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FT/PT Retail /Jewelry SalesSergios Fine Jewelers
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Job Start Date:Type of Position:Retail
Number of Openings:1
Job Location & Contact:
10132 Baltimore National Pike
Ellicott City, MD21042
410-461-4400
Job Description:
Assisting clients in a fine jewelry setting with major Bridal lines and fashion jewelry. Facilitate repairs and jewelry displays
Experience Required:
Jewelry experience or retail sales experience is a plus
How to Apply:
Please email resume to sergiosjewelers@aol.com or fax 410-480-0400
Application Deadline:
Jan 01, 1900
Family Service CounselorCrest Lawn Memorial Gardens
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Job Start Date:11/14/2016Type of Position:Other
Number of Openings:2
Job Location & Contact:
2150 Mount View Road
Marriottsville, MD21104
410-442-5700
Job Description:
SCI offers the Dignity Memorial Plan and other funeral and cemetery arrangement packages to families with a desire to take care of these arrangements ahead of time. More information can be obtained by visiting: www.dignitymemorial.com, www.dignityplanning.com (consumer facing websites), www.sci-corp.com (investor relations website). Sales Professionals educate the benefits of pre-planning cemetery, funeral and/or cremation services and products.
Experience Required:
How to Apply:
Please contact Joanne Hause at (410) 442-5700 or email: Joanne.Hause@dignitymemorial.com
Application Deadline:
Jan 01, 1900
Program Coordinator- Population HealthHoward County General Hospital
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Job Start Date:03/06/2017Type of Position:Medical
Number of Openings:1Wage/Salary:$Per Hour
Job Location & Contact:
5755 Cedar Ln
Columbia, MD21044
410-720-8779
Job Description:
•Plan, coordinate and lead chronic disease screenings in faith-based organizations and other community based settings. •Perform screening activities including taking biometric measurements, implementing screening questionnaires, counseling at-risk individuals and referring eligible participants to evidence-based programs. •Secures and oversees volunteer and contractual staff during screening events. •Identify opportunities to offer additional wellness services based on community needs. • Facilitate and coordinate chronic disease self-management classes within the Wellness Center, faith-based organizations and other community based settings. • Monitor, track and report screening and prevention class program activities. • Contribute to Journey to Better Health program planning including development, implementation and monitoring of deliverables • Support program efforts to create and maintain partnerships with Howard County faith-based organizations and their leadership •Work with management and other program staff to hold meetings with faith leaders, volunteers and other program stakeholders
Experience Required:
•Ability to collect and interpret biometric data including blood pressure and body mass index and other health data •Experience and skill in the delivery of health coaching and education for chronic disease self-management •Experience with organizing and facilitating groups •Experience with data collection and reporting •Excellent oral and written communication skills with diverse populations •Value and respect for a broad range of spiritual, cultural, and economic backgrounds. •Expertise in Microsoft Suite and TrackVia software
How to Apply:
Please visit hcgh.org
Application Deadline:
Jan 01, 1900
Development DirectorJunior Achievement of Central Maryland
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Job Start Date:Type of Position:Development
Number of Openings:1
Job Location & Contact:
