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General Manager, Corporate Sponsorship Sales - University of New Hampshire

February 12, 2016
Learfield Sports is looking for a sales representative to work in Durham, NH, for the University of New Hampshire. Ideal candidates will have significant experience developing corporate marketing partnerships. This position will be responsible for creating a high volume of new business and implementing high-level corporate marketing partnerships for the university athletic program while also building and maintaining relationships with corporate partners and the athletic department staff.
The General Manager reports directly to a Vice President of Learfield Sports and is responsible for the planning, implementation and administration of the relationship between the university and the sports property as well as selling and servicing school sponsorship accounts.
Learfield Sports is the multimedia rights holder and sports marketing arm for athletics at the University of New Hampshire. In addition to the broadcast programming for athletics, Learfield Sports has exclusive rights for corporate sales of advertising, event sponsorship, game promotion, signage, publications, athletic trademarks and logos, cross-retail promotions, overall marketing partnerships and the development of
Official Athletic Website:
Official School Website:
Learfield Sports is the exclusive provider of marketing services for athletic departments at nearly 100 major universities, conferences and arenas. Learfield’s people-friendly culture is a hallmark of its style and approach to business and is rooted in values demonstrating intentional and active care for other people. The company and its employees strive to live by the company's value statement: “build the team, grow the company, and have fun.”

Works closely with athletic department staff with the objective of managing the sports property efforts to ensure the highest attainable level of success.
Sells advertising, sponsorships and other revenue producing opportunities as defined by Learfield and the university.
Supervises the management of the property on a daily basis.
Works with Vice President to develop an annual fiscal budget for the entire property. Supervises all related fiscal operations to ensure the practice of sound business techniques.
In conjunction with Vice President, promotes Learfield Sports property excellence on all levels in the execution of recruitment, selection, training, development, supervision and evaluation of all positions directly supervised.
Supervises the respective broadcast talent and work closely with Learfield operations/production staff to ensure the highest quality in programming, production, syndication, coverage and presentation.
Assists with the training and management of any new sales staff not directly supervised, but authorized to represent Learfield sales efforts. Assists with management of Learfield-managed events.
Works to foster positive employee relations and teamwork.
Provides additional services as requested.
5+ years of sponsorship sales/sales management experience or related fields.
Excellent communication, organizational, presentation, and listening skills.
Successful track record in selling and customer account management for local, regional, and national accounts.
High energy level.
Extremely motivated to succeed.
Interacts well with others in fast changing environments.
Effective problem solving abilities.
Able to motivate others through leadership. 
Manage time, and orchestrate multiple tasks simultaneously.
Able to maintain self-confidence and high esteem in tasks such as cold calling and prospecting.
College degree. Compensation is commensurate with experience.

Summer Culinary Instructors - Camp Laurel

February 11, 2016

Camp Laurel is a private, co-ed, residential camp in Maine seeking culinary instructors for our “Chef Camp” Program.
Instruct children ages 7-15 in our Chef Camp kitchen. You will be responsible to help with set up, planning and execution of three 2-hour classes per day and various special events and programs.
For a sneak-peak of our Inter-Arts program, check out this short clip on our website: Laurel Inter-Arts
If you or anyone you know may be interested in this type of position, please contact me at or call 800-327-3509. To apply online, visit our website at

Management Training Program and Internships - Pacific Hospitality Group

February 11, 2016

About Pacific Hospitality Group

Since 1987, Pacific Hospitality Group has maintained a strategic vision and strong core values as guiding principles for business success. With luxury hotel properties from Napa Valley to Southern California, PHG’s growing portfolio of hotel and resort investments reinforces the company’s cohesive vision and ensuing success.

PHG manages, develops, finances, and owns hotels and resorts located in California, Hawaii, and Louisiana. We currently own and manage 10 hotels and resorts, representing over 2,517 rooms and 203,000 square feet of premier indoor meeting and event space.

Hotel Portfolio:

Management Training Program – Sales

Pacific Hospitality Group is looking for future leaders!  Do you consider yourself a future leader who has the desire to grow a rewarding career in hospitality?  
Are you self-motivated, goal oriented, competitive, people oriented, enthusiastic, persuasive, flexible, out of the box thinker, have a sense of urgency, and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment with variety? If this describes you, you might be interested in the Sales Management Training Program.

Job Summary:
The Sales Management Training Program is designed to prepare individuals for an entry-level management position.  They will gain an introduction to each department at the selected property and spend the remainder of their training in the sales department.  The program length is 6-12 months and is a full-time paid position.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities:
Management Trainees will complete rotations throughout the resort or hotel which will give them an introduction to each department.  Department areas include; Front Office, Food and Beverage, Culinary, Spa, Administrative and General, Corporate Structure, Conference Services and Events, and Revenue Management.

Once rotations are complete, the trainee will focus on the core departments in the Sales Department which include; Group- Corporate, Association, SMERF, Foreign Trade, and Government, Catering - Social Catering and Corporate Catering, and Transit- Corporate Travel and Leisure Travel.

Job Requirements:
• Bachelor's Degree required
• Able and willing to relocate
• Desires a career in the hospitality industry

The Ideal Candidate Will Have:
• Ability to perform the essential functions of the job
• Strong work ethic, loyal, trustworthy, honest, team player
• Ability to work cooperatively with a variety of personality types
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Ability to work with minimal supervision

Physical Requirements:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, use hands to manipulate equipment, and to talk and hear.  The employee is regularly required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, and stoop, kneel, or crouch.  Frequent visits to offsite events and other regular meetings. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move office supplies weighing up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.  Finger dexterity is required to operate general office equipment.

Pacific Hospitality Group is an equal opportunity and E-Verify employer M/F/V/D

Complete an online application:
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Management Training Program – Operations

Pacific Hospitality Group is looking for future leaders!  Do you consider yourself a future leader who has the desire to grow a rewarding career in hospitality? 
Are you self-motivated, goal-oriented, competitive, people-oriented, enthusiastic, persuasive, flexible, out of the box thinker, have a sense of urgency, and enjoy working in a fast-paced environment with variety? If this describes you, we have the ideal position for you to join Pacific Hospitality Group.

Job Summary:
The Operations Management Training Program is designed to prepare individuals for an entry-level management position.  During the program, the Management Trainee will gain an introduction to each department at the selected property and spend the remainder of their training in the Rooms or Food and Beverage Division.  The length of the Operations Management Training Program is 12 months and is a full-time paid position.

Essential Duties/Responsibilities:
Management Trainees will complete rotations throughout the resort or hotel which will give an introduction to each department.  Department areas include; Front Office, Food and Beverage, Culinary, Spa, Administrative and General, Corporate Structure, Conference Services and Events, and Revenue Management.

Once the rotations are complete, the trainee will focus in their core department; Rooms Division or Food and Beverage.

Job Requirements:
• Bachelor's degree
• Able and willing to relocate
• Desires a career in the hospitality industry

The Ideal Candidate Will Have:
• Ability to perform the essential functions of the job
• Strong work ethic, loyal, trustworthy, honest, team player
• Ability to work cooperatively with a variety of personality types
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills
• Ability to work with minimal supervision

Physical Requirements:
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, use hands to manipulate equipment, and to talk and hear.  The employee is regularly required to stand, walk, reach with hands and arms, and stoop, kneel, or crouch.  Frequent visits to offsite events and other regular meetings. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move office supplies weighing up to 25 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, and ability to adjust focus.  Finger dexterity is required to operate general office equipment.

Pacific Hospitality Group is an equal opportunity and E-Verify employer M/F/V/D

Complete an online application:

Internship/Work Experience Program | Multiple Locations

We are dedicated to developing our most important resource, the future workforce.  Our goal is to develop students to give them the tools necessary to become successful leaders of the future.

The goal of the program to provide a hands-on learning environment for undergraduate students who are pursuing a Hospitality Management Bachelor's Degree or related major who are in their Junior and Senior year (open to all hospitality students).  Students will gain work experience which will be counted for their required 800 hours of work experience, this program is not intended for academic course credit. The internship is paid at an hourly rate and can range between 10 weeks to 6 months.  During the Internship/Work Experience Program, the student will apply the knowledge they have learned in the classroom in a professional setting.

Internship Semesters/Quarters: Fall, Spring, Summer, Winter

Type of Internship: Functional Internship

Temporary / Seasonal, Part-time
Food and Beverage

Hours: Varies depending on position and location

Age: 18 years old
Education level: Undergraduate - Junior and Senior
GPA: 3.0
Majors: Hospitality Management Bachelor's Degree or related majors

Pacific Hospitality Group is an equal opportunity and E-Verify employer M/F/V/D

PHG internship programs are available to students 18 years of age or older who reside in the US. We do not discriminate on the basis of age, ancestry, disability, color, national origin, race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.

Complete an online application:


Production Chef - Vegan Commissary

Febraury 10, 2016

Vegan Commissary

Job Description
Production Chef

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will posses extensive high volume prep experience with fine dining standards, excellent knife skills, knowledge of all basic boh operations and       equipment use and maintenance. In addition, line cooking skills and recipe creation are highly desired. A positive, self-starter with a Team first outlook who works and communicates well with others will have every chance to succeed in this busy, fun and drama free environment. The Production Chef will be Serve Safe Certified.

Duties and Responsibilities: The Production Chef will be responsible for the daily and weekly fulfillment of all wholesale orders, assuring that all product   produced meets VC standards for quality, taste and freshness. In addition, the Production Chef will function as a Sous Chef, assisting the Chef de Cuisine with catering, events, classes and other       activities as necessary. The Production Chef will share the     responsibility for the maintenance of Vegan Commissary premises to 100% compliance with all relevant City of Philadelphia Health Department Codes and VC standards.The Production Chef may be asked to supervise prep and utility staff, as well as assume responsibility for the kitchen in the absence of the Chef.

Tasks: The Production Chef will prepare all vegetables, stocks, grains, beans, soups, chilis, dressings, burgers, condiments and proteins, necessary for the successful fulfillment of all wholesale orders. The production Chef will assure that all orders are filled correctly and in a timely manner. The Production Chef will communicate all product and ordering needs in a timely manner, through established channels to assure the proper production flow. 
The  Production Chef will participate in the planning of menus, wholesale items, kitchen procedures and practices. The Production Chef will supervise daily kitchen cleanliness 
and maintenance.

Supervision: The Production Chef will report directly to the Chef de Cuisine. The Production Chef may receive direction from the Service Director and the Owner at various           times.

Compensation: All employees of Vegan Commissary are paid a base rate (current living wage)  of $11.00/ per hour to start. This is an hourly position to start and wages will depend on experience and productivity. Benefits include, Health Insurance, Sick Days and Vacation.

Interested candidates should

Sauté & GM Interns - Panorama Ristorante

February 9, 2016

Front & Market Streets
Fine Contemporary Italian Cuisine
World’s Largest Cruvinet
Sauté & GM Intern positions
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Banquet Server - Manor House Golf Club

February 9, 2016

The Manor House at Commonwealth

Who we are:

We are an upscale catering facility located in Horsham, PA. We specialize in creating fun and memorable events for our clients. Whether it is a wedding, shower, bar/bat mitzvah, birthday party, or corporate meeting, we always strive to create the best atmosphere and deliver personalized service to every guest.

Who we are looking for:

~Banquet servers who are hard-working, energetic, detail oriented, and have a great personality.

~Primarily weekend hours, with some potential for weekday work. Great for students looking for an internship, summer experience or looking to make extra cash!

~Located in the Horsham area, as this location is not easily accessible by public transportation, must have own reliable transportation.

This is a great opportunity to earn some extra money and build your resume while working in a great environment, with a great team!

Interested candidates should send an email with their resume or work history.
Pay: $12-$15 an hour based on experience

Interested candidates should contact Michael Salama at: 

Assistant Dining Room Manager - Stone Harbor Golf Club

February 4, 2016

Stone Harbor Golf Club, a high-end private golf club, is seeking a qualified candidate for an Assistant dining room manager position.  The ideal candidate should possess the following:
- Experience in an upscale dining environment
- Strong food, wine and beverage knowledge
- Knowledge of  menu and event planning
- Enthusiastic attitude and the ability to train and inspire staff
- Abilility to manage cost control & inventory systems

Candidates should send resume and cover letter to Carol Blum- General Manager

Games Assistant - Maccabi USA

February 3, 2016

We are seeking a resourceful, self-starter who will serve as the Games Assistant at Maccabi USA, focusing on administrative logistics with all aspects in the Games Department, its programs and events.

Primary Responsibilities:
Provide administrative support to Program Director
Process team applications and forms, sending out application premiums
Send out team communications for various Games
Respond to Games inquiries and requests
Provide support for volunteers
Answer questions from athletes and parents
Set up conference calls and where appropriate to take minutes
Distribute and mail  (or email) materials, forms
Prepare letters and charts
Process payments and all administrative duties related to collecting and documenting of finances
Provide similar administrative support to other staff members assigned by Office Manager
Assist with special programs relating to the Games- service projects (Lev l’Lev), B’nai Mitzvah project, JCC Maccabi Games recruiting, Apparel sales, tryouts, training camps, Opening/Closing Ceremony ticket communication and coordination, liaise with Team Rabbi, ISRAEL CONNECT program\
Assist with answering incoming phone calls, keep log of incoming calls
Greet visitors
Assist with Database address changes and updates
Dictation and preparing letters
Prepare materials for meetings and mailings
Use database and Microsoft office products to prepare merged documents
Other projects as assigned
Qualifications & Skills Required/Sought

Bachelors Degree
Excellent written and verbal communications skills
Expertise in all Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).
Experience with Raiser’s Edge or another CRM database a bonus.
Ability to work independently but most importantly as part of a team on multiple projects at one time.
Ability to recognize and respond to change in a fast-paced office environment.
Ability to problem solve and offer solutions
Excellent people skills
Excellent phone skills
High energy and ambitious
Willing to contribute at any level
Some travel and night/weekend meetings may be necessary.
Prior experience in a work environment, preferably with a not-for-profit organization.
Knowledge of Hebrew and/or Spanish a plus. Knowledge of Israel a plus.

To apply for the position, please forward a cover letter and resume to by March 1, 2016.

Campus Brand Rep - Culinary Agents

February 3, 2016
Culinary Agents is a FREE resource for students and alumni to connect with one another, and with potential employers nationwide in the food, beverage and hospitality industry.
We are a professional networking and job matching website designed specifically for current and aspiring professionals in the food, beverage, and hospitality industry. Unlike other job sites, we have an automatic matching process that helps talent discover the best opportunities and allows employers to easily find potential candidates to join their award winning teams. 

What it means to be a Culinary Agents Campus Brand Rep:
You will be representing a fast growing food tech startup and bringing awareness about an industry changing website to your peers and faculty. Your role on campus is to represent our brand and spread awareness about Culinary Agents to your peers and faculty. We will be trusting you to help bring your fellow students onto the largest online professional network for this industry.

Your Goal:
Your goal is to help us get as many completed profiles registered on as possible between February and April 1st, 2016. Completed profiles take a minute or two to complete and validate. Be sure that the school information is entered in the profiles and that the emails are validated.

• $100 Amazon  gift card for the first 30 completed profiles linked to your school code
• $100 dining gift card when you hit 75 completed profiles
• $100 choice of gift card when you hit 100 completed profiles
• Add Culinary Agents Campus Brand Rep to your resume
• Add a hyperlink to your CA profile in your email signature
For more information and to apply, please email:

Interns - 2016 Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl

February 2, 2016

The Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl, a 2016 College Football Playoff Semifinal Host, is seeking candidates to fill six internship positions for the 2016 college football season. The internship program period begins June 20, 2016 and concludes January 27, 2017. Each position pays a stipend of $1,600.00 per month. Please note that housing is not provided by the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. Interested candidates will be applying for internships in the following concentration areas:

 Communications/Public Relations
 Digital Media/Marketing
 Event Management (2 positions)
 Sales & Ticketing (2 positions)

This year’s group of interns will help plan and execute the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game featuring the University of Georgia vs. the University of North Carolina. Interns will also play a vital role in the planning and execution of the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl. Interns will also assist with other Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl events and initiatives during their term. Interns are assigned to a specific concentration area but are expected to provide support to all areas of the company’s business in a direct, supporting or administrative role. Qualified applicants should be team first, sports-minded, self-motivators who are willing to accept the long hours and hard work required to succeed in the sports industry. Additionally, qualified applicants should be committed to pursuing a career in the business of athletics.

 Interested candidates can apply by submitting their cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to
 Candidates applying for the Communications role are required to submit three writing samples in addition to a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references. Ideal examples of content to submit would be press releases, feature stories or similar professional writings.
 Candidates applying for the Digital Media/Marketing role should include work samples in addition to a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references. Recommended examples include URLs for online work, digital portfolios or similar relevant examples of experience.
 Candidate cover letters should fully respond to the following questions/requests:
o Please clearly indicate which concentration area you are interested in obtaining.
o Please indicate if you will have any academic obligations (classes, projects, etc.) during the internship period of June 20, 2016 through January 31, 2017
o How does your prior work experience and skill set specifically make you the ideal candidate for an internship with the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl?
 All required documents must be received by February 5, 2016. Applicant submissions without all of the required documentation will not be considered for the program. Applicant submissions not received by February 5, 2016 will not be considered for the program.
 The cover letter, resume, contact information for references, and all other application materials should be in ONE file.
 All applicants will be contacted with an update of their status no later than February 28, 2016. Candidates should not contact the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl office for initial status updates. Candidate evaluation consists of a resume evaluation period, teleconference interview period and a final in-person interview period. Final selection of candidates is targeted for May 1, 2016. Please note that the final selection date could be extended as evaluations are conducted.

1. Provide each intern with the opportunity to learn more about his/her area of concentration in a professional, full time setting.
2. Allow each intern opportunities to gain valuable experience outside of his/her area of concentration by working on various key tasks for multiple Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl events including, but not limited to: the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game, Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl College Corner and Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.
3. Provide each intern the opportunity to prove his or her abilities with autonomous assignments during the course of the internship.

1. Must be able to commit to working a minimum of 40 hours per week at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl office in Atlanta, GA. Interns are expected to work from the Bowl offices Monday through Friday, working from remote locations is not an option of the program. Work will be required after normal business hours, on holidays and weekends.
2. Should possess or be working towards an undergraduate degree. A post graduate/masters degree in an applicable field (Sport Management, Sport Administration, Marketing, Communications, MBA, etc) is not required but highly preferred.
3. The ability to work well individually and as a team member in a fast-paced and evolving work environment.
4. Must be able to handle pressure and take initiative.
5. Must have high attention to detail, and the ability to organize and complete a diverse set of tasks in a timely manner.
6. Strong verbal and written communication skills.
7. Strong working knowledge of Microsoft Office and other applicable computer programs.
8. Display a willingness to learn and complete tasks regardless of their nature.

Food & Beverage Leader in Development - Omni Hotels

February 1, 2016

Food & Beverage Leader in Development:

Job Description:
Omni Hotels & Resorts’ Leader In Development (LID) program is a challenging twelve month curriculum designed to develop entry level candidates and offer them expanded career opportunities. Through a Self Directed Development Plan a LID will experience hands on learning through their respective division of the hotel. With the successful completion of the LID program, the candidate selected will have the tools that will enable them to be a candidate for an entry level management position with Omni Hotels & Resorts.
The Food & Beverage LID at Omni Austin Southpark will train in all aspects of the F&B division to include: Restaurant, Room Service, Lobby Bar, Morsel's Coffee Shop, Banquets and Catering. While rotating between various roles and responsibilities, this individual will support the efforts of the department with a particular emphasis on developing this individual in their management and leadership skills. This is a customer service position which requires a multitude of tasks while consistently providing exceptional customer service to our guests and clients in-house.
As an effective member of the Food & Beverage management team, the F&B LID will be primarily responsible for ensuring the quality operation of the various departments and staff on a daily basis and assisting management team in staff training, and ensuring prompt, courteous service in a manner that complies with Omni standards and company policies and procedures.

