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Outreach, Marketing and Database Management
Plan, coordinate and implement targeted outreach.
Develop and manage opportunities for public presentations, to enhance public awareness of BSDC's programs, services and organizational initiatives such as Fresh Start Home Resource Expo, Empowerment Sunday, Flower Bed-Stuy, Savvy Senior Expo, etc.
Attend regular community meetings, such as the 79th Precinct Council, 81st Precinct Council and Community Board #3, and other Central Brooklyn Precinct Councils and Community Boards.
Identify, engage, and nurture key influencers in the community.
Manage regular email communication to the community.
Civic/Community/Volunteer Leadership Training and Workshop Development
Develop and implement neighborhood-based educational programs related to BSDC's services.
Partner with community residents to develop new tenant and block associations.
Support existing block and tenant associations.
Identify and help develop neighborhood leadership.
Represent BSDC and community interests at public forums and community events.
Maintain a visible presence as a member of the community.
Grants Management and Reporting
Manage database of program records, technical assistance records, and member profiles.
Prepare monthly, quarterly and annual written reports.
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor's degree and at least three years of experience related nonprofit, community outreach, training.
Demonstrated experience in organizing and developing resident leadership, leveraging financial and technical resources to produce tangible improvement in neighborhoods, and facilitating collaborative efforts among community leaders, non-profits and public agencies.
Self-starter. Ability to work independently and effectively as a member of a team.
Demonstrated leadership capacity and sound judgment
Computer literacy with proficiency in MS office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Ability to work effectively with people of various races and backgrounds.
Ability to multi task.
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Join our award-winning, multilingual agency whose mission is "to be of great service to others". Los Ninos specializes in providing quality home and community-based evaluations and services in New York City and Westchester County. We are also well known for our training of early childhood special education professionals.
Our Early Intervention Program is currently hiring Speech Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, and Physical Therapists.
Qualifications: New York State License in your discipline. Knowledge and experience in Early Intervention, willing to receive additional training.
Job Description: Center-based or Home-based EI/CPSE program in our Valhalla Center in Westchester or in our Staten Island Center. Home Based EI/CPSE program in our Corporate Office in New York City. Bilingual a plus (but not required).
Our Three Locations Include:
- Center Base: Valhalla, NY 10595
- Center Base: Staten Island, NY 10308
- Corporate Office: New York, NY 10018
Position Type: Full-time or fee-for-service employee.
**** Please note that in order to be considered for this position you must complete an application on-line at www.losninos.com****
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NYCLU STAFF ATTORNEY
The New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) is one of the nation's leading advocates on behalf of constitutional rights and liberties. Founded in 1951, as the New York affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union, the NYCLU is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan organization with 48,000 members statewide and eight offices.
Summary of Position
The NYCLU seeks a staff attorney to conduct litigation and related advocacy. The staff attorney will work on the full range of NYCLU issues, including criminal justice, free expression, equal protection, police misconduct, student rights, and privacy.
Specific responsibilities include:
• Developing and conducting litigation in federal and state courts and in administrative forums. Staff attorneys are responsible for indentifying possible litigation and advocacy, preparing pleadings, motions, and briefs; conducting discovery; presenting oral arguments; and handling all aspects of appeals;
• Engaging in pre-litigation analysis and advocacy, including evaluating and following up on intakes; conducting factual investigations and legal analyses; utilizing the Freedom of Information Law; and drafting demand letters.
• Excellent writing, research, analytical, and communication skills;
• Three to five years of litigation experience; some policy or non-litigation advocacy experience a plus;
• A demonstrated ability to advocate effectively, including an ability to initiate and follow through on public interest litigation or advocacy;
• A demonstrated commitment to the goals and priorities of the organization;
• Familiarity with civil rights issues desirable; and
• Leadership, self-motivation and an ability to work collaboratively.
Please submit a letter of interest, current resume, short writing sample and salary requirements via e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org with "Staff Attorney" in the subject field.
The NYCLU is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and encourages women, people of color, persons with disabilities, lesbians, gay men and transgender individuals to apply.
