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Position/Title:

PNNL Summer Internship

Location:

Richland, Washington

About:

If you are an undergraduate or graduate student with an interest in solving complex environmental challenges, this is a great internship for you! During your 8-12-week summer, paid internship, you’ll gain hands-on experience while being mentored by a leading expert. Your work will align with one of our core capabilities at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory n Environmental Management, Environmental Remediation, and Waste Processing, which include:

  • Chemical and molecular sciences
  • Chemical engineering
  • Biological systems science
  • Climate change science
  • Environmental subsurface science
  • Applied materials science and engineering
  • Applied nuclear science and technology
  • Advanced computer science, visualization, and data
  • Systems engineering and integration
  • Large-scale user facilities/advanced instrumentation
  • Subsurface modeling and imaging

Through the Minority Serving Institutions Partnership Program (MSIPP) with the Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Environmental Management (EM), PNNL is helping build a diverse future workforce in environmental remediation and cleanup. As you grow in your research expertise and develop your network with some of the world’s top environmental experts, you’ll also discover exciting career options to you at PNNL and other national laboratories across the nation.

Not sure if the institution you attend qualifies you for this opportunity? Send us a note and we’ll be happy to confirm!

PNNL is looking for driven and enthusiastic students to join our team. Our internships give you the opportunity to tackle challenging and unique problems while receiving invaluable mentorship from the nation’s leading environmental experts.

 

PNNL Internship Experience: Elevating your Career:

As a PNNL intern, you’ll not only have the opportunity to be mentored by a leading expert in their field and to participate in hands-on research, we’ll also help you prepare to launch your future science, engineering, technology, and math (STEM) career. Through our comprehensive internship experience, we provide you with professional development opportunities, networking, and career preparation to elevate your future in STEM. Our enhanced model and method for delivering an internship embraces our core values of collaboration, courage, integrity, and creativity. You’ll stay connected to PNNL, fellow interns, and your mentors via the following activities:

  • Comprehensive onboarding, including new-hire meet and greets;
  • Enrichment activities, including games, coffee breaks, and monthly mingles;
  • Seminars and discussions with mentors; and
  • E-newsletters with professional articles and tips.

As one of 17 national laboratories and one of the largest STEM employers in the Pacific Northwest, PNNL is dedicated to training the next generation of scientists and furthering DOE’s mission in science education and diverse workforce development. Competitive internship opportunities like this are the one way we satisfy that goal. Many students return for multiple internships and successfully apply for full-time positions after their college graduation.

EM and MSIPP:

MSIPP promotes the education and development of the next generation workforce in STEM related disciplines that compliment current and future missions of EM to address the nation’s Cold War environmental legacy resulting from five decades of nuclear weapons production and government-sponsored nuclear activity.

EM recognizes that successfully completing it’s legacy environmental cleanup mission requires maintaining a highly-trained, technically skilled, and diverse workforce. Minority representation in critical science and engineering fields is an important part of EM’s vision for this future workforce.

Key Program Dates & Information:

Applications typically open during the fall (October/November) for placement that begins the following summer, typically in June. Visit PNNL’s careers page to learn more and see the current MSIPP-EM internship postings.

Applying for an Internship:

Gather your resume or CV, unofficial transcript for all current and past degrees, and then upload them as additional PDF files. Be sure to complete all parts of the application. If any of the required documents are missing, your application will not be reviewed.

Electronic applications are accepted until 11:59:59 p.m. (PT) on the closing date indicated on the job posting.

Additional Details:

Apply here: https://careers.pnnl.gov/jobs?keywords=MSIPP

Contact:

Marisela Linares-Mendoza

Senior STEN Ed Consultant

marisela.linares-mendoza@pnnl.gov

(509)371-7645

APPLY HERE: https://www.usajobs.gov/Search/Results?k=%20Student%20Trainee&p=3

Position/Title:

Student Trainee (Natural Resources Management and Biological Sciences)

Hiring Department:

USDA Forest Service

Location:

Various Locations

Pay:

Salary, $33,906-$37,696 per year.

Duties:

  • Duties listed are the highest-grade level being advertised.
  • Receives training in the principles, concepts, work processes, and regulations of one or more functional areas of Natural Resources Management and Biological Sciences.
  • Work assignments are usually clear-cut and designed to provide excellent experience in a variety of activities.
  • On a scheduled basis, following the Pathways Participant Agreement, receives assignments in various Natural Resources Management and Biological Services functions to gain an understanding of the various program concepts and operations.
  • Develop an understanding of the total mission as well as organizational/functional interrelationships.
  • Develop a foundation for more specialized application of knowledge gained from on-the-job training assignments.
  • Received formal and on-the-job training in OPM, Department of Agriculture and Forest Service policies, rules, regulations, and procedures.
  • Is instructed on the use of personal computers, and file and data management.

Requirements:

Conditions of Employment

  • Must be at least 16 years of age and meet education requirements.
  • Must be suitable for Federal employment as determined by a background investigation.
  • Per Public Law 104-134 all Federal employees are required to have federal payments made by direct deposit to a financial institution of their choosing.
  • Successfully pass the E-Verify employment verification check. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, visit dhs.gov/E-Verifiy/.
  • The incumbents of Internship positions may be reassigned/relocated to any geographical location where the employee’s services are needed as determined by management. Mobility agreement may be required.
  • Males born after 12/31/59 must be registered for Selective Service.
  • A signed participant agreement is required for employment under Pathways.
  • Maintain Pathways program eligibility for the duration of the appointment.
  • Must be in good academic standing as defined by the educational institution.
  • Must be enrolled at least half-time in an educational institution seeking a degree or certificate.
  • Positions filled from this announcement may be bargaining or non-bargaining unit positions represented by either NEFE, AFGE, or NAGE.
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen or national at the time of the non-competitive conversion to a term or permanent position in the competitive service.
  • May be required to successfully complete a probationary/trial period.
  • The candidate’s academic and career goals must be related to the position that they are appointed to.
  • Complete at least 640 hours of work experience prior to graduation.

Qualifications:

You are required to meet the eligibility requirements of the Internship program, as described below in order to be considered for this position. You must meet all qualifications and eligibility requirements by the closing date of the announcement. For more information on the qualifications for this position, go to:  https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/classification-qualifications/general-schedule-qualification-standards/#url=Group-Standards.

Applicants must meet Pathways Intern Program Eligibility Requirements as shown below by the closing date of the announcement. Spring 2023 graduates will be required to provide proof of continued enrollment in the form of transcripts, acceptance letter or other appropriate documentation for Summer 2023 or Fall 2023 at the time of tentative selection. If no proof of continued enrollment is provided at that time, you will no longer be eligible for this internship.

