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  • Maintenance Mechanic

    Decatur Housing Authority
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 100 Wilson Street NE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    MAINTENANCE MECHANIC


    Job Summary:

    This type of work involves the performance of semi-routine and diversified duties in connection with repairs to maintenance of buildings and grounds requiring many skills found at the journeyman level such as carpentry for woodwork repairs, minor plumbing repairs, electrical and painting work. An incumbent is expected to have knowledge of and manual skills in repairing such items as plumbing and heating valves and pipes, electrical switches, stoves and refrigerators, windows, doors and other wood materials, mechanical equipment (e.g. snow blowers, power mowers, hedge clippers), and in carrying out a full set of maintenance duties, may be required to work under hazardous and adverse conditions such as sleet, snow, heat, cold, dust and dirt.
    Principal Duties: (A given incumbent may/may not perform all of the following duties).
    • Independently performs a wide range of building and grounds repairs and maintenance functions, calling for physical exertion frequently.
    • Repairs plumbing fixtures and pipes such as toilets, sinks, drains, valves and controls.
    • Digs ditches and holes to uncover leaks, and, once found, repairs leaks to pipes and valves.
    • Repairs burner controls and switches, rewires electric ranges and performs minor electrical work on refrigerators.
    • Repairs or replaces electrical switches, outlets, lighting fixtures, circuit breakers, fuses, et al.
    • Repairs windows, doors, door frames, locks and mailboxes.
    • Repairs alarm systems, including controls.
    • Repairs mechanical equipment, such as snow blowers, power mowers, hedge clippers and other pieces generally used by the maintenance force.
    • Checks condition of boiler rooms, blows down boilers and makes repairs to oil pumps and valves; generally, maintains condition of boiler room in satisfactory condition.
    • Orders materials, supplies and equipment for own purposes and for others working on team; may lift heavy objects into place.
    • Inspects apartment for maintenance work to be done, usually as a result of a tenant request or work order.
    • Plans and carries out preventative maintenance and regular repair program for buildings, fixtures and other PHA property.
    • Uses a wide range of hand tools and equipment such as drills, hammers, pliers, electrical testers, hand and power saws, cutters, plungers, threaders, wire brushes, et al.
    • Performs a number of groundskeeping tasks: trimming, mowing and planting.
    • Performs other related duties of the class as required.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: (A given incumbent may/may not possess all of the following)
    • Working knowledge of and skill in applying knowledge in plumbing, electricity, heating, carpentry, painting and mechanical equipment.
    • Ability to read blueprints, drawings and technical documents.
    • Ability to perform complicated building maintenance tasks of varying difficulty independently.
    • Knowledge of tools and methods to be used in a wide range of building maintenance work.
    • Knowledge of occupational hazards and safety measures.
    • Ability to direct the work of others, such as laborers and aides.
    • Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
    • Ability to maintain acceptable working relationships with co-workers.
    • Ability to work in hazardous and adverse conditions, such as sleet, snow, cold, dust and dirt, as well as cramped quarters and high places.
    • Ability to lift heavy objects into and out of trucks or other carriers.
    • Ability to speak, read and write English.

    Supervision Received:
    An incumbent normally receives general supervision from the Property Manager, the Assistant Director of Housing Management, and in some cases, other maintenance mechanics. The incumbent carries out work assignments after being provided with a work schedule, determining own work methods and techniques for accomplishing. Incumbent generally works independently and exercises a great deal of independence of judgment in resolving problems in the act of repairing buildings and appurtenances. Supervisor spot checks work while in progress and upon completion for acceptability.
    Supervision Given:
    An incumbent may provide work direction and guidance to a small number of laborers, assistants and/or other maintenance mechanics.

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  • Systems Analyst II

    City Of Decatur Alabama
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $25.68 per hour

    Location: 610 4TH AVE SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    VACANCY ID# POSTING DATE CLOSING DATE
    2024-256 4/10/2024 4/24/2024
    JOB TITLE Systems Analyst II
    DEPARTMENT Information Systems
    STATUS 1 Full-time


    SALARY GRADE * *The City of Decatur compensation plan is based on an 18-step progression system. The following reflects the entry level potential in the assigned grade/range.
    **A starting salary above the minimum point of the assigned range may be considered commensurate with education, training and experience in alignment with the City’s pay administration policies**

    The starting annual salary in the pay range (paid biweekly) for this position is:
    $53,413.13

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
    This position performs complex and advance technical duties in troubleshooting, repairing, maintaining, testing, and installing computer equipment, peripherals, data communication systems, and network systems.
    • Diagnoses and resolves basic and complex hardware/software problems; responds to escalated problems from staff members, end-users, etc.; provides remote problem resolution when possible.
    • Installs, configures, secures, supports, and maintains hardware and software infrastructure in accordance with best practices.
    • Monitors and evaluates the efficiency and effectiveness of technology resources; identifies opportunities for improvement and provides recommendations to department heads and supervisors.
    • Works with user department to define software and hardware and to locate or develop technology solutions.
    • Leads implementation processes for new software applications and/or system updates.
    • Updates and maintains servers.
    • Manages, updates, and repairs communications hardware and software.
    • Manages mobile devices.
    • Installs, updates, and maintains audio-visual equipment.
    • Prepares and presents a variety of technical documentation and reports.
    • Provides end user training to city staff.
    MINIMUM QUALIFCATIONS • Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with the completion of a baccalaureate degree in a course of study related to the occupational field, or any combination of education, training, and experience that demonstrates the above listed knowledge, skills and abilities.
    • Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with having had a similar position for five or more years.
    HOW TO APPLY**
    Employment Applications are available on our website at www.decaturalabamausa.com, or from the Human Resources Department at Fort Decatur Recreational Center, 610 4th Ave SE, Decatur, AL 35601.

    Completed employment application, with current resume (if available), must be returned to the City of Decatur Human Resources Department by the posting closing date. May be delivered in person or:

    Mailed to: P. O. Box 1984, Decatur, AL 35602
    Emailed to: [email protected]
    Faxed to: (256) 341-4895
    The Human Resources Department may be contacted at (256) 341-4890

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  • Survey Crew Member

    Pugh Wright McAnally, Inc.
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $16.00 per hour

    Location: 308 8th Ave NE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    Pugh Wright McAnally is a civil engineering and land surveying organization that has been providing excellent service since 1957. We are looking to fill a Survey Crew Member position in Decatur, Alabama.

    A survey crew member conducts land, topographic, boundary, and construction surveys. Their primary role is to ensure the accurate and efficient collection, recording, and analysis of survey data in the field.

    Requirements and responsibilities:
    Must have a high school diploma or GED.
    Must possess a valid driver's license.
    Adjust to working in differing climate conditions, including extreme heat and cold.
    Must possess the physical ability to travel safely within variable outdoor terrains.
    Must be able to carry equipment up to 50 lbs. to remote locations.
    Be able to use time management to meet project deadlines.
    Learn to assist in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting field data.
    Use tools to stake lines and boundaries for new site developments.
    Learn to effectively use surveying tools, including GPS, Levels, and Robotic Total Stations.
    Work well in a team environment.
    Actively listen and follow directives.
    Stay updated with industry advancements and relevant regulations as required.

    Pugh Wright McAnally offers health & dental insurance, 401k/profit sharing, short-term disability, life insurance, paid time off, and paid holidays.


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  • Teller

    Redstone Federal Credit Union
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $17.00 per hour

    Location: 220 Wynn Dr., Huntsville, AL, 35893

    Job Description Summary
    Interacts with the member to gain knowledge and understanding of their financial needs. Utilizes all available resources to provide the best solution to ultimately enrich the member experience. Accurately and efficiently documents and processes the full range of member transactions to ensure member satisfaction.

    Job Description
    **Starting Pay $17.00**

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

    Greets members; assesses their needs and concerns; takes initiative to develop solutions to ensure member satisfaction.

    Documents and processes member transactions, including but not limited; to deposits, withdrawals, payments and other services.

    Provides information and promotes appropriate products and services to match member needs.

    Performs routine branch duties such as, assisting with open and closing procedures and maintaining supplies.

    EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE

    High school diploma.

    A minimum of two years prior customer experience or cash handling experience.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS

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

    Intermittent standing, sitting and walking.
    Using hands repetitively to handle, feel or operate computers and other standard office equipment.
    Reaching with hands and arms.
    Intermittent lifting and carrying between 5 and 25 pounds.

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  • Shipping & Receiving Specialist

    Redstone Federal Credit Union
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 220 Wynn Dr., Huntsville, AL, 35893

    Job Description Summary

    Supports all shipping and receiving functions of Redstone Federal Credit Union, by providing efficient and effective service for internal customers to ensure continued success for all business units. Ensures proper receipt and tracking of items and delivery to the applicable person or department. Coordinates items to be shipped with business owner and ensures items are packaged and prepared appropriately and are ready for collection by the relevant shipping vendor. May assist with other tasks within the Fulfillment Center.

    Job Description
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    Works on a team to ensure the routing and delivery of all incoming and outgoing mail, office supplies and other deliveries for the Credit Union effectively and efficiently, on a daily basis.

    Manages shipment and receipt of all inbound and outbound packages and shipments, working efficiently and effectively to ensure great customer service to both internal customers and external service providers.

    Collaborates with business owners regarding items to be shipped, prepared shipments appropriately to ensure proper packaging, tracking and shipment method and partner is utilized..

    Provides thorough inspection of received goods, comparing to provided records, and document receipts in Workday prior to delivery to internal customers.

    Identifies receipt of damaged shipments or discrepancies and escalates as appropriate.

    Works with procurement to track remaining items on partial shipments, returns for damaged goods, and issues that arise with items delivered.

    Manages time effectively to provide same day delivery to internal customers whenever possible.

    Maintains a clean, neat and member-ready receiving area and stages shipping supplies as necessary in order to maintain production readiness.

    Assists in departmental metric tracking for assigned tasks; performs data entry to prepare a variety of standard materials, documents and reports; updates computer records and databases; completes and processes standard forms related to areas of responsibility.

    Maintains records of work performed; documents and processes departmental work, including but not limited to; verifying for accuracy and completeness, performing research, scanning and filing documents and other materials, maintains stock and postage levels for the department and the Credit Union.

    Operates computers, scanners, copiers, optical imaging, mail and other related standard office and processing equipment.

    Complies with all security and audit procedures as required by procedures and policy in order to protect member information that may pass through the department.

    Company Wide Expectations
    Maintains a professional image and demeanor at all times, consistently demonstrating Credit Union RISE Values and adhering to the Code of Ethics.

    Delivers friendly, caring service to internal and external members.

    Complies with all applicable State, Federal and NCUA rules and regulations and all Credit Union policies and procedures.

    Follow all physical and online security procedures and maintain strict confidentiality of all member information.

    Completes all required regulatory and compliance training and maintains required knowledge of Credit Union products and services.

    Works scheduled hours and maintains punctuality.

    Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
    Minimum Qualifications
    To perform this job satisfactorily, an employee must be able to carry out each essential duty competently. The requirements listed below are representative of the education, experience, skills and abilities required.

    An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

    Education Requirements
    Required - High School or GED

    Required - Valid US driver's license

    Experience Requirement
    Required - 2 Years - Shipping & Receiving related experience.

    Preferred - Experience using pallet jacks and similar equipment.

    SKILLS/ABILITIES
    Effectively apply internal and external customer service practices and processes to meet quality service standards and achieve member satisfaction.

    Learn and apply information, on a wide range of Credit Union products, services and regulatory compliance requirements, in order to assess member situations and develop solutions.

    Ability to retain information vital to job function during training and utilize knowledge and experience in performing job functions.

    Ability to work independently and with a team.

    Communicate in a professional manner and deliver information clearly and effectively. Actively listen to questions, opinions and ideas of others. Use tact and diplomacy in sensitive and confidential situations.

    Use correct English including spelling, grammar and punctuation.

    Set priorities and manage one’s own time effectively.

    Understand and follow written and oral instructions.

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

    Physical Requirements
    Constant standing, sitting, walking, bending and climbing.

    Using hands repetitively to handle, feel or operate computers and other standard office equipment.

    Reaching with hands and arms.

    Good vision, including but not limited to; close and long vision, depth perception and ability to distinguish color and shades.

    Good hearing, in regular proximity and in louder work environments including but not limited to; warning signals and operating equipment sounds.

    Lifting and carrying up to and in excess of 100 pounds.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT
    Work Environment Disclaimer
    An employee in this job will experience the following main work environments, others not listed may also be encountered on occasion;

    Work Environment

    Works in a general office environment.

    Noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

    Occasionally exposed to moving mechanical parts and equipment.

    Occasionally exposed to outside weather conditions.

    Occasionally exposed to risk of electrical shock.

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  • Cloud Security Engineer

    Redstone Federal Credit Union
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 220 Wynn Dr., Huntsville, AL, 35893

    Job Description Summary

    Develops, secures, and maintains the security stack of the cloud infrastructure to support Credit Union business needs. Supports operational innovation and provides security direction to elevate the Credit Union’s security posture within a cloud computing infrastructure. Helps ensures applications are secure while supporting business initiatives. Utilizes advanced knowledge and trouble shooting skills to assist with the planning, designing, and implementing of procedures and ongoing maintenance.

    Collaborates with security leadership to consistently assess the threat landscape and to adapt quickly to protect the business from risk.

    Job Description
    Essential Duties and Responsibilities
    Develops, secures, and maintains a resilient enterprise-grade cloud security stack in tandem with cloud network engineers.

    Maintains a consistent, secure environment using configuration management solutions. Conduct rigorous oversight of security systems and security configuration administration to reduce risk to enterprise systems and accounts.

    Manages and maintains cloud Security Incident and Event Management (SIEM) and work closely with our cloud SIEM provider and Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) to capture logs and security events from cloud infrastructure and applications.

    Administers the Application Programming Interface (API) management tool to ensure API's are securely implemented and managed and work with Software as a service (SaaS) security posture management solution.

    Assists with development, maintenance and utilization of scripts (e.g., Python, Ruby, etc.) to support custom extracts, and transform load (ETL) tools, with a security focus for the data flow.

    Leads and conducts analysis of cloud infrastructure to detect security gaps or deficiencies in the cloud environment; recommends and implements solutions for improvements

    Secures business applications and computing environments across public, private or hybrid cloud infrastructures. Documents, formulates and enforces areas of security improvement that balance risk with business operations without impacting efficiencies or innovation.

