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Sales Manager

Terch & Associates on behalf of Visit Duluth

Love Duluth? Make a career out of it!

Terch & Associates, on behalf of Visit Duluth, is seeking a Sales Manager. Visit Duluth is a collaborative tourism initiative with the shared goal of increasing leisure travel, as well as conventions, events and sports tournaments to our great port city. The employees of Visit Duluth are professional advocates for our city: by highlighting the reasons you love living here you’ll bring more business into our community and succeed personally.

About the Position

The Sales Manager – Events role is a sales professional. Duluth has numerous venues and countless reasons to host events and you’ll be the person to drive that message home. Bringing in your B2B sales experience, combined with your knowledge and love of Duluth, you’ll find clients, negotiate terms, and bring the sale home (literally).

Duties

• Cultivate strong working relationships with event planners, sport associations, corporate market as well as the inbound/3rd party market
• Identify, develop, and maintain key accounts as well as foster new relationships and source new business to exceed revenue goals
• Identify and generate new sales opportunities and initiatives to drive event sales
• Increase venue and destination awareness within the market by conducting sales calls, familiarization tours, industry meetings, tradeshows, etc.
• Partner and network within industry organizations to develop strong relationships and obtain sales leads
• Prepare proposals and event budgets geared towards maximizing profit while fulfilling customer needs
• Negotiating and contract management
• Develop event site requests, proposals, contracts, event financial summaries, event pricing requests, and post event reports
• Manage sales pipeline via daily tracking/inputting and reporting
• Partner with local venues, hotels, and other institutions for the execution of the event
• Identify market trends to support management in strategic decision making
• Continuously expand knowledge of competition to ensure Visit Duluth’s placement in the event marketplace

Qualifications

• Bachelor’s in business or Sales/Marketing
• Minimum 5 years’ experience in Sales
• Demonstrated track-record of successfully selling and developing event programs
• Proven success in new business development, establishing strong client relationships and managing accounts
• Must have reliable transportation and able to conduct sales
• Ability to effectively prioritize and determine accurate product for customer need
• Strong computer skills, particularly with Microsoft 365

To Apply
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references anywhere this position is posted. The position will remain open until filled.

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https://www.indeed.com/job/sales-manager-75a187df3b87f872
• Employment type
Full-time

Contact: David Huntley - Human Resources Consultant

CHUM Director of Communications and Marketing

CHUM

Job Description: Director of Communications and Marketing

Exempt: Yes
Status: Full Time
Salary: $46,000 – $55,000 dependent on experience
Date: May 2022
Supervisor: Executive Director Approved by: Personnel Committee

CHUM is a 501(c)(3) organization in Duluth, MN, with the mission “People of faith, working together
to provide basic necessities, foster stable lives, and organize for a just and compassionate
community.” Over forty faith-based communities in Duluth are part of CHUM. Its core mission is to
provide social safety net services for people experiencing homelessness, poverty, and
marginalization. CHUM operates an Emergency Shelter, Family Shelter, Drop-in Center with a Health
and Wellness Clinic, Winter Warming Centers, Food Shelf, Street Outreach, and supportive services
for people living at the Steve O’Neil Apartments and the St. Francis Apartments. CHUM’s advocacy
focuses on policy and systems changes to help improve the lives of people who turn to CHUM for
services. In 2021, CHUM programs collectively served 7,385 unique individuals.

SUMMARY: Develops effective messaging and communication strategies that raise CHUM’s profile and
recognition throughout the community. Markets all of CHUM’s programs utilizing all forms of media,
including press releases and digital campaigns, print materials, social media, audio and video and
more. Creates or oversees the creation of promotional and informative materials for both internal
and external communication strategies. Provides technical assistance and support for the production
of all CHUM Special Events to increase the organization’s short and long-term financial and
programmatic goals.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES;
Communications
• Develop and implement CHUM’s annual communications and marketing plan. This includes
coordination of public relations activities, and the design and production of the agency’s website,
e-newsletters, annual reports, brochures, on-line giving portals, social media platforms and other
publicity materials. It also includes the communications needs of each CHUM department.
• Provide technical communication support to CHUM Departments.
• Maintain social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube) creating a schedule
of postings to highlight CHUM’s programs and activities
• Consult with executive management to develop effective communication procedures and policies
for various situations or crises
• Coordinate the writing, design, production and distribution of all promotional materials,
including video and other content for on-line platforms, as determined in the annual plan, or as
needed.
• Develop and maintain relationships with area media outlets and journalists.
• Coordinate all publicity activities, including press releases, press kits, media interviews,
and public speaking engagements related to CHUM’s programs, special initiatives and events.
• Draft press releases and speeches following organizational news
• Track public communication: i.e., social media, newspaper articles, radio & TV stories,
involving housing, homelessness and CHUM

Marketing
• Design strategy and innovative marketing campaigns to develop and grow CHUM’s social media
presence and interactions, promoting CHUM’s mission and programs to new audience segments utilizing
appropriate online platforms.
• Investigate the performance of CHUM’s marketing and social media campaign effectiveness
through key evaluative performance metrics.
• In collaboration with the Director of Development, develop and implement messaging in
support of Development strategy and campaigns.
• Establish and maintain relationships with new and existing supporters through networking and
prospecting.
• Create style guides and brand voice outlines for all CHUM departments

Special Events
• Provide technical support to the Director of Development, coordinating events including but not
limited to: the Rhubarb Festival, Outreach Dinner, and Holiday Concert.
• Provide technical support to the Congregational Outreach and Advocacy Coordinator, coordinating
events including but not limited to: Walk a Mile, National Night Out, Assemblies, Legislative Send
Off, JRLC and MCH Days on the Hill, and the Christmas Eve Vigil.
• Provide technical support to the Director of Distributive Services, coordinating events
including but not limited to: the March SHARE Food Drive, Volunteer Recognition Events, the Letter
Carrier’s Drive, Scouting for Hunger, and the Backpack Distribution event.
• Annually prepare an income and expense budget for CHUM Communications and Marketing
• Provide staff support to the Communications Committee and Special Events Committees.
• Contract with personnel/agencies as required to implement annual marketing and communications
plan.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Education and/or Experience: Bachelor’s degree (B.A.) in Communications, Journalism, English,
Marketing or related field; plus two to three years related experience and/or training; or
equivalent combination of education and experience. Proven effective experience in one or more of
the following areas: Social media, marketing, public relations. Computer skills, including
experience using word processing, donor data base, and design software.

Language Skills: Ability to read, analyze and interpret general periodicals, professional
journals, and professional texts. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, flyers,
brochures, articles and news releases. Knowledge of the Associated Press style guide. In-depth
knowledge of best writing and messaging practices for business correspondence, public relations,
advertising, marketing and social media. Ability to effectively present information and respond to
questions from donors, foundation representatives and the general public. Ability to speak in an
effective and compelling manner with individuals, organizations and media. Ability to portray the
work of CHUM in a faith-based context.

Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using
whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to
draw and interpret graphs. Intermediate level Excel.

Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete
variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety
of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Valid Minnesota Driver’s License. Proof of COVID-19
vaccinations and booster.

Other Skills and Abilities: Self-motivation, mediation/negotiation, compassion, listening skills.
Must be flexible, adaptable and resourceful. Competent in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel,
PowerPoint) and Google equivalents; graphic design and video editing software.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met
by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions:
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit. The
employee frequently is required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or
controls. The employee is required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, and talk or hear.
• The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move
up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the
ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those
an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions:
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works near moving mechanical
parts.
• The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Please send a cover letter and resume by e-mail to chum@chumduluth.org with “Director of
Communications and Marketing” in the subject line. Resumes will be reviewed as received and
the position will be open until filled. People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

Contact: John Cole

CHUM Eligibility and Compliance Speciality

CHUM

Job Description: Eligibility & Compliance Specialist

Exempt: No Date: May, 2022
Status: Full Time Supervisor: Stabilization Services Director
Salary: $18/hour Approved by: Executive Director

SUMMARY: To provide elders experiencing homelessness a supportive process towards qualifying for
and accessing permanent supportive housing at St. Francis Apartments.
Owned by St. Luke’s Hospital with services provided by CHUM, St. Francis Apartments follows Housing
First principles offering housing and services to people 55 years and older.

The Eligibility Specialist is responsible for performing all activities needed to lease up tenants
for St Francis Apartments, and also ensures their compliance with House Rules and Lease Agreements.
The ideal candidate must have the ability to work with homeless individuals professionally and
compassionately. The position requires confidence, an assertive manner and the setting of
professional boundaries. This specialist should be dependable, demonstrating honesty and integrity
while working independently without direct supervision, and must be able to work in a team
atmosphere, treating coworkers and tenants with courtesy and respect.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned:
● Understand and apply “Housing First” and “Harm Reduction” philosophies.
● Understand and correctly implement tenant selection criteria demonstrating a thorough
understanding of the funding matrix and the implications for residency.
● Meet agency benchmarks for occupancy, rent collections and timely compliance paperwork.
● Oversee activities to ensure rapid turnover of vacant apartments including applicant selection
process, inspections, rental payment, house rules, eviction process, and supportive services.
● Maintain excellent relations with tenants and service professionals, utilizing customer service
best practices
● Employ problem-solving and de-escalation techniques as needed.
● Maintain appropriate client records in accordance with federal, state, and local requirements,
including the HMIS system.
● Work closely with Site Manager and other community agencies in supporting tenants.
● Attend all job trainings and meetings.

JOB REQUIREMENTS
● Contact people referred from Coordinated Entry and discuss housing opportunity.
● Distribute housing application packet to potential applicants.
● Follow up on all applicants in a timely manner. Maintain waiting list.
● Verify completion of documentations to satisfy HUD and other grantor requirements
● Select and screen successful applicants. Collect security deposit.
● Arrange HRA unit inspections; inform St. Francis Apartment staff of potential move in.
● Conduct move-in/move-out unit inspections, and oversee unit preparations.
● Plan move in day with approved applicant.
● Perform lease up, get ROI signatures, and explain House Rules to new tenant.
● Complete initial matrix assessment with new tenants to determine barriers and goals.
● Enforce Lease, House Rules, government rules and regulations including Fair Housing laws,
building and safety regulations, health codes, and local ordinances
● Collect rents, documents financial transactions; coordinates with financial management
● Conduct regular unit inspections in accordance with Lease and House Rules.
● Accurately process tenant certifications in a timely manner.
● Inform Site Manager of any maintenance issues that comes to attention
● Participate in and follow up on room inspections with Service Provider
● Respond to tenant grievances and concerns by coordinating with Supportive Services Provider as
needed.
● Present lease violation recommendation to Adjudication Team
● Have knowledge of housing support plans created by Site Manager and Service Provider
● Process tenant appeals in compliance with all regulations
● Process eviction paperwork once Adjudication Team decides on that course of action
● Ensure departing tenants are properly moved out and all paperwork is completed.

EXPECTATIONS: CHUM has the following expectations of all volunteers and staff:
• Must be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 and provide proof of vaccination.
• Must treat all program participants with consideration and respect, regardless of their
behavior.
• Never use physical force or threats of violence. Must work well with police.
• Must not develop intimate personal relationship with any resident.
• Abide by the program rules and be a lawful citizen.
• Must pass criminal background check – no predatory types of offenses.
• Has ability to use independent judgment in working with individuals.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and
maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine and statistical reports
and correspondence.

Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply commonsense understanding to carry out instructions furnished
in written, oral, or diagram form.

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE:
Associate degree or equivalent, two years of experience in property management, business or real
estate, including leasing required. Has an ability to relate easily to people from a variety of
backgrounds. Can work in a team. Has an ability to keep accurate records in an organized manner.
Has an ability to work independently, without close supervision, also has an ability to work in
concert with other staff as part of a team. Has an ability to maintain strict client
confidentiality standards. Has a commitment to meeting needs of low-income and homeless people.
Knowledge or experience with low income & homeless populations preferred; lived experience of
homelessness is helpful. Has an understanding of mental illness and chemical addictions.
Professional training in trauma-informed practices is helpful. Working knowledge of Microsoft
Office, Outlook, and Excel. This person must pass and maintain Minnesota Background Study clearance
and should become trained and licensed for HMIS.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met
by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions:

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; use hands to
finger, handle, or feet objects, tools, or controls; talk or hear; and taste or smell. The employee
is required to stand; walk; reach with hands and arms; and stoop, kneel, or crouch.

The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up
to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision,
depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works in outside weather
conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate but busy.

Application Deadline:

Please send a cover letter and resume by e-mail to chum@chumduluth.org with “Eligibility
Specialist” in the subject line. Resumes will be reviewed as received and the position will be
open until filled. People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

Contact: John Cole

CHUM Office Assistant

CHUM

Job Description: Office Assistant

Exempt: No Date: May, 2022
Status: Full Time Supervisors: Office Manager; Development Dir.
Salary Level: $29,000 – $33,000 dependent on experience
Approved by: Personnel Committee

OVERVIEW: CHUM is a 501(c)(3) organization in Duluth, MN, with the mission “People of faith,
working together to provide basic necessities, foster stable lives, and organize for a just and
compassionate community.” Over forty faith-based communities in Duluth are part of CHUM. Its core
mission is to provide social safety net services for people experiencing homelessness, poverty, and
marginalization. CHUM operates an Emergency Shelter, Family Shelter, Drop-in Center with a Health
and Wellness Clinic, Winter Warming Centers, Food Shelf, Street Outreach, and supportive services
for people living at the Steve O’Neil Apartments and the St. Francis Apartments. CHUM’s advocacy
focuses on policy and systems changes to help improve the lives of people who turn to CHUM for
services. In 2021, CHUM programs collectively served 7,385 unique individuals.

SUMMARY: We are searching for a full time Office Assistant for CHUM’s Administrative team. This
individual will be interested in social justice and support the mission and goals of the
organization. Primary responsibilities will include being a welcoming presence, supporting
administrative operations, processing gifts and donations, data entry, financial donor
communications, and providing technical support to CHUM events. The ideal candidate will possess
excellent interpersonal communication and organizational skills, excellent writing and grammar, and
have experience in a variety of administrative functions, including proficiency in data entry.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Other duties may be assigned.

Administration
• Performing clerical work and provide interoffice support including receiving and processing
mail
• Greeting visitors to the office, ensuring guests comfort and connection with the right office
personnel
• Operating standard office equipment; answering phone calls, transferring callers as
appropriate
• Managing incoming and outgoing correspondence, including emails, faxes, mail and packages
• Collecting, filing, updating, and organizing office documents, such as employee packets,
department forms, reports, and confidential records
• Ordering repairs for office equipment and maintenance, connecting with and escorting vendors
• Open Mail in conjunction with the Office Manager
• Receive and process Deposits and Rents
• Data entry for online services billing
• Work with Finance Director to create and use an Excel spreadsheet to log in all checks and
cash received
• Assisting with accounts payable and accounts receivable, including simple bookkeeping and
banking tasks
• Monthly Shopping Departments, Office Supplies, & Inventory
• Provide technical support at CHUM special events and delegate assemblies
• Attend staff and committee meetings
• Provide backup coverage for Office Manager

Development
• Manage the timely acknowledgement of gifts and assure that all types of donations (cash,
pledges, grants, matching gifts, and planned gifts) are properly documented
• Ensure data integrity through accurate data entry and ongoing clean-up efforts
• Communicate with donors in person, on the phone, and by email
• Organize and distribute in-kind donations
• Provide technical support at all CHUM fundraising events (including some evenings and
weekends)

REQUIREMENTS
• At least two years of experience in an office environment
• Excellent communication skills and judgement with the ability to maintain privacy and
confidentiality
• Ability to create and maintain spreadsheets
• Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite; experience with donor databases and design software a
plus
• Proof of COVID-19 vaccination and booster

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Education and/or Experience: At least a high school diploma or GED plus a vocational diploma from a
business or office-management training program is expected. An associate or bachelor’s degree in
business administration or office management or communication is desired. At least 2 years’
experience in an office environment is a bonus.

Language Skills: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret business-level English. Ability to
understand reports and general business correspondence. Ability to effectively present information
and respond to questions from guests, the general public or funders.

Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using
whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to
draw and interpret graphs. Mastery of Excel. Proficiency in the principles and procedures of
bookkeeping and record-keeping; accuracy in accounting.

Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete
variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety
of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

Other Skills and Abilities: Familiarity with non-profits, research methods, data standards, and
databases. Interest in fundraising; self-motivation; must be flexible, adaptable and resourceful.
Ability and licensure to drive to run errands, pick up supplies, etc.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met
by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions:
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to talk, hear, stand, walk
and sit. The employee is occasionally required to: use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects,
tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell.
• The employee must lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50
pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the ability to
adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those
an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions:
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee may work from home and might need to
travel to various CHUM locations.
• The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to occasionally noisy.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Please send a cover letter and resume by e-mail to chum@chumduluth.org with “Office Assistant” in
the memo line. Applications will be reviewed as received and the position will be open until filled.
People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

Contact: John Cole

CHUM Office Manager

CHUM

Job Description: CHUM Office Manager

Exempt: Yes Date:  May, 2022

Status: Full time Supervisor: Executive Director

Salary Level: $36,000 – $42,000 dependent on experience

Approved by: Personnel Committee

CHUM is a 501(c)(3) organization in Duluth, MN, with the mission “People of faith, working together
to provide basic
necessities, foster stable lives, and organize for a just and compassionate community.” Over forty
faith-based communities in Duluth are part of CHUM. Its core mission is to provide social safety
net services for people experiencing homelessness, poverty, and marginalization. CHUM operates an
Emergency Shelter, Family Shelter, Drop-in Center with a Health and Wellness Clinic, Winter Warming
Centers, Food Shelf, Street Outreach, and supportive services for people living at the Steve O’Neil
Apartments and the St. Francis Apartments. CHUM’s advocacy focuses on policy and systems changes to
help improve the lives of people who turn to CHUM for services. In 2021, CHUM programs collectively
served 7,385 unique individuals.

SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Office Manager executes
administrative functions related to the management of CHUM and is responsible for organizational
duties that keep the central office operating efficiently.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned:

Receptionist:
• Serves as agency’s receptionist to program volunteers, program staff, and the general public
by responding to phone and in-person contacts.
• Acts as point of first contact for those seeking CHUM services. Administrative:
• Schedules appointments, gives information to callers, reads and routes incoming mail, and
performs other

administrative and clerical duties as assigned.
• Maintains central filing and supply, integrating electronic and paper records of the agency.
• Maintains an inventory of office and program supplies; manages procurement.
• Operates and maintains office equipment.
• Prepares memorandums outlining and explaining procedures and policies to employees as
requested.
• Participates in relevant continuing education activities.
• Supervises the processing of donations Program Support:
• Composes/proofreads, and types (word processing) correspondence, memos, grants, reports,
minutes and program reports. Provides secretarial/editing support for programs.
• Plans and prepares for meetings and conferences.
• Supervises and utilizes volunteers as needed.
• Organizes CHUM’s neighborhood picnic for National Night Out (first Tuesday of August).
• Organizes CHUM’s Head of the Lakes United Way employee campaign (in September).
• Organizes the monthly supply order for CHUM departments; manages procurement on-line and in
person

Governance Support:
• Acts as recorder for meetings of the Board of Directors, Delegate Assembly, the Finance
committee, and other groups, as requested by the Executive Director. Completes official records with assistance of
Board Secretary.
• Acts as custodian of corporate documents and records.
• Serves as a liaison between Board, office, and others in the organization as requested.

Financial Support:
• Receives cash and checks; prepares bank deposits, takes deposits to bank as needed.
• Assists Financial Manager with tracking and preparing grant and contract billings
• Manages Employee Time Station operations; prepares bimonthly reports for payroll
• Back-up processor for payroll.
• Oversees money at CHUM fundraisers e.g. Rhubarb Festival, CHUM Dinner, and the Holiday Concert

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:

Education and/or Experience: An associate or bachelor’s degree in office management from college
or technical school; or at least three years office administrative, customer service, or other
related role experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. At
least 5 years’ experience in an office environment is a bonus. People of color are strongly
encouraged to apply.

Language Skills: Ability to read and interpret documents such as instructions, business
correspondence and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability
to speak effectively before groups of customers, volunteers or employees of organization.

Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using
whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent.
Understanding of basic bookkeeping and accounting. Mastery of Excel. Proficiency in record-keeping
and accuracy in accounting desired.

Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply commonsense understanding and judgment to carry out
instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form. Ability to deal with problems involving
several concrete variables in standardized situations.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Valid Minnesota Driver’s License. Proof of COVID-19
Vaccinations and Booster.

Other Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of general office procedures and equipment. Proficient in
computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite. Knowledge of CHUM procedures and guidelines.
Ability to perform work without close supervision while maintaining work standards of the
organization. Effective interaction with co- workers and the general public. Ability to handle
confidential information relating to client, employee or agency information. Commitment to CHUM
mission and programs. Ability and licensure to drive to run errands, pick up supplies, etc.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met
by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions:
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit; use hands
to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. The employee is
occasionally required to stand, walk, and reach with hands and arms.
• The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move
up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision,
and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those
an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions:
• The work in this job is generally performed indoors in an office setting. While performing the
duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to chemicals or fumes from electronic
stencil machine, toner or other office equipment and supplies.
• The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:
Please send a cover letter and resume by e-mail to chum@chumduluth.org with “Office Manager” in the
subject line. Resumes will be reviewed as received and the position will be open until filled.
People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

Contact: John Cole

Behavior Technician

Caravel Autism Health Duluth - Hermantown

Do you want a career that makes a difference? Do you want to change lives? You can – one child at a time. Caravel Autism Health is looking for caring, compassionate, mentor-minded people that want to teach kids to thrive. At Caravel, your work truly makes a difference!

As a Behavior Technician, you will interact with children on the autism spectrum. We utilize a results-oriented approach called applied behavior analysis (ABA therapy), which involves observing how our clients react to their environment and how they respond to people around them. You will engage these special children in fun activities to help build their skills and social awareness and document their progress.

This position is ideal for people who are natural caregivers, individuals who have a passion or interest in preschool teaching, teaching assistant, daycare, early childhood education, and care for individuals with special needs. This is a great role for people who are looking to advance their careers in occupational therapy, speech therapy, physical therapy, behavior-based therapy, and other psychology specialties. No experience is required and we provide paid training.

Benefits offered to all employees include:
•Competitive Compensation
•Paid Training Program & Professional Development Opportunities
•Paid Travel When Applicable

Additional benefits for qualifying employees include:
•Medical & Dental Coverage
•401(k) available

We look for individuals who:
•Display a fun and creative personality
•Possess a strong work ethic
•Must be 18 years old or older
•GED/HS diploma
•Reliable transportation and proof of auto insurance

• Must be fully vaccinated (COVID-19) two weeks prior to start date.

Caravel Autism Health is an equal opportunity employer and service provider. M/F/D/V

Contact: Zachary Campbell

Design Engineer

Vishay

Vishay manufactures one of the world’s largest portfolios of discrete semiconductors and passive electronic components that are essential to innovative designs in the automotive, industrial, computing, consumer, telecommunications, military, aerospace, and medical markets. We help the world’s most in-demand technologies come to life. Every day our products touch your life and the lives of people across the world, though you likely do not know it. Come join us and help us build The DNA of tech.™

Where You’ll Work & The Scope:

Vishay Duluth, Minnesota, is seeking a full-time Design Engineer responsible for supporting new product introduction (NPI) initiatives including prototype-to-production transition, manufacturing process development, test process development, and material and configuration management.

How You’ll Help Us Build the DNA of Tech:

Evaluate customer specifications and convert requirements into internal specifications.
Design of space grade magnetic components (inductors & transformers).
Develop manufacturing processes.
Work with manufacturing and engineering teams to optimize processes for manufacturability, cost, and quality.
Design and build test equipment, utilize CAD tools to design and fabricate PCBAs, tooling and fixtures.
Perform product testing, analyze test data, and publish test reports.
Engineering documentation management (engineering change orders, chemical approvals, receiving inspection, etc.,).
Training of production operators on new products.
Production line support for legacy products.
Use knowledge of internal standards and processes for quoting cost and lead times for new business development.

Experience You’ll Need:

B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering
0 – 5 years of experience in electrical engineering based product development
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Ability to communicate effectively
Ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously

Benefits:

Health, Dental, & Vision Insurance
401(k)
Paid Time Off
Employee Assistance Programs
Tuition Reimbursement

This position requires access to information subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and/or the Export Administration Regulations. As such, this position is open only to applicants who qualify as “U.S. Persons” according to U.S. federal law.

Vishay offers a comprehensive suite of benefit programs including health care coverage, financial support programs and other resources designed to help you achieve your personal and professional goals. With us, you’ll experience unique career paths, an open and collaborative culture, a stable business that will be there for you, and opportunities to work globally and locally. Do you have the skills we need? Are you ready to power your career as you power the world? If so, apply today.

Vishay is an AAP and Equal Opportunity Employer

Contact: Vishay

Marketing Planner

Essentia Health

Job Description:
Responsible for the development and implementation of marketing programs, strategies and tactics for assigned specialties within Essentia Health. Working in close collaboration with administrators and section chairs, responsibilities include: Organizing the marketing efforts for assigned specialties including recommendations of program and service development based upon market trends; working collaboratively to ensure that program development and enhancements meet customer needs and goals; providing internal expertise to marketing, marketing research and public relations colleagues to implement specific tactics to ensure continuity in development of marketing plans; and developing the relationships required to represent the specialties to internal and external customers.

Work Experience: 3 years’ experience in business development or marketing including development and implementation of marketing plans.

Education Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in marketing, business, communications, or other related field.

This is a work from home position. Must live within driving distance of Duluth, MN.

Apply online at https://essentiahealth.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/Essentia_Health/job/Duluth-MN/Marketing-Planner–10-FTE-_R037062

Contact: Kathy Sell

Production Supervisor

Vishay

Vishay manufactures one of the world’s largest portfolios of discrete semiconductors and passive electronic components that are essential to innovative designs in the automotive, industrial, computing, consumer, telecommunications, military, aerospace, and medical markets. We help the world’s most in-demand technologies come to life. Every day our products touch your life and the lives of people across the world, though you likely do not know it. Come join us and help us build The DNA of tech.™

Where You’ll Work & The Scope:

Vishay Duluth, MN is seeking a full-time Production Supervisor to oversee activities in production area to meet production goals, quality, and cost objectives. Implements production schedule based on product introduction, equipment efficiency, and materials supply. Administers procedures and follows budget. Maintains schedules and manpower requirements for assigned area. Generally supervises direct and indirect labor such as operators, assemblers, and other hourly and non-exempt employees to ensure the efficient operation of the function.

How You’ll Help Us Build the DNA of Tech:
•Direct supervision of production process and personnel
•Monitor, evaluate, and interpret data to ensure process integrity and specification compliance
•Monitor and maintain production schedules to ensure they are being met
•Monitor and control operation of production equipment
•Compile and enter production data records
•Train and develop production staff regarding policies, procedures, and job-related responsibilities
•Provide accurate and specific data and input to production support departments and personnel

Experience You’ll Need:
•Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical, industrial, electrical, or manufacturing engineering, or business-related discipline or a high school diploma with applicable job-related training and experience in combination with safety and hazardous materials awareness training
•Minimum of 5 years of supervisory experience in manufacturing or related area with a strong technical background in production equipment operations
•Proficient with Microsoft office suite.
•Excellent problem-solving skills

•Strong communication and interpersonal skills

Benefits:
•Health, Dental, & Vision Insurance
•401(k)
•Paid Time Off
•Employee Assistance Programs
•Tuition Reimbursement

This position requires access to information subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and/or the Export Administration Regulations. As such, this position is open only to applicants who qualify as “U.S. Persons” according to U.S. federal law.

Vishay offers a comprehensive suite of benefit programs including health care coverage, financial support programs and other resources designed to help you achieve your personal and professional goals. With us, you’ll experience unique career paths, an open and collaborative culture, a stable business that will be there for you, and opportunities to work globally and locally. Do you have the skills we need? Are you ready to power your career as you power the world? If so, apply today.

Vishay is an AAP and Equal Opportunity Employer

Contact: Vishay

Production Scheduler

Vishay

Vishay manufactures one of the world’s largest portfolios of discrete semiconductors and passive electronic components that are essential to innovative designs in the automotive, industrial, computing, consumer, telecommunications, military, aerospace, and medical markets. We help the world’s most in-demand technologies come to life. Every day our products touch your life and the lives of people across the world, though you likely do not know it. Come join us and help us build The DNA of tech.™

Where You’ll Work & The Scope:

Vishay Duluth, MN is currently seeking a full-time Production Coordinator/Planner responsible for planning a variety of production schedules, labor loading and capacity requirements.

How You’ll Help Us Build the DNA of Tech:
•Coordinates expediting activities with production and purchasing
•Expedites orders at customer request
•Reviews and confirms new sales orders and production plans
•Helps to establish, coordinate, and maintain manufacturing lead times
•Backup Planner for other facilities
•Other duties as assigned

The Experience You’ll Need:
•Degree in a business related field and/or combination of schooling and experience in a manufacturing environment
•2+ years previous planning experience in a manufacturing environment preferred
•SAP/Epicor/Vantage experience preferred
•Strong computer skills in Word, Excel (Intermediate level) and Outlook
•Strong written and verbal communication skills along with problem solving skills
•Ability to work with different functional areas (Engineering, Operations, Purchasing and Sales)
•Must be detail-oriented and have the ability to work in a fast paced and constantly changing environment
•Occasional travel may be required

This position requires access to information subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and/or the Export Administration Regulations. As such, this position is open only to applicants who qualify as “U.S. Persons” according to U.S. federal law.

Vishay offers a comprehensive suite of benefit programs including health care coverage, financial support programs and other resources designed to help you achieve your personal and professional goals. With us, you’ll experience unique career paths, an open and collaborative culture, a stable business that will be there for you, and opportunities to work globally and locally. Do you have the skills we need? Are you ready to power your career as you power the world? If so, apply today.

Vishay is an AAP and Equal Opportunity Employer

Contact: Vishay

Engineering Assistant

Vishay

Help us build the DNA of tech.

Vishay manufactures one of the world’s largest portfolios of discrete semiconductors and passive electronic components that are essential to innovative designs in the automotive, industrial, computing, consumer, telecommunications, military, aerospace, and medical markets. We help the world’s most in-demand technologies come to life. Every day our products touch your life and the lives of people across the world, though you likely do not know it. Come join us and help us build The DNA of tech.™

Where You’ll Work & The Scope:

Vishay Duluth, Minnesota, is currently seeking a full-time Engineering Assistant responsible for assisting the Engineering Department with technical documentation management.

How You’ll Help Us Build The DNA of Tech:
•Set up and validate parts in the documentation system
•Enter and verify Bills of Materials from quotes and engineering parts lists
•Assist with the development of production processes
•Assist with engineering change order (ECOs).
•Organize and maintain electronic and hardcopy print storage
•Assist engineering with customer quotes

The Experience You’ll Need:
•Degree/Certification and/or 1+ years’ experience with business office related duties.
•Proficient PC skills (MS Windows, Excel, Word, and Outlook)
•Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills
•Ability to multi-task and pay close attention to detail
•Experience with MRP and PLM systems highly desirable
•Experience with engineering CAD tools highly desirable

This position requires access to information subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and/or the Export Administration Regulations. As such, this position is open only to applicants who qualify as “U.S. Persons” according to U.S. federal law.

Vishay offers a comprehensive suite of benefit programs including health care coverage, financial support programs and other resources designed to help you achieve your personal and professional goals. With us, you’ll experience unique career paths, an open and collaborative culture, a stable business that will be there for you, and opportunities to work globally and locally. Do you have the skills we need? Are you ready to power your career as you power the world? If so, apply online today at:

https://jobs.vishay.com/job/Duluth-Engineering-Assistant-MN-55701/685908201/

Vishay is an AAP and Equal Opportunity Employer

Contact: Laura jones

Process Engineering Technician

Vishay

Help us build the DNA of tech.

Vishay manufactures one of the world’s largest portfolios of discrete semiconductors and passive electronic components that are essential to innovative designs in the automotive, industrial, computing, consumer, telecommunications, military, aerospace, and medical markets. We help the world’s most in-demand technologies come to life. Every day our products touch your life and the lives of people across the world, though you likely do not know it. Come join us and help us build The DNA of tech.™

Do you want to be a part of the critical infrastructure in today’s growing technology? Vishay Duluth, Minnesota, is seeking a full-time Process Engineering Technician responsible for supporting new product introduction development and manufacturing for magnetics and legacy product lines.

Responsibilities:
•Perform testing on products including radiographic inspection (non-destructive testing).
•Review test data and enter information into reports
•Fabricate electrical and mechanical test equipment such as test harnesses, fixtures, and other tools used to test products.
•Assist manufacturing team with process improvements and production issues.
•Engineering documentation management (engineering change orders, chemical approvals, receiving inspection, etc.,)
•Training of Production Operators on new products
•Production line support for legacy products
•Other duties as assigned

Requirements:
•Associate’s degree in electronics engineering technology or equivalent
•Ability to solder, read electrical schematics, and familiarity with basic test equipment such as power supplies, function generators, and oscilloscopes
•Working knowledge of Microsoft Office products
•Ability to work independently and as part of a team
•Ability to communicate effectively
•7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

This position requires access to information subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and/or the Export Administration Regulations. As such, this position is open only to applicants who qualify as “U.S. Persons” according to U.S. federal law.

Vishay offers a comprehensive suite of benefit programs including health care coverage, financial support programs and other resources designed to help you achieve your personal and professional goals. With us, you’ll experience unique career paths, an open and collaborative culture, a stable business that will be there for you, and opportunities to work globally and locally. Do you have the skills we need? Are you ready to power your career as you power the world? If so, apply online today at:

https://jobs.vishay.com/job/Duluth-Process-Engineering-Technician-MN-55701/667596501/

Vishay is an AAP and Equal Opportunity Employer

Contact: Laura Jones

Production Operator

Vishay

Help us build the DNA of tech.

Scope: Vishay Duluth, MN is current seeking Production Operators & Assemblers responsible for performing assembly functions in the production of electronic devices (components, subassemblies, etc.) in a clean, climate-controlled environment.

How You’ll Help Us Build The DNA of Tech:
•Work in a clean and safe environment
•Strong attention to detail
•Self-motivated
•Ability to read and follow detailed instructions

Requirements:
•Full Time Days 7:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday
•History of excellent attendance and dependability

Vishay offers consistent hours and opportunities for overtime. Promotional opportunities available within the first year of employment.

This position requires access to information subject to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and/or the Export Administration Regulations. As such, this position is open only to applicants who qualify as “U.S. Persons” according to U.S. federal law.

Vishay offers a comprehensive suite of benefit programs including health care coverage, financial support programs and other resources designed to help you achieve your personal and professional goals. With us, you’ll experience unique career paths, an open and collaborative culture, a stable business that will be there for you, and opportunities to work globally and locally.

Do you have the skills we need? Are you ready to power your career as you power the world? If so, apply online today:

www.vishaycareers.com

Vishay is an AAP and Equal Opportunity Employer

Contact: Laura Jones

CHUM Grant Writer

CHUM

Job Description: Grant Writer
Exempt: Yes
Supervisor: Executive Director
Date: January 27, 2022
Prepared by: John Cole

Salary Level: $45,000 – $55,000, dependent on experience
Approved by: Personnel Committee

OVERVIEW: CHUM is people of faith working together to provide basic necessities, foster stable
lives, and organize for a just and compassionate community. Forty-four faith-based communities in
Duluth are part of CHUM. The core mission of the organization is to provide social safety net for
people experiencing homelessness, poverty, and marginalization. CHUM operates an Emergency Shelter,
Family Shelter, Drop-in Center with a Health and Wellness Clinic, Winter Warming Centers, Food
Shelf, Street Outreach, and supportive services for people living at the Steve O’Neil Apartments
and the St. Francis Apartments. CHUM’s advocacy focuses on policy and systems changes to help
improve the lives of people who turn to CHUM for services. In 2020, CHUM programs served 7,284
unique individuals.

