Category Archives: JobLINC
Apply online by going to https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/memphistn
Job Title: Pipelayer – 2 openings
- Job Type: Civil Service
- Salary: $26,692.12 annually
- Closing date: 11/27/2017
- Location: Memphis, TN
- Job number: 2017-00623
Works under the supervision of a maintenance foreman to perform skilled manual work in repair and maintenance which may include the City’s storm drain system and sanitary sewer system. Installs pipe of various sizes and configurations. Makes tie-in to structure, outfall lines or interceptor lines. Applies cement or mortar to pipe to reconstruct pipe or seal cracks, sometimes from inside the underground pipe. Clears around pipe to make repairs. Signals equipment operators to facilitate alignment to remove pipe. Arranges concrete bags to construct drainage facility walls. Operates various types of trucks including tandem axle equipped with dump body, mower, and P.T.O sprayer, etc. Transports and dumps various materials such as sand, crushed pavement, asphalt, and rocks.
Job Title: WTP Maintenance Mechanic
- Job Type: Civil Service
- Salary: $38,021.62 annually
- Closing date: 11/27/2017
- Location: Memphis, TN
- Job number: 2017-00216
Works under the general supervision of the Maintenance Foreman at the waste water treatment facilities in the Public Works Division. Maintains and repairs equipment and facilities. Installs, maintains, and repairs mechanical and electro mechanical machinery and equipment used in large volume waste water treatment plants to ensure continuous operation. Dismantles, or partially dismantles electric motors, turbines, engines, transmissions, hydraulic valves, meters, gages, and other equipment, to gain access to or remove faulty parts, using hand and power tools, such as wrenches, screwdrivers, and hoists. Inspects machines and equipment periodically, lubricating moving parts, or replacing worn parts to prevent breakdown or malfunctioning. Repairs or replaces defective parts by conducting diagnosis testing. Interprets diagrams, plans, and operation manuals to determine location, size and type of parts. Operates automotive equipment such as dump trucks and tractors to and from various works sites throughout the City. Operates onsite mechanical equipment such as All-Terrain Vehicles (ATV) and mowers. Adheres to safety requirements such as fall protection, confined space entry, hydrogen sulfide monitoring, eye protection, and respiratory protection. Notifies management directly, verbally or in writing of critical problems and emergency situations. Exercises significant independence in maintenance activities and decision making. Operates forklifts as required.
Job Title: Senior Animal Services Officer (Promotional Only) – Apply at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/memphistn/promotionaljobs?
- Job Type: Civil Service
- Salary: $44,394.74 annually
- Closing date: 11/24/2017
- Location: Memphis, TN
- Job number: 2017-00654
Works under the general supervision of an assigned supervisor at the Memphis Animal Shelter, to act as team/shift leader in apprehending, rescuing, and retaining unlicensed, stray, and uncontrolled animals for the protection of citizens. Acts as a team/shift leader to assign calls and providing guidance to other Animal Service Officers and staff. Follows up with officers after completion of calls and reports all pertinent information to supervisor in a timely manner. Investigates complaints concerning ordinance violations. Operates a City vehicle to respond to calls concerning the need to apprehend unlicensed, stray, and uncontrolled animals. Provides primary assistance to supervisor in the training of new personnel. Performs euthanasia as required, both within the shelter and in the field. Provides information and assistance to the public. Makes court appearances related to citations and warrants issued. Acts as liaison with the Memphis Police Department, Shelby County Sheriff Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Internal Revenue Services (IRS). Maintains and completes a variety of daily activity reports and assists other personnel in the performance of these duties.
Job Title: Property Maintenance General Foreman (Promotional Only) – Apply at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/memphistn/promotionaljobs?
- Job Type: Civil Service
- Salary: $73,993.92 annually
- Closing date: 11/27/2017
- Location: Memphis, TN
- Job number: 2017-00615
Works under the direction of the Administrator of Property Maintenance. Provides general supervision to five (5) Property Maintenance Craft Supervisors. Develops, supervises, and evaluates assigned work crews in maintenance/ construction projects on city-owned buildings and machinery including specialized craft work. Reviews mechanical, electrical, and plumbing drawings and specifications and interprets for work crew. Plans work to be completed at each phase of project and gives any specialized instructions required to assigned work crews. Inspects completed work to ensure that it conforms to established parameters. Schedules work assignments based on project priorities and to determine details of how project is to be completed, materials to be used, etc. Logs and reports work completed for billing purposes. Ensures that work processes comply with all applicable safety rules and regulations.
