The Family Safety Center of Memphis and Shelby County, Inc. is a non-profit organization located in Memphis, TN, whose purpose is to effectively combine civil, criminal, health and social services in order to help victims of family violence. We are seeking an Intake Coordinator who is highly motivated and organized to be part of a team of organizations and partners that are involved in the Coordinated Response to Elder Abuse (CREA) initiative. This position requires teamwork and flexibility within the work environment to meet client needs. This position will report to the Director of Program Operations and will be an integral part of the growth of the organization. This is a grant funded position.
Job Title: Intake Coordinator
Reports To: Director of Program Operations
Positions Supervised: None
Status: Permanent Full-Time
Hours: 8:00am to 4:30pm Monday – Friday
Other as required
Job Summary: Provides client centered services for senior clients in need of assistance. Assists Care Coordinators in conducting intakes for senior clients, assessing needs and facilitating access to various services in conjunction and collaboration with the Coordinated Community Response (CCR) partners. Assists in the development, maintenance and monitoring of client care plans along with coordination and follow-up of support services within the interdisciplinary team. Prepares and maintains records, reports, and documents pertaining to each case. Participates in professional development activities, client and community outreach and CCR activities.
Assists Care Coordinators with assessment of senior clients’ needs for services and provide referral and follow-up.
- Provides welcome, referral and orientation for clients and families.
- Provides trauma-informed care and engagement for clients and families.
- Completes comprehensive intake for clients to assess needs.
- Activates emergency and/or safety interventions when needed.
- Based on assessed needs, facilitates clients and/or family access to services within the CCR.
- Serves as liaison and advocate on behalf of clients and families in order to obtain necessary social, medical, financial, psychological, educational, residential and nutritional services.
Assists Care Coordinators with providing consultation and case management.
- Assists Care Coordinators when needed in developing a social service care plan and assists with monitoring and follow-up when needed.
- Assists Care Coordinators with follow-up activities with clients.
- Assists clients in making referrals to community agencies when appropriate.
- Assists with arrangements for supportive services for clients and monitors effectiveness of care plan.
Completes all administrative records pertaining to clients.
- Completes required reports, documentation and data entry.
- Assists with case plans and completion and maintenance of case records.
- Assists Care Coordinators with the preparation of reports and statistical data.
- Assists with the preparation of summaries and reports to other agencies and professionals promptly and in accordance with confidentiality protocols.
Assists with and participates in professional development activities and client and community outreach.
- Attends training and workshops on trauma and elder abuse issues as directed by supervisor.
- Serves as a member of the Coordinated Response to Elder Abuse (CREA) inter-disciplinary team to give and exchange information and to develop best practices.
- Actively participates in all CCR meetings and elder abuse trainings.
- Promotes outreach for programs and activities to engage community interest and support of senior citizens programs.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Skills and Abilities
- Working knowledge of the practices, principles and dynamics of adult protection case management.
- Knowledge of community resources.
- Knowledge of the laws and services/programs relating to senior services.
- Good customer service and relationship skills.
- Ability to work as part of a team.
- Able to multi-task and function effectively under pressure.
- Ability to communicate with a wide range of clients and families with sensitivity to cultural/ethnic backgrounds.
- Knowledge of basic office equipment and demonstrated computer experience with word processing or varied software required.
Education and Experience
- Undergraduate degree in social work or similar discipline, or an associate degree with life experience.
- Two years experience in child care, social services or other related field.
- One year general office experience preferred
- Previous work experience with seniors is preferred.
Family Safety Center Mission
Our mission is to provide one location that effectively combines civil, criminal, health and social services for victims of family violence.
Family Safety Center Vision
Our vision is a thriving community that embodies a spirit of compassion, collaboration and progressive change that values mutual respect, safety and serenity for all residents.
Family Safety Center Values
Honesty and Openness Quality Respect and Fairness
Diversity and Equality Flexibility Teamwork Dedication
Interested applicants: Please send cover letter and resume with salary history to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: February 19, 2016
Driver/Spotter – PART TIME (Memphis, TN) – 3rd Shift (69844
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Position Objective: To position trailers to specified dock doors or parking area for loading and unloading of trailers. Also, transport carpet from trailers to storage locations, and from storage locations to the customer or Shaw trucks for shipping utilizing powered industrial vehicle. Also required to fill in as a tractor trailer shuttle and /or delivery driver when needed.
