These are employment opportunities in the surrounding area that have been made known to the Admissions Office/Student Life Office. If one of these works out for you, could you please let the Admissions Office/Student Life Office firstname.lastname@example.org know so that we may remove it from our list?
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(1) Office/Clerical (Secretarial Office Support) (2) Physical Work ( Lawn Mowing, Maintenance, Housekeeping) (3) Ministry (Local Paid Full/Part time opportunities) (4) Professional (Positions with specific qualifications) (5) Child/Elderly Care (Babysitting, Nanny, Handicapped,
Elderly) (6) Other/General
(1) Office/Clerical (Secretarial office support)
Administrative Assistant23 Mar
Covenant Presbyterian Church is looking for an Administrative Assistant who would oversee the internal and external communications, greet visitors with warmth, collect and input church data, and serve the overall mission of the church. The position will require a time commitment of 32 hours per week. Qualifications: • Love for Jesus and his church • Ability with web creation and maintenance • Good communication skills • Able to engage with people and with tasks • A team player Hours: Required hours are 32 hours per week, Monday-Friday Contact: John Pennylegion email@example.com or 314-432-8700 Covenant Presbyterian Church 2143 N Ballas Rd, St. Louis, MO 63131 www.cpcstl.org/Job-Openings
Full-time Receptionist26 Feb
The Cakery Bakery is looking for a full-time receptionist. Qualified candidates will be highly organized, reliable self-starters with computer proficiency. Excellent customer service, math, and interpersonal skills are required as is a conversational understanding of cake decorating. While no decorating will be performed by the person filling this position, an ability to competently discuss cake design with customers is required. In addition to phone and in-person communication with customers, this position also includes varied tasks such as washing dishes, handling and packaging baked goods, and other cleaning/organizational tasks. Please note: this is not a creative position. This is not a seasonal or summer position.
Crossroads Presbyterian Church Office Manager17 Feb
1. General Responsibilities:
– Attend weekly staff meetings
– Maintain regular office hours at Crossroads Maplewood office to be available for the benefit of both Crossroads members and community members
– Work closely with Administrative Assistants (who are largely responsible for site-specific tasks)
2. Coordinate and Publish Church Communications
3. Support campus pastors, Clerk of Session, Finance Team, and Deacons
See the attached web link for full job description.
The Office Manager must be someone who is able to carry out their assigned tasks in a manner that is consistent with the vision and mission of the church and in the spirit of the Gospel. In addition to a variety of typical administrative and ministry support tasks, this includes participating in the Mercy Ministry of Crossroads’ Diaconate in a way that supports their mission and vision and dignifies our neighbors who come seeking assistance. The Office Manager will also deal with sensitive information regarding finances and other church business, and must be able to utilize discretion and maintain confidentiality. To carry out the following responsibilities, the Office Manager will need to be proficient in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and various Google applications. They will also need to have or be willing to develop familiarity with InDesign, QuickBooks, and web-based communication such as MailChimp.
Hours: This is a 22 hours/week hourly position, with wage to be set based on experience and qualifications. Specific office hours are flexible, but need to maintain consistency and should be set between 8am and 5pm, Monday-Friday for a total of 22 hours spread over at least three weekdays. Pay: Initial wage will not be set below $10/hour. Contact: Kristy Lowder firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-644-0030
Someone who enjoys learning new things, who loves kids, and who wants a part time job that means more than just a paycheck. This person needs to be flexible, organized, able to multi-task, and communicate clearly with clients and the doctors. Qualifications: Some experience with using social media, websites, basic computer programs (ie. Microsoft Word, Excel) and ideally (but not a must) QuickBooks. Hours: 20 hours/week
Wednesday- 12:30pm -7pm Thursday-12:30pm – 7pm -Willing to be flexible if doctor is running late with patients, may need to stay 15-30 minutes late (paid time) -Willing to have flexibility for training: some weekends or weekdays (paid time) -We are flexible with holidays Pay: $10/hour “Please contact us if interested by emailing email@example.com and we’ll send you an application. Applications are due Feb. 27th by noon. Interviews will be held March 9th and the start date will be April 6th.”