Job Title: Division Chief (Promotional Only) – Apply at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/memphistn/promotionaljobs?
- Job Type: Civil Service
- Salary: $96,080.14 annually
- Closing date: 11/24/2017
- Location: Memphis, TN
- Job number: 2017-00613-R1
Works under the Deputy Chief of Operations and is responsible for oversight of office and warehouse staff, with day-to-day administrative operation of Tennessee Task Force 1 (TN-TF1). Serves as the senior response official responsible for the development of leadership strategies, emergency response strategies, and holds a seat on the Executive Board of the Tennessee Task Force I (TN-TF1). Responsible for working as a Task Force Leader to develop and execute policies and procedures, training and logistical plans that are required a state of deployment readiness for activity mandated or requested by Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the State of Tennessee, or local authority. Reviews the general operation of the Task Force to determine efficiency. Provides direction on major projects or problem areas. Plans for future projects or deployments. Acts as liaison between Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Memphis Fire Administration and works through the USAR Grants Manager to direct fiduciary activities related to the Federal Cooperative Agreement (CA) funds for TN-TF1. Monitors closely all records of financial transactions in accordance with best business practices, City Policy, and requirements of the FEMA grants administration. Works with the USAR Grant Manager to accomplish accurate reporting on the quarterly, bi-annually, and annual reports required by the Cooperative Agreement (CA). Works with the USAR Grant Manager to accomplish the Cooperative Agreement (CA) application and the award process as well as tracking and monitoring of CA expenditures. Oversees and assists accurate completion of post deployment reimbursement packages. Travels as part of the Tennessee Task Force I (TN-TF1) for deployments, meetings, and training events.
Lit Refrigeration Company Hiring for Cashier/Customer Service, Stocker/Customer Service, and Freezer Associate
Cashier/Customer Service – Full Time
*Fulfilling Customer Service to Lit Operational standards
*Following all Lit operational protocols in regards to handling transactions at the point of sale.
*Maintaining Lit Operational standards as it relates to handling of cash, check, electronic payments, and customer’s purchases by account.
*Answer customers’ questions, and provide information on procedures or policies *Proper stocking , merchandising, and inventory controls
*Completing any immediate assignments(direct orders from Manager).
*Any other duties or areas of store assigned by Manager
*Lifting of 75lbs
Stocker/Customer Service – Full Time
1)Sacking and carrying out for paying customers
2)Maintaining their particular aisle assignments to Lit operational standards
3)Completing any immediate assignments(direct orders from Manager)
4)Fulfilling Customer service to Lit operational standards
5)Lifting of 75lbs
Freezer Associate – Full Time
*Customer Service-Meet customer needs with a smiling face and remembering that the customer always comes first. Handle all customer questions and concerns
*Insures that all perishable products are put into the proper temperature as quickly as possible.
*Maintain a high level of productivity within the department.
*Regularly check temperatures in freezers/coolers to insure proper temperature is maintained.
*Conduct bar code/zebra label audits
*Consistent product rotations in the back stock/selling floor
*Organized back stock freezer/selling floor
Please apply in person at any one of our four locations.
309 Union Ave.
2965 Summer Ave.
1665 Winchester Rd.
3292 Austin Peay Highway
Closing Date 12-31-2017
Company: art village gallery
Position: Part-Time Exhibitions and Projects Assistant
Established South Main gallery is seeking a motivated, dedicated and positive individual with previous experience working at a gallery, museum or comparable arts organization who will be responsible for duties related to the successful implementation of exhibitions and projects using a diverse and culturally specific focus as the guideline for the execution of all programming to connect the neighborhood and surrounding community to different cultures using the common language of art.
Our ideal candidate:
- Has a high level of self-confidence and personal direction to negotiate a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment where information and direction comes from multiple sources.
- Superior organization and time management and multi-tasking skills; is personable and is able to work efficiently in a high-pressure environment
- Superior attention to detail; diligence in problem-solving and project completion.
Essential duties and responsibilities:
• Develop project timelines, track progress and deliverables for internal project related tasks
• Liaise with artists, vendors and international and local galleries to plan cultural exhibitions
• Prior experience organizing exhibitions, or relevant project management experience.
• Provide support with all stages of planning and implementation of select exhibitions.