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The box office associate is responsible for taking and processing ticket orders via mail, phone, and in person. Associate handles cash, check and credit card orders and generates daily reports for sales. Associate provides assistance to online ticket purchasers and answers general inquiries about the Emelin Theatre, seating, and performances. Additionally, box office associate will help with gathering leads and following up with group sales.
The Box Office Associate is also responsible for assisting in clerical tasks and data entry. This includes help with mailings, phone calls, and database management. Associate assists with front-of-house duties during performances, and also with pre-performance preparations.
• Customer service experience
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Must work quickly, meticulously and have friendly and calm demeanor
• Able to maintain focus in high pressure situations
• Touch type 35+ wpm
• Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel
• Working knowledge of computer hardware and software
• Experience with box office ticketing software is preferred
20+ hours per week, including some nights and weekends
Hourly rate commensurate with experience
To apply, please send resume with cover letter to:
Attn: Box Office Associate
P.O. Box 736
Mamaroneck, NY 10543
Fax -- 914-698-1404
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ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION - Church World Service (CWS) is a not-for-profit, international humanitarian assistance organization comprised of 37 member denominations and communions. The CWS/Immigration and Refugee Program provides assistance to displaced persons abroad and works with the State Department and 35 community organizations across the United States to resettle refugees fleeing persecution. CWS' New York City office provides low cost immigration legal services to the immigrants in the tri-state area seeking: legal advice, to apply for a green card or citizenship, or to help a family member immigrate to the US.
REQUIREMENTS - Qualified applicants will be a second or third year law student from a local law school and will speak Spanish. They must enjoy working in immigrant communities, demonstrate an ability to speak confidently in public, and be a self-starter. A positive attitude and commitment to ensuring immigrant access to justice is a must. Knowledge of NYC's immigrant community is desired. The law clerk must be a self-starter and be motivated to try new initiatives.
COMMITMENT -- The law clerk will commit to 10 - 12 hours per week from September to December 2013.
REWARDING EXPERIENCE -- From this experience, the law clerk will work directly with immigrants and attorneys, will learn to research immigration law, and will gain public speaking and leadership skills. The intern will learn how to conduct an intake interview to screen clients to immigration benefits, to complete applications for immigration benefits, to promote justice, to connect the working poor and indigent to affordable legal services, and to work with people from different cultures and countries. Spanish speaking and writing skills will also improve as a result of this experience. The law clerk will leave this experience with an understanding of immigration law.
APPLICATION PROCESS - To apply, email a resume and cover letter to: email@example.com by February 10, 2014. Formal interviews will be conducted.
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Boutique design firm specializing in residential interior architecture and design seeks self-motivated intern/personal assistant to principal.
Through hands-on involvement in a wide range of tasks, candidate will gain first-hand knowledge and experience. Some tasks will be mundane; others will require special skills. At a small firm, everyone pitches in. Tasks include:
- product research/orders and vendor communication
- managing and expanding design library
- personal assistant tasks, such as administrative help, filing, errands
- site work, including dimensioning, progress photos/reports and inventory
- assisting principal with client meetings and architectural/interior design
Commitment approx. 15-20 hours/week
Academic background or work experience in design and completion of at least 3 semesters of college coursework for best-qualified applicants. However, others with comparable experience or interest welcome to apply. Ideal candidate is extremely well organized and observant and has great verbal and written communication skills.
Village West Design LLC is an equal opportunity company and welcomes all applicants.
$8-12/hr. depending on skills and experience
Email your resume and a cover letter to the address linked to this ad and answer the following:
- What specific experience and skills do you have in design?
- Why you are a good match for Village West Design?
- What interesting or unique skill(s) do you have outside of the field?
At Village West Design, our mission is to increase value by harmonizing the strongest attributes of architecture and interior design to deliver contemporary spaces that are warm, inviting and reflect each client's personal style.
Learn more about us: www.villagewestdesign.com
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Must be proficient in Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, InDesign), 3DMAX, AutoCAD, SketchUp and a video platform.