  • You must meet the definition of a student that is, be currently enrolled or accepted for enrollment in an accredited technical or vocational school, two-year or four-year college or university, graduate or professional school. You must be taking at least half-time academic course load leading to a degree certificate. A certificate program is defined as a post-secondary education, in a qualifying educational institution, equivalent to at least one academic year of full-time study that is part of an accredited college-level, technical, trade, vocational, or business school curriculum.
  • Applicants must be seeking a degree (diploma, certificate, etc.) and be in good academic standing (GPA of 2.0 or equivalent) to qualify for the intern program and to stay throughout the duration of their inter program and to stay throughout the duration of their intern program. If your school uses an alternate grading system, you must submit proof and explanation of the grading system with your application or you will not be considered for this position.
  • Position Qualifications: Applicants must meet position qualifications requirements as shown below at the time of appointment. Entrance on duty dates for appointment may be made as early as Spring of 2023. The agency must be able to verify that the education was completed successfully before the applicant can be appointed.

Your application and resume must clearly show that you possess the experience requirements. Transcripts must be provided. Provide course descriptions as necessary.

Basic Requirement:

The minimum qualification requirements for each grade level of this vacancy announcement are described below:

Note: One full academic year of undergraduate; graduate; vocational; trades; technical or high school is the number of credit hours by the college, university or school to represent one year of full-time study.

  • For GS-01: Completion of one full academic year of post-high school study
  • For GS-04: Completion of an associate’s degree or 2 academic years of post-high school study
  • For GS-05: Completion of a bachelor’s degree or equivalent degree

These positions may be converted to any position with a Full Performance Level not to exceed GS-09. Conversion to a position with a full performance level of GS-09 is not guaranteed, you may or may not be offered conversion.

Education:

Education completed in foreign colleges and universities may be used if it has been accredited or evaluated by an organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. All academic degrees or course work must be completed in an educational institution that has obtained accreditation from an accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. For a list of schools that meet this criteria, see http://www.ed.gov/.

Transcripts: You must submit a copy of your college transcript or high school diploma/GED certificate as proof that you meet the educational requirements for the grade to which you are applying. You may submit unofficial copies of transcripts at the initial phase of the application process; however, if selected, you will be required to submit official transcripts prior to entrance-on-duty. See “Required Documents” section for more details.

For information on the duties of the position, please contact sm.fs.pathways@usda.gov

Selecting the “Location Negotiable after Selection” option in addition to selecting your preferred specific duty locations, implies your willingness to accept positions to alternative duty locations that may or may not have been indicated in this announcement. Selecting this duty location option may increase your chances of receiving an offer.

Additional Information:

The applicant should expect that these are all primarily field going positions, with a significant amount of physically challenging field work in natural resource settings. This could involve use of Forest Service vehicles, tools, and Personal Protective Equipment; hiking, exposure to weather extremes and wildlife, and in some cases, working extended hours or shifts, evening work and/or spending some nights at remote locations. These are developmental positions. Some require the appointee to sign a mobility agreement, requiring relocation after the initial developmental period.

Daycare Availability: Forest Service daycare facilities are not available.

Government housing: May be available.

Salary wage as shown for GS-3 and GS-4 is based on this Special Salary Table Salary wage for GS-5 is for Rest of US. For more information on locality rates refer to the Office of Personnel Management, Salary and Wages web page.

This is an Excepted Service appointment. This announcement will be used to fill full-time or part-time temporary summer student internship positions with work that is short-term, of a project-oriented nature, or of similarly limited duration. An extension of the appointment may be possible without further competition when the student intern remains eligible for the program. The appointment may also end early due to lack of work or funds.

Promotion Potential: If you are selected for a position with further promotion potential, you will be placed under a career development plan and may be non-competitively promoted if you successfully complete the requirements and if recommended by management. However, promotion is neither implied nor guaranteed.

Training/IDP: This position requires 40 hours of formal, interactive training. An Individual Development Plan (IDP) must be completed and approved by the supervisor within 45 days of appointment.

Student Interns must continue to meet the Pathways Program requirements throughout the duration of the appointment. Incumbents will be required to provide proof of continued enrollment and good standing (cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale) each semester or grading period throughout the internship program. Failure to do so may result in termination of the appointment.

Program Requirements: Pathways Interns NTE may be converted to a term, career-conditional or career appointment before expiration of the original NTE appointment if that date is within 120 days of the completion of degree requirements provided all other requirements for conversion have been met; however, conversion is not guaranteed. To be eligible for conversion, the Intern must meet the following:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen at the time of non-competitive conversion to a term or permanent position.
  • Complete at least 640 hours of work experience acquired through the Internship program prior to graduation.
  • Complete a degree or certificate program from a qualifying educational institution.
  • Receive a favorable recommendation by supervisor.
  • Meet the OPM Qualification Standards for the position to which the Intern may be converted. Conversion is not guaranteed and is based on the needs of the agency.
  • Meet any agency specific requirements as outlined in the Participant Agreement.
  • Perform the job successfully

 

How You Will Be Evaluated:

You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.

You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.

For GS-03 or GS-04: Please note, these positions are targeted toward students in the beginning of their undergraduate/certificate education.

For GS-05: Please note, these positions are targeted toward students in the beginning of their graduate education.

Spring 2023 graduates will be required to provide proof of continued enrollment for Fall 2023. If no proof of continued enrollment is provided, you will be deemed ineligible for an internship.

Spring 2023 graduates will be required to provide proof of continued enrollment for Fall 2023. If no proof of continued enrollment is provided, you will be deemed ineligible for an internship.

Applicants must meet position qualifications requirements as shown below at the time of appointment. Entrance on duty dates for appointment may be made as early as Spring of 2023. The agency must be able to verify that the education was completed successfully before the applicant can be appointed. The tour of duty is full-time and may be filled at the GS-03, GS-04, GS-05 grade level. Conversion series and full performance of the position will be determined at time of job offer.

Before you submit an application for any of our vacancies, you should completely review the announcement and requirements. You should only apply for positions if you meet the required minimum qualifications AND program requirements described in the announcement. Do not apply to a duty location if you are not willing to accept or travel to that location. If you have reviewed the announcement and believe that you meet both the minimum qualifications and the program requirements, you should document your experience and education in your resume. Since traditional resumes do not provide all the information needed to determine your status, you should create a more detailed resume to use when applying to Federal positions.

If you have reviewed the announcement and believe that you meet both the minimum qualifications and the program requirements, you should document your experience and education in your resume. Since traditional resumes do not provide all the information needed to determine your status, you should create a more detailed resume to use when applying to Federal positions.

