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Job opportunities available at the Emory Fellowship

  • Director of Music and Worship
    Part-Time
    Salary: $20,000 to $30,000, commensurate with qualifications, skills and experience

    The Emory Fellowship (a United Methodist congregation) is seeking a part-time Director of Music and Worship to grow Emory’s Music Ministry for the glory of God. Emory seeks to be a REAL church for real people that leads people to WHOLE lives; that is, lives that are Well physically, Healed emotionally, Obedient spiritually, Loved unconditionally and Empowered financially. We are a diverse (20 different nationalities), predominantly Black congregation with a history of excellent, spirit-filled, enthusiastic worship. Click below for more information.

Questions? Contact us at recruitment@emoryfellowship.org

  • Digital Media Associate
    Part-Time
    Salary: Commensurate with experience

    The Digital Media Associate will coordinate, facilitate and deliver spirit-filled Worship services virtually to the Emory Fellowship congregation and community as well as be responsible for all in-house digital media material.



     

  • Office Assistant
    Part-Time
    Salary: Commensurate with experience

    The Emory Fellowship (a United Methodist congregation) is seeking a part-time Church Office Assistant, who will be responsible for providing clerical support to the Lead Pastor and Church Executive Director and is located in the Emory Fellowship administrative office. The position requires strong attention to detail, the capability to communicate well with members of the Emory congregation and an ability to stay organized.




     

  • Church Facilities Manager
    Full-Time
    Salary: Commensurate with experience

    The Emory Fellowship (a United Methodist congregation) is seeking a full-time Church Facilities Manager who will be responsible for overseeing the operation and maintenance of the church's buildings and grounds. This involves working with Emory church staff, the Trustee Board, church volunteers and other church ministries to facilitate necessary repairs, scheduled maintenance requirements, or any other issues related to the overall management of the church.

• Survey/Security/Final Clean
• Site Work General
• Landscape/Hardscape
• Site Utilities (Wet)
• Site Utilities (Dry)
• CIP Concrete
• Masonry
• Metals
• Rough Carpentry

• Finish Carpentry

• Drywall & Insulation

• Gypcrete

• Flooring & Tile

• Painting and Coating

• Cabinets

• Countertops

• Elevators

• Fire Suppression

• Plumbing & HVAC

• Millwork

• Roofing and waterproofing

• Air Barrier and Joint Sealants

• Electrical

• Fiber Cement Siding, Corrugated Metal Panels and ACM

• Doors, Frames and Hardware

• Overhead Doors

• Exterior & Interior Storefront

Job opportunities available in the D.C. community

  • Construction with Bethlehem Baptist Church
    Bethlehem Baptist Church is being redeveloped by MRP Realty and Taylor Adams Associates. It involves the construction of 112 units of affordable housing at 2442 Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. SE, Washington, DC. Applications can be sent to Siraya Grant at info@smjconsulting.org. If you have any questions, Siraya Grant can also be reached by phone at 202-419-9238

    They are currently seeking CBE and Minority Businesses to provide these services:










     

  • Research & Development Manager

A fully integrated global supplier of secure, durable and well-designed banknotes for central banks is seeking an R&D Manager with Pulp/Paper experience  to join their team in Dalton.  If interested, send resume and salary requirements to: nsilva@rciars.com

 

The Research & Development Manager is a member of the Global R&D organization. Technical products and related process technologies are the source of growth within the company. The R&D group is part of the integrated and aligned R&D organization with this specific location having a particular focus on papermaking process technology and security material’s integration. Development of new products and processes is the primary mission of this R&D team.

 

Responsibilities include:

 

R&D Management

·       Ensure smooth operation of the lab including upkeep, calibration, and upgrades of equipment

·       Set and manage goals & objectives for the R&D lab

·       Direct lab resources, set-up management systems for prioritization and efficiencies

·       Provide coaching, mentoring, and clear expectations on deliverable and accountability

·       Create safe working environment and a behavior-based safety culture within the Dalton R&D organization

 

Innovation

·       Create more advanced ideas and research new technologies with expertise in materials

·       Develop and maintain technical expertise, identification of key areas of invention, investment and patent protection relevant to the development of substrate, security features and security documents

 

Project/Technical Leadership

·       Lead as project/sub-project, or technical lead, needed or requested in your area of expertise

·       Physical and analytical testing such as tensile, peel, FTIR, etc.

·       Test method development for new development products and processes

·       Be seen as a subject matter expert in material’s technology across the business, helping with material selection, compositional analysis and performance testing

·       Assist in guiding the business as a whole

 

Data Handling

·       Aid in data interpretation

·       Identify appropriate actions to achieve goals, leading and driving the use of tools like C&E, FMEA, Capability Analysis, SPC, MSA, DOE

 

Customer Interaction

·       Visit customers & translate customer voice into technical criteria

·       Prepare and present successfully to customers

 

Qualifications and Required Skills:

 

BS degree in a physical science or engineering (e.g., Paper Science & Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, Chemistry, or Chemical Engineering) with minimum 8 years of progressive industrial experience in R&D or manufacturing with emphasis on process/product development in continuous processes along with proven project management experience.

 

5 years of progressive R&D management experience in the area of materials science/ paper science in continuous process.

 

Experience in leading, motivating, training and influencing research staff to meet and exceed goals and objectives.

 

Desired: Master’s degree or PhD with progressive Industrial experience as above preferred. Expertise in material’s analysis, development, manufacturing of security paper and/or specialty paper is highly desirable.

 

Applicants must be United States citizens.

  • Account Manager
    District of Columbia Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU)

    DCESU will continue work on a performance-based contract with DC’s Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) for the next 5 years. We expect funding for major initiatives, especially in the affordable housing space and will need to staff up across the board – program managers, account managers, engineers, and support staff. DC residency is preferred. We have different points of energy to green careers and a robust Workforce Development Program. Click here for the full job listing