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University Club of Memphis Hiring for Banquet Supervisor & Bartenders/Servers


Banquet Supervisor

Looking for a self-starter who is dependable, forward thinking and positive to oversee the execution of all banquet events at the club.

Responsibilities to include but not limited to:

  • reviewing banquet event orders to ensure proper setup in a timely manner
  • supervise and manage the entire banquet team before, during and following an event
  • consistently offer professional, friendly and engaging service
  • quickly and professionally address any guests concerns
  • attend and participate in weekly manager’s staff meeting

For more information please call 901.722.3700 or visit our property at 1346 Central Avenue to pick up an application

Bartenders & Servers

Rare opportunity to join the excellent staff at a prestigious country club.  We currently have a couple of openings for Bartenders/Servers.  We are seeking seasoned bartenders/servers, preferred to have previous restaurant experience with a current ABC permit.

For more information please call 901.722.3700 or visit our property at 1346 Central Avenue to pick up an application.


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Bridges Seeking Development Officer


Company: BRIDGES

Position: Development Officer

The primary responsibility of the Development Officer is to raise funds from individuals who contribute under $1,000 annually, manage direct mail campaigns and online giving. The position will also be responsible for researching and identifying sources of new support from individuals. The Development Officer will work with the development team to plan, organize and implement activities related to annual fundraising and to expand recurring donor support of BRIDGES as an ongoing priority. This position is full-time, regular; overtime-exempt. Please click here for full job description.

To apply, please submit a resume and cover letter to with “Development Officer” in the subject line. No calls, please.

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Worldwide Express Hiring for Account Manager


Company: Worldwide Express

Position: Account Manager

The Account Manager position has the dual role of ongoing retention and growth of existing customers.  The goal of account retention is to keep existing customers generating revenue, and growing them into larger more profitable accounts. Account retention is about building professional relationships and problem solving.

The Account Manager is the face of our company for our existing customers, and the person whom our customer best associates with the excellence of our organization. They are able to identify additional growth opportunities inside existing accounts and onboard missing business, identify changes in spending patterns for analysis, and help manage changes in a customer’s business model which impact their supply chain. They are able to find solutions which help our customers businesses, and in return help our business grow. All of this is in the name of being an irreplaceable business solution with which our customers have a sense of loyalty and trust.

Ideal candidates will have a very likeable personality, and be proficient in relationship building and communication. They will have a great ability to build a sense of trust and loyalty with our growing customer base and have a sense of attachment and ownership over the success of those clients.

Account Managers can expect extensive training and development on an ongoing basis. Corporate level training is provided in multiple weeks of classroom style seminars within the first 18 months, and ongoing training and development is provided at the district level by Sales Manager & Director of Account Management personnel. District sales teams are fairly small; generally, consist of 4-8 individuals, therefore many resources are allocated to the development of our entering staff.

Worldwide Express has a strategic partnership with UPS for light package, domestic and international shipping to penetrate the small to medium size business sector. As UPSs largest non-retail authorized reseller in North America, our Account Managers do what they do best, which is providing solutions to C-Level executives while letting UPS do what they do best: deliver more packages on time than anyone else. In addition to our relationship with UPS, WWEX has alliances with over 65 LTL, Domestic Air Freight, and International Air Freight carriers. WWEX provides tailored services and individualized shipping solutions to fit the need of any small- to medium-sized business customers.

Requirements of a Worldwide Express Account Manager
• A Bachelors Degree (REQUIRED)
• Minimum 1-2 years Account Management/Sales experience
• Outgoing, positive attitude, tough-skinned
• High energy, upbeat, friendly personality
• Passionate about personal brand, carry oneself like an executive
• Proven track record & achiever pattern through sports, job promotions, awards, rankings
• Past experience in formal leadership positions within social or professional organizations
• Comfortable in a fast-paced, results-oriented environment
• Effective communicator with a strong business acumen
• Self-starter with strong organization skills & presentation skills
• Meticulous attention to detail to drive profitability

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EPIcenter Seeking Director of Metrics and Reporting


Company: EPIcenter

Position: Director of Metrics and Reporting

EPIcenter is the hub of the Greater Memphis entrepreneurship movement. With its network of partners, EPIcenter is the enabler of unified strategies to increase support to new and existing entrepreneurs for business growth. Serving as the broader voice of the partner network and a single point of accountability, EPIcenter measures and celebrates the impact of entrepreneurial support to create a just, inclusive, and growing economy that accrues to all Memphians.

Position Summary
The Director, Metrics and Reporting (DMR) will report directly to the Chief Strategy and Operations Officer. The DMR will own the enterprise/network database, metrics, and measurements, and will be responsible for the analysis and associated narrative the information paints and the strategies it informs, as well as for grant

Principal Duties and Responsibilities
These duties and responsibilities are judged to be “essential functions” in terms of
the Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA

  • Develop and execute integrated metric and measurement strategies using best practice models.
  • Work directly with functional owners of data (e.g. EPIcenter program teams, network partners) to collect client data.
  • Own, analyze and report all process and outcome metrics associated with enterprise initiatives, including primary responsibility for use of and training for data management software.
  • Develop process and outcome narratives in partnership with the CEO and Chief Brand Officer.
  • Act as primary source of data analysis for enterprise strategy development,communications and partner relationships.
  • Participate as active member of team responsible for all grant proposals and reports, including primary responsibility for data collection and metrics presentation, grant budgets and financial reports.
  • Benchmark enterprise activities and outcomes against peer organizations nationally.
  • Work with grants administration and compliance to prepare grant applications and reports, including grant budgets.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

This position requires at least a Bachelor’s degree (B.S./B.A.) from a four-year college or university in business, marketing, communications or related field.