SUMMARY: Reporting to and working in close collaboration with the Executive Director, the grant
writer is responsible for requests made to local foundations, and county, state, and federal
funding sources that equate to about $2 million in revenue. CHUM is a comprehensive agency
providing services related to issues such as housing, food access, community organizing, and
chaplaincy. The successful applicant must be able to understand, articulate, and synthesize these
operations to funders. Further, CHUM is a forward-thinking and innovative organization passionately
committed to providing social service in a manner which is informed by historic and contemporary
forms of marginalization (such as racism, homophobia, and patriarchy). We seek a grant writer who
is attuned to these struggles and committed to utilizing grant funding as a way to promote this
work. CHUM is seeking a motivated individual who is able to work with minimal oversight and who is
able to set goals, meet deadlines, and play an important role in the development of CHUM’s vital
services.
• The successful candidate will be able to craft funding proposals and related budgets in a
clear and compelling manner.
• Excellent writing, analytical, and research skills are essential, with mastery of Microsoft
Office Word and Excel.
• Candidates must be self-motivated, detail-oriented, and highly-organized, and have experience
using online databases and other resources essential to institutional fundraising.
• Candidates must possess an ability to work well under pressure, meet and exceed deadlines, and
the ability to seek and synthesize information and communicate in a compelling and succinct form.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following, with other duties as assigned:
• Developing and writing grant proposals to foundations and other grant-making organizations,
persuasively communicating the organization’s mission and programs to potential funders;
• Assembling and submitting grant letters of inquiry, proposals, budgets and reports;
• Establishing and maintaining relationships with philanthropic institutions;
• Maintaining our SalesForce grant and donation management database for project management
ensuring timely submission of letters of inquiry, proposal deadlines, and reports;
• Prioritizing projects to keep multiple projects moving in a timely manner, meet deadlines and
manage supplemental material required for proposals.

QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Education and/or Experience: Bachelor’s Degree, plus at least 2 years experience in institutional
fundraising.
People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.

Language Skills: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret professional periodicals and governmental
regulations. Ability to write proposals, reports and general business correspondence. Ability to
effectively present information and respond to questions from funders.

Mathematical Skills: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using
whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to
draw and interpret graphs. Mastery of Excel. Ability to construct budgets and financial reports
required for institutional fundraising.

Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete
variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety
of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

Other Skills and Abilities: Self motivation; must be flexible, adaptable and resourceful.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met
by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions:
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is required to talk, hear, stand, walk
and sit. The employee is occasionally required to: use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects,
tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and taste or smell.
• The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds and occasionally lift and/or
move up to 40 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision and the
ability to adjust focus.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those
an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions:
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee may work from home and might need to
travel to various CHUM locations.
• The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate to occasionally noisy.

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Please send a cover letter and resume by e-mail to chum@chumduluth.org with “Grant Writer” in the
subject line. Resumes will be reviewed as received and the position will be open until filled.

Contact: John Cole

Youth Program Support - AmeriCorps Member

Duluth Area Family YMCA

Apply on our Website https://www.duluthymca.org/tnac/serve

Position Summary

As a Youth Development AmeriCorps Member with True North AmeriCorps, you will help schools and community-based programs respond to unmet needs of their students. Service could include several tasks such as check ins, social emotional skill building, enrichment programming, and more.

You can serve in a part time (15-25 hours per week) or full-time capacity (35 hours per week) beginning September 1, 2022 with rolling enrollment dates, and ending in June or August of 2023.

This is an AmeriCorps service position. AmeriCorps members come from a wide variety of backgrounds and interests- we celebrate diversity and encourage all who are interested to apply!

Benefits

Monthly income of up to $1,630 (pre-tax)

Free individual YMCA membership

Up to $6,495 towards tuition or students loans

Members over 55 can transfer this to a child or grandchild

Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment

Professional development, networking, and mentoring

Free Individual Health, Dental, & Vision Insurance — (full time)

Child Care Assistance — Based on Family Size and Income (full time)

What It Takes

Great members are those with the desire to help our communities and our kids. Come as you are, we’ll provide the training you need! That said, you will need to meet the following minimum qualifications by the time you begin your service:

18 years of age or older by your start date.

High school diploma or GED equivalent by your start date.

Must be either a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States.

Able to pass the pre-service background check process.

Prior offenses may not be an automatic disqualification.

Want To Learn More?

Visit https://www.duluthymca.org/tnac/serve to view the position description and apply.

Have Questions?

We’d love to hear from you! Contact: Kellsey at kfirehammer@duluthymca.org or call 218-722-4745×147

About Our Organization

The Duluth Area Family YMCA has hosted the True North AmeriCorps program since 2003. The mission of the Duluth Area Family YMCA is to put the principles of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. Everyone is welcome at the Y, which serves a diverse population across the lifespan by “building strong kids, strong families and strong communities.” We accomplish this through a wide variety of quality programs for all ages while focusing mainly on children and youth. The Y serves three crucial areas of focus to help individuals, families, and communities to learn, grow, and thrive: youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.

The Duluth Area Family YMCA will not discriminate for or against any AmeriCorps service member or applicant on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, familial status, disability, sexual orientation, age, or any other category protected by law. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request. This document is available in alternative formats.

Apply on our Website https://www.duluthymca.org/tnac/serve

Contact: Kellsey Firehammer

Education Manager

Glensheen

Glensheen is the #1 house museum in the Midwest by attendance, attracting more than 120,000 visitors annually. In addition to the 39-room mansion, the estate includes a carriage house, gardener’s cottage, boathouse, and 12 acres on the shores of Lake Superior. Glensheen is considered one of the most complete house museum collections in the country. Tours are offered year-round. Glensheen’s event space is available for weddings, corporate gatherings, and venue rentals. Glensheen has 15 permanent staff and more than 75 students employed annually. Glensheen is located within the Chancellor’s Unit at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

The position of Education Manager reports directly to the Director of Glensheen and is responsible for the education and interpretive programs of the estate. This includes the development of tours, coordinating interpretation planning and implementation, development of exhibits, and creation of educational experiences for use on the estate and in the classroom. Program development should incorporate interdisciplinary methods, and the Education Manager shall possess the ability to be curious and collaborative in their approach, with a creative and playful twist. This position will supervise one full-time staff member and approximately 30 student workers.

This position supports the Glensheen Advisory Council.

Essential Functions:
Interpretation & Tours (65%)
• Develops, designs, and implements an interpretive plan to guide tour operations and the estate’s interpretive program. Continually refine and optimize the plan utilizing evaluation and measurement tools.
• Lead, hire, train, schedule, and supervise staff in the execution of hospitality and tour operations. This may include self-guided and guided options. Cultivate a sense of friendliness, helpfulness, playfulness, knowledge and competence while seeking out opportunities to enhance engagement experiences with guests.
• Collaborate with the Marketing Manager to develop and implement a marketing strategy for tour offerings.
• Review, design, and install interpretive signage throughout the estate to be accurate and within Glensheen brand standards. Collaborate with the Marketing Manager during the design process.
• Coordinate reviews of and updates to the Glensheen Field Manual.
• Collaborate with colleagues on the creation and implementation of enhancements for tours and signature events.

Education Program (20%)
• Develops, designs, and implements an education program by incorporating interdisciplinary methods to share the story of Glensheen and the Congdons in an engaging and inspirational way. Continually refine and optimize the program utilizing evaluation and measurement tools. This includes the delivery of programs on the estate and in community spaces such as classrooms, community centers, libraries, and other public or private spaces.
• Incorporate academic standards and youth program merit requirements with offerings to support educators and leaders in curriculum planning.
• Lead, schedule, and train staff in the delivery of education programs.
• Engage with and cultivate audiences to support the development and delivery of education programs.
• Collaborate with the Marketing Manager to develop, design, and implement a marketing strategy for education programs. Continually refine and optimize the strategy utilizing evaluation and measurement tools.
• Work in collaboration with the Director and Associate Director to develop budgets for new initiatives; track expenses to ensure program budgets stay within annual allowances.

Exhibits (10%)
• Develops, designs, and implements an exhibits strategy to enhance the guest experience with temporary and traveling exhibits. Topics and themes should align with the interpretive plan and education program goals. Incorporate evaluation tools to refine and optimize the strategy. Consult with Glensheen colleagues, the University, and community partners during the process.
• Direct and coordinate the work of students and vendors in the exhibit development process.
• Collaborate with the Marketing Manager to develop a marketing strategy for exhibits.

Other Duties as Assigned (5%)
• Serve in the role of Manager on Duty in rotation with other managers. This may include weekend, evening, and holiday shifts on occasion.
• Ability to fill in for hospitality roles, events, and other frontline duties as necessary.

Qualifications
Required Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree in art history, museum studies, history or related fields and 2 years of museum operations experience; or a combination of related education and work experience to equal six years.
• Strong written and verbal communication skills
• Position involves comparing, verifying, and reconciling data to help the department achieve overall objectives.
• Experience in a supervisory role or leading project teams.

Preferred Qualifications
• Experience in leading tours or interpretive programs for diverse audiences
• Demonstrated success in creating engaging content
• Ability to be a self-starter and work independently
• Ability to collaborate within a team and with internal and external colleagues and stakeholders
• Basic computer skills

Hourly Wage Start: $20.80

About the Department
Glensheen is the #1 house museum in the Midwest by attendance, attracting more than 120,000 visitors annually. In addition to the 39-room mansion, the estate includes a carriage house, gardener’s cottage, boathouse, and 12 acres on the shores of Lake Superior. Glensheen is considered one of the most complete house museum collections in the country. Tours are offered year-round. Glensheen’s event space is available for weddings, corporate gatherings, and venue rentals. Glensheen has 15 permanent staff and more than 75 students employed annually. Glensheen is located within the Chancellor’s Unit at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

How To Apply
Applications must be submitted online. To be considered for this position, search for Job Opening 346573 and click the Apply button and follow the instructions. You will be given the opportunity to complete an online application for the position and attach the required documents: Cover Letter, Resume, and a Diversity Philosophy Statement (a brief personal statement – no more than one page – detailing the applicant’s affirmative action, equal opportunity, and diversity/inclusion philosophy).

Additional documents may be attached after application by accessing your “My Job Applications” page and uploading documents in the “My Cover Letters and Attachments” section. Required documents as stated above include: Cover Letter, Resume, and a Diversity Philosophy Statement (a brief personal statement – no more than one page – detailing the applicant’s affirmative action, equal opportunity, and diversity/inclusion philosophy).

To request an accommodation during the application process, please e-mail employ@umn.edu or call (612) 624-UOHR (8647).

If you have started receiving retirement annuity payments from the Minnesota State Retirement System (MSRS) or Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) your eligibility for this position may be impacted. Please contact the Office of Human Resources Benefits at 1-800-756-2363 for more information.

The University of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer. Veterans and individuals from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply.

***Smoking and chewing tobacco and the use of electronic cigarettes is prohibited on all UMD property, including indoor facilities, campus grounds and University vehicles.***

Job Open: March 7, 2022

Job Close: March 23, 2022

Diversity
The University recognizes and values the importance of diversity and inclusion in enriching the employment experience of its employees and in supporting the academic mission. The University is committed to attracting and retaining employees with varying identities and backgrounds.

The University of Minnesota provides equal access to and opportunity in its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. To learn more about diversity at the U: http://diversity.umn.edu.

Employment Requirements
Any offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check. Our presumption is that prospective employees are eligible to work here. Criminal convictions do not automatically disqualify finalists from employment.

Please note: All employees at the University of Minnesota are required to comply with
the University’s Administrative Policy: COVID-19 Vaccination and Safety
Protocol by either providing proof of being fully vaccinated on their first
day of employment, or complete a request for an exemption for medical
exemption or religious reasons. To learn more please visit:
https://safe-campus.umn.edu/return-campus/get-the-vax

About the U of M

University of Minnesota, Duluth (UMD)

The University of Minnesota, Duluth (UMD) consistently ranks among the top Midwestern, regional universities in U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” issue.

Overlooking Lake Superior, UMD provides an alternative to both large research and small liberal arts environments and attracts students looking for a personalized learning experience on a medium-sized campus of a major university. A firm liberal arts foundation anchors a variety of traditional degree programs, as well as professional and graduate students that draw on UMD’s many research institutes and labs.

Working at the University
At the University of Minnesota, you’ll find a flexible work environment and supportive colleagues who are interested in lifelong learning. We prioritize work-life balance, allowing you to invest not only in the future of your career but also in your life outside of work.

The University also offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
• Competitive wages, paid holidays, vacation and sick leave
• Continuous learning opportunities through professional training and degree-seeking programs supported by the Regents Scholarship
• Low-cost medical, dental, and pharmacy plans
• Healthcare and dependent daycare flexible spending accounts
• University HSA contributions
• Excellent retirement plans with employer match
• Disability and employer-paid life insurance
• Wellbeing program for reduced insurance premiums
• Student loan forgiveness opportunity
• Financial counseling services
• Employee Assistance Program with eight sessions of counseling at no cost

For more information regarding benefits, please visit the Office of Human Resources website.

Contact: Melissa Maki

Supported Family Time Supervisor

Lincoln Park Children and Families Collaborative

$16.50 an hour
Part-time with the ​option to go Full-time

The Supported Family Time Program​ provides supervised visitation services that may include parent coaching and transportation. The work of the Supported Family Time Staff is to monitor interactions during visits, objectively report out, and create a safe environment for families to spend time together.

Hours:
-Flexible hours
-Looking for possible part-time contractors and full-time employees
-Looking for staff interested in transportation services
-Visits happen 7 days a week, whenever works for all parties​

Required Qualifications:
-Minimum Requirements
-High school diploma or equivalent with a minimum of five years’ experience dealing with youth issues such as physical and sexual abuse, neglect, chemical dependency.
OR An Associate’s degree in social work, psychology, or a similar field and a minimum of two years​ experience.
OR A Bachelor’s degree in social work, psychology, or a similar field and six months of experience is preferred.
-A valid driver’s license, acceptable driving record, and a Motor Vehicle Check.
-Successfully meet the requirements of a background check.
-Communication, crisis intervention, and problem-solving skills.
-Understanding of child protection issues.
-Training or employment experience in physical abuse, sexual abuse, neglect, chemical dependency, mandated reporting and parenting skills are desired. Training/experience may have been obtained in a volunteer setting, school field placement, or through own parenting experience.

Contact: Jodi Broadwell

Small Business Consultant

Northland Foundation

The Northland Small Business Development Center is seeking to contract with a Small Business Consultant who will assist business owners/managers and aspiring entrepreneurs to successfully start, manage, and grow their businesses. The consultant will also work directly with clients, consulting, and documenting services and outcomes.

Specific Duties
• Provide direct client consulting assistance.
• Guide entrepreneurs to achieve their business goals and build business management skills.
• Evaluate new venture (start-up) and business expansion plans.
• Evaluate and assist with preparation of clients’ business plans.
• Provide technical assistance around business startup including incorporation options and registering with the Office of the Secretary of State and IRS.
• Prepare business loan packaging, financial analysis, and marketing plans using MN SBDC tools.
• Maintain client files including required MN SBDC records.
• Maintain required client reporting in designated database system (Neoserra).
• Research and develop materials necessary for client needs.
• Represent and promote the regional SBDC and the MN SBDC network.

Preferred Qualifications
• At least three years of experience in business management and/or financial business analysis including the ability to interpret financial statements and lead a client through cash flow planning & forecasting.
• Excellent written and oral communication skills.
• Experience working with diverse populations.
• Strong oral and written communications skills.
• Comfort working with Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) and video conferencing (Zoom).
• A demonstrated track record of successful financial management with small businesses or working with small business owners.
• A passion for small business and a desire to help empower entrepreneurs in achieving success.

APPLY
If interested, we ask for the following:
1. In the body of an email, please write up to three paragraphs (about 3-7 sentences in each paragraph) telling us why you are interested in and about your qualifications for the position. You will not receive more or less consideration because of a longer or shorter email.
2. Attach your resume to the email or share a link to your LinkedIn profile, if you have one.
3. Please send your email to Julie Weisgerber: julie@northlandfdn.org.

Application Deadline: March 8, 2022

The Northland Foundation is a regional foundation serving the seven-county region of northeastern Minnesota and is host of the Northland Minnesota Small Business Development Center (SBDC). The SBDC operates under the Minnesota Small Business Development Center ( MN SBDC) Network. The SBDC is a program sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development (DEED), and sponsoring host organizations and partners. The Minnesota SBDC is part of a nationwide network of SBDC offices organized as the Association of SBDCs (ASBDC) known as America’s SBDC. The primary mission of the Minnesota SBDC is to support economic development in the state by providing technical assistance (professional business consultation and education) in the start-up, successful operation, and expansion of small businesses within the state’s small business community. The SBDC is funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration, Minnesota Department of Employment and Economic Development and regional support partners. All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the program sponsors. Programs are open to the public on a nondiscriminatory basis. Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made if requested at least two weeks in advance. Northland Foundation is an equal opportunity em

Contact: Julie Weisgerber

Marketing Manager

Glensheen

Overview:
The position of Marketing Manager reports directly to the Director of Glensheen and is responsible for marketing and communications of the estate. This includes coordinating all digital and print marketing, managing social media platforms, and providing timely communications regarding Glensheen news and events. This position supports the Glensheen Advisory Council and its Outreach Committee. This is a Professional & Administrative (P&A) position.

Responsibilities:

Communications (35%)
● Develops, designs, and implements an overall strategic communication plan to maximize Glensheen’s exposure to and engagement with audiences across various mediums.
● Develops and implements the marketing and communication budget through expense tracking. Collaborate with the Director and Associate Director on the department budgeting process.
● Develops, designs, and implements Glensheen’s brand messaging, image and experience; ensure it is consistent across all communication.
● Maintain Glensheen’s website with timely and accurate information.
● Designs and implements e-news content and distribution, including writing communications to external audiences, creating newsletters, overseeing the maintenance of email lists and tracking analytics.
● Ensure that the organization’s digital communication channels meet the needs of internal and external stakeholders in a timely, accurate and compelling way.
● Assist colleagues across the organization with messaging to ensure it is consistent, accessible, and following brand guidelines. This includes supporting the Director and Associate Director with the development and review of fundraising materials, requests, and public presentations to support Glensheen projects and initiatives.
● Respond to guest reviews, inquiries, and concerns in a timely manner.

