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Software Developer Position

“Produce MVVM, VB.NET, Web Services & other MS based apps.  Jobsite: Olive Branch, MS.  Resume to: View, Inc., 195 S. Milpitas Blvd., Milpitas, CA 95035″

 

Source:  The Commercial Appeal. (2017, July 16). Localfieds. The Commercial Appeal, 176(197), p. 4C.

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Application Development Position

“Application Development Srs-IT in Memphis, TN area: Design, develop &  implement apps to support bus reqs; creates design docs, performs coding & testing; resolve tech issues, prepare program specs; recommend solutions.  Send res to: Inventory Locator Service, LLC, 8001 Centerview Parkway, Suite 400, Memphis, TN 38018.  Attention: Eva Cummins”

 

Source:  The Commercial Appeal. (2017, July 16). Localfieds. The Commercial Appeal, 176(197), p. 4C.

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Software Developer Job

“SOFTWARE DEVELOPER

“Produce MVVM, VB.NET, Web Services & other MS based apps.  Jobsite: Olive Branch, MS. Resume to: View, Inc., 195 S. Milpitas Blvd., Milpitas, CA 95035″

 

Source:  The Commercial Appeal. (2017, July 9). Localfieds. The Commercial Appeal, 176(190), p. 4C.

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Transition Workforce Looking for Job Coordinator

Transition Workforce Inc. is looking for great people to make a difference!!!

Transition Workforce Inc is seeking individuals interested in applying for our position of Job Coordinator starting 2017-2018 school year.

Position Overview: As Job Coordinator, you will be responsible for helping teenagers and young adults from the ages of 14-22 with disabilities through the pre-employment transition services that will prepare them for the workplace.

Job Requirements:

  • Degree preferred but not required
  • 6 months of professional experience working with individuals with disabilities
  • Professional attitude and dress attire
  • A willingness to make it difference

If you would like more information about this position, please contact Stacy Mayfield at 901-672-8308 or email at milestonestaffing@outlook.com.

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Economic Development Forum June 27-29 at The Guest House at Graceland

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Business Conference Invitation:

The Economic Development Forum (EDF), June 27-29 at the Guest House at Graceland.  The EDF convenes top decision makers and business leaders of major corporations, minority and women-owned business enterprises, local small businesses, community partners and a host of other stakeholders who understand the benefits of economic inclusion.  Annually, The MMBC Continuum hosts the Economic Development Forum to present viable business models and strategies that provide solutions for greater economic inclusion.

The conference has something for every business owner/professional.  The EDF is for business owners seeking to identify new business opportunities and provides a forum to connect with major corporations all in one day, in one location. For corporate purchasing managers seeking to source scalable diverse and local/small suppliers the EDF is the place to make great business connections. The exhibit hall – featuring the “Corporate Connection Zone”, offers the ultimate networking and is FREE to all business owners on June 28, 2017.

Participating organizations include Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare, First Tennessee, AutoZone, FedEx, International Paper, Nike, Smith & Nephew, Regional One, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee, and many more.  Keynote speakers include Darrell Freeman, Founder of Zycron, Inc.; Sara Prince from McKinsey & Company and Randall Melton, Vice President of Merchandising for Kroger Delta Marketing Area.

Continuing Education Units/Hours (CEUs/CEHs) can also be earned, where applicable.

To view the schedule of events visit the MMBC Continuum event website – HTTP://EDF.MMBC-MEMPHIS.ORG OR www.mmbc-memphis.org

2017 Economic Development Forum
June 27-29
The Guest House at Graceland

Make great business connections over the course of 2 days!
The Exhibit Hall is FREE TO ALL BUSINESS OWNERS and will be Open – Wednesday, June 28 ~ 9:30 am – 4:00 pm (except for the lunch hour)

Register for your FREE seminar and exhibit hall tickets at:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/edf-seminars-exhibit-hall-only-special-guest-comp-tickets-35114201522

For a promotional video about the EDF, click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xjYqTNTMrF0&feature=youtu.be

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The Need to Acquire Job Skills and Where to Get Them

In today’s job market where the job landscape is changing, it will be helpful for people to acquire new skills.

It will help job-seekers to reach out to employers and, as Terry Brock states, “Find those skills that employers need and learn those skills” (Brock, 2017).

