Sales position available in a successful firm within the service industry. Extremely high growth potential. High Salary+ high commission. Must have sales experience or come from sales background.
we are looking for sales associates with the following qualifications:
* Strong telephone/in person communication skills.
* computer literacy is a must.
* Quick learning individuals.
* Self-motivated professionals with a proven track record in Sales who want to succeed.
* Ability to seek out new business
* Know how to build and maintain long term business relationships
Please email me your Resume along with your contact info.
Filed under: Sales.
Customer Service Representative
Our company is seeking individuals capable of performing the following tasks:
Receiving inbound customer calls/Making outbound customer calls
Logging inbound customer packages
Setting up field service with manufacturers and service centers
Necessary Skills include but are not limited to:
Good communication and speech. Proper English is required.
Patience and understanding of customer needs.
Must be computer literate. Email and note keeping in proper English is essential.
Must have the ability to learn new skills quickly.
Must be a team player.
Minimum 6+ months of recent customer service, retail, or call center experience required.
Fully computer literate.
Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills (both verbal and written) required.
Strong listening skills, professional telephone manner and ability to deal tactfully and effectively with customers in a fast paced customer focused call center.
High school diploma or GED required.
The Customer Care Representative (CCR) - providing comprehensive customer service through troubleshooting customers’ programming and/or equipment issues, answering customer questions, resolving issues in relation to claims, warranties, servicing products, accurately determining entitlement, and setting up service options. Demonstrates world class customer relations and achieve a high level of quality results in a timely and efficient manner.
Filed under: Customer Service.
The Union for Reform Judaism is a dynamic network of congregations, lay leaders, clergy and professionals across North America. The Union’s progressive, inclusive approach unites thousands of years of Jewish tradition and values with modern Jewish experience to strengthen Judaism today and for future generations.
This is an exhilarating time of change in the life of the Union. The organization’s new President, Rabbi Rick Jacobs, brings to the Union a passion for and dedicated track record of leadership in synagogue transformation and an exciting, expansive vision for the future of the Union, the Reform movement, and progressive Judaism overall. Working harmoniously with the new President is a newly-formed senior team and a freshly reorganized program staff structure.
Through programs, information and networking opportunities provided by the Union, nearly 900 member congregations enhance their capacity to build and expand community, deepen Jewish learning, energize worship, pursue social justice, and develop inspired leadership.
PRIMARY FUNCTION: The Vice President, Institutional Advancement will have a landmark impact on the life of the Reform Jewish community in North America. He/she will work with energetic, highly-committed leadership and colleagues to regenerate and nurture a robust and sustainable culture of philanthropy to support organizational priorities.
The Union is now poised to marshal its full resources to increase institutional advancement in support of a robust, progressive, substantive and high-profile future. The VP will join a passionate and dedicated team and will have the unique opportunity to reimagine the Union’s approach to advancement and, in so doing, play a major role in the Union’s mission going forward.
Significant track record of transformative success in institutional advancement in a high-profile Jewish communal, higher education, cultural arts, government, NGO or other not-for-profit setting. Candidates from the corporate arena with a history of not-for-profit board leadership experience will also be considered; extensive knowledge of and success with the North American Jewish philanthropic community; demonstrate success driving culture change in philanthropy; success as a front-line solicitor; capital campaign planning and implementation experience; knowledgeable about established and emerging tactics in philanthropy; ideally, marketing and communications experience; substantial management/mentoring experience; a history of working effectively with trustees, volunteers and lay leadership; energy and creativity; exceptional judgment and maturity; a collaborative, team-driven style; excellent human relations skills; persuasive writing and presentation skills; committed to exploring and embracing new technologies; an understanding of congregational life; genuine interest in the shared goals and values of the Reform Movement; willingness to regularly participate in evening events and to travel, as required.
Nonprofit organization with strong ties to Israel seeks an individual to assume the role of Online Marketing Coordinator to maintain organization website, manage social media presence and develop online marketing initiatives (including content). The Online Marketing Coordinator will report to the National Marketing Director.
• Maintain and develop organization’s website, including mobile site
• Maximize organization’s online presence and SEO results through paid and earned media.