Marketing & Social Media (35%)
● Develops, designs, and implements an organic and paid marketing strategy to maximize Glensheen’s exposure to audiences across various mediums. Continually refine and optimize the strategy utilizing measurement tools and attendance trends to determine effectiveness.
● Engage with and cultivate audiences across social media platforms to highlight features of the historic site, its collection, events, and brand. Continually refine efforts utilizing measurement tools to determine effectiveness.
● Lead the development process to gather and analyze data about Glensheen’s target audiences. Create and continuously update understanding of visitor segmentation and visitor profiles.
● Coordinate and/or manage the creation of marketing and communication materials for print, digital, and on-site use. This includes design, vendor coordination, directing student workers, and distribution of materials.
● Create graphic direction and concepts for design elements. This includes the supervision of 1 to 3 student workers tasked with executing directives as assigned.
● Provide customer marketing insight during development of tours and events.
● Coordinate bi-monthly meetings of the Outreach Committee. This includes developing meeting agendas, notifying members of meeting times, and cultivating members to support the marketing and outreach efforts of Glensheen.

Media and Public Relations (25%)
● Engage and cultivate relationships with local and statewide media to promote Glensheen.
● Represent Glensheen, along with the Director, as a public face of the organization. This includes executing press events and interviews, attending community events, and serving with affinity groups.
● Designs, develops, and implements a proactive strategic earned media strategy to build affinity and engagement of Glensheen locally, regionally, and within the museum field.
● Engage and cultivate relationships with partners to support tourism and community connections in our local area and across the state. This includes destination marketing organizations, tourism and marketing promotion entities, Explore Minnesota, and local photographers and videographers.
● Conceptualize, write, and execute press releases and media pitches.
● Coordinate and lead promotional events including press tours and conferences.
● Lead the Hotel Ticket Program, provide regular communication to partner hotels, and seek out additional collaborative opportunities with Northland area hotels and resorts.
● Respond to media inquiries and support colleagues with messaging to fulfill media requests in conjunction with or the absence of the Marketing Manager.

Other Duties as Assigned (5%)
● Serve in the role of Manager on Duty in rotation with other managers. This may include weekend, evening, and holiday shifts on occasion.
● Ability to fill in for hospitality roles, events, and other frontline duties as necessary.

Qualifications

Required Qualifications
BA/BS in Marketing, Communications, Public Relations, or related field plus four years of experience
Strong social media and communication skills
Demonstrated creativity with marketing approaches
Demonstrated success in creating engaging content

Preferred Qualifications
Ability to coach others on developing their “voice” in messaging for external audiences
Experience in a supervisory role or leading project teams
Ability to be a self-starter and work independently
Ability to collaborate within a team and with internal and external colleagues and stakeholders

Salary Range: $51,513.60 – $54,000

About the Department
Glensheen is the #1 house museum in the Midwest by attendance, attracting more than 120,000 visitors annually. In addition to the 39-room mansion, the estate includes a carriage house, gardener’s cottage, boathouse, and 12 acres on the shores of Lake Superior. Glensheen is considered one of the most complete house museum collections in the country. Tours are offered year-round. Glensheen’s event space is available for weddings, corporate gatherings, and venue rentals. Glensheen has 15 permanent staff and more than 75 students employed annually. Glensheen is located within the Chancellor’s Unit at the University of Minnesota Duluth.

How To Apply
Applications must be submitted online. Go to https://humanresources.umn.edu/content/find-job and search for Job ID 346252. To be considered for this position, please click the Apply button and follow the instructions. You will have the opportunity to complete an online application for the position and attach a cover letter and resume.

A cover letter, resume, and a diversity philosophy statement (a brief personal statement-no more than one page-detailing the applicant’s affirmative action, equal opportunity, and diversity/inclusion philosophy) are required documents that can be attached after the application is complete by accessing your “My Job Applications” page and uploading documents in the “My Cover Letters and Attachments” section.

This position will remain open until filled.

To request an accommodation during the application process, please e-mail employ@umn.edu or call (612) 624-UOHR (8647).

If you have started receiving retirement annuity payments from the Minnesota State Retirement System (MSRS) or Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) your eligibility for this position may be impacted. Please contact the Office of Human Resources Benefits at 1-800-756-2363 for more information.

Smoking and chewing tobacco and the use of electronic cigarettes is prohibited on all UMD property, including indoor facilities, campus grounds and University vehicles.

Diversity
The University recognizes and values the importance of diversity and inclusion in enriching the employment experience of its employees and in supporting the academic mission. The University is committed to attracting and retaining employees with varying identities and backgrounds.

The University of Minnesota provides equal access to and opportunity in its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, gender, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. To learn more about diversity at the U: http://diversity.umn.edu.

Employment Requirements
Any offer of employment is contingent upon the successful completion of a background check. Our presumption is that prospective employees are eligible to work here. Criminal convictions do not automatically disqualify finalists from employment.

Please note: All employees at the University of Minnesota are required to report complete vaccination against COVID-19 or submit documentation requesting a medical or religious exemption on their first day of employment. To learn more, please visit the University’s COVID-19 Response webpage.

About the U of M

University of Minnesota, Duluth (UMD)

The University of Minnesota, Duluth (UMD) consistently ranks among the top Midwestern, regional universities in U.S. News and World Report’s “America’s Best Colleges” issue.

Overlooking Lake Superior, UMD provides an alternative to both large research and small liberal arts environments and attracts students looking for a personalized learning experience on a medium-sized campus of a major university. A firm liberal arts foundation anchors a variety of traditional degree programs, as well as professional and graduate students that draw on UMD’s many research institutes and labs.

Working at the University
At the University of Minnesota, you’ll find a flexible work environment and supportive colleagues who are interested in lifelong learning. We prioritize work-life balance, allowing you to invest not only in the future of your career but also in your life outside of work.

The University also offers a comprehensive benefits package that includes:
• Competitive wages, paid holidays, vacation and sick leave
• Continuous learning opportunities through professional training and degree-seeking programs supported by the Regents Scholarship
• Low-cost medical, dental, and pharmacy plans
• Healthcare and dependent daycare flexible spending accounts
• University HSA contributions
• Excellent retirement plans with employer match
• Disability and employer-paid life insurance
• Wellbeing program for reduced insurance premiums
• Student loan forgiveness opportunity
• Financial counseling services
• Employee Assistance Program with eight sessions of counseling at no cost

For more information regarding benefits, please visit the Office of Human Resources website.

Contact: Melissa Maki

Program Assistant

Chester Bowl

Chester Bowl is hiring! As or programs and participation have grown, our staff team is growing too. We are hiring a Program Assistant, a new full-time, year-round position at Chester Bowl to support all of our programming. We are looking for a team member that is passionate about recreation and community, with a commitment to making sure that skiing, snowboarding, and summer day camp are accessible to anyone.
Please see http://www.chesterbowl.org/employment-opportunities/ for the full job posting.
To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume to Executive Director Dave Schaeffer (dave@chesterbowl.org) by the end of the day on February 27th.

Contact: Dave Schaeffer

Recruitment Specialist

Girl Scouts of MN and WI Lakes and Pines

Join our team as we build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. Girl Scouts of MN and WI Lakes and Pines Council offers competitive wages and benefits including: One week paid winter break and half day Friday summer hours.

EOE Committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in Business /Marketing or equivalent experience in recruitment, membership sales or lead conversion.
• (1) year experience in membership development or recruitment
• Advanced skills in customer service and a commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice.
• Knowledge of and experience with Sandler Sales Techniques (or equivalent) or willing to be trained.
• Documented experience in accurate and efficient use of computer system Sales Force or equivalent
• Ability to meet recruitment quotas and goals
• Excellent judgement with the ability to work independently and manage multiple projects and deadlines

Position Summary
The focus of this position is to grow adult and girl membership meeting and/or exceeding council Recruitment Strategy goals. The Recruitment Specialist is responsible for cultivating, generating, and converting leads in order to increase girl and adult membership in assigned geographical area, compliant with membership strategy goals.

Responsible for timely placement of girls and adults by moving potential members through the system, finding them troops as needed, and assisting new members with registration process in Volunteer Systems Schedules and attends a variety of community opportunities to recruit girls and adults and to network and educate the public on Girl Scout membership and program opportunities.

The Recruitment Specialists: develops and implements plans for membership extension in a variety of pathways and in diverse populations assuring Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice are represented in membership. Works Collaboratively with all Specialists to engage and support volunteers in the recruitment and retention of girls and adults as defined by council strategy. This position is owner of the Opportunity Catalog and assures it is maintained accurate and current, within a specific assigned geography.

Responsibilities including but not limited to:
1. Works all council strategy to meet annual membership goals including new growth and timely placement of girls and adults.
2. Under the guidance of the Recruitment Manager, assist in the development and implementation of council and geographical membership/marketing strategies and work plans, which focus on generating leads regarding designated zip codes within the opportunity catalog.
3. Works collaboratively with other Specialists to build strong, functioning volunteer teams, identifying team leaders, and evaluating existing leaders to achieve maximum performance and a satisfying volunteer experience personally and at service unit and regional levels.
4. Participates in the development, implementation and monitoring of yearly membership and marketing strategic plans and budgets to achieve organizational and regional goals. Actively participates with assigned teams for implementation of work plans and strategies.
5. Organizes and coordinates information/promotional rallies or presentations for girls and adults through a variety of community venues to recruit girls and adult volunteers to provide leadership to Girl Scouts in all pathways as well as service unit and council volunteer positions.
6. Manages Opportunity Catalog in Volunteer Systems in coordination with Member Support Specialists to ensure accurate and clean data is available to the public.
7. Communicates with leaders regarding placement of girls, management of their troop online, and changes within their troop.
8. Responds to automated queue tasks generated from Volunteer Systems within the established acceptable timeline.
9. Performs data entry into specific data fields using database commands, formats records as necessary into the council’s integrated Volunteer Systems, and maintains confidentiality of all processed information based on standards set in the Standard Operating Procedure Manual.
10. Has a clear understanding of Sales Force and the volunteer toolkit and is an active user and supporter, ensuring all leads are entered into the system while maintaining clean and accurate data.
11. Cultivates and maintains strategic relationships with local schools, parent organizations and community organizations to increase visibility and meet council strategy goals.
12. Collaborates with all Specialists to address diverse community needs to ensure that racial, ethnic, and socio-economic diversity of the community is reflected in the membership.
13. Knowledge of and experience with Sandler Sales Techniques (or equivalent) or willing to be trained.
14. Special projects and other duties as assigned by Recruitment Manager and/or Director of Recruitment & Development.

Essential functions:
• Knowledge of and documented success with Sandler Sales Techniques (or equivalent) or willing to be trained.
• Ability to manage volunteer database and accurately and efficient use computer Sales Force or equivalent.
• Ability to efficiently use database information, produce reports, and analyze data.
• Ability to meet quotas and goals.
• Ability to successfully complete all pre-employment and post-employment screenings including, but not limited to, background check.
• Ability to follow and maintain safe working practices
• Ability to frequently operate office equipment including keyboard, copy machine, fax machine, register, and multi-line telephone
• Ability to lift and carry up to 25 pounds
• Ability to apply independent discretion within the boundaries of the position
• Maintain registration as a member of the Girl Scouts of the USA
• Possess and retain a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance
• Provide own transportation
• Ability to travel to various event and activities, including overnights
• Ability to work various days and hours including weekends and evenings
• Ability to develop appropriate written communication and to verbally present information to large and small groups
• Ability to represent and model the mission and vision of Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin Lakes and Pines

Contact: Valerie Johnson

Retail Sales Specialist

Girl Scouts of MN and WI Lakes

Join our team as we build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. Girl Scouts of MN and WI Lakes and Pines Council offers competitive wages and benefits including: One week paid winter break and half day Friday summer hours.

EOE Committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s degree in business, retail sales, merchandising, or equivalent experience in Retail Sales
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Advanced skills in customer service and a commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice.
• (1) year experience in retail sales
• Advanced Mathematical and Accounting Skills
• Advanced proficiency in Windows Operating Systems and Microsoft Office 365 and Point of Sale.
• Ability to manage database information, produce reports, and analyze data.
• Ability to meet sales quotas and sales goals
• Excellent judgement with the ability to work independently and manage multiple projects and deadlines

POSITION SUMMARY:
The focus of this position is the safe delivery of all Retail Sales activities which support member satisfaction and contribute to membership growth and retention, and goal achievement of council strategies, the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, and the National Program Portfolio.

The Retail Sales Specialist delivers retail sales opportunities in assigned geographic locations through shop, traveling shop and other pathways including day camp, resident camp, and various council and Service Unit events. Ensures Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice are represented in all retail sales environments, including underserved areas and low-income families.

Works Collaboratively with volunteers, troops, service units and all other Specialists to engage and support membership in the delivery of quality, safe retail sales operations at all Girl Scout levels. Functions including, but not limited to, assuring adequate staffing to meet customer needs, daily opening and closing activities, expense monitoring, stocking, store layout and merchandising, inventory control, and generation and analysis of reports. Ensuring customer satisfaction to positively impact Council Net Promoter Score and membership and retention goals/strategy.

RESPONSIBILITIES including but not limited to:

1. Responsible for successful and safe execution and evaluation of all Retail Sales functions including but not limited to, shop, traveling shops, and large events including Kaleidoscope, Day Camps, Resident Camps and Our World Our Family.
2. Works collaboratively with Product Program and Finance Specialist to assist in the successful implementation of all Product Programs. Duties including, staffing of cookie cupboard, inventory, product control, data entry, and customer service.
3. Assures and completes timely and accurate processing of customer on-site, email, and mail-order sales and returns. Receives, inspects, counts, accepts inventory deliveries, and enters into (POS) and data systems.
4. Communicates with leaders, girls, and all customers regarding all matters of retail sales.
5. Responds to automated queue cases and tasks generated from Volunteer Systems within the established acceptable timeline.
6. Maintains compliance with approved department budget.
7. Participates in the development, implementation and monitoring of yearly Retail Sales strategic plans and budgets to achieve organizational and regional goals. Actively participates with assigned teams for implementation of work plans and strategies.
8. Works with the Retail Sales Coordinator, Directors of Product and Retail Sales and Marketing and Communications, to develop and implement multi-faceted marketing strategies to support goal achievement through the development of promotional and advertising materials.
9. Build and maintain key relationships with other councils and Girl Scout Merchandise representatives and other licensed vendors to create strategic alliances.
10. Maintain the Council POS and OP suite databases to generate accurate sales and management reports. Analyzes data to increase revenue, customer satisfaction and participation in Retail Sales opportunities.
11. Ensures compliance with applicable council finance policies including but not limited scholarship application, retail bank deposits, balance/reconcile accounts, perform regular spot checks, as well as successful and accurate completion of all reporting requirements and reconciliations and safeguarding of all assets.
12. Completes annual and periodic physical inventories, and planning of product distribution.
13. In coordination with staff, complete the order process for council custom merchandise including, but not limited to, draft designing, solicitation and assessment of bids, and budget approval. Ensure that approved vendors are used for all areas of council re-sale (including retail shops, trading posts, and day camp, merchandise).
14. Ensures adequate staffing coverage for shops and front desk.
15. Communicate and collaborate with the recruitment/placement, member support and program teams to support and strengthen the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and improve customer satisfaction,
16. Responsible for understanding, following, and enforcing established policies, procedures, and practices compliant with all applicable council standards, local, state, and federal laws, regulations, and ordinances related to Retail Sales program including but not limited to life safety standards, ADA and OSHA and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice, and IRS. regularly report on individual goals and achievements to the Retail Sales Coordinator.
17. Collaborates with Retail Sales Coordinator and all Specialists to address diverse community needs to ensure that racial, ethnic, and socio-economic diversity of the community is reflected in retail sales.
18. Special Projects and other duties as assigned by the Retail Sales Coordinator and/or Director of Product and Retail Sales.
Essential Functions:
• Ability to efficiently use database information, produce reports, and analyze data.
• Ability to meet goals.
• Ability to successfully complete all pre-employment and post-employment screenings including, but not limited to, background check
• Ability to follow and maintain safe working practices at all times
• Ability to frequently operate office equipment, including register keyboard, copy machine, fax machine, and multi-line telephone
• Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds
• Accurate and efficient use of computer systems including, Sales Force or equivalent and POS.
• Ability to manage database information, produce report, and analyze data.
• Ability to apply independent discretion within the boundaries of the position
• Maintain registration as a member of the Girl Scouts of the USA
• Possession and retention of a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance
• Employee must provide own transportation
• Ability to travel to various event and activities, including overnights
• Ability to work various days and hours including weekends and evenings
• Ability to develop appropriate written communication and to verbally present information to large and small groups
• Ability to represent and model the mission and vision of Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin Lakes and Pines

Contact: Girl Scouts of MN and WI Lakes

Dean of the Stender School of Business and Technology

The College of St. Scholastica

The College of St. Scholastica (CSS), a regional comprehensive institution in Duluth, Minnesota, seeks a visionary, inspiring and transformational leader to serve as its next Dean of the Stender School of Business and Technology. The College requires an academic leader who brings a passion for and relentless pursuit of academic excellence while ensuring alignment with the College’s mission, vision, strategic plan and goal of inclusive excellence.  More information here:  https://www.csshrjobs.com/postings/11538

Summer Youth Program Support- AmeriCorps Member

Duluth Area Family YMCA

Apply on our Website https://www.duluthymca.org/tnac/serve

Position Summary
As a Youth Development AmeriCorps Member with True North AmeriCorps, you will help schools and community-based programs respond to unmet needs of their students. Service could include several tasks such as check ins, social emotional skill building, enrichment programming, and more.

This is an AmeriCorps service position. AmeriCorps members come from a wide variety of backgrounds and interests- we celebrate diversity and encourage all who are interested to apply!

