Job Title: Shop Manager for Dancer Concrete Design
Job Descriptions: Do you like small local businesses? Maybe you would rather work for a ‘David’ than a ‘Goliath’. Have you always had a knack for keeping things neat and orderly? Do you think that when things are properly maintained they seem to work better and last longer? Maybe you have a skill-set with basic hand tools and know your way around your own garage and repairs around your home. Our firm is looking to add a part-time shop manager to our team. We still believe in great craftsmanship and creating finished products that add value to our client’s life now and for many years to come. You can see pictures of what we design and create with concrete by visiting www.DancerConcrete.com
Job Description – A job at Dancer Concrete Design is not for the faint of heart. It is for the go-getters, the hard-workers, and the believers. If you believe in yourself and the ability to create something great, then we are calling for you to become a part of our company. Be the best you can be by working at a company that strives to be the best it can be! The part-time shop manager will lead the cleanliness and overall operation of the Dancer Concrete Design shop located in downtown Fort Wayne.
They will assist with day-to-day duties including loading vehicles, machine maintenance, ordering materials and errands for the shop.
Work Will Include – Other duties include (but are not limited to) picking up new packages and skids of supplies, labeling products, organizing the shop and keeping it clean, staging materials for the next day, repairing broken machines and keeping up with the maintenance of others, ordering parts and materials, loading the vehicles for each job, picking up materials and office and shop supplies around Ft. Wayne.
Will You Enjoy Working With Us? You
•Like creating things with your hands and enjoy seeing the finished results of your work.
•Figure out how to fix rather than who’s to blame.
•Worked a job as a teenager
•Have lead others by your own example We
•Work to serve our customers by installing great looking floors
•Always do great work
•Have a lot of advancement opportunities in the next few years. If you are interested please follow the instructions below. This is the first part of our interview process.
•Email or respond with a resume attached •Include 3 references whom we can contact
•Tell us why this position would be a good fit and any experience that makes you feel qualified.
We work in a non-smoking environment. A valid drivers license (with a clean and insurable record) and passing a drug test are a must. Starting Pay is $12 per hour. Expected Hours are 12-15 per week in the shop. Also on-call for part-time fieldwork.
Contact: Andrea Bauman Marketing Leader
Address: 1819 S Calhoun St Fort Wayne, Indiana 46802
Posted on 5/27/2015
|Job Title: Site Coordinator |
Job Descriptions: Site Coordinator (Fort Wayne) image 1 compensation: Seasonal - Hourly - Part time non-profit organization
Site Coordinator Reports to: Construction Manager Performance Summary This field-based position is responsible for assisting the affiliate's Construction Manager and Volunteer Engagement Manager in the successful completion of all construction activities, including managing volunteers on the build site and assisting with all activities involved in the construction of homes. This high-energy, relationship-based and goal-oriented position requires extremely strong organizational skills, speaking/communication skills and a genuine passion for Habitat's mission. The site coordinator serves as the chief point of contact for volunteers on the construction site. The Site Coordinator will providing excellent customer service to the volunteers while on the job site and keep them engaged in the construction process with direction from the Construction Manager. Responsibilities Good work and business ethics. Must be a proven self-starter with the ability to work independently in a fast-paced environment. Individual must be organized and capable of good task follow-up. Must have the ability to relate to people of different races, faiths and incomes.
• Coordinate pre-build logistics with the Volunteer Engagement Manager, including (but not limited to) the stocking of necessary volunteer support materials for meals, staging and related onsite logistics
• Greet and register volunteers and visitors, share about Habitat, and help lead morning circle up about the logistics for the day as outlined in the daily expectation memo
• Ensure all volunteers are productively engaged in the construction process and feel valued and connected
• Be present on site to support volunteers and visitors, ensure their personal needs are met and tasks at hand are explained clearly
• Communicate build schedule information to staff members as needed on a daily basis
• Responsible for regular inspection and maintenance of all on-site housekeeping and volunteer parking, including maintaining clean and safe job sites, streets and sidewalks free of mud, debris and trash.