Five years business experience in diverse organizations; experience with organizational strategic planning, including the ability to effectively articulate goals and objectives, and the ability to use quantifiable benchmarks for monitoring and evaluating progress.

Other Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
• Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.
• Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public.
• Orientation toward collaborative decision-making and teamwork; strong verbal and written communication skills; exceptional judgment, the ability to use diplomacy, and the ability to inspire and motivate change agents.
• Ability to read and understand grant requests for proposal, develop grant budgets and prepare metrics and financial aspects of grant reports.
• Ability to apply mathematical concepts such as basic statistics, fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations.
• Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists.
• Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite generally and very strong abilities in Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets.
• Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems.
• A self starter with little supervision required.

To apply, please send your resume and a cover letter to:
Kayla Miller
Via e-mail:
Via mail: 902 S. Cooper St., Memphis, TN 38104

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City of Memphis Promotional Job Opportunities

Please note promotional jobs are only open to internal applicants

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Job Title: Emergency Communications Manager

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $72,889.96 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00567

Works under the general direction of a Lt. Colonel or higher rank supervisor assigned to the Communications Service Center, which operates twenty-four hours a day. Monitors assigned personnel in the performance of their duties to ensure compliance with the MOU between the Communications Workers of America and the City, departmental regulations, policies and procedures, as well as local, state and federal laws and guidelines. Serves as liaison with the Police Services compliance unit that oversees compliance with guidelines as set forth by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. Monitors record management and equipment inventory, including personnel files, payroll forms and court time sheets. Provides input to the Management regarding in budget planning, purchasing, hiring, equipment contracts, and procurement processes. Provides an assessment for efficient and effective operations which includes evaluating staff work performance and making recommended changes, when necessary. Researches and responds to complaints from individuals outside the unit; as well as internally, including Uniform Patrol Supervisors regarding actions/behavior of dispatchers. Evaluates disciplinary reports regarding employees. Recommends appropriate level of action to be taken on major infractions, handles minor incidents, and conducts disciplinary hearings, when instructed to. Performs conflict resolution among employees and provides other resolution techniques, when necessary. Implements and communicates policies and procedures to the staff. Establishes objectives for in-service training programs for the service center. Ensures procedures are up-to-date and supervisors are familiar with: evacuation procedures, reporting to the back-up sight, reporting phone malfunctions with the 911 emergency phone line and the non-emergency line, and proper notification to the Command Staff. Monitors work performance of the assigned staff, provides direction on projects, and assists with troubleshooting problems. Attends meetings periodically and represents the Command Staff (i.e. Shelby County 911 District quarterly meetings). Provides testimony in court and at depositions regarding policy and procedures and media produced such as tapes of calls, radio transmissions etc. when properly summoned. Monitors On-the Job Injury reports, Long Term Absence rosters, and employees covered under FMLA to ensure proper compliance and oversight.

Job Title: Sr. Programs Administrator HCD

  • Job Type: Civil Service Grant 
  • Salary: $87,100.47 – $115,408.12 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017 
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00584

Works under the general direction of the Director of Housing and Community Development (HCD) to plan, direct, and coordinate all activities related to division programs and planning. Assists with strategic planning, goal setting and policy development to establish and maintain programs and services that meet the needs of the community. Manages and provides work direction, assigns tasks, and evaluates the work performance of staff responsible for the division’s programs and planning activities. Coordinates research and grant writing efforts for competitive programs including Lead Based Paint Hazard Reduction, Fair Housing, Hope VI Revitalization, Homeless and Special Needs, the Land Bank, the Property Development Center, and various other funding opportunities. Coordinates on neighborhood planning activities such as research on land use, physical conditions, and demographics in collaboration with other municipal agencies and divisions. Reviews and provides analytical and statistical reports as required by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). Interprets government regulations and ensures program compliance with local, state, and federal codes and requirements. Recommends programs for approval and fund allocation for projects based on research gathered through the annual planning processes. Provides oversight and tracks metrics of all divisional programs to tie to the HUD annual plan and report. Awards contracts to sub-recipient organizations.  Prepares and monitors annual operating, administrative, and program budgets. Oversees all program funding expenditures.  Develops program and customer service standards. Monitors program activities and communicates with regulatory agencies to prevent and resolve problems.  Provides representation for the division on various committees and with other government agencies, divisions, and professional organizations. Delivers presentations and provides information regarding the department’s operation to committees, community groups, federal, state, local agencies, and the general public. Establishes and maintains mutually productive working relationships with residents, community/business groups, and other public organizations. Monitors community needs, division resources, legislative mandates, and grant funded requirements. Coordinates and implements the process of soliciting and receiving competitive grant applications. Travels to and attends various meetings, businesses, and work sites across the City.

