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    Ohio Support Services might be a good opportunity. Contract site security, including Downtown SID bike patrol.

    Walk into their office in German Village and fill out an application. bring a photo ID to do a quick on the spot interview and wait for background check to clear. I got a call back after a month and a half and they let me know a position was open, pay and hours and asked if I wanted to set up an interview.



    I have a one day project tomorrow in Grandview. Good way to make some extra cash AND it’s accessible by bus/bike for a lot of city dwellers. If you may know someone interested, please PM me for additional details. I need to fill these spots quickly!



    lifeontwowheels wrote >>
    Ohio Support Services might be a good opportunity. Contract site security, including Downtown SID bike patrol.
    Walk into their office in German Village and fill out an application. bring a photo ID to do a quick on the spot interview and wait for background check to clear. I got a call back after a month and a half and they let me know a position was open, pay and hours and asked if I wanted to set up an interview.

    BTW, if anyone does go down PM me first. If you tell them I sent you, I get a bonus if you are hired and work a set number of days.

    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans


    This just popped up in my email from Teachers-Teachers, an educator recruiting website. This might be perfect for someone:

    We are looking for an enthusiastic, personable, self-motivated individual to join our growing company. Teachers-Teachers.com is the nation’s leading teacher employment and recruitment website with over 1,700 school systems across the country to help them find and hire the best and brightest teachers. All of our employees work from home offices and enjoy the benefits of telecommuting. We are proud to be an efficient and and energy conscious company that provides a high quality of life for our employees.

    The Candidate Recruitment Specialist is a key role in the Teachers-Teachers.com Candidate Recruitment Team. Due to the special nature of this role, this person will interact with and support multiple departments in the company. Primarily, this person will oversee an extensive, multi-faceted, targeted marketing plan to increase the number of qualified candidates registering with the Teachers-Teachers.com service. He or she will also be responsible for contacting key individuals at colleges and universities to communicate the free job search service provided by Teachers-Teachers.com. In addition, he or she will work collaboratively with Teachers-Teachers.com State Account Managers in building relationships with state departments of education and providing formal updates to state department of education contacts. Finally, the Candidate Recruitment Specialist will work closely with the Candidate Recruitment Manager to establish relationships with education associations and represent Teachers-Teachers.com at national job fairs and conferences as needed.

    In the role of Candidate Recruitment Specialist, you will:

    – work with an extensive database of contacts at colleges and universities nationwide via phone and email, communicating the free job search service provided by Teachers-Teachers.com to their job seeking students and encouraging their use of our site,
    – offer and conduct online workshops/presentations with key college and university faculty and staff,
    – contribute to SEO marketing via establishing links and job board postings on college and university websites
    – manage a detailed campaign schedule,
    – track and record campaign progress,
    – provide quarter and annual report data/updates to state departments of education, via conference call and/or in-person meetings,
    – maintain up-to-date records and conduct necessary research to ensure all records are current, and
    – support the Candidate Recruitment Team as needed.

    The perfect candidate possesses strong project management and organizational skills, high motivation and persistence levels, and the ability to work on the phone and computer for extended periods of time. The person is friendly, engaging and likes to work independently. If this describes you, please take a moment to review the following requirements:

    Applicant Requirements:

    – Bachelor’s degree
    – Experience working with colleges and universities (specifically in a career center and/or academic department setting)
    – A minimum of three years of customer service, recruiting, marketing, training or management experience
    – Computer proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and in navigating the Internet
    – Comfortable with making formal presentations in person, via telephone and online
    – Ability to travel throughout the United States as necessary (approximately 4-6 times a year)
    – Ability and desire to work from home
    – Lives in Eastern or Central Time Zone states
    – Authorized to work in the United States

    Tech Requirements:

    – Owns a laptop or desktop personal computer (minimum 2.2GHz processor and 1 GB RAM)
    – Has high speed Internet access (DSL or cable modem)

    Base compensation is $36K. We also cover Internet, phone, travel, mailing expenses, and offer a competitive benefits package.