•Responsible for assigned shift, assisting in overall management.
•Assist in overall supervision of the department as outlined in manager’s job description.
•Complete environmental checklist for dining room.
•Spot check liquor pars and order daily supplies.
•Hold pre-meal meetings.
•Follow up on established training steps.
•Handle guest comments and complaints and ensure guest satisfaction.
•Communicate with guests and receive feedback.
•Stay on the floor during peak hours.
•Observe, teach and correct staff’s service.
•Examine food preparation and beverage presentation.
•Maintain condition of dining room, lobby lounge, morsels, mini bar and room service.
•Assist manager in scheduling, completing weekly payroll, and forecasting both weekly and monthly.
•Participate in interviewing new employees as needed.
•Prepare maintenance request and follow-up.
•Monitor food and liquor requisitions and food waste.
•Check bar controls, shot glass use, red lining, and bottles totally empty daily.
•Bachelor's (four-year) degree is required, preferably in Hospitality Management or a related field, within the past 2 years
•Commitment to one year (12 months) of service at the home hotel
•Ability to transfer and/or relocate to any Omni property within the continental United States upon successful completion of the LID program
•Ability to work a flexible shift including weekends, evenings, and holidays, as this position requires a 50 hour work week
•1 year of experience in Food and Beverage Supervision or Management role preferred.
•Must have the ability to manage deadlines.
•Understanding of Food and Beverage financials including cost and par controls is preferred.
•General knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
•Must have a strong attention to detail as well as strong customer service skills.
•Must be familiar with and adhere to all liquor liability laws.
•Must know emergency procedures and work to prevent accidents.
•Must be Food Handler and TABC Certified.

EEO/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans/Drug Free Workplace

Apply Online at:


February 1, 2016

Radnor Valley Country Club (RVCC)
555 Sproul Road, Villanova, PA 19085
Phone: 610-688-9450 FAX: 484-253-1623

Radnor Valley County Club (www.RadnorValleyCC.Com) is one of the Main Line’s premier Country Clubs, offering fine cuisine and first class service in an elegant setting. Minutes from the Schuylkill Expressway (76) and the Blue Route (476) in lovely Villanova, Pennsylvania, Radnor Valley Country Club is an ideal location for special events, and outings of all kinds.

With its beautiful Georgian-style mansion Clubhouse, built in 1907, Radnor Valley Country Club has been pampering its members and guests for over 50 years. We have both large and small areas that are conducive to special functions, banquets, meetings and sports events. Radnor Valley boasts one of the finest 18-hole golf facilities in the Philadelphia area. Our tennis facility is equipped with 3 hard indoor courts and 5 of the best outdoor “har-tru” courts in the area. We also have an oversized swimming pool with separate wading pool, luxurious locker room facilities for men and women, a modern fitness center, sports shops and social areas. Radnor Valley Country Club has a long-standing tradition of the finest services and facilities in the area.

The Marketing Coordinator (MC) is responsible for the implementation of marketing and membership communications and programs. This professional will promote through internal and external marketing initiatives: weddings, business meetings, golf outings, and all of the club’s social functions. Additionally, the MC will lead the Club’s sales and marketing efforts to attract and retain membership.
The MC reports directly to the General Manager and will work closely with the Marketing and Membership Committees, as well as the Catering Director, to assist in the execution of planned marketing strategies. The MC will create and implement relevant customer communications that are accurate, on time, consistent, and creative.

• Direct the production of digital marketing including, but not limited to: broadcast email, social media, and website
• Direct the production of onsite and local marketing presence: advertising, collateral materials, signage, newsletters and or publications and direct mail
• Creates and updates sales and promotional materials for banquet department and membership recruitment
• Maintains all of the club’s social media outlets including the club’s website and Facebook page
• Review, analyze and maintain marketing plans and calendars, coordinates the development of the club’s social activities
• Coordinate the delivery of marketing materials throughout the club
• Assist in the compilation and delivery of reports
• Communicate regularly with the GM, Marketing and Membership Committees via management system, email and phone
• Execute established RVCC Marketing policies and procedures
• Plans and implements strategies to meet club membership and banquet goals
• Develops marketing programs to retain members
• Meet with the Marketing and Membership committees to prioritize jobs and to receive direction and feedback on work
• Research new methods/opportunities to improve marketing communication to club members and guests
• Monitor the effectiveness of marketing campaigns
• Track and submit invoices for marketing campaigns
• Provide feedback to the GM, Marketing and Membership Committees about implementation of campaigns
• Provide sales culture guidance, contest updates and results
• Assist in the implementation of onsite events and banquets
• Conducts site tours with prospective clients
• Responds to all membership inquiries
• Conducts prospective membership tours of the club
• Prepares and facilitates membership applications
• Develops and assures that established procedures for processing prospective members’ applications are consistently followed
• Maintains the club’s data base of members’ file/maintains prospective and new member computerized data base
• Responds to all membership questions, maintains contact with new members to insure comfort as they acclimate to the club
• Develops new member orientation program to familiarize new members with club rules, regulations, club activities and special events
• Coordinates and attends prospective and new member welcome events
• Maintains general correspondence
• Performs general office tasks to assist General Manager and other departments
• Answers the telephone; acts as receptionist when necessary; assists with members’ inquires and provides information about membership, special functions, etc,
• Performs other ad-hoc duties assigned by the General Manager

• A college degree (BA/BS) in Marketing/Sales, Hospitality and or Communications preferred
• One year experience in marketing, advertising, website development, or related areas
• Attention to detail and ability to follow RVCC style guidelines
• Possess excellent writing, proofreading and verbal communication skills
• Able to work independently/demonstrated ability to be a resourceful problem solver
• Professional appearance, strong work ethic, high energy level, motivation and enthusiasm
• Proficient in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel. And Outlook; Adobe Photoshop; and internet technologies
• Understanding of basic graphic design concepts
• Proven ability to manage multiple projects in a dynamic environment
• Experience in country clubs, hospitality/hotel management or communication is a plus

• Duration-Full time position

• The Club will offer a competitive compensation plan, including base salary and commission, along with standard benefits and perks.

Interested and qualified candidates can submit their resume for consideration to:
Rob Weissberg, General Manager
Radnor Valley Country Club
555 Sproul Road
Villanova, PA 19085
Email: (preferred)

Project Coordinator, Culinary Supportive Services and TRACKS - Health Promotion Council

February 1, 2016


Title: Project Coordinator, Culinary Supportive Services and TRACKS
Position Type: Non-exempt Annual Salary
Accountability: Reports to Program Manager
Location: 1500 Market Street. Local travel required; some evening and weekend work required.
Compensation Grade: 18

Job Summary:
The Project Coordinator will have both internal project coordination responsibilities, as well as outward-facing responsibilities both providing training and technical assistance, and representing the organization in meetings and other events. As such, this position requires strong project and timeline management skills, as well as strong oral and written communication skills. This position will require travel throughout the City, and some evening or weekend work. The position will also be part of the USDA funded TRACKS program, which will entail technical assistance for food service facilities, cooking demonstrations, food tastings and nutrition education for SNAP participants throughout the City of Philadelphia and Montgomery County.

Duties and Responsibilities:
Coordination Activities
 Work with project team to develop and implement training and technical assistance model, including content and supporting materials.
 Work with key contacts within various City agencies and community sites/organizations that will be implementing food standards, such as recreation site leaders, external partner organizations and colleges/universities, to schedule and conduct training and technical assistance.
 Promote implementation of food standards through meetings, community events, and other opportunities.
 Serve as point of contact for training sites, community contacts and partners as related to food standards, training, and technical assistance.
 Serve as liaison between community contacts and partners and HPC management team, providing updates on an ongoing basis in written and verbal formats.
 Assist with development and implementation of project evaluation, including data tracking and collection.
 Provide guidance to project partners, interns, and staff of other key partners, on data collection and management related to program evaluation.
 Track inventory of project equipment and inventory, such as the training and education equipment and supplies. Notify when equipment/supplies needs arise and coordinate with HPC management team to make purchases for program equipment and supplies.
 Develop and/or review strategies for outreach and partner engagement, print materials and social media language.
 Prepare for classes and workshops including shopping for food and supplies and to prepare/organize food/supplies/materials in accordance with ServSafe guidelines to safely and effectively conduct lessons. Clean up and properly store any remaining food or materials.
 Participate in health fairs and community events, as needed.

Leadership Activities
 Provide support to educators when new approaches to improve program delivery, content, and/or evaluation are implemented.
 Support Managers with mentoring, training, and orientation activities for staff.
 Identify opportunities for program expansion through policy, system, and environmental initiatives around nutrition and wellness. Communicate with program manager and project team regarding opportunities and plan for follow-up.
 Attend local and regional meetings and trainings, as needed.

Administrative Activities
 Support Manager with contractual and grant-funded projects obligations to ensure overall goals and objectives are met, including drafting/writing project reports.
 Support Manager by leading or co-leading team meetings.
 Carry out follow-up tasks from meetings: phone calls, disseminating information, typing meetings minutes, and ensuring action items are completed according to project timeline.
 Communicate formally on a bi-weekly or weekly basis with supervisor.
 Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Program Manager.

 Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience in public health, exercise science, community development, or a related field of study
 Strong culinary/cooking demonstration background
 Self-motivated, hard-working, and dependable
 Must have strong ability to multitask, juggle priorities and meet competing deadlines
 Must be able to work independently and within a team
 Must have ability to work outside “normal business hours”; evenings and weekends are required
 Must be proficient in Microsoft Office, including: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher and have an ability/desire to learn new software, as needed
 Current ServeSafe certification or ability to acquire certification within 60 days of hire.

Preferred but not required:
 Experience as a community organizer or project coordinator for a grass-roots campaign
 Experience in working with youth and/or adults from under-resourced communities
 Experience managing and/or coordinating community-based programs/activities with multiple stakeholders
Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm, flexibility needed for some evenings and weekends.
Salary: Commensurate with education and work experience, full benefits package.

Any qualified and interested candidate should contact Frances Simone with a resume and cover letter at

Analyst, Baseball Research & Development - New York Mets

February 1, 2016
Job description

The New York Mets are seeking a Data Analyst to work its Research and Development team. The employee will analyze baseball data in order to build and maintain predictive models that support the decision-making processes within Baseball Operations. The Analyst will report to the Manager, Baseball Research and Development.

Essential Duties & Responsibilites:
Research, develop, and test predictive models to support Baseball Operations (ie, player evaluation, roster construction, player development, in-game decision making).
Assist development team to create and integrate new analysis and tools into existing Baseball Operations application.
Collaborate with members of Research and Development team to maintain long term information and systems architecture for Baseball Operations.
Write scripts which support data collection, automation, and report generation.
Interface with Baseball Operations leadership on player evaluation, in-game strategy, and transactions by presenting the results of analysis in a clear, understandable fashion using a variety of methods.
Keep Baseball Operations staff abreast of cutting edge statistical techniques.

Advanced degree or equivalent experience in Statistics, Data Science, Operations research, Mathematics, Computer Science, or related quantitative field.
Demonstrated experience with statistical tools and packages, such as R, STATA, Julia, SPSS, or SAS.
Familiarity with SQL query design and optimization.
Strong understanding of baseball specific datasets (ie, Pitch Fx, Trackman, Statcast) & knowledge of current baseball research.
Ability to effectively communicate complex concepts to a non-technical audience.

Hosts & Hostesses - Southwark

February 1, 2016
This re-imagined Queen Village cocktail bar and restaurant is looking for an energetic and friendly soul who is quick on their feet and loves to work with people.  This is the perfect opportunity for students or for anyone intested in exploring a career in food adn drinks.  Our specialty is simple, well-executed food with a focus on utilizing whole animals and seasonal, locally sourced produce as well as classically inspired cocktails.
To be considered, applicants must have weekend availability.  Please send your resume to or stop by 701 S. 4th St., Philadelphia, PA 19147

Production Assistant- Eclat Chocolate

January 29, 2016


Eclat Chocolate is an artisan chocolatier and retail store front based in West Chester, PA.  We are looking for talented individuals with an attention to detail, strong work ethic, and self-motivated.  At Eclat we strive for excellence in all aspects of business, and offer great opportunities for growth.  

Eclat is currently seeking full time applicants to assist with production duties.  Applicants must be able to multi-task, maintain a professional and courteous manner at all times, and operate effectively in a fast-paced, team-driven environment.  Competitive compensation, plus benefits, including eligibility for paid time off, healthcare, 401k.  This is a great opportunity for those interested in working with an industry veteran in a fast paced and quickly growing company.  Please see our website to learn more about the growing team at Eclat. 

Production duties include all aspects of confectionery, chocolate making, and essential kitchen cleaning and maintenance.  Duties include, but are not limited to:
• chocolate-making and using equipment unique to chocolate manufacturing
• packaging product, keeping inventory of product
• keeping inventory of ingredients

Required Skills/Experience:
Punctuality and reliability are an absolute must.  Prior experience with food service and/or confectionery preferred.  The ideal candidate will have strong communication and organizational skills.  Must be able to work well in a team setting, as well as maintain a high level of performance with self-directed tasks.  Adaptability and versatility in a fast-paced environment are of prime importance to this role.

COMPENSATION   this position is PAID

Please send your resume and cover letter to the email address above, with the subject heading “Attn: Hiring Manager.” 

Event Management Inten - Colorado Springs Sports Corp

January 28, 2016

The Colorado Springs Sports Corporation (The Sports Corp) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to creating and attracting sporting events that contribute to the quality of life for citizens of the Pikes Peak Region and generate an economic impact for the community.

Events recently hosted by The Sports Corp include: Pikes Peak Downhill Skateboard World Cup, NORCECA World Championship Qualifier, Warrior Games, USA Pro Cycling Challenge, U.S. Open Ultimate Championships, NCAA Ice Hockey Tournaments and the USA Boxing National Championships.

Annual events include: Rocky Mountain State Games, Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, Colorado Springs Sports Hall of Fame, Pikes Peak Cycling Hill Climb, Colorado Springs Labor Day Lift Off, Hockey Face-Off Luncheon, College Football Kickoff Luncheon, Olympic Family Luncheon and Sports Corp Golf Tournament.

The primary focus of this internship will be to assist staff with all areas of preparation and facilitation for the Rocky Mountain State Games (RMSG). The RMSG is the annual statewide Olympic-style, multi-sport festival held in Colorado Springs and open to all Colorado residents of all ages and skill levels.

The Sports Corp staff conducts event planning for the Rocky Mountain State Games and its Opening Ceremony festivities each year as well as coordinates statewide marketing, outreach and public relations efforts for its events. Interns will also work in some capacity on a variety of events including: The Sports Corp Golf Tournament, College Football Kick-Off Luncheon and the Pikes Peak Cycling Hill Climb.
An intern with The Sports Corp must be a responsible self-starter capable of handling multiple tasks at the same time yet taking each to completion. The intern must have basic computer skills, strong interpersonal skills and be able to work well in a team environment.

This internship will feature numerous hands-on projects, background/planning information for each event as well as after action analysis. The greater the effort put into this internship the greater and more valuable the experience will become. This position will include professional development sessions and allow interns the opportunity to refine skills and talents necessary for future roles in sports and event management.

This is an unpaid position that will include credit hours as determined by the internship program guidelines of the appropriate college.

 Students majoring in sports management, marketing, management or communications programs are preferred but not required
 Strong initiative, positive attitude and the ability to work well with a variety of personalities
 Excellent verbal and written communication skills and creative ability
 Ability to meet deadlines and manage multiple projects
 Adequate clerical skills to function efficiently in an office environment. Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Access, Excel) are helpful.
 Strong desire to learn and gain experience by working on a variety of projects in a professional work environment
 Available to work a minimum of 35 hours per week during regular business hours (8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday) during the summer semester (approximately mid-May to - mid-August) and both weeks of the RMSG (July 13-31).

Primary Responsibilities & Projects
An intern may work on any or all of the following projects. The projects included below are representative, but not exhaustive, of the most important tasks. The staff and the intern will plan projects based on their timing and significance.
 Assist staff in all aspects of event management including research, planning, facility evaluation, venue selection, equipment procurement, volunteer training & management, preparatory meetings, etc.
 Become familiar with all procedures and communications concerning event management
 Assist Outreach Coordinator in identifying and communicating with sports organizations, associations, leagues, athletic directors, etc. across Colorado with the
purpose of establishing relationships and promoting the Rocky Mountain State Games
 Determine appropriate distribution channels for State Games materials including: flyers, posters, registration handbooks, etc. and develop a comprehensive distribution plan
 Develop a master calendar of sports events held across Colorado for 2015-2016
 Coordinate use of social media for all Sports Corp events
 Post-event feedback and evaluations on all Sports Corp events
 Utilize data collected from participant surveys, after action meetings, and the previous year’s final report in order to evaluate and implement recommendations
 Will be an ambassador of The Sports Corp inside and outside the office

 Complete assigned tasks in a professional and timely manner
 Complete a written report of projects at the end of the internship that meets with the approval of the Director and the appropriate Internship Coordinator at his/her college

The Sports Corp event management internship will include credit hours as determined by the internship program guidelines of the appropriate college.
Interested parties are asked to forward a letter of interest, resume and list of references to:
Colorado Springs Sports Corporation
Attn: Aubrey McCoy 1631 Mesa Avenue, Suite E
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
(719) 634-7333, ext. 1006

Intern - SEAT Conference in Las Vegas

January 28, 2016

SEAT is different than any other conference in the sports & entertainment industry. Interns at SEAT are treated as one of the family and we embrace your desire to begin a career in this industry! 

As SEAT’s Founder & CEO, Christine Stoffel’s goal is to provide our SEAT Interns every opportunity to network, connect with industry professionals, hear and see real-life examples of what is happening in the industry to prepare you for a career in this amazing industry.

Intern Positions:  40       
When:  July 16-20, 2016              
Where:  Las Vegas, Nevada
Host Conference Hotel:   Aria Resort & Casino

If you are enrolled in a College Sports Management Program or you are a college student desiring to work in the sports & entertainment industry… and you meet the following criteria, we welcome for you to apply to be a part of SEAT 2016:


You are looking for an opportunity to meet and network with professionals across the industry.
You desire to learn what’s happening in the industry and how you can make a difference.
Must be available to work beginning Friday July 15th thru Wednesday July 20th.

You will work in a variety of positions to meet, greet conference attendees, to provide directions, work the registration desk, help in the exhibit hall & support the conference management. The days are long and very busy, but fun and exciting!

Keep a constant smile, positive attitude and be ready and willing to learn, grow and be a part of an exciting sports technology conference!

This is a position that will provide you the opportunity to meet sports & entertainment industry professionals from across the world for future employment opportunities.
This is a position that will provide you the opportunity to listen to some of the most innovative and thought-provoking panel sessions, discussions and case study presentations across the industry, to learn and to grow as a future professional in the sports and entertainment industry.
You must have a LinkedIn account Updated information & a nice professional-looking photo. I will expect you to connect & network with as many industry executives as possible.
You must have a Twitter account. You will be asked to be part of the SEAT Social engagement team, tweeting about sessions, who you meet, special events and more!
Once you have been selected to be a SEAT Intern, you will be asked to immediately become engaged with the SEAT Community of professionals through social media, begin networking and connecting.