Job Title: Sr. Operations Administrator HCD

  • Job Type: Civil Service Grant 
  • Salary: $87,100.47 – $115,408.12 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00583

Works under the direction of the Director of Housing and Community Development (HCD) to provide day to day operational oversight and work direction in the areas of Finance and Accounting and various other areas for the division. Develops and implements policies and procedures regarding Finance, Accounting, Operations, and federal reporting systems such as Integrated Disbursement and Information System (IDIS), Line of Credit Control System (LOCCS), Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting System (DRGR) and Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER). Provides oversight for the planning, coordination, and implementation of the annual budget process for the Division for all sources of funding.  Prepares the Strategic and Annual Business Plans.  Allocates financial guidelines to each department to adhere to established procedures. Serves as liaison between the division and the budget office. Manages a complex accounting system that requires reconciliation of accounts of federal funds. Ensures that accounting reporting systems and procedures follow established administrative policies, regulations and acceptable accounting practices. Works with Monitoring and Compliance Service Center to resolve critical compliance issues. Monitors and manages daily transactions pertaining to federal reporting systems. Provides work direction, assignment of duties, training and evaluation of work performance of assigned staff. Supervises and trains staff on division-wide data collection and entry functions for the federal on-line computerized project tracking system and all other federal reporting systems. Develops and coordinates the implementation of new or revised accounting systems. Assists Director in providing guidance on day to day operations and alignment of programs across the division. Serves as liaison to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).  Utilizes federal government IDIS computer system to record, track, monitor the drawing down of funds for the reimburse of HCD’s expenditures.   Assists in the completion of the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) and Consolidated Plans. Prepares various financial and operation performance reports for management for monitoring and planning purposes and for submission to City Council and outside agencies.  Processes payment requests for vendors and contractors. Attends various meetings, businesses, and work sites across the City. Provides technical advice and services to management by interpreting financial reports and identifying problem areas.  Attends public meetings and explains HCD activities, and attends various professional associations meetings.  Serves on various committees in the planning and development of finance related policies and procedures.

Job Title: Clerical Operations Supervisor

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $31,848.18 – $47,444.80 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00429

Works under the direction of the Report Center Coordinator to supervise the activities of clerical personnel on their respective shifts in conducting the daily operations of the Police CompStat Report Center: prepares work schedules; assigns duties; monitors and evaluates work performance in accordance with departmental rules and regulations; and recommends developmental or disciplinary action in accordance with applicable Memorandum of Understanding and City Personnel Policies.  Supervises operations to ensure that departmental and Tennessee Incident Based Reporting System data entry standards are met, that reports are assigned to the proper Bureaus or Units and entered into the system by established priorities.  Monitors, documents, and provides feedback to the various units within the Department regarding deficiencies and errors in crime incident reports.  Coordinates, trains, and assists subordinate employees in effective performance of duties such as entering, validating, and conducting computer searches for reported crimes and receiving and maintaining files of various handwritten copies of reports, memorandums, supplements and arrest forms.  Reviews and recommends work procedures to improve operating efficiency.

Job Title: Property & Evidence Shift Supervisor

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $31,848.18 – $47,444.80 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00418

Works under the general supervision of the Property Room Manager. Responsible for organizing the day to day operations of the property room. Provides work direction, assignment of duties, evaluation of work performance, and discipline of assigned staff. Supervises the receipt, storage, and inventory of various evidence items received by the Memphis Police Department (MPD). Oversees the disposal and release of impounded weapons, narcotics, supplies and other property. Establishes policies and procedures to meet MPD standards.  Develops training programs and materials for property room staff.  Coordinates staff schedules to adequately cover shifts. Logs and enters property and evidence into appropriate databases. Attends meetings at various locations around the city by driving to different satellite locations. Completes reports and property receipts. Prepares documents for cases and may testify in court.










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City of Memphis Job Opportunities

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Job Title: Assistant Community Center Director

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $31,848.18 – $47,444.80 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00560

Works under the general supervision of the Community Center Director in the Recreation area of the Parks and Neighborhoods Division.  Provides daily supervision to staff which includes custodians, recreation leaders, etc. Assists in planning recreational programs. Leads recreational activities at a community center.  Enforces center’s rules and regulations, and assists in cleanliness and emergency sheltering events. Works with neighborhood associations, local businesses, and the general public to determine recreation interests and needs for all ages. Teaches classes in specialized recreational activities.  Supervises the issuance and maintenance of recreation supplies and equipment. Maintains daily activity reports and records.  Transports participants to different sites throughout the City to participate in various recreational activities.  Inspects and maintains facility equipment and repairs very minor issues as needed.

Job Title: Community Center Director

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $42,966.56 – $65,312.00 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00554

Works under the direction of a Manager of Recreation Programs in the Park Services Division. Responsible for day-to-day operations of a community center including supervising staff, and developing, planning, organizing, and executing recreational/educational programs that meet the needs of the community.  Deals frequently with neighborhood associations, local businesses, and the general public to determine recreation interests and needs of all ages.  Provides training, work direction, assignment of duties, evaluation of work performance, and discipline for assigned personnel; monitors daily expenditures and submits budget proposals to supervisor.  Maintains daily attendance records and completes payroll documents for assigned employees.  Maintains daily activity reports.  Establishes and maintains a cooperative working relationship with public, volunteers,  and various civic groups.  Transports participants to different sites throughout the City to participate in various recreational activities.  Inspects and maintains facility equipment and repairs very minor issues as needed.