• Coordinate gallery and art fair exhibitions from design phase through de-installation
• Create exhibition models (physical & sketch-up) as needed
• Coordinate gallery framing orders & photo production (printing & mounting)
• General proficiency with Google Sketchup, proficiency in Rhino or other 3D modeling programs a plus
• Proficiency in Adobe design software (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop)
• Art related education and or experience a plus
• 3+ year’s experience as a team lead in the design/art and exhibitions field
• Proficiency with MS Office, IOS, Photoshop, project management software and databases is desired
• Ability to travel as needed
Email cover letter and resume to email@example.com
Please put “Exhibitions and Projects” in subject line and include three references with email addresses and telephone numbers.
Absolutely no phone calls or walk-ins please
Company: The Peabody
Position: Lobby Bar Manager
Beverage outlet, service areas and Banquets.
Job involves working:
- under variable temperature conditions.
- under variable noise levels.
- around fumes and/or odor hazards.
- around dust.
- around chemicals.
Staff in Beverage, Kitchen/Stewarding, Restaurant, Front Desk, Housekeeping and Engineering.
Hotel guests/visitors, vendors and contractors. CNS Health Inspector, Pest Control.
- Maintain complete knowledge of and comply with all departmental policies, service procedures and standards.
- Maintain complete knowledge of correct maintenance and use of equipment. Use equipment only as intended.
- Anticipate guests’ needs, respond promptly and acknowledge all guests, however busy.
- Maintain positive guest relations at all times.
- Be familiar with all hotel services/features in order to respond to guest inquiries accurately.
- Resolve guest complaints, ensuring guest satisfaction.
- Monitor and maintain cleanliness, sanitation and organization of assigned work areas.
- Maintain complete knowledge of all menu items, liquor brands, beers and non-alcoholic selections available in the assigned outlet.
- Maintain knowledge of the particular characteristics and description of every wine/champagne by the glass and major wines on the wine list.
- Maintain complete knowledge of designated glassware and garnishes for each drink.
- Fluency in English, both verbal and written.
- Provide legible communication and directions.
- Compute basic arithmetic.
- Food handling certification within 60 days.
- Minimum 18 years of age to serve alcoholic beverages.
- Ability to:
- perform job functions with attention to detail, speed and accuracy.
- prioritize, organize and follow up.
- be a clear thinker, remaining calm and resolving problems using good judgment.
- follow directions thoroughly.
- understand guests’ service needs.
- work cohesively with associates as part of a team.
- work with minimal supervision.
- maintain confidentiality of guest and associate information and pertinent hotel data.
- ascertain departmental training needs and provide such training
- direct performance of staff and follow up with corrections when needed.
- satisfactorily communicate with guests, management and co-workers in a courteous, empathetic and discreet manner.
- maintain regular and punctual attendance.
- adhere to Peabody grooming standards.
- exemplify Peabody Service Excellence®.
- Knowledge of various drink recipes and beverage service standards.
- Experience in cash handling.
- Perform Bartender/Server duties when needed.
- High school graduate or equivalent vocational training certificate, some college.
- Previous experience as a bartender.
- Experience with computers, calculators or word processors.
- Ability to suggestively sell.
- Ability to input and access information in the property management system/point of sale system/computers.
- Previous guest relations training.
- Certification of previous training in liquor, wine, and food service.
- Certification in CPR.
- Able to input purchases, transfers and cost in IP system.
- Participate in scheduling and payroll functions.
- Food handling managers card within 60 days.
- Exert physical effort in transporting up to 300 pounds.
- Endure various physical movements throughout the work areas and move freely.
- Reach forearm above head.
For more information or to apply, click http://www.peabodyhotelsandresorts.com/careers/
Company: Memphis Escape Rooms
Position: Room Host
This is a job unlike any other! A rapidly growing company, Memphis Escape Rooms is looking for enthusiastic, creative staff members with good communication and problem solving skills. These games challenge people in a variety of scenarios to perform a series of challenging puzzles during a 60-minute window of time and escape before the clock stops!
As an Escape Room Host, you will help provide a unique and immersive experience for our customers in a new and exciting field of entertainment and team building!
Be outgoing, courteous, and engaging with all of our guests. Set up the escape room for each experience and quickly ensure everything is reset and working properly between each group. Greet participants with a smile while helping them check-in and complete waivers. Monitor the experience via video monitoring, providing pre-scripted clues via laptop as needed helping guests have a fun and challenging time with us. Tidy and clean up the escape room, lobby and host room. Keep track of inventory and ensure all items in escape room are in working order. Provide guests with a “5-star” experience from the beginning to the end of their experience.