We want you to be deeply engaged & immersed with the SEAT Community before, during and after the conference… this will give you added exposure and experience that will become incredibly valuable to your future career.


This is not a paid position.
Your hotel room and your food is covered by SEAT from Friday July 15th thru Wednesday 1:00 pm July 20th, 2016
You are responsible to book your own flight/travel to get to Las Vegas, Nevada arriving no later than Friday July 15th .  You may schedule to depart Las Vegas Wednesday July 20th.
You are responsible to ensure that Christine Stoffel & the SEAT Team have your travel itinerary at least 4 weeks prior to July 15th, 2016 for planning & coordination.
SEAT will provided you accommodations at the Aria Resort & Casino for 5 nights, checking-in Friday July 15th & checking-out Wednesday July 20th.
All Interns will co-share room accommodations with another same-sex Intern. Each SEAT Staff-Intern room has two queen beds.
All SEAT Staff-Intern rooms are on the same floor of the hotel to keep everyone together.
Work hours are long, but you will have lots of fun, meet hundreds of great people and we promise you will have an amazing experience!!
You must have a LinkedIn Account with a professional-looking picture. The picture you post on LinkedIn does not have to be professionally photographed; just a nice looking photo to represent you to the professional sports community.
You must have a Twitter account which you will be using to socialize events about the SEAT conference, stay on top of industry trends & information, network & connect with industry professionals.
You will need to prepare a resume and upload with your completed online application. Please include academic information, work experience, internships, accomplishments, etc

For more information, please visit:

Office Assistant for Suro International Importers

January 25, 2016

Suro International Importers seeks an Office Assistant to assist the President and team with the day to day
administrative functions. This role requires strong organization and bi lingual communication skills, as well as the ability to identify and solve problems effectively.  Candidates must demonstrate initiative and an ability to work
This position is 35 - 40 hours a week. Starting wage based on experience: $10-14 hr

Suro International Importers is a quickly growing company founded by restaurateur David Suro Piñera. Born and
raised in Guadalajara, Jalisco David immigrated to Philadelphia in 1985. Excited to showcase the food and spirit of his homeland, he opened Philadelphia’s first upscale Mexican eatery, Tequilas Restaurant, in 1986. It has since
become world famous for serving authentic cuisine as well as offering a list of over 80 brands of fine 100% Agave

David Suro has made his life’s work telling the story of tequila and agave distilled spirits. Since launching Siembra
Azul Tequila in 2005, he has worked tirelessly for the promotion of quality, transparency and ethical business
practices. After 10 years of setting an example and challenging the consumer, David Suro is excited about the
expansion of Suro International portfolio: Siembra Spirits . The creation of Siembra Spirits is an invitation to celebrate
responsible producers who honor the history, the land and the people of Mexico. Three brands make up the Siembra
Spirit Family: Siembra Valles (lowland tequila), Siembra Azul (highland Tequila) and Siembra Metl (agave distillate

With the anticipation of new products and the rerelease
of our anticipated poster brand, Siembra Azul, we have the
spirit world's attention. We're ready to deliver but need help!

Specific duties include, but are not limited to:
Archiving & filing (videos, photos, personal files)
Processing of samples & promotional materials to distributors
Answering email correspondence for President
Management of President’s agenda and travel logistics
Email communications with on and off premises accounts
Educate clients and promote category of agave distilled spirits at events and seminars
Create & upload engaging social media content
Update website with events and media (photos and videos)
Create Keynote presentations for use in marketing and sales seminars
Create promotional materials such as brochures, booklets, and sell sheets
Coordinate visits and followups
with marketing team outreach
Writing engaging blogs telling the story of agave spirits and Siembra products
Maintenance of CRM system

Minimum of 1 year relevant experience
Self Starter, team and detail oriented, able to lead and handle multiple projects at once
Commitment to corporate responsibility and sustainability
Mac and PC savvy
Microsoft office proficiency
Language skills
Bilingual Proficient in English/Spanish

Application instructions: Please send cover letter and resume to: Addressed to Maria Cisneros. Emailed applications preferred. No phone calls please.

General Manager, Ticket Sales - Rutgers University

January 25, 2016

IMG Learfield Ticket Solutions are looking for the best and brightest that have the desire to be a part of the leader of a growing industry that is revolutionizing how college athletics operate. Members of our team come in with a passion and commitment to be the best and are motivated by the opportunity to grow their respective careers. IMG Learfield Ticket Solutions was recently named the Best Organization to work for in sports in a national contest conducted by TeamworkOnline. 

For more information, please visit our website

Responsibilities:  Responsible for training, mentoring, motivating and coaching the ticket sales staff based on IMG Learfield Ticket Solutions' MVP. The person in this position will be responsible for developing and implementing a ticket sales initiative designed to meet or exceed the annual sales goals set forth by senior management. The General Manager will oversee the sales and service activities related to season tickets, partial plans, group tickets, customer service and other ticket products created in the future. The General Manager will be responsible for developing and implementing effective systems to monitor the professional development and sales production of each member of the sales staff and the achievement of reaching or exceeding the overall sales goals set forth for each season.  * Provide overall leadership for collegiate season ticket retention, new ticket sales and service initiatives.  * Oversee sales efforts involving season tickets, partial plans, premium sales and group tickets  * Responsible for the recruiting, hiring and professional development of ticket sales staff  * Provide ongoing MVP training, coaching and mentoring for ticket sales staff  * Lead regular staff meetings and facilitating discussion and sharing of ideas related to growing ticket sales revenue  * Develop and maintain a personal client base of ticket sales prospects and customers of their own  * Prepare and manage an annual Ticket Sales business plan and budget in concert with appropriate staff and senior management that encompasses the sales and retention of all of our various ticket buying customers.  * Effectively manage various group assets / experiences in order to maximize group ticket sales at all home games  * Prepare timely and accurate sales reports that monitor the progress of the ticket sales team both individually and collectively and insures that we maintain proper sales pacing to meet the goals set forth.   * Work with members of senior management team to manage relationships with outside vendors and corporate partners related to the sale of group tickets and corporate ticket sales packages  * Work closely with university athletic department marketing staff on ticket sales promotions as it relates to driving ticket sales revenue  * Work closely with Database Marketing Manager on CRM / Database initiatives including data collection, analytics and marketing directly related to generating incremental group sales revenue.   * Assist Marketing personnel with the development of sales and support materials.  * Work closely with athletic development office to ensure proper management of athletic donor programs as they relate to ticket sales initiatives and donor relations  Qualifications:  * Bachelor's Degree in Sports Administration or other field;   Minimum of three (3) years experience working in sales with collegiate and/or professional sports team and at least two (2) years of experience working in a ticket sales management role.  * Superior communication skills, collaborative with strong leadership and interpersonal skills.  * Results oriented leader with proven ability to motivate people and maximize revenue production.  * Proven track record in ticket sales - in terms of both personal accomplishments and leading successful sales teams.  * Must be enthusiastic, creative and able to think both strategically and tactically.   * Ability to work in a dynamic, high paced environment.   * Highest level of personal and professional integrity and ethics  * Strong customer service skills  * Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite  * Experience working with Paciolan or Ticketmaster/Archtics ticketing systems preferred   *

Experience working with CRM systems such as ACT, Goldmine,, Microsoft CRM, etc  * Willingness and ability to work long hours, including holidays and weekends as required

Intern - James Beard Foundation Special Projects Office

January 22, 2016

Intern Wanted for the James Beard Foundation Special Projects Office
Opportunity to make connections in the culinary field and learn firsthand how to create and produce out-of -house events.  
Non-paid position available, school credit where allowed. 
Responsibilities: To assist the Special Projects Office with event preparation and production leading up to the Event with the following:
Draft, edit, and send communications and event materials
Conduct outreach with detailed follow-up to both event participants and vendors
Review vendor contracts
Data entry, in Excel and contact database
Additional responsibilities as needed
On-site Event participation
Strong communication skills and command of English language and grammar
Detail oriented, while multitasking
Professional attitude with a friendly personality 
Willingness to learn, with dedication to obtaining an excellent work product
Be a self-starter
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite for PCs and MACS, to include using mail merge
Commitment: 3 month minimum, 18-20 hours per week minimum.  Early February start date.
Hours:   6 hours per day minimum; afternoons preferred.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please complete the application.

Assistant Cook - Camp Kamaji

January 21, 2016

Kamaji is a residential summer camp for girls located in Northern Minnesota – 220 miles north of Minneapolis/St. Paul and 12 miles east of Bemidji, Minnesota. Each summer, 150 girls (ages 7-14) and 80+ staff members come together to enjoy the magic of camping.

The Kamaji summer staff is made up of approximately 85 people who are hired from all over the United States and other countries. Much of the non-summer months are focused on bringing together the strongest group of staff possible for each summer. We recruit primarily from college campuses and interview most applicants over the phone. We work toward a common goal of making the summer a safe, fun and enriching experience for all of our campers. Kamaji seems to attract people with similar objectives and ideals to come together for a summer to make a difference. Staff members have the opportunity to establish many friendships as they live and work closely with other members of the staff. Kamaji's Kitchen staff are a part of the larger group of Support Staff which includes program specialists, nursing staff, maintenance and housekeeping staff, office staff and transportation crew. In addition to the Support Staff that totals 30, Kamaji also employs a cabin counselor/activity instructor staff of 55.

Kamaji has a year-round Food Service Manager who plans the menus, orders the food, and manages the entire food service of the camp. Our Head Cook along with four assistants, work together to create delicious meals for the camp. We serve three meals a day and the cooks are on hand for the cooking and service of each of these meals. Experience in cooking with quantities is helpful, although we will train. In addition to its cooks, Kamaji hires four kitchen assistants whose primary responsibilities include clean-up and maintenance of the kitchen and dining facilities.
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What Qualifications Must an Assistant Cook Have to Apply?? Applicant must be at least 19 years of age. Also, it is preferred that applicant have some culinary/food prep education and/or experience. Just as importantly, we encourage hardworking, conscientious, responsible, fun and energetic people to apply. And we are looking for our staff to be those who work well under chaos, who can multi-task, who are friendly, reliable, flexible, who have initiative, who will immerse her/him-self totally into camp life. And, lastly, staff applicants need to be fun-loving as well as child-like without being childish.

Minimally all of staff are required to work the nine-week contractual period beginning

June 9th and ending on August 12th, 2016.

The assistant cook salary is competitive based upon education and experience starting at $2100. There is also a travel stipend ranging from $200 - $400 in addition to room and board. Also, there is opportunity to start work earlier as early as June 1st with additional salary on top of the nine-week salary.

Support staff live together in designated cabins and dormitory style buildings on camp property. By requiring all our staff to live on-site during the summer, a strong sense of staff comradery and friendship is developed and enhanced.

We hire both male and female staff — so in spite of the fact that Camp Kamaji is a camp for girls, we do have a coed staff!! Too, given that Kamaji is a summer residential camp, not only do our 150 campers live at camp, our staff totaling 85 (9 of whom are kitchen staff members) also live and work at camp.

In a word, GREAT!!

Simply go to Kamaji’s web site at — double-click on Staff Info page where you will find an on-line application. Please be sure to take the time to complete the New Staff Application in its entirety . . . and be sure to list former employers as well as references, listing each person’s complete contact info.

Call 218-556-1805 or email

Cook - Stock Restaurant

January 21, 2016
Stock Restaurant is seeking a cook to join our team as a we roll out additional services and days of operation.  Stock is an 18 seat BYOB that is currently on's 38 Essential Resatuarants in Philly list, and has recently been included on year-end lists of best dishes in the city.  We have a two-bell rating from Craig LaBan.  We also have a couple of new projects in the works that will create opportunities to advance and learn about other styles of cuisine.
Must have solid knife skills, an interest in Asian cuisine, a dedication to always do your best and show up on time, and most importantly a great attitude.  Experience with Asian cuisine a plus but by no means necessary.
Please reply with your resume and a cover letter introducing yourself, a reference or two, and what your availability is day-to-day.

Ticket Sales and Services Jobs at Aspire Group

January 20, 2016
Current available jobs in Ticket Sales and Services:

» Sales Consultant - Florida Atlantic University Athletics (Boca Raton, FL)
» Ticket Sales Consultant - Louisiana Tech Athletics - The Aspire Group (Ruston, LA)
» Sales and Service Consultant - University of California, Irvine - The Aspire Group (Irvine, CA)
» Ticket Sales & Service Consultant - University of California, Riverside Athletics - The Aspire Group (Riverside, CA)
» Manager, Sales and Service - University of Massachusetts - The Aspire Group (Amherst, MA)
» Sales and Service Consultant - University of Massachusetts - The Aspire Group (Amherst, MA)
» Group Sales Consultant - University of Massachusetts - The Aspire Group (Amherst, MA)

Summer Internship Program - New York Mets (Flushing, NY)

January 21, 2016

We are seeking talented students who are interested in summer internship opportunities within the New York Mets’ front office. The Summer Internship Program is designed for qualified students who are entering their Junior or Senior year of College; recent graduates and graduate students may also apply. The Interns selected will make a significant contribution to the Organization during the 2016 season. The internships will be compensated on an hourly basis.

Please note: If you are selected to participate in the interview process, the first round will include a digital interview (HireVue).

Positions Available:
The Intern may be assigned to one of the following Departments for the duration of the internship (full-time):

External Affairs/Community Outreach
Human Resources
Metropolitan Hospitality
Sterling Project Development
Tickets Sales & Services

In addition, the following Departments have requested Game Day Interns (part-time):
Corporate Partnerships
Marketing & Communications
Media Relations

Assist with research, special events, research projects and office duties (phone coverage, faxing and mail)
Assist with game day activities including, but not limited to: pre-game entertainment, field visits, stadium tours and instructional clinics

Some knowledge of Major League Baseball rules, history and players
Ability to work efficiently in fast-paced environment
Must be able to work and interact well with others (fellow interns, front office staff, athletes, fans, corporate clients, etc.)
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Solid computer skills, with an emphasis on Microsoft Office (Excel/Word)
Must be available to work flexible hours, including: evenings, weekends and holidays

Program Length/Schedule:
The length of this internship is approximately 11-13 weeks
The approximate dates of this internship are May-August
Interns must be available for the duration of internship
Title: Summer Intern

Department: TBD

Supervisor: TBD

Location: Citi Field; Flushing, NY

Status: Non-Exempt

Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:
1. Please select three (3) Departments oF interest, and place your top three in numerical order.
2. What interests you about the aforementioned Departments?
3. What do you look for in a manager/supervisor?
4. Are you able to work nights and weekends?
5. Do you meet the requirement of being a current Junior/Senior in college?

For more information and to apply:

Internship - GoldKeyIPHR Hotels & Resorts

January 19, 2016

Are you looking to join a fun and dynamic environment where learning and engagement are the foundation of the culture? Do you want the opportunity to work alongside some of the most talented leaders in the Hospitality industry?
GoldKey| PHR is a dynamic, innovative company that is in large growth phase.

GoldKey| PHR is an industry leader in Hospitality Management and one of the largest local employers in Hampton Roads. The GoldKey| PHR commitment is to delight every guest every time by creating unforgettable guest experiences that will last a lifetime. We are a company that is continually increasing our brand and developing additional opportunities through new assets. We are looking for talented individuals who will contribute to the success of GoldKey| PHR while developing their industry knowledge through on the job experience.  Please consider this exciting paid internship opportunity.

Job Summary: The Intern will work in assigned properties with Guest Service Agent responsibilities as well as additional learning and development opportunities related to hospitality management and corporate leadership exposure. 

1. Act as a hotel ambassador through demonstration of company guest service expectations and standards.
2. Provide exceptional guest experiences at check-ins/check-outs while maintaining compliance with hotel credit/cash handling policies.
3. Facilitate guest registration, room assignments, room changes and accommodation of special requests whenever possible.
4. Pre-register, block reservations, take same and/or future day reservations following hotel rate structures, discounts, and sell strategies.
5. Resolve guest complaints; assist guests in all inquiries in connection with hotel services, in-house events, directions, local attractions, check cashing, safety boxes, etc.
6. Ensuring compliance with inventory control procedures and guest safety policies.
7. Serve as guest satisfaction champion by ensuring daily monitoring of and responding to guest satisfaction survey scores and related action items. Keeps team informed of satisfaction scores, action items, and other key metrics thereby driving proactive guest service approach. 
8. Promote the hotel rewards program to increase guest loyalty and satisfaction scores.
9. Promote portfolio Food and Beverage outlets to enhance guest experience.
10. Act as guest concierge by assisting with off property arrangements and reservations.
11. Answer questions & offer assistance giving accurate information regarding outlet hours, other hotel services, directions to local attractions or function rooms, car rentals, airline shuttle service, etc.
12. Assist with responsibilities and duties in the absence or heavy volume in the areas of Bell Person, PBX Operator, and Reservationist
13. Complete brand required training curriculum as applicable
14. Assist with property quality assurance tracking and response
15. Complete special internship projects as assigned by Management
16. Complete corporate duties and/or projects as assigned by Senior Leaders or Management
17. Attend designated property and/or corporate meetings as applicable

This is a paid internship program. Interested students can apply at

Sports & Entertainment Global Business Development Executive - IBM

January 19, 2016

The Global Sports & Entertainment Business Development Manager (BDM) is responsible for developing the framework to generate demand in each of the geographies targeted for development of the Sports & Entertainment solution, which spans many lines of business including IBM’s Global Business Services (GBS) and Global Technology Services (GTS). While the primary target is generating demand within the Sports & Entertainment Industry, enhancing the practice with the new IBM Consortium and generating demand for large, cross-Industry opportunities will also be part of the job responsibilities. 

In addition, the BDM is responsible for mentoring individual IOT resources, and for covering specific customer leads that arise in each geography. This person must have experience in developing large complex opportunities and able to collaborate with executives and representatives across GBS and GTS Service Lines and IBM Lines of Business such as Interactive Experience, IBM Analytics, IBM Commerce, IBM Research, Smarter Cities, etc.  

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to 1) presenting before clients the total integrated GBS/GTS solution as well as working with GBS and GTS Service Line Management and Development teams to integrate the appropriate elements for the customer opportunity at hand; 2) working with Global Sales teams to develop industry solution sales strategies and revenue targets, 3) working with IOT Sales teams on training sessions to develop demand generation tactics and collateral.  The BDM will also be responsible for working with Delivery leaders to help define & understand the requirements for any specific large, complex opportunity that arises.

Qualifications: Applicants should 1) have a minimum of 4 years complex sales experience working directly with clients or client teams, 2) have an established knowledge of Services and Service Solutions, 3) possess strong communication and organizational skills and 4) experience in establishing a management system and performance metrics; and 5) have 4 years experience in managing customer relationships
Required Technical and Professional Expertise 
At least 5 years experience working in the Sports Industry or for a Sports Enterprise
5 years Business Development experience or equivalent
5 years Sales Experience or equivalent
Ability to travel at least 50% annually

Internship - Gloss PR

January 19, 2016

Gloss PR is based in Narberth, Pennsylvania, with most of our work occurring in downtown Philadelphia. Gloss is a boutique PR, events and marketing firm specializing in luxury lifestyle, hospitality, real estate, healthcare and non-profit clients.

