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Data Entry ClerkM Force Staffing
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Job Start Date:Type of Position:Direct Hire
Number of Openings:1
Job Location & Contact:
1626 Downtown West Boulevard
Knoxville, TN37919
865-862-3900
Job Description:
Great work environment and ideal work schedule for a CPA Firm located in Maryville. Responsibilities: • Performs data entry processes into a database • Performs assigned tasks and projects • Processes special and recurring reports and administrative records • Verifies and corrects information as necessary • Ensure complete and accurate data entries into system • Performs other duties as assigned Requirements: • Must be able to type at least 45+ WPM • Must have 10-Key experience • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft Outlook • Work ethics, attitude and personality that portray integrity, self-motivation, and persistence • Ability to focus, prioritize, and multi-task to help meet our customer's needs • Ability to read, understand and follow oral and written instructions • Ability to cross-train
Experience Required:
3-5 years stable Data Entry experience.
How to Apply:
Send resumes to robyn.sisk@mforcestaffing .com or visit www.mforcestaffing.com to apply directly.
Application Deadline:
Jan 01, 1900
ServerBlackberry Mountain
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Job Start Date:1/28/2019Type of Position:Full Time
Number of Openings:5Wage/Salary:$11Per Hour
Job Location & Contact:
1109 The Loop Road
Walland, TN37886
865-273-8573
Job Description:
These Wait Staff positions are responsible for the dining room services in our Three Sisters Dining Room. The Three Sisters Dining Room positions are based on a tier system designed to inspire growth and development. Promotional positions available upon completion of the tiered system could include Captain (Supervisor), Bartender, Front of House Host/Hostess, Sommelier positions. 1st Tier: Steward ?Steward is responsible for learning the setup of the dining room, this includes polishing glassware and silverware, table set-up and rolling silverware. Position lasts approximately 2-4 weeks and serves as an introduction to the dining room. 2nd Tier: Food Runner ?Food Runner is responsible for gaining intensive food knowledge and delivering plates from chefs to the guests' table. 3rd Tier: Back Waiter ?Back Waiter is responsible for learning basic bar and wine knowledge, table maintenance and menu knowledge. Back Waiter is responsible for ensuring each assigned table in the Dining Room is served according to the service sequence and each guest is given an outstanding 5 star dining experience. 4th Tier: Front Waiter ?Front Waiter is responsible for taking orders, section management and full command of menu and execution of wine pairings.
Experience Required:
How to Apply:
www.blackberrycareers.com
Application Deadline:
Mar 28, 2019
Strength & Conditioning Coach/Personal TrainerD1 Sports Training MV
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Job Start Date:Type of Position:Coach
Number of Openings:1
Job Location & Contact:
2639 Topside Road, Louisville, TN, 37777
Louisville, TN37919
8653854341
Job Description:
• Conduct and lead group training sessions for the full required session times • Design, develop, implement, and evaluate evidence and scientific-based strength and conditioning programs that may include warm-up/cool-downs, plyometric/speed/change of direction training, strength training, energy system development and recovery • Maintaining organization and cleanliness of a performance training facility • Conduct fitness assessments and tests to evaluate a client’s programming needs • Collaborate with General Manager and coaches during weekly meetings on training principals, D1 promotion and continuing education
Experience Required:
• Must follow D1 training principles of excellence and represent a D1 character • Must have NSCA, ACSM, ACE, EXOS and/or NASM certification(s) • Must have valid CPR/AED Certification • Must be able to work flexible hours for weekend operations and community events • Volleyball Training, Coaching and/or Fitness Training Experience (Preferred) • Bachelor’s Degree (Preferred) • Previous Work or Internship Experience in a Strength & Conditioning setting (Preferred)
How to Apply:
Email a resume and cover letter to the following address: zo.mccullough@d1training.com
Application Deadline:
Jan 01, 1900
Project Manager, Licensed ArchitectsCope Architecture
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Job Start Date:Type of Position:Full Time
Number of Openings:3
Job Location & Contact:
2607 Kingston Pike, Suite 5
Knoxville, TN37919
865-694-9000
Job Description:
Experience Required:
How to Apply:
Please visit www.copearchitecture.com to learn about us, and please send your resume to hr@copearchitecture.com
Application Deadline:
Jan 01, 1900
Account ExecutiveMoxley Carmichael
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Job Start Date:01/28/2019Type of Position:Account Team
Number of Openings:1
Job Location & Contact:
445 S.Gay St., Ste 305
Knoxville, TN37902
8655440088
Job Description:
We’re looking for an account executive to develop and implement public relations and marketing strategies for a variety of clients. Applicants must have 1-3 years of professional experience in PR/communications. If you’re a high-energy, deadline-oriented professional with excellent written and verbal communication skills and capability in social and digital media, apply today.
