Part Time Off Campus Jobs & Internships

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2/5/16…………..AFTERNOON PRE-K TEACHER NEEDED IN CHILD CARE CENTER

Must be experienced with children, mature and dependable.

Hours are 2P - 6:15P,   MONDAY - FRIDAY (no exceptions)

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma
  • Verifiable references
  • Criminal Background screening
  • No smokers please (due to risks of 2nd and 3rd hand smoke to health of children)

If you are an outgoing, mature person with much patience and love for children, AND you meet all of the above requirements, you are welcome to apply for this position.

Please send an email detailing your experience/work history, especially pertaining to children to: Pennyhorton1@gmail.com at The Shiny Penny Child Care Center

Please respond by email only. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

 

 

2/5/16……………Looking for Babysitter/Helper in East Brainerd Area

Need someone to drive 12 year old from school to activities and back home.  School gets out at 3pm.  Will also do light housework.

Also may need to watch kids when visitors arrive or when we go out.

Must have a reliable car, be kid friendly and patient.  Will work with your schedule.

Please call Roger or Ronnie at 423-503-3584

 

 

2/4/16…………………..Part Time Help Needed at Sugar’s Ribs

We are looking for part time cashiers and cooks for day and evening shifts at Sugar's Ribs on the Ridge.  You must be 18 to apply. 

Please come by and fill out an application in person Monday-Thursday from 2-4pm. Our address is 2450 15th Avenue, Chattanooga, TN 37404.

 

 

2/4/16…………………Summer 2016 Engineering & Computer Science Internships – Pointwise, Inc.

Pointwise, Inc., the leading independent developer of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) meshing software, seeks Engineering Interns for summer 2016 on our Technical Support, Product Development, and Applied Research teams.

Technical Support

In this position, you will be responsible for assisting with quality assurance testing of new features, generation of grids for benchmarks, and researching various customer-reported issues. Typical tasks may include:

  • Generating structured, unstructured, and hybrid meshes on complex 3D configurations across multiple application areas

  • Writing scripts to automate the construction of meshes or the application of a feature using our Tcl-based scripting language, Glyph

  • Developing and executing testing plans for software performance testing on new and existing features

  • Assisting with customer case research

  • Using Windows, Linux, and Mac computers

Product Development

Pointwise product development interns participate in the development, testing, documentation and release of our computer-aided engineering software product. As a summer intern, your activities may include:

  • Writing and/or reviewing C/C++ code (to specifications)

  • Interactive product testing

  • Automated (batch) testing via Tcl/Tk scripts

  • Supervised grid generation project(s)

  • Reviewing and/or writing technical product documentation

To successfully participate in these activities, you will learn to use the following tools:

  • Pointwise mesh generation software and plugin SDK

  • Windows 8/10, Linux and/or Mac OS/X

  • Microsoft Visual Studio 2012/2015 and/or GNU g++, gmake and gdb

  • Tcl/Tk scripting language

  • YouTrack for defect issue tracking and TeamCity for continuous integration testing

  • TWiki for intranet wiki and collaboration forum

Applied Research

Pointwise Applied Research interns participate in mesh generation research through the design, implementation, and testing of novel mesh generation algorithms. As a summer intern, your activities may include:

  • Writing prototype C/C++ code to investigate mesh generation concepts

  • Performing a literature review in support of mesh generation algorithm development

  • Testing and benchmarking research software

To successfully participate in these activities, you will learn to use the following tools:

  • Pointwise mesh generation software

  • Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Mac OS/X operating systems

  • Microsoft Visual Studio or GNU development tools

  • Open source CFD tools, such as, OpenFOAM and SU2

Requirements

You are a candidate for an engineering internship if you…

  • Are an excellent communicator, both when speaking and writing.

  • Are working toward a degree in engineering or a related field.

  • Are interested in meshing and/or CFD as a career.

  • Are a U.S. person due to the position’s requirement to work with ITAR-controlled articles.

About Pointwise

Pointwise, Inc. is solving the top problem facing computational fluid dynamics (CFD) today - reliably generating high-fidelity meshes. The company's Pointwise software generates structured, unstructured and hybrid meshes; interfaces with CFD solvers, such as ANSYS FLUENT, STAR-CCM+, ANSYS CFX, OpenFOAM, and SU2 as well as many neutral formats such as CGNS; runs on Windows (Intel and AMD), Linux (Intel and AMD), and Mac, and has a scripting language, Glyph, that can automate CFD meshing. Large manufacturing firms and research organizations worldwide rely on Pointwise as their complete CFD preprocessing solution.

Email your resume to jobs@pointwise.com and refer to the Engineering Intern job posting and whether you’re interested in Technical Support, Product Development, or Applied Research.

 

 

2/4/16………………… Food Technologist Intern – McKee Foods

Location: Collegedale, TN

Hours: Flexible depending on the intern’s school schedule: Monday - Friday, hours vary between 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. (expected to work around 20 hours per week during school year and up to 40 during summer)

Pay Range: $13.26 – $20.91

Best known for Little Debbie® snack cakes, America’s leading snack cake brand, Sunbelt Bakery® granola products, and Drake’s Cakes®, McKee Foods Corporation is seeking a Summer Intern to join our Research Team.  This student will receive guidance from experienced Food Technologists and Food Engineers as he/she gains exposure to the food science and process development function within a leading snack-food manufacturer.   This is an exciting opportunity to work for a company that is committed to providing consumers with quality products at an excellent value. McKee Foods is a privately held, family owned company with a 50+ year history of innovation and treating employees with respect, and a deeply held belief in the importance of doing business with integrity.

Schedule

1st Shift   Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (other days and hours as needed)

Job Summary

Learn from a great team of Food Technology professionals!  Join us as an active part of the Research team and you will gain exposure to many facets of process development and process improvement.  This is a great chance to put your technical skills and knowledge to work.

Learn from a high performance team as you assist our Research and New Technology team in all phases of projects including:

  • Designing and executing research experiments to develop, understand and verify process and product attributes.
  • Collecting and analyzing data in support of research activities.
  • Working in conjunction with Product Development, Engineering, and Technical Services on problem solving for equipment, product and process related issues.
  • Participating in product and process improvement events and initiatives.
  • Providing regular updates to management on project status
  • Performing other related duties as assigned.

Required Qualifications

  • Current enrollment(summer/fall, 2015) in a related, accredited degree program of study with at least 4 full semesters of a BS and/or MS degree program.
  • Undergraduate or graduate work which includes successful completion of courses in some or all of the following areas: Chemistry, Food Chemistry, Food Processing, Food Engineering, Agricultural or Biosystems Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering.
  • Computer skills: Must be proficient in using Microsoft’s Word and Excel programs.
  • Self-motivated, with strong initiative and self direction.
  • Solid interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Ability to work effectively alone or in a team environment.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Current pursuit of a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Food Science, Food Technology, Food Engineering, Engineering, or equivalent.
  • Working knowledge of statistical process control and experimental design.
  • Previous food manufacturing experience.
  • Prior technical work experience.

Benefits

  • Competitive pay scale.
  • Flexible hours around school schedule.
  • 401(k) with matching contributions.
  • Direct deposit payroll.
  • Credit Union.
  • Exercise and recreation facility.

To apply

If interested and qualified, please visit our website at www.mckeefoods.com and under the Careers section to complete an online application. All applications must be submitted by February 18, 2016. Depending on candidate response, this posting may close earlier or be extended without prior notice.

 

 

2/4/16………………….Part Time Package Handlers – UPS, Cleveland, TN

Hours: Monday - Friday 4:00 am – 9:00 am

Pay Rate: $10.15 an hour

UPS is hiring individuals to work as part-time Package Handlers. This is a physical, fast-paced position that involves continual lifting, lowering and sliding packages that typically weigh 25 - 35 lbs. and may weigh up to 70 lbs. Part-time employees usually work 3 ½ - 4 hours each weekday (Monday through Friday) and typically do not work on weekends or selected holidays.

Package Handlers receive a competitive hourly rate and also an attractive benefits package. Please note that these opportunities are part-time only working approximately 17 1/2 – 20 hours per week. Employees can expect to take home between $140.00 and $170.00 each week after deductions have been taken for taxes, etc.

UPS provides an excellent employment opportunity for students.

Apply online at www.upsjobs.com with CLEVELAND as the location

 

 

2/2/16……………………….Part Time Preschool Teacher Needed

Northside Learning Center, a 3-star childcare center/preschool, seeks a part-time, experienced teacher for young learners. The ideal candidate should have a degree in early childhood education or a related field, or some experience working with young children in a group setting.  

We offer an excellent work environment, paid holidays, vacations and training. 

Candidates need excellent communication skills, verbal and written. Background checks and verifiable references are required. 

Please send resumes and/or cover letters to lesliemorrisnlc@yahoo.com

 

 

2/2/16…………………………Handyman needed

Part time position with extremely flexible days/hours (must be able to work most weekends).  Duties would depend on your experience (must have a valid DL and experience in some of the following):  cleaning, yard work, demolition, painting, sheet rock repair, light machine operation, mortar repair, pressure washing, framing, welding, plumbing repair, grouting, digging, hauling, delivery, etc…  duties too numerous to mention.

Please email a brief description of your skills and experience to richheinsman@icloud.com.

 

 

2/2/16………………………Part Time Movers Needed at Elizabeth’s Moving

Elizabeth's Moving is a Chattanooga based moving company providing first-class local and long distance moving services. We are looking for incredibly reliable, hard-working individuals with great attitudes and excellent customer service skills.

This position will require candidates to have adequate strength, stamina and the ability to move heavy objects continuously and safely for several hours. Complete training will be provided but experience is a plus.

Our movers receive $12-$16/hr based on experience. This position is part-time and we prefer candidates with flexible schedules.

Requirements:

  • Must be 21+
  • Moving Experience A Plus
  • Excellent Customer Service Skills
  • Reliable Vehicle & Valid Drivers License
  • Background Check & Screening

Please send your resume to asher@elizabethsmoving.com

 

 

2/2/16……………………..TVA Summer 2016 Internships

LOCATION: Valley Wide (Various Locations)

POSTED: 02/01/2016 - 3/13/2016

SALARY: Paid internship based on class standing and major

The Tennessee Valley Authority, a corporation owned by the U.S. government, provides electricity for 9 million people in parts of seven southeastern states at prices below the national average. TVA, which receives no taxpayer money and makes no profits, also provides flood control, navigation and land management for the Tennessee River system and assists utilities and state and local governments with economic development.

MAJORS:

  • Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, Environmental or Industrial
  • Accounting or Finance
  • Business
  • Computer Science or related field

ELIGIBILITY FACTORS

  • Must currently be a enrolled at an accredited college or university
  • Must have at least 30 hours of completed coursework
  • Must have a 2.75 GPA
  • Must be a Full time student
  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • To be considered for an internship you must list your GPA and Anticipated Graduation date

**In order to be eligible applicants must include the following in their resume**:

  • Overall GPA
  • Anticipated Graduation Date
  • Major
  • School

TVA is an Equal Opportunity employer and complies with all applicable laws and regulations regarding equal employment opportunities.  Any applicant or employee who believes s/he has a discrimination claim (including harassment or retaliation) must contact TVA’s Equal Opportunity Compliance office within 45 calendar days of the event or action s/he believes to constitute discrimination, harassment, or retaliation.

Apply online at https://www.tva.com/Careers

 

 

2/1/16………………….Marketing Assistant / Runner for Todd Henon Properties

Multi-million dollar-producing Chattanooga based real estate team seeks part-time assistant.

Status: Immediate opening

Hours: Part-time (15-20/week)

Compensation: Hourly ($10 hour)

Ideal Candidate: College student or recent graduate

Requirement: Valid driver’s license, insured reliable vehicle

The Marketing Assistant / Runner contributes to team dynamics by being flexible, able to meet team’s diverse needs, and representing company brand with excellence on and off the clock.

