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Lehigh Valley Phantoms First Annual Career Fair

Lehigh Valley Phantoms First Annual Career Fair March 25, 2015 • 2:00 – 5:00PM Get an opportunity to network with local Professional Sports Organizations and local sports related businesses. TICKETS: $17.00 Students get the chance to network with Organizations and a seat to watch the Syracuse Crunch play the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. 2:00 – 2:30 Registration 2:30 – 5:00 Career Fair 6:00 Doors open 7:05 Phantoms vs Syracuse Crunch AND DON'T FORGET! Bring plenty of resumes & dress to impress! + MANY MORE FOR TICKETS OR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: CHAD WESTERBURG – Retention Specialist Office: 484-273-4558 • Email: cwesterburg@phantomshockey.com

PA Athletic Adminstration Conference

March 2, 2015

The 48th Annual Pennysylvania State Athletic Director Association  Conference is taking place from March 17th – 21st in Hershey, Pa.

Details provided below:
 
PSADA Website: http://www.psada.org/
 
Conference Information: http://www.psada.org/conference/state-conference
 
Conference Registration: http://www.psada.org/conference/2014-conference-registration

Assistant Director of Operations - TCF Bank Stadium

March 2, 2015

The University of Minnesota has an opening fo an assistant director of operations at TCF Bank Stadium. 
 
 
 

Team Leader - Triskeles

February 26, 2015
FOOD FOR THOUGHT TEAM LEADER
Join Triskeles, Inc and spend your summer working with teens on organic farms!
 
JOB DESCRIPTION: We are seeking Team Leaders with the talents and interests in youth programming, community service, sustainability, and organic agriculture who can lead a team of 10 to 15 youth, ages 13 - 18 during a five week summer program (June 22 – July 31).  The team leader will work with other experienced staff in several program areas:
• Experiential learning activities on local CSA's
• Nutrition and cooking sessions with youth
• Job readiness and business skills
• Community service activities
• Teambuilding and Leadership Training activities
 
RESPONSIBILITIES
• Lead a team of 10 -15 youth in work projects at local CSA’s 3 mornings per week, making sure each youth is safe and working cooperatively at the assigned tasks
• Handle emergencies at work sites by following prescribed protocol
• Assist in teambuilding and end-of-day, reflective activities
• Assist instructors in business, cooking & nutrition, and team building classes
• Lead small groups in afternoon activities
 
QUALIFICATIONS
• Maturity and Interest in guiding Youth
• Ability to lead activities and  promote collaboration and cooperation among youth teams and adult staff
• Ability to provide honest, supportive feedback
• Ability to foresee and prevent problems
• Flexibility and willingness to “pitch in”
• Ability to organize activities and maintain records
 
REQUIREMENTS
• Must live within commuting distance of Kimberton, PA
• College Degree or very strong undergraduate experience
• Strong communication skills
• Driver’s license and clean driving record
• Have own car or van
• Criminal Background and Child Abuse Checks
• References (at least two)
 
Salary:  Competitive and commensurate with experience.
Equal Opportunity Employer – Minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.
 
Must be within commuting distance of Kimberton, PA.
 
To Apply, send cover letter & resume, via e-mail, to:
 
 
Bob Steininger
Assistant Director of Youth Programs
Triskeles
707 Eagleview Blvd, Suite 105
Exton, PA 19341
610-321-9876 Ext 106
www.triskelesprograms.org

Summer Sales Associate Internship- Philadelphia 76ers

February 26, 2015

Status: Summer Internship
Department: Ticket Sales & Service
Location: Philadelphia 76ers Front Office

Required: Full-time student at an accredited college or university.  Student is required to receive academic credit to participate in this internship program.

Job Description:
Are you looking to jumpstart your career in the sports business?  Look no further than the Philadelphia 76ers Summer Sales Associate Program!  This exclusive program will give you the opportunity to learn the business side of professional sports from the top leaders in the sports industry.  With a focus on consistent training and development through personalized coaching, the 76ers Summer Sales Associate Program will build the foundation needed for a long and successful career in the sports business!

Program Overview
The Summer Sales Associate Program focuses on developing and further educating college students on the skills required to succeed in the revenue-generating side of the sports business.  Through consistent training and development with members of the 76ers leadership team, members of this exclusive program will develop a sales pitch in which they are confident in and is centered around their personality.

Requirements:
• Current undergraduate student at an accredited college or university
• Able to receive academic credit for your internship experience
• Aggressive and effective communication skills and interpersonal skills
• Strong leadership and organizational skills
• Superior problem solver, with ability to work independently
• Ability to multi-task
• Ability to work with deadlines
• Ability to maintain a flexible work schedule (holidays, evenings)
• Coachable
• High comfort level making cold calls
• Strong time management and organizational skills
• Passion for sales
• Demonstrate an enthusiastic and outgoing personality

Job Responsibilities:
• Maximize revenue through the sales of Philadelphia 76ers tickets (i.e. Season, Partials, groups and premium tickets)
• Heavy outbound call focus making outbound calls daily to increase your sales pipeline
Sales presentation for external and internal face to face appointments
• Manage and service assigned season ticket, partial and group accounts
• Creating strong relationships with Season, Partial and group clients to promote yearly renewals
• Network, prospect and create new sales opportunities when and wherever possible
• Must meet all pre-determined activity and sales goals by providing weekly sales reports to management
• Work various events and games as assigned by management
 
For more infomation and to apply: www.teamworkonline.com 

Sponsorship Sales Account Executive - Fox Run Group

February 25, 2015

Fox Run Group is a sponsorship sales representation firm looking for entry level account executives. Ideal individual will have 1-3 years’ experience in sponsorship sales or media sales looking to jump start their career after the first job out of college. We are an entrepreneurial spirited company looking for employees who are creative and idea generators.

This position will be responsible for selling events and all sponsorship assets related to Rutgers 250 Celebration, the 250th anniversary of the University. The events and assets include Rutgers Day 250, Charter Day, 250th Commencement, Community Day of Service, Re-Enactment of the first college football game and outdoor events throughout the year.

The Sponsorship Sales Account Executive is responsible for:
 New business development
 Build strong rapport, trust and credibility with sponsors
 Prospect/canvas local, regional and national businesses for prospective sponsors
 In person meetings with prospective sponsors
 Use consultative sales philosophy to help create true partnerships with sponsors
 Develop custom presentations that meet the sponsors’ marketing objectives
 Service clients throughout the year
 Sales inventory includes signage, print, event sponsorships, promotions, digital, etc
 Other duties and responsibilities as assigned

The ideal candidate:
 Bachelor’s degree in Professional Sales, Sports Management, Business, Marketing, Communications, preferred
 1-3 years sales experience, preferably in sports/entertainment/event/sponsorship/media
 Self-starter, self-motivator with entrepreneurial spirit
 Ability to work independently and take initiative
 Effective telephone and organizational skills with attention to detail
 Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
 Commitment to highest level of customer service
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About Fox Run Group
Fox Run Group is a fast growing sales and marketing company that focuses in three areas:
 Sponsorship Sales Representation; representing universities and entertainment organizations for sponsorship and advertising sales
 Sponsorship Management; helping companies with the selection of sponsorships, sponsorship evaluation, negotiations and activation
 Sales Training; building your personal brand for success
Fox Run Group’s current and past clients include Penn State Alumni Association, Independence Visitor Center (Philadelphia), Rutgers 250 Celebration, Michigan State Alumni Association, Philadelphia Marathon, Welcome America Festival, Macy’s Parade and Entertainment Group, and others

Contact
Angelo Scialfa
Fox Run Group, LLC
P.O. Box 105
Allentown, New Jersey 08501
609-259-1910
Angelo@FoxRunGroup.com
www.FoxRunGroup.com

Sponsorship Sales Account Executive - Fox Run Group

February 25, 2015
Interested in learning the exciting world of sponsorship sales? Whether your interest is media sales, event sponsorship or sports sponsorship, this position will train you in sponsorship sales to will jump start your career for sports, entertainment or college sponsorship selling.

Fox Run Group is a sponsorship sales representation firm looking for entry level account executives. Ideal individuals will have 1-3 years’ experience in sponsorship sales or media sales looking to jump start their career after the first job out of college. We are an entrepreneurial spirited company looking for employees who are creative and idea generators.

This position will be responsible for selling alumni and student based events and all assets related to the Penn State Alumni Association. The events includes, Be A Part From The Start, Rally in the Valley, football S-Zone, Alumni Weekend, Blue White Bash, Alumni Arts Festival Weekend and more. Advertising inventory assets include print and digital.

