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ACCOUNTING MANAGER: Pay: 55,000K/year; Hours: Full-Time; REF #3265084

REF #3265084
OVERVIEW:
The Accounting Manager will conduct research or analysis on financial data and prepare reports for management and the board of directors. The Accounting Manager is responsible for directing the annual budget process and ensuring that department leaders receive support. They will also oversee the process of ensuring that budget data is properly loaded into internal systems. In addition, the Accounting Manager will research and report on department variances each month, working as needed to educate leaders to understand their numbers and their impact on the overall finances of the ministry.
QUALIFICATIONS:
This position requires a solid fundamental comprehension of the practice of recording, classifying, examining, and analyzing the data and records of financial transactions.
The primary responsibility of the Accounting Manager is to assure completion of day-to-day accounting operations, assuring that they are carried out in accordance with established accounting principles, policies, and objectives. This includes oversight of internal Accounting Specialist to ensure that general ledger accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, and payroll are accurate.
The Accounting Manager reviews, approves details and processes transactions consistent with an understanding of mission and vision, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), and D2S policies and procedures.
The Accounting Manager plans and prepares necessary documentation for the annual audit, serving as the primary liaison with external auditors.
The Accounting Manager will promote accuracy and consistency in all accounting records and will develop, monitor and improve internal accounting controls.
The Accounting Manager often works independently, within broadly defined work objectives and limited (detailed) review of overall results. As such the work requires technical accuracy and compliance with instructions through spot checks, appraisal of results, subsequent processing, analysis of reports and statements, and other appropriate means.
The Accounting Manager serves as a member of the CORE Team, bringing expertise to promote the overall efficiency and effectiveness of the team. This leadership responsibility includes a priority for development of direct report staff in the accounting department.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
Pay: 55000.00/year
Hours: Full-Time
Location: Wheat Ridge, Colorado
REF: #3265084
Does this sound like the right fit for you? Then contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process! 

CIVIL RIGHTS SPECIALIST: Hours: Full-time; REF #3262090

This department is filling a Civil Rights Specialist focused on subcontractor compliance support in Denver. In this position, you will provide technical support and analysis for the company's Civil Rights Business Resource Center (CRBRC) subcontractor compliance, including front-end user support for software systems, make recommendations for process and system enhancements, and learn to conduct audits, monitor compliance, and train others on regulations and software. Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form if this sounds interesting to you, and learn more information and get started with the application process! 

 

Major duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Provide front-end helpdesk support and user-training on Civil Rights software systems (B2GNow) for construction contractors.
  • Use knowledge of related laws, regulations, and processes to recommend effective ways to apply the software systems in an efficient manner to support contractor compliance.
  • Develop and implement methods to track data related to customer and system issues that can be used to generate reports for further analysis.
  • Provide customer interface/support for software systems via email and phone.
  • Conduct analysis on the common issues being faced by users and develop recommendations to streamline processes within the systems.
  • Escalate complex issues to the Construction Compliance Supervisor and provide input on the most effective ways to address gaps through existing training sessions and resources.
  • Develop, implement and monitor subcontractor civil rights compliance processes and programs on construction projects, including sublet approval and Commercially Useful Function (CUF) processes.
  • Learn to conduct audits and monitoring to ensure compliance with federal and state laws and regulations by developing audit plans, compiling findings, identifying trends and generating reports. 
  • Assist in developing and delivering training related to software systems and regulations to internal and external stakeholders to ensure statewide consistency.
  • Learn to evaluate system reports to recommend process changes for increased effectiveness and stream-lined, consistent processes.
  • Other job duties as assigned.

 

Work Environment:

  • Primarily 8:00 am – 5:00 pm work hours, Monday-Friday
  • Travel required during work day to attend meetings and visit project sites
  • Must occasionally attend meetings and events after hours including evenings and weekends

 MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS, SUBSTITUTIONS, CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT & APPEAL RIGHTS:

This experience must be specifically documented on your application. Additional information submitted after the closing date of this announcement will not be considered in the review of your application.