Our Spring Semester interns will have exciting hands on experience with numerous projects including:
• The Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival
• Rebuilding the Rittenhouse Row website
• The DNC
• PR for all of Iron Chef Jose Garces’ Philadelphia restaurants
• Einstein Healthcare Network’s 150th Anniversary
• Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Cheers for CHOP with DJ Jazzy Jeff
• Garces Events Bridal Showcase
• Real Estate projects including groundbreakings, resident events and launches for new apartment buildings, shopping centers and office buildings
• The launch of Snap Custom Pizza
• The launch of the Sporting Club Main Line
• Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s Reach and Rise Yoga Fundraiser
• PR for specials at Zama and Panorama
• And much more….

Gloss is easily accessible by Septa (there is a bus stop a block from our office) and has free parking next to the office. Our attire is casual and our vibe is focused and fun. We take great pride in working on some of Philadelphia’s most exciting projects.

We are looking for several college students to join us this semester (January-May 21) to help us execute our projects. In turn, we will help our interns grow professionally, and nurture their promising careers. We will work with our college partners to provide any reporting necessary to help the students gain the credits necessary for the practical experience they are obtaining at Gloss.

Ideal hours are 9:30-4—but we can be very flexible with this and would love for interns to be with us at least two days a week (if partial hours are required that is fine too). A few weekend and evening nights will be required—and will provide great experience. 

A typical day would include building a media list, sending eblasts for clients, writing web copy, calling people to confirm attendance at events, soliciting auction items for our non profit events, researching client categories for social media and more. Students must be comfortable using excel, speaking on the phone and writing.

Ideal candidates will be resourceful, dedicated, creative and respectful, and will have a strong interest in at least some aspect of what we do.

Interested parties should send resumes to Further questions can be directed to Corie Moskow at 215.518.5526.  We are ready for you to begin immediately.

The Gloss office is located at 705 Montgomery Avenue in Narberth.


Lehigh Valley Phantoms Career Fair

January 19, 2016
Lehigh Valley Phantoms Annual Career Fair
February 10, 2016
2pm - 5pm
Tickets: $15
Join the Phantoms for an opportunity to network with the top professional sports organizations.
Bring plenty of resumes and dress to impress.
Ticket includes access to the career fair and a seat to watch the Binghamton Senators play the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.
1:45 pm - Doors Open
2:30 pm - 3:00 pm - Panel Discussion with Phantoms Front Office
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm - Career Fair
6:00 pm - Doors Open
7:05 pm Phantoms vs. Senators
For tickets or more info, contact:

Chad Westerburg, Retention Specialist

College Career Fair - Philadelphia Flyers

January 15, 2016
College Career Fair
Learn How You Can Work in Sports
February 9, 2016
2:45 pm - 4:45 pm
Game Time: 7 pm
Flyers vs. Anaheim Ducks
$35 entry fee includes career fair and ticket to the game.
Teams in attendence:
Philadelphia Flyers, Philadelphia 76ers, Philadelphia Soul, Philadelphia Eagles, Philadelphia Union, Comcast Spectacor, Lancaster Barnstormers, Lehigh Valley Phantoms, Trenton Thunder
To purchase tickets for the event, please visit:
Enter:  FCAR168

Assistant Food and Beverage Coordinator - Bala Golf Club

January 14, 2016

LOCATION: Bala Golf Club in Philadelphia, PA

JOB DESCRIPTION: Bala Golf Club in Philadelphia is looking for a friendly, outgoing & hard working individual to join our team in a wide-ranging role in the Food & Beverage Department. You will wear many hats and have the opportunity to make a significant impact and help shape the position. Potential exists for future growth. This is a great opportunity for a go-getter looking to gain valuable experience in the Food & Beverage and private club industry.

As Food & Beverage Coordinator at Bala Golf Club, the right candidate will be responsible for assisting with banquets and events and the daily operation of the Grill Room and Dining Room while delivering an excellent Guest and Member experience.

This role would report directly to the Food & Beverage Director, while also working closely with the Marketing/Sales Director, Executive Chef, General Manager, Office Manager, Professional Golf Staff, and Controller.

Specifically, you will be responsible for performing the following tasks to the highest standards:

• Manage/assist the sales process for outside banquets and events, including responding to inquiries, follow ups and facility tours
• Carefully track and maintain a database of banquet/event leads
• Assist with the creation of documentation to help the sales process
• Supervise & lead set-ups, break-downs, & event preparation/production

Grill Room/Dining Room
• Maintain frequent and continuous presence in the grill and dining rooms and proactively seek interaction with members and guests to assure maximum satisfaction
• Supervise and assist servers, bartenders, bus personnel, food runners

• Answer phones and take dining/event reservations
• Maintain exceptional levels of customer service
• Maintain good communication & work relationships in all areas
• Assist with member billing and administrative tasks
• Assist other senior management as needed and identify areas of improvement
• Assist in developing, communicating and implementing service standards and training programs and holding the staff accountable for following club policies and procedures

• Must be highly organized, personable and detail oriented
• Experience/degree in the Food & Beverage, Hospitality and/or Sales industry is a plus, but not required
• Night and weekend hours are required
• 5-day/40-hour work week is typical but additional days/hours may be required during busy periods.
• Strong computer proficiency and knowledge of Microsoft Office are a plus

COMPENSATION: Base salary between $35,000-40,000 based on candidate’s experience. Meals on duty, golf privileges, holiday bonus.

To apply, please e-mail your resume and cover letter to the address below no later than February 5th.

Use "F&B Coordinator" as your subject line.

Concierge - 1706 Rittenhouse Square

January 14, 2016

The concierge must be uniformed with polished black shoes to create the proper decorum for the lobby. Uniforms must be maintained in good condition. The concierge must be groomed, sociable, honest, dependable and security-minded. His primary responsibility is to safeguard the building and its residents and to anticipate the needs of the residents to the best of his ability. To provide accurate information to residents in a courteous manner. His duties include, but are not limited to, the following:

1. Be alert, courteous, respectful, neat, pleasant, and helpful at all times. All unit owners and guests are to be addressed by their last name using the proper title (Mr., Mrs., or Dr.).
2. Be uniformed and ready to work at the time scheduled for your shift. (This may constitute arriving at the building 10 or 15 minutes prior to the start of your shift).
3. All visitors must be stopped and announced. When stopping a visitor the most important thing to remember is to be polite but firm. A pleasant smile will be appreciated by the visitor. Remember, you are in control of the situation.
4. Instruct visitors as to the location of the apartment they are visiting, and give clear directions for getting there.
5. Everyone who enters the building (with the exception of residents and their families) must be announced. This includes deliverymen and all workmen.
6. No workmen are permitted to enter the building before 7:30 a.m. Monday – Friday. Noisy work should cease and all workers should leave the building by 6:30 p.m. Contractors are not allowed in the building on Sundays, holidays and evenings except for emergencies. All outside workmen should use the service entrance via the auto court to enter and leave the building.
7. Assist residents in whatever manner they may require; see Item 18 below.
8. Assist residents when pulling into the auto court and assure that the vehicle is properly parked. Make every effort to acknowledge the resident within 30 seconds.
9. Assist in coordinating move-ins and move-outs from 1706 Rittenhouse Square in conjunction with Management.
10. Schedule and maintain log for town car usage and conference room events.
11. Answer incoming telephone calls as quickly as possible, remembering to be polite and professional at all times. Take accurate messages. (Never give any information concerning residents. Always call the residents and advise them of the call.) If the resident is not home, leave an appropriate message and e-mail.

A. The phone is to be answered as follows: “Good Morning”, if it is before noon; “Good Afternoon,” between noon and 5 p.m. and “Good Evening,” between 5 p.m. and midnight. Then give the building name, your name, and ask if you may help the caller. (“Good Morning (Afternoon, Evening), 1706 Rittenhouse, this is ________ speaking, How may I be of service?”).
B. When announcing visitors, please identify yourself first. For example, “This is ______ at the concierge desk. There is a Mr./Mrs.________ at the door to see Mr./Mrs. _________ (owner)”. The lobby phone may not be used for personal calls other than emergencies.
12. All packages delivered to the building must logged into the package log.
A. Call the resident to advise of the delivery. If no answer, leave a voice message and e-mail the resident advising that a package has been stored on their behalf. If the contents of the package are perishable (food, medication, flowers, etc.), place the package in the staff room refrigerator.
13. See that the luggage cart is returned to the appropriate storage location.
14. All maintenance requests that come from an owner must be put on a work order and given to the Superintendent. THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS! Under no circumstances should any maintenance request be verbally passed on to the Superintendent.
15. The concierge is to contact the porter / superintendent when a mechanical or related problem arises. If the superintendent is not available, then call the Manager.
If any type of emergency arises in a resident’s apartment, reassure the resident that you will contact the Superintendent or Manager immediately.

If an emergency arises which involves the police or firemen’s help, use the panic button located under the Front Desk to your left. Once the panic button is activated the monitoring company will call you and prompt you for a password. If indeed you are in danger or there is an emergency DO NOT say the correct password and the Police will be immediately dispatched. If it is a fire emergency make sure to notify the monitoring company at that time and the Fire Department will be dispatched. Then contact the Manager and Superintendent.

16. During bad weather put carpet runner(s) down in the lobby. When the weather clears, remove carpet and store in the mailroom.
17. Policing of grounds is everyone’s responsibility.
18. The concierge shall endeavor to provide the following services for the residents of 1706 Rittenhouse Square Street Condominium:
a. Catering / Entertaining Needs
b. Floral services
c. General Information / Directions / Suggestions / Other Personal Requests
d. Grocery and Beverage Shopping
e. Hotel Reservations
f. Limousine / Transportation / Taxi Services
g. Newspaper Delivery Service
h. Personal Errands
i. Personal Trainers / Fitness Experts
j. Pet Services
k. Restaurant Reservations
l. Spa and Salon Appointments
m. Tailoring / Dry Cleaning Services / Home Cleaning Services
n. Tickets for Theater, Concerts, Cultural and Sporting Events

Marla Lavin, Property Manager

Fund Development Coordinator - Philadelphia Youth Basketball

January 13, 2016

Philadelphia Youth Basketball, Inc. (PYB), a newly created, non-­‐profit enterprise, is seeking to hire a dynamic full-­‐time or part-­‐time Fund Development Coordinator to join its staff team. Although the overall responsibilities will be broad and diverse in this start-­‐up organization, the essence of the position will involve fund development, with a substantial focus on written communications. This professional experience will be challenging and filled with opportunities to learn and make an impact in the growth of the organization, and by extension, in the lives of children and communities.
Primary Scope of Work
A.   Writing Responsibilities 
 •    Drafting, editing, and adapting grant proposals, letters of
inquiry and of request, and donor acknowledgment letters;
•    Drafting and formatting monthly electronic newsletters to
groups of current and prospective donors; and
•    Drafting written content for Annual Reports, website, and
social media platforms
B.   Research Responsibilities 
 •    Conducting research of prospective individual and institutional donors
C.   Donor Tracking and Data Management Responsibilities
•    Manage and help to create the donor tracking and donor
database system
•  Manage the Constant Contact data management system of various other organizational constituents

D.  Logistical Support and Special Events Responsibilities
•  Play a lead role in preparing for donor meetings, site visits, and special events
•  Provide administrative support for board and committee meetings

Desired Competencies and Dispositions

Strong written and verbal communications skills
Well-­‐developed analytical skills
Sincere interest in learning holistic non-­‐profit program management, and sports-­‐based youth
development programming
Proven work ethic and ability to be self-­‐motivated
Understanding and comfort with technology, particularly customer management databases
Desire to contribute to an entrepreneurial and opportunistic organization
Possessing a fierce “can do” attitude
Prideful attention to detail
To apply:

Applicants should email a cover note and resume by no later than January 25, 2016 to the attention of:

Kenny Holdsman
President & CEO, Philadelphia Youth Basketball, Inc.

Account Executive, Inside Sales - Monumental Sports & Entertainment (Washington, DC)

January 13, 2016
Monumental Sports & Entertainment owns and operates three professional sports teams: the NBA's Washington Wizards, the NHL's Washington Capitals, and the WNBA's Washington Mystics. Monumental, which merged Lincoln Holdings and Washington Sports & Entertainment on June 10, 2010, also owns and operates Verizon Center, the premier sports and entertainment venue in Washington, D.C. Additionally, the group operates Kettler Capitals Iceplex, the Capitals' state-of-the-art training facility in Arlington, Va., and George Mason University's Eagle Bank Arena, located in Fairfax, Va.
Overview: Responsible for selling and servicing new accounts and creating and implementing new ideas to drive ticket sales revenue.
Sell a full menu of ticket products for Monumental Sports & Entertainment properties, including, but not limited to full and partial season ticket packages, group tickets and hospitality packages.
Make cold calls from lists of area companies provided to sell full and partial season ticket packages and group tickets.
Effectively follow up with clients and prospective clients in order to build relationships to help provide repeat business and to meet excellent customer service requirements.
Proactively create opportunities for new business through up selling opportunities and referrals from existing clients.
Contact past customers in order to generate new ticket sales.
Cordially and effectively handle incoming sales calls from prospective clients for all ticket sales products. 
Conduct in-arena appointments and tours of Verizon Center to assist in closing new business and developing new relationships.
Meet or exceed assigned sales goals for all ticket products.
Work different Monumental Sports events and games as assigned to support ticket sales efforts and promotional initiatives. 
Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree. 
Excellent relationship building and interpersonal skills, with the ability to interact comfortably and effectively with internal and external clients at all levels of an organization.
Excellent communication and presentation skills, both written and oral. 
Aggressive and competitive approach to the selling process. 
Highly motivated individuals with a strong desire to build a career in ticket sales.
Must be able to work evenings and weekends, as required.
Experience with TicketMaster, Archtics and Microsoft Office computer software and contact management systems.
Prior telemarketing and/or sales experience is preferred but not required. 
Note: When you apply for this job online, you will be required to answer the following questions:
    1. Do you currently work for Monumental Sports & Entertainment? Yes/No
    2. Do you have any cold calling or sales experience? Yes/No
    3. If yes, please elaborate.
    4. Do you have an interest in a career in sales? Yes/No
    5. If yes, please tell us why you would want a career in sales.
    6. Do you have any sports industry experience? Yes/No
    7. If yes, please elaborate.

Food Scientist - La Colombe

January 11, 2016
Promising opporutuntiy for a new food scientist with La Colombe.  A massive expansion in both the innovation/R&D departments and retail cafes is being planned for the next two years.  La Colombe works across an array of food products: coffee wholesale, retail coffee beverages, RTD canned products, single serve options and of course distilled spirits.  
 Duties would  include:
- Continued development of RTD beverage formulations
- Working with Production department to finalize process procedures
- Coordinate with Trainers/Technicians on Draft Latte system updates/QC issues
- Operations management of all La Colombe Distillery products
- Research and development work on new texturized canned beverages
- Other responsibilities delegated from the CEO or under Distillery/R&D departments
Minimum Qualifications
- Knowledge of Food Science processes and equipment
- Understanding of food composition, chemical interactions and physics associated with gas/liquid interfaces
- Background in home-brewing, fermentation or distillation is recommended.
- Must have be open-minded and able to communicate effectively with multiple levels of management
Intersted Drexel students should email with their resumes

Ticket Sales Coordinator - Oakland A's

January 11, 2016

The Ticket Sales Coordinator is responsible for supporting the Ticket Sales Department in various capacities in the office and on game days. The ideal candidate should have an interest in working in a professional ticket sales environment. Candidates must be able to work flexible hours, including nights and weekends during home games. The Ticket Sales Coordinator will work an average of 20-28 hours per week. This seasonal position will start in early March and conclude at the end of the season. Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

Duties & Responsibilities:
 Communicating with clients before, during, and after Ticket Sales events and programs, such as group theme days, group jersey days, the National Anthem program, and client reward events.
 Ensuring repeat business by providing superior customer service to clients, both over the phone and via email, as well as on game days.
 Performing game day duties including visiting clients, staffing tables, and assisting with various department and company events.
 Providing administrative support such as coordinating mailings and databasing.
 Assisting on call campaigns as needed.
 Representing the A’s at off-site events.
 Compliance with CRM, including properly documenting activities, touch points, rewards/gifts, etc.
 Compliance with department policies and guidelines.
 Performing additional duties as assigned.

Qualifications & Requirements:
 Flexible schedule that allows for the possibility of working any combination of days, evenings, weekends and holidays.
 Available for all 81 A’s home games.
 Provide excellent customer service.
 Detail-oriented individual with excellent written and verbal communication skills
 Motivated and outgoing individual with ability to prioritize assigned duties and maintain efficiency.
 Demonstrated computer proficiency with Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word.
 Previous sales experience preferred
 Minimum of a 4-year Bachelor’s degree or educational equivalent required.

Job Questions 1. Yes/No: Are you available to work on average 20-28 hours a week? 2. Yes/No: Are you available to work the entire duration of the position, beginning in early March and concluding at the end of the season? 3. Yes/No: Do you have a 4-year Bachelor’s degree or educational equivalent?

For more information, please contact:

Andrew Bleaken
Account Executive

To apply, please visit teamwork online and scroll to Oakland Athletics Ticket Sales Coordinator position.\

Interns - Greener Partners

January 11, 2016
Founded in 2007 and incorporated as a non-profit in 2008, Greener Partners  (GP) manages over 120 acres of organic  farmland in Montgomery County, an urban garden in North Philadelphia, and a Wellness Garden at Lankenau Medical Center.

Our farms are the platforms for fulfilling our mission: creating healthy communities through food, farms and
education. GP distributes food using a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) model, where people join the farm, paying a membership fee  at the beginning of the season and receiving a share of the food grown. GP’s farm-¬‐to-¬‐school programming, Farm Explorer™ Truck and Farm Explorer Classroom, is based on research that children who garden or prepare food are more likely to eat healthfully.  We have introduced thousands of children to local agriculture and how delicious fresh food can be, while providing one additional serving of fruits and vegetables when we visit.
We have several opportunities available in both Philadelphia and Collegeville.  The internships are based either at our farm in Collegeville, PA our Urban Farm at 12th and Fairmount in Philadelphia.
Available spring and summer positions can be found here:

Chef de Cuisine - Emeril's Chop House at the Sands Bethlehem

January 11, 2016

The primary responsibility of the Chef de Cuisine is to supervise, delegate and work hands-on in kitchen functions with kitchen personnel and /or Restaurant Management Agreement (RMA) leaders to ensure high quality of food, timeliness in food service, proper food and labor costs, and a safe, sanitary kitchen. Also required to train and develop cooks. All duties are to be performed in accordance with departmental and the Sands Bethlehem (the “Sands”) policies, practices, and procedures.

Minimum Employment Requirements:
 18 years of age, proof of authorization/eligibility to work in the United States.
 High School diploma or equivalent.
 Ability to communicate effectively in a positive/upbeat fashion utilizing English; both in oral and written form.
 Interpersonal skills with focused attention on guest needs to deal effectively with all business contacts.
 Maintain a professional, neat and well-groomed appearance adhering to the Sands appearance standards.
 Maintain consistent adherence to the Sands Customer Service Standards (Standards of Steel).
 Must be able to work varied shifts, including weekends and holidays.