Experience Required:
1-3 years of professional experience in PR/communications is required.
How to Apply:
Apply online by visiting our website moxleycarmichael.com click on "Join the Team".
Application Deadline:
Jan 01, 1900
Team Lead, Mortgage OperationsY-12 Federal Credit Union
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Job Start Date:02/09/2019Type of Position:Mortgage Department
Number of Openings:1
Job Location & Contact:
501 Lafayette Drive
Oak Ridge, TN37830
8654814947
Job Description:
POSITION SUMMARY To process multiple mortgage transactions while maintaining internal and regulatory compliance, limiting risk to the credit union. Assist in loan growth and volume for a high producing sales team. Take an active role in meeting department goals by supporting management and providing direction to the processing staff. Act as a liaison between processing staff and management relaying training opportunities. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS 1.Provide oversight and direction to processing staff including assisting with questions on guidelines and loan files; training new processors with necessary process and procedures; monitoring the daily pipeline to ensure loans are flowing properly and timely; monitoring monthly tracking of recorded DOTs and Final Title Certificates. 2.Responsible for completing reports that provides projected closing numbers; Responsible for assessing and determining the processing staff needs by identifying and recommending training opportunities and process improvements for day to day operations to the department manager. Provide additional support to department manager as needed. 3.Collaborate with department manager and vendors by performing vendor management, collecting forms, SSAE16s and BCPs. Responsible for reconciling invoices and submitting to accounting for payment; Collaborate with investors or other departments as needed. 4.Responsible for processing pipeline, managing multiple FNMA, FHLB and portfolio mortgage products including construction to permanent loans; maintaining compliance with credit union procedures, mortgage regulations, QM, ATR, TRID, Reg Z, HMDA, ECOA, CFPB and secondary market guidelines; to submit loans to mortgage insurance provider for underwriting and clear conditions if applicable; to submit investor loans for DU, CU and Early Check systems; to prepare modification documents upon approval of mortgage modifications; to maintain detailed loans files; to deliver a “Wow” experience to members; maintain less than 10% error findings during audit. 5.Communicate with and assist members with their mortgage loans; Orders title work, appraisals, flood, verification of employments, HOA verifications, tax transcripts, hazard insurance and other services from third party vendors 6.Review all income, asset and other documentation received from third parties and members ensuring completeness, accuracy and reverence to conditions, addressing any discrepancies; Submits all conditions to underwriter. 7.To communicate with the closing agent that the loan is ready to close; Clear all closing conditions; Order payoffs, gather invoices and calculate closing figures and balance with closing agent/title company; Prepare, review and deliver to member a pre-closing closing disclosure compliant to guidelines as set forth by the CFPB and RESPA; Prepare all other closing disclosures/documents and deliver to closing agent/title company. 8.Assist and support other processors and their pipelines; back up first mortgage funding; complete other job related assigned duties as assigned. EDUCATION/ EXPERIENCE •Five to eight years of similar or related experience. Experience with FNMA, FHA, or Freddie processing standards required; or extensive experience with processing and closing multiple loans files with varying degrees of complexity. •Must be registered annually in the Nationwide Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) License and all data must be kept up-to-date. •(1) A two year college degree or (2) completion of a specialized course of study at a business or trade school or (3) completion of a specialized and extensive in-house training or apprenticeship program.
Experience Required:
5 to 8 Years of Experience
How to Apply:
https://workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=c79b07ab-de54-484a-9ac8-e016de94f1d3&jobId=249321&lang=en_US&source=CC2&ccId=19000101_000001
Application Deadline:
Jan 01, 1900
Snowball stand workersMaw's Arctic Ice, LLC
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Job Start Date:3/5/2019Type of Position:Part time
Number of Openings:2Wage/Salary:$8Per Hour
Job Location & Contact:
1415 East Broadway Avenue
maryville, TN37804
410-979-5422
Job Description:
Help make snowballs and help with customers needs in our store
Experience Required:
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Application Deadline:
Mar 31, 2019
Press OperatorWashington Dry Cleaners
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Job Start Date:3/5/2019Type of Position:full time
Number of Openings:2Wage/Salary:$11Per Hour
Job Location & Contact:
603 Neff Street
Maryville, TN37801
8653791616
Job Description:
The job will require the employee to press clothes on a daily basis.
