Network Systems Specialist; Green River District Health Department; Owensboro, Ky

If interested forward your resume to Rebecca Baird, rebecca.baird@grdhd.org

 

GREEN RIVER DISTRICT HEALTH DEPARTMENT

POSITION DESCRIPTION (P-65)

 

Position: Network Systems Specialist                              Grade:  17

Position #:  1417                                                                  FLSA:  Non-Exempt

DIVISION/UNIT:  Finance                                                           PLACE OF WORK:  District Office

 

Age Specific Competency:  No

Infection Risk Category: 3

 

Effective Date:  08/06/2012                                                Revised:  09/08/2015

 

 

THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

 

 

POSITION SUMMARY:  Under the direction of the Information Manager or other appropriate supervisor, is responsible for agency hardware, system software and applications software portfolio, including maintenance of data dictionaries, software and hardware installations and upgrades, data conversions, and change control functions.  Serves as local area network (LAN) or departmental system administrator.  Under general direction, coordinates support for multiple local area networks and computer systems within an agency.  Coordinates integration of agency local area networks with a wide area and remote networks; and performs other duties as required.  Work typically is performed in office setting.  May provide supervision.

 

 

MINIMUM EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

 

Education:  Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems or related field.

Experience:  Two (2) years of professional systems support experience.

 

OR

 

Education:  An Associate’s degree in Information Technology, Network Technology or Programming and two (2) years of experience providing technical assistance related to network equipment or software may substitute for the education requirement.  A bachelor’s degree in computer science will substitute for one (1) year of the experience requirement.

Experience:  Related technical or vocational training/experience will substitute for the educational degree requirement on a year-for-year basis.

 

Knowledge:

  • Knowledge in theory, principles and practices of computer operations, networking, communications, computer hardware and software.
  • Knowledge of communications servers and the Internet.
  • Basic knowledge of public health goals and objectives.
  • Knowledge of health department policies and procedures.
  • Knowledge in theory, principles and practice of web design.
  • Intermediate knowledge of modern office equipment including calculator and fax/copy machines.
  • Considerable knowledge of general office practices, procedures and equipment.
  • Basic knowledge of security access systems.

 

Abilities:

  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with governmental officials, co-workers and the general public.
  • Ability to communicate orally and in writing effectively with other employees, directors, administrators, and the general public.
  • Ability to carry out, with minimal supervision, continuing assignments requiring the preparation of reports and the making of decisions through data collection and analysis.

 

Licensure:  None required.

 

Organizational Relationships:

This position reports to the Information Manager or other appropriate supervisor. Instructions are general; must use independent judgment much of the time.  Frequently requires refinement of existing work methods and development of new techniques, concepts or programs within established limits or policies.

 

Equipment Used/Special Skills Required:

·         Intermediate knowledge of modern computing systems and software relating to business functions (word processor, spreadsheets, database).

  • Intermediate knowledge of Windows-based servers, including SQL servers and Microsoft Exchange servers.
  • Advanced knowledge of computer hardware.
  • Intermediate knowledge of Network architectures and appropriate equipment.
  • Basic knowledge of telecommunications equipment.
  • Basic knowledge of various Internet connectivity methods.
  • Ability to drive a vehicle and maintain a valid driver’s license.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

The following are physical requirements of this position: Crawling, climbing, kneeling, squatting and to lift/carry/push/pull from 50 to 150 lbs with assistance are all performed on a seldom (0-10%) basis.  Standing, bending/stooping, reaching above shoulder, use of one hand only and to lift/carry/push/pull from 20 to 50 lbs are performed on an occasional (11-34%) basis.  Walking and to lift/carry/push/pull from 10 to 20 lbs are performed on a frequent (34-66%) basis.  Possess balance; sitting, to lift/carry/push/pull a maximum of 10 lbs, the use both hands, repetitive movement, grasping and fingering are all performed on a continuous (67-100%) basis.  See charts attached.

 

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS:

This position requires the incumbent to be exposed to inside and outside environmental conditions and vibratory motion.  See chart attached.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

The essential sensory and communicative activities for the performance of this position on a continuous basis are expressed below.  An X is in front of all that apply.

