TMH Physician Partners Job Opportunity – LPN

TMH Physician Partners Wakulla is seeking a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) for a busy family practice.

Seeking a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) to provide a variety of clinical duties in our Metabolic Center. Responsible for assisting the physicians and physician extenders with quality and direct patient care.

Provides direct patient care by doing lab work and venipuncture, readying patients for exams, assisting providers with exams and procedures, and administering injections and treatments as orders. Coordinates patient calls/walk-ins in emergent situations. Assists in other functions of the medical group practice as needed. Tasks performed are in compliance with department and policies and procedures, and within educational preparation as well as the Florida Nurse Practice Act.

You will be a ambassador to the community, agencies we partner with, and the patients we serve by maintaining excellent customer service standards.

Qualifications and Requirements 1-2 years of experience in a clinical office setting as well as computer proficiency and knowledge of medical terminology and software.

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OnAugust 19, 2019, posted in: Job Opportunities by

St. Marks Lighthouse Tours

The St. Marks Lighthouse Quarters will be open to the public for tours from 10 am to 4 pm on the first consecutive Friday and Saturday of each month. Price: $2 per person (age 12 and older) $5 refuge entrance fee* Tickets are sold at the lighthouse (cash or check only) on the day of the event for specific time slots. Only 15 tickets available per day. Ticket sales stop at 3:30 pm. *Federal passes must be shown or displayed in the vehicle for entrance to the refuge. The St. Marks Lighthouse Keeper’s Quarters has major historical significance and recently underwent a costly renovation. We ask our visitors to please follow these guidelines while taking the tour: – Leave pets outside – No food or drink while on the tour – No wet shoes, bare feet, or wet clothing – Refrain from handling or removing any display items – Climbing the tower is prohibited The St. Marks Lighthouse tours are run by trained volunteer interpreters. We are continually looking for new volunteers. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please contact Ranger Connie Clineman at constance_clineman@fws.gov.

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OnAugust 16, 2019, posted in: News by

Great Southern Demolition Seeking Front Office Assistant

Full time position with benefits. Salary based on experience. Monday – Friday 7:30 am to 4:30 pm

Required: Punctual, organized, self-starter that will be able to multi-task. Professional speaking voice with good driving record and clean background check. Microsoft Office experience, with intermediate knowledge of Excel a plus. Must be willing to obtain Notary licensing.

Duties: Answer multi-line phone system in a professional manner, take messages & route call appropriately. Assist Comptroller with various clerical duties such as typing, filing, coding, & mailing, with occasional errands. Candidate will be an integral part of a very fast paced small office in the construction field and will work closely with Office Manager and staff as a team player. Prior construction office experience a plus!

Please no phone calls or emails!

Stop by 4435 Entrepot Blvd, Tallahassee, FL anytime from 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Monday – Friday to bring resume or complete application.

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OnAugust 12, 2019, posted in: Job Opportunities by

Census Jobs

Earn extra income while helping your community.

The U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting thousands of people across the country to assist with the 2020 Census count.

Job Details

We are hiring for a variety of temporary jobs, including census takers, recruiting assistants, office staff, and supervisory staff. To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years old, have a valid Social Security number, and be a U.S. citizen.

How to Apply

Candidates must complete an online job application. The application includes assessment questions about your education, work, and other experience.

Locations

Positions for the 2020 Census are located throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Explore our interactive map to find the pay rates in your county

Apply now -the process takes about 30 minutes

https://recruitment.2020census.gov/ats/careersite/census.aspx?site=1&c=census

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OnAugust 9, 2019, posted in: Job Opportunities by

NOW HIRING Habitat Specialists

NOW HIRING

HABITAT SPECIALISTS

North Florida Refuges Endangered

Species Habitat Improvement Project

1 Crew Leader & 4 Crew Members needed for a 6 month project working

alongside biologists and environmental scientists on St. Marks National

Wildlife Refuge & St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge.

TO APPLY: visit our website at CTWFL.COM Apply Tab and click Forms

Send applications to apply.ctw@gmail.com

Contact us at 321-956-3940

1 Crew Leader position open

Must be reliable, good organizational and communication skills, experience working

outdoors, have a valid driver’s license

4 Crew Member positions available

o No experience required, must be enthusiastic about working outdoors

Project duration will be from September 2019 to April 2020 (27 weeks or 6 mos.)

o This is a 3-year project and you may be eligible for future term

Community Training Works’ Young American Conservation Corps program and their land managing

agency partners in Florida, St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge and St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge,

have teamed up to offer a conservation job opportunity to local young adults.