Experience Required:
Seeking experienced presser, however, we are willing to train.
How to Apply:
In person
Application Deadline:
Mar 30, 2019
Winery Tasting Room AssociateCades Cove Cellars
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Job Start Date:5/01/2019Type of Position:Full and Part Time
Number of Openings:6Wage/Salary:$9Per Hour
Job Location & Contact:
7126 E. Lamar Alexander Pkwy
Townsend, TN37882
865-325-9463
Job Description:
This position is responsible for ensuring that customers have a positive and memorable experience at Cades Cove Cellars. The candidate must have a passion for wine and for learning the details of the wines we produce and our general operations. Responsibilities include: Greeting customers promptly and courteously; guiding customers to wines they enjoy; setting up and cleaning up daily operations and special events; stocking wine and retail merchandise in the tasting room; accurately performing daily wine inventory and money handling procedures. Promoting the sale of wine and non-wine products sold in the Tasting Room. Describing wines, winemaking techniques, winery history and providing general tourist information. Job Description Details: • Excellent people skills; able to project a friendly and helpful manner at all times • Able to perform quality work efficiently with minimal supervision • Able to be responsive and flexible at last minute requests • Greets all visitors to the winery and pours wines for tasting • Effectively suggests and sells wine to customers • Assists customers with transporting wine to their vehicles • Describes wines and winery history to customers • Answers visitor's questions and able to provide general tourist information • Open to working on site special events after hours if needed • Open to working other special events off property when needed • Handles routine purchasing transactions, which include operating cash register • Acquires and maintains thorough knowledge of winery and our wines • Work in a team environment and open to performing other duties as assigned, including but not limited to cleaning, restocking, mopping, etc. • This position reports directly to the Winery Manager (Yardley Sawyer) • May be assigned other tasks or be asked to participate in other activities both on site and off site as needed.
Experience Required:
Qualifications:  • Able to work a flexible schedule • High school diploma or equivalent and/or qualified experience required • Retail experience a plus • Professional appearance and demeanor • Able to lift up to 40 pounds • Must be able to stand, walk, lift and bend for up to 10 hours a day • Weekends, holidays and evenings required • Pre-employment drug screening may be required
How to Apply:
Please send your resume to info@cadescovecellars.com
Application Deadline:
May 04, 2019
Line CookBlackberry Farm/ Blackberry Mountain
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Job Start Date:3/14/2019Type of Position:Full Time
Number of Openings:4
Job Location & Contact:
1471 West Millers Cove Rd
1041 the loop road, walland, tn
WALLAND, TN37886
8659848166
Job Description:
Experience Required:
How to Apply:
http://www.blackberryfarm.com/careers/opportunities
Application Deadline:
Apr 01, 2019
Marketing ManagerGREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS INSTITUTE AT TREMONT
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Job Start Date:04/01/2019Type of Position:Full time
Number of Openings:1
Job Location & Contact:
9275 Tremont Road
Townsend, TN37882
865-448-6709
Job Description:
Do you want to work in the Smokies? Tremont Institute is seeking a Marketing Manager to further its mission of connecting people and nature in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The Marketing Manager is responsible for all marketing duties associated with public relations (PR), communications, recruitment, and social media to promote Great Smoky Mountains Institute at Tremont. MARKETING Designs and implements full-scale marketing plan for Tremont Institute in multiple areas: enrollment, branding, and public awareness. Works in collaboration with the leadership team to identify strategic priorities and outcomes. Tracks and analyzes marketing efforts, website traffic, online engagement, and program enrollment to determine marketing effectiveness and opportunities. Manages Google Adwords, analytics and conversions. Manages various projects including research, graphic design of digital and print publications. List includes but not limited to annual report, website, digital and print collateral, e-newsletters, annual brochure. Conducts project background research and carries out special administrative projects independently or in collaboration with other staff, as directed. Oversees Tremont facility signage (including store) for marketing and branding purposes. Provides assistance with development projects including but not limited to: research, graphic design, copywriting, and special events. Works closely with Development Manager on strategy and implementation of fundraising campaigns. Writes, submits, and tracks press releases. Monitors PR success and modifies plans accordingly; writes bi-weekly eNewsletter and other electronic communications. Serves as liaison with the media and PR firms. Collects stories and content from Tremont board, staff, and community. Coordinates opportunities for outreach activities related to marketing and recruitment, such as fairs, conferences, events, etc. Coordinates volunteer program and collaborate with leadership and other departments for volunteer recruitment and management. Assists in