Job Title: Engagement & Brand Coordinator

  • Job Type: Civil Service
  • Salary: $47,910.20 – $73,299.20 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00585

Works under the direction of the Talent Management Officer and Chief Human Resources Officer in strategically developing, coordinating, and implementing key brand and engagement initiatives for the Human Resources (HR) Division. Particularly programs, communications, and events that enhance and drive the values-driven culture for the City of Memphis. Key areas of ownership include website design, advertising campaigns, email marketing, content development, social media platforms and other communication outlets.  Supports the divisions management staff to ensure that engagement and communication projects are completed efficiently and effectively.  Coordinates the development of communication plans for signature events as well as supporting advertising and marketing materials (print and digital). Coordinates and serves as liaison by promoting uniformity and consistency in HR objectives and brand communication with the internal marketing and communication team.  Coordinates and manages content information is shared among HR service centers, divisions and external customers.  Collaborates with managers across services centers to ensure communication and program design is consistent with HR’s brand.  Creates and maintains a HR-wide communication calendar to ensure projects and programs are executed in a timely manner. Provides communication support to service centers to ensure all communication is consistent.  Coordinates the creation and dissemination of all printed material such as brochures, press releases, newsletter, and external and internal communication.   Creates a comprehensive and sustainable employee engagement strategy for communication and branding purposes.  Leverages events to create and sustain dialogue around engagement.  Promotes positive image among employees to increase engagement in supporting HR functions and activities.  Drives stronger engagement and opens lines of communication with current and potential employees through managing the communications of our meetings.  Assists in launch HR programs and initiatives.  Drafts and implements HR-related messages ranging from employee surveys to rewards programs.  Maintains and updates the division’s website, social media channels and communication outlets.  Monitors social networking sites including Facebook, LinkedIn, Indeed, and other social media outlets to ensure content information is updated. Tracks social media content with the goal of connecting and engaging with the current and potential City of Memphis employees.  Identifies appropriate social media channels that best serve the division’s business needs and objectives by tailoring posting and other HR related information.  Collaborates with cross-functional service centers in developing recruitment plans to leverage social media space and efforts with other support staff to ensure job posting content is updated. Tracks performance of various social media initiatives and develops changes to improve results.  Researches and prepares reports using various software applications. Responds to all questions/inquiries concerning the status of special projects.

Job Title: Pollution Control Aide

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $26,959.14 – $37,266.32 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00557

Works under supervision of the assigned supervisor in the Public Works Division.  Assists in conducting inspections of drainage systems or sewer lines and connected appurtenances, such as grease traps, clean-outs and siphons to determine repair needs throughout the City including streets, alleys, woods, and flood plain areas.  Loads and unloads necessary equipment from truck. Removes manhole covers and inlet grates. Climbs into manholes and catch basins to place and retrieve equipment.  Assists with the setup and disassembly of various equipment including positioning cameras in drains or sewer lines, samplers, flow meters, and smoke machines in areas.  Dispenses appropriate chemicals per instructions from the Pollution Control Inspector   if assigned to Environmental Inspections.  Helps with the inspection of equipment to detect  malfunctions and to perform routine maintenance services and tests.  Adjusts and makes minor repairs to electronic and other inspection related equipment.  Informs residents of work being performed in the area.   Inspects channel lined and unimproved ditches as part of annual inspection operations if assigned.  Drives vehicles to work site including camera vans, wash trucks (over 1000 gallons) or pickup trucks.  May ride in small boat to perform inspections during flood seasons if assigned.

Job Title: Semiskilled Crewperson

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $26,692.12 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017 
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00555

Works under the supervision of an assigned foreman or supervisor.  Performs semi-skilled manual work assisting various crews involved in maintaining and repairing areas within the City such as storm drain systems and sanitary sewer lines, city streets, roadside ditches, right-of-ways, buildings and facilities.  May perform functions such as unclogging and maintaining the City’s sanitary sewer lines and drain system by operating sewer cleaning equipment such as power rodder, high velocity water jet, and sewer flusher to remove roots, debris, and other refuse from clogged sewer lines, removing obstruction may involve handling industrial size water hose and flexible cable with various attachments.  Dispenses chemical solutions according to foreman/supervisor instructions, cleans tools, attachments, and equipment using appropriate cleaning solvents when assigned.  Assists with engaging and disengaging equipment attachments.  May lift, climb into, and clean manholes and drainage facilities such as inlets and culvets, using rake, shovel and wheelbarrow.   Cuts and clears brush, weeds, and debris from work area.   Loads and unload materials, tools and equipment from trucks.  May mix concrete and utilize an air hammer to dig and remove asphalt and concrete.

Job Title: Total Rewards Officer

  • Job Type: Appointed 
  • Salary: $98,859.03 – $123,573.79 annually
  • Closing date: 10/23/2017  
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00593

Works under the general direction of the Chief Human Resources Officer to provide strategic and operational leadership in the design, development, implementation, administration, and communication of the City of Memphis (COM) Total Rewards (TR) programs including health, welfare, wellness, retirement, base pay, incentives, and other rewards.   Supports the City of Memphis strategic objectives and operational excellence.  Ensures compliance with all applicable laws including city, state and federal employment and selection regulations.










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Director of Dining Services

“Kirby Pines Retirement Community, Memphis, TN

“The Director of Dining Services will be responsible for the day to day food service operations including recruitment, staffing, budgeting, strategic planning, and vendor negotiations.  The successful candidate will assure high standards of quality and service including menu development, catering and retail venue management.  The Director of Dining Services is responsible for the overall satisfaction of the dining program, adherence to regulatory requirements including modified diets and standards of nutrition, sanitation and safety, and training.

