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    AmyJ
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    I have a bunch to share.

    Technical Support Analysts – Dublin – 6 month contracts.

    UI/UX Designers – Dublin – 6+ month contracts. Focusing on mobile web applications and accessibility.

    Identity Management Engineers – Dublin – 3-6 month contracts.

    I’m also always recruiting for business analysts, project analysts/managers and networking/server administrators.

    Send me a PM for details. We offer full benefits for all contract openings as well!

    #354498
    rus
    rus
    Participant

    I had to go look up ‘identity management engineer’. So that’s what they’re calling the people who run the AD/LDAP boxen…

    #354499
    crsimp01
    crsimp01
    Participant

    When I hear of an opening..anywhere…I post it on here and elsewhere, I don’t believe there is a general, single posting on openings..but it makes sense. I dropped you a line Amy..let me (and us) know..thanks.

    #354500

    Moz
    Member

    Customer Account Representative – This position is responsible for proactive communication and order fulfillment processing for all customer purchase orders. Ensures delivery of excellent customer service through quick and accurate processing of orders, communication, and coordination with other departments to promote the goal: operational excellence and the mission: 4RWE. Builds and maintains professional business relationships with customers by providing prompt and accurate service to promote customer loyalty.

    Maintenance Technician – This person will be responsible for maintaining all of our facility’s equipment to ensure optimal operations.

    Ideal candidates will have a high school diploma or GED and a minimum of 3 years experience in equivalent or similar capacity. Working knowledge of material conveying system to include, pneumatic conveying systems, extrusion processing, mechanical presses and air compressors, preferred. Flexibility to work day or night shift, 8hr or 12hr shift and alternating weekends, required.

    PM me for more details. I don’t work in HR, but we are most definitely hiring for these positions. I also have more detailed job descriptions if you want it.

    #354501
    Anne Evans
    Anne Evans
    Keymaster

    The GVS is seeking applicants for a part-time, seasonal Event Coordinator position. Candidates will assist in the planning and management of several signature GVS events: Village Valuables, Caretakers of a Legacy, the GVS Annual Meeting, and Haus & Garten Pre-Tour and Tour. The position will require 20 hours per week, and will run through June 30, 2010, with the possibility of extension. The Event Coordinator will be responsible for serving as a liaison between the GVS Board of Trustees, staff and various volunteer committees, and will coordinate all aspects of event operations, including volunteer management, sponsor and vendor relations, and oversight of on-site activities. Candidates should have previous experience in event planning and management, should have excellent communication and organizational skills, and should be willing and able to work independently. Interested candidates should submit a resume electronically to [email protected] by March 26, 2010. A start date no later than April 5, 2010 is desired.

    #354502

    TaraK
    Participant

    Title: Career Coach
    Specialization: Basic Needs
    Work Area/Department: Workforce Development
    Reports to: Assistant Director, Workforce Development
    Exempt Status: N/A – part time Date Created: 2-15-10

    I. Purpose: To provide crisis intervention, goal setting, linkages to community resources, support, and education to adults in Workforce Development programs to ensure continued participation, successful transition to higher education and living wage employment.

    II. Essential Responsibilities
    A. Providing crisis intervention services to Workforce Development program participants as
    needed. This includes:
    1. Assessing the situation
    2. Making appropriate linkages to community resources to address the crisis
    3. Arranging transportation, if needed (may include providing transportation).

    B. Assisting a caseload of participants in setting and achieving goals leading to living wage
    employment. This includes:
    1. Conducting assessments of strengths and barriers
    2. Setting goals to address barriers to participation and employment
    3. Creating a plan to achieve goals leading to living wage employment and setting goals to achieve incremental steps toward that goal
    4. Maintain list of community resources and appropriately linking students to resources
    5. Providing crisis intervention services as needed
    6. Coordinating and facilitating modules on barriers, behavior change, transitioning to
    employment &/or higher education as needed
    7. Promoting higher education, employment and wealth building (IDAs, home
    ownership, savings accounts, debt reduction)
    8. Coordinating service with instructors, business consultants and other Workforce
    Development staff to ensure seamless services for participants and prevent duplication
    of effort
    9. Providing regular job placement and job retention contact and support
    10. Tracking goal attainment and timeframes