Location: Youth serving agencies in Duluth and surrounding areas
Position Size: Full time (35 hrs./wk) or Part Time (25 hrs./wk)
Schedule (Hours): M-F 8am-5pm (varies by site) starting May 16 or June 16, 2022 ending August 31, 2022

Benefits
Monthly income of up to $1,630(pre-tax)
Free individual YMCA membership
Up to $1,678 towards tuition or students loans
Members over 55 can transfer this to a child or grandchild
Federal student loan forbearance and interest repayment
Professional development, networking, and mentoring
Free Individual Health, Dental, & Vision Insurance — (full time)
Child Care Assistance — Based on Family Size and Income (full time)

What It Takes
Great members are those with the desire to help our communities and our kids. Come as you are, we’ll provide the training you need! That said, you will need to meet the following minimum qualifications by the time you begin your service:
18 years of age or older by your start date.
High school diploma or GED equivalent by your start date.
Must be either a citizen, national, or lawful permanent resident alien of the United States.
Able to pass the pre-service background check process.
Prior offenses may not be an automatic disqualification.

Want To Learn More?
Visit https://www.duluthymca.org/tnac/serve to view the position description and apply.

Have Questions?
We’d love to hear from you! Contact: Kellsey at kfirehammer@duluthymca.org 218.722.4745 x147

About Our Organization
The Duluth Area Family YMCA has hosted the True North AmeriCorps program since 2003. The mission of the Duluth Area Family YMCA is to put the principles of caring, honesty, respect, and responsibility into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. At the Y, strengthening community is our cause. Everyone is welcome at the Y, which serves a diverse population across the lifespan by “building strong kids, strong families and strong communities.” We accomplish this through a wide variety of quality programs for all ages while focusing mainly on children and youth. The Y serves three crucial areas of focus to help individuals, families, and communities to learn, grow, and thrive: youth development, healthy living, and social responsibility.

The Duluth Area Family YMCA will not discriminate for or against any AmeriCorps service member or applicant on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, familial status, disability, sexual orientation, age, or any other category protected by law. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request. This document is available in alternative formats.

Apply on our Website https://www.duluthymca.org/tnac/serve

Contact: Duluth Area Family YMCA

Youth Outreach Specialist

Girl Scouts of MN and WI Lakes and Pines

Join our team as we build girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. Girl Scouts of MN and WI Lakes and Pines Council offers competitive wages and benefits including: One week paid winter break and half day Friday summer hours.

EOE Committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Recreation/ Programming /Youth Education, Human Services, or, equivalent experience in youth programing in diverse underserved and low-income populations with experience and a commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice
• (1) years’ experience in diverse population youth development, program implementation and/or program delivery.
• Experience in Windows Operating Systems and Microsoft Office Suite. Ability to manage database information, produce reports and analyze data.
• Ability to meet participation quotas and goals
• Excellent judgement with the ability to work independently and manage multiple projects and deadlines

POSITION SUMMARY:
The focus of this position is the development and safe delivery of programs that successfully engage girls in demographically underserved areas and low-income families throughout the council. The Outreach Specialist develops and delivers programs in a variety of pathways including, in person events, virtual, travel, camp, and after school Girl Scouts in Action (GSIA) Programing, an after-school program for elementary age girls, delivered at targeted schools and community sites.

Works in conjunction with community partners, volunteers, and other staff to ensure the program development and implementation supports funding obligations and council’s strategies to goal achievement. Utilizes the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE), and National Program Portfolio to assure programming is developed, planned, delivered, and evaluated in a manner that recruits and sustains Diversity, Equity, Inclusion in our membership, and supports member satisfaction and contributes to membership growth and retention. Works Collaboratively with all other Specialist to engage and support membership in the delivery of quality and safe Girl Scout programming at all girl scout levels.

RESPONSIBILITIES including but not limited to:
1. Works all Council strategy to meet annual program goals and budgets, membership, and fund development goals.
2. Works collaboratively with other Specialist and volunteers to utilize the volunteer toolkit to deliver quality girl programing at all levels.
3. Participates in the development, implementation and monitoring of yearly program and marketing strategic plans and budgets to achieve organizational and regional goals.
4. Plans, organizes, coordinates, and delivers the Girl Scout Leadership Experience through a variety of pathways and diverse community venues to meet the needs and interests of girl members.
5. Maintains compliance with assigned budgets and funding obligations.
6. Effectively interprets, communicates, and secures all applicable council and GSUSA resources, policies and procedures related to programing including but not limited to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice, program insurance, Safety Activities Check Points, certificates of insurance, State, Local and Federal mandates, and industry standards.
7. Responds to automated queue cases and tasks generated from Volunteer Systems within the established acceptable timeline.
8. Performs data entry into specific data fields using database commands, formats record as necessary into the council’s integrated Volunteer Systems and maintains confidentiality of all processed information based on standards set in the Standard Operating Procedure Manual.
9. Has a clear understanding of Sales Force and the volunteer toolkit and is an active user and supporter, maintaining clean and accurate data.
10. Works with the Program Manager, Director of Program and Property and the Director of Membership and Development to ensure that funding reports are maintained, and outcome studies are performed on programs to successfully achieve council goals.
11. Cultivates, mobilizes, and maintains strategic relationships with partner programs, community organizations, topic experts, field trip providers/sites, etc. to enhance national program with local resources that address current and relevant trends and issues affecting girls to increase program opportunities and increase program participation
12. Develop, plan, communicate and deliver quality program using skills including, but not limited to curriculum development, assessment of data including demographics, needs and interests of underserved girls and community needs, cost analysis, funding compliance and reporting, quality specifications, program continuity and support, safety, customer satisfaction and outcome assessment.
13. Increases the visibility of GSIA for girls using approved Marketing Strategies.
14. Maintains a system for ongoing evaluation of all programs, while utilizing results and statistical data to ensure funding compliance, program goals and outcomes are met.
15. Responsible for understanding, and compliance of established policies, procedures, and practices complaint with all applicable council standards, local, state, and federal laws, regulations, and ordinances related to program including but not limited to life safety standards, Safety Activity Check Points, certificates of insurance, ADA, OSHA and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice and industry standards.
16. Collaborates with Member Support to secure and manage a strong volunteer corps including, but not limited to community adults, university/college students, interns, and the VISTA/AmeriCorps volunteer programs. Performs responsibilities in conjunction with volunteers including, but not limited to volunteer recruitment, supervision, training, guidance, and coaching to support quality program delivery volunteers.
17. Work in tandem with regional team to develop a plan to become involved within the service area through building relationships with schools, other youth serving agencies, supported housing sites, and community organizations serving diverse populations with whom Girl Scouts may share a common mission. Network with these groups to best share available resources, including multilingual resources.
18. Work with families and communities to build trusting relationships in support of Girl Scouting.
19. Oversee girl participation through girl recruitment, member registration, and retention.
20. Implement girl outcome evaluation and track statistics regarding percentage of girls served and diversity representation statistics Use findings for continuous improvement in volunteer delivery of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience and preparing annual Girl Scout and funding reports.
21. Works with Program Manager in partnership with the Fund Development team, to determine financial needs and funding sources. Participate in grant writing and reporting as directed and give presentations in support and promotion of the program.
22. Research collaborations within the communities served to expand the program and recruit new outreach sites.
23. Responsible for developing program event information for council publications.
24. Special projects and other duties as assigned by Program Manager, Director of Program and Property and/or COO/CEO.
Essential Functions:
• Ability to efficiently use database information, produce reports, and analyze data.
• Ability to meet goals.
• Ability to successfully complete all pre-employment and post-employment screenings including, but not limited to, background check
• Ability to follow and maintain safe working practices
• Ability to frequently operate office equipment including keyboard, copy machine, fax machine, register, and multi-line telephone
• Ability to climb, crouch and walk on uneven terrain and demonstrate safe and proper use of a variety of programming equipment.
• Ability to actively participate in physical programming with participants.
• Ability to work indoors and outdoors in all types of weather
• Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds
• Ability to apply independent discretion within the boundaries of the position
• Maintain registration as a member of the Girl Scouts of the USA
• Possess and retention of a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance
• Provide and maintain personal transportation
• Ability to travel to various events and activities, including overnights
• Ability to work various days and hours including weekends and evenings
• Ability to develop appropriate written communication and to verbally present information to large and small groups, diverse populations, including children.
• Ability to effectively communicate verbally and written with diverse populations.
• Ability to successfully complete and maintain certifications specific to programing which may include: First Aid, CPR training, CPR/FA instructor, Lifeguard or WSI (Water Safety instructor), Level 1 High Challenge Course facilitator, and archery certifications, and Serve Safe or MN Food Protection Management.
• Ability to represent and model the mission and vision of Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin Lakes and Pines

Contact: Valerie Johnson

Account Executive

KBJR Television

KBJR 6 & CBS 3 in Duluth, MN has an opportunity for success. Join our Sales Team as an Account Executive providing our clients with advertising products including television commercial airtime and digital solutions.

Bring your client needs analysis skills and apply to development of television and digital advertising plans proven to grow local business.

Qualifications: A minimum of two years proven media sales or business-to-business sales success excellent verbal and written communication skills strong time management and organizational skills 4-year college degree preferred Valid driver’s license and good driving record.

Are you energetic, positive and goal-oriented with a passion to succeed? Do you possess knowledge of the media landscape and understanding of consumer behavior across multiple media channels and platforms? Have you demonstrated a proven ability to build strong client relationships? Yes? Our award winning station invites you to send you cover letter and resume to:

Joe Biondi
General Sales Manager
jbiondi@kbjr.com
246 South Lake Avenue
Duluth, MN 55802

NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

Visit gray.tv/careers for links to all stations and opportunities. Select `Browse Opportunities` and search by desired position and/or location.

Additional Info:

Gray Television provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Gray Television complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.

Gray Television expressly prohibits any form of workplace harassment based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, genetic information, disability, or veteran status. Improper interference with the ability of Gray’s employees to perform their job duties may result in discipline up to and including discharge.

As a condition of employment, Gray Television will require that newly hired employees, whether part-time or full-time, be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus by the first workday to the extent permitted by applicable law unless you qualify for a medical or religious accommodation.

Contact: Jen Schuldt

Advertising Digital Sales Consultant

Midwest Communications

Midwest Communications, Inc. and Duluth’s top rated radio group (KQDS/KTCO/KDAL/KDKE/WDSM/WDUL) is seeking a full-time Advertising/Digital Sales person. Duluth is on the shores of Lake Superior, 4 colleges, one of the top tourist destinations in the Midwest and only 2 hours away from the Twin Cities.

If you are competitive and know sales and can meet the following requirements, we want to talk to you:

• Have at least two years of success in commissioned sales experience.
• Have great prospecting skills.
• Are a highly motivated individual.
• Have excellent verbal and written communications skills.
• Have exceptional customer service skills.
• Like to be compensated well for hard work.

Duties include meeting with customers, developing meaningful relationships, developing promotional ideas, attaining sales goals, researching co-op & presenting ideas to customers. Exceptional service a must.

Candidates for this position should be competitive, hard working, goal oriented, and a self-starter. Creative problem solving abilities are a must. A valid driver’s license and a good driving record are required for this position.

We will provide the best training in the business and offer a very competitive compensation package and a full benefits package.

If you have a track record of success and achievement, please send cover letter and resume TODAY to: Director of Sales, Scott Christensen at scott.christensen@mwcradio.com, fax to 218-722-5423 or mail to Scott’s attention at: Midwest Communications, Inc., 11 East Superior Street, Ste. 380, Duluth, MN 55802.

Midwest Communications, Inc. is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer by choice.

About Midwest Communications, Inc.
Tired of feeling unfulfilled at work? Are you looking for a company that has staying power, a family atmosphere, a creative culture, great benefits, a dynamic work environment, fulfilling days, the best coworkers and gives you opportunities to advance? Midwest Communications could be your next home!

Contact: Scott Christensen

Program Manager

Girl Scouts of MN and WI Lakes

Position Title: Program Manager
Reports To: Director of Program and Property
FLSA Status: Salaried Exempt
Salary: $41,600.00 annual, Benefit Package Available

Qualifications:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation/ Youth Programming Education or equivalent experience in youth program development and implementation in Diverse Populations.
• Two (2) years’ Experience in youth programming, with diverse population youth development, program implementation and program delivery A minimum of (1) years’ experience in personnel supervision and development and a commitment to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice
• Excellent judgement with the ability to apply independently discretion and judgement, while managing multiple projects and deadlines
• Documented experience in accurate an efficient use of computer system, Sales Force or Equivalent.
• Ability to meet quotas and goals

Position summary

The Program Manager position utilizes the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE), National Program Portfolio, and funding obligation to assure programming is developed, planned, delivered, and evaluated in a safe manner that recruits and sustains membership growth and retention. Is responsible for drafting, implementing, and evaluating, approved goals, work plans, and strategies which align with GSUSA initiatives and council goals to develop and deliver program in all demographics including, but not limited to, underserved areas and low-income families, ensuring Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice in all programing.
The position assures the development, implementation of safe programs in a variety of pathways, including, in person, virtual, travel, and afterschool (GSIA) programming. Responsible for the oversight of travel, girl awards, Day Camp, Safety Activity Check Points, and Certificates of Insurance. In addition to their assigned area, this position is responsible to ensure extended regional teams and the program team’s work plans are developed, delivered, evaluated, and revised in a manner which serves to increases member satisfaction compliant with Council Net Promoter Score and membership retention goals/strategy. The Program Manager is responsible for drafting, overseeing, and administering the approved/assigned portions of the budget and strategy. Responsible for the direct supervision of assigned personnel.

Responsibilities including but not limited to:

1. Develop, plan, communicate, train, and deliver safe, quality programs using skills including but not limited to curriculum development, data assessment, cost analysis, funding compliance, quality specifications, program continuity and support, safety standards, customer satisfaction and outcome assessment.
2. Maintains a system for ongoing evaluation of all programs, while utilizing program participant evaluation results and statistical data, including diversity statistics, to ensure continuous program improvements, funding and goal compliance.
3. Collaborates with Member Support to secure and manage a strong volunteer corps including but not limited to community adults, university/college students, interns, and the VISTA/AmeriCorps volunteer programs. In partnership with Member Support, performs responsibilities in conjunction with program volunteers including but not limited to volunteer recruitment, supervision, training, guidance, and coaching to support quality program delivery. Respond to automated queue cases and tasks generated from Volunteer Systems within established acceptable timeline.
4. Preforms data entry into specific data fields using database commands, formats records as necessary into councils Integrated Volunteer Systems and maintains confidentiality of all processed information based on standards set in the Standard Operating Procedure Manual.
5. Has a clear understanding of Sales Force and the Volunteer Toolkit and is an active user and supporter, maintaining clean and accurate data.
6. In partnership with Director of Program and Property, and Director of Membership and Development, assesses data to determine financial needs and potential funding sources for programs. Actively participates in grant writing and reporting as required. Delivers presentations in support and promotion of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience (GSLE) and the Girl Scouts in Action (GSIA) program.
7. Ongoing research to cultivate, mobilize, and maintain strategic relationships with partner programs, schools, other youth serving organizations, supported housing sites, serving diverse populations to expand the GSIA program and recruit new outreach sites. Mobilize topic and field trip providers/sites to enhance the national program with local resources that address current and relevant trends and issues affecting girls to increase all program opportunities and program participation. Network with groups to best share available resources, including multilingual resources.
8. Responsible for understanding, drafting, communicating, implementing, training, and enforcing compliance of established policies, procedures, and practices compliant with all applicable council standards, local, state, and federal laws, regulations, and ordinances related to program including but not limited to life safety standards, Safety Activity Check Points, ADA, OSHA, and Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Racial Justice.
9. In partnership with the Director of Program and Property, develops, implements, and maintains a risk management and crisis plan to support an optimal level of continued health and safety of girls, volunteers, and staff in all programming.
10. Drafts and maintains compliance with approved assigned portion of budgets.
11. Works cross-functionally with other staff to ensure consistency in customer access and delivery of quality customer service and training in support of the council’s strategic business goals.
12. Serves as program and youth outreach expert resource to the council Leadership, and Program Teams.
13. Performs all supervisor duties specific to assigned personnel including but not limited to participation in selection, placement, education/training, policy/procedure enforcement, payroll, and performance management of all assigned personnel compliant with state and federal law and council policy.
14. Responsible for developing program event information for council publications.
15. Special Projects and other duties as assigned by the Director of Program and Property, CEO or COO.

Essential Functions:
• Ability to successfully complete all pre-employment and post-employment screenings including, but not limited to, background check.
• Ability to manage database information, produces reports, and analyzes data. Accurate and efficient use of computer system Sales Force or equivalent
• Ability to train and manage staff to meet quotas and goals
• Ability to teach, model, follow, maintain, and execute approved goals/strategies.
• Ability to successfully complete and maintain certifications specific to programming which may include: First Aid, CPR training CPR/FA Instructor, Lifeguard or (Water Safety instructor) Level 1 High Challenge Course facilitator, and archery certifications, and Serve Safe or MN Food Protection Management.
• Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
• Ability to climb, crouch and walk on uneven terrain and demonstrate safe and proper use of a variety of Programing equipment.
• Ability to work outdoors in all types of weather
• Ability to frequently operate office equipment including, keyboard, copy machine, fax machine, register, and multi-line telephone
• Ability to apply independent discretion within the boundaries of the position.
• Maintain registration as a member of the Girl Scouts of the USA.
• Possess and retention of a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance.
• Ability to provide and maintain your own transportation.
• Ability to frequently travel to various events and activities, including overnights.
• Ability to work various days and hours including weekends and evening.
• Ability to develop appropriate written communication and to verbally present information to large and small groups
• Ability to represent and model the mission and vision of Girl Scouts of Minnesota and Wisconsin Lakes and Pines.

Contact: Girl Scouts of MN and WI Lakes

Development Officer - WISCONSIN AFFILIATE

Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation

DULUTH SUPERIOR AREA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
DEVELOPMENT OFFICER – AFFILIATES
NORTHERN WISCONSIN & NORTHERN MINNESOTA
POSITION DESCRIPTION

The Duluth Superior Area Community Foundation is located on the beautiful western shores of Lake Superior. We encourage private giving for the public good and foster generosity, civic engagement and inclusiveness. Guided by a volunteer board of civic leaders, the community foundation holds more than 450 different charitable funds, with assets of over $100 million. Since its inception in 1983, the foundation has distributed over $60 million in grants to nonprofit organizations and in scholarships to individuals across our region.