While readers have often heard that advice many times, there frequently seems to be a knowledge gap in where to find new skills.  However, the good news is, in the digital age in which we live, there are a variety of websites, some free and some fee-based, where people can acquire new skills.

A scenario would be that a job-seeker has done some informational interviewing with an employer, and the employer has told the job-seeker the skills that are needed to work in the company.  Based on that conversation, job-seekers can look through the websites below to acquire new skills or refresh old skills.  Even if you have not done informational interviewing but you know the type of skills your industry needs, the Web sites below can help you acquire those skills.  You can then list the classes you have successfully completed on your resume to show to employers, or network with employers and tell them you have completed industry-specific courses.

Lynda.com

Lynda can be accessed for free through the Memphis Public Library by using your library card.  There are over 3,400 courses covering many topics at the beginner, intermediate, or advanced level.  Topics include, but are not limited to, Business, Design, Developer, Information Technology, Marketing, Web, Photography, and Video.  At the end of some courses you can print a certificate.  There are also exercise files to practice your learning.

GCFLearnFree.org

Subjects range from Microsoft Office and Email to Reading, Math, Workplace Skills, and more.  There are over 180 topics, over 2,000 lessons, more than 800 videos, and more than 55 interactives and games.  All of this learning is free.  Learners can complete entire courses or view tutorials.  Classes are accredited and the program is accredited by the International Association of Continuing Education and Training.  Users can earn an Achievement of Completion certificate after viewing every page of a self-paced tutorial.  Then, the user can download and print that certificate.  The Achievement of Completion certificate is different than the Certificate of Completion learners would receive from the Online Class Program, which is accredited by the International Association of Continuing Education and Training.

Alison.com 

Alison offers a variety of free online diploma course, Business and Enterprise Skills, Digital Literacy and IT skills, Personal Development and Soft Skills, Languages, Schools Curriculum, Health and Safety and Compliance, Health Literacy, Financial and Economic Literacy, and others.  There are free study groups available; however, there are optional fees for add-ons such as certifications and ad-free services.  You can download the learner record for free and show it to employers and keep it for yourself.  Though you may have to pay a fee for the diploma certificate, achieving this certificate will show your interest and skills in the subject to employers.

Udemy.com

Udemy is an online platform where users pay a fee to take online courses to gain skills.  There are over 45,000 courses taught by experts.  Content areas are Development (Web, Software, E-Commerce, etc.), Business, IT & Software, Office Productivity, Personal Development, Design, Marketing, Lifestyle, Photography, Health & Fitness, Teacher Training, Music, Academics, Language, and Test Prep.

Coursera.org

Coursera is an online platform where users can pay a fee to take courses to gain technology skills that can aid them in their job search.  Coursera partners with well-known and respected universities in the U.S.  At the end of each course the learner receives a certificate that s/he can share with employers.  Courses are in the areas of Arts & Humanities, Business, Computer Science, Data Science, Life Sciences, Math & Logic, Personal Development, Physical Science & Engineering, Social Sciences, Language Learning.

Tutsplus.com

Tutsplus is a Web site where learners can take courses on Design & Illustration, Coding, Web Design, Photo & Video, Business, Music & Audio, 3D & Motion Graphics.  How-To tutorials on those courses and tutorials on Game Development and Computer Skills are also accessible to users.  Users pay a small fee for each course.  There are over 900 video courses, expert instructors, no ads, and learners can receive instruction on their mobile devices.

Skillshare.com

This platform has over 15,000 classes in the areas of Design, Business, Technology, Photography, Film, Writing, Crafts, and Culinary.  Users can also teach a class.  Scholarships are available to take courses.  There are also a variety of free classes.

Codeacademy.com

This site offers learners to learn how to code … for free.  The Web site is heavy on technology and offers coding courses on making a Web site, Rails, AngularJS, SQL, Java, HTML & CSS, and others.

 

Source article: Brock, T. (2017, March 23). How to acquire the skills you need now and in the future. In Memphis Business Journal. Retrieved from http://www.bizjournals.com/memphis/how-to/growth-strategies/2017/03/how-to-acquire-the-skills-you-need-now-and-in-the.html

 

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Alzheimer’s & Dementia Services of Memphis Seeking Director of Development

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Alzheimer’s & Dementia  Services of Memphis, Inc., a local, non-profit agency that provides therapeutic activity programs for those living with dementia, is seeking an energetic, compassionate, self motivated Director of Development.  The Director of Development will plan and implement all fundraising and development activities.