    C. Maintaining an area of specialization. Basic Needs includes:
    1. Creating and maintaining a current list of resources for participants
    2. Facilitating dialogue with participants on mental health and/or chemical dependency issues and addressing issues quickly to get participants back on track with goals
    3. Determining appropriate resources and organizations with specific expertise areas
    4. Establishing strong and collaborative working relationships with community agencies

    D. Spending time in the classroom as needed to build relationships and observe participant
    behavior

    E. Assisting with Registration and Orientation sessions

    F. Safely and promptly transporting clients to and from Agency in Agency vehicle. This includes:
    1. Maintaining control over conduct of passengers in a pleasant and professional manner, including enforcing any vehicle rules;
    2. Monitoring proper levels of oil, fuel, tire pressure and coolants, etc. in agency vehicles before transporting clients;

    G. Record keeping, cleaning and special events. This includes:
    1. Maintaining proper paper and electronic documentation of individual and group
    interactions with participants in a manner that meets agency needs, passes audits and
    complies with state and federal laws
    2. Submitting reports as required by funding sources, Supervisor or Director
    3. Cleaning office area and/ or classroom space on a rotating schedule with department staff
    4. Assisting in special projects, such as graduation ceremonies, as assigned

    H. Spends a minimum of 50% of hours working with or on behalf of clients

    III. Other Responsibilities
    Attends Agency and community committee meetings as assigned;
    Assists in executing special projects (i.e., graduations, research, etc.) as assigned;
    Provides supervision and guidance to student interns;
    Communicates with, and coordinates Agency services, with other agencies;
    Participates in professional development and training;
    Performs other duties as assigned.

    IV. Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
    • Works independently with minimal supervision. Follows instructions given by supervisor. Reports important information to supervisor and asks questions as needed from a variety of sources. Does not regularly interact with supervisor to seek approval, clarification, or additional information after initial assignment is given. Completes assignments and responsibilities on time without being reminded.
    • Information Management. Uses technology to manage the exchange of information. Can use applicable computer hardware and software programs, such as Word and Excel. Understand the data collection process and how to retrieve and share this information. Provides timely information in user-friendly formats. Embraces productive new technologies to improve productivity.
    • Detail Orientation. Pays close attention to the details of work product in order to eliminate all errors and meet the highest possible standards. Proofreads work to correct any errors before submitting work product.
    • Professionalism. Regularly demonstrates a high level of integrity through direct, open, honest and ethical communication with others. Fosters an ethical environment. Assumes personal responsibility. Shows discretion when appropriate or required. Maintains confidentiality of client and agency information.
    • Listens. Uses effective listening skills to maintain self-esteem and respond with empathy to the feelings and needs of others, including the use of active listen skills (summarizing, reflecting, not interrupting, etc.) to demonstrate understanding and sensitivity. Pays attention when others speak. Gives cues of interest. Summarizes and paraphrases ideas of others to show active listening.
    • Time Management/Multi-tasking. Accomplishes goals through establishing priorities and organizing workload to meet deadlines in a timely fashion. Manages time wisely and to effectively prioritize multiple, competing tasks despite frequent interruptions.
    • Maintains a positive attitude while meeting goals even in the face of significant obstacles and uncooperative people. Communicates confidence to others. Is not distracted by negativity. Demonstrates a sense of humor and perspective about setbacks.
    • Client Focus. Views the agency’s services through the eyes of agency clients to anticipate and meet client needs. Constantly seeks information and understanding regarding service and market trends in order to satisfy client expectations. Is motivated by client expectations. Solicits client feedback.
    • Consistency. Maintains the same high standards for each assignment as the last. Ensures that protocols and standards established during prior assignments and tasks are followed until instructed otherwise. Appearance of work product is predictable based on prior accomplishments. Reviews completed assignments before submitting them to ensure that instructions were followed.
    • Community Resources. Able to quickly and accurately assess adult learners’ basic needs—food, clothing, shelter, childcare, transportation, mental health, physical, chemical dependency, self-esteem. Demonstrates knowledge of community resources and/or ability to quickly acquire such expertise. Maintains resource list to ensure linkages to community resources are made for students as needed.

