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Hours: Full time.
Customer service, clerical, receiving and receipting premiums and ability to pass insurance licensing exams.
Apply: Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: Part time. Most weekends, Saturday, 9am-5pm and Sunday, 1pm-6pm. Some weekdays if available.
Responsibilities and Duties: - Provide support as the manager on duty to part time employees. - Perform opening and closing procedures of the museum each weekend. - Address the needs of guests and demonstrate the ability to effectively resolve conflict in a way that supports the mission of the Mississippi Children’s Museum. - Oversee the security of cash using proper cash handling procedures. - Effectively delegate tasks and responsibilities to employees as needed. - Assist with answering phone calls, greeting guests, providing information about daily programming, and answering questions about the museum. - Schedule and facilitate birthday parties. - Utilize point-of-sale system to sell products to customers including admission tickets, memberships, and retail items. Qualifications: - High School Diploma or GED required - Minimum of three-year retail, sales, or customer service experience - Experience managing or leading a team in a customer service or related field - Ability to adapt to changes in the work environment and effectively address conflict in a professional manner - Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills - Commitment to excellent customer service and ability to work in a team - High comfort level working with children and diverse populations - The ability to work weekends and holidays - College Degree Preferred
Apply: Email resume and cover letter to the Director of Museum Experiences at email@example.com
Hours: Part time. Tuesday-Saturday, 830am-1pm or 1pm-530pm. Sundays, 1230pm-630pm.
The Mississippi Children’s Museum – Meridian seeks energetic, outgoing individuals who want to work in a fun, educational, fast-paced environment facilitating superior visitor experiences. This individual must provide a high profile, enthusiastic presence on the gallery floor, engage children and adults in age appropriate play, and help maintain Museum galleries at a level that maximizes the visitor’s experience. Responsibilities: • Actively engage visitors by playing with them in exhibits, answering questions, and helping when necessary. • Facilitate exhibit-focused activities with an emphasis on STEM, literacy and the arts. • Coordinate and perform day-to-day gallery operations and procedures to ensure visitor satisfaction and safety. • Monitor exhibits for safety and cleanliness, including picking up toys and props. • Ensure opening and closing responsibilities are completed each day for each gallery. • Assist in leading large group activities and coordination of field trips, programming and special events as necessary. • Cross-train with both programs/operations departments to assist with visitor experiences. a) Facilitate arts and programmatic experiences b) Assist with field trip programs c) Assist with Story Time d) Assist with WonderBox e) Assist with special event and program setup/cleanup • Work occasionally after-hours for special events and programmatic opportunities.
Apply: Email a resume to Hope Vollm, Assist Director of Education and Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: Part time. Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday, 9am-1230pm.
Must be professional. Have excellent communication skills, clerical experience, and computer skills. Must type at least 25 wpm.
Duties:Communicationing with Traveling Medical Clinicians and recruiting candidates from Staffing agencies. Following up with Recruiters on Clinicians placement.
Apply: Call Shell Mccoy @ email@example.com schedule phone interview (or ) Email resume to:
Hours: Full time. Monday-Thursday, 740am-5pm, Fridays, 730am-1pm.
Looking for a Registered Dental Hygienist. CPR certified. Experience with Dentrix software is preferred but not required.
Apply: Email resume with references to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: Full time. Three twelve hour shifts a week.
The Hemodialysis RN is responsible for the direct nursing care and hemodialysis treatments on all assigned patients within the chronic hemodialysis unit; as a Team Leader, is responsible for the supervision of designated staff members; assists as needed with patient care and serves in a professional manner with emphasis on quality care. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum requirements include graduation from an accredited school of nursing; one year of dialysis experience preferred; current registration with the Mississippi Board of Nursing; ability to use a variety of physical motions in day-to-day activity including standing, turning, bending, stooping, lifting and climbing; ability to stand and walk for extended periods of time without experiencing fatigue; flexible to role changes when assigned to function as Team Leader or Staff RN; willingness to function as Charge Nurse when designated by Nursing Supervisor, Clinical Director, or Dialysis Administrator; ability to provide nursing care on assigned patients and to handle/direct problems to appropriate service; demonstrated ability to accept responsibility and delegate duties to assigned personnel. Physical guidelines include ability to stand/walk for up to eight hours/day, bend, stoop, twist, climb, assist patients in turning, assist patients in arising from exam table, and assist wheelchair patients in arising from and returning to wheelchair.
Apply: Online at www.hattiesburgclinic.com/careers
Hours: Full time. Monday-Friday, 730am-430pm.