Specific Position Requirements: 
 Minimum of 5 years of managerial experience in a Culinary position in an upscale and/or high volume foodservice establishment.
 Degree or certification from an accredited culinary program preferred.
 Ability to fluently read, write and understand English.
 Must hold a current ServSafe certificate. 
 Must possess knowledge of all aspects of running a kitchen, including food costing, budgeting, taking inventory, forecasting, proper ordering and receiving, staff management, etc.
 Must have full working knowledge of POS system.
 Physical ability to access all areas of the property.
 Ability to withstand prolonged standing, stretching, bending and kneeling without restriction, work indoors, outdoors and be exposed to various environmental factors such as, but not limited to CRT fatigue, noise, dust, cigarette smoke.
 Ability to work in a fast-paced, busy, and somewhat stressful environment and maintain physical stamina, proper mental attitude while dealing effectively with guests, management, team members, and outside contacts while working under pressure and meeting deadlines.
 Ability to lift or carry a minimum of 20 pounds, unassisted, in the performance of specific tasks assigned.
 Ability to work with others, communicate well, receive direction; review your own work.
 Maintain a positive attitude toward work and interface with guests in a friendly and polite manner.
 Ability to address stressful situations with clients with dignity and the utmost tact and politeness.
 Must be able to work with others, communicate well and receive direction when needed to achieve department goals and objectives.
 Must be able to qualify for, apply for and obtain a Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board license if required.  

 Ultimately responsible for all food preparation and quality in Emeril’s Chop House.
 Responsible for the preparation and production of menus, development and execution of recipes.
 Train, develop and evaluate personnel on proper use of standard kitchen equipment and tools, techniques and skills.
 Ability to relieve, assist or fill in for any kitchen position as needed.
 Have advanced product and menu knowledge as related to restaurant concepts.
 Have a genuine desire to lead the team in producing high quality products.
 Observes workers to ensure that methods of cooking, garnishes and portion sizes are as prescribed.
 Possess a working knowledge of all department and company policies and procedures and Rules of Conduct and must enforce the same.
 Manage staff and organize department functions in accordance with company guidelines.
 Delegate tasks and department assignments or projects, meeting deadlines related to those assignments.
 Direct others in completion of a task or assignment. Render advice, and provide expertise or judgment based on information gathered, studied, analyzed or reviewed.
 Arrange timeline to complete tasks and department assignments or projects, and meet the deadlines related to those assignments.
 Work on actual project or service to help achieve the objectives of the department.
 Evaluate information to render an opinion or take action based on that information that will impact the department or function.
 Focus on achieving the goals or objectives of the department using available resources (staff and budgetary).
 Evaluate the schedule or timelines related to the completion of assignments, while maintaining service and/or product quality.
• Develop staff skills to enhance department effectiveness and manage resources to eliminate excess cost or unnecessary expenditures. 
 Interview and make recommendation of candidates for new hire
 Determine if and/or when policy or procedural infractions by Team Members occur and issue the appropriate level of progressive discipline.
 Responsible for the timely evaluation of all direct reports and conducting introductory period and annual performance reviews.
 Maintains an open door policy and addresses all team member issues and/or concerns in a timely manner.
 Conducts skip level meetings with departmental management and line level staff.
 Conducts divisional/departmental staff meetings at least once per month.
 Develop a working knowledge of all PGCB rules, regulations and Internal Controls applicable to your position.
 Must read and understand the Sands Compulsive and Problem Gambling Plan with regards to how to conduct business in this position and specifically the regulations prohibiting service to minors and/or intoxicated persons.
 Create a work environment that promotes teamwork, performance feedback, recognition, mutual respect and employee satisfaction; quality hiring, training and succession planning processes that encompass the company’s diversity commitment; adherence to the company’s status quo third party representation philosophy; compliance with company policies, legal requirements and collective bargaining agreements.
 Authority to issue a complimentary in accordance with the Sands Comp Matrix.

 Ability to meet Specific Job Requirements and perform Position Responsibilities for this position.
 Ability to clearly present information through the spoken or written word; talk with customers or employees; listen well.
 Ability to be alert to customer needs to remedy or present a solution to a question, service request or service breakdown.
 Ability to bring about results from ordinary circumstances; prepare for problems or opportunities in advance; undertake additional responsibilities and respond to situations as they arise with or without supervision.
 Ability to be tactful and polite, maintain confidences, and foster an ethical work environment; handle all situations honestly.
 Ability to maintain standards despite pressing deadlines; to do work right the first time.
 Ability to act in accordance with established guidelines; follow standard procedures; recognize and comply with written rules or practices.
 Ability to adapt and interact with people who have different values, cultures, or backgrounds, be of service to potentially difficult people, recognize the benefits of having a diverse workforce.
 Ability to develop a rapport with others and recognize their concerns and feelings; build and maintain long-term associations based on trust; help others.
 Ability to share due credit with coworkers; display enthusiasm and promote a friendly group working environment; work closely with other departments as necessary; support group decisions and display team spirit. 
 Able to demonstrate a high level of service delivery-to do what is necessary to ensure customer satisfaction, deal with service failures and prioritize customer or client needs.

Starting salary is $75k but negotiable based on experience.  Full Medical, dental vision benefits after 90 days and 401k.  Relocation available.  Please send all resumes to:

Mickey Trageser
Vice President Human Resources
Sands Bethlehem

Group Leader - AmeriCan Adventures

January 7, 2016

Job Summary

AmeriCan Adventures (formerly PEAK Adventure Travel) Group Leaders are a diverse group of passionate guides that aim to craft experiences for guests to create an unforgettable vacation.  Each guide is encouraged to add their own personality to each experience.  From a two-step 
lesson in a Texas dance hall, to dinner with Navajo families our leaders look for unique experiences that will wow” guests daily. 
Our Company
As North America's largest Destination Management Company, Our Group Leaders may guide tours for companies such as Intrepid Travel, TrekAmerica and Grand American Adventures as well as many other brands.  This means plenty of diversity in the trips we run, including specialty language tours, family, youth or student tours, cycling or hiking tours, food tourism, and National Park focused tours. 

Do you want to share your love of North America and the great outdoors with the rest of the world? We are seeking candidates who are passionate about travel, align to our values and whole heartedly want to work to create, innovate and deliver the vacations of a lifetime. If AmeriCan Adventures sounds like a place you might like to commit to from April to September then please consider our Group Leader position.  
·  Legal US or Canada work eligibility and minimum age of 23 ·  Clean driving record and ability to drive long distances
·  Excellent organization, public speaking and customer service skills
·  Can live a nomadic lifestyle and ability to work independently

For more information and to apply please visit us at

To apply, please submit a copy of your resume, optional video resume, cover letter and driving records. In your cover letter please include what particular skills or experiences you
have that make you the best candidate for the position. Our Work for Us page will explain in more detail what driving records are required and how to obtain them. Please note that due to the number of applications received; only complete applications and top candidates will be

Multiple Positions - The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa

January 7, 2016
The Westin Hilton Head Island Resort & Spa has the following  employment opportunities.
Anyone searching for internships or summer/seasonal employment should apply to positions noted as Seasonal.
Hourly Positions

Front Desk Agent (Part-time, Seasonal)
Server (Seasonal)
Server Assistant (Seasonal)
Recreation Attendant (Seasonal)
Pool Attendant (Seasonal)
Banquet Server (Part-time, Full Time)
Banquet House Attendant (Part-time, Full Time)
Painter Service Express (Seasonal)
Concierge (Seasonal)
Greeter (Seasonal)
Barista (Full Time, Seasonal)
Shuttle Driver (Seasonal)
Door Attendant (Seasonal), Bell Attendant (Seasonal)
HVAC Mechanic
Room Attendant
Bartender (Seasonal)
Room Service (Full Time, Seasonal)
Management/Supervisory Positions
Front Desk Manager
Catering Sales Manager
Sales Manager, Leisure Recreation Supervisor (Seasonal) Food & Beverage Supervisor (Seasonal)
All positions vary in status
(Full Time, Part Time, Seasonal/Temporary, On Call)
Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V EVERIFY
For more information and to apply, please visit

Event Management Intern - The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

January 7, 2016
The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb
Event Management – Summer Internship (May – August)

The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that operates the annual motorsport event up Pikes Peak- America’s Mountain. The race has been running since 1916 which makes it the second oldest auto race in the United States. 2016 will mark the 100th Anniversaryof the Race to the Clouds.

PPIHC works in conjunction with the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation (“The Sports Corp”) to stage the PPIHC race.
An intern with the PPIHC should be prepared to assume the position of Event Management Assistant and work in all areas of preparation for events conducted by The Sports Corp, day of event set up, with the primary focus on the 2016 PPIHC race.
An intern with must be a responsible individual who is a self-starter and can handle multiple tasks. The intern must have strong interpersonal skills and be able to work well in a team environment.

The benefits of a PPIHC internship will be valuable to the intern and the more effort an intern puts into this position, the more he/she will get out of it. This is a hands-on position that will prepare the intern for future roles in sports and event management.

This is an unpaid position that will include credit hours as determined by the internship program guidelines of the appropriate college.

• Student in the sports management, marketing, management or communications program in college is preferred but not required.
• Strong initiative, positive attitude and the ability to work well with a variety of personalities
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills and creative ability
• Ability to work under deadlines and manage multiple projects
• Adequate clerical skills to function efficiently in an office environment. Knowledge of MS Office (Word, Access, Excel, and Publisher) is highly beneficial.
• Strong desire to learn and gain experience by working on a variety of projects in a professional work environment.
• Available to work a minimum of 30 hours per week during regular business hours (8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday) during the summer semester (between approximately May 15 and August 1) and the entire week prior to the PPIHC (June 20th – 26th) in preparation for the event.

Primary Responsibilities & Projects
An intern may work on any or all of the following projects. The projects included here are representative, but not exhaustive, of the most important tasks. The staff and the intern will plan projects based on their timing and significance.
• Assist the Executive Director of PPIHC in all aspects of planning the 2016 race including: research, media, sponsorship, planning, facility evaluation, parking logistics, equipment procurement, preparatory meetings, Fan Fest etc.
• Update and maintain the PPIHC website and social media efforts.
• Become familiar with all procedures and communications concerning the 2016 race.
• Determine appropriate distribution channels for PPIHC materials including flyers, posters, etc. and develop comprehensive distribution plan.
• Assist The Sports Corporation staff as needed with the execution of events
• Will be an ambassador of PPIHC/The Sports Corp inside and outside the office
• Assume all responsibility during errand runs

• Complete assigned tasks.
• Complete a written report of projects at the end of the internship that meets with the approval of the Executive Director and the appropriate Internship Coordinator at his/her college.

Credit Hours
• The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb event management internship will include credit hours as determined by the internship program guidelines of the appropriate college.
Sports Corporation (Supplemental Information)
The Sports Corp support sports organizations, attracts and creates sporting events and supports youth sports. The Sports Corp plays a vital role in assisting the U.S. Olympic Committee and the 48 other national and international sports organizations which call Colorado Springs home.

The Sports Corp also conducts several events they call their own:
• Luncheons including:
• Olympic Family Luncheon
• College Football Kick-Off Luncheon
• Hockey Face-Off Luncheon
• Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (contract with PPIHC)
• Rocky Mountain State Games
• Colorado Springs Sports Hall of Fame

Interested parties are asked to forward a letter of interest, resume and list of references to:

Pikes Peak International Hill Climb
Attn: Megan Leatham
1631 Mesa Avenue, Suite E
Colorado Springs, CO 80906

General Manager - Uncle Oogie's Pizzeria

January 2, 2016

Uncle Oogie's is a family-owned and operated pizzeria with three locations in South Philadelphia and Sea Isle City.  Our company is looking for management level employees to help our company take the next step in our growth pattern. 

The General Manager is responsible for all aspects of the restaurant.  The consummate leader of the team in charge of efficiency, quality, service and financial success.  The manager is expected to create and maintain a standard of excellence and integrity and show others how to follow suit.  In part with ownership and other members of management the manager is responsible for all operational systems: POS, cash handling, food production, customer service, inventory, purchasing, food safety, maintenance, staffing, and training.

The manager works closely with ownership to help shape the customer and employee experience. the manager reports directly to the Director of Operations.

All interested parties can email their resumes and cover letters to

Clubhouse Manager and Interns - Rockland Boulders

January 5, 2016

The Rockland Boulders are currently hiring:

(5) Clubhouse Manager INTERNS

40+ hours per week when the team is in town (less when the team is away), Night and Weekend Events, available May thru August.

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 OR just have a desire to learn the sports management business from the team side.  These positions are for college credit/experience only.

We are looking for people who love the game of baseball and want to learn the management side of the game at the professional level.

Housing may be available nearby at an additional cost to you.

Be a self-starter with the ability to multi-task with minimal supervision.
Must be able to delegate jobs and make sure all work gets done correctly and on time.
Must be organized and be able to prioritize work to meet the needs of the athletes and coaches.
Must be able to work effectively under pressure.
Have strong organizational, written, oral and interpersonal communication skills.
Knowledge of laundry/stains and ability to learn food service side of clubhouse.
Experience handling a budget and managing a tight and perishable inventory.
Earn extra money driving players – must present valid driver’s license and car insurance.
Limited travel may be optional with the team.


Entering its 6th 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 in 2014 and we were REGULAR SEASON CHAMPIONS in 2014 and 2015.  We also won Organization of the Year two times in the last five years.  We have the nicest ballpark in the area and our league.  Come be a part of the fun this summer. 

For more information and to apply, please send a cover letter and resume to:

Lori A. Rahaim, MEd, ATC/L

Director of Clubhouse Operations

Head Athletic Trainer
Rockland Boulders Baseball
One Provident Bank Park Drive
Pomona, New York 10970

(845)304-3177 - cell
(845)398-4071 - fax

Line Cook - South Restaurant

December 21, 2015

South Restaurant in the Fairmount section of Philadelphia is is seeking a serious line cook. Recently named one of Philly's 50 Best by Philly Mag, South offers very best of New Southern Fare and Southern

Please send your resume

Philadelphia: Fair Food Farmstand Cheesemonger and Retail Associate Positions

December 21, 2015

Mission: Fair Food is dedicated to bringing local food to the marketplace and promoting a humane, sustainable agriculture system for the Philadelphia region.
Background: The Fair Food Farmstand is located in Reading Terminal Market in Center City, Philadelphia. We carry a variety of fresh produce, meats, poultry, dairy, eggs, artisan cheese and value-added products from organic and sustainable farms within approximately 150 miles of Philadelphia. We emphasize local and seasonal foods and products from small-scale producers. Open year-round seven days a week, the goals of the Farmstand are to educate consumers about the benefits of buying local, to provide the region with a point of access to sustainably produced food, and to support farmers by providing a market for local products.
Retail Associate Overview: Fair Food is seeking part-time Retail Associates to assist in the daily operation of the Fair Food Farmstand, located at the Reading Terminal Market in Center City Philadelphia. Actively engaging customers and providing excellent customer service are key aspects of this retail position.

Cheesemonger Position Overview: The Fair Food Farmstand features the largest selection of local artisan cheese in our area, and our cheese case is a destination for consumers and chefs alike. The Farmstand Cheesemonger is responsible for the daily maintenance and operation of our artisan cheese program. Knowledge of artisan cheese, excellent customer service skills, cultivation of relationships with wholesale suppliers and chefs and managing multiple priorities to achieve success are key requirements of this position.

See full listings at:

Front of the House Staff - El Atoradero Brooklyn

December 21, 2015
El Atoradero Brooklyn Denisse Lina Chavez ran a tiny restaurant next to her bodega in the Bronx that won applause far beyond the borough for Mexican dishes that transcended the ordinary. Now in Brooklyn with a partner, Noah Arenstein, Ms. Chavez, a native of the Puebla region, focuses on hearty fare like mole poblano, chile rellenos, adobos and, on the weekends, more substantial dishes like posole, menudo and enchiladas. “In the bar, there will be snacks, spicy snacks, so people will spend more money on beer,” she said (with surprising frankness). The front room has a bar, a wall of bright hand-painted pineapple motifs and a communal table. In back, beyond the kitchen, is another dining area and a small garden. (Saturday): 708 Washington Avenue (Park Place), Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, 718-399-8226,
For more information and to apply:

Multiple Positions - Normatec

December 15, 2015
We are a small, high energy, fast-paced company located in Newton, MA that is working with the best teams and athletes in the world.
Job Title: Sports Division Coordinator
We now have an immediate opening for a smart, personable, and highly organized Sports Division Coordinator.

Responsibilities Include:

Sports & Marketing Team Support (50%)
 Provides administrative and organizational support to Sports and Marketing Team, including mailings (Fed Ex), expo/pallet shipments, database and electronic file management
 Books travel for CEO and Sports Team members
 Builds and oversees relationship with Travel Agencies, Hotel and Airline Accounts to maximize benefits to the company
 Assists marketing team

Assistant to the CEO (25%)
 Provides administrative, research and organizational support to CEO
 Oversee CEO’s outlook calendar and keeps him apprised of meetings and events, serving as primary liaison to Public Relations company to book speaking engagements and media interviews.
 Reviews weekly and daily calendar with CEO, providing necessary research material, contact information and directions prior to meetings
 Books catering and/or makes necessary reservations for CEO’s business meetings.
 Books CEO travel, car reservations, hotels, etc.

Front Desk and Office Responsibilities (25%)
 Serves as Receptionist and welcomes on-site visitors
 Forwards calls and voicemails to appropriate personnel
 Keeps front desk and kitchen area orderly and clean
 Monitors visitor access and issues passes when required
 Orders and maintains food and general office items as needed

We are first and foremost looking for smart, motivated individuals who are willing to work hard and learn new skills; however we’d prefer candidates with the following experience/credentials:
 Bachelor’s degree
 1-2 years experience in a customer facing position
 Excellent customer service and problem solving skills
 Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
 Experience maintaining schedules and booking travel
 Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment
 Proficiency with computers, especially with all Microsoft programs (Excel, Word, Outlook)

Benefits include a generous paid time off policy, health/dental insurance, and free parking. Salary commiserate with experience.
Job Title: Sports Account Specialist

We are looking for a team member with a “get it done” attitude, incredible attention to detail, excellent communication skills, and a strong work ethic. This applicant must love talking to people, cultivating relationships, and contributing to a dynamic team. This Sports Account Specialist will interact with a wide variety of NormaTec Sports customers via email and on the phone including professional and college athletes, age group athletes, agents and athletic trainers through administrative and sales efforts. This position requires travel.

Responsibilities Include:
 Nurture existing and potential customer relationships via telephone and email to facilitate product sales
 Represents NormaTec at athletic events and conferences throughout the United States
 Carries out various administrative tasks in a highly organized and timely manner
 Ensures consistent, high level customer service
 Develops and follows detailed processes and procedures
 Accurately and efficiently creates price quotes and invoices
 Fields and categorizes requests for sponsorships
 Works closely and effectively with company departments
 Assists event and competition setup activities such as shipping, presentations and logistics
 Perform additional duties as needed to complete the corporate objective

We are first and foremost looking for smart, motivated individuals who are willing to work hard and learn new skills; however we’d prefer candidates with the following experience/credentials:
 Bachelor’s degree
 1-3 years sales experience
 Excellent customer service and problem solving skills
 Presents in professional manner and has ability to interact with all levels of organization and outside contacts
 Excellent communication skills including written and verbal
 Ability to work flexible hours including nights and weekends
 Detail-oriented and organized; ability to multi-task
 Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, constantly changing environment
 Proficiency with computers, especially with all Microsoft programs (Excel, Word, Outlook)
We offer a competitive salary, paid holidays and time off, health/dental insurance, and free parking. We are within walking distance to the Newton Center Station.
Submit resumes to Jim Davis, VP of Sales at

Tournament Operations Coordinator - LPGA

December 15, 2015
The Tournament Operations Coordinator is primarily responsible for hte the set up and daily oeprations of the tournament site.  This position is also responsible for maintaining LPGA Symetra Tour operational assets, as well as, working closly with tournament organziers, venues, Tour players and operations staff.  This is a full time position and requires extensive travel.  The position is located at LPGA Headquarters in Daytona Beach, FL
For more information, visit:

Lead Line Cook - Suppa

December 10, 2015
Suppa Restaurant in Philadelphia is looking for an experienced line cook.  Experience with brunch and saute a must.  Candidate must have flexibility in hours, strong work ethic, and the ability to take charge of the kitchen line when the chef is not present.  There is room for growth as we are opening a second location in the next month.  Please send a resume to setup an interview that will include a cooking demo portion.  Other FOH and BOH positions available.  May call 215-644-9324 for more information between 2-5pm Tuesday through Friday only.
Apply by email at

Management in Training Program - Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point

December 8, 2015
Trump Golf Links at Ferry Point, located beneath the Whitestone Bridge in the Bronx, NY.  recently  completed its first season open to the public with record-breaking accomplishments noted by many outlets throughout the industry.  The food and beverage department alone grossed over 1.4 million during our seasonal run.
Due to the high demand of this past season, we are looking to bring on more staff to accommodate next season's larger forecasts. Our food and beverage department is currently seeking candidates for our Management in Training Program, set to start early this June. 
We are interested in highly motivated seniors or alumni that may be interested in the position.
Interviews will be held here at the golf course the week of December 28th. 