implementation of e-strategies across relevant media. Grows Tremont’s social networking sites. Develops online advertising plan across all programs- summer camp / adult program advertising in website listings. Performs clerical tasks including but not limited to: handling incoming and outgoing PR and IT related correspondence; preparing outgoing correspondence, designs and prepares bulletin boards and other displays; copies documents; completes various forms, reports, correspondence, lists, schedules, packets, or other documents. TECHNOLOGY Serves as Webmaster for www.gsmit.org including design, layout and day-to-day maintenance, including coordinating updates and suggesting and implementing new technology. Assists with writing and posting content for the website. Researches and post photos and graphics for site. Recommends and oversees the implementation of innovative technology systems and resources via third-party technology service provider. Develops and maintains information technology budget. Oversees computers and computer network, including Google Drive, evaluating needs and troubleshooting problems via third-party technology service provider. Oversees installation of new hardware and software via third-party technology service provider. Coordinates staff training and support from Tremont and technology service provider for computer network, software, and cloud-based systems.
Experience Required:
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree and 1 – 3 years of business, public relations or marketing experience or equivalent. Desired: Experience with ad placement, negotiating rates, 2 years experience in a support role with proven communications skills or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.
How to Apply:
Visit: http://gsmit.org/now-hiring-marketing-manager/
Application Deadline:
May 01, 2019
Chief Executive Officer (CEO)Harmony Family Center
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Job Start Date:07/01/2019Type of Position:Full Time
Number of Openings:1
Job Location & Contact:
118 Mabry Hood Rd
Suiite 400
Knoxville, TN37922
8659825225
Job Description:
Harmony Family Center Chief Executive Officer Job Title: Chief Executive Officer Classification: Full time, Exempt Overview Founded more than 20 years ago, Harmony Family Center has helped children we serve live their best lives. Today our team of experts, innovative programs, and evidence-based solutions uniquely position us to serve children and families experiencing the challenges, stressors, and trauma of modern life ranging from the most common to the most complex. Our diverse array of programs includes in-home trauma assessment and treatment, helping children find their forever family, supporting the journey to parenthood, training of professionals and parents on the complex impact of trauma, and unique therapies that utilize the loving impact of horses and dogs. Every program we create highlights Harmony’s commitment to excellence, a collaborative spirit, our passion for knowledge, and our focus on family. Our Philosophy Family Matters. Family is the foundation of each program and is evidenced in Harmony’s services, communications, and relationships. Harmony works to ensure that families can promote a child’s emotional well-being, safety, and vitality through treatment, education, and advocacy. When the family unit is strong then we are meeting the needs of the children. Excellence is Harmony’s standard. Harmony does not compromise the quality of care. Each program’s design is based on nationally recognized standards for excellence. In formal and informal ways Harmony continually asks clients, funding sources and staff, “How are we doing?”. Program changes are made based on these evaluations, industry trends and research. Harmony values our team. Harmony respects team members by providing the education, tools and support needed to be the best. Harmony places great value on the people who do the work. Harmony strives for a culture of inclusion where constructively challenging the ideas and thoughts of one another is encouraged. Harmony embraces accountability. Harmony utilizes a multilevel evaluation process to ensure oversight and transparency for finances, programs and staff. Collaboration is a hallmark of Harmony. Harmony believes that combining skills, perspective and ingenuity furthers Harmony’s vision. To that end, Harmony develops national and local partnerships with the confidence that together make a difference for those served. Harmony’s programs are unique, innovative and essential. Through research, creativity, and experience, Harmony designs programs and explores opportunities that meet the diverse and complex needs of families, children, and communities. Job Summary: Responsible for the organization's consistent achievement of its mission, financial objectives, and growth. Accountabilities: • Responsible to the Harmony Family Center Board of Directors - supports operations and administration of the Board by advising and informing Board members, interfacing between the Board and Executive Team, • Assures the organization and its mission, programs, and services are consistently presented in a strong, positive image • Ensures the Board is kept fully informed on the health of the organization and critical factors influencing it by facilitating staff interactions with Board members • Responsible for the health and well-being of the Harmony Family Center culture Responsibilities: Strategic Planning • In coordination the Board and Executive Team sets the vision for the organization and ensures that the organization has a long-range