Cool jobs, cool jobs, cool jobs. Jobs of fun and jobs of risk and jobs of high-flying adventure! This week we've got one position that more than covers the latter criterion, in the form of an opening for someone whose job it is to make sure all helicopters are up to spec before they go out for delivery (do they send those things with packing peanuts?). We've also dug up some interesting opportunities for database managers interested in the world of fundraising, and young ministers looking to get their foot in the vestibule.
Click through below to check out this week's Cool Jobs.
Cool Jobs: Helicopter Quality Technician
Base pay: $35.10 - 37.50/hr
Description: Organize Flight Line inspection and end customer documentation activities in accordance with delivery plan. Monitoring Status of several different models flight line activities and create reports. Participate in daily status meetings. Provide analysis of inspections being performed. Organize end customer documentation creation iaw delivery plan. Participate in customer deliveries as required. Re-write quality procedures and lead new projects.
Description: Installing walls, floors, ceilings, and roofs using materials such as: wood, steel, and metal. Fitting and installing window frames, doors, door frames, door hardware, interior and exterior trim using a carpenters level, plumb bob, and laser levels. Erecting scaffolding, ladders for assembling structures above ground levels. Studying specifications in blueprints, sketches, or building plans to prepare project layout and determine dimensions and materials required. Shaping or cutting materials to specified measurements, using hand tools, machines, or power saws. Following established safety rules and regulations and maintaining a safe and clean environment.
Description: The youth ministry of The Park Church seeks to empower a community of faith for children of all ages where the church comes alongside parents as primary disciplers of their children. Our goal is to equip parents to teach and train their children in the Word of God and to support such learning with creative, engaging, and relevant experiences through education, fellowship, worship, care, and missions. This role is designed to help meet the needs of parents and children from birth through high school, providing a firm foundation for a fruitful life in Christ. This position will report to the Executive Minister.
Description: Managers should have strong computer skills. Experience with electronic medical records is helpful. Must have strong written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills. They should be flexible as they may split time between two locations within a close proximity. Ensures patient satisfaction with every visit. Works directly with the dentist(s) to meet daily, weekly, monthly, yearly sales goals. Coordinate treatment plans dictated by the dentist and communicates them to the patients using a one-on-one, consultation approach. Communicates regularly with upper management daily.
Description: Ensure the Raiser's Edge database and process operations support the overall fundraising strategies of Institute on Aging. Maintain standard operating procedures for use of the database, across activities related to prospect management, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship. Maintain the structure of attributes, code tables, business rules, and setup functions. Maintain the integrity of the database through regular audits and cleansing. Process all gifts and data, and generate and manage timely gift acknowledgements.
Description: The position will be responsible for sales of company service lines in a designated territory with a strong emphasis on Environmental Remediation Services. Other organization service lines include Lab Pack Services, Transportation and Disposal of hazardous and non hazardous wastes and Emergency Response services.
Description: The Residential Service Technician is a troubleshooter and service expert who is responsible for alleviating concerns the customer may have regarding a security system. The Residential Service Technician advises customers and the customer care center of the status of systems and processes inspections. Locate and alleviate trouble with damaged equipment or wiring. Readjust equipment, repair or replace inoperative equipment and test for operation. Read blueprints, building and electrical plans in order to complete equipment repairs. Prepare trouble order forms to report temporary repairs. Coordinate inspections and/or installations with police, fire departments, or other appropriate agencies.
Description: Performs functions of the recycling operations, including emptying recycling bins, sorting contents by category, and making daily pick-ups of cardboard and other recyclable items. Communicates with campus constituents to identify needs and determine timeline; prioritizes work orders to ensure campus needs are met in an effective and timely manner. Coordinates office moves. Transports furniture to and from offices and residence halls. Disassembles and assembles desks and furniture. Transports refuse using special purpose vehicle with lift gate and equipment to the refuse compactor. Operates the industrial refuse compactor. Delivers recyclable items to vendors. Makes various pick-ups off campus.