Aside from the management in training positions, we will also be looking to fill various hourly positions, ranging from service staff to line cooks and everything in between.
Any applicants interested in the position should email their resume directly to Brandon Torre, as soon as possible.

Brandon Torre
Director of Food & Beverage
Trump Golf Links, Ferry Point
500 Hutchinson River Parkway | Bronx, NY | 10465  p. 917.698.6002 | |

Research and Development Intern - Applegate

December 8, 2015
Position Title:  Research and Development Intern
Department:   Research and Development
Reports To:   R&D Manager
Exemption Status:  Non-Exempt
Location:   Bridgewater, New Jersey
Date:     01/04/2016
Summary:  Under the supervision of the R&D Manager, the R&D Intern is responsible for assisting the R&D group with all stages of the product development process.

Essential Functions:
1. Assist in the Applegate product development process from initial concept through production.
2. Assist in the coordination and running of sensory evaluations, product cutting or reviews, and shelf life studies on new and existing items. Help report findings to the NPD team.
3. Share ideas, questions, problems, and results with other team members and maintain effective, positive, and professional interactions with departmental associates, internal cross-functional groups, like Marketing and Quality Assurance, and external vendors and suppliers.
4. Complete assigned tasks effectively and efficiently.
5. Shadow Culinologist (R&D Chef), preform benchtop product development, and attend a local plant production trial.
6. Provide weekly status reports to the R&D Team.
7. Present a summary of the Applegate experience at the end of the internship to R&D and team members from Marketing, HR and QA.
8. Other duties, tasks, and special projects as assigned by the R&D team.

Position Requirements:
• Pursuing, or a recent graduate of, a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree (BS/MS in Food/Animal/Culinary/Biological Science preferred).
• Part time schedule; able to commit to 3 (8 hour) days or 24 hours within a week. 
• Excellent ability to work cross-functionally, collaboratively and within a team environment.
• Pro-active self-starter.
• Excellent communication skills (both written and verbal).
• Proven ability to have a high level of attention to detail
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook).

Working Conditions:
• Able to occasionally lift 40 lbs.  and be able to work safely in a warehouse or processing plant environment.
• Able to routinely lift 15-20 lbs.
• While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is frequently required to stand, walk; use hands  handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms.
• Some local travel is possible (5% to production facitlities in NJ and/or PA as well as the PA based Distribution Center
To submit your application or for more information, email

Cooks - Oceana Restaurant - NYC

December 8, 2015

Oceana is the celebrated restaurant in Midtown Manhattan featuring the global seafood cuisine of Executive Chef Ben Pollinger and desserts and house-baked breads of Executive Pastry Chef Colleen Grapes.

Line Cooks

We have openings for experienced line cooks with hot-line cooking experience and entry level line cooks with either culinary school or basic job experience. Applicants must be passionate about cooking with a strong desire to learn.

Oceana is looking for strong cooks excited to work in a modern, spacious kitchen designed and devoted to preparing the finest food in a professional work environment.

Preferred candidates for the hot-line positions will have worked the last two to three years in a recognizable fine dining restaurant. We are looking for cooks with relevant current fine dining experience. A strong work ethic and desire to grow and learn as a cook are important. Oceana is open seven days a week, all candidates need to be flexible with schedule.

Partially paid health insurance, transit savings plan and paid time off available.

Sous Chef

Candidates will have at least three to five years restaurant line cooking experience, preferably in fine dining. Culinary or college degree is a plus but not required. Computer literacy is a plus.

Optimal candidates will have fine dining experience in New York City or another nationally recognized fine dining establishment.

This position will require a combination of hands-on cooking, expediting and plating.
Other responsibilities include ordering of foodstuffs, supplies, and facility management.

Attention to detail, finesse and a strong commitment to kitchen organization, cleanliness and order is paramount.

If you have these characteristics and are ready to make a two-year commitment and elevate your career please apply. Benefits include paid time off, transit savings plan and employer contributions to health insurance.

Pastry Cooks

We have openings for pastry cooks with experience varying from basic to intermediate. Applicants must be passionate about cooking with a strong desire to learn. Oceana produces all desserts, baked goods, ice creams, sorbets and breads in-house.

Oceana is looking for strong cooks excited to work in a modern, spacious kitchen designed and devoted to preparing the finest food in a professional work environment.
A strong work ethic and desire to grow and learn as a cook are important. Oceana is open seven days a week, all candidates need to be flexible with schedule.

Partially paid health insurance, transit savings plan and paid time off available.

For more information and to apply:



Course Description:

The Game Day Internship Program is designed for college students to explore careers in the sport industry while getting hands-on experience working with one of the most successful teams in Minor League Baseball. The IronPig's GDI Program will expose students to numerous game day roles and will allow students to learn from and work alongside IronPigs Front Office Staff members. By experiencing multiple departments, the GDI Program is designed to assist students in choosing which specific direction they are interested in.


The GDI program will begin in April and will conclude in September. Interns are expected to be present for all IronPigs' games they are scheduled for. Although interns will not be scheduled to work 100% of the games, we are looking for qualified candidates that have open availability. We acknowledge that most colleges and universities do not end the school semester until May. The GDI Program is able to work with individuals that are still attending classes at that time.


Game day report time is approximately 3 hours prior to first pitch (4:00PM for a standard 7:05PM game). GDI's will be dismissed shortly after the game ends when all responsibilities are finished.

College Credit/Compensation:

Game Day Interns are able to earn college credit. A small stipend will be provided per game.

Experience Includes:
• Assist in general game day setup including; giveaways, programs and sponsor tables
• Handle customer service inquires at front desk and fan services
• Assist promo crew with on-field entertainment and escorting mascots
• Lead Launch-A-Ball promotion sales throughout games
• Manage a food & beverage portable stand
• Assist the catering department with suites and hospitality areas
• Sell IronPigs merchandise throughout ballpark
• Assist promo crew in handing out giveaways, exit distributions and balloon giveaways after each game
• Opportunity to volunteer for special projects (Baseball camps, ballpark events, etc.)
• Other responsibilities related to game day operations as assigned by IronPigs Front Office members

Course Objectives:
Students participating in the GDI Program will be exposed to a professional working experience and will gain valuable information in the following categories:
• Hands-on sales experience
• The Importance of event logistics and timing
• Executing marketing promotions
• Providing customer Service & problem solving
• Working as a team to reach a goal
• Networking with professional staff

Please note that the 2016 program is now open. For more information or to inquire about 2016, please email Chris Kobela at or Nick Wootsick at

Account Executive, Ticket Sales - Temple

IMG Learfield Ticket Solutions are looking for the best and brightest that have the desire to be a part of the leader of a growing industry that is revolutionizing how college athletics operate. Members of our team come in with a passion and commitment to be the best and are motivated by the opportunity to grow their respective careers. The Account Executive-Ticket Sales will learn about the business and how to sell through MVP and will be responsible for selling season tickets, partial plans and group packages via phone calls, face to face appointments, in-stadium meetings and special events. This position offers significant career growth within

IMG Learfield Ticket Solutions for successful members of our team including Senior Account Executive and General Manager.  IMG Learfield Ticket Solutions was recently named the Best Organization to work for in sports in a national contest conducted by TeamworkOnline. 
MVP, "Most Valuable Practices", is a proprietary training and development program which is the culmination of more than two decades of benchmarking best ticket sales practices from collegiate and professional sports. The result is comprehensive sales training program customized for the college sales area and taught year round to all IMG College Learfield Ticket Solutions employees.  MVP focuses on the proactive sales approach to the IMG Learfield Ticket Solutions sales engine. It requires our professional sales account executives to provide superior customer service with a focus on retaining and building new fans and donors. 

For more information, please visit our website

Responsibilities:  * Sell Football and Men's and Women's Basketball Season Tickets, Corporate Packages, Partial Plans, Group Tickets, and other Ticket products  * Call current and past customers and cold-call new sales leads to generate sales  * Contact area businesses and individuals via phone, in-person appointments and networking events to sell season tickets, corporate, partial plans and group ticket plans.  * Work all home games, performing various ticket sales and service duties throughout the game  * Build relationships to provide repeat business and excellent customer service  * Achieve and exceed weekly, monthly and annual sales goals established by management  * Act proactively to create opportunities for new business with existing customers  * Provide superior customer service to clients throughout the season  * Miscellaneous duties as assigned by General Manager 

Qualifications:  * Bachelors Degree or equivalent work experience  * Demonstrate a proven track record in sales and building quality relationships  * Have a friendly and professional telephone manner  * Strong desire to learn about our business and grow your professional career  * Effectively express ideas verbally and in writing  * Independently take action beyond what is called for  * Be able to generate original and imaginative solutions to business opportunities  * Demonstrate a positive attitude  * Maintain a flexible work schedule  Candidates should have a history of success in ticket sales preferably with a major Division 1 university or professional sports. Candidates should have a minimum of 1 year of sales experience. 

EEO Statement:  IMG College is an affirmative action-equal opportunity employer. It is the policy of IMG College not to discriminate against any applicant for employment, or any employee because of age, color, sex, disability, national origin, race, religion, or veteran status.
For more information and to apply:

Sage Restaurant Group

Sage Restaurant Group has multiple positions available at their new restaurant, Urban Farmer, located within the Logan Hotel due to open in December 2015.
For more information on openings and to apply, visit:

United States Olympic Committee (USOC)

December 3, 2015
The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) is hiring.   Below you will find a link to a great opportunity at the USOC.  Please share this information within your network.
The USOC is committed to a work environment free of discrimination and harassment through respecting and valuing the diversity among employees and all those with whom the USOC does business.
Below is the job description and link to apply:
Director, Collegiate Partnership -

Culinary Arts Director - Camp Laurel

December 2, 2015
Camp Laurel, one of New England's premier residential summer camps in Maine, seeks a Culinary Arts Director for the summer of 2016.
ChefCamp, our incredible Culinary Arts facility and program, teaches the wonderful world of cooking to children ages 7-15. The director manages the program and a staff of six in our ChefCamp Kitchen. Responsibilities include 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
We are seeking applicants with formal culinary training and a passion for working with children. Dates are mid-June to mid-August with excellent salary, travel, room and board included.
If you or anyone you know may be interested in this position, please contact Tim Eldredge at or call 203.227.8866.

For more information or to apply online, please visit our website:

Intern - European Athletics Championships

November 30, 2015

We are more than happy to announce that we have been able to create extra spots on our program where students can get experience working at an International sport event. Students will intern at the European Athletics Championships in Amsterdam, the Netherlands!

June 28 - July 13 2016

Students will get to know various aspects of hosting and working at a major International event. Being a team member of the promotional team or work as a liaison for  the athlete's, it is one of the many tasks the students will fulfill.

Let your students sign up today: Visit our website now!

Food Technologist - Food Sciences Corporation

November 30, 2015

Growing established nutritional company seeks individual with a degree in food science, nutrition or related field and a minimum of three years hands on experience to develop nutritional products and conduct research to support development of new products and program concepts.  This opportunity would enable you to see your work progress from concept to production.  Great salary and benefits.  EOE 

Summary :  Applies scientific principles in research, development, production, technology, quality control, packaging and processing of nutritionally designed foods and dietary supplements.  Conducts basic nutrition research for the development of programs to support product utilization.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities : include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Conducts bench top product development of nutritional food supplements, taking product from original concept to completion of manufacturing process.
Researches and develops nutrition and product parameters for unique applications in new market places. 
Researches methods to support development of new product and program concepts.
Evaluates raw materials and finished product contract manufacturers for product quality and process feasibility.
Provides evaluation and recommendations for product improvements by addressing flavor, texture, nutritional value, convenience, composition and cost.
Recommends specific ingredient, processes and packaging materials.
Provides technical support to current customer base.

Interested candidates should apply directly to:

Laraine V. Knauss, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Director of Human Resources
Food Sciences Corporation
821 East Gate Drive
Mt. Laurel, NJ  08054

Assistant Manager/Sous Chef - Day by Day

November 23, 2015

Assistant Manager/Sous Chef
Compensation: competitive
Employment type: full-time

Day by Day is looking for a skilled culinary person who wants to be part of a group that needs a creative, organized person who can assist with menu planning as well as producing consistent, high quality food.

Our business is lunch, brunch and catering . We are looking for a solid addition to our kitchen team . Someone who is enthusiastic, thoughtful, experienced, hard working, dependable who enjoys responsibility. Must have at least two years experience working in a professional kitchen. Understanding catering organization a plus. Must be really detailed and organized. Experience ordering and planning schedules a must.  Need to have ability to organize and manage hot or cold line . Saute , prepare entrees, soups and be part of motivated team.  Must have thorough cooking technique knowledge and have the ability to turn out well prepared meals under pressure.

Responsibilities include preparation of in-house menu and catering menu, entrees, appetizers. Ordering and planning schedules. Ability to create beautiful plates a must!

Creativity is welcome in contributing to our changing and seasonal menu.  Safe Serv certificate needed

35 plus hours/week.

References necessary. If you feel you have these qualifications, please apply to

Personal Chef - Narberth

November 23, 2015
Family in Narberth, PA is seeking a personal chef 2-4 days per week (hours are flexible) to provide healthy meals.  Position would include grocery shopping and clean up.   Fully equipped kitchen.  Salary negotiable.
Please contact Loretta Duckworth at

Food Writing Fellowship - Edible Philly

November 23, 2015

The Culinary Trust has paid food writing fellowship opportunity available at Edible Philly. This fellowship is available for early career writers to gain experience, mentorship, and published clips for two to four months. The current deadline is Nov. 29.

Interested candidates should complete the online application form:

Guest Service Agent - Courtyard Philadelphia Springfield

November 20, 2015

Opportunity:  Guest Service Agent

Greet, register and service guests in a friendly and courteous manner according to hotel/brand and sustainability standards. 

Potential Career Path 
Front Desk Supervisor or Sales Coordinator – Front Office Manager or Sales Manger

Position Requirements
• Immediately greet guest and offer to assist with their needs.
• Register and assign guests to hotel rooms.
• Establish method of payment and verify credit.
• Make and confirm reservations.
• Compute bills, collect payments, and make change for guests.
• Transmit and receive messages, using telephones or PMS system.
• Respond to guest requests in a timely manner.
• Receive and resolve guest complaints, elevating to supervisor if necessary. 
• Secure guests' valuables in hotel safe or safe-deposit boxes, if not available in guest rooms.
• Perform bookkeeping activities, such as balancing accounts and conducting audits.
• Be aware of guest satisfaction scores and work toward increasing departmental and overall guest satisfaction. 
• Follow sustainability guidelines.
• Practice safe work habits, wear protective safety equipment and follow MSDS and OSHA standards.
• Assist in the breakfast area or assist guests with luggage when staffing assistance is required or during peak periods.
• Ensure overall guest satisfaction.
• Perform other duties as requested by management.

• High School diploma or equivalent preferred.
• Previous customer service experience or equivalent training required.
• Knowledge of PMS systems preferred.

Work Environment and Context
• Work schedule varies and may include working on holidays, weekends and alternate shifts.
• Requires standing for extended periods, walking, pushing, lifting up to 25pounds, bending and reaching; stooping, kneeling, or crouching.

Interested candidates should send resumes to:

Kate Rogers
Director of Sales

Courtyard Philadelphia Springfield
400 W Sproul Road
Springfield, PA 19064


Marketing and Membership Manager - Radnor Valley Country Club

November 19, 2015

Radnor Valley Country Club, located in Villanova, PA, is currently recruiting applicants to fill the full time position of  Marketing and Membership Manager.

Applicants who may be interested in this outstanding opportunity may contact Rob Weissberg, general manager directly at

Pastry Cook, Saute Cook and Garde Manger - Ella's American Bistro

November 18, 2015

Ella's American Bistro in Wayne PA is currently hiring for the following positions: Pastry Cook, Saute Cook and Garde Manger. 
All opening are evenings.  Ella's American Bistro is a mid-high volume, upscale restuarant open 6 days a week for dinner service.
Interested candidates should contact Latoya Woodbury at:

BOH/FOH - Coeur and Local 44

November 18, 2015

Coeur Hiring Part Time Server/Bartender

Coeur is looking for an enthusiastic individual for three bartending shifts and possibly an additional serving shift.  Must have strong beer and wine knowledge and a genuine desire to accommodate our guests. Experience necessary. RAMP training is a plus.  Please reply to and include your resume.

Coeur Hiring Kitchen Staff (8th & Christian)

Coeur is interviewing prep cooks, line cooks, and dishwashers for both full and part time positions. Experience is required; ServSafe certification is a plus. Please include your resume when responding to

Local 44 Hiring Full-Time Line Cook

Local 44 is hiring a full time grill/fry cook. Experience is required; ServSafe certification is a plus. Please include your resume when responding to


Community Assistant - Cross Properties

November 17, 2015
Cross Properties is currently hiring a Community Assistant responsible for maintaining and promoting the community and the lifestyle of the property. The Community Assistant’s primary duties are to maintain the community’s lifestyle in regards to property appearance, marketing, resident functions, office operations and property cleanliness. A key component of the CA responsibilities is to positively market the property, gather prospects and maintain outstanding customer service.

Marketing duties include but are not limited to:
- Flyers
- Attending housing events
- Social events at the school and on Good Food Flats property
- Participate in weekly meetings with 15 day out Event Calendar with Initiatives and measureable actions
- Weekly report of traffic of prospects and business development opportunities
- Increase Instagram; Facebook and Twitter followers using Cross Properties Social Media Best Practices
- contribute to social media content calendar throughout the week with relevant topics
- Up to 20 hours/ week
- Community Events - attend and to be the voice of the community and engage with residents
- General office procedures: Packages; Property Cleanliness; Prepare for Move-ins; collateral;
Additional Information:
Commission Available
20-25 hours per week
Flexible scheduling
Interested applicants should contact:
Leah Mcvay
Director of Sales and Marketing

Part-time Host - Vernick Food & Drink

November 13, 2015
Vernick Food & Drink is seeking an experienced Host. Knowledge of Opentable reservation system is preferred. Candidates should enjoy working in a fast-paced and energetic environment, be eager to learn, and possess a desire to provide genuine hospitality to our guests. Candidates must be reliable, outgoing, organized, and should thrive in a team environment. Must be able to multi-task under pressure and communicate well. Flexible schedule required. To apply, reply by email with your availability and resume to

Sales Coordinator - Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia City Center

November 12, 2015
The Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia City Center is currently hiring a full times sales coordinator. 
Please send a resume to:

Josh Olivas

Power Train Sports

November 12, 2015

Power Train Sports and Fitness, is an emerging sports performance and fitness training franchise expanding nationally. We are looking for high energy, sports-minded individuals to join our team. If you are driven, goal oriented and have a passion for sports and fitness, then Power Train may be the place for you.

