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Training & Support Services Coordinator
The Coordinator will be responsible for organizing training and support services for TCN. The Coordinator will work with the executive director, staff, trainers, consultants, and partners to provide workshops and services to TCN members. Examples of specific responsibilities will include providing exceptional customer service to members, volunteers and partners; scheduling and supporting trainers and consultants; processing registrations; facilitating the collection and management of data; organizing resources and services; developing and maintaining the virtual support center; assisting with the coordination of a nonprofit conference and other events; maintaining evaluation systems; and other duties as they relate to networking, collaborating, and community outreach. Qualified candidates must have a Bachelors degree, a minimum of 2 years administrative/office experience, strong computer skills including database management and experience using cloud and file sharing services, excellent verbal and written communication skills, ability to work independently and function as part of a team, strong organizational skills, and an attention to detail. Hours: 35 hours per week. This is a full-time position. Location: 260 High Street, Pottstown, PA.
Please submit your cover letter, resume and salary requirements to:
No phone calls please.
TriCounty Community Network (TCN) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, disability, ethnicity, religion, national origin, age, or veteran status. We value and respect the diverse viewpoints and individual differences of all people and encourage diverse candidates to apply.
Salvation Army of Greater Pottstown
On Call Monitor – Family Residence
This position functions as the primary day-to-day resource person for the residents. Enforces House Rules and ensures safe and good order of operations. Prepares and serves meals in accordance with the posted menu, while ensuring safe food handling and food storage processes are used. Performs routine custodial work assigned to that shift, which may include: laundry tasks, managing the laundry facility and assisting clients in remembering and implementing house details. Completion of clerical duties related to direct service including but not limited to: daily census, food supplies and other inventories, room checks, recommend food and other purchases, and log food distribution. Performs related duties as assigned.
Please send, fax or e-mail your resume and a cover letter to: Wendy Egolf, Director, The Salvation Army, P.O. Box 378, Pottstown, PA 19464.
Phone: 610-326-1621 or Fax: 610-326-8606
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Steel River Playhouse, is holding a Job and Volunteer Fair on Sunday, July 28th from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM, and Monday, July 29th from 4:30 PM to 9:00 PM. Interested candidates will have the opportunity to learn about open positions, meet with Steel River’s leadership, and tour the facility.
Paid and stipend positions include Education Coordinator, Music Coordinator, Tech Director, Concessions/Retail Manager, Stage and Music Directors, Production Designers (e.g., sets, costumes, lighting, sound, props, hair and makeup), and Stage Managers. Instructors of music, voice, and acting are also encouraged to apply for future positions that are expected to become available. Adults and students from middle school age on up can explore a host of volunteer learning and social opportunities in virtually every area of the performing arts center. High school and college students are also eligible to sign up for internship opportunities to satisfy their volunteer or external learning requirements. Some examples of volunteer opportunities include:
Technical theater (set construction and painting, costuming, lighting and sound operation, props, hair and make-up)
Stage management and backstage run crew
House management and ushers
Music support, especially piano accompaniment
Riser moves, maintenance and repairs
Administrative support (such as receptionist, phone support, filing, photocopying)
Software and data entry/utilization
Concession and retail sales
Education support/teacher aides
Event planning and hosting
Marketing and public relations (including social media)
Literary analysis and dramaturgy
Candidates for paid and stipend positions may sign up for initial interview slots ahead of time by contacting email@example.com or are welcome to request an interview slot on the day of their visit. Additional interviews may be scheduled at other times for those who are not available during the Job and Volunteer Fair. Department representatives will also be on hand to meet with volunteer candidates to provide information and answer questions.
Steel River also welcomes area performers to visit during the Job and Volunteer Fair to learn more about Steel River’s mission and facilities. A variety of audition opportunities and instrumental openings are available for the upcoming season. Come learn about sharing your talent with the community.
SENIOR CENTER DIRECTOR – FULL TIME + BENEFITS
Must have college degree or equivalent experience with geriatric population. Strong supervisory and organizational skills a must.
Please send resume and cover letter to:
Boyertown Area Multi-Service, Inc.
c/o Personnel Committee
200 West Spring Street
Boyertown, PA 19512
No Calls Please
The Lehigh Valley labor market continued to improve in February, with businesses adding jobs and residents finding work.
The Valley had 337,600 jobs in February, up 6,400 compared with the same month a year ago, according to data released Monday by the state Department of Labor and Industry. The unemployment rate dropped to 8.1 percent in February, down from 8.2 percent in January and the lowest it’s been since March 2009.
The job gains came through most of the private sector. Jobs added at hospitals, hotels, temporary staffing firms, warehouses and stores were partially offset by losses in manufacturing and government.
The wraps on the new GoggleWorks apartments on Washington Street in Reading will be long gone by early summer. In the meantime, the $16.7 million building remains swathed in plastic to keep workers warm.
The plastic also has been covering up an unusual construction process based on a metal framing system. Instead of a typical structural steel framework filled in with masonry blocks and wooden planks, it has prefabricated metal framing and walls that stack in place made by ClarkDietrich Building Systems, an Ohio-based provider of steel construction products and services.
Eric Burkey, president of Reading-based Burkey Construction Co., the project’s general contractor, said the walls are set in place and the cold-formed steel joists and metal deck are set before the walls are placed on the floor above. The wall panels literally sit one on top of the other and carry through the overall height of the building.
“This kind of system has been around for a while,” Burkey said. “It just hasn’t been used a lot.”
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Big industry may be coming back to the northeast United States.
Shell Oil Co. is nearing a decision on where in the Appalachians to build a huge new petrochemical refinery — a project that could bring thousands of construction and production jobs and change the face of the region for decades…
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Check out this story about job creation in our state!