The Sponsorship Sales Account Executive is responsible for:
 New business development
 Prospect/canvas local, regional and national businesses for sponsorship opportunities
 In person meetings with prospective sponsors
 Use consultative sales philosophy to help create true partnerships with sponsors
 Build strong rapport, trust and credibility with sponsors
 Develop custom presentations that meet the sponsors’ marketing objectives
 Servicing clients throughout the year
 Sales inventory includes signage, print, event sponsorships, promotions, digital, etc
 Other duties and responsibilities as assigned

The ideal candidate:
 BA/BS in Professional Sales, Business, Marketing, Sport Management, Communications, preferred
 1-3 years sales experience, preferably in sports/entertainment/event/sponsorship/media
 Self-starter, self-motivator with entrepreneurial spirit
 Ability to work independently and take initiative
 Effective telephone and organizational skills with attention to detail
 Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
 Commitment to highest level of customer service

About Fox Run Group
Fox Run Group is a fast growing sales and marketing company that focuses in three areas:
 Sponsorship Sales Representation; representing universities and entertainment organizations for sponsorship and advertising sales
 Sponsorship Management; helping companies with the selection of sponsorships, sponsorship evaluation, negotiations and activation
 Sales Training; building your personal brand for success
Fox Run Group’s current and past clients include Penn State Alumni Association, Independence Visitor Center (Philadelphia), Rutgers 250 Celebration, Philadelphia Marathon, Welcome America Festival, Macy’s Parade and Entertainment Group, and others

Contact
Angelo Scialfa
Fox Run Group, LLC
P.O. Box 105
Allentown, New Jersey 08501
609-259-1910
Angelo@FoxRunGroup.com
www.FoxRunGroup.com

Multiple Positions - Dettera Restaurant and Wine Bar

February 20, 2015

Dettera Restaurant and Wine Bar in Ambler, PAhas openings for a bar manager and assistant dining room manager.

Bar Manager Duties
 
• Responsible for all development and costing of all cocktails with written recipes
• Maintain the bar staffing schedule and covering any open shifts or time off taken by other bar tenders
• General up keep of the bar, cleanliness, organization and appearance
• Training of all new bar tenders
• Maintain current costumers and build new relationships for continued growth
• Maintain the beer program with out over purchasing
• Daily seasonal cocktail feature
• Set up all bar supplies for special events
• Responsible for closing the restaurant 2 nights per week and closing the bar 3 nights per week
 
 
Assistant Dining Room manager
 
• Responsible for Staffing – servers, bussers, runners and hosts includes hiring and scheduling
• All private events – respond to emails within 24 hours and book parties that come to us also go out into the community and drum up new business
• Maintain the web site keeping all menus current and info up to date
• Compose weekly email and face book blasts
• Maintain wine list while keeping a minimum inventory
• Purchase and pick up weekly liquor purchases
•  Maintain open table
• Develop current and future staff, teaching and coaching
• Must be able to be a leader but also a team player filling in where ever necessary
• Hold quarterly staff meeting with all foh employees
• Responsible for closing the restaurant 3 nights per week
To apply:

Events Staff Member - Philadelphia Zoo

February 20, 2015

Under the general direction of the Director of Events, the Events Staff Member is responsible for the execution of pivotal roles at events which are at or for the Philadelphia Zoo. The Events Staff Member will coordinate with the Event Supervisor (and if necessary the Event Planner) to acquire specific event goals and accomplish them while maintaining all Zoo-wide facility policies and procedures. In addition, the Events Staff Member may interface directly with clients, internal departments, assorted vendors and corporate partners to achieve the predetermined event goals.  Finally, the Events Staff Member will be responsible for various tasks and functions that support the Zoo’s mission of conservation, education and recreation through events, specifically those that market and promote the Zoo, drive guest attendance and affiliated revenue, and/or build loyalty among current Zoo visitors.  A total amount of 1,200 working hours per 12 month time period is the maximum available for this position.

Essential Job Functions:
1. The primary purpose of this job position is to serve as Event Staff and assist with the execution of memorable events while portraying the Philadelphia Zoo as a world class cultural institution.
2. This position will be “On Call” based on the schedule of Zoo Events as well as the logistical needs associated with these events. The Staff Member must be able to have a flexible work schedule as well as work nights and weekends
3. Assist with assorted event needs including, but not limited to: Registration & Hospitality, Food & Beverage, Audio/Visual, Entertainment, Transportation, Event Installation & Breakdown.  These roles and positions will be pre-assigned and under the general management by the Event Supervisor (or, if necessary, the Event Planner) for each Philadelphia Zoo event.  
4. Collaborate with a variety of internal departments including, but not limited to: Development, Marketing, Membership, Public Relations, Education, Conservation, Guest Relations, Facilities, IT and Animal to achieve event goals and outcomes.
5. Prior to being on-site, the Event Staff Member is responsible to obtain and review from the Event Supervisor (or, if necessary, the Event Planner) all necessary floor plans, itineraries, and client contact information, etc. so as to ensure successful workflow and smooth event logistics.
6. To interact directly with clients in an engaging and professional manner.  The principal objective of all such occasions should be to assist the client while promoting the goals of the Events Department at the Philadelphia Zoo.
7. As needed, to perform basic Administrative tasks and/or office duties as defined by the Director of Events.
8. Adhere to the Standard Operating Procedures for each of the event positions with regard to professionalism, punctuality, preparedness, and attire.
9. To attentively prepare for each on-site assignment with the appropriate paperwork, charged Zoo radio, cell phone, tools, tickets, wrist bands, etc. needed to complete the assigned task.
10. Maintain a positive work atmosphere by encouraging teamwork and engaging guests while eliminating negativity and/or potential damaging conversations by addressing issues through the approved departmental chain of command:  Event Staff Member to Event Supervisor to Event Planner to Event Manager to Director of Events to Chief Marketing Officer

Non-Essential Job Functions:
1. Performs other duties as assigned by the Director of Events.

Knowledge and Ability Requirements:
1. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel is preferred, but not mandatory
2. Demonstrated excellent organizational aptitude as well as outstanding written and oral capabilities.
3. Demonstrated ability to manage a variety of tasks and complete priorities under deadline pressure; detail orientation with a creative vision is required
4. Demonstrated ability to develop and sustain effective working relationships with peers; superior interpersonal ability; ability to work effectively with diverse personalities; tactful; mature; flexible.
5. Valid driver’s license and good driving record preferred; as well as the ability to successfully operate a golf cart.

Physical and Medical Requirements:
1. Successful completion of a post-offer medical screening, TB and drug test prior to starting.
2. No allergies related to plants or animals, which would interfere with the ability to work.

Additional Requirements:
1. Successful completion of a post-offer criminal background and driving license check prior to starting.
2. Regular weekend and evening work is often required.  Operating conditions may require working extended hours and work weeks of more than 40 hours.
3. Must be able to perform physical labor and carry up to 50 lbs during event set-up and breakdown.  Must be able to stand for long periods of time.

Working Conditions:
1. Assorted venues located throughout the Philadelphia Zoo as well as an office building without elevators.
 
Pay rate is $12.50 per hour.
 

Multiple Positions - UPenn Hospitality Services

February 20, 2015

The University of Pennsylvania's Hospitality Services is currently hiring for multiple summer staff positions. 
 
To view the position descriptions and to apply, visit: http://cms.business-services.upenn.edu/hospitality-services/summer-employment.html

Meetings Assistant - Lumbermens Merchandising Corporation

February 19, 2015
Lumbermens Merchandising Corporation has an opening for a Meetings Assistant position.  The Meeting Assistant provides administrative support to the Corporate Meetings and Travel department, by coordinating details associated with exhibit contracts, mailing, surveys and registration.

The incumbent is a self- starter and is provided a limited degree of freedom in carrying out the responsibilities of this position. Decisions are made within the general guidelines of the company's policies and procedures. Meetings are held with the supervisor to discuss the department activities, as needed.

Assists Corporate Meetings & Travel staff with organizing corporate meetings including the Annual Meeting, Forest Products & Building Materials Expo ,, Dealer Exchange, Hardware Express, Board of Directors Meetings, Employee Meetings,, etc.

Assists with registration functions for all LMC meetings, including booth contract processing, attendee registration, meeting confirmations and preparation of all meeting attendee and staff registration packets.

Coordinates mailing of invitations to LMC Board of Directors, selected staff members and supplier guests for Board of Directors Meeting.

Obtains biographical information from all attendees and prepare the Program/Activity Booklet.

Tracks meeting attendance and distributes final meeting package to attendees.

Assists with the preparation of mailing announcements for conventions and shows.

Administers the employee Service Awards program and organizes the celebration.

Prepares and tabulates surveys for assigned meetings.

Monitors inventory and purchases supplies and materials for meetings (badge stock, badge covers, lanyards, labels, soda, water, paper products and plastic utensils, etc).

Monitors schedule of LMC conference rooms and prepares room schedule signs for rooms on a daily basis.

Prepares and ships registration supplies including laptop, badge printer, badge stock, holders, lanyards and any other materials (handouts, etc.) needed for meetings.

Prepares name badges and/or tent signs as required for LMC meetings.

Provides on-site assistance for registration at meetings when requested.

Provides telephone backup and coverage for department staff and for all over-flow calls from LMC 800 numbers.