• Work with the Director of Operations, Director of Construction and Construction Manager to ensure that all injuries on site are handled according to the organization's protocol and all proper documentation is completed.
• Perform any/all other construction related tasks as assigned by the Construction Manager and/or the Director of Construction. Competencies
• Ability to work independently, set and balance priorities, and take initiative
• Planning and organizing
• Teamwork and collaboration
• High level communication skills
• Strong focus on customer service
• Ability to work with a wide range of people Physical Requirements
• Generally be in good health
• Ability to maneuver on a construction site (over dirt, rocks, piles of material, etc.) • Ability to lift 40 pounds
• Ability to climb ladders, bend, kneel and reach, in awkward and tiring positions • Ability to sit in front of a computer and complete computer work, sometimes for hours at a time
• Ability to stand for a few hours at a time, as the event dictates
• Ability to speak without a microphone to groups of 10 to 50 people
To apply: please send cover letter and resume to email@example.com no phone inquiries Fort Wayne Habitat for Humanity is firmly committed to a being an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, age, sexual orientation, national origin, ethnic background, religion, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Contact: Melissa GilligDirector of Operations
Fax Number: 260-424-9272
Posted on 05/21/15
Job Title: Single Mother's Personal Assistant
Job Description: Seeking a part time personal assistant for single mother in the Columbia City area. MTTF 10 am to 6 pm Job duties include meal prep, cleaning, laundry, organizing, grocery shopping and misc. errands, running kids to appointments and babysitting. Must possess valid drivers license and pass a back ground check. Children may be brought to work depending on ages and circumstances. Please email resume
Contact: Angela Grable, Mom
Phone: (260) 609-0569
201 N Line Street
Columbia City, IN 46725
Fax Number: (260) 244-6123
Posted on 05/20/15
Job Title: Flooring Technician
Job Description: Qualified individuals will drive our company truck to customer sites and refinish/repair tile floors and carpet. You Must have no felonies and a drivers license. Also, you must be willing to submit a drug test.
Contact: Rob, Owner
Phone: (260) 409-2564
Ossian, IN 46777
Posted on 05/18/15
Job Title: ReStore Volunteer Coordinator (part time)
This is a high-energy, relationship-based, goal-oriented position requiring strong organizational skills, speaking/communication skills and a genuine passion for the ReStore and Habitat’s mission. The position requires supplying volunteers in the support of the Habitat ReStore, including (but not limited to) developing and implementing creative strategies of recruitment, orientation, evaluation, retention, and recognition of those who give their time to our mission. The ReStore volunteer coordinator serves as the chief point of contact for volunteers at every stage of their engagement with the Habitat ReStore – from the initial contact on through the volunteer activity, while providing excellent customer service.
