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FEMA Hiring 80 Public Assistance Site Inspectors
FEMA is seeking applicants for 80+ temporary positions for Public Assistance (PA) Site Inspectors in Albany, Atlanta, Brunswick, Savannah and Warner Robins.
FEMA’s Public Assistance grant program provides federal assistance to government organizations and certain private nonprofit (PNP) organizations so that communities can quickly respond to and recover from major disasters or emergencies.
Public Assistance Site Inspectors validate disaster damage and collect specific and detailed information on damaged public facilities. Site inspections of claimed disaster-related damage are conducted working closely with the Georgia Emergency Management and Homeland Security Agency and county governments.
Essential knowledge for these positions includes the ability to identify damaged elements, calculate dimensions, quantify, document, and describe damage; strong computer skills; and proficient in using physical tools to take measurements, photographs and capture GPS coordinates.
General knowledge or experience related to construction, construction management, project management, engineering tech, or public works is ideal but not required.
Success in this position may lead to longer term employment opportunities with federal and state emergency management agencies.
Interested applicants should:
- Visit www.employgeorgia.com/jobseekers, create a profile and enter the position title.
- Send a resume to: FEMA-DR4338GA-LocalHires@fema.dhs.gov and list the job title and location of the position you are applying for in the subject line of the email.
Candidates must be U.S. citizens 18 years of age or older. They must have a valid government identification card with photograph, such as a driver’s license, state ID or military ID. Before hiring, selected candidates will be subject to a complete background investigation.
FEMA is committed to employing a highly qualified workforce that reflects the diversity of our nation. The federal government is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, political affiliation, non-disqualifying physical handicap, sexual orientation and any other non-merit factor.
SJV is a leading wholesaler in the background screening industry. We are looking for independent contractors to research public records in county courthouses in your area to determine if an applicant has a criminal or civil record.
Pay is approximately $1.70-$2.00 per search completed. The number of searches varies from 30-225 per month per county. You may receive work for multiple counties if you wish. The work is on an independent contractor/client basis only. We do not reimburse for mileage, gas, printer ink, or any other costs which may be incurred as a result of conducting the work, and no benefits or insurance are provided by SJV. However, this is excellent part-time work for students, stay-at-home moms of school-age kids, and recent retirees. Reliable transportation and internet access are essential.
The work would require you to travel to the county courthouse, use the public access (usually a computer terminal) to determine if an individual has any records, and report the records located back to us. An understanding of how to read court documents, comfort with learning new computer applications, and attention to detail will determine your success. A weekly visitation schedule of 2-3 times per week per county must be adhered to.
For further information, please contact our Procurement Coordinator, Katie Donley at 678-483-8838 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Position Overview: The Pre-work Color Coordinator provides high-quality products to our customers by utilizing mathematical skills to manipulate and understand color data. The associate will be tasked with challenging projects that involve independent thinking as well as teamwork. These projects will include product development, inventory control, and customer service. The associate will learn and apply information about color theory and color technology in a manufacturing environment. The Pre-work Color Coordinator will collaborate and develop trusting relationships with customers and suppliers to build customer satisfaction.
- Read and interpret color data.
- Determine how to manipulate a color formulation to match a given targeted color.
- Apply let down ratio adjustments to manipulate fiber color in a manufacturing process.
- Recommend adjustments to a color formulation based on historical data.
- Issue return authorization for concentrates that do not meet requirements.
- Develop and apply mathematical methods to determine the magnitude and direction of a required color adjustment.
- Investigate and determine the cause(s) for internal and external color failures.
- Enter data and information regarding color failures, adjustments, and standards retention into Google and Excel spreadsheets.
- Collaborate between plants to achieve desired color consistency.
- Enjoys Teamwork
- Manufacturing Environment
- Enjoys Challenging work
- Personal Growth
- Independent Thinker
- Learn and Apply
- Build Customer Satisfaction
- Solve Problems
- Apply Work Standards
- Communicate Effectively
- 2-year college degree with math or business background and work experience
- Strong mathematical skills
- Proficient in Excel/Google sheets
- General knowledge of computer systems
- Color technology knowledge
- 4-year math degree
- 1+ year experience as Intern-Co-Op in a manufacturing environment.
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DPS Tax Professionals
Specializing in Large Refunds
Open Year Round – Convenient
Appointments Always Available
Interested students: E-mail email@example.com or fax resumes to 229.377.2546
Lead, Succeed, Learn, and Grow!
Waffle House has been in business since 1955 with a continued focus on the growth of our brand while offering tremendous opportunities for professional achievement. We will provide an effective 3 month paid training program that will prepare you for a career that includes Multi-Unit leadership roles.
Colonial Pipeline Company
Train in and learn to perform the installation, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of industrial, electrical, electronic, mechanical and hydraulic systems at tank facility for pipeline product transportation. This position is the entry-level training position for systems/equipment installation and maintenance, preparatory to Technician classification.
- Perform on-the-job training and assist Technicians in the installation, troubleshooting, repair and maintenance of industrial electrical, electronic, mechanical and hydraulic systems as applied within the Colonial system.