(2) Physical Work (Lawn mowing/maintenance/housekeeping)
Grounds Worker – Chesterfield Presbyterian Church23 Mar
Position is for Chesterfield Presbyterian Church. It is for 10 to 15 hours/week, starting pay is $10.50/hour. Job includes: working outside, operating lawn equipment, heavy lifting, etc. All tools and equipment is provided. You do not need to attend Chesterfield Presbyterian Church to work here. Flexible schedule – can work around school. If interested email, Joe, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Custodian – Chesterfield Presbyterian Church23 Mar
Position is for Chesterfield Presbyterian Church. You do not need to attend the church to work here. It is for 12 to 15 hours/week, starting pay is $10.50/hour. Job includes cleaning, lifting and moving heavy loads, setting up for events. Flexible schedule – can work around school. If interested email, Joe, at email@example.com
Crossroads Presbyterian Church – Maplewood Site Janitor11 Mar
General cleaning, mopping, trash removal, etc. All cleaning supplies provided.
For tax purposes, this is a 1099 “sub-contractor” position.
Ideal position for someone needing flexible work hours.
Interested applicants, please send email to “firstname.lastname@example.org” with a brief description of your availability, 2 character/work references, and contact info (phone and email).
Qualifications: Must have your own transportation. Ideal candidate will possess ability to follow through on work without much direction. Integrity and dependability are a must.
Position is open immediately. 6-8 hours per week. Would need to spread the time over 2-3 days minimum. Just need to work around regular church events. Night or evening hours also okay.
Pay is $11/hour
2640 Oakview Terrace Maplewood, MO 63143
Yard Work Needed in Spring23 Feb
We are looking for a male seminary student who can help our yard when needed (not mowing the lawn). Located New Ballas/Ladue area. Pay negotiable. Please call Mrs. Schattgen 314-997-1978.
Commercial Office Cleaning23 Feb
Summary: ANJJ has been serving commercial businesses in St. Louis for over 15years. Dependability, accountability, attention to detail, and high quality end-results are our priority. Team members play a key role in our growth and customer retention by consistently providing quality cleaning services to our valued customers. Essential Duties and Responsibilities A Team Member performs a wide range of duties including some or all of the following: • Dust furniture, desks, and computers • Clean and disinfect sinks, countertops, floors, toilet, mirrors, tables, chairs, refrigerators, microwaves, etc. in restrooms, and/or kitchenettes • Replenish supplies in restrooms and kitchen • Vacuum and mop floors using mops and vacuum cleaners • Empty trash cans and recyclables into disposal areas • Clean glass partitions and mirrors A Team Member must arrive to work (client location) at scheduled time, perform services to established standards and insure the client’s facility is locked and secured when you finish and leave. Also must comply with all safety policies and procedures relating to performance of tasks, use of products or supplies, and incident reporting. Skills and Competencies: • Excellent verbal communication skills • Detail oriented – pays attention to details at each customer’s location, with extra attention to any special requests • Friendly and professional – able to interact with customers when they are on-site while cleaning is being performed • Team player – ability to work within a team where members depend on each other to get work done • Self-starter – able to identify work that needs to be done and do it without being instructed to do so • Desire to learn, seek new challenges, and take on additional responsibilities • Reasoning ability – good common sense with ability to solve practical problems Education, Certifications and/or Experience • High School Diploma required • Experience in a service environment is preferred, but not required Language Skills • Ability to speak and write English fluently Work Environment • Physical demands include walking and standing, bending, kneeling, pushing and pulling objects, lifting and moving objects, repetitive bending and lifting, and repetitive arm movements • Travel to/from customers business is required
Hours: • Chesterfield Valley – Wednesday evenings 5:30-8:30 pm • Chesterfield Valley – Friday evenings 5:30-8:30 pm • Downtown/Wisconsin Avenue – Every second and fourth Saturday of the month 8-11 am Pay: Varies per job Contact: Pam Olivastro email@example.com or 636.346.1930 506 MERCER MANOR DR Ballwin MO 63011
The Fulton School Custodial Worker23 Feb
I am seeking a helper here at TFS to perform custodial duties. If anyone knows someone who might be a good fit please let me know. The hours are from 3-9:00 M-F. This is for general cleaning, help set up events, securing the building etc. Contact: Rick Platz firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for several people to work as independent contractors on a variety of handyman/fix-it tasks—some big some small. Must have experience, and at least a few basic tools.