Founded in 2001, Power Train Sports is one of the countries’ leading providers of best in class sports performance training for athletes of all ages. Power Train Sports operates sports performance training centers and small group fitness studios under the brands of Power Train Sports and Power Train Fitness. The company offers results driven sports performance training programs, innovative group exercise programming, nutritional counseling and other products and services to help individuals surpass their performance goals. Power Train has provided performance training services for hundreds of professional athletes and has been featured by many national and international media outlets. Power Train is headquartered in Lancaster Pennsylvania, and currently has locations in PA, MD, NJ, NY, VA.

Fitness Instructor

Job Information
The Fitness Instructors contribute to Power Train’s success by promoting the company and ensuring that all members achieve results that help to increase referrals and member retention. Fitness Instructors will always strive to conduct themselves in a professional manner that demonstrates the company Mission and Vision. The Fitness Instructors performance objectives are to deliver high energy, fun and safe group fitness classes that start on time and are motivating.

Responsibilities and job functions include, but are not limited to:
• Model and promote the Power Train mission and values through appropriate behavior, appearance, words and actions.
• Uphold the company mission by leading group exercise classes that deliver results and are fun and motivating.
• Responsible to get substitutes when they are unavailable to teach classes.
• Engage in opportunities to grow client count through high quality interactions. Provide challenging and safe classes designed to drive overall membership growth and retention.
• Ensure that the fitness area remains surgically clean by executing on your daily cleaning and maintenance responsibilities
Desired Skills and Experience
• Ensure that the fitness area remains surgically clean by executing on your daily cleaning and maintenance responsibilities
• Qualified candidates must be at least 18 years of age or older and have a fitness/group exercise background
• Knowledge of and ability to communicate exercise principles as related to a well-rounded fitness program
• Physically fit to lead/coach class at the appropriate level
• Have current fitness/group exercise certification OR have at least 1-2 years of teaching/training experience
• Must possess current Red Cross/CPR certification
• Represent Power Train in a professional and positive manner at all times
• Ability to coach, cue, count and correct form throughout every class
• Ability to be professional and motivate class participants
• Ability to cooperate and work well with other staff members

Performance Coach

Job Information
The Performance Coach contributes to Power Train’s success by conducting themselves in a professional demeanor that exemplifies the company’s Mission and Vision. They are also responsible to help improve the overall success of the business by delivering world-class performance training, new business development and client retention.

Responsibilities and job functions include, but are not limited to:
• Model and promote Power Train’s Mission and Vision through appropriate behavior, appearance, words and actions
• Uphold company mission by delivering world-class training sessions that meet the company standards for ratios and program design
• Effectively conduct Free Trials designed to drive new business
• Execute on all daily sales and new business development activities
• Engage in opportunities to grow client count through high quality interactions and creative training sessions designed to drive overall membership growth and retention
• Participate in local marketing and community events
Desired Skills and Experience
• College degree in Sports Management, Exercise Science, or National Strength and Conditioning Association – CSCS Certification
• 6 months to 1 year of fitness training or coaching experience
• Experience with lead generation and sales is a plus
• Coachable and have the ability to connect with athletes of all ages.
• Enthusiastic, passionate and knowledgeable regarding coaching and sports performance training
• Excellent communication skills
• Customer service orientation
• Prior experience teaching group fitness classes a plus
• Results oriented, driven to succeed
• Strong work-ethic

Performance Director

Job Information
The Performance Director contributes to Power Train’s success by leading site operations, sales and sessions to develop and sustain a facility environment that supports the company’s Mission and Vision. In addition the Performance Director is responsible for leading the location’s efforts to improve the overall success of the business through new business development, operational excellence and client retention.
Responsibilities and job functions include, but are not limited to:
• Role model and promote Power Train’s Mission and Vision by motivating and supporting all team members to deliver performance results that exceed our clients and team members expectations
• Deliver performance results that exceed the company’s sales and revenue expectations
• Manage the daily performance of all club members by providing timely, consistent and action oriented feedback
• Drive facility sales efforts to ensure center profitability
• Create opportunities to grow client count through high quality interactions and creative training sessions designed to drive overall membership growth and retention
• Build and develop high performing teams focused on creating a quality experience for our athletes
• Ensure site is staffed with motivated, high-level talent by recruiting, training and developing the team
• Oversee all marketing and community outreach activities
Desired Skills and Experience
• College degree in Sports Management, Exercise Science, or National Strength and Conditioning Association
• 1-3 years of management/supervisory experience
• Prior experience with membership/direct sales is a plus
• Ability to consistently execute on all company strategies and initiatives that deliver positive business results
• Able to perform and excel in a fluid and dynamic work environment
• Customer service orientation
• Results oriented, driven to succeed
• Strong work ethic


November 11, 2015

The Middle Atlantic Section of The PGA of America (MAPGA) is offering three internships for three-months in junior golf tournaments to college students from May to August.  The MAPGA is the sixth largest of the 41 sections in The PGA of America with over 1,100 members and apprentices.  The Section is comprised of PGA professionals in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, DC.   The intern will report to the Junior Golf Director and assist in conducting approximately 40 golf tournaments throughout the season. 


Interns will learn everything that is involved with conducting a golf tournament. Some of the duties and responsibilities include:
• On-course rules officiating
• Tournament administration set-up and preparation
• Starting and scoring of players
• Media and public relations plus tournament promotion
• Equipment inventory, maintenance and replenishment
• Public speaking
• Other duties as needed to support the Section

• Experience in Golf
• Strong interpersonal skills
• Ability to work and communicate in a team environment
• Excellent communications skills, both written and verbal
• Well organized, punctual, energetic, innovative and a “self starter”
• Excellent computer skills
• Strong work ethic, physical stamina

May 20 – August 20 (These dates are flexible to some degree)


$1,100 per month plus reimbursable travel expenses.  Includes Housing and Utilities.

RÉSUMÉ DEADLINE:    Monday, November 20, 2015

    Bob Heintz, Junior Golf Director
    Middle Atlantic PGA Section
    1 PGA Drive
    Stafford, VA 22554 

Team Members - Herban Quality Eats

November 11, 2015
Exciting chance to be a valuable team member in an original & fresh restaurant brand! If you want to cook great food, hustle, and have fun while doing it, Herban is your place and we look forward to hearing from you ↓ ↓ ↓ ↓
Herban Quality Eats,,  is a new restaurant at 36th & Market in University City. We cook delicious meals made fresh using 100% legit & clean ingredients, sold at a fair price. We take pride in making nutritious taste delicious, delivering top-quality food and providing exceptional customer service. .
We're seeking high-energy squad members to work with in our store. Team members have an opportunity to get promoted and move up in our growing company.

Please provide a resume and answers to the following questions:
- Why you would be a great fit
- Three personality traits for a great restaurant team member
- What you look forward to learning at Herban

Email resumes and answers to

Ideal candidates MUST have the following characteristics:
- Honest, dependable, hard-working, enthusiastic
- Enjoy being a team player and receiving feedback to improve efficiency
- Willing to learn new things
- Authorized to work in the U.S.

Ideal candidates MAY have the following as an added bonus (but not a necessity):
- Experience preparing foods from scratch
- Passionate about healthy eating

- Hospitality: show customers we are on their side in everything we do
- Prep: prep fresh vegetables, fruits, herbs, and make sauces from scratch
- Cook: grill proteins, roast vegetables, make side dishes
- Serve: work the assembly line - serve plates to guests accurately and hospitably
- Register: greet guests and check them out quickly

Email resumes and answers to

LSN Academy - Lax Sports Network

November 9, 2015
Lax Sports Network is proud to announce LSN Academy!
Providing an opportunity for college students majoring in a communications-related field, LSN Academy provides a unique opportunity to gain on-air reporting experience covering college lacrosse for Lax Sports Network, the first ever network dedicated to the fastest growing sport in North America.

Candidates accepted into the LSN Academy program will receive college credit.

Lax Sports Network is seeking interns from colleges around the country to cover their school’s lacrosse programs.
Video reports filed will be used across multiple Lax Sports Network platforms, particularly but not limited to being featured on the network’s signature news and highlight show Lacrosse Now and also made available On Demand.

LSN Academy members will create their reports shooting and editing with their own phone or mobile device using a state of the art platform provided by the Network. Lax Sports Network will provide training and necessary support. Students will also receive feedback and training in reporting, on-air, and production techniques throughout the semester from Lax Sports Network producers and managers.

LSN Academy reporters will be required to file 3-5 video reports per week, and work a schedule based on the media availability and schedule of the team(s) they are covering, including evening and weekend games and practices as necessary.

LSN Academy is the perfect opportunity for the aspiring on-air reporter to develop their skills in a real-world environment.

Students interested in being considered for LSN Academy, please email your resume and contact information to

2016 Seasonal Associates - Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs

November 6, 2015
The Lehigh Valley Iron Pigs are are hiring seasonal associates for the 2016 season. 
Qualifcations & Requirements:

Seasonal Associate candidates will need to be available for the entire internship program.  (Approximately January 6 - September 9)

This is a full time internship.  Candidates will be required to work all normal business hours including games.  Additional weekends and Holidays will also be required.

Internship credits are available for those seeking college credit.

Willingness to learn and excel in the sports industry is strongly desired.

Excellent verbal and written communications skills

Ability to multi task and handle time sensitive deadlines

Ability to work in a fast pace environment and respond to change quickly

Team player willing to go above and beyond
The following internships are available:
Ticket Sales
Food and Beverage
Stadium Operations
The Iron Pigs will hold an interview date that candidates will be asked to attend on Saturday, November 21.
Please apply through

November 5, 2015
Position:   Banquet Production Cook
Department:  Culinary
Reports to:   Banquet Production Chef
Responsible for properly preparing and cooking all food items in a safe, timely, and organized manner, while maintaining high quality of foods. 
Job Duties
• Be able to prepare, portion, cook, and plate food accordingly. Be able to produce standardized recipes 
• Ensure station is prepared to meet anticipated business levels, assisting fellow staff as needed 
• Have the ability to safely handle kitchen tools and equipment following sanitation guidelines  Maintain quality and freshness of food through proper storage and maintenance
• Follow all appropriate procedures and works under supervision of the culinary management team
• High school diploma or GED equivalent
• 6 months experience in food service preferred
• Must be Serv-Safe certified 

Position:   Casual Dining Cook
Department:  Culinary
Reports to:   Casual Dining Sous Chef

Responsible for properly preparing and cooking all food items in a safe, timely, and organized manner while maintaining high quality of foods. 
Job Duties
• Be able to produce from standardized recipes
• Be able to prepare, portion, and cook food accordingly 
• Ensure stations are prepared to meet anticipated levels of business for the day, assisting fellow staff when needed 
• Consistently meet ticket time requirements 
• Accomplish daily cleaning duties in an efficient manner following sanitation guidelines
• Ability to properly handle high volume cooking and plating while maintaining consistent quality of food in a fast paced environment 
• Work hands-on with other kitchen personnel to ensure high quality of food, timeliness of food service, proper food handling, and maintaining a safe and sanitary kitchen
• Follow all appropriate procedures and works under supervision of the culinary management team
• High school diploma or GED equivalent
• 6 months experience in food service preferred 
• Must be Serv-Safe certified    

Position:   Fine Dining Server Assistant (Part Time)
Department:  Restaurant
Reports to:   Fine Dining Shift Manager

Works hands-on with service personnel and food and beverage management to ensure high quality of food and beverage service with emphasis on customer satisfaction.  
Job Duties
• Work in a supporting role with servers and beverage servers
• Must provide complete customer satisfaction with the highest level of service
• Must be able to physically handle working on your feet for long periods of time 
• Responsible for setting the tables in the restaurant
• Responsible for the restocking of the dishes and silverware in the servers' working station
• This role must also keep the servers' station stocked to par and any other items that need replenishing
• This role’s duties include keeping all work areas in a clean and orderly state at all times, including the dining room
• High school diploma or equivalent
• Ability to communicate effectively with others; understands and complies with all Company and departmental rules and regulations
• Must have full working knowledge of MICROS POS 
• Must be Serv-Safe certified 
• Must be TIPS or RAMP certified 
• Must be knowledgeable and adhere to all PLCB regulations

Position:   Fine Dining Host (on call and part time
Department:  Restaurants
Reports to:   Fine Dining Shift Manager
Responsible for the seating of customers and taking reservations.
Job Duties
• Main duties include greeting customers as they arrive at the facility and thank them for their patronage upon departure 
• Host will be required to make decisions about where large groups of customers will sit in the restaurant
• The host directs and instructs the dining room personnel on customer needs to ensure customers receive fast and quality service from the moment they arrive 
• Should a party have special needs or request accommodations, the host ensures the group's requirements are met
• This may include services needed for small children, as well as for individuals with disabilities or food allergies

• High school diploma or equivalent 
• Ability to communicate effectively with others; understands and complies with all company and departmental rules and regulations
• Must have full working knowledge of MICROS POS 
• Must be Serv-Safe certified 
• Must be TIPS or RAMP certified 
• Must be knowledgeable and adhere to all PLCB regulations

Position:   Housekeeping Attendant (part-time)
Department:  Hotel Operations
Reports to:   Floor Housekeeping Supervisor

Responsible for the cleanliness of guest rooms in adherence to franchise and corporate policies. 
Job Duties
• Clean all assigned guest rooms according to prescribed guidelines, ensuring that the guest room is in compliance with standard room set up
• Replenish supplies such as drinking glasses and writing supplies  
• Maintain an inventory of items placed in the guest rooms  
• Responsible for using only approved cleaning products 
• Responsible for communication finished assignments to supervisor 
• Sort all linens for the washer 
• Inspect linens for tears and stains and pretreats for reclaim or removes them from inventory 
• Properly operate washing and drying machines 
• Report all needed repairs to the Engineering Department 
• Iron all linens in accordance to hotel standards 
• Fill in for other housekeeping duties as needed 
• High School diploma or equivalent preferred 
• At least one month related experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience 
Position:   Steward
Department:  Culinary
Reports to:   Steward Shift Manager

Responsible for the maintenance and sanitation of all food service operations and back of house operations.
Job Duties
• Performs duties such as dishwashing, cleaning of all production equipment, floor cleaning and trash removal. 
• This is a general utility position that may call for many additional tasks
• General kitchen, back of house cleanliness, removes all garbage and boxes
• Pot washing and dishwashing 
• Floor sanitation duties 
• Cleaning maintenance on all kitchen equipment and returns to proper place 
• Transports food from kitchen to outlets 
• Assists receiving in putting food products away 
• High school diploma or equivalent
• Chemical handling as per MSDS
Additional opportunities can also be found at
For more information, please contact:
Gabriel Guzman
Staffing Specialist
Valley Forge Casino Resort
1160 First Avenue
King of Prussia, PA  19406
P:  610.354.8232
F:  610.768.3201

Food Safety Extension Associate - Penn State

November 5, 2015

Penn State Extension is seeking a qualified candidate to provide program team management and assistance for food service/retail operations and consumer food safety programs, in partnership with Extension educators and faculty in the Department of Food Science. The role of the position is to assure that county-based educators, who are part of the Food Safety & Quality (FS&Q) State Extension team, are implementing educational programs and developing supporting materials designed to address food safety issues and prevent foodborne illness for food industry professionals employed in food service and/or retail establishments, as well as consumers across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. This position is a standing staff position in which the successful candidate will be expected to embrace innovation and new approaches that enhance access to and value of our food safety educational program products. The individual in the position will: assess state and national needs, issues and trends in food safety, prepare background information for use in food safety program planning, and support the College’s strategic plan to enhance and expand food safety programming. The candidate will develop, gather, and organize food safety information, displays, posters, publications, and curricula for county-based Extension educators. The individual also will oversee the Food Safety Manager Certification and the Master Food Preserver programs, which include courses for food service and retail establishments (ServSafe, Tap Series) and Home Food Preservation offered by Extension personnel throughout Pennsylvania. This position also will assist in the development and dissemination of food safety information via the department, statewide events, and/or locally-sponsored programs, workshops or short courses. The candidate also will extend program outreach to diverse or underserved audiences and must be able to work effectively with diverse populations and audiences.  Excellent verbal and written communications skills are required in English and valued in Spanish. The individual will organize professional development for Extension educators and Nutrition Links program assistants, as well as work with 4-H educators to increase youth involvement in food safety projects and practices. The individual will be expected to develop original content to engage audiences through innovative educational methods such as online courses, videos, mobile apps, and electronic publications in addition to traditional publications and in-person presentations. The individual will assist with development and maintenance of food safety related materials or training programs on the Extension website and Extension Registration System (CVent). This position will work closely with Extension Staff and Faculty members in the Department of Food Science at Penn State to develop and evaluate the impact of food safety programs, curricula, or materials used by Extension educators and report this information to appropriate clientele and agencies. The candidate will collaborate with Extension Staff and Faculty members in the Department of Food Science to secure funding (revenue generation, grants, sponsorships, donations) for food safety educational programs or curricula development and evaluation, as well as plan and record time allocation for Extension programs into the Extension Program Activity System (EPAS), the College of Agricultural Sciences planning and reporting system. This job will be filled as a level 2, or level  3, depending upon the successful candidate's competencies, education, and experience. Typically requires a Master's degree or higher plus two years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience for a level 2. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. The candidate must demonstrate the ability to apply research results to practical situations, as well as demonstrate the ability to use oral and written communication methods effectively. Strong technology skills are an asset to this position. The candidate must have outstanding organizational skills and the ability to multitask effectively. Since this position requires operation of a motor vehicle as part of the job duties, the candidate must have a valid driver’s license and use of a private automobile. Successful completion of a motor vehicle records check is required, in addition to standard background checks.

Visit to apply. Review of applications will begin January 4, 2016 and continue until a suitable candidate is identified.

Multiple Positions - Chestnut Hill Hotel

November 3, 2015
Social Media and Marketing Intern
We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join the Chestnut Hill Hotel/Market at the Fareway team. The ideal candidate will have experience in advertising on all social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Linkedin).  This is great opportunity for a sophomore, junior, senior, or recent graduate to take ownership and help us develop our marketing strategy and manage our social media outlet;  the sky's the limit and there is no right or wrong answer.  The candidate has the potential to formulate the internship according to his or her interests and strengths.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
• Starting and managing social media ad campaigns to increase “likes”, followers, and interaction for the Chestnut Hill Hotel and Market at the Fareway.
• Analyzing Google Analytics and making recommendations
• Creating content for the Chestnut Hill Hotel and Market at the Fareway websites
• Setting up methods to collect email addresses to create a mailing list
• Conducting market research to better understand the customer and devise ways to fill “need” periods
• Finding one to two vendors to lease the remaining space in the Market
All interested applicants must submit a resume to Lindsey Pete (  Please include a cover letter or brief statement explaining why you are the best person for the position.  What will you bring to the table?  How does this internship align with your interests and goals?
Front Desk Associate and Housekeeping Supervisor Intern
We are looking for a highly motivated individual to join the Chestnut Hill Hotel team.  The ideal candidate will have an interest in hospitality and managing people.  This is a great opportunity for a sophomore, junior, senior, or recent graduate to take the reins and make an impact at a small boutique hotel.  It is the perfect way to learn all aspects of the industry. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
• Working all three front desk shifts (7am-3pm, 3pm-11pm, and 11pm-7am)
• Working the continental breakfast and handling laundry
• Working in the housekeeping department including cleaning rooms, inspecting rooms, conducting monthly inventory, leading the morning meetings, checking linen closets at the end of each day, supervising the cleanliness of the outside and the Market, writing schedules, and assigning boards for the day.
All interested applicants must submit a resume to Lindsey Pete (  Please include a cover letter or brief statement explaining why you are the best person for the position.  What will you bring to the table?  How does this internship align with your interests and goals?