Performs other duties as required and/or assigned.

Three (3) to five (5) years administrative experience, preferably in meeting planning or in the hotel industry.
High school graduate or equivalent is required. Bachelor ‘s degree in Business Administration, marketing, meeting management, public relations, communications, or hospitality is preferred

Excellent customer service focus and skill set.

Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to communicate with internal and external contacts, both in writing and verbally.

Superior knowledge of the Microsoft Office suite products.
Ability to work quickly and meet deadlines while maintaining accuracy.
 

Production Baker - Frecon Farms

February 19, 2015

Frecon Farms is looking for a full time production baker to start March/April. Frecon Farms has been providing fresh produce and specialty goods for over 60 years in Boyertown, PA. In May, we opened our new bakery which produced fresh, from scratch baked goods. To give you a little overview about the bakery, we use fresh and local ingredients to make pies, cookies, cakes, breads, and we have just launch a savory menu in January, which includes pots pies, soups, salads, and baked Mac and Cheese. All of this is made 100% from scratch. During the spring and summer we are also involved in 11 farmer's markets,  which all sell our baked goods.

We are looking for someone who is willing to learn and has a passion for both sweet and savory cooking.  They will have to do both in our bakery.  Previous work experience is a plus but not completely necessary.

We are in Boyertown which is about an hour drive Northwest of Philadelphia.  Below is the job description.

FULL TIME PRODUCTION BAKER

POSITION DESCRIPTION:
As a member of our bakery team, your role will include maintaining bakery displays, preparing baked goods, ensuring product quality, communicating inventory needs to Lead Baker, carrying out daily production quota set by Lead bakery, and following kitchen rules and regulations.

DUTIES:
- Reports to and carries out daily production schedule and quota set by Lead Baker
- Communicates any inventory needed to Lead Baker.
- Follows weekly bakery cleaning schedule.
- Maintains bakery displays; baking and filling displays as needed on a day to day basis.
-  Executes the baking, packaging/labeling, and presentation of menu items produced within the bakery by following the standardized recipes.
- Ensures bakery and equipment are maintained according to proper health and sanitation standards.

REQUIREMENTS:
-Must be able to work the afternoon-nighttime shift as well as weekends.
-Must have prior experience using commercial bakery equipment.
-Must be proficient in baking and have knowledge of various pastry and baking techniques as well as basic cooking techniques used to produce cookies, soups, quiche, breads, etc.
- Capable of working in conditions that consistently require lifting 50 pounds.
- Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
- Ability to follow detailed written or verbal instructions.
- Effective time management skills
- Ability to perform steady and productive work for an extended period of time.

Any interested candidates can email their resumes to hhaas92@gmail.com

Multiple Positions - LeagueApps

February 18, 2015

LeagueApps is a fast-growing digital sports technology company whose software powers local sports communities across the country. They are looking for young alumni who have a passion for sports and an interest in startups.
 
Open Positions:

Sales Development Specialist
The Sales Development Specialist position is an entry-level role for anyone who wants to start their career in sales and learn from the best in the business. Sales Development Specialists work closely with Senior Sales Consultants to understand sport segments and generate qualified sales opportunities through phone and email outreach. Successful candidates will be extremely self-motivated and tenacious, and possess strong communication skills. 

View job description and apply at http://bit.ly/1vXEf7s

Launch Coach (Implementation Specialist)
The Launch Coach is responsible for onboarding new customers and providing the best customer experience possible for our partners. Ideal candidates will be a tech-savvy, self-starter who has exceptional patience, empathy, and communication skills. The Launch Coach will play an integral role in making our Partner Management team the driving force behind acquisition and retention at LeagueApps.
 
View job description and apply at http://bit.ly/1E6QKPp
 
Please contact Annie Rosencrans, Talent Coordinator at annie@leagueapps.com for more information.
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Multiple Positions - R2L

February 18, 2015
R2L, the premier corporate and private event space in Philadelphia, is currently seeking a Private Event Operations Supervisor.
 
Ideal Candidates will have strong organizational, planning + communication skills, as well as attention to detail. Main Job Responsibilities will include:
 
•       Conducting Staff Pre-Shift Meetings
•       Managing + Execution of all Private Events
•       Scheduling
•       Inventory of Private Event Supplies
•       Labor Management

 
Sales Administrative Assistant:
R2L Restaurant, the premier corporate + private event space in Philadelphia, is currently seeking a full-time Sales Administrative Assistant. Ideal candidates must have strong written and oral communication skills, computer skills, knowledge of Reserve Interactive and Open Table is a plus. Candidates must be able to work in a fast-paced environment as well possess strong multi-tasking and organizational skills. Please attach your resume for consideration.
 
Please email Vera Masi (vmasi@danielsternrestaurants.com), your full resume and cover letter. We look forward to hearing from you.

Clubhouse Manager and Interns - Rockland Boulders

February 17, 2015

The Rockland Boulders are currently hiring:
(1) CLUBHOUSE MANAGER
and
(2) Clubhouse Manager INTERNS

HOURS REQUIRED: 40+ hours per week, Night and Weekend Events, available May thru August.

JOB DESCRIPTION / REQUIREMENTS:
Clubhouse Manager - Enrolled as a Junior or Senior in a college Sports Management Program OR post college and looking for an exciting summer.  This is a paid position.

Clubhouse Manager INTERNS - Enrolled as a Junior or Senior in a college Sports Management Program.  These positions are for college credit/experience only.
People who love baseball and want to learn the management side of the game at the professional level.
Knowledge of laundry/stains and ability to learn food service side of clubhouse.

QUALIFICATIONS / SKILLS:
Self-starter with the ability to multi-task with minimal supervision.
Must be organized and be able to prioritize work to meet the needs of the athletes and coaches.
Must work effectively under pressure.
Strong organizational, written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.
Team-oriented.
Limited travel may be optional with the team.

ROCKLAND BOULDERS BASEBALL
Entering its 5th year of professional minor league baseball - competing in the Can-Am League with teams in Canada, New York, and New Jersey - we play 100 games in about 109 days over the summer months.  We were LEAGUE CHAMPIONS last summer and we won Organization of the Year for the second time in three years.  We have the nicest ballpark in the area and our league.  Come be a part of the fun this summer. 
 
The Boulders play 100 games in about 110 days over the summer (50 home games/50 away games) and we are looking for two baseball-loving, reliable, dedicated interns to help us manage the home/visitors/umpires clubhouses during the home games. 

Interested candidates should send  a cover letter and resume to:
 
Lori A. Rahaim, MEd, ATC/L
Head Athletic Trainer
St. Thomas Aquinas College
125 Route 340
Sparkill, New York 10976
(845)398-4057 - office
(845)304-3177 - cell
(845)398-4071 - fax
lrahaim@stac.edu

Chef de Partie - Dinner Lab

February 17, 2015
Chef de Partie
Location: Philadelphia, PA Type: Part Time to Full Time Min.
Experience: Mid Level
Company Description

Dinner Lab is a membership-based dinner club that provides a platform for up-and-coming chefs to create their ideal menu for one evening. We have two dinners a week—each with a different chef, menu, and location. We remove the trappings of the traditional restaurant and strip back the dining experience to its most raw and essential form through three key ingredients:

Great people
Unique food
Unconventional venues

We are all about connecting diners with local chefs, companies we admire, and places we love to create a community that shares the common bond of food and drink.
Our organization is expanding quickly; we are actively searching for team members who will grow with us and continue to provide unique dining experiences for our guests.
 
Position Description
Dinner Lab is looking for part-time Chefs de Partie to grow its back of house staff.  The Chef de Partie  will work closely with the Chef de Cuisine and the guest chefs to plan, prep, and execute our dinners. This is an excellent opportunity for the chef the partie to build relationships with our network of guest chefs, as well as gain exposure to different cuisines and new techniques at each event. This role is a 25-30 hr/week time commitment but we are flexible and able to accommodate unique schedules.
 