To view the application form, visit: https://apply.usastaffing.gov/ViewQuestionnaire/11738268

Required Documents:

Insert C The following documents must be submitted for your application package to be considered complete. It is your responsibility to ensure all required documents are received within the required timeframes. Our office cannot be responsible for incompatible software, illegible fax transmissions, delays in the mail service, system failure or downtime, etc. Failure to submit required, legible documents may result in loss of consideration.1. Cover letter – optional (one page maximum)2. Resume that includes the following information: 1) job information for which you are applying; 2) contact information; 3) education; 4) work experience including the work schedule and hours worked per week as well as dates of employment; and title, series and grade, if applicable; 5) supervisors phone number and e-mail address for each work period listed and whether or not we may contact them for reference checks; 6) References; 7) other qualifications; and 8) graduation date (actual or anticipated).3. College Transcripts – An unofficial copy is sufficient; however, if selected, an official transcript will be required prior to entering on duty. Transcripts, both unofficial and official, MUST include the student’s full name, name of the school, current GPA/academic standing, past and current coursework, and degree program. If your school does not provide transcripts or the transcript does not provide all the necessary information listed above, you should include additional academic documentation from the school that meets the requirements above. This additional documentation may include a letter from the school’s registrar’s office or official enrollment verification. Education must have been successfully completed and obtained from an accredited school, college, or university. Foreign education must be evaluated by an approved organization. For additional information, refer to the U.S. Department of Education web site at http://www.ed.gov. All transcripts must be in English or include English translation.4. Acceptance letter – If you have recently graduated or are expected to graduate in the current or next term you must also include an official acceptance letter along with your transcripts to verify you are continuing your education.5. If claiming veteran’s preference, you must submit a DD-214, Certificate of Release from Active Duty, which shows dates of service and discharge under honorable conditions. If currently on active duty, you must submit a certification of expected discharge or release from active duty service under honorable conditions not later than 120 days after the date the certification is submitted. Veteran’s preference must be verified prior to appointment. Without this documentation, you will not receive veteran’s preference and your application will be evaluated based on the material(s) submitted .If claiming 10-point veteran’s preference you must provide a Certificate of Release or Discharge of Active Duty (DD-214), which shows the dates of service and discharge under honorable conditions or certification requirements (see information above), plus the proof of entitlement of this preference as listed on the SF-15 Application for 10-point Veterans’ Preference. The SF-15 should be included but is not required. Failure to submit these documents could result in the determination that there is insufficient documentation to support your claim for 10-point preference. For more information on veterans’ preference see http://www.fedshirevets.gov/job/vetpref/NOTE: You may update your application package for an open announcement. Log in to your USAJOBS account. Follow the USAJOBS prompts to navigate to your application package. If you have added or replaced a document(s), you must click on the Documents link at the top of the page then choose the document(s) from the Available Documents drop-down list.

How to Apply:

For tips on how to apply and how you will be evaluated, please see the Agency Contact Information listed below.

Please read the entire announcement and all instructions before you begin. You must complete this application process and submit all required documents electronically by 11:59p.m. Eastern Time (ET) on the closing date of this announcement.

Applying online is highly encouraged. We are available to assist you during business hours (normally 8:00a.m. – 4:00p.m., Monday – Friday). If applying online poses a hardship, contact the Agency Contact listed below well before the closing date for an alternate method. All hardship application packages must be returned to Human Resources no later than noon ET on the closing date of the announcement in order to be entered into the system prior to its closing.

This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities on a case-by-case basis; contact the Agency Contact to request this.

To begin, in USAJOBS click “Apply Online” and follow the instructions to complete the Assessment Questionnaire and attach your resume and all required documents.

Note: You must indicate by your responses to the questionnaire, all categories of eligibilities for which you would like to be considered. You will only be considered for the eligibilities that you select.

Contact:

HRM Contact Center

Phone: 1-877-372-7248 X2

Email: HRM_Contact_Center@usda.gov

Position/Title:

NCAR Earth System Science Internship

Location:

Boulder, Colorado

About:

The NCAR Earth System Science Internship (NESSI), hosted by NCAR Education, Engagement & Early-Career Development (EdEC), offers students interested in the Earth system sciences an opportunity to conduct research with NCAR scientists from across all labs on a wide range of topics including but not limited to atmospheric science, computational science, engineering, and solar & space physics. Our Program is designed to support and promote Earth system science through research, mentoring, and community building.

Benefits:

  • Paid competitive hourly wage
  • Housing at CU’s Bear Creek apartments shared with up to three other participants
  • Professional development workshops during the summer and opportunities for funding as an alum
  • Networking opportunities with professionals and other interns.

Covid-19 Vaccination Requirements:

All contingent workers (V2 visitors, V3 visitors, and students) must be fully vaccinated before coming onsite to any UCAR-managed facility.

Summer Expectations:

  • Attend technical seminars
  • Attend skill-enhancing workshops
  • Give an oral presentation of results
  • Create a scientific poster and present at poster session

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Ability to work with a diverse group of peers
  • Skill in the use of software for communication purposes (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email)
  • Ability and willingness to learn and use scientific computing tools and programs
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Basic problem-solving skills
  • Ability to analyze data and draw conclusions
  • Potential to excel in a scientific career
  • Basic knowledge of mathematics, computer science or engineering – through coursework
  • Ability to interact with mentors & peers in a manner to support collaboration and inquiry
  • Ability and willingness to work within guidelines and policies of organization and assigned work groups

Steps for Applying:

  • Review eligibility and academic standing requirements listed above.
  • Get an unofficial transcript from your college or university. You can likely download a free copy from your school’s Student Portal.
  • Graduate students should include both their undergraduate and graduate transcript
  • Update your resume/CV
  • Write a not-to-exceed one-page cover letter clearly describing eachof the following:
  • Describe why you are interested in an internship at NCAR.
  • Explain how this program addresses your educational and career goals and what you expect to gain if selected.
  • Share how your personal background allows you to make unique contributions to the program (i.e. social, cultural, familial, economic, educational, etc.).
  • In at least 200 words, describe how your past actions and future plans encourage and contribute to diverse and inclusive work environments within your community or university/college.
  • References (we will only ask for recommendation letters from your references if needed)
  • ASK EARLY!
  • Reach out to 2 people who can speak to your academic work and/or work ethic, and ask if they are willing to serve as references.
  • Academic related references preferred.
  • When you have identified 2 references, submit your reference’s contact info here.
  • *TIP* you can (and should) complete this step before you submit your application
  • Prepare your application packet(s).
  • Combine your cover letter, resume/CV, and transcripts into 1 PDF document
  • Name the PDF “LastName_FirstName”
  • Apply through Workday
  • Application – This link is the same for all 2023 undergraduate and graduate student NESSI Internships applications.
  • *TIP* When uploading your initial resume/CV, the system will scan your resume and autofill prior job information.  You only need to have 1 prior job information so save time by removing all of your extra positions.  In the system, you MUST have at least one prior job.
  • *TIP* Desired Salary: We have a TBD hourly salary for interns which is not open to negotiation.  You can put “N/A.”

