Our members and their labor needs are important to us. We try to assist them by providing an area here where available jobs can be posted to meet their requirements and those of our community as well.
TITLE: Program Administrator
SUPERVISOR: Executive Director
Closes: 3/21/18, 4 pm
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Program Administrator will be responsible for developing and managing incubator business programs and special events, marketing and promotion of those programs, and the administration of general support procedures to maintain essential functions of the incubator.
Organize and facilitate business workshops and events.
Manage a Membership donor program.
Manage Room Rental program.
Manage OzSBI functions including electronic key cards, Xerox machine, and phone system.
Organize Small Business Week and other networking events.
Provide customer service to clients and visitors.
Meet with prospective clients and provide program information.
Develop and implement marketing strategies for incubator and its programs.
Design promotional material for OzSBI, events and clients.
Write copy for flyers, advertisements and news releases.
Manage marketing outreach and distribution of content.
Create and update website content.
Conduct social media campaigns.
Bookkeeping and Administrative Support
Develop and maintain organizational procedures.
Prepare monthly reports for the board of directors.
Maintain records of projects, track outcomes and monitor the development of the incubator programs.
Understand and maintain databases and technology systems.
Participate in strategic planning for incubator program.
The Program Administrator will be responsible for working with administrative staff to ensure the timely outcome of projects.
Education/Experience: A Bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance, marketing, or a related business degree is preferred. Or an Associate’s degree in those fields and 5 years’ experience in office management, business development, sales and marketing, and/or public relations.
Skills: Organized and detail-oriented. Creative thinker. Basic business knowledge. Strong written and oral communication skills. Excellent interpersonal skills and a team player. Excellent customer service skills. Public speaking and teaching skills. Proficient with computer technology including Microsoft Office, Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, and PDF files.
Salary is commensurate with experience in the field. There is opportunity for advancement in this position. Benefits include vacation, holiday and health care.
This position is 40 hours per week. Some evenings and weekends may be required.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications are available at the Ozarks Small Business Incubator at the address shown below. Please email cover letter, application form and resume with three references to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail or deliver to:
Ozarks Small Business Incubator
408 Washington Ave
West Plains, MO 65775
All applications must be received by March 21, at 4 pm to receive full consideration. If you have questions, please contact Heather W. Fisher at 417-256-9724 or by emailing email@example.com.
The Ozarks Small Business Incubator is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. All voice telephone numbers may be reached by persons using TTY/TDD equipment via the MO Relay Service at 711.
37th Judicial CASA
Executive Director Job Description Summary
Mission: “The mission of the 37th Judicial Court Appointed Special Advocates (“CASA”) is to support and promote volunteer advocacy so every abused or neglected child in Howell, Oregon, Carter, and Shannon counties can be safe, have a permanent home, and the opportunity to thrive.”
We at the 37th CASA seek a management leader who is committed to the well-being of children and has a history of working with or on behalf of children in some capacity. This person will carry primary responsibility for leading the organization towards the goal of providing advocacy for every child in state custody in our 4-county circuit for whom a judge requests a volunteer advocate. The Executive Director reports to and is accountable to the 37th Judicial CASA Board of Directors. The Executive Director, together with the Board and Volunteer Coordinator(s), is responsible for the overall management of the organization and all aspects of the organizations operations. The Executive Director works with the Board to set strategy for the 37th CASA and implements plans to ensure the mission of our agency is fulfilled and we are financially secure.
Key Job Responsibilities
Resource Development and Maintenance
- Research and prepare grant proposals and other funding applications. Our current grants to maintain include United Way, Victims of Crime Act, Missouri CASA, National CASA, and Community Foundation of West Plains. Prepares reports as required by each grant or contract.
- Maintain a donor base and tracking system for both monetary and non-monetary resources.
- Chair and champion of fundraising committee, working with the Board and other volunteer resources (develops non-advocate volunteer base).
Agency Program Planning and Execution
- Attend 30 hours of pre-service volunteer training, (as soon as classes are available) and supervise 10-15 volunteer advocates, with direction from the Volunteer Coordinator.
- Meet weekly with program staff (Volunteer Coordinator(s), Office Staff) to determine and discuss problems and plans involving volunteers (recruitment, training, screening, and supervision) and deliverables of our mission.
- Meet regularly with Court, Juvenile Office, Guardian Ad Litem, and Children’s Division staff, keeping all informed of relevant activities, issues, and problem-solving.
- Develop and maintain relationships with sister agencies: United Way, Birthday Blessings, Chaffee, etc.
- Develop and implement strategic plans to ensure agency health; 1 year, 5 year, and 10 year timeframes. Review and report to the Board agency progress in comparison to goals and objectives set to meet the strategic plans.
- Assure agency compliance with National and Missouri CASA standards (e.g., policies and procedures compliant; audit schedule).
- Attend and work with National and Missouri CASA through required conference and meeting attendance.
Community and Public Relations, with the Volunteer Coordinator as partner, serve the children and mission of CASA by reaching out to civic organizations, clubs, and individuals throughout the 37th Circuit with fund and friend rising.
- Develop and implement a strategy for public relations with the purpose of recruiting volunteers, increasing public awareness of the CASA program, the plight of abused children in our community, and establishing community and corporate supporters of our program.
- Create and/or oversee the timely development and release of press packets (website updates, print newspaper, radio PSAs, social media (FB), etc.) and public relations material used to increase public awareness of our needs (donors, volunteers).
- Develop and implement a public speaking engagement strategy (churches, civic organizations, etc.) with the goal of recruiting new volunteers and developing new donors.