    Actively monitors, assesses and recommends tactical and strategic initiatives based on new and emerging threats posing risk to cloud computing environments. Manages remediation efforts after security assessment findings outline weaknesses requiring attention.

    Adheres to the Information Security Program to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information assets: ensure proper data classification and compliance.

    Administers security systems to detect and prevent security breaches; monitors network and server intrusion detection systems; conducts vulnerability assessments and identifies areas for improved security management. Maintains accurate records on cyber security threat information, breaches and discovered security deficiencies. Disseminate complex security information clearly and concisely in a format that both technical and non-technical audiences can easily comprehend.

    Develops, recommends, implements and manages a variety of cloud security management policies, protocols, systems and tools, rogue wireless access point detection and Web content filters; network security policies and remote access standards guidelines; ensuring compliance with NCUA regulations. Collaborates regularly with others in the department to correct identified system vulnerabilities to reduce threats to the organization.

    Serves as expert consultant for all cloud security related matters. Evaluates problems, identifies root causes; coordinates resources determine temporary measures and/or permanent solutions, and recommends and/or implements measures to restore full service.

    Installs, configures, tests and implements system monitoring and management software tools; monitors system alerts, events, changes and activities that may impact performance or security; researches, troubleshoots and resolves complex system errors, failures and other problems.

    Works closely with others in the department to ensure security patches and firmware are up-to-date and proper security measures are in place.

    Acts as a key figure in incident response to track occurrence and resolution, with strict documentation and reporting as well as engagement with security operations and incident response teams.

    Stays apprised of current and proposed security changes impacting regulatory, privacy and security industry best practice guidance. Applies learned knowledge across key lines of business, including products, practices and procedures.

    Assists in maintaining strong oversight with cloud computing vendors and solution providers to safeguard against undue risk presented by external entities. Escalate to security management and business unit leads when points of weakness are discovered.

    Company Wide Expectations
    Maintains a professional image and demeanor at all times, consistently demonstrating Credit Union RISE Values and adhering to the Code of Ethics.

    Delivers friendly, caring service to internal and external members.

    Complies with all applicable State, Federal and NCUA rules and regulations and all Credit Union policies and procedures.

    Follow all physical and online security procedures and maintain strict confidentiality of all member information.

    Completes all required regulatory and compliance training and maintains required knowledge of Credit Union products and services.

    Works scheduled hours and maintains punctuality.

    Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
    To perform this job satisfactorily, an employee must be able to carry out each essential duty competently. The requirements listed below are representative of the education, experience, skills and abilities required.
    An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

    Education Requirements
    4 Year / Bachelors Degree - Information Security, Information Assurance, Information Systems, Computer Science or a closely related field - Required

    Holds or working towards one or more certifications including, CCSP (Certified Cloud Security Professional), AWS Certified Security Specialist, Azure Security Engineer Associate, or similar - Preferred

    Experience Requirement
    5 Years - Responsible experience in a Cloud Security Engineer role or related position with at least exposure with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure. Experience in other Cloud Service Providers (CSP) a plus. - Required

    Experience in cloud computing technologies, including software, infrastructure and platform-as-a-service, as well as public, private and hybrid environments - Required

    Experience in cloud networking architecture and cloud operations, with cloud access security broker (CASB) experience. - Required

    Experience in (IDS/IPS), public key infrastructure (PKI), identity and access management (IDAM) systems, antivirus and firewalls, in addition to newer offerings such as endpoint detection and response (EDR), threat intelligence platforms, security automation and orchestration, deception technologies and application controls - Required

    Extensive knowledge of cloud security controls and technologies, such as Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems, intrusion detection/prevention systems - Required

    SKILLS/ABILITIES
    Self-motivated and directed, well-organized and able to position controls in anticipation of threats.

    Ability to collaborate with technical and non-technical teams to promote ideas to support business enablement.

    Strong understanding of a wide-range of incident response, system configuration, vulnerability management and hardening guidelines.

    Demonstrates problem-solving abilities to manage complex local and international security requirements.

    Ability to perform complex cloud and firewall administration functions in a cloud network environment accurately and efficiently.

    Strong work ethic, leverage analytical and critical thinking, and be skillful at meeting change requests at a moment’s notice.

    Effectively apply internal and external customer service practices and processes to meet quality service standards and achieve member satisfaction.

    Resolve problems utilizing advanced knowledge and experience.

    Communicate in a professional manner and deliver information clearly and effectively. Actively listen to questions, opinions and ideas of others. Use tact and diplomacy in sensitive and confidential situations.

    Use correct English including spelling, grammar and punctuation.

    Operate computers and use business software and other standard office equipment.

    Understand and follow written and oral instructions.

    Set priorities and manage one’s own time effectively.

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

    Physical Requirements
    Intermittent standing, sitting, walking, bending and climbing.

    Using hands repetitively to handle, feel or operate computers and other standard office equipment.

    Reaching with hands and arms.

    Intermittent lifting and carrying up to 25 pounds.


    WORK ENVIRONMENT

    An employee in this job will experience the following main work environments, others not listed may also be encountered on occasion;

    Work Environment
    Works in a typical technology office environment.

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  • Collection Representative

    Redstone Federal Credit Union
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 220 Wynn Dr., Huntsville, AL, 35893

    Job Description Summary
    Performs a variety of collection activities and utilizes all available resources to reduce delinquent accounts, avoid charge-offs and foreclosures. Interacts with members to gain knowledge and understanding of their financial situation. Creates payment plans to protect the assets of the Credit Union.

    Job Description

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities
    Performs collections on delinquent accounts through phone calls, correspondence and follow-up; uses reason and research to find solutions and make payment arrangements; makes recommendations for account charge-offs, repossessions and foreclosures.
    Documents and processes departmental work, including but not limited to; verifying for accuracy and completeness, performing research, scanning and filing documents and other materials, retrieving and releasing documents and records.
    Performs specialized data entry to prepare a variety of standard materials, documents and reports; updates computer records and databases; completes and processes standard forms related to areas of responsibility.
    Updates, flags and closes delinquent accounts; prepares journal vouchers for payments.
    Prepares and maintains a variety of reports, including but not limited to; delinquencies, bankruptcies, foreclosures, returned checks and account charge-offs.
    Interacts with other departments, attorneys and third party vendors to research and resolve problems and provide requested information.
    Maintains records of work performed.
    Company Wide Expectations
    Maintains a professional image and demeanor at all times, consistently demonstrating Credit Union RISE Values and adhering to the Code of Ethics.
    Delivers friendly, caring service to internal and external members.
    Complies with all applicable State, Federal and NCUA rules and regulations and all Credit Union policies and procedures.
    Follow all physical and online security procedures and maintain strict confidentiality of all member information.
    Completes all required regulatory and compliance training and maintains required knowledge of Credit Union products and services.
    Works scheduled hours and maintains punctuality.
    Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
    Minimum Qualifications

    To perform this job satisfactorily, an employee must be able to carry out each essential duty competently. The requirements listed below are representative of the education, experience, skills and abilities required.

    An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

    Experience Requirement

    2 Years - Collections Experience - lending or member service experience may be considered - Required

    SKILLS/ABILITIES
    Effectively apply internal and external customer service practices and processes to meet quality service standards and achieve member satisfaction.
    Learn and apply information, on a wide range of Credit Union products, services and regulatory compliance requirements, in order to assess member situations and develop solutions.
    Resolve problems utilizing advanced knowledge and experience.
    Communicate in a professional manner and deliver information clearly and effectively. Actively listen to questions, opinions and ideas of others. Use tact and diplomacy in sensitive and confidential situations.
    Use correct English including spelling, grammar and punctuation.
    Operate computers and use business software and other standard office equipment.
    Understand and follow written and oral instructions.
    Set priorities and manage one’s own time effectively.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS
    Physical Demands Disclaimer

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

    Physical Requirements
    Intermittent standing, sitting, walking, bending and climbing.
    Using hands repetitively to handle, feel or operate computers and other standard office equipment.
    Reaching with hands and arms.
    Intermittent lifting and carrying up to 25 pounds.
    WORK ENVIRONMENT
    Work Environment Disclaimer

    An employee in this job will experience the following main work environments, others not listed may also be encountered on occasion;

    Work Environment

    Works in general office environment in a financial services facility.
    Remote work environment considered.

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  • Paraplanner - Investments & Insurance

    Redstone Federal Credit Union
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 220 Wynn Dr., Huntsville, AL, 35893

    Job Description Summary
    Provides quality and compliant financial plans for members at the request of financial advisors; gathers and analyzes data to ensure the content of the plan is relevant, valuable and appropriate for the member; performs investment research and analysis and coordinates member service needs with team members.

    Job Description

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities
    Gathers member data, financial reports, documents and records, including risk tolerance and financial goals, necessary to prepare investment proposals and portfolio reviews; inputs client data into financial planning software and maintains records to ensure compliance
    Analyzes member financial records and statements and conducts research to assist financial advisors in selecting appropriate investments, creating financial plans and providing analysis and recommendations to present to members.
    Generates the financial scenario reports for members and prepares presentations including charts, graphs and histograms to act as visual aids to educate and help the member make informed decisions
    Works collaboratively with the financial advisor when presenting financial plans to the member; answers any questions or concerns that a member may have based on their financial plan and responds to member inquiries.
    Performs updates and changes to the financial plan over time during reviews or when requested by the Financial Advisor or member.
    Proactively assists the financial advisors with identifying financial and new business development opportunities within their book of business related, but not limited to, Investments, Insurance, and the Credit Union products and solutions.
    Assists with the creation and implementation of workflows and procedures to improve efficiency and enhance the client/member experience
    Reviews data inputs and reporting to ensure accuracy and completeness; performs specialized data entry to prepare a variety of standard materials, documents and reports; updates computer records and databases; completes and processes standard forms related to areas of responsibility.
    Company Wide Expectations

    Maintains a professional image and demeanor at all times, consistently demonstrating Credit Union RISE Values and adhering to the Code of Ethics.
    Delivers friendly, caring service to internal and external members.
    Complies with all applicable State, Federal and NCUA rules and regulations and all Credit Union policies and procedures.
    Follow all physical and online security procedures and maintain strict confidentiality of all member information.
    Completes all required regulatory and compliance training and maintains required knowledge of Credit Union products and services.
    Works scheduled hours and maintains punctuality.
    Performs other related duties as assigned or requested.

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
    To perform this job satisfactorily, an employee must be able to carry out each essential duty competently. The requirements listed below are representative of the education, experience, skills and abilities required.

    An equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered.

    Education Requirements

    Required: 4 Year / Bachelors Degree Finance, Accounting, Economics or Business Related Field

    Required: FINRA Series 7 license, Series 63 and 65 OR Series 66 and Life and Health Insurance License.

    Experience Requirement

    Required: 2 Years Experience in the financial industry.

    Required: 2 Years Experience in financial planning / analysis and utilizing financial planning software


    SKILLS/ABILITIES

    Effectively apply internal and external customer service practices and processes to meet quality service standards and achieve member satisfaction.
    Learn and apply information, on a wide range of Credit Union products, services and regulatory compliance requirements, in order to assess member situations and develop solutions.
    Resolve problems utilizing advanced knowledge and experience.
    Communicate in a professional manner and deliver information clearly and effectively. Actively listen to questions, opinions and ideas of others. Use tact and diplomacy in sensitive and confidential situations.
    Use correct English including spelling, grammar and punctuation.
    Operate computers, scanners, copiers, optical imaging, mail and other related standard office and processing equipment.
    Understand and follow written and oral instructions.
    Set priorities and manage one’s own time effectively.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS
    Physical Demands Disclaimer

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

    Physical Requirements

    Intermittent standing, sitting, walking, bending and climbing.
    Using hands repetitively to handle, feel or operate computers and other standard office equipment.
    Reaching with hands and arms.
    Intermittent lifting and carrying up to 25 pounds.
    WORK ENVIRONMENT
    Work Environment Disclaimer

    An employee in this job will experience the following main work environments, others not listed may also be encountered on occasion;

    Work Environment

    Works in general office environment in a financial services facility.

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  • HR Analyst_Payroll Administrator

    City Of Decatur Alabama
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 610 4TH AVE SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    VACANCY ID# POSTING DATE CLOSING DATE
    2024-590 4/15/2024 Until position filled

    JOB TITLE HR Analyst/Payroll Administrator

    DEPARTMENT 019/Human Resources

    STATUS 1 Full-time 0Classified Service* 1Exempt Service 0Part-time/Temporary/Seasonal

    SALARY GRADE *
    Biweekly Minimum* $1,955.36 Biweekly Maximum $2975.31
    Annual Minimum $50,839.36 Annual Maximum $77,358.06

    *Starting salary will be commensurate with experience within the assigned pay range.



    SUMMARY* OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

    • This position reports to the Human Resources Director with primary responsibility for coordinating and managing payroll and timekeeping administration.

    • Manages and ensures accuracy and compliance of payroll and all payroll reporting requirements (i.e. payroll tax table updates, withholding and reporting; W2 and 1095 processing; Quarterly reporting such as 941 and Quarterly Wage; garnishments; benefit and leave management deductions; and any other special payroll processing and deduction requirements.)

    • Other duties will include verifying accuracy of GL and payroll account assignments and analysis of various payroll and human resources data models, HRIS/Payroll and Time entry systems focal and end user training development and deployment

    • Manages and audits benefit leave processing and accrual tables

    • Reconciles monthly group benefit invoices against payroll deductions and ensures timely and accurate benefit vendor payment processing

    *Full job description available upon request or at our website – https://www.cityofdecatural.com


    MINIMUM QUALIFCATIONS

    • BA/BS degree in a course of study related to the occupational field such as finance, math, human resources or general business with concentration in same is preferred.
    • Five or more years of direct large employer payroll administration and reporting experience, including W2 and 1095 processing, and quarterly payroll tax reporting.
    • Must have experience in automated HRIS/payroll systems experience; prior system implementation and/or upgrade experience highly desirable
    • Intermediate to advanced level skill in Microsoft Excel is required.
    • Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.


    HOW TO APPLY

    The City of Decatur is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability or any other protected status.

    Employment Applications are available on our website at https://www.cityofdecatural.com/, or from the Human Resources Department at 610 4th Ave SE, Decatur, AL 35601.