The Wisconsin Development Officer participates as a team member in all aspects of the Community Foundation’s long-range development plan. Working closely with the President, the Development Officer and the entire team, the Wisconsin Development Officer is responsible for asset development, fundraising and promotional strategies, including creation of new funds, gift recognition, maintenance of services to donors, and meeting asset development goals in the Northwest Wisconsin Region and across the Foundation’s service area.

The Community Foundation’s area of service is primarily the seven counties of northeastern Minnesota (Aitkin, Carlton, Cook, Itasca, Koochiching, Lake and St. Louis) and the five counties of northwestern Wisconsin (Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, Price and Iron).

We are looking for someone who is living in or otherwise deeply connected to our northwestern Wisconsin service area.

We envision a professional who can work well from home and in the field but also be connected with our other team members who are hybrid with both office and remote work already.

Remote working with flexible schedule starting at 20 hours per week.
Hourly rate range – $23.00 – $25.00 per hour.

Specific Responsibilities

1. To provide development assistance to the Foundation by identifying, contacting and cultivating prospective donors including individuals, corporations and foundations.

2. To implement, coordinate and provide staff support to various constituent groups; including, for example, surrounding communities and organizational endowments.

3. To assist and participate in the fundraising work of the Foundation.

4. To participate in the planning and implementation of a program of events and communications to educate donors about charitable giving.

5. To respond to inquiries from prospective donors and professional advisors.

6. To establish new funds in keeping with the Foundation’s Mission and Strategic Plan.

7. To work in collaboration with other team members to develop electronic, social media, printed materials and other communications.

8. To prepare development and other reports and records.

9. To complete other tasks as assigned.

Desired Experience, Skills, Education and Talents

1. At least five years’ experience in development and donor services

2. Knowledge of major gifts, planned giving and fundraising

3. Bachelor’s degree; advanced degree preferred

4. Understanding of and appreciation for charitable giving

5. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, both written and oral

6. Excellent analytical, organizational and creative problem solving skills

7. Excellent technology skills

8. Confident and courteous manner in interacting with members of the community

9. Ability to work as part of a fantastic team of people to impact our region

Supervision

The Development Officer reports directly to the President of the Foundation and is a critical part of our team.

Please submit resume by 11/15/21 to:
Apply@dsacommunityfoundation.com

Learn more about our work at dsacommunityfoundation.com and on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Contact: Marnie Christopherson

Full Time Teller

Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union

Position Overview:
A Member Advisor interacts with our members through the lobby, drive thru and phone channels. In this role, a Member Advisor will assist members with every day transactions-deposits, cashing checks, transfers, etc… In addition this role will be provide card support and assist members with Online Banking- all the while working to build strong and trusting relationships with our members

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Assist members with accurately and efficiently processing transactions, such as deposits, withdrawals, payments, money orders, or cashier’s checks
• Provide education to our members on self-serve options
• Verify endorsements and proper identification on deposit transactions
• Execute wire or ACH transferring of funds
• Instant issue debit, credit, and gift cards
• Troubleshoot credit or debit card issues, online banking questions, or other general account related questions and issues
• Balance and maintain personal cash drawer and branch vault, and appropriate currency logs if applicable
• Other duties as assigned

Qualification and Skills:
• 1-2 years of customer service or professional experience working with people and/or cash handling experience required
• Aptitude to work independently as well as part of a team and ability to collaborate with others
• Strong verbal and written communication skills
• Time Management skills and the ability to prioritize workload based on department and member needs
• Flexibility to adapt and succeed in a dynamic environment
• Ability and drive to provide exceptional service to members and employees
• Intermediate computer skills and the ability to navigate between multiple systems with ease

Workplace Environment:
• Sitting 90-95% and standing 5-10% which is determined on your rotation within the branch
• Working at a computer 98% of the day, utilizing the phone 40-60%
• Bending, twisting, kneeling, stooping, or crouching when appropriate, on occasion
• Repetitive movements, including but not limited to typing, using a mouse, phones, etc.
• Lift, carry, push or pull up to approximately 30 pounds

Required Work Schedule:
Shifts between 7am – 7pm Monday – Friday and Saturday 7-3 adding up to 40 hours.

Contact: Brooke Gilles

Early Childhood Assistant/Aftercare Provider

Spirit of the Lake Community School

Spirit of the Lake Community School is excited to announce an open position for an Early Childhood Assistant/Aftercare Provider for the 2021-22 school year. Our mission at Spirit of the Lake Community School (SLCS) is to honor and educate the whole child by equally engaging body, mind, emotion, and spirit.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
Create a safe and enriching atmosphere based on the Waldorf child development model
Maintain communication with class teachers and administrative staff.
Track attendance and submit to administrative staff weekly
Write a monthly after care report, along with suggested improvements or needs
Support the Lead Teacher with classroom needs such as preparing children for outside play and preparing practical and artistic classroom activities
Help maintain general order, cleanliness, and aesthetics in the classroom
To help create a harmonious and nurturing atmosphere in the classroom
Maintain a high-quality, well-structured experience for the children
Ensure high standard of ethics by providing for child and family confidentiality
To contribute to the ongoing success and sustainability of SLCS

QUALIFICATIONS
Education/Certification:
Degree in Early Childhood Development or Education and/or a Kindergarten-6th Grade Teaching Degree
Experience in Early Childhood Education or related field
Knowledge of, or interest in, learning Waldorf education and philosophy
Desire/ability to complete necessary training to comply with Family Daycare Licensing requirements

Special Knowledge/Skills:
Ability to interact in a supportive manner with each child’s unique character and abilities
Positive and proactive communication and interpersonal skills
Demonstrate flexibility and adaptability to meet the needs of the children in our care
Commitment to personal and professional self-development
Acceptance of cultural, racial, religious, affectional preference, and economic differences

Experience:
Experience in caring for multiple children in a natural play environment

Spirit of the Lake Community School is located on the shores of Lake Superior in Duluth, MN. This area offers proximity to numerous outdoor and recreational activities while boasting a thriving arts community; numerous small, local businesses; a diverse local music scene; a robust health and wellness community; and consciousness around sustainable lifestyles. Our community is full of the richness and beauty of the natural world, which inspires our daily work as well as our school’s mission and vision. SLCS is an independent, community-based school that is deeply inspired by Rudolf Steiner’s indications, serving children Preschool age to 8th grade.

This is a full-time position during the school year with a wage range of $16-18/hour based on education and experience. Benefits include full tuition remission, contributions to a health savings account, and Earned Sick & Safe Time (ESST) benefits. Proposed hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Interested applicants are invited to submit a brief biography, cover letter, resume, and three professional references to the Operations & Finance Manager, Barb Nelson, at bnelson@slcsduluth.org.

Contact: Barb Nelson

Member Service Representative - Superior WI

Superior Choice CU

Role: Assists new and existing members with their financial needs, opens and closes various types of accounts, processes transactions, resolve account problems, and provides assistance and information regarding other products and services of the Credit Union.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
• Assists members with opening and closing accounts, processes transactions, and addresses and resolves member problems, inquiries, or complaints. Refers problems to supervisor as needed, along with recommendations for resolution.
• Identifies opportunities to cross-sell additional products or services to members.
• Confers with members by telephone or in-person to provide information about products or services.
• Maintains accurate member account information on the computer system and prepares required reports for management.
• Acts as liaison between members and various departments.
• Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
Performance Measurements:
• Provide informed, prompt, and accurate service to all members and associates by greeting and waiting on members in the lobby within X minutes, answering the telephone within X rings, and responding to messages or correspondence within X hours.
• Open all accounts, certificates of deposit, and other Credit Union products or services in accordance with federal regulations, ensuring all related forms and documents are completed and filed/scanned in a timely manner.
• Carry out assigned duties and responsibilities with minimal errors according to established branch standards.
• Actively cross-sell products and services to members to achieve or exceed X% of all established individual and branch sales goals.
• Troubleshoot and resolve member and internal inquiries in a timely and accurate manner, communicating the resolution to affected parties.
• Ensure compliance with all applicable Credit Union policies, procedures, and regulations.
• Maintain a professional work environment and business-like appearance.
Knowledge and Skills:
• Experience: One to three years of similar or related experience.
• Education: A high school education or GED
• Interpersonal Skills: Work involves contact with persons beyond immediate associates regarding routine matters for the purpose of giving or obtaining information that may require some discussion. Outside contacts take the form of service to the public (members or vendors), requiring ordinary courtesy in providing assistance and information.
• Other Skills: Working knowledge of established teller procedures and policies. Understanding of Credit Union operations. Communicates information and ideas in speaking so others will understand. General office equipment such as calculators, computers, photocopiers, and scanners.

Contact: Superior Choice CU

Care Specialist

DIAMOND WILLOW ASSISTED LIVING

About us: Diamond Willow is an Assisted Living and Memory Care facility that started in 2004. We have 11 locations throughout Northern Minnesota, each site has 8-16 residents per home. We are dedicated to providing quality care to our residents through compassionate care and assuring that our residents and their needs remain at the forefront of our focus!

Our Lester Park, Proctor and Cloquet sites are hiring immediately for Certified Nursing Assistants- CNA’s and Personal Care Attendants-PCA’s.

Our Current Open Shifts Include:

Full- Time and Part-Time: Day Shift
Full- Time and Part-Time: PM Shift
Full-Time and Part-Time: NOC Shift

These positions are responsible for:

Providing personal care and follow the residents care plan
Performing delegated nursing and medical care designed by the RN to maintain the residents’ physical and emotional well-being.
Accurately documenting information
Communicating with RN’s and LPN’s regarding relevant information pertaining the residents
Following HIPAA rules

Benefits:

Free Meals
Paid Time Off
Medical, Dental, and Supplemental Insurances are available after 60 days of Full-Time employment.
401(k)
Reimbursement program available for those who complete the CNA course while employed, ask for program guidelines.
Qualifications

Requirements:

Great communication skills
Strong work ethic
Team-player attitudes.
Previous experience is preferred but not required.

Exempt/Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt

APPLY TODAY and join our wonderful team and work in a setting that feels like home!!

You can also visit us online at diamondwillow.com/careers

For further questions, contact our RN Director at 218-348-3432.

You can also send a resume to applicant@diamondwillow.com Please include the position and Diamond Willow location that you are applying for.

Contact: DIAMOND WILLOW ASSISTED LIVING

Care Specialist

DIAMOND WILLOW ASSISTED LIVING

About us: Diamond Willow is an Assisted Living and Memory Care facility that started in 2004. We have 11 locations throughout Northern Minnesota, each site has 8-16 residents per home. We are dedicated to providing quality care to our residents through compassionate care and assuring that our residents and their needs remain at the forefront of our focus!

Our Lester Park, Proctor and Cloquet sites are hiring immediately for Certified Nursing Assistants- CNA’s and Personal Care Attendants-PCA’s.

Our Current Open Shifts Include:

Full- Time and Part-Time: Day Shift
Full- Time and Part-Time: PM Shift
Full-Time and Part-Time: NOC Shift

These positions are responsible for:

Providing personal care and follow the residents care plan
Performing delegated nursing and medical care designed by the RN to maintain the residents’ physical and emotional well-being.
Accurately documenting information
Communicating with RN’s and LPN’s regarding relevant information pertaining the residents
Following HIPAA rules

Benefits:

Free Meals
Paid Time Off
Medical, Dental, and Supplemental Insurances are available after 60 days of Full-Time employment.
401(k)
Reimbursement program available for those who complete the CNA course while employed, ask for program guidelines.
Qualifications

Requirements:

Great communication skills
Strong work ethic
Team-player attitudes.
Previous experience is preferred but not required.

Exempt/Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt

APPLY TODAY and join our wonderful team and work in a setting that feels like home!!

You can also visit us online at diamondwillow.com/careers

You can also send a resume to applicant@diamondwillow.com Please include the position and Diamond Willow location that you are applying for.

Contact: DIAMOND WILLOW ASSISTED LIVING

Care Specialist

Keystone Bluffs Assisted Living

About us: Keystone Bluffs is an Assisted Living facility that started in 2001 located in Duluth, MN. Keystone Bluffs offers 80 beautiful apartments designed with single level living in mind. We are dedicated to providing quality care to our residents through compassionate care and assuring that our residents and their needs remain at the forefront of our focus!

Keystone Bluffs is hiring immediately for Certified Nursing Assistants- CNA’s and Personal Care Attendants-PCA’s.

Pay Range: Up to $15.50 based on Experience, Licensure, and Shift Differentials.
Your CNA experience will PAY at Keystone Bluffs!

Our Current Open Shifts Include:

Full-Time or Part-Time: Day Shift
Full-Time or Part-Time: Evening Shift
Full-Time or Part-Time: NOC Shift

These positions are responsible for:

Providing personal care and follow the residents care plan
Performing delegated nursing and medical care designed by the RN to maintain the residents’ physical and emotional well-being.
Accurately documenting information
Communicating with RN’s and LPN’s regarding relevant information regarding the residents
Following HIPAA rules
Benefits:

Free Meals
Paid Time Off
Medical, Dental, and Supplemental Insurances are available after 60 days of Full-Time employment.
401(k)
Reimbursement program available for those who complete the CNA course while employed, ask for program guidelines.

Qualifications
Requirements:

Great communication skills
Strong work ethic
Team-player attitudes.
Previous experience is preferred but not required.
Exempt/Non-Exempt: Non-Exempt

APPLY TODAY and join our wonderful team and work in a setting that feels like home!!

You can also visit us online at diamondwillow.com/careers

For further questions, contact our Director Of Nursing at 218-591-6233.

You can also send a resume to applicant@diamondwillow.com Please include the position that you are applying for.

Contact: Jennifer Schuldt

Design Engineer and Project Manager

Viking Automatic Sprinkler

Viking Fire Protection Group (VFPG) and its subsidiaries are more than a company. We are a family of unique individuals committed to our purpose, our values, and each other. And we believe in making our own luck, creating our own opportunities. VFPG accomplishes this by constantly innovating, finding ways to create new value and seizing new opportunities.

Protecting lives and property since 1924, VFPG and its subsidiaries specializes in Life Safety Systems. Our values are simple: integrity, quality, safety, professionalism, commitment.

What we offer:

Health, Life, Dental and Vision Insurance
Flex Spending (FSA)
401(k) Plan
Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESPP)
Profit Sharing Plan
Paid Time Off (PTO)
Paid Holidays
Fire Protection Design Engineer and Project Manager

This individual will design, coordinate, and project manage the fire sprinkler systems for commercial, industrial, and residential buildings. He or she will design and create the finished representation for the sprinkler systems using drawing and drafting skills and tools. The drawings produced will be used as a guide by every other link in the chain of construction, both on-site and in the office. This person will have responsibility for the initial planning of a project including scheduling of time, creating material stock listing, analyzing changes, and solving problems.

Job Responsibilities

Review construction contract documents and coordinate with sub-contractors and General Contractor/owner to gather the required information to design the project s sprinkler system
Through use of analytical thinking and problem solving, determine construction feasibility and systems possibilities
Create detailed drawings through extensive use of AutoCAD, AutoSprink, or HydraCAD type programs
Create stock list for all material required throughout the project
Perform hydraulic calculations
Develop initial schedules for preliminary project work
Maintain design historical records and historical records for all functions for future use
Develop positive and ongoing relationships with customers to ensure company is meeting customers expectations
Coordinate with other departments within office to ensure proper handover of job information
Conduct long range project planning and scheduling
Monitor and manage projects to comply with safety, quality, productivity, and profitability requirements
Directly manage field labor force of assigned project to assure maximum productivity
Track employee hours and crew mix rates for each project
Ensure proper staffing is in place on each project
Identify changes in projects that impact cost, schedule, or labor requirements
Make sure change orders/change estimates are completed in timely manner
Monitor project billings for accuracy and maintenance of a positive cash flow
Continually monitor progress of projects; review reports to ensure compliance with schedule and budgetary guidelines
Assist/lead during field check stage of the project
Forecast future manpower requirements
Oversee work of subcontractors
Ensure work complies with codes and permits
Administer construction contracts, approve work quality and payment requests
Report to owner and general contractor about progress and any necessary modifications required
Recommend improvements in project management procedures and overall company business practices
Job Qualifications

Engineering degree or applicable other degree from a technical school or college
Demonstrated ability with AutoCAD, AutoSprink, HydraCAD, or other specialized fire sprinkler layout software
Proven ability and track record of performing work in a timely manner and meeting deadlines
Supervisory experience is a plus
Experience in commercial, industrial, and residential construction
Detail-oriented and skilled in free hand and mechanical lettering and drawings
Willing to coordinate and work well with others
Possess excellent communication skills-written and verbal
Willing to pass a post-offer drug test, background and reference check

Pay Range:

Pay depends on your level of experience and education

Contact: Scott Kishel

Vice President Consumer Lending

Superior Choice Credit Union

Role:
This position will be responsible for ensuring strategic direction and oversight in the consumer portfolio; driving loan growth, pricing, loan product development, policy updates, portfolio management, loan origination, underwriting and production, and third party relationships. Responsible for working with the executive leadership team to develop the consumer lending strategy, project implementation and oversight of all consumer lending activity. Oversight includes, but is not limited to, direct lending (auto, personal, credit card,
recreational, etc.), indirect lending (auto, recreational, etc.), funding, underwriting and servicing.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
Directs and monitors consumer lending operations for the entire Credit Union, through subordinate manages/supervisors, to ensure the Credit Union meets established goals and objectives with respect to lending. Monitors product delivery and quality and takes action to resolve problems.
Prepares department scheduling, periodic loan department updates, and periodic reports for management’s financial and operational reports including; new loan report, loan officer statistical reports.
Develops, proposes, gains acceptance for and implements lending program policy and strategy; leads activity related to new product development with respect to lending programs.
Participates in establishment of annual department budget and monitors performance to budget throughout the year; establishes annual sales goals (in conjunction with marketing) for lending programs and initiates action to achieve established goals.
Ensures the Credit Union is in compliance with all lending regulations; develops procedural changes as compliance requires or new programs demand.
Examines, evaluates, authorizes or recommends approval of member applications for consumer loans and lines of credit. Reviews periodically for required updated financial information and field visits.
Analyzes loan data reports for any corrective action.
Performs other job related duties as assigned.