    V. Work Experience and Education
    Requires a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field, a valid drivers’ license with no major or DUI offenses in last five years and a LSW, PC, or CCDC II credential. Two years experience working with central city adult job seekers is preferred. Experience working with adult learners with special needs preferred. Requires general knowledge of office equipment and word processing software programs (i.e., Microsoft word, excel, outlook). Also requires Mental Health and Chemical Dependency assessment experience.

    Title: GED/ABLE Classroom Aide/Driver
    Work Area/Department: Workforce Development
    Reports to: GED Supervisor/Instructor
    Exempt Status: Non-exempt/Part-time Date Revised: 1/20/2010

    I. Purpose: To provide classroom, transportation, and administrative support to the GED/ABLE Program.

    II. Essential Responsibilities
    A. Assists in classroom. This includes:
    1. Serving as an aide to instructor during instructional time;
    2. Monitoring students using computer lab for online learning;
    3. Tutoring students as assigned;
    4. Proctoring standardized tests.

    B. Safely and promptly transports clients to and from Agency for training in Agency vehicle. This includes:
    1 Maintaining control over conduct of passengers in a pleasant and professional manner, including enforcing any vehicle rules;
    2. Monitoring proper levels of oil, fuel, tire pressure and coolants, etc. in agency vehicles before transporting clients;

    C. Provides clerical and administrative support for the GED/ ABLE program. This includes:
    1. Assisting in the maintenance of student classroom portfolios;
    2. Organizing class supplies and helping to keep classroom space conducive to learning;
    3. Assisting in special projects, such as graduation ceremonies, as assigned;
    4. Making copies;
    5. Cleaning office area and/ or classroom space on a rotating schedule with department staff.

    III. Other Responsibilities
    Perform other duties as assigned;
    Attend Agency and community meetings as assigned.

    IV. Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
    • Works independently with minimal supervision. Follows instructions given by supervisor. Reports important information to supervisor and asks questions as needed from a variety of sources. Does not regularly interact with supervisor to seek approval, clarification, or additional information after initial assignment is given. Completes assignments and responsibilities on time without being reminded.
    • Information Management. Uses technology to manage the exchange of information. Can use applicable computer hardware and software programs, such as Word and Excel. Understand the data collection process and how to retrieve and share this information. Provides timely information in user-friendly formats. Embraces productive new technologies to improve productivity.
    • Detail Orientation. Pays close attention to the details of work product in order to eliminate all errors and meet the highest possible standards. Proofreads work to correct any errors before submitting work product.
    • Professionalism. Regularly demonstrates a high level of integrity through direct, open, honest and ethical communication with others. Fosters an ethical environment. Assumes personal responsibility. Shows discretion when appropriate or required. Maintains confidentiality of client and agency information.
    • Listens. Uses effective listening skills to maintain self-esteem and respond with empathy to the feelings and needs of others, including the use of active listen skills (summarizing, reflecting, not interrupting, etc.) to demonstrate understanding and sensitivity. Pays attention when others speak. Gives cues of interest. Summarizes and paraphrases ideas of others to show active listening.
    • Time Management/Multi-tasking. Accomplishes goals through establishing priorities and organizing workload to meet deadlines in a timely fashion. Manages time wisely and to effectively prioritize multiple, competing tasks despite frequent interruptions.
    • Maintains a positive attitude while meeting goals even in the face of significant obstacles and uncooperative people. Communicates confidence to others. Is not distracted by negativity. Demonstrates a sense of humor and perspective about setbacks.
    • Client Focus. Views the agency’s services through the eyes of agency clients to anticipate and meet client needs. Constantly seeks information and understanding regarding service and market trends in order to satisfy client expectations. Is motivated by client expectations. Solicits client feedback.
    • Consistency. Maintains the same high standards for each assignment as the last. Ensures that protocols and standards established during prior assignments and tasks are followed until instructed otherwise. Appearance of work product is predictable based on prior accomplishments. Reviews completed assignments before submitting them to ensure that instructions were followed.