Must be able to read, write, and effectively communicate.
Must be at least 24 years of age.
Must be able to lift a minimum of 75 pounds, a minimum of 50 times per day.
$17.81 per hour
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Opening Date: January 8, 2016
Duties: Apply advanced-level business and information technology system practices and/or project management methodology in analyzing information requirements to determine hardware/software solutions; develop project plans; and implement, develop or maintain enterprise information systems to meet project deliverables.
Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Information Systems or Business with a concentration in Information Systems or Math with a concentration in Computer Science or Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 12 hours college-accredited Information Technology or Information Systems courses. Must have at least six years of experience and meet proficiency requirements. Must have at least one year of demonstrated experience as the primary support person for a particular system or application and at least demonstrated knowledge and skills in one or more of the fields listed below. Experience and knowledge requirements will vary according to area and departmental needs.
Systems Programming: MQ-Series, Appworx, Windows 2003/8
Networking: Windows 2008 Server
Desktop Support: MSProject, Visio, TOAD, Unix, Linux
Database: Oracle, Access, SQL, Microsoft SQL Server, ArcGIS Spatial Database Engine (ArcSDE) for Oracle, Oracle Application Server or Concurrent Processor
Web Development: HTML, JAVA, AJAX, CSS
Applications Programming: Visual Basic, ACCESS, ArcGIS Desktop, ArcGIS Server, ArcGIS Mobile, Visual Basic for .Net, SQL, Business Objects, Oracle Developer 2000, Oracle Forms, Oracle Applications R12 or higher, Oracle Discoverer, Business Intelligence, Oracle reports and other programming languages, ETL tools, data modeling and data extraction.
Must have a valid driver’s license from state of residence.
Works inside under good conditions. Subject to sitting for long periods of time at computer terminals; eye fatigue; grasping/reaching for technical manuals/printouts and distinguishing color; and occasional light lifting, bending, stooping/crouching to load computer equipment, paper and carry materials.
If there are no qualified bidders for Computer Software Specialist III, bidders will be considered for Computer Software Specialist II. If there are no qualified bidders for Computer Software Specialist II, bidders will be considered for Computer Software Specialist I.
Duties: Repair, maintain and install various electrical systems and equipment according to specifications and codes and perform various other electrical work.
Drug screening with negative test results is required prior to entry into this classification. Must have successfully completed approved Electrician Apprenticeship Program or equivalent experience and training. Must successfully complete switching training. Must be able to differentiate wire colors. Must have a Class A commercial driver’s license from state of residence. Must successfully complete Placement (Group 002 “Electricians”)/Performance Exercises.
Works inside and outside under varying conditions. Subject to the hazards of high voltage electricity; heights; operating equipment; climbing steel poles, steel structures and towers; and heavy lifting.
Duties: Perform mechanical maintenance/repair work on Division vehicles and heavy equipment in shop and/or field.
Associate degree in Automotive Technology; or successfully completed Mechanic Apprenticeship program; or have four current ASE/ FPS certifications; or four years of experience in the diagnosis, repair and maintenance of automotive vehicles, medium duty trucks or heavy equipment. ASE certifications A1-Engine Repair, T1-Gasoline Engines or T2-Diesel Engines; and A6-Electrical/Electronics Systems or T6-Electrical/Electronic Systems are required. Based on departmental needs, the two remaining certifications will be determined from an approved ASE/FPS list. The approved ASE/FPS list includes: A1-A8; T1-T6, T8; F1; L1; and/or FPS certifications which include Mobile Hydraulic Mechanic, Hydraulic Technician and/or Application/Electronics Specialist. Must obtain a valid Class A commercial driver’s license from state of residence within trial or probationary period after entering classification. Must successfully complete Placement (Group 03C “Mechanics”)/Performance Exercises. Must pass Color Blind I Test. Must be able to differentiate sounds when making adjustments.
Works inside and outside. Subject to hazards of operating machinery and irritation from oils, solvents, chemicals and fumes. Make service calls in the field. Performs heavy lifting. Subject to climbing, standing/walking for extended periods and working in uncomfortable positions.
Duties: Set up and operate machines such as lathe, milling machine, bender or grinder in making and repairing metal parts, mechanisms, tools or machines; plan sequence of operations according to specifications, blueprints or sketches. May operate CNC Mill machine. Repair and maintain mechanical equipment and manufacture or repair various metal items.
