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5 Jobs Listed

TEMPORARY BUS DRIVERS

Date Posted: June 21, 2018

Deadline: Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Organization: Lander University

Location: Greenwood

City: Greenwood, SC

Website: View Website

Job Type: Part Time

Wages/Salary: $12.00 – $13.00

Requirements:

Minimum Requirements: The University Bus Driver is required to have a Class III Certified Driver's License and safe driving history. Must have strong skills in providing excellent customer service and demonstrate strong ethics. A drug test and physical assessment will also be required.

Position Description:

Description: The University Bus Driver is responsible for safely operating the bus according to a set daily schedule while obeying laws, regulations and rules of conduct. Must ensure that the bus is in good operating condition at all times, pick up and drop off students as per the schedule, assist students when necessary, and maintain order and security on the bus. It is critical for University Bus Driver to operate the bus in a safe manner, including during seasons of extreme cold, heat and occasional snowy conditions.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Ability to sit for long periods and maintain intense concentration particularly in poor driving conditions. Ability to work in different weather conditions including extreme cold, extreme heat, and occasional snowy weather. Knowledge of highway and University bus regulation, scheduling system and procedures, record keeping system and equipment cleaning standards and procedures. Ability to operate the bus in a safe and responsible manner. Good decision making, stress management, time management and communication skills. Ability to use Lander desk computer and e-mail as required. Ability to interact well with members of the University community and maintain daily records.

Schedule: University Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm, Monday – Friday Work Hours per Week: Varied Up to 25

Program(s): Human Services

Referral Information: Applications must be submitted online at www.jobs.sc.gov. Screening will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled. Receipt of individual applications not acknowledged. See position status at www.lander.edu/hr. Lander University is a tobacco-free campus. All final candidates are subject to successfully completing background requirements.

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Director of Youth Ministry

Date Posted: May 9, 2018

Deadline: Monday, October 1, 2018

Organization: Abbeville Presbyterian Church

Location: Abbeville

City: Abbeville

Job Type: Part Time

Wages/Salary: $1,000 - $1,200 month depending on experience

Requirements:

High school diploma or GED equivalent

Valid Driver's license

Experience working with children and youth

Strong oral and written communication skills

Ethical and responsible

Strong commitment to Jesus Christ and the Church

Ability to interact in a manner that conveys respect and nurture

Position Description:

Reporting directly to the pastor, the youth director works to foster and nurture the growth of Abbeville Presbyterian Church's children and youth through multiple events, activities, and programs.  The youth director:

  • Teach Sunday school to middle school/high school youth
  • Present a children's message during worship
  • Conduct annual programs; eg. youth Sunday, Christmas program, VBS, etc.
  • Lead an annual mission trip
  • Promote denominational retreats and overnights
  • Plan events involving service, study, or recreation  
  • Communicate regularly with parents of children and youth
  • Attend Children and Youth Nurture Committee meetings
  • Attend annually an enrichment and professional development event
  • Participate in and support local community youth events and programs
  • Maintain and keep up to date the APC Youth page on Facebook
  • SLED background check

Schedule: Primarily Sunday mornings and Sunday evenings. Special events require more time, eg. mission trip, overnight ski trip, etc.

Contact Name: Lynette Lindell

Contact Phone Number: 864-378-4443

Program(s): Early Care & Education Human Services

Referral Information: References required. Contact via phone if interested.

Program Specialist/ Program Aide Sub

Date Posted: November 1, 2017

Deadline: Thursday, August 23, 2018

Organization: Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands

Location: Newberry

City: Newberry

Website: View Website

Job Type: Part Time

Wages/Salary: $7.25-$9.00/ hr

Requirements:

Minimum Education and Experience:  Working towards High School Diploma or college degree and/or up to 2 years program delivery experience. (Hourly rate depends on level of education/experience).  Physical and Mental Requirements:  Must be comfortable performing multi-faceted projects in conjunction with day-to-day activities.  Ability to get along with diverse personalities while at all times displaying tact, maturity and flexibility.  Physical requirements include sight, hearing, standing for up to four hours per day, and ability to implement programs.  Skills essential for success include speaking, writing and knowledge of the computer.  Environment & Working Conditions:  After school/recreational settings that include being in/out doors. Occasional weekend and evening work to support organization’s fundraising events and activities.

Position Description:

General Function:  Plan, implement, facilitate, and supervise activities and programs.  Promote safety of members, quality of programs and appearance of the Club at all times.  Program Specialist/Aid Floaters will be housed at a specific site in the region of their choice.  They will report to the housed site everyday unless told to work at another site in their region when needed.  Program Specialist/Aid Subs will only report to work when needed to sites in their selected region.  Knowledge, skills and abilities:

• Ability to deal effectively with staff, youth, parents, local community leaders, schools and churches

• Demonstrate good written and verbal communication skills 

• Knowledge of youth development.