“Preferred Qualifications:

  • B.S. Degree in Food Services Technology or related field; or A.A. Degree plus 5 years of directly related experience
  • Minimum of 3-5 years experience in retirement or senior housing preferred
  • 5 plus years of direct food service operational management experience in a fine dining/hotel/country club setting, with inventory, purchasing knowledge and control
  • Excellent knowledge of food and catering trends with a focus on quality, production, sanitation, food cost controls, and presentation
  • Excellent customer service skills and experience
  • Experience with P&L accountability highly desirable
  • ServSafe Certified
  • Certified Dietary Manager certificate desirable

“Applications & resumes accepted in Human Resources Department Mon-Fri, 8:00A-4:30P, or send resume to: Kirby Pines Road, Memphis, TN 38115.  Fax: (901) 365-9796.  Email:

“EOE M/F/H/V.  Drug Free Workplace”


Source: The Commercial Appeal. (2017, October 8). Localfieds. The Commercial Appeal, 176(281), p. 4C.

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Construction Specialist with St. Jude-ALSAC

The Dream Home Construction Specialist will be responsible for program management and implementation of the national St. Jude Dream Home Giveaway program, with specific focus on residential construction.


Source: The Commercial Appeal. (2017, October 8). Localfieds. The Commercial Appeal, 176(281), p. 4C.

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Car Sales Manager Position


“Must have previous management or finance experience with proven success.  PTO, 401K, & paid health ins. avail.

“Please send resume to:”


Source: The Commercial Appeal. (2017, October 8). Localfieds. The Commercial Appeal, 176(281), p. 4C.


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Memphis Housing Authority Hiring for Two Positions


Memphis Housing Authority is hiring for two positions: Director Of Public Housing Operations & Director of Community Engagement

To learn more about these jobs, click:

Dir of PH Ops JOB ANNOUNCEMENT(Word Document)

Dir of Comm Enage JOB ANNOUNCEMENT(Word Document)


Please submit resumes with salary history to Dale Jackson at; or 700 Adams Avenue, Memphis TN 38105.  Resumes must be received by October 20, 2017.

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Overton Park Conservancy Hiring for Director of Development


Company: Overton Park Conservancy

Position: Director of Development

The Conservancy seeks a proven leader to build a strong development team in support of a successful, growing, and future-focused organization. Reporting to and in partnership with the Executive Director (ED), the Development Director (Director) will spearhead development efforts as the Conservancy prepares for the next chapter in the park’s history.

The successful candidate will demonstrate a history of fundraising success and constructive leadership. The proven ability to set a vision, develop and execute strategies, hold the team accountable, and meet aggressive goals and deadlines are characteristics for success in this position.


      Strategic Direction

  • As part of the organization’s executive leadership team, assists in the development and execution of long-range planning for the continuing growth of the Conservancy within the context of an evolving city
  • Sets goals, then develops and executes strategies to grow and sustain a base of donors and partners; identifies opportunities to weave fundraising strategies into all aspects of the Conservancy’s work
  • Develops best practices, policies, and procedures for donor and prospect cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship
  • Identifies, cultivates, and solicits philanthropic support from individuals, foundations, and corporations

      Development Leadership

  • Develops and maintains ongoing relationships with major donors, partners, and collaborators
  • Develops and tracks proposals and reports for all foundation and corporate fundraising
  • Grows operational funding with key responsibilities for both Membership and Annual Giving; identifies and cultivates new donor groups
  • Increases special event revenue through sponsorships, in-kind contributions, and increased participation, i.e. ticket sales and registrations
  • Assures the accuracy of all donor records; is proficient with donor software
  • Oversees production of acknowledgement letters/receipting and benefit fulfillment
  • Prepares and delivers presentations and proposals as needed
  • Works in partnership with Conservancy staff to ensure development cultivation is a priority in the Conservancy’s messaging and activities
  • Facilitates board development activities by identifying board roles in fundraising, coordinating board development activities and assisting with training board members

      Team Leadership

  • Recruits, trains, and leads development staff members to support fundraising and earned revenue efforts
  • Motivates, inspires, and develops department staff members and other members of the Conservancy staff to perform up to their capacity, grow professionally, and set and achieve objectives; consistently models a constructive culture       


  • Demonstrated excellence in organizational, leadership, and communication skills
  • Demonstrated comprehensive management skills, including but not limited to short and long-term planning, evaluation, directing and motivating staff, verbal and written communication skills, and nonprofit governance
  • Proven ability to manage relationships, meet goals, and articulate marketing message
  • Demonstrated experience and confidence in asking people to contribute time and money
  • Demonstrated success in writing successful grant proposals
  • The amount of knowledge required would typically be acquired in a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5 years fundraising experience in a professional position
  • Master’s degree and certification in fundraising (CFRE) preferred
  • Knowledge of Salesforce donor management software is recommended

Personal Characteristics

  • Commitment to a vision that celebrates the diversity of Overton Park’s stakeholders
  • Collaborative spirit who works well with team members, volunteers, and park stakeholders of different races, backgrounds, experiences, and education levels
  • Relentlessly positive high-performer who embraces challenges to set and achieve ambitious goals
  • Innovative leader who elicits confidence and builds rapport; manages stress in a fast-paced, changing organization

This is a full-time position requiring no less than 40 hours per week. Work is both in an indoor environment and in an outdoor park setting. Frequent weekend and evening work may be required. Work requires some physical exertion such as walking, standing, lifting, carrying, or similar activities.

Salary commensurate with experience.

Overton Park Conservancy is an Equal Opportunity Employer and recruits applicants without regard to age, race, gender, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other status.