    V. Work Experience and Education
    Requires a high school diploma or equivalent and valid drivers’ license with no major or DUI offenses in last five years. Candidate with experience working with adult learners with special needs is preferred. Requires general knowledge of office equipment and word processing software programs (i.e., Microsoft word, excel, outlook).

    Title: Workforce Development Intake and Operations Supervisor
    Work Area/Department: Workforce Development
    Reports to: Director of Workforce Development
    Exempt Status: Exempt Date Revised: 1/21/10

    I. Purpose: Manages marketing, outreach and engagement processes and initiatives to ensure a steady pool of potential program participants. Coordinates registration, orientation and eligibility determination to ensure a steady flow of well-suited program participants who meet program eligibility standards. Manages administrative functions to ensure smooth departmental operations. Supervises staff and volunteers to ensure job responsibilities are fulfilled. Effectively interface with and foster a spirit of collaboration among Workforce Development staff and programs.

    II. Essential Responsibilities
    A. Control all aspects of Workforce Development marketing and recruitment. This includes:
    1. Representing Guild at recruitment events;
    2. Maintaining updated distribution plan and coordinating distribution;
    3. Maintaining up-to-date marketing materials;
    4. Returning client calls in a timely manner;
    5. Writing professional promotional pieces for newsletters;
    6. Coordinating efforts with Guild and partner work in the neighborhood.

    B. Oversee and manage registration, orientation and eligibility determination for all Workforce
    Development programs. This includes:
    1. Scheduling (staff, space, events);
    2. Supervising the process and preparation of paperwork;
    3. Determining eligibility and managing eligibility determination;
    4. Completing TABE online registration and report generation;
    5. Evaluating and improving the process.

    C. Perform, manage and oversee Workforce Development administrative functions. This
    includes:
    1. Maintaining Master Department Calendar;
    2. Managing Database Implementation and Ongoing Monitoring;
    3. Scheduling (rooms, vans, contractors, programs);
    4. Compiling and submitting reports to funders, Director, Supervisors, Staff and Partners;
    5. Ordering supplies;
    6. Tracking and monitoring finances and remaining within budget;
    7. Printing participant certificates;
    8. Managing special events;
    9. Overseeing management of all hard copy participant files (supervising set up, maintenance
    and auditing, checking that all necessary paperwork is completed for audit purposes and
    ensuring staff follow established data management protocol for the protection of client
    confidential information).

    D. Supervise administrative, recruitment, registration, data entry and work study staff
    1. Making hiring recommendations, orienting, training and evaluating employees;
    2. Scheduling and delegating tasks;
    3. Conducting weekly or bi-weekly supervision meetings with direct report(s) and
    documenting sessions;
    4. Authorizing vacation and sick time requests while maintaining quality, timely services;
    5. Conducting team meetings.

    III. Other Responsibilities
    Attends Agency and community committee meetings as assigned;
    Assists in executing special projects (i.e., graduations, research, etc.) as assigned;
    Communicates with, and coordinates Agency services, with other agencies;
    Participates in professional development and training;
    Performs other duties as assigned.

