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  • Location: Ann Arbor
    Job Type : Temporary
    Date: Friday, 21 July 2017
    Are you looking for a temporary part-time position that allows you to work independently and could lead to future opportunities? Are you bilingual in English and Spanish? Do you like speaking on the telephone? Can you commit to variable part-time hours including some evenings and weekends? You could be a perfect fit for this job!

    Manpower, Inc. of SE Michigan has partnered with the University of Michigan's Survey Research Center (SRC) to find eager and organized part-time telephone interviewers to work in a 61-station phone lab in Ann Arbor, MI.

    The SRC conducts some of the most widely cited and influential studies in the world. SRC telephone interviewers are an important part of the survey process and are responsible for accurate and thorough data collection. Interviewers communicate the reason for the call, answer questions about the projects, and seek to get individuals to participate in the studies. The data collected is about important topics like health, careers, confidence in the economy, family and friends in your social network, risk for suicide among teens and soldiers, and many others.

    Why you'll love working for us…
    * A chance to learn about social research working at an industry leader
    * Opportunities to work future studies based on your performance
    * Provide important, meaningful data for use in scientific research
    * U-M SRC is one of the most prominent and successful research organizations in America today

    What you'll get...
    * Paid training
    * A local job on campus with the convenient option of public transportation
    * Starting pay rate is $13.25 per hour. Upon bilingual certification provided by the Survey Research Center, English/Spanish bilingual interviewers are paid $15.25 per hour

    Are you able to...
    * Multitask - listen and type at the same time
    * Work 16 - 24 hours per week during the week and on weekends
    * Work until the end of a project (6 months - one year)
    * Self-motivate to get to work and achieve goals
    * Portray a professional demeanor at all times

    If so, we want to hear from you! Contact the Manpower office to apply today: 734-665-3757. Get a head start by creating an account at www.manpower.com and then give us a call!

    Know of others looking for work? Please share this post! You could earn a $50 referral bonus for each successful referral.

    The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
  • Location: San Francisco
    Job Type : Permanent
    Date: Thursday, 13 July 2017
    Compass Family Services- There are nearly 8,000 known homeless people living in San Francisco. 25% of them are in families with children.

    Bilingual Spanish Childcare Provider
    $DOE (part time)
    Deadline to apply: July 21st 2017

    * 12 ECE Units or relevant experience
    * Bilingual English & Spanish required
    * At least 2 years of experience working directly with infants/preschool age children
    * Understanding of issues facing homeless families, including children
    * Experience working with children with special needs
    * Understanding of confidentiality and proven record of handling sensitive issues appropriately
    * Ability to set appropriate limits and boundaries with families
    * Outstanding work habits: punctual, reliable, and cooperative
    * Ability to work independently and as part of a team
    * Must be able to lift a child of 30 lbs.
    * TB and fingerprint clearance (Department of Justice, FBI, Child Abuse Index)
    * Able to anticipate challenges and issues and respond quickly and appropriately
    * Demonstrated interpersonal skills in relating well with professionals and members from various sectors with socio-economically diverse backgrounds
    * Strong administrative skills and intermediate computer skills
    * Flexibility to work occasional evening hours for special events

    * Provide direct care and supervision of children while parents engage in classes, workshops and Open Computer Lab.
    * Assist new parents and children to feel comfortable and adjust to childcare.
    * Lead and support planned activities that stimulate children's curiosity and abilities.
    * Communicate to parents directly about child's care experience and any issues or concerns.
    * Change diapers as needed and help younger children with toileting.
    * Organize, store, and sanitize toys and materials.
    * Report any suspected child abuse and/or neglect, in keeping with responsibilities of Mandated Reporter.
    * Report and document any incident that occurs in childcare that impacts the safety and/or well-being of the child.
    * Seek assistance, when necessary, from staff or parents if child(ren) are struggling and/or support is needed for their care.
    * Organize activities or implement a curriculum that allows children to learn about the world and explore interests.
    * Watch for signs of emotional or developmental problems in children and bring problems to the attention of parents/case managers.
    * Document notes from daily child care activities.
    * Maintain inventory of child care supplies.
    * Cover front desk and track registration.
    * Assist in assembling orientation packets and maintaining files.
    * Help with classes and special events, including set-up/breakdown of space and other preparations.