Responsibilities
Assist Chef de Cuisine and Guest Chef with food preparation in days leading up to events
Coordinate with Event Manager and Chef de Cuisine to set up the kitchen area in our event spaces
Work closely with Chef de Cuising and Guest Chef to execute impeccable service during events--cooking, plating, etc.
Participate in quick, clean break-down of event space once the dinner is over
 
Skills and experience
At least one year of experience in the restaurant industry
We are happy to train culinary students
Ability to take initiative and proactively solve problems on your own, and as part of a team
Virgo: strong attention to detail, extremely organized, and high standards for your own and others' work
Ability to effectively take direction, but also lead a team when necessary
Effective communicator
Flexibility: demonstrated ability to adapt quickly to changing responsibilities and personalities
Creative: ability to make orange juice from Meyer lemons
Available to work nights and weekends
 

Chef - People's Emergency Center

February 17, 2015

Chef Position

Job Description
Overall responsibility: manage all aspects of kitchen operations
• Oversee recipe quality, consistency, and cost controls
• Insure that kitchen complies with all regulations, including but not limited to sanitation, occupational safety, required postings, anti-discrimination policies, labor regulations, and license and inspection
• Train, develop, and supervise a high-quality work force
• Maintain a collegial, productive, and cooperative workplace
• Regularly interact with student-customers for menu input
• Regularly interact with administrative and teaching personnel for menu input
• Test new recipes
• Prepare catering event menus
• Timely submit all required operational reports and data
• Represent enterprise and network with other community chefs (institutional and restaurant)
• Professional development – stay abreast of industry trends and attend local food and culinary events
 
To apply, eamil: jaykopel@gmail.com

Program Manager - People's Emergency Center

February 17, 2015

Fresh Start Foods Project Manager

Department: PEC Food Access Initiative
Classification: Exempt
Reports to: to be decided

JOB DESCRIPTION

Summary:
The work will be to help plan and actualize PEC’s food access initiative, and work as the general manager of the resulting enterprise(s). The starting point is establishing a school lunch program that employs the Fresh Start Foods business model. In the first year, the general manager will oversee the entire process of recruiting and training workers for the program.

First Year Program Outcomes:
• Two self-sufficient sites that employ program features and achieve program objectives;
• A working group to plan and actualize on a continuing basis a community approach to food accessibility, with team components and funds in place to sustain the program’s work;
• Evaluate the classroom learning related to basic job readiness skills, principles of nutrition and meal planning, food safety and sanitation, equipment, customer service, and recipe development;
• Significant career development, placement assistance, and access to important networking opportunities within the culinary arts and food services industry that will help graduates find employment, pursue higher education or launch a start-up business; and
• A productive group culture and high-quality work standards.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Select, nurture, and develop enterprise staff – staff hiring, firing, work schedules, evaluations, wages and benefits;
• Develop business relationships for PEC’s school meal catering enterprise, working to obtain contracts and secure vendors to supply meals to local and regional charter and private schools;
• Develop and nurture relationships with allied organizations (e.g., Drexel University School of Culinary Arts, The Enterprise Center);
• Stay current with market trends, issues and daily operations of other culinary programs;
• Contribute ideas and recommend new methods that maximize operational efficiencies;
• Collaborate with team members to develop and update culinary training material;
• Manage public relations – local community, media, key organizations;
• Assist in annual budget process and capital forecasting;
• Oversee implementation of the community access plan;
• Ensure compliance with quality standards, program requirements, and government regulations; and
• Demonstrate positive leadership characteristics that empower and inspire.

Competencies:
• Talent Management Skills
• Oral and Written Communications
• Entrepreneurial
• Business Management - startup, operations, compliance, finance, and planning
• Participant/Customer Orientation
• Results Orientation
• Problem Solving
• Initiative
• Relationship Building
• Team Management Skills
• Organizational Skills

Required Education and Experience:
• Bachelor’s degree in Hospitality, Food Service Management, Business or equivalent field
• At least 4 years of experience in a senior role in a culinary environment;
• Excellent organizational, interpersonal and administrative skills; and
• Proficiency in Microsoft office and database software.

Preferred Education and Experience:
• Master’s degree in Business, Hospitality, Food Service Management, or equivalent field;
• Substantial experience with business development and project start up; and
• Experience with job creation.

Contact:
For immediate consideration for this position, please e-mail your resume to: jaykopel@gmail.com

PT Culinary Specialist - Hamilton Beach

February 17, 2015
Culinary Specialist – Part-Time
Hamilton Beach Brands, Inc., a leading designer, marketer, and distributor of small household and commercial appliances, is seeking local candidates for a part-time opportunity as a Culinary Specialist located at our headquarters office in Innsbrook Corporate Park.  

Duties include:
Develop and execute product test protocol for HBB’s Only-the-Best Brand products working with our Consumer Test Kitchen team
Collaborate with product development teams on Use and Care development
Research, create, and test recipes
Develop and evaluate culinary technique content for publication in various media outlets
Participate in out-of-office media/retailer facing PR events to provide credible culinary expertise

Requirements include:
2-5 Years’ culinary experience including recipe creation and testing is required; experience with nutrition analysis software is desired
A degree or certification in culinary arts, food science, or restaurant management is highly desired
Must have competent knife skills; product testing experience is desired; ServSafe Certification desired
Excellent interpersonal, communication, organizational and presentation skills are required
Work history must show the ability to work in a collaborative team environment
Strong skills and abilities with MS Office Suite are required

We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package.  Our employees enjoy working in a tobacco-free and drug-free environment.   We do not consider candidates who use tobacco products.  Females, minorities, military veterans, and disabled individuals are encouraged to apply. 

Interested, please apply to:  https://home2.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=15998252

Multiple Positions - Carlino's Specialty Foods

Carlinos Specialty Foods is looking for candidates to fill positions in both our Ardmore and West Chester locations.
 
We are currently in need of Cheese Mongers, Bread Bakers, and possibly Marketing Associates with a background in food.

 
For more information and to appy, please visit http://www.carlinosmarket.com/careers

Processing Supervisor - Chelton House Products

February 16, 2015

Chelten House Products, Inc. is a fourth generation, familyowned, food industry manufacturer, with facilities in New Jersey and Nevada, that is an industry leader known to be the total solution for food companies requiring private label, valueadded quality sauces and dressings. Chelten House is widely recognized for its all natural and organic expertise and our commitment to creating and manufacturing the finest tasting pasta sauces, salad dressings, salsas, ketchups, mustards and host of other sauces and blends. We continually use the highest standards of Quality and Safety with the sole purpose of serving our customers with products that provide a value.

The Chelten House Team radiates our commitment to our customers,demonstrated in our dedication to high quality service and to highlevel team work. Every team member contributes to our success with their “cando" attitude, positive demeanor and their untiring work ethic to get the job done and get the job done well. We have a passion to be the best and actively demonstrating a genuine consideration for the work that we do, the customers we serve and the coworkerswe work with every day. Our ultimate goal is to be the best business partner for everyone we come in contact with.


Be Part of the Team

Our New Jersey operation is currently in need of a Processing Supervisor. This position will be expected to:

Responsibilities include:

Performs departmental oversight in conjunction with and also in absence of the Processing Manager
Supports the development, implementation and the compliance of policies, standard operating procedures and GMP protocols for the department.
Responsible to uphold the safety standards for the department and to train and maintain regular oversight of staff to ensure the safe operation of equipment and safe performance of job functions.
Monitors productivity standards; supports the scheduling and direction of daily operation; participates in process evaluation and contributes to process improvement.
Sets performance standards for assigned staff and actively participates in the interview, hiring, coaching, mentoring,disciplining and termination processes.
Manages the Wonderware System, performs regular data entry; creates, updates and audits recipe entry to system;performs tracking and analytical assessment of data reflecting departmental performance.
Collaborates and acts as liaison between other management team members and departments to include R&D, Quality,Warehouse/Raw Materials and Maintenance for purpose of gaining information, resources and general support for
department functioning, process troubleshooting and problem resolution.
Handles payroll processing in absence of the department manager; performs administrative support functions when assigned.
Other duties as assigned


Job Requirements
Minimum Two (2) years processing experience in a manufacturing environment.
Will consider Bachelor’s degree with (1) one year relevant work experience
Experience in food manufacturing industry is strongly preferred.
Must have prior supervisory experience
Strong communication skills
Proficient in computers especially Microsoft Excel
Must be detailoriented, ability to multitask in a fastpaced
environment

Apply through CareerBuilder: http://www.careerbuilder.com/jobseeker/jobs/jobdetails.aspx?showNewJDP=yes&job_did=JHN6S663YNLVMY0M9MS&sc_cmp1=JS_JDP_PrintableJob&pf=%E2%80%A6

Prep Cooks & Line Cooks - Tired Hands Brewing Company

February 13, 2015

Tired Hands Brewing Company is now accepting applications for cooks and kitchen personnel for our new Fermentaria location. Our new menu requires that appropriate technique be executed to the highest standard. The highest quality work is absolutely critical to uphold our commitment to artisanal craftsmanship. In this position you will focus on our taco-centric menu and learn how to operate within a true team environment.

Our goal is to simply make food that tastes good - whether it be meats prepared low & slow or dishes that allow seasonal produce to speak for itself.

Really great & unique tacos. Simple & minimally prepared seafood. Food of quality. Food that matches the same elevated level of experimentation & creativity as our beer. Equal inspiration from Mexican street food & modern cooking. Food & flavors without limit.

