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IKEA National Hiring Event
TODAY, Thursday, November 9, 2017
2-8 pm for full-time and part-time positions.
 
Applicants must apply online first, then go to the store for a walk-in interview.
 
Applicants can apply online to Memphis jobs by going to https://seeacareerwithus.com/career-areas/hiring-event/ 
 
Available positions will vary by location. At our Memphis location we’re hiring for:
 
Sales Coworker
Customer Service Coworker
Food Service Coworker
Pricing and Merchandising Coworker
Logistics Warehouse Coworker
Furniture Quality and Assurance Coworker
 
After applying online, visit IKEA Memphis TN on Thursday, November 9th from 2—8 pm for your walk-in interview. Location: IKEA Restaurant, 7900 IKEA Way, Cordova, TN 38016
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Reginas Cajun Kitchen is hiring! Open interviews today (09/28/17), from 10 am until 5 pm. 60 N. Main St. All restaurant crew positions.

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PAID INTERNSHIPS W/ Urban Art Commission (2 available).
 
Position #1: Communications Database Intern (3 months, 8-10 hours/wk) Pay: $10/hr
 
This position is responsible for updating UAC’s contact database, helping to improve efficiency of organizational communications with UAC artists and supporters. The Database Intern will also work closely with the Program Coordinator to digitize paper files during UAC’s office relocation.
 
To apply, please send a brief letter of interest (including your weekday availability) and resume (not to exceed 1 page) with the subject line “Communications Database Intern” to: HR@urbanartcommission.org.
 
 
Position #2: Project Database Intern (6 months, 8-10 hours/wk) Pay: $10/hr
 
This position is responsible for assessing and updating UAC’s database of completed projects, including the Moveable Collection. The Database Intern will work closely with the Program Coordinator and Project Management team to compile project information in a consistent format that can be referenced as a resource both internally and externally.
 
To apply, please send a brief letter of interest (including your weekday availability) and resume (not to exceed 1 page) with the subject line “Project Database Intern” to: HR@urbanartcommission.org.

United Ground Express Airlines will be at the Memphis International Airport conducting interviews for Ramp AND Customer Service Agents on Thursday, 9/14/17, from 12-6:30 pm. Contact (email) jared.bowersock@unitedgroundexpress.com to schedule an interview.

Knowledge Tree is HIRING experienced Store Managers at multiple store locations. Applicants should have 1-2 years experience in retail store management. They should be customer service oriented, able to engage positively with customers and coworkers, willing to build knowledge of the product, and create a positive experience in the store. This position requires applicants to maintain store budget, set sales goals, and reaching out to local schools. If you or someone you know is interested in this position please Contact Kace Lykins for more information:
 
Email resumes and cover letters, along with any questions, to
klykins@theknowledgetree.com

Shelby County Mayor’s Fight Blight Team

Shelby County Government and other municipalities spend thousands of dollars each month to address roadside litter.  In response to that, the County Mayor’s Fight Blight Team will be working in some of the hardest hit communities this summer.

“I am hiring 100 individuals to work in key areas of Shelby County where litter is a constant problem.  Supervisors will also be hired to oversee the work teams.  Our program will help beautify our community and assist young people and others who need a job this summer,” said Shelby County Mayor Mark H. Luttrell, Jr.

Quick Facts about the County Mayor’s Fight Blight Team:

  • June 5th – July 28th, 8 a.m. – 2 p.m., Monday through Friday
  • Youth, 14-24 years-old, $9 per hour
  • Supervisors,  21-years-old (minimum), $12 per hour
  • Lunch and work team supplies will be provided

The work teams will fan out across the county to pick up roadside litter and conduct neighborhood beautification projects.  The non-profit organization Clean Memphis will assist with coordinating the cleanup efforts.  “We’re pleased to work alongside of Mayor Luttrell in this initiative to address the growing problem of litter.  It will also remind young people how easily trash damages the image of our community,” said Janet Boscarino, Executive Director of Clean Memphis.

The kickoff event for the blight team workers and supervisors is June 5th at the Benjamin Hooks Library at 3030 Poplar Avenue, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.  Applications for the County Mayor’s Fight Blight Team are only taken online.  Go to www.shelbycountytn.gov and look for the heading County Mayor’s Fight Blight Team.

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