Gateway Group is working with the Census Department to run the “Everyone Counts!” Festival in Memphis: 1,000 fifth graders in the Shelby County School District will arrive at the Liberty Bowl on Oct. 28 to play games and learn more about the Census ahead of the 2020 count. After some opening remarks, the students will move to the field to take part in different activities (they will be broken into smaller groups ahead of time for this).
Once on the field, students will rotate between different stations. These stations will include field day-type activities (long jump, bean bag toss, etc.), arts and crafts, and pre-designed games that relate to the Census. We’ll need help running these stations and ushering the students between stations. We will provide staff with training during the morning before the event gets started.
We are looking for 90 temporary staff to be available 8:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to assist with running this event on Monday October 28. The pay will be $16.00 an hour. The temporary staff would be able to take staggered 30 minute breaks and would be given free lunch.
All candidates will have to be drug screened and back ground checked before they can start.
Must be 18 years of age or older.
Email Jered Haddad <firstname.lastname@example.org> as soon as possible so that he can start the pre-employment processes. We are using emails to track/confirm candidates, then will call them up to our office to complete new hire paperwork, drug screen, background checks, etc.
Event Details: Are you interested in budgeting, paying off debt, starting a savings plan, establishing or rebuilding your credit, but don’t know where to start? This is the workshop for you. Presenter Nicole McGaha, Counselor with Operation Hope, will discuss these topics and more.
DRT is looking for a financial
rights advocate/reviewer to be part of an expanding team. This position is
responsible for the review of Social Security Administration (SSA)
representative payees to ensure compliance, as well as education of
representative payees regarding responsibilities and resources. This position
seeks to ensure that individuals with disabilities who are social security
beneficiaries are protected from financial misuse, mismanagement, or fraud.
This position will work in the
West Tennessee Regional Office in Memphis, as well as travel extensively
throughout West Tennessee and possibly to other regions of the state. Overnight
travel may on occasion be required for this position. Day to day work will take
place in a variety of settings including beneficiary’s homes, community
locations, or representative payee offices.
This position reports directly to
the Director of Advocacy-West Tennessee. This is a non-exempt professional
Conduct site visits
to interview representative payees, beneficiaries, and legal guardians Review
confidential and private financial records
observations and collect evidence and information of value to report to the
Social Security Administration regarding the wellbeing of beneficiaries and
representative payee execution of requirements
Review and analyze
financial records to assess violations or potential incidents of mismanagement
of beneficiary funds
Conduct visits to
beneficiary housing to identify possible health and safety violations, and
ensure appropriate use of beneficiary funds
comprehensive reports detailing the interviews, financial reviews, site visit,
referrals and recommendations
action plans to assist representative payees in conforming to requirements
specified by the Social Security Administration
Participates in outreach, information gathering,
presentations, and trainings as needed to further the program
Collaborates with Director of Community
Relations to develop content for newsletter articles, social media, annual
report, and other publications.
Assists the Program and Quality Director as
needed in the completion of required reports including but not limited to
annual Program Performance Reports and reports to DRT’s Board of Directors.
Participates in professional development
Performs other tasks as assigned by the
Executive Director, Director of Advocacy, or Program and Quality Director.
Mid-South Milling is looking for some dedicated employees to join their team Position: Production Worker # 833556 Production worker must be able to get daily work assignments from control room operator or plant manager, load and unload all inbound and outbound material (trucks and railcars), switch railcars, transfer product throughout the plant via a conveyor or front-end loader and daily sanitation of work area and plant grounds. Benefits: On the job training, $15.00 per hour , Shifts available, Room for advancement Must have Valid DL , pass Background Check and Physical/Drug Screen For more details or call for appointment contact Kathy Cargile, HR @ 901-681-4302
Production Team Member-795918 • Production Control Team Member (with Forklift experience)-818616 • Quality Control Team Member • Production Supervisor-795916 • Assistant Manager of Compensation & Benefits-818888 • Quality Control Engineer ( Night Shift)- 797254 • Production Control Data Clerk-809200 • Equipment Maintenance Data Clerk-820518 • Maintenance Technicians ( Day and Night Shift )-818890 • Machining Specialist (Day Shift)-797242 • Facilities Maintenance Assistant Manager • CNC Machinist 795915 • Senior EHS Specialist-820514 • Kaizen Helper-820514