Knowledge and Skills:
Experience Eight to ten years of similar or related experience.
Education (1) A bachelor’s degree, or (2) achievement of formal certifications recognized in the industry as equivalent to a bachelor’s degree (e.g. information technology certifications in lieu of a degree).
Interpersonal Skills Work frequently involves exercising advanced conflict resolution, giving material presentations, and resolving issues impacting multiple departments or divisions. Role also requires the ability to motivate or influence others as a material part of the role, with a significant level of diplomacy and trust. Obtaining cooperation (internally and/or externally) is an important part of the role and a high level of interpersonal skills is critical to the success of this position.

Contact: Lynn Steiner

Commercial Accounts Specialist

Superior Choice Credit Union

Role:
Supports the Commercial Lending team through administration of business loan and deposit account relationships.

Essential Functions & Responsibilities:
Cross-trained in all functions of Commercial Loan Processor role. Orders and reviews due diligence and creates loan documents to ensure all loans close timely and in accordance with procedures.
Primary team member responsible for servicing related questions, payment corrections, etc. Supports processors in tracking and resolving loan servicing exceptions.
Support Commercial Operations Manager in servicing participation portfolio by remitting investor payments on participations sold. Cross train in posting payments on purchased participations.
Support COM with data integrity review, file maintenance and special projects.
Subject matter expert on business and organization deposit accounts. Answer questions from current and prospective members about new account opening procedures.
Work directly with members as needed to open accounts, change signers and other maintenance as needed especially with larger or complex relationships. Serve as account contact for certain business deposit only relationships.
Process business deposit account applications submitted online via Instant Open, backed up by COM and/ or CLPs.
Adhere to compliance procedures and participate in required compliance training; Reg GG, reporting, Verafin, etc. Knowledge of all types of accounts that are prohibited. Identify and report potential fraud.
Be a resource and role model of member service for other departments.

Knowledge and Skills:
Experience Three years to five years of similar or related experience.
Education (1) A two-year college degree, or (2) completion of a specialized certification or licensing, or (3) completion of specialized training courses conducted by vendors, or (4) job-specific skills acquired through an apprenticeship program.
Interpersonal Skills Work involves much personal contact with others inside and/or outside the organization for the purpose of first-level conflict resolution, building relationships, and soliciting cooperation. Discussions involve a higher degree of confidentiality and discretion, requiring diplomacy and tact in communication.

Other Skills
Demonstrate ability to communicate effectively in person, on phone or written format.
Be goal oriented/possess proven sales skills.
Possess good analytical skills.
Possess good keyboarding skills.
Demonstrate ability to operate a variety of personal computer programs.

Contact: Lynn Steiner

Water / Mold Restoration Technician

Dryco Restoration

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A CAREER THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE? ARE YOU LOOKING A CAREER WHERE YOU ARE DOING SOMETHING DIFFERENT EVERY DAY?

Dryco Restoration is a family owned company that specializes in cleaning and restoration of properties damaged by water, fire, mold, odor or vandalism. Dryco has been growing rapidly and is looking for highly motivated, hard working Individuals to join our great team!

Job Summary:

This position will require responding to emergency services daily, this may include water, mold, fire and smoke damage jobs. Be on call ever other week to assist in emergency service work after hours and on weekends. Assist one of the restoration leads to complete projects as instructed.

Responsibility’s

Extract standing water, demo and remove wet building materials and perform mitigation services as needed
Monitor water damage, including moisture readings and working with foreman to build a scope of work.
Packing and moving personal contents
Cleaning surfaces in the home includes hand cleaning and cleaning with equipment
Communicating with customers and responding to their needs and concerns
Cleaning warehouse, equipment and vehicles
Upload documentation and photographs into programs as needed and instructed by foreman
Requirements

Must be a person who enjoys helping people in their time of need.
Demonstrate strong character and work history
Must be a team player, have a positive attitude and a good work ethic.
Willing to work hard and do physical demanding work at times, ability to lift 75 LBS
Must be willing to work 35-60 hours per week (40 hour week is the most common)
Must have clean driving record, drivers license, be able to pass a background check, and drug test.
Experience is preferred but not essential – In house training will be provided
BENEFITS:

Paid holidays
Vacation pay after 1 year
Retirement Fund with match
After hour & Weekend double time pay!
Salary: $15.00 or more per hour ( looking for employees to grow with us)

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $15.00 – $18.00 per hour

Contact: Dryco Restoration

Drywall Finisher and Painter

Dryco Restoration

Dryco Restoration Services is looking for highly skilled drywall taper/ painter or team that is detailed oriented, professional, hard working and highly motivated to join our team. We are looking for a candidate that is highly skilled in both drywall finishing and painting, someone that can produce a high quality product in a timely manner.

Responsibility’s

Hanging drywall, patching drywall
Taping/finishing drywall, skim coatings walls and ceilings
Installing texture, matching texture to existing texture
Some plaster patching
Interior painting and exterior painting
Staining and finishing of woodwork
May need to assist in some minor finish carpentry from time to time
Requirements:

Must have experience in all levels of drywall finishing from level 1 to level 5
Must have painting experience including the use of a paint sprayer
Must be a person that can keep your work area clean and organized
Must be a team player, have a positive attitude and a good work ethic
Willing to work hard and do physical demanding work at times, ability to lift 75 LBS
Must be willing to work 35-50 hours per week ( 40 hour week is standard)
Must have a clean driving record, drivers license, be able to pass a background check and a drug test.
Will need a vehicle to get to our shop and to job sites as needed
Have some hand tools, all other tools will be provided by Dryco Restoration
Benefits:

Pay will be based on your skill level, quality of work, communication, and timeliness to complete projects
Paid holidays
Vacation
Retirement fund with match
Aflac
Bonuses
Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $40,000.00 – $60,000.00 per year

Contact: Dryco Restoration

Security Officer

Securitas Security Services, USA

To streamline the application process, please apply directly to our website at securitasjobs.com and search for Duluth, MN.

**DUE TO COVID-19, WE ARE CONDUCTING VIRTUAL INTERVIEWS**

Job Description

As a Security Officer you will perform a variety of tasks for the client, including but not limited to enforcing security policies and procedures, monitoring security systems, performing and maintaining access control for visitors and employees. Patrol the site and be watchful for hazards, possible security breaches, and/or damage/maintenance problems. Write reports, report to Site Supervisor, and provide excellent customer service for the client, employees, and visitors.

Benefits
-Weekly Pay
-Company Paid Uniforms
-Paid Training
-Education and Training Opportunities
-Medical, Vision, and Dental Insurance
-401K (matching)
-Financial & Wellness Programs
-Career Growth Opportunities

Site Specific Information
*Job Location: Duluth, MN/Superior, WI
*Position Type: Multiple Full-Time Positions (32-40 Hours)
*Wage: $13-$18 **Some Positions Offer a $500 Hiring Bonus!!**
*Schedule: Overnights, Second Shift, Day Shift, or Flex on Weekends, Weekdays, or even Combination Schedules are available!

Qualifications
Must have EXCELLENT Customer Service Skills!
Must have a High School Diploma or GED
Must be at least 18 years of age
Have a reliable means of communication (i.e., cell or home phone)
Must have RELIABLE transportation & a VALID Driver’s license
Must have the legal right to work in the United States
Must have the ability to speak, read, and write English
Must be willing to participate in the Company’s pre-employment screening process, including drug screen and background investigation Knowledge of or ability to learn security operations and procedures
Ability to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagrammatic for

Duties and Responsibilities
Observes and reports activities and incidents at an assigned client site, providing for the security and safety of client property and personnel.
Makes periodic patrols to check for irregularities and to inspect protection devices and fire control equipment.
Perform trailer checks and observe cattle unloading.
Answer phone calls, call trucks in, sign people in, and hand billings out.
Preserves order and may act to enforce regulations and directives for the site pertaining to personnel, visitors, and premises.
Controls access to client site or facility through the admittance process.
Patrols assigned site on foot or in vehicle; checks for unsafe conditions, hazards, unlocked doors, security violations, blocked entrances and exits, mechanical problems, and unauthorized persons.
Protects evidence or scene of incident in the event of accidents, emergencies, or security investigations.
Responds to incidents of fire, medical emergency, bomb threat, flooding, water discharge, elevator emergency, hazardous materials, inclement weather, and other incidents.
Prepares logs and reports as required.

*All job offers are contingent upon successful completion of our online application, Drug Test, Background Check, and Mandated Training*

EOE/M/F/Veteran/Disability

Contact: Ciera Drey

Youth Development AmeriCorps Member - KEY Zone

True North AmeriCorps

The Y’s True North AmeriCorps (TNAC) program is dedicated to enhancing long term education equity outcomes by increasing K-8th grade students’ social emotional learning (SEL) skills. TNAC members facilitate weekly interventions including positive relationship building, academic enrichment, and individualized SEL skill building with identified students at their site. By engaging positive adults as mentors to provide interventions for youth with unmet needs, the program will improve participants’ social and emotional skills, attitude towards learning, and resiliency; ultimately increasing their likelihood to graduate high school on time. This is an AmeriCorps member position.

DESCRIPTION OF SITE

KEY Zone offers structured daily afterschool programming that includes a snack and physical activity, academic enrichment and choice time. There are sites across the Duluth area at Congdon Park, Homecroft, Lakewood, Laura MacArthur Lowell, Myers Wilkins, Piedmont, and Stowe Elementary schools. Visit truenorthamericorps.org/apply to learn more and apply.

BENEFITS

Monthly Living Allowance of about $900 pre-tax

Education Award up to $4,441.50 at end of service term

Student Loan Forbearance and Interest Repayment

Free Individual YMCA Membership

Ongoing Professional Career Development

AMERICORPS ELIGIBILITY

18 years or older at start of service term

High school graduate with diploma or GED

U.S. citizen, U.S. National, or Lawful Permanent Resident Alien of the United States

Complete and successfully pass the National Criminal History Check

Automatic disqualifiers: being required to or being registered as a sex offender; being convicted of murder; being convicted of child abuse, neglect, or maltreatment; being convicted of assault or drug charges within the last year

Served no more than 3 AmeriCorps terms previously

Committed to completing the entire term of service

QUALIFICATIONS

Interest and experience volunteering or working with youth

Able to present oneself in a professional manner in a variety of settings

Computer skills including effective use of email, word processing skills, information entry into spreadsheets, and the ability to learn new technology systems

Strong written and oral communication skills effective with people from different backgrounds, cultures, and walks of life

Able to effectively manage a variety of tasks, priorities, and people

Basic CPR/AED and First Aid for adults, children, and infants. Training will be provided and paid for by the program upon start. Must be obtained within 90 days

TYPICAL SERVICE ENVIRONMENT

Noisy with many youth demanding attention in a classroom or large program space

May include a combination of inside computer / planning work in a shared office or cubicle and outside program facilitation in all weather conditions

Travel may be occasionally required for field trips or special events. Transportation can be provided.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

Visual and auditory ability to observe and respond to participant behavior, enforce safety regulations, and apply appropriate behavior-management techniques.

Physical ability to respond to situations requiring first aid. Must be able to assist youth in an emergency including lifting up to 20 pounds (fire, evacuation, illness, or injury). Possess strength and endurance to maintain constant supervision of youth.

Ability to drive and be insured for driving a Site vehicle not required but preferred.

NON-DISCRIMINATION AND EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

Qualified individuals with disabilities and those from diverse backgrounds strongly encouraged to apply. The Y provides equal opportunities to all applicants for AmeriCorps service without regards to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity/expression, marital status, military status, political affiliation, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, the Y complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request for interviews and service activities.

Contact: Emily Alworth

Director of Explore Minnesota Tourism

Explore Minnesota Tourism

Job Class: Director of Explore Minnesota Tourism
Who May Apply: Open to all qualified job seekers
Date Posted: 06/05/2021
Closing Date: 06/28/2021
Hiring Agency/Seniority Unit: Explore Minnesota Tourism / Explore MN Tourism – Managers
Division/Unit: Explore Minnesota Tourism / Tourism-Director’s Office
Work Shift/Work Hours: Day Shift
Days of Work: Monday – Friday
Travel Required: Yes – up to 20% local daytime travel with occasional overnights or national travel for conferences and meetings
Salary Range: $48.20 – $69.06/hourly; $100,642 – $144,197/annually
Classified Status: Unclassified
Bargaining Unit/Union: 220 – Manager/Unrep
FLSA Status: Exempt – Executive
Job #: 46215
Connect 700 Program Eligible: No

Minimum Qualifications To receive credit for your education and experience, your resume should clearly describe how you meet each minimum and/or preferred qualification listed, including dates of employment. Seven (7) years progressive work experience* demonstrating skills and competencies to enable success in the tourism, hospitality management, marketing, or public relations field. * Bachelor’s degree with coursework in a field that builds applicable knowledge and abilities such as tourism, hospitality management, marketing, public relations or related fields as determined by the Appointing Authority may substitute one year of experience; master’s degree may substitute for 18 months of experience; PhD may substitute for 24 months of experience. Experience must include: · Demonstrated supervisory, managerial, or leadership experience guiding and communicating with staff and partners at all levels. · Comprehensive knowledge of the travel, tourism, or hospitality industry which may include: media, cultural institutions, and trends to direct the management of innovative consumer and travel trade programs. · Developing and implement an organization’s long-range strategic plan. · Developing, directing, and managing marketing partnerships across a large organization to leverage diverse public and private resources for the promotion of tourism. · Excellent written, interpersonal and communication skills to communicate tourism-related public policy initiatives and negotiate resolution to sensitive situations and build consensus. Preferred Qualifications Experience engaging with legislative and stakeholder communities.

Knowledge specific to local MN travel market and tourism region. Established network of relationships with local community leaders and influencers to maintain positive working relationships with diverse interest groups with varied goals. Demonstrated success in the achievement of sales, revenue, and/or marketing goals. Additional Requirements This position requires successful completion of the following: Resumes of all applicants to this posting will be evaluated against the Minimum Qualifications stated above. If your skills match the required skills for this position, the department may contact you. Employee reference checks will be conducted on all finalists. This may include a review of documentation related to job performance. It includes contact with the applicant’s current and/or former employers. A Criminal Background Check will be conducted on all finalists for this position. A criminal conviction will not automatically remove you from consideration for employment. When the position requires travel and the applicant drives a state owned or leased vehicle, a driver’s license record check will be conducted. Must be legally authorized to work in country of employment without sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H1B status). Application Details Why Work For Us GREAT BENEFITS PACKAGE! The State of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefits package including low cost medical and dental insurance, employer paid life insurance, short and long term disability, pre-tax flexible spending accounts, retirement plan, tax-deferred compensation, generous vacation and sick leave, and 11 paid holidays each year.

How to Apply
Click “Apply” at the bottom of the page. If you have questions about applying for jobs, contact the job information line at 651-259-3637 from 9:00AM – 4:00PM. For additional information about the application process, go to http://www.mn.gov/careers.

Contact
If you have questions about the position, contact Nicole Genord at nicole.genord@state.mn.us. The Minnesota Explore Tourism is an equal opportunity, affirmative action, and veteran-friendly employer, and encourages all qualified candidates to apply for job opportunities. If you are an individual with a disability who needs assistance or cannot access the online job application and search tools, please contact Karen Lilledahl at 651-259-7089 or karen.lilledahl@state.mn.us. Please indicate what assistance is needed. AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

The State of Minnesota is an equal opportunity, affirmative action, and veteran-friendly employer. We are committed to providing culturally responsive services to all Minnesotans. The State of Minnesota recognizes that a diverse workforce is essential and strongly encourages qualified women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to apply. We will make reasonable accommodations to all qualified applicants with disabilities. If you are an individual with a disability who needs assistance or cannot access the online job application system, please contact the job information line at 651-259-3637 or email careers@state.mn.us. Please indicate what assistance you need.

Field Service Technician

DSC Communications

The Service Technician performs highly skilled technical and provides electronic and computer expertise for the trunked and digitally configured communications system, and associated computer & electronic support equipment. The incumbent provides Connect Plus Network system planning, managing, programming, documenting, troubleshooting, repair; along with computer aided programming, troubleshooting and repair of the P25 Public Safety radios from Minnesota and Wisconsin entities.
An in-depth knowledge of computer capabilities used in conjunction with proprietary software is a must for the optimization of Public Safety/911 communications systems. This position is given a greater level of program authority and responsibility including project management, programming, and optimization of customer systems.
The Service Technician works with a high degree of independence under broad program guidelines and general supervision of the Technical Services Manager.

Key Tasks and Duties:
• Interprets schematic diagrams and utilizes software to perform repairs and programming on portable and mobile two-way radios, mobile data terminals, voting receivers, digital microwave equipment, radio control consoles, repeaters and data base stations.
• Utilizing computer data bases, develops and coordinates routine preventative maintenance schedules on all telecommunications equipment to include portable and mobile two-way radios, base stations, and repeaters, digital microwave systems, mobile data systems, etc.
• Orders parts and materials through a computerized inventory/purchasing system to maintain inventory for routine and emergency maintenance and repairs.
• Design, implement and document unique systems, wiring and/or circuits using computer software in response to customer needs.
• Develop and coordinate routine preventative maintenance schedules on city/county 911 and simulcast communications systems.
• Utilizing proprietary software, manages customer accounts and subscribers within the DSC Connect Plus Regional Communications Network.
• Develop and implement subscriber fleet map templates for various TRBO customers and incorporate information into user data base.
• Enter programming archives into customer data base on all work performed.
• Attend IP/Networking schools and seminars as assigned to upgrade skills.
• Participate in Vendor technician training and DSC in-service training sessions; special events including communications systems activations and customer training sessions.
• Prepares program reports, correspondence and presentations with the aid of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and CAD Programs.

Knowledge Of:
• Principles and techniques of radio systems technology, programming and analysis.
• Principles and techniques of computer technology, IP and Networking.
• Report preparation, research methods, and statistical principles.
• Application and interpretation of DSC policies and procedures as well as local, state, and federal laws and regulations relevant to the program area.