  • A bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Business Administration, Public Administration, Political Science, Economics, Engineering, Information Technology/Computer Science, or a closely related field (A copy of your transcript must be submitted to verify this requirement.) 
  • AND at least one year of full-time professional work experience with a primary focus on integrating business needs and processes with software functionality including troubleshooting end user computer issues and/or construction contract compliance.

Pay: $44K-54K/year

Hours: Full-Time

Location: Denver

REF #3262090

MOBILIZATION LOGISTICS COORDINATOR: Hours: Full-time; REF #3303647

 Purpose: The purpose of the Mobilization Logistics Coordinator is to provide administrative and creative assistance specifically to the short-term mobilization team. This includes things like pre-commit engagement, post-commit care, document and flight tracking and serving as the information hub for the team.
The Mobilization Logistics Coordinator will also work closely with the Senior Manager of Short-Term Programs to refine systems, processes, and overall workflow efficiencies for short-term mobilization team.
If this sounds like the perfect fit for you, contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process! 
Duties & Responsibilities:
Pre-Commit Engagement
· To oversee the development of content touches to keep the company in front of candidates throughout the year. This includes (but not limited to) writing content for text and email blasts, initiating video shoots, and working with other departments to generate creative touches.
· Create and follow a yearlong calendar of touches ranging in style, tone, execution, purpose, and delivery.
Post-Commit Care
·  To oversee the development of content that keeps all short-term teachers committed and feeling cared for prior to their summer departure.
·  Distribute program materials and swag boxes to committed teachers.
·  Bring new, creative ideas to the table on a consistent basis; reaching out to various departments (as well as researching other organizations) to develop industry leading methods of candidate engagement.
Document & Flight Tracking
·  Collect and organize hundreds of documents needed to send people overseas.
·  Follow-up with candidates as needed, to ensure all documents are turned in prior to the deadline.
·  Submits applications and acquires visas for all summer teachers.
·  Work with travel agency to coordinate and book all international flights for committed teachers.
·  Organize all flight details so that the team can easily see and track needed information.
Organizing Information
·  Work with Country and Program Directors overseas to update and maintain country/program specific information on Canvas (the online platform we use to share programmatic details).
·  Manage the master calendar that hosts programmatic details for each country of service.
·  Assist the Senior Manager, Short-Term Programs in special projects that relate to key partnerships and new mobilization initiatives.
·  Call short-term candidates during the heavy inquiry months of October through January, as seen fit by the Senior Manager, Short-Term Programs.
·  Constantly analyzes information in our CRM to ensure the team is having frequent touches with their candidates.
Qualifications:
·  Bachelor’s degree. Preference given to those with degrees in project management, counseling, business or international relations.
·  Highly organized and efficient self-starter.
·  Creative, big-picture, strategic thinker.
·  Team player with a competitive edge. Someone able to work alongside others, but self-motivated enough to excel beyond expectations.
·   Excellent communicator. Someone with the ability to motivate others through written and verbal communication.
·   Commitment to the purpose, vision, and mission of the organization.
·   Committed Christian
Hours: Full-Time
Location: Fort Collins, CO
REFERENCE #3303647

ADVENTURE EDUCATION INTERN: Pay; $600-900/ month; Hours: Full-time, August-May; REF #3269916