October 30, 2015

Enthusiastic Line Cook Wanted FT (Philadelphia/Rittenhouse Square)

Top tiered restaurant is seeking line cooks who have a passion for hospitality, commitment to excellence and who understand the importance of team work. This critically acclaimed team of professionals believes in promoting from within. Excellent opportunity for career growth!!!

Fine dining/top tier restaurant experience
Excellent knife skills
Ability to multi-task
An attention to detail and willingness to learn
Great communication skills
Strong work ethic

Recent culinary school grads welcome. Non smokers preferred.

To be considered for this position please reply with your resume and at least 2 professional references to NO GOOGLE DOCS. Interviews and stages are being scheduled now.

Compensation: Salaried/commensurate with experience

Mis en Place ( recruiting services.

Cooks and Cashiers - Wahlburgers Philadelphia

October 27, 2015

Wahlburgers Philadelphia is now hiring cooks and cashiers for their new Philadelphia location.
To apply:

Family Resource Specialist - Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

October 26, 2015

Family Resource Specialist
Division of General Surgery             
The Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment
Children’s Surgical Associates, Ltd.
The Family Resource Specialist serves as a primary contact for patients, families and visitors to The Center for Fetal Diagnosis and Treatment (CFDT) and Fetal Heart Program (FHP).  With the goal of increasing patient family satisfaction, and decreasing barriers to care, the specialist coordinates the arrival, lodging, and activities for all patients ensuring seamless care.  The specialist will be a liaison between the CFDT and local hotels, restaurants, Ronald McDonald House Charities, car services, and travel agencies. This position works in collaboration with the International Access Coordinator, CHOP Foundation Director of Concierge Services, clinical staff and their representatives (Obstetrics, Surgery, Cardiology, Nursing, Anesthesia, Neonatology, Social Work, etc.) to ensure all aspects of the patients/families visit are exemplary.  The specialist will collaborate in planning and executing outreach initiatives, special events and educational programs, including arranging travel and planning for CFDT conferences, exhibits, lectures and educational events.
•         Minimum requirements include a high school diploma or equivalent and 5+ years of hospitality experience.  Hospitality trained BS or BS candidate strongly preferred.
•         Experience in a professional setting, customer service, hospitality and scheduling  preferred.
•         Exceptional interpersonal skills, including the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with patients, physicians, management, staff, and other customers.
•         Must have good organizational and communication skills and able to maintain confidentiality and professionalism.
•         Knowledge of multiple languages a plus.

For more information and to apply, visit:

Events Manager and Brand Ambassador - Hubbub Coffee Company

October 26, 2015


HubBub Coffee started in 2009 as a full service coffee truck.  Since then, we’ve expanded to three brick-and-mortar cafes and are continuing to grow, but we remain deeply connected to our mobile roots.  We are proud of the way that our Truck and our new Cold Brew Trikes allow us to reach new and different audiences, and bring amazing coffee to places beyond the scope of our shops. 

We are seeking an organized and motivated Events Manager and Brand Ambassador to coordinate and grow our events program.  This is an opportunity to create something new and exciting, and as such, a strong sense of self motivation is essential.  If you are passionate about food and beverage, enjoy working with people, and thrive in self-directed, fast-paced environments, please read on…

The Events Manager and Brand Ambassador is a full-time position with two distinct but equally critical goals: innovate, develop and execute HubBub event strategies in collaboration with our founder and management team, and serve as a compelling brand ambassador for HubBub. 

Coordinating all details of events (private parties, weddings, employee appreciation events, trade shows, food expos, charity events, etc.)
Actively soliciting and securing additional events business for HubBub
Fielding rental inquiries for private events or HubBub cafe locations
Working with cafe managers to hire, train and schedule event staff
Communicating with clients, event organizers, vendors, venue managers, etc. in a timely and professional way
Visiting venues to plan logistics, as necessary
Monitoring event timelines and ensuring deadlines are met
Coordinating with our management team to ensure that all products are appropriately prepared for events
Working with HubBub’s communications team to publicize events
Keeping inventory of backdrops, promotional items and other display materials
Managing mechanical repairs, tune-ups and maintenance of the Truck and Trikes
Creating and building relationships with venues, wedding planners, etc. in the region
Researching and pursuing unexplored avenues of event growth and opportunity

Required Skills:
Minimum of 1-3 years of demonstrated, successful event administration and planning experience
A go-getter attitude: you must take initiative and be comfortable working independently
Strong communication skills
Ability to coordinate with external vendors and partners
Positively represent the HubBub brand in both internal and external communications
Deep understanding of the HubBub brand
Strong attention to detail and sense of urgency
Ability to manage and thrive under tight deadlines
Willingness to work evenings and weekends, as necessary

Preferred Skills:
Experience working in hospitality industryevents and/or marketing
An interest or background in coffee is a bonus, but not required; enthusiasm to learn about the HubBub brand and our coffee philosophy is mandatory
A competitive salary, commensurate with experience
Medical insurance
Free coffee!

COMPENSATION   this position is PAID: salaried

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Coordinator of Special Events & Alumni Relations - Roman Catholic HS

October 26, 2015

Job Description:

Serving as an ambassador, the Coordinator of Special Events and Alumni Relations is responsible to provide the Office of Advancement and the Alumni Association with professional expertise and volunteer service in the planning, coordination, and execution of programs, projects and events that advance the Mission of Roman Catholic High School.

• Plan, implement and promote alumni programs that support the Office of Advancement's strategic plan.
• Ensure accurate and complete alumni database records; capture contact, biographical and career information of alumni via surveys, projects (e.g. alumni directory), correspondence, website, postal returns, etc.
• Establish and build relationships with a wide range of alumni, and members of the local civic and business communities; maintain regular communication with alumni via direct contact, email blasts, alumni web pages, and print publications
• Collaborate closely with development colleagues in increasing support from alumni; routinely identify and qualify alumni prospects for gifts; communicate development-related activities via written contact reports filed in Raiser's Edge and attendance at prospect management meetings
Event Planning and Production
• Assist with negotiations for space contracts and book event space, arrange food and beverage, order supplies and audiovisual equipment, make travel arrangements, order event signs, and ensure appropriate décor (florals, linens, color schemes, etc.) to meet the quality expectations of the alumni association.
• Aggressively gather information on each project to achieve quality event productions.
• Conduct research, make site visits, and find resources to help staff make decisions about event possibilities.
• Create and revised room layouts for each event.
• Serve as liaison with vendors on event-related matters.
• Assist with managing on-site production and clean up for events as necessary.
• Prepare nametags, materials, notebooks, packages, gift bags, registration lists, seating cards, etc.
Event Administration:
• Assist with preparing budgets and provide periodic progress reports for each event project.
• Creates purchase orders or other financial arrangements for vendor services following procurement services.
• Keep track of event finances including check requests, invoicing, and reporting.
• Prepare and modify event contracts as requested

• Excellent organizational and communication skills, including writing, proof reading skills, and speaking.
• Ability to manage multiple projects and work assignments simultaneously with close attention to detail and prioritization to meet deadlines.
• Excellent interpersonal skills both in person and by phone, with high professionalism.
• Ability to accomplish projects with little supervision, combined with demonstrated flexibility
• Fantastic customer service ethic and high expectations for quality.
• Develops invitation lists, issues invitations and manages guest responses. Provides guest lists and briefing materials to appropriate RCHS officials.
• Produces invitations, programs and other events materials.
• Creates purchase orders or other financial arrangements for vendor services following procurement services.
• High professional and ethical standards for handling confidential information
• Bachelor’s degree preferred; significant work experience can substitute for the degree.
• Proficient using the latest versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, and mail merges; email and web searches. Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge preferred.
• Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed

Institution: Roman Catholic High School
Location: Philadelphia
Title: Coordinator of Special Events and Alumni Relations
Type: Full Time
Roman Catholic High School is seeking candidates for the position of Coordinator of Special Events and Alumni Relations who have demonstrated the ability to think creatively, critically and apply best business practices in the areas of project management, marketing, event planning and supervision. Responsibilities include planning, coordinating, and execution of regular meetings as well as special projects and events, including alumni reunions, golf outings, etc. The Coordinator negotiates for space contracts and books event space, arranges food and beverage, orders supplies and audiovisual equipment, makes travel arrangements, orders event signage, and ensures appropriate décor (florals, linens, color schemes, etc.) to meet the quality expectations of the Advancement Office.
Successful candidates must be highly organized and detailed oriented with ability to successfully prioritize and complete multiple projects simultaneously. Work independently, utilizing excellent judgment and strong decision making skills. Possess exceptional oral and written communication skills and interact effectively with multiple constituencies and audiences.  Proficient using the latest versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, and mail merges; email and web searches.  Knowledge of Raiser’s Edge preferred.  Ability to work evenings and weekends as needed.
Candidates should submit their resume along with a writing sample to: Patrick Plunkett, Executive Director of Institutional Advancement Roman Catholic High School. 301 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA  19103

Athletics & Recreational Facilities Assistant - Drexel Athletics

October 22, 2015
Title: Athletics & Recreational Facilities Assistant
Department: Athletics
Reports to: Assistant Athletics Director for Facilities & Operations

Position Summary:
Position will serve as a Facilities Assistant for all of Drexel’s Athletic and Recreation facilities. This person works under the supervision of the Assistant Athletic Director to meet and fulfill the mission and responsibility of managing these facilities.

1. Perform weekly facility checks and report all maintenance/custodial issues through the University’s Work Order system for the Rec Center, Daskalakis Athletic Center, Armory, and Outdoor Recreational Facilities.
2. Attend weekly meetings with the Facilities & Operations Team
3. Assist with event management in facilities, including Intercollegiate, university, & external events.
4. Implement all facility safety procedures and standards that are set in place.
5. Assist in inventory controls and organization (quantity and condition) of facility and athletic equipment.
6. Responsible for knowledge and adherence to all University & Athletic Department policies and NCAA rules.
7. Other duties as assigned by direct supervisor.

Job Requirements:
1. Evening and weekend hours
2. 20-30 hours a week
3. Pay: $12/hr.

1. A bachelor’s degree required, Master’s Degree in related field preferred.
2. 1-2 years of experience in collegiate/athletic facility management experience.
3. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint required.
4. Ability to lift equipment/supplies weighing approximately 50 lbs.
5. The ability to work in a fast paced environment and proven success to organize, prioritize, and manage multiple projects/assignments.
6. CPR/AED Certified
7. Valid driver's license required.
For more information and to apply:
Christopher R. Koneski
Assistant Athletics Director for Facilities & Operations
Department of Athletics
Drexel University
3141 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Tel: 215.895.1419  |  Fax: 215.895.2037

Food Writing Fellowships - The Culinary Trust

October 19, 2015

The Culinary Trust is thrilled to announce the launch of our new Growing Leaders program: Cause-based Food Writing Fellowships at print and online sites across the country. These two- to four-month long paid fellowships will help food writers early in their careers develop their skills and unique voice, learn more about food issues across the country, provide mentoring, and result in published work.


Our Growing Leaders Food Writing Fellowship placements for our launch year include the online publication Civil Eats and Edible Communities publications across the country. Our reasons to focus on these publications for our launch year include 1) they feature food stories that connect with The Culinary Trust's mission to help people understand and act on critical issues in food, and 2) we value the diversity of important food stories happening across the U.S. and want to reflect that diversity by providing fellowships in communities across the country.

Applications are now open for Food Writing Fellowships at:
Edible Madison
Edible Michiana
Civil Eats
With more to be announced soon

Our Food Writing Fellowships are structured to:
• Have a duration of 2-4 months on part-time schedule (exact timing will be determined among site, candidate, and The Culinary Trust)
• Provide mentoring by publication staff and established contributing writers
• Provide food writing opportunities that include research and reporting on food issues and cause-driven food leaders
• Result in published full-length articles
• Allow contributions to multimedia web content and podcast content (when available)
• Provide $3500 to each successful candidate (some of which can be allocated to short-term living expenses)

Questions? Please contact executive director Laura Atkinson at

Multiple Positions - 12st Catering

October 15, 2015

12st Catering is currently hiring!

We are seeking candidates for the following positions:
Event Captains
Event Chefs
Production cooks
Line Cooks

We offer competitive pay and flexible work hours in a positive and enjoyable work environment.
Most Positions are part time /on call and based on the needs of the business.

If you are passionate about top quality service and style, and are eager to work in a dynamic, fast-paced and vibrant environment, stop by our job fair, please bring a resume!

12st Catering Job Fair
Thursday, October 22nd, from 9am -11am  and 4pm - 6pm at our Commissary:

3312 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia, PA 19104

Please visit our website at If you can’t attend the job fair please e-mail your resume and headshot to to set up an interview.

Sales & Business Development Intern - Philadelphia Soul

October 13, 2015

The Philadelphia Soul of the Arena Football League have an opening as a Sales & Business Development Intern for spring 2016.  Our offices are located in Voorhees, NJ across from the Echelon Mall, and our home arena is the Wells Fargo Center.  The season will begin in March 2016.

College Credit is a requirement for this position. 

For more information and to apply:

Multiple Positions - Boston Red Sox

October 13, 2015

JOB TITLE:    Scouting Coordinator
DEPARTMENT:  Baseball Operations

REPORTS TO: Director of Amateur Scouting and Director of Player Personnel


This role will assist the Director of Amateur Scouting and the Director of Player Personnel with a variety of Amateur and International Professional Scouting administration as follows:

• Oversee all aspects of international pro/amateur scouting video databases
• Update department manuals and create information binders as needed
• Oversee preparation for all department meetings throughout the year
• Complete research projects on various topics (i.e. Cuban/Asian markets, performance analysis)
• Manage ongoing organization of player pages, scouting reports and statistics in player database
• Train new scouts on Red Sox procedures and provide necessary support to scouts working remotely (i.e. IT support, equipment requests)
• Video scouting coverage locally and by assignment
• Coordinate submission of player information for Draft ID numbers
• Oversee international professional scouting department expense reports
• Help manage and support Spanish speaking employees

• Bachelor’s degree required
• Fluency in both Spanish and English
• 1-2 years of experience working in professional baseball
• Experience with Microsoft Office Suite
• Available to work extensive hours, including evenings, weekends, and holidays
• Travel to Spring Training and other agreed upon trips as required
• Willing to relocate to Boston if necessary

JOB TITLE:    Facilities Technician 

DEPARTMENT:  Facilities Management

REPORTS TO:    Manager of Facilities Services and Planning   

Serving as part of the Facilities Management Team, this position will perform a wide variety of tasks associated with the presentation and maintenance of Fenway Park.  S/he will perform routine maintenance duties, preventative maintenance, initial response, stabilization, and/or repair for all types of building infrastructure maintenance requests.  Perform repairs requiring core skills of the trades and related duties as required.  This position will participate in providing exceptional customer service and assist in identifying standards and strategies that will result in facility operating efficiencies.      

• Ensures that Fenway Park is maintained to the standards established by the Boston Red Sox.
• Inspects, adjusts, modifies, and/or performs preventative maintenance and repairs to ensure the following systems are maintained in good working order:  HVAC and mechanical systems, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, painting, caulking, fire protection, and fixtures. 
• Assists in performing winterization and restart of all required plumbing fixtures.
• Monitors and assists in maintaining Red Sox offices, Suites, and Clubs - including patching, painting, lamp replacements, furniture moves, etc.
• Supervises and coordinates outside contractors.
• Assists in the general presentation and level of cleanliness throughout Fenway Park – including organizing and maintaining the proper placement of portable equipment (tables, chairs, receptacles, etc). 
• Completes work requests and operational assignments with a minimum of supervision.
• Assists in the execution of all game and non-game event set-ups/breakdowns.
• Assists with snow removal throughout Fenway Park.
• Supervises seasonal, hourly staff. 
• Assists with internally managed ballpark renovation projects and completes other duties as assigned. 

• Five years related experience in the maintenance and operation of complex building system infrastructure.
• Knowledgeable and experienced with HVAC, plumbing, mechanical, electrical and/or carpentry systems.  Trade license or certification in one of the core trades is strongly preferred.   
• Must observe and comply with all standard safety codes and practices and perform work in accordance with recognized trade standards, local and national codes, and OSHA regulations. 
• Must be able to read and interpret plans, specifications, and operating manuals
• Maintain positive attitude and work collaboratively as a member of a team to provide the highest levels of customer service.
• Possess an ongoing willingness to acquire new skills and utilize technology to streamline processes and problem solve is essential.
• Must accommodate business demands and required overtime for special events, special projects, maintenance emergencies, snow removal and peak season hours.
• Must be organized and detail oriented.
• Must be available for 24-hour emergency on-call service on a rotational basis.
• Must have familiarity with windows-based computer applications.  
• Must have a valid driver’s license. 

JOB TITLE:    Inside Sales Representative, Red Sox Sales Academy

DEPARTMENT:  Ticketing

REPORTS TO:     Manager, Red Sox Sales Academy

The Boston Red Sox created the “Red Sox Sales Academy” in April of 2013 to grow future sports and entertainment sales leaders.  This entry level position allows for involvement in a sales development program focused on building the skills necessary to become a full menu sales professional in the sports industry.  Responsibilities include actively selling all inventory at Fenway Park including season tickets, premium seating, partial plans, group and individual tickets.  Sales Academy representatives are full time members of the Red Sox front office serving a 3 year term.
• Coordinates and executes a minimum of 80 sales calls per day on any and all potential customers.
• Develops new leads through cold calling, networking events, utilization of CRM and referrals from current customers.
• Prospects and qualifies all potential sales opportunities in addition to the leads that are provided
• Meets regularly with Manager, Red Sox Sales Academy, and provides accurate updates on prospecting activity, sales performance, outside appointments, and account management.
• Provides excellent customer service to prospects and current clients over the phone and at games.
• Assists in fulfilling premium events and servicing premium groups when needed.
• Represents the Club in a positive and professional manner at all times.
• Bachelor’s degree required.
• Relevant sales experience preferred.
• Strong desire to be a sales industry leader.
• Excellent history of revenue generation, implementation, and new business strategies.
• Strong customer service skills, self-motivated, excellent communication, time management and organizational skills.
• Proven ability to multi-task and manage projects on strict deadlines.
• Must be able to work flexible hours including nights, weekends, and holidays.
• Proficiency in, Microsoft Office, particularly Outlook, Word, and Excel required.
Recent Graduates of the Academy have moved on to the following full time positions within the sports industry:
- Premium Season Ticket Account Executive – Boston Red Sox
- Premium Sales Account Executive – Boston Red Sox
- 3 Group Sales Account Executives - Boston Red Sox
- Season Ticket Account Executive – Boston Red Sox
- Group Sales Account Executive – Boston Bruins
- Season Ticket Account Executive – Boston Celtics
- Account Executive  - Brooklyn Nets
- Business Development Manager – Washington Redskins
- Season Ticket Account Executive – San Jose Sharks

Please encourage candidates to send an updated resume directly to me via e-mail. 
Mike Danubio | Director, Human Resources | Boston Red Sox | 4 Yawkey Way | Boston, MA  02215 | Phone/Fax: 617.226.6608 |