Skills needed:

  • Proven experience in development, grant writing and fundraising.
  • Excellent writing and computer skills
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, including public speaking to address small and large groups
  • Planning skills with strong analytical and research skills
  • Must be highly organized, focused and able to multi-task with attention to detail
  • Ability to work independently and manage tasks from start to finish; but also the desire to work as part of a team, pitching in where needed.
  • Flexibility concerning work schedule to accommodate occasional evening and weekend meeting s and events.
  • Good judgment, professionalism, tact and good sense of humor

This person should have 3 – 5 years experience in development with annual giving, grant writing and monitoring, in-kind donations stewardship and recording, public relations and community outreach.  Will oversee fundraisers and volunteers with department staff.  Salary range is $45 – $55,000 depending on experience.  Please send resume to info@adsmemphis.org.

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National Apprenticeship Week 11/14 – 11/20

Apprenticeships are designed to strengthen the workforce for the 21st century.

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Admin Asst. Position @ Agape

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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT POSTED March 6, 2013
Position Title: Development/Accounting Administrative Assistant (Full-time)
Location: Memphis, TN
Reports To: Director of Development & Director of Finance & Accounting
Position Closing Date: Open Until Filled

Agape is seeking applicants for a Development/Accounting Administrative Assistant position to perform administrative, financial, and clerical functions associated with agency development, accounts payable and receivable. The best candidate for this role will be shared between two departments and will split time for both areas…50% for Development and 50% for Finance. The ability to multi-task and manage critical priorities for both departments and be a team player is a must.

The Development/Accounting Administrative Assistant will possess a willingness to compute, classify, and record numerical data to keep financial records complete, will review invoices for accuracy and enter invoices for payment, process payable checks, mails checks, and file paid invoices. In addition, the Development/Accounting Administrative Assistant will assist with event data management, letter processing and other duties as needed.

Degree Requirement:
High school diploma (or equivalent) required. Training in accounting and bookkeeping skills preferred; two to five years of experience in a responsible position involving bookkeeping and accounting (or related); or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this position. Candidate must be culturally sensitive with a passion for helping others. Must be computer literate. Must have a valid driver license and own a vehicle with proof of auto insurance.

FOR ALL POSITIONS: Send detailed résumé with references to: Agape Child & Family Services, Inc. Nichole Love, BBA, Office Administrator E-mail: Nichole.Love@AgapeMeansLove.org Or you may fax to: (901) 323-3640

Agape does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices because of race, color, sex, national origin, age, disability or any other legally protected characteristic. Agape, however, is a religious corporation and as a result, the Agency has certain religious requirements for its employees. This is in compliance with applicable law since Agape is a religious corporation.

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Job Openings with the City of Memphis’ Innovation Delivery Team

City of Memphis Innovation Delivery Team

Earlier this year, the City of Memphis was selected by Bloomberg Philanthropies as one of five cities nationwide to receive an Innovation Delivery Team grant.  The three-year grant represents one of the largest private-sector commitments to social innovation in our nation’s history.  The grant will fund local teams, housed within the Mayor’s Office, charged with developing effective solutions to some of the city’s most pressing challenges.  In Memphis, the team is charged with reducing incidences of handgun violence, particularly among juveniles, and supporting small business growth in core city neighborhoods.

 Today, we are pleased to post job descriptions for seven positions on the team for which we are now hiring.  Please click the links below for a more detailed job description for each:

The full job descriptions contain all the information about the exact duties and responsibilities of each position, as well as the qualifications we are looking for.  Suffice to say, we are looking for bold, visionary urban leaders who excited about the prospect of working in a collaborative, innovative environment to generate the new solutions that will help Memphis – and all American cities – advance and prosper.

 Salaries for each position will be competitive and commensurate with experience.  A full benefits package will be offered for each.  Salaries and benefits will be paid from the Bloomberg Philanthropies; no City of Memphis tax-payer dollars or general funds will be used.
Please share these with your friends and colleagues!  Many thanks for your help and all you do to make Memphis great. 

 

Yours in service,

 A C Wharton, Jr.

Mayor, City of Memphis

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