The Adventure Guide Internship is a leadership building program designed for college-aged students interested in pursuing a career in Christian camp ministry, outdoor education, or experiential education. This internship includes hands-on training, practical experience, personal reflective evaluation, and leadership training and development.
The Internship will take place at a multi-site Christian camp and retreat center in northeastern Oklahoma. It was founded in 1958 as “A valley set apart for the glory of God.” Our mission is to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ and equip believers for ministry. Our strategic vision revolves around launching Christlike leaders to change the world and we do this through summer camps, adventure education programs, weekend retreats, and a mentoring ministry in our local community’s school system. Interns will get to experience all aspects of a large camp ministry.
The Adventure Guide Internship is a nine-month program and the learning and experience will primarily be through the Adventure Education Department. Internship participants or “Adventure Guides” will be trained as instructors for schools that come to the camp to participate in Adventure Education programs while also completing college-level course work and readings centered on philosophy, theory, and practice of outdoor education and ministry. During this time Adventure Guides will work with the nearly 5,000 students that come for Adventure Education throughout the year.
When not working directly with Adventure Education programming Adventure Guides will have the opportunity to experience other critical aspects of camp ministry. Some of these are weekend retreats, housekeeping, food service, camp administration, building maintenance, grounds, summer programs, and the Colcord Launch Center.
Adventure Guides fulfill a vital role in fulfilling our mission. Our Adventure Education program is a fantastic way for new kids and families to get connected with our larger ministry. Adventure Guides are the secret (or not so secret) sauce that make this program successful.
If you’re accepted into this internship program you will get hands-on work experience, earn various professional certifications, and be intentionally discipled and developed during your nine-month tenure. We will provide room and partial board and a stipend of $800-$950/month.
Sound interesting? Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process! 
General Qualifications:
Program Details
  •  Have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, exhibiting evidence of a consistent, growing, daily walk.
  •  Be in agreement with the camp's purpose, statement of faith, and policies, and with the mission and vision statement of the Adventure Education program.
  •  Have strong leadership qualities and be a good Christian role model.
  • Present yourself professionally in regard to hygiene, dress, work ethic, and attitude.
Specific Qualifications:
  •  Desire to serve the Lord by teaching others about our Creator through His creation.
  • Possess patience and the ability to instruct various age groups, particularly children.
  • Have experience, education, training, and/or a willingness to learn to teach outdoor skills, science classes, team building, and ropes course adventures.
  •  Are a “people person” who enjoys and has a good rapport with people of various ages and can relate to them well.
  • Demonstrates good decision-making abilities.
Specific Responsibilities:
  •  Learn appropriate experiential teaching techniques as they are modeled.
  •  Participate in the training and orientation program regarding the program planning, curriculum, teaching, and leadership.
  • Prepare for and instruct learning labs, night programming, campfires, and other activities as scheduled.
  •  Become ACCT Level One Practitioner certified in order to facilitate high ropes and team building activities for AE groups.
  • Attend and participate in scheduled staff meetings.
  • Ensure safety in all activities and classes for the students and adults under your charge.
  •  Work with teachers to provide the best possible experience for students.
Timeframe:
  • The Adventure Guide Internship starts in the middle of August and concludes in the middle of May. Exact dates will vary year-to-year. Internship participants receive 5 paid vacation days, Thanksgiving and the day after, the week of Christmas, New Year’s Day, and Good Friday off.
Housing and Community:
  • Adventure Guides stay in a shared house, guys in one and girls in another. Furniture, kitchen supplies, and beds are provided. You are responsible for your own linens and personal clothing and gear. You will also participate in the same community events as all of our seasonal staff. Some of those events are dinners at full-time staff members’ homes, Bible Studies, having a one-on-one mentor, holiday parties, etc.
Included Training and/or Certifications:
  • ACCT Level 1 Challenge Course Facilitation
  •  Project Learning Tree
  • Project WILD
  • Project WET
  •  Leave No Trace Trainer
  • First Aid/CPR
  • USA Level 1 Archery Certification
  •  Christian Camp and Conference Association Ozark Sectional Conference
  • Overnight trip to the Buffalo National River
  • Your One Degree
  • Spiritual Facilitation
  • Adventure Education learning labs on outdoor sciences and skills
Commitment to Development:
  • This organization is committed to the development of employees, both full-time and seasonal. While you’re a part of this program you will walk through our custom-built leadership self-assessment and goal-setting process. This process is designed to help form you into a more Christlike leader personally and professionally.
Program Leadership:
  • The Adventure Guide Internship is under the direction of Jared McDaniel, Adventure Education Coordinator at the camp and Bethany Cook, Adventure Education Manager. Jared has worked in outdoor and camp ministry since 2008 and holds a Masters Degree in Education. Bethany has been at the camp since graduating from Southwest Baptist University with a Bachelor's Degree in Biology in 2011.
  • Daily job functions of Adventure Guides will be supervised by the Adventure Education Specialist, a Graduate Assistant pursuing a Master’s Degree at either John Brown University or Wheaton College. Adventure Guides will also work closely with and be trained by many other highly qualified and dedicated staff members.
Adventure Guide Schedule
August
  •  Complete two and a half weeks of training on Adventure Education curriculum and practices.
  • Basic facilitation
  • Adventure Education science curriculum
  • High ropes
  • Archery
  • Evening programming
  • Camp Procedures
  • Overnight trip to the Buffalo National River area to build team cohesion.
September - November
Fall season of Adventure Education
  • Instruct Learning Labs during the day (Monday - Friday)
  • Lead night games and activities for 2-3 evenings per week
  •  Monitor program supplies and ensure teaching locations and activity sites are ready to use.
  • Begin community Bible study.
  • Begin community family dinners.
  • Begin meeting with your mentor.
December - February
  • Advanced facilitation training
  • Project Learning Tree, Project WILD, Project WET trainings
  • Leave No Trace Trainer training
  • In-School programs begin
  •  Help host 3 weekend retreats with our Guest Services team
  • Assist the Colcord Launch Center (a camp ministry) with after school programs.
March - May
  • Spring Season of Adventure Education
  • Instruct Learning Labs during the day (Monday - Friday)
  • Lead night games and activities for 2-3 evenings per week
  • Monitor program supplies and ensure teaching locations and activity sites are ready to use.
  •  Complete your Learning Goals and prepare for what God has for you next (whether within or outside of NLR) 
Pay: $600-$900/month
Location: Colcord, Oklahoma
Hours: Full-time, August-May
REFERENCE #3269916