Qualifications: ANY of the following: carpentry, plumbing, drywall, electrical, powerwashing, deck finishing, etc. Hours: Flexible, but mostly afternoons (noon to 5:00) Pay: $15 to $20 per hour, based on experience Contact: Joel Keen email@example.com or 636.875.0363 www.revupyourhome.com
Window Washers Needed for True View Windows LLC.18 Feb
$12/Hour to start. Potential to make $15-20/hour once trained. Part-time, flexible hours Contact Greg Robirds at 314-651-3335 www.truvuwindows.com
WINDOW CLEANING TECHNICIAN - Creve Coeur, MO30 Jan
Company Description: The King’s – The Green Cleaning Specialists has embraced a process that keeps your building consistently clean in an environmentally friendly way. This improves the quality of your building, the lives of your tenants, and inevitably increases the value of your property. The King’s employs its own unique operating system based on science, technology and training. Our operating system, TKOS (The King’s Operating System), has proven time and time again that cleaning for health is measurable! Our TKOS process enables us the opportunity to certify our own team members while providing exceptional service to our clients.
Qualifications: Must be able to carry ladders . Must be willing to work outdoors. The company is a drug free workplace and criminal background checks will be performed. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license and good driving record. Pay: Starting Pay: 10-13 per hour Hours: Work week is Monday through Friday, no nights or weekends (work is year-round). Company vehicle, tools, equipment & uniforms provided (no high rise work) Training provided, 30 day trial period and 90 day probation Please submit a resume for consideration to Spencer Cummins at firstname.lastname@example.org
(3) Ministry (Local paid full/part time opportunities)
Chaplain – Retirement Community23 Mar
Sunday morning worship service and special service throughout the church year. Weekly Bible Study. Twice a month discussion group. Hospital/Nursing Home visitation. Qualifications: As in most chaplain positions, the person that would assume this ministry would have to be sensitive to Christians from all denominations. At each event, you will have a few Roman Catholics, Presbyterians, Methodists, Baptists, Lutheran, etc. The residents are older, but have to be able to take care of themselves, so while their bodies may be aging, for most, their minds are still very sharp. The average age on Sunday might be 85. Hours: Sunday service and discussion groups are currently scheduled for one hour. The Bible Study is scheduled for 45 minutes. Visitation varies throughout the year, and other staff members also make visits to help carry the load. Pay: Negotiable Contact: David Poland email@example.com or 314-283-3615
5th and 6th Grade Ministry Intern12 Mar
The 56ers (5th and 6th grade ministry) is looking for an intern for the 2015/2016 school year. The position will be 10 hours/week and will report to the Director of Children’s Ministry. This is a great opportunity to experience how programs are developed, to see how Children’s Ministry coordinates with other ministries to share vision and purpose, and to have an active part in the decision process involved within a church. Responsibilities include: -Overseeing programs for 5th and 6th graders on Wednesday Nights, Sunday Nights, and occasional programs in the summer. -Communicating with parents and children through weekly emails. Hours: 10 hours/week Pay: $10/hour Contact: Jennifer Zell firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-434-4760 http://thekirk.org/#/children/kirk56-events
Worship Director 6 Mar
Grace Presbyterian Church is looking for a part-time Worship Director, 10-15 hours per week. Hours: Wednesday evening and Sunday morning services, and occasional special services. Contact: Mike McLaughlin email@example.com or 636-926-2955 6308 Highway N St. Charles, MO
Full Time: Alpha Regional Director – St. Louis, MO19 Feb
The purpose of this role is to coordinate and facilitate all Alpha activity in the region. Key activities and responsibilities to include: •Working with a local board (Regional Leadership Team – RLT) to establish and implement a strategic plan to develop and grow Alpha in the region •Promote Alpha within the region by: • Networking and building relationships with Christian leaders • Attending and speaking at prominent events and conferences • Developing and implementing a marketing, growth, and ministry partner strategy • Hosting trainings and presentations including Tastes of Alpha, Getting Started trainings, and others that serve the church community and further the mission of Alpha. •Ensure that the ‘DNA’, unity, and best practices of Alpha are nurtured through: • The discipline of prayer individually, with the RLT, and throughout the region • Supporting local churches in the running of their Alpha courses • Developing regional structures and networks for the growth and strengthening of Alpha, e.g. Resource Churches, Alpha Advisors (AA), and Team leaders, volunteers and helpers, etc. •Integration and coordination with the CST including, prayer, event planning, data sharing, marketing, ‘Best Practice’, AA, Fund Development, Invitations and National Conferences. •Develop and execute Alpha Partner best practices in order to disciple partners and potential partners and raise the resources necessary to fund and execute the strategic plan. • Regular partner communication – monthly email updates • Quarterly visits with key partners • Host fundraising events • Work with RLT to host breakfasts/lunches for potential partners • Hand written communication annually • Develop entry point events for potential partners • Other partner events and practices as needed
