Job Postings, Volunteer Opportunities, and Services
We are excited to announce that we are offering a job postings section on our webpage where employers can post jobs and jobseekers can go to look for them. You may use the Job Posting service as a place to advertise job openings in your company or organization; or, if you are looking for a job, we invite you to visit this section regularly to search through the list of job postings.
Featured Job Postings:
Regional Development Representative – ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital – Charlotte, March 15, 2017
ALSAC exists to raise funds and awareness for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Their staff is dynamic and diverse. Their skills are different, their professions are varied; but their overall mission is singular: to support the lifesaving mission of St. Jude. The Regional Development Representative is responsible for generating revenue by managing, recruiting, and expanding volunteer and donor efforts throughout the region. Maximizes funds raised for the Hospital, while increasing the support for and awareness of St Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Conducts special events for general and multicultural markets throughout the region, works with and manages the coordinators of these events to maximize income, broadens events, and expands fundraising into new areas within region.
For more information about the requirements and benefits associated with this position, please view the complete job description here.
Interested candidates should apply on the ALSAC careers site: www.jobs-alsac.icims.com/jobs/12232/representative—regional-development%2c-charlotte/
Compressor Techinician – PSNC Energy, February 9th, 2017
The Compressor Technician is responsible for operating, monitoring and maintaining compressor stations including the mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, electronic and computer systems to ensure their safe and reliable functionality. A High School Diploma (from a high school accredited by an organization that is recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation or one of the entities recognized by the U.S. Department of Education) or GED required. At least 2 years of previous related experience, 5 years preferred. Knowledge of PLC programming. (Allen Bradley, Honeywell, Siemens, etc.).
Applicants must be willing and able to work after hours, on-call rotations, nights and weekends as work needs dictate. Applicants must reside within a 45 minute response time, under normal traffic conditions, from their assigned compressor station located in Kings Mountain, NC. Please go to www.PSNCEnergy.com for a more detailed summary of the responsibilities and qualifications.
Carolina Center for Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism Treatment (CCABA) – February 8th, 2017
The Carolina Center for Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism Treatment (CCABA) is seeking part-time Behavior Technicians to service Cary, Fuquay Varina, Holly Springs, Raeford, Lillington, Sanford, Cameron, Fayetteville, and Fort Bragg, North Carolina. CCABA offers in-home, in-school, and clinic-based services. Their clinics are designed to increase motivation for learning and provide a language enriched environment. Behavior Technicians work 1:1 with the client in the clinic, school, or home to provide ABA therapy. Behavior Technicians are responsible for charting and collecting data on the progresses and abilities of the assigned clients. Behavior Technicians will work closely with a supervising BCBA and will be required to implement plans of care and provide feedback as it relates to program established for each client. CCABA is dedicated to improving the lives of children with Autism. They would love to have you join our team of Behavior Technicians! What they offer: Benefits and Qualifications. Those interested in being considered for an interview please email Monica Kulesza scheduling coordinator at email@example.com.
Elementary Teacher – Temporary Position through June – January 23rd, 2017
We are seeking a 4th grade teacher in our Spanish Immersion Elementary program to support a small class beginning on February 1st through the remainder of the school year for a teacher taking a short term leave. Candidates must have native fluency in Spanish, strong English skills and at least a Bachelor’s degree or the US equivalent. All candidates must have current US work authorization valid through June 15, 2017.Our ideal candidate has experience working with fourth and fifth graders and is comfortable working with a collaborative teaching team. Candidates should be very comfortable and excited about a constructivist approach to education. Prior experience in a language immersion setting is helpful but not required. However, all instruction is provided in Spanish, and students are expected to speak Spanish exclusively in class. All of these students are native English speakers but have a very high level of fluency in Spanish and have been in our immersion program since at least kindergarten. Experience in a Montessori setting and/or Montessori certification is also highly desirable but is not required.In this lead teacher position, you will be part of a multilingual team with an existing Upper Elementary lead in English and an Upper Elementary lead in French. This team will collaborate closely to insure program integrity and cohesion across the languages, although the teachers do not typically teach together simultaneously. The lead teacher is responsible for planning individual and small group lessons in math, Spanish language arts, science, geography, and cultural studies and supporting students throughout their learning. The lead teacher will also meet with parents for scheduled and ad hoc parent-teacher conferences, attend faculty meetings and school events, and provide playground and/or lunch supervision and additional duties as requested by the Head of School.
All interested candidates should apply by sending a cover letter and a current resume/CV in English to the Head of School at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information about our school is available at imsnc.org.
Director of Finance & Administration – El Centro Hispano, October 3rd, 2016
El Centro Hispano is looking to hire a Director of Finance & Administration. They are seeking an individual with a thorough understanding of nonprofit accounting, bookkeeping, and financial information with a minimum of one year of experience in the finance area in the nonprofit sector. El Centro Hispano (ECH) , a 501 (c)(3) grassroots community based organization,works to strengthen the community, build bridges and advocate for equity and inclusion for Hispanics/Latinos in the Triangle Area of North Carolina. Please reference the job description for more information and how to apply.
ESL Teacher – Thomasville City Schools, September 27th, 2016
The Thomasville City School System is looking for an ESL teacher. For more information on this position, please contact Paula Gaaylord at: 336-474-4125.
Community Manager – United Way of the Greater Triangle, September 7th, 2016
United Way of the Greater Triangle is hiring for the full-time position of Community Manager. Their priority is to hire a English/Spanish bilingual professional for the position. This is a hybrid role with responsibilities in both marketing (social media, project management, volunteerism) and community impact (outreach). The position is designed to support organizational goals to engage communities served; raise awareness of issues; and create opportunities to get involved with United Way of the Greater Triangle (UWGT). Position is part of the Marketing & Communications Department. These goals will be achieved by coordinating diversity, equity, and inclusion trainings with staff and collaborative partners; placing corporate volunteer groups into community projects and recruiting volunteers for annual service projects; and writing content for and managing blog posts. For the full job posting and info how to apply, please visit http://www.unitedwaytriangle.o
Eligibility Coordinator – Open Door Clinic, August 19th, 2016
The Open Door Clinic of Urban Ministries of Wake County is looking to hire a part-time and a full-time Eligibility Coordinator. This position has opened where the priority is geared toward guiding patients through the enrollment process to help them receive the healthcare they need and deserve. This department is part of an expanse team of volunteers; where’d you be able to work with like minded people who strive to make our community a better place. Helping community members though the eligibility process ensures that they will be able to receive comprehensive care while avoiding using the emergency department as their primary source of health care. If interested please see the attached part-time and full-time job description and requirements. Please send resume, cover letter, 3 references and hourly wage requirements to email@example.com.
Bilingual Entry-Level Financial Industry – Latino Community Credit Union, August 9th, 2016
Latino Community Credit Union are looking for professional English/Spanish bilingual individuals to come work with us in the Durham area! We are a not for profit credit union which specializes in financial education and focuses on helping members of the Latino Community make empowered financial choices that will benefit their lives. We need someone who shares our mission, vision and values and wants to start an exciting career in the financial industry. Interested individuals should apply through the Careers page on our website, at www.latinoccu.org/about-us/car
The Intern Match – Internet website
Not only does this website provide you with in-state and out-of-state internships and entry-level jobs, but it also provides excellent resume and cover letter samples and tips. Click here to start digging!
Please contact the employers directly for more information, as NCSHP does not have information about the jobs beyond what is posted.
Job postings will be posted for 30 days unless otherwise noted.
Posting should contain link to employer’s website or application for position. Headline, description, link and contact information can be sent to NCSHP at firstname.lastname@example.org. Call (919) 467-8424 with questions.