    Completed employment application, with current resume (if available), must be returned to the City of Decatur Human Resources Department by the posting closing date. May be delivered in person or:

    Mailed to: P. O. Box 1984, Decatur, AL 35602
    Emailed to: [email protected]
    Faxed to: (256) 301-3108
    The Human Resources Department may be contacted at (256) 341-4890

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  • Beautification Crew Associate I

    City Of Decatur Alabama
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $15.67 per hour

    Location: 610 4TH AVE SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    Beautification Crew Associate I
    Environmental Services

    JOB SUMMARY

    This position assists in the Beautification of the City through litter collection.

    MAJOR DUTIES

    • Responsible for the transport of assigned crew to/from assigned work locations.

    • Ensures assigned crew is productive in the collection of litter and debris from city streets, rights of way, and other City owned properties.

    • Ensures assigned vehicle and equipment is in good working order and reports issues to department leadership in a timely manner.

    • Ensures safe work practices including wearing appropriate PPE and vests, and placement of safety cones, signs, and flags.

    • Performs related duties.

    KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION

    • Skill in safe operation of City vehicle.

    • Skill in problem solving.

    • Skill in interpersonal relations.

    • Skill in oral and written communication.

    SUPERVISORY CONTROLS

    The Beautification Crew supervisor assigns work in terms specific instructions, and spot-checks completed work for compliance with instructions and established procedures, accuracy, and the nature and propriety of the final results.



    GUIDELINES

    Guidelines include city and department policies and procedures. These guidelines are generally clear and specific but may require some interpretation in application.

    COMPLEXITY/SCOPE OF WORK

    • The work consists physical activity. Inclement weather contributes to the complexity of the work.

    • The purpose of this position is to assist in the collection of street litter. Successful performance in this position contributes to provision of a clean, well-maintained municipality.

    CONTACTS

    • Contacts are typically with coworkers, other city personnel, vendors, and the general public.

    • Contacts are typically to resolve problems and provide services.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS/ WORK ENVIRONMENT

    • The work is performed outdoors, occasionally in cold or inclement weather. The employee may be exposed to noise, dust, dirt, grease, and machinery with moving parts. Work requires the use of protective devices such as masks, goggles, gloves, etc.

    SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY

    None.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    • High school diploma or equivalent GED.

    • Valid driver’s license issued for the vehicle to be operated.



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  • Recreation Coordinator - Therapeutics

    City Of Decatur Alabama
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $22.70 per hour

    Location: 610 4TH AVE SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES
    & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    This position is responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of assigned therapeutic programs, activities, and events to ensure appropriate and inclusive recreational activities

    • Knowledge of -therapeutic program management principles.
    • Knowledge of -therapeutic activities.
    • Knowledge of computers and job-related software programs.
    • Knowledge of personnel management and supervisory principles.
    • Skill in planning.
    • Skill in administering and delivering recreation and educational programming.
    • Skill in problem solving.
    • Skill in interpersonal relations.
    • Skill in oral and written communication.

    *Job description available upon request or at our website – www.cityofdecatural.com


    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
    • A Bachelor’s degree in therapeutic recreation, education, or related field and two years of experience in therapeutic recreation is highly desired; OR sufficient education and experience to demonstrate competency sufficient to meet the requirements of this position.
    • Eligibility and availability to pursue additional training and certification programs in therapeutic recreation programming.
    • Current driver’s license.

    HOW TO APPLY:
    The City of Decatur is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability or any other protected status.
    Employment Applications are available on the City’s website at www.cityofdecatural.com, or from the Human Resources Department at 610 4th Ave SE, Decatur, AL 35601.
    Completed employment application, with current resume (if available), must be returned to the City of Decatur Human Resources Department by the posting closing date.
    May be delivered in person or:
    Mailed to: P. O. Box 1984, Decatur, AL 35602 Emailed to: [email protected] Faxed to: (256) 341-4895
    The Human Resources Department may be contacted at (256) 341-4890

    **Due to the volume of responses received, we will not be able to provide a status of consideration. Candidates who have been selected for the next step in the review process will be notified.


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  • Landfill Maintenace Associate

    City Of Decatur Alabama
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $15.67 per hour

    Location: 610 4TH AVE SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    Landfill Maintenance Associate
    Landfill

    JOB SUMMARY

    This position is responsible for assisting in the maintenance and operations of the city landfill.

    MAJOR DUTIES

    • Maintains landfill grounds.

    • Operates a bush hog, mowers, weed eaters, and other grounds maintenance equipment.

    • Maintains leachate building and monitors pump operations.

    • Maintains and repairs tools and equipment.

    • Operates a variety of hand and power tools.

    • Reports all needed repairs and safety concerns to the supervisor.

    • Directs traffic within the landfill and in the disposal site.

    • Performs related duties.

    KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION

    • Knowledge of relevant environmental rules and regulations.

    • Knowledge of department and city policies and procedures.

    • Knowledge of the principles and practices of landfill operation.

    • Knowledge of grounds equipment operation and maintenance principles.

    • Skill in the operation of hand and power tools.

    • Skill in the operation of landfill equipment.

    • Skill in oral and written communication.


    SUPERVISORY CONTROLS

    The Landfill Manager assigns work in terms of somewhat general instructions. The supervisor spot-checks completed work for compliance with instructions and established procedures, accuracy, and the nature and propriety of the final results.

    GUIDELINES

    Guidelines include city and department policies and procedures. These guidelines are generally clear and specific, but may require some interpretation in application.

    COMPLEXITY/SCOPE OF WORK

    • The work consists of related ground maintenance duties. Inclement weather conditions contribute to the complexity of the position.

    • The purpose of this position is to assist in the maintenance of the city landfill. Successful performance contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness landfill operations.

    CONTACTS

    • Contacts are typically with co-workers, contractors, and the general public.

    • Contacts are typically to resolve problems and provide services.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS/ WORK ENVIRONMENT

    • The work is typically performed while intermittently sitting, standing, or stooping. The employee occasionally lifts light and heavy objects, uses tools or equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity, distinguishes between shades of color, and utilizes the sense of smell.

    • The work is typically performed outdoors, occasionally in cold or inclement weather. The employee may be exposed to noise, dust, dirt, grease, machinery with moving parts, contagious or infectious diseases, or irritating chemicals. The work requires the use of protective devices such as masks, goggle, or gloves.

    SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY

    None.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    • Ability to read, write and perform basic mathematical calculations.

    • Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/internship or having had a similar position for one to two years.

    • Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Alabama for the type of vehicle or equipment operated.

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  • Equipment Operator III

    City Of Decatur Alabama
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $20.06 per hour

    Location: 610 4TH AVE SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    Equipment Operator III
    Landfill

    JOB SUMMARY

    This position is responsible for operating heavy equipment in support of city landfill operations.

    MAJOR DUTIES

    • Operates heavy equipment in support of landfill operations, including dozer, compactors, dump trucks, and tractors.

    • Reports all needed repairs and safety concerns to the supervisor.

    • Maintains work facility, including sweeping, pressure washing, and cleaning.

    • Ensures compliance with federal and state regulations.

    • Directs traffic within the landfill and in the disposal site.

    • Maintains and repairs landfill equipment.

    • Maintains disposal site and grounds; mows grass, weed eats, and operates a bush hog.

    • Performs related duties.

    KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION

    • Knowledge of relevant environmental rules and regulations.

    • Knowledge of department and city policies and procedures and federal, state, and local laws and regulations.

    • Knowledge of the principles and practices of landfill operation.

    • Knowledge of heavy equipment operation and maintenance principles.

    • Skill in the operation of landfill equipment.

    • Skill in providing customer services.

    • Skill in oral and written communication.

    SUPERVISORY CONTROLS

    The Landfill Manager assigns work in terms of general instructions. The supervisor spot-checks completed work for compliance with procedures, accuracy, and the nature and propriety of the final results.

    GUIDELINES

    Guidelines include state and federal landfill rules and regulations and city and department policies and procedures. These guidelines are generally clear and specific, but may require some interpretation in application.

    COMPLEXITY/SCOPE OF WORK

    • The work consists of related equipment operation duties. Inclement weather conditions contribute to the complexity of the position.

    • The purpose of this position is to operate heavy equipment in support of city landfill operations. Successful performance contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of those operations.

    CONTACTS

    • Contacts are typically with co-workers, contractors, and the general public.

    • Contacts are typically to give or exchange information, resolve problems, and provide services.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS/ WORK ENVIRONMENT

    • The work is typically performed while intermittently standing, stooping, bending, crouching, or walking. The employee frequently lifts light and heavy objects, climbs ladders, uses tools or equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity, and must distinguish between shades of color.

    • The work is typically performed outdoors, occasionally in cold or inclement weather. The employee may be exposed to noise, dust, dirt, grease, machinery with moving parts, contagious or infectious diseases, or irritating chemicals. The work requires the use of protective devices such as masks, goggle, or gloves.

    SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY

    This position may have functional supervision over a crew of personnel when assigned.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    • Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with completion of specialized training in the field of work, in addition to basic skills typically associated with a high school education.

    • Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/internship or having had a similar position for one to two years.

    • Possession of a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Alabama for the type of vehicle or equipment operated.

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  • Recycling Maintenance Associate

    City Of Decatur Alabama
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $15.67 per hour

    Location: 610 4TH AVE SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    Recycling Maintenance Associate
    Recycling

    JOB SUMMARY

    This position is responsible for assisting in the maintenance and operations of the city recycling.

    MAJOR DUTIES

    • Maintains recycling grounds.

    • Operates a bush hog, mowers, weed eaters, and other grounds maintenance equipment.

    • Maintains leachate building and monitors pump operations.

    • Maintains and repairs tools and equipment.

    • Operates a variety of hand and power tools.

    • Reports all needed repairs and safety concerns to the supervisor.

    • Directs traffic within the landfill and in the disposal site.

    • Performs related duties.

    KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION

    • Knowledge of relevant environmental rules and regulations.

    • Knowledge of department and city policies and procedures.

    • Knowledge of the principles and practices of recycling operation.

    • Knowledge of grounds equipment operation and maintenance principles.

    • Skill in the operation of hand and power tools.

    • Skill in the operation of recycling equipment.

    • Skill in oral and written communication.


    SUPERVISORY CONTROLS

    The Recycling Manager assigns work in terms of somewhat general instructions. The supervisor spot-checks completed work for compliance with instructions and established procedures, accuracy, and the nature and propriety of the final results.

    GUIDELINES

    Guidelines include city and department policies and procedures. These guidelines are generally clear and specific, but may require some interpretation in application.

    COMPLEXITY/SCOPE OF WORK

    • The work consists of related ground maintenance duties. Inclement weather conditions contribute to the complexity of the position.

    • The purpose of this position is to assist in the maintenance of the city recycling. Successful performance contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of recycling operations.

    CONTACTS

    • Contacts are typically with co-workers, contractors, and the general public.

    • Contacts are typically to resolve problems and provide services.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS/ WORK ENVIRONMENT

    • The work is typically performed while intermittently sitting, standing, or stooping. The employee occasionally lifts light and heavy objects, uses tools or equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity, distinguishes between shades of color, and utilizes the sense of smell.

    • The work is typically performed outdoors, occasionally in cold or inclement weather. The employee may be exposed to noise, dust, dirt, grease, machinery with moving parts, contagious or infectious diseases, or irritating chemicals. The work requires the use of protective devices such as masks, goggle, or gloves.

    SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY

    None.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    • Ability to read, write and perform basic mathematical calculations.

    • Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/internship or having had a similar position for one to two years.


    • Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Alabama for the type of vehicle or equipment operated.

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  • Recycling Truck Driver

    City Of Decatur Alabama
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $18.17 per hour

    Location: 610 4TH AVE SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    Recycling Truck Driver
    Recycling

    JOB SUMMARY

    This position operates a truck along an assigned route to collect recyclable materials.

    MAJOR DUTIES

    • Operates a truck along an assigned route to collect recyclable materials.

    • Conducts vehicle inspections to ensure safety and operability; performs minor maintenance and repairs.

    • Cleans around recycling center.

    • Operates baler.

    • Operates a skid steer and other equipment.

    • Performs related duties.

    KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED BY THE POSITION

    • Knowledge of department and city policies and procedures.

    • Knowledge of equipment operation, maintenance, and repair principles.

    • Skill in planning, organization, and decision making.

    • Skill in providing customer services.

    • Skill in oral and written communication.

    SUPERVISORY CONTROLS

    The Recycling Supervisor assigns work in terms of general instructions. The supervisor spot-checks completed work for compliance with procedures, accuracy, and the nature and propriety of the final results.


    GUIDELINES

    Guidelines include city and department policies and procedures. These guidelines are generally clear and specific but may require some interpretation in application.

    COMPLEXITY/SCOPE OF WORK

    • The work consists of related vehicle operation and other duties. Inclement weather conditions contribute to the complexity of the position.

    • The purpose of this position is to collect recyclable materials and assist in the operation of the Recycling Center. Successful performance contributes to the efficiency and effectiveness of city recycling functions.

    CONTACTS

    • Contacts are typically with co-workers and the general public.

    • Contacts are typically to give or exchange information, resolve problems, and provide services.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS/ WORK ENVIRONMENT

    • The work is typically performed while standing, walking, bending, crouching, or stooping. The employee frequently lifts light and heavy objects and uses tools or equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity.

    • The work is typically performed outdoors, occasionally in cold or inclement weather. The employee may be exposed to noise, dust, dirt, grease, machinery with moving parts, contagious or infectious diseases, or irritating chemicals. The work requires the use of protective devices such as masks, goggle, or gloves.

    SUPERVISORY AND MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBILITY

    None.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    • Ability to read, write and perform mathematical calculations at a level commonly associated with the completion of high school or equivalent.

    • Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/internship or having had a similar position for one to two years.

    • Must possess a current and valid Alabama Class B Commercial Driver’s License (CDL).