 Additional Details

Please click here to see eligibility requirements for undergraduates and graduates.

NESSI seeks to involve students from groups that are historically underrepresented in the sciences, including Black or African-American, American Indian or Alaska Native, Hispanic or Latino, female, first-generation college students, veterans, LGBTQ+ students, and students with disabilities.

Applications for the 2023 Summer Internship are now open. Deadline to apply February 12, 2023. Find more details on the FAQ page.

Contact:

Have questions or looking for more information? Contact NESSI program staff.

Position/Title:

GL-09 Criminal Investigator

Hiring Department:

United State Customs and Border Protection

Location:

Texas: Alpine, Brownsville, El Paso, Laredo, McAllen, Del Rio

Required Qualifications:

The candidate must be a US citizen, successfully pass a background investigation and

  • Completed, within the previous two years by 01/31/2023, a qualifying associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, professional, doctorate, vocational or technical degree or certificate from a qualifying educational institution; or
  • Will complete a qualifying associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, professional, doctorate, vocational or technical degree or certificate from a qualifying educational institution by June 30, 2023; or
  • Is a veteran who was unable to apply within two years of receiving your degree due to military service obligation, you have as long as six years after degree completion to apply.

Basic Eligibility Requirements:

  • Be a U.S. Citizen
  • Have a valid driver’s license
  • Be referred for selection prior to your 37th birthday (waiver for veterans’ preference eligible or those that have previously served in a federal civilian law enforcement position)
  • Have resided in the U.S. for at least three of the last five years (Residency Requirement Exceptions)
  • Be eligible to carry a firearm
  • Sign a mobility agreement
  • Meet the established medical standards and/or physical requirements for the position
  • Have successfully completed or be willing to attend an 11-week Criminal Investigator Training Program
  • Pass the application process

Job Responsibilities:

  • Under supervision, the incumbent is responsible for the coordination and completion of complex and sensitive criminal, civil, and administrative investigations involving alleged misconduct, criminal activity, and/or corruption by CBP employees and related entities.
  • Conducting proactive and/or reactive criminal investigations involving CBP employees and related entities suspected of crimes affecting the business of CBP including but not limited to extortion, collusion, conspiracy, forgery, bribery, embezzlement, theft, and fraud.
  • Gathering and analyzing vital information, facts, evidence, and intelligence from a variety of sources including open sources, law enforcement databases, confidential informants, and interviews and interrogations of suspects and witnesses.
  • Preparing investigative reports and presentations of CBP use of force, lethal, and non-lethal incidents.

Additional Details

Applicants must submit a copy of their transcripts showing the type of degree received and the date that the degree was received. In addition, if the applicant is a veteran who was unable to apply within two years of receiving their degree due to military service obligation, applicant must provide a copy of their DD-214 or a written statement from the Armed Forces certifying dates of service and rank, expected type of discharge and anticipated date of separation.\

Effective immediately, CBP is offering recruitment incentives to up to $30,000 for OPR Special Agent applicants who enter on duty and meet the requirements of the incentive.

Who is Customs and Border Protection Office of Professional Responsibility (CBP OPR)?

CBP defends the American people, safeguards our borders, and enhances the nation’s economic prosperity. The OPR conducts thorough, impartial, and timely investigations into allegations of criminal and serious misconduct on the part of CBP employees and contractors in support of the overall mission to safeguard and promote the integrity and security of the CBP workforce. The OPR meets this mission by ensuring accountability across CBP, building strong partnerships, and is guided by the following principles – Professionalism, Accountability, and Integrity.

Contact:

Questions? Please contact us at OPRecruiting@cbp.dhs.gov.

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Apply here: https://www.usajobs.gov/job/700682100

Position/Title:

Technical Trades Crew Member

Location:

McDonald Observatory

Pay:

Salary, $50,000 + depending on qualifications and experience.

Required Qualifications:

Diploma (High School) or GED. Three years of experience in leadership functions in the field of facility maintenance trade or related field and regularly performs the work typical of the craft of the other employees in the workgroup. Must possess effective verbal and written communication, and interpersonal communications skills. Demonstrates service excellence including professionalism in all work and public interactions. Excellent organizational skills, accuracy, and attention to detail. Ability to be adaptable, work independently, take initiative, and participate as an integral member of a team. Strong computer literacy skills. Ability to problem-solve and troubleshoot complex mechanical systems. Relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.

Preferred Qualifications:

Five years of supervisory experience in the commercial, institutional, construction, or facility maintenance field. Ten years of experience in construction/facility multi-crafted maintenance trades including HVAC, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, appliance repair, refrigeration, or controls as related to the job functions listed. State license for plumbing, electrical, or HVAC.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Operations and Performance: Performs maintenance work typical of the craft and or job classification of those workers in the group. Supports repair, maintenance, troubleshooting, and upgrading projects involving HVAC, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, and hydraulics.
  • Leadership: Leads and gives directions to skilled workers and helpers in the work crew. Motivates workers to meet production and quality standards. Assist workers in solving work-related problems at the job site.
  • Administration and Compliance: Records information such as time job data. Orders job-related materials as needed by the work crew and enters the invoice data into purchasing database. Organizes and maintains preventative maintenance-related information and recording systems programs. Drives a UT vehicle.
  • Project Status and Assignments: Reports and coordinates project status to Physical Plant management. Responsible for relaying instructions, scheduling, and assigning work in the absence of the utility crew leader, assistant manager, or manager.
  • Essential Employee and Additional Tasks: Emergency service duties as assigned including fire department participation, response, training, and related activities. Performs additional tasks as assigned to meet business needs.

Additional Details

The McDonald Observatory is a major astronomical research observatory located 16 miles from Fort Davis, Texas (440 miles away from the UT Austin campus). This position is located at McDonald Observatory and reports to the Assistant Physical Plant Manager and works closely with the other crew leaders and the Physical Plant Manager. This position may include variable scheduling with some holiday rotation. Residence in the Observatory’s residential community may be available. The position is considered an essential employee for emergency or critical response.

Driving Required

This job requires a class “C” operator’s driver’s license. The applicant selected must provide a current three-year driving record from the current state of residence. If not currently a Texas resident, a Texas driver’s license must be obtained within 30 days of becoming a Texas resident.

Contact:

Apply here: https://utaustin.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UTstaff

Position/Title:

Mechanic/Technician (Utilities)

Location:

McDonald Observatory

Pay:

Salary: $41,000 + depending on qualifications and experience

Required Qualifications:

High school diploma or GED. Five years of experience in commercial and/or residential electrical and HVAC systems, and maintenance and repair of vehicles or facilities and equipment. Three years experience in facilities/residential electrical and HVAC, general construction, welding, or machine shop fabrication. Good organization, planning, and problem-solving skills. Strong communication skills about project updates and workload to supervisors and team. Assists in assuming the responsibility for the facilities at the observatory, including managing time efficiently, supporting other workers, demonstrating attention to detail, and exhibiting a professional demeanor. Relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.

