Loading
 

Full-Time Employment Opportunities

The opportunities listed on this page are not guaranteed by the Career Development and Internships Office, and are listed only as a service to current North Park students and alumni. Please contact the office for more information on available assessments and tools for developing your career after college.

 

Job Title: Education Administrator

Company: Association Management Center

Website: Association Management Center

Experience: The ideal candidate will have the following qualifications and demonstrated experience

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent job experience.
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Strong customer orientation.
  • Ability to organize and manage multiple projects/priorities.
  • Ability to think ahead and plan.
  • Professionalism: Good judgment, ability to interact with all levels of staff and vendors, appropriate demeanor and appearance, confidence.
  • Team player attitude, commitment, patience, enthusiasm, creativity, listening, comprehension, initiative, cooperation, attention to detail, resourcefulness.
  • Intermediate computer proficiency.
  • Ability to travel out of state and overnight.
  • Commitment to company values.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 8735 W. Higgins Rd. Suite 300 Chicago, IL 60631

Contact: Ashley Sprott, HR Manager, admin4@connect2amc.com, (847) 375-6396

Description: 

As an Education Administrator you are responsible for

  • Conference committee and course faculty support.
  • Continuing Education (CE) committee support. (Schedule calls, distribute agenda, draft minutes, etc.)
  • Coordinates speaker contracts, A/V forms, and other contact as needed.
  • Obtains speaker handouts/session slides and coordinates slide reviews.
  • Assists with coordination of abstract submission and review processes.
  • Provides speaker and abstract information for conference program guides.
  • Coordinates posting of online evaluations.
  • Coordinates conference poster sessions.
  • Makes updates to course materials as needed.
  • Creates activity summaries for all CE activities for compliance with accreditation providers.
  • Files CE, conference, and other paperwork in accordance with accreditation provider guidelines.
  • Provides support for other online and distance education offerings (webinars, etc.).
  • Responds to telephone and written inquiries.
  • Composes letters and routine correspondence and generates reports as needed.
  • Maintains client listservs (sign participants up, answers questions, etc.)
  • Travel to annual client conferences and courses.

How to Apply: Send resume to the contact listed


Job Title: Entry-level Technical Recruiter

Company: Objective Paradigm

Website: Objective Paradigm

Experience: 

• Interest utilizing the phone in a sales, research, recruiting, or customer service based function
• Familiarity with social networking sites such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook. Experience with an ATS such as Bullhorn is a plus.
• Has the ability to network and grow relationships
• Bachelor’s Degree in business related area is preferred

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 223 W. Jackson Blvd. Suite 950 Chicago, IL 60606

Contact: Jamie Janisse, HR Specialist, jjanisse@oprecruiting.com, (773) 572-6410

Description: Entry-level Technical Recruiter

About the role:

Our vision is “to be the most respected and effective recruiting firm for every client and candidate we work with.” These aren’t just words to us. We take this seriously. As a Recruiter, you’ll be tasked with continuing to make this vision a reality. You’ll have the opportunity to represent candidates on multiple accounts helping clients satisfy their hiring needs.

Who we are:

Objective Paradigm, founded in 1999, is Chicago’s premier technical recruiting and executive search firm. We service both large and small firms from a variety of industries across a national landscape.

Responsibilities: what will I do?

• Source and recruit candidates for existing accounts in various industries
• Utilize recruiting tools, i.e. LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Google, Github, blogs, and other social web-based avenues to identify passive candidates in the market
• Contact existing and prospective candidates via phone, email, and other methods
• Learn and master the full life- cycle recruiting process which includes sourcing, recruiting, qualifying, and salary negotiating for all candidates
• Learn and use our internal database to enhance your sourcing and recruiting efforts
• Initiate “cold” conversations with new candidates and turn them into active leads

Qualifications: what does it take to do this job?

• Interest utilizing the phone in a sales, research, recruiting, or customer service based function
• Familiarity with social networking sites such as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook. Experience with an ATS such as Bullhorn is a plus.
• Has the ability to network and grow relationships
• Bachelor’s Degree in business related area is preferred

Why our employees like working at Objective Paradigm:

• Growth opportunity: As our firm grows, we continue to provide opportunities to our staff to take on more responsibility.
• Work/life balance: Objective Paradigm understands the importance of life outside the workplace and fosters an environment that allows for flexibility in order to meet employees’ needs and obligations outside of the office.
• Generous benefits package: Medical benefits including PPO, 401(k) plan and match, generous paid sick days, pre-tax commuter plan and more.
• Experienced team: Many of our employees have significant tenure with the firm.
• Great company culture: Our commitment to personal growth, creativity, and continued learning is part of our core values.
• Industry reputation: We are Chicago’s premier staffing and search firm with clients throughout the country.

Objective Paradigm is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE). Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard for age, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or veteran status

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Marketing Assistant

Company: GKIC - Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle

Website: GKIC - Glazer-Kennedy Insider's Circle

Experience: 

Knowledge/Skills:
• Excellent communication skills with a passion for copywriting and proofing
• Strong project management skills
• Thrives on attention to detail, setting goals, delivering results
• Natural leader with an analytic mind
• High level of curiosity about and desire to learn intricacies of database management systems

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle 8430 W. Bryn Mawr Ave. Chicago, IL 60631

Contact: Patricia Du Charme, Human Resources Manager, HR5@gkic.com, (773) 632-4668

Description: Company Description
Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle (GKIC) is a private equity owned company in the information marketing business targeted to entrepreneurs and small business owners. This membership based business model provides up-to-date products and services, primarily concentrated in the direct response marketing arena, in an alternative “renegade business thinking” philosophy designed to fuel a small business owner’s/entrepreneur’s desire to create an accelerated path to business growth.

Summary
The Marketing Assistant for Membership will be an integral member of the Marketing team with responsibilities centered around the recruitment and retention of members. You will be a natural leader who is eager to join a busy marketing team and make an impact early in your career.

Key Responsibilities
• Tracks, analyzes and reports membership trends across multiple membership categories
• Executes membership recognition and appreciation initiatives
• Coordinates details of multiple monthly newsletters
• Performs quality control checks (copy edit and proofing) across multiple communication mediums (written, video, audio etc.)
• Manages testimonial process (transcriptions, approval forms etc.)
• Implements member satisfaction surveys
• Coordinates activities associated with PPC and social media promotions

Qualifications
• Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree Marketing, Business, Communications or related field
• Experience with marketing automation software (i.e. Marketo, Infusionsoft, etc.)
• Experience in a membership based organizations and/or working with small business owners is a plus
Etc.
• Located near O’Hare Airport, steps from the Blue Line
• Local candidates only
• Principals only: Recruiter’s please do not reply

How to Apply: Resume, cover letter, and salary history should be sent to the contact listed


Job Title: Rentals I

Company: DANK Haus German American Cultural Center

Website: 

Experience: 

Customer service and janitorial.
Training provided

Salary: $13 per hour

Job Location: 4740 N Western Ave Chicago, IL 60625

Contact: Nicholle Dombrowski, Executive Director, dank@dankhaus.com, (773) 561-9181

Description: 

DANK Haus German American Cultural Center is located at Western & Lawrence, it is a 6 story building housing an art gallery, library, language school, museum and banquet hall.

Duties are a full range of janitorial, painting, light carpentry, carpet cleaning, life safety, banquet set up, small repairs.
It is a high public contact job, from brides to schoolchildren to senior citizens to vendors and the trades.
Training provided.

Requirements:
1.Punctual and reliable
2. Like working with different people
3. English speaking

Rentals 1
Thur 3pm - 11:30 pm
Saturday 4pm - 1:00 am
Pay $13 per hour

90 day review

Include the following.
  • Clean and sanitize restrooms/bathrooms using established practices and procedure.
  • Clean, dust, and wipe furniture; sweep, mop, or vacuum floors; empty/clean wastebaskets and trash containers; empty and cigarette urns; replace light bulbs; refill restroom dispensers.
  • Assist with the setup of facilities for meetings, classrooms, conferences, events, etc.
  • Strip, clean, buff and apply floor sealer and floor finish to hard surface floors, vacuum and shampoo carpets.
  • Wash walls and equipment; use ladders when required in work assignments.
  • Lock and unlock assigned buildings: secure building when facilities are not in use
  • checking for unlocked doors and windows, report any unauthorized occupants, turn off lights.
  • Follow instructions regarding the use of chemicals and supplies. Use as directed.
  • Perform cleaning and related activities such as removing snow or debris from sidewalks and stairs using hand-operated tools or small power equipment.
  • Move furniture, equipment, supplies and tools on an incidental basis
  • Wash accessible interior and exterior windows. Clean blinds. Launder cleaning rags and dust mops.
  • Attend to emergencies when necessary.
  • Attend safety meetings and other related meetings.
  • Handle recycling materials.
  • Assist with inventory control and security.


Qualifications
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.

• Ability to follow oral and written instructions, working independently while performing major repairs and overhauls.
• Ability to effectively present information to customers, and other employees of the organization.
• Ability to perform simple arithmetic calculations.


Competency
To perform the job successfully, an individual must demonstrate the following competencies.

• Customer Service - Manages difficult or emotional customer situations; Responds promptly to customer needs; Responds to requests for service and assistance.
• Oral Communication - Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; Listens and gets clarification; Responds well to questions.
• Written Communication - Writes clearly and informatively; Presents numerical data effectively; Able to read and interpret written information.
• Quality Management - Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness.
• Organizational Support - Follows policies and procedures; Completes tasks correctly and on time.
• Planning/Organizing - Uses time efficiently.
• Professionalism - Approaches others in a tactful manner; Treats others with respect and consideration regardless of their status or position; Accepts responsibility for own actions.
• Quality - Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness; Monitors own work to ensure quality.
• Quantity - Meets productivity standards; Completes work in timely manner; Works quickly.
• Attendance/Punctuality - Is consistently at work and on time.
• Dependability - Follows instructions, responds to management direction; Takes responsibility for own actions; Keeps commitments

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Facility I

Company: DANK Haus German American Cultural Center

Website: 

Experience: 

Customer service and janitorial
Training provided

Salary: $13 per hour

Job Location: 4740 N Western Ave Chicago, IL 60625

Contact: Nicholle Dombrowski, Executive Director, dank@dankhaus.com, (773) 561-9181

Description: 

DANK Haus German American Cultural Center is located at Western & Lawrence, it is a 6 story building housing an art gallery, library, language school, museum and banquet hall.

Duties are a full range of janitorial, painting, light carpentry, carpet cleaning, life safety, banquet set up, small repairs.
It is a high public contact job, from brides to schoolchildren to senior citizens to vendors and the trades.
Training provided.


Requirements:
1.Punctual and reliable
2. Like working with different people
3. English speaking


Facility 1 MWF 3pm - 11:30 pm
Pay $13 per hour
90 day review

Include the following.

  • Clean and sanitize restrooms/bathrooms using established practices and procedure.
  • Clean, dust, and wipe furniture; sweep, mop, or vacuum floors; empty/clean wastebaskets and trash containers; empty and cigarette urns; replace light bulbs; refill restroom dispensers.
  • Assist with the setup of facilities for meetings, classrooms, conferences, events, etc.
  • Strip, clean, buff and apply floor sealer and floor finish to hard surface floors, vacuum and shampoo carpets.
  • Wash walls and equipment; use ladders when required in work assignments.
  • Lock and unlock assigned buildings: secure building when facilities are not in use
  • checking for unlocked doors and windows, report any unauthorized occupants, turn off lights.
  • Follow instructions regarding the use of chemicals and supplies. Use as directed.
  • Perform cleaning and related activities such as removing snow or debris from sidewalks and stairs using hand-operated tools or small power equipment.
  • Move furniture, equipment, supplies and tools on an incidental basis
  • Wash accessible interior and exterior windows. Clean blinds. Launder cleaning rags and dust mops.
  • Attend to emergencies when necessary.
  • Attend safety meetings and other related meetings.
  • Handle recycling materials.
  • Assist with inventory control and security.

Qualifications
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.

• Ability to follow oral and written instructions, working independently while performing major repairs and overhauls.
• Ability to effectively present information to customers, and other employees of the organization.
• Ability to perform simple arithmetic calculations.


Competency
To perform the job successfully, an individual must demonstrate the following competencies.

• Customer Service - Manages difficult or emotional customer situations; Responds promptly to customer needs; Responds to requests for service and assistance.
• Oral Communication - Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; Listens and gets clarification; Responds well to questions.
• Written Communication - Writes clearly and informatively; Presents numerical data effectively; Able to read and interpret written information.
• Quality Management - Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness.
• Organizational Support - Follows policies and procedures; Completes tasks correctly and on time.
• Planning/Organizing - Uses time efficiently.
• Professionalism - Approaches others in a tactful manner; Treats others with respect and consideration regardless of their status or position; Accepts responsibility for own actions.
• Quality - Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness; Monitors own work to ensure quality.
• Quantity - Meets productivity standards; Completes work in timely manner; Works quickly.
• Attendance/Punctuality - Is consistently at work and on time.
• Dependability - Follows instructions, responds to management direction; Takes responsibility for own actions; Keeps commitments

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: RN 3rd Shift

Company: Norwood Crossing

Website: Norwood Crossing

Experience: 3-5 years.

Salary: $27.00 + per hour

Job Location: 60620 N. Nina Ave Chicago , IL. 60631

Contact: Rebecca Toraason, HR Recruiter, rotaason@norwoodcrossing.org, (773) 577-5301

Description: RN 3rd shift
Location: Chicago, IL
Exempt/Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt
Employment Type: Part Time
Department: Nursing
Description: Norwood Crossing is seeking a dynamic RN to join our team. We are nestled in a historic district called Norwood Park on Chicago’s North side. We are 117 year old organization that is in the initial stages of building the most resident and employee focused, state-of the-art facility in the area.

This position will work with our residents and staff to continue to expand our fine reputation of delivering the highest level of care focused on continual improvement of elder care services. The staff Nurse must be an energetic team player and have experience working with all levels of care and have the clinical experience to excel and motivate others.

Come work where tradition is rich and your hard work will be appreciated.




Duties: Duties include but are not limited to:

•Observes and practices all safety standards and protocols as set forth by facility and departmental policy and procedure, manufacturers, and/or safety committee as appropriate.
•Direct the day-to-day functions of the nursing assistants in accordance with current rules, regulations and guidelines that govern the long-term care facility.
•Admit, transfer and discharge residents as required.
•Perform routine charting duties as required and in accordance with established charting and documentation policies and procedures.
•Transcribe physician’s orders to resident charts, cardex, medication cards, treatment/care plans, as required.
•Receive telephone orders from physicians and record on the Physician’s Order Form when indicated.
Qualifications: •Must have a minimum of 1 year of working experience as a Registered Nurse.
•Must be a Registered Nurse with current Illinois License.
•Able to read, write, speak and understand English.
•Must have basic computer skills.
•Ability to make independent decisions, follow instructions and to accept constructive criticism.
•Ability to deal tactfully with superiors, subordinates, other facility personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel and the general public.
•Must be in good general physical and emotional health.
•Must be able to push, pull, move, and/or lift a minimum of 25 pounds up to a max of 50 pounds to a minimum height of 4 feet unassisted and be able to push, pull move and/or carry such weight a minimum distance of 50 feet.
•Ability to ascend and descend stairs on a regular basis.
•Ability to stand and walk for prolonged periods of time.
•Ability to pass the pre-employment and annual physical examinations.
•Must be able to work every other weekend.
•Ability (after a training period) to demonstrate proper use of supplies and medical equipment.


How to Apply: Please Apply online at: http://norwoodlifesociety.iapplicants.com/ViewJob-171415.html


Job Title: RN 2nd Shift

Company: Norwood Crossing

Website: Norwood Crossing

Experience: 1 year.

Salary: $25.00 + per hour

Job Location: 6020 N. Nina Ave. Chicago , IL, 60631

Contact:  Rebecca Toraason, HR Recruiter, rtoraason@gmail.com, (773) 577-5301

Description: Description: Norwood Crossing is seeking a dynamic RN to join our team. We are nestled in a historic district called Norwood Park on Chicago’s North side. We are 117 year old organization that is in the initial stages of building the most resident and employee focused, state-of the-art facility in the area.

This position will work with our residents and staff to continue to expand our fine reputation of delivering the highest level of care focused on continual improvement of elder care services. The staff Nurse must be an energetic team player and have experience working with all levels of care and have the clinical experience to excel and motivate others.

Come work where tradition is rich and your hard work will be appreciated.




Duties: Duties include but are not limited to:

•Observes and practices all safety standards and protocols as set forth by facility and departmental policy and procedure, manufacturers, and/or safety committee as appropriate.
•Direct the day-to-day functions of the nursing assistants in accordance with current rules, regulations and guidelines that govern the long-term care facility.
•Admit, transfer and discharge residents as required.
•Perform routine charting duties as required and in accordance with established charting and documentation policies and procedures.
•Transcribe physician’s orders to resident charts, cardex, medication cards, treatment/care plans, as required.
•Receive telephone orders from physicians and record on the Physician’s Order Form when indicated.
Qualifications: •Must be a Registered Nurse with current Illinois License.
•Able to read, write, speak and understand English.
•Must have basic computer skills.
•Ability to make independent decisions, follow instructions and to accept constructive criticism.
•Ability to deal tactfully with superiors, subordinates, other facility personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel and the general public.
•Must be in good general physical and emotional health.
•Must be able to push, pull, move, and/or lift a minimum of 25 pounds up to a max of 50 pounds to a minimum height of 4 feet unassisted and be able to push, pull move and/or carry such weight a minimum distance of 50 feet.
•Ability to ascend and descend stairs on a regular basis.
•Ability to stand and walk for prolonged periods of time.
•Ability to pass the pre-employment and annual physical examinations.
•Must be able to work every other weekend.