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  • Administrative Assistant

    Superior Carpets & Floor Coverings, Inc.
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: p.o. box 3044, decatur, AL, 35602

    Data Entry Clerk
    Filing/Answer telephones
    Inventory/Shipping/Receiving
    AP/AR

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  • Part Time Transit Drivers - no CDL

    NARCOG (North Central Alabama Regional Council of Governments)
    • Other
    • Part Time
    • $10.32 per hour

    Location: 216 Jackson Street SE, PO Box C, Decatur, AL, 35602

    NARCOG is seeking part-time Transit Drivers to provide public transportation services for individuals in the Decatur area. The position is responsible for the safe operation of NARCOG Transit vehicles and the transport of passengers over a specified route to local and distant points according to transit scheduling. Responsibilities include picking up passengers in Decatur and transporting them to requested locations in Decatur, assisting wheelchair passengers on and off vehicle lifts, securement of wheelchair or motorized chair passengers, pushing and lifting wheelchairs when necessary, and carrying a passenger’s medical equipment. A valid driver's license and good driving record is required. Applicants are subject to a pre-employment background check and drug/alcohol testing.

    Visit www.narcog.org to view the full job description.

    - Transit Driver I - Part-time without CDL, $10.32 per hour
    - All positions are: Part-time. Non-Exempt. Two shifts are available at this time. Morning shift is 7:00am to 12:00pm and Afternoon shift is 12:00pm to 5:00pm.
    - This position reports to the NARCOG Transit Director.

    To be considered, qualified applicants should submit an application or resume on Indeed.com by 3:00 pm on Friday, February 16th, 2024 or until position is filled. Applicants may also come to NARCOG’s main office at 216 Jackson Street, Decatur, AL, between the hours of 8:00 and 4:30 Monday through Friday to pick up an application. Applications picked up at the office need to be completed and mailed to NARCOG PO Box C, Attention HR, Decatur, AL 35602 or returned by 3:00pm on Friday, February 16th, 2024 or until positions are filled.

    NARCOG is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    About North Central Alabama Regional Council of Governments (NARCOG): NARCOG is an organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals and the livability of communities within Cullman, Lawrence and Morgan Counties. We connect families to programs and services that help older adults and disabled individuals. We connect regional and community leaders, organizations, and businesses to resources that create more vibrant and livable communities.

    Learn more at www.narcog.org or https://www.facebook.com/narcogal/

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  • Part Time Drivers with CDL Passenger Endorsement

    NARCOG (North Central Alabama Regional Council of Governments)
    • Other
    • Part Time
    • $11.56 per hour

    Location: 216 Jackson Street SE, PO Box C, Decatur, AL, 35602

    NARCOG is seeking part-time Transit Drivers to provide public transportation services for individuals in the Decatur area. The position is responsible for the safe operation of NARCOG Transit vehicles and the transport of passengers over a specified route to local and distant points according to transit scheduling. Responsibilities include picking up passengers in Decatur and transporting them to requested locations in Decatur, assisting wheelchair passengers on and off vehicle lifts, securement of wheelchair or motorized chair passengers, pushing and lifting wheelchairs when necessary, and carrying a passenger’s medical equipment. A valid driver's license and good driving record is required. Applicants are subject to a pre-employment background check and drug/alcohol testing. CDL with passenger endorsement is preferred.

    Visit www.narcog.org to view the full job description.

    -Transit Driver II - Part-time with CDL/Passenger Endorsement, $11.56 per hour
    -Part-time. Non-Exempt. Two shifts are available at this time. Morning shift is 7:00am to 12:00pm and Afternoon shift is 12:00pm to 5:00pm.
    -This position reports to the NARCOG Transit Director.

    To be considered, qualified applicants should submit an application or resume on Indeed.com by 3:00 pm on Friday, February 16th, 2024 or until position is filled. Applicants may also come to NARCOG’s main office at 216 Jackson Street, Decatur, AL, between the hours of 8:00 and 4:30 Monday through Friday to pick up an application. Applications picked up at the office need to be completed and mailed to NARCOG PO Box C, Attention HR, Decatur, AL 35602 or returned by 3:00pm on Friday, February 16th, 2024 or until positions are filled.

    NARCOG is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    About North Central Alabama Regional Council of Governments (NARCOG): NARCOG is an organization dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals and the livability of communities within Cullman, Lawrence and Morgan Counties. We connect families to programs and services that help older adults and disabled individuals. We connect regional and community leaders, organizations, and businesses to resources that create more vibrant and livable communities.

    Learn more at www.narcog.org or https://www.facebook.com/narcogal/

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  • Retail/Guest Services Associate - Part Time

    Cook Museum of Natural Science
    • Other
    • Part Time
    • $11.00 per hour

    Location: PO Box 2955, Decatur, AL, 35602

    What are we looking for?



    Someone who is energetic, passionate about people, and doesn’t mind a little hard work. This person would ideally have a background in retail and customer service, be energetic, and work well with people. Schedule flexibility (up to 30 hours per week) and the willingness to work weekends and some holidays is a must.



    What does a day look like in this position?



    This one is a little tough to answer! This person will wear many hats, but most importantly, make sure that our guests have a world class experience. Our Retail/Guest Services Associates are responsible for many things including, but not limited to:

    Selling tickets/memberships
    Enrolling guests in classes/camps
    Selling and stocking merchandise in the museum store
    Answering telephones and directing calls as necessary
    We are all part of the same team and we all pitch in when there is work to be done.

    If this sounds like something that you want to know more about, we’d love to talk to you about it! Fill out an application and we will be in touch. Please make sure that you give us plenty of details about your past work experience.

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  • Gallery Explainer - Part Time

    Cook Museum of Natural Science
    • Other
    • Part Time
    • $11.00 per hour

    Location: PO Box 2955, Decatur, AL, 35602

    Who are we looking for?

    Someone who loves interacting with people and has a passion for natural science. Schedule flexibility (up to 25 hours per week) and the willingness to work weekends and some holidays is a must.

    Requirements
    What does a day look like in this position?

    We work in a fast-paced environment, and our Gallery Explainers help our guests to engage with the exhibits and enjoy their visit. A few of the daily tasks include, but are not limited to:

    Educating guests through informal conversations to enhance the content of the Museum exhibits and help fulfill our mission to engage, educate, and excite our visitors
    Maintaining a clean exhibit area
    Monitoring the behavior of guests to ensure the safety of the Museum exhibits
    One of the best things about working at the Cook Museum is the team environment. We are looking for people to add to our Museum family that are willing to work hard and have a fun while doing it. We are all part of the same team, and we all pitch in when there is work to be done.

    If this sounds like something that you want to know more about, we’d love to talk to you about it! Fill out an application and we will be in touch. Please make sure that you give us plenty of details about your past work experience.

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  • Accountant

    Alabama Farmers Cooperative
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $19.50 per hour

    Location: 121 Somerville Rd NE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    Cooperative Accounting Services (CAS) Accountant

    Job Description:
    To ensure that accurate financials are produced for Cooperative stores and accurate files are maintained to support them.

    Functions:
    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    • Customer Service Oriented – Serve cooperative stores, assist store managers, and bookkeepers to resolve accounting issues
    • Maintain at least 6 store General Ledgers - Record daily, monthly, & annual entries as needed
    • Cash Management – Post daily deposits/withdrawals, invest excess cash or fund accounts as needed, reconcile monthly bank statements & document file
    • Payroll – Fund & post entries, reconcile at month-end
    • Accounts Payable – Invoice entry, maintain records
    • Fixed Assets – Post monthly depreciation, including additions/deletions, reconcile & file backup
    • Purchase Order Variance/Accrual - Reconcile
    • Review expenses & post monthly accruals
    • Sales Taxes – Print reports, reconcile, e-file monthly
    • Financials – Produce & print monthly financials for each store
    • Annual 1099 Filings – Enter, reconcile, & submit to the IRS
    • Assist other CAS staff as needed
    • Other duties as assigned
    • Prompt and regular attendance is essential
    • Some overtime may be required

    Required Education and Experience:

    • Bachelor’s Degree – Accounting (Preferred)
    • Computer-literate

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

    • Computer keyboard and 10-key calculator skills
    • Microsoft Office Suite; Emphasis on Excel, Word & Outlook, electronic filing
    • Organizational skills
    • Prioritization skills – Ability to switch between tasks
    • Analytical skills
    • Reconciliation skills
    • Communication skills
    • Willingness to learn & work as part of a team
    • Meet deadlines
    • Accuracy

    Work Environment:
    The job is performed indoors in a cubicle office setting. Activities include extended periods of sitting and extensive work at a computer monitor.

    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. Ability to communicate orally with management and other co-workers is crucial. Regular use of the telephone and e-mail for communication is essential. Sitting for extended periods and the use of hands to finger is common. Hearing and vision within normal ranges is helpful for normal conversations, to receive ordinary information and to prepare or inspect documents.
    No heavy lifting is expected. Exertion of up to 10 lbs. of force occasionally may be required. While performing the duties of this job, good manual dexterity for the use of common office equipment such as computer terminals, calculator, copiers, and FAX machines is required. The employee is occasionally required to walk, climb, balance, reach, stoop, kneel, crouch, and crawl.

    Travel:
    Some travel and overnight travel may be expected.

    Supervisory Responsibility:
    None

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  • Team Leader

    Tractor Supply Company
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 1731 2nd Ave SW, Cullman, AL, 35055

    Overall Job Summary -
    The Team Leader is responsible for assisting the Store Manager and Assistant Store Manager with the execution of operational, sales, and merchandising objectives by delivering a Legendary Customer Experience. The Team Leader is also responsible for promoting a safe and productive work environment for all Team Members, customers, and vendors, as well as training Team Members on the appropriate application of policies and procedures.

    Do you love the life out here and want to share it with others? At Tractor Supply we strive to make the life out here a little bit better each day for both our neighbors and our teams.


    Essential Duties and Responsibilities (Min 5%) -
    It is essential that you be available, flexible, adaptable, and service-oriented, as you must be able to fulfill all of the following requirements:

    Maintain regular and predictable attendance.
    Work scheduled shifts, and have the ability to work varied hours, days, nights, weekends, and overtime as dictated by business needs.
    Uphold and promote a safe and productive work environment by following and enforcing policies and procedures.
    Deliver on our promise of Legendary Customer Service through GURA:
    Greet the Customer.
    Uncover Customer’s Needs & Wants.
    Recommend Product Solutions.
    Ask to Add Value & Appreciate the Customer.
    The Team Leader is required to perform a combination of the following duties during 95 percent of their day. Although the mix may vary from one day to another, our business and staffing model makes it essential that every person in the Team Leader position be able to perform all of the following duties accurately, efficiently and safely on a regular basis and without advance notice:
    Execute assigned basic, promotional, and seasonal merchandising activities.
    Perform Opening/Closing procedures.
    Transport and make deposits to bank.
    Assess store conditions and assign duties.
    Organize and prioritize workflow through the use of the daily planner.
    Recovery of merchandise.
    Participate in mandatory freight process.
    Perform regular and promotional price change activities.
    Resolve customer complaints/issues and ensure the customer has a Legendary shopping experience that differentiates from the competition.
    Adhere to loss prevention standards and respond to any alarm calls as needed.
    Communicate with Team Members on job functions, responsibilities and financial goals.
    Operate cash register/computer supervising cash handling procedures.
    Assist Team Members on appropriate application of policies and procedures.
    Ensure the safety and well-being of birds. Sanitize and maintain poultry holding tanks and care for birds as required.
    Operate Forklift and Baler.
    Complete all documentation associated with any of the above job duties.
    May be required to perform other duties as assigned.

    Required Qualifications
    Experience: Retail experience and/or farming, ranching, pet/equine, or welding knowledge is strongly preferred. Supervisory experience preferred. Must be at least 18 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license.

    Education: High school diploma or equivalent is preferred, but not required. Regardless of education level, you must be able to read, write, and count accurately.

    Preferred knowledge, skills or abilities
    Basic computer skills.
    Ability to read, write, and count accurately.
    Strong interpersonal skills and ability to resolve issues ethically and with minimal conflict.
    Ability to perform and execute principle responsibilities of Team Members.



    Working Conditions
    Working environment is favorable, generally working inside with moderate noise.
    Work shifts vary from one store to another, but generally are no less than 4 hours and may exceed 8 hours
    Promote a safe and productive work environment for Team Members and customers and adhere to Company safety training and guidelines
    Indoor floors and outdoor lots generally are hard surfaces (concrete, asphalt, etc.) lighting and temperature are adequate.
    Ability to work outdoors in adverse weather conditions.
    Physical Requirements
    Ability to move and transfer merchandise, weighing up to 50 pounds, throughout the store.
    Ability to push and pull merchandise up to 2,000 pounds with the assistance of proper material handling equipment (e.g. pallet jack).
    Ability to occasionally lift or reach merchandise overhead.
    Ability to frequently stand, kneel, twist, crouch, squat, bend, stoop, and climb ladders.
    Ability to move throughout the store for an entire shift.
    Ability to safely access all areas of the store including selling floor, side lot, stock area, and register area.
    Ability to operate and use all equipment necessary to run a store (e.g. dolly, handtruck, forklift, baler, computer, cash register) (forklift and baler requirements do not apply if under the age of 18).
    Ability to constantly operate store equipment such as computer, cash register, and other store equipment.
    Ability to read, write, and count accurately to complete all documentation.
    Ability to utilize strong written and verbal communication skills to communicate effectively with team members and customers.
    Ability to process information / merchandise through the point-of-sale system.
    Ability to handle and be in contact with birds/poultry.
    Ability to successfully complete training and certification to dispense propane, and to dispense propane (propane certification and dispensing requirement does not apply if under the age of 18).
    Ability to successfully complete all required training.
    Ability to travel as required in support of district needs.
    Ability to drive or operate a vehicle for business needs.
    This position is non-sedentary.