    If you want to be part of this exciting company, please email your cover letter and resume, with your name and job position title in the subject line, to [email protected].

    Teachers-Teachers.com does not discriminate in hiring on the basis of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, genetic identification, political affiliation, or disability or status in any other group protected by federal, state or local law in matters affecting employment.



    I wish I didn’t love my job so much because that sounds really interesting!

    Speaking of, I am looking to hire a part time staffing support person for my temporary staffing office. It will be a 2-3 day per week position, so ideal for someone in school or other business interests to pursue. Please send me a PM if you’d like additional details.



    Just got off the phone with my boss who mentioned this BIG opening:

    Director, Information Systems and Technology

    •Ensures users/customers are provided professional, courteous, and timely support/service.
    • Serve as the facilitator for the IT Steering Committee.
    • Plans and controls departmental staffing, development, organization, hardware and software acquisitions, and facilities to ensure that they are consistent with the business plan of the company.
    • Directs the design, development, and maintenance of systems, programs, and systems software to meet management and company’s information needs.
    • Establishes IT policies, standards, practices and security measures to ensure effective and consistent information processing operations and to safeguard information resources.
    • Administers the Department’s expense budget, within budgetary guidelines to contribute to cost-effective operation of the company.
    • Selects, develops, and motivates qualified staff to effectively carry out department functions.
    • Oversees a current department of 25 IT specialists.
    • Maintains knowledge of developments in the area of systems and hardware and incorporates new developments into the future systems of the company.
    • Develops programs and hardware systems along with staff to ensure cost-effective and current information system.



    We are looking for someone with small engine repair skills to work in our rental service department

    interested applicants can pick up an application from our store or pm us your email and we’ll email it to you.


    •Service and Maintain Rental Equipment
    •Consumer sales of rental equipment
    •Small engine repair for customers
    •Purchase repair parts as needed
    •Operate cash register as needed
    •Stock inventory as needed
    •Miscellaneous other retail duties as required


    •Small Engine Repair skills and experience
    •Briggs & Stratton Certification (preferred)
    •Adapts well to frequent change
    •Independent worker & self-starter
    •Strong customer service orientation
    •Sharp, fast paced learning abilities
    •Good Judgment
    •Attention to Detail
    •Ability to make good decisions in high stress situations
    •Ability to operate Cash register
    •Ability to lift Fifty Pounds
    •Strong Communication and verbal skills
    •Excellent organizational skills
    •Good judgment
    •Attention to detail
    •Ability to work weekends (preferred)

    compensation : dependent on experience



    Ever want to work for the biggest, best music retailer in the country?
    Positions are now available at our Guitar Center Columbus Location!

    We are seeking hardworking, motivated, and career minded people to fill the following positions:

    Operations Assistant, Full Time, sales support

    -This is a service position that requires strong attention to detail, problem solving skills, great attitude, and patience.
    -Position involves dealing with high volume customer traffic and ability to multitask and take direction on the fly.
    -Includes a large amount of warehouse work, which includes lifting 25lbs or more, unloading trucks, receiving and shipping, and inventory tracking.
    -Must be able to work on your feet for extended hours.
    -Hours will be Mon-Fri 8-5, but will eventually include a Saturday shift.

    -Must pass a criminal background check before hire.
    -Possibility of advancement to Operations Manager, after training period.
    -Willingness to relocate is a big plus toward advancement into the Ops Mgr position!
    -Pay is $9/hr

    We offer:
    -Great advancement opportunities
    -Vacation, Paid Sick Time, and medical/dental/vision for full time employees six months after hire.
    -Generous employee discounts on the best gear!
    -An awesome work environment!

    Apply online @ http://www.guitarcenter.com/careers/
    -Follow the link, choose the Columbus location, then “sales support” positions, and pick the “Operations Asst” job listing.
    -You will be prompted for all your info, take a short information gathering session, and requests for interviews will be made from those that pass this step of the application process only. (Logging off, or internet service disruptions that occur DURING this prescreening process will void your application and you will have to wait 30 days before trying again, so please make sure you have enough time and a good connection before beginning the process!)