Requirements:
An unwavering commitment to self-improvement.
Willingness to learn, and to uphold standards of excellence at all times.
Minimum of 2 years or experience or educational equivalent required.
Ability and willingness to follow directions precisely.Must be able to repeatedly lift up to 50lbs. to waist level, repeatedly lift up to 25lbs. over your head, work on your feet for up to 8 consecutive hours, and carry supplies up and down stairs without difficulty.
Highly developed understanding of ingredients, techniques, and operations of high-end cooking.
Logic.
Serious attention to detail (the more specific and minute without losing sight of the big picture, the better!)Must have meticulous cleaning and proper food handling standards.
Serve safe certification a plus!
A positive attitude is essential.
A demonstrated history of being punctual and reliable (please provide references!)
Must have meticulous cleaning and proper food handling standards.
Experience with front of house operations is very good.Well-developed communication skills (show us in your well-crafted cover letter!)
Self-awareness and self-accountability: we hold ourselves to high standards, all candidates should do the same without being forced by their superiors to do so.
Flexible schedule and availability to work weekends and late nights.
Work ethic can't be taught.
Must be able to work at least 35 hours per week.

For more information and to apply please email:

Bill Braun
Executive Chef
Tired Hands Brewing Company
bill@tiredhands.com

Common Table Restaurant Manager - The Enterprise Center

February 13, 2015

Position Description

The Enterprise Center Community Development Corporation (TEC-CDC) is seeking a self-motivated individual for the position of Common Table Restaurant Operations Manager. Common Table is a 1,445 square-foot retail space that will serve as a restaurant incubator for food entrepreneurs and a shell for pop-up restaurants. Through this project aspiring restaurateurs with varying experience levels will have the opportunity to test their sit-down restaurant concepts and pilot their businesses in a fully-functioning retail space. There will be a program-side which will simultaneously provide restaurateurs with exposure to an array of important restaurant business resources, including technical assistance, business plan writing practice, and credit repair. The Restaurant Operations Manager lead day-to-day operations of the restaurant including orientation and policy development in the early stages of this new concept space.

Duties and Responsibilities:
• Ensure the safety of people working at Common Table and the food produced in the restaurant.
• Oversee Common Table’s sous chef and servers, including helping the staff prepare for each new chef.
• Hire, train, and communicate job expectations which include the enforcement of policies and procedures.
• Prepare staffing and restaurant cleaning schedules. • Plan menus by consulting with chefs; estimates food costs and profits; adjusts menus. • Control costs by reviewing budgets, purchasing, waste while ensuring high quality of food preparation. • Responsible for interior environment, including lighting, sounds, sanitation, and general maintenance and upkeep.
• Work with TEC-CDC staff to maintain safe, secure, and healthy environment by establishing, following, and enforcing sanitation standards and procedures; complying with legal regulations; securing revenues; developing and implementing disaster plans; maintaining security and sprinkler systems; maintaining parking lot and walkways.
• Reconcile receipts at the end of each business day and work with accounting staff with regards to financial transactions.
• Orient new and rotating chefs to the kitchen, sous chef and servers.
• Assist with the transition of servers from Common Table to new employment opportunities.
• Assist TEC-CDC staff with marketing and communication of program and restaurant.
• Work in partnership with TEC-CDC staff on events and opportunities for collaboration.
• Provide coaching and mentoring of fellows during their on service time.

Recommended qualifications are as follows:
• 5-7+ years experience in the food or hospitality industry, with at 2+ years experience at a management level.
• Experience with food business start-ups, food product development, restaurant management, catering management, commercial food purchasing, and institutional food service procurement will all be given special consideration.
• Strong “coaching” abilities for emerging fellows, including the ability to listen to, empathize with, set attainable goals for, and guide/motivate food entrepreneurs.
• Demonstrated financial and operational management abilities.
• Excellent network of food industry professionals.
• Excellent knowledge of licensing and regulatory requirements for restaurants.
• Ability to work with people from a range of educational, socioeconomic, and racial backgrounds.
• Special consideration given to candidates with experience in the local, sustainable food sector.

TEC-CDC operates programs that aim to create sustainable neighborhoods through social development and implement physical redevelopment projects that spark economic revitalization by rebuilding infrastructure and creating jobs. Initiatives include: the Dorrance H. Hamilton Center for Culinary Enterprises, West Philly Foods Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Program, the 52nd Street Initiative, and TEC-CDC Community Leaders Program.

Please send a pdf copy of your resume and cover letter to jeffw@theenterprisecenter.com. No phone calls please!

Account Manager - Miami Heat

February 11, 2015
Organization: Miami Heat
Position Title: Account Manager, Sales
Reports to: Group Sales Manager; Vice President, Ticket Sales Location: Miami, FL
Search Contact: Prodigy Sports

PLEASE DO NOT MAKE DIRECT CONTACT WITH MIAMI HEAT REGARDING THIS POSITION AS DOING SO WILL DRAMATICALLY IMPACT CONSIDERATION OF YOUR QUALIFICATIONS. ALL INTERESTED CANDIDATES SHOULD DIRECTLY CONTACT PRODIGY SPORTS.

BACKGROUND Account Manager, Sales is responsible with the selling of season and group tickets, partial plans, holiday plans, and premium sales.
 
RESPONSIBILITIES
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The following are examples of the various functions required. The job requirements are not limited to the items on this list.
1. Prospect new sales opportunities through the sale of season and group tickets, partial plans, holiday plans, and premium seats.
2. Generates new sales through telemarketing, by making 50 calls a day.
3. Generates new sales by setting at least 8 outside appointments a week.
4. Must be eager and willing to work with other team members on our staff.
5. Develop and maintain call logs on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis.
6. Work with Ticket Sales Manager to establish monthly and annual goals.
7. Develop and implement tracking system for each account.
8. Maintain Smartsell database for communicating with contacts, including mailing lists, fax numbers and e-mail.
9. Disseminate all pertinent information to responsible parties within the HEAT Group and other partners.
10. Work on special projects that multi-task across various departments.
12. Build loyalty and develop strong relationships with new and current customers.
13. Work extended and/or irregular hours including nights, weekends and holidays as needed.
14. Attend NBA, and AmericanAirlines Arena events as scheduled.
15. Assist other departments as necessary.
16. Staff Ticket Sales Tables during Arena/Game events as well as outside functions such as luncheons, business shows, conventions, etc.
 
QUALIFICATIONS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Education and/or Experience
Associate’s degree (A. A.) or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
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Language Skills
Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations. Ability to write reports, create mini business plans, business correspondence, and procedure manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from customers.

Mathematical Skills
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.

Reasoning Ability
Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables.

Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 10 pounds.

Work Environment
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to high, precarious places. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate except when working events (games, concerts, etc.), the noise level is loud.

CONTACT INFO:
Qualified candidates should send a resume and cover letter detailing interest to:
www.prodigysports.net - or email us – info@prodigysports.net
 
 

Intern - Ashfield Meetings and Events

February 11, 2015
Ashfield Meetings and Events is seeking - A passionate and high-energy Intern for our Ivyland, Pennsylvania office. We
need a TEAM PLAYER with an eye for detail, the ability to work in a fast-paced environment, problem-solver, with a great sense of humor, who is willing to work hard, but in a fun environment with a team of people who are inspired to deliver exceptional service in an exceptional way.
 
What do we need you to do - The primary responsibility for this role is to assist the events team with delivering exceptional, successful, profitable events.  Additionally, as an Intern you will be involved in aspects of pre & post meeting planning and/or on-site logistical expertise. We need you to effectively support and be part of a team of people who are committed to working to the highest possible standard, to ensure overall client satisfaction.

Key Responsibilities:

On-Site Meetings
Assist with the invitation & attendee management process including meeting registration, air travel, housing & ground transportation, as required
Ensure accurate database management & reporting
Support  business critical deadlines are met for each program
Assist with the production of on-site meeting materials including name badges and welcome packets
Liaise with housing, DMC and other vendors to communicate pertinent delegate information 
Ensure Project Executive has current database reports for client meetings and project management
Support preparation of supportive meeting planning materials for client planning meetings
Independently creating effective solutions, where required
Assist with client expectations and communicate requests to Project Executive
 
Delegate Duties
 
Support Delegate requests and communicate program and logistical information
Help with attendee communications and timelines associated with communications
Assist with housing lists based on delegate information and cross-referencing data sources
 
All resumes can be sent directly to donna.ferretti@ashfieldhealthcare.com.

R&D Product Development Intern - Pinnacle Foods

February 11, 2015

Pinnacle Foods is a maker, marketer and distributor of branded food products that have been American favorites for decades. Our employees located in more than 20 offices and plants across North America rally around our mission, Reinvigorating Iconic Brands. We work to transform our brands to be more profitable for our customers and more enjoyable for our consumers.