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  • Team Member

    Tractor Supply Company
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $11.50 per hour

    Location: 1731 2nd Ave SW, Cullman, AL, 35055

    Overall Job Summary -
    This position is responsible for interacting with customers and team members, supporting selling initiatives and performing assigned tasks, while providing legendary customer service.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities (Min 5%) -
    Maintain regular and predictable attendance.
    Work scheduled shifts and have the ability to work varied hours, days, nights, weekends and overtime as dictated by business needs.
    Take the initiative to support selling initiatives (GURA):
    Greet the Customer
    Uncover the Customers’ needs
    Recommend products
    Ask for the Sale
    Team Members are required to perform a combination of the following duties during 95 percent of their day. Although the mix may vary from one day to another, our business and staffing model makes it essential that every Team Member be able to perform all of the following duties accurately, efficiently and safely on a regular basis and without advance notice:
    Operate cash register/computer following cash handling procedures as established by Tractor Supply Company
    Recovery of merchandise
    Participate in mandatory freight process
    Complete Plan-o-gram procedures (merchandising, sets, and resets)
    Assemble merchandise
    Perform janitorial duties
    Execute price changes/markdowns
    Operate Forklift (unless under the age of 18)
    Operate Cardboard Baler (unless under the age of 18)
    Assist customers with loading purchases
    Ensure the safety and well-being of birds. Sanitize and maintain poultry holding tanks and care for birds as required
    Complete all documentation associated with any of the above job duties
    Team Members also may be required to perform other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications -
    High School Diploma is preferred
    No experience is required
    High Demand IT Specialized Skills
    Platform Knowledge
    Preferred knowledge, skills or abilities
    Farming, ranching, pet/equine, or welding knowledge is strongly preferred.
    Ability to read, write, and count accurately.
    Strong communication and problem-solving skills.
    Basic computer skills.
    Strong interpersonal skills and ability to resolve issues ethically and with minimal conflict.


    Working Conditions -
    Working environment is favorable, generally working inside with moderate noise.
    Indoor floors and outdoor lots generally are hard surfaces (concrete, asphalt, etc.) lighting and temperature are adequate.
    Work shifts vary from one store to another, but generally are no less than 4 hours and may exceed 8 hours
    Promote a safe and productive work environment for Team Members and customers and adhere to Company safety training and guidelines

    Physical Requirements -
    Ability to move and transfer merchandise, weighing up to 50 pounds, throughout the store.
    Ability to push and pull merchandise up to 2,000 pounds with the assistance of proper material handling equipment (e.g. pallet jack).
    Ability to occasionally lift or reach merchandise overhead.
    Ability to frequently stand, kneel, twist, crouch, squat, bend, stoop, and climb ladders.
    Ability to move throughout the store for an entire shift.
    Ability to safely access all areas of the store including selling floor, side lot, stock area, and register area.
    Ability to operate and use all equipment necessary to run a store (e.g. dolly, handtruck, forklift, baler, computer, cash register) (forklift and baler requirements do not apply if under the age of 18).
    Ability to constantly operate store equipment such as computer, cash register, and other store equipment.
    Ability to read, write, and count accurately to complete all documentation.
    Ability to utilize strong written and verbal communication skills to communicate effectively with team members.
    Ability to process information / merchandise through the point-of-sale system.
    Ability to handle and be in contact with birds/poultry.
    Ability to successfully complete all required training.

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  • Order Filler

    American Whole Book Company Inc
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 4350 Bryson Blvd, Florence, AL, 35630

    We are looking for experienced warehouse associates for our Order Filling Department Mon-Thurs 7AM -5PM* $13.50-$15.00 to start based on experience plus monthly incentive pay for speed/accuracy. Great Benefits!
    *Schedules may vary.
    Open Interviews Tuesday 10AM-3PM
    4350 Bryson Blvd Florence, Al.
    256-718-8338

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  • Customer Service Represenative

    Jackson Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Electrical & Septic
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 4504 Hwy 31 S, Decatur, AL, 35603

    Job Description:
    Answer inbound phone calls with professional etiquette.
    Make outbound calls to customers for their membership appointments.
    Listen to customers’ concerns, issues and questions.
    Resolve customers’ concerns and answer customers’ questions to your best ability.
    Book appointments.
    Maintain a positive attitude and calmly respond to customers’ complaints.
    Work in a CRM to obtain all of the customer's information.

    Requirements and Skills:
    Proven customer support experience or experience as a Customer Service Representative.
    Strong phone contact handling skills and active listening.
    Familiarity with CRM systems and practices not required but preferred.
    Customer orientation and ability to adapt/respond to different types of characters.
    Excellent communication and presentation skills.
    Ability to multi-task, prioritize, and manage time effectively.
    High school diploma.
    Clean background.
    Can pass a drug test.

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  • Apprentice Plumber

    Jackson Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Electrical & Septic
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $15.00 per hour

    Location: 4504 Hwy 31 S, Decatur, AL, 35603

    What You’ll Do:

    • Support a team of technicians in the field.
    • Perform hard and manual labor (digging, climbing, carrying heavy items, cleaning, etc.)
    • Support the warehouse staff.
    • Learn how to put customers at ease while educating them on plumbing issues and fixing their problems.
    • Provide exceptional customer service. Present yourself as professional and knowledgeable to ensure the satisfaction of our customer base and to win referrals and repeat business.
    • Communicate positively & effectively with teammates in the field and in the office.
    • Be ready and willing to help out wherever you are needed.
    • Commit to high standards of ethics, honesty, and integrity.

    What you need to succeed:

    • Valid Driver’s License and Clean MVR.
    • High standards for your work. Excellence & integrity matter to you.
    • A growth-mindset and the want to get better every day.
    • The ability to hustle & thrive under pressure.
    • You are able to be a true team player with a positive attitude at all times.
    • You are dependable and consistent in all areas.

    Physical Requirments:

    • Physical dexterity in limbs and digits to operate hand and power-driven tools and equipment commonly used in the field.
    • Physical ability to lift, carry, push, and/or pull up to 50 pounds on a regular basis, and occasionally up to 100 pounds.
    • Ability to continually walk, stand, climb, stoop, bend, kneel, reach in all directions.
    • Ability to maintain balance working off the ground using ladders, scaffolds, and/or mechanical lifts.
    • Ability to climb stairs and ladders and work in high, precarious places.
    • Ability to sit and/or stand for extended periods of time.
    • Ability to work outside; exposed to heat and cold.
    • Ability to see and read with or without vision aids.
    • Ability to hear and speak to exchange information.
    • Ability to perform maintenance duties and read blueprints, drawings, and specifications.

    What is in it for you?

    • Inventive/Commission/Bonus opportunities (Based on role / grade level)
    • 401(k) retirement savings plan with matching contributions (once eligibility requirements have been met)
    • Comprehensive health coverage (medical, dental, vision, company paid short-term disability, and long-term disability) and life insurance benefits for you and your dependents.
    • Paid time off & paid holidays (depending on role and month of hire)
    • Your career at Ace is more than just a job. It’s a chance to be part of something meaningful. We help locally-owned businesses thrive and make an impact in their communities – and we support our employees in doing the same by offering an annual Ace Cares Week, time off work to volunteer at an organization of your choice, opportunities to help Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and the Ace Helpful Fund through the Ace Foundation
    • Ace invests in every employee we hire, with a key focus on development and coaching. We offer classes, facilitator-led courses, and a generous tuition assistance program, plus a performance management approach that goes beyond the typical annual review.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Pay: $15.00 - $17.00 per hour

    Benefits:
    • 401(k)
    • Dental insurance
    • Health insurance
    • Paid time off
    • Vision insurance

    Work Location: In person

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  • Behavior Therapist

    Every Step ABA Services
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $16.00 per hour

    Location: 1629 4th Ave st. 100 C, Decatur, AL, 35601

    The Behavioral Technician implements behavioral intervention strategies and acts a shadow for assigned client in the school setting and on outings during school hours. In general, clients may [or may not] have diagnoses of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Developmentally Delayed, Oppositional Defiance Disorder have diagnosed but need assistance with expected classroom behavior. Services are provided for students who need behavioral guidance, behavioral intervention, classroom readiness, classroom skills and assistance communicating needs. Communicate effectively with the student’s teachers and Teacher of Record for behavioral needs

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  • Registered Behavior Therapist

    Every Step ABA Services
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 1629 4th Ave st. 100 C, Decatur, AL, 35601

    The Registered Behavior Technician implements behavioral intervention strategies and acts a shadow for assigned client in the school setting and on outings during school hours. This is a credentialed position. In general, clients may [or may not] have diagnoses of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Developmentally Delayed, Oppositional Defiance Disorder have diagnosed but need assistance with expected classroom behavior. Services are provided for students who need behavioral guidance, behavioral intervention, classroom readiness, classroom skills and assistance communicating needs. Communicate effectively with the student’s teachers and Teacher of Record for behavioral needs

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  • Sales Specialist - Corporate Office

    Cook's Pest Control
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 1741 Fifth Ave. SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    Company Description

    Cook’s Pest Control, Inc., a family-owned business, has over 300,000 customers, 1650+ employees and 37 locations. Cook’s has been servicing customer for over 90 years and is known throughout the Southeast for their integrity, community involvement, and commitment to excellence. With that kind of reputation, it’s no wonder we have been named one of the most successful Pest Control companies in the United States!

    Job Description

    The Sales Specialist is responsible for selling residential pest control internet leads from the corporate website and from creative sales over the phone and making outbound calls from provided lists to support field sales inspectors. Must exceed minimum sales and activity quotas on a daily, monthly, and annual basis. Must comply with applicable state, local and federal regulation in selling over the phone (e.g., state certified, registered or licenses).

    Work hours may vary based on seasonality and creative scheduling success and may include evening and Saturday availability.

    Specific Duties Include:

    Responsible for weekly meetings with sales department, which would include sales progress for the week, progress working various programs reviewing monthly budgets to ensure he/she is on target.
    Sales Specialist must adhere to pricing schedules.
    Responsible for collections from sales by the sales department.
    Promptly answering and/or responding to designated residential pest control leads, serving the potential customer by providing information and answering questions and closing the residential pest control sale.
    Work to schedule/secure termite control and other sales inspections for district inspectors.
    Maintenance and organization of all paper and digital sales forms and prospective customer data.
    Attendance to appropriate sales and company meetings and training seminars
    Compliance with all company policies, instructions, and directives for the fulfillment of company objectives and maximum profitable sales.
    Other duties as assigned.

    Qualifications

    Some sales experience is helpful
    High School Diploma or GED
    Valid Driver’s License
    Basic computer skills including the use of email
    Excellent communication skills, proper grammar, and punctuation
    Ability to perform basic math computation
    Reliable in attendance with a great attitude and work ethic
    Ability to perform work with minimal supervision
    Must be able to type a minimum of 25-30 WPM with 100% accuracy
    An acceptable Drug Test, Criminal Background check and Driving Record

    Additional Information
    Along with a great place to work, Cook’s employees enjoy:

    Competitive Pay!
    Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability!
    401(k) Retirement Plan with Company Match!
    Paid Time Off – Vacation/Sick Time + Holidays!
    Mentorship & Advancement opportunities!
    * Cook’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.

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  • Pest Control Sales - Decatur

    Cook's Pest Control
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $18.00 per hour

    Location: 1741 Fifth Ave. SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    Company Description

    Cook’s Pest Control, Inc., a family-owned business, has over 300,000 customers, 1650+ employees and 37 locations. Cook’s has been servicing customer for over 90 years and is known throughout the Southeast for their integrity, community involvement, and commitment to excellence. With that kind of reputation, it’s no wonder we have been named one of the most successful Pest Control companies in the United States!

    Do you want to work for a company that values Faith, Family and Community? Do you need great pay and benefits? Would you enjoy a flexible, independent work environment?

    If the answer is YES, start a rewarding career as a Sales Inspector with Cook’s Pest Control, Inc. TODAY!

    Job Description

    A typical day for our Sales Inspectors might include:

    Contacting potential customers to schedule appointment/inspection
    Completing indoor and outdoor home/commercial inspections
    Measuring and calculating the cost of services
    Explaining findings and recommending solutions to Pest/Termite Control problems
    Prospecting for new business leads
    Preparing sales contracts and documentation
    Sometimes, Saturday and evening work is required

    Qualifications

    Some Sales experience is helpful but…No experience? No problem! Cook’s offers the best training in the industry!
    High School Diploma or GED
    Valid Driver’s License
    Excellent Communication Skills
    A Great Attitude and Work Ethic
    An acceptable Drug Test, Criminal Background check and Driving Record
    Ability to adhere to Cook’s Grooming policy:
    Tattoos must be covered at all times.
    Facial hair should not exceed 1/2 inch (12.7 millimeters) in length
    Dyed hair should be of natural hair color.
    Male employees (uniformed and non-uniformed) are not permitted to wear any type of earring or any other piercing device that is publicly visible. Women may wear no more than 2 pairs of earrings.
    Regardless of sex, all hairstyles must be neat, clean, and natural color, with men’s hair not to exceed the collarbone.

    Additional Information

    Along with a great place to work, Cook’s employees enjoy:

    Company Provided Vehicle and Gas Card (for business use)!
    Competitive Pay - After training, potential to earn up to $80,000 or more!
    Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability!
    Flexible, Independent Work Environment!
    401(k) Retirement Plan with Company Match!
    Paid Time Off – Vacation/Sick Time + Holidays!
    Mentorship & Advancement opportunities!

    * Cook’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.

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  • Pest Control Technician - Decatur

    Cook's Pest Control
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $18.00 per hour

    Location: 1741 Fifth Ave. SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    Company Description

    Cook’s Pest Control, Inc., a family-owned business, has over 300,000 customers, 1650+ employees and 37 locations. Cook’s has been servicing customer for over 90 years and is known throughout the Southeast for their integrity, community involvement, and commitment to excellence. With that kind of reputation, it’s no wonder we have been named one of the most successful Pest Control companies in the United States!

    Do you want to work for a company that values Faith, Family and Community? Do you need great pay and benefits? Would you enjoy a flexible, independent work environment?

    If the answer is YES, start a rewarding career as a Pest Control Technician with Cook’s Pest Control, Inc. TODAY!

    Job Description

    Driving company vehicle directly to customer locations from your home; return home after last appointment
    Contacting customers to schedule pest control/termite service
    Mixing products and loading equipment into a company service vehicle
    Administering treatments, install preventative products and/or service bait/termite stations
    Collecting payments from customers
    Completing home inspections and recommending solutions for pest/termite problems
    Visiting a customer to remedy a complaint or service issue
    Prospecting for new business leads
    Sometimes, Saturday and evening work is required

    Qualifications

    No experience? No problem! Cook’s offers the best training in the industry!
    High School Diploma or GED
    Valid Driver’s License
    Excellent Communication Skills
    A Great Attitude and Work Ethic
    An acceptable Drug Test, Criminal Background check and Driving Record
    Ability to adhere to Cook’s Grooming policy:
    Tattoos must be covered at all times.
    Facial hair should not exceed 1/2 inch (12.7 millimeters) in length
    Dyed hair should be of natural hair color.
    Male employees (uniformed and non-uniformed) are not permitted to wear any type of earring or any other piercing device that is publicly visible. Women may wear no more than 2 pairs of earrings.
    Regardless of sex, all hairstyles must be neat, clean, and natural color, with men’s hair not to exceed the collarbone.