    IV. Skills, Knowledge and Abilities
    • Works independently with minimal supervision. Follows instructions given by supervisor. Reports important information to supervisor and asks questions as needed from a variety of sources. Does not regularly interact with supervisor to seek approval, clarification, or additional information after initial assignment is given. Completes assignments and responsibilities on time without being reminded.
    • Multi-Tasking/Time Management. Balances competing demands from various projects and individuals during working hours while maintaining progress on each project and assignment. Progress towards meeting deadlines is not significantly diminished by frequent interruptions or other demands. Prioritizes assignments and responsibilities with knowledge of competing demands. Delegates or seeks assistance as needed.
    • Embraces and is sensitive to cross-cultural differences. Accepts and respects cultural differences. Demonstrates the capacity for cultural self-assessment. Is conscious of the dynamics inherent when cultures interact.
    • Effective Communication. Speaks clearly and appropriately to the intended audience in both formal and informal settings. Expresses appropriate gestures and non-verbal communication. Remains focused on point at hand during communication. Listens and reacts to questions by other appropriately. Uses effective listening skills to maintain self-esteem and respond with empathy to the feelings and needs of others, including the use of active listen skills (summarizing, reflecting, not interrupting, etc.) to demonstrate understanding and sensitivity. Pays attention when others speak. Gives cues of interest. Summarizes and paraphrases ideas of others to show active listening.
    • Information Management. Uses technology to manage the exchange of information. Can use applicable computer hardware and software programs, such as Word and Excel. Understand the data collection process and how to retrieve and share this information. Provides timely information in user-friendly formats. Embraces productive new technologies to improve productivity.
    • Composure. Maintains composure and effective performance under stress and/or opposition (such as tight deadlines, unscheduled disruptions or delays, interpersonal conflict or lack of job or task clarity). Demonstrates emotions appropriate to the situation and continues performing steadily and effectively. Shows patience with others. Responds calmly to stressful or trying circumstances.
    • Results Orientation. Takes necessary action to achieve or exceed assigned goals. Is dedicated to achieving desired results without compromising the Agency’s values or procedures. Conveys a sense of urgency to make things happen. Respects the need to balance short- and long-term goals. Maintains energy to proceed at pace required to produce results. Values outcomes and desired results. Manages multiple tasks.
    • Mastering Change/Adaptability. Is flexible and open to learning new methods and ideas. Embraces change and is willing to modify own behavior and apply new learning when appropriate and necessary to achieve the Agency’s goals. Deals effectively with ambiguity and lack of clear directions. Quickly adapts to new situations. Has a sense of humor.
    • Detail Orientation. Pays close attention to the details of work product in order to eliminate all errors and meet the highest possible standards. Reviews work to correct any errors before submitting work product.
    • Consistency. Maintains the same high standards for each assignment as the last. Ensures that protocols and standards established during prior assignments and tasks are followed until instructed otherwise. Appearance of work product is predictable based on prior accomplishments. Reviews completed assignments before submitting them to ensure that instructions were followed.

    V. Work Experience and Education
    Requires a Bachelor’s degree and a valid drivers’ license with ability to be insured (i.e., no major or DUI offenses in prior five years). 2 years of administrative and supervision experience preferred. Must type 60 + words per minute and possess strong attention to detail. Must have excellent leadership, relationship development and problem-solving skills. Requires knowledge of Microsoft word processing and database programs, including Excel, Access, Word, Outlook, and Publisher. Prior experience in workforce development program is preferred. Must be able to work some evenings and weekends.

    #354503

    TaraK
    Participant

    Job Description

    Job Title: Clinician
    Program: Wilderness Bond

    Summary: Provides direct service for the Wilderness Bond Program including subcontracted services for social service agencies. Services include individual, group and family adventure counseling and some outpatient counseling. Duties include provision of counseling services, facilitation of therapeutic adventure groups, documentation, program development, and support of Camp Mary Orton. Represents Godman Guild, Camp Mary Orton and Wilderness Bond to the community.

    Major Duties:
    1. Provide individual, group and family adventure counseling; provision and oversight of therapeutic adventure interventions.
    2. Coordinates with contracting agencies to determine needs, set up appropriate schedules and insure a positive, collaborative working relationship.
    3. Responsible for completing paperwork and documentation of program activities in a professional manner that meets standards; takes responsibility for program monitoring and evaluation.
    4. Support GGA/CMO as needed with GGA/CMO events, LCC groups, CMO Rental functions, maintenance, logistics, and committees.
    5. Subcontract with other nonprofit agencies for provision of behavioral health counseling or CPST services for individuals, families or groups.
    6. Other duties as assigned by Camp Mary Orton Director or Wilderness Bond Supervisor.
    7. Report directly to Wilderness Bond Supervisor.