ASH NYC is premised on the joining of historically compatible disciplines in one company and under one roof. We aspire to bridge the worlds of interior design and property development, while embracing related opportunities to design products, furniture, brands and experiences.
We are in the business of creating both aesthetic and economic value for our partners, our clients and for ourselves.
Our company is built from a team of individuals with deep experience in the fields of finance, interior design, architecture, urban planning and fine arts. The union of these points of view forms the foundation of our interdisciplinary practice.
We aim to demonstrate that the inherent tension between capital and design can be harnessed to further the goals of both. The intersection of commerce and art is the dynamic core of our business.
We find inspiration in the confluence of history and innovation. The past lends us the wisdom of civilizations before us; the future is limitless with the possibility of what has yet to be imagined.
Our persistent goal is to leverage our resources to create and deliver the most exceptional product possible in every sector and market where we operate.
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GRID Alternatives (www.gridalternatives.org) is a non-profit organization that provides energy efficiency and renewable energy services to low-income families. Our main program is the Single Family Solar Affordable Housing (SASH) Program which installs solar electric systems for low-income homeowners with volunteers and job trainees.
We are looking for a full-time, experienced Solar Installation Supervisor to oversee all aspects of PV installations on the homes of low-income families.
•Responsible for all technical and safety aspects of PV installations
•Design and engineer small, residential solar electric systems
•Review designs for compliance with GRID Alternatives design standards and local and national code compliance
•Train team leader volunteers in solar electric installation
•Lead 3-4 installations per month of solar electric systems with crews of volunteers and/or job trainees
•Ensure that all solar installations are installed according to GRID Alternatives safety and quality standards
•Assist in warehouse organization, organization of tools and other construction resources, etc. . .
•Work with and report to Program Director on meeting production goals
•Acquire and maintain electrical licensure in new service territories
-Electrical Licensing in one or more Jurisdictions in NY, NJ, CT Tri-State area.
-Experience in PV system installation, design, and troubleshooting
-Experience leading a crew in PV installation
-Excellent communication skills (ability to work with volunteers and clients, ability to represent GRID Alternatives positively)
-Flexibility and Willingness to embrace change, go the extra mile, and bring ideas and energy to a rapidly growing organization
-Willingness to work on evenings and weekends
- Valid Drivers license and clean driving record
- Extensive travel throughout Tri-state Area.
• Passion for sustainability, affordable housing, the environment, or environmental justice, or just generally grounded in making the world a better place
• Experience in training and/or working with volunteers
• Proficiency with Microsoft Excel and Sketchup or AutoCAD
• NABCEP certified
A large portion of the work for this position will be conducted at construction and residential sites located throughout the New York, New Jersey & Connecticut Tri-State area. Office work will be at our office located in the Gowanus section of Brooklyn.
Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications - plus health, dental, vacation, and 403b retirement
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The Connecticut Audubon Society (CAS) is the state leader in conservation, education, and environmental advocacy, focused on the state's bird populations and the habitats in which they live. CAS operates and maintains two museums, four nature centers, and more than 2,600 acres of conservation land across the state.
The Membership Associate is part of the fundraising and membership team, focused on supporting the organization at the state level by providing excellent customer service to our existing members while tracking gifts and maintaining an accurate member/donor database. Reporting to the Manager of Development and Membership, the Membership Associate will be instrumental in ensuring a positive member experience, sending consistent and concise communication, and assisting with relationship management, special events, and other cultivation initiatives.
Responsibilities include processing and acknowledging contributions, maintaining donor records, list management for mailings and events, and coordination of mailings including membership renewals and acquisition, newsletters, appeals, and mid-to-major donor communications. The ideal candidate will be well organized, have donor management experience, have excellent writing skills, is comfortable working with members and vendors, and will be able to think strategically about our database and member communications strategy.
- Bachelor's Degree
- 2-3 years of related work experience
- Fundraising experience preferred
- Experience with database management software is required, Raiser's Edge preferred
- Must have excellent writing and editing skills
- Must be a team-player, comfortable interacting with donors and members
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite (including Publisher), Photoshop experience is a plus
- Ability to manage multiple projects at once
- Occasional evenings will be required
The Connecticut Audubon Society offers a competitive salary with excellent benefits. This is a wonderful opportunity to be a part of a versatile team of people who are passionate about conserving Connecticut, while working in a unique and beautiful environment.