 

___ Feeling       X   Hearing       X   Seeing     ___ Smelling       X   Speaking     ___Tasting

 

Physical Requirements Seldom

0-10% of the time

Occasionally

11-34% of the time

Frequently

34-66% of the time

Continually

> 67% of the time

Sitting  

  X
Standing   X    
Walking     X  
Bending/Stooping   X    
Squatting X      
Crawling X      
Climbing X      
Reach above shoulder   X    
Kneeling X      
Balance       X
Lift, Carry, Push, Pull  
Maximum 10 lbs       X
Maximum 20 lbs     X  
Maximum 50 lbs   X    
Up to 150 lbs with                   assistance X      
Use one hand   X    
Use both hands       X

 

Environmental Conditions Seldom

0-10% of the time

Occasionally

11-34% of the time

Frequently

34-66% of the time

Continually

> 67% of the time

Inside       X
Outside   X    
Fumes / Dust   X    
Exposed to extreme cold temperature 32° F or < for more than one hour at a time. X      
Exposed to extreme heat temperature above 100° F or > for more than one hour at a time X      
Wet, Humid X      
Constant vibrating motion or noise     X  

 

Hazards, Exposures Seldom

0-10% of the time

Occasionally

11-34% of the time

Frequently

34-66% of the time

Continually

> 67% of the time

Insects, Animals, Household pets X      
Bloodborne pathogens  

X

     
Toxic Chemicals X      
Needles X      
Radiation/chemotherapy X      
Respiratory hazards X      

 

Merit System Characteristic Duties and Responsibilities:

Develops, tests, recommends, installs, configures, monitors and maintains local area network infrastructure.

 

Installs and maintains hardware and software.

 

Performs complex system generations, network device configuration generations, workstation set-ups and coordinates assignment of node or network address definitions.

 

Assists development, network and production support staff in analyzing requirements for development, modification or retirement of complex departmental systems.

 

Responsible for system support functions during relocation or conversion of critical data files and equipment.

 

Installs and monitors performance of servers on local area networks.

 

Coordinates diagnostics and problem resolution with network support staff.

 

Formulates integrated support plans for multiple local area networks and departmental systems.

 

Manages change control function.

 

Directs action to mitigate network or system degradation.

 

Provides technical assistance to other information systems staff, and participates in systems recovery.

 

Develops acquisition and implementation plans for introduction of network services or automation of system support functions.

 

Recommends acquisitions and develops project costs.

 

Essential Functions and Standards:  A job is essential if: 1) The position exists to perform a particular function 2) Limited availability of other staff to perform the function 3) The person employed has specialized expertise or ability to perform the particular function.

 

25% – Provides specific technical information relating to Information Systems issues, computer          functions and network login procedures to all employees and satellite sites. Also provides precise instructions on the use of and provides maintenance and troubleshooting on software applications not provided under technical service contracts; specifically including Ndoc, G.I.S. and Oracle software.   STANDARD:  Response time to a problem is within one (1) day 95% of the time.

 

15% – Creates and maintains agency websites for individual departments; makes suggestions for      internet marketing strategies and keeps abreast of trends within that area of technology.  STANDARD:  Website is accessible and readable using various web browsers.  User updates are completed within three (3) days of request.  Meets the needs of users (employees, public and managers).

 

15% – Planning, implementation and assessment of a system backup and recovery protocol of             selected central databases and departmental information.  Provides checkups and maintenance of hardware and software on servers.

STANDARD:  All selected information is backed up daily and a copy is taken off-site per the Disaster Recovery Plan.  Server checkups are done monthly on all servers and software is up to date.

 

12% – Administration and maintenance of Wide Area Network and connectivity infrastructure.                                                           STANDARD:  Wide Area Network is adequate in size and speed for the number of users utilizing it. Downtime is limited to 1% unless the cause is due to outside connectivity issues.

 

10% – Maintaining internal network, specifically creating user accounts with explicit permissions,         maintaining individual workstation connectivity, network diagnostics and troubleshooting, network planning and streamlining.                                                                                                                   STANDARD:  User accounts/permissions are added and/or updated within one (1) day.

 

5% – Reviews technical literature, attends training opportunities, increases knowledge base on          scientific, educational and medical developments related to Information Systems technology issues.     STANDARD:  Provides suggestions for improvements, upgrades and alternatives as encountered.

