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Off-Campus

Community Engagement AmeriCorps VISTA

Location: Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise 

Description/Duties:

Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise (CNE) is searching for a year-long AmeriCorps VISTA position to serve in its Community Engagement department. 

CNE is a nonprofit organization located in downtown Chattanooga. We focus on homeownership and financial education by making residential loans, providing financial counseling, and developing affordable real estate in Chattanooga's communities.

The VISTA will work closely with our Community Engagement Specialist to help cultivate and strengthen community connections, and this will be done through many neighborhood events and curb appeal projects throughout the year. The VISTA will help coordinate these events and projects, recruiting volunteers and creating an effective toolkit for resident replication. The VISTA will also help find funding for these projects and measure each project's effectiveness.

The ideal candidate for this position should possess excellent communication and problem solving skills as well as have a heart for serving the community.

The AmeriCorps VISTA program was started in order to help communities thrive. VISTA volunteers serve an organization full-time throughout their term and receive a stipend for their services. The program is a great way to help others while gaining skills to use toward a desired career.

This position will be for an entire year, ranging from 8/27/18 to 8/26/19. 

Contact Name: Jennifer Holder

Contact Phone: 423.756.6234

Email: jholder@gmail.com

House Cleaning

Location: 2 miles from campus

Hours: TBD

Pay Rate: $10

Description/Duties:

Contact Name: Ann Benefield

Contact Phone: 423.396.2978

Childcare

Location: McDonald, TN

Hours: 3-4 hours weekly. Occasionally overnight

Pay Rate: 15/ per hour. 100 per overnight stay

Description: Watch 3 boys ages 7,9, 11. 3-4 hours per week.  Occasionally overnight in our guest house. ( Once per month) 

Qualifications: Must be CPR certified, great with kids.  Must enjoy being outside and active. 

Contact Name: Laura Faulkner

Contact Phone: 423.596.4963

Email: lfaulkner28@yahoo.com

Housekeeping/Childcare/Organization

Location: Collegedale

Hours: 5-10 hours/wk

Pay Rate: $10/hour

Description: Local family with 4 boys ranging in ages 1-9 needs someone detail oriented and good with children to help with things like housecleaning, childcare, and projects. Hours are flexible. 

Qualifications: Must have attention to detail and patience with energetic boys

Contact Name: Karen Bieberitz

Contact Phone: 423-432-0021

Email: kmbieberitz@yahoo.com

AudioVerse Administrative Assistant

Location: AudioVerse, Apison, TN 

Hours: Flexible 20 hrs/week, with potential for more 

Pay Rate: $15.86-16.68 per hour depending on experience

Description:

Summary: AudioVerse is looking to hire an administrative assistant on a half-time basis who is organized, driven, flexible, tech-savvy, and passionate about the Adventist message and mission.  The work will mostly be at the office located in Apison, TN, but there will be travel throughout the year to various events.  This person will help coordinate special projects, maintain the ministry offices and equipment, managing online store inventory and order fulfillment, assisting with social media and marketing projects, coordinating events and meetings, contributing to media editing on occasion, and pitching in with various departments as needed.

1. Large portion of the duties involve research, planning, and carrying out special projects throughout the year.

2. Maintain organization and cleanliness of office.

3. Manage ministry equipment inventory, preparation for events and recordings.

4. Assist with inventory management and order fulfillment of online store.

5. Assist in the social media presence of the ministry with content creation and correspondence.

6. Assist with media editing and data-entry as needed.

7. Organize meetings and take minutes.

8. Writing, copyediting, and some basic layouts for marketing materials.

9. Occasional travel to events to record or promote ministry.

10. Assists as needed across various facets of the ministry to ensure smooth operations.

11. Works most closely with the Executive Director, Operations Director, and Communications Director.

Qualifications: 

1. Must have a strongly expressed commitment to Jesus Christ and the teachings and mission of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. 

2. Must be organized, self-motivated, self-directed, flexible, and hard working.

3. Must have strong technology skills and ability to figure things out quickly and independently.

4. Must possess strong verbal and written communication skills.

5. Bilingual ability in Spanish is a plus, but any of the following languages would be a blessing: Portuguese, French, German, Russian, Chinese, or Japanese.

