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Shaffer Distributing Columbus, OH
Feb 26, 2021
Full time
We are seeking someone with an entrepreneurial spirit, passion for sales and a proven track record of success to strengthen and grow our consumer amusement business in an exciting family-owned company.  For years, Shaffer has brought arcade products to entertainment facilities and operators across the country and is now looking to bring these exciting products and our first class service directly to consumers for entertainment in their home or office.  As Consumer Amusement Specialist, you will take a hands-on approach to lead this newly created consumer amusement initiative at Shaffer, including efforts in sales, marketing, customer service, inventory management, and project management.  The Consumer Amusement Specialist will conduct research to identify leads and reach business targets though telephone, email, video-conferencing and in person in our Columbus showroom.  This position will actively participate in the planning and execution of company marketing activities, providing vital input and working with other departments to aid in the success of our overall sales and operations.     Our Sales team is the most respected in the commercial amusement industry, with high quality people and vast industry knowledge.  We pride ourselves on developing long-lasting relationships in every aspect of our business and therefore a major part of this role will include developing and maintaining strong relationships with our customers, suppliers and other industry partners throughout the sales cycle.    Shaffer is committed to growth and opportunity for our employees, and in this role, you will continually be challenged with new responsibilities, learn new things, sell exciting products and services, enjoy your job and grow with our organization over time.   The Company Shaffer Distributing Company is a 92 year old, 4th   generation family-owned business and the industry leader in supplying and operating entertainment products, such as arcade games, pool tables, dart boards, jukeboxes, cranes and ATMs. We specialize in the consultation, installation and execution of game room and entertainment projects at family entertainment centers (FECs), bowling alleys and bars and taverns.  We are based in the Midwest but serve customers all over the United States.  We are the best at what we do because of our great customers and employees.  Check us out at  www.shafferdistributing.com   and  www.shafferentertainment.com . Our Core Values  Our Core Values represent the underpinning of our Company’s culture and history and are vital to our success and yours. In a word, at Shaffer we   CARE …which is best described by our 4 Core Values:   C ustomer experience that exceeds expectations. We are dedicated to our customers and to providing them an exceptional experience with our Company. A ttitude is Everything! We embrace a positive and proactive attitude, every day. R elationships matter. We are a family business and we value our relationships with our employees, customers and partners. E xcellence in everything we do, every time. We take pride in getting the job done right.   We hire, fire, review, reward, and recognize our teammates based on these characteristics, so it's important that you share these values in order to be part of our team. Position Requirements The ideal candidate will possess the following qualifications and attributes: Retail sales experience with a proven track record of success generating, advancing and closing business opportunities. Retail Management a plus. Ability to work autonomously and creatively to develop a strategy to grow our consumer amusement business Ability to travel for tradeshows or customer visits Driven to sell with a positive, honest and confident sales approach.  Proactive and detail-oriented with excellent follow through Excellent written and verbal communication skills, as well as good computer skills Experience with CRM applications, a plus Industry experience, a plus Team-player with a positive attitude. Compensation & Benefits The compensation structure for this position is base plus commission. We offer a full benefits package including: Health insurance Dental insurance Vision insurance 401K retirement plan with company match Paid time off Paid holidays Company paid STD/LTD insurance Life Insurance If you are ready to join a rooted, stable family business while helping to create new sales opportunities and markets then we are looking for YOU!
National Agricultural Library Beltsville, Maryland
Feb 26, 2021
Full time
Dear Colleagues,   The National Agricultural Library has a vacancy for a GS-12 Librarian (Biological Sciences).  The position serves as the Librarian (Biological Sciences) in the Information & Customer Service Branch of the Information Product Division.  The position is located in Beltsville, MD.  The job opportunity announcement closes on Wednesday, March 10 2021.   The position is open to the public and merit promotion for current Federal employees.  Public – Please apply here – USAJOBS - Job Announcement ( 593273400) Merit Promotion and Career transition, individuals with disabilities, land & base management, military spouses, Peace Corps & AmeriCorps Vista, Veterans, and other special hiring authorities – Please apply here - USAJOBS - Job Announcement   (593273400)   The incumbent applies knowledge of digital information delivery, library policies, collection development and general library rules and procedures, and an understanding of library users in a rapidly changing digital environment   Major Duties: Maintains awareness of current developments in library automation and technical services through professional development and continuous improvement activities Develops new resources for key audiences, tests with market research, and follow trends on new tools available to support resource development Contributes to the development of NAL’s services in literature searching (including systematic reviews, structured searches, rapid reviews, retrospective reviews, etc.) and citation analysis (including bibliometrics, data visualization, etc.). Creates, manages, and enhances data representing NAL’s digital and physical collections. Supports collection, organization and availability of information on NAL websites. Responsible for collection development in the specialized fields of water quality, natural resources, alternative farming, rural information, and LTAR. Prepares reports as needed or requested; maintains statistics; forecasts usage patterns and identifies potential areas of growing demand. Interacts with customers to answer questions, provide information about NAL’s collections, content, programs and services, recommend avenues for investigation or refer to likely sources of assistance. Analyzes search-related data and keywords, shifts in research topics, and customer information- seeking behavior to spot trends and identify opportunities for improving NAL collections, programs and services. Occasional travel may be required. Please direct questions to: Aryelle Smith Telephone: 571-669-3857 E-mail: aryelle.smith@usda.gov     All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply.  We also request that you share this announcement with other potential candidates.  