    Calls/emails with requests for an interview will begin on Tuesday Aug 10th, and are CONTIGENT upon passing the online prescreening process.

    Call Josh Coy @ 614-436-2600, or [email protected], with any questions that are NOT answered in this ad, 10am-3pm Mon-Fri only.
    Guitar Center, we help people make music!


    Elizabeth Lessner

    Dirty Frank’s is hiring a bar manager:

    Dirty Frank’s Hot Dog Palace Front of House Manager Job Summary

    The Front of House Manager (FM) is responsible to the General Manager for assuring the successful day-to-day operations of the service floor and assuring superior customer service and experience.

    FM is responsible for:

    liquor, beer, wine and soft drink product management which includes ordering and inventory, and quality control.
    scheduling, supervision, training, daily management and periodic evalution of our front of house staff including monitoring labor and overseeing proper cash handling procedures.
    assuring that all relevant operational procedures are completed correctly by the front of house team.
    general initial equipment problem-solving as well as communication to GM about front of house equipment and facility needs.
    giving feedback to GM and KM about food product.
    FM is also responsible to carry out any other reasonable duties as may be notified by the GM or the Executive Team

    Job Requirements

    Must have extensive front of house experience. Management experience preferred.

    Must be ASK or TIPS trained or have other liquor safety training.

    Must be self-motivated, highly energetic, and enjoy working with people.

    Must be comfortable working in a high-traffic, high-stress environment.

    Must be able to communicate clearly and effectively in person and through email.

    Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and the Internet.

    Knowledge/experience withPOS systems preferred- specifically 2Touch or similar machines (Micros, PosiTouch, Aloha)

    Must have reliable transportation and an open/flexible schedule: willing to work nights/weekends or be on-call as needed.

    Must be able to meet our standards of management conduct on and off the clock.

    High school diploma or equivalent, with some college preferred.

    Please send resume with cover letter to [email protected]



    Just received in email. i’ve heard only good things about the Americorps program and opportunities it offers.

    Hello OHS,
    As you may be aware, the Ohio Historical Society has received a grant from the Ohio Community Service Council (OCSC). OCSC oversees the AmeriCorps grant program in the state of Ohio. AmeriCorps is considered the “domestic Peace Corps” where individuals serve in order to address national issues in the areas of education, healthy futures, economic opportunity, veterans/military families and the environment.
    AmeriCorps members pledge to get things done in local communities. In exchange for their service they earn a stipend, have health insurance, receive training and professional development, and can earn an AmeriCorps Education Award to further their education. OHS will be placing twenty members with partners at host sites around the state to serve on three initiatives: Preservation Corps, Technology Corps and the Civil War 150 Leadership Corps.

    We are looking for members to fill the twenty full-time positions. The term of service runs from October 1, 2010 to August 31, 2011. Contact Mary Cannon at 614-297-2392 or visit https://my.americorps.gov for more information and to complete the required online application. The application deadline is September 20, 2010.

    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans


    I know of a couple business development positions open. One in media sales and another in the employment services field. Both with base plus commissions. DM me if interested.



    Educator –
    Grange Insurance Audubon Center (Columbus)

    The mission of the Grange Insurance Audubon Center is to awaken and connect participants to the beauty of the natural world in the heart of Columbus and inspire environmental stewardship in their daily lives.


    The Educator for the Grange Insurance Audubon Center will develop, coordinate, supervise and implement all school and youth based programs. In addition, the position will work to provide family and adult programming. This position will assist with daily operations, as well as with program development, volunteer recruitment and training, fundraising and educational exhibits.

