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Hours: Full time. Monday-Thursday, 8am-5pm and Friday 8am-4pm.
We are looking for someone to coordinate the operations of the church office which will include answering the phone, maintaining church records, ordering literature and supplies; producing church publications; keeping church directory up to date and coordinates the church calendar. This position requires a high school diploma and secretarial and computer skills preferred. We are looking for someone who will value confidentiality on all matters of the church.
Apply: Email resume to Jobs@psdbc.org
Hours: Part time. Varying days Wednesday through Saturday. Willing to work around class schedules.
Interacting and assisting customers with sales. Processing merchandise Good communication skills Basic computer skills Outgoing personality
Apply: Pick up an application at 400 22nd Avenue, Meridian, MS
Hours: Part time. Weekday afternoons and limited Saturday schedule.
Warm personality that enjoys working with people. Someone who displays honesty, integrity, and strong character.
Apply: Please call the store at 601.693.1135 or come by to apply in person, 3129 B Hwy 39 North, Meridian.
Hours: Full time. Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm.
Oversee day to day items including, but not limited to Bridal Registry Management, Inventory, Client Meetings, and other Customer Service Needs. A knowledge for retail is a plus but not necessary. A friendly personality and strong communication skills is needed.
Apply: Please call the store at 601-453-5285 to set up a time to interview.
Hours: Part time. Hours vary, mainly on Thursdays and Fridays. Can work around class schedules.
Oversee day to day items including, but not limited to helping customers pick out gifts, creating bridal registries, checking in new products and other customer service needs. A knowledge for retail is a plus, but not necessary. A friendly personality and strong communication skills are needed.
Apply: Please call the store at 601-453-5285 to set up a time to interview.
Hours: Full time. 5 days a week, 40 hours.
We are seeking a dynamic and motivated individual to join our team as a Pine Belt Land Title Legal Secretary. As a vital member of Pine Belt Land Title, you will play a key role in supporting our operations and ensuring a smooth and efficient workflow. This is an exciting opportunity to contribute to the success of our organization and grow your career in the real estate industry. Responsibilities: Legal Administrative Support: Provide exceptional administrative assistance to our legal team by performing tasks such as managing schedules, organizing files, drafting correspondence, and maintaining office supplies. You will serve as a key point of contact for clients and partners, delivering a professional and friendly experience. Document Preparation and Review: Assist in the preparation and review of legal documents related to real estate transactions, including deeds, mortgages, and title insurance policies. Ensure accuracy and completeness of all documentation, paying meticulous attention to detail. Data Entry and Database Management: Enter and maintain accurate data into our internal systems and databases. Update and organize records related to property titles, liens, and other pertinent information. Maintain confidentiality and integrity of sensitive data. Coordination and Communication: Collaborate effectively with internal team members, including attorneys, title officers, and other staff, to facilitate seamless transaction processes. Liaise with external stakeholders, such as real estate agents, lenders, and buyers/sellers, to gather necessary information and resolve any issues that may arise. Title Examination Support: Assist in conducting title searches and examinations to verify ownership, identify potential issues, and resolve any title defects. Collaborate with title examiners and underwriters to ensure accurate and timely completion of title reports. Customer Service: Provide exceptional customer service by promptly addressing inquiries and concerns from clients, real estate professionals, and other parties involved in the transaction. Strive to exceed customer expectations and maintain positive relationships. Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent; additional education or certifications in legal studies or real estate are a plus. Strong organizational and time management skills, with the ability to multitask and prioritize tasks effectively. Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including professional phone etiquette. Proficient computer skills, including MS Office Suite and database management. Attention to detail and accuracy in handling legal documents and data. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work well in a team environment. Prior experience as a legal secretary or in a real estate-related role is desirable. Any knowledge of Qualia real estate closing software puts you at a strong advantage. We will provide all the necessary training. However, having experience in financial lending, legal assistance, or real estate will help you exceed our expectations! Join our team and embark on an exciting journey in the real estate industry. As a Pine Belt Land Title Legal Secretary, you will have the opportunity to develop valuable skills, contribute to the success of our organization, and assist clients in achieving their real estate goals. We offer a competitive salary, a supportive work environment, and opportunities for professional growth.
