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On Air Personality

Professional, Hourly

What You'll Do: • Collaborate in the prep, production, and performance of a 4 person afternoon show • Engage daily with show’s audience via phone and the station's accounts on social media, including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram • Conduct On-Air interviews when appropriate • Live remotes and personal appearances; some of which may be outside of “normal” business hours • Assist in brainstorming and planning promotions and programming activities as related to the show and station • Create original content and perform live broadcasts that are entertaining and informative. • Participate and create original content for all social media platforms; manage online personality presence • Protect the station’s FCC license • Ensure that promotions and contests are executed properly • Perform necessary production work • Represent Show, Station, and Company in a positive and professional manner • Collaborate on and actively participate in revenue generation through endorsements. events, & promotions etc • Other duties as required by management

Supervisory Research Plant Physiologist/Soil Scientist/Hydrologist

Professional, Hourly

Duties Specific personal research objectives may include: Assess using field microclimate and biophysical plant canopy measurements, which are complemented with biochemical and physical modeling, the climate change adaptation potential of plants and silvopasture practices under a non-stationary climate. Develop surface renewal and modified eddy covariance energy balance flux measurement techniques that are optimized to measure and characterize energy balance components within a plant canopy at the field scale. Identify soil biochemical compounds contributing to resilient soil-crop interfaces for intensively managed farming systems, with changes in soil aggregation, soil water content, soil carbon sequestration, and nitrogen supply. Supervisory duties include: Providing vision, establishing and maintaining an advisory stakeholder base and developing research programs to address stakeholder priorities. Exercising leadership and supervising personnel assigned to the unit that promotes scholarship and team effort. Maximizing the creativity and productivity of the unit. Hiring personnel and managing the human, fiscal and physical resources assigned to the unit. Serving as the Unit fund holder. Providing technical information and consultation both internal and external to Agricultural Research Service. Ensuring the proper interpretation and reporting of scientific research results.

Administrative Officer

Professional, Hourly

Duties Monitor standard procedures used for accountability/tracking of real and personal property, vehicle utilization, travel, credit cards, and extramural agreements. Provide day-to-day liaison and problem resolution between administrative staff, program personnel, stakeholders, and/or union employees. Prepare a variety of reports and advise management on the status of funds, expenses, and obligations, as required by higher management. Participate in long-range planning activities and establish and monitor specific plans for the increased utilization of facilities, equipment, and supplies to assure that research needs are met with minimum need for acquisition. Review requests for personnel actions and provide advice and recommendations to location program officials on propriety, relative need, and special problems which may be encountered in processing such requests.

Maintenance Worker (Renderer Operator)

Professional, Hourly

Duties Keeps supervisor fully informed of maintenance or operating issues and the condition of the units at all times. Performs maintenance and repairs to existing utility and mechanical systems such as electrical, sewage, and water. Completes preventative maintenance on the units based on the manufacturer’s recommended practices and FEU preventative work orders. Provides support with the installation of new systems and equipment

Store Managers

Professional, Hourly

Family Dollar is looking for full time managers. Please use the pdf below for how to apply and benefits information.

Literacy Instructors

Professional, Hourly

Literacy Instructors

Social Worker

Professional, Hourly

Summary Under general supervision, works closely with managers, public health workers, other community health workers, professional students, and medical/behavioral/social services agencies to provide short term care coordination and connection to resources and support to program clients to improve their health and general well-being through education and provision of coordination of care and resources that support program clients to improve their health and general well-being while engaging with at-risk populations with complex psycho-social histories. Provides a range of assessment and case referral services for individuals, couples, and/or families, as appropriate to the specific expectations of the position. Manage and supervise the daily activities of a team of Community Health Workers. May provide practical training and guidance to students and/or paraprofessional staff, as required. Application Deadline is 5/20/24

Bernalillo County Metropolitan Court

Professional, Hourly

Here are the available positions: METROPOLITAN COURT PROBATION OFFICER II - Position Number: 10103327 METROPOLITAN COURT PROBATION OFFICER II - Position Number: 975 METROPOLITAN COURT PROBATION OFFICER II - Position Number: 10110497 METROPOLITAN COURT PROBATION OFFICER II - Position No. 54721 SURVEILLANCE OFFICER LEAD WORKER - Position Number: 10110886 BACKGROUND INTAKE OFFICER - Position Number: 948 Judicial Specialist 2 - Position Number: #28000 CASE MANAGER - Position Number: 10116383

Residential Youth Care Worker

Professional, Hourly

JOB CHARACTERISTICS/PHYSICAL DEMANDS: This is a professional position which requires organizational and communication skills, as well as judgment, tact and diplomacy in contacts with YDI employees, community residents, parents and local government agencies. Strict adherence is required to all regulation concerning confidentiality. Good general health and ability to lift and carry 50 lbs are essential. Background investigation to include fingerprinting will be required. TB Skin Test and Physical may be required every five years. Frequent travel is required by employee and proof of satisfactory car insurance is required. Youth Development, Inc. is an at-will employer. Employment is by mutual consent of the company and employee, and either may terminate the relationship at any time with of without cause or advance notice. This job is contingent upon funding; however, availability of funding is not a guarantee of continued employment, nor does it imply any specific term of employment. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Not Inclusive): Provides direct crisis intervention services to clients and their families when necessary. Is responsible for intake services involving new clientele wishing services from the program. Will offer intervention services to clientele involving identification of problems and will include developing techniques necessary for recommendations for an individual in their attempt to overcome such problems. Will make referrals and contacts necessary to various social service agencies that may assist in problem resolution. Will assist/monitor clients in managing the day-to-day running of facility. Will assist in developing and maintaining a recreation program for clients. Will do follow-ups on such referrals/contacts. Will maintain files/records of all intake, referrals and conference functions. Will assist in meal preparation in accordance to the posted daily menu. Will provide transportation for clients when necessary. Other duties as assigned. Closing 5/10/24

Behavioral Health Technician

Professional, Hourly

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (Not Inclusive): Provides direct one-on-one crisis intervention services to clients at all time. Is responsible for intake services involving new clientele accepted to the Crisis Stabilization program. Will offer intervention services to clientele involving identification of problems and will include developing techniques necessary for recommendations for an individual in their attempt to overcome such problems. Will make referrals and contacts necessary to various social service agencies that may assist in problem resolution. Will assist/monitor clients in managing the day-to-day running of facility. Will assist in developing and maintaining a recreation program for clients. Will do follow-ups on such referrals/contacts. Will maintain files/records of all intake, referrals and conference functions. Will assist in meal preparation in accordance to the posted daily menu. Will provide transportation for clients when necessary. Will participate in weekly team meetings with staff, CYFD and others regarding client progress. Other duties as assigned. Posting Closes 5/10/24