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This position is temporary, and will last approximately three weeks. Positions begin on Monday, March 10, and during this period the job will be a FULL TIME position, working from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Depending on performance, some positions in organizing, event production, and fundraising may become available, and employment could be extended until Friday, May 16.
• Strong communication skills; Sales, marketing, or other organizing experience is strongly preferred
• This is a physically demanding job -- applicants must be comfortable lifting a minimum of 35 pounds, pushing a cart of materials, walking along an assigned route, and being on their feet for the majority of the day
• Ability to complete tasks individually without direct supervision
• Knowledge of New York City neighborhoods and transportation systems
Fluency in Spanish or other languages is desirable, and knowledge of AIDS Walk New York, GMHC, and the local response to the AIDS epidemic in New York will also be favored.
To schedule an interview, please send a cover letter and resume to our Stand Placement Coordinator Chris Pesto.
AIDS Walk New York is an equal opportunity employer strongly committed to workplace diversity. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to ethnic group identification, race, religion, ancestry, creed, color, sex, marital status, national origin, age, sexual orientation, medical condition, or physical handicap.
For nearly 3 decades, AIDS Walk New York has been the tri-state area's most powerful and visible public demonstration of the fight against AIDS. In 2013, 30,000 participants raised more than $5.5 million to benefit GMHC, and over 40 other AIDS organizations in the New York area. This year, AIDS Walk New York will take place on Sunday, May 18 in Central Park.
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EcoHealth Alliance is funded through private donations, awards from various foundations and grants from numerous federal sources including the National Institute of Health and the US Agency for International Development
Due to a recent retirement, we are seeking to fill the full-time position of Director of Financial Operations to oversee the accounting and grant development activities of EcoHealth Alliance. This position reports to the Chief Financial Officer and its responsibilities include the coordination of the annual financial audit and preparation of the 990 tax form. The Director assists the CFO in the development of accounting and financial policies and procedures and works closely with the scientific staff to coordinates the preparation and submission of grant budgets as well as the preparation of monthly financial reports to management.
The qualifications for this position include the following:
1. At least ten years of experience in the management of federal grants and cooperative agreements with a focus on experience with NIH, NSF, USAID and Department of Defense. This includes the development of program budgets and overhead cost recovery.
2. An ability to communicate effectively with program managers to incorporate programmatic objectives into grant budgets.
3. Certification as a Public Accountant or have completed a Master's program in a related field such as finance, economics, or management. Additional experience may be substituted for this requirement.
4. Knowledge of computerized accounting systems especially MIPS.
EcoHealth Alliance offers a highly competitive salary as well as a comprehensive benefit package including health and dental insurance coverage, vision care, and participation in a 403(b) pension plan.
To apply for this position, please send a current resume along with a cover letter to:
460 West 34th Street, 17th Floor
New York, NY 10001
For further information about EcoHealth Alliance, please visit our website: ecohealthalliance.org
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• Process donations, invoices, and payments
• Perform basic bookkeeping and reconciliation on Quickbooks for Nonprofits
• Assist with program/staff scheduling and monthly payroll
• Oversee office supply inventory
• Perform other administrative tasks as assigned
• Manage donor database
• Prepare donation acknowledgment letters and draft letters of inquiry
• Coordinate fundraising appeals and assist with fundraising research
• Coordinate monthly e-newsletters and announcements
Programming and Special Events
• Help plan, market, and execute special events, including annual fundraising reception
• Assist in coordinating volunteers and program alumni for events and other tasks
• Track event budgets and research potential vendors
• Bachelor's degree preferred
• Minimum of two years administrative experience, preferably in a nonprofit setting, with increasing levels of responsibility and independence
• Excellent attention to detail and organizational skills
• Experience in QuickBooks for Nonprofits required; Knowledge of E-tapestry preferred
• Microsoft Office proficiency
• Knowledge of basic financial management and bookkeeping procedures
• Ability to work well as part of a team and independently with a strong and flexible work ethic
To apply, please send your resume and a cover letter outlining your skills and your interest in the position with Administrative Coordinator in the subject line. No phone calls, please.