•Respond to all volunteer inquiries promptly and effectively, working to engage volunteers as soon as possible
•Greet and orientate volunteers, share about Habitat and the ReStore and train on volunteer tasks for the day
•Be present to support volunteers, ensure personal needs are met and tasks are explained clearly
•Ensure all volunteers are productively engaged at the ReStore and feel valued and connected
•Ensure on-going recruitment for volunteers is occurring from all community resources; track all data in a spreadsheet and report monthly to the director of ReStore operations
•Track volunteer hours, maintain volunteer sign-in sheets and waivers, and capture and enter viable volunteer information into the database in a timely manner to ensure accuracy of data for reporting that facilitates recruitment, retention, recognition, and analysis
•Assess organizational need and capacity for volunteers, create volunteer program materials (policies and procedures, applications, volunteer agreements, and orientation handbooks)
•Create, manage, and implement volunteer engagement strategic plan, including volunteer stewardship model •Develop and execute volunteer recognition events
•Work with ReStore management and development team to facilitate volunteer recruitment, presentations and scheduling
•Develop and manage year-round volunteer communications and stewardship calendar
Key Result Areas:
•Strategic volunteer recruitment, retention, and satisfaction
•Cultivation and stewardship (corporate and individual) activities
•Self-starter mentality, proactive attitude and self-improver driven to exceed expectations and be a key contributor
•Enthusiastic, teamwork focused, and strong customer service orientation
•Critical thinker – understands and evaluates how things are put together rather than taking instructions as given so you can go beyond what is being asked and work independently
•Outstanding organizational skills, attention to detail and follow-through with the ability to manage projects and meet deadlines
•Ability to lead, train, and manage volunteers in a positive manner
•Willingness to take initiative, be flexible and resourceful and work effectively on multiple projects
•Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and set and balance priorities
•Adaptability with changing environment and shifting priorities
•Excellent writing and research skills and strong verbal communication skills
•Ability to learn quickly, multitask and creatively solve problems
•Tact, diplomacy and flexibility
•Positive attitude and respect toward a diverse range of people
Education and Experience:
•High school degree required; preferably college degree in a relevant area with an interest in a career in volunteer management, hospitality, related field, or equivalent experience
•1-3 years of customer service experience
•Strong knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and other business applications
•Reliable transportation and valid driver’s license with no serious convictions or at-fault accidents
•Generally be in good health
•Ability to lift 40 lbs
•Ability to climb, bend, kneel and reach in awkward and tiring positions
•Ability to sit in front of a computer and complete computer work, sometimes for hours at a time
•Ability to stand for a few hours at a time as the event dictates
•Ability to speak without a microphone to groups of 10 to 50
This position offers growth opportunities and work producing a real, tangible difference in the lives of our partner families and community. Hours are Tuesday-Friday 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. (25 hours per week) To Apply: please send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
; no phone inquiries Contact:
Pam Lochner, Director of ReStore Operation Phone:
No phone calls please Email: email@example.com
3837 N. Wells Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46808
Posted on 05/11/15
Job Title: Exhibits Specialist (part-time exhibits technician)
Job Description: Science Central is seeking a highly skilled and self-motivated jack-of-all-trades person to assist with daily and long-term exhibits maintenance, repairs and fabrication, building operations, and facilities maintenance. Work will occur in and on-site of a large historical building.
This position requires experience in exhibits (interactive and static, electronic and mechanical), materials (woods, metals, plastics, electronics, etc.), facilities maintenance (HVAC, construction, electrical, plumbing, etc.), and exhibits and facilities cleaning.
Primary duties will include – exhibit upkeep and repairs; daily operational activities such as turn-on and closure procedures for exhibits and equipment; perform regularly scheduled maintenance of exhibits, equipment and facilities; repair, maintain and install permanent and temporary exhibits and large-scale exhibitions.
Secondary duties will include – building and facilities maintenance and cleanliness; purchasing and installation of exhibits components, and facility and cleaning supplies; care for and storage of museum property and equipment. This position requires high visibility work in a public facility, so must be friendly and like people.
REQUIRED SKILLS: Educational training (mechanical/electrical/industrial) and/or significant relevant experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the job; requires strong analytical, design, and planning skills; exceptional experience with hand tools and shop tools; strong communication and interpersonal skills; experience with all divisions of facilities and equipment; ability to complete multiple complex projects; effective organizational, prioritization and multi-tasking skills; knowledge of materials and electronics associated with interactive science exhibits; flexibility and capability to adapt to changing priorities and schedules; knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook) and related programs; ability to use a fork lift; valid Drivers License and a successful completion of Criminal Background Check is required.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The position requires frequent standing, walking, kneeling, stooping, climbing, balancing, pushing, and lifting; exposure to high and low temperatures, and outside weather conditions; exposure to loud sounds, heights, and moving mechanical parts. SCHEDULE: Approx. 10-20 hours per week, irregular schedule, part-time position, non-exempt, schedule will include weekends, holidays, early hours and evenings, must be flexible SALARY:$10/hour
Human Resources Director
Science Central 1950
North Clinton Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
Fax Number:(260) 422-2899
Posted on 05/11/15
Job Title: Store Manager
Job Description: Requirements for this position include: high school diploma or equivalent, college degree preferred, excellent working knowledge of merchandise, previous supervisory experience, excellent communication skills and computer proficiency. Valid driver’s license, safe driving record, personal automobile insurance and the ability to work in a fast paced, ever changing environment.