 

5% – Provides consultation in the assessment of agency/staff needs and the development of                     plans for the use, selection and purchase of computer and communication hardware and software and implementation of new computer applications and upgrades.                                                       STANDARD:  Research and resolution of issue in one (1) to ten (10) days depending on the complexity of the issue.

 

5% – Maintains and administers the electronic email system.                                                                STANDARD:  User accounts/permissions are created/altered within one (1) day of the request.  Downtime is limited to 1% unless the cause is from outside connectivity issues.

 

3% – Provides fundamental instruction for staff on the use of agency email, network logon                  procedures and basic computer operations.                                                                                                             STANDARD:  Schedules a session within three (3) days of requested instruction.

 

3% – Creates and maintains documentation, in the form of user manuals, operation instructions          and the specific use and function of various network equipment components, audio/visual equipment and various assorted electronic and telecommunication equipment components.

STANDARD:  Manuals are updated within one (1) week of notice of additions or changes.

 

2% – Represent the Information Systems department and/or the Health Department at meetings      when requested.

STANDARD:  Presence of employee at 95% of requested scheduled meetings.

 

Healthy and Safe Work Environment

The employee demonstrates a commitment to a healthy and safe work environment.

  1. Follows established federal, state or local policies, procedures and programs relating to health and safety in the workplace.
  2. Takes steps to promptly correct hazardous conditions.
  3. Regularly participates in training and education in safety practices and procedures, such as annual OSHA training.

 

Preparedness

The employee participates in the Local Health Department’s Bioterrorism and Disaster Preparedness activities.

  1. Is aware of general contents of agency’s Emergency Operations Plan.
  2. Identifies role in Emergency Preparedness and Response.
  3. Identifies agency’s chain of command and management system for emergency response.
  4. Participates in Bioterrorism and Emergency Preparedness drills.

 

Performance Management Requirements

The employee participates in improving agency performance processes, programs and interventions.

 

Ten (10) Essential Public Health Services

The employee shall become familiar with the Ten (10) Essential Public Health Services and how their position helps meet the Ten (10) EPHS.

 

HIPAA Requirements:  The employee shall become familiar with Health Insurance Portability Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations and do their utmost to protect all protected health information (PHI) and other personal or sensitive information within their trust in the course of local health department (LHD) business by applying appropriate safeguards and sharing only the information required to deliver health department services.  Any personal or sensitive information overheard or seen by the employees will be kept confidential by not sharing it with others, on or off the work–site grounds.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SUPERVISOR:  _________________________________________            Date:  _____/_____/_____

 

 

 

PROGRAM DIRECTOR:  __________________________________           Date:    ____/_____/_____

 

 

 

DIRECTOR:  ___________________________________________             Date:    ____/_____/_____

Appointing Authority or designee

 

 

This description is intended to describe the essential job functions, the general supplemental functions and the essential requirements for the performance of this job. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities and requirements of a person so classified. Other functions may be assigned and management retains the right to add or change the duties at any time.

 

 

 

______________________________________________________  Date:  _____/_____/_____

Human Resources Representative

Mgr, Engineering & Maintenance-Rolling (Hot & Cold Mill); Aleris; Lewisport, KY

Mgr, Engineering & Maintenance-Rolling (Hot & Cold Mill)
Aleris 22 reviewsLewisport, KY
Aleris is a global leader in the manufacture and sale of aluminum rolled products, with approximately 14 facilities in three geographically aligned business units in North America, Europe and China. We serve a variety of end-use industries, including aerospace, automotive, defense, building and construction, transportation, packaging, and consumer goods.

Our Rolled Products North America (RPNA) division is seeking to add a talented Maintenance and Engineering Manager, Rolling, to its Lewisport team. The purpose of this role is to analyze, recommend improvements, efficiently organize, and manage the direction of area superintendents and supervisors, and to optimize area processes for the achievement of both short-term and long-term objectives in safety and compliance, equipment reliability, product quality and cost reduction in the Rolling Area (Hot & Cold Mills).