How to Apply:

No phone calls please. Send cover letter, resume and salary requirements to:

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Human Resources, Overton Park Conservancy, 1914 Poplar Avenue, Suite 202, Memphis, TN 38104

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City of Memphis Job Opportunities


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Job Title: Recruiter

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $47,910.20 – $73,299.20 annually
  • Closing date: 10/16/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00572

Works under the general direction of the Recruiter Supervisor to administer Employment and Human Resources policies and procedures related to recruiting and hiring.  Coordinates the overall recruitment process including job posting, interviews, and hiring.  Collaborates with managers to meet hiring targets and needs by recruiting candidates with quality talent and facilitates promotion of internal candidates.  Maintains posting and interview schedules of job vacancies using effective recruitment channels.  Creates and implements competency-based assessments and programs to measure an applicant’s learning and thinking ability, habitual patterns, interests, and specific skills.  Evaluates, compares, and verifies applicants’ educational, training, and employment background to minimum qualifications of posted positions.  Extends job offers to selected applicants by preparing job offer letters and certification packet materials.  Determines appropriate rate of pay according to HR Policy or consultation with Compensation.  Schedules employees for New Employee Orientation and new hire processing including medical examination, background assessment, drug screening, DOT testing, and benefits processing.  Conducts training related to employment, selection, and testing policies and procedures as needed.  Responds to all questions/inquiries concerning the status of assigned jobs and special projects.  Analyzes and recommends solutions for employment-related issues.  Makes recommendations to management concerning new recruitment channels to increase qualified applicant pool and effective testing measures used to evaluate candidates.  Researches and monitors the job market and various data to prepare complex reports, analyses, and summaries as requested.  Maintains and updates applicant database including inputting resumes, generating response letters, and developing applicant-tracking reports.  Assists with the development and implementation of the City’s web-based recruiting efforts including social media recruitment communication.  May serve as a technical liaison with HR Information Systems regarding various system maintenance upgrades and troubleshooting.  Assists in preparing the annual recruiting plan and the budget.  Participates in recruitment efforts at schools, job fairs, and other outreach opportunities by traveling to various locations throughout the City.

Job Title: Solid Waste Collection Supervisor – 2 openings

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $66,462.76 annually
  • Closing date: 10/16/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00542

Works under the general supervision of a Collection Manager in the Solid Waste Management Service Center.  Supervises, coordinates and evaluates the work of subordinate personnel in assigned area(s) including Special Equipment Operator II’s, and Truck Drivers engaged in the collection and transportation of solid waste to various disposal facilities and worksites.  Assigns duties and schedules crew to meet daily needs and demands. Manages and maintains equipment including vehicle inspections and repairs.  Prepares work orders for necessary maintenance, and coordinates the substitutes for vehicles needing repairs.  Inspects areas with crews and directs personnel and equipment in order to assure completion of work by driving to various worksites.  Coordinates with other supervisors the routine maintenance, repair, or replacement of all equipment and vehicles.  Locates and tags code violations.  Enters and maintains data into the appropriate systems including adding pictures and other supporting documentation such as Tom Leatherwood property and tax information.  Collects and documents tagged debris by assigning personnel to handle the collection of debris and other pertinent information.  Monitors, resolves, and closes 311 complaint tickets by entering pertinent information into the system.  Recommends, implements and measures improvements to customer services in the collection of refuse.  Investigates and resolves citizen concerns, complaints and requests and reports the action taken to management.  Interprets policies for workers, takes the appropriate disciplinary action when necessary according to established rules/practices and confers with personnel representatives to resolve grievances.  Initiates and maintains various collection reports and metrics by analyzing results to recommend improvements.  Creates and compiles various reports by utilizing various Microsoft applications for management to review and analyze.  Interacts and communicates verbally and in writing with general public, management, and other staff members regarding collection objectives, projects, issues, and concerns. Assists in the formulation of the budget by monitoring expenditure, purchase orders, and maintenance repairs.  Assists subordinates with the performance of tasks to achieve completion, when necessary.

Job Title: Senior Environmental Administrator (Promotional Only)

  • Job Type: Civil Service  
  • Salary: $98,859.02 – $123,573.84 annually
  • Closing date: 10/16/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00543

Works under the general direction of the Public Works Director to plan, promote, organize, develop, monitor, and administer environmental services for Wastewater Treatment Plants, Environmental Maintenance, Environmental Inspections, Environmental Compliance and Permitting, Flood and Lift and Environmental Administration. Provides administrative and technical direction to subordinate management personnel. Provides administrative and liaison functions with the Engineering Division, State of Tennessee, EPA MLGW, and other government departments and agencies. Prepares and monitors budget and expenditures.  Reviews and analyzes reports and records and confers with management to obtain data required for planning department activities and to address future needs.  Resolves and responds to problems in a tactful and expedient manner. Sets goals and deadlines necessary to meet administration objectives.  Evaluates current procedures and practices and develops and implements alternate methods to improve operations. Monitors overall compliance with State and Federal agencies and initiates steps to maintain compliance as appropriate.  Researches and evaluates new developments in operational and industry practices.   Coordinates department activities with inter-related activities of other City departments and other government agencies to insure optimum efficiency.  Reviews and approves bid specifications and contracts necessary to requisition construction, vehicles, tools, equipment, and supplies. Provides work direction, assignment of duties, evaluation of work performance, and discipline of assigned staff. Establishes and maintains a cooperative working relationship with employees, other department staff, management, vendors and contractors as necessary.  Evaluates reports and publications to ensure compliance with applicable ordinances and regulations that may impact current and future bureau operations. Develops and reviews staffing requirements to maintain efficient and effective operations. Attends public, community and civic meetings on behalf of the Division of Public Works.  Keeps abreast of emerging trends and changes in federal, state, and local regulations.  Interacts and communicates with general public, vendors, management, and other staff members on a variety of issues and concerns.