• Learn to read and interpret technical material (i.e. Colonial, vendor and contractor electrical and mechanical drawings, prints and manuals, R-O-W alignments sheets, etc.)
• Assist with the repair and maintenance of equipment/systems and otherwise support local, district, contract and other Company teams as necessary (i.e. Quality Assurance, Engineering Services, Environmental, encroachment and R-O-W projects coordinated by Projects personnel to insure system integrity, etc.)
• Assist in responses to odd-hour critical equipment failure (call outs)
• Participate in Colonial’s maintenance self-study program and attend Company coordinated classes and seminars to enhance technical skills/knowledge.
• Attend Company-sponsored safety and compliance training.
• Serve on District Emergency Response Team.
• Communicate with customers (internal and external).
• Assist in ordering parts and materials for routine maintenance and special projects.
• Assist with oversight and direction of contractor personnel in facility maintenance and special projects.
• Operate various types of tools and equipment safely and efficiently. May be required to use the following tools in the course of their duties: Electrical, electronic and mechanical hand & power tools and related measuring instruments and gauges; oscilloscope; millwright machine.
• Foster a productive, team-oriented environment. Facilitate communication with customers and other employees, and display a commitment to teamwork in daily activities.
• Conduct daily activities in a manner that demonstrates Colonial’s commitment to safety. Observe all safety precautions relevant to work tasks.
• Maintain a high level and quality of customer service.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
- Reading and comprehension skills to interpret technical material.
• Moderate skills in the application of mathematics (basic; algebra; geometry).
• Moderate personal computer skills.
• Electrical/Mechanical maintenance aptitude required, combined with practical applications experience.
• Knowledge of traffic laws, ordinances and regulations involved in equipment and/or vehicle operation
• Working knowledge of occupational hazards and safety precautions
• Ability to safely remove and/or store hazardous waste materials
• Effective verbal communication skills and listening skills to include giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
• Effective written communication skills.
- Two year Technical School diploma or equivalent required
• Must complete operations training guide
• One year of Operations preferred, with ability to operate CPL facilities required.
• Must score greater than 70% on skills/knowledge test.
• Must possess a valid driver’s license and clean driving record.
• Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (Hazwoper) training
• Forklift training/licensing, Excay, etc. if applicable
- Must be able to work indoors and outdoors at all hours in all weather conditions in close proximity to large volumes of petroleum products and potentially hazardous working conditions such as high voltage equipment.
• Must be able to work 8-hour rotating shifts at all hours including weekends and holidays.
• Must be adaptable to frequently extended, unexpected work hours away from home-base location.
• Must be able to drive company and personal vehicles to perform required tasks, and exhibit responsibility in the operation and maintenance of company-owned vehicles**Primary Location: Albany or Bainbridge, GA. Estimated training period for this role is 12-36 months and part-time training will take place in Austell, GA. Candidate should be open to traveling to North Georgia for periodic training throughout their first two years in the role.
- Physical strength to lift and carry tools and equipment up to 75 pounds.
• Good overall physical mobility.
• Ability to receive detailed information through oral communication, and to make the discriminations in sound.
• Physical mobility to sit, stand, reach, pull, push and bend.
• Ability to climb stairs and vertical ladders up to 10 ft. and tank steps as high as 60 ft. Ability to work from valve platforms and tanks to 60-foot heights.
• Visual acuity to distinguish colors.
• Drive Company and personal vehicles for picking up mail, other errands and to travel to locations away from headquarters point.
• Must maintain punctuality and reliable attendance on the job.
• Must be willing and able to work safely in potentially hazardous conditions (i.e. around petroleum products or high voltage equipment)
• Must be able to maintain focus on the job at hand and to see tasks through to completion
• Must be self-motivated with the ability to work alone and unsupervised.
ALL CANDIDATES FOR THIS POSITION WILL BE REQUIRED TO UNDERGO AND PASS A BACKGROUND CHECK, DRUG SCREEN AND PHYSICAL EXAM.
Candidates can apply through our website: www.colpipe.com and click on the careers section at the top.
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Grady County Schools
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services Internship Opportunities:
Other Internship Opportunities:
- National Park Service Academy
- US Fish and Wildlife Service Career Discovery Internship Program
Targeted at first & second year students
- Paralegal Internship- Canton, GA
Position: Web Design Intern
Location: Early County
Contact: Spencer Mueller
Phone Number: 229-723-4304
The intern will assist the county in the creation of its first website by collecting data content, providing basic design layout, and applying the technical components of the web design. Content for the website shall include, but is not limited to, history, demographics, calendar, employment, departments and offices, contact information, maps, commission and board meeting times and minutes, and agendas.
The preferred candidate will be knowledgeable in website development, software design, layout planning, graphic design, basic theories behind visual communications and digital media, digital illustration, and application design. Strong English and math background skills are required.
Date Posted: 03/07/17
Deadline to Apply: May 1, 2017
Start Date: Contact Supervisor
Duration: Summer 2017
Hours per Week: Contact Supervisor