We are seeking a skilled CNC Operator and Programmer to join our team. The ideal candidate will have experience in operating and programming CNC machinery for various applications. This role will involve setting up and running CNC machines to produce precision parts and components according to specifications. Responsibilities: • Set up and operate CNC machines to fabricate components according to engineering drawings and specifications. • Program CNC equipment using appropriate software and programming languages. • Monitor machine operations to ensure adherence to quality standards and production schedules. • Perform routine maintenance and troubleshooting on CNC equipment as needed. • Collaborate with engineering and design teams to interpret technical drawings and implement machining requirements. • Continuously seek opportunities to improve processes and optimize machine performance. Requirements: • Proven experience as a CNC Operator and Programmer. • Proficiency in CNC programming languages • Strong technical knowledge of machining processes and equipment. • Ability to interpret technical drawings and blueprints. • Excellent problem-solving skills and attention to detail. • Effective communication and teamwork abilities.
Apply: Please submit your resume and a cover letter detailing your relevant experience and qualifications to email@example.com
Hours: Full time. Monday-Thursday, 745am-445pm and Friday 730am to 2pm.
Responsibilities: assemble footwear material, packaging, sorting and quality assurance. Inspect equipment before processing materials and identify defects, align, stitch or glue materials such as fabric and leather to footwear. May use hand tools. Will use hands to position and manipulating products. Operate machinery to process fabric and textile products.
Apply: Email your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: Full time. 1st shift. Monday-Thursday, 745am-445pm and Friday 730am-2pm.
Must have knowledge of sewing machines of various styles. Applicant must have high attention to detail, ability to focus on job task at hand, good organizational skills, communication skills, and willing to learn footwear manufacturing processes. Must have a least 12 months of professional experience in sewing.
Apply: Email your resume to email@example.com
Hours: Full time.
Description: We are looking for a talented Field Service Technician to perform service, diagnostic, repair and preventive maintenance. IPS Field Service Technicians demonstrate strong repair skills and commitment to providing an Unmatched Customer Experience.•Work safely alone and as part of a team •Closely adhere to all safety standards and procedures •Effectively contribute to a strong team environment by assisting teammates in accomplishing mutual goals •strong E/I capabilities working with electrical components, such as but not limited to, low voltage VFDs and motor starters •Inspect and test various electro-mechanical equipment •Perform electrical tests using portable electronic equipment including but not limited to: Megger®, PdMA MCE, Multimeter, and DLRO •Install/Remove AC and DC electric motors, laser align equipment, read precision measuring tools such as micrometers, replace sleeve and anti-friction bearings, set seals, air gap,and torque critical components to proper torque specs •Clean electro-mechanical equipment utilizing bead blasting, ice blasting, and solvent cleaning •Ensure a professional environment utilizing customer-facing skills •Complete assigned work in compliance with operative policies and procedures •Perform work in compliance with operating policies and procedures Qualifications and Competencies: •PdMA testing experience preferred •Electrical troubleshooting skills are preferred •Level I Vibration Analysis preferred •2+ years of AC/DC motor experience •Strong attention to detail and ability to follow directions with precise execution •Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, follow standardized work procedures, and apply strong analytical problem-solving dynamics in a continuous improvement environment •Ability to collaborate with team members •Strong customer focus with professional communication •Available and willing to work flexible hours, overtime and weekends as required, willing to be on-call •Ability to perform math functions including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division including understanding fractions and percentages •Strong verbal and written communication skills •Basic computer skills •Must have a valid Driver’s License and acceptable driving record •Ability to travel locally and overnight
Apply: Email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: Full time. Monday-Friday, evenings and weekends as needed
Description: The Facilities and Exhibits Manager is responsible for assisting with the care and cleaning of the museum along with maintenance of the museum exhibits. S/he will assist the Director of Facilities in building maintenance matters and will work collaboratively with the Facilities Committee to ensure the exhibits are safe, maintained, cleaned and functioning as intended. S/he will work with the leadership team in the planning and facilitation of museum sponsored events and facility rentals. Responsibilities: · Ensures the museum is maintained, set up and is ready for daily operations, after-school students, and facility rental · Works with Facilities Associates and contract cleaning service to achieve the highest standards in cleanliness for the museum and the exhibits · Notifies management concerning needs for major repairs and additions to the building and exhibits · Provides maintenance support to the Director of Facilities - Provides groundskeeping support to the Director of Facilities · Oversees and facilitates events set-up, breakdown, and cleaning · Assists with the transport and set up, breakdown and delivery of traveling exhibits - Assists the Director of Facilities with the planning and facilitation of the annual museum Fall Fix Up · Miscellaneous duties as assigned Qualifications and Skills: · Excellent interpersonal and verbal communication skills. · Ability to work independently, self-motivated, and takes initiative. · Commitment to customer service excellence and teamwork. · High comfort level working with a diverse public. · Able to use and/or learn to use specified tools for the moving and maintaining of exhibit pieces. · Ability to lift 50 pounds to assist in the movement of exhibit elements. · Ability to bend, kneel, stand, climb ladders and perform other physical tasks. · Ability and willingness to drive MCM’s 12-passenger van to transport smaller exhibits (driver’s license required).