- Engage in Facebook postings regarding issues of childhood development, child abuse and neglect prevention and other topics relevant to the well-being of children.
- Lead the hiring effort and supervise administrative and management staff.
- Write and revise, as necessary, the job descriptions for all staff (except Executive Director).
- Prepare and deliver annual performance evaluations and development plans (oral and written) for all staff.
Board of Directors Liaison
- Develop and deliver a Board pre-read packet at least one week in advance of the Board meeting. Includes: financial reporting, highlights, and issues required for Board action. Works with the Board President to develop the meeting’s agenda. Attends all Board meetings.
- Oversees implementation of all Board directives, policies and procedures.
- Serves as liaison between the Board and agency staff.
- Keeps Board apprised of agency operations, changes, and problems.
- Monitors Board/Committee activities and attends Committee meetings (Personnel, Finance, and Fundraising).
- Assists Board orientation for all new Board members.
- Manages day-to-day fiscal operations.
- Submits monthly and quarterly financial reports and retains documentation to substantiate those reports.
- Receives bills, pays invoices and updates the accounting system with oversight by the treasurer and within the scope of responsibility as granted by the Board (e.g., authorized spending limit, paying regular bills, etc.).
- Works with the Treasurer to develop the agency’s annual budget and required preparation/participation with audits.
Candidates must have a strong commitment to the goal of providing quality advocacy for every child for which our court requests one; experience working with or on behalf of children; experience working with or as a volunteer; ability to speak to groups for the purpose of friend and fundraising. Candidates have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree or relevant work experience; advanced degrees in Business or Public Administration, social work, psychology, or related areas are a bonus. Must demonstrate strong skills in fiscal management, leadership, personnel management, resource development and maintenance, agency and program planning, and public relations. Previous experience working with volunteers and non-profit agencies, and knowledge and understanding of child abuse and neglect, families in crisis, and other social services skills are given priority. Other skills required: computer (document creation and storage/word processing, worksheets, QuickBooks, etc.), grant writing, and fundraising. Must be self-motivated, with high moral and ethical standards, and have excellent judgment. Must be able to work evenings/weekends occasionally, when necessary. Continuous education (12 hours annually) is a requirement.
In our area, understanding culture is critical in effective public outreach. Culture can be more than age, race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, or religion. Equally or sometimes even more important domains include knowledge (or lack thereof), attitude/viewpoint, skills, values, practices, beliefs, economics, multi-generational history with the area, and “townie” vs. remote rural. From our Board, our staff, and our volunteers, effective advocacy is based on a true understanding of the children and the environment from which they come or have been thrust into as wards of the State. This also is evident in our challenge at times to coordinate effectively benefits across social services (Children’s Division; Juvenile Office) as these organizations can have their own internal “cultures” as well. Effective, culturally sensitive services to our children are ultimately at the interface between our volunteer advocates and our children, but the tone and precedent is set from our organization’s leadership.
The Ozark Radio Network is looking for a Marketing Consultant to join our Growing Sales Team in our Northern Territory (Willow Springs, Cabool, Houston, Mtn. Grove and Ava). We are the areas leader in broadcast and digital marketing that continues to expand our services all over the region. The qualified candidate must have the ability and passion to meet new people, develop relationships, excellent presentation skills and exhibit a desire to help a business of any size grow through radio and digital marketing. These positions require individuals who are highly organized, extremely positive, enthusiastic, computer savvy and goal oriented. Sales experience preferred but willing to train the right candidate with other applicable experience and a demonstrated record of success.
Send your resume to ozarkradionetwork.com
The Ozark Radio Network is an equal opportunity employer.
Servers and Bartenders Wanted! Lunch and dinner shifts-must be 18 to apply. Apply in person Monday-Thursday 2:00p.m.-4:00 p.m. at the restaurant or online at www.apply.wpcoltons.com
Rent One Manager-in-Training – West Plains, MO
Must have Previous Retail Management Experience!
Join the Elite Rent One Management Team
Daytime Store Hours: Monday – Saturday – 9 – 6 Closed on Sunday
Apply – www.shoprentone.com/careers
Great Starting Salary (Must be willing to relocate after training)
Full-Time Positions – Full-Time Benefits Package
Rent One operates 73 locations
Hiring Team Members with positive attitudes, great work ethics, and superior skills!
Benefits Include:• Medical, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance• Paid Vacation• 401(k) Retirement Plan/Company Match• Closed Sundays & Most Holidays• Health and Wellness Awareness• Opportunities for Advancement
Missouri State University-West Plains is accepting applications for a Coordinator, Small Business & Technology Development Center. Provides consultation services to small businesses, coordinates training seminars & classes designed for small business owners in south central Missouri. Bachelor’s degree in Business, Engineering, Management, or related field required; MBA preferred. For additional qualifications & application procedures: https://jobs.missouristate.edu. Salary: $38,442 – $51,815 Annually. Successful candidates must be committed to working with diverse student & community populations. Employment will require a criminal background check at University expense.
EO/AA/Minority/Female/Veterans/Disability/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity Employer and Institution.
The West Plains Country Club has open positions for cook and servers. These positions are part time, approximately 15-25 hours a week.
Daily Duties would include: Cooking and preparation of food, dish washing, general computer operations, greeting members, and waiting tables. Employment Requirements are valid driver license, ability to pass drug screening. You must be available to work days, evenings and weekends.
Expected Compensations include minimum wage for cooks. Servers will receive server minimum wage plus tips.