strategy which achieves both its mission and sustains the organization towards its identified vision • Ensures the organization makes consistent and timely progress towards achieving the goals of its long-range strategy. • Maintains a working knowledge of significant developments and trends relevant to the organization's mission. Financial Oversight • Provides leadership in developing programs as well as organizational and financial plans with the Board and Executive Team • Oversees all fundraising efforts for the organization. Identifies funding sources, reviews research, and proposes and identifies the best opportunities for raising funds for the organization that builds relationships and ensures the success of the organization’s mission. Proactively searches for organizations that complement and align with Harmony's vision and mission for collaboration. • Strategizes, reviews state and federal forecasts and writes grants that enhance and are consistent with the organization’s mission. • Works with the Board and Executive Team in preparing and approving an annual budget. • Responsible for developing and maintaining sound financial practices. • Ensures the organization operates within budgetary guidelines. • Ensures adequate funds are available to enable the organization to carry out its work. • Responsible for building and maintaining financial reserves. • Maintains a relationship with state representatives and key donors • Regularly reviews salaries to ensure equity inside and outside the agency Operations • Oversees the development of marketing, branding, and events. • Promotes the activities, programs and goals of the organization. • Represents the organization and its programs to agencies, organizations, and the general public. • Promotes and maintains communication within the organization. Sets the standard for excellence in communication. • Recruits new Board members as necessary • Maintains working understanding of field specific and local knowledge • Looks for new and innovative ways to recruit and keep talent • Develops strong partnerships with Department of Children’s Services Minimum Qualifications Required: Education: Bachelor or Master of Science in Social Work (MSSW) or equivalent. Experience: • A minimum of 5 - 8 years of experience managing and leading non-profit organizations. • Experience with and understanding of fundraising and grant writing. Specific experience in grant research, writing, and submission preferred. Other Minimum Qualifications: • A desire to make a difference in the lives of children and families. • A tremendous love for children and animals. • Ability to think critically, develop and carry out concrete plans, and plan broadly for the best interest of the organization. • Ability and confidence to lead an organization with compassion and openness. • Ability to model and promote servant leadership. • Ability to model, promote, and sustain positive staff relationships. • Possesses a leadership style that is approachable and accessible to team members • Ability and confidence to maintain strong working relationships with funders. • Must clear all Harmony required pre-employment background checks. • Ability to work independently as well as with a team. • Ability to speak comfortably and confidently before small and large groups as well as competently to the media. • Ability to focus on several projects and work efficiently. • Ability to contribute to discussion in team meetings, etc. as needed. • Proficiency using computer programs including Microsoft Word and Excel. • Demonstrated commitment to a sound work ethic. • Ability to communicate effectively and objectively with staff or other individuals regarding difficult situations. • Ability to lead, guide, direct, and represent organization for future growth. • Significant local, regional and/or national travel required at varying times throughout the year to maintain professional relationships, fundraise, meet with the Commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Children's Services, etc. • Regular attendance and participation at monthly Board of Directors meetings. • Regular attendance and participation at Executive Team meetings. • Regular attendance and participation at All Staff meetings. • A valid driver's license, automobile insurance and reliable transportation is required. • This position is primarily office based at Harmony’s Knoxville location and requires a 40 hour minimum work week from Sunday to Saturday. • No person shall be employed who has been convicted of any offense against children or other crimes of violence. To perform this job successfully, the person in this position must possess the abilities or aptitudes to proficiently perform each of the responsibilities and accountabilities described above, with or without reasonable accommodation. Examples include: ability to work under pressure, patience, diplomacy, high stress tolerance, excellent interpersonal communication skills, ability to prioritize workload and adapt to changing conditions. Visual acuity needed to process and read written communications. Ability to receive and convey detailed information through oral communication. Essential competency processes include language ability, reasoning and memory. This job description is only meant to be a representative summary of the major responsibilities and accountabilities performed by the person in this position. The person in this position may be requested to perform job-related tasks other than those stated in this description.
Experience Required:
5-8 years
How to Apply:
Indeed
Application Deadline:
Jan 01, 1900