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Job Title: Management Opportunities with The Blake and Taos Ski Valley
Job Type: Full-Time
Description of Work:
Work and live in beautiful Taos, New Mexico!
Our mission at our new hotel, the Blake at Taos Ski Valley is to foster the best possible experience for our guests and fellow employees. We draw our energy from the incredible mountain we enjoy on a daily basis and from the lasting relationships we build here. The diverse, talented, and creative people in our Taos Ski Valley family encourage one another to be our best and to make each year even better than the one before. Together we strive to carry on the traditions and values that have made Taos an extraordinary place. Let us continue to make Taos Ski Valley a truly authentic, one-of-a-kind experience that reminds us there is no place else we would rather be.
Taos Ski Valley, Inc. is currently recruiting for opening management positions with our new hotel, The Blake at Taos Ski Valley, set to open December of 2016. Positions include:
Guest Services Manager
Executive Housekeeper
Wine & Tapas Manager
Reservations Manager
Administrative Positions
Spa Director
...and more!!
 Now is your opportunity to be a part of this new and exciting adventure. 
Apply online at http://www.skitaos.com/page/job-openings and come be a part of the Taos team!
Requirements (Education, Skills Experience):
We value…
Having Fun – Through fun and laughter we connect with each other and spread joy throughout our TSV family.
Being Helpful – We embrace challenges by working together, and are continuously aware of the needs existing in our guests and fellow employees in order to provide them with the best quality experience we can.
Being Respectful –We conduct ourselves with integrity and compassion recognizing that each person's unique attributes contribute to our success as a whole and with the understanding that being respectful helps bring out the best in everyone.
Communication – We continuously strive for open, honest, and effective communication in order to build trust in our relationships with our guests and fellow employees.
Being Healthy - We provide a clean and healthy work environment and strive to reduce work-related injuries both on and off the mountain.
Our Community – While keeping an eye to the future and honoring our history and traditions, we care and invest in each other and the environment that surrounds us with the understanding that we directly impact what lies ahead for all of us.
If you share these values and want to make your contribution to our mission, please apply so we can get to know you better.
Salary: DOE
Hours: 40+
Starting Date: 05/01/2016
Link to Application Page: http://www.skitaos.com/page/jobs
Closing Date (If less than 30 days):
Job Title: Summer of Service Corpsmember
Job Type: Full-Time
Description of Work:
Position Description: The Summer of Service Program 
(SOS) is an intensive, team-based, 12 week-long program.  The SOS Corpsmembers serve on conservation and environmental stewardship projects throughout the Denver metro area while engaging in meaningful education activities.  Corpsmembers have the choice to serve on either a Hand or Sawyer Crew.
Corpsmembers EARN:
• Biweekly Stipend: Earn a living stipend of $720.00 per pay period, every two weeks. This equates to $90 a day.  The first pay day will be June 3, 2016.
• AmeriCorps Education Award: Earn a scholarship of $1,515.55 upon successful completion of the term (450 hours of service). This award can be used to pay tuition or pay back qualifying student loans.   Individuals have 7 years to use the award.
Timeline:
This a temporary position, from May 17, 2016 – August 12, 2016.  (Later term option available for school conflicts, May 31, 2016 – August 19, 2016.)
• 450 hours of service in a 12 week commitment.
• 40 hour weeks, M-Th 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.  Required to serve Fri., June 3 from 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. due to holiday observed on Memorial Day (May 30), Fri., July 8 from 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. due to holiday observed on 4th of July (July 4) & required to serve: Fri. June 10, July 15 and August 12 from 8:00 a.m. – 12 p.m.
• There may be positions that require overnights.
Corpsmembers SERVE:
• On Land Conservation: Complete physically demanding conservation projects on public lands through the Denver metro area. Projects include trail construction and maintenance, fencing, campground improvements, noxious weed eradication, wildlife habitat improvements and public land maintenance and clean-up.
• Mile High Youth Corps: Provide logistics support including but not limited to building, vehicle and tool maintenance. Overnight crews may be responsible for additional camp chores and educational activities in the evening or morning.
Corpsmembers RECEIVE:
• Trainings: Tool training and hands-on technical training related to all projects.  Sawyer Corpsmembers will earn an S-212 chainsaw equivalency certification.
• Education: Lessons focused on environmental stewardship, leadership, civic engagement, college and career prep and other trainings that will prepare  for life after MHYC.