6. Proficient with word processing, spreadsheets, social media, web browsers.

7. Would be nice to know basic web design, Adobe Creative Suite, and some audio/video editing.

8. Ability to travel several times a year.

9. Must be a US citizen or permanent resident.

To Apply:

1. Submit your resume and following information to alistair@audioverse.org.

2. Include 3 references. At least one should be a former supervisor/employer, and at least one should be a spiritual mentor (pastor/chaplain/etc).

3. Share one paragraph of why you want to join the AudioVerse team and why you think you are a good fit for the team?

Contact Name: Alistair Huong

Contact Phone: 909-910-8888

Email: alistair@audioverse.org

Accountant/Bookkeeper

Location:  3H Group Hotels, Chattanooga TN 

Hours:  Monday - Friday 8 to 5

Pay Rate:  Negotable - salaried position starting at $34,000 per year

Description:  3H Group Hotels, recognized as a Top 100 Hotel Owner & Developer by Hotel Business magazine and a leading Southeastern U.S. hotel company managing Marriott, IHG, Hilton, and Choice brands is excited to be seeking an entry level Accountant/Bookkeeper to join our growing team.

 We are looking for an energetic, detail orientated individual to join our corporate accounting team. This position is full-time with benefits (Medical, Dental, Life & Disability Insurance available, Flex/Personal Time, Hotel Discount Programs, etc.). 

Job responsibilities include:

*Maintaining a professional working relationship and promote open lines of communication with general managers, corporate office staff and ownership group(s). 

*Oversee accounting for a portfolio of managed hotels; coordinate closely with hotel team to ensure revenues and expenses are recorded and allocated accurately and submitted timely. 

*Verify correct ledger coding of invoices and complete the process for AP. 

*Perform monthly closing duties:

Responsible for completing monthly bank reconciliations by the assigned due date.

Review the hotel general ledger accounts and prepare journal entries for corrections.

Calculate and post monthly, quarterly and annual accruals.

Calculate and pay monthly sales and occupancy taxes to states and local governments

Ensure hotels are reviewed/closed on or before the assigned due date. 

*Research and investigate inquiries presented by properties, regional operations managers and/or owners. 

*Research and provide documentation for internal and external auditors. 

*Perform special projects or other tasks as assigned. 

*Participate in staff meetings and provide recommendations to improve processes and quality of information presented. 

*Some duties will vary based on signed management agreements and/or owner requirements. 

Qualifications:  Prior experience working with AP, AR, Tax reconciliation, cash reconciliation, etc. preferred.

Contact Name:  Sarah Stokes 

Email:  sstokes@3h.group

Phone Number:  423.834.9338

Other: Benefits available - insurance, personal time, paid holidays, hotel discounts, etc.

How to Apply:  Please send a resume to hr@3hgrouphotels.com for consideration.  

Transportation Intern

Location:  Lipsey Logistics Worldwide, Chattanooga, TN  

Hours:  Flexible with some nights and weekends 

Pay Rate: $11-12/hr

Description:  

Lipsey Logistics Worldwide, LLC in Chattanooga is seeking motivated students for our summer internship program. 

Our summer internship program is intended to provide students concrete business experience in the fast-paced, challenging transportation industry.  The program offers students the ability to cultivate their business skills through broad exposure to the organization.  Students will analyze and solve real world business problems, understand and apply business metrics to goal achievement while fully engaged in the day to day operations. 

Opportunities available in brokerage, track & trace, IT, HR, and general office.  Students studying Logistics, Transportation, or Supply Chain will find this opportunity invaluable experience.

Qualifications:  

  • Current Student 
  • Flexible scheduling with the ability to work nights and weekends
  • 40 hours per week with possible overtime
  • Demonstrated leadership abilities
  • Above average interpersonal and communication skills
  • Excellent computer skills 

Contact Name:  Lisa Pauley

How to Apply:  

If interested, please submit your resume to lipseycareers@lipseylogistics.com

**These internship positions are considered temporary employment, with a predicted end date.  No full time employment commitments are made.  Outstanding and successful interns will have the opportunity to return the following summer.** 

Housekeeper

Location: Tennessee River Place - House Keeping

Hours: Flexible hours; part-time or full-time.

Pay Rate: $11/hr

Description: Duties Housekeeping duties and opportunities to be a part of B&B and event hall operations. Friendly, positive, Christian work environment with opportunity to learn new skills.  Looking for someone honest and dependable.  Beautiful location on the Tennessee River just 10 minutes outside of downtown Chattanooga.

Qualifications: No experience necessary

Other: www.tennesseeriverplace.com

Contact Name: Aaron Little 

Contact Phone: 423.821.1077

Email: aaron@tennesseeriverplace.com

Groundskeeper 

Location: Tennessee River Place - Groundskeeping/Maintenance 

Hours: Flexible hours; part-time or full-time.

Pay Rate: $11/hr

Description: Groundskeeping and light maintenance as well as light farming duties. Friendly, positive, Christian work environment with opportunity to learn new skills.  Looking for someone honest and dependable.  Beautiful location on the Tennessee River just 10 minutes outside of downtown Chattanooga.

Qualifications: No experience necessary

Other: www.tennesseeriverplace.com

Contact Name: Aaron Little 

Contact Phone: 423.821.1077

Email: aaron@tennesseeriverplace.com

Server 

Location: East Ridge Residence 

Hours: Several Server Opportunities are available with differing hours from breakfast servers to evening servers (3-7pm) 

Pay Rate: Commensurate with experience

Description: Provide quick, efficient and pleasant delivery of food, ensuring that quality standards and service are being delivered.  Take food orders and deliver meals to residents and guests in a timely and courteous manner.  Ensure safety and proper handling of dishes, glassware and utensils.  Must perform any other required duties as requested by the General Manager.

Qualifications: No experience is required; however, a good personality with strong verbal communications skills are essential.  Individuals must work well with others, be dependable, hard working and possess a willingness to learn 

Other: No phone calls.  If you are looking for a rewarding position with a family atmosphere, then you have found your place!  Please apply in person. 

East Ridge Residence

1417 North Mack Smith Road

East Ridge, TN  37412

Contact Name: Glenda Camp

Contact Phone: 423.899.6370

Email: Carol@EastRidgeResidence.com

Extended Coverage Track & Trace Associate

Location: Lipsey Logistics

Hours: Monday - Thursday, 6pm - 6am

Pay Rate: TBD

Description: This position is for an Extended Coverage Track and Trace Associate. 

CLASSIFICATION SUMMARY:

Coordinate the successful movement of loads as the customer requires by ensuring carrier is tracking for on-time pickup and delivery, tracking loads, performing carrier compliance and assisting in the management of outsourced network of transportation provider partners.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

Assist in tracking all loads from the point the carrier is contracted through final delivery of the load Collect, document and disseminate accurate information to/from Carriers and Drivers and between internal departments Dispatch drivers to designated shippers, consignees and intermediate stops if applicable.

Document all correspondences, issues and service deviations with carrier/driver and customer in the McLeod as they occur or as the information is received Identify and communicate ways Lipsey Logistics can continuously improve in its operations Assist in the development of new employees Maintain proper attendance and punctuality to ensure that the department is operated in an efficient and cost effective manner.

Ability to work on a Lipsey site or Lipsey Logistics customer location site while performing the essential functions of this position.

Uses, carries and answers their cell phone for business purposes as determined by the assigned job duties and the department head Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

High school diploma or equivalent and six months of customer experience or transportation experience required. Any combination of relevant education, training or experience sufficient to perform the essential duties of the job will be considered.

Contact Name: Lisa Pauley

Contact Phone: 423.708.7006

Email: lipseycareers@lipseylogistics.com

Pressure Washing and Staining 

Location: Off-Campus 

Hours:  20 Hours p /hr.

Pay Rate:  $9 p/hr

Description:  Stain a Fence and Deck for property Qualifications Experience Painting or Staining. Patience and Perfection 

Contact Name:  David Anthony 

Contact Phone:  423.4423.9667

Email:  davidanthony@southern.edu

Resident Cleaning

Location:  15 min drive from SAU campus 

Hours:  4 hrs a week 

Pay Rate:  $10 p/hr

Description:  Clean 3-4 Hours on Thursday or Friday. 15 Min Drive from SAU

Qualifications: Experienced or Perfectionist 

Contact Name:   David Anthony

Office Phone:  423.443.9667

Email:  davidanthony@southern.edu

Summer Childcare Staff 

Location:  Ooltewah Methodist Church 

Hours:  Must be able to work Sunday mornings with consistency (occasional time off is granted in advance) 9am to 12:30pm. Occasionally there are additional hours that can be picked up on Sunday afternoons and/or Wednesday evenings.

Pay Rate:  Starting pay is $8.00 per hour

Description:  

Ooltewah Methodist Church is looking for summer childcare staff. This position could lead to year around work. The position is in our nursery with possible ages ranging from birth to 5 years old.