At Pinnacle Foods, every employee has the opportunity to make an impact—from marketing and research & development, to manufacturing, finance and sales—each function plays a critical role in our success. By living our values of trust, candor and ownership we create great relationships that help us deliver results and drive meaningful change for our brands and business

SCOPE OF POSITION:
Independently conduct food product development project under supervision of Manager in the Department of Research and Development, Duncan Hines Grocery Division.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Design and execute experiments in support of project using recognized procedures.
2. Conduct sensory evaluation, shelf life studies and analytical measurements.
3. Interpret test results and identify and execute next steps.
4. Determine technical risks and recommend contingency plans.
5. Utilize project management tools to plan, execute and document project progress.
6. Interface with cross functional team members in order to accomplish project objectives on time including Quality, Packaging Development, Marketing, Market Research , Operations and Finance.
7. Ensure costs of ingredients are in line with established financial guidelines.
8. Generate and maintain accurate and complete records including official lab notebook and utilization of on-line specification system as needed.
9. Utilize internal and external information to problem solve.
10. Conduct and structure project presentation to department management at conclusion of internship.
11. Perform other R&D duties as assigned.


QUALIFICATIONS:
• Demonstrated  basic skills in food product formulation.
• Knowledge of ingredient functionality.
• Ability to multitask, organized, detail oriented, flexible to changing priorities.
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office tools.
• Good written and verbal communication skills

EDUCATION:
• Enrolled in accredited  Food Science  program or equivalent
EXPERIENCE:
Demonstrated success leading projects independently or in groups.

The internship will last ten weeks from June 2015- August 2015 and will be based out of our Parsippany, NJ office.  The interns will be working a 40 hour work week.   The interns will have to be able to commute to the office for the duration of their internship.    The internship is paid. 
 
Students can apply  directly to the email address: Sachi.sirur@pinnaclefoods.com

Pinnacle Foods is an Affirmative Action/EEO Employer – qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to protected veteran or disability status, race/color, religion, gender, national origin, age or any other legally protected basis.

Interns - Marriott Vacations Worldwide

February 10, 2015
SUMMER 2015 Internship

Are you ready to grow your dream career while making others' vacation dreams come true? Marriott Vacations Worldwide is a world premier organization for Vacation Ownership with resorts at destinations around the globe. Join our team and help deliver unforgettable experiences that make vacation dreams come true.
 
We are currently looking for an interns at the following locations:

• Marriott’s Fairway Villas, Galloway Township, NJ
• Marriott’s Manor Club at Ford’s Colony, Williamsburg, VA
• Marriott’s Legend’s Edge at Baypoint, Panama City Beach, FL
• Marriott’s OceanWatch Villas at Grande Dunes, Myrtle Beach, SC
• Marriott’s Barony Beach Club, Hilton Head Island, SC
• Marriott’s SurfWatch, Hilton Head Island, SC
• Marriott’s Grande Ocean Resort, Hilton Head Island, SC
• Marriott’s SeaPines Resort, Hilton Head Island, SC (Monarch Beach Resort, Heritage Club, and Harbour Club)
• Marriott’s Shelter Cove, Hilton Head Island, SC

The College Internship Program is available in the following departments:

• Front Office
• Guest Relations/Loss Prevention
• Activities/Recreation
• Housekeeping
• Food & Beverage

COMPANY DESCRIPTION
Marriott Vacation Club®
Marriott Vacation Club is a global leader in the vacation ownership industry and highly regarded for its quality and unique flexibility. The more than 50 Marriott Vacation Club properties throughout the United States, Caribbean, Europe and Asia offer a lifetime of memorable vacations to more than 413,000 Owner families and feature 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom villas with spacious interiors. In 2010, the Marriott Vacation Club Destinations™ program was introduced offering unmatched experiences and unparalleled flexibility through the use of Vacation Club Points in four Collections that can be tailored to fit an Owner's travel needs.

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
Offered at U.S. based resorts and Corporate Headquarters the College Internship Program is an immersion program offering participants work experience in one specific department within a resort.  Interns will participate in the following activities; comprehensive onboarding, operational duties within their assigned department, eLearning, and virtual meetings with company leaders, job shadowing, and a business case project. 
 
The College Internship Program is designed to last 3-6 months depending upon the participant’s availability and the needs of the property.  The participants should expect to work a full time schedule in this program.  All College Internships are paid at an hourly wage.
 
Successful College Interns will be given a high level of consideration when applying for future career opportunities with Marriott Vacation Club.
 
JOB SUMMARY
Participants will be expected to learn and preform the job duties of the position(s) within their assigned department.  For example, in a Front Office Internship the participant may be expected to learn and master role of a Guest Services Agent in addition to opportunities to learn aspects of the At Your Service Agent, Rooms Controller, and Supervisor.  Interns may also be involved in department projects.
Participants will also learn components of what drives Guest Satisfaction and Associate Engagement on site will have opportunities to contribute to these important matters. Interns will be introduced to and have the opportunity to demonstrate the company’s values and core beliefs. 

JOB REQUIREMENTS

Education
• Candidate should be pursuing a college degree.
• It is preferred that the candidate is actively pursuing a degree in Hospitality or Business.  Candidates who have an undecided major may also be considered.

Experience
• Prior Hospitality or Resort Operations experience preferred.
• Past Interns who are interested in completing an additional internship will be considered first.  Previous performance rating will be taken into consideration.
Standards of Dress & Grooming
• All interns must maintain a neat, clean and well-groomed appearance per Marriott Vacations Worldwide Corporation Policy HR-EMP-19 Standards of Appearance.
• All interns for whom a uniform has been provided must wear the appropriate uniform.  Uniforms must be neat and clean at all times. Alterations to uniforms are allowed only if prior approval has been obtained from a supervisor/manager. Missing buttons should be replaced and tears or holes repaired before the uniform is worn.
• Non-uniformed interns should dress with good business taste and in clothing appropriate to their jobs.  Good business taste does not include blue jeans, shorts, spandex pants, tank tops, midriffs, halter tops, or other generally recognized casual sportswear.  Dress or skirt length should be no shorter than four inches above the knee.  All interns must wear proper undergarments. Corporate office interns must adhere to policy EMP-20 Corporate Office Business Dress Guidelines.

How to apply for this position:

To apply, you will need to visit our website at: www.mvwcareers.com; click on the “College Programs” section; and then click on “Current Openings”; and finally click on “Search”. This will bring up all the positions that are open within our company for internships. Please apply for the position in the East Region (requisition number: 8978). Please also email Emily Emery, Talent Acquisition Manager at: emily.emery@vacationclub.com  once you have applied online.

Kitchen Positions - Matyson

Matyson Restaurant, a pioneer in the hugely popular BYOB scene in Philadelphia, is currently looking for culinary school students and grads to join our amazing culinary team.  We are an American restaurant specializing in eclectic and contemporary cuisine backed In French technique with modern flourishes.

We are committed to using local produce and livestock whenever possible. One feature that sets us apart from the pack is our weekly tasting menu that showcases whatever is fresh and in season. The themes can range from lobster to vanilla.

Ideal candidates will possess the following qualifications:  

Must be able to read and follow recipes accordingly, with strength in consistency 
Must be prompt and timely with a strong sense of urgency and prioritization 
Must work clean and organized to our standard
Must provide own knives (sharp) and cooking tools
Must have good knife skills 
Must be cool and calm under pressure while being able to maintain consistency 
Must be able to handle high-volume cookery 
Must be quick on prep and multitasking 
Must be respectful and well mannered 
Must have a desire and passion to continuously learn and develop as a cook 
Must have a strong team work ethic
 
Qualified candidates please send a resume and a brief explanation of why you would be interested in working at Matyson to Chef BV Nguyen at matysonrestaurant@gmail.com

We look forward to meeting you!

Interns - World Amateur Baseball Series

February 6, 2015

Perfect Game Super25 and World Amateur Baseball Series have several opportunities for hard working, professionals looking to add valuable experience to their resumes and overall background. Perfect Game Super25 and World Amateur Baseball Series are the leaders in showcase and tournament events at all age levels, and conducts a series of such events all year long, with the majority of these events taking place from late March through late October. This program requires long hours, evenings and weekends.
The top players from across the country, as well Canada, Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic, use these events as a way to gain exposure in front of MLB scouts and college recruiters while playing with and against their peers.

The Perfect Game Super25 and World Amateur Baseball Series internships provide an excellent opportunity for candidates to learn scouting and scouting terminology while also receiving a platform in which the interns can meet individuals from the scouting and college recruiting community. Several former interns are now serving key roles for Perfect Game Super25 and World Amateur Baseball Series and/or have moved on to professional scouting careers as a result of this opportunity.

• All interns are responsible for their own housing in the Voorhees, New Jersey area. All interns are responsible for their own housing.  Our office is located in Voorhees, NJ.
• Interns must be able to come to work a minimum of 5 days a week.
• When on the road for an event, all travel, lodging and appropriate meals will be covered.
• Internships will go from May 15 through August 15.
• All interns will receive a base compensation of $500 a month 
 
Roles and Responsibilities

Admin:
Receptionist duties, Organizing Event Data; Phone coverage/Customer service; coordinating travel & event registration; maintain office supplies & order of office

Marketing:
Perform administrative duties to support the marketing and sales teams. For example, they make photo copies, help assemble sales and marketing proposals, answer and route client phone calls, and distribute marketing material to employees and customers. Other duties include staffing registration tables at events, putting together shipments, formatting mailing lists, submitting internal web requests and forms, and formatting newsletters.