Description of Project Work

– Restore vital breeding ephemeral ponds for the threatened Frosted Flatwoods Salamander on

St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge

– Restore beach nesting habitat for threatened and endangered loggerhead and green sea turtles

on St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge

– Project work will consist of removing woody vegetation and duff from selected Frosted

Flatwoods Salamander ponds

– Assist biologists in research on the life history and egg laying habits of this species. The

information and data will be collected and used to write the recovery plan for this species.

– Remove litter and downed timber from the beach to facilitate sea turtle nesting.

– Perform daily tool maintenance and equipment repairs as needed

Eligibility Requirements

– Must be between 18 and 25 years of age

– Must be able to carry at least 45 pounds and hike through various terrain for 1 to 4 miles

– Must be enthusiastic about working outdoors with a love and respect for nature

– Able to work in extremely hot, humid, buggy, and wet conditions around insects and wildlife

– Must pass a pre-employment physical and drug screening

– Must have reliable transportation to meet at our Crawfordville office each morning

Benefits

– Work alongside biologists and environmental scientists gaining knowledge of working on

environmentally sensitive lands in endangered/threatened species habitats

– Earn industry recognized certifications such as First Aid, CPR, S212 chainsaw, S130/190 Basic Fire

Management, Waders in the Water

– Crew Members earn a weekly stipend of $360 ($9/hr) Crew Leader up to $600 ($13-15/hr) DOE

– Earn an AmeriCorps Education Award between $1,612 – $3,047 upon completion of a 450 – 900

hour term to use towards college or student loans

– Hiring preferential for any agency working on public lands is granted to each member upon

completion of their term

NOW HIRING

HABITAT SPECIALISTS

To Apply: You will find our volunteer application on our website at httpw://www.ctwfl.com under the Apply

Tab click on Forms. You can also contact Community Training Works, Inc. either by phone at 321-956-3940

or by email at info@ctwfl.com to request a volunteer application. Once the volunteer application has been

received, along with a copy of your resume, you will be contacted for an over the phone interview.

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OnAugust 7, 2019, posted in: Job Opportunities by

NOW HIRING CONSERVATION CORPS CHAINSAW CREW

Hurricane Debris Removal on Interior Forest Roads Project

Crew Leader position open

Must be reliable, good organizational and communication skills, experience working

outdoors, have a valid driver’s license, leadership experience preferred

Crew Member positions open

No experience required, must be enthusiastic about working outdoors

Experience using chainsaws and similar equipment preferred

Project duration will be from August 2019 to July 2020

Community Training Works’ Young American Conservation Corps program and the Apalachicola National

Forest are continuing their partnership in an effort to improve the accessibility to all interior forest roads

damaged by Hurricane Michael

Description of Project Work

– Perform daily tool maintenance and equipment repairs as needed

– Clear hazardous trees and downed trees from interior USFS roads throughout the Apalachicola

National Forest

– Work with Archaeologists performing shovel tests sifting for artifacts

Eligibility Requirements

– Must be between 18 and 25 years of age

– Must be able to carry at least 45 pounds and hike through various terrain for 1 to 4 miles

– Must be enthusiastic about working outdoors with a love and respect for nature

– Able to work in extremely hot, humid, buggy, and wet conditions around insects and wildlife

– Must pass a pre-employment physical and drug screening

– Must have reliable transportation to meet at our Crawfordville office each morning

– Composite, leather boots required – ALL PPE (Personal Protective Equip) WILL BE PROVIDED

Benefits

– Gain experience working with Fire Crew, Biologists and Archaeologists

– Earn industry recognized certifications such as First Aid, CPR, S212 chainsaw, S130/190 Basic Fire

Management, Waders in the Water

– Crew Members earn a weekly stipend of $360 ($9/hr) Crew Leader up to $600 ($13-15/hr) DOE

– Earn a 1700 hour full time AmeriCorps Education Award of $6,095 upon completion of your

term to use towards college or student loans

– Hiring preferential for any agency working on public lands is granted to each member upon

completion of their term

NOW HIRING CONSERVATION CORPSS CHAINSAW CREW

To Apply: You will find our volunteer application on our website at httpw://www.ctwfl.com under the Apply

Tab click on Forms. You can also contact Community Training Works, Inc. either by phone at 321-956-3940

or by email at info@ctwfl.com to request a volunteer application. Once the volunteer application has been

received, along with a copy of your resume, you will be contacted for an over the phone interview.

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OnAugust 7, 2019, posted in: Job Opportunities by

Job Opening – Administrative Assistant

The Florida State University Coastal & Marine Laboratory (located roughly 45 miles from the main campus in Tallahassee) seeks a highly motivated, detail-oriented full-time Administrative Assistant who will provide administrative support for the Director, the Business Manager (supervisor for this position), and the Faculty.

DEADLINE FOR APPLYING IS August 9, 2019

Primary responsibilities:

This position provides administrative support to the Director and the Business Manager; assists with financial and HR operations. 