How to Apply: Please Apply Online: http://norwoodlifesociety.iapplicants.com/ViewJob-200911.html


Job Title: RN 1st Shift

Company: Norwood Crossing

Website: Norwood Crossing

Experience: 1 year.

Salary: $25.00 + per hour

Job Location: 6020 N. Nina Ave. Chicago, Il. 60631

Contact: Rebecca Toraason, HR Recruiter, rotraason@norwoodcrossing.org, (773) 577-5301

Description: Description:

Norwood Crossing is seeking a dynamic RN to join our team. We are nestled in a historic district called Norwood Park on Chicago’s North side. We are 117 year old organization that is in the initial stages of building the most resident and employee focused, state-of the-art facility in the area.

This position will work with our residents and staff to continue to expand our fine reputation of delivering the highest level of care focused on continual improvement of elder care services. The staff Nurse must be an energetic team player and have experience working with all levels of care and have the clinical experience to excel and motivate others.

Come work where tradition is rich and your hard work will be appreciated.

Duties:

Duties include but are not limited to:

•Observes and practices all safety standards and protocols as set forth by facility and departmental policy and procedure, manufacturers, and/or safety committee as appropriate.
•Direct the day-to-day functions of the nursing assistants in accordance with current rules, regulations and guidelines that govern the long-term care facility.
•Admit, transfer and discharge residents as required.
•Perform routine charting duties as required and in accordance with established charting and documentation policies and procedures.
•Transcribe physician’s orders to resident charts, cardex, medication cards, treatment/care plans, as required.
•Receive telephone orders from physicians and record on the Physician’s Order Form when indicated.
Qualifications: •Must be a Registered Nurse with current Illinois License.
•Able to read, write, speak and understand English.
•Must have basic computer skills.
•Ability to make independent decisions, follow instructions and to accept constructive criticism.
•Ability to deal tactfully with superiors, subordinates, other facility personnel, residents, family members, visitors, government agencies/personnel and the general public.
•Must be in good general physical and emotional health.
•Must be able to push, pull, move, and/or lift a minimum of 25 pounds up to a max of 50 pounds to a minimum height of 4 feet unassisted and be able to push, pull move and/or carry such weight a minimum distance of 50 feet.
•Ability to ascend and descend stairs on a regular basis.
•Ability to stand and walk for prolonged periods of time.
•Ability to pass the pre-employment and annual physical examinations.
•Must be able to work every other weekend.
•Ability (after a training period) to demonstrate proper use of supplies and medical equipment.



How to Apply: Please Apply Online at: http://norwoodlifesociety.iapplicants.com/ViewJob-554823.html


Job Title: Public Accounting Firm Seeking Staff Accountant

Company: Eilts and Associates

Website: Eilts and Associates

Experience: Bachelor’s degree (Finance, Business Administration or Accounting majors preferred). Recent graduates are encouraged to apply

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 3711 N. Ravenswood #105 Chicago, IL 60613

Contact: Suzanne Kszastowski, HR Manager, suzanne@eiltscpa.com, (773) 525-6171

Description: A small public accounting firm at a great location on the North Side of Chicago is seeking a staff accountant who is raring to go! Self-starters who possess the ability to work independently are encouraged to apply to this laid back work environment. We provide hands on training and a friendly support system as you learn the ropes.

Description: Work with clients directly. Programs used most frequently would be Quickbooks and Microsoft Excel. Must be willing to learn basic tax preparation.

How to Apply: Please submit your cover letter and resume to the email address listed.


Job Title: Portfolio Advisor

Company: New Planner Recruiting. LLC

Website: New Planner Recruiting, LLC

Experience: We are seeking a Portfolio Advisor for our fee-only wealth management firm in downtown Chicago, IL. We are very interested in candidates pursuing the CFP® certification and those who want to provide holistic wealth management services to ultra high net worth clientele. Candidates that fit into our firm and culture will desire to be in an independent RIA firm environment acting in a fiduciary capacity, that embraces technology, believe in passive investing, and working in a collaborative environment.

Salary: $45,000-$55,000

Job Location: Chicago, IL 60606

Contact: Adam Ley, Portfolio Advisor, aley@newplannerrecruiting.com, 1-888-666-1021

Description: 

Position Overview


The Portfolio Advisor works as an essential member of our wealth management team to deliver an excellent experience for our clients. Partnering with the Principal Wealth Advisor and Client Management Specialist to conduct financial planning, build and maintain portfolios and participates in the advanced planning process to address retirement, estate, risk management and tax considerations.

What you will get to do:
• Work with team to develop meeting agenda and prepare for client meetings.
• Prepare for initial prospect meetings.
• Attend various client and prospect meetings; take notes, develop list of action items.
• Coordinate client situation with client's strategic alliances and manage overall implementation work flow.
• Work closely with Client Service team including coordination and review of client account paperwork and custodian related service activities
• Ensure monthly client service standards are met.
• Prepare client deliverables including Investment Policy Statements and Agreements.
• Review client account information including monthly and quarterly reports, invoices, post-trade appraisals and other documentation for accuracy and strategy.
• Master our CRM software and own any projects associated with it.
• Prepare Wealth Strategy and Monte Carlo plans for Wealth Advisor to review.
What you will learn:
• How all aspects of a small for profit business come together to serve clients.
• How we approach financial planning and investment management and provide concierge service to our clients.
• How to use all of our software tools and systems to produce financial projections required to assist clients in making smart decisions.
• How to assess a client situation, develop preliminary recommendations, and deliver them to high net worth clientele.
• How to ask the right questions at the right time and listen at the appropriate time.



Candidates that are successful in this position generally have these characteristics:
• Bachelors degree or equivalent with 1-3 years experience.
• Pursuing Series 65 and CFP® certification.
• Demonstrate above-average oral and written communication skills.
• Above average organizational skills and the ability to perform multiple functions simultaneously and to prioritize those functions to meet client needs.
• Live for the details, but understand that you will have to make assumptions at various times and must move on to meet deadlines.
• Demonstrate problem solving skills. Loathe rote memorization, regurgitation, and being spoon fed.

Compensation and other benefits:
• Cash compensation estimated to be $45k-55k/yr.
• Team orientated incentive plan.
• 401k plan with generous employer profit sharing plan match.
• Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, FSA, and HSA plans subsidized by employer.
• Paid training and professional memberships.
• Fun, entrepreneurial atmosphere.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Assoc Pastor and Director Student Ministries

Company: Harbor Covenant Church

Website: Harbor Covenant Church

Experience: Characteristics are normally acquired through the attainment of a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and an enthusiasm and passion for ministry to and with students.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 5601 Gustafson Dr NW Gig Harbor, WA 98335

Contact: Jill Branham, Administrator, jill@harborcovenant.org, (253) 851-8450

Description: 

Title: ASSOCIATE PASTOR/DIRECTOR OF STUDENT MINISTRIES
FLSA: Exempt

Purpose: Under the direction of the Senior Pastor responsible to provide leadership, direction, and expertise in the areas of Middle School and High School Student Ministry, in support of Harbor Covenant Church’s organizing principles.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions):
1. Develop and implement a comprehensive ministry to and with students designed to:
1. Reach students and their families for Christ
2. Develop students and their families as disciples
3. Help students and their families to live lives of compassion, mercy and justice.
2. Build teams by:
1. Recruiting and training volunteer student ministry leaders.
2. Equipping students to minister to their peers.
3. Develop relationships with students and their families.
4. Establish a presence in the community to build relationships with students whether they are inside or outside of the church.
5. Work across ministry boundaries with other members of the pastoral staff to achieve the church’s overall objectives
6. As ministry and finances allow develop and implement an internship program.
7. Provide direction and oversight of the Confirmation Program
8. Assist, as directed, in the overall ministry of the church.

Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Conduct hospital visitations, weddings, funerals, and other pastoral functions as requested or assigned
2. Other duties as assigned

Job Specifications/Qualifications:
1. Follower of Jesus Christ who supports the mission of the Evangelical Covenant Church and Harbor Covenant Church
2. Demonstrated grasp of Biblical insight and knowledge.
3. Demonstrated enthusiasm and passion for ministry to and with students.
4. Demonstrated ability to teach and model Biblical truths in a manner relevant to students.
5. Demonstrated ability to, provide visionary leadership and service in the areas of student ministries
6. Demonstrated ability to inspire, lead, and equip others to greater faith, commitment and action
7. Strong team player
8. Ability to set and achieve goals related to areas of responsibilities
9. Strong organizational skills with the consistent ability to follow through with tasks from conception to implementation.
10. Strong interpersonal and communication skills
11. Determination to communicate well and in advance to students, parents, leadership and the other members of the pastoral team.
12. Strong understanding of and ability to utilize social media

These characteristics are normally acquired through the attainment of a Bachelor’s Degree in a related field and an enthusiasm and passion for ministry to and with students.

Working Conditions:
1. Majority of work in performed in normal office environment of controlled temperature.
2. Additional work may be required outside of office in environment such as homes, cemeteries, and other outdoor or indoor settings
3. Frequent sitting, standing, and walking is required

Disclaimer:
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to the job. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel as classified.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Associate of Head Start Services

Company: Renewal Unlimited, Inc.

Website: Renewal Unlimited, Inc.

Experience: Prefer candidate with a degree in Early Childhood Education or Educational Administration with a demonstrated ability to lead and manage a team, to understand Early Childhood principles and to ensure high-quality programming for young children and families.

Salary: $52,000

Job Location: 2900 Red Fox Run Portage, WI, 53901

Contact: 

Description: Plans, organizes and directs the day-to-day operations of the Head Start Program for pregnant moms, infants, toddlers and preschool children.  Responsible for supervising specialists in education, health and family services.  Plans and coordinates training for staff. Evaluates program services and data.  Completes reports. Assists with community assessment and strategic planning.

How to Apply: Please visit Renewal Unlimited website, www.renewalunlimited.net for an application or call (608)742-5329. An EEO/AA Employer.


Job Title: Various Positions at Moody Bible Institute

Company: 

Website: 

Experience: 

Salary: 

Job Location: 820 N. LaSalle Drive - Chicago, IL 60610

Contact: Human Resources, hresources@moody.edu, (312) 329-4237

Description: 

EXECUTIVE
Vice President & Dean – Student & Enrollment Services
 
ADMINISTRATIVE
Admissions Counselor – MTS-Michigan
Admissions Counselor-Visit Coordinator – Admissions
Application Coordinator – Admissions
Assistant Administrator Planned Giving – Stewardship
Assistant Dean of Student Programs – MBI-Spokane (WA)
Event Logistics Coordinator – Event & Guest Services
Executive Administrative Assistant – Moody Radio
Faculty Coordinator – Distance Learning
Office Administrator – Event & Guest Services
Office Administrator/Admin. Asst. – Aviation (Spokane, WA)
 
PROFESSIONAL/TECHNICAL
Campaign Lead – Donor Development & Strategy
Content Strategy Director – Donor Development
Copy Cataloger – Library
Manager of Digital Products – Integrated Marketing Communications
Senior Graphic Designer – Integrated Marketing Communications
Technical Services Head Librarian – Library
Theological Reference Librarian – Library
 
PUBLISHING
Acquisition Editor Church Leaders – Moody Publishers
Acquisitions Editor Millennials – Moody Publishers
Amazon & Goodreads Specialist – Moody Publishers
Creative Copy Provider – Moody Publishers
eBook & Ecosystem Channel Specialist – Moody Publishers
Retail & Wholesale Channel Specialist – Moody Publishers
 
SERVICE
Customer Service Representative – Customer Service Center
 
BROADCASTING
Chief Engineer WRMB – Moody Radio SE (Boynton Beach, FL)
Junior Systems Administrator – Moody Radio
Morning Drive Host WGNB – Moody Radio Midwest (Zeeland, MI)
Promotions Director & Web Content Admin. – Moody Radio
Station Manager WRMB – Moody Radio SE
Urban Praise Coordinator – WMBI-FM
 
FACULTY
Faculty for Communications – Undergraduate
Adjunct for Bible & Theology – Distance Learning (Houston, TX)
Adjunct for Online MDiv Program – Distance Learning
Adjunct Undergraduate – MBI-Spokane (WA)

How to Apply: Please go to Moody Bible Institute website www.moodyglobal.org/careers to read about the Application Process and Tips for Applicants.


Job Title: Direct Support Professional

Company: Orchard Village

Website: Orchard Village

Experience: Applicants must have a valid driver’s license, clear criminal background (or DPH waiver), and no lifting restrictions.

Salary: $9.90 per hour

Job Location: 7660 Gross Point Road Skokie, IL 60077

Contact: Olga Childers, Human Resources Director, olga_childers@orchardvillage.org, (847) 967-1800

Description: Work in residential homes providing assistance to individuals with developmental disabilities. Responsibilities include supporting clients with hygiene, meals, van runs, activities, housekeeping, and outcomes. Some experience in social services preferred, but will train.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Staff Accountant

Company: Merit School of Music

Website: 

Experience: 

Personal Skills/Attributes/Qualifications

The ideal candidate would possess the following qualifications:
• Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, in order to interact with staff, faculty and vendors by telephone, via email, and in person
• Excellent analytical, problem solving, creative, and decision-making skills
• Strong organizational, time management and prioritization skills to manage multiple priorities effectively
• Self-motivated; takes initiative
• Able to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information
• Demonstrate strong ability to maintain attention to detail


Educational Requirements

BS/BA in Accounting and 2+ years accounting experience

Salary: $28,000-$32,000

Job Location: 38 S. Peoria St. Chicago, IL 60607

Contact: Human Resources, HR Coordinator, hr@meritmusic.org, (312) 786-9428

Description: 

Merit School of Music is seeking a Staff Accountant to begin immediately. The Staff Accountant manages the outgoing payable transactions for the organization. This position has the general responsibility for maintaining the general ledger entries for monthly and for yearend review.

Job Responsibilities

Responsibilities of the Staff Accountant include, but are not limited to:
• Manage all aspects of accounts payable: maintain vendors’ relationships and files, process and mail weekly checks, resolve all vendors’ disputes, and reconcile vendors’ accounts.
• Manage the general ledger accounting system, including GL account structure maintenance
• Assist in an integral way for the preparation and completion of the annual audit
• Prepare month end close entries
• Reconcile balance sheet accounts monthly, including preparation of reports for review by upper management and the Finance Committee
• Perform monthly Bank Account reconciliations
• Review direct bank account withdraws for proper authority and amount, prepare monthly report
• Monitor Fixed Asset system, and record monthly depreciation expense
• Annual form 1099 preparation, with on-going monitoring of receipt of 1099’s from vendors
• Work with Director to assess best practices and create documented procedures.
• Ensure compliance with accounting deadlines
• Other projects as assigned


How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Senior Pastor

Company: Oak Haven Church

Website: Oak Haven Church

Experience: 

  • Personal saving faith in Jesus Christ
  • Strength in Biblical preaching
  • Pastoring a growing congregation
  • Leading and mentoring a multiple staff church.
  • Education
  • Graduate of an accredited evangelical seminary

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 1555 Constance Blvd NE Ham Lake, Minnesota 55304

Contact: Ross Rosendahl, Church Board of Overseer, RossRosendahl@comcast.net, (763) 257-5082

Description: 

General Responsibilities
  • Devotes time to personal study of the Word, prayer and spiritual
  • growth.
  • Is committed to prayer and spiritual growth of the body.
  • Leads by example, delegates properly and uses time wisely.
  • Performs key role in forming and casting the vision for the church.
  • Encourages and supports both men and women to use the gifts God
  • has given them.
  • Responsible for day to day operations of the church.
  • Develop and evaluate new and existing outreach programs for church
  • growth.
  • Overall responsibilities for preaching duties at OHC
  • Coordinate preaching schedules for staff pastors.
  • Mentors and evaluates the performance of staff.
  • Directly performs or delegates responsibility for weddings, funerals,
  • baptisms, baby dedications, and other related activities.
  • May be required to engage in counseling for marriages and families.
  • Meet with worship planning team to plan worship service content.
  • Willing to teach small groups, Sunday school, Wednesday night Bible
  • Study as needed.
  • Coordinate hospital and shut-in visitations.
  • Participates in Overseer meetings and Deacon/Deaconess meetings.
  • Any others as needed.
  • Supports Minnesota Baptist Conference ministries.
  • Fully supports mission programs.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Material Handler/Forklift Handler

Company: Network Global Logistics

Website: Network Global Logistics

Experience: 

• Good working knowledge of the RF equipment
• May be required to hold a certificate for safe driving and operating of material handling equipment, such as forklifts, cherry pickers and electric pallet jacks

Salary: $10-12 per hour

Job Location: 2301 Ellis Court Unit B New Lenox, Illinois 60451

Contact: Alexa Engle, HR Business Partner, aengle@nglog.com, (303) 404-6012

Description: 

Job Purpose: Consolidate partial and full pallets to prepare for shipment

Job Functions:
• Consolidate partial pallets into full pallets
• Receives, unpacks, and checks merchandise or product
• Consolidate loads for trucks
• Packs and/or wraps products for shipping to stores
• Case label individual items and shrink wrap pallets
• Move completed pallets to shipping lanes
• Print out pallet labels and shipping labels to prepare for loading
• Maintain departmental accuracy and quality control
• Ensure compliance with all company policies, procedures and safety guidelines
• Ensure production goals are met or exceeded
• Complete paperwork thoroughly and promptly
• Perform housekeeping tasks to maintain a safe work environment
• Assist other departments as needed
• Cross-train as needed to learn all warehouse functions
• May Performs a variety of tasks related to warehousing
• Completes other duties as assigned

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Insurance and Financial Services Rep

Company: Eric Esch State Farm

Website: Eric Esch State Farm

Experience: None

Salary: Base Plus Commission

Job Location: Glenview, IL and Chicago, IL 1302 Waukegan Road Glenview, Illinois 60025

Contact: Eric Esch, Owner/Agent, eric@ericesch.com, (847) 729-0047

Description: 

One of the top Nationally recognized Agencies looking to hire motivated, enthusiastic, and fun people to sell our products for the largest insurance company in the country. Fast growing Agency with young professionals that like to compete and win. Our office has a work hard play hard mentality. We love coming to work everyday!