Finance:
Work under the guidance of finance to perform basic administrative duties. In some cases, an experienced or a qualified intern could perform entry-level staff duties. An internalso could make journal entries into accounting ledgers or calculate sales taxes due.

Journalism:
Write stories and articles about our events. Also, they can write bio's or features on standout players.
Baseball Ops/ Sports Management:
Assist US Assistant Directors and Assistant Regional Directors in organizing all of the events throughout the country. Duties will consist of phone calls to event managers, update event trackers on daily basis, facilitate communication between various levels of staff.

Information Technology:
Support the IT team in the maintenance of hardware, software and other systems. They must troubleshoot issues with equipment like printers, computers and servers. They run software updates backups when requested. May participate in the development of new desktops, servers or applications. They may research hosting options and report pricing and system options to supervisors. They may also research unusual bugs or issues the company may encounter.

To Apply:
Please send the following to Gary Wilson at gwilson@theseries.com

-Cover letter
-Resume
-Why we should select for for this internship position

Academic Assistant - Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation

February 6, 2015
 
Ed Snider Youth Hockey Foundation is seeking acadmic assistnat to track and monitor student performance.
REPORTS TO:    Academic Coordinator

HOURS:     Average of 20-25 Hours per Week (Seasonal Variations)

QUALIFICATIONS:
All applicants must have a minimum of a High School Diploma in order to be considered for the position, Bachelor’s degree preferred. Successful candidates will be those who have experience working with children, particularly within an academic and athletic environment. Applicants must be reliable and possess a general willingness to assume all required responsibilities by performing all assigned tasks. It is especially important that candidates are comfortable working in a fast-paced and high-profile environment. Attention to detail and strong communication skills are critical. Advanced computer skills are needed and proficiency with Microsoft Office applications is essential. Finally, the applicant must pass a Pennsylvania Child Abuse Clearance prior to obtaining the position.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
General responsibilities will include taking a lead role with tracking and monitoring report card collection data and monitoring student performance. Academic Assistants assist with all academic activities at their respective sites.  The Academic Assistant will also provide administrative support with various academic projects while connecting players with appropriate academic support resources.  The Academic Assistant plays a vital role in spreading the Foundation’s core values of education, responsibility, hard work, and giving back. The successful candidate will take pride in mentoring participants to become productive citizens who give back to their communities.
 

Culinary Arts Director - Camp Laurel

February 6, 2015

Camp Laurel, one of New England's premier residential summer camps in Maine, seeks a Culinary Arts Director for the summer of 2015.
 
Chef Camp, our incredible Culinary Arts facility and program, teaches the wonderful world of cooking to children ages 7-15.
 
The director will manage the program and a staff of six in our ChefCamp Kitchen. The director is responsible for setting up, planning an executing three 2-hour classes per day and various special events and programs.

For a sneak-peak of our Inter-Arts program, please check out this short video: Inter-Arts at Camp Laurel<http://camplaurel.us1.list-manage.com/track/click?u=23b8890d4d17c8c5c8659a33a&id=57f5027de5&e=4a4917df7b>
 
We are seeking applicants with formal culinary training and a passion for working with kids. Dates are mid-June to mid-August with excellent salary and travel allowance included.

If you or anyone you know may be interested in this position, please contact Tim at tim@camplaurel.com or call 203.227.8866.

For more information or to apply online, visit our website at www.camplaurel.com.

Food Scientist - RFI LLC

February 5, 2015

RFI LLC, based in Blauvelt, NY, is a manufacturer of innovative natural ingredients for the food, functional food and dietary supplement industries. The company, which was formed in 1989, specializes in the supply of quality ingredients (including certified-organic) and proprietary formulations, building on its global partnerships and in-house applications laboratory. We are currently seeking a Food scientist.

Job Description:
• Involve in formulation design, cost calculation, ingredient sourcing coordination, application, sample preparation and new product scale up coordination for powdered drink, liquid drink and color projects.
• Assist production and quality team in new product scale up
• Evaluate potential supplier
• Shelf life and stability studies
• Sensory evaluation
• Application lab maintenance

Requirement:
• BA/BS in Food Science with 1-2 years’ experience or M. S. in Food Science
• Ability to work in a fast paced multitasking environment
• Knowledge of color, flavor, and dietary supplement application.
• Familiarity with nutraceutical products and their application desirable.
• Industrial Experience is preferred.

Please e-mail you resume and salary requirement to Application Manager Afra Yeh at:                            afray@rfiingredients.com

Catering Manager - Sodexo (Drexel University)

February 2, 2015
Sodexo is seeking a Catering Manager 2 for Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA.  Drexel is a large Prestigious University where Sodexo manages a high volume, high profile food operations exceeding $27 million.  SodexoMAGIC at Drexel represents a partnership of Sodexo and Magic Johnson enterprises, two global brands that operate at peak performance.  

Drexel University has approximately 18,000 students enrolled in a trimester program that include a strong internship program. Sodexo at Drexel operates a student dining programs, many food retail units and a premier catering program.
 
The Catering Manager 2 will lead a premier catering program with a managed volume up to 4 million. The catering manager 2 will focus exclusively on catering operations including:

Staffing
Equipment ordering and inventory
Hiring, training of FOH staff members
Safety and sanitation program
Hands-on event management
 
Most qualified candidate will have experience leading teams and managing a unionized workforce, knowledge of inventory, ordering, safety and sanitation training. A culinary background will be helpful in this role.
 
We are seeking an experienced high energy innovative leader to join our team. The Catering Manager 2 works closely with client customers, Executive Chefs, and Catering Director to exceed guest expectations and deliver outstanding food quality. Learn more about Sodexo catering at Drexel here http://www.chestnutstreetcaterers.com/
 
Conference Center, Hotel or campus catering background will be a plus for this role. This is a year round position with a varied schedule that will include evenings and some weekend/ holiday management coverage.
 
Sodexo Campus Services - committed to enhancing the learning environment on campus through world-class food and facilities services and we welcome you to join our team with this career opportunity
 
Basic Education Requirement - High School Diploma or GED
 
Basic Management Experience - 1 year
Basic Functional Experience - 1 year work experience in food or culinary services including restaurants, fast food, vending, catering services, institutional services, mall food courts, etc.
Sodexo will require a background check and may require a drug screen for this position. Sodexo is an EEO/AA/Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran employer.
 
For addtional information, please contact:
 
Agnès Randazzo
Director of Catering
Chestnut Street Caterers
Drexel University
3210 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, Pa 19104
 
Email:agnes.leclercq-randazzo@sodexo.com
 

 

Event Chef - Jimmy Duffy Catering

February 2, 2015

Jimmy Duffy Catering is looking for part time, experienced event chefs for up coming spring season. Must have knowledge of how to set up and break down a kitchen, manage kitchen staff, and execute menu in a timely manner. Hourly wage based on experience.

Please send resume to mzaslow@jimmyduffy.com       

Game Day Sales Associates - Philadelphia Union

February 2, 2015

The Philadelphia Union has openings for Game Day Sales Associates.  The position is part-time from March through October.  The position usually comprises two home games per month plus special events. 

For more information and to apply, visit the website:

http://mls.teamworkonline.com/teamwork/r.cfm?i=76721

Staff Positions - Brick and Mortar

January 28, 2015

Brick and Mortar is a restaurant and tavern opening in the Loft District in Philadelphia this February. We are seeking intelligent and driven students to assist in areas of production, preparation and service.
 
Please contact Brian Ricci at ricci.brianp@gmail.com

Internship - Greater Philadelphia Life Sciences Congress

January 26, 2015
 
INTERNSHIP DESCRIPTION (NON-PAID)
 
Title: GPLSC/PHLCVB Intern    Division/Department: Life Science Congress
Reports to: LSC Executive Director   FLSA Status:  Not Applicable
Salary Grade: Not Applicable    Last Revision Date: May 9, 2014
 
PRIMARY GOAL:
This internship with the Greater Philadelphia Life Sciences Congress (LSC) provides support services to the Executive Director of the Life Sciences Congress and its Coordinator.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Serve as an assistant to the LSC Coordinator
• Perform industry research as assigned
• Assist in maintaining a web based database
• Work closely with the LSC Coordinator and the PHLCVB Communications Department to maintain
 LSC web page
• Assist in identifying new opportunities for life sciences convention and meetings
• Performs other duties as assigned
REQUIREMENTS:
• Public Relations, Marketing, Communications, Hospitality or some Business major field of study required
• Strong communication skills
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
• Creativity and Flexibility
• Initiative and Drive
• Organized and manages time well
• Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal skills
• Must be a team player
• Ability to travel to sites around the city
• Commitment to PCVB mission to promote Philadelphia as a world-class center for life sciences meetings, conventions and businesses.
• Self-motivated, proactive problem solver
• Strong analytical and quantitative skills
• Ability to use Microsoft Office applications to design and structure reports
• Excellent interpersonal skills – ability to interact with staff, volunteers, board members, corporate officials, professionals in government, academia and the non-profit sector.
• Strong planning and organizational skills
• Knowledge of computer software applications in word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentation software (MSWord, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, iDSS) a plus

QUALIFICATIONS:
Current enrollment in a four-year college/university or graduate program, with two years previously completed. All positions are unpaid; however you must be completing this internship for college credit.  Interns will receive great experience and access to the vast network of PHLCVB contacts.

