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Summer jobs roundup


Summer is here with it comes all the fun and games, but remember to always keep your eyes on the latest job opportunities.

Grab a cold drink, sit outside, and take a look at some of the latest opportunities the city has to offer.

Habitat For Humanity

Site Supervisor: The Site Supervisor oversees and works directly with volunteers and home
buyer families to provide instruction while ensuring site safety and producing a positive Habitat site experience. This position will also manage the warranty program with existing homeowners, as well as work on educational builds alongside students and instructors.

Send resumes by June 16, 2017 to hr@habitatkent.org

Neighborhood Resident Development Manager: The NRDM is called to serve as Habitat Kent’s “ambassador” to the community and serves as the communications liaison between the selected neighborhood and HFHKC. The Manager will be responsible for overseeing and implementing resident-driven community planning processes and neighborhood outreach and engagement strategies to ensure that the voice of the community is heard and their potential maximized to create a real and long-term impact.

Send cover letter and resume by Friday, June 16, 2017 to hr@habitatkent.org

Corporate Relations Manager: The Corporate Relations Manager seeks to build transformational relationships with corporate and business partners to further the mission of Habitat Kent. This position is responsible for building on an existing donor-centered data-driven strategy to prospect, cultivate, solicit, and steward gifts from corporate and business partners.The Corporate Relations Manager works closely in collaboration with the Resource Development team, Volunteer Services, and Gift in Kind to ensure business and corporate partners are being engaged on many levels, that Habitat is sharing meaningful stories, authentically thanking those who support Habitat Kent’s mission, and reporting successes and challenges. Habitat Kent’s Resource Development team is focused on a collaborative, organization-wide approach to fundraising with integrity, creativity, and transparency guiding our decision making.

This is a full-time exempt position. Please send resume/cover letter by Friday, June 30, 2017 to hr@habitatkent.org.

Managing Director of Operations: The Managing Director of Operations at Habitat Kent is a newly created position within the organization. The Managing Director will provide key leadership and overall strategic and operational responsibility for four key departments that make up significant components of the affiliate’s operations (Construction, Volunteer Services, ReStore, and Material Recovery).

Send resume/cover letter by June 30, 2017 to hr@habitatkent.org

Cultural Intelligence Center

Client Services Coordinator: The Client Services Coordinator will provide informative, helpful customer service for all customers, and administrative and day-to-day support to the company’s corporate segment and certification programs.

City of Grand Rapids

Administrative Analyst I - Neighborhood Connector: This position is responsible for providing a variety of administrative support services to a department head or other administrative position. The work includes providing staff liaison to the various departmental divisions and programs, outside agencies, and the media. The work is performed under the general supervision of a department head or administrative position. The employees may supervise subordinate support staff.

Apply here

Administrative Analyst II - Legislative: This is advanced professional work providing a variety of administrative support services to the City Manager or Assistant City Manager and department heads. The work includes providing staff liaison to the various city departments and programs, outside agencies, and the media. The work is performed under the managerial direction of the City Manager or Assistant City Manager.

Apply here

Administrative Analyst II Sustainability: This is advanced professional work providing a variety of administrative support services to the City Manager or Assistant City Manager and department heads. The work includes providing staff liaison to the various city departments and programs, outside agencies, and the media. The work is performed under the managerial direction of the City Manager or Assistant City Manager.

Apply here

Keep your resumes updated, your interview skills sharp, and your game up!

Ken Miguel-Cipriano is Rapid Growth’s innovation and jobs editor. To reach Ken, you can email ken.miguel.cipriano@gmail.com or follow him on Twitter and Instagram.
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