Duties include, but are not limited to, installation and removal of signs and lockboxes, various duties for agents in office and at client properties, errands as needed by team.

Flexibility and efficiency are key, along with the ability to work independently. Professionalism, trustworthiness, effective communication skills, and confidentiality required.

Work Schedule:

Part-time position offering 15-20 hours each week, with the possibility of additional hours as needed by Team. Work schedule is negotiable, however, once a schedule has been determined, prompt adherence to that schedule is required. Assistant should inform Office Manager in a timely manner should any sick days or interruption of schedule be unavoidable.

Compensation:

$10 per hour worked. To be paid bi-weekly by direct deposit. Mileage reimbursed at government rate. Employee must use his/her own reliable vehicle.

The mission of Todd Henon Properties is to provide the highest standard of intelligent, fair, and reliable service.

Contact: Sabie Crowder, Marketing Director/Office Manager (423) 664-1914 or email sabie@toddhenon.com

 

 

2/1/16…………….ORNL Challenge Program for Undergraduates

Don’t miss your chance to be a part of the first cohort of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Challenge participants in summer 2016! The ORNL Challenge is an innovative new internship program which invites undergraduate juniors and seniors to develop their own unique method for solving a complex and challenging scientific research problem. The program is geared towards students who think outside of the box and are ready to put their problem solving skills to the test.

ORNL’s two grand research Challenges for 2016 focus on “Simulation and Design of Artificial Model Magnets” and “Distributed Energy Research – Powering Microgrids.” To apply for the ORNL Challenge Program, applicants must write a proposal that identifies possible solutions to one of these two research Challenges. If the student’s proposal is chosen as one of the top choices, the applicant will be offered a 10-week summer 2016 internship at ORNL, to implement their research solution. A competitive stipend ($650/week), furnished housing and utilities, travel assistance, and professional development activities, will be included as part of the internship.

Applicants must be junior or senior undergraduate students currently enrolled at an accredited U.S. college or university. There are no citizenship requirements or GPA requirements to apply.

Find the full Challenge descriptions, the proposal template and the application link on our website: www.orau.org/ornlchallenge.

For questions about the program, email Nicie Murphy, nicie.murphy@orau.org or ORNLedu@orau.org. Take advantage of the additional time, and submit your application!

Deadline for applications: February 19th, 2016 at 11:59 p.m.

Oak Ridge National Laboratory is the U.S. Department of Energy’s largest science and energy research laboratory, and is located in historic Oak Ridge, TN, the original site of the Manhattan Project. ORNL’s research focuses include advanced materials, clean energy, national security, neutron sciences, nuclear sciences, supercomputing and computation. You can read more about ORNL here: www.ornl.gov.

 

 

2/1/16…………….Community Management Internship (CMI) - Walgreens

Walgreens will conduct ON CAMPUS Interviews for this position on February 23, 2016

This is a very exciting time at Walgreens. We’re taking our products and services to the four corners of the world as part of the Retail USA division of Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc., the first global pharmacy-led, health and wellbeing enterprise. Walgreens Boots Alliance was formed through the combination of Walgreens and Europe’s Alliance Boots in December 2014, bringing together two leading companies with iconic brands, complementary geographic footprints, shared values and a heritage of trusted health care services dating back more than 100 years each.

Today, Walgreens is the neighborhood drugstore and retailer that makes health and happiness simpler, easier and within reach. And, we remain a trusted wellness provider offering convenient access to important health services such as immunizations and an array of pharmacy services that can help patients improve their health. To our team members, Walgreens represents a unique opportunity to excel in their careers in a welcoming and inclusive environment.

Join us at Walgreens and find yourself at a place where innovation thrives and incredible career and growth opportunities await. We offer the chance to work in a truly supportive environment and be part of a progressive organization dedicated to the well-being of our customers, employees, and the communities we all call home.

Ten weeks that could change your future!   At Walgreens, you have the best of both worlds: the training, support and resources of one of America's largest retail organizations behind you, plus the encouragement to be a true entrepreneur.  Because we want you to succeed in your retail career, we've created a comprehensive, step-by-step management development program (LEAP) that will equip you to become a Walgreens store manager, and from there — depending on your career goals — to move into higher levels of retail management at Walgreens.

  • The internship program is designed for college students to complete during the summer between their junior and senior years in school, exposes students to management skills and a full range of retail operations at Walgreens.
  • Interns will work with experienced store managers to learn about store operations, management responsibilities, merchandising, advertising, inventory, and human resources.
  • By the end of your ten-week internship, you'll know just what it means to manage a Walgreens store.
  • It’s also an opportunity for us to seek exceptional students, prior to their senior year of college, to train for future management consideration.
  • Lead, Engage, Advance, Perform. (LEAP) is a comprehensive management development program including workshops, online learning and on the job coaching/mentoring preparing Assist Store Manager Trainees for a store management career path. 

Get paid to learn!

  • Minimum GPA: 2.75
  • The internship is conducted between the months of May through August.
  • Interns are paid hourly
  • $14.00 per hour
  • Interns are scheduled for 40-hour work week

A career at Walgreens offers you the potential for growth and a clear path to advancement. Our innovative spirit means every day is a different opportunity to excel in a welcoming and inclusive environment. Take your first step towards a fulfilling career.

Please apply through Moc Links for on-campus interview AND complete application online at www.walgreens.jobs

 

 

1/29/16………….Gift Shop Sales Associate - Tennessee Aquarium

The Tennessee Aquarium is searching for Seasonal Sales Associates to assist guests through world class customer service and sales. Duties include stocking merchandise, cleaning, and being accountable for accurate sales transactions.

Other Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Participates in physical store inventory.
  2. Conducts cash register maintenance such as refilling receipt paper, organizing register stations, checking supply of bags and boxes, etc.
  3. Execute and maintain Core Values and service standards of the Tennessee Aquarium

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required

  • Knowledge of customer service procedures
  • Knowledge of store merchandise
  • Basic math skills
  • Ability to operate a computerized cash register
  • High energy level and ability to work in an ever changing environment.

Educational/ Experience Requirements

  • High School Diploma or GED Preferred
  • Some Retail Experience Preferred

Physical Demands

  • Standing or walking for long periods of time while monitoring floor and running register.
  • Lifting 25lbs. regularly and 50 lbs. on occasion.
  • Climbing ladders and stairs in most cases.

Seasonal; hourly

Apply online at http://tnaqua.gatherdocs.com/listing/2031.

 

 

1/29/16………………Full & Part Time Jobs at Rock City, Inc.

See Rock City, Inc. is gearing up for spring events! We currently have seasonal, part-time and full-time opportunities at Rock City Gardens, Starbucks, R&R Hospitality, The Incline Railway and Clumpies Ice Cream Co.!

  • Admissions Partner
  • Clumpies Ice Cream Chef
  • Clumpies Lead Partner, Part Time
  • Clumpies Partner
  • Clumpies Team Leader
  • Gardens Gateway Lead Partner, Part Time
  • Incline Partner
  • Operations Partner
  • Retail Partner
  • Starbucks Barista

For a complete job description and to apply visit www.seerockcity.com

 

 

1/29/16…………..2016 Team Redstone Summer Hire, Huntsville, AL

Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army integrates the talents and skills of its military and civilian members to form a Total Army.

About the Position:   

The incumbent will assist senior specialists and supervisor in conducting program functions.  At the direction of the supervisor and assistance from senior specialist the incumbent will develop and coordinate a variety of basic/routine reports, staff actions, correspondence and other related actions.

This is a TEMPORARY SUMMER HIRE POSITION not to exceed September 30, 2016.

To read a full job description and apply online visit this website https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/427886500

Deadline to apply is Wednesday, February 10, 2016

 

 

1/28/16…………… 2016 Volkswagen Distinguished Scholars Program

This a summer research internship administered for Volkswagen Chattanooga by ORAU on behalf of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). 

The program offers students the opportunity to participate in research for ten full weeks during the summer at ORNL where scientific mentors will select projects for individual students based on their interests and degree fields.  An optional second summer is possible where students could further their research at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, TN. 

Eligibility:

  • Undergraduate student: Junior or Senior during Summer 2016
  • Graduate student: Not yet completed course-work
  • May 2016 graduates entering graduate school
  • STEM degree field with interest in the automotive sector
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Must have a grade point average of 3.5 or above

The program is open to any eligible student studying a science, technology, engineering or math discipline with an interest in the automotive industry. Examples of research projects interns would be assigned include:

  • Low-Cost Carbon Fiber
  • Battery Storage
  • Biofuels, Engines and Emissions
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Sustainable Manufacturing

Deadline for applications is 5:00 p.m. ET on February 12, 2016.

For more information or to apply, please visit www.orau.org/volkswagen.

 

 

1/28/16…………. Cell Phone Store Counter/Repair person

CPR - Cell Phone Repair, with 200+ national franchise locations has immediate need to fill a position at the store located in Ft Oglethorpe, GA and is accepting applications and setting interviews for a Cell Phone Store Counter/Repair person!

This is a Full time position with retail working hours, competitive base pay and potential to earn profit sharing and bonuses.  Will consider part time for the right person.

Candidate must possess good communication skills, positive personality, ability to adapt to changing situations and sales and/or light repair/diagnosis experience (especially in the mobile phone/consumer electronics industry) is highly beneficial.

Apply via email with Resume showing past relative work experience, contact information and references.

Required experience:  Cell Phone Sales and/or Repair/Diagnostics: 1 year

Required education:  High school or equivalent

If interested, call RYAN or KALYN COOK at 706-715-3331. Please email all resumes to rcook1984@yahoo.com or kalynelizabethcook@gmail.com

 

 

1/27/16…………………Front Desk Receptionist – Centered Health & Wellness

Local chiropractor seeks a front desk receptionist to assist with answering phone calls, screen phone calls to dr, intaking new patients, taking & rescheduling appointments, collecting payments, verifying insurance, checking patients in and out, faxing and sending documents, billing patients, and keeping the office/patient flow consistent and in order.

Applicant must be proficient with Windows 8 and above and Microsoft Office.

Need someone to work 20 hours per week and the pay is $10.00/hour.

Interested applicants should email their resume to Dr. Idrogo at drcorey@centeredchatt.com before February 15, 2016.

 

 

1/27/16…………..Rehabilitation Assistant – Centered Health & Wellness

Local chiropractor needs a Rehabilitation Assistant to assist with patient care; set-up patients in traction, assist in demonstrating patient exercises, help keep patients safe with exercise and treatment, perform patient assessments to guide treatment, assist doctor in programming patient care plans, guidance with patient flow, answer phone calls and patient questions.

Applicant should have an Exercise Science or Physiology degree or working towards one, Functional Movement Screen (FMS) certification preferred but not needed, Strength and Condition certificate (CSCS, ACSM, etc), experience in coaching exercise or working in a physical therapy office, phone and computer skills.

Need someone to work 20 hours per week and the pay is $10.00/hour.

Office hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9am – 12pm and Monday-Thursday from 3:30pm – 6:30pm.

Interested applicants should email their resume to Dr. Idrogo at drcorey@centeredchatt.com before February 15, 2016.

 

 

1/27/16……………Mechanical Engineering Intern – Collider, Inc.

Collider, Inc. develops for sale next-generation 3D printers for the industrial sector.  As part of our small team, interns will gain a wide variety of engineering and professional experiences.  Engineering Interns will be a part of our exciting research and development effort, and will have a significant impact on our new product development efforts.  Collider’s offices are located at the BDC on the North Shore in Chattanooga, TN.

Responsibilities will include

  • Performing engineering design, documentation and testing under the guidance of the lead engineer as part of a project team.
  • Assist in fabrication and assembly of machine prototypes, test equipment and pilot customer units.
  • Maintain clear records of work performed, including test reports, design reports, design reviews and test plans.
  • Maintain a clean and professional office and work environment.