Responsibilities Include

  • Manage the Rolling department to cost effectively supply services to sustain the quality and throughput requirements.
  • Provide effective departmental leadership to encourage supervisor and employee involvement in meeting department goals.
  • Responsible for planning, scheduling, and executing capital projects according to strict deadlines and within budget. This includes accruing resources and coordinating the efforts of team members and third party contractors or consultants in order to deliver projects according to plan.
  • Direct and manage project development from beginning to end, and oversee quality control throughout the project implementation cycle.
  • Develop and initiate yearly department operations plan. Draft and submit budget proposals and recommend subsequent budget changes when necessary.
  • Implement and monitor safety programs and performance.
  • Implement and monitor proactive maintenance work methods, utilizing preventive and predictive maintenance tools.
  • Control and reduce operating costs for assigned Cost Centers (Hot & Cold Mills).
  • Study and standardize procedures to continuously improve the efficient use of financial and human resources in the performance of duties.
  • Provide effective communication link with all individuals and work groups across the business unit.
  • Lead the efforts of root cause failure analysis, with recommended solutions.
  • Utilizing technical experience and knowledge provide support to maintenance, engineering, production, and quality personnel.
  • Lead the planning of future departmental maintenance activities and development of process improvements to enhance equipment reliability.
  • Drive continuous improvement through implementation of lean principles and the Aleris Operating System (AOS).
  • Lead the justification, preparation and execution of projects and assist colleagues as required. Operate safely and within all applicable laws, regulations and company policy.


Required Qualifications

  • Four-year degree in Engineering or Technology and at least 5 years’ progressive experience in a similar role in an industrial environment required.
  • Experience in the aluminum industry strongly preferred; experience with the hot and cold rolling processes desirable.
  • Experience in a union environment preferred.
  • Necessitates excellent interpersonal, planning and organizing, time management, and effective oral and written communication skills.
  • Knowledge of continuous improvement techniques essential.

Aleris is an equal opportunity employer and supports diversity in the workplace. Qualified applications will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran. Our HR teams will reach out to the applicants who met the qualifications and most closely aligned with requirements of the positions.

Lead Style Advisor; Justice; Evansville, IN

Lead Style Advisor
Justice 536 reviewsEvansville, IN
Justice is a world-class specialty retailer that builds an exciting and powerful connection with our customer through well-defined fashion brands. We believe we are creating one of the best work experiences in retail. Justice is a place where people can do great work and live great lives! Each area in our company plays an important role in the delivery of quality products for tweens (7 thru 14 years of age).

What you’ll do:
The Lead Style Advisor (LSA) supports the Store Sales Leader (SSL) in floor supervision and leading task-related processes in the store. Happily engages both mom and girl to create a positive customer experience. Demonstrates company values by working cooperatively with others. Approaches work with positive intent and has the ability to manage proper communication and interaction with associates and customers. Supports SSL/ASL in performing store opening & closing routines. Monitors sales floor to ensure excellent customer experience.
Are you Justice material? We hope so. Here’s what we look for:

  • 2-4 years experience in service oriented industry; specialty retail experience preferred
  • Ability to role model selling behaviors to Style Advisors (Sas)
  • Ability to manage proper communication and interaction with customers and associates at all times
  • Ability to work various hours/days of the week
  • Ability to move throughout the store continually for periods of up to 8 hours with rest breaks and meal periods as required by state or local law
  • Ability to read documents and computer screens, and write and count in order to accurately complete company documentation and tasks
  • Ability to operate cash register by depressing keys and remembering keying sequences and policies
  • Ability to perform mathematic calculations and equate results to action needed
  • Ability to reach for, push, pull and/or move merchandise throughout the store generally weighing 0-50 pounds

What we value – we are:

  • Focused: as the premier tween specialist, we put our customer first in everything we do!
  • Driven: we set goals, have high standards, and achieve results!
  • Creative: our girl is all about what’s new and what’s hot. We encourage innovation and support creativity because that’s what she expects from us.
  • Ethical: simply put, our girl and her mom expect us to always do the right thing!
  • Balanced: everyone needs to be rejuvenated – we want you to enjoy life, have fun, and take care of you!