Apply: Please submit your resume to email@example.com and make sure it includes a good phone number.
Hours: Part time. Night shift, 9pm to 7am. Morning shift, 7am to 3pm.
Front Desk Agents are responsible for greeting and registering the guest providing outstanding guest service during their stay and settling the guest's account upon completion of their stay. Primary responsibilities include: registering guests making and modifying reservations hotel operator duties. Providing attentive courteous and efficient service to all guests prior to arrival and throughout their stay while maximizing room revenue and occupancy
Apply: Please apply in person, 124 Hwy11 and 80 E.
Hours: Full time. Monday-Friday.
Description: Work and Family Life Consultants provide one-on-one consultation, information and referral, classroom training, workshops and seminars in support of the education and training component of Fleet and Family Support Program (FFSP) programs and services. Essential Duties and Responsibilities Provide a wide range of programs and services to the FFSP Conduct training classes for Sailors and family members Provide specific information on resources available Work individually with clients where appropriate Ensure all information and referral, one-on-one, and group education services provided are entered and counted in Fleet and Family Support Management Information Systems (FFSMIS) Ensure all programs and services scheduled and delivered are in the automated Centralized Scheduling and metrics system in use by the FFSP Provide support related to disaster preparedness and response Provide training delivery at-sea for Return and Reunion events. Other duties as assigned Education/Experience Bachelor’s degree in social science or related behavioral science field OR a combination of social science education and experience equivalent to a bachelor’s degree OR Four years’ equivalent experience Experience making presentations and facilitating training for large and small groups
Required Qualifications Demonstrate general knowledge of FFSP programs and experience in one or more of following program area(s): Deployment Relocation Parent Education Life Skills Family Advocacy Program Education Transition Assistance and Family Employment Cross-training and support for additional program areas as assigned Knowledge of the formulation and execution of needs assessment tools Knowledge of the military and the challenges of the military life style Knowledge of social services and/or education delivery systems Skilled in providing individual education as well as group facilitation Knowledge of the tenets of adult education and the development of training curricula based on the adult learning model Ability to manage multiple priorities Ability to use verbal and written communication skills effectively Ability to conduct program evaluations and use those evaluations to improve program effectiveness Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite software and demonstrated ability to use software to prepare management reports and provide information In the event at-sea or overseas training delivery is requested, it will be required of the employee.
Other Skills and Abilities This position requires access to U.S. Government facilities and systems. U.S. Citizenship, a valid driver's license, transportation, and auto insurance are required. Competencies To perform the job successfully, an individual should demonstrate the following competencies: Ability to work both independently and as part of a team. Customer Service - Manages difficult or emotional customer situations; Responds promptly to customer needs; Solicits customer feedback to improve service ; Responds to requests for service and assistance; Meets commitments. Oral Communication - Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; Listens and gets clarification; Responds well to questions; Demonstrates group presentation skills; Participates in meetings. Written Communication - Writes clearly and informatively; Edits work for spelling and grammar; Varies writing style to meet needs; Presents numerical data effectively; Able to read and interpret written information. Professionalism - Approaches others in a tactful manner; Reacts well under pressure; Treats others with respect and consideration regardless of their status or position; Accepts responsibility for own actions; Follows through on commitments. Physical Demands: Works in office areas. Sits, stands, bends, lifts, and moves intermittently during working hours. Uses personal computer, telephones, copiers, printers, and other office equipment. Lifting of moderate supplies and other items may be necessary. This position may require overseas travel and training delivery at sea.
Hours: Part time. Tueday-Saturday, 9am-5pm, Sunday 1pm-6pm.
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. • Work occasionally after-hours for special events and programmatic opportunities.
Hours: Full time. Monday-Friday 8am-4pm.