Qualifications include:

  • Must be at least a junior with gpa of 3.0 or above
  • Be a Mechanical Engineering student
  • Desired coursework or real world experience includes: CAD systems (SolidWorks or AutoCad Inventor), Technical Drawing preparation, Dynamic system modeling, Design of experiments, Statistics, Statistics and strength of materials, Stress, strain and deflection analysis manually and using FEA, machine design and machine element design.

Interns will need to work 20 hours per week and the pay is $12.00 hour.

Interested applicants should email their resume to Matt Barron at matt@collidertech.com before February 15, 2016.

 

 

1/27/16……………Electrical Engineering Intern – Collider, Inc.

Collider, Inc. develops for sale next-generation 3D printers for the industrial sector.  As part of our small team, interns will gain a wide variety of engineering and professional experiences.  Engineering Interns will be a part of our exciting research and development effort, and will have a significant impact on our new product development efforts.  Collider’s offices are located at the BDC on the North Shore in Chattanooga, TN.

Responsibilities will include

  • Performing engineering design, documentation and testing under the guidance of the lead engineer as part of a project team.
  • Assist in fabrication and assembly of machine prototypes, test equipment and pilot customer units.
  • Maintain clear records of work performed, including test reports, design reports, design reviews and test plans.
  • Maintain a clean and professional office and work environment.

Qualifications include:

  • Must be at least a junior with gpa of 3.0 or above
  • Be an Electrical Engineering student
  • Desired coursework or real world experience includes: Microcontroller programming, FPGA VLSI programming, Analog circuit design, Digital Circuit design, PCB layout, fundamentals of DC motor, DC stepper motor and Servo control, Digital communications system e.g. TTL serial, i2c, spi, RS-232. Knowledge of opto-electronic systems a plus.

Interns will need to work 20 hours per week and the pay is $12.00 hour.

Interested applicants should email their resume to Matt Barron at matt@collidertech.com before February 15, 2016.

 

 

1/27/16…………………..Student Worker Needed

Seeking reliable, detail-oriented finance or accounting major interested in tax issues, non-profit finance management, and/or 990N compliance issues to assist Psi Chi Executive Director and Director of Membership Services with reviewing all sub-groups of the organization.

Must be an advanced MS Excel user. Sophomore or junior preferred.

Part time (max 20 hours per week) M-F, flexible hours, walk from campus.

To apply submit cover letter and resume to Martha.Zlokovich@psichi.org.

 

 

1/27/16………………………Part Time Worker needed

Seeking reliable, well spoken, detail-oriented psychology, English, or other science major to assist Psi Chi Director of Awards and Grants with overseeing online submissions and correspondence.

Must be an advanced MS Word and Outlook user with some knowledge of Excel. Part time (max 20 hours per week) M-F, flexible hours, walk from campus.

To apply submit cover letter and resume to Jennifer.Baldwin@psichi.org.

 

 

1/27/16……………….Part Time Soccer Coaches Needed

Do you or someone you know love to play soccer and needs a summer job! If so, look no further than Chattanooga Sports Ministries​!

16 part-time soccer coaches are needed to run their summer program beginning on May 20. The deadline to apply is March 1.

Please see the attached flyer for a complete job description and additional information.

For more information or to apply, please contact Katelyn at katelyn@csm.is or visit chattsportsministries.org

 

 

1/26/16……………Tikiz Shaved Ice and Ice Cream is now hiring Part Time drivers for the upcoming season.

Qualified candidates must have an extremely outgoing personality, good with children and parents. A clean MVR (driving the tiki truck would be necessary), pass a background check and a drug screen is also necessary.

This is mostly a fast paced environment with SOME long hours, but always a FUN time! Sales and marketing experience would be a plus! Flexible scheduling! 

Duties: 

  • Arriving to scheduled events on time and fully prepared
  • Operate the truck during the event
  • Restocking the truck after every event
  • Directly communicating with event coordinators 
  • Maintaining a neat and clean work environment 

Compensation negotiable, but no less than $10/hr 

Please send inquiries to TikizChattanooga@Tikiz2u.com

 

 

1/25/16…………………..Full and Part Time Jobs at Tennessee Valley Federal Credit Union

The TVFCU has the following positions available:

  • Financial Service Consultant/Part-Time/Hamilton County Branch (Location TBD - Within Hamilton County)
  • Personal Teller/Part-Time/Downtown Headquarters/ Multiple openings with varying schedules
  • Financial Service Consultant/ Downtown Branch/ Part-Time (T, TH, S)
  • Financial Service Consultant/Eastgate Branch/ Part-Time (M,W,F,S)
  • Branch Concierge/Eastgate Branch/Full-Time
  • Financial Service Consultant/Kimball Branch/Part-Time (T,TH,S)
  • Financial Service Consultant/Ooltewah Branch/Part-Time (M,W,F,S)
  • Financial Service Consultant/Soddy Daisy Branch/Part-Time (M,W,F,S & T,TH,S)

Potential candidates can visit our career center to view job description information, upload resume and submit application: http://tvfcu.com/careers/current-openings/

 

 

1/25/16……………………..Internship Opportunities at JHU Applied Physics Laboratory

APL Is Looking for the Next Generation of Explorers - University Students Wanted

The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory is engineering the future of space exploration – examining Earth’s near-space environment, our Sun, planetary bodies and the outer solar system. The APL NASA Intern Program provides unique opportunities for university students to work on NASA missions or other space-related research opportunities.

Join us for 10 weeks this summer, and be a part of this extreme exploration!

Deadline: March 25, 2016

To View/Apply: http://aplnasaintern.jhuapl.edu  

The Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) is a not-for-profit center for engineering, research, and development. Located north of Washington, DC, APL is a division of one of the world’s premier research universities, The Johns Hopkins University.

To learn more about APL, visit http://www.jhuapl.edu/.

 

 

1/25/16………………Programs Educator - Creative Discovery Museum

Occupational Summary

The Programs Educator is accountable for planning and implementing CDM’s educational programs. These programs include birthday parties, overnight lock-ins at the Museum, camps, homeschool programs, Club Discovery, afterschool programs at regional schools and fee-based workshops including Science Theater workshops for school groups.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Plans for and implement birthday parties. This involves making arrangements with the party guest, purchasing supplies for the party, setting up the birthday party room, managing the party and guests, and cleaning up at the end of the day.
  • Plans for and implements lock-ins.  This involves making arrangements with the participants, providing leadership for the ME staff, purchasing supplies for the lock-in, setting up the lock-in, cleaning up after the lock-in, spending the night in the Museum, conducting workshops and other activities during the lock-in, and cleaning up after the event.
  • Plans for and implements camps at the Museum.  This includes camps during fall break, winter break, spring break, and summer break and involves teaching curriculum-based activities for one week intervals. The Program Educator will contact participants, collect materials and supplies, set up the camp activities, implement the camp curriculum, run the camp for children from pre-K through 5th grade, and clean up at the end of camp activities.
  • Plans for and implements fee-based workshops such as Gingerbread House Making.  The Program Educator will contact participants, purchase supplies, set up the activities, run the program, and clean up after the workshop.
  • Plans for and implements afterschool programs such as Club Discovery and school-based afterschool programs. This includes being the point of contact for parents, setting up activities, classroom management and directing volunteers, as well as room clean-up following the programs.
  • Plans for and implements homeschool programs. This includes being the point of contact for parents, setting up activities, classroom management and directing the activities of volunteers, as well as room clean-up following the program.
  • Plans for and implements Science Theater programs.  This includes being the point of contact for parents, setting up activities, classroom management and directing the activities of volunteers, as well as room clean-up following the program.
  • Plans for and implements off-site programming at various community venues. This includes PR outreach venues, schools, and community events.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required

  • Ability to implement innovative, fun programs and activities that are accessible by a wide range of ages and audiences
  • Knowledge of best practices for educational program delivery
  • Project management skills including the ability to organize and administer programs
  • Ability to work well with others
  • General knowledge of child development
  • High energy level
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and through written directions

Education/Experience Required

  • High school diploma
  • 2 years life experience or formal education in the Arts, Science, Early Childhood, or Education
  • 2 years teaching in a related program field ages 2 – 12
  • Informal education experience preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively work with a variety of personalities, be an effective part of a team, and be flexible.

Physical Demands

  • Some standing and walking on the Museum floor for extended periods
  • Some lifting and carrying of activities.

Working Conditions

  • Museum floor, classroom, community schools
  • Holiday, weekend, and night work required

Part-time; hourly

Apply online at http://cdmfun.gatherdocs.com/listing/2021.

 

 

1/21/16………………Seasonal Warehouse Associate – Tennessee Aquarium

The Tennessee Aquarium is looking for a seasonal Warehouse Associate to assist with the daily operations of the warehouse.

Duties:

  • Fold, tag and/or price merchandise at a fast pace
  • Stock shelves in numeric order
  • Use scanners to pull merchandise as needed
  • Clean work area daily
  • Follow company policies and safety rules
  • Assist with deliveries to the Aquarium, Ocean Journey and Imax Gift Shops
  • Unload UPS, FEDEX and other freight deliveries
  • Help with other duties as requested by different departments within the Aquarium

Qualifications: 

  • Current driver’s license and excellent driving record
  • Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
  • Must be available to work between the hours of 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Mon.-Friday
  • Experience in retail/warehouse a plus, but not required

Location:  Amnicola Highway

Part Time; Hourly; Seasonal (Summer)

To apply, go to http://tnaqua.gatherdocs.com/listing/2017The Tennessee Aquarium/IMAX 3D Theater is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

1/21/16……………..Seasonal Food & Beverage Associate – Tennessee Aquarium

The Tennessee Aquarium is searching for a Seasonal Food & Beverage Associate to be responsible for top quality food service coupled with world class customer service.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Ensure total guest satisfaction within Food & Beverage operations.
  • Actively engage and communicate with guests, staff and management.
  • Deliver products in a timely fashion, while exceeding environmental health standards.
  • Handle guests problems/complaints effectively.
  • Operate cash registers and register systems while consistently maintaining cash control policies and procedures.
  • Maintain a clean, orderly, and safe working environment.
  • Perform duties in a small area with multiple people for a prolonged period of time.
  • Flow between individual job functions seamlessly, accurately and quickly.
  • Assist Manager and Leads with essential department functions as needed.
  • Maintain knowledge of Aquarium exhibits and IMAX film content and schedule.
  • Adhere to the core values and service standards set forth by the Aquarium.

Other Duties and Responsibilities

  • Assist other Aquarium and IMAX staff as needed.
  • Assume Night Events Associate responsibilities as needed.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required

 

  • Excellent Customer Service Skills
  • Excellent Communication Skills
  • Positive Attitude
  • Strong multitasking ability
  • Attention to detail
  • Professionalism
  • Good humored and hard working
  • Responsible
  • Ability to perform well under pressure

Educational/Experience Requirements

  • Previous experience with a Point-of-Sales system
  • Experience handling money

Apply online at http://tnaqua.gatherdocs.com/listing/2007.  The Tennessee Aquarium is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

1/21/16………………Part Time Jobs at Ruby Falls

Looking for a fun and exciting job? Ruby Falls is the place to work!

So how do we do it?

  • Smile
  • Make people feel valued
  • Let our interactions present a positive outlook
  • Have a spirit of playfulness

Available Positions:  Cashiers, Tour Guides, Parking Lot Attendants.

APPLY ONLINE AT WWW.RUBYFALLS.COM OR IN PERSON

 

 

1/21/16…………………..Student Recruiter – Blood Assurance

Department: Collections

Reports To:  Recruitment Manager

Job Summary:  The Student Recruiter is responsible for educating and promoting the blood donation process through active participation in college and university events. Develops service area school contacts, educates students, professors and other faculty about the donation process and assists Donor Recruiters with booking college and university events on campus.  The recruiter also recruits donors into the local donor center in support of weekly collection goals.