Drug screening with negative test results is required prior to entry into this classification. Must have successfully completed approved Maintenance Machinist Apprenticeship Program or equivalent experience and training. Must have a valid driver’s license from state of residence. Must successfully complete Placement (Group 03A “Mechanics”)/Performance Exercises.
Works inside and outside. Subject to balancing, climbing/falling from ladders/high structures, bending, stooping, crouching, kneeling, crawling, reaching and standing for long periods of time while working on equipment, cuts/burns working with industrial machinery and heavy lifting.
Duties: Install, maintain, test and repair the Division’s two-way radio communication system, color video recording equipment and other diversified electronic equipment and locate electronic interference. Operate infrared scanner to perform heat surveys of transmission/distribution/network systems and substations; locate and report equipment/components over-heating such as transformers, switches and capacitor banks; recheck completed maintenance repairs.
Associate degree in Electrical, Electronic or Telecommunication Engineering Technology. Must successfully complete Color Blind I Test. Must successfully complete Placement (Group 004 “Electronics Technicians”)/Performance Exercises. Must have a valid driver’s license from state of residence.
Works in shop and outside. Works in proximity of electrical equipment in substations and walk-in/underground vaults. Subject to medium lifting, climbing ladders, working with chemicals and standing for extended periods. May work from bucket truck.
Candidates accepting employment with MLGW must live and maintain their residence within the boundaries of Shelby County, Tennessee within six months of their employment date. EOE M/F/D/V
Must have successfully completed approved Lineman Apprenticeship Program or equivalent experience and training. Must successfully complete placement/performance exercises. Must have a valid Class A Commercial Driver License from state of residence.
Exposed to weather, traffic conditions and high voltage; subject to storm or emergency work and the normal hazards of construction work and physical activities such as climbing, walking, standing, bending, stooping, heavy lifting/pulling/pushing.
Candidates accepting Employment with MLGW must live and maintain their residence within the boundaries of Shelby County, Tennessee within six months of their employment date. EOE M/F/D/V
Memphis Light, Gas & Water
Employment Services AB01-101
Attn: Lineman Opening
220 South Main Street
Memphis TN 38103
Qualified candidates may email their resume and Journeyman Lineman documentation to email@example.com.
Title: Operations Coordinator Date: January 28, 2016
Schedule: M-F, 9-2pm
Position Overview: The Operations Coordinator reports to the Executive Director. The
Operations Coordinator is responsible for managing the activities of the Literacy Mid-
• Performs administrative duties and clerical functions in order to ensure
streamlined day-to-day business operations of Literacy Mid-South.
• Provides assistance to Executive Director as needed.
• Assists with event planning and management.
• Maintains records, checks data, and prepares reports as needed.
• Maintains the Literacy Mid-South website (no HMTL knowledge needed).
• Assist with bookkeeping/accounting functions as needed.
• Maintains and updates contact information for all vendors.
• Answers telephone and handles requests in an appropriate manner.
• Orders office supplies.
• Processes all incoming mail and distributes accordingly.
• Prepares and distributes daily cash receipt reports to designated staff.
• May be called upon to assist with special projects and assume responsibility for
the development, administration, and promotion of specific projects, as requested.
• Perform other duties and responsibilities as requested.
• Participation in special events as needed.
• College degree preferred
• High proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite: Word, Excel, PowerPoint
• Knowledge of development and donor databases helpful
• Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and written
• Self-starter and team player able to work independently and collaboratively within
a small staff
• Excellent problem solving and interpersonal skills
• Must be able to lift 30 lbs
• Must be able to sit or stand for extended periods of time
Please email resumes to Kevin Dean, Executive Director, at
firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
Hope House has two full time positions available for an Infant Room Teacher and a Pre-School Teacher. Please reach out to Betty Dupont if you or someone you know might be interested!
Betty Dupont, Executive Director
Interested candidates for our Infant Rooom Teacher position must possess an Associate or Bachelors degree in early childhood, elementary education, child development, elementary special education or related field.
Interested candidates for our Pre-School Teacher position must hold a Bachelors or Masters degree and be certified in Early Childhood Education.
Volunteer opportunities also available.