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT: Pay; $18.00-$22.00/ hour; Hours: Part Time, Monday-Thursday 9AM-3PM (weekend services & community involvement would not be part of the paid position); REF #3269387

What we are looking for:

Someone who loves God, who is faithful, teachable, enthusiastic & positive attitude, and a has a servant’s heart. We want someone who is called to ministry. We are looking for someone to be a part of our community; someone that doesn’t just do the job description but is present and involved in Life Groups and weekend serving teams.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Database entry
  • Ordering supplies, keeping inventory, and maintenance
  • Weekend Sign-up sheet – processing and communication
  • Church wide calendar maintenance and updates / weekly/monthly/yearly
  • Phones (answering/returning voicemails; connecting with appropriate staff leader)
  • Life Group Support as needed; sign ups, communication, etc.
  • Order signage; for events, branding, marketing
  • Admin for meetings; taking notes, printing if needed, food/drink orders when needed
  • Church Wide Event Support; managing volunteer teams, planning and ordering supplies, décor, games, etc. 
  • IMPACT Team’s Support (volunteers); print, communications, and requests as needed
  • Growth Track Coordination & Management; inventory and printing packets when needed; follow up communications and tracking
  • Manage & Schedule Volunteers; work with team leads/directors/coordinators for all teams, communications, and follow up   
  • Baptism coordination/communication
  • Baby dedication coordination/communication
  • Weekend/service experience support
  • Assist other pastor’s and ministries as requested
  • Any other tasks as needed or requested by supervisor

Experience Needed:

  • 3-5 years’ experience in administration; 1-2 years of experience with event planning
  • 1-3 years working for a church 
  • Proficient in typing; proficient in word, excel, and Pro-presenter 

Important Information:

Pay: $18.00-22.00 Per hour 
Hours: Part Time Hours: Monday-Thursday 9AM-3PM (weekend services & community involvement would not be part of the paid position) 
Littleton, Colorado, United States of America
REF #3269387

Don't wait! And contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process! 