The Rescue Mission is a client-centered ministry with the mission of providing a home for the homeless, food for the hungry and hope for their future. Our team is composed of dynamic and committed Christians who care deeply about our clients and each other. Contact:
Marissa Whitesell, HR Coordinator Phone:
(260) 426-7357 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on 05/11/15
Job Title: Finance Administrator
Job Description: Good Shepherd UMC, Fort Wayne, celebrating in 2015 its 50th year of service is seeking qualified candidates for the part-time (25-hrs/wk) position of Finance Administrator.
The person selected will:
•Provide recommendations to Church Council, the Finance Committee, Leaders, and Church Staff regarding financial management of the Church
•Timely and accurately record receipts of the Church, maintaining separate funds for donations received for designated and mission purposes
•Pay the properly-approved liabilities of the Church
•Timely process the payroll of paid Church Staff, including the deposit of withheld taxes and preparation of tax-related returns
•Reconcile bank statements and prepare monthly financial reports for the Finance Committee, Leaders, and Staff
•Lead the preparation of the annual operating budget of the Church
•Attend Church Council and Finance Committee meetings prepared to discuss the finances of the Church.
This position requires at a minimum an Associate Degree in accounting and a strong commitment to the Christian faith. Preferably, candidates will also possess experience in fund accounting and a comfort level with Shelby or comparable church software. A background check and youth protection training are also required.
Qualified candidates are encouraged to submit their interest in the position and credentials to Good Shepherd UMC, Attn: Finance Chair, 4700 Vance Avenue, Fort Wayne, Indiana, 46815, or email@example.com
Finance Chair Phone:
(260) 483-8816, ext 211 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Good Shepherd UMC
Attn: Finance Chair
4700 Vance Ave
Fort Wayne, IN 46815
Posted on 05/11/15
Job Title: Blackhawk Christian School Varsity Cheer Coach
Job Description: Looking for someone to lead our Varsity Cheer team during the 2015-2016 season. Varsity cheer coach experience preferred but not required.
Contact: Jamie Perlich, Athletic Director
Phone: (260) 493-7470
Posted on 05/11/15
Job Title: Cook, Cashier, Dishwasher
Job Description: A small, locally owned restaurant in downtown Fort Wayne is looking for SEASONAL part-time help for the summer. Hours will vary and may include some evenings and Saturdays. We are closed on Sundays, and mostly open during the day from 10:30a to 3p. We will be opening some evenings and Saturdays for summer events that will be going on downtown. All positions start at $8/hour. I do prefer it if you come in and fill out an application instead of calling.
Contact: Michelle, Manager
Phone: (260) 422-2233
620 South Calhoun
Fort Wayne, IN 46802
Posted on 05/06/15
Job Title: Preschool Teacher
Job Description: Leo United Methodist Preschool is in need of a part-time preschool teacher to teach early learners (3 & 4-year-olds) three mornings per week. The hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8:00am-11:30am. You MUST have previous experience with children and enjoy teaching young children. Please submit a cover letter and resume.
Contact: Lori Bearman
13527 Leo Rd.
Leo, IN 46765
Fax Number: (260) 627-0024
Posted on 05/06/15
Job Title: Director of Communications
Job Description: Leo United Methodist Church is seeking a creative and competent part-time Director of Communications (18-21 hours). This person will be responsible for maintaining our communications via print media, digital media, and online media. He or she will serve as the contact person for all communication information to both internal and external sources.