- Full-Time Customer Service Representative – Memphis Airport
- Administrative Assistant–Memphis, TN
- Management Trainee Intern – West Tennessee
- Full-Time Return Agent–Memphis Airport
- Full-Time Exit Booth Agent–Memphis, TN
- Full-Time Service Agent (Car Detailer) – Memphis Airport
- Management Trainee Memphis, TN (& surrounding areas)
- Part-Time Service Agent (Car Detailer) – Memphis & Surrounding Area
Now Hiring Professional Collection Specialist
Are you in need of a career or a career change? Are you looking for a great opportunity to secure your future? Are you driven by the prospect of unlimited earning potential? Then your search stops here. Regional Adjustment Bureau, Inc. has the career that you have been seeking.
We Offer Our Employees
- Competitive Earnings Potential
- A strong foundation to a successful career for recent or upcoming graduates as well as established professionals
- Individually Designed Flexible Schedule (35-40 hours)
- Comprehensive Benefits Package
- An environment that fosters a professional atmosphere
- Handle inbound/outbound calls in compliance with all applicable regulations
- Conduct skip-tracing efforts to locate and contact consumers
- Establish the consumer’s ability to pay and negotiate appropriate repayment options
- Adhere to all FDCPA, Federal, State and Local laws governing debt collections
- Self-motivated individuals with a drive to excel within their environment
- Minimum of 2 years’ experience in a related field (Collections, Sales, Finance)
- Excellent organizational and time management skills
- High level of effective verbal reasoning and problem solving
- Attention to details
- Exceptional interpersonal written and oral communication proficiency
- Ability to contribute in a team oriented environment
- Minimum of 2 years college with course work in relevant fields preferred
- Bi-Lingual communication skills a plus
About Regional Adjustment Bureau, Inc.
As a nationally recognized leader in receivables management, Regional Adjustment Bureau, Inc. provides superior recovery solutions for major national credit grantors in all types of markets. Our Professional Collection Specialists maintain a high standard of professionalism, adhere to client and industry compliance, while utilizing the current leading edge technology to locate and effectively negotiate debt resolutions with consumers. The tenure of our management staff epitomizes our commitment to continuously promote a career oriented environment. Regional Adjustment Bureau, Inc. is dedicated to offering an excellent opportunity to launch your financially rewarding career.
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Submit your resume to email@example.com or contact 901-382-0250 select option #4 and follow the instructions.
Must pass a pre-employment drug screening and background check. E.O.E
Apply at our NEW Training & Recruitment Center:
Monday through Friday
2471 Covington Pike, Memphis, TN
8:00am until 12:00pm and 1:00pm until 5:00pm
Who We Are. Durham.
Durham provides safe and reliable transportation to students across the United States, transporting over 1,000,000 students daily. With our expertise and nation-wide resources, you will no longer have to worry about: new bus capital, routing issues, bus breakdowns and the recruitment and training of drivers.
Engaged, Accountable and Satisfied Employees
The best-trained drivers in the business work for Durham because we devote a significant amount of resources, training and development to our employees. School buses are required to meet the most stringent safety regulations, and our drivers ensure they are operated safely. Employees are held accountable to meet the highest standards, ensuring the safety of your students. Because we care to the extent we do, our employees do the right thing.
- Comprehensive training—safety, leadership, customer service, financial
- Extensive driver training—classroom and behind-the-wheel
- Trained specifically to work with children (and parents)
- Monthly safety meetings
- Employee reward and recognition programs
Requirements for Drivers.
We heavily invest resources in employee recruitment and training because good employees can be hard to find. We expect all employees to meet stringent selection criteria, which includes drug testing, background checks and an extensive interview process.
We are always looking for qualified drivers and quality employees. If you are at least 21 years of age (or 18 years of age for monitors), think you’ve got what it takes and are interested in learning more about Durham, attend our On-Site Job Fair, apply or contact us today!
Are you up for the challenge?
- Must be 21 years or older
- Must have a clean driving record for the last 3 years
- This is a Part-Time, split-shift opportunity; Must be able to work both morning and afternoon shifts
- Must have a valid Driver’s License in AR, TN or MS
- Must pass drug test as well as background check
- Must enjoy working with children
Or, Apply online at: www.durhamschoolservices.com
For more information about Durham School Services or to speak with a recruiter, please call Nicole Westbrook or Shelley Kemp at 901-381-1277. Continue reading