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
MEMPHIS CAREER FAIR Tuesday, October 8, 2019 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM Crowne Plaza Memphis East 2625 Thousand Oaks Blvd Memphis, TN 38118 Meet with hiring managers from some of the best companies in Memphis. For more information and to register, visit http://www.coasttocoastcareerfairs.com
What to bring… Bring plenty of resumes, as you’ll be giving them directly to hiring managers at each company. If you have a multipage resume, make sure your name and contact information are on each page. Be organized and bring supplies you might need i.e. pens, paper, business cards, etc. How long should you spend at the job fair… You can spend as little or as long as you want at the show. Plan to spend one hour at the event. You should be able to speak with at least ten company representatives or more in this time. What do I do at the job fair? Walk up to each company, introduce yourself, shake their hand, give them a resume and ask what positions they are looking for.
We are pleased to inform you of our plans to hire Operator Trainees (19001J1) at the Valero Memphis Refinery in Memphis, TN. Posting open on Friday, September 27, 2019 @ 12:01am and closing Thursday, October 3, 2019 @ 11:59pm.
The Refinery Operator
Trainees (19001J1) requires:
High school diploma or GED required.
Must have the ability to legally work in the US.
Must be at least 18 years of age.
Refinery or chemical process operator experience
Associate degree in process operations
All successful candidates must be eligible to
obtain a TWIC card (Transportation Worker Identification Credential). It is
Valero’s policy that employees must wear this card at all times while working
at the refinery. Please review eligibility criteria at https://www.tsa.gov/for-industry/twic.
Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications
for the position may be invited to take an on-line and on-site assessment.
Communications regarding the assessment, and subsequent vital information will
be delivered via email. Be sure to provide a valid email address that in which
you have access. Applicants are strongly encouraged to check their email on a
regular basis for updates throughout the application process. Be sure to check
your spam and junk mailboxes for these communications as they are system
Hourly Rate – Entry Rate
– $25.28 / After Completion of Training –
Benefits –Valero provides a comprehensive, flexible benefits package
Number of Openings – 12
Posting Opening – Friday, September 27, 2019 @ 12:01am
Posting Closing – Thursday, October 3, 2019 @ 11:59pm
A full job description is
available at www.valero.com/careers
– select US Opportunities and search by location or using the job title or
number. Qualified applicants are encouraged to apply at the Valero Careers page.
In the application, applicants will be asked how they were referred to the job,
please encourage them to list your organization’s name. Please feel free to
review all of Valero’s job openings on the careers page (www.valero.com/careers).
Valero is an
Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. All
qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for
employment without regard to legally protected status including sexual
orientation, gender identity, women, minorities, Individuals with Disabilities
and protected Veterans.
What is Opportunities in October? The City of Memphis has an important role to play in building a deeper pool of qualified workers and fueling economic growth. For our city to grow, we need an employable workforce that meets the needs of our city as well as address the issue of poverty. A pathway out of poverty is to obtain a skill that will lead to gainful employment and/or place youth on a career path.
A collaboration with the City of Memphis Youth Services Division and Mayor’s Office of Communications, this all-day session for young people ages 16-24 will orient participants with soft skills as well as provide them with access to area community colleges and trade schools.
Metadata & Catalog Librarian, Assistant Professor. University of Memphis Libraries. This non-tenure track, full time faculty position is assigned to the Technical Services Department and functions as part of the team of faculty and staff who process and maintain resources acquired by the University Libraries. Primary job responsibilities include: 1) completing assigned metadata and cataloging workload in a timely and accurate manner; 2) contributing to planning and decision-making; 3) maintaining current national cataloging and metadata standards, issues, and trends as well as proficiency with the Libraries’ ILS. Visit memphis.edu/libraries/about/jobs/index.php for detailed information on this position. Applications for Faculty and Staff positions are accepted online only; go to WorkforUM (workforum.memphis.edu) to apply. The University of Memphis is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer.
Resource Delivery & Interlibrary Loan Librarian, Assistant Professor, University of Memphis Libraries. This non-tenure track, full time faculty position is assigned to the Technical Services Department and functions as part of the team of faculty and staff who process and maintain resources acquired by the University Libraries. This position provides leadership and direction for providing resource delivery & interlibrary loan (ILL) for the University Libraries in support of research, teaching, and learning needs of University of Memphis’ faculty, students, and staff. Visit memphis.edu/libraries/about/jobs/index.php for detailed information on this position. Applications for Faculty and Staff positions are accepted online only; go to WorkforUM (workforum.memphis.edu) to apply. The University of Memphis is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer.
Acquisitions & Collection Development Librarian, Assistant Professor, University of Memphis Libraries. This non-tenure track, full time faculty position is assigned to the Technical Services Department and functions as part of the team of faculty and staff who process and maintain resources acquired by the University Libraries. Primary job responsibilities include: 1) provide leadership for processes and activities involved in the purchase/receipt of all Libraries resources; 2) acquire appropriate resources to address University of Memphis’ faculty and student information needs; 3) supervise Acquisitions and Collection Development staff. Visit memphis.edu/libraries/about/jobs/index.php for detailed information on this position. Applications for Faculty and Staff positions are accepted online only; go to WorkforUM (workforum.memphis.edu) to apply. The University of Memphis is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer.