Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2021 Board Recruitment Fair
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technologist Computers Women & BIPOC professionals encouraged to apply. Do you have a knack for problem solving, & experience repairing computers or networks? Technologist Computers is looking for you! We are currently seeking qualified service technicians. In this role, you will successfully diagnose, document, and repair defective systems based on requests submitted by our customers. As a Computer Hardware Repair Technician, you save the day by repairing devices in a timely manner and up to our high standards. Using your excellent problem-solving skills, you perform root cause analysis and elevate problems to your supervisor as needed. This is a great opportunity to gain experience with a wide variety of technology tasks, for industries including retail, corporate, & industrial! Starting at $22-$25 per hour. Part or Full time, flexible hours.
Mental Health Counselor
myHealth for Teens & Young Adults Individual will be responsible for providing diagnostic assessment, treatment planning and therapy services to adolescents, young adults and their families at the Hopkins clinic. Responsibilities include therapy with clients and family, parent education, possible group therapy, engaging in outreach and community education activities and related paperwork. This position will include time spent on outreach and networking activities to build community knowledge and client base. Schedule and hours are flexible and will be negotiated upon hire.
myHealth for Teens & Young Adults This is a 20 hour-a-week benefits eligible position for an EXPERIENCED, Lab Technician/MA to work in and supervise our PPM lab at our Hopkins clinic and Satellite sites. Working closely with the Medical/Lab Director, this position will assist with the creation and implementation of lab policies and procedures, provide staff training, supervise lab staff, serve on the Operations Committee and work directly with clients to ensure quality lab and clinic services.
Certified Veterinary Technician
Secondhand Hounds Veterinary Center Secondhand Hounds Veterinary Center is hiring! Now is an especially exciting time to join our incredible team, as we continue to shift away from providing care only to foster animals into a model that allows us to provide care for both foster animals and owned animals. You’ll have the chance to see and help treat a wide range of conditions in animals, as well as be involved in both appointments and surgeries, working with our four amazing and experienced veterinarians! Qualified certified techs eligible for signing bonus! Full-time technicians also eligible for monthly healthcare stipend!
The Northside Investment Cooperative Enterprise (NICE) is seeking a Cooperative Advocate to share with community members about cooperatives and recruit neighbors to become Coop members. Recruitment will involve in-person recruitment through doorknocking, tabling, and conversations with neighbors and customers of local businesses near 35th and Penn in north Minneapolis, and leading workshops in person and online about the Cooperative project. The position is available immediately. Please email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Questions can be sent to the same address.
Doorknock and engage neighbors around 35th and Penn Ave N in north Minneapolis Talk to patrons of the businesses at 35th and Penn about the Cooperative Host Info sessions explaining the Cooperative and recruiting new Coop members Follow up with interested community members about the Coop model Attend community events to share about NICE Important Skill Sets:
Community outreach, engagement, education, and recruitment Fast learner Active listening and communication Interpersonal and people skills Critical thinking Prior knowledge of Cooperatives is not required Qualities that will help you succeed in this position:
Strong commitment to civic engagement, and empowerment of underrepresented BIPOC communities, and strong commitment to economic, racial, and gender justice Self-starter, excellent communication skills, good time management, and ability to meet deadlines Enjoys meeting and interacting with new people, and people of all backgrounds and identities Works well in a challenging environment both independently and as part of a team Ability to stay on task and problem solve, and ability to work in non-English speaking communities Interested candidates should send their resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions can be sent to the same address.
She Rock She Rock https://sherocksherock.org/employment-opportunities
UMN College of Design | Design Justice Cluster-Hire
University of Minnesota - College of Design Design Justice is a new initiative within the University of Minnesota College of Design, seeking to create space, policy, and practices that support the inclusion and retention of Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) as well as other communities who have been historically underinvested. Design Justice is supported by a group of individuals across design disciplines, known as the Collective, who are committed to anti-racism, decolonized pedagogy, and the liberation of communities who have been underinvested historically, in both design academia and the design industry. Areas of scholarship, teaching, and/or service will involve: anti-racism, racial justice, racial disparities, and/or racial discrimination; equity, power/privilege, and/or bias; benefits to the BIPOC, immigrant, and refugee populations; environmental and social justice; and/or other forms of studying and countering systemic oppression. Successful candidates for all positions will have the clear potential, demonstrated ability, and/or related scholarship to support our BIPOC and other marginalized communities.
We are seeking tenurable or tenure-track candidates who are committed to advancing a scholarly, pedagogic, and/or service agenda focused on an area of design justice, as described above. Successful candidates will teach a range of undergraduate and graduate courses specific to the needs of their program area.
These are 100%-time academic year (9-month), tenured or tenure-track faculty positions. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience, and will be supplemented by a generous start-up package to support advancement of scholarship and teaching that aligns with the tenure standards of the specific program. Start-up packages typically include course release/s, graduate student assistant/s, and/or other means determined through dialogue with the department head.
Variety of Behavioral Health Positions
Touchstone Mental Health We are seeking part-time and full-time employees to join our residential programs and our community-based programs!
Director of Camp Operations
Autism Society of Minnesota The Director of Camp Operations is a member of AuSM’s leadership team, and reports to the Sr. Director of Finance & Operations (SDFO). She or he is the lead administrator for AuSM’s summer camp programs, and is responsible for ensuring the successful execution of these programs. This person will play a critical role in working with the senior leadership team in strategic decision making and camp operations as AuSM continues to enhance its quality camp programming and build capacity.
Direct Reports: Camp directors (who are managed remotely)
At AuSM, equity and inclusion are central to our mission. Bringing diverse perspectives together supports strategic creativity for meeting challenges and focusing on growth. We strive to develop a workplace that reflects the communities we serve – in age, gender identity, race, sexual orientation, physical ability, neurodiversity, and ethnicity. We value our team members and want everyone to feel confident in bringing their full, authentic selves to work.
Counseling and Consulting Services Therapist
Autism Society of Minnesota The Counseling and Consulting Services Therapist is a member of AuSM’s Counseling and Consulting Services (ACCS) team, and reports to the Sr. Director of Finance and Operations. The therapist provides therapeutic services to youth and adults with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and their families, to help them better cope with mental health challenges related to autism, including assessments and evaluations to diagnose ASD. The therapist will play a critical role in serving the needs of ACCS clients, and promoting AuSM’s expertise in ACCS issues, related to autism. Salaried therapists receive a fixed-rate of income each month. Non-salaried therapists receive a percentage of all client fees recouped by AuSM; the percentage and terms of payment will be determined in writing with each non-salaried therapist.
News Media Internship Career Panel
Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists Do you know a college student or young person looking for an internship in news media?
The 2021 Minnesota Society of Professional Journalists Intern Night is a great opportunity to learn about journalism internships throughout the state, network with media professionals and take in a career panel. Click the link for more info. Employers include WCCO, the Star Tribune, Minnesota Public Radio, MSP Magazines, the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal, Minnesota Reformer and more. See you Nov. 9!
Minnesota Milk Bank for Babies The Minnesota Milk Bank for Babies (MMBB), a nonprofit organization, collects, processes, and dispenses pasteurized donor human milk to premature and medically vulnerable infants. The mission of MMBB is to improve health outcomes of babies in Minnesota and surrounding states by ensuring that medically fragile infants have access to safe and nutritional donor human milk when mother’s milk is unavailable or in low supply. We are seeking a full-time Donor Coordinator to assist with screening donors interested in sharing their extra breast milk with those in need.