Preferred Qualifications:

Journeyman’s license in electrical. Significant experience in the installation and troubleshooting of electrical systems, installation, troubleshooting, and repair of HVAC systems. Experience in troubleshooting and repairing elevators and other hydraulic lift systems.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide skilled work with HVAC and electrical systems in commercial and residential structures. Perform maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting of residential, commercial, and telescope structures related to mechanical, electrical, HVAC, and hydraulic systems.
  • Support projects involving plumbing, electrical, and residential repairs and upgrades. Operate various types of equipment including tractor, backhoe, and forklift. Assist with welding, machining, and fabrication of aluminum metal parts and assemblies. Utilizing a metal lathe, milling machine, and drill press. Ability to interpret three-dimension assemblies from two-dimension drawings. Maintain logs and records on equipment. Informs supervisor of conditions.
  • Assists with carpentry and general residential maintenance including (but not limited to) concrete work, structure repairs, drywall, painting, appliance servicing, and plumbing repairs. Perform preventive maintenance tasks as required on telescope domes and physical plant equipment.
  • Help co-workers as necessary with various disciplines in a team-oriented environment.
  • Perform emergency service duties as assigned including Emergency Response Team training and related activities.
  • Perform additional tasks as assigned. Drives UT vehicle. Maintains professionalism in interaction with the public and fellow workers, as well as in appearance according to UT policy. Wears protective safety equipment and follows safety procedures.

Additional Details

The McDonald Observatory is a major astronomical research observatory located 16 miles from Fort Davis, Texas (440 miles away from The University of Texas at Austin campus). This position is located at McDonald Observatory. This position reports to the Technical Trades Crew Leader and the Assistant Physical Plant Manager as required. The position includes variable scheduling with some holiday rotation. Residence in the Observatory’s residential community may be available. The position is considered an essential employee for emergency or critical response.

Contact:

Apply: https://utaustin.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UTstaff

Position/Title:

Mechanic/Technician

Location:

McDonald Observatory

Pay:

Salary: $41,000 + depending on qualifications and experience

Required Qualifications:

High school diploma or GED. Five years of experience in commercial and/or residential electrical and HVAC systems, and maintenance and repair of vehicles or facilities and equipment. Three years experience in facilities/residential electrical and HVAC, general construction, welding, or machine shop fabrication. Good organization, planning, and problem-solving skills. Strong communication skills about project updates and workload to supervisors and team. Assists in assuming the responsibility for the facilities at the observatory, including managing time efficiently, supporting other workers, demonstrating attention to detail, and exhibiting a professional demeanor. Relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.

Preferred Qualifications:

Journeyman’s license in electrical. Significant experience in the installation and troubleshooting of electrical systems, installation, troubleshooting, and repair of HVAC systems. Experience in troubleshooting and repairing elevators and other hydraulic lift systems.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Provide skilled work with HVAC and electrical systems in commercial and residential structures. Perform maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting of residential, commercial, and telescope structures related to mechanical, electrical, HVAC, and hydraulic systems.
  • Support projects involving plumbing, electrical, and residential repairs and upgrades. Operate various types of equipment including tractor, backhoe, and forklift. Assist with welding, machining, and fabrication of aluminum metal parts and assemblies. Utilizing a metal lathe, milling machine, and drill press. Ability to interpret three dimension assemblies from two dimension drawings. Maintain logs and records on equipment. Informs supervisor of conditions.
  • Assists with carpentry and general residential maintenance including (but not limited to) concrete work, structure repairs, drywall, painting, appliance servicing, and plumbing repairs. Perform preventive maintenance tasks as required on telescope domes and physical plant equipment.
  • Help co-workers as necessary with various disciplines in a team-oriented environment.
  • Perform emergency service duties as assigned including Emergency Response Team training and related activities.
  • Perform additional tasks as assigned. Drives UT vehicle. Maintains professionalism in interaction with the public and fellow workers, as well as in appearance according to UT policy. Wears protective safety equipment and follows safety procedures.

Additional Details

The McDonald Observatory is a major astronomical research observatory located 16 miles from Fort Davis, Texas (440 miles away from The University of Texas at Austin campus). This position is located at McDonald Observatory. This position reports to the Technical Trades Crew Leader and the Assistant Physical Plant Manager as required. The position includes variable scheduling with some holiday rotation. Residence in the Observatory’s residential community may be available. The position is considered an essential employee for emergency or critical response.

Contact:

Apply: https://utaustin.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UTstaff

Position/Title:

Groundskeeper

Location:

Fort Davis, Texas

Pay:

Salary: $32,000 + depending on qualifications and experience

Required Qualifications:

  • Some High School and use of hand and power tools applicable to the trade.
  • One year of experience related to ground maintenance including using equipment needed for work to be performed.
  • Mechanical maintenance and troubleshooting experience for small engines, such as weed trimmers, lawnmowers, etc.
  • Maintains a Class C Driver’s License.
  • Responsible for completion of assigned work without the necessity of constant instruction and supervision.
  • Works and communicates effectively as a team player and with supervisor.
  • Maintains a professional customer-service demeanor and appearance according to UT McDonald Physical Plant dress code.
  • Effective communication, accuracy and attention to detail, initiative, interpersonal relationships, listening, problem-solving, and, service excellence.
  • Relevant education and experience may be substituted as appropriate.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Two years of experience in fire prevention grounds keeping.
  • Two years of experience in general ground maintenance and equipment repair.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Groundskeeper. Responsible for maintaining lawns, shrubbery, trees and flower beds on the observatory grounds including around the facilities and on-site housing as needed. This includes trash and litter disposal, mowing grass, operating string trimmers, vacuuming leaf blowers, and other related ground maintenance tasks.
  • Fire Mitigation. Performs fire prevention measures at the observatory including trimming and removal of trees using the appropriate equipment such as pruners, shears, handsaw, chainsaw, axe, etc. Performs various types of semi-skilled labor in support of fire prevention and suppression of wild-land fires and structure fires, cuts and removes brush from roadsides, fire roads, and fuel breaks using hand and power tools.
  • Facility Support. Participates in the Emergency Response Team for the observatory as necessary. Required to take firefighting training, first aid, and CPR. Drives a UT vehicle within the McDonald Observatory facility to respond to calls and provide services to the multiple facilities.  Performs other related functions as assigned.
  • Maintenance and Safety. Cleans and maintains tools, equipment, vehicles, materials and supplies. Provides preventative maintenance and repair to equipment used in grounds keeping. Wears applicable personal protective gear as appropriate.
  • Professionalism. Maintains a professional customer-service demeanor and appearance according to UT McDonald Physical Plant dress code.
  • Team Work. Works weekend duty as needed or scheduled to back fill other positions during staff vacations and sick leave to assist in general building cleaning, such as cleaning restrooms, maintaining floors, and other routine custodial duties.
  • Special Events. Assists with special events including delivering and moving furniture, equipment, and materials. Participates in the set up and break down of tables, chairs, and trash receptacles, and stocks supplies as necessary.