Description: Brandi's Hope is looking for people who believe everyone, regardless of abilities/disabilities, should have a choice for a meaningful life. Seeking individual to provide support to individuals in their community and home. Candidate should possess strong interactive skills and a positive, creative, and energetic attitude to support individuals with intellectual/developmental disabilities. Good communication and team-oriented outlook are necessary attributes for success. Support and training provided. Full benefit package for qualified applicants. All applicants must possess a medical assistant certification, a valid driver's license and pass background checks.
Apply: Online at https://brandishope.mitcawm.com/jobs/980872-95430.html
Hours: Full time. 730am-4pm, Monday-Friday.
•Individual will learn how to cut, fit and install glass. •It is required that individuals be able to handle power tools (grinders, drills and saws) and smaller tools that are used to cut the glass. •Unload Trucks •Carry glass purchases to customers cars. Qualifications: •Must be able to kneel, bend, lift, install heavy materials, and be knowledgeable about safety in the workplace. •Knowledge of the tools of the trade, such as hand power tools (saws, drills, cutters and grinders), tape measures •Valid Driver's License. •Must be able to communicate in English •Basic math skills and mechanical aptitude •Ability to stand for prolonged periods of time •Ability to lift 50lbs
www.glassincorporated.net. The application can be found under the Career tab. •You may email your application to Sherie Dover at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off at our office at 210 Grand Avenue, Meridian, MS. •Applications are also available at our office. •Please list on your application all experience with construction tools both professional, training, and personal.Apply: Fill out application from company website
Hours: Full time. Monday-Friday. On Call. Overtime Eligible.
Description: Responsible for identifying, removing, packing, transporting, or disposing of hazardous and non-hazardous materials, including lead-based paint, waste oil, fuel transmission fluid, radioactive materials, or contaminated soil. Specialized training and certification in hazardous materials handling or a confined entry permit are generally required. May operate earth moving equipment or trucks.PREFERRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: 1.A valid state driver’s license with no more than 3 active violations within the previous 3 years required. 2.A valid state driver’s license with Class A CDL endorsement preferred but not required. 3.HAZWOPER certification preferred but not required. 4.High School Diploma or GED preferred but not required. 5.Understanding of business principles and practices 6.Knowledge of materials, methods, equipment & tools involved in remediation services 7.Knowledge of machines and tools, including their designs, uses, repair and maintenance 8.Excellent oral communication skills 9.Problem solving and analytical skills
Apply: Online at https://e3omi.com/careers/
Hours: Full time. Regular hours, year-round and occasionally works overtime and occasionally works at night and on weekends.
Description: The Director of the Tourism Commission must have a Bachelor’s Degree in marketing, public relations or a related field or equivalent combination of education and experience related to this position. At least 5 years of experience in this or a related field is recommended. At least 3 years of supervisory or management experience is required. The stress level associated with this position is moderately high. Physical work involved with this position exists only in major emergencies or crisis situations.
Must have specific skills, knowledge and experience in marketing, economic development and communication. The position has accountability for monetary, budgetary, fiscal, safety and legal issues related to the work for which this position is responsible. Proficiency in Marketing, Public Relations and Communications is required.