Qualifications: The candidate must be a professing Christian and must have experience working with children. The candidate should be able to interact with the children as well as parents as needed. The candidate must be at least 18 years old and have the ability to follow policies and procedures.

Contact Name:  Stacey Voelp 

Contact Phone:  423.238.9216

Email: svoelp@oumclive.org

Grounds Worker

Location:  Collegedale, TN

Hours:  Part-time or Full-time; you choose.  20 hours per week minimum up to 36 hours maximum.

Pay Rate:  $10 p/hr

Description:  Summer work mowing (zero-turn mower), weed-eating, trimming. 

Qualifications: Dependable and takes pride in their work.  Must be able to work independently and enjoy outdoor work.

Contact Name:  Ken Kovalski 

Office Phone:  727.743.9988

Email:  ken.kovalski@gmail.com

Office Assistant

Location:  Deskstop Solutions

Hours:  Flexible between 9:00 and 5:00 Monday through Friday

Pay Rate: $8 to $10 per hour

Description:  Computer Repair shop needs someone to answer phones, check in customer equipment, receive incoming parts, and some filing.

Qualifications: Responsible detail person with good communication skills. Also helpful if already familiar with using Apple products such as Mac, iPhone, or iPad.

Contact Name:  Roger Bisson 

Contact Phone:  423.553.0810

Email: roger@desktop-solutions.net

Office Phone:   423.553.0810

Accounts Payable Processor

Location Lipsey Logistics 

Hours:  This is a part time position, 16 - 20 hours per week.  Working a minimum of 4 hours is required on Monday and Tuesday with the remaining hours/days flexible.   Overtime is required, including extended and weekend shifts.

Pay Rate:  $12 p/hr  

Description:  Lipsey Logistics Worldwide, LLC in Chattanooga, TN has an immediate opportunity for an Accounts Payable Processor.

The Accounts Payable Processor is responsible for the receipt, review, and classification of accounts payable transactions to ensure efficient and timely processing. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, verifying accuracy of data, researching discrepancies and reconciling accounts while following standard operating procedures. 

Qualifications: The successful candidate is required to have a high school diploma or equivalent and at least 6 months of Accounts Payable or related experience. Any combination of relevant education, training, or experience sufficient to perform the essential duties of the job will be considered.

Contact Name:  Lisa Pauley 

Contact Phone: lipseycareers@lipseylogistics.com

Office Phone:  423.708.7006

Caregiver 

Location:  Chattanooga, TN 

Hours:  Variety - 3 shifts 

Pay Rate:  $9 -$10 p /hr and $10 - $11 on weekends 

Description:  

  • Companionship and conversation
  • Light housekeeping tasks and meal preparation
  • Medication and appointment reminders
  • Assistance with grooming and bathing
  • Assistance with toileting and incontinence issues
  • Alzheimer's care 

Qualfiications:  

  • Ability to treat and care for seniors and their property with dignity and respect
  • Ability to communicate with clients in a friendly and congenial manner
  • Complete a criminal background check, DMV check and drug screen
  • Possess a valid driver's license and valid auto insurance 

Contact Name:  Christy Jones 

Email:  christy.jones@homeinstead128.com

Office Phone:  423.893.9993

Childcare

Location:  12 minutes from campus 

Hours:  3-4 Weekly 

Pay Rate:  $10 p/hr.

Description: Clean a residence 3-4 hrs a week Childcare oppurtunities

Qualifications: Ability to clean well and hold a high standard. Good with Kids

Contact Name:  David Anthony

Email:  davidanthony@southern.edu

Office Phone:  423.443.9667

Educator/Pupeteer

Location:  Chattanooga's Kids on the Block 

Hourly Wage:   $9.00/hour (increases as skills develop and funding is available)

Job Duties will include: 

  • Present a variety of programs to school and community groups using puppetry. 
  • Memorize and rehearse new scripts, assist other puppeteers and educators as necessary. 
  • To assist program team members with preparation for programs, including introductions, closings and demographics. 
  • Good communication skills (written and verbal). 
  • Any other duties as assigned by the Program Director/Executive Director 

Qualifications: 

A college degree or background in education or social services is preferred but not required. Candidate should have at least two years of college experience. Must pass a background check and drug test. 

Physical stamina to carry out the demands of Bunraku puppetry, lifting, loading and set up. 

About Chattanooga's Kids on the Block: 

Founded in 1979, Chattanooga's Kids on the Block uses Bunraku puppetry to educate children about social concerns and differences, giving them the skills to stay safe and healthy. Chattanooga’s Kids on the Block is one of the oldest, most active and respected troupes in the United States. Last year, we performed 461 programs and served over 63,000 children and adults in our 16 county service area in Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama. 

Please send a cover letter and resume to wendy@kidsontheblock.net or fax to (423) 757-5015.

Other:  Resume Deadline:  Until position is filled 

Loan Processor/Teller

Location:  Collegedale Credit Union 

Hours:  Full-Time 

Pay Rate:  Negotiated per Experience 

Description:  Collegedale Credit Union is looking for the right candidate to join us during an exciting phase of growth. As with most phases of growth, it will be hard work – but rewarding work. If this sounds like an exciting opportunity to you, please consider applying for the Loan Processor/Teller position! 

A little about CCU

CCU has an established history in the community. What began as a small Department of Southern has since grown into an institution serving the Adventist community, as well as various zip codes throughout the Chattanooga area. CCU debuted its new aims in 2018 to: practice integrity, understand your needs, and provide exceptional service. These aims stretch to members, employees, and anyone else CCU comes in contact with. CCU’s goals are to execute these aims by prioritizing opportunities for automation and training, thereby learning to embrace change. Employees and vendors alike have found CCU’s culture to be very collaborative, friendly, and supportive – and even CCU’s auditors have commended them on their quality of work. 

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Prepare paperwork for Loan requests, including running reports, retrieving credit ratings, calculating ratios, reviewing files, and working up applications
  • Handle inquiries in regards to loan rates, loan and account balances, loan payoffs, account transfers, etc.
  • Answer members’ questions regarding Credit Union services and perform a variety of account maintenance duties
  • Provide a variety of paying and receiving functions, including processing deposits, withdrawals, loan payments, cashiers’ checks, money orders and cash advances
  • Assist in the preparation of appropriate Loan or Teller reports
  • Actively cross-sell Credit Union services
  • Investigate questionable data and recommend action to resolve discrepancies
  • Provide support to all positions within the Loan Department and Member Relations Department during staff absences, vacations and high work volume periods
  • Perform assigned projects and assist other Loan personnel/Tellers with a variety of duties, as required 

Expectations

  • Loan and Teller functions are efficiently, effectively and accurately performed in accordance with established policies, standards and security procedures
  • Documents, records, and miscellaneous tasks are accurately, neatly, and promptly completed
  • Good business relations exist with members. Members’ problems or questions are courteously and promptly resolved
  • Good working relationships and coordination exist with area personnel and with Management. Assistance is provided to other staff, as needed. Supervisors are appropriately informed of area activities
  • The Credit Union’s professional reputation is maintained and conveyed 

Education

High school graduate or equivalent

Essential Skills

  1. Conversational Spanish
  2. Dependability –References for high marks in attendance a plus
  3. Must consistently display a strong work ethic – exhibiting a willingness to learn, take direction, and adapt to changes in the work environment
  4. Ability to work well independently or with others
  5. Possess a degree of competency in use of general PC, Word, Excel and Outlook
  6. Strong organizational, verbal and written communication skills
  7. Ability to multi-task, prioritize and have a high degree of detail management

Preferred Skills 

  1. Strong critical thinking skills
  2. A minimum of 6 months customer service or banking experience
  3. Experience with a 12-digit adding machine 

Benefits

  • Two weeks’ vacation and sick time
  • Paid holidays
  • Eight hour birthdays
  • Health, dental, and vision insurance
  • Life and AD&D insurance
  • 401K Plan with employer contribution, upon eligibility 

How to Apply:  Candidate needs to apply at:

https://collegedale-credit-union.workable.com/jobs/707960 

Summer Childcare Staff 

Location:  Ooltewah Methodist Church 

Hours:  Must be able to work Sunday mornings with consistency (occasional time off is granted in advance) 9am to 12:30pm. Occasionally there are additional hours that can be picked up on Sunday afternoons and/or Wednesday evenings.

Qualifications:  The candidate must be a professing Christian and must have experience working with children. The candidate should be able to interact with the children as well as parents as needed. The candidate must be at least 18 years old and have the ability to follow policies and procedures.