Additional Details

The McDonald Observatory is an astronomical observatory located 16 miles from Fort Davis, Texas (440 miles away from UT Austin campus).

Contact:

Apply: https://utaustin.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/UTstaff

Position/Title:

Technology Service Associate

Location:

Terlingua, Texas & Lajitas, Texas

Required Qualifications:

Position requirements are Minimum High School Diploma or GED equivalent with 2 years of experience in a related field. The ideal candidate will be technically inclined, have a strong desire to succeed and capable of delivering world-class customer service.

Job Responsibilities:

The job entails networking comprehension, installation and troubleshooting of fixed wireless, fiber to the home, Wi-Fi services, IP Phones, and other customer premise services as well as copper loop installation, repair and troubleshooting.

Additional Details

Are you looking for a career as a Service Technician who wants to provide Big Bend Telephone’s exceptional customer service all while living and working in the beautiful Terlingua/Lajitas area.  Then BBT is the place for you to grow and develop with the ever-changing communications industry and is committed to providing stellar customer service and first-rate technology.  The entire Big Bend team plays a role in developing strategies to increase the sales and usage of our products, services and equipment while reinforcing our brand.  Applicants must possess a valid driver license, have a good driving record and be insurable under the company’s insurance policy.  There is a $1,000 signing bonus for new hires (terms and conditions apply) and long-term career potential for the right motivated person.

Contact:

Email a current resume to: HR@bigbend.com

or

Send by mail a current resume to:

BBT, Attn: HR

808 N. 5th St.

Alpine, TX 79830

Or email resume to: HR@bigbend.com

 

Please no phone calls.

Position/Title:

Paid Internship

Location:

Alpine, Texas

Additional Details

This is a great opportunity to learn and earn while attending college. You will have the opportunity to learn in various departments. There is also a flexible work schedule to work around your classes. Best of all, you will be working and learning from the best telecommunications carrier in the region.

Contact:

Email a current resume to: HR@bigbend.com
or
Send by mail a current resume to:

BBT, Attn: HR

808 N. 5th St.

Alpine, TX 79830

Or email resume to: HR@bigbend.com

Please no phone calls.

Position/Title:

HR Generalist

Location:

Alpine, Texas

Required Qualifications:

This position will require candidate to possess good communication skills as well as excellent analytical skills.  Candidate will need to be proficient in Microsoft suite.

Preferred Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will need to have at least 2 years of experience in an HR or similar role or a Bachelors in a related degree.

Additional Details

We are looking for an HR Generalist who can effectively handle Benefits, Training, and Recruiting as well as working with management on employee engagement challenges.  We are a vibrant regional telecommunications company located in Alpine in the heart of Big Bend Region of Texas.  This opening is an on-site position.  There is a $1,000 signing bonus for new hires (terms and conditions apply) and long-term career potential for the right motivated person.

Contact:

Email a current resume to: HR@bigbend.com

or

Send by mail a current resume to:

BBT, Attn: HR

808 N. 5th St.

Alpine, TX 79830

Or email resume to: HR@bigbend.com

 

Please no phone calls.

Position/Title:

Construction Technician

Location:

Big Bend Region

Required Qualifications:

  • Individuals should expect physically challenging assignments as well as a 60 lb. lifting requirement.
  • Candidate will need to have basic computer skills.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Previous experience in the telecom industry would be a plus, but not required.

Additional Details

The great outdoors may be your next office for the right candidate!  You will be working outdoors in the rugged Big Bend Region.  Candidates will need to like working with their hands.  Also, candidate may be required to work overtime and/or weekends and holidays as needed. Individuals will need to have a good driving record so that they may obtain a CDL. There is a $1,000 signing bonus for new hires (terms and conditions apply).

Contact:

Email a current resume to: HR@bigbend.com
or
Send by mail a current resume to:

BBT, Attn: HR

808 N. 5th St.

Alpine, TX 79830

Or email resume to: HR@bigbend.com

 

Please no phone calls.

Position/Title:

Sales and Business Development Location:

Alpine, Texas Pay:

Compensation is extremely competitive depending on experience Required Qualifications:

  • Great communication skills
  • Great software skills
  • Capable of creating successful sales strategies
  • Organizational abilities
  • Valid Driver’s License Preferred Qualifications:
  • Have at least three years of sales experience in Telecommunications Job Responsibilities:
  • Sales and motivated business development to grow business
  • Utilize a vast array of quality telecommunications products and services in the Big Bend Region and beyond.

Additional Details

This position is based out of Alpine, but there will be some travel outside the area to develop markets and meet customers.

Contact:

BBT, Attn: HR 808 N. 5th St.

Alpine, TX 79830

Position/Title:

Construction Technician Location:

Big Bend Region Pay:

Pay available upon request. There is a $1,000 signing bonus for new hires (terms and conditions apply).

Required Qualifications:

  • Basic computer skills Preferred Qualifications:
  • Previous experience in the telecom Job Responsibilities:
  • Physically challenging assignments as well as lifting a 60 lifting requirement.
  • Required to work overtime and/or weekends and holidays as
  • Will obtain a Additional Details

The great outdoors may be your next office for the right candidate! You will be working outdoors in the rugged Big Bend Region. Candidates will need to like working with their hands.

Contact:

Email a current resume to: HR@bigbend.com or send by mail a current resume to: BBT, Attn: HR

808 N. 5th St.

Alpine, TX 79830

Position/Title:

Paid Internship Details

This is a great opportunity to learn and earn while attending college. You will have the opportunity to learn in various departments. There is also a flexible work schedule to work around your classes. Best of all, you will be working and learning from the best telecommunications carrier in the region.

Contact:

Email a current resume to HR@bigbend.com or send by mail a current resume to: BBT, Attn: HR

808 N. 5th St.

Alpine, TX 79830

Position/Title:

Technology Service Associate Pay:

Available upon request. There is a $1,000 signing bonus for new hires (terms and conditions apply) and long‐term career potential for the right motivated person.