    Conditions/Qualifications:
    1. MSW or equivalent degree
    2. Licensed Social Worker or equivalent
    3. Good written and verbal communication skills
    4. Certified or able to obtain certification within 4 months of hire in all adventure activities at Camp Mary Orton
    5. Attain and maintain WFR Certification
    6. Direct service in outdoor adventure technologies
    7. Full time 40 hours per week, exempt position; evening and non-traditional hours will be required
    8. Must be physically and mentally able to participate in and lead expedition activities, including backpacking, climbing, rappelling and caving experiences
    9. Essential job functions include ability to lift 50 lbs, walk long distances (up to 10 miles per day) carrying a 50 lb backpack, effectively perform rescues on the high ropes course, and perform physical labor in all weather conditions

    #354504

    catnfiddle
    Participant

    I posted this separately under https://www.columbusunderground.com/forums/topic/developer-and-educational-job-openings-at-ecot, but the list of job openings has increased. My school needs:

    HS Science Teacher
    Software Developer II
    ETL Developer
    Assistive Technology/IT Analyst
    Principals and Assistant Principals (2010-2011)
    School Psychologist
    Junior Software Developer

    Info on each position is available at http://www.ecotohio.org/home.php?section=careers

    #354505

    bman
    Participant

    Safelite AutoGlass is hiring call center employees in Dublin, at least that is what I am hearing from a friend who is a recruiter in town.

    #354506

    AmyJ
    Participant

    This project is expected to last 30 days or so. $17/hr. Located in Dublin.

    The selected candidate will perform the following duties:
    – Validate file names of product images
    – Modify file names of product images to adhere to standard file name formats
    – Convert existing image file formats, e.g. BMP, GIF, PDF, DOC, into JPEG format

    Required Skills and Experience:
    – Familiarity with some, or all, of the flowing file formats: BMP, GIF, PDF, and/or DOC
    – Experience with converting files to JPEG
    – Minimum of 1 year IT experience

    #354507

    For all of you college students, the OSU Dining Services has some current & some forthcoming openings. http://diningservices.osu.edu/jobs/

    #354508
    crsimp01
    crsimp01
    Participant

    Latest posting I received from the job openings daily email I set up from indeed.com
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    Marketing Intern
    TWO MEN AND A TRUCK – Westerville, OH
    Marketing Intern to help us implement our marketing… with customer relations, Delivering marketing materials to referral sources, Tracking marketing activities…
    From ColumbusInternships.com – 12:15 PM – save job, email, block, more…

    Director of Marketing
    White Castle – Columbus, OH
    execution of required marketing, advertising, promotional and public relations plans and strategies that… relations strategies and programs that are marketing…
    From LinkedIn.com – 1:02 PM – save job, email, block, more…

    VP, Visual Merchandising & Marketing
    Big Lots! – Columbus, OH
    and direct marketing needs at the SKU level. 5.Oversees the marketing budget for all in-store marketing. 6.Part of a team of marketing executives that…
    From Big Lots! – 3:53 PM – save job, email, block, more…

    Fundraising Coordinator
    BOGO Media – Columbus, OH
    will secure local merchants by offering a place on the BOGO Card, plus a great marketing “mini-site” that costs the business nothing. Then we reach out to local… $50,000 a year
    From Sales Gravy – 8:16 PM – save job, email, block, more…

    Junior Marketing / Advertising – Full Training
    Exclusive Promotions – Columbus, OH
    Marketing and Advertising firm has entry level management training and marketing positions available for… media sticking to a grass roots approach in marketing…
    From CareerBuilder – 1:31 PM – save job, email, block, more…

    Marketing Assistant
    Highlights for Children – Columbus, OH
    Marketing Assistant This position is responsible for… administrative support to Director of Integrated Marketing. * Perform duties as assigned by Supervisor and…
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    Marketing Representative
    Apex Energy Solutions – Columbus, OH
    market our company and build interest in our products. Having experience in marketing and/or sales is a plus however; we offer extensive training to those who…
    From FindJobs4u.com – 7:10 PM – save job, email, block, more…

    Manager, Restaurant Division Marketing
    Bob Evans Farms, Inc. – Columbus, OH
    as well as seasonal marketing support including in… preferably marketing or related field .Minimum of 5 years experience in a marketing environment. All…
    From HospitalityJobsite.com – 7:38 PM – save job, email, block, more…