  • Administrative support for the Director includes: assistance with daily calendar and travel schedule, organizing internal and external meetings, taking meeting minutes, organizing special events, and handling confidential assignments.
  • Administrative support for Faculty includes: Facilitating Assignment of Responsibilities and Effort Certifications for exempt (3 times per year) and non-exempt employees (monthly)..
  • Administrative support for the Business Manager includes: Financial – Creating Purchase Orders, ordering office and field supplies, distributing mail and preparing shipments for FEDEX packages, conducting weekly Pcard coding and monthly reconciliation, purchasing, disbursements and deposits for the Foundation Accounts, serves as back-up for travel and facility reservations; HR – Prepares job postings and ensures compliance with FSU HR rules and guidelines while facilitating the screening, interviewing, and hiring processes. Enters appointments for faculty, staff, grad students, visiting scientists, and OPS staff.

Qualifications:

  • A High School diploma or equivalency and two years experience, or a combination of post high school education and experience equal to two years is required.
  • Must be highly detail-oriented with the ability to prioritize and organize assignments effectively and independently to meet project deadlines.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office, especially Word and Excel.
  • Experience working in an office environment.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills, math skills, and knowledge of collection and/or cash handling procedures.
  • Ability to perform assignments with minimal supervision.

*Resume must be attached at time of application.

Preferred:  Experience with University OMNI system.

Anticipated Salary Range:  Minimum of $25,000 – negotiable commensurate with education and experience. 

Schedule:  If not otherwise specified, schedule is Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Tobacco Free Campus

Effective January 1, 2014, tobacco use, including simulated tobacco use, is prohibited on property, interior and exterior,owned or managed by Florida State University. This policy applies to all Florida State University students, employees, consultants, contractors, visitors, and external individuals.

Equal Employment Opportunity

FSU is an AA/EEO employer. Female and minority candidates are especially encouraged to apply.

The FSU Coastal & Marine Laboratory is located in St. Teresa, Florida, about 45 miles southwest of the FSU main campus.

To Apply, Visit jobs.fsu.edu  – position 45461

 Applicants are required to complete the online application with all applicable information. Applications must include all work history up to ten years, and education details even if attaching a resume. 

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OnJuly 31, 2019, posted in: Job Opportunities by

Job Opening -Small Boat Technician

Small Boat Technician (USPS,Mechanical Trades Technician)

To Apply, visit jobs.fsu.edu  – Job ID (position) = 45873. Deadline to apply is midnight 2nd of September 2019

The FSUCML seeks a small boat technician to assist the primary boat captain with service of the small boat
fleet (shown here https://marinelab.fsu.edu/marine-operations/small-boat-fleet/).

Primary responsibilities include

(1) daily service, maintenance, and repair (and records thereof) of outboard engines, boats, trailers, safety equipment, and dock area, submitting all receipts for supplies and equipment to the budget manager;

(2) collecting user float plans before user departure, and turning in the completed plan to administrative personnel responsible for billing upon user return; and

(3) conducting radio checks with users before departure and maintaining radio communication with users operating in the FSUCML area.

(4) daily maintenance of boat shop and tool inventory and for maintaining effective relationships
with small boat vendors and users.

(5) contributes to other marine operation detail as assigned onboard the R/V Apalachee (e.g., helping with
maintenance and repair, participating as crew on research cruises) and the Dive Program (e.g., helping the
Diving Safety Officer with maintenance and repair of diving equipment and equipment sign out by users).

(6) serves as part of the on-call duty team rotation for after hours and weekend facility rounds and emergency purposes, with other duties as assigned that relate to FSUCML operations.

Preferred

  • AAUS scientific diver certification
  • USCG Master 100 endorsement, which allows operation of vessels up to 99 GRTs.

Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent and 2 years of experience or a combination of post high school education and experience equal to 2 years.
  • Experience in the maintenance and repair of boats and engines.
  • Ability to identify safety hazards and to ensure a safe work environment in and around boats, the shop, and the dock.
  • Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing with staff, faculty, students, and vendors.
  • Knowledge of applicable computer applications and basic computer functions, including Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Ability to meet the physical requirements of the position to include repeated bending, lifting up to 50 lbs, climbing, and working in hot environments.
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OnJuly 25, 2019, posted in: Job Opportunities by

Disaster Preparedness for Businesses

Here you will find our 2019 Disaster Preparedness presentation and important links to keep handy in case of a natural disaster

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OnJune 6, 2019, posted in: News by

24th Annual Christmas in July Celebration

The Wakulla Senior Center is seeking “Love our Seniors” sponsors for the Meals on Wheels program for this annual event held Wednesday, July 17th.

For more information please contact Trina Thomas 850.926.7145 or submit payment with your sponsorship form

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OnMay 16, 2019, posted in: Charity, Events, News by