Required Qualifications:

  • Minimum High School Diploma or GED equivalent with two years of experience in a related
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license, have a good driving record and be insurable under the company’s insurance policy.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Technically inclined
  • Have a strong desire to succeed and capable of delivering world‐class customer Job Responsibilities:
  • Networking comprehension
  • Installation and troubleshooting of fixed wireless, or fiber to the home
  • Wi‐Fi services
  • IP Phones
  • Other customer premise services as well as copper loop installation, repair and

Additional Details

Are you looking for a career as a Service Technician who wants to provide Big Bend Telephone’s exceptional customer service all while living and working in the beautiful Terlingua/Lajitas area. Then BBT is the place for you to grow and develop with the ever‐changing communications industry and is committed to providing stellar customer service and first‐rate technology. The entire Big Bend team plays a role in developing strategies to increase the sales and usage of our products, services and equipment while reinforcing our brand.

Contact:

Email a current resume to HR@bigbend.com or send by mail a current resume to: BBT, Attn: HR

808 N. 5th St.

Alpine, Texas 79830

Position/Title:

TARS – Electrical Maintenance Technician

Location:

Marfa, Texas

Required Qualifications:

  • GED or High School Diploma
  • 3 years’ experience in electrical maintenance. Associate and Bachelor of Science degree in any technical discipline can be substituted for years’ experience.
  • Ability to obtain flight operator certification
  • Valid U.S. Driver’s license required.
  • Must be able to understand, speak, read, and write in English fluently.
  • Must be willing to work in a 24/7 shift scenario and be assigned to various shifts as required to meet mission requirements.
  • Proof of U.S. residency required.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Prior Aerostat Operator experience of any size Aerostat.
  • Must pass the Aerostat basic training course for continued employment.

Job Responsibilities:

Flight Crew Member (pre/post flight, launch/recovery, helium toppings, snubbing, inflations/ deflations, tether inspections, proficiency in all emergency procedures for both moored and airborne flight aerostat operations). Under supervision, perform corrective and preventive maintenance activities on the aerostat pressure control subsystems, power subsystems, mechanical and hydraulic subsystems, aerostat hardware and rigging, tether subsystem, and aerostat envelope. Supports such tasks as making circuit analyses, calculating wave forms, tracing relationships in signal flow, and regularly using complex test instruments (e.g., dual trace oscilloscopes, Q meters, deviation meters, pulse generators). May require supervision to perform operation and maintenance of enclosed mooring system and winch vehicles, site power generators, stand motor vehicles, special man-lift vehicles, and forklifts.

Assists with all aerostat system pre-flight and post-flight checks and aerostat system inspections as required. Assists with operations and maintenance of compressed-gas equipment, including helium transfers to the aerostat for inflation and replenishment purposes. Performs corrosion control and site facilities maintenance. Operate general purpose and special purpose vehicles to include man lift operations to heights of 150 feet. Maintains a thorough understanding of digital design as relates to radar signal generators, MTI, IF receivers, clutter rejection, mixers, multipliers, low noise amplifiers, and digital displays. Works in exterior and interior work environments, sometimes in inclement weather. Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Secondary Duties include:

Maintain and understand site documentation such as parts request forms, equipment condition tags, timecards, and flight data and maintenance logs. Coordinates resupply and repair logistics activities for the aerostat subsystems. Trains and certifies other personnel in selected aerostat subsystem procedures. Supports all security, logistics, and site-specific requirements as directed when not in conflict with primary electrical maintenance responsibilities.

Additional Details

Avantus Federal is seeking an experienced Electrical Maintenance Technician with specific experience in supporting line handling operations to support the DHS Customs & Border Protection Tethered Aerostat Radar System (TARS) program. The TARS program leverages aerostat systems to provide persistent surveillance and detection capabilities, to the U.S. Government customer across eight (8) different operational sites along the US Southern border in multiple locations including Puerto Rico, Florida, Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas.

The successful candidate will have experience managing aerostat flight operations on platforms similar in size to the TARS aerostats. You will be part of a comprehensive flight crew activity supporting aerostat pre-launch, launch, ascent, transition, station keeping, and recovery. Secondary responsibilities will include performing recurring equipment maintenance on aerostat and radar systems, as well as support functions related to site operations (such as security, landscaping, and logistical functions. A summary of responsibilities are as follows:

Apply here: https://www.texasjobmarket.com/job/detail/69503819/TARS-Electrical-Maintenance-Technician

(571) 551-2731

Position/Title:

Laborer

Hiring Department:

Insert Hiring Department

Location:

Marfa, Texas

Pay:

Salary Minimum: $22,500

Salary Mid: $45,000

Salary Maximum: $56,300

The estimate displayed represents the typical salary range for this position, and is just one component of Peraton’s total compensation package for employees. Other rewards may include annual bonuses, short- and long-term incentives, and program-specific awards. In addition, Peraton provides a variety of benefits to employees.

Required Qualifications:

  • Ability to obtain and maintain a position of Public Trust which requires US Citizenship
  • One year of work experience
  • High School or GED Diploma
  • A valid US Driver’s License
  • Fluently read, write, and speak English

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Have a demonstrated track record of being efficient on personal computers, printers and other general office equipment
  • You love working in exterior and interior work environments, sometimes in inclement weather
  • You can perform shift work when needed

Job Responsibilities:

Performs tasks which require mainly physical abilities and effort involving little or no specialized skill or prior work experience. Loads and unloads trucks, and other conveyances; moves supplies and materials to proper location by wheelbarrows or handtrucks; stacks materials for storage or binning. Collects refuse and salvageable materials. Paints, primes, caulks and performs related tasks. Digs, fills, and tamps earth excavations. Levels ground using pick, shovel, tamper and rake; shovels concrete and snow; cleans culverts and ditches. Cuts trees and brush. Operates power lawnmowers. Moves and arranges heavy pieces of office and household furniture, and equipment. Spreads sand and salt on icy roads and walk-ways. Picks up leaves and trash. Performs other related duties and assignments as required.

Contact:

Apply here: https://careers-avantus.icims.com/jobs/8513/tars—electrical-maintenance-technician/job?mode=job&iis=Job+Board&iisn=DiversityJobs&mobile=false&width=1583&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-360&jun1offset=-300

Position/Title:

Grant Administrator

Location:

Alpine, Texas

Pay:

Big Bend Regional Hospital District offers a comprehensive benefit package including health insurance (100% employer covered premiums), generous PTO and holiday schedule, 4% retirement contribution, and optional employee paid vision and dental plans. A competitive salary will be based on experience.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelors degree and work experience in grants administration (development, coordination, and monitoring of grants), accounting, program administration, or related field.
  • Experience working and administering Federal grants preferred.
  • Bilingual English and Spanish preferred.
  • Must have high attention to detail and be able to manage multiple responsibilities in an efficient and organized manner.
  • Ability to think critically, analyze issues, and develop innovative solutions.