Job Qualifications:

  • Education:  Attending a college or university within the Blood Assurance catchment area
  • Licensure:  None.
  • Experience:  Marketing, sales, or public speaking experience preferred.  Active with Student Government Association and other student organizations.    
  • Skills:  Clear and creative written and verbal communications skills; effective public speaking and presentation skills; planning skills and initiative; ability to coordinate multiple tasks simultaneously with minimal direct supervision; cooperation, teamwork and enthusiasm.

Environmental and Working Conditions:

Exposure Category III

  • Requires work performing finger stick on donors.  Employees in this position are required to receive the Hepatitis B vaccine.

Physical and Mental Effort:

  • Requires sedentary work, exerting up to 10 pounds of force occasionally and/or a negligible amount of force frequently or constantly to lift, push, pull or otherwise move objects.  The worker is subject to indoor and outdoor environmental conditions. 
  • This job requires bending, reaching, walking, driving, and repetitive motions of the wrist, hands, and/or fingers.  The worker will use their fingers, such as in typing.  The worker must take part in talking, to convey instructions to other workers accurately, as well as in hearing, to receive information through oral communication.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND STANDARDS

DONOR RECRUITMENT

  • Develops relationships with key contacts at schools including professors, faculty, student leaders, and student organizations both on and off campus
  • Works with other recruiters to assist with special promotions and summer drive events; plans and coordinates education presentations, special events and college drive bookings with the territory’s recruiter.
  • Works with BA Medical Director and Donor Recruiters to assist with blood typing, National Marrow Donor Program recruitment and other presentations.
  • Assists BA Directors and Donor Recruiters with other duties as assigned.  
  • Telerecruits donors to the donor center as needed.

SPECIAL PROGRAMS

  • Works with local college departments as a resource for them to promote The Cesar Chavez.
  • Recruits donors to the National Marrow Donor Registry.

OTHER

  • Maintains donor privacy and/or confidential donor information at all times.
  • Cooperates with other departments of Blood Assurance and other outside agencies to meet their needs.
  • Presents self and position professionally in appearance and in communications with donors, visitors, and other employees at all times.
  • This is a part time job and a great opportunity for current students. 

Email resume to katimarye@bloodassurance.org

 

 

1/21/16……………….Men’s Summer 2016 Operations Intern for Tennessee Golf Association

Position Term:  Approximately May 15- August 15

Reports To:  Director of Men’s Competitions

Responsibilities:  

  • This position is not an office based position, but one that is intended for operations at championships and qualifying events.
  • The position requires approximately 40-50 days of work over the course of the summer months.

TOURNAMENT OPERATIONS

  • Attend all men’s competitions within scheduled internship dates including: TGA statewide championships, TGA Nashville area qualifiers, and USGA Nashville area qualifiers
  • Assist Director with on-site set-up (course marking, etc.)
  • Assist Director with on-site event administration (starting, officiating, scoring, pace monitoring, etc.)

Requirements:

DECISION MAKING

  • Must be confident to make decisions that represent the TGA
  • Must gain a working knowledge of association policies and procedures and make appropriate decisions regarding those policies as necessary representing the TGA
  • Must be willing to learn and apply the Rules of Golf at events under guidance from Director

POSITION CONDITIONS

  • Must be inquisitive. Questions and suggestions are welcomed. Interns are encouraged to find new and innovative ways to conduct business more efficiently via discussion with TGA staff
  • Must possess good written and verbal skills and must feel comfortable interacting with people on a regular basis. Strong communication skills will be used daily
  • Must understand an intern is representing the Tennessee Golf Association at all times
  • Must be conscience of appearance to all customers, players, associates, and spectators with the ability to control stress while working in fast paced environment and multi-task effectively
  • Must be able to lift and manage 50 pounds as well as troubleshoot equipment and operational situations

TRAVEL

  • This position requires extensive travel with the ability to be on the road for a full week including weekends
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and be comfortable driving and packing large vehicles
  • Must have housing accommodations in the Nashville/Middle Tennessee Area

EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE

  • A current junior/ sophomore attending a college or university is preferred
  • Organization of tasks and excellent time management skills are essential
  • Must be available from start date to finish date

BENEFITS

  • Monthly stipend
  • 100% of food and accommodation expenses are paid for when traveling
  • Staff apparel
  • Golf accessibility when schedule permits

Please Send a Resume, List of References, and a Cover Letter all in the form of a PDF document to: Adam McCormick Director of Men’s Competitions amccormick@tngolf.org   

 

 

1/21/16…………………. Mechanical Engineering Student Trainee (Engineering) (Pathways Internship) - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Nashville, TN

The announcement period was opened on January 15th and will close on May 31st.  If you are interested in applying, please ensure your application documents are submitted not later than midnight EST of the closing date.

  • Job Announcement Number:  SWGJ160000001601761PI
  • SALARY RANGE: $25,731.00 to $41,193.00 / Per Year
  • OPEN PERIOD: Friday, January 15, 2016 to Tuesday, May 31, 2016
  • SERIES & GRADE: GS-0899-03/04
  • POSITION INFORMATION: Multiple Schedules - Internships not to exceed 4 months
  • DUTY LOCATIONS: Few vacancies in the following location(s): Nashville, TN WHO MAY APPLY: Student/Internship Program Eligible

Please visit the following website for additional information and instructions on how to apply for this position: www.usajobs.gov

To view the full vacancy announcement click on the link below:

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/426811200

 

 

1/21/16…………………Guest Coordinator – Center MedSpa

Center MedSpa is currently accepting resumes for the position of Guest Coordinator. This is a Part time position which includes Saturday hours.

We are searching for someone who is personable, guest-minded, self-motivated, and has a go-getter, positive attitude. Spa and/or retail experience is required.

Center Medspa is located on the Southside of downtown Chattanooga in a beautiful day spa setting. Required experience:

Retail, Spa, Sales: 1 year

Please reply via email to athomas@centermedspa.com with your resume and we will be in touch!

 

 

1/21/16…………………………..Runner/Courier – Spears, Moore, Rebman & Williams

Spears, Moore, Rebman & Williams is looking for a part time runner/courier on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.  Reliable transportation is required.

For additional information, please contact Mary Snellgrove at MSS@SMRW.com

 

 

1/19/16………………….Lifeguard Needed – Baylor School

The Baylor School has an immediate position(s) available for a lifeguard(s) to work weekday shifts on Monday, Wednesday, & Friday from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM.

All candidates must have current lifeguard, CPR and First Aid certifications.

If interested please contact Laura Pitman. Email lpitman@baylorschool.org or phone 423-267-8506 x 267

 

 

1/19/16………………..ZIPStream Guide -  Ruby Falls ZIPStream, Lookout Mountain, TN

Description:  The job of a ZIPstream Guide is dependent on an ability to interface with the public, provide customer service, instruct and lead participant groups on the ZIPStream Aerial Adventure Course.

Position Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Communicate and uphold the Guild ethos and adhere to all aspects of the TAG Employee Manual.
  • Responsible for attending all regular staff meetings, and ongoing trainings throughout the season.
  • Provide excellent customer service to all guests of Ruby Falls ZIPStream.
  • Create an enriching experience for participants by promoting environmental literacy and deepening people’s appreciate of the Lookout Mountain (and greater Chattanooga) area.
  • Know the important facts in regard to the course (type of cable, trees, etc.), the company (TAG, ZS, and Ruby Falls), and Lookout Mountain/Chattanooga.  Be able to convey this information.
  • Engage guests with local ecology, geography, geology, history and culture.
  • Ensure all course operations are conducted in accordance with ZIPStream/TAG safety standards.
  • Understand the purpose of the release form and the proper way it should be completed.
  • Fit harnesses, lanyards and helmets correctly and supervise the use of all personal protective equipment.
  • Conduct participant orientation session (Demo) and pre-screening.
  • Lead participant groups safely and enthusiastically through the ZIPStream Aerial Adventure Course.
  • Perform other tasks on an as needed basis.

Required Experience/Qualifications:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • High School Diploma or equivalent
  • Guiding experience in adventure tours preferred.
  • First Aid and CPR Certification or better.
  • Must have positive attitude and excellent oral/verbal communication skills.
  • Successfully complete C.O.R.E.
  • Successfully complete ZIPStream in-house, technical and interpretive training before hire.
  • Ability to communicate and work as an effective team member.
  • Must speak fluent English (bilingual abilities are a plus).
  • Must be energetic, flexible, good humored, and personable. 
  • Must have a strong work ethic; be responsible, reliable, mature, and accountable.
  • Must enjoy being outdoors.
  • Must have the ability to use good judgment.
  • Must be willing to put service above personal interests or activities while on duty.

Physical Abilities/Other Criteria Required:

  • Must have the ability and desire to work outside in all weather conditions including extreme cold, heat and precipitation.
  • Must have the ability to work long hours and irregular shifts in a multi task environment.
  • Must be able to perform work at height.
  • Must have full range of overhead arm motions.
  • Must be able to perform all technical intervention/rescue associated with aerial adventure course.
  • Must be able to lift 50 lbs.
  • Must be able to speak in front of large groups.
  • This position may require walking/standing for long periods of time.
  • Physical fitness level in keeping with job requirement.

Interested in applying?  Click here to link to Job Info and Application:  http://theadventureguild.com/guide-application/

 

 

1/19/16………………………….File Clerk – Engstrom Services

Engstrom Services, Inc. is a non-profit agency and we are looking for someone to fill a part time file clerk position.

The position will be 15 hours per week and the rate of pay is $9.00 per hour. The hours can be flexible within a Monday through Friday work week.

This position assists with maintaining the file system and filing correspondence and other records. They will assist with ensuring paperwork completion in order to maintain record requirements. Must be able to prioritize tasks and work without supervision.

Please contact David Robinson, Regional Administrator at drobinson@engstromservices.org

 

 

1/19/16……………………..Intern Needed at North American Division Gestamp Chattanooga, LLC 

Requirements are:

  • B.S. Engineering, Industrial Technology, or other technical discipline plus 2 years quality experience in a stamping/robotic assembly environment;
  • OR, A.S. Engineering Technology plus 4 years experience in a stamping/robotic assembly environment;
  • OR, 7+ years experience and training in a similar role and environment.

Additional information can be found here.

Apply now: http://www.gestamp.com/people/work-with-us/internships

 

 

1/19/16………………….Students and Alumni Research/Technical Opportunities at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) – Oak Ridge, TN

Opportunities for qualified students and alumni to participate in hands-on research in a real-world setting with award-winning scientists

Apply now for Summer 2016 opportunities!

Nuclear Engineering Science Laboratory Synthesis Programs (NESLS) – Deadline for applications is February 28

  • AS, BS, MS, and PhD students are eligible – Majors related to Nuclear Science and Nuclear Policy; Engineering; Physics; and Nuclear Medicine
  • Stipend based on academic status
  • Travel/Housing assistance (if eligible)
  • Full-time and part-time appointments
  • Professional development activities
  • Minimum GPA  - 3.0/4.0
  • Open to U.S. and International Citizenship

Higher Education Research Experiences (HERE) - Application is always open; suggested deadline for best chance of selection is February 1 to March 1

  • AS/AA, BS/BA, MS, and PhD students, Recent AS/AA and BS/BA Graduates are eligible – all majors
  • Stipend based on academic status
  • Travel/Housing assistance (if eligible)
  • Full-time and part-time appointments
  • Professional development activities
  • Minimum GPA  - 2.5/4.0
  • U.S. Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident (LPR) only

Visit http://www.orau.org/ornl or contact ORNL Education Programs at ornledu@orau.org for more information!

 

 

1/19/16………………..Computer Technician – Lake Winnepesaukah

Position Description:

Lake Winnepesaukah, a 90-year-old, family-owned amusement park, is located in Rossville, Georgia, approximately 10 miles from Chattanooga, Tennessee. We are currently seeking a Computer Technician to assist with computer and network operations.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide general end user technical support for:
    • Terminals
    • Peripherals
    • Data communication equipment
  • System maintenance, including:
    • Component replacement
    • Software updates

Requirements:

  • Associate’s Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience
  • Experience in amusement park operations is not required but would be a plus.
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Able to work in a fast-paced work environment.
  • Strong background with computers and Microsoft software.