Redda Rich phone 347-383-4220 Must have own transportation.
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The programs offered at One World Center allow you to live, learn, and serve internationally while allowing for you to understand why over half of humanity lives in poverty and how you can change that. We spend six months serving at international projects where you will work side by side with families who suffer from the effects of poverty daily: lack of clean water, food, education, and much more.
This is a life changing opportunity.
Join our team and bring change to those in need.
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Term: 5-6 months (min 10-20 hours/wk)
Ideal Start Date: mid-January
Room to Read seeks to transform the lives of millions of children in developing countries by focusing on literacy and gender equality in education. Working in collaboration with local communities, partner organizations and governments, we develop literacy skills and a habit of reading among primary school children, and support girls to complete secondary school with the relevant life skills to succeed in school and beyond.
We are non-governmental, non-religious and work with many local NGOs and community based organizations to implement our programs. We currently work in Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Laos, Nepal, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Vietnam, and Zambia -- countries with a desperate lack of resources to educate their children. Since our inception, Room to Read's worldwide team has impacted over 7.8 million children by constructing more than 1,700 schools, establishing over 16,000 libraries, publishing 882 new children's book titles in 27 local languages, and reaching over 25,000 girls through our Girls' Education program.
Room to Read has an annual budget of approximately US$43.7 million and our global staff numbers over 600. Our global headquarters is located in San Francisco, and we have smaller fundraising offices in Delhi, New York, Hong Kong, London, Mumbai, Sydney, and Tokyo. We have an Asia Regional Office located in New Delhi and program offices in Colombo, Dar es Salaam, Dhaka, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Kathmandu, Lusaka, New Delhi, Pretoria, Phnom Penh, and Vientiane.
The Events Intern will assist Room to Read's New York Development Team and the North America Team with tasks that support planning events, executing events, and post-event follow-up with a focus on efforts to promote Room to Read's work, support our Chapters network and acquire, cultivate and steward donors across North America with a major focus on the East Coast and Midwest. This position will assist on a variety of tasks including but not limited to those listed below, gaining real experience and know-how through substantial, mission-driven work.
The Events intern will gain hands-on-experience balancing the priorities of multiple initiatives within a fast paced-events season. With coaching and guidance from the Development Associate, Chapters & Events, the Events Intern will have the chance to be immersed in various aspects of event planning, execution, strategy and follow-up to bring about successful outreach and fundraising efforts. This internship will provide the opportunity to be a part of a variety of events, ranging in size and style, helping to drive development, communication and strategy.
This intern should be prepared to be an integral part of a fast-paced, team environment. She/he will finish the internship having gained broad experience in various aspects of event planning and development. In addition, opportunities to sit in on meetings and presentations and/or connect with other staff, schedule dependent, can easily be arranged based on intern's areas of interests.
Tasks & Projects:
o Assist in researching and vetting venues, catering options, A/V companies, and specific event needs
o Assist with identifying and soliciting live and silent auction items
o Assist in creating invitations and generating/collecting RSVP lists
o Prepare Room to Read collateral for day-of event needs
o Help manage volunteers
o Provide hands on assistance with the successful completion of the following events:
Boston Half the Sky Event
NYC Annual Spring Benefit
Montreal Annual Spring Benefit
DC Annual Spring Gala
Westchester Rally for Reading
Greenwich Author Event
o Support donation sheet collection and processing
o Identify market value of auction items
o Provide gift coding and tracking support
o Coordinate Thank You emails and general follow-up administrative duties
•Assist with prospect research for event attendees and travel research support for staff
•On-going special projects, including but not limited to creating unique donor recognition strategies and communication tracks stemming from events
•Provide administrative support including, but not limited to mailings and data entry
•B. S./B.A. or Masters in progress, with course work in a relevant subject
•Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
•Highly organized with excellent attention to detail
•Prior success working closely and building relationships with diverse groups of people
•Adept at using Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word and PowerPoint
•Ability to juggle multiple priorities simultaneously and take initiative
•Flexibility to take on ad hoc projects as needed
•Effectiveness in working or volunteering in a non-profit organization that is focused on maintaining high quality work and low overhead
To be successful as a member of the Room to Read team, you will also:
•Have a passion for our mission and a strong desire to impact a dynamic nonprofit organization
•Be an innovative and creative thinker -- you are not afraid to try something new and inspire others to do so
•Have a very high level of personal and professional integrity and trustworthiness
•Have a strong work ethic and require minimal direction
•Work well independently as well as part of a team
•Thrive in a fast-paced and fun environment
This internship opportunity offers a unique opportunity to gain nonprofit experience and be part of an innovative, meaningful, fun, and rapidly growing organization that is changing the world. School credit may be available depending on the requirements of your institution.