Responsibilities include design and management of weekly bulletins, weekly worship slides, monthly newsletters, print advertising, e-blast production, website and social media, as well as assisting all ministries with promotional plans, general office work, mailings, and maintaining and ordering office supplies.
Additional duties include designing and preparing flyers, brochures, postcards, signs and other printed materials as needed. Excellent written and oral communication skills are needed as well as experience with Microsoft Office, Constant Contact, and social media. Contact:
Amy Saleik Contact Phone:
(260) 627-2161 Email: email@example.com
13527 Leo Rd.
Leo, IN 46765
Fax Number: (260) 627-0024
Posted on 05/06/15
Job Title: Part Time Receptionist
Job Description: Imel Insurance Agency is looking to fill a Part Time Receptionist Position. Applicant must have people skills and computer skills, including Microsoft Office experience. Job Duties include answering phones, taking customers payments, process incoming faxes and mail. Hours are Monday- Friday 12pm-5pm. Compensation is $8 an hour with basic benefits package (Vacation, Sick Days and Bonus) offered after 90 Day probation period. Future promotion opportunities. Must have High School Diploma. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 260-747-3282.
Contact: Jon, Office Manager
Phone: (260) 747-6186
2700 Lower Huntington Rd
Fort Wayne, IN 46809
Fax Number: (260) 747-3282
Posted on 05/01/15
Job Title: Administrative Manager
Job Description: Administrative Manager sought for Fort Wayne insurance agency. Work from home – office equipment will be provided. 25-30 hours to start. Must have excellent customer service skills in dealing with people by phone and through electronic media. Self-discipline, organization, trustworthiness, reliability and willingness to learn are crucial. Microsoft Office required. Key Accountabilities include: Customer service Client follow-up Scheduling Data management and input Application processing Excellent pay. Interested individuals please send resume.
Posted on 04/28/15
Job Title: Child Care Teacher
Job Description: Taylor Chapel Preschool is receiving resumes from those interested in part and full time positions in our SUMMER FUN Day Care program. This program is from June 8-August 7. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and have a high school diploma or a G.E.D. We are looking for people who have a love for God, and who love and enjoy spending time with young children. You must be fun, as well as extremely dependable, with experience caring for young children. All applicants must complete an interview process, including a background check. Send resumes with references to email@example.com
Contact: Vicki Buwalda/Preschool Director or Jami Howell/SUMMER FUN Coordinator
Phone: (260) 749-8597
Address: 10145 Maysville Road
Posted on 04/24/15
Job Title: Ministry Assistant for Holy Cross Lutheran Church and School
Job Description: The Ministry Assistant is responsible for administrative support for the church office. The position includes the preparation of internal and external communications, worship service materials and staff support.
Major Area of Responsibilities:
1.Communication (Internal & External) a)Generate, copy and distribution as
•Correspondence for church office staff
•News & Notes, inserts and brochures [layout and design]
•Outgoing communications from Holy Cross (general church mailings,
special events, programs, etc.)
2.Worship Service Materials
a)Design and layout of all worship service materials as directed by the
Director of Worship & Music.
•All Orders of Worship
b)Creation of visual presentation for worship services (PowerPoint,
c)Copy and distribution of weekly worship service materials.
a) Maintain on-line room reservation system.
b) Daily distribution of mail to church office staff from the central mailbox in
the school office.
c) Support day-to-day clerical office requirements.
d) Serve as backup support to office staff, as required.
a) Knowledge of a variety of software packages, such as Microsoft Word,
PowerPoint, Excel, etc., to produce correspondence and documents and
maintain presentations, records and spreadsheets.
b) Excellent ability to communicate orally and in writing.
c) Attend staff meetings as requested.
d) Exhibit a positive attitude and cooperative spirit in a team-oriented
e) Maintain confidentiality and unquestioned integrity.
f) Cooperate with the Church Office Manager by performing any other
duties when asked to do so. Contact:
Todd Seiman, Office Manager Phone:
(260) 739-6518 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
3425 crescent Ave
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
Posted on 04/24/15
Job Title: Facilities & Exhibits Director
Job Description: Science Central is seeking a highly skilled and self-motivated facilities/building operations person to oversee the daily and long-term operation, maintenance and housekeeping of a hands-on science center located within a large historical building.