Physical Requirements:

  • Must be able to push, pull, carry and lift up to 50 lbs.
  • Physical exertion such as frequent bending, twisting, stretching, stooping, reaching overhead and repetitive lifting.
  • Standing and walking for long periods on uneven surfaces and hard flooring.
  • Varying work hours, including 6-day work weeks during the operating season.
  • Working outdoors in a wide range of weather conditions.

Interested candidates should e-mail a resume to jholland@lakewinnie.com. No phone calls please.

 

 

1/19/16…………………Front Desk Attendant – Hamilton Family YMCA

The Hamilton Family YMCA is recruiting customer-service oriented front desk attendants! We are looking for individuals who are detail-oriented, able to keep up with a fast-paced environment, and service-minded.

Must be available to work weekdays 1pm-6pm + one weekend per month.

To apply, please visit our website at ymcachattanooga.org or email aprice@ymcachattanooga.org.

 

 

1/19/16……………………….Swimming Instructors

Children's Swimming School has immediate opening for swimming instructors.  We are looking for some energetic and enthusiastic people to teach classes.  You MUST enjoy working with children.  Children are from the age of 4 months to 12 years. 

  • Training is provided, 30 hours, in water and on line training 
  • Some evenings and Saturdays

Please email your resume to Debby Downs at chattanoogainfo@aqua-tots.com

 

 

1/14/16……………………..Part Time Help Needed at The Blue Plate and Local 191

The Blue Plate and Local 191 are looking for experienced servers, host, bartenders and BOH employees. We are a very fast paced, high volume, metropolitan diner with the best patio in Chattanooga. We are located right on the river between the aquarium and AT&T field.

Please apply in person Tuesday through Friday from 8am-10am or 2pm-4pm.

 

 

1/14/16………………. Image Intern – Chattanooga Shooting Supplies

Greetings Jean – my company is looking for an intern to help us collect/photo and catalog imagery for our website. We are Chattanooga Shooting Supplies, located near Hamilton Place.

This is a paid internship and will be 20-30 hours per week based on the student's availability.   The pay is $10/hour

We would need someone familiar with Photoshop and Photography and how to save images for the internet. This would be a great position for anyone looking to get into product photography.

If interested, they can contact Sophy Ivy at sivy@csiusa.ws.

 

 

1/14/16………………..Dynamic Team Members Wanted!

Healthy Kids & Teens is changing lives & families for better health!  Providing nutrition, fitness, health training and instruction for youth and families.

Seeking candidates in the field of health & human performance, nutrition, dietetics and physical education.

Part time employment opportunity with the potential for full time employment in the Greater Chattanooga area.

Send resume and contact information to Jessica@healthykidsandteens.com

 

 

1/14/16………………………..2016 Summer Olympic Style Sports Internship – Georgia State Games Commission

We are now accepting applications for our 2016 summer internship program.   We will be starting our review process shortly, so please encourage your students to apply now.  We look favorably on those students who applied early.  Highest priority will be those applicants who are taking the internship for credit.

We have a rolling application deadline which means we will begin reviewing applications and continue until filled.  So sooner is the better when applying, but completeness is always most important!  Our spring positions: Jan through April positions are FULL!

The Georgia State Games is one of the largest Amateur Olympic-Style Sports Festivals in the country.  We rely HEAVILY on top quality interns to operate many of our sporting Events Projects and Programs.  It is a tremendous experience and we have interns that come from across North America each year.  To date we have had students attend our internship from 37 States, 9 Foreign Countries and 3 Canadian Providences. We can provide housing!

The interns get a GREAT, HANDS-ON experience.  No fetching coffee.  Real life planning AND implementation of activities and programs in what they will experience. If you are a quality student that would want to intern in the Atlanta, Georgia area, please apply.

Positions usually fill quickly. 

We are seeking the following positions:

Seeking various majors: Sales, Marketing, Sports Management, Recreation, Public Relations, Communications, Business, Etc!

  1. Summer: 18-20 interns (heavy event operations & marketing oriented) Housing available!
  • We need the following experiences for the Summer Term: Event Administration and Implementation, Graphic Design, Website, Public Relations, Marketing and Volunteer Soliciting.
  • We HIGHLY encourage students that participate or really like Olympic sports to apply.
  • We are looking for a wide range of students with diverse sporting interests, BUT definitely want a few students with the below sports expertise (club sport athletes are HIGHLY encouraged to apply too) and other areas indicated:
    • Track & Field
    • Lacrosse
    • Swimming
    • Cycling
    • Mountain Biking
    • Running – 5k & 10k’s
    • Graphic Design
    • Website
    • Logistics & Distribution
    • T-shirt Printing experience
    • Public Relations
    • And More!!!

To Apply: Submit the following:

  1. Application
  2. Sports Questionnaire
  3. Resume
  4. Cover letter
  5. If Graphics/Website/PR: ALSO submit samples or previous work.

Also found on our website: www.georgiagames.org.

Requirements:

  1. Must be organized, team oriented, self starting, aggressive, outgoing and innovative.
  2. Must be willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done especially including whatever “dirty” job that may take
  3. Must have strong writing skills and knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel and PC (not Apple) computers.

Internship opportunities are offered depending on intern's experience & skills, time commitment availability, academic credit ability and semester sought. 

Housing is also available.  VERY FEW small financial stipends are available to those that have their own housing for the summer.

This internship is NOT for the student just looking to get credit or be a social butterfly or to party for the semester.

Placement:

  • Priority will be given to those students completing the internship for academic credit and/or for a graduation requirement.
  • Priority will be given to students currently enrolled in college.

To Apply: Go to www.georgiagames.org under internships and complete and submit the FOUR items in ONE email as attachments.

These internship positions will provide someone with substantial experience in nonprofit development and management, event and sports managements in addition to gaining valuable office experience working in a non-profit.

DEADLINEBegin reviewing applications on a rolling basis and will continue until slots are filled.

 

 

1/14/16……………………………Summer Jobs at Duke University

Duke Summer Session is beginning the hiring of staff for its 2016 middle and high school summer programs. 

We will be hosting approximately 600 students on the Duke campus and we are looking for enthusiastic and committed academic and residential staff to work with our students.  Our population consists of many students from China, so candidates who speak Mandarin Chinese are desired, but not required. Please note a Bachelor's degree will be required for some positions.

Our job opportunities are listed on our website.  You can also click HERE to view a complete job description for each position. 

Employment Opportunities

Staff members are responsible for organizing and supervising residential activities when students are not in study sessions or in class.

We are looking for staff members who will serve as positive role models, use sound judgment when making decisions, and have a genuine interest in participating in the academic and social development of adolescents.

The positions described below are open for the Summer College program, the Summer Academy program, and the Summer Honors Institute.

2016 WORK DATES

For Summer College Positions:

  • Senior Administrator Positions: June 29 – August 6
  • Residential Assistant: July 6 – August 6
  • Dates for Program Participants: July 10 – August 5

For Summer Academy and Summer Honors Institute Positions:

  • Senior Administrator Positions: June 29 – August 6
  • Residential Assistant and: July 6 – August 6
  • Teaching Assistant Positions: July 13 – August 6
  • Dates for Program Participants: July 16 – August 5

Positions available are:

  • Onsite Director
  • Onsite Director of Logistics
  • Onsite Dean of Residence Life
  • Onsite Residence Hall Director
  • Onsite Resident Assistant (multiple positions)
  • Onsite Academic Dean
  • Tutor (multiple positions)
  • Teaching Assistant (multiple positions)
  • Office Assistant

Interviews are going on right now. 

To apply, please send a resume and cover letter to:

Nicki Charles, Ed.D.
Director of International Student Recruitment
Duke Continuing Studies and Summer Session
nicki.charles@duke.edu
(919) 684-8763

Applications must be received by May 15, 2016.

 

 

1/14/16……………………..2016 Volkswagen Distinguished Scholars Program

A summer research internship administered for Volkswagen Chattanooga by ORAU on behalf of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). 

The program offers students the opportunity to participate in research for ten full weeks during the summer at ORNL where scientific mentors will select projects for individual students based on their interests and degree fields.  An optional second summer is possible where students could further their research at the Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga, TN. 

Eligibility:

  • Undergraduate student: Junior or Senior during Summer 2016
  • Graduate student: Not yet completed course-work
  • May 2016 graduates entering graduate school
  • STEM degree field with interest in the automotive sector
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • Must have a grade point average of 3.5 or above

The program is open to any eligible student studying a science, technology, engineering or math discipline with an interest in the automotive industry. Examples of research projects interns would be assigned include:

  • Low-Cost Carbon Fiber
  • Battery Storage
  • Biofuels, Engines and Emissions
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Intelligent Transportation Systems
  • Sustainable Manufacturing

Deadline for applications is 5:00 p.m. ET on February 12, 2016.

For more information or to apply, please visit www.orau.org/volkswagen.

 

 

1/14/16………………………2016 Summer Internship at MTR Camp

MTR Camp is a paid summer internship for college students interested in urban education. The program is designed to provide academic enrichment within a summer camp experience for students who attend an MTR partner school. Interns will be exposed to urban education in Memphis and the residency program. Interns will live in intentional community, explore Memphis and receive training in effective instructional techniques.  

Position Descriptions
All staff will create an engaging and high-energy camp environment for students while performing one of the following roles:

  • Math Teacher: Create an engaging and fun classroom environment while scripting and teaching MTR written lesson plans.
  • Reading Teacher: Create an engaging and fun classroom environment while scripting and teaching MTR written lesson plans.
  • Group Leader: Lead a group of up to 15 students, foster quality relationships with each camper, and teach an enrichment module (music, drama, art, dance, etc.)

The MTR Camp summer internship distinctives:

  • Gain a biblical perspective on professionalism and career choice.
  • Exposure to MTR Residency program.
  • Practice the full-cycle of creating a classroom.
  • Engage in conversations across racial lines, in deep community, concentrated with a historical and biblical context.
  • Develop Christ Community Development values and practices.
  • $1,000 stipend
  • Housing in intentional community (meals provided).

Application Season: January 1, 2016 - April 1, 2016
Employment: June 8, 2016- July 20, 2016 
Application: https://memphistr-ascend.symplicity.com

 

 

1/14/16…………………..STEM Internships

The UTC STEM Education program via the NSF NOYCE grant has developed an internship program that will provide STEM Education students with many opportunities to apply their knowledge on and off UTC’s campus.  The successful applicant will be in pursuit of a STEM Education degree.  There are eight different internship placement locations and each has specific requirements for each position. It is imperative that you review the internship descriptions prior to submitting your application. 

Internship terms are for Spring 2016, 15- 20 hours per week (maximum of 200 hours per semester) and Summer 2016, 40 hours per week (maximum of 400 hours).  All internships will be at least 10 weeks.  

Eligibility

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must be a full time STEM Education student
  • Must be a U.S. citizen or a legal permanent resident
  • Must have submitted fingerprints and passed background check
  • Have a primary major in a STEM discipline
  • Have a minimum overall, UTSM and content major GPA of at least 2.75
  • Have made progress towards content area coursework 

Application Materials

The applicant must submit a complete STEM Research Internship Program Application Packet including:

  • Application
  • Resume
  • Transcript (Unofficial) 
  • Reference Letter from UTC Faculty or STEM Teacher
  • Essay 

Collaborating Partners

It is imperative that you review the internship descriptions prior to submitting your application. 

Application Process

Please send application, letter of interest, recommendation letter and resume to: stemed@utc.edu by March 4, 2016 for Summer positions.