PROJECTS MAY INCLUDE:
• Attend activities hosted by PHLLife/PHLCVB
• Participate at activities hosted by PHLLife/PHLCVB
• Job shadow department assigned to learn how the department functions in PHLLife/PHLCVB
• Review websites to find travel information
• Participates in research projects
• Assisting with event production
 
Physical Demands
The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb stairs; balance; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl; talk or hear; taste or smell. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

Work Environment
Work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is not exposed to weather conditions.   The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

This internship description is not intended to be all inclusive.  You will perform other reasonable related duties as assigned by your immediate supervisor(s).  The administration reserves the right to change or revise the internship duties and responsibilities as the need arises.
 
Contact:
Damali N. Stansbury
Convention Sales Coordinator
 
Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau
1601 Market Street | Suite 200 | Philadelphia, PA 19103
Damali@discoverPHL.com | p 215-636-3475 | f 267-479-6375

Interns - Caesars Entertainment

January 23, 2015

Caesars Entertainment has opportunities for internships at Bally’s, Caesars and Harrah’s casino hotels in Atlantic City for the Summer 2015.

These internships take place from 6/1/15 to approximately 8/6/15.  

Hospitality Juniors and Seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or more, however we do consider Sophomores and Freshmen. 

The students will need to keep in mind the following:

• Interested students must apply before February 20th to www.caesars.com – Find Careers and search the New Jersey properties and click on Harrah’s to view the Student Internship postings.  Apply as directed.
• Phone interviews will take place between 2/23/15 and 2/27/15.
• Group interviews (in Atlantic City) will be on 3/14/15 (students will arrive the night before).
 
Appropriate business attire required for interviews and internship.

Production Manager - Kermit's Bake Shoppe

January 22, 2015
We are a bake shoppe located in South Philly that specializes in nostalgic offerings. Our exciting bake shoppe is looking for our Yoda to guide our great and talented staff.

Responsibilities include:
Organize production of all retail, wholesale, commissary, and catering departments.
Bakery Staff Management and Leadership.
Prepare/Produce seasonal, holiday and specialty items.
Knowledge of ingredients and baking formulations.
Keen attention to detail & customer requests.
Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure.
Managing clean up and organizing work stations.
Other duties as requested.
Credentials/Experience
Production Management 2yrs
Pastry Chef 2yrs
Serve Safe Certification

Sales - Advanced Hospitality Solutions

January 20, 2015
Are you looking for a part-time job with a company that is fun, stable and growing?  Advanced Hospitality Systems (AHS) is the regional distributor of Aloha POS Systems by NCR.  We install our solutions into every aspect of the hospitality industry.

We have junior sales positions available in the Philadelphia area for motivated, confident, and extroverted individuals. You will be responsible for prospecting, collecting business intelligence and delivering brochures to restaurants in the region.

Successful individuals have the opportunity to become full time sales representatives for the NCR Aloha product line.
Salary:  Compensation plan is a base salary, plus commission.

Email resume to Dave.Kaz@AdvancedHospitality.com
 

City Harvest Coordinator - Pennsylvania Horticultural Society

City Harvest (CH) is a dynamic food production initiative that connects institutions around the city, community gardeners, entrepreneurial growers,food cupboards and other local outlets to increase the volume of fresh produce
in low wealth communities. The City Harvest Coordinator will work directly with community gardeners and entrepreneurial growers around the city to build their capacity. With direction from the City Harvest Specialist, the Coordinator will manage the City Harvest garden at the Philadelphia Prisons
System.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
• Coordinates the City Harvest greenhouse and production garden at the Philadelphia Prison System to yield seedlings and produce for donation
• Leads training workshops on propagation for Roots to Re-Entry participants at Philadelphia Prisons
• Assists with delivering training workshops on organic systems management
• Assists with greenhouse propagation at Green Resource Centers
• Assists with large-scale distribution days
• Assists with garden infrastructure projects and supply deliveries
• Plans, prepares and implements volunteer workdays at participating gardens
• Anticipates necessary project materials and oversees purchases in accordance to budget
• Assists with managing of expense account, maintenance of project reports, collection of produce logs, work hour logs, and other data collection
• Assists with care and maintenance of tractor and other equipment
• Participates in PHS events throughout the year including PHeaSt and the Philadelphia International Flower Show
• Helps to enlist new and retain existing donors by sharing the benefits of PHS membership with partners, advisors, program participants and others with
whom you meet in carrying out your work
• Performs other work-related duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelor's degree in biology, agriculture, food production or a related field
• Minimum two full years (through 3 seasons) of experience in intensive, organic vegetable production, organic seedling production and greenhouse management
• Working knowledge of urban horticulture
• Ability to operate and maintain BCS tiller and knowledge of small farm tools and machinery preferred
• Experience in organic systems management record keeping preferred
• Experience teaching about nutrition and/or cooking with fresh vegetables preferred
• Effective facilitation, community organizing and training skills for diverse groups
• Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office and Internet)
• Excellent interpersonal communication skills across constituencies including team members, program participants, and city agencies
• Outstanding organization skills, attention to detail and ability to handle multiple priorities in a timely and reliable manner
• Work independently and collaboratively under variable conditions including early mornings, weekends, and inclement weather
• Valid driver’s license and a clean, safe driving record
• Ability to lift and move 50 lbs comfortably
• Strong written and spoken Spanish or Southeast Asian language skills a plus
• All offers of employment are conditional upon successful completion of the PPS criminal record check and finger printing procedures

TO APPLY:
Please send a cover letter, salary expectations and resume to:

The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society
c/o Human Resources
100 N. 20th St.
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Email: hrphs@pennhort.org

FOH and BOH Interns - Ausable Club

January 20, 2015

The Ausable Club is a 125+ year old private club located in the heart of the High Peaks Region of the Adirondack Mountains in northern New York. Located in the hamlet of St. Huberts, the club is approximately 15 minutes from Lake Placid, home of the 1932 & 1980 Winter Olympic Games; 2 hours from Albany, Montreal and Burlington (VT) and 1 hour from Plattsburgh. The club is open to members from late May to mid-October.

The club recruits and hires from many culinary and hospitality university/college programs to fill its seasonal employment needs. We operate a full service clubhouse that includes guest rooms, restaurant (full kitchen and separate pastry operation), bar and catering operation. The Ausable Club also operates a golf course, tennis courts, lawn bowling and access to some of the premier hiking opportunities in the U.S. The club also offers its members two private lakes that are located in our private forest preserve.

Seasonal employees are provided free housing, shift meals, uniforms, golf/tennis, hiking, end-of-season celebration, holiday bonus eligibility and much more.

If you are interested in applying for a position, please inquire at employment@ausableclub.org for more information

Club Chef - Private Club in Philadelphia

January 20, 2015
Club Chef

Private club in greater Philadelphia area is seeking a creative committed Chef de Cuisine to lead and oversee its expanding restaurant kitchen and banquet operations, and ensure food planning, preparation and delivery are managed to standards and practices of excellence. This club offers food, beverage and recreation services to over 1,000 members, private party groups and facility rental clients.

Responsibilities:

Chef will manage kitchen personnel and coordinate all related culinary activities; estimate food consumption, requisition or purchase food; select and develop menus and recipes; standardize  production to ensure consistent quality; establish presentation technique and quality standards; ensure proper equipment operation and maintenance; and ensure proper safety and sanitation. This working Chef plans and oversees special banquet and catering events, and directly supervises kitchen staff with responsibility for hiring, training,disciplining, reviewing and recognizing. Reports to the Club Manager.
    
Qualifications:

Minimum four years culinary work history with supervisory and kitchen experience in catering and/or banquet operations preferred; Experience and skill with food preparation, purchasing, inventory and  cost control, menu and recipe development, pricing, supplier relations and budgeting; Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; Proficiency with computations, computer systems,  Internet, e-mail and productivity tools; Strong work ethic, responsibility, drive to excel, organizational capacity. 

Education and Credentials:

Associate’s degree or higher in a culinary or hospitality-related field, and CSC or CCC Certification from the American Culinary Federation (ACF), are preferred.

Apply in confidence with cover letter and resume (no phone calls) to search@martiusgroup.com with “Club Chef” in the subject field. 

Joe Marzano
President & Chief Executive Officer
Martius Group, LLC
d.b.a. The Cooking Commons®
 267-563-1674
 Engaging Experiences That Transform Lives
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