• BI-LINGUAL IN ENGLISH/SPANISH A PLUS

 

 

 

 

Job Responsibilities

• Plan, implement, facilitate, supervise and evaluate all educational programs, activities and events.

• Understand the Clubs’ philosophy, vision and goals.

• Develop special events and activities for core program areas.

• Plan and implement quality programs for youth.

• Provide guidance and role modeling to members.

• Implement and develop curriculums that are aligned with program themes and events.

• Design colorful and informative displays and bulletin boards promoting program areas.

• Assist in the execution of national projects and exhibits.

• Mentor and inspire youth, adults and volunteers in the creative process.

• Keep records of participants, schedules, attendance and program results.

• Perform community outreach for assigned program areas.

• Work with an array of individuals from diverse backgrounds.

• Mandatory First Aid/CPR.

• Other duties as assigned.

Schedule: Monday - Friday 2:30pm-5:30pm

Contact Name: Alicia Evans

Contact Phone Number: 8032407924

Contact Email: agenwright@bgcmidland.org

Program(s): Human Services

Referral Information: Call or email if interested.

Line Therapist / Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)

Date Posted: October 23, 2017

Deadline: Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Organization: Project HOPE Foundation

Location: Greenwood

City: Greenwood

Website: View Website

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or the national equivalent (GED, HiSET, TASC).
  • Certified as a Registered Behavior Technician or commitment to become certified by successfully completing a 40-hour training course (provided by Project HOPE Foundation) in Applied Behavior Analysis, and passing the RBT Competency Assessment and RBT examination.
  • Reliable transportation and car insurance.
  • Physical ability to lift up to 50 lbs. and actively engage with children in multiple locations.
  • Clear criminal background check and TB test.
  • Positive attitude and ability to work within a team environment.

Position Description:

Line Therapists work in client teams under the supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), implementing individualized educational and behavioral programming through 2-4 hour sessions of one-on-one therapy.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide direct 1:1 ABA services targeting the development of language and play and new academic, behavioral, social, and daily living skills.
  • Develop replacement responses for difficult or disruptive behaviors.
  • Create a fun, engaging environment for clients, using each individual’s motivations to promote meaningful learning opportunities and experiences.
  • Collect data on clients’ goals using an iPad.
  • Communicate with fellow therapists and BCBAs regarding client programs.
  • Provide support to parents, teachers, and caregivers through the modeling of appropriate interactions.
  • Participate in ongoing training to maintain certifications and further develop best clinical practices.

Schedule: Full Time and Part Time Positions available between the hours of 8:00 am and 3:45 pm.

Contact Name: Leah Pinckney

Contact Phone Number: 864-476-7400

Contact Email: employment@projecthopesc.org

Program(s): Human Services

Referral Information: Apply online

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ABA Line Therapist

Date Posted: September 25, 2017

Deadline: Monday, December 31, 2018

Organization: Agapi Behavioral Consultants

Location: Greenwood

City: Greenwood

Website: View Website

Job Type: Part Time

Wages/Salary: Training is $8.50/hour, once training is complete $10.50/hour.

Requirements:

CPR/First Aid certified, negative 2 step tb test results, clean background

Position Description:

What we are looking for: We are looking for individuals who love to work with children, and love to make a difference in a child's life each time they come to work. Who we are: We offer one to one applied behavior analysis (ABA) to children ages 0-21 who are on the Autism Spectrum. We offer a state of the art clinic in Greenville, SC which boasts a sensory gym and a visual light stimuli room. What you will love: Sub-contractors will work with a team comprised of a consultant, a lead therapist, line therapists, and a certified trainer to ensure the child's success throughout their program. We offer an intensive training program. We work in a team environment. Requirements : 18 years of age, high school diploma or GED, experience working with children, valid drivers license, reliable vehicle, proof of current car insurance, clear background check, negative PPD test, CPR/First Aid certification. Must be able to lift 50 pounds. An understanding that this position could potentially be handling behaviors. Sub-contractors: This position is a 1099 Sub-contracting job. This means that there is no mileage reimbursement, medical benefits, and taxes are not withheld from paychecks. Hours: *We are looking for therapists who can during the week in the afternoons and/or on weekends.

Schedule: After school hour Monday-Friday are primarily what is open right now, with some availability for Saturdays/Sundays.

Contact Name: Christen Concini

Contact Phone Number: 8645091555

Contact Email: christen@agapiservices.net

Program(s): Human Services

Referral Information: Please email Christen@agapiservices.net with a copy of your current resume attached.