    Marketing – eCommerce Specialist Position
    nFinanSe – Columbus, OH
    nFinanSe is looking for some up-and-coming, marketing super stars at your school. Are you a social butterfly, outgoing, responsible, creative, ambitious or just…
    From CollegeHelpers.com – 4:25 AM – save job, email, block, more…

    Marketing Representative
    US Remodelers – Columbus, OH
    Marketing Representative… In-Store Marketing Representatives Wanted!!! Direct marketing… opportunity to use your marketing and communication… $10 an hour
    From SnagAJob.com – 4:57 AM – save job, email, block, more…

    Leasing/Marketing Specialist
    Woda Construction Inc – Westerville, OH
    Regional property management company seeks leasing/marketing specialist. Company manages 5,000 tax credit apartments in 10 states. Position will be resident in…
    From Monster – 12:21 AM – save job, email, block, more…

    Marketing Reps – Full & Part Time!
    U.S. Home Systems – Columbus, OH
    In-Store Marketing Representatives Wanted!!! ­ Direct marketing – Appointment Setters What We Offer… opportunity to use your marketing and communication… $10 an hour
    From CareerBuilder – 1:25 PM – save job, email, block, more…

    Business Project Manager-Marketing
    The Mergis Group – Columbus, OH
    Experience with marketing initiatives and customer… profiles, targeting, identifying sales and marketing opportunities. Qualified candidates should send…
    From The Mergis Group – 3:52 PM – save job, email, block, more…

    Digital Editor
    Pearson Education–Higher Education International & Professional – Columbus, OH
    on the development of media assets that can be scaled across multiple platform products ‘Work with the media project managers and media production to manage the…
    From Pearson Education – 8:33 PM – save job, email, block, more…

    Unit Coord
    Riverside Methodist Hospital – Columbus, OH
    Description : OhioHealth Marketing Statement No… care, registration, chart assembly and public relations activities related to patient care and unit…
    From Ohio Health – 6:30 AM – save job, email, block, more…

    Advanced Online Instructional Designer- Columbus, OH or San Antonio, TX
    JPMorgan Chase – Columbus, OH
    that includes course objectives, activities, simulation scenarios, graphic art/media, and valid/reliable assessments to meet course objectives. Position based…
    From JPMorgan Chase – 7:28 AM – save job, email, block, more…

    Web Producer
    Express Fashion – Columbus, OH
    Assist Marketing team in finding and selecting appropriate features and content for Express.com to increase traffic and revenues. ? Work with Marketing staff to…
    From Express Fashion – 6:41 PM – save job, email, block, more…

    Staff RN
    Grant Medical Center – Columbus, OH
    Grant Medical Center Job Type : 03/25/2010 Job Description : OhioHealth Marketing Statement No one does it alone, but individual efforts can definitely…
    From Ohio Health – 6:30 AM – save job, email, block, more…

    Medical Lab Tech Reg (ASCP)
    Grant Medical Center – Columbus, OH
    Grant Medical Center Job Type : 03/25/2010 Job Description : OhioHealth Marketing Statement No one does it alone, but individual efforts can definitely…
    From Ohio Health – 6:30 AM – save job, email, block, more…

    Secretary II
    Riverside Methodist Hospital – Columbus, OH
    Methodist Hospital Job Type : 03/25/2010 Job Description : OhioHealth Marketing Statement No one does it alone, but individual efforts can definitely…
    From Ohio Health – 6:30 AM – save job, email, block, more…

    #354509

    catnfiddle
    Participant

    Bumping this for those who are looking or who know of something. Keep the word of mouth going!

    #354510

    Mercurius
    Participant

    This is a decent listing of environmental NGO’s in the area:
    http://www.theoec.org/ResourceJobandGrantOpportunities.htm

    #354511
    crsimp01
    crsimp01
    Participant

    RT @DonsCarCare HIRING: Auto Tech – experience needed, certifications preferred & must have own tools. Call Don at 866-1200.

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