• Student Loan Forbearance: Possible through the National Service Trust on qualifying federal government student loans.
• Health Insurance:  May be eligible for health insurance the 1st of the month after serving with MHYC for sixty days.  Member share of health insurance premium is $80 per month.
Requirements (Education, Skills Experience):
Qualifications:
•  Must be between the ages of 18-24 and eligible for employment in the United States.
• High school or GED graduate or still enrolled.
• Must be eligible for enrollment in AmeriCorps as a US Citizen, National or Lawful Permanent Resident. Documentation will be required on the first day.
• Must be physically fit, able to lift 75 lbs., spend 8-10 hours a day in all weather conditions (e.g., sun, heat, wind, rain, etc.) and hike 7 miles with a day-pack.
• Able to be on time and maintain attendance throughout term of service, available for a minimum of 450 hours of service, 40 hours per week.
• Diligently follow Leave No Trace ethics.
• Must commit to complete the program and participate fully in service projects and educational activities.
• Must bring identification documents necessary to complete the I-9 and other forms on your first day. Examples of such documents are a passport or a driver’s license and birth certificate or other equivalent documents.
• Must be able to legally work in the United States, which will be verified via the federal E-Verify program.
• Experience or strong desire to learn the technical skills needed to effectively maintain public lands.
• Must be willing to work hard, actively participate as part of a team and be dedicated to the Youth Corps philosophy.
Requirements:
• Pre-service National Service Criminal History Check required. May be subject to FBI Background Check, which includes fingerprinting.
• Pre-service drug screen required. Drug testing may be required during term.
• Member must not engage in any prohibited activities as listed in the AmeriCorps Member Service Agreement and appropriately represent Mile High Youth Corps both in behavior and dress code.
• Fully comply with agency policies and procedures regarding high quality service, tool management, paperwork completion and data accuracy.
Salary: $720 bi-weekly
Hours: 40
Starting Date: May 17, 2016
Closing Date (If less than 30 days): May 17, 2016
Job Title: Lead Teacher
Job Type: Full-Time
Description of Work:
• Create fun and interactive learning experiences while serving as mentors to fellow Teachers.
• Are caring, compassionate and love what they do!
• Ensure the daily care of every child by following all licensing guidelines and implementing all company standards.
• Communicate directly with parents and prospective parents to achieve success for the child.
• Maintain a fun and interactive classroom that is clean and organized.
• Have countless advancement opportunities through our on-going training and expansive network of centers and brands.
• Are rewarded with hugs from children and praise from parents every day!
Requirements (Education, Skills Experience):
• 1-2 years' experience leading a classroom and creating educational lesson plans
• 1-2 years' experience working in a licensed childcare facility
•  CDA accepted; BA in Elem Ed, Special Ed, Child Psychology also accepted towards Lead Teacher qualfiications
• Impeccable references and a proven track record of caring and nurturing children to provide them with a great start to their educational careers
• The ability to meet state and/or accreditation requirements for education and experience
• Flexibility as to the hours and schedule of work
• Must be at least 18 years of age
Salary: Competitive Hourly Wages
Hours: Full or Part Time; Mon-Fri
Starting Date: Immediate Openings
Link to Application Page: 
Closing Date (If less than 30 days):
Job Title: Warehouse Workers - Fountain DC Hiring Event
Job Type: Seasonal
Description of Work:
HELP WANTED – Warehouse Hiring Event Tuesday and Wednesday, May 3rd and 4th12:00pm – 6:00p each day
Location:
Double Tree by Hilton, Colorado Springs CO
1775 East Cheyenne Mountain Blvd.
Colorado Springs, CO
719-576-8900
Advantage Logistics Fountain, an equal opportunity employer, is now taking applications for employees to temporarily replace workers who are currently striking at the Company's facility. Positions are available at the Company’s warehouse in Fountain, Colorado. We are seeking interested applicants for the following position and pay:
 Warehouse Worker  (full-time, temporary) $14.00/hour + opportunity to earn additional incentives Day shifts only, variable hours/days Start as early as Friday, May 6th
Requirements (Education, Skills Experience):
Applicants will be required to pass:  background check and drug test
Applications will be taken in person at:
Double Tree by Hilton, Colorado Springs CO
1775 East Cheyenne Mountain Blvd.
Colorado Springs, CO
719-576-8900
Expedite your registration at the Hiring Event and apply online at:  http://bit.ly/SVwarehouse
Salary: $14.00/hour
Hours: Day shift, variable hours/days
Starting Date: As early as May 6th
Link to Application Page: http://bit.ly/SVwarehouse
Closing Date (If less than 30 days): 5/6/16