    Additional Information

    Along with a great place to work, Cook’s employees enjoy:

    Company Provided Vehicle and Gas Card (for business use, upon route assignment)!
    Starting pay $18/hour with earnings potential of up to $65,000/year!
    Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability!
    Flexible, Independent Work Environment!
    401(k) Retirement Plan with Company Match!
    Paid Time Off – Vacation/Sick Time + Holidays!
    Mentorship & Advancement opportunities!

    * Cook’s is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status.

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  • Commercial HVAC Technician

    D&L LLC
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 1413 e ash ext, Blytheville, AR, 72315

    Join our dedicated team at D&L, a leading company specializing in facility maintenance. We are currently seeking a skilled HVAC Technician to work with our outstanding team of professionals. We offer a stable work environment with no residential service calls or winter layoffs. Our team operates Monday to Friday, with no travel required, providing a balanced work-life schedule.

    Responsibilities
    Performing routine maintenance and repairs on HVAC systems
    Ensuring all HVAC systems are functioning optimally
    Collaborating with team members ensure efficient operations

    Qualifications
    Proven experience as an HVAC Technician
    Strong understanding of HVAC systems and their operations
    Excellent problem-solving skills
    Ability to work well in a team
    Compensation
    The successful candidate will receive a competitive starting pay of $20-30 per hour, depending on experience.

    Benefits
    Immediate benefits with no waiting period
    Up to 4 weeks paid time off
    Nine paid vacation days
    Free healthcare plans, including dental and vision
    Retirement plan

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  • IBS Customer Service Specialist I - Decatur, AL

    Bank Independent
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $16.00 per hour

    Location: PO Box 5000, Sheffield, AL, 35660

    General Summary

    Under the supervision of the Customer Service Manager or Supervisor, and in compliance with established policies and procedures, the Customer Service Specialist I performs functions for the Customer Service Department. Functions may include such tasks as customer service duties, collection efforts, data entry, typing correspondence to clients and customers, fulfilling customer requests, and notifying management of any potential problems.

    Essential Functions

    To provide the premier accounts receivable management experience.
    Contacts customers regarding delinquent invoices, payment application errors, and dispute resolution.
    Uses multiple web-based applications in an effort to provide exemplary service.
    Uses extensive phone and email contacts to help customers and clients solve billing problems.
    Engages management on any significant changes in pay history, ability to pay, or willingness to pay at a transactional level.
    Able to accept payments in various forms using web-based applications.
    Assists in the collection of returned checks using the policies and procedures outlined by the Collections department.
    Initiates proactive conversations with customers by providing information in the form of statements, transactional spreadsheets, and invoice copies.
    Practices dispute resolution through a series of written correspondence between clients and customers.
    Maintains accurate transactional applications to balance accounts at the request of customers.
    Keeps accurate records of correspondence between Interstate Billing Service, our clients, and customers.
    Researches accounts at a transactional level to ensure the placement of funds which are unaccounted for are returned to the proper customer or client.
    Recommends the transfer, refund, and chargeback of transactions, regardless of amount, according to processes and procedures of the Customer Service Department.
    Performs other duties as assigned.


    Working Conditions

    Generally good, with little exposure to noise, extreme temperatures, dust or other adverse factors.
    Considerable effort and eyestrain from continued checking on the accuracy of all work leaving the department.


    Minimum Level of Preparation and Training

    A high school diploma or equivalent
    Phone based customer service experience preferred


    Required Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities

    Excellent phone-based customer service skills
    The ability to accomplish multiple objectives in a fast-paced environment
    Strong communication and team-work skills
    The ability to develop knowledge of product, services, and processes
    The ability to develop a thorough understanding of proprietary software
    The ability to operate basic office equipment
    The ability to access information on the internet
    Have a working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Applications of Word, Excel, and Outlook
    The ability to solve complex problems or have strong problem-solving skills




    Employees are required to perform other duties as assigned by management. Management reserves the right to change this job description as needed. 8/2019

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  • IBS Payments Specialist - Decatur, AL

    Bank Independent
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $16.00 per hour

    Location: PO Box 5000, Sheffield, AL, 35660

    General Summary

    Under the supervision of the Supervisor/Manager of the Payment Department and in compliance with established policies and procedures, the Payment Specialist I performs support functions for the payment department. Functions may include processing Customer payments (Checks, ACH, Wire, Online Payment, Credit Card, etc.) to our customer’s accounts. The payments are processed thru our OCR software and Core system. Associate may also research payments to refund/return to customers/clients as well as any correspondence. All responsibilities may not be performed by all incumbents.


    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

    Verify and post electronic and manual payments to the non-recourse system with assistance of OCR software.
    Assist in the mail room by opening, sorting and scanning checks.
    Assist with other mail room duties, such as placing postage on outgoing mail and distributing miscellaneous mail to appropriate areas.
    Initiate request(s) to return or forward checks to customers/clients.
    Operate one or more standard office machines such as computer, calculator, scanner and copier.
    Initiate the transfer of invoices, refunds and charge backs, subject to approval of authorized associates.
    Prepare refunds for distribution to customers/clients.
    Scan adjustments and other documents to be uploaded into Document Management Software.
    Review and work reports to clear any unresolved payments on customer’s accounts.
    Perform research as necessary for customers pertaining to application of their payment.
    Answer calls from customers and/or clients to address any questions they may have about payment application.
    Maintain good client/customer relations.
    Assist other Departments as needed.
    Provide support for the Company’s sales efforts, which include promoting company services as opportunities arise.
    Perform other duties as assigned.


    WORKING CONDITIONS:

    Generally good, with little exposure to noise, extreme temperatures, dust or other adverse factors.
    Considerable effort and eyestrain from continued checking on the accuracy of all work leaving the department.



    MINIMUM LEVEL OF PREPARATION AND TRAINING

    A high school diploma or equivalent
    Data Entry and/or Payment skills are preferred


    REQUIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES

    Ability to key numbers with excellent accuracy.
    The ability to accomplish multiple objectives in a fast-paced environment.
    Strong communication and team-work skills.
    Ability to develop knowledge of IBS products, bank products, services and processes.
    Ability to operate basic office equipment.
    Working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Applications of Word, Excel and Outlook.



    Employees are required to perform other duties as assigned by management. Management reserves the right to change this job description as needed.









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  • Full Time Teller, Decatur, AL

    Bank Independent
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $16.00 per hour

    Location: PO Box 5000, Sheffield, AL, 35660

    General Summary

    The full time teller is responsible for providing exceptional customer service to consumer and commercial customers by conducting cash, deposit, and withdrawal transactions efficiently and accurately while in compliance with established policies and procedures. Under the direct supervision of the Head Teller, the full time teller also assists new and existing customers with financial needs and offers products and services to fulfill those needs.


    Essential Functions


    This position requires flexible hours.



    Relationship Development



    Identifies and meets customer needs through sales and service with focus on deepening customer relationships
    Actively listens for opportunities to cross-sell additional products and services
    Answers customer inquiries and refers customers to the appropriate bank representative for specialized products and services
    Answers phone courteously within three rings or less
    Demonstrates Raving Fans behaviors and use of the Winning Play while creating exceptional customer experiences
    Resolves customer complaints regarding sales and service


    Branch Operations

    Maintain an adequate cash drawer at all times; this includes buying and selling currency to and from the vault, as necessary
    Conducts cash, deposit, loan, deposit and withdrawal transactions accurately
    Balances cash drawer in accordance with Bank procedures and regulations
    Perform as a team member in allocating and coordinating the work flow
    Contribute to the fulfillment of the department and bank objectives and goals
    Processes night deposits
    Completes Teller Hours Worksheet accurately and in a timely manner
    Prepares compliance forms, such as, Monetary Instrument Log (MIL), Currency Transaction Report (CTR), etc. accurately and in a timely manner
    Operates bank equipment, such as, teller machine, currency counter, cash advance machine, typewriter, etc.
    Issues Official Checks and Money Orders
    Trains with Head Teller to perform Head Teller duties
    Attends branch meetings
    Processes credit card cash advances
    Performs other duties as assigned


    Compliance



    Adhere to all regulatory requirements and bank policies and procedures
    Resolves any discrepancies involving Currency Transaction Reports (CTR), Monetary Instrument Log (MIL) in a timely manner
    Notifies Head Teller of any outage before close of day
    Adheres to the Cash Control Procedures
    Ensures teller area is secure and all security requirements are followed
    Completes required online training assignments in a timely manner


    Working Conditions

    Generally good with little exposure to noise, extreme temperatures, dust, or other adverse factors.
    Considerable effort and eyestrain from continuously verifying accuracy of all work leaving the department.
    May be required to stand for long periods of time while providing teller service.


    Minimum Level of Preparation and Training

    High School diploma or equivalent
    One year previous experience with direct customer service interaction required
    Previous experience handling cash transactions preferred


    Required Abilities, Knowledge, and Skills

    Ability to further develop consumer and commercial relationships and cross-sell additional products and services to match customer’s needs and wants
    Ability to develop knowledge of the bank’s products, services, and processes
    Ability to accomplish multiple objectives in a fast paced environment
    Ability to develop a thorough understanding of bank specific software and other basic office equipment
    Excellent communication, team-work, and customer service skills
    Strong organizational, time management, and presentation skills
    Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications, such as, Work, Excel, and Outlook


    Employees are required to perform other duties as assigned by management that may not be listed. Management reserves the right to change this job description as needed.

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  • Part Time Teller, Decatur, AL

    Bank Independent
    • Other
    • Part Time
    • $15.00 per hour

    Location: PO Box 5000, Sheffield, AL, 35660

    General Summary

    The part time teller is responsible for providing exceptional customer service to consumer and commercial customers by conducting cash, deposit, and withdrawal transactions efficiently and accurately while in compliance with established policies and procedures. Under the direct supervision of the Head Teller, the part time teller also assists new and existing customers with financial needs and offers products and services to fulfill those needs.

    Essential Functions

    This position requires flexible hours.


    Relationship Development

    Identifies and meets customer needs through sales and service with focus on deepening customer relationships
    Actively listens for opportunities to cross-sell additional products and services
    Answers customer inquiries and refers customers to the appropriate bank representative for specialized products and services
    Answers phone courteously within three rings or less
    Demonstrates Raving Fans behaviors and use of the Winning Play while creating exceptional customer experiences
    Resolves customer complaints regarding sales and service


    Branch Operations

    Maintain an adequate cash drawer at all times; this includes buying and selling currency to and from the vault, as necessary
    Conducts cash, deposit, loan, deposit and withdrawal transactions accurately
    Balances cash drawer in accordance with Bank procedures and regulations
    Perform as a team member in allocating and coordinating the work flow
    Contribute to the fulfillment of the department and bank objectives and goals
    Processes night deposits
    Completes Teller Hours Worksheet accurately and in a timely manner
    Prepares compliance forms, such as, Monetary Instrument Log (MIL), Currency Transaction Report (CTR), etc. accurately and in a timely manner
    Operates bank equipment, such as, teller machine, currency counter, cash advance machine, typewriter, etc.
    Issues Official Checks and Money Orders
    Trains with Head Teller to perform Head Teller duties
    Attends branch meetings
    Processes credit card cash advances
    Performs other duties as assigned


    Compliance

    Adhere to all regulatory requirements and bank policies and procedures
    Resolves any discrepancies involving Currency Transaction Reports (CTR), Monetary Instrument Log (MIL) in a timely manner
    Notifies Head Teller of any outage before close of day
    Adheres to the Cash Control Procedures
    Ensures teller area is secure and all security requirements are followed
    Completes required online training assignments in a timely manner


    Working Conditions

    Generally good with little exposure to noise, extreme temperatures, dust, or other adverse factors.
    Considerable effort and eyestrain from continuously verifying accuracy of all work leaving the department.
    May be required to stand for long periods of time while providing teller service.


    Minimum Level of Preparation and Training

    High School diploma or equivalent
    One year previous experience with direct customer service interaction required
    Previous experience handling cash transactions preferred


    Required Abilities, Knowledge, and Skills

    Ability to further develop consumer and commercial relationships and cross-sell additional products and services to match customer’s needs and wants
    Ability to develop knowledge of the bank’s products, services, and processes
    Ability to accomplish multiple objectives in a fast paced environment
    Ability to develop a thorough understanding of bank specific software and other basic office equipment
    Excellent communication, team-work, and customer service skills
    Strong organizational, time management, and presentation skills
    Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Applications, such as, Work, Excel, and Outlook


    Employees are required to perform other duties as assigned by management that may not be listed. Management reserves the right to change this job description as needed.

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  • IBS Clerical Specialist - Decatur, AL

    Bank Independent
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $16.00 per hour

    Location: PO Box 5000, Sheffield, AL, 35660

    General Summary:

    To perform various clerical duties requiring a limited knowledge of systems and procedures. All responsibilities may not be performed by all incumbents. This position is based in Decatur, AL.

    Essential Functions:

    Writes or types bills, statements, receipts, checks, or other documents.

    Data entry and retrieval on computer.
    Answer telephone and takes messages as needed.
    Proofread records or forms.
    File materials, correspondence, reports, and so on as required.
    May operate one or more standard office machines such as a typewriter, computer, calculator, fax machine, scanner and photocopier.
    Provides support for the Company's sales efforts which includes selling and promoting company services as opportunities arise.
    Perform other duties as assigned.


    Working Conditions

    Generally good, with little exposure to noise, extreme temperatures, dust or other adverse factors.
    Considerable effort and eyestrain from continued checking on the accuracy of all work leaving the department.


    Minimum Level of Preparation and Training

    A high school diploma or equivalent




    Employees are required to perform other duties as assigned by management. Management reserves the right to change this job description as needed.