Position Requirements:

  • 2-4 years specialty retail experience preferred
  • Strong training and developing skills from previous retail related experience
  • Computer proficiency and strong business acumen
  • Ability to foster team commitment and create a positive working environment
  • Ability to take initiative in making decisions on a timely/urgent basis

Assistant Sales Leader; Justice; Evansville, IN

Assistant Sales Leader
Justice 536 reviewsEvansville, IN
Justice is a world-class specialty retailer that builds an exciting and powerful connection with our customer through well-defined fashion brands. We believe we are creating one of the best work experiences in retail. Justice is a place where people can do great work and live great lives! Each area in our company plays an important role in the delivery of quality products for tweens (7 thru 14 years of age).

What you’ll do:
This challenging and rewarding role provides the opportunity to assist in the supervision of a store team focused on delivering a great shopping experience that enhances the self-esteem of our Justice Girl (7-14) and provides a great value for mom. This role supervises 8-20 store associates.

  • Lead all activities related to providing a great customer experience
  • Assist with talent acquisition, associate development and retention
  • Assist with merchandise flow management
  • Manage and achieve financial metrics and goals
  • Assist with leading change initiatives

Are you Justice material? We hope so. Here’s what we look for:

  • Individuals with a passion for fashion and strong customer intimacy knowledge
  • Individuals with intense fashion radar that allow them to translate trends that work for “our girl”
  • Individuals that live in the marketplace and can apply their knowledge to our business
  • Individuals that work collaboratively with internal and external partners to get the job done
  • Individuals that possess the critical ability to translate customer knowledge into actionable annual and seasonal business plan to achieve sales and profit plans for one or more merchandise categories

What we value – we are:

  • Focused: as the premier tween specialist, we put our customer first in everything we do!
  • Driven: we set goals, have high standards, and achieve results!
  • Creative: our girl is all about what’s new and what’s hot. We encourage innovation and support creativity because that’s what she expects from us.
  • Ethical: simply put, our girl and her mom expect us to always do the right thing!
  • Balanced: everyone needs to be rejuvenated – we want you to enjoy life, have fun, and take care of you!

Position Requirements:

  • One year of management experience with an additional 2-4 years specialty retail experience preferred.
  • Strong training and developing skills from previous retail related experience
  • Computer proficiency and strong business acumen
  • Ability to foster team commitment and create a positive working environment
  • Ability to take initiative in making decisions on a timely/urgent basis

Store Sales Leader; Justice; Owensboro, KY

Store Sales Leader
Justice 536 reviewsOwensboro, KY
Justice is a world-class specialty retailer that builds an exciting and powerful connection with our customer through well-defined fashion brands. We believe we are creating one of the best work experiences in retail. Justice is a place where people can do great work and live great lives! Each area in our company plays an important role in the delivery of quality products for tweens (7 thru 14 years of age).

What you’ll do:
This challenging and rewarding role provides the opportunity to lead a store team focused on delivering a great shopping experience that enhances the self-esteem of our Justice Girl (7-14) and provides a great value for mom. This role supervises 8-20 store associates and 3-4 members of management.

  • Lead all activities related to providing a great customer experience
  • Lead talent acquisition, associate development and retention.
  • Manage complete merchandise flow
  • Manage and achieve financial metrics and goals
  • Lead change initiatives

Are you Justice material? We hope so. Here’s what we look for:

  • Individuals with a passion for fashion and strong customer intimacy knowledge
  • Individuals with intense fashion radar that allow them to translate trends that work for “our girl”
  • Individuals that live in the marketplace and can apply their knowledge to our business
  • Individuals that work collaboratively with internal and external partners to get the job done
  • Individuals that possess the critical ability to translate customer knowledge into actionable annual and seasonal business plan to achieve sales and profit plans for one or more merchandise categories

What we value – we are:

  • Focused: as the premier tween specialist, we put our customer first in everything we do!
  • Driven: we set goals, have high standards, and achieve results!
  • Creative: our girl is all about what’s new and what’s hot. We encourage innovation and support creativity because that’s what she expects from us.
  • Ethical: simply put, our girl and her mom expect us to always do the right thing!
  • Balanced: everyone needs to be rejuvenated – we want you to enjoy life, have fun, and take care of you!