• Write news and other material for online campaigns and website
•Create online campaigns’ strategy and related material such as
• newsletters, Flash banners, landing pages etc.
• Monitor all online activities and assess trends and areas of strengths and weaknesses (Google Analytics)
• Work with organization’s 16 chapters to develop and maintain online activity and web pages
• Manage relationships with outside vendors in related field
• Produce graphic-design projects for the National office and the chapters
Salary commensurate with experience, excellent benefits.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Raymond and Ruth Perelman Jewish Day School invites nominations and applications for the position of Head of School. One of the oldest and most successful Solomon Schechter Day Schools, Perelman serves more than 400 students in K-8 in three centers located on two beautiful campuses in Wynnewood and Melrose Park, in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Perelman is known for its development of confident, accomplished and compassionate graduates who have a sound understanding of their history and culture. This mission is accomplished through rigorous secular and Judaic curricula, commitment to strong, positive Jewish identity and values-based Jewish education, and an environment of socioeconomic, religious, and learning-profile diversity. While its commitment to excellence in education is fundamental, what makes Perelman distinctive is its warm, nurturing character and joyful environment, community of families, and fostering of Jewish values, traditions, and love of Israel. Perelman is accredited by the Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools (PAIS), and is a member of the Association of Delaware Valley Independent Schools (ADVIS), and the Solomon Schechter Day School Association. Perelman is endorsed by the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism.
The Head of School is the chief executive of Perelman with responsibility for the overall operations and advancement of the school. Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Head of School provides strategic vision; leadership for the three principals of two lower school and one middle school program and for faculty and staff in the development, implementation and evaluation of a comprehensive dual-curricular program; and representation of the school to its external communities through fundraising and recruitment. The Head works with the Board of Directors to ensure the school’s financial stability, enrollment growth, and student success. The School’s population is drawn from all branches of Judaism, and the Head of School must be comfortable in supporting such religious diversity while serving as a role model for the school and the Jewish community. An appointment is expected to be made beginning in July 2013.
Perelman seeks an innovative, dynamic and inspiring Jewish leader who will bring his or her vision and unique talents to the further advancement of the school. The ideal candidate will demonstrate a passion for Perelman’s mission, goals and aspirations, and embrace its core values and beliefs. She or he will have significant experience in a complex environment; success in executive leadership; a track record of creativity and innovation; a love of children and commitment to their fullest development; experience with management of human resources; financial oversight and familiarity with developing and implementing a multi-million dollar budget; and personal enthusiasm for fund-raising and its role in the financing of independent education. An advanced degree and educational experience is expected together with strong interpersonal skills; outstanding listening and communication skills; the ability to deal with multiple constituencies; an open-minded and flexible approach; and dedication to shaping the educational experience through faculty leadership and development and academic curriculum, arts, and athletics.
Nominations, inquiries, and expressions of interest (cover letter, CV, and five references) should be directed electronically to PerelmanJDS@divsearch.com. For further information, please contact:
Kim M. Morrisson, Ph.D. Managing Director and Practice Leader or Mackie MacLean, Managing Partner or
Khalilah Lawson, Vice President and Senior Associate
2005 Market Street, Suite 3300, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Filed under: Education.
Congregation Rodeph Sholom, a large, dynamic Reform synagogue with budget in excess of 20 million and 300 plus employees on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, seeks a Human Resources professional experienced with managing payroll, benefits and compliance as well as experience with complying with applicable employment laws. This Coordinator-level position reports to the Controller and works closely with the Director of Human Resources, and is accountable for administrating all human resources and payroll functions (see typical activities below).