 

Job Title:               Education Staffing and Training Manager
Department:          Education
Status:                   Full-time, Exempt
Reports To:           Senior Director of Education and Evaluation
The mission of the Children’s Museum of Denver at Marsico Campus is to create extraordinary experiences that champion the wonder and joy of childhood.
BASIC FUNCTION AND SUMMARY
The Education Staffing and Training Manager ensures a consistently positive and high quality guest experience by leading the Education team responsible for facilitating experiences on the Museum floor that are inspiring, curious, welcoming, playful, inventive, and expert in nature.
The Education Staffing and Training Manager oversees the hiring, training, and supervision of the department’s front line staff (Museum Associates), responsible for customer service, exhibit facilitation, and guest experience on the Museum floor. The Staffing and Training Manager is responsible for the daily scheduling and support of Museum Associates and for the scheduling and fulfillment of staffing requests related to special programs, workshops, special events and facility rentals. Additionally, the Education Staffing and Training Manager serves as “Manager on Duty” for the Museum when scheduled, and assumes the required management responsibilities.
Hours:  40 hours per week (Tuesday-Saturday), additional weekend and evening hours as needed
Salary Range: $34,000-$37,000 annually, full benefits
ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Supervision and Training (50%)
•Hire and train Museum Associate team members; hire, train, supervise and mentor the Floor Supervisor team (who directly manage Museum Associates). •Design and implement on-going professional development and training for Museum Associate team, Education Dept. staff and volunteers to develop team’s capacity to engage children and adults in joyful play and learning, to serve as ambassadors of the Museum’s mission and brand, and to facilitate developmentally appropriate Museum experiences.
•Ensure that policies related to the Museum Floor are followed by Museum Associates, analyze policy effectiveness, and propose changes when needed.
•Conduct regular formal and informal performance reviews of Floor Supervisors; support Floor Supervisors in conducting performance reviews of Museum Associates.
•With the other members of Education Department management team, lead weekly departmental staff meetings and provide on-going support and coaching for the Education Department staff.
•Collaborate with Museum HR department to develop and implement trainings across departments for front line staff.
Floor Interactions & Guest Experience (20%)
•Model welcoming, responsive, inclusive facilitation techniques on the floor. Model appropriate adult-child interactions and exemplary customer service with Museum guests.
•Lead Museum Associate and Floor Supervisor team in daily opening and closing procedures on the Museum floor; help lead daily morning staff rallies.
•Take shifts on the floor as needed; clean and reset exhibits throughout the day and help ensure a clean, safe Museum environment.
•Collaborate with the Volunteer Services Manager and Specialist to identify opportunities for volunteer involvement on the Museum floor and help train and support a corps of positive, engaged volunteers
Operations (10%)
•Support Education Floor Supervisors in their respective operational areas including: staff scheduling, training support, exhibit consumables, volunteers, public programs/events.
•Collaborate with Education Operations Coordinator, Facilities, Guest Services and Exhibits teams to maintain and communicate up-to-date information regarding safety and security as it relates to Museum floor and front-line staff.
Administrative (10%)
•Develop and manage labor budget for Museum Associate team including weekly tracking of hours. Develop and manage supply and training budgets.
•Develop job postings and job descriptions in collaboration with Department Director and Human Resources department. Submit administrative paperwork for employee hiring and termination to Human Resources accurately and in a timely way.
•Coordinate intra- and inter-departmental requests for staffing special events, programs, facility rentals outside of normal Museum hours. Develop processes and procedures for staffing requests and fulfillment. Communicate promptly and thoroughly regarding schedule requests/updates or suggestions
Manager on Duty (10%)
•Act as Manager on Duty (MOD) two to three days per week. MOD duties include but are not limited to checking in with all staff who work with guests, serving as their first call if they need support, and maintaining a safe environment for guests, volunteers, and staff
•Assist with training and mentoring of new Managers on Duty.
ABILITIES, SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE
•Educational philosophy aligned with Museum mission, vision and values.
•Ability to lead, develop and motivate a high-performing team while supporting the organization as a whole. Strong commitment to training, empowerment, and accountability.
•Flexible and energetic. Excellent problem solving skills.
•Proven ability to coordinate multiple tasks and manage time effectively
•Ability to handle emergency situations with professionalism and competence.
•Positive attitude in challenging situations
•Readiness to work evenings and weekends as needed
•Ability to load, unload and set up materials and equipment (up to 50 lbs). Able to stand for extended periods of time (up to 6 hours).
•Abide by all Museum policies and procedures. Wear appropriate attire and uniform when on duty.
CREDENTIALS/REQUIRED EXPERIENCE
•Bachelors’ degree in related field
•Minimum one year supervisory and leadership experience
•Minimum one year experience planning and facilitating training for adults
•Budget management experience
•Fluent English proficiency, strong writing and public speaking skills
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS
•2+ years supervisory and leadership experience
•Experience in early childhood education, nonformal education and/or family learning
•Spanish language proficiency
•Infant-Child First Aid and CPR certified
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
•Direct supervisor of three Floor Supervisors; oversight of entire Museum Associate team (30+ part-time employees)
•Support for volunteers
•Serve as Manager on Duty as assigned
WORK ENVIRONMENT
The noise level in the work environment is moderate to noisy.
TRAVEL  None expected
To apply, please submit a professional resumé, letter of interest and contact information for 3 professional references to Sarah Brenkert: SarahB@cmdenver.org by Monday, May 9, 2016. Position remains open until filled.
Please reference the name of the position you are seeking in your cover letter and email subject. No phone calls, faxes or drop-ins, please.

 

The Museum is a stimulating and team-oriented Non Profit environment. The Museum is committed to diversity and encourages all qualified candidates to apply.

 

 

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