PROCESSING CENTER MANAGERS: Pay; $17/hour; Hours: Full-Time; REF #2914053

Job Overview:

Do you want a great oppurtunity to enter the management field and lead people? Then this is the oppurtunity for you! Please read below to find out more:

Processing Centers have seasonal qualified staff to help manage the operational and volunteer management responsibilities in assigned areas during the gift processing season. PCMs will also assist with set up, training, processing, and tear down of their assigned Processing Center.
                                         
This is a full-time, seasonal commitment that runs from mid-November to mid-December 2019. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, have previous management experience, and possess a desire to serve the Lord in a hands-on ministry.
A brief summary of available roles are listed below:
QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER
Manage all support areas for the processing of gifts and works closely with other managers to assure quality of gifts. Directly supervise associates and oversee the management of volunteers working in these areas. Requires warehouse experience, great organizational skills and the ability to multi-task.
VOLUNTEER MANAGER
Manage all aspects of volunteer entrance/exit, orientation, and hospitality. Requires strong leadership abilities and an outgoing personality to lead/coaching temporary associate staff and thousands of volunteers. Basic computer skills and “people flow” logic are required.
FLOOR MANAGER
Manage multiple areas of processing gifts, specifically related to gift flow through the processing teams where gifts are inspected and sorted by volunteers. Requires strong leadership abilities and an outgoing personality to lead/coaching temporary associate staff and thousands of volunteers. Experience in maintaining inventory, and excellent organizational skills are desired. Position may require some lifting and the use of a pallet jack.
SHIPPING / RECEIVING MANAGER
Manage all aspects of shipping and receiving areas. Requires organizational skills and supervisory experience. Knowledge of shipping and receiving, and inventory tracking experience is preferred.
Are you interested? Then quickly contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process! 
Important Information:
Pay: $17/hour
Hours: Full-Time
Location: Denver, CO
REF #2914053

MANAGER TRAINEE PROGRAM: Pay: $40-45K+/year; Hours: Full-Time; REF #3052680

The Management Training program is for a national solar electric distribution company who is privately held, with more than 40 locations within the US. Management Trainees are taught every aspect of CED’s business in order to run a multi-million dollar location upon completion of the training. On-the-job training lasts for 2-3 years and includes rotations in warehouse, counter sales, accounts payable, accounts receivable, financial statements, purchasing, inside sales, project management, inventory management and outside sales. Throughout the program, trainees attend multiple classes in the following areas; solar products, sales and management. Classes are held throughout the country and facilitated by company its partners. This training program helps to equip trainees to be future leaders. Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Pay: $40-45K+/year

Hours: Full-Time

Location: Lakewood

REF #3052680

SALES MANAGER TRAINEE: Pay: $15.00/hour; Hours: Full-Time; REF #3065040

The Sales Manager Trainee position will begin working in a customer service role assisting the sales team in fielding incoming phone calls and walk-ins. This position will then transition in to a blended Sales Representative. This sales position blends customer service and pre-need sales. After this the trainee can transition in to a traditional Sales Representative position where they will focus on assisting families with Pre-Need Funeral and Cemetery arrangements. Business or related majors are preferred but not required, you must have a valid driver’s license, and must be able to obtain a Life Insurance license. Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Pay: $15.00/hour

Hours: Full-Time

Location: Wheat Ridge

REF #3065040

SALES ASSOCIATE: Pay: $12-15/hour; Hours: Full-Time; REF #2914490

One of our favorite employers is will be hiring their next Sales Associate! Needed: Outgoing sales focused person who is good at developing relationships and has some experience and knowledge on various sales techniques or methods. This sales person will focus on building long term relationships with clients and delivering value to them, helping them choose gifts and awards, staying in touch, crafting email campaigns, offline keep-in-touch deliverables and other ongoing marketing. Some sale experience and knowledge required. Contact EMS with the reference number through the Student Contact Form to learn more information and get started with the application process!

Pay: $12-15/hour

Hours: Full-Time

Location: Broomfield, CO

REF #2914490

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