    Essential Functions

    Program Development

    * Oversee curriculum development.
    * Ensure all programs meet or exceed statewide standards/expectations, local school district curriculum requirements and Audubon guidelines/standards.
    * Cooperatively work with Director of Education to create a workable marketing and budgeting plan for education programs.
    * Work with Center Director and Director of Education to develop a strategic education plan for the Grange Insurance Audubon Center.
    * Develop and maintain partnerships with local schools.
    * Teach k-12 grade programs for neighborhood schools.
    * Assist in managing budget for educational programs.
    * Develop summer camps and programs to serve the neighborhood.
    * Maintain and develop partnerships as appropriate to the mission of the Center (schools, not-forprofits, businesses, etc.).
    * Assist in maintaining and acquiring of educational supplies and equipment.
    * Assist in fund raising efforts, including organizing events, seeking business sponsors, identifying and cultivating donors, and writing grants.
    * As needed, plan and implement environmental science, field research, natural history, and ecology programs for school groups, youth, family, college students, teachers and adults.

    Program Implementation

    * Teach school/youth programs in conjunction with other staff.
    * Develop relationships with schools, school districts, state and federal agencies, organizations and other entities as needed.
    * Create innovative partnerships that further Audubon’s education goals and leverages limited staff and financial resources.
    * Develop grants in cooperation with Center Director and Director of Development.
    * Implement marketing strategy.
    * Schedule education part-time staff, volunteers and interns.

    Additional Functions

    * Assist in training additional educational interns and volunteers.
    * Assist with driving duties for field trips.
    * Help coordinate special events.
    * Assist staff and volunteers in the daily operating and maintenance activities.
    * Represent Audubon at education conferences, meetings and advisory boards.
    * Assist with writing articles for the E-newsletter, newsletter, and other print media.
    * Meet all operation and program goals.
    * Meet all assigned deadlines.
    * Meet all administrative and reporting standards.
    * Assist with the overall design and development of the Grange Insurance Audubon Center.
    * Assist with other general duties as needed.


    * Internal: All Audubon Staff.
    * External: Students, teachers, administrators, colleges, media, foundations, the general public and other environmental organization’s staff.

    Equipment (e.g., computer, typewriter, calculator, copy machines, telephones, etc.) All of the above.


    The successful applicant will work collaboratively with individuals in a team-oriented atmosphere. He/she must have a passion for conservation and the natural resources of Ohio. The individual must be able to think strategically and creatively, juggle multiple tasks, meet deadlines, and work in a dynamic environment. A can-do attitude and a tolerant, friendly personality with a great sense of humor are essential. Good organizational, writing and speaking skills and facility for working with volunteers is required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office software is essential.

    BS or BA in natural sciences, environmental education or related area with a minimum of three years teaching experience in a formal or non-formal setting. Excellent oral and written communication skills desired. Experience with a broad range of ages desirable. Proven experience with urban youth.

    Demonstrated knowledge of educational program design and assessment, knowledge of wildlife conservation issues and ability to articulate them and inspire participation. Demonstrated success in managing volunteers is important. Clean driving record is a must.

    Physical Requirements

    Must be in good physical condition. Working outdoors with students requires some degree of physical activity but mostly normal lifting, reaching, walking on trails, etc.

    To apply

    Please send a cover letter and resume to Doreen Whitley, Grange Insurance Audubon Center, at [email protected] or 505 W. Whittier Street Columbus, OH 43215.

    Audubon promotes a diverse workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of the National Audubon Society to employ the best person qualified for the job regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability (handicap) or marital status.
    Program Coordinator –
    Grange Insurance Audubon Center (Columbus)

    The mission of the Grange Insurance Audubon Center is to awaken and connect participants to the beauty of the natural world in the heart of Columbus and inspire environmental stewardship in their daily lives.


    The Program Coordinator is a conservationist, teacher, naturalist, collaborator, problem solver, and innovator. The Program Coordinator is responsible for esuring that the planning, developing, operating, and managing of the Center’s education and volunteer programs are the vehicle for reaching the organization’s conservation goals. The Program Coordinator is also responsible for marketing, managing the education program budget, and maintaining contacts with community members, schools, and other community organizations.