The end goal for all the sales reps is to own their own business by becoming State Farm Agents, after working in our office for 18-36 months. As such, this is a career, not just a job!!!!

We offer a unique experience that allows our sales reps to help with the allocation of marketing money and hire and train people amongst other things. This allows you to have a sense of what business ownership is like without having to put your own money on the line!

Base compensation and commission pay structure with annual travel incentives and sales bonus incentives. Paid training and licensing.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Registered Nurse

Company: Community Counseling Centers of Chicago

Website: Community Counseling Centers of Chicago

Experience: 

POSITION REQUIREMENTS:
  • Accredited school of nursing degree.
  • Current IL RN license.
  • Knowledge of general nursing principles, techniques, and procedures; knowledge of psychiatric nursing.
  • Experience with consumers with chronic persistent and severe mental illness as well as those with co-occurring substance use disorders; knowledge of recovery principles
  • Knowledge of counseling techniques; demonstrated ability to work well within a team; ability to work cooperatively within agency and with outside social service providers.
  • Personal vehicle, valid Illinois driver's license, good driving record and vehicle insurance.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 4740 N Clark Chicago, IL 60640

Contact: Elizabeth Colin, Recruiter, elizabeth.colin@c4chicago.org, (773) 765-0828

Description: 

As a member of the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team, coordinates and provides comprehensive recovery and rehabilitative services to consumers participating in ACT. Interventions include the full range of therapeutic and behavioral services for individuals with both severe mental illnesses and/or substance abuse disorders. Provides bio-psychosocial assessment, individualized treatment planning, individual and group services, and crisis services. Services are generally provided in the community, including consumers' homes, and are available by on-call rotation 24 hours a day, seven days a week if needed.

Additionally, the ACT Nurse provides general psychiatric nursing services and activities for ACT consumers, including medication monitoring and training, medication administration and routine injections, and medical consultation regarding consumers' routine, acute, and chronic health concerns. The ACT Nurse is the liaison between the ACT Team and ancillary providers (e.g., pharmacy, laboratory, hospitals, clinics, etc.) and reviews ACT consumer laboratory results and reports in order to alert the ACT Psychiatrist or make other appropriate referral when necessary. The ACT Nurse ensures all consumer medications are properly stored and inventoried according to Agency and accreditation standards and policies.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed above


Job Title: Social Worker

Company: The Steely Group

Website: The Steely Group

Experience: 

• Bachelor’s degree required with at least 5 years of experience in Social Work, Social Sciences or Counseling.
• Master’s Degree in Social Work, Social Sciences, or Counseling or LCSW preferred
• Familiarity working with the Medicaid population; adults and pediatrics including children with special health care needs.
• Knowledge of Community-Based Organizations
• Familiarity with non-violent crisis interventions and resources
• Bilingual in Spanish is a plus
• CCM or CPHM certification preferred.

Salary: $40,000 - 55,000 per week

Job Location: Chicago, IL 1211 W 22nd Street Oak Brook, IL 60523

Contact: Kathleen Hepburn, Sr. Recruiter, khepburn@thesteelygroup.com, (630) 716-6524

Description: 

Summary Description: The Social Worker is responsible for coordinating services and supports for Company members. This includes keeping documentation and records updated and implementing programs and services according to HFS rules and regulations and Company policies and procedures. Serves as an active advocate for Company enrollees and offers guidance and support to assist members to function at maximum capacity within their environment. Plays a key role in the interdisciplinary care team and is a resource to the enrollee and their families and support systems.

Responsibilities:
• Assess social, financial, and environmental needs and develop goals of care with the interdisciplinary team, enrollee and/or their families, guardians or Personal Assistants (PAs) in a hospital, home, or other community setting.
• Engage clients to take an active role in their own plan of care.
• Assist the member to develop individualized goals of care and services that promote the safety of the enrollee while empowering their ability to exercise choice and make decisions.
• Keep accurate and detailed notes and records for each member.
• Serves as a key resource to enrollees, their families, guardians, and PAs and have a good working knowledge regarding community resources, and social service programs.
• Consult with interdisciplinary team members such as primary care physicians, nurse care coordinators, specialists, behavioral health coordinators, peer navigators and other health care professionals.
• Ensure consistency of services for individuals served by working cooperatively_ with other program areas.
• Identify enrollees needing transition to an alternative level of care.
• Maintain familiarity with services available to consumers including eligibility requirements and effectively communicate acquired information to families, case managers, and individuals as indicated.
• Limited travel within service area maybe indicated under special circumstances.

Physical Requirements:
• General good health
• Ability to push/pull 20 lbs.
• Ability to use computer screen and keyboard
• Extensive use of phone and computer simultaneously
• Wearing of headset to enhance hands-free communication
• Vision correctable to normal.
• Able to participate in training sessions, presentations, and meetings.
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office.
• Must possess solid communication skills.
• Possess excellent interpersonal, analytical, decision-making, and problem-solving skills
• Willingness to adhere to all principles of confidentiality.
• Must value operating in a collaborative and cooperative environment.
• Ability to show initiative, good judgment, and resourcefulness.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Express Services and Patient Transport

Company: Sodexo at Swedish Covenant Hospital

Website: 

Experience: 

  • Read, comprehend and follow written and verbal instructions.
  • Read and understand English and have basic arithmetic skills.
  • Must be 18 years of age.
  • Must be high school graduate or have GED.
  • Specific physical characteristics and abilities are required to perform the work such as agility, dexterity and long periods of walking, standing, pushing, pulling, carrying or lifting supplies and equipment.
  • Must be able to lift or move a patient individually.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 5140 N California Ave Chicago, IL 60625

Contact: Pradip Patel, General Manager, ppatel@schosp.org, (773) 878-8200

Description: 

  • Transport patient between nursing units, diagnostic areas, morgue, Emergency room, surgery and other areas of the hospital.
  • Transport blood and other specimens on both a STAT and routine basis.
  • Complete downtime tasks as assigned.
  • Transport non-narcotic medication from pharmacy to nursing units.
  • Delivers patient equipment, various supply items, requisitions and exchanges oxygen tanks.
  • Follows all Sodexo, Swedish Covenant Hospital and Central Transport policies.
  • Handles all work related information in a confidential manner.
  • Utilizes patient transport software system in an effective manner.
  • Maintain established productivity levels.

All individuals interested in this position need to fill out a Sodexo Employment Application, which can be found at the main lobby desk in the Galter Medical Pavilion.

Sodexo is an EEO/AA/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran employer

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Operations Assistant

Company: Window to the World Communications, Inc. (WTTW/WFMT)

Website: Window to the World Communications, Inc. (WTTW/WFMT)

Experience: 

Minimum 4 years hands-on radio experience.

SKILLS REQUIRED: A thorough knowledge of radio broadcast equipment is required. Familiarity with Adobe Audition, Pro Tools, and NexGen is a plus. The candidate should have a strong technical understanding of the web, including discussion boards, video sharing sites, podcasting, and social media platforms. The ability to handle multiple tasks concurrently while maintaining exceptional attention to detail is critical. Candidate must also be a self-starter. Strong communication skills and advanced computer skills are also essential.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 5400 N. St. Louis Ave. Chicago, IL 60625

Contact: Leigh Stone, HR Coordinator, jobs@wttw.com, (773) 509-5421

Description: 

JOB PURPOSE: To perform process of helping maintain smooth operations for WFMT and the WFMT Radio Network.

Responsibilities:
• Create cue sheets for syndicated programs.
• Monitor Live programs and On-Air signal.
• Maintain Website content.
• Place and retrieve programs on FTP.
• Convert files (FLAC, MP2, MP3, WAV, etc).
• Load audio to NEXGEN and follow up with proper documentation.
• Establish ISDN connections and properly route signal for studio sessions.
• Burn and quality check CD’s for the Beethoven Network and the Jazz Network.
• Record air checks for specials and Live broadcasts.
• Copy programs for special requests.
• Provide sales and support staff with air check requests.
• Maintain archive of all programs.
• Assist with live broadcasts.
• Occasional board operations.
• Provide excellent customer service to affiliates and listeners.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Inside Sales Associate

Company: Sales University Group

Website: 

Experience: 

• 0‐5 years of experience.
• Must demonstrate a desire to learn, embrace new concepts and be passionate about leveraging
the phone to drive opportunity.
• Display professional persistence.
• Inside sales or outbound calling experience a plus.

Salary: $34,000 + Commissions

Job Location: 233 S Wacker Dr Suite 4600 Chicago, Illinois 60606

Contact: Jenny Pistell, Director of Human Resources, jenny@salesempowermentgroup.com, (312) 374-3518

Description: The role is an inside sales position primarily focused on setting new appointments, lead generation and developing prospect lists for a variety of organizations that you will be partnered with during various initiatives. A majority of your day will be spent on the phone developing new opportunities which will reside in a wide range of industries. You will be trained by & work directly with the Director of Sales and as the organization develops you will have the opportunity to pursue additional inside or outside positions, management or leadership opportunities.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Search Associate

Company: SearchWorks LLC

Website: SearchWorks LLC

Experience: 

  • Bachelor’s Degree from accredited university is required.
  • Minimum of 2-5 years’ experience in the field of recruiting (contingent, hybrid, retained, corporate).
  • Comfortable having business conversations with experienced professionals.
  • Strong oral communication skills.
  • Exceptional phone etiquette.
  • Able to communicate via email in a highly professional manner.
  • Strong writing skills are an absolute necessity.
  • Strong computer skills in MS Office Suite and ability to navigate databases.
  • Must be proficient at web-based research techniques.
  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and track details effectively.
  • Time management skills are required.
  • Ability to work effectively in a team.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: Naperville, IL 55 Shuman Boulevard Naperville, IL 60563

Contact: Elizabeth Fish, Executive Search Associate, elizabeth@rrgexec.com, (224) 515-8027

Description: Opportunity
As a result of our steep growth trajectory and increasing volume of searches, we are in need of a hands-on, proactive, independent and highly motivated recruitment professional to join the SearchWorks team. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to help our client companies make extremely impactful hires. The Associate will have significant interaction with clients, candidates and our internal team. The Associate will have the opportunity to learn the intricacies of many industries, businesses and functions and leverage this knowledge to have increasing impact on SearchWorks performance as well as that of our clients.
RRG in general and SearchWorks in particular is a start-up. We have two years of dramatic growth behind us and we are always searching for innovative ways to increase our success. Each member of the team is looked to as a resource to help us challenge outmoded thinking and develop new best-practices.
The successful candidate will work from our corporate offices in Naperville, IL.

Reporting Structure
This position reports to the Executive Vice President of Robinson Resource Group and will support multiple Search Consultants.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Manage the execution of retained searches.
  • Leverage existing database as a tool to create a database of each assignment.
  • Conduct extensive name generation/research in order build out each assignment database.
  • Ability to accurately, and in a detailed manner, learn and share the intricacies of our client’s organizations and role specifications.
  • Drive interest in new employment opportunities to passive candidates.
  • Extensive outreach via phone. Must be comfortable making cold-calls.
  • Extensive use of social media in order to locate and communicate with potential candidates.
  • Comfortable gaining extensive knowledge of candidate backgrounds through digital and telephone conversations.
  • Must be comfortable having interaction with internal and external executive level professionals.
  • Must be able to form opinions based on facts and present those opinions in a compelling manner.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Investment Associate

Company: Covenant Trust Company

Website: Covenant Trust Company

Experience: 

• Bachelor’s degree with business concentration preferred
• Some college-level investment classes preferred
• 2 years professional work experience preferred
• Excellent organizational skills
• Experience with Power Point, Prezi, Adobe, Foxit, and similar programs
• Strong word processing and spreadsheet skills
• Excellent interpersonal skills with others at all levels
• Occasional overtime may be required

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 8303 W. Higgins Rd. 6th Floor Chicago, IL 60631

Contact: Ruser Saldana, HR Coordinator, rasaldana@covenanttrust.com, 1-800-483-2177

Description: 

The Investment Associate is an integral part of the investment team and the investment function at CTC. The associate is involved in multiple aspects of the department including trading, client account work, performance reporting, investment strategy development, research, communications, and presentations. Duties include but are not limited to:

• Client Reporting of holdings and performance
• Compile and execute asset transfers
• Assist with initial portfolio reviews
• Monitor, report and present investment performance on client and firm level
• Investment and strategy research, including but not limited to: mutual fund and asset allocation
• Cost basis research for client accounts
• Create presentations for internal and external use , including but not limited to: RFPs and pitch books
• Create reports, including but not limited to: performance reports, portfolio reviews, newsletters, Morningstar Direct reports, and prospective client snap shots
• Creation and assembly of quarterly Investment Committee meeting packets
• Contribute to and finalize the quarterly Investment Department newsletter
• Update and maintain investment strategy information
• Maintain client indemnification forms
• Maintain GIPS Complaint Data/Accounts for CTC performance reporting
• Perform additional duties and special projects as assigned

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Family Assistant and Care Giver

Company: Olive.You.Nanny

Website: Olive.You.Nanny

Experience: Caregiver/Nanny experience, passion to work with individuals with special needs, driving ability (car preferred), highly organized and dependable, Seeking a professional for long-term assistance

Salary: $20-$25+ per hour

Job Location: Winnetka Private Address Winnetka, IL 60093

Contact: Jenna Hilton, Placement Provider, jenna@oliveyounanny.com, (630) 687-0222

Description: 

Olive.You.Nanny is now Hiring a Family Assistant/Care Giver $20-25+ per hour (Winnetka, IL)

A compassionate, intelligent, experienced, and patient individual is needed to care for a 23 year old girl who is developmentally delayed. Seeking someone who is proactive, flexible, and organized. A self starter who is reliable and can creatively think on their feet will excel in the role. You must have a passion for working with special needs with some experience preferred. Experience in the realm of nannying/care giving with older individuals is a must.
Driving ability is required and a car would be preferred.

Must have a proven ability to work well with those who have special needs with an ability to be firm yet loving and a skill base for establishing a respectful and fun-loving relationship. Responsibilities entail coordinating activities (personal trainer, special olympics, drop in programs, etc), helping with some hygiene related needs (bath time related care while encouraging independence and teaching life skills), grocery shopping, running errands, and engaging in fun activities together. This unique role is ideal for a professional seeking a long-term career or nursing student seeking a long-term position! Hrs 8-6 M-TH and 8-5 Friday Pay- $20-$25+ per hour net. Family is seeking the right fit and a rock star caregiver. The salary is very flexible for ideal candidate! Interested candidates should contact Jenna Hilton at 630.687.0222 or e-mail jenna@oliveyounanny.com. Please reply with a brief description of your experience and qualifications.

How to Apply: Read Description for details on how to apply


Job Title: Kitchen Expeditor and Driver

Company: Rent-A-Chef, Inc

Website: Rent-A-Chef, Inc.