The person in this position supervises 2 full-time employees, one part- time employee and occasional interns. The Director of Tourism must have a valid driver’s license.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
- Prioritize daily work flow
- Work as a team member with other employees
- Meet specified or required deadlines
- Make decisions within specified time restraints
- Maintain confidentiality
- Work autonomously when necessary
- Handle multiple tasks simultaneously with frequent interruptions
- Deal with others in a professional manner
- Maintain professional composure in heated situations
- Develop, implement, and follow departmental and County procedures
- Ensure all employees are representing Lauderdale County Tourism professionally at all times
- Ensure all operations of Lauderdale County Tourism are ethical and professional
- Ensure all work produced from the Lauderdale County Tourism Commission contains minimal errors
Business Plan/Marketing Plan:
- Directs and lead agencies, organizations and hotel sales and marketing toward its mission
- Works directly with/for Board of governing body on policy making and strategy for organization
- Responsible for identifying market opportunities and developing short- and long-term marketing program of work
- Responsible for organizing, coordinating and directing all operations, programs and personnel required for servicing hoteliers
- Markets and sells Meridian/Lauderdale County as a destination for leisure, meetings/convention visitors and sporting events destination
- Works to encourage visitation to multicultural events and attractions
Community and Government Relations:
- Demonstrates leadership in the community through involvement and participation
- Constantly strives to develop a better public understanding of the purposes and functions of Meridian/Lauderdale County Tourism
- Communicate effectively with residents, elected officials, other County employees, etc, both oral and written
- Provides leadership, planning, and implementing strong business advocacy on those issues affecting the hospitality community
- Establishes relationships with all interested parties
- Works with federal, state, county and city elected officials to communicate and lobby for the tourism needs in Lauderdale County
- Acts as President of the Lauderdale County Tourism Foundation
- Main point of contact for identifying and implementing departmental support for attractions, hoteliers and other tourism partners
- Meetings/Conventions point of contact for events with 100+ rooms on peak night, extensive coordination needs or high-profile implications
Apply: Please submit your resume to:
Hours: Full time. Monday-Friday.
Gators Cell Phone and PC Repair is looking for experienced Computer Technicians to join our team at our Starkville, West Point, Philadelphia and Columbus, MS locations! As a Computer Technician at our company, you will be responsible for installing, maintaining and repairing computers, IPADS, and gaming consoles. Experience with cell phone repair is helpful but not required. Your role will be crucial for ensuring that our IT infrastructure works properly with maximum capabilities. Provide excellent customer service. Full time or part time positions available. Computer Technician duties and responsibilities *Set up hardware *Install software *Maintain and repair technological equipment *Manage software in computers and networks *Ensure privacy and data protection *Perform regular upgrades *Perform troubleshoot activities *Install well-functioning LAN/WAN and other networks *Manage network components (servers, IPs, etc.) *Manage and implement security solutions *Create records of repairs and fixes *Provide technical support *Train and collaborate with other team members Computer Technician requirements *Previous working experience as a computer technician preferred *BA in IT, Computer Science or similar relevant field OR any additional relevant diploma or certification will be considered *Hands-on experience with LAN/WAN networks *In-depth knowledge of computer and IT systems, internet security and data privacy *Outstanding troubleshooting skills *Good time-management skills *Ability to multi-task *Strong interpersonal and communication skills *Critical-thinker and problem-solver
Hours: Part time. Work on own time. Must work at least 15 hours a week, no more than 28. Must work on Americans for Prosperity National Day of Action and/or Mississippi Day of Action.
Description: Are you interested in helping Reignite the American Dream?
Join the team as a Grassroots Associate and talk to our communities in the Meridian
area about the issues that are most affecting them at the state and federal levels!
This would involve door-to-door work; Mileage included
Apply: Call Stone Clanton at (601) 300-9536
Hours: Full time. Monday-Friday from 8am-4pm.
Description: Civil Engineering Firm is looking for candidates to fill the position of Draftsman/Construction Review Representative. Candidates should be computer savvy, with knowledge of AutoCad, and Excel. Experience in Civil Construction (Water & Wastewater infrastructure) is a plus. Candidates should have a valid driver's license, and dependable transportation.
Apply: Send resume' to Bronzon.M@FontaineEng.com
Hours: Part time. Flexible schedule, open Monday-Friday from 7am-5pm. Will work around class schedules.
Description: Familiar with Corel or other graphic design software. Have knowledge or willing to learn about large/small format printers.
Apply: In person at 2668 St. Andrew St. Meridian, MS or email resume to email@example.com
Hours: Part time. Tuesday-Sunday, 1pm-9pm, all weekends and holidays.
Assist the Head Golf Professional and Operations Manager in the day-to-day operations of the golf department. This includes but is not limited to: Assisting members with any need that arises Driving golf carts and operating other machinery Cleaning, stocking, and charging golf carts Picking, washing, and stocking range balls for usage Other tasks as assigned as needed.
Apply: Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org