Charisma! — An outgoing and sociable personality that is welcoming to all participants and staff members. An interest in puzzles and games helps. Any artistic, creative or handy skills are valuable. Attention to detail, excellent problem solving skills and good at working as part of a team. You must remain calm and friendly while under pressure and exercise the ability to think quickly. Computer skills are also valuable.
Experience / Education Desired:
At least 1 year of customer service experience as well as a Bachelors Degree in progress is preferred. High School Diploma or equivalent is required.
This role offers 12-35 hours a week at $9 an hour with the ability to move upward in the company quickly. We are hiring at both our Downtown location as well as our East Memphis location.
WEEKENDS AND SOME EVENINGS ARE A MUST! We are currently only hiring people who can also work our seasonal schedule.
If you are interested, please send your resume to Info@memphisescaperooms.com. We look forward to hearing from you.
Company: Enjoy A&M
Position: Job Fair
Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman (Executive chefs and owners of Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen, Catherine & Mary’s, Hog & Hominy, and Porcellino’s) are hosting a round of job fairs in support of their newest restaurant, that will be opening in the Old Dominic Distillery in Downtown Memphis by January 1, 2018.
The Job Fairs will be held at Catherine & Mary’s (272 S. Main Street) on Tuesday, November 21, 2017 and on Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, both from 11 am – 5 pm, where owners, chefs, and management will be present.
We are hiring all positions, Front of House and Back of House; servers, servers assistants, bartenders, assistant managers, chef de cuisine, sous chefs, bar backs, dishwashers, prep cooks, line cooks- day time and night time positions both available.
Company: Victory Bike Studio
Position: Bicycle Mechanic Needed
Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Family members, friends, and your associates are all people in your career network. They can be valuable sources of information and advice when you are searching for work. The Muse has put together several suggestions to ask career questions of the people in your network.
- Ask your networking contacts to introduce you to someone who works at a company at which you may want to work. Having this company contact gives you a real-life person who may be willing to speak with you about your career interests and skills, and provides information about how the company matches with your interests and goals.
- “If you don’t have any particular person in mind that you’d like to meet, it can still be helpful to see if your professional contacts have ideas for others with whom you should connect. Tell them the types of people you’re hoping to meet, and there’s a solid chance they know at least one person who would be interesting for you to chat with.”
- Ask your contacts if they know about certain companies. You could ask, for example, “… is there a certain company in your industry that is doing well but has a reputation for being a terrible place to work?”
- Ask your network for recommendations “for industry events and conferences”. These events and conferences provide valuable opportunities to meet people who work in companies at which you would like to work.
- Ask people in your target companies for an informational interview. They will be able to provide information about the company you cannot get anywhere else, and may also provide names of other people with whom you can speak or job leads. Alternatively, you can ask people in your network to refer you to someone in those companies to have an informational interview with you.
- Ask your network to read over your resume and cover letter and make suggestions. They can provide valuable suggestions for improvement.
- Ask any of your contacts to help prepare you for interviews by having them drill you on common interview questions. Memphis Public Libraries have a wealth of interview books for this purpose that you can give to your contacts so they can quiz you on the questions in these books.
- If you are debating between multiple job offers, asking people in your network to look at the offers may “help you figure out which option to go with … or at least point out some different things for you to think about.”
- If you’re stuck in your job search, call on your network to provide a different way of looking at things or solving problems.
- If people in your network are in a career field in which you’re interested, ask them to tell you about their career path. This information provides insight on how to get through difficulties.
- Asking your network if there was anything they would have done differently in their careers if they could do them all over again provides ways to “avoid certain pitfalls … [and] it can also give you things to consider that you might not have before.”
- Ask your contacts about reading recommendations in the field that interests you and with which they are familiar. Reading sources can be “newsletters, websites, and magazines ….” These resources help you stay on top of your field by keeping up with the latest skills, trends, and developments.
- Ask only reliable people in your network to serve as a reference for you. This tip is especially helpful if you are out of work, but looking to get re-employed. Frequently employers ask for references, so having a list of people who have agreed to be references is a strong asset.
- If you use LinkedIn, professional contacts on that site are able to “illustrate that they support the work you do without too big of a commitment.” You can contact them on LinkedIn and ask if they will show their support for you on that website.
- Remember to ask your networking contacts if they need anything from you. Don’t make networking “a one-way street” for you only. “… look for ways that you can help them, too. Regularly giving to others will ensure that they’re always happy to return the favor.”