10711 Red Run Blvd.
Suite 110
Owings Mills, MD21117
4433947211
Job Description:
Development Director will spearhead Junior Achievements (JA) annual giving and event efforts as the organization continues to scale. The experienced candidate is strategic and a sales-oriented individual, who has a keen understanding of best practices in fundraising, a proven track record of securing annual gifts, as well as event experience. The candidate must demonstrate a high level of integrity and trust, and must be a self-starter with a sense of urgency and a clear set of priorities, but with the ability to adapt to changing circumstances in a complex environment. This individual will possess the energy, enthusiasm, professionalism, and drive to achieve ambitious fundraising goals. This position requires the ability to work a flexible schedule, including evenings and weekends as required. The individual must also have the ability and willingness to travel within the state to meet with prospects and donors. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Develop and execute JA’s annual fundraising efforts, resulting in new gifts and an increase in gifts from a sustained base of annual donors. 2. Organize and oversee development prospecting, research and rating system to align to regional and organizational needs 3. Cultivate, solicit and steward donors in order to secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations 4. Expand revenue base in JA’s priority counties collaboratively working with JA’s regional program team members to identify new sources of financial support 5. Development and execution of proposals; includes grant writing and grants management of annual gifts, as well as support of major donor grants as needed 6. Develop, maintain and steward ongoing relationships with donors 7. Oversee organization of specials events including sales and logistics 8. Create plan to grow event sponsorship and participation to meet financial goals and build awareness for JA’s mission 9. Develop and track proposals and reports for foundation and corporate fundraising 10. Manage and implement data management system and oversee staff responsible for data entry and gift processing
Experience Required:
Required: Bachelor’s degree and tangible experience in development and proved track record of cultivating and closing annual gifts from corporate partnerships, foundations, and individuals. Track record of successful grant writing/grants management. Special event experience. Prospecting and research skills, and persuasive, closing skills. Superior communication skills; clarity, crispness and effectiveness in written and oral presentation. Flexible and adaptable style to manage multiple tasks and competing priorities. Computer competency in Microsoft Office programs and internet-based research tools. Desired: Information management skills and experience with Raiser’s Edge, Salesforce other development-specific database experience. AFP training or certification. Salary range: Based on experience
How to Apply:
Send cover letter and resume to Kaitlin Bowman at kbowman@jamaryland.org
Application Deadline:
Jan 01, 1900
IT Support SpecialistAthelas Insitute
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Job Start Date:Type of Position:IT
Number of Openings:1
Job Location & Contact:
9104 Red Branch Road
Columbia, MD21045
410-964-1241
Job Description:
• Embrace the role of primary POC for the IT Help Desk and support the daily operations of the IT department. • Assess infrastructure on a regular basis to ensure it continues to meet necessary demands and supports end-user productivity. • Coordinate the technology needs of in-house IT experts, employees, vendors and contractors. • Work to resolve IT Help Desk tickets, technology and software application issues in a timely and cost-effective manner, utilizing excellent customer service skills. • Provide recommendations for technology roadmaps, upgrades and changes that best support the IT department in achieving the organization’s goals. • Implement tagging/tracking solutions to accurately maintain inventory for all hardware and software systems. • Research and recommend technology trends and industry leading technology solutions that help support the organization’s mission and goals. • Oversee the maintenance of existing hardware and software and ensure the timely implementation of necessary upgrades. • Assist with the installation of new hardware and software • Help train employees / end users on the use of company hardware and software. • Develop reliable metrics for tracking / reporting hardware and software inventory, Help Desk tickets, and project status. • Develop new strategies and IT procedures to increase efficiency, enhance workflow, and improve end-user satisfaction. • Stay up-to-date on security risks / vulnerabilities and help to implement strategic solutions that ensure corporate, end-user and client security. • Liaise with all business units, managers, and end-users to best understand and meet their technology and software applications requirements. • Expected to perform at a high level of competency and complete any and all other duties as assigned. • Other duties as assigned by Director
Experience Required:
• Minimum of four years’ experience in IT Help Desk and technology support role. • Associates degree in Information Technology or Computer Science preferred, but not required. Evidence of continuing education, such as IT Certifications, or a Bachelor’s degree is a plus. • Solid working knowledge of IT Help Desk protocols, Industry standard hardware and software, Microsoft Office 365, Windows and MSOffice environments. • Working knowledge of application support with vendors and end-users, as well as, a mental acuity to learn new applications quickly and implement streamlined business processes utilizing industry standard and custom applications. • Working knowledge of current security protocols and threats, as well as, Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery strategies and operations. • Excellent project management, communication and interpersonal skills required. • Ability to foresee potential issues and troubleshoot them proactively. • Strong organizational skills to juggle multiple tasks and projects with competing resources, in a fast paced, deadline-driven environment, as well as, set meaningful priorities. • Team player mentality and willing to work to reach goals in a team environment. Working Conditions: • Work in an office environment, usually working during a standard work week of Monday – Friday 8 AM – 5PM with some flexibility. • Capable of sitting / standing for long periods of time. Required to lift 25 pounds. • May be required to work evenings and weekends attending meetings, social and special events, and supporting IT related activities, outages and projects. • A valid Maryland driver’s license and reliable transportation are required to perform job duties. • This role will be based at the Main Office in Columbia, MD, but will be required to have a presence in all of the major program facilities and residential sites. • This role will report to the Director, Business Development and Information Technology Please Note: This job description is not all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.