Ability to:
• Coordinate and participate in radio systems analysis, design and programming.
• Analyze data and develop logical solutions to complex problems.
• Accurate identify and evaluate client needs and requirements.
• Develop and deliver clear and concise reports for intended audiences.
• Interpret applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures.
• Apply critical thinking, problem solving and collaborative approaches to improving program services.
• Effectively plan and carry out DSC policy directives and program goals in an effective and timely manner.
• Analyze situations thoroughly, identify potential problems, and find effective solutions.
• Establish and maintain positive and professional working relationships with managers, coworkers, other governmental jurisdictions, volunteers, the media and the public.
• Effectively communicate and express ideas both orally and in writing.
• Apply appropriate independent initiative, discretion, judgment and organizational skills to a variety of projects, assignments and situations.
• Understand and execute complex oral and written instructions. Apply available guidelines, policies and procedures in diverse situations.
• Prepare and present written correspondence, reports and materials in clear, correct and comprehensible terms from general notes and concepts.

Work is performed in various settings: primarily in an office environment at DSC communications, but also at customer locations. There is also limited travel to and from local and regional trainings, meetings and conferences or similar. Incumbent works with radios, spectrum analyzers, test equipment, laptop computers, network servers, desktop computers, remote connectivity including VPN and remote desktop, telephones, and other general office equipment that require detailed dexterity.

Contact: Jeff Manion

Mutual Mentoring & Five Points Program Advocate

Mentor North

Title: Mutual Mentoring & Five Points Program Advocate
Reports to: Mentor North Director of Programs
Job Type: Part Time (21-30 hrs/week)
Hourly Rate & Benefits: $15/hr, vacation, sick, holiday, health insurance available
Revision Date: 4/26/2021

Position Summary: The mission of Mentor North is “to celebrate youth and their families with one-on-one mentorship and community engagement.” The Program Advocate position is responsible for overseeing a caseload of Five Points and Mutual Mentoring Matches.

The position is highly flexible; staff meetings are required for attendance, otherwise Program Advocates create their own schedules and hours may vary week to week based on various needs. The Mentor North team is small, making for a dynamic and engaging organizational culture that is rooted in support and growth. We see and recognize the systematic oppressions that negatively impact people of color, women, people from working class backgrounds, LGBTQQ, and people with varying abilities. Because we believe that these communities must be centered in the work that we do, we strongly encourage people from these or who are members of other marginalized communities to apply. Our organizational goal is to create a vibrant and inclusive mentorship community.

Essential functions:

Program Advocacy of Matched Caseload (100%, or 21-30 hrs/week)
– Conduct mentor screening activities and match meetings with incoming participants.
– Maintain a caseload up to 40 active matches for both the Five Points and Mutual Mentoring Programs (80 matches total). Contact all mentors every 4-6 weeks checking in on the match.
– Provide information, support and resources to mentors by maintaining regular contact and informing caseloads of program expectations, activities, and policy.
– Document all case notes of interactions with mentors, and approve mentor logs on caseload in Civicore.
– Maintain accurate mentor and mentee filing and paperwork procedures.
– Actively participate in weekly case consultation meetings and monthly all staff meetings, reporting on matches, progress, and issues for feedback
– Conduct match ending evaluation interviews with mentors and facilitate the match closing process.
– Maintain accurate up-to-date case files of all enrolled matches.
– Assist with grant reporting as needed.

Preferences/Job Qualifications:
– An ability to work independently, set goals, and carry out initiatives.
– Two years of relevant health/human services experience.
– Understanding of dynamics of oppression, racism, ageism, ableism, classism and sexism.
– Lived or personal experience working with BIPOC communities preferred.
– Ability to plan, coordinate and communicate effectively with mentors and staff members for inquiries.

Email resume, cover letter, and three references to Erin Moldowski at emoldowski@mentorduluth.org. For additional questions or inquiries, please email Erin or call at 218-606-2772. Deadline to apply is Friday, May 28th, 2021.

Mentor North does not discriminate on the basis of ethnicity/race, color, creed, spiritual or religious beliefs, gender identity, age ancestry, national origin, affectional preference, marital status, reproductive choice etc. Mentor North encourages individuals with diverse backgrounds to apply.

Contact: Erin Moldowski

Teller 23 hrs. Denfeld Branch

Wells Fargo

Important Note: If you are selected to move forward in the process, next steps for this job may include an on-line assessment and a video screen. Please make sure your profile includes a current email address that you check regularly (including your spam folder) as the invitations for these activities will be emailed to you. For internal candidates, you must apply via the Jobs site on Teamworks or Teamworks at Home and please ensure your profile lists a personal (external) email address as your primary email address so you can receive communications and complete these potential activities. Please refer to the Team Member Handbook for more information on the Internal Job Opportunities Process.

To participate in some selection activities you will need to respond to an invitation. The invitation can be sent by both email and text message. In order to receive text message invitations, your profile must include a mobile phone number designated as “Personal Cell” or “Cellular” in the contact information of your application.

At Wells Fargo, we are looking for talented people who will put our customers at the center of everything we do. We are seeking candidates who embrace diversity, equity and inclusion in a workplace where everyone feels valued and inspired.

Help us build a better Wells Fargo. It all begins with outstanding talent. It all begins with you.

Consumer and Small Business Banking (CSBB) is at the center of our efforts to rebuild trust and transform the way we serve our customers and clients. The CSBB organization is focused on innovating and transforming our business with the customer at the center, better enabling customers to engage with us how, when, and wherever they choose through a broad suite of financial products and services. While we are pleased to be an industry leader in many consumer and small business areas, including retail deposits, debit card transaction and purchase volume, and small business lending, our primary goal is delivering for our customers. Our market positions are an outcome of great work by employees who are committed to serving our customers. We want to build a strong value proposition for key consumer and small business segments by identifying gaps and opportunities and building capabilities to transform how we engage customers and deliver advice.

Branch Banking serves more than 70 million consumer and small business customers through a distribution network consisting of retail branches, ATMs, and online and digital channels, offering financial products and services to consumers and small businesses through approximately 5,200 retail banking branches and more than 13,000 ATMs in 36 states and Washington, D.C. Branch Banking includes the Affluent Segment and Strategy team and Wells Fargo At WorkSM, the Business Development Office, Business Initiatives, Business Performance & Accountability, Distribution Strategies, Future Banking, and Regional Banking.

As a teller at Wells Fargo you will spend your time interacting with customers focused on providing exceptional customer service and building relationships. You will engage customers in conversations and share ways Wells Fargo can help to meet their financial needs.
Your responsibilities include:
• Engaging customers in conversations, listening to them, and proactively helping to meet their financial needs
• Asking questions to get to know the customer to build relationships
• Introducing customers to another branch team member or sharing digital options that may make banking easier for them.
• Working as a part of a team to help customers succeed financially
• Following policies and procedures to minimize risk
• Accurately and efficiently processing transactions
• Maintaining a cash drawer including taking in and giving out cash and balancing

Please note: Based on the volume of applications received, this job posting may be removed prior to the indicated close date. If you do not apply prior to the closing of this posting, we encourage you to apply for other opportunities with Wells Fargo.
Required Qualifications:
•1+ year of experience interacting with people, demonstrated through work, military, or education
Desired Qualifications:
•Customer service focus with experience handling complex transactions across multiple systems
•Ability to influence, educate, and connect customers to technology
•Ability to interact with integrity and professionalism with customers and team members
•Ability to meet or exceed performance objectives
•Experience working with others on a team to meet customer needs
•Cash handling experience
•Ability to follow policies, procedures, and regulations
•Ability to identify potential fraud/risky accounts and take appropriate action to prevent loss
•Well-organized, independent and able to prioritize in a fast paced environment
•Ability to exercise judgment, raise questions to management, and adhere to policy guidelines
•Customer service focus with experience actively listening, eliciting information, comprehending customer issues/needs, and recommending solutions
•Relevant military experience including working with military protocol and instructions, enlisted evaluations, officer/leadership reporting
•Relevant military experience including working in personnel benefits management, processing military personnel orders or transitions, wartime readiness operations, human resources or military recruiting

Job Expectations:
•Ability to stand for extended periods of time
•Ability to work weekends and holidays as needed or scheduled

Benefits:
Visit https://www.wellsfargo.com/about/careers/benefits for benefits information.

All offers for employment with Wells Fargo are contingent upon the candidate having successfully completed a criminal background check. Wells Fargo will consider qualified candidates with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state and Federal law, including Section 19 of the Federal Deposit Insurance Act.

Relevant military experience is considered for veterans and transitioning service men and women.

Wells Fargo is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran/Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation.

Go to wellsfargojobs.com and search for 5570358

MN-Duluth: 3931 W Superior St – Duluth, MN

Multilingual speakers are encouraged to apply

Contact: Lynn Jenkins

Job Fair May 24-26

Mary Kraft HR

Come for an hour, leave with a job offer.

Join Mary Kraft HR for an in-person job fair in Duluth, Minnesota.

Looking for candidates interested in learning more about entry level insurance claims positions. No direct prior experience required!

When: May 24-26 by appointment.

For more information and to register call 844-383-1498 or email info@marykraft.com.

Kitchen Staff

Ridgeview Country Club

Various positions, from prep to line cook, seasonal job paying according to experience from $12 to $20/hour with service charges and free golf as added bonus. Hiring on the spot, willing to train any positive assets we can add to our team!

Contact: Dan Osterhus

Social Media Manager and Copywriter​

Wild State Cider

We’re looking for an expert level social media manager with nerd-out level passion for digital brand building. You’re the kind of person that digs deep on analytics and algorithms. You’re an excellent copywriter with experience growing a brand and engaging followers with your unmatched wordsmithing. You’re equally comfortable in front of and behind a camera, and understand what it takes to craft a beautiful image. You’ve got a ton of ideas and just need the right place to run with them. Results speak for themselves and you love the freedom that comes with a job well done.

Responsibilities

  • Create, plan and execute content for multiple social channels and our website

  • Respond authentically to all follower interactions and communication

  • Strategically grow social media following where it matters using a research based approach

  • Manage and grow brand email list

  • Manage and improve company website and blog

  • Present opportunities for growth and take them on

  • Successfully manage ad accounts by increasing ROI through AB testing and other data driven approaches

Must have

– extreme ability to stay organized

– superb writing skills and adherence to grammar rules

– creativity and willingness to try new things

– proven experience growing a B2C brand through social media

– previous experience managing five figure social ad budgets

– expert understanding of social media channels and trends

– a sense of humor

– strong sense of good design

– willingness to grow through opportunity and feedback

– Bachelor’s degree in English, Marketing, Communications or equivalent

Nice to have

– passion for craft brands

– knowledge of the cider industry

Benefits and more

– untracked paid time off policy, take what you need

– competitive salary

– 401k plan with company matching

– company paid health reimbursement plan

– company discount

– free cider

How to apply

Email info@wildstatecider your resume and include a cover letter that makes you stand out. Please write “Social Media” in the subject line. Include a link to any content you have created and are proud to share. Applications without cover letters will not be considered. Applications will be reviewed upon receipt.

Taproom Bartender

Wild State Cider

Wild State Cider is on the lookout for easy going, motivated people lovers to join our team as taproom bartenders. Our taproom bartenders represent the first interaction any guest has in our taproom and serve as ambassadors to our brand, quality cider, and the local craft-made industry. Sound like you?

Here’s what you’ll do:

  • Be personable, authentic, and fun; build genuine connections with the Wild State Cider team and our guests.

  • Serve ciders in the taproom, as well as ice cream and food pairings.

  • Prepare food items for guests.

  • Serve as an educator to guests with regards to the origins and creation of our products.

  • Effectively use a computerized point of sale system to sell all food, beverages, and merchandise.

  • Perform regular cleaning and upkeep duties in the taproom, delegated to each shift.

  • Embrace duties related to the inherent responsibility of serving alcohol (Examples: Age verification, avoiding over-serving, etc).

Who you are:

  • Kind, positive, easy going.

  • Passionate about the mission of our brand; celebrating and protecting what’s wild.

  • At least 1 year industry related experience preferred.

  • Enthusiastic about cider and the craft beverage community as a whole.

  • Able to work predominantly afternoon, evening, and weekend hours.

  • At least 21 years old.

  • Willing to help out wherever is needed.

Bonus points if you have:

  • A sense of humor.

  • A leadership initiative pursuant to the growth and success of the taproom.

  • Previous bar, restaurant, or guest service experience.

  • Cider/wine or craft beverage knowledge or experience.

Wild State Core Values

Our team believes in going the extra mile, being positive, working as a team, growing & embracing change, tackling obstacles, and making work fun.

Email allison@wildstatecider.com your resume and attach a PDF cover letter that explains why you’re the best fit for the job and which aquatic mammal is best. Please write “I’m your next Bartender” in the subject line. ​If you do not include a cover letter, we are unable to consider your application. This is your chance to wow us, think big. Please no drop-ins.

Applications will be reviewed upon receipt.

Brand Ambassador

Wild State Cider

Brand Ambassadors serve as a representative to the Wild State Cider brand at various off-site sampling and special events. This includes pouring, educating, and marketing our ciders to guests, festival attendees. Ideal ambassadors are easy-going, love quality cider, and have a natural personality to get along with anyone over a good drink.

Team members are needed at various locations across the Twin Cities region.

COMPENSATION: Tasting team members will earn $20.00 per hour for events, members will receive a branded t-shirt to wear at all tasting events and a free cider allowance to take home. For larger festivals, off-site vendors typically receive free admission to the entire event before and after the time they are working.

REQUIREMENTS:

At least 21 years of age.
Have your own means of transportation to and from events.
Enthusiastic about cider, our brand, and the craft beverage community.

APPLICATION: Interested candidates should fill out this form and we will follow up with registration. If you have any other questions about the program, send an email to info@wildstatecider.com

Tenant Coordinator

ShipRock Management

Description: ShipRock is looking for a highly motivated employee with excellent Communication skills, who is an energetic self starter; to fulfill an in-office role. With a young and aggressive outlook on business, we are looking to find a good match for our office culture.

Specific Functions: Handling inbound phone calls, Collecting rent payments, Processing new tenant applications, Filing, Data entry, Sending Letters, Schedule administration for apartment viewings, Following up with Prospective Tenants, coordinating Move in and Move out processes, processing maintenance work orders.

Needed Skills : Strong communication skills (both phone & in person), basic use on Microsoft Office Software, Internet Savvy, Excellent organization skills, Ability to learn quickly, Computer skills (Ability to use Microsoft Office and learn how to use a management database) 1 -2 years office experience required.

Please submit Resume to: Kristi@shiprockmanagement.com

Contact: Kristi

pizzaiolo

Vitta Pizza

Looking for fun, energetic people to join our pizza making team at Vitta Pizza! Located in the heart of Canal Park. Our hours are until 9 p.m. weekdays & 10 p.m. weekends so no late nights. Apply in person & ask for Alinia. Grazie!

Contact: Alina Oswald

Advertising/Digital Sales Position - Duluth, MN

Midwest Communications

Midwest Communications, Inc. and Duluth’s top rated radio group is seeking a full-time Advertising/Digital Sales person. Duluth is on the shores of Lake Superior, 4 colleges, one of the top tourist destinations in the Midwest and only 2 hours away from the Twin Cities.
You must be a high achieving, self-motivated, pro-active problem solver who is tenacious and money motivated. If you are competitive and know sales and can meet the following requirements, we want to talk to you:

• Have at least two years of success in commissioned sales experience.
• Have great prospecting skills.
• Are a highly motivated individual.
• Have excellent verbal and written communications skills.
• Have exceptional customer service skills.
• Like to be compensated well for hard work.

Duties include meeting with customers, developing meaningful relationships, developing promotional ideas, attaining sales goals, researching co-op & presenting ideas to customers. Exceptional service a must.

Candidates for this position should be competitive, hard working, goal oriented, and a self-starter. Creative problem solving abilities are a must. A valid driver’s license and a good driving record are required for this position.

We will provide the best training in the business and offer a very competitive compensation package and a full benefits package.

If you have a track record of success and achievement, please send cover letter and resume TODAY to: Vice President, Market Manager, Scott Christensen at scott.christensen@mwcradio.com, fax to 218-722-5423 or mail to Scott’s attention at: Midwest Communications, Inc., 11 East Superior Street, Ste. 380, Duluth, MN 55802.

Midwest Communications, Inc. is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer by choice.

Contact: Scott Christensen

Traffic/Accounting Position

Midwest Communications

You say you don’t have a voice for radio, but you do have an interest in working in the exciting broadcast industry. We have good news for you! There are lots of people who work “behind the scenes” at Midwest Communications, Incorporated and we currently have an immediate full-time opening for one of those people.

Midwest Communications is looking for a traffic person in our Duluth, MN office.

This individual will handle the scheduling of commercial announcements as well as the preparation of billing, invoices, affidavits of performance, and other general office tasks.

The perfect person for the traffic position must have good customer service skills, good computer skills and typing ability as well as the ability to work under deadlines.

Accounts receivable with billing experience is preferred but not required.

If you’re interested in joining our Duluth, MN staff in this traffic position, e-mail your resume and letter of introduction to Office Manager, Sarah Pugliese at sarah.pugliese@mwcradio.com, fax to Sarah’s attention at 218-722-4321 or mail to Sarah’s attention at 11 East Superior Street, Ste. 380, Duluth, MN 55802.

Midwest Communications, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer by choice.

Contact: Sarah Pugliese

Night Auditor

Holiday Inn & Suites

**Up to $1000 Hiring Bonus**

Come join a professional Hospitality Team in Downtown Duluth!

We are a well-established 338 room property located in the heart of Downtown Duluth with easy access to many local businesses and the Duluth Transportation Center.

Duties include balancing out the days business transactions for both the hotel and the food and beverage outlets. Prepare financial reports and submit to Hotel Management. Check guests in and out of hotel as needed. Assist guess with luggage and other requests. Answer phones and take reservations. Other Duties as assigned.

Positions FT with hours being 11 pm – 7 am, weekends included.

Wage: $13.00 per hour plus the hiring bonus.

Our award-winning property not only offers a positive work environment with flexible scheduling, but also many other benefits including:  health & life insurance, 401k retirement plans, uniforms, and vacation/PTO time, and holiday pay.  Our company also offers a scholarship program to UMD students (open to both employees and their families).

Apply in person at the front desk of the hotel or on-line at www.hiduluth.com.

Contact: Holiday Inn & Suites

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