Source: Herman, Lily. “21 questions you haven’t been asking your network (But really should).” Daily Muse, Inc., https://www.themuse.com/advice/21-questions-you-havent-been-asking-your-network-but-really-should. Accessed 14 November 2017.
- Apply to jobs by making connections. “Your goal should be to speak with someone before applying so that you can send your application directly to a person—not through an automated system that prompts you from an organization’s website….” – Avery Blank
- Skills and personality are equally important. “What they taught you at the college career center is true: You must be good at what you do and be able to showcase your credentials to an employer. But you need much more than that. If you really want to get ahead, you’ve got to know how to impact and influence people, navigate relationship dynamics, and add value far beyond what’s detailed in the job description.” – Melody Wilding
- Don’t stay at one company too long. “… if you don’t have room to grow, don’t waste too many years in one place in one role; keep your eye on the market and don’t let better opportunities pass you by! Being nimble and jumping is often the name of the success game today.” – Annie Nogg
- Negotiate the job offer. “When I started out, I was told to be grateful for my first job offer. I was instructed not to show disrespect by trying to negotiate. Boy, is that so off-base, particularly for women who face a wage gap. The gender wage gap costs a full-time working woman a lot of money over the course of her career, and it starts with her first job. Always negotiate on principle, especially if you’re a woman.” – Alexandra Dickinson
- Don’t apply to every job you see. “Today, job seekers are much better off targeting specific brands or companies in a more strategic fashion and starting a conversation rather than blanketing the universe with resumes. It will payoff to have the right start to your career in the long run than throwing your hat in the ring for every opportunity that comes along.” – Kelly Poulson
- Don’t show up unannounced to meet the hiring manager. “… showing up unannounced demonstrates a lack of respect for the hiring manager’s time, and puts the person on the spot, forcing them to engage in a conversation they may not be prepared for. It frankly also demonstrates a lack of understanding about modern office etiquette.” – Angela Smith
- Don’t always try to follow the straight and narrow. “The way to your dream career is not always a straight path—what’s important is that you’re traveling in the right direction. In today’s market, you may not land the job of your dreams right away. Use creativity to find a role in an alternative field that’ll help you grow relevant skills and qualifications. It’s perfectly OK, maybe even common, to take a few random turns on the way to your ideal job.” – Ryan Kahn
- Send a specific resume for each job to which you apply. “Gone are the days when you can rely on crafting one perfect resume. Think about it: Are you not a good fit for so many different jobs? Likely you are. And these positions all have different keywords in their job descriptions. So you must customize your resume, or create a new version to fit each job you’re applying for. Keyword optimization is a critical first step to avoid being shut down by an applicant tracking system, too.” – Theresa Merrill
- Network. The odds of getting hired just by applying online are very small. “What you want to focus on is building relationships with people who work at the company, used to work at the company, or are somehow affiliated with the company. You can do this [by] tapping your network (alumni, friends, family, associations, etc.) or using LinkedIn to identify key people. Remember, it’s not who you know, it’s who knows what you want.” – Antonio Neves
Source: Lastoe, Stacey. “9 popular job search tips you should definitely ignore.” Daily Muse, Inc., https://www.themuse.com/advice/9-popular-job-search-tips-you-should-definitely-ignore. Accessed 14 November 2017.
Regional Adjustment Bureau, Inc. (est. 1971), is a nationally recognized leader in receivables management industry. Our Collection Specialists maintain a high standard of professionalism, adhere to client and industry compliance, while utilizing leading edge technology to locate and effectively negotiate debt resolutions with consumers.
We are currently seeking reliable professionals that are self-motivated and can adapt to change in a fast paced goal oriented environment. We offer competitive salary with unlimited bonus potential, a comprehensive benefits package, secured facilities and an atmosphere for growth.
• Handle a large volume of inbound/outbound calls in compliance with all federal, state, and local collection laws, regulations, and company policies to prompt and negotiate payment on delinquent accounts;
• Document collection system with collection activity
• Skip trace accounts effectively;
• Escalate and assist other team members with calls as needed;
• Successfully completes initial training and ongoing quarterly and yearly testing law reviews.
Skills & Abilities:
• Prior customer service, collections or call center experience a plus;
• Good organizational, time management and follow-up skills;
• Ability to professionally negotiate with consumers;
• Ability to learn quickly in a fast paced environment;
• Maintain individual and company goals
• High School Diploma or equivalent
• Ability to pass background check & drug screening
RAB is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Apply by attending the RAB job fair on November 16, 2017…