SCOPE OF RESPONSIBILITIES:
Ensure compliance with applicable employment laws and internal HR procedures
Coordinate benefits process including but not limited to health, life, disability, retirement plans
Collaborate with HR Committee and other Department Heads
Process weekly and monthly payrolls
Generate and submit weekly and monthly payroll summaries and other reports
Track sick, personal and vacation time for staff
A/R reconciliations for all benefits accounts
Manage year-end payroll activities
Report employment statistics to EEOC and workers’ compensation claims to OSHA
Knowledge – the individual understands office administration, with an understanding of human resource and payroll administrative processes including applicable rules and regulations
Analytical – the individual must maintain accuracy and attention to detail
Organizational – the individual must maintain excellent order among all personnel and accounting records
Judgment – the individual must demonstrate effective decision-making skills
Communication – the individual must possess excellent interpersonal and written skills
Technical – the individual must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications and experience with payroll and HRIS software
Self-motivated, with the ability to work independently
Must possess honesty, trustworthy and ethical attributes
Must possess cultural awareness and sensitivity
Education - completed college degree and 3 years of relevant work experience which includes some supervision or managerial experience
HOW TO APPLY:
Interested and qualified applicants should submit Resumes and Cover Letters along with salary expectations (with “HR and Payroll Coordinator” in the subject line of email) to email@example.com
EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY POLICY
CRS does not unlawfully discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of one’s actual or perceived race; color; religion; sex/gender (including gender identity); creed; sexual orientation; marital status; pregnancy; ethnicity; national origin; ancestry; age; disability; alienage/citizenship status; arrest or conviction record (consistent with the provisions of New York State’s Corrections Law); partnership status; familial status; military service; status as a victim of domestic violence, stalking or sex offenses; veteran status; genetic pre-disposition or carrier status; or any other characteristic protected by applicable law. Employment decisions at CRS are made in a non-discriminatory manner and are based on qualifications, abilities, and merit. As may be permitted by law, certain Rodeph Sholom positions will be filled by persons of the Jewish faith as a bona fide occupational qualification. CRS also prohibits, and will not tolerate, any form of retaliation or reprisal against any employee who reasonably and in good faith complains of discrimination or harassment or provides information in connection with any such complaint.
Looking for an experienced graphic designer who has the capacity to lay out and design books.
Designer must have the ability to read and understand Hebrew, as well as English.
Experience in InDesign is a must.
This is job can easily be done from home.
Flexible hours, quick turnaround, and accessibility are vital.
Please send it your resume and work samples.
A busy real estate and title law office is seeking a full-time document processor.
Duties will include; but are not limited to:
Prior real estate, mortgage, or foreclosure experience a plus.
Hours: 11am to 7pm OR 12pm to 8pm
Days: Monday through Friday
Compensation: $10 to $13 per hour–Compensatory with experience
For Immediate Hire
E-mail resume for interview.
About Women of Reform Judaism:
Women of Reform Judaism is the women’s affiliate of the Union for Reform Judaism, the central body of Reform Judaism in North America. Established in 1913, WRJ now represents about 50,000 women in nearly 500 women’s groups in North America and around the world. Its mission is to ensure the future of Reform Judaism.
WRJ educates and trains sisterhood and congregational leadership in the areas of membership, fundraising, leadership skills, advocacy for social justice, and innovative and spiritual programming. Through its YES Fund (Youth, Education, and Special Projects), WRJ provides financial support to the various institutions of Reform Judaism.
Department of Service to Sisterhoods: Objectives
- Support nearly 500 sisterhoods and women’s groups throughout North America, including leadership development, programmatic support, fundraising assistance, governance matters and crisis management.
- Oversee and support work of 8 districts throughout North America, including biennial conventions, budgets, governance matters and communications with officers, boards and Area Directors.
- Manage relations between the affiliated sisterhoods and women’s groups and the umbrella organization, including membership dues, listservs and other communications with leadership, speaker’s bureau requests and delivery of materials and resources.
- Cultivate new and prospective affiliates and facilitate departure of resigned or disbanded sisterhoods.
- Engage members through programs, conferences (Fried Leadership Conferences), District Presidents calls and meetings, and Chai Society (board alumni group).
FOR MORE DETAIL AND TO APPLY:
Directs and manages the activities and performance of all members of the team, including knowledge managers, benchmarking analyst, and leadership training coordinator. Convenes various groups within the Union and the Movement to insure that knowledge is shared among staff, volunteers, and other key institutions of the Movement, so that our congregations and constituents can access the best knowledge and best practices available.
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