PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS

 


Closing Date:
03/20/15

TERRITORY MANAGER / TRADE MARKETING
Nationwide (Reynolds American)

HOURS / WEEK:    40+
DAYS OF WEEK:    Monday - Friday
SALARY RANGE:  
 Competitive

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Territory Managers / Trade Marketing Representatives are assigned to a geographic territory where they are responsible for:

Calling on established traditional and nontraditional retail outlets
Selling and executing national/local brand building marketing programs and initiatives within these accounts
Achieving assigned quantitative and qualitative sales goals and brand building measures
Building outstanding relationships with store managers/owners by providing expert tobacco/consumer insights and advice through the development of individual business plans
Participating in relationship marketing by conducting effective "1 to 1" Consumer Engagements through a thorough understanding of Consumer Marketing Brand Strategies
Actively promoting the marketing mix through direct discussions with retailers using analytical proficiency and influencing skills to promote a beneficial business plan for RJRT and our retailers.
Consistently demonstrating the application of company values in all business interactions It is expected that Territory Managers / Trade Marketing Representative will become not only a passionate tobacco expert, but a valuable business consultant whose analysis, judgment and knowledge of the consumer and industry dynamics makes for a valuable partner to our retail customers.

Territory Managers will be given in depth training to focus on product sales and distribution, as well as Consumer Marketing Brand Strategies, effective consumer engagement, and tobacco product awareness.

Important Note: The location that you apply through may not be the location where you are assigned in the field. You will need to be open to mobility in order to be considered for this position.

HOW TO APPLY
Go to: www3.apply2jobs.com/RJReynolds/ProfExt/index.cfm?fuseaction=mExternal.showJob&RID=2266&SID=11&CurrentPage=1

(Posted:  2/17/15)

Closing Date:
03/26/15

SAFETY TECHNICIAN
Crossfire, LLC

Hours / Week:    
Days of Week:   
Salary Range:    
 

Position Description and Qualifications
Centerpoint Fire and Safety is currently recruiting for Safety Technicians in Midland, TX and in Cushing, OK. Requirements for this position are specialized. Ideal candidate will possess National Fire Protection Association Confined Space Rescue certification, Rope Rescue Level I certification, First Aid, CPR certifications, Emergency Medical Responder (First Responder) or EMT certification, and experience with hazardous materials operations. Must also have strong knowledge in atmospheric monitoring.
Ideal candidate will possess critical reasoning skills and be capable of applying them effectively on the job. Safety Technicians may also provide professional health, safety and environmental advice and consultation, for promoting a positive safety culture and for anticipating and assessing health and safety hazards in the field. Previous oilfield experience is preferred.
Centerpoint Fire and Safety maintains a drug free work environment and requires a pre-employment drug screen. All applicants are subject to pre-employment background checks. Please submit resume to recruiting@crossfire-llc.com.

How to Apply
Please submit resume to recruiting@crossfire-llc.com.

(Posted:  1/26/15)

Closing Date:
3/31/15

AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION CONSULTANT
Dolores Conservation District

HOURS / WEEK:    40
DAYS OF WEEK:    Monday - Friday
SALARY RANGE:  
 $35,500 - $37,000

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
The Dolores Conservation District (DCD), based in Cortez, CO, is embarking on a new and innovative path to ensure the future of our agricultural community using a whole systems approach. If you believe successful farming depends on observation of the land, attention to the weather and a willingness to work with nature to protect our productive soils and conserve our limited water resources, consider joining our team.

The Dolores Conservation District is searching for an individual to help develop a new program that will promote sustainable conservation management on agricultural lands. This is a multifaceted position requiring strong interpersonal skills, computer knowledge, an agronomy background, and agricultural experience. A successful candidate would be able to establish a strong working relationship with agricultural producers to improve resource conservation resulting in a more profitable and sustainable operation for current and future producers. Farm management practices include; soil health, appropriate grazing methods, sustainable crop rotations, efficient and productive use of irrigation water and reduction of high cost inputs. The position will require significant time in the field working with producers to inventory their operation and objectives. This information will be used to design conservation plans following the NRCS 9 steps of conservation planning. Individuals must possess a valid driver’s license and be able to pass a USDA background check.

Required/Preferred skills:
• Background/interpersonal skills working with agricultural producers.
• Knowledge of general farming practices and implements and the ability to understand when and how those implements are used in a crop rotation.
• Knowledge of equipment calibration (specifically, seed-drill).
• Background in resource conservation is beneficial.
• Knowledge of irrigation practices and crop water consumption rates.
• Knowledge of soil biota, soil chemical and physical properties, and how farming practices affect these characteristics.
• Knowledge of computer programs, especially Arc Map and RUSLE II is beneficial.

HOW TO APPLY
Please send letter of interest and resume’ to doloresconservation@gmail.com by March 31, 2015.

(Posted:  3/11/15)

Closing Date:
6/11/15

LEARNING CENTER COORDINATOR
Dine College Tuba City

HOURS / WEEK:    40
DAYS OF WEEK:    Monday - Friday
SALARY RANGE:  
 $32,255

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Responsible for the overall daily operation of the Learning Center in accordance with the institutional policies and procedures, the goals and objectives, and the educational philosophy of the Dine College. Initiates, plans, implements, and evaluates programs and activities.

HOW TO APPLY
To apply, visit Dine College website at www.dinecollege.edu. Health, Life Insurance, 401-K, 403-B, and short term disability available. Place of employment is located at Tuba City Dine College Campus.