Experience: 

Must have open availability, including weekends
Driver's license and record- must hold a current valid automobile driver's license and a have a clean driving record.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 2001 Waukegan Rd Techny, IL 60062

Contact: Kourtney Vahle, Recruiter, kourtneyvahle@comcast.net, (773) 320-2874

Description: 

Manage daily orders and deliveries
Pack and label food and materials and load truck for deliveries
Make deliveries in a timely manner
Assist with the set up and pick up of special events
Perform errands (i.e. drop off proposals, grocery and specialty shopping, pick up equipment, etc)
Assist kitchen with food preparation when necessary
Maintain and organize storage/warehouse/expo room including managing inventories

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Senior Pastor

Company: Second Baptist Church

Website: Second Baptist Church

Experience: 

• Ordained Baptist minister
• Masters in Divinity from an accredited seminary or school of theology
• Minimum of 10 years pastoral experience
• Excellent oral and written communication skills
• Experience managing an annual church budget of approximately $1Mn

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 1717 Benson Avenue Evanston, Illinois 60201

Contact: Craig Watson, Diaconate Chair, psc@secondbaptistevanston.org, (847) 869-6955

Description: Pastoral Profile and Qualifications
Senior Pastor, Second Baptist Church of Evanston

CALLING, VISION AND MINISTRY
• Divine calling and biblical foundation - The Senior Pastor must know that the “Lord has laid His hand on me.” Sermons, teaching, and direction must be grounded in sound biblical interpretation reflecting disciplined study and efforts to make scripture relevant to contemporary living.
• Inspired preaching and teaching – Preaching will both teach and inspire all age groups, bringing souls to Christ, continually lighting the journey of believers, and growing the congregation.
• Prophetic vision and concern for social justice – Speaks out on issues of the day, focusing beyond the walls of the church through missionary work in the local, national, and global communities. Collaborates with other leaders and institutions in building community. Continues SBC’s rich tradition of being a leader and strong voice in the community, reaching out to all people.
• Caring pastoral heart – Personally ministers to the people and feels their hurts, pains, joys, and successes. Connects with social service and counseling resources to care for the people.

LEADERSHIP AND ADMINISTRATION
• Excellent leadership skills - He or she has a strong sense of organization and leadership, providing clear direction and guiding the overall work of the church and its impact on the world. Emphasizes the cultivation of leaders within the church, growing and strengthening the reserves of talent among both leaders and members of all ages.
• Critical thinking - Cultivates broad, creative, and inclusive thinking that promotes the growth and impact of new and existing ministries.
• Strong administrative skills – He or she is able to manage staff, coordinate ministries, and establish and manage budgets effectively. As a good steward of God’s gifts and congregational blessings, the Senior Pastor will grow and strengthen the administrative capacity of SBC leaders.

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL ATTRIBUTES
• Humility and respect – Truly sees himself or herself as a servant of both God and humanity. Ministers to the whole congregation and individual members, no matter their station or role in the church. Appreciates those who offer different perspectives and is inclusive of all people.
• Integrity and transparency. The Senior Pastor is open and clear in all dealings, has no hidden agendas, and works to build trust in all church matters. He or she lives an exemplary life, and the fulfillment of scripture is evident in his or her daily walk and interactions with others.
• Promotes and strengthens family life – He or she respects and values family, and recognizes and celebrates diverse family patterns.
• Balances ministry with the enjoyment of everyday living – Participation in recreational and social activities (sports, the arts, travel, reading, gardening, etc.), relaxation, and personal rejuvenation contribute to a well-rounded, balanced minister.


How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Enrichment Class Teacher

Company: Pui Tak Christian School

Website: 

Experience: Experience or training in subject being taught is required.

Salary: $12 per hour

Job Location: 2301 S Wentworth Ave Chicago, Il 60642

Contact: Ashley Crosby, Extended Day Coordinator, ashleycrosby@puitak.org, (312) 842-8546

Description: 

Responsibilities:
• Teach a group of students a specific skill or academic concept.
• Engage students creatively.
• Manage students in a clear and organized manner.
• Prepare each lesson.
• Gather materials and be prepared for each lesson.
• Provide feedback when necessary to parents and administration.

Qualifications:
• Proficient in subject area being taught.
• Experience teaching students
• Flexible
• Creative
• Organized
• Committed

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Contoller Clerk

Company: Albany Bank

Website: Albany Bank

Experience: Accounting and or banking experience a plus.

Salary: $30,000.00-$35,000.00

Job Location: 3400 W. Lawrence Ave. Chicago, IL 60625

Contact: Olga Aleksic, Vice President/HR, Olga.aleksic@albanybank.com

Description: 

The controller clerk is responsible for reconciling various departments in the bank.
This position requires a detail oriented individual who has strong computer skills, good telephone and customer communication skills, and can prioritze multiple tasks. The interested candidate must be flexible and present a professional appearance. A friendly and positve attitude a must. A degree in Accounting or Finance is required.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Registered Nurse ACT

Company: Community Counseling Centers of Chicago

Website: Community Counseling Centers of Chicago

Experience: 

  • Accredited school of nursing degree.
  • Current IL RN license.
  • Knowledge of general nursing principles, techniques, and procedures; knowledge of psychiatric nursing.
  • Experience with consumers with chronic persistent and severe mental illness as well as those with co-occurring substance use disorders; knowledge of recovery principles
  • Knowledge of counseling techniques; demonstrated ability to work well within a team; ability to work cooperatively within agency and with outside social service providers.
  • Personal vehicle, valid IL driver's license, good driving record and vehicle insurance.

Salary: Not listed

Job Location: 4740 N. Clark St. Chicago, IL 60640

Contact: Brian Reams, Recruiter, human.resources@c4chicago.org, (773) 769-0205

Description: 

As a member of the Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) Team, coordinates and provides comprehensive recovery and rehabilitative services to consumers participating in ACT. Interventions include the full range of therapeutic and behavioral services for individuals with both severe mental illnesses and/or substance abuse disorders. Provides biopsychosocial assessment, individualized treatment planning, individual and group services, and crisis services. Services are generally provided in the community, including consumers' homes, and are available by on-call rotation 24 hours a day, seven days a week if needed.

Additionally, the ACT Nurse provides general psychiatric nursing services and activities for ACT consumers, including medication monitoring and training, medication administration and routine injections, and medical consultation regarding consumers' routine, acute, and chronic health concerns. The ACT Nurse is the liaison between the ACT Team and ancillary providers (e.g., pharmacy, laboratory, hospitals, clinics, etc.) and reviews ACT consumer laboratory results and reports in order to alert the ACT Psychiatrist or make other appropriate referral when necessary. The ACT Nurse ensures all consumer medications are properly stored and inventoried according to Agency and accreditation standards and policies.

This position will eventually be located in the Skokie area.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Client Service Representative

Company: Focus Pointe Global

Website: Focus Pointe Global

Experience: 

The ideal candidates will exhibit professionalism at all times, is articulate, organized, detail-oriented, energetic, be a team player, and willing to go the extra mile.

Flexibility with schedule/hours is a MUST as hours can vary from 6:00 a.m. – 11:00 pm; generally no weekends.

Salary: $10 per hour

Job Location: Focus Pointe Global 645 N. Michigan Ave., Ste 600 Chicago, Ill 60611

Contact: Petula Wilson, Sr. Director of Human Resources, jobs@focuspointeglobal.com, (215) 561-5500

Description: Focus Pointe Global, a leading market research company, is searching for a part-time Client Service Representatives to staff for our Focus Group Facility. We are seeking professionals with outstanding hospitality talents.

Can you provide top-notch hospitality to our clients?
Do you have an excellent phone presence?
Are you able to multi-task?
Do you have an abundance of energy & poise?

You will recruit respondents for focus group studies, set up presentation equipment, greet clients & participants, serve & clear meals/snacks, run audio & video equipment and perform basic office/administrative and reception duties.

How to Apply: Email your cover letter and resume with "CSR-CHI" in subject line to jobs@focuspointeglobal.com.


Job Title: Aircraft Deicer

Company: Integrated Deicing Services

Website: Integrated Deicing Services

Experience: Little to no experience is required. We are in a very specified field, so it is extremely difficult to find anyone who has previous experience. We are looking for smart minds that can absorb information during training, and then apply it to the operation.

Salary: $13.00 per hour (starting)

Job Location: 515 Express Center Dr. Chicago, IL 60666

Contact: Matthew Ohmann, General Manager, matto@idsllc.aero, (312) 257-1708

Description: 

Essential Knowledge and Skills: Ensure a safe environment during the de/anti-icing operation and all company policies and procedures are being followed correctly. Uphold and follow the duties related to de/anti-icing aircraft according to procedures for both airlines and IDS (including inspecting aircraft for frozen contamination).

Participate in the pre-planning for the de/anti-ice event (perform checks on equipment, trucks, servicing equipment with fuel or glycol). Ensure proper shutdown of pads, including paperwork and log books; that all maintenance issues have been logged and reported to maintenance and all proper shutdown procedures for the equipment are followed.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Assistant Editor

Company: Association Management Center

Website: Association Management Center

Experience: • Bachelor’s degree in English, journalism, communications, or related field. About 1 year of experience in editing and digital content management. Knowledge of publishing processes. Ability to work effectively both independently and within a team. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Strong customer orientation. Technical problem-solving skills. Ability to organize and manage multiple projects/priorities. Ability to think ahead and plan. Commitment to company values. Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite, content management systems, mid-level html, and InDesign.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: O'Hare Plaza 8735 West Higgins Road, Suite 300 Chicago, IL 60631

Contact: Ashley Sprott, HR Manager, editasst@connect2amc.com, (847) 375-4700

Description: 

Where you’ll work:
Association Management Center (AMC) is expanding its creative team with an assistant editor.

AMC, owned and operated by the Engle family, is one of the most respected and largest association management companies in the world and has been consistently voted one of the best places to work in Illinois for the past several years. Located a short walk from the Cumberland Blue Line stop, AMC’s new headquarters includes a staff of more than 200 professionals working with 30 national and international organizations.

This position will be a part of our energetic and award-winning creative team of more than 20 editors, web staff, writers, and designers. They’re a hard-working group who enjoy a fully collaborative environment that fosters learning new things, true teamwork, and a balance between work and life outside of it.

The assistant editor supports the creation of digital and print periodicals and products for multiple AMC clients. This includes html coding, copy editing, proofreading, project management, assisting with website analytics and search engine optimization (SEO), and other editorial duties.

What you’ll do:
• Work effectively in a team environment in which cross-functional team members collaborate on projects.
• Use a content management system(s) and html knowledge to code e-newsletters and update website content.
• Edit, proofread, and provide administrative support for various printed and electronic products, including newsletters, journals, magazines, books, and marketing materials.
• Incorporate layout edits using InDesign software.
• Style manuscripts, correspond with contributors, obtain copyright permissions, and keep accurate and up-to-date files.
• Be aware of the latest web and digital publishing trends and take part in new and/or improved services based on identified trends.
• Ensure high-quality content by editing for consistency and adherence to existing styles, including AMC, American Psychological Association (APA), American Medical Association (AMA), and Associated Press (AP) style.
• Support quality assurance testing for website redesigns and digital products.
• Assist the UXUI designer on search engine optimization activities for client websites.
• Monitor client sites using Google Analytics. Includes working with the web editor to create and monitor reports.
• Foster consistent communication with internal stakeholders, including members of client teams, editorial, Web, design, and information services staff.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Music Teacher

Company: The Salvation Army Metro Division

Website: 

Experience: 

• A minimum of 2 years music experience working with children/adults.
• Minimum Bachelor’s Degree in music preferred, or extensive experience teaching music. An advanced degree or training is desired.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: Varies 5040 N Pulaski Rd. Chicago, IL 60630

Contact: Sherry Johnson, HR Generalist, uscmet_programhr@usc.salvationarmy.org, (773) 725-1100

Description: 

Duties/Responsibilities
1.Work within the schools and/or Corps to lead or assist in music or other arts programs as assigned.
2.Participants will be given the opportunity to work towards a goal and sense of accomplishment in developing musical abilities. By their participation in the program, they will discover and develop skills and talents. This will heighten their self-esteem, increase school/program pride and involve them in positive activities.
3.Performances and/or activities occur that will heighten the awareness of the purpose of the Corps in the community.
4.Encourage participants to attend summer camps which will lead them to develop further talents and make spiritual decisions. Be available to help plan the participation of campers in the summer camping programs and attend the camp as a leader. This includes the divisional music camp as well as any summer music day camps.
5.Must be willing to gain knowledge of the Salvation Army music and programs.
6.All other duties as assigned.

Competencies
•A personal knowledge of music, including performance, education and theory.
•Good communication and interpersonal skills.
•Strong leadership and organizational skills.
•A valid driver’s license and the ability to pass the MVR check.
•Must be a team player, self starter, and follow through with assignments until completion.
•A positive attitude and the ability to be flexible in light of changing job situations/priorities.
•A strong commitment to support and promote the mission of The Salvation Army

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Pastor of Worship and Community Life

Company: Great Exchange East Bay Covenant Church

Website: Great Exchange Covenant East Bay Church

Experience: 

• Mature, growing & faithful relationship with Christ. Practices prayer, rest, relational authenticity.
Meets character qualifications in 1 Tim 3:8-13. Beliefs consistent with the Evangelical Covenant
Church (www.covchurch.org).
• MDiv or ministry-related MA preferred.
• Willing to participate as a member in the life and worship of the church.
• Ability to work in cross-cultural settings.
• Very comfortable with technology.

Salary: $2600 per month

Job Location: 1800 H Street Union City, CA 94587

Contact: Monica Tzeng, General Assistant, monica.a.tzeng@gmail.com, (510) 284-7584

Description: Worship Ministry (40%)

Our worship is simple, intimate, mobile, volunteer-powered, formation-focused, Christ-
centered.
1. Lead Ministry: Lead Sunday Worship ministry to embody GRX’s vision. Oversee ministry budget.
2. Worship Services: Plan weekly worship and liturgy, in conjunction with Lead Pastor.
3. Worship Team: Primary worship leader for Sunday services, incl. holidays and special events. Oversee song selection & musical style. Lead team practices. Must be able to lead worship solo.
4. Setup & Production: While our setup is simple, we are a mobile church. Oversee space design, weekly setup, and all areas of production—audio/visual, lighting, etc.
5. Develop Volunteers: Recruit, develop, shepherd worship & production team members. Ideal worship team size is 1-3 members.

Community Life (60%)

We have a handful of ministries we’d like help or leadership in. This area is open for
discussion.
1. Lead: Lead or assist in leading various ministries as needed.
2. Teach: Possibly lead a small group, teach classes, or preach, depending on interest and experience.
3. Pastor: Offering pastoral care, discipleship, counseling as needed.
4. Admin: Perform general administrative & communications tasks. Assist Lead Pastor as needed.


OUR VISION

GRX Worship:
• A church that glorifies Jesus as Lord in our city – authentically and compellingly leading people to worship, listen and pray, and commune with God.
• A worship gathering that draws people across the ethnic and religious spectrum of the city to Jesus.
• People are biblically and liturgically shaped to live worshipfully as disciples every day.
• A ministry culture that embodies authenticity, excellence, and grace.

GRX Community Life:
• A church that genuinely embodies and is formed by the love of Christ in our relationships – including, caring for, encouraging, admonishing, forgiving, and being reconciled with each other.
• A community that is one in Christ: connected by our commonalities – but also embracing the gifts of our differences. We desire to cherish even our weaker members, and to do healthy, Christ-like conflict-resolution well.
• A community that is authentic and yet is willing to be stretched by God and each other.
• A community that does not exist merely for itself, but for Christ and his mission.

About GRX: We are a small, young, suburban, multi-ethnic Asian American church – Sunday attendance about 60 people, with adults ages 20s-40s. We are a member of the Evangelical Covenant Church. We currently meet at a local school for Sunday worship.

Our vision is to become a community of subversive suburbanites in the way of Jesus that lives to share his story of renewal and hope for our city and our world. Our vision is codified into five Vows:

1. To worship God in Christ as our true and wise God, teacher, and Lord.
2. To be in community marked by Christ-like love, sacrifice, commitment across cliques, cultures.
3. To pursue spiritual depth in soul and character
4. To gratefully repurpose our possessions, powers, privileges for the church, the poor, the lost
5. To be a redemptive gospel presence in our city and our world.

How to Apply: Along with your resume, please include a cover letter to introduce yourself and your philosophy of ministry, and also a musical & vocal sample recording.


Job Title: Sports Instructor

Company: We Got Game

Website: We Got Game

Experience: 

Must be comfortable working with kids
Have experience coaching/playing sports
Have transportation around the city
Be able to pass criminal background check

Salary: $15-$20 per hourly

Job Location: 6160 N. Cicero Ave #315 Chicago, IL 60646

Contact: Troy Hoffman, Operations Director, coachtroy@wegotgamechicago.com, (847) 271-8187

Description: 

We Got Game is looking for reliable sports instructors to lead our physical
education programs, sports classes, after school programs, leagues, camps, private lessons, and birthday parties. We are looking for energetic individuals with solid athletic backgrounds to help the company grow. Coaching experience is preferred but not required. We are looking for people who are knowledgeable in basketball, soccer, baseball, softball, flag football, floor hockey, volleyball, and more.

All applicants MUST have their own transportation, be located in or near the city limits, and be able to pass a criminal background check.