ESSENTIAL SKILLS • Excellent relationship development and management ability • Strong written and verbal communication skills • Proven project management skills: the ability to develop and execute a plan • Strong organizational skills: ability to set priorities and forward-plan • Attention to detail • Good PC and Internet skills • Good marketing and PR skills • Proven leadership skills, including the ability to be unified within a larger team
OTHER HELPFUL SKILLS • Religious education or training • Database interface • Familiarity with bulk mail services such as Mail Chimp, Constant Contact, etc. • Fundraising experience • Event management and coordination • Volunteer management experience • Public speaking experience • Experience as an Alpha guest or leader DESIRED CHARACTERISTICS • A deep love for and commitment to the Lord Jesus • A heart for reaching the lost through relational outreach • Knowledge of and passion for Alpha and experience of running Alpha in a local church • A desire to serve and support the church across denominational and geographic boundaries • Leadership skills and the ability to enthuse others to engage them in the vision of Alpha • High energy • Culturally adaptable
Bonhomme Presbyterian Church in Chesterfield is seeking a female to serve as an intern with our middle and high school students. This is a 1 year position, with the possibility to renew after the end of the year. These responsibilities include, but are not limited to: -Build authentic relationships with Middle and High School girls -Develop Christ-based mentoring relationships with Middle and/or High School girls. -Lead a small group of girls -Participate in and help lead Bonhomme Student Ministry Programs and Special Events. If you have any questions regarding this internship, or would like to apply, please send a resume to Hayley Garr, the Assistant Director of Student Ministries, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Qualifications: Love of Jesus Christ Love working with Middle School and/or High School students. Self-starter and self-motivated. Education: High School Diploma and pursuing further education 10 hours a week: Sunday Mornings: 9:30am-12pm (2.5 hours) Wednesday Evenings: 4:30-6:30pm (2 hours) Weekly Student Ministry Meeting (1.5 hours, will work with school schedule) At least Two Contact Appointments with Students each week (2 hours) Lead Small Group (1 hour) Planning, Brain-storming, Miscellaneous (1 hour) Monthly Leadership Cabinet Meeting (TBD) Special Events (TBD) Pay: Approximately $480/month
Twin Oaks Presbyterian Church Student Ministry18 Feb
Job Description—Middle School Discipleship Staff Objective: Assist in fulfilling the family’s and the church’s responsibility to disciple middle school students.
Key Results •Know the names and faces of all Twin Oaks middle school students and their parents. •Attend regular youth leader meetings for encouragement, training and coordination. •Pray for the students of Twin Oaks regularly. •Share in the hands-on leadership of the weekly programs as assigned by the Pastor to Discipleship. •Build friendships with students and their parents by: o Greeting students or parents by name in the hall at church. o Attending weekly programs of the church where middle school students will attend. o Attending trips and retreats as time allows. o Attending student events (games, meets, ceremonies) as time allows. o Accepting invitations to visit middle school students and their families in their homes. o Seek creative means of building friendships with middle school students and their parents. • Seek to be informed about any special victories, concerns, or challenges faced by the middle school student and his or her family and pass that information on to the ministry team. • Assist in connecting families to the student ministry. • Live by the Twin Oaks Presbyterian Church Student Ministry Covenant.
Accountability Report directly to the Pastor of Discipleship
Compensation Bi-weekly salary of $11 per hour for 10 hours of your time each week Priceless satisfaction for investing in students Props
The Youth Minister is responsible for the overall leadership, direction and vision of the student ministry (6th-12th grade).
Key Responsibilities & Duties: 1. LEADERSHIP & EQUIPPING - Recruit adults to be involved in the ministry to disciple and serve students - Provide equipping, vision, communication and leadership for adults involved with the ministry.