Apply: Email resume to email@example.com Please submit as a Word file or PDF.
or mail to Human Resources, MS Children's Museum, PO Box 1007, Meridian, MS 39302
Hours: Full and/or Part time.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: Applicant must be a student in good standing at an accredited college or university and must have completed the equivalent of forty-eight (48) undergraduate/graduate semester hours in courses directly related to Wildlife Biology, Fisheries Biology, Law Enforcement, Parks and Recreation, Support Services, and/or Museum studies. The applicant must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.50 and receive a favorable recommendation from a reference.
CHARACTERISTICS OF WORK: Interns may perform a variety of duties designed to provide skills and experience in one of the diverse career fields within the Agency. Work assignments are performed in a specific career field related to the student's major or minor course of study. Supervision is received from a bureau advisor who assigns projects, gives preliminary instructions, reviews work accomplishments, and correlates his/her supervisory work with the institution's internship facility advisor. Individuals will be expected to work either part-time or full-time for a period of limited duration. Set hours will be approved by the intern’s supervisor.
COMPENSATION: Interns will receive a bi-weekly salary ranging from $14.00 - $15.00/hour for the length of the internship. Interns will not accrue personal and/or major medical leave, paid holidays, or participate in the state retirement system or group health plans. Students are encouraged to pursue college/university credit hours for participating in the internship; however, it is the student’s full responsibility to apply for credit hours through their school and to ensure that their requirements are fulfilled.
Hours: Full time.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, a morning air shift (6am - 10am), remote broadcasts, assistant to the Program Director, voice tracking and other assigned duties. Experience with NexGen and Adobe Audition a plus.
Apply: Interested persons may submit airchecks, resume and cover letter to the attention of Todd Berry, WOKK Program Director, Mississippi Broadcasters, LLC, PO Box 1699, Meridian, MS 39302 or you may email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours: Full time.
Digio Strategies is looking to hire a Marketing Specialist to build an account list through new business development. As a Marketing Specialist with Digio Strategies, you will be responsible for building and executing strategic marketing campaigns across multiple content platforms. You will be delivering results for businesses across East Mississippi and West Alabama by leveraging the incredible reach of 6 radio stations with the targetability of digital marketing. This position will require prospecting for potential clients, finding creative ways to generate sales leads, meeting with business owners and marketing managers to create effective marketing campaigns and ensuring that campaigns are implemented properly while making optimizations as needed. This position provides a draw against commission. There are also additional bonuses tied to sales goals. Advertising experience preferred, but not required.
Apply: If you think you would be a good candidate, or would like more information, please send your resume and cover letter to Meridianjobs@Digiostrategies.com.
Hours: Full time.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: *EMPLOYEES IN THESE POSITIONS WILL UNDERGO AN EXTENSIVE BACKGROUND CHECK AS WELL AS RANDOM DRUG TESTING. THE DATA MAY BE USED AS PART OF A REVIEW PROCESS TO EVALUATE ELIGIBILITY FOR CONTINUED EMPLOYMENT. 1. High school graduate or GED. 2. Must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age. 3. Twelve (12) months full-time paid experience in physical security, general security, or law enforcement. 4. Must complete and pass NACI Investigation (National Agency Check with Written Inquiries) 5. Must meet and maintain Air National Guard physical fitness requirements as provided by AFI 36-2905 and ANGI-10- 248. 6. Possess a valid driver’s license and if authorized to operate a government vehicle, must have the ability to obtain and maintain U.S. Government Motor Vehicle Operators ID card. PROOF OF DRIVER’S LICENSE MUST BE SUBMITTED WITH APPLICATION. 7. Knowledge of basic first aid, fire prevention, safety, and radio communications procedures. 8. Never been convicted of a felony. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: (Not all inclusive, will be fully explained during interview) 1. Performs Security and Resource Protection duties. 2. Controls entry and exit of personnel, vehicles, and equipment through entry points to facilities and parking areas. 3. Prepares variety of job-related reports and documentation. 4. Performs duties as intrusion detection equipment monitor and operates communication equipment. 5. Conducts searches of persons, vehicles, and property within jurisdictional limitations and in accordance with governing directives. 6. Apprehends suspects who have violated applicable regulations and policies and provides for their detention until relieved by higher authority. 7. Provides visitor and crowd control on a routine and emergency basis. 8. Qualifies annually with primary and secondary duty weapons. 9. Provides emergency response and assumes responsibility for situations.
Apply: Please visit www.ms.ng.mil STATE EMPLOYEE POSITION ANNOUNCEMENTANNOUNCEMENT #24-065