How to Apply: Send your resume and your schedule of availability to CoachTroy@WeGotGameChicago.com


Job Title: Analyst

Company: Performance Trust Capital Partners

Website: Performance Trust Capital Partners

Experience: 

• Degree in Finance, Accounting, or Mathematical Finance (minor in Computer Science preferred)
• Desire to dig in, figure out and make recommendations
• Bond and Fixed Income knowledge (duration, convexity, option-adjusted valuation, etc.)
• Must be attentive to details and thorough
• Intermediate skills in MS Excel including VBA
• Database experience is desired including SQL and Access
• Ability to work in an unstructured environment
• Good oral and written communication skills
• One year work experience in Analytical data intensive environment required or 2 relevant summer internships will be considered
• GPA of 3.3 or higher desired

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 500 W. Madison Chicago, IL 60661

Contact: Megan Clark, HR Coordinator, mclark@performancetrust.com, (312) 521-1419

Description: 

• Load, run and validate client data
• Build mapping logic to be used in a custom ETL tool
• Build report set for presentations
• Review and test new software functionally
• Perform market related research on fixed income modeling topics
• Research and document special projects

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Community Support Specialist

Company: Community Counseling Centers of Chicago

Website: Community Counseling Centers of Chicago

Experience: 

Bachelor's degree in Social Work or related field required; graduate degree
Clinical experience working with individuals living with chronic mental illness and co-occuring disorder.
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills.
Proficient in Windows environment.
Valid Illinois driver's license and good driving record required.

Salary: 29k - 41K annnually

Job Location: 4740 N. Clark Chicago, IL 60640

Contact: Brian Reams, Recruiter, human.resources@c4chicago.org, (773) 769-0205

Description: Member of the Community Support Team 2 at Clark (CSTC2) will coordinate and provide comprehensive recovery and rehabilitation services to consumers participating in CST services. Interventions include a range of therapeutic and behavioral services for individuals with both severe mental illnesses and/or substance abuse disorders. Services are general delivered in the community. Provides services in a culturally sensitive and appropriate manner.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Director of Youth Ministry

Company: Gary United Methodist Church

Website: Gary United Methodist Church

Experience: One thousand-member Chicago West Suburban church seeks faith-based Director of Youth Ministry to revitalize and grow our ministry to middle school and high school youth. The Director of Youth Ministry will create a strong, multi-faceted youth program that develops vibrant young Christians who are leaders in the church and the community. To learn more about our church, visit our website at garychurch.org.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 224 North Main Street Wheaton, Il 60187

Contact: Jamie Geiger, Senior Pastor, office@garychurch.org, (630) 668-3100

Description: 

Gary Memorial United Methodist Church Job Description
Director of Youth Ministry
Updated July, 2014

The responsibility of the Director of Youth Ministry (DYM) is to promote holistic growth and to engage youth in a continuous faith experience of Christ and Church. This staff member shall reach out to all youth in the church and in the community; i.e., hurting, healthy and healed. He/She is to seek to develop personal relationship with youth, provide formal and informal teaching and invite and enable youth to serve others. The DYM works in collaboration with other staff members in promoting the church’s mission and our goal of making disciples for Jesus Christ. The DYM is to recruit, train, assess, and support adult volunteers, while seeking close communication with and mutual support from the families of the youth.

Qualities

The Director of Youth Ministry requires a positive attitude and an outgoing nature, friendliness, enthusiasm, a sense of humor, tenaciousness, determination, a commitment to youth, and the ability to relate to pre-teens, teens and their families.

Responsibilities and Tasks

The Director of Youth Ministry administratively shall:
1. Under the supervision of the Associate Pastor and the Senior Pastor and in collaboration with other members of the Church Staff, integrate youth ministry into the overall church life, mission, and programs.
2. Plan, implement, develop, and evaluate programs and activities that accomplish the objectives and tactics outlined in our Strategic Plan for Youth (attachment 1)
3. Assess available personnel resources and recruit, supervise, support and evaluate adult volunteer youth counselors.
4. Oversee the church’s physical facilities for youth.
5. Prepare, develop and maintain a budget; organize and manage fund-raising for youth program.
6. Direct publicity and communication for youth ministry program.
7. Establish networks for counseling and referral.
8. Become involved in community, District, Conference, and general church related youth programming.

The Director of Youth Ministry relationally shall:
1. Develop youth leaders and mentors.
2. Provide education and training for adults who minister to youth.
3. Identify and encourage youth who exhibit gifts and grace for ministry as a vocation.
4. Provide teaching, formal and informal faith sharing, and small group formation.
5. Serve as consultant on youth for larger church programming.
6. Invite and gather youth for programs.
7. Model and give witness to his/her personal faith.
8. Be present for youth at social and recreational events.
9. Provide counsel for youth and refer them to appropriate resources and programs.
10. Direct service projects involving youth and integrate youth into overall church mission program
11. Identify and recruit youth participants on church administrative committees.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Resource Developer

Company: Community Christian Alternative (CCA) Academy

Website: Community Christian Alternative (CCA) Academy

Experience: 

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree required. Master’s degree preferred. Understanding of the grantsmanship process a plus.
• Two or more years of successful experience in the development or a related field at a community based organization or small school.
• Be a self-starter, possess a high degree of initiative and a positive, “can-do” attitude; be highly organized, a strategic thinker, flexible, a team player, and open to learning; pays attention to detail, is timely, creative, thinks “outside the box,” and is a problem-solver.
• Has a strong interest in the education of underserved and underachieving youth.
• Has strong verbal communications skills and a demonstrated ability to write clearly and persuasively.
• Has strong computer skills and knowledge of data base programs.
• Is willing to be a lifelong learner by engaging in professional development and remaining abreast of trends in philanthropy.
• Knows how to build partnerships and plan events.
• Has a strong appreciation for innovative programming.
• Ability to function both independently and collaboratively within a team environment.
• Have a strong passion for and commitment to the mission and goals of the schools.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 1231 S. Pulaski Road Chicago, IL 60623

Contact: Myra Sampson, CEO, myra@ccaacademy.org, (773) 762-2272

Description: RESOURCE DEVELOPER

Community Christian Alternative Academy (CCA) and Community Services West Career Academy (CSWCA), sister schools co-located in Chicago’s North Lawndale Community Area, seek a Resource Developer to serve as the organizations’ chief fund raiser, and public relations and marketing administrator.
Thirty-six year old CCA Academy was incorporated in 1978 and, for over 16 years, has been a campus of Chicago’s Youth Connection Charter Schools. CCA Academy was founded to serve underachieving students, primarily retrieved high school dropouts. CSW Career Academy is a six-year old culinary arts school that serves the same population. Over 90% of the senior classes graduate; and, of that number, 90% go on to pursue higher education, the military, or become gainfully employed. CSW students are trained in the culinary arts while CCA offers theme-based learning through the lens of urban agriculture and ecology. Together, the schools promote academic achievement through rigorous classroom curriculums that are buttressed by “hands-on” learning experiences in healthy food preparation, urban gardening, and aquaponics—all of which promote healthy lifestyles, career development, and a sustainable environment. As a result, students become more fully invest ed in their academic pursuits and become successful independent learners.
Position Summary & Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Chief Education Officer, the ideal candidate will be responsible for developing and implementing the schools’ fundraising strategies through foundation and corporate giving, special events, marketing and public relations, to include:
• Leveraging and maintaining effective key relationships and contacts, including members of the foundation and corporate giving community.
• Working collaboratively with the faculty and staff of the schools and engaging them in fundraising, marketing and public relations efforts.
• Conducting prospect research.
• Managing the fund development process and preparing requests for support as well as appropriate follow-up, including acknowledgements and reports.
• Working closely with the organization’s auxiliary board on the annual benefit.
• Managing the donor base and organization mailing list.
• Collecting data to support proposals and reports.
• Working collaboratively with technology staff to update website and social media.
• Producing quarterly newsletters, brochures, and annual reports.
• Serving on relevant internal and external committees.
• Insuring updates of grant licenses (DUNS, SAM, etc.)
• Remaining updated on the schools’ accountability metrics and reports.
• Other duties as assigned.
Compensation: Salary is competitive and based on qualifications and experience; excellent benefits package.

 

 

CCA Academy and CSW Career Academy are Equal Opportunity Employers that value a culturally diverse workplace and welcome persons with disabilities.
For more information about the schools, please visit our websites at www.ccaacademy.org or cswcareeracademy.com.

 

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Marketing Assistant

Company: Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle (GKIC)

Website: Glazer-Kennedy Insider's Circle (GKIC)

Experience: Knowledge/Skills
• Excellent communication skills with a passion for copywriting and proofing
• Strong project management skills
• Thrives on attention to detail, setting goals, delivering results
• Natural leader with an analytic mind
• High level of curiosity about and desire to learn intricacies of database management systems

Salary: Bi-weekly

Job Location: 8430 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue Chicago, IL 60631

Contact: Patricia Du Charme, Human Resources Manager, HR5@gkic.com, (773) 632-4668

Description: Company Description
Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle (GKIC) is a private equity owned company in the information marketing business targeted to entrepreneurs and small business owners. This membership based business model provides up-to-date products and services, primarily concentrated in the direct response marketing arena, in an alternative “renegade business thinking” philosophy designed to fuel a small business owner’s/entrepreneur’s desire to create an accelerated path to business growth.

Summary
The Marketing Assistant for Membership will be an integral member of the Marketing team with responsibilities centered around the recruitment and retention of members. You will be a natural leader who is eager to join a busy marketing team and make an impact early in your career.

Key Responsibilities
• Tracks, analyzes and reports membership trends across multiple membership categories
• Executes membership recognition and appreciation initiatives
• Coordinates details of multiple monthly newsletters
• Performs quality control checks (copy edit and proofing) across multiple communication mediums (written, video, audio etc.)
• Manages testimonial process (transcriptions, approval forms etc.)
• Implements member satisfaction surveys
• Coordinates activities associated with PPC and social media promotions

Qualifications
• Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree Marketing, Business, Communications or related field
• Experience with marketing automation software (i.e. Marketo, Infusionsoft, etc.)
• Experience in a membership based organizations and/or working with small business owners is a plus
Etc.
• Located near O’Hare Airport, steps from the Blue Line
• Local candidates only
• Principals only: Recruiter’s please do not reply

How to Apply: Send resume, cover letter and salary history to the contact listed


Job Title: Inside Sales Professional and Business Consultant

Company: Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle (GKIC)

Website: Glazer-Kennedy Insider's Circle (GKIC)

Experience: Requirements: Knowledge/Skills
- In-depth computer skills required
- The ability to actively listen to customers in order to understand their goals and welcome members aboard
- Pro-active problem solver
- Motivated and self-disciplined
- Ability to ask for the order and close sales
- Ability to meet and achieve quota, both monthly and quarterly
- Excellent written and communications skills with the ability to communicate both internally and externally, and with all levels of client organizations
- Exhibit strong presentation, analytical and organizational skills
- Exceptional consultative phone skills, including the ability to clearly articulate, influence and overcome objections

Salary: Bi-weekly

Job Location: 8430 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue Chicago, IL 60631

Contact: Patricia Du Cahrme, Human Resources Manager, HR2@gkic.com, (773) 632-4668

Description: Company Description
Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle (GKIC) is a dynamic and fast growing company that works with entrepreneurs, sales professional and small business owners by providing them with up to date information about what works in marketing and growing their business. We are a membership based business who provide products and services, primarily concentrated in marketing, alternative “renegade business thinking” and cutting edge information designed to fuel a small business owner’s/entrepreneur’s desire to create an accelerated path to business growth.

Summary
GKIC is looking for a dynamic Inside Sales Professional/Business Consultant to be part of our Business Consulting/Sales Department. In this role, the Business Consultant will be responsible for working with our members and customers in a consultative sales role to help them achieve their business’s goals and objectives through the assistance of GKIC’s library of Information and Education Products, Coaching Programs and Mentoring Programs. You will be handling in-bound and making outbound calls, utilizing email communications, being active on our Social site in answering member’s questions, along with being active in other Social Media groups that our members participate in. Strong communication skills are needed both verbal and email. Must be a highly motivated and goal orientated individual and be eager to prospect and create new member relationships. This position has a base salary and a commission structure.

What Makes Us Different from any other sales jobs?
- You never have to cold call a person that never heard of us, all of your sales calls take place with members that have are doing business with us.
- We are a company founded by sales and marketing professionals dedicated to assisting our members with their marketing and sales issues and helping them grow.
- All you do all day is work with clients on their business needs and issues and negotiate and close sales 
- You have clients that want to work with you.
- Our founder is the Dan Kennedy, the top professional, in providing up to date information and no-nonsense business building advice to our members.
- You must have a passion to work with entrepreneurs, small business people, and sales professionals.
- Travel is only two times a year, no “road-warrior’ing”
- You get to participate in and sell at GKIC Events

Qualifications
- Bachelor’s Degree required
- Past Entrepreneurial experience a plus (not necessary)
- 3-4 years of Sales experience across a variety of industries 
- Salesforce.com knowledge desired

Etc.
- Location: near O’Hare Airport
- Inside Sales Role, minor travel (not a road warrior role)
- Relocation: Not available, Chicagoland candidates only
- Principals only: Recruiter’s please do not reply

How to Apply: Send resume, cover letter and salary history to the contact listed


Job Title: Director of Marketing Communications

Company: Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle (GKIC)

Website: Glazer Kennedy Insider's Circle (GKIC)

Experience: Knowledge/Skills
• Exceptional organizational and planning skills with the ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously
• Thrives in a culture where professional satisfaction is garnered from creating “structure from chaos”
• Clear leadership talents
• Natural propensity towards detail orientation
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Analytic mind coupled with thirst for measuring results as a stimuli for refined future action

Salary: Bi-weekly

Job Location: 8430 W. Bryn Mawr Aveue Chicago, IL 60631

Contact: Patricia Du Charme, Human Resources Manager, HR1@gkic.com, (773) 632-4668

Description: Company Description
Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle (GKIC) is a private equity owned company in the information marketing business targeted to entrepreneurs and small business owners. This membership based business model provides up-to-date products and services, primarily concentrated in the direct response marketing arena, in an alternative “renegade business thinking” philosophy designed to fuel a small business owner’s/entrepreneur’s desire to create an accelerated path to business growth.

Summary
The Director of Marketing Communications will lead the organization in the development and implementation of a marketing communications plan designed for the acquisition, conversion, engagement, and retention of membership. The position will have oversight of the consistency of messaging across all delivery channels and product and service categories.

Key Responsibilities
• Leads the organization in the development and execution of an annual marketing plan reflective of cross-company initiatives (i.e. new product launches, events, product promotions etc.)
• Oversees the coordination of communication to members and non-members via numerous channels of delivery (i.e. emails, direct mail, blog posts, website, sales letters, event and product promotions etc.)
• Skilled in strategizing and implementing buyer and non-buyer purchase funnels via marketing automation tools
• Manages projects across a team of three copywriters for consistency and accuracy of the brand voice

Qualifications
• Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree Marketing, Business, Communications or related field; Master’s Degree preferred
• Experience with marketing automation software (i.e. Marketo, Infusionsoft etc.)
• Well versed in direct response marketing principles
• Demonstrated copywriting skills
• Experience in a membership based organizations and/or working with small business owners is a plus
Etc.
• Located near O’Hare Airport, steps from the Blue Line
• Local candidates only
• Principals only: Recruiter’s please do not reply

How to Apply: Send resume, cover letter and salary history to the contact listed


Job Title: Director of Business Development

Company: Glazer-Kennedy Insider's Circle (GKIC)

Website: Glazer-Kennedy Insider's Circle (GKIC)

Experience: Requirements: Knowledge/Skills
- Excellent written and communications skills with the ability to communicate both internally and externally, and with all levels of client organizations
- Must be motivated and self-disciplined
- Strong time management skills
- Exhibit strong presentation, analytical and organizational skills
- Excellent influence and negotiation skills
- Exceptional consultative phone skills, including the ability to clearly articulate, influence and overcome objections
- Strong team building and mentoring skills; clear leader
- Results-oriented; thrives on P&L management
- Demonstrated ability to lead/influence cross-functional teams; collaborative, yet decisive, decision making style

Salary: Bi-weekly

Job Location: Glazer-Kennedy Insider's Circle (GKIC) 8430 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue Chicago, IL 60631

Contact: Patricia Du Charme, Human Resources Manager, HR7@gkic.com, (773) 632-4668

Description: Company Description
GKIC is a private equity owned company in the information marketing business targeted to entrepreneurs and small business owners. This membership based business model provides products and services, primarily concentrated in the direct response marketing arena, designed to fuel a small business owner’s/entrepreneur’s desire to create an accelerated path to business growth.

Summary
The Director of Business Development will develop new and nurture current business relationships aimed at landing incremental business leads across a host of sales platforms (subject matter experts for events and product development, sponsorships, new membership funnels, joint ventures etc.). The Business Director will deliver results via identifying, defining, developing, negotiating and closing business relationships. 