2. DISCIPLESHIP - Lead and develop an ongoing discipleship ministry where students are grown up in the gospel and taught to disciple others in the gospel. - Disciple key student leaders in the gospel
3. CONNECT - Connect with students through formal, informal and fun gatherings for the purpose of growing them in the gospel. - Oversee and organize a few events a semester to connect students. - Connect with parents through ongoing communication as to the purpose and details of events in the ministry.
4. OUTREACH - Oversee the coordination and planning and execution of the Wednesday night Engage outreach ministry. - Oversee the summer camp/mission trip. - Oversee other retreats and mission trips as developed.
Qualifications: 1. Personal Character: Should have a genuine love for Jesus. Must be committed to growing in the spiritual disciplines. Has a high level of integrity. 2. Doctrine: Must be in full agreement of the Summit statement of faith and have an ability to analyze curriculum to assure it is gospel-centric. 3. Education: Bachelor degree preferred. 4. Experience: 1-3 years of involvement in ministry to students.
(4) Professional (positions with specific qualifications)
Boys 10U Basketball Coach25 Feb
Midwest United basketball is looking for a Boys 4th grade basketball coach. Coach would need to attend a minimum of one practice per week, plus league games and tournaments. Time commitment is not significant, team will play 20-24 games in the spring/summer session and 20-24 games in the fall/winter session. Qualifications:
#1 criteria is that the coach must be a calm, supportive presence from the bench. We want to build young men of character, that play basketball the right way. We hold our parents and players to high standards when it comes to behavior. Strong basketball IQ and competitive playing experience is preferred.
Hours: Thursday evenings (practice) x 1 hour (fall/winter only). Sunday afternoons (practice) x 1.5 hours (late afternoon start, approx 2 p.m. (summer & winter sessions) League & tournament games—20 to 24 games per season (max 48 games per year) Pay: Competitive, negotiable Contact: Wallace Gustafson email@example.com or 636-262-3898
SPANISH SUB AT CENTRAL CHRISTIAN SCHOOL POSITION AVAILABLE30 Jan
This position is very part time (on needed basis).
If you are a Spanish speaker, we have a need for someone we can call when our current teacher will not be at school. Maybe you took Spanish in HS, you are currently taking it or you are a native speaker and have experience working with children.
Read the information under Substitute Teachers and follow the directions to apply.
(5) Child/Elderly Care (Babysitting/Nanny/Handicapped/Elderly)
Caregiver/Companion elderly13 Mar
My 87-year-old father needs someone to be with him during lunch time & dinner time to give him his meals, medications, talk, watch TV. He has COPD, and some dementia. Hard of hearing. Slow to understand some things. Qualifications: Prefer mature person/persons, 45-70 years old. Patience required. Reliable transportation as timeliness and attendance important. Experience with elderly or disabled person is a plus. In South County St. Louis (Mehlville area), prefer someone near to the area. Hours: Need 7 days a week lunch time 2-3 hours between 10-2; dinner 2-3 hours btwn 5-8 pm. Willing to hire 2 to 3 people so if you can only work one shift or weekend I still want to hear from you.
Please email me with your circumstances, such as if you are a student, or this would be a second job. Also the hours that you would be able to work Pay: $11.00 an hour to start / pay weekly Contact: Mai firstname.lastname@example.org
Babysitter 4 Mar
I am looking for responsible, hardworking students who are interested in making their own hours and working for several families, casually babysitting for families in the central corridor. Please go to STLSITTER.COM and fill out a provider application. WE are hiring ASAP!!!! Qualifications: Previous Childcare experience, clean driving record, pass a background check Hours: You can make your own hours! Pay: $10-15/hr Contact: Morgan Clark email@example.com 314.625.8420
I need someone to watch my 8 month old son 3-4 days a week (Tuesday or Wednesday through Friday) Qualifications: Love of children. Hours: 7:30 am-5:30 pm, Tuesday -Friday or Wednesday-Friday Pay: $50/day Contact: Allison firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-471-8091
Part Time Babysitter needed18 Feb
Looking for a part time babysitter for Monday and/or Tuesday mornings. I have 2 kids, and just need a little more time at work and time to run errands. My son is 3.5 and my daughter is 2. Both are pretty high energy. Mondays would be both kids, but Tuesday would only be my daughter. I live in the Crestwood/Webster area. Hours: 5-10 hours a week Pay: $8-10 /hour Contact: Kate email@example.com or 314-686-1350
Nanny Wanted12 Feb
We are looking for a nanny to come to our home in Webster Groves to care for our 2 year old son and 6 month old daughter. Part time or full time, 20 plus hours per wk. We are flexible, morning, day, or evening. The days will be mostly M-F with the occasional sat if possible. You need to be able to keep up with a very active and energetic 2 year old. Experience with young children, reliable transportation, and CPR cert (or willing to get cert) required.
