

    Required Documents

    Preferred resume formats will depict not only a candidate’s responsibilities and job functions in previous work, but will include specific, quantitative results where applicable. Additional quantitative context around specific budget sizes, team sizes, or other work environment information will help City Year compare the scale of your work environment with our operations.

    Compensation and Benefits

    Full time employees are entitled to compensation commensurate with experience. Benefits for full time employees include health insurance with Flexible Spending Account, paid vacation, holidays, parental leave, 401K, and more.

    City Year is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse workforce. Individuals from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply, including persons with disabilities and veterans.

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    Develop your career with the fastest growing tea company in the world! With over 50 locations across the US and internationally, Argo Tea is full of energetic tea and food enthusiasts that are committed to HospitaliTEA, QualiTEA, and ResponsibiliTEA. Our TEAm Leaders are dedicated to keeping the team focused and engaged during their shifts and ensuring that the café operations run smoothly. Each day, the ResponsibiliTeas of a TEAm Leader can be categorized into five key areas – being a great Operator, Leader, Merchant, Entrepreneur, and Communicator. Argo TEAm Leaders are an essential part of the leadership TEAm and work as partners to the Assistant and Store Leaders to help obtain store results and inspire the TEAm to do a great job and love where they work!

    We are passionate about bringing teas directly from growers around the world and blending them into unique and delicious signature beverages and teas. We are committed to being a sustainable business by working with the best local and global tea, coffee, and food artisans and by contributing back to our communities to promote a healthy lifestyle and the conservation of natural resources. We are dedicated to delivering consistent quality and a genuine customer experience "one customer and one cup at a time" and to providing the "Argo experience" through our innovative approach of rediscovering the diversity and tradition of teas. We promote diversity by empowering our employees and leveraging our customers' feedback, which together results in the best products, people, and business.

    Key ResponsibiliTeas:

    Operator:


    • Demonstrates the ability to observe and manage the café workflow, effectively delegate tasks and support the TEAm on every shift to expedite and enhance the Argo experience for our customersLeader:

    • Motivates the TeaMembers to strive for excellence and support Argo Tea’s culture, values, and passion through positive coaching and encouragement through feedback and consistent communication

    • Promotes a strong sense of TEAmwork by working effectively, respectfully, and professionally with all Argo TeaMembers and modeling the behavior that promotes the customs and principles of the brandMerchant:

    • Shows attention to detail in ensuring the product displays are clean, organized, and stocked during their shift on every shiftEntrepreneur:

    • Is passionate about what they do! Embraces and supports our values, culture and dedication to SustainailiTea, CreativiTea, QualiTea, CommuniTea, DiversiTea, and ChariTea and maintaining a healthy lifestyleCommunicator:

    • Ensuring that important pieces of information are constantly being conveyed and understood by all TeaMembers, including product updates and promotions NOTE: This job description should not be construed to contain every function/responsibility that may be required to be performed by an employee in this job. Associates are required to perform other related functions as assigned.

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    If you’re exploring sales careers, you already know sales is the way to get ahead. You can sell just about anywhere, but the key is knowing how to spot the right opportunity.

    Have you ever noticed that the most successful sales people receive superior support from the companies they work with? A robust company like Platinum handles objectives like marketing, recruiting, customer service, and technology and innovation, so you can focus on what you do best—educating more customers and closing more sales.

    If you already possess the hard work, hunger and determination of a successful salesperson, you’re one step from closing the deal with a company that can launch your career beyond expectation.

    Career Details:

  • During the typical four-day workweek (Mon.–Thurs.) , you will travel to meet one-on-one with farmers and small business owners.
  • You will receive thorough training in Platinum’s reliable 10-step sales system.
  • You will be taught Platinum’s proven sales system, including how to identify highly qualified leads in each territory.
  • Those who work hard to build a strong knowledge of the product and confidence in their presentation have consistently earned $75,000–$100,000+ annually.
  • Platinum’s team-based structure encourages motivation, accountability and increased sales.
  • Additional advantages include annual renewal income potential, generous bonuses and luxury travel incentives.
  • Requirements:

  • Ability to travel overnight Monday–Thursday.
  • Must be 18 years or older to apply.

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    Account Executive



    WHO WE ARE



    Thriving since 1994, Barcodes is North America?s leading provider of barcode, mobile computing, point-of-sale, and RFID products and solutions. We?ve earned our reputation as a top value-added reseller and integrator in the auto ID and data collection industry. We provide, integrate and support enterprise asset intelligence and mobility solutions. These solutions enable organizations to capture and manage data about their assets, people and transactions to improve productivity, provide an enhanced customer experience and achieve better results.



    Barcodes, Inc. has thousands of customers, including two-thirds of the Fortune 500, and a strong team with years of industry experience and our growth is just getting started!



    WHO YOU ARE



    You are a talented Inside Sales Professional. You have been solving problems ever since you can remember. You jump at the opportunity to share how you can help others succeed and are willing to put the time and effort into making sure your solutions are effective. You are regularly complimented for asking good questions as well as your ability to listen. You focus less on the sale and more on understanding the challenge at hand and then thrive on developing the most logical solution. Your attention to detail and work ethic are the keys to your productivity and success. You are resilient and see failure as a shining opportunity to grow.



    ABOUT THE ROLE



    Responsibilities



    Achieve gross profit growth targets through sales of technology for barcoding and mobile computing solutions



    Develop and expand contacts and relationships within assigned accounts to retain and grow existing business



    Utilize your hunter mentality to make outbound calls to cultivate relationships and source new opportunities



    Optimize personal sales productivity through effective account mapping, call planning, and CRM utilization



    Develop, grow, and manage an adequate pipeline of opportunities



    Provide excellent comprehensive customer service



    Thrive on change while remaining highly organized, optimistic and coachable



    Drive to individually compete (and win!) while being a fantastic team player



    The desire to love what you do and have fun!



    Specific Skills



    Ability to develop and build long-term customer relationships with key decision makers



    Driven, self-motivated, and a desire to be successful with a high sense of urgency



    Strong technical aptitude



    Ability to uncover customer needs, present effective solutions, and close the business



    Excellent communication and presentation skills



    Excellent organization and time management skills



    Proficient in Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel, and CRM technologies in addition to basic computer knowledge



    Requirements



    Bachelor?s degree, and at least 1 year of proven success in a sales environment



    Strong sales drive with a desire to win and make money



    Experience prospecting, cold calling, and closing business



    Preferred



    2+ years of proven success in a B2B environment



    WHAT WE OFFER



    Uncapped potential with a competitive base salary AND uncapped commission structure



    Comprehensive new hire training, development, and support led by Industry Leaders



    Warm leads from customers in assigned account base



    Personalized mentorship from our Sales and Leadership team



    Hardware, software, and system training from our vendors



    Sales competitions, raffles, and monetary spiffs to enhance your income



    A comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, life, flexible spending, 401k match, paid time off, gym reimbursement and a pre-tax transit program



    A team culture full of healthy competition, teamwork and recognition ? we push each other, win together and celebrate together!


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