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  • Parks Maintenance Associate III- Tree

    City of Decatur
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $19.09 per hour

    Location: 610 4th Ave SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

    This position provides experienced, expert level maintenance of city parks and facilities and specifically tree maintenance removal. The incumbent will oversee the maintenance/removal of trees and limbs and installation and maintenance of landscaping, while assisting in preparing for tournaments and special events. provides senior level guidance with all relevant rules and regulations; work requires the employee to frequently lift light and occasionally heavy objects, climb ladders, use tools or equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
    • High school diploma or equivalent GED, plus specialized training and skill as an arborist.


    • Five or more years of directly related experience preferred.



    • Must have prior experience operating tree and lawn maintenance equipment such as, backhoe, chainsaw, bucket truck and dump truck.



    • Must be experienced in the use of proper PPE for work performed.



    • Must possess a Class B CDL, or demonstrate the ability to be licensed for a Class B Commercial Driver’s License.



    HOW TO APPLY** The City of Decatur is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability or any other protected status.


    Employment Applications are available on the City’s website at www.cityofdecatural.com, or from the Human Resources Department at City Hall-2nd Floor Tower, 402 Lee St NE, Decatur, AL 35602.



    Completed employment application, with current resume (if available), must be returned to the City of Decatur Human Resources Department by the posting closing date.

    May be delivered in person or:



    Mailed to: P. O. Box 1984, Decatur, AL 35602

    Emailed to: [email protected]

    Faxed to: (256) 341-4895

    The Human Resources Department may be contacted at (256) 341-4890

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  • Equipment Operator- Street

    City of Decatur
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $16.47 per hour

    Location: 610 4th Ave SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    Equipment Operator I – may operate equipment in the repair and maintenance of city streets
    • Equipment Operator II – will operate a truck along an assigned route to collect solid waste



    Performs other duties as assigned *Full job description available upon request or at our website – https://www.cityofdecatural.com

    MINIMUM QUALIFCATIONS •Ability to read, write and perform mathematical calculations at a level commonly associated with the completion of high school or equivalent;
    •Sufficient experience to understand the basic principles relevant to the major duties of the position, usually associated with the completion of an apprenticeship/internship or having had a similar position for one to two years;

    •Must possess a current and valid Alabama Class B Commercial Driver’s License (CDL).

    · For Equipment Operator I classification Class B CDL requirement may be fulfilled during the first six months of employment.

    · For Equipment Operator II classification Class B CDL must be held at the time of application.

    HOW TO APPLY** The City of Decatur is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, disability or any other protected status.


    Employment Applications are available on our website at https://www.cityofdecatural.com/, or from the Human Resources Department at City Hall-2nd Floor Tower, 402 Lee St NE, Decatur, AL 35602.



    Completed employment application, with current resume (if available), must be returned to the City of Decatur Human Resources Department by the posting closing date. May be delivered in person or:


    Mailed to: P. O. Box 1984, Decatur, AL 35602

    Emailed to: [email protected]

    Faxed to: (256) 341-4895

    The Human Resources Department may be contacted at (256) 341-4890

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  • Firefighter

    City of Decatur
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $23.80 per hour

    Location: 610 4th Ave SE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    SUMMARY OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
    The purpose of this classification is to perform technical and specialized work functions associated with preparing for and responding to fire, EMS, rescue, and disaster emergency and non-emergency calls, with protecting life and property, and with supporting fire safety, prevention, public relations, and equipment maintenance activities. This position is considered a full-time firefighter in accordance with the Alabama Fire College and Personnel Standards Commission section 360-X-2.-02. *Full job description, which includes Paramedic Allowance Eligibility Requirements, available upon request or at our website – https://www.cityofdecatural.com
    MINIMUM QUALIFCATIONS:
    · High school diploma or equivalent GED is required. Additional training for formal education highly desired.
    · Preferential consideration will be given to candidates who possess Alabama Paramedic License.

    · No experience requirements (entry level Firefighter).

    · Candidates must pass the CPAT prior to eligibility for the employment process. CPAT certification is good for one year from successful completion. The following link provides information on the CPAT process: https://www.alabamafirecollege.org/courses-training/student-resources/cpat/. Candidates will take the CPAT at the Decatur testing date(s) (held at a Huntsville facility) to be announced later.

    · Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Alabama for the type of vehicle or equipment operated.

    · Ability to meet current requirements for Firefighter I, II, Rope 1, and Hazardous Materials Technician as set forth by the Alabama Fire College and Personnel Standards Commission.

    · Possession of, or ability to readily obtain and maintain, NREMT and State of Alabama EMT-B certification.

    The City of Decatur is in the Retirement Systems of Alabama (RSA), currently all employees with Tier 1 retirement benefit eligibility. Benefits include tuition assistance; medical, dental, vision, vacation, sick leave, life insurance and long term disability benefits; and Employee Assistance Program. Decatur Fire/Rescue is a growing department with planned expansion upcoming. DFR has 48 on 96 hours off shift. EMT/Paramedic licensing is sponsored (paid leave and tuition); full additional training support; full Sutphen fleet; and full uniform allowance.

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  • Construction Plumber

    Lee Company
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 4057 Rural Plains Circle, Franklin, TN, 37064

    Lee Company provides core construction services of HVAC, plumbing and electrical for large and small commercial projects throughout Tennessee, Alabama, and Kentucky. Our incredible team has built their reputation on trust, honesty, employee safety and construction excellence since 1944. Safety is a core value that permeates how we live, train, work, and look out for our teammates.

    Company Perks & Benefits:

    Our mission at Lee Company is to create an environment where our employees can thrive, and we mean that. Wellness involves your relationships, finances, career, community, as well as physical health. We don’t just talk the talk, we walk the walk. Check out what benefit programs we offer to help our team and family members THRIVE with us!

    - We pay 100% of every employee’s long-term disability, life insurance, and fees associated with acquiring and maintaining a trade license
    - We offer free trade training and license exam preparation through Lee Company University (LCU), our very own NCCER accredited trade school
    - We have a company match program for 401(k) and health savings account contributions
    - You earn paid time off and paid holidays for your personal well-being
    - You earn rewards for your commitment to wellness and participation in initiatives through our rewards program
    - We offer meaningful assistance programs like Chaplain services, an on-site / mobile clinic, and an emergency assistance fund
    - We connect you to opportunities to make an impact through volunteering in our communities
    - And other benefits such as health insurance, dental, vision, and short-term disabilities

    Summary of Job:
    This position is based out of our office in at 15050 State Hwy 20, Madison, AL 35756.

    At the journeyman level, the applicant assembles installs and repairs pipes, fittings and fixtures of heating, water, and drainage systems, according to specifications and plumbing codes, studies building plans and working drawings to determine work aids required, and sequence of installations. Are you an experienced Plumber that takes pride in delivering high-quality plumbing systems that help businesses run smoothly and comfortably? If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you!

    As a key player in our construction team, you will be responsible for:

    - Interpreting blueprints and specifications to determine the layout and configuration of plumbing systems.
    - Fabricating, assembling, installing, and repairing plumbing pipes, fittings, and fixtures of heating, water, and drainage systems.
    - Troubleshooting and repairing any problems that arise during installation.
    - Collaborating with other members of the construction team to ensure plumbing systems are installed on time and within budget.
    - Ensuring all plumbing systems meet industry standards for quality and safety.

    We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, and opportunities for growth and advancement. If you are a skilled and dedicated worker looking for a challenging and rewarding opportunity, we want to hear from you. Apply now!

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  • Commercial Electrical Service Technician

    Lee Company
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 4057 Rural Plains Circle, Franklin, TN, 37064

    Lee Company provides core construction services of HVAC, plumbing and electrical for large and small commercial projects throughout Tennessee, Alabama, and Kentucky. Our incredible team has built their reputation on trust, honesty, employee safety and construction excellence since 1944. Safety is a core value that permeates how we live, train, work, and look out for our teammates.

    Company Perks & Benefits:

    Our mission at Lee Company is to create an environment where our employees can thrive, and we mean that. Wellness involves your relationships, finances, career, community, as well as physical health. We don’t just talk the talk, we walk the walk. Check out what benefit programs we offer to help our team and family members THRIVE with us!

    - We pay 100% of every employee’s long-term disability, life insurance, and fees associated with acquiring and maintaining a trade license
    - We offer free trade training and license exam preparation through Lee Company University (LCU), our very own NCCER accredited trade school
    - We have a company match program for 401(k) and health savings account contributions
    - You earn paid time off and paid holidays for your personal well-being
    - You earn rewards for your commitment to wellness and participation in initiatives through our rewards program
    - We offer meaningful assistance programs like Chaplain services, an on-site / mobile clinic, and an emergency assistance fund
    - We connect you to opportunities to make an impact through volunteering in our communities
    - And other benefits such as health insurance, dental, vision, and short-term disabilities
    Summary of Job:
    This position is based out of our office at 15050 State Hwy 20, Madison, AL 35756

    The Commercial Electrical Service Technician works on a team delivering the successful installation, start-up, and operation of electrical systems and components.

    Education and Experience:

    High School diploma or greater preferred
    Electrical troubleshooting or equivalent required
    5+ years of related experience preferred

    Skills and Abilities:

    Ability to read blueprints
    Ability to run conduit and wire
    Ability to troubleshoot issues in a timely and effective manner
    Demonstrate proper sand safe use of tools and related equipment
    Ability to work and communicate effectively as an individual as well as in a team environment
    Ability to handle disruptions in stride with professionalism
    Ability to terminate devices
    Working knowledge of installing electrical systems in a new construction setting
    Ability to lift, push, pull and move moderately heavy objects
    Ability to ascend/descend ladders

    We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, and opportunities for growth and advancement. If you are a skilled and dedicated worker looking for a challenging and rewarding opportunity, we want to hear from you. Apply now!

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  • Construction Plumbing Foreman

    Lee Company
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 4057 Rural Plains Circle, Franklin, TN, 37064

    Lee Company provides core construction services of HVAC, plumbing and electrical for large and small commercial projects throughout Tennessee, Alabama, and Kentucky. Our incredible team has built their reputation on trust, honesty, employee safety and construction excellence since 1944. Safety is a core value that permeates how we live, train, work, and look out for our teammates.

    Company Perks & Benefits:

    Our mission at Lee Company is to create an environment where our employees can thrive, and we mean that. Wellness involves your relationships, finances, career, community, as well as physical health. We don’t just talk the talk, we walk the walk. Check out what benefit programs we offer to help our team and family members THRIVE with us!

    - We pay 100% of every employee’s long-term disability, life insurance, and fees associated with acquiring and maintaining a trade license
    - We offer free trade training and license exam preparation through Lee Company University (LCU), our very own NCCER accredited trade school
    - We have a company match program for 401(k) and health savings account contributions
    - You earn paid time off and paid holidays for your personal well-being
    - You earn rewards for your commitment to wellness and participation in initiatives through our rewards program
    - We offer meaningful assistance programs like Chaplain services, an on-site / mobile clinic, and an emergency assistance fund
    - We connect you to opportunities to make an impact through volunteering in our communities
    - And other benefits such as health insurance, dental, vision, and short-term disabilities

    Summary of Job:
    This position is based out of our office at 15050 State Hwy 20, Madison, AL 35756.

    Supervises journeyman plumbers and helpers and the work performed in plumbing functions, including installs and repairs pipes, fittings and fixtures of heating, water, and drainage systems, according to specifications and plumbing codes, studies building plans and working drawings to determine work aids required, and sequence of installations. Provide input on plumbing plans being developed and then handle implementation and maintenance of these systems.

    Education and Experience:

    High School diploma, GED, or equivalent, and five years related experience and/or training is required. Supervisory experience a plus.

    Skills and Abilities:

    Ability to troubleshoot issues with systematic, thoughtful, timely and effective solutions and procedures
    Demonstrate proper and safe use of tools and related equipment
    Experience in providing quality, professional customer related services
    Ability to work and communicate effectively individually as well as in a team environment
    Ability to handle disruptions in stride with professionalism.
    Ability to work independently in a commercial setting.

    We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, and opportunities for growth and advancement. If you are a skilled and dedicated worker looking for a challenging and rewarding opportunity, we want to hear from you. Apply now!

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  • Parts Runner

    Lee Company
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 4057 Rural Plains Circle, Franklin, TN, 37064

    Lee Company provides core construction services of HVAC, plumbing and electrical for large and small commercial projects throughout Tennessee, Alabama, and Kentucky. Our incredible team has built their reputation on trust, honesty, employee safety and construction excellence since 1944. Safety is a core value that permeates how we live, train, work, and look out for our teammates.

    Company Perks & Benefits:

    Our mission at Lee Company is to create an environment where our employees can thrive, and we mean that. Wellness involves your relationships, finances, career, community, as well as physical health. We don’t just talk the talk, we walk the walk. Check out what benefit programs we offer to help our team and family members THRIVE with us!

    - We pay 100% of every employee’s long-term disability, life insurance, and fees associated with acquiring and maintaining a trade license
    - We offer free trade training and license exam preparation through Lee Company University (LCU), our very own NCCER accredited trade school
    - We have a company match program for 401(k) and health savings account contributions
    - You earn paid time off and paid holidays for your personal well-being
    - You earn rewards for your commitment to wellness and participation in initiatives through our rewards program
    - We offer meaningful assistance programs like Chaplain services, an on-site / mobile clinic, and an emergency assistance fund
    - We connect you to opportunities to make an impact through volunteering in our communities
    - And other benefits such as health insurance, dental, vision, and short-term disabilities

    Summary of Job:
    This position is based out of our office at 15050 State Hwy 20, Madison, AL 35756.

    The primary function of the parts runner role is to deliver materials and equipment to support work within the Special Projects group. This position is a critical part of maintaining productivity and efficiency in all Special Projects trades. The secondary function of this role is to support ongoing work as a multi-trade helper where and when needed.

    Education and Experience

    High school diploma or GED preferred
    1 year of relevant material handling experience
    Must have a valid driver’s license and good driving record
    Previous construction experience or military experience preferred

    Skills and Abilities:
    Must be able to follow directions well
    Must be organized and familiar with different materials
    Demonstrate proper and safe use of tools and related equipment
    Experience in providing quality, professional customer-related services
    Ability to work and communicate effectively individually as well as in a team environment
    Ability to handle disruptions in stride with professionalism
    Ability to work independently in a commercial construction setting

    We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, and opportunities for growth and advancement. If you are a skilled and dedicated worker looking for a challenging and rewarding opportunity, we want to hear from you. Apply now!