    Essential Job Functions

    Program Management

    * Coordinate program development with Director of Conservation to meet annual site based conservation goals, Audubon program standards, and partner needs.
    * Create and teach school programs and lead nature walks for children and adults based on the GIAC conservation plan.
    * Create and teach educational family programs for evening and weekend visitors to implement GIAC conservation plan.
    * Develop programs and services to meet the changing needs of diverse audiences.
    * Develop, track, and maintain education department budgets.
    * Promote and market programs and monitor and evaluate their effectiveness.
    * Oversee planning, production, presentation and maintenance of all exhibits.
    * Develop volunteer recruitment, training, management, and recognition program.
    * Coordinate the annual GIAC program calendar with the Director of Conservation and program staff.
    * Maintain the educational program content of the website.
    * Provide educational content to newsletter.
    * Coordinate on-site and off-site public events and materials associated with these events.
    * Foster relationships with schools, businesses, and other cultural institutions in the community and attend relevant meetings.
    * Stay current with regional and national conservation education trends.
    * Expand client base to include a greater percentage of underserved and in-need communities.
    * Work with teachers and science department coordinators to develop programs that meet their curriculum and state standards.

    Personnel Management

    * Attract, develop, and retain competent education staff.
    * Develop a high quality, professional training program for educators and volunteers.
    * Assess and support professional development needs of the staff.
    * Provide leadership for staff and ensure effective personnel management.
    * Evaluate the performance of all education staff on an ongoing basis, including annual and mid-term written evaluations.
    * Assist with new employee orientation.

    Volunteer Management

    * Recruit and retain volunteers.
    * Track volunteer hours.
    * Plan and implement with staff volunteer recognition events.
    * Coordinate volunteer roles with staff needs.
    * Train volunteers.
    * Process volunteer applications along with GIAC Office Manager.

    Program Participant Safety

    * Ensure that all program participants sign liability waivers and photo releases.
    * Ensure that all staff follows safety procedures and procedures for the protection of young people.
    * Ensure that all Education staff and volunteers have current background checks.
    * Ensure that all Education staff have current First Aid/CPR certifications.


    * Bachelor’s degree in environmental studies, education, natural science, outdoor recreation, or related field and at least five years of leadership experience in nature centers, science museums, zoos, or other public or private programs emphasizing science or environmental education.
    * Knowledge of Ohio ecosystems, wildlife, birds, and natural history desired.
    * Working knowledge of educational program design and assessment of programs for all age groups and diverse audiences, and demonstrated experience working with groups of children, adults, and families.
    * Experience with fundraising and grant writing.
    * Demonstrated success in the management of staff and volunteers.
    * Excellent organizational skills, written and verbal communication skills, and computer literacy, particularly word-processing, e-mail, database, and presentation functions.
    * Self-motivated, detailed-oriented with the ability to work both independently and as a team.
    * Must have flexible schedule with the ability to work evenings and weekends, as required and the ability to travel, including some overnight travel. Experience and comfort with camping outdoors preferred.
    * Must be committed to Audubon’s mission and have a thorough understanding of the Open Standards Conservation Planning process and implementation.

    To apply

    Please send a cover letter and resume to Doreen Whitley, Grange Insurance Audubon Center, at [email protected] by August 23, 2010.

    Audubon promotes a diverse workplace and is an equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of the National Audubon Society to employ the best person qualified for the job regardless of race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability (handicap) or marital status.



    National field services company looking for a Vendor Coordinator to work on large upcoming HUD contract team. This is a full-time permanent position (not contract.) The ideal candidate will have experience in vendor management, a call center environment, property inspection/preservation, construction, real estate, mortgage, banking, or related fields.

    The role requires a person who is a team player, flexible, personable, good at multi-tasking, a fast learner, and very computer literate. The position is in a professional environment with standard business hours; however you must be willing to be flexible with the hours.

    This is a great opportunity for someone who wants to get into a rapidly growing company with significant growth and development potential.

    Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Must be at least 18 and have a High School degree or equivalent.

    Please send resume as well as a brief cover letter stating specific experience and reasons why you would be a great candidate to [email protected].

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