Please call or text Melissa at 314-974-1982 for more information.
After School Childcare and Tutor11 Feb
Our family needs assistance with two of our children. Our sweet 16 year old boy is disabled and full-care. Our wonderful adopted daughter from Korea needs tutoring assistance for executive functioning deficit. Qualifications: Tutoring – some type of education background or interest. Care for our disabled son – love, patience, and willingness to learn
Hours: Before school hours: 6:30-8:30/After school hours for our son: 2:30-6 or 9/ At night – flexible. Tutoring: 3:30 – 5:30 two to three days per week Pay: based on experience Contact: Erica Hughes firstname.lastname@example.org
or 314.277.9627 Location: Des Peres
Caregiver 6 Feb
We are seeking compassionate and talented individuals to join our caregiver team who share our passion. Our care services include:
In-home assisted living to help those needing assistance remain in their own home
Hospital to Home care to assist clients who have been recently hospitalized with their recovery and getting back on their feet
Respite Care to assist family caregivers with providing care for a loved one providing balance to their own schedule, health and well-being.
Minimum age of 21 Must have High School diploma; college preferred Strong written and oral communications skills; English is mandatory Must have access to computer and skills to work with internet applications Proof of eligibility to work in the US Must have drivers license and own vehicle No criminal background and clean driving (DMV) record Professional caregiving experience or equivalent training is preferred; preference given to CNA, EMT and LPN/RN candidates First Aid and CPR certification desired Hours: We are currently hiring for both hourly and live-in positions. Contact: Haylee Berry email@example.com or 314-863-8984
We are looking for a kind, nurturing, mature helper to supervise our 2 kids in our Chesterfield home 3 to 4 afternoons per week from 2:45pm to 5pm. Will be helping with snack, homework, over-seeing chores and fun (play games, read, play, hike). Daughter is 11 (6th Grade) Son is 15 (10th Grade). Both have some emotional/behavioral struggles- due to adoption and trauma at an early age. They are very smart, helpful and capable; they need a little help navigating tough situations.
Hours: 2:45 to 5:00 pm – 3 to 4 days per week Pay: $12 – 14 per hour Contact: Lori firstname.lastname@example.org or 636-851-7839
Nanny 2 Feb
We are looking for a loving and fun woman to take care of our kiddos while we are at work. Taylor graduated from Covenant with MAC in 2013 and works at West Hills Community Church in Town and Country. Abbe is a family wellness chiropractor in Creve Coeur. We are looking for someone to watch 1-2 of our children part-time. Our youngest is 16 months and extremely happy and fun little man! Our middle daughter, 3.5 years old and has a loving heart and loves to play!! Qualifications: Imagination and love. Would like to avoid TV watching as much as possible. We would love to have you come to our house, but if you would rather have them come to you, we are open to discuss it. Hours: Mondays: 9:30am – 12:30pm (both kids) Tuesdays: 9am – 3pm (Griffin only) Every other Friday: 9-2pm (both) Option to roll into summer break and add our 6 year old and possibly more hours. Pay: Would love to barter part of payment for Chiropractic services for you and your spouse. Contact: Abbe Keen email@example.com or 314.740.7421 Location: Sunset Hills (at I-44 and Lindbergh)
Caretaker needed for young adult 2 Feb
Wanted: Personal care attendant to help a very sweet young man with autism learn self-help skills and become more independent
Need some morning hours 9:15a – 2:45p and every other Fri/Sun. Schedule changes each semester depending on hours of all caretakers working. If these hours do not fit your current schedule, but you are interested, please contact me because hours may be flexible.
No experience necessary, but must love working with people with special abilities and make a commitment of at least 1 year. Must have own, reliable transportation and be a non-smoker. We are located in Chesterfield off Baxter Rd.
Salary starts at $9.50/hour (training) and $10.75/hour (working independently).