Position Requirements:

  • 5 years or more specialty retail management experience preferred
  • Strong training and developing skills from previous retail related experience
  • Computer proficiency and strong business acumen
  • Ability to foster team commitment and create a positive working environment
  • Ability to take initiative in making decisions on a timely/urgent basis

Style Advisor; Justice; Evansville, IN

Style Advisor
Justice 536 reviewsEvansville, IN
Justice is a world-class specialty retailer that builds an exciting and powerful connection with our customer through well-defined fashion brands. We believe we are creating one of the best work experiences in retail. Justice is a place where people can do great work and live great lives! Each area in our company plays an important role in the delivery of quality products for tweens (7 thru 14 years of age).

What you’ll do:
The Style Advisor (SA) demonstrates selling behaviors consistent with the current selling model and happily engages both mom and girl to create a positive customer experience. Demonstrates company values by working cooperatively with others. Approaches work with positive intent and has the ability to properly communicate and interact with associates and customers. Completes tasks as assigned.
Are you Justice material? We hope so. Here’s what we look for:

  • Must be at least 16 years of age
  • Ability to perform duties as described
  • Ability to communicate and interact effectively with customers and associates at all times
  • Ability to work various hours/days of the week
  • Ability to move throughout the store continually for periods of up to 8 hours with fifteen minute breaks and meal periods, as required by state law
  • Ability to read documents and computer screens, and write and count in order to accurately complete company documentation and tasks
  • Ability to operate cash register by depressing keys and remembering keying sequences and policies
  • Ability to reach for, push, pull and/or move merchandise throughout the store generally weighing 0-50 pounds

What we value – we are:

  • Focused: as the premier tween specialist, we put our customer first in everything we do!
  • Driven: we set goals, have high standards, and achieve results!
  • Creative: our girl is all about what’s new and what’s hot. We encourage innovation and support creativity because that’s what she expects from us.
  • Ethical: simply put, our girl and her mom expect us to always do the right thing!
  • Balanced: everyone needs to be rejuvenated – we want you to enjoy life, have fun, and take care of you!

Position Requirements:

  • At least 16 years of age
  • Ability to relate to customers of all ages & backgrounds
  • Ability to follow directions & work productively with others

Style Advisor (Seasonal); Justice; Owensboro, KY

Style Advisor (Seasonal)
Justice 536 reviewsOwensboro, KY
Justice is a world-class specialty retailer that builds an exciting and powerful connection with our customer through well-defined fashion brands. We believe we are creating one of the best work experiences in retail. Justice is a place where people can do great work and live great lives! Each area in our company plays an important role in the delivery of quality products for tweens (7 thru 14 years of age).

What you’ll do:
The Style Advisor (SA) demonstrates selling behaviors consistent with the current selling model and happily engages both mom and girl to create a positive customer experience. Demonstrates company values by working cooperatively with others. Approaches work with positive intent and has the ability to properly communicate and interact with associates and customers. Completes tasks as assigned.
Are you Justice material? We hope so. Here’s what we look for:

  • Must be at least 16 years of age
  • Ability to perform duties as described
  • Ability to communicate and interact effectively with customers and associates at all times
  • Ability to work various hours/days of the week
  • Ability to move throughout the store continually for periods of up to 8 hours with fifteen minute breaks and meal periods, as required by state law
  • Ability to read documents and computer screens, and write and count in order to accurately complete company documentation and tasks
  • Ability to operate cash register by depressing keys and remembering keying sequences and policies
  • Ability to reach for, push, pull and/or move merchandise throughout the store generally weighing 0-50 pounds

What we value – we are:

  • Focused: as the premier tween specialist, we put our customer first in everything we do!
  • Driven: we set goals, have high standards, and achieve results!
  • Creative: our girl is all about what’s new and what’s hot. We encourage innovation and support creativity because that’s what she expects from us.
  • Ethical: simply put, our girl and her mom expect us to always do the right thing!
  • Balanced: everyone needs to be rejuvenated – we want you to enjoy life, have fun, and take care of you!

Position Requirements:

  • At least 16 years of age
  • Ability to relate to customers of all ages & backgrounds
  • Ability to follow directions & work productively with others

Visual Merchandiser; Furniture Row; Evansville, IN

Visual Merchandiser
Furniture Row 57 reviewsEvansville, IN
If you have a zeal for life, a passion for professional success, and thrive in an environment that rewards performance while aligning with your creative vision; Sofa Mart could be the job you were looking for that becomes the career of your life!