How to Apply:
Application Deadline:
Jan 01, 1900
Deputy DirectorHoward County Arts Council
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Job Start Date:8/1/19Type of Position:Arts Management
Number of Openings:1
Job Location & Contact:
8510 High Ridge Road
Ellicott City, MD21043
410-313-2787
Job Description:
The Howard County Arts Council, a multi-purpose, non-profit arts agency, seeks a qualified individual for the position of Deputy Director. The Deputy Director is responsible for programming and managing the day-to-day operations of a vibrant community art center. Candidates should have experience that demonstrates leadership with an emphasis on diverse community-based arts programming. The Deputy Director reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for managing the Howard County Center for the Arts, a 32,000 sq. ft. multi-disciplinary facility that offers a wide range of programs and opportunities in the arts. The Center exists to encourage an active, supportive relationship between artists and the public, which is essential to the cultural development of our community. It houses two exhibition spaces, a flexible black box theatre, one large meeting room, a reception area, three classrooms, a dance studio, 14 individual artists’ studios, and administrative offices for three resident arts groups. The Center is open 7 days a week: Mon to Thu 9am-10pm; Friday 9am - 8pm; Saturday 10am – 4pm; and Sun NOON – 4pm; it is also open later for productions in the theatre as needed The Deputy reports to the Executive Director and is responsible for planning, implementing and marketing all programs; tracking and maintaining budgets; hiring and supervising 2 full-time program and 4 part-time building staff and 25 independent contractors; researching and writing grants; implementing and evaluating programs; managing daily building operations, safety and building maintenance; and other duties as assigned. The Deputy works closely with the Executive Director and a 15-member volunteer Board of Directors to set long-term goals, strategies and objectives for the Howard County Arts Council and Center for the Arts. This is a full-time, salaried, exempt position; occasional evening and week-end hours are required. Salary range: mid to high 40’s depending on experience.
Experience Required:
The ideal candidate should have a B.A., M.A. preferred, and 4+ years of paid work experience in arts program development, administration, and implementation including 1+ years in a supervisory management role. Significant experience with increased responsibilities similar to those indicated herein along with a proven commitment to non-profit work, particularly in the arts, are needed. Demonstrated ability in office management and budgeting, maintaining positive working relationships with a wide variety of constituents, managing staff, and handling multiple, concurrent and high priority tasks is also required. Other qualifications needed: strong computer, communication, audience development, customer service, and organizational skills; commitment to the arts; self directed, understanding of public arts policy; experience in running art classes or programs; excellent writing, proofreading, and record keeping skills; experience coordinating logistical details; experience providing guidance and responding to inquiries; and ability to handle multiple projects at once in a demanding, fast-paced small office environment while maintaining composure and confidence. Must be able to use a personal computer and have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office. Must have own transportation; be able to operate an automobile, computers and related office equipment; lift up to 50 pounds; remain seated for long periods of time; and bend, stoop, reach, and climb without difficulty. Sales Force and marketing experience is a plus.
How to Apply:
Applications received by July 19 will be given preference; position open until filled. Send cover letter with resume and 3 references to Coleen West, Howard County Arts Council, 8510 High Ridge Road, Ellicott City, MD 21043; Fax:410.313.2790 OR email to coleen@hocoarts.org No calls | EOE
Application Deadline:
Aug 01, 2019

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