Please send your cover letter and resume with "NY Events Intern - BP" in the subject line, (no letters, calls, faxes, or drop-ins) to firstname.lastname@example.org. Every application will carefully be reviewed; however, due to high applicant we are not able to send personalized responses to all applicants. Applications are accepted until the position is filled.
Room to Read is proud to be an equal opportunity employer committed to identifying and developing the skills and leadership of people from diverse backgrounds
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The Center for Safety and Change, which supports a broad range of programs and services for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and victims of all other violent crimes, is seeking a Special Victims Advocate. The successful applicant will provide direct services to victims of all crimes, their family and friends. This is a full-time position with the benefits package described below.
Some Responsibilities Include:
• Responding to hotline calls from victims of crime and their families and friends
• Providing advocacy and accompaniment to the hospital, DA's office, courts and social service agencies
• Assisting clients in accessing and completing Office of Victims of Crime applications
• Providing group counseling, information/ referral, legal advocacy and accompaniment services
• Developing resources and referrals for crime victims
• Providing follow-up contact with crime victims throughout the legal process
• Promoting community awareness
• Working flexible hours including some evenings and weekend
• Participating in on-call rotation during off hours to respond to client needs
• Additional duties as assigned by supervisor
The successful candidate will have an interest in social justice issues, will be comfortable working in a diverse environment, and will have a demonstrated ability to multitask and respond swiftly to management requests. The successful candidate must be able to speak, write and translate Spanish and English Fluently. The candidate must have excellent interpersonal skills, solid organizational skills, and strong and effective communication skills.
Must be able to speak, read, write and translate Spanish and have 3+ years of experience working in the field. Bachelor's in Counseling, Psychology, Social Justice, Human Services or related field a plus but not required, or High School Diploma. Requires a valid driver's license and own transportation.
Employer contribution to group health plan with options for spousal, family and/or domestic partner coverage, two weeks paid vacation, 11 paid holidays, 3 personal days, 12 sick days and an optional 403(b) plan. Salary: 30K
Applicants may email or fax resume with cover letter stating why you are interested in this position with salary requirements to:
Special Victims Program Manager
Center for Safety & Change
9 Johnsons Lane
New City, NY 10956
Fax: (845) 634-3396
For information about our organization please go to:
Requirements: have a computer or a smart phone..
have instagram or facebook
have ambition and dedication
willing to spend 1-2 hrs online a day..
willing to go thru 2 hrs of video training online...
if you are that person inbox me on facebook ..
Nursing homes hospitals sporting facilities museums
Serious applicants only
Must be willing to deal with a international clientele
Clean-cut no visible tattoos
Will train if needed
Email resumes to: email@example.com
Bilingual a plus
Please specify working shift first, second, or third Contact me at 347-572-3132 for more details or email me
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*Ser mayor de 18 anos
*Poder trabajar en los Estados Unidos!!
*No tienes que tener experiencia!!
*Hablar Ingles basico.
Salarios entre $15.00-$19.00 p/h
Horarios disponibles a tiempo completo o parcial.
Favor de llamar a Recursos Humanos
@ 347-444-2783 para una intrevista!!
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