We are looking for driven individuals to join our team as a Visual Merchandiser!

Visual Merchandiser General Objectives :
After 30 years of experience in the business we know that talent comes from a variety of different experiences and backgrounds. We know that our successful candidates have a high standard of integrity, an excitement for building relationships with customers, and the commitment to success.

At Furniture Row our visual merchandiser will implement and maintain appropriate floor displays, in accordance with the Visual Merchandising Guidelines. Develop and grow accents sales (plants, pictures, lamps, mirrors, rugs, etc)

The visual merchandiser should have a strong understanding of the marketing and visual merchandising budget and work within the budget parameters. You will implement visual merchandising displays and fixture presentations. You will be involved in preparing for and presenting at retail meetings.

Visual Merchandiser Benefits:
Aggressive Compensation Based on Performance

100% Performance Based Advancement if interested

Comprehensive Training and Education Opportunities

5-Day Work Week

Paid Vacation

401(k)

Excellent Benefit Plans

Job Requirements

Visual Merchandiser Requirements:
Tasks and requirements of the Visual Merchandiser include:
Communication with store leadership to discuss and plan floor design, layout formats, display points, items to be displayed, and creative design flow of the store merchandise.

Design window or internal displays based on a theme, style/trend, and advertising components.

Obtain accessories in congruence with styles and trends while constructing displays to include: painting, wiring, design, lay-out, etc.

Actively optimize lighting to display merchandise to reflect style/trends as well as showcasing the presentations to maximize customer engagement.

Arrange ticketing and signage to enhance presentation of merchandise while reflecting advertising, promotional opportunities, and customer engagement.

Set-up, maintain, and remove displays based on store leadership and advertising trends.

Education / Experience

A minimum of 1 – 2 years practical interior design or display merchandising experience and/or a Interior design degree from an accredited institution.

Other Requirements:
Strong communication and organizational skills. Ability to train others to accessorize through knowledge of design, fashion, and new product and development trends. Must possess valid driver’s license with a good driving record and provide own transportation. May require holiday, evening and weekend hours.

Visual Manager candidate should be at least 18 years of age, possess a high school diploma or equivalent to be considered for the position.

Floor-Set Associate; Justice; Evansville, IN

Floor-Set Associate
Justice 536 reviewsEvansville, IN
Justice is a world-class specialty retailer that builds an exciting and powerful connection with our customer through well-defined fashion brands. We believe we are creating one of the best work experiences in retail. Justice is a place where people can do great work and live great lives! Each area in our company plays an important role in the delivery of quality products for tweens (7 thru 14 years of age).

What you’ll do:
The Floor-set Associate executes the floor-set directions as dictated on company floor-set plans. This position will work approximately 1 day per month on the store’s scheduled floor-set day to complete merchandise moves and displays. Will move existing merchandise and places new merchandise on designated fixtures. Will also place marketing materials on designated fixtures and move & assembles fixtures to accommodate visual plans.

  • Physical ability to move and assemble fixtures around the store
  • Ability to work the hours assigned to the floor-set activity (will vary by store)
  • Ability to use a ladder to safely place merchandise and marketing materials on the wall displays and ceiling fixtures
  • Ability to read and follow Visual Connection instructions
  • Must be at least 18 years of age

Automotive Sales Consultant; Duell’s Evansville Kia Mazda Volvo; Evansville, IN

Automotive Sales Consultant
Duell’s Evansville Kia Mazda VolvoEvansville, IN
Immediate openings for 1 New Car and 2 Pre-owned sales consultants at The Duell’s Evansville KIA Mazda Volvo. Sales experience is preferred but not required. You would have access to hundreds of new, certified and pre-owned vehicles. This is a pleasant, laid-back, family owned dealership. Pay and benefits are very competitive…you can sell 10 to 14 cars a month and make a very decent living. For the salesperson that wants some time off; the schedule is perfect. Every fifth week you get a Friday, Saturday, Sunday and every third week you get Sunday, Monday.

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:

  • High school or equivalent

Required experience:

  • Sales experience is preferred but not required.: 1 year

Required license or certification:

  • Valid drivers license
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