(Posted:  3/11/15)


Closing Date:
5/10/15

COMMUNITY SUPPORT WORKER II (Children)
Presbyterian Medical Services

HOURS / WEEK:    40
DAYS OF WEEK:    Monday - Friday
SALARY RANGE:  
 DOE

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
Under supervision, this position provides Comprehensive Community Support Services (CCSS) for children or adolescents experiencing Serious Emotional/Neurobiological/Behavioral Disorders and their families, to improve quality of like and maintain the highest possible ability to function independently within the community. Related Master's degree plus one year relevant experience working with the target population. Related college degrees include Psychology, Counseling, Sociology, Social Work, Criminal Justice, Family Studies, Special Education and Human Services. Target population is defined as children or adolescents with one of the following: Severe Mental Illness (SMI); Chronic Substance Dependence; or Co-occurring disorder (mental illness/substance abuse) and/or dully diagnosed with a primary diagnosis of mental illness. Certification as a Peer or Family Specialist can substitute for one year of related work experience. Must complete twenty (20) hours of documented training within 90 days of employment that includes topics outlined in the New Mexico interagency Behavioral Health staffing requirements. Must complete twenty (20) hours of ongoing documented training every year after the first year of hire, with content or the education based on assessment of staff need. Bilingual (English/Spanish) or (English/Navajo) preferred. New Mexico State licensure as a Master's or doctorate level mental health counselor, social worker, or psychologist is required, e.g., LPC, LMHC, LPCC, LMSW, LISW, LCSW, LMFT, LPAT or LCP. Must have by date of hire and maintain current throughout employment. Have or be able to obtain First Aid and BLS/CPR certification within 30 days of hire. May be required to use personal transportation to carry out job duties. Must possess and maintain a valid Driver's license. Must provide a current motor vehicle record. Criminal records check required.

HOW TO APPLY
Apply at www.pmsnm.org. Click on Jobs @ PMS

(Posted:  3/10/15)
 

Closing Date:
5/10/15

CHILDREN SERVICES COORDINATOR
Presbyterian Medical Services

HOURS / WEEK:    40
DAYS OF WEEK:    Monday - Friday
SALARY RANGE:  
 $17.39 to $22.48 DOE

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
This position provides oversight and supervision to the Family and Community Partnership content area of the Head Start/Early Head Start program, including parent involvement and social services activities as well as providing linkages with community agencies. Degree in Human Services, Early Childhood Education, Child Development, Family Studies, Social Work, Family Services, Social Services, or related field. A degree is considered related only when it includes 6 or more courses in one of the above-mentioned fields. Must have 2 years experience working with families, including family-centered family strengths model, resource and referral, case management, etc. Requires 1 year supervisory experience. Bilingual English/Spanish or English/Navajo preferred. Have or be able to obtain First Aid and BLS/CPR certification within 30 days of hire. Must have valid driver's license and may be required to use personal transportation to carry out job duties. Salary range: $17.39 to $22.48, dependent on education. Position requires successful completion of Criminal Records Check.

HOW TO APPLY
Apply at www.pmsnm.org. Click on Jobs @ PMS

(Posted:  3/10/15)
 

Closing Date:
5/15/15

DEVELOPMENTAL SPEC II or III
Presbyterian Medical Services

HOURS / WEEK:    40
DAYS OF WEEK:    Monday - Friday
SALARY RANGE:  
 $14.50 - $16.50

POSITION DESCRIPTION AND QUALIFICATIONS
The Developmental Specialist is responsible for working in partnership with families and/or other primary caregivers and as a member of an interdisciplinary team in designing, implementing and coordinating services which support the needs of each child and family eligible for NM Family Infant Toddler program. Responsible for service coordination, family advocacy and education to families in assigned caseload by providing and linking families to comprehensive services including home visits. Bachelor's degree or Master's degree in one of the following disciplines: Audiology, Art or Music Therapy, Counseling and Guidance, Early Childhood Development and Education, Education of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing, Family Studies, Family Therapy and Counseling, Nursing (LPN, RN, Midwife), Nutrition/Dietetics, Occupational Therapy including Certified Occupational Therapist, Orientation/Mobility Training, Pediatric or other Medical Specialty (MD, CNP,PA), Physical Therapy including Physical Therapy Assistant, Public Health, Psychology, Social Work, Special Education, Speech and Language Pathology, Language Disorders, Vision Training. Experience working with young children and parents preferred. Bilingual English/Spanish; English/Navajo helpful. Must possess or have the ability to obtain a Developmental Specialist II or Developmental Specialist III Certificate from the NM Department of Health in accordance with Family Infant Toddler (FIT) Program regulations (7.30.8 NMAC) and Developmental Disabilities Supports Division (DDSD) Policy. When entering the early intervention system for the first time, must submit the initial application within 30 days of hire. Must re-certify every three years. Have or be able to obtain First Aid and BLS/CPR certifications within 30 days of hire. Criminal Records check required. May be required to use personal transportation to carry out job duties. Must possess and maintain a valid Driver's License. Must provide a current motor vehicle record. Candidates for this position must be eligible for employment as verified by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Inspector General (OIG) and the Government Services Administration (GSA); those individuals on the OIG/GSA Exclusion Lists will not be considered for hire. Once hired, monthly checks will be made for eligibility of continued employment.

HOW TO APPLY
Apply at www.pmsnm.org. Click on Jobs @ PMS.
(Posted:  3/10/15)