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  • Low Voltage Electrician

    Lee Company
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 4057 Rural Plains Circle, Franklin, TN, 37064

    Lee Company provides core construction services of HVAC, plumbing and electrical for large and small commercial projects throughout Tennessee, Alabama, and Kentucky. Our incredible team has built their reputation on trust, honesty, employee safety and construction excellence since 1944. Safety is a core value that permeates how we live, train, work, and look out for our teammates.

    Company Perks & Benefits:

    Our mission at Lee Company is to create an environment where our employees can thrive, and we mean that. Wellness involves your relationships, finances, career, community, as well as physical health. We don’t just talk the talk, we walk the walk. Check out what benefit programs we offer to help our team and family members THRIVE with us!

    - We pay 100% of every employee’s long-term disability, life insurance, and fees associated with acquiring and maintaining a trade license
    - We offer free trade training and license exam preparation through Lee Company University (LCU), our very own NCCER accredited trade school
    - We have a company match program for 401(k) and health savings account contributions
    - You earn paid time off and paid holidays for your personal well-being
    - You earn rewards for your commitment to wellness and participation in initiatives through our rewards program
    - We offer meaningful assistance programs like Chaplain services, an on-site / mobile clinic, and an emergency assistance fund
    - We connect you to opportunities to make an impact through volunteering in our communities
    - And other benefits such as health insurance, dental, vision, and short-term disabilities

    Summary of Job:
    This position is based out of our office at 15050 State Hwy 20, Madison, AL 35756.

    Individual working on a team delivering the successful installation, start-up, and operation of digital (DDC), electronic, mechanical, and pneumatic HVAC control components. Individual will work under the direction of a BAS technician.

    Education and Experience:

    High School diploma or equivalent preferred

    Skills and Abilities:

    BAS Protocols - Develops an understanding of BAS communication protocols
    Electrical Knowledge - Develops a basic understanding of Ohm’s Law
    Blueprints - Understands the basic concepts of blueprints and schematic drawings
    HVAC Systems – Develops basic understanding of HVAC systems and components
    Oral Communication – Speaks clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations; Listens and gets clarification; Responds well to questions; Participates in meetings
    Teamwork – Balances team and individual responsibilities; exhibits objectivity and openness to other’s views; Contributes to building a positive team spirit; Puts success of team above own interests
    Quality Management – Looks for ways to improve and promote quality; Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness
    Ethics – Treats people with respect; Keeps commitments; Inspires the trust of others; Works with integrity and ethically; Upholds organizational values
    Professionalism – Approaches others in a tactful manner; Reacts well under pressure; Accepts responsibility for own actions
    Safety and Security – Observes safety and security procedures; Determines appropriate action beyond guidelines; Reports potentially unsafe conditions
    Attendance and Punctuality – Is consistently at work and on time

    We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, and opportunities for growth and advancement. If you are a skilled and dedicated worker looking for a challenging and rewarding opportunity, we want to hear from you. Apply now!

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  • Residential HVAC Service Technician

    Lee Company
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 4057 Rural Plains Circle, Franklin, TN, 37064

    Lee Company provides core construction services of HVAC, plumbing and electrical for large and small commercial projects throughout Tennessee, Alabama, and Kentucky. Our incredible team has built their reputation on trust, honesty, employee safety and construction excellence since 1944. Safety is a core value that permeates how we live, train, work, and look out for our teammates.

    Company Perks & Benefits:

    Our mission at Lee Company is to create an environment where our employees can thrive, and we mean that. Wellness involves your relationships, finances, career, community, as well as physical health. We don’t just talk the talk, we walk the walk. Check out what benefit programs we offer to help our team and family members THRIVE with us!

    - We pay 100% of every employee’s long-term disability, life insurance, and fees associated with acquiring and maintaining a trade license
    - We offer free trade training and license exam preparation through Lee Company University (LCU), our very own NCCER accredited trade school
    - We have a company match program for 401(k) and health savings account contributions
    - You earn paid time off and paid holidays for your personal well-being
    - You earn rewards for your commitment to wellness and participation in initiatives through our rewards program
    - We offer meaningful assistance programs like Chaplain services, an on-site / mobile clinic, and an emergency assistance fund
    - We connect you to opportunities to make an impact through volunteering in our communities
    - And other benefits such as health insurance, dental, vision, and short-term disabilities

    Summary of Job:
    This position is based out of our office at 15050 State Hwy 20, Madison, AL 35756.

    Seeking entry level and experienced technicians, this position is responsible for performing residential HVAC maintenance and/or service at the master level. Technician will be primarily responsible for performing installs, repairs and maintenance to a variety of equipment including: refrigeration, air conditioning, electric motors, heating units, heat pumps, compressors, furnaces, humidifiers.

    Education and Experience:

    High School diploma or equivalent GED preferred
    2-3 years of experience in a combination of HVAC Install/Service
    EPA Certification
    Able to pass a background screening and pre-employment drug test
    Valid driver’s license with a good driving record

    Skills and Abilities:

    Understands proper operation of HVAC equipment and basic electronics of system
    Understanding of basic piping practices, to include copper, plastic, and carbon steel
    Able to perform simple soldering and brazing

    We offer a competitive salary, comprehensive benefits package, and opportunities for growth and advancement. If you are a skilled and dedicated worker looking for a challenging and rewarding opportunity, we want to hear from you. Apply now!

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  • RESIDENTIAL YOUTH SUPPORT TEAM MEMBER

    Morgan County System of Services
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • $15.00 per hour

    Location: PO Box 1124, Decatur, AL, 35602

    MORGAN COUNTY SYSTEM OF SERVICES
    HANDS Home
    PROGAM: HANDS Home
    POSITION: RESIDENTIAL YOUTH SUPPORT
    REPORTS TO: HANDS Home Manager
    PAY RANGE: $15 - $17/hr.
    Summary: Our group home offers at-risk youth a place to live where they can get back on their feet, access treatment, have supervision and learn to modify their behavior, break patterns, and live healthier lives.

    Our employees enjoy the following benefits:
    *Free Employee Meals
    *Overtime Opportunities
    *Flexible Schedules
    *Benefits (BCBS)
    *Advancement Opportunities
    *Diversity and Minority Friendly
    *Off Campus Activities
    Please apply online at https://morgancountysos.com or in person at 2531 State HWY 20, Decatur, AL 35601. For more information call 256-350-8434 ext. 201.

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  • Pest Control Attendant/Groundskeeper

    Decatur Housing Authority
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: 100 Wilson Street NE, Decatur, AL, 35601

    Pest Control Attendant/Groundskeeper

    POSITION SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Property Manager, performs non-skilled to
    semi- skilled tasks associated with the maintenance of Decatur Housing Authority properties. This position will provide access to apartments for the pest control service technician.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All duties listed may not be included in anyone position nor
    does the list include all tasks found in a position of this class).
    - Provide access to apartments for pest control service technician at assigned properties.
    - Must secure the keys that are used to access the units.
    - Must be able to walk for extended periods of time, including up flights of stairs.
    - Must wear personal protective equipment, as instructed by management, when assisting or
    walking with the pest control service technician.
    - Deal with citizens encountered on the route in a tactful and diplomatic manner.
    - Note and report to the Property Manager. or his / her designee, on a daily basis any unlawful
    pets, smoking, poor housekeeping, or other safety concerns observed in assigned units.
    - Assist, as requested by your supervisor or his/ her designee, with the daily upkeep of public
    housing grounds, buildings, amenities, and the cleaning and removal of trash and debris,
    including large bulk items.
    - Perform assignments without the presence of constant supervision.
    - Maintain effective relationships with residents, other maintenance employees, and staff.

    OTHER RESPONSIBILITIES:
    - Contribute to department objectives by accepting additional assignments and performing
    related tasks, following departmental guidelines, rules, and regulations in order to meet the
    overall objectives of the department.
    - Perform other tasks and duties as assigned.

    EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE, AND SKILLS REQUIRED:
    • Must demonstrate the ability to read, write. follow supervisory instructions, and have the
    ability to complete required forms.
    • Must maintain a valid driver's license, a good driving record, and must be insurable by the
    Housing Authority's vehicle insurance company.
    • Ability to use and maintain common hand tools and equipment such as, but not limited to,
    trash picker, rakes, hoes, chain saws, etc.
    • Ability to operate and maintain mobile equipment such as, but not limited to, mowers,
    tractors and trucks.
    • Good interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills.
    • Ability to speak, read and write English.
    • Ability to communicate orally with tenants, staff, and supervisors as needed to relay
    information or instructions tactfully.
    • Ability to maintain effective working relation s with supervisors, subordinates, staff,
    tenants, and the general public.
    • Knowledge of the safe operation and general maintenance of power equipment,
    mechanical, hand, and electrical tools.
    • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
    • Must be able to work in all types of weather conditions with exposure to outdoor
    elements, often involving bending, stooping, crawling, and working at heights. Must be
    able to move from one physical location to another throughout the workday, and use
    proper safety precautions concerning exposure to hazardous chemicals, dust dirt, solvents,
    cleaners and lubricants related to work assignments. Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds
    unassisted.
    • Must complete Fair Housing training annually and demonstrate proficiency in Fair Housing
    laws and requirement s through successful passage of the Fair Housing exam required by
    the Director of Public Housing Operations.

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  • Mechanical Engineer - Senior

    CFD Research
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: Bud Cramer Dr, Hollywood, AL, 35752

    Salary: $80K-120K, based on experience

    Benefits:
    CFD Research offers competitive salaries and excellent employee benefits, including an employer matching 401(k) and Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). CFD Research offers a highly competitive insurance package, including medical, vision, and dental insurance. We offer company paid leave, compensation time, parental leave, long-term disability, accidental death and dismemberment, and life insurance. Performance appraisals occur twice a year and annual pay increases are based upon corporate goals, personal development, performance, and outstanding achievements. In addition, group and individual bonuses are awarded for exceptional performance.

    Position Description:
    CFD Research Corporation is looking to add an experienced mechanical engineer to the team to support research and development (R&D) at our new Hollywood Alabama Engineering Test Center, located a short distance from our Headquarters in Huntsville, AL. The position is a new role that will work on a growing team of engineers and technicians and will encompass conceptual design, prototyping, and testing phases in support of various Department of Defense (DoD) programs. Some past and current activities include: throttleable solid rocket motor programs. To learn more about the Hollywood Engineering Test Center capabilities and state-of-the-art equipment, please visit the facility's home page: https://www.cfd-research.com/hollywood/

    The ideal candidate will come from a mechanical engineering background related/similar to the following positions: power plant engineer, thermal power engineer, nuclear engineer, gas turbine / turbo machinery engineer, propulsion testing engineer, R&D engineer, etc. We are hoping to add this kind of industry experience to our growing R&D capabilities to deliver innovative solutions at the highest Technology Readiness Levels.

    Requirements:
    - Position requires a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering (or similar STEM discipline) and at least 5 years of relevant experience
    - Candidate must be a US Citizen and meet eligibility to obtain (and maintain) a Secret Clearance (preferred candidate will already possess a Secret Clearance

    Desired:
    - Experience developing prototype hardware preferred (experience developing hardware for testing applications is a plus)
    - Familiar with piping systems (tanks, valves, manifolds, regulators, etc.)
    - Experience in combustor device design and combustion systems (injectors, chambers, nozzles, thrusters, igniters, and related components)
    - SolidWorks or CAD experience preferred
    - Experience with CNC machinery, instrumentation, testing, and fabrication tools/processes

    Location:
    This individual will work onsite in Hollywood, Alabama and may include trips to our Headquarters in nearby Huntsville, AL as needed.

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  • Piping Engineer

    CFD Research
    • Other
    • Full Time
    • Pay Based on Experience

    Location: Bud Cramer Dr, Hollywood, AL, 35752

    Salary: $80K-120k, based on experience

    Benefits:
    CFD Research offers competitive salaries and excellent employee benefits, including an employer matching 401(k) and Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). CFD Research offers a highly competitive insurance package, including medical, vision, and dental insurance. We offer company paid leave, compensation time, parental leave, long-term disability, accidental death and dismemberment, and life insurance. Performance appraisals occur twice a year and annual pay increases are based upon corporate goals, personal development, performance, and outstanding achievements. In addition, group and individual bonuses are awarded for exceptional performance.

    Position Description:
    CFD Research Corporation is developing advanced high speed/hypersonic testing technologies which will have the ability to maintain high quality flow characteristics and significantly advance the technologies used for test and evaluation of high-speed systems. The position will encompass process piping and mechanical design from concept through construction at our new Hollywood, AL Engineering Test Center. To learn more about the Hollywood Engineering Test Center capabilities and state-of-the-art equipment, please visit the facility's home page: https://www.cfd-research.com/hollywood/

    The ideal candidate will have experience working engineering tasks related to designing to ASME standards, fabrication, and construction of high pressure and temperature piping components. The candidate must be able to generate and interpret structural, thermal, and fluid simulation results when considering design options and weighing tradeoffs in design to best meet customer objectives. The candidate should be comfortable interacting with multiple stakeholders, including the government customer. This position will require a driven individual with a common-sense approach to hardware engineering and a passion for designing/analyzing/testing technologies.

    Requirements:
    - Candidate must be a US Citizen and meet eligibility to obtain (and maintain) a Secret Clearance (preferred candidate will already possess a Secret Clearance)
    - Position requires a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering (or similar STEM discipline) and at least 5 years of relevant experience
    - Experience in fluid analysis and piping design including process component selection and process fluid design architecture; Familiarity and application of industry standards including: ASME/ANSI B16 and B31, API, etc.
    - Experience performing the structural and fluid design and analysis of piping and tubing systems; and using analysis tools such as ANSYS, Thermal Desktop.
    - Knowledge of propulsion and fluid system components (i.e. valves, regulators, and high-pressure storage for fuels, oxidizers, and other fluids)
    - Knowledge of standard installation and fabrication methods of piping systems (tube stock, fittings, connections, fasteners, welding, etc.)
    - Experience creating fabrication and installation drawings with SolidWorks

    Desired:
    - Licensed Professional Engineer (PE)
    - 10 years of high pressure/high temperature piping experience in oil and gas, chemical processing, power generation, or aerospace industry

    Location:
    This individual will work onsite in Hollywood, Alabama and may include trips to our Headquarters in nearby Huntsville, AL as needed.

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