All required materials must be submitted to:  UT Chattanooga STEM Education Program, Attn: Dr. Jennifer Ellis, Collins Street Annex #113, 615 McCallie Ave., Dept, 7156, University of TN at Chattanooga, Chattanooga, TN 37403 or can be faxed to 423-425-5767 or emailed to stemed@utc.edu

 

 

1/14/16………………………Bellhops 2016 Summer Internship

Bellhops busy season occurs during the months of June-August. Because of the demand spike, we will be bringing on paid interns to help handle the increased activity. Our operations are divided up into teams: Concierge team, Customer Care team, Bellhop Success team, Quality Team, Fulfillment team, and Customer Enthusiast team, and the Sales/Leads team. We will give all interns general training and then place them on a team to receive additional training. Every week we will analyze numbers such as call wait time and call missed rate and make adjustments to the teams based on forecasted demand. Interns will be placed on teams according to their strengths and preferences.

Teams:

Concierge Team

  • Educate potential customers on the Bellhops system
  • Take customer inquiry calls and offer recommendations
  • Assist customers in setting up their reservations and booking any additional services

Customer Care Team

  • Handle existing orders
  • Update move details customers
  • Actively problem solve on problematic orders

Bellhop Success Team

  • Answer calls from our bellhops in the field
  • Provide assistance for account issues or job questions
  • Increase bellhop engagement

Fulfillment Team

  • Coordinate with our bellhops to fulfill every order
  • Work cross departmentally to connect bellhops to short notice moves

Quality Team

  • Inspect online reservations and address any concerns
  • Handle damage claims
  • Constantly strive to lower our damaged items percentage

Customer Enthusiast Team

  • Create personalized thank you videos for our customers
  • Generate online reviews through targeted emails

Sales/Leads Team

  • Sell the Bellhops service to potential customers over the phone
  • Progress leads through the pipeline with

Qualifications: No experience required. We are looking for enthusiastic, adaptive, positive people that thrive in a fast paced team environment.

Dates: June-August (flexible start/end dates)

Hours of operation: Bellhops HQ is open 7 days a week from 7:00am-10pm. Interns will work between 20-40 hours a week.

Pay: $8.00/hr

Interns will report to the internship coordinator, Matt Intemann, and take direction from their team’s lead.

Interested applicants can apply HERE

 

 

1/14/16…………………Childcare Workers – Hixson United Methodist Church

We are currently seeking childcare workers to work with the birth- 4/5 year old age range (and occasionally elementary age range). All workers must be 18 years of age.

We are looking for someone who would be able to work on Sunday mornings from 8:00 am- 1:00 pm, Sunday evenings, Wednesday evenings, Friday mornings, and special events. 

A background check will be performed and references will be asked for. 

Please contact Melia Warren at meliawarren@hixsonumc.org if you are interested in applying for this position and would like an application.

 

 

1/14/16……………………..EERE Robotics Internship Program Applications - Open Now

Are you an innovative, problem-solver with teamwork experience?

The EERE Robotics Internship Program offers hands-on, short-term practical internships at various corporate partners throughout the United States. Interns will perform research or other technical activities under the guidance of a mentor who is a technical staff scientist or engineer at the host facility.

This program is a partnership between the public and private sectors to continue the development of the robotics technical, manufacturing, and engineering workforce. In particular, the internship program is recruiting both current college students and recent high school and college graduates who have experience in robotics competitions.

Apply now: http://www.orise.orau.gov/roboticsinternship/

Deadline:  February 29, 2016

 

 

1/14/16…………………..Baylor Swim Club Seeks Swimming Lesson Instructor

The Baylor Swim Club located in Chattanooga, TN is now accepting applications for a part-time / hourly swimming lesson instructor to help facilitate its’ growing aquatics program.  The Baylor Swim Club is a school supported and coach operated USA Swimming Bronze Medal club running on the campus of the Baylor School. 

The club’s home pool is the Baylor School Natatorium. This multi-million dollar facility is state of the art, and one of the best in aquatic centers in the country.  The indoor pool features 22 short course yard lanes by ten 50 meter long course lanes, and equipped with two moveable bulkheads.  Swimming lessons are taught in our separate state of the art endless pool.  This pool duals as a training pool for experienced swimmers, and for children just learning to swim.

This person would report directly to the Head Age Group Coach / Swim School Director. He/she would be responsible for teaching both group and private swimming lessons.  Experience teaching swimming lessons is preferred.  Compensation for this position is based on experience.

To learn more about the Baylor Swim Club, please visit our website at http://www.baylorswimming.org.

Interested applicants should email their resume to Head Age Group Coach / Swim School Director, Brian Gill at bgill@baylorschool.org 

 

 

1/14/16……………….Childcare Workers – Jones Memorial UMC

Jones Memorial United Methodist Church is currently seeking childcare workers to work with the birth to 3-4 year old age range.

All workers must be 18 years of age.

We are looking for someone who would be able to work on.

  • Sunday mornings from 9:00am to noon
  • Wednesday evenings from 6:00pm to 8:00pm
  • Special Events

A background check will be required.

Please submit a resume to Ashley Wade at jmumcchildren@epbfi.com or call 423-624-6073.

 

 

1/12/16……………………….Part Time Test Center Administrator – Prometric Test Center of Chattanooga

Prometric Test Center of Chattanooga is seeking part-time Test Center Administrators (TCAs) to work in a professional Test Center setting to ensure the integrity of our testing services by proctoring and controlling the computer based test center environment.

DUTIES:  Responsibilities will include greeting candidates, verifying candidate identification, monitoring the examination process and maintaining Prometric policies and guidelines. TCAs are expected to uphold Prometric's standard for integrity by providing clients with a secure and clean testing location that enables our clients to pursue their testing needs in a controlled and comfortable environment.

AVAILABILITY:  Eligible candidates must have flexible availability including evenings and/or weekends as days and times are subject to change according to demand of testing. 

REQUIREMENTS:  Employment is contingent on the successful completion of an extensive background check. Must be computer-familiar and extremely comfortable with mouse, keyboard, basic Windows usage including search, print, and file handling functionality.

GOOD FIT FOR:  This position is perfect for retired professionals who are looking to supplement their current income, former stay-at-home moms with professional background looking to re-enter the work force, or any high school graduates with professional demeanor and flexible availability.

Candidate must be either a US Citizen or a Permanent Resident. 

$8.50 to start/$9 after 90 day training period

Please apply by sending a resume to: sylvanchattanooga@gmail.com

 

 

1/12/16……………………….Cashier – Elders Ace Hardware

Customer Service

  • Sees that customers are well served and always gives them top priority
  • Provide customer assistance as necessary
  • Knows the importance of prompt checkout (3 person rule)
  • Always projects a positive, enthusiastic view of Ace, our people, and our customers

Register Responsibilities

  • Operates cash register/point-of-sale terminal
  • Practices the procedures for going Off-Line.
  • Handles all customer transactions (bankcards, in-house accounts, refunds, HHC) in a professional manner.
  • Promotes the Ace Rewards program.
  • Keeps checkout area clean and orderly.
  • Stocks supplies at register.
  • Watches for shoplifters and notify appropriate manager

Like every Ace associate, the cashier should perform whatever task is necessary to ensure the store’s success.  This includes basic tasks such as loading, sweeping, cleaning, straightening a department, cycle counting, etc. when necessary.

The list above defines basic responsibilities.  Depending upon a store’s individual circumstances, this list may be expanded or altered.

This position is primarily day hours Monday – Friday with occasional weekend hours

Please mail or email resume or application to:

Elders Ace Hardware
4921 Highway 58
Chattanooga, TN 37416
Attention:  Cindy Cox

ccox@eldershardware.com

 

 

1/12/16…………………….Sales Associate – Elders Ace Hardware

2 positions available

Customer Service

  • Sees that customers are well served and always gives them top priority
  • Genuinely offers to assist customers with carrying large or heavy items – even when not specifically requested by the customer.
  • Pumps kerosene and propane (once authorized and trained)
  • Always projects a positive, enthusiastic view of Ace, our people and our customers

Store Duties

  • Restocks merchandise displays as needed
  • Fronts merchandise to keep displays clean, neat, and attractive
  • Responsible for housekeeping duties including cleaning, sweeping, removing trash, etc.
  • Takes responsibility for duties assigned from the Duty Lists (4) or for any duty assigned by a Team Leader.
  • Takes responsibility for staying on track with his/her personal development plan.
  • Takes personal initiative to stay productive.
  • Avoids personal distraction such as personal telephone calls or personal visits.
  • Abides by the company guidelines defined in the Policy Book and the Orientation Booklet.

Like every Ace associate, the Sales Associate should perform whatever task is necessary to ensure the store’s success.

The list above defines basic responsibilities.  Depending upon a store’s individual circumstances, this list may be expanded or altered.

Please mail or email resume or application to:

Elder’s Ace Hardware
4921 Highway 58
Chattanooga, TN 37416
Attention:  Cindy Cox

ccox@eldershardware.com

 

 

1/12/16…………………Sales Associate-Part Time – UPS Store

The UPS Store on Signal Mountain Rd, at the foot of Signal Mountain, has a position open for a sales associate to work 15-20 hours per week and leading to more if desired.

An outgoing, sales-oriented personality is helpful as well as proficient computer skills. The work is scheduled around your schedule no late nights. Some Saturdays required. Good pay plus bonuses. We highly value UTC full and part time students.

PLEASE APPLY IN STORE ONLY.
711 Signal Mountain Road
Chattanooga, TN. 37405

 

 

1/12/16……………………Seasonal Interpretive Ranger – Tennessee State Parks

WILL CONDUCT ON CAMPUS INTERVIEWS ON FEBRUARY 17, 2016

Period of Employment:  May 16 through September 5

Salary:  $9.87/hour for 37.5 hours/week

Housing: Available at most parks at no charge

Criteria:

  • At least a junior standing (completion of sophomore year) working toward and undergraduate degree in general life sciences, forestry, wildlife, geology, geography, history, anthropology/archaeology, natural resource based recreation with minor in life sciences or history or other related area of study.  Coursework in outdoor leadership and/or in wilderness skills is supportive and desirable but not mandatory
  • A sound knowledge of our willingness to learn about the natural and cultural history of the park area
  • Personality and communicative skills conducive to work in public service while guiding and directing interpretive programs, assisting park visitors and supporting park rangers and staff in a myriad of administrative, maintenance and operational duties
  • Writing skills as applied to organizing information, completing reports, generating interpretive program transcripts and responding to requests for park information.

Duties:

  • Seasonal Interpretive Rangers are responsible for: providing interpretive programs such as guided tours, hikes, slide shows, demonstrations, campfires and other outdoor activities for park visitors; assisting the park rangers in the protection of the natural and cultural features, park boundary inspection/maintenance and other resource management activities as assigned; assisting the park rangers in assuring that park facilities, buildings, grounds and equipment are secure; assists rangers in the inspection and maintenance of buildings, grounds and equipment; assists rangers with routine reports and records; assists rangers in scheduling, delegating and executing work assignments of various groups.

Licenses, Certificates or Registration:

  • A valid vehicle operator license is required
  • Desirable but not required certifications: CPR, Advanced First Aid, First Responder or Emergency Medical Technician

Physical Requirements or Other Factors:

  • Good physical condition: ability to do much hiking, climbing and carrying; ability to perform responsibly under emergency and crisis situations.

For further information contact the Program Services office:
Middle Tennessee – John Froeschauer – 615-333-6732 or john.froeschauer@tn.gov
East Tennessee – Steve Smith – 931-698-4313 or steve1.smith@tn.gov

Interviews will be held on campus February 17th

Sign up for interviews in the Biology Office at 215 Holt Hall

*Please bring a completed application and copy of transcript to the interview!

 

 

1/11/16……………The 2016 Summer UTHealth Undergraduate Fellowship Program:  Innovation in Cancer Prevention Research is here again!   

We are recruiting top undergraduates from colleges and universities throughout the U.S. to work with the University of Texas Health Science Center (UTHealth) School of Public Health, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and School of Biomedical Informatics faculty on research projects related to cancer prevention and control.   

The undergraduate fellows will work 10 weeks, starting June 6th and be paid a competitive stipend. 