Job Responsibilities:

Assist the Executive Director to ensure that all Big Bend Regional Hospital District business be performed accurately and efficiently. Work in an independent, self-directed manner. Establish and maintain harmonious working relationships with the Board of Directors, Executive Director, clients and applicants of the District’s Programs, co-workers, attorney, auditors, vendors, Healthcare providers and the general public. Travel, including the possible use of either personal or District vehicles, as necessary to attend training or to attend meetings at the direction of the Executive Director. Must have excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Computer literate, able to learn job specific software, demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office applications including Word, Outlook and Excel. Strong interpersonal skills, ability to work with teams to build consensus and achieve goals. Maintain a clean and clear organized workspace. Must accurately represent the mission of the Hospital District and its programs to the public, and be willing to go beyond personal beliefs to meet the needs of the population the district serves.

 

Additional Details

Every employee of Big Bend Hospital District is a member of a team and may be required to perform other duties and/or jobs or take on additional responsibilities for an undetermined amount of time under direction of the District Manager and the Board of Directors in an effort to work toward providing better service for the clients in the district.

The Grant Administrator will report to the Executive Director of the Big Bend Regional Hospital District while performing direct services to aid citizens of Presidio and Brewster County with their medical health care needs in connection with the programs and policies of the Big Bend Regional Hospital District.

The Grant Administrator will primarily be in charge of implementing and developing a USDA Emergency Rural Health Care grant to lead a regional consortium to improve access to health care in Brewster and Presidio Counties.

***This is a grant funded position for a 3 year term – continued employment after the term of the grant will be contingent on funding availability.***

Contact:

Interested applicants should send a resume and cover letter to J.D. Newsom – jd@bbrhd.com.

Position/Title:

Fire Coordinator

Hiring Department:

Texas A&M Forest Service

Location:

Houston, Texas

Pay:

Minimum Starting Salary – $42,000

Required Qualifications:

  • Position requires employee meets a moderate physical fitness standard by passing the Work Capacity Test each year (walk 2 miles wearing a 25-pound pack in 30 minutes or less).

Job Responsibilities:

  • Build relationships with fire departments and other emergency management organizations in assigned region.
  • Build the capacity of fire departments in assigned region by coordinating agency programs that provide equipment, vehicles, training and grants.
  • Attend Emergency Management meetings and events throughout assigned region and state.
  • Operate and drive a variety of equipment and vehicles.

Additional Details

Position is guaranteed a minimum 40-hour work week and full benefits after 60 days. The anticipated start date for these positions is November of 2022. An additional benefit is a physical fitness, or Work Capacity Test  incentive of $500 for passing the arduous test (walk three miles wearing a 45-pound pack in 45 minutes or less) that year.

Contact:

All applications must be submitted online via Workday Jobs at https://tfsweb.tamu.edu/jobs/.

Position/Title:

Production Assistant/Content Editor

Location:

505 E Lockhart, Alpine, Texas 79830

Pay:

$15.00/hour

Required Qualifications:

We are interested in training people who desire to be part of the visual storytelling and video production industry. We request candidates be knowledgeable on how to manage and upload files online.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Graphic design
  • Basic web development/management
  • Basic video editing capabilities is a plus

Job Responsibilities:

Responsibilities include managing project files, assisting in the production process, and uploading completed projects to Pond5 platform.

Additional Details

We work in the DaVinci Resolve environment. This internship opportunity will over $15.00/hour after a training period. Part-Time flexibility and remote work are available for this position.

Contact:

Conley Rasor

Phone: (325) 232-2705

Email: contact@rasorcreative.com

Position/Title:

Hunting Guide

Hiring Department:

D&T Outfitters

Location:

Fort Davis, Texas

Pay:

Part time/Pay is commensurate on experience.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Facilitating/guiding clients throughout duration of booked hunts
  • Aiding the management of the wild game population, etc.
  • Typical ranch duties, checking water for game, feed stations, and cameras.

Additional Details

Seasonal Position, looking for a self-motivated and hardworking individual to guide Aoudad, Elk, and Mule Deer hunts in the heart of the Davis Mountains.

Contact:

Interested applicants, please send resumes and cover letters to tyler.hinrichs@yahoo.com.
Phone: 325-812-8652

Position/Title:

Office Administrative Assistant

Hiring Department:

Audra Kirby, CPA

Location:

500 Johnson St #200, Big Spring, Texas 79720

Pay:

$22.50 per hour, approximately $450.00 weekly

Required Qualifications:

  • Should have a wonderful and expert hard-working attitude.
  • Should be independent to wrap up jobs autonomously.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office and QuickBooks is favored, but not necessary.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Getting mail
  • Bills installment
  • Getting and passing on things to PO Box.
  • Liable for some shopping.

Additional Details

Company Website: https://audrakirbycpa.com

Contact:

Nathan Gregory

Telephone: (432) 352-3031

Email: nathangregory@consultant.com

Position/Title:

Sales & Business Development Lead

Hiring Department:

Sales

Location:

Alpine, Texas

Job Summary:

The Sales & Business Development Lead will oversee and lead the activities of the Sales Department.

Required Qualifications:

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
  • Excellent sales and customer service skills with proven negotiation skills.
  • Strong supervisory and leadership skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Develop new business opportunities for sales.
  • Provides leadership to the sales team.
  • Motivates and encourages sales team to ensure quotas are met.
  • Reviews and analyzes sales and operational records and reports; uses data to project sales, determine profitability and targets, and identify potential new markets.
  • Identifies and analyzes customer preferences to properly direct sales efforts.
  • Sets quotas for sales teams.
  • Consults with potential customers to understand their needs; identifies and suggests equipment, products, or services that will meet those needs.
  • Resolves customer complaints, staffing problems, and other issues that may interfere with efficient sales operations.
  • Collaborates with executive leadership to develop sales quotas and strategies.
  • Prepares sales budget and monitors expenses.
  • Acts as company representative at trade association meetings.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • Hires all sales staff.
  • Organizes and oversees the schedules, territories, and performance of sales representatives.
  • Conducts performance evaluations that are timely and constructive.
  • Coaches employee performance in accordance with Company policy.

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Business Administration, or related field; OR
  • Comparable record of sales leadership experience required.
  • At least three years of outside sales experience required.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license.

Physical Requirement:

  • Prolonged periods of sitting at a desk and working on a computer.
  • Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds.
  • Must be able to travel.

Additional Information:

  • Reports to Customer Operations Supervisor
  • Non-Exempt Classification
  • Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)

Contact:

Nikki Larson, PHR, SHRM-CP

HR/Accounting Specialist

(800) 592-4781

nikki.larson@bigbend.com

Position/Title:

Sandwich Artist

Hiring Department:

Subway

Location:

1002 E Holland Ave, Alpine, Texas 79830

Pay:

$11.00 per hour

Required Qualifications:

  • Work well with others.

Job Responsibilities:

Making sandwiches, doing prep work, and assisting customers.

Additional Details

Will work with school schedules. Discounts on phone bills and insurance.

Contact:

Amber Madden

(432) 934-4589

txalps@yahoo.com