Key Responsibilities
- Manage and develop all current business relationships across numerous channel partners such as affiliates, business consultants, sponsors etc.
- Develop new business opportunities by contacting potential partners and exploring/proposing mutually beneficial business deals
- Screen deals via analyzing market strategies, deal requirement, financials 
- Work with the Marketing team to define new marketing/sales tools that are needed to open doors in the targeted markets
- Maintain accurate records of activities, contacts, opportunities and account information to reflect qualification process 
- Responsible for client satisfaction and relationship profitability, while providing business customers with a single point of contact

Qualifications
- Bachelors Degree required; Masters Degree appreciated
- 5 to 10 years of Business Development experience across a wide variety of industries and companies with a successful track record of selling

Etc.
- Location: near O’Hare Airport
- Relocation: Not available, Chicagoland candidates only
- Principals only: Recruiter’s please do not reply

How to Apply: Send resume, cover letter, and salary history to the contact listed


Job Title: Customer Service Representative

Company: Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle (GKIC)

Website: Glazer-Kennedy Insider's Circle (GKIC)

Experience: Requirements: Knowledge/Skills
- In-depth computer skills required
- The ability to actively listen to customers in order to understand their goals and welcome members aboard
- Pro-active problem solver 
- Motivated and self-disciplined
- Customer Service skills
- Excellent written and communications skills with the ability to communicate both internally and externally, and with all levels of client organizations
- Strong time management skills
- Exhibit strong presentation, analytical and organizational skills
- Exceptional consultative phone skills, including the ability to clearly articulate, influence and overcome objections
- Strong team building skills

Salary: Bi-weekly

Job Location: Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle (GKIC) 8430 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue Chicago, IL 60631

Contact: Patricia Du Charme, Human Resources Manager, HR3@gkic.com, (773) 632-4668

Description: Company Description
Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle (GKIC) is a private equity owned company in the information marketing business targeted to entrepreneurs and small business owners. This membership based business model provides products and services, primarily concentrated in the direct response marketing arena, designed to fuel a small business owner’s/entrepreneur’s desire to create an accelerated path to business growth.

Summary
GKIC is looking for a dynamic Customer Service Representative to be part of our Membership Service Department. In this role, the Customer Representative will be responsible for serving our members in multiple capacities. You will be handling in-bound and making outbound calls, utilizing instant Chat Communication and email communications with our members. Strong communication skills are needed both verbal and email. Must be a highly motivated and goal orientated individual and be eager to prospect and create new member relationships.


Key Responsibilities
- Provide outstanding Membership services and communication to all members and customers
- Assist with all Customer Service issues, including billing inquires
- Offer website administration and support, guide and navigate members through the member’s site
- Provide entry level coaching on products, assist with scheduling appointments with Business Consultants for more in-depth discussions
- Respond timely to phone calls, emails and other correspondence regarding membership.
- Retain existing members including walking members through cancellation process to see value in maintaining membership
- Generate electronic and paper communication on behalf of clients
- Manage and maintain the membership database
- Handle special projects 
- Continuously work on processes to improve member’s services

Qualifications
- Bachelor’s Degree required
- 3-4 years of Customer Service experience across a variety of industries 
- Salesforce.com knowledge desired

Etc.
- Location: near O’Hare Airport
- Relocation: Not available, Chicagoland candidates only
- Principals only: Recruiter’s please do not reply

How to Apply: Send resume, cover letter and salary history to the contact listed


Job Title: Controller

Company: Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle (GKIC)

Website: Glazer-Kennedy Insider's Circle (GKIC)

Experience: Requirements: Knowledge/Skills
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills including process flow charting and the identification, creation and documentation of policies and procedures in order to create a best practices accounting environment
- Excellent accounting knowledge around the revenue recognition and cash disbursements cycles
- Working knowledge of ERP systems (NetSuite, Oracle, Microsoft Dynamics, etc.) and CRMs with strong expertise in Excel (including the ability to create and use VLOOKUPs and Pivot Tables)
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Motivated and self-disciplined
- Strong time management skills
- Team building and mentoring skills
- Ability to manage multiple projects and deadlines

Salary: Bi-weekly

Job Location: Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle (GKID) 8430 W. Bryn Mawr Avenue Suite 500, IL Chicago

Contact: Patricia Du Charme, Human Resources Manager, HR6@gkic.com, (773) 632-4668

Description: Company Description
Glazer-Kennedy Insider’s Circle (GKIC) is a private equity owned company in the information marketing business targeted to entrepreneurs and small business owners. This membership based business model provides products and services, primarily concentrated in the direct response marketing arena, designed to fuel a small business owner’s/entrepreneur’s desire to create an accelerated path to business growth. We have an immediate opportunity for a Controller to join our dynamic team.

Summary
The Controller will be responsible for leading the day-to-day operations of the GKIC accounting team and report directly to the VP-Finance. The Controller will be responsible for all aspects of month and year-end close, AR/AP, and related tax and GAAP financial reporting.

Key Responsibilities
- Document existing accounting processes and procedures and make recommendations for improvements to the VP-Finance. Upon approval effectuate the implementation of the changes.
- Constantly challenge and enhance the internal control environment.
- Manage monthly, quarterly and year-end close process including financial statement (balance sheet, income statement, cash flow) preparation.
- Oversee daily operations including AP/AR, inventory, fixed assets, G/L account reconciliation, etc. 
- Recruit, supervise, evaluate and act as mentor to the departmental staff.
- Coordinate and oversee the annual external audit, including preparation of year-end audit schedules, footnotes and financial statements. 
- Coordinate and oversee tax return preparation with internal staff and external tax providers. 
- Research accounting issues and ensure compliance with GAAP.

Qualifications
- Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting required; Master’s Degree preferred
- CPA required
- 6+ years combined senior level accounting and auditing experience between public accounting and small to mid-size companies.

Etc.
- Salary range of $75-$85k plus a competitive benefits package
- Located near O’Hare Airport, steps from the Blue Line
- Local candidates only
- Principals only: Recruiter’s please do not reply

How to Apply: Send resume, cover letter, and salary history to the contact listed


Job Title: Personal Lines Customer Service Agent

Company: Riehn Insurance

Website: 

Experience: - College Degree preferred, this requirement may be waived for individuals who are currently licensed in Property/Casualty & Life/Health
- Property/Casualty & Life/Health License preferred
- Possess strong organizational skills including attention to detail & follow-up capabilities
- Good Communication Skills (written and oral)
- Professional appearance and attitude

Salary: Annual

Job Location: 4541 N Lincoln Ave Chicago, IL 60625

Contact: Karl Riehn, Owner, karl@riehninsurance.com, (773) 561-4200

Description: Looking for an Account manager responsible for the daily servicing of personal lines accounts. Responsibilities include providing excellent customer service, generating new business proposals, and explaining features & advantages of various policies to promote sale of insurance plans. Must have strong organizational and time management skills

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Director of Development

Company: City Year Jacksonville

Website: City Year Jacksonville

Experience: The Qualified Candidate

The Director of Development will be an excellent communicator and will take the opportunity to interface and build vital relationships with many of Jacksonville’s power players in education, business, philanthropy, and government, as well as with City Year’s local and national leadership. This position is that of a “player/coach” in that s/he will both lead and manage the development team, and drive his/her own revenue results. The Director of Development will be an experienced, energetic and dynamic fundraiser, with a dual emphasis on idealism and action. S / he will bring a demonstrated and proven success in generating revenue, managing and mentoring fundraising professionals, and leading a wide range of giving efforts. The ideal candidate will be familiar with the philanthropic climate in Jacksonville with a keen passion for the work of City Year and a strong working knowledge of education reform locally and nationally. The Director will be exper ienced in managing all areas of Development with an especially strong knowledge of and success in individual gift program strategy and implementation.

Specific Requirements Include:
• 10+ years related non-profit experience, with a minimum of 5-7 years of fundraising/philanthropic leadership.
• A Bachelor’s degree is required, and, CFRE preferred. Preference given to MBAs and/or other relevant advanced degrees.
• Demonstrated passion for and commitment to City Year’s mission of delivering high impact service to youth and institutions in the Jacksonville community; developing young people in the AmeriCorps as powerful civic leaders and life-long active citizens; and promoting and advancing the concept of voluntary national service.
• Ability to relate to all levels of a highly diverse and young adult workforce from frontline to c-suite, as well as Board Members and members of the community. 
• Proven ability to develop a highly productive, effective advancement team by mentoring staff, building teams and enhancing professionalism within the department.
• Excellent interpersonal, oral, and written communication and presentation skills, with the ability to serve as an advocate/spokesperson for the organization.
• Team player who can give and take advice and support in order to ensure the fulfillment of the City Year, Inc. mission.
• Entrepreneurial spirit, creative problem solver, and strong collaborator.
• A joyful and engaging personality; shares in the joy and excitement of a high-energy and fast-paced environment.
• Strong and efficient use of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint; knowledge of Raiser's Edge system a plus.

Salary: Annual

Job Location: 6 East Bay Street, 2nd Floor Jacksonville, FL 32202

Contact: Wendy Cumberland, Administrative Assistant, wcumberland@alfordexecutivesearch.com, (847) 425-4112

Description: About City Year and City Year Jacksonville

City Year is dedicated to fighting the national dropout crisis. This 25-year-old, education-focused nonprofit organization is committed to leveraging the talent, energy and idealism of the young adult AmeriCorps members to serve full-time in schools to help students stay on track – and get back on track – to graduate from high school. Its corps members do this by honing in on the “ABC’s”, the three early warning indicators that have been defined through research at John Hopkins University: poor attendance, disruptive behavior, and course failure in math or English. To find the students who need their help the most, City Year partners with schools and districts to identify students most at risk of dropping out, and provide them with targeted academic, and socio- emotional support. From devoted corps members serving full-time, to strong partnerships with school administrators, and to individualized support for students, City Year’s “W hole School, Whole Child” approach has made a measurable impact on the students and communities served. 

Thanks to strong support from AmeriCorps, Duval County Public Schools, the private sector and a strong local Founding Committee and Site Board, 58 City Year corps members are currently deployed in 6 of Jacksonville’s highest need schools. City Year Jacksonville’s service model was piloted in 2 schools during the site’s Start Up year in 2012-2013. Please find more information about the national organization at:http://www.cityyear.org/about.aspx.

The Opportunity: Director of Development, City Year Jacksonville

Since its founding, City Year has relied on its corporate, foundation, and individual philanthropic partners to create meaningful social change. As the transformational leader of the City Year Jacksonville Development Team, the Director of Development will be responsible for leveraging the resources, talents and skills of the philanthropic sector to build City Year Jacksonville and create change in communities across the city.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Head Start Teacher

Company: Albany Park Community Center

Website: Albany Park Community Center

Experience: Qualifications:
*Required Qualifications for Head Start Classroom:
• BA or advanced degree in early childhood education or
• BA or advanced degree in any subject with a minimum of 30 credit hours in ECE coursework.
• Experience teaching preschool age children.

Preferred Qualifications:
• Bilingual Spanish.
• Experience in Head Start. 
• Experience in Teaching Strategies GOLD.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 5101 N. Kimball Chicago, IL 60625

Contact: Eva Volin, Center Director/ Head Start Program Manager, evolin@apcc-chgo.org, (773) 509-5657

Description: Albany Park Community Center, an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, is seeking a full-time Head Start Teacher for its Half Day Head Start Program located at 5101 N. Kimball, Chicago location. 

Work Schedule: 
§ Full-time
§ 10 month position
§ Monday – Friday

Examples of Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Supervises children and all activities, both in the classroom and outside:
• Leads large group activities (i.e. singing, stories, music, etc.).
• Supervises and participates with children during free play and outdoor activities.
• Designs and implements small group activities.
2. Works cooperatively with consultants, specialists, and program staff to:
• Provides an optimal environment to meet each child’s needs.
• Coordinates additional services for children and families.
• Recruits and trains classroom volunteers.
3. Identifies, researches, prepares, and implements:
• Creative Curriculum GOLD.
• Developmentally appropriate daily lesson plans that introduce and reinforce language, small and large muscle, social and emotional skills.
• Various activity ideas and teaching methods in the classroom.
• Individualized plans and progress reports on each child.
• A classroom environment that best suits the needs of the children in the classroom.
• Activities in advance and according to developmentally appropriate lesson plans.
4. Implements and maintains a high quality program in accordance with NAEYC accreditation guidelines and Head Start Performance Standards.
5. Ensures safe and clean classroom and outdoor environments:
• Assumes over-all responsibility for identifying the need for and proper care of classroom equipment and supplies.
• Identifies and prepares an itemized list of needed supplies and materials for the classroom.
• Makes recommendations for improvements and repairs, as needed.
• Shares responsibility for cleaning up after all classroom and outdoor activities.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Family Service Worker

Company: Albany Park Community Center

Website: Albany Park Community Center

Experience: 

•AA in social work or related social sciences required.
•BA or BSW degree in social work or related social sciences preferred.
•One year experience with families preferably in a social service agency preferred.
•Meets DCFS requirements for designated Center Director preferred.
•Bilingual Spanish preferred.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 3401 W. Ainslie Chicago, IL 60625

Contact: Wendy Thompson, Center Director, wthompson@apcc-chgo.org, (773) 539-5907

Description: Albany Park Community Center, an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, is seeking a full-time Family Service Worker for its Youth and Children Programs located at 3401 W. Ainslie Chicago, IL 60625 location.

Work Schedule:
•Full time
•Monday – Friday

Examples of Duties and Responsibilities:
1.Assists with the recruitment of children for the School Age and Preschool programs at the Ainslie location:
•Assists in the development and implementation of a recruitment plan.
•Actively recruits eligible children in the community.
•Distributes recruitment materials throughout the neighborhood.
2.Maintains appropriate paperwork:
•Enrolls families completing DFSS COPA, PFA, Child & Adult Care Food Program and APCC data and records.
•Maintains statistical and narrative (case notes) records for individual contacts with children and families.
•Maintains site list of health conditions, medications given and dietary restrictions.
3.In collaboration with Head Start Coordinators, assess and monitor children’s general patterns of growth and development:
•Maintains open communication and meets with teaching staff and parents to insure each child’s needs are met.
•Maintains site list of health conditions, medications given and dietary restrictions.
4.Refer children and families for appropriate services:
•Assures provision of supportive services to children and families by working cooperatively and in conjunction with professional service providers.
•Recommends intervention plans and goals for children and families served.
•Assesses and monitors effectiveness of any referred services received by children and families, including ongoing medical and dental services.
•Identifies community resources and understands how they can meet the needs of families served.
5.Encourages parent participation:
•Assists in the planning and implementation of parent activities.
•Encourages parents’ involvement in his/her child’s school experience.
•Assists in the orientation of parents to the program.
6.May be responsible for being acting director in the absence of the director.
7.Answer phones and greet clients and visitors, as needed.
8.Willingly assumes other duties and responsibilities as may be required or assigned.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Events Administrator

Company: Harvest Bible Chapel

Website: Harvest Bible Chapel

Experience: 

• 2+ year(s) experience working in Events
• 2+ year(s) experience as an administrative assistant
• 1+ year(s) Marketing experience in the events industry a plus

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 1000 North Randall Road Elgin, Illinois 60123

Contact: Abby Groves, Human Resources Office Administrator, hr@harvestbiblechapel.org, (847) 398-7005

Description: 

Essential Roles & Responsibilities:
• Directly assist the Sr. Events Director to ensure all event logistics are executed for all events, by providing support both in the office and/or on event site.
• Responsible for sending out meeting agendas, taking notes and sending follow-up action items.
• Manages internal timelines, planning calendars and responsible for updating as needed.
• Responsible for gaining approval for event contracts, budget, and invoice payment.
• Maintain event budget spreadsheets and communicate monthly spend updates to Sr. Events Director.
• Assist in compiling annual forecast and plan.
• File and archive event portfolios, both in hard copy and electronically.
• Responsible for securing room blocks, F&B coordination, and provide travel support for the entire WITW team
• Contribute to overall team success by identifying problems and proactively seeking solutions
• Will work with preferred vendors to negotiate and secure pricing and product for events
• Other duties as assigned.
Educational Requirements
• Bachelor’s degree in Event Management, Marketing, or related field

Other Skills and Qualifications:
• Personal and growing relationship with Jesus
• Must be a member of Harvest Bible Chapel or become an active member upon employment
• Energetic and passionate
• Self-starter and ability to work independently
• Must possess strong written and verbal skills
• Must have excellent organizational skills and be detail oriented
• Proficient computer skills required. Must possess Microsoft Office skills
• Must be able to work under pressure

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Pharmacy Technician

Company: Lawndale Christian Health Center

Website: Lawndale Christian Health Center

Experience: Required Knowledge, Experience, or Licensure/Registration 
High School Diploma or its equivalent.
Pharmacy Tech experience or formal training a plus.
Illinois pharmacy tech license or in the process of receiving.
OIG background check performed.
Bilingual ability as needed.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: Chicago 3860 W Ogden Chicago, Illinois 60623

Contact: Maritza Vazquez, HR Specialist, maritzavazquez@lawndale.org, (872) 588-3025

Description: Position Summary 
The Pharmacy Technician is responsible for a variety of tasks for the receipt, preparation, and dispensing of prescriptions from the LCHC on-site Pharmacy, including the documentation of their work in the pharmacy computer system, treating patients in a timely and professional manner, and keeping their work areas properly stocked, cleaned, and in compliance with applicable regulations.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities 
Greeting and assisting patients at the pharamacy window for both routine and non-routine needs.
Assist the pharmacist(s) in the following areas of drug distribution for both new and refilled prescriptions:
a. Enter patient and prescription information into the computer
b. Print prescription labels and patient information
c. Prepare drug product for review and dispensing by pharmacist
d. Prepackage drugs and labeling appropriately in unit-of-use containers for later dispensing
e. Package drugs that are waiting for the patient to return
f. Locate medications ready for pick up for the pharmacist to dispense
g. Run cash register as assigned- offer counselling to all patients
h. Check messages on pharmacy system and voice mail messages