The Nature Conservancy Arlington, VA
Feb 26, 2021
Full time
IN SEARCH OF A DIVERSITY-CENTERED COMMUNICATIONS LEADER Are you a creative and compassionate communications professional who loves to drive positive change and unite people around a shared goal? An admired relationship builder who encourages equity and inclusion by drawing upon diverse perspectives? The Nature Conservancy is looking for you—an Associate Director of Internal Communications with a focus on diversity, equity and inclusion. The ideal candidate for this role can create a vision to better connect staff to our values of Respect and Diversity and shape the vision into an actionable plan. They are adept at writing, speaking, and listening, and are motivated by the opportunity to leverage our differences. ABOUT THE NATURE CONSERVANCY Founded in 1951, the Nature Conservancy is a global conservation organization dedicated to conserving the lands and waters on which all life depends. Guided by science, we create innovative, on-the-ground solutions to our world's toughest challenges so that nature and people can thrive together. We are tackling climate change, and conserving lands, waters and oceans at unprecedented scale.  Working in 79 countries and territories, including all 50 United States, our vision is a world where the diversity of life thrives, and people act to conserve nature for its own sake and its ability to fulfill our needs and enrich our lives. While our vision is global, our commitment is local; we build solutions together with communities, governments and businesses on the issues unfolding right in their backyards. At the heart of this work are relationships, and they are guided by a respect for all people, honor for communities and culture, and an unwavering commitment to diversity. To learn more, visit www.nature.orq or follow @nature_press on Twitter. MORE ABOUT THE ROLE At TNC, we recognize that conservation is best advanced by the leadership and contributions of people of widely diverse backgrounds, experiences and identities. Our Internal Communications team values every voice and believes diversity drives innovation, inclusivity creates connection and equity makes our organization stronger. The Associate Director will play a pivotal role in helping us live those values. This position reports to the Director, Internal Communications, in the Global Marketing and Communications Division, and will develop and implement a strategic internal communications plan for our Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (GDEI) vision and initiatives. As a member of the growing Internal Communications team, the Associate Director will be a thought partner for colleagues worldwide as TNC transforms its conservation goals to serve a changing world. The Associate Director will be a detail-oriented communicator and excellent relationship manager, building a dynamic, on-going story with staff across countries and business functions. RESPONSIBILITIES & SCOPE Lead event creation and storytelling that elevates diverse voices among staff. Develop tools for all staff on how to be inclusive in our communications and how to talk about our GDEI work. Provide consultation, coaching, writing support, event production and talking points to persons serving as spokesperson(s) in all-staff internal channels. Ensure that our core values are represented in all internal communications channels from our all-staff emails to our Intranet, internal social media and live staff events. Advise members of TNC’s Executive Leadership Team on DEI-related all-staff internal communications. Develop an annual, all-staff internal communications plan for our Chief GDEI Officer. Create a promotion plan for GDEI trainings for supervisors and all staff. Assess staff audiences to establish appropriate communication channels and develop content to meet different needs for DEI-related internal communications. Serve as a pivotal member of the working group leading TNC’s Inclusive Communications Strategy, which includes developing an organizational Equity Statement and providing on-going communications guidance for staff. Help staff with telling their stories in internal channels, including working with the GDEI team to guide staff on writing their individual diversity story. Work with the GDEI team to help inform Marketing and Communications professionals and others on DEI best practices so they are incorporated into content and products across TNC. Collaborate with Employee Resource Groups to advise them on communicating initiatives that they lead and develop. Work across a wide spectrum of constituencies and coordinate multiple projects simultaneously. Develop messaging and communications that are tailored to the audience and written in simple to understand, relatable and authentic way. Continuously challenge the messaging and channels to keep content fresh. Champion new, creative ideas through well structured, well-supported and clearly articulated points of view. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree in related field and a minimum of 8 years’ related experience or equivalent combination. Experience in: communications plan development, implementation and evaluation, communicating or managing DEI initiatives, advising leaders on DEI, cultivating and managing relationships or stakeholder groups, and managing projects. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS The strongest candidates will also bring one or more of the following: Expert knowledge of current and evolving trends in internal communications disciplines. Multi-lingual skills. Multi-cultural or cross-cultural experience. Strong communication, writing and presentation skills. Familiarity with communication technologies and best practices. Experience and/or understanding of communication best practices at a decentralized organization. Management experience that includes ability to lead, motivate, set objectives and manage performance and resolve conflict. HOW TO APPLY To apply to position number 49452 using this link , submit resume (required) and cover letter (highly encouraged) separately using the upload buttons. Applications will be reviewed in the order they’re received and the position will remain open until filled. Click “submit” to apply for the position or “save for later” to create a draft application for future submission. Once submitted, applications cannot be revised or edited. Failure to complete required fields may result in your application being disqualified from consideration. If you experience technical issues, please refer to our applicant user guide or contact applyhelp@tnc.org. The Nature Conservancy is an Equal Opportunity Employer Our commitment to diversity includes the recognition that our conservation mission is best advanced by the leadership and contributions of people of diverse backgrounds, beliefs and culture. Recruiting and mentoring staff to create an inclusive organization that reflects our global character is a priority and we encourage applicants from all cultures, races, colors, religions, sexes, national or regional origins, ages, disability status, sexual orientation, gender identity, military, protected veteran status or other status protected by law. The successful applicant must meet the requirements of The Nature Conservancy’s background screening process.
Eventive Operations, Inc. Remote
Feb 26, 2021
Part time
Eventive Overview Eventive is a software-based virtual cinema platform & ticketing system that serves film festivals, theaters, distributors, universities, and other event organizers. Services offered include online virtual film festivals and virtual theatrical releases, physical event ticketing, special event live streaming, and more. In a new, socially distanced world, Eventive has seen explosive growth as more and more organizations are looking for safe ways to connect with their audience. In light of this growth, we’re looking for individuals who are excited to be a part of a growing industry and experience start-up culture at a totally remote company. Job Overview The Audience and Organizer Support teams provide front-line customer service for users of the Eventive platform including film festivals, cinemas, distributors, and more. We’re looking for a positive, energetic, and proactive team member to assist in communicating & coordinating with Eventive organizers and their audiences. Our Support Agents are the first point of contact for many Eventive users and must be eager to embody the “Eventive Voice” (attentive, friendly, encouraging) through helpful, thorough answers. This is a remote position and responsibilities can be performed from anywhere in the world, although applicants must be fluent in the English language. Travel opportunities may arise in the future. Compensation commensurate with experience. Duties & Responsibilities Front-line chat support for multiple organizations and audience members. Respond to multiple, simultaneous chat conversations using a mix of saved replies, help articles, and personal messaging in a kind, thoughtful and engaged manner, with a sense of humor.  Connect with a broad range of festival organizers, cinemas, distributors, audience members, and filmmakers all over the world with a varied grasp of English, some in stressful situations, and maintain grace under pressure. Maintain a thorough knowledge of the Eventive platform. Ongoing collaboration with the full Organizer Success Team to maintain clear and consistent messaging, protocols, and policy in our Help Center. Minimum Qualifications Established professionalism in high stress situations. Creative problem solving and able to pivot tasks when needed. Strong interest in helping organizers navigate and learn the Eventive platform A team player capable of juggling multiple customer service inquiries at once High-speed internet connection Night & weekend availability required Experience in a support agent or customer service role Preferred Qualifications 1+ years of experience using the Eventive platform Loves independent film Experience with customer service in a work from home environment Working knowledge of the film industry, specifically film distribution & exhibition Understanding of video encoding processes Experience with Zoom and other live streaming software Basic knowledge of html and web design tools such as wordpress or squarespace Experience with API integrations, Zapier, and/or Google Analytics To Apply: Submit resume & cover letter to careers@eventive.org . Please include the name of the position to which you are applying in the subject line of the email.
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