If you feel this might be the position for you, please call Mrs. Perry at 314-276-4006 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
DES PERES PARKS AND RECREATION EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES23 Mar
Are you interested in working at The Lodge Des Peres or in our parks? Our department believes in the Lodge Life Values and new employees are selected based on this value system. Please find the current positions listed below. We do not hire summer only or seasonal employees for year round positions. All employees must be 16 years of age or older to begin work (interview process can start earlier). Apply online or print a PDF of our application and submit with cover letter to The Lodge. If you have any additional questions, please click on the positions for job descriptions or call 314.835.6150. The City of Des Peres is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Reasonable accommodation will be provided as required by law. Looking at a printed version of our site? Visit our website at www.desperesmo.org/LodgeDesPeresEmployment for details!
Retail Sales & Confections23 Mar
Counter & retail staff serving customers with enthusiasm. Cooking in our storefront “theater” kitchen to create fudge, caramel corns & brittles and dipped chocolate confections in front of customers. Qualifications: Must be out-going, friendly, enthusiastic, able to talk to customers, honest, clean & neat, desiring to make others happy, and wanting to have fun at work! Hours: M-TH 11am-9pm, Fri & Sat 11am-10pm, Sunday Noon-7pm
All shifts are currently part time but we are also looking for one or two good managers. Pay: Negotiable Contact: Jenny & Greg VanWyk email@example.com or (636)395-7081 Applications may be found on our website or you may contact us by phone or email.
The Cup-Central West End is looking to fill a part-time, afternoon/evening Cashier position. We are a fast paced retail setting, focused on quality and presentation of product and providing guests with excellent customer service. We are looking for individuals who are outgoing, friendly, and desire to serve our guests well, in order to make their visit a pleasant experience. Qualified candidates will be self-starters who are able to problem-solve and multi-task. •Additional requirements: Math proficiency Detail orientation Excellent communication skills Ability to lift 50 pounds Dependable transportation Availability during the hours required: Mon-Thu, 3pm-9:30pm, Fri & Sat, 3pm-11pm 24-30 hours/week. If you meet the above qualifications and would like to apply, please email infoStLouis@cravethecup.com with a letter of interest, your availability and a resume or list of experience.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES28 Jan
Full-Time & Part-Time Openings in St. Louis & St. Charles County for: •Community Living Instructor (CLI) •Community Skills Instructor (CSI) •Transition Services Trainer •Individual Support Assistant (ISA) •Job Coach
Make a meaningful difference in your work and apply today! To apply online or to view all job openings: Visit our website www.esmw.org and click CAREERS tab.
Basic Qualifications: •Reliable vehicle •Current vehicle insurance •Valid driver’s license •High school diploma or equivalent •May require availability for evenings and weekends
JOB OVERVIEWS Individual Support Assistant (Autism Services) -Works one-on-one with children and adults who have autism to help them develop communication and social skills, academic skills, and provide assistance in daily living tasks. • Provide supportive care to individuals with autism or other disabilities • Maintain confidentiality in all matters • Complete and submit accurate reports and documentation about activities in a timely manner • Maintain your own schedule and follow up with parents and the agency • Exhibit professionalism in performance of all duties
Community Living Instructor (Residential) -Works with clients with developmental disabilities and/or autism • Daily activities such as meal preparation and planning • Medication administration • Personal care • Facilitating community involvement by accompanying individuals on outings in the community • Providing transportation to work or other activities • Support therapeutic and behavioral plans
Community Skills Instructor (Day Program) -Works with clients with developmental disabilities and/or autism in a day program or community setting • Providing direct care to clients as outlined in a daily schedule. Support given will follow specific goals. • Implement and evaluate plan and objectives for specific individuals. • Maintain daily and monthly paperwork neatly and accurately. • Maintain professional relationship with individuals, families, community members, and Community Living staff.
Job Coach (Employment Services) -Works in providing support to adults with developmental disabilities in competitive work settings. • He/she provides appropriate programming based upon the clients goals and objectives. • Teaches skills necessary for client to meet or exceed performance expectations. • Establish and maintain employer relationships. • Facilitate the building of natural supports at the workplace.
Transition Services Trainer (Employment Services) -Works in supporting clients’ efforts to safely access community resources, utilize public transportation, develop positive relationships, and develop pre-employment and pre-vocational skills. • Assesses and identifies clients’ skills and abilities. • Develops appropriate goals and teaching strategies for clients. • Transporting the Client out into the community and facilitating connections with community resources