Assist in maintenance, stocking, & medication retrieval on the Parata robotic dispensing system
Be fluent in the use of computer software used in the pharmacy department
Assist the pharmacist in stocking and ordering of supplies
Answer the phones
a. Provide patients with general information about pharmacy hours, how to obtain refills on medications, transferring to appropriated departments
b. Refer all drug information and other calls needing clinical decision making to the pharmacist
Assist in keeping the pharmacy neat and clean
a. Maintain cleaning log
b. Check expiration dates as assigned
c. Maintain refrigerator log
Adhere to all State and Federal laws governing the duties and activities of pharmacy technicians
Attend all mandatory staff and pharmacy department meetings

Required Skills or Abilities 

Good physical stamina and an ability to be standing most of the day.
Good interpersonal skills are a necessity, including an ability to work well with the variety of ages, cultures, and temperaments represented among LCHC staff and patients, treating others with kindness and professionalism in all they do.
Commitment to demonstrating personal integrity through punctuality, honesty, an ability to follow instructions, proper attention to detail in all work matters, and a willingness learn from others.
An ability to work independently, take initiative, and set priorities in accordance with the needs and mission of the clinic.
Flexibility to adapt to changing or stressful conditions, including unanticipated changes to working schedules or locations.
Adequate written and verbal communication skills for communicating coherently and professionally with patients and co-workers.
Conscientious of departmental and organizational policies and procedures, and able to embrace and personify the mission of the Lawndale Christian Health Center

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Medical Assistant

Company: Lawndale Christian Health Center

Website: Lawndale Christian Health Center

Experience: High School Diploma or its equivalent, RMA Certification Preferred
Current CPR Certification
Basic patient care skills; observation and assessment skills a plus
Satisfactory completion of an accredited medical assistant training programs a plus.
Bilingual a plus

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: Chicago 3860 W Ogden Chicago, Illinois 60623

Contact: Maritza Vazquez, HR Specialist, maritzavazquez@lawndale.org, (872) 588-3025

Description: Position Summary
Responsible for ensuring a smooth patient flow from the waiting areas to the exam treatment areas for services needed. Provides any needed support and assistance to the providers in the performance of quality patient care. Reports to the Supervisor of Clinical Support Services.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities
Responsible for greeting clients/patients in a courteous manner.
Assesses changes in patient’s condition and communicate to appropriate the appropriate person.
Escorts patients to various departments for tests/procedures
Accurately performs basic patient assessment activities as assigned (e.g. heights, weights, temps and blood pressures).
Record or document accurately on appropriate forms in the medical records.
Keeps charts organized
Monitors needle and syringe containers and replaces as needed.
Will maintain a neat clean and organized work area and keep work supplies stocked.
Must be able to organize work during heavy workload situations and ensure that all work is accomplished.
Must be able to prioritize and reorganize workload in response to urgent requests following clinic protocols.
Will notify the supervisor/director of instrument or procedural problems in a timely manner.
Must be willing to perform duties that are not specifically listed as normal medical assistant duties.
Must be willing to learn and perform procedures or accept new assignments with a reasonable time frame.
To maintain clinic operations, all employees will be cross-trained into acclamatory positions to assist in emergency or heavy workload situations
Demonstrates teaching strategies with other health team members.
Observes safety regulations while operating equipment.
Responds appropriately to the age appropriate and physical needs of patients
Maintains confidentiality of information
Completion of forms accurately (WIC forms, MPE, ASQ, Edinburgh, growth charts, pap smear, etc.).
Must comply with all regulatory agencies in regards to safety, infection control and exposure control standards and policies.
Assist the providers with tests and procedures maintaining aseptic and sterile techniques
Collection of specimens (urine, sputum, biopsy etc.)
Maintenance and sterilization of equipment and instruments.
Translate for limited English proficiency patient/clients in the absence of a translator if bilingual.
Ability to accurately perform tests on specimens collected (e/g/, urine dips and pregnancy tests).
Responsible for performing other duties required to assist LCHC in achieving its mission.
Answer all telephones in a professional manner.
To work a reasonable schedule, which may include an assignment at any of our locations and during any of the hours that Lawndale Christian Health Center provide services.
Perform control test to ensure proper, safe and effective use of test collection material. (urine dip test sticks,
sterilization test reports, etc.)
Other duties as assigned.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Dental Assistant

Company: Lawndale Christian Health Center

Website: Lawndale Christian Health Center

Experience: Required Skills or Abilities

Requires experience and demonstrated abilities for working in a multi-cultural setting.
Ability to strongly embrace and personify the mission of the Lawndale Christian Health Center.
Ability to collaborate and interact with a diverse group of health care professionals.
Ability to organize and prioritize work appropriately.
Excellent guest relations skills.

Required Knowledge, Experience, or Licensure/Registration

Obtain certification needed for functioning as an expanded duties dental assistant.
High school diploma or equivalent.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: Chicago 3860 W Ogden Chicago, Illinois 60623

Contact: Maritza Vazquez, HR Specialist, maritzavazquez@lawndale.org, (872) 588-3025

Description: Position Summary

The expanded duties Dental Assistant has the same responsibilities as the regular Dental Assistant unless scheduled to function as a provider. When working as a provider, the primary responsibilities are coronal polishing and placement of dental sealants for the scheduled patients. When the Dental Assistant doesn’t have a patient, they are expected to help, as needed, with all tasks of the regular Dental Assistant and other staff.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities
As a Provider:

Open the clinic: Turn on computers, units, pump and compressor.
Set up treatment room for scheduled patients.
Provide coronal polishing and sealants for scheduled patients.
Provide oral hygiene instructions to scheduled patients.
Have dentist perform exam on scheduled patients.
Take and develop x-rays, as prescribed by the dentist.
Make entries in the patient chart of procedures performed
Escort the patient to the receptionist. If no receptionist is present, finish the check-out process.
Clean up the treatment room and set up for the next patient.
If no patient is present for the Dental Assistant, help other staff as needed.


As a Dental Assistant:

Open the clinic:Turn on computers, units, pump and compressor.
Set up the treatment room and seat patients.
Assist the dentist with patient care.
Process and sterilize instruments between patients.
Take and develop x-rays, as prescribed by the dentist.
Take impressions, as prescribed by the dentist.
Pour up impressions with model plaster, as needed.
Escort the patient to the receptionist. If no receptionist is present, finish the patient check-out process.
Clean up the treatment room and set up for the next patient.
Perform equipment maintenance procedures.
Keep all supplies stocked.
Clean the dental department as needed.
Assist registration representative with recording patient failed appointments in patient charts.
Assist registration representative with printing the patient schedule for the next day.
Assist registration representative with pulling patient charts for the next day.
Assist registration representative with filing patient charts at the end of the day.
Assist registration representative with appointment confirmation phone calls.
Perform other duties as assigned by the Dental Director.
Close the clinic: Turn off computers, units, pump, compressor and x-ray developer.
Maintain inventory of supplies and order dental and office supplies.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Behavioral Health Psychologist

Company: Lawndale Christian Health Center

Website: Lawndale Christian Health Center

Experience: Ph.D or PsyD degree in Clinical Psychology. Two (2) years of directly related experience is preferred.
Licensed in State of Illinois as psychologist preferred; LCPC and LCSW license considered. 
Knowledge in lifespan development as well as experience in assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental health conditions with pediatric and adult populations.
Knowledge and experience in psychopharmacology and behavioral health medicine is a plus, and willingness to grow in these areas is required.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: Chicago 3860 W Ogden Chicago, Illinois 60623

Contact: Maritza Vazquez, HR Specialist, maritzavazquez@lawndale.org, (872) 588-3025

Description: Position Summary

Provides quality clinical mental health consultation to providers and staff as requested through direct service in the Behavioral Health Consultant (BHC) model (as outlined in the department service manual); Also provides comprehensive diagnostic mental health services, including brief assessments, interventions, education, referrals and consultations for patients in the primary care setting.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

Provides quality clinical consultation to providers and staff utilizing the 30 minute BHC model to diagnose, assess and treat a variety of mental heath disorders using DSM diagnostic criteria.
Provides brief, solution-focused behavioral interventions with active development of Behavioral Change planning using the BHC model. Follow up is provided for patients referred via medical providers.
Cultivates education, administration and self-management skills for targeted populations with psychological or behavioral health issues. 
Promotes medical providers’ knowledge of patient behavioral health issues and provides education to assist with enhancing primary care utilization of behavioral health interventions.
Collaborates and co-manages the patient’s behavioral health care with consistent, expeditious feedback to referring providers.
Participates as a member of a multidisciplinary team utilizing a care team model to facilitate teamwork, improve patient care processes, and outcomes.
Provides clinical consultation with and serves as a resource for colleagues in behavioral health department as needed. In turn, utilizes consultation and expertise of behavioral health team members. 
Provides leadership and administrative skills as needed to promote efficient collaboration and development within care team and the department as needed. 
Facilitates brief treatment groups with patients focused on education and skill building for the management of a variety of mental health issues for a targeted population.
Provides training and guidance to a doctoral or master level student through live supervision and consultation of their clinical work with patients at the clinic.
Responds to on-site crisis intervention according to policy.
Attends monthly agency staff and weekly department meetings.
Utilizes electronic medical records to document the clinical behavioral health aspect of patient assessment/interventions in a timely manner, and tracks the patient referrals to specialty behavioral health care. 
Maintains professional competence by pursuing opportunities for continuous learning, attending continuing education offerings, reading professional literature, and engaging in other activities, which develop new knowledge and skills.


Required Skills or Abilities

Computer literacy and experience is required.
Ability to work as a team member.
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment while responding to multiple demands in a multi-disciplinary team setting.
Ability to work with a culturally diverse group of people.
Must be willing to work flexible hours as required by position.
Fluency of Spanish language is a plus.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: House Coordnator

Company: Amirah, Inc.

Website: Amirah, Inc.

Experience: Qualifications
- Deep commitment to the healing and well-being of survivors of
commercial exploitation
- Strong interpersonal communication skills, including an ability to
negotiate, empathize, create win-wins, and create a culture of
understanding, unity and peace
- Strong organizational and administrative skills with a proven ability
to juggle multiple tasks, efficiently manage processes and people,
and meet deadlines.
- Ability to be flexible, and respond appropriately high stress situations
- Work well within a diverse team

Education & Experience
- Prior experience working in a residential or safe house context
- Graduate Degree or comparable experience in Human Services
preferred.
- Prior experience with female survivors of trauma and/or sexually
exploited women
- Multi-lingual candidates preferred (especially Spanish, Cantonese,
Mandarin or Korean)
- International experience preferred

Salary: Full room and board included in addition to a stipend

Job Location: PO Box 54 Wenham, MA 01984

Contact: Carmen Maiany, Director, cmaianu@amirahboston.org, (781) 462-1758

Description: Amirah is dedicated to provide whole person aftercare for survivors of
commercial exploitation. Working to this end, we:
• Deliver complete care, addressing physical, mental, emotional,
spiritual, social, and vocational needs of survivors through our
referral network and in home care.
• Provide safe housing with qualified and well-trained staff.
• Cooperate with law enforcement to support and empower
survivors.
• Increase awareness and understanding on Commercial Exploitation
in the greater community.

Summary:
Reporting to the Program Director, the House Coordinator is a full time,
live-in position. The H.C. will be responsible for providing support to the
residents as well as the daily administration and management of the
home. The H.C. will also encourage and support the well being of each
resident in the home. As part of each resident’s care team, the H.C.
should model daily healthy living, maturity, and responsibility.

Essential Responsibilities & Tasks
- Provide guidance and support to women
- Provide occasional crisis counseling to women, and deescalate
- Enforce and support individual and in home schedules
- Work with clients to plan meals and go grocery shopping
- Encourage regular exercise and facilitate one activity a week
- Manage the daily needs and maintenance of the house, and
upkeep the inventory
- Manage the physical security of the home
- Provide 3 Life Skill reviews for each resident.
- Work alongside the Program Director in ongoing development and
evaluation of the program
- Provide on-going mentoring and support to women in the home
- Facilitate regular house meetings, and occasional morning circle
and evening wind downs
- Collaborate with client and case worker to establish physical wellbeing
goals for women’s Individual Care Plan
- Keep daily logs of client activity, evaluation and communicate
regularly with staff about client ongoing progress
- Work together with internal team: milieu counselors, volunteers,
interns to provide whole person care; and external partnerships as
necessary
- Provide rides and advocate for residents at appointments
- Help to develop a transitional system by which women take on
more ownership of the home as they are ready to do so
- Coordinate 4-6 life skill groups per month.
- Create and maintain a personal self-care plan
- Attend staff meetings, retreats and other planning staff related
events
- Assist with other needs in the home as they arise

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Director of Marketing and Development

Company: Childcare Network of Evanston

Website: Director of Marketing and Development

Experience: 

The ideal applicant will have the following qualifications:
• Passion for early childhood development, social justice, and community-based work
• Interest, enthusiasm, and affinity for fundraising and working with people
• Excellent interpersonal and intercultural communication skills
• Strong team leadership (able to work across departments and people to build a supportive,
integrated, effective environment for excellent work)
• Accomplished written and verbal communication skills; highly organized with excellent attention to detail
• Experience leveraging social media and networks
• Strong presentation skills and can positively represent the organization
• Computer literacy, experience with fundraising databases preferred
• 7 years of nonprofit fundraising or related experience
• BA required; MA preferred in marketing, development, nonprofits, or related field

Salary: $50,000 annually

Job Location: 1335 Dodge Avenue Evanston, IL 60201

Contact: Elizabeth Cole, Recruiter, elizabeth@graettingercole.com, (773) 454-0698

Description: CNE just completed a strategic plan that calls for a new vision—to be the front door to early learning by reaching every child with high quality early childhood services, and to become a force for collaboration and collective impact in Evanston and surrounding communities. To accomplish this, the plan calls for growth in its development and marketing functions. We seek an accomplished, creative Director of Development and Marketing to drive this growth, build development and marketing infrastructure, diversify funding, and increase individual and major gifts.

This position is a critical component of a 4 person senior team, working in lock step with the Executive Director to break down silos, identify and secure new opportunities, and achieve an ambitious and exciting strategic vision. With fundraising success, there will be opportunities for the Director to grow his/her team and expand department responsibilities.

At the moment, this role is the only full-time position in Development and Marketing. We expect to be able to hire a second position for this department within 12 months—but until that time, the full work of the team is accomplished through consulting resources in grant prospecting and management, social media, events, and fundraising in general. The successful incumbent will be able to build his/her team at a pivotal time.

CNE is also considering consultants for a branding and marketing campaign, which this position would also oversee and direct. The Director will manage all consultants and be charged with resourcing the work in order to achieve departmental goals. S/he reports directly to the Executive Director.

Essential Responsibilities: The Director of Marketing and Development will oversee the following streams of work:

Fund Development Portfolio
o Foundation Relations: grants calendar, prospecting, relationship building, coordination with program staff teams to build strategy and complete applications, and submission/ follow-up/ reporting
o Donor Relations: segment the donor base; create moves management processes; drive cultivation, solicitation, mail appeals, individual and major gift initiatives, and gift management
o Annual Fundraiser: planning and execution

Marketing Portfolio
o Digital Media Relations: social media strategy and execution
o Newsletters: for parent and supporter audiences
o Messaging: coordinated and aligned messaging across board and staff teams and
customized for different audiences
o Potential for a marketing and branding overhaul in first 18 months of work

Board Management
o Fundraising Committee: staff the committee, project manage board gifts and asks, work in partnership with committee chair to develop and direct fundraising strategy
o Development: help identify and secure new board members, align board skillsets against those of high impact boards, solicit board development trainings and materials, support Executive Director in board strategy and meeting agendas/execution

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Senior Accountant

Company: PRGX

Website: PRGX

Experience: Bachelor's degree in Accounting (MBA/CPA Preferred)
Minimum 6 years of experience in Accounting
Possess critical thinking skills, quantitative and analytical problem solving skills
Shows initiative and has sound decision making skills
Exhibits strong communication skills (written and oral)
Proficient in SAP
Proficient in Excel including advanced functions and is easily able to learn new system

Salary: Hourly

Job Location: Deerfield, IL 61834

Contact: Renee Fitzgerald, Recruiting Coordinator, renee.fitzgerald@prgx.com, (770) 779-3900

Description: 

This position will be responsible for the reporting and reconciliation of the US/Canada intercompany activity with our client. This position manages an area with high volume and high complexity. This position is also responsible for managing the Intercompany loans as well as supporting tax restructurings. Key responsibilities of this position include 1) ensuring the month-end financial statements are correctly stated for both Intercompany receivables/payables and Intercompany loans 2) working to eliminate out of balances with the foreign affiliates and 3) identifying problems including system related issues and working with the appropriate parties to get corrected. Issue resolution is a critical aspect of this position as errors can have a material impact on the financial statements. A key role of this position is to provide guidance to the foreign affiliates and identify and implement process improvements.