Job Title: Code Enforcement Operations Manager (Promotional Only)

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $53,660.36 – $82,638.40 annually
  • Closing date: 10/20/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00490

Works under the general direction of the Neighborhood Improvement Administrator. Manages the program of enforcement of Section 48 of the City of Memphis Residential Housing Ordinance, Vacant Property Registry (VPR) ordinance, Condemnation Procedures, and Used Tire ordinance. Plans, coordinates, and directs activities concerned with field inspections and special operations activities related to condemnation procedures, and investigation of properties in the City of Memphis. Directs activities of employees engaged in supervising employees in inspecting existing residential structures (single and multi-family), grounds, abandoned structures, condemnation properties, and abandoned automobiles for compliance with codes and regulations in the City and possible environmental code violations. Provides work direction, assignment of duties, evaluation of work performance, and discipline of assigned staff. Makes recommendations for department policies and operating procedures. Evaluates staff procedures on a continuous basis, and recommends and implements improvements where necessary.  Interprets rules, policies, and procedures for staff members. Coordinates, plans, and assigns activities with other divisions with inter-related activities to ensure optimum efficiency. Provides program oversight for all inspections, investigations and presentations to Courts of appropriate jurisdictions. Communicates with various agencies to resolve any problems and to coordinate projects. Serves as a liaison on code enforcement issues to various City, County, State, Federal, and law enforcement agencies. Provides technical support to the Emergency Management Agency on damage assessment matters during natural or man-made disasters in Shelby County. Establishes and maintains a cooperative working relationship with employees, other department staff, management, vendors and contractors as necessary. Responds to problems in a tactful and expedient manner.  Creates and prepares a variety of correspondence, memoranda and reports by utilizing various computer applications. Interacts and communicates verbally and in writing with general public, management, and other staff members on a variety of issues and concerns. Attends various meetings and work sites for visual inspections of properties by driving throughout the City.

Job Title: Information Security Analyst – 2 openings

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $68,061.76 – $100,391.20 annually
  • Closing date: 10/16/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00570

Works under the direction of the Information Security Officer in developing and implementing data access security safeguards and protective measures to ensure protection of computer data from internal and/or external users. Identifies, analyzes, and resolves security and system problems relating to data access security, applications, programs and functions. Monitors computer data network system, including local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN), firewall and anti-spam data security infrastructure.  Investigates and corrects security related problems to ensure data information system integrity.  Investigates incidences of data access violations, data corruption or loss and reports findings to supervisor for direction and resolution. Performs risk assessments and execute tests of data processing system to ensure functioning of data processing activities and security measures. Maintains the information systems security database by joining or separating users to various system applications.  Monitors and audits the information system security database to isolate and identify occurrences of illegal or unauthorized access. Assists in developing plans to safeguard computer files against accidental or unauthorized modification, destruction, or disclosure and to meet emergency data processing needs.   Documents computer security and emergency measures policies, procedures, and tests.  Reviews violations of computer security procedures and notify management to ensure violations are not repeated. Coordinates the registration of users with division’s liaisons to discuss and/or resolve user issues, access levels and problems. Keeps management informed of system utilization patterns and data security system issues or concerns. Prepares various reports and/or memoranda regarding security issues or concerns and recommends corrective action.

Job Title: Information Security Officer

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: Depends on Qualifications
  • Closing date: 10/16/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00571

Works under the general administrative direction of the Chief Information Officer (CIO).  Responsible for the City’s information security efforts to comply with local, state, and federal regulations, including HIPPA, PII, PCI, etc. Develops, implements, and maintains the City’s information security policy, standards, and guidelines. Actively participates and guides the business continuity and disaster recovery efforts for Information Services. Manages the incident response planning, as well as the investigation of security breaches, and assists in addressing disciplinary and legal matters associated with such breaches as necessary. Working in conjunction with other divisions, develops the prioritization of security initiatives and spending based on appropriate risk management and/or financial methodology. Coordinates information security regulatory activities and works with vendors to ensure compliance. Administers enterprise risk management efforts and ensures remediation and mitigation efforts are completed. Collaborates with Internal Audit to identify, review, and remediate security risks in both ongoing and planned operations. Manages various risk management tools to monitor internal and external information security events and trends and advises senior management of related issues and activities. Identifies and investigates potential threats, vulnerabilities, and control techniques and communicates this information to departmental system administrators. Operates the City’s vulnerability management, anti-virus, and scanning tools, generates reports, and works with vendors to ensure identified events are remediated. Builds and maintains relationships with local, state, and federal law enforcement and other related government agencies to address issues and facilitate effective communications. Leads, organizes, and presents security awareness training initiatives. Recommends initiatives to raise and enhance information security awareness and training through capital and operational budget planning. Maintains comprehensive knowledge of federal, state, and local privacy and security regulations and industry best practices that keep the City abreast of privacy and security technology advances and in compliance with related laws.