Examples of projects include ■policy analyses, ■data mining and other “big data” projects, ■building apps and e-interventions, ■economic analyses, ■formative work and pilot studies for new interventions,  ■systematic reviews and meta-analyses, ■adaptation of evidence-based interventions, and ■community assessments.   

Go to our website, http://go.uth.edu/CPRIT-summer, and click on Apply to access the application packet.   

The deadline for submitting this form is February 5th at 11:59 p.m CST. 

 

 

1/11/16……………Part Time Positions at The Acropolis

We are currently hiring for server and hostess positions. We have flexible hours and will work with students that provide their school schedule.

Must apply in person at
Acropolis
2213 Hamilton Place
Chattanooga, TN 37421

 

 

1/11/16…………………….Part Time Senior Coach

Operation Get Active is going live this spring and it’s time to build a team of coaches! 

Commitment: part-time (afternoons and early evenings)

Program: Operation Get Active

Organization: Chattanooga Football Club Foundation

Reports to: Director, Operation Get Active

Operation Get Active is a health initiative that uses the game of soccer to encourage youth to live active and healthy lifestyles. We aim to inspire and educate youth across Chattanooga about the importance of health, fitness, and nutrition. Operation Get Active will launch in Spring 2016.The program will run at City of Chattanooga recreation centers, private community centers and Hamilton County elementary schools to students in grades 5 and 6.

Operation Get Active sessions are one-hour long and take place twice a week at each location. The full program runs over the course of ten weeks. The program culminates in a soccer festival. This is designed to celebrate the participants’ completion of the program and give them the opportunity to compete against participants from other locations.

We are now recruiting coaches to join our team and help us launch Operation Get Active. This is a really exciting opportunity to be part of what will be a really exciting soccer program. This is a paid position and those hired will be compensated for coaching, planning, and travel time. Coaches will also receive a comprehensive training program, team building activities, and Operation Get Active coaching apparel.

Operation Get Active Senior Coach Summary

  • As a senior coach, you will be responsible for the planning, delivery, and completion of the Operation Get Active program at your assigned location.

Operation Get Active Senior Coach Responsibilities

  • Managing and coordinating assistant coaches
  • Communicating and building a relationship with your assigned location
  • Keeping record of attendance, fitness data, and curriculum information
  • Ensuring all sessions are conducted safely and on time

Operation Get Active Senior Coach Skills and Qualifications

  • Experience coaching soccer (including a coaching qualification or the the desire to obtain one)
  • Previous experience working with youth, specifically aged 8-12
  • Experience working in diverse and challenging environment

Timeline:

  • Application Deadline: February 1, 2016
  • Training: February 15-29, 2016 (total 10 hours)
  • Coaching: March to June, 2016

All applicants must provide a short cover letter and resume, creativity appreciated! Send applications to peter@chattanoogafc.com with the subject “Senior Coach Applicant - [YOUR NAME]”

 

 

1/11/16…………………….Part Time Senior Coach

Operation Get Active is going live this spring and it’s time to build a team of coaches! 

Commitment: part-time (afternoons and early evenings)

Program: Operation Get Active

Organization: Chattanooga Football Club Foundation

Reports to: Director, Operation Get Active

Operation Get Active is a health initiative that uses the game of soccer to encourage youth to live active and healthy lifestyles. We aim to inspire and educate youth across Chattanooga about the importance of health, fitness, and nutrition. Operation Get Active will launch in Spring 2016.The program will run at City of Chattanooga recreation centers, private community centers and Hamilton County elementary schools to students in grades 5 and 6.

Operation Get Active sessions are one-hour long and take place twice a week at each location. The full program runs over the course of ten weeks. The program culminates in a soccer festival. This is designed to celebrate the participants’ completion of the program and give them the opportunity to compete against participants from other locations.

We are now recruiting coaches to join our team and help us launch Operation Get Active. This is a really exciting opportunity to be part of what will be a really exciting soccer program. This is a paid position and those hired will be compensated for coaching, planning, and travel time. Coaches will also receive a comprehensive training program, team building activities, and Operation Get Active coaching apparel.

Operation Get Active Assistant Coach Summary

  • As an assistant coach, you will be responsible for the assisting your senior coach in the planning, delivery, and completion of the Operation Get Active program at your assigned location.

Operation Get Active Assistant Coach Responsibilities

  • Supporting the communication and relationship management with your assigned location
  • Supporting the senior coach in keeping record of attendance, fitness data, and curriculum information
  • Assisting the senior coach in ensuring all sessions are conducted safely and on time

Operation Get Active Assistant Coach Skills and Qualifications

  • Experience coaching soccer (including a coaching qualification or the the desire to obtain one)
  • Previous experience working with youth, specifically aged 8-12
  • Experience working in diverse and challenging environment

Timeline:

  • Application Deadline: February 1, 2016
  • Training: February 15-29, 2016 (total 10 hours)
  • Coaching: March to June, 2016

All applicants must provide a short cover letter and resume, creativity appreciated! Send applications to peter@chattanoogafc.com with the subject “Senior Coach Applicant - [YOUR NAME]”

 

 

1/8/16…………………Runner for Downtown Law Firm

Downtown law firm has an opening for a runner.  Job includes filing, delivering papers to courts and downtown offices, scanning documents, copying and mailing paperwork, assisting existing staff as needed.

Pay is minimum wage - $7.25/hr. 

Schedule – need 20-25 hours per week – can work around student’s classes. MUST pass drug screen and background check.

Applications accepted at our office located at 701 Market Street, Suite 700, from 8:30 – 5:00 daily.  Interviews will be set up by phone after review of resumes and applications.

 

 

1/7/16…………….Summer 2016 ORISE Fellowship Opportunity at the FDA

Program Description

Summer research opportunities are available at the National Center for Toxicological Research (NCTR), U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in Jefferson, Arkansas. Selected individuals will participate in research projects on the biological effect of potentially toxic chemicals and the solutions to toxicology problems that have a major impact on human health and the environment.

This program, administered by ORAU through its contract with the U.S. Department of Energy to manage the Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education, was established through an interagency agreement between DOE and FDA. The appointment period is full-time for up to 10 weeks beginning May 23, 2016. The participant will receive a monthly stipend commensurate with educational level and experience. Proof of health insurance is required for participation in this program. Participants do not become employees of FDA or the program administrator, and there are no fringe benefits paid.

Qualifications

Applicants must be a U.S. citizen at least 18 years of age at the time of the appointment. Applicants must be a student in good standing at an accredited U.S. college or university, or accepted as an entering graduate or professional student at an accredited college or university, with a cumulative GPA of 2.50 or higher (based on a 4.0 scale). Majors that are eligible include Physics, Mathematics, Statistics, Engineering (Bioengineering, Biomedical, Chemical, and Engineering Sciences), Nanotechnology, and Computer Science (Scientific Computing and Informatics). Other eligible areas of study include life health and medical sciences and other physical sciences.

How to Apply

Apply online at https://www.zintellect.com/Posting/details/1683

A complete application consists of:

  • An application
  • Transcripts
  • A current resume/CV, including academic history, employment history, relevant experiences, and a publication list
  • Two educational or professional references

**If you have completed your Associate’s, Bachelor’s, or Master’s degree and have been accepted or enrolled in the next level degree program for Fall 2016, be sure to include that information in your personal profile on zintellect so the system will allow you to continue to the rest of the application.

  • All documents must be in English or include an official English translation.
  • The application deadline is February 19, 2016.

If you have questions, send an email to FDArpp@orau.org. Please include the reference code for this opportunity in your email (FDA-NCTR-2016-0036).

 

 

1/6/16……………. Ribbon Cutter – Ribbon and Bows Oh My

POSITION PURPOSE:

The Ribbon Cutter is responsible for cutting down larger rolls of product to the correct length in order to be rolled. The primary goal is to complete the work orders distributed by the ribbon assembly manager accurately and in a timely manner. The secondary role of this position is to assist in the packing process of orders to be shipped.

PRINCIPLE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Cut large spools of product down to correct sizes based on work orders provided by Ribbon Assembly Manager
    • Includes various products and collections
  • Pack orders on “CPS” wall – Check Orders, Pack Orders, Ship Orders
  • Assemble DIY kits as needed
  • Assemble hardware/misc. items as needed
  • Ensures the quality of the work
    • Minimize errors on cuts
    • Packaging products properly and without errors

We are looking for a 25 - 30 hour part time position with pay starting around $9/hour. This could potentially ramp up to a full time position as well.

Apply by sending your resume to shalin@ribbonandbowsohmy.com.

 

 

1/6/16………………………….Before/After School Child Care Workers Needed

The Hamilton County Department of Education School Age Child Care Program is looking for college students that are interested in gaining experience working with children.

Applicants must:

  • Enjoy working with school age children
  • Provide direct instruction and supervision for students in child care
  • Be available to work before school from approximately 6 – 8:30 AM and/or after school from approximately 2:30 – 6 PM (varies per school) or between the hours of 6 AM and 6 PM through the summer
  • Be dependable and responsible
  • Plan and carry out activities with school age children
  • Be available to attend in-services

Assistants starting pay starts at $9.36 per hour and hours vary week to week depending on attendance.

We currently have positions available throughout Hamilton County.

For more information, please contact Josh Miller at (423) 893-3530 or by email at miller_josh@hcde.org.

Please include a resume and your current school schedule.  Applications will need to completed online by visiting the following link: https://jobs.hcde.org/ats/app_login?COMPANY_ID=00007807.

 

 

1/5/16………………..Part Time Landscaping Help Needed

I currently run a small landscaping company as well as doing some property management and I'm looking for a PART TIME worker.  Work may include, cutting grass, leaf removal, gutter cleaning, painting, planting, mulching, and other things of that nature.

Need your own transportation to starting location then can ride in company truck from there.

Pay can start at 10.00 per hour and increase from there based on reliability and productivity. First pay increase could be within first week.

To apply please call me, John Davis at 423 316 2880. Call anytime Mon-Fri 7:30 am-7:30 pm.

 

 

1/5/16………………………Summer 2016 Student Intern for Information Technology - Y-12 Recruiting 

Specific Job Responsibilities:

The Y-12 National Security Complex is currently recruiting for summer 2016 internship opportunities in Engineering (Computer or Electrical), Computer Science, and Information Technology. The Internship Program is a 12 week program that offers challenging assignments and projects and career development workshops to enhance your professional growth. You will also earn a competitive salary based on your discipline and academic class status. 

The intern position will remain open until all candidates have been identified. 

Specific Job Knowledge & Training Required:

To be considered for the Information Technology Intern position, you must be working toward or have completed a degree in Engineering (Computer or Electrical), Computer Science, or Information Technology. Students who have graduated are eligible up to one year post graduation. In addition, you must have completed (at a minimum) your sophomore year in college, have an overall GPA (grade point average) of 2.8 or above, and be a United States Citizen. 

A completed online application is required. You must include a resume and current transcript. Ensure that your graduation date and GPA are listed on your resume. Failure to attach a resume and transcript will eliminate you from the selection process. 

Contract Type:  Temporary 

Employment Fraction:  Full-time 

Y-12 is a drug-free workplace. Candidates accepting a job offer will be required to pass a pre-placement physical, drug screening and background investigation. As an employee, you must also be able to receive and maintain a security clearance from the United States Department of Energy in order to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information or matter. All employees with a security clearance are also subject to being randomly selected for drug testing without advance notification. 

Y-12 is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, genetics, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with disability.

Candidates will need to visit the CNS Y-12 website at http://www.y12.doe.gov/careers in order to create a profile and apply to the position BEFORE 3/5/16

Reference Code:  CRH ISS Student Intern - IT 373209 - E

 

 

1/5/16………………………..Fruit Experts needed part-time

Must be computer literate, work well with others and independently, self-starter, great customer service. Starts at $7.50

Apply in person after 2:00pm to 4513 Brainerd Road Chattanooga, TN 37411. NO PHONE CALLS.