Contact Name:  Stacey Voelp 

Contact Phone:  423.238.9216

Email:  svoelp@oumclive.org

Controller

Location: Collegedale Credit Union

Hours:  Full-Time

Pay Rate:  Negotiated per Experience

Description:  Collegedale Credit Union is looking for the right candidate to join the Supervisory team during an exciting phase of growth. As with most phases of growth, it will be hard work – but rewarding work. If this sounds like an exciting opportunity to you, please consider applying for the Controller position!

A little about CCU 
CCU has an established history in the community. What began as a small Department of Southern has since grown into an institution serving the Adventist community, as well as various zip codes throughout the Chattanooga area. CCU debuted its new aims in 2018 to: practice integrity, understand your needs, and provide exceptional service. These aims stretch to members, employees, and anyone else CCU comes in contact with. CCU’s goals are to execute these aims by prioritizing opportunities for automation and training, thereby learning to embrace change. Employees and vendors alike have found CCU’s culture to be very collaborative, friendly, and supportive – and even CCU’s auditors have commended them on their quality of work.

A little about the Controller position

The Controller is responsible for remaining current with changes in accounting pronouncements and regulatory issues to assess the impact on the Credit Union’s accounting processes. The Controller must be intensely familiar with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), pronouncements and statements issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), and the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Rules and Regulations. In addition, the Controller works closely with the General Manager and Board Treasurer regarding the impact of accounting processes on the Credit Union’s financial statements preparation, budget, and Asset Liability Management functions. 

Roles and Responsibilities

  • Oversee and manage the accounting, financial analysis, and back office operations of the Credit Union
  • Responsible for the timely submission of accounting data for month-end close, regulatory reporting, and financial auditing
  • Research, develop, and implement accounting processes to support Credit Union products and services, system conversions, upgrades, and other strategic initiatives as agreed upon by the General Manager and in conjunction with the Supervisory team
  • Develop, control and manage the General Ledger infrastructure and accounting processes to include all financial transactions, Credit Union expenditures, and cash management
  • Serve as liaison between the Credit Union regulators and auditors regarding accounting-related functions and facilitate the yearly financial statement audit
  • Assist in the strategic planning of the Accounting Department, consistent with the Credit Union’s goals and objectives
  • Foster a positive work environment for employee empowerment through coaching and support
  • Complete projects as assigned by the General Manager and in collaboration with the Supervisory team
  • Assist in instituting protocols for the use of IT across departments and projects, and act as link between users and higher level support
  • Provide advice on the most suitable IT/IS decisions to accomplish CCU’s strategic goals and meet regulatory requirements
  • Maintain HR benefits and documentation

Expectations

  • To meet all deadlines efficiently, with minimal errors and no errors that result in financial loss to the Credit Union
  • To assist the General Manager in providing assurance to the Board of Directors that all assigned general ledger accounts are appropriated maintained, reconciled and in balance
  • To keep the General Manager and Supervisory team readily informed of key operating issues
  • To satisfy these expectations with minimum direction from the General Manager
  • To provide excellent service to vendors, members and co-employees 

Education

Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or related field, or equivalent combination of education and experience 

Experience

A minimum of 12 months Accounting experience and basic knowledge of software, hardware and networks

Essential Skills

  1. Must consistently display a strong work ethic – exhibiting a willingness to learn, take direction and adapt to changes in the work environment
  2. Ability to work well independently or with others
  3. Highly critical thinker with effective researching skills proven through work experience. Skills include but are not limited to: problem-solving, unbiased analysis – trends & data, creativity and implementation thinking.
  4. Ability to make rational, independent business decisions using a high level of common sense
  5. Strong organizational, verbal and written communication skills
  6. Ability to multi-task, prioritize and have a high degree of detail management
  7. Ability to provide direction as appropriate
  8. Must be PC literate, proficient in use of Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook, 10-key

Preferred Skills 

  1. CPA Certification – or willingness to obtain
  2. IT Certification (CompTIA Network+, CompTIA Security+ etc.) – or willingness to obtain
  3. Master’s degree in accounting, finance, or related field 

Benefits

  • Two weeks’ vacation and sick time
  • Eight hour birthdays
  • Health, dental, and vision insurance
  • Life and AD&D insurance
  • 401K Plan with employer contribution, upon eligibility 

How to Apply:  Candidate needs to apply at https://collegedale-credit-union.workable.com/jobs/698257