Job Responsibilities:
Manage intercompany (IC) activity (product and non-product) including the researching and resolving issues (system and process related), providing guidance to the foreign affiliates and identifying process improvements to minimize IC mismatches.
Execute intercompany month end accounting activities for our client by analyzing data and preparing accrual entries to ensure Intercompany financial accounts are correctly stated.
Perform intercompany account reconciliations for our client. This includes requesting information, analyzing data, working with the foreign affiliates to resolve out of balances and booking correcting entries.
Identify system defects and implement work-around until the defect is resolved to ensure the Intercompany balances are correctly stated.
Manage and execute accounting activities relating to intercompany loans including booking monthly interest, recording loan payments and reconciling account balances.
Book entries related to tax restructuring events.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed above


Job Title: Project Manager

Company: PRGX

Website: PRGX

Experience: Project Management experience – minimum 5 yrs experience
10-15 years of experience - (supply chain and/or cpg is a plus)
Experience with large scale project management
Leading/planning/or facilitating Change management experience
Communications experience
Analytical/ Strategic Thinking
Large company experience
Global experience – managing different cultures and time zones
Adaptable; experience in heavily matrix environment
Skills: Visio, Powerpoint, Excel (strong/advanced)
Preferred experience

Salary: Hourly

Job Location: Deerfield, IL Deerfield, IL 61834

Contact: Renee Fitzgerald, Recruiting Coordinator, renee.fitzgerald@prgx.com, (770) 779-3900

Description: 

Opportunity
This position is for a project manager for a large scale supply chain integration project. Will be project manager but extremely hands on. Need a candidate that can span tactical day to day operations and strategic project management tasks. At least 6 month commitment – possible extension


Responsibilities
Develop and own project management standards
Critical path schedule – consolidate into one process (own and manage)
Project planning
AR approval flow charts and process
Manage tracking and reporting of KPI’s
Tracking to target
Performance dashboard
Milestone management
Own and develop communications strategy and plan
Lead communications sub-team

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed above


Job Title: Receiving and Processing Manager

Company: Community Threads

Website: Community Threads

Experience: 

  • 1-2 years of related experience or training in the areas of receiving/processing and supervision required.
  • Experience in thrift store or retail receiving and processing areas preferred.
  • Experience supervising or managing volunteers preferred.
  • Follower of Jesus Christ.
  • High school diploma or equivalent required. Bachelor’s degree preferred.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 250 W RAND RD ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Illinois 60004

Contact: Terra L, Receiving and Processing Manager, jobswithct@gmail.com, (847) 946-6119

Description: 

POSITION SUMMARY:
Working under general supervision of the Director, provide organized and effective supervision to volunteers, staff and operations in the receiving and processing areas of the Community Threads store. A hands-on position that trains and supervises volunteers and ensures a safe and healthy work environment. Work independently on routine to complex functions.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

General
1. Contribute to Community Threads overall mission in a God-honoring manner.
2. Commit to the Matthew 18 relational conflict resolution process in all relationships.
3. Commit to “believe and speak the best” about the store, affiliate ministries, volunteers and co-workers.
4. Fulfill all the requirements of the Community Threads Handbook and ensure staff and volunteers are in compliance.

Manage and Develop Volunteers
5. Foster a positive workplace and team environment through open and positive communication.
6. Motivate and inspire store associates and volunteers while providing leadership through modeling appropriate behavior.
7. Participate in regular Leadership Team meetings, communicating relevant events to store associates and volunteers and ensure decisions are carried out.
8. Identify training needs according to observation and feedback and alert the Director of the need for creating or revising written training materials and procedures manual as needed.
9. Work with and alert the Director to the need to recruit volunteers and solicit inventory from store alliance partners and outside sources.

Store Presentation & Merchandising
10. Ensure a clean and organized processing area by coordinating activities with facilities and personnel on store maintenance and supervising the volunteers on store processing, stocking and discard procedures.
11. Ensure stock is rotated regularly and merchandise is organized and replenished to maximize sales.
12. Operate the store in such a way as to maximize sales and keep the sales floor fully stocked with seasonal merchandise when necessary.
13. Ensure consistent and quality sorting and processing of donations.

Administration
14. Maintain the compliance of cash handling procedures and standards to record, balance, and deposit daily sales. Report and document any variances in cash.
15. Alert Director about ordering office supplies and maintaining appropriate supply levels.

Customer Service
16. Set example in customer service for volunteers, welcoming and responding to customers in a courteous and helpful manner by creating a non-judgmental and supportive environment for Community Threads referral clients and customers.
17. Ensure customer concerns are addressed in a timely and professional manner.

Health, Safety, and Security
18. Ensure and maintain a safe working environment for patrons and employees in the store by reporting safety concerns to the Director. In the case of an incident, complete an incident report within 24 hours.
19. Ensure the store premises are secure on a daily basis, exiting people in all areas of building, including the restroom and then locking all outside doors.
20. Ensure donations and garbage left outside of the store premises are picked up by volunteer staff on a daily basis.

Demonstrated Competencies
• People management (with volunteer management preferred)
• Ability to lead, team-build, coach and motivate others
• Process orientation
• Interpersonal skills
• Ability to handle multiple tasks under time constraints and pressure
• Time management
• Verbal and written communication skills
• Attention to detail
• Basic financial acumen

Physical Requirements
• Requires walking, standing, bending, reaching, lifting boxes, unloading and moving supplies. Requires ability to lift 25 pounds.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed above


Job Title: Volunteer Engagement Manager

Company: Center for Economic Progress

Website: Center for Economic Progress

Experience: 

Position Qualifications
Education
Bachelor’s degree in complementary field and a commitment to the ideals of volunteerism

Job Experience
Minimum of three years of related work experience required. Experience working in and managing large (100+ member) volunteer teams, community outreach or community organizing; supervisory experience preferred.

Special Knowledge & Skills
• Demonstrated awareness of current practices regarding volunteer recruitment, training, management and retention.
• Successful track record building and managing a volunteer program.
• Computer proficiency, including skills in Microsoft Office and databases. Salesforce experience is a plus.
• Keen sense of new media technology (Twitter, Facebook, social and professional networking venues).

Demonstrated Competencies
• A passion for the mission of the Center for Economic Progress and strong commitment to empowerment of underserved communities
• Excellent writing, public speaking, presentation, and organizational skills.
• Ability to motivate, interact with, and recruit a diverse range of individuals.
• Must possess a responsive communication and management style that fosters team relationships and effectively communicates information.
• Proactive; must be willing to seek out new methods and new principles and be willing to incorporate them into existing practices.
• Must possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action.
• Creative problem solver; able to meet challenges head on and balance the big picture with the attention to detail.
• Achievement-oriented; effectively manages projects, priorities, and programs within budget and by deadline.
• Conflict management skills; must possess the patience, tact, and cheerful disposition to deal with difficult situations and personalities.

Physical Requirements of the Position
This position will operate out of a normal office environment. Travel is required, primarily in metropolitan Chicago. Evening and weekend work will be required during tax season (January thru April) and may be necessary at other times of the year.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 567 W. Lake St., Ste 1150 Chicago, IL 60661

Contact: Cheryl Travers, Human Resources Business Partner, jobs2@economicprogress.org, (312) 252-0280

Description: 


Position Description

The Center for Economic Progress (CEP) is seeking an outgoing and highly motivated individual to lead, grow, and strengthen CEP’s existing volunteer program, which currently recruits and manages over 800 program-based volunteers who provide more than 26,000 hours of service annually. The manager will cultivate strong relationships with community, faith-based and non-profit organizations, professional associations and corporate partners, ensuring CEP as their volunteer organization of choice. S/he will oversee current volunteer programs and will collaborate with cross-departmental teams to increase the effective use of volunteers throughout the agency. The manager serves as part of the Program Leadership Team, ensuring high-quality, meaningful volunteer inclusion in CEP’s programs and service delivery models.

CEP provides free tax preparation, tax-related legal assistance and financial coaching services that assist low-income clients in accessing significant financial resources, improving their credit status and building savings. Annually the CEP staff and 800 volunteers provide high-quality tax preparation and tax-related legal and financial services to over 20,000 clients in Chicago and surrounding communities.

Position Duties
• In coordination with CEP Leadership and Program Directors, develop and oversee a volunteer recruitment and retention plan that dovetails with program needs and seeks to increase engagement and deepen relationships with individuals, new target audiences and affiliated organizations. Inform service delivery design strategies to incorporate volunteer needs and best practices to ensure a positive, substantial experience for volunteers.

• Benchmark and develop best practices, comparing with external peer organizations. Work with CEP Leadership and Program Directors to drive innovation across the volunteer program.

• Design and implement a comprehensive intern and fellowship program that helps fill critical program needs while creating meaningful opportunities for interns and fellows.

• Working with the CEO, Director of Community Building and the Development team, develop strong relationships within the community and corporate sector to foster a positive image such that companies and volunteers will make CEP the volunteer organization of choice. Represent the organization in public meetings and presentations.

• Lead and manage collaborative volunteer partnerships (traditional and nontraditional, internal and external) by identifying, creating and promoting a continuum of volunteer engagement that aligns with CEP’s strategic objectives.

• Leverage volunteerism to bring new supporters to our organization and to improve our relevancy with current supporters; this includes staying up-to-date on matched giving opportunities, to include: (1) identifying businesses and corporations that have matched giving programs, (2) encouraging all CEP volunteers with work-based matched giving programs to participate, and (3) developing a plan to increase volunteer recruitment efforts at businesses and corporations with matched giving opportunities in mind.

• Train full-time and seasonal staff on how to effectively work with volunteers and interns. Works to establish a culture that supports and celebrates volunteerism.

• Mobilize and manage volunteers through a comprehensive online volunteer database and relationship management system.

• Working with key program staff, oversee the coordination of volunteer and intern training, orientation sessions, and recognition activities and events at CEP and off-site community locations, and ensure the planning and implementation reflects our brand and overall goals for expansion in service delivery.

• Provide effective leadership in the development of volunteers, and ensure that all volunteers are adequately trained and constantly communicated with regarding opportunities, resources, and agency processes.

• Develop and execute metrics and reporting program for recruitment goals, demand fulfillment, volunteer hours of key individuals, and the value of volunteer hours quarterly and annually using a dashboard. Complete routine compliance reports as needed.

• Evaluate and continuously improve the volunteer program using data and qualitative feedback from individual participants.

• Supervise assigned staff, including recruitment and selection.

• Develop a budget and maintains accurate financial records.

• Pursue professional development opportunities; stay abreast of relevant changes in the volunteer sector and communicate to senior staff

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed above


Job Title: Health Aide

Company: Albany Park Community Center

Website: Albany Park Community Center

Experience: •High school diploma required.
•Data entry experience preferred.
•Bilingual Spanish preferred.

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Job Location: 5101 N. Kimball Chicago, IL 60625

Contact: Eva Volin, Center Director, evolin@apcc-chgo.org, (773) 433-3703

Description: Albany Park Community Center, an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer, is seeking a full-time Health Aide for its Head Start Program located at 5101 N. Kimball Chicago, IL 60625.

Work Schedule:
•Full-time
•Monday – Friday

Examples of Duties and Responsibilities:
1.Maintains appropriate paperwork:
•Ensures children’s health records are complete on paper and maintained in the FSS COPA database systems.
•Maintains statistical and narrative (case notes) records for individual contacts with children and families.
2.Assesses and monitors children’s general patterns of growth and development:
•Assists in annual growth measurements (heights and weights) of children.
•Assists in annual hearing and vision screenings and any needed follow-up for children.
•Maintains open communication and meets with family service workers and supervisor to insure each child’s health needs are met.
4.Refers children and families for appropriate services:
•Prepares forms and refers children for any needed medical and dental follow-up services needed.
•Documents any referred services received by children and families, including ongoing medical and dental services in COPA.
•Works cooperatively and in conjunction with families and professional service providers to ensure accessible services.
4.Assists in the referral process of children with possible special needs:
•Enters developmental screenings into COPA and ensures the screening results for children in the referral range are given to the Disabilities Coordinator.
5.Participates in the implementation of the program’s recruitment plan.
6.Encourages parent participation:
•Assists in the planning and implementation of parent activities, particularly in health related areas.
•Assists in the orientation of parents to the program.
7.Maintains and monitors first aid kit supplies.
8.Participates in appropriate professional development opportunities.


How to Apply: Send cover letter and resume to: Head Start Program Fax: (773) 866-1617 Email: headstart@apcc-chgo.org


Job Title: Wealth Advisor Associate

Company: New Planner Recruiting, LLC

Website: New Planner Recruit, LLC

Experience: 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• B.A. or B.S. degree from accredited four-year university.
• Experience in financial planning and wealth management is preferred, but not required.
• Prior tax experience is desirable.
• Basic understanding of investment and financial planning strategies for high-net-worth clients.
• Someone who absolutely lives for the details.
• Superior knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
• Show confidence, yet in a humble manner, when dealing with clients and firm Senior Wealth Advisors

Salary: $60,000-90,000

Job Location: Chicago, IL

Contact: Adam Ley, Recruiter, aley@newplannerrecruiting.com, 1-888-666-1021

Description: We are a fee-only wealth management firm in Evanston, IL seeking a Wealth Advisor Associate to join our growing organization. We are interested in you if you have an accounting and/or tax background and want to transition into wealth management; want to learn the business and our company from the ground up; do not want to market and cold call for clients, but do want to be involved with making a direct impact on clients’ lives; and want to work your way up our advisory career ladder. Candidates that fit into our firm and culture will desire to be in a fiduciary wealth management RIA environment, have a true passion for financial planning as their career calling, and are committed to a fulfilling work/life balance.
We specialize in wealth management using a customized approach for high-net-worth individuals, doctors, lawyers, consultants, and entertainers. We are currently seeking a dedicated team player, who is eager to learn and contribute to our company. Our Wealth Advisor Associate position requires a bright, hard-working, goal-oriented, self-motivated, passionate, personable, and professional individual.
Initial Financial Planning Responsibilities and Activities:
• Work with Senior Wealth Advisors to prepare all financial planning aspects of pre-client meeting activities, such as preparation of meeting agendas net worth and cash flow reports, as well as post-client meeting tasks, such as developing meeting notes, performing financial situation analyses, and coordinating planning implementation with outside professionals, if necessary.
• Meet with clients and anticipate their needs/questions and address, as necessary.
• On a daily basis, prepare investment allocations and trades, as clients deposit and withdraw funds.
• Perform investment research, place trades, and develop asset allocation plans.
• Prepare tax projections and returns.

Benefits:
• Qualifies for new CFP Board 2-year Apprenticeship work experience requirement
• Competitive salary with incentives based on firm client retention, revenue, client and profit growth
• Company-paid health insurance
• Retirement plan
• Educational reimbursement (continued education, conference attendance, etc.)
• Paid licensing dues
• Mentorship and Learning Opportunities from three experienced Senior Wealth Advisors

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed above


Job Title: Staff Accountant

Company: Rose Pest Solution

Website: Rose Pest Solution

Experience: 

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business.
  • Strong understanding of general ledger, debits and credits
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office
  • Must have strong organizational, analytical, and time-management skills.
  • Must have excellent written and oral communication skills

Salary: $43,000 per year

Job Location: 414 Frontage Rd Northfield, IL 60093

Contact: Daniel Yunez, Controller, d.yunez@rosepestcontrol.com, (847) 441-8300

Description: 

Our Corporate Office located in Northfield, IL is in need of a highly self-motivated, driven individual committed to providing a superior level of support and assistance. The ideal candidate, who will report directly to the CEO and Controller, should have a strong accounting background, be proficient with Microsoft Office, have sharp organizational skills, and be able to prioritize multiple tasks/projects.

Responsibilities:
- Process monthly balance sheet reconciliations, bank reconciliations, and reoccurring entries
- Assist in preparing and analyzing monthly, quarterly, and year-end financial statements
- Multi-branch billing and invoicing
- File monthly sales tax return
- Manage accounts payable and accounts receivable
- Investigate and correct any invoice discrepancies
- Answer branch questions regarding day to day procedures and database functionality
- HR and employee benefits coordination
- Assist CEO/CFO with general office duties and other management approved tasks

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed


Job Title: Customer Relations Representative

Company: State Farm Insurance

Website: State Farm Insurance

Experience: 

•Sales experience (outside sales or inside sales representative, retail sales associate, or telemarketing) preferred
•Interest in marketing products and services based on customer needs
•Organizational skills
•Self-motivated
•Ability to multi-task
•Bilingual - Spanish preferred
•Property & Casualty license (must be able to obtain)

Salary: $30,000- $40,000

Job Location: 1923 W Chicago Ave Chicago , IL 60622

Contact: Michelle Starks, Michelle Starks, michelle@michellestarks.com, (312) 580-1000

Description: 

•Develop leads, schedule appointments, identify customer needs, and market appropriate products and services.
•Provide prompt, accurate, and friendly customer service. Service can include responding to inquiries regarding insurance availability, eligibility, coverages, policy changes, transfers, claim submissions, and billing clarification.
•Use a customer-focused, needs-based review process to educate customers about insurance options.

How to Apply: Send resume and cover letter to the contact listed above