 

 

1/5/16……………………..YMCA has the following job openings available:   

  • After School Tutors:   Monday - Thursday and Monday - Friday positions are available for after school tutoring programs with inner city youth.  The hours are approximately 2:30 - 5:30.  Prefer students who are proficient in literacy and math.  Bi-lingual is a plus 
  • Early Learning Readiness Leaders:  The YMCA is looking for bi-lingual early childhood educators for it's Early Learning Readiness program.  There are three positions available.  The program is Tuesday-Thursday 9:00- 1:00.  

To apply send resume to brush@ymcachattanooga.org

 

 

1/4/16………………………………Spring 2016 Internship at Miller Industries

Miller Industries is searching for more interns for our Spring positions.  We are taking resumes based on Industrial and Mechanical Engineering or Engineering Management students.

This is a paid internship, in which we provide on the job training that overlap with those courses that students are taking. I am attaching an Internship Breakdown.

Project:

  • Development and implementation of process control techniques and procedures
  • Analysis of Manufacturing Processes (Process sheets, Tools, Facility Requirements, etc.)
  • Documentation of Manufacturing Processes
  • Time Studies depicting Manufacturing Processes
  • Identify and Quantify aspects of these Processes
  • Quality Control and Corrective actions
  • Bill of Materials Re-Structuring
  • Routings and Time associated to Piece Parts, Weldments, and/or Assemblies
  • Line Balancing

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct Time Studies
  • Gather data and analyze pertinent data
  • Confer with design engineering and purchasing in determining product specifications
  • Communicate through technical writing
  • Research policies & regulations
  • Quantify process procedures
  • Conduct Root-Cause Analysis
  • Determine Quality of Product by Quality of Design, Quality of Process and Quality of Conformance

Skills Required:

  • Technical Writing
  • Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Microsoft Project)
  • Work Measurements and Design
  • Operations Management (Plus)
  • Knowledge of Quality Tools (plus)
  • Facilities Planning
  • 3-D Modeling
  • Project Management

Compensation:

  • Paid Internship
  • 25-40 hrs. /wk. based on availability of student
  • Hands-On Experience /On the Job Training
  • Will work around school schedule

Interested students should email resumes to gportill@millerind.com

 

 

1/4/16…………………….Summer Camp Help Needed at Hunter Museum

The Hunter Museum is looking for an instructor to teach an Summer Art Camp titled: Art-bot,  art + robotics. 

The pay is $16/hr. for a one week camp that runs M-F from 8:45 a - 4:00 p

For more information contact:  Rachel Veal at RVeal@huntermuseum.org

 

 

1/4/16………………………..Dinner Delivered is NOW HIRING Mobile Waiters and Restaurant Delivery Drivers!

Looking for Bright and Energetic Individuals with:

  • A Neat and Clean Appearance
  • A Friendly Attitude
  • A Good Driving Record
  • A Safe and Dependable Vehicle
  • A Cell Phone with Unlimited Texting
  • A GPS Device or Cell Phone GPS App

Mobile Waiters and Restaurant Delivery Drivers deliver restaurant takeout and to-go orders from over 100 of Chattanooga’s Restaurants to customers’ residences and businesses for Lunch and Dinner, 10:00am – 10:00pm daily.

Dinner Delivered is Chattanooga’s restaurant delivery service, partnered with restaurants such as: Chili’s, Mellow Mushroom, Sticky Fingers, Five Guys, Taziki’s, Tony’s Pasta Shop,

Noodles & Co, T-Mac, and Champy’s Famous Fried Chicken!

Hiring for Part-Time and Full-Time Positions:

  1. You can work anywhere from 15 to 70 hours a week!
  2. You choose which shifts you would like to work per week: Lunch, Dinner, or Both!
  3. You make your own schedule!

You must work at least one Friday, Saturday, or Sunday Dinner Shift per week.
Pay = $10.00 - $15.00 an hour.

You will never make less than $10.00 an hour, and you can make up to $20.00 an hour, or more!

You can choose to work a variety of driving shifts each week, such as:

  • 11:00am – 3:00pm, for a Lunch Shift
  • 11:00am – 9:00pm, for a Double Shift
  • 5:00pm – 10:00pm, for a Dinner Shift

HOW TO APPLY:

Email a professional resume with your applicable skills listed, along with your education and work history, and a list of 3 references to: Employment@DinnerDelivered.com

If your resume is interesting or applicable, the Dinner Delivered management supervisor will contact you for an interview to asses a presentation of your qualifications, abilities, and attitude.

For more information, or to see how the service works, view our website at www.DinnerDelivered.com, and checkout the FAQ.

If you have any questions, you can call us at (423) 634-8899. But to be considered for hiring, you must submit a resume to: Employment@DinnerDelivered.com

 

 

12/30/15……………………..Delivery drivers needed to distribute local magazine.

Job Overview

CMC Publications will assign you a delivery route that will cover one of 18 areas of Chattanooga, North Georgia or Bradley County. You will deliver magazines to locations where people work, relax and take care of their families – including businesses, medical offices, salons, etc.

Job pays $8/hour and driver will be reimbursed for gas costs. This job is occasional and you will be needed about once a month for 3-4 days, but is a great way to make some extra cash!  

The Details:

  • Must be 18 years of age or older
  • Must have a valid driver’s license, proof of car insurance for the car you will be making deliveries in, and satisfactory vehicle
  • Must be available between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. for at least 5 hours at a time. NOTE: Routes can take between 3 to 8 hours.
  • We only deliver on week days.
  • How many days you work depends on what our need is and what your availability is.
  • Must have a clean car and have room for boxes of magazines

For more information, please send resume to Danielle at danielle@sceniccitymags.com.

 

 

12/30/15………………….. Part-Time Child Care Provider/Certified Teacher Needed

Part-time Child care provider/Certified teacher needed on Signal Mountain. 8:30AM – 12:00PM. Monday - Friday. 

Prior teaching and child care experience required.  CPR certification preferred.   

If interested, please send resume to Robin Cruise at rcruise@alumni.lsu.edu.    

 

 

12/29/15……………………….RESEARCH ASSISTANT I – APPLICATION RESEARCHERS 

Application Researchers® is seeking a part-time Research Assistant I to assist in daily operations.  Duties include satisfying requests from clients for background investigations by performing a variety of employment screening services, entering data into custom code software and checking data for accuracy.  This position requires superb customer service skills, perfection in verbal and written communications, attention to detail and the ability to work independently within a team environment.   

Location:  Southside District of downtown Chattanooga, five minutes from campus 

Hours:  20-25 per week, Monday – Friday, anytime between 8:30am-5:00pm 

Starting Salary:  $8.50 per hour 

Required Qualifications:

  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Expected graduation date of December 2016 or later

To apply:   Send the following to info@applicationresearchers.com:

  1. Cover Letter
  2. Resume
  3. Writing Sample - For your writing sample, please answer the following question in 300 words or less:   If you could change one thing in the world, what would it be and how would you want to make that change?

 

 

12/29/15…………………........Jobs available at Clumpies Ice Cream Company

See Rock City, Inc. currently has several opportunities at Clumpies Ice Cream Company!

  • Clumpies Partner
  • Clumpies Lead Partner
  • Clumpies Team Leader
  • Clumpies Ice Cream Chef

Please visit www.seerockcity.com to see a job description complete the online application!

 

 

12/29/15……………………Hostess/Host needed – St. John’s Restaurant

St. John’s Restaurant is looking for an organized, responsible individual with strong work ethic.

Responsibilities include: greeting & seating guests, taking reservations, etc.

Candidate must have friendly & professional demeanor, strong organizational skills and a strong attention to detail.      

Apply in person at St. John’s Restaurant between 12 and 4 only at 1278 Market Street, Chattanooga

 

 

12/29/15……………………Waiter Assistant(s) needed – St. John’s Restaurant

St. John’s Restaurant is looking for organized, responsible, fast learning individuals to work directly with server staff in a fine dining atmosphere.

Candidates must be able to work quickly, efficiently and follow direction.

Responsibilities include clearing and resetting tables, watering and bringing bread to tables, running food and carrying trays.

Restaurant experience a plus.

Apply in person at St. John’s Restaurant between 12 and 4 only at 1278 Market Street, Chattanooga

 

 

12/29/15……………………Server(s) needed – St. John’s Restaurant

As a Server at The Meeting Place, you will be expected to provide a prompt and professional service to guests. You will have excellent communication skills, be an excellent team player, and will have a real passion for food and wine. You will have pride and attention to detail in your work, will be flexible and organized.

The ideal candidate will have 3+ years experience.

Apply in person at St. John’s Restaurant between 12 and 4 only at 1278 Market Street, Chattanooga

 

 

12/28/15………………………..Programs Educator – Creative Discovery Museum

Occupational Summary

The Programs Educator is accountable for planning and implementing CDM’s educational programs. These programs include birthday parties, overnight lock-ins at the Museum, camps, homeschool programs, Club Discovery, afterschool programs at regional schools and fee-based workshops including Science Theater workshops for school groups.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Plans for and implement birthday parties. This involves making arrangements with the party guest, purchasing supplies for the party, setting up the birthday party room, managing the party and guests, and cleaning up at the end of the day.
  • Plans for and implements lock-ins.  This involves making arrangements with the participants, providing leadership for the ME staff, purchasing supplies for the lock-in, setting up the lock-in, cleaning up after the lock-in, spending the night in the Museum, conducting workshops and other activities during the lock-in, and cleaning up after the event.
  • Plans for and implements camps at the Museum.  This includes camps during fall break, winter break, spring break, and summer break and involves teaching curriculum-based activities for one week intervals. The Program Educator will contact participants, collect materials and supplies, set up the camp activities, implement the camp curriculum, run the camp for children from pre-K through 5th grade, and clean up at the end of camp activities.
  • Plans for and implements fee-based workshops such as Gingerbread House Making.  The Program Educator will contact participants, purchase supplies, set up the activities, run the program, and clean up after the workshop.
  • Plans for and implements afterschool programs such as Club Discovery and school-based afterschool programs. This includes being the point of contact for parents, setting up activities, classroom management and directing volunteers, as well as room clean-up following the programs.
  • Plans for and implements homeschool programs. This includes being the point of contact for parents, setting up activities, classroom management and directing the activities of volunteers, as well as room clean-up following the program.
  • Plans for and implements Science Theater programs.  This includes being the point of contact for parents, setting up activities, classroom management and directing the activities of volunteers, as well as room clean-up following the program.
  • Plans for and implements off-site programming at various community venues. This includes PR outreach venues, schools, and community events.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required

  • Ability to implement innovative, fun programs and activities that are accessible by a wide range of ages and audiences
  • Knowledge of best practices for educational program delivery
  • Project management skills including the ability to organize and administer programs
  • Ability to work well with others
  • General knowledge of child development
  • High energy level
  • Ability to communicate effectively orally and through written directions

Education/Experience Required

  • High school diploma
  • 2 years life experience or formal education in the Arts, Science, Early Childhood, or Education
  • 2 years teaching in a related program field ages 2 – 12
  • Informal education experience preferred
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively work with a variety of personalities, be an effective part of a team, and be flexible

Physical Demands

  • Some standing and walking on the Museum floor for extended periods
  • Some lifting and carrying of activities.

Working Conditions

  • Museum floor, classroom, community schools
  • Holiday, weekend, and night work required

Part-time; hourly

If you are qualified and would like to be considered, email your résumé to Leah Wilson at ldw@tnaqua.org or apply in person at the IMAX, located 201 Chestnut Street. 
 

 

12/28/15………………………….Clyde's On Main - Home Team

Located in the Southside at 122 West Main Street, Clyde's On Main is looking to hire individuals for their Home Team. The Home Team is our internal security staff. Shifts are Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.

If interested and would like more details before applying, please email Tenley at tmayfield@clydesonmain.comWe are now accepting applications and will accept them Monday - Thursday from 2:00-4:00.