Job Title: Zone Maintenance Foreman

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $35,030.84 – $52,540.80 annually
  • Closing date: 10/16/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00538

Works under the general supervision of an assigned supervisor.  Directs and coordinates work of subordinate personnel responsible for the care and maintenance of park grounds and equipment, athletic fields, street medians, and other Parks Services. Assigns work, keeps time records, reviews work performance, and recommends disciplinary actions. Instructs workers on proper working procedures, dispensing and mixing chemicals,  and proper use of equipment.  Inspects work sites throughout assigned area to evaluate work activities and requirements and to handle problems that arise.  Orders supplies and monitors daily expenditures.  Inspects equipment, oversees routine maintenance and notifies supervisor of needed repairs.  Maintains record of daily activities and participates in work being performed such as building bleacher seats and setting up for special events, installing and repairing playground equipment, planting and caring for flowers and trees, cutting grass, and trash pickup.  Travels and inspects various work sites throughout the City to evaluate activities and work requirements with crews and directs personnel and equipment in order to assure completion of work. Interprets policies for workers and attempts to resolve employee grievances according to union contract procedures.

Job Title: Mechanical Operator

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $28,675.66 – $40,964.04 annually
  • Closing date: 10/16/2017 
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00549

Works under the supervision of the Operation and Maintenance Supervisor at a wastewater treatment plant in the Public Works Division.  Operates all types of equipment used at a large wastewater treatment facility, such as pumps, blowers, conveyors, clarifiers, and belt filter presses, etc.  Operates waste treatment process equipment for the purpose of diagnosis and repair.  Operates heavy automotive equipment on and off City property. Performs routine visual inspection of equipment and records meter readings to ensure proper operation and detect equipment malfunctions.  Performs preventive maintenance and minor repairs of equipment as directed by supervisor.  Makes adjustments to large manually operated valves as directed. Performs all types of upkeep of grounds, buildings, equipment, and tanks, which may involve operating motorized equipment such as tractors, mowers, edgers, weedeaters, and/or the use of hand tools such as shovels, hoes, rakes, and swing blades. Performs all types of cleaning, which may involve handling heavy industrial size water hoses and/or high pressure cleaning equipment.  Adheres to safety requirements such as fall protection, confined space entry, hydrogen sulfide monitoring, eye protection, and respiratory protection. Notifies management directly of critical problems and emergency situations.

Job Title: Compliance Specialist

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $29,090.10 – $43,056.00 annually
  • Closing date: 10/16/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00516

Works under the general direction of the 25 Square Manager in the Grounds Services Service Center in the Public Works Division.  Conducts exterior inspections of private property to ensure compliance with applicable City of Memphis Code of Ordinances and to ensure that work performed by City contractors meets specifications prior to payment.  Researches property owner information to ensure that proper notice is given to owners concerning Weed Violations and Mitigation.  Investigates service requests of reported overgrowth from 311 Call Center for vacant properties with high grass or weeds exceeding 12 inches in order to place properties in violation, if necessary.  Distributes service requests to contractors using the appropriate systems when ready for mitigation.  Researches parcel information to create service requests of violations in the Oracle and XORA Systems. Manage and edit service request records in the Oracle and Xora systems for compliance, mitigation, and billing resolution.  Maintains files of mitigated properties including photographs, notes from meetings with citizens, and other pertinent information.  Monitors vendors’ and contractors’ progress in the appropriate computer systems.  Investigates citizen complaints/disputes on properties mitigated by contractors.  Researches and reviews contractor invoices , job service pictures and any property owner documentation to resolve weed bill disputes for dismissal.  Maintains activity records, logs, and reports for inspected properties and for various meetings. Provides training and assistance to contractors and staff pertaining to the computer application programs, systems and other functions.  Meets with citizens of property damaged by vendors/contractor for resolution.  Travels to various work sites throughout the city for meetings with vendors/contractors and to inspect various properties.  Creates and prepares a variety of correspondence, memoranda and reports by utilizing various computer applications.  Interacts and communicates verbally and in writing with management and other staff members on a variety of issues and concerns.  Provides clerical and other type of support to office staff.

Job Title: HR Project Coordinator

  • Job Type: Civil Service 
  • Salary: $60,365.24 – $93,558.40 annually
  • Closing date: 10/16/2017
  • Location:  Memphis, TN
  • Job number: 2017-00568

Works under the direction of the Employee Services Officer to perform non-routine research and administrative tasks related to the coordination and oversight of Human Resources divisional projects to ensure timely and effective project development and completion. Collaborates with project stakeholders within Human Resources as well as other areas of the City to define project scope, goals, and deliverables in addressing business needs.  Leads or contributes to multiple projects to ensure coordination and implementation aligns to organizational goals.  Coordinates program or project planning and implementation, including assessing needs, and setting goals and objectives.  Participates and provides input into project budget planning and development.  Estimates specific resources and personnel needed to complete projects in a timely manner.  Conducts project post-mortem analysis to identify both successful and unsuccessful portions of the project and proposes recommendations for improvement.  Establishes project work plan and calendar or schedules and monitors, evaluates, and documents progress.  Coordinates and attends meetings and establishes and maintains internal and external contacts as necessary.  Administers, tracks, and reports on small projects within the HR division including, but not limited to, data analysis, preparation of communications, and drafting or editing of Human Resources policies and guidelines.  Develops and delivers progress reports, proposals, requirements, and presentations for on-going projects.  Provides advice to participants; serves as a liaison and resource by performing research, analyzing information, providing documentation, and preparing reports.  Monitors record keeping and file maintenance for the program or project.  Serves as lead for other project staff, assigning tasks and setting priorities.  Prepares records of project activities and oversees and ensures the timely processing and the delivery of required materials.  Verifies and analyzes the accuracy of all data and information used or generated by the project and resolves any discrepancies or problems.  Serves as liaison for department and coordinates activities and exchanges information.


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