This position is a professional, senior-level job requiring significant experience in buildings (HVAC, construction, electrical, plumbing, etc.), exhibits (interactive and static, electronic and mechanical), materials (woods, metals, plastics, electronics, ceramics, etc) and management (housekeeping and exhibits). Will report to the Executive Director, be a part of the senior management, lead committees, and participate in long-range strategic plans.
While it is a management-level position, this is a “hands-on” position and the employee will spend most of their time doing rather than directing. Applicant must be a jack-of-all-trades and duties will include - lead the cleaning, maintenance and exhibit repair staff; develop operational and maintenance protocols and procedures for existing and future equipment and exhibits; perform regularly scheduled maintenance of equipment and facilities; coordinate purchasing of facility and cleaning supplies; manage capital improvement projects; repair, maintain and install permanent and temporary exhibits and large-scale touring exhibitions; care for and storage of museum property and equipment; obtain and analyze bids, manage and administer contracts and coordinate work with contractors; develop and monitor budgets; prepare reports and maintain records; and serve as the safety officer; work in a public facility, so must like people, be friendly, outgoing, communicative and team-oriented.
REQUIRED SKILLS: This is NOT an entry-level position, so only individuals with significant relevant experience and training that demonstrates the ability to perform the job should apply; 10+ years of extensive experience with all divisions of facility management, property manager experience, leading of maintenance and construction projects is a must; a degree/certificate in engineering, manufacturing, property management, etc. is preferred; requires strong analytical, design, and planning skills; exceptional experience with hand tools and shop tools; knowledge of cleaning and housekeeping equipment and materials; strong communication and interpersonal skills; experience as a supervisor; proven ability to manage multiple complex projects; effective organizational, prioritization and multi-tasking skills; ability to work in a high-paced, high-stress, high-pressure environment, must be time- and detail-oriented; must be comfortable with working in a science and public education/cultural facility; significant experience in developing capital projects from conception to execution; ability to maintain a historical building, and provide for the storage and security needs of objects and properties is required; experience in exhibit design, construction and installation, and knowledge of materials associated with interactive science exhibits; flexibility and capability to adapt to changing priorities and schedules; the ability to partner with a wide variety of diverse colleagues and business associates; knowledge of MS Office; ability to use a fork lift; valid Drivers License and a successful completion of Criminal Background Check is required.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS:The position requires frequent standing, walking, kneeling, stooping, climbing, balancing, pushing, and lifting; exposure to high and low temperatures, and outside weather conditions; exposure to loud sounds, heights, and moving mechanical parts.
SCHEDULE: Full-time, exempt, schedule will include weekends, early hours and evenings, often requires long days, must be flexible SALARY:$32,000-35,000, with full benefits.
Science Central is an Equal Opportunity Employer Contact:
Amanda Cutler, Finance & HR Director Phone:
(260) 424-2400 Email: email@example.com
1950 N Clinton Street
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
Fax Number: (260) 422-2899
Posted on 04/24/15
Job Title: Bookkeeper/Administrative Assistant
Job Description: Part time bookkeeper/front desk receptionist is needed for a Montessori school with children ages 3 to 6. Experience with Quick books is a plus and administrative skills working with Microsoft Office are part of this position. Occasional assistance with children may be required. Hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 12:30pm during school year and minimal hours through the summer break.
Phone: (260) 413-4899
Posted on 04/24/15