Monthly Archives: October 2010

St. Joseph’s Villa seeking (3) Day Treatment Counselors – need is immediate

Company:        St. Joseph’s Villa

Location:         8000 Brook Road, Richmond,
VA 23227

Industry:          Non-profit
– Social Services

Description:    The
mission of St. Joseph’s
Villa is to provide children with special needs and their families the
opportunity to succeed through innovative and effective programs.


Job Information:

Title:               Day
Treatment Counselor

Start Date:       As
soon as possible

End Date:        N/A

# of Openings:           

Classification:  Hourly
(approx. 35 hours/week)

Description:    The Day Treatment Counselor provides direct
care for assigned clients in a therapeutic after-school program serving
children ages 5-22 years with behavioral and emotional challenges and cognitive
and developmental delays.

Compensation: $13/hour

Schedule:         Weekdays 1-8pm (approx)


Degree in Human Services field

year clinical experience with children

Virginia Driver’s License AND good driving record

documentation skills


with Windows, Outlook, and MS Word. 

with proprietary software.

of life skills counseling techniques and appropriate intervention procedures
with children with MR, autism, and cerebral palsy.

of behavioral management techniques.

of basic medications administration, vehicle transport, first aid and CPR.

of appropriate methods of physical restraint.

to work effectively in stressful situations.



Application Process:

  • Apply
    online at
  • Online
    application process requires completed application and resume
  • Will
    not close applicants until positions are filled. Looking to fill ASAP

Career Counseling Coordinator (Bilingual), Career Readiness; William Byrd Community House

Objective:         Ensure programmatic outcomes related to
literacy and numeracy gains, completion of a diploma or equivalent, and
entering employment or post secondary education.  Supports the development and achievement of
youth participants’ career goals through ongoing career counseling, mentoring,
education, and coordination of support services

Reports To:      Director of Youth and Young Adult Services


Primary Responsibilities:


  • Achieves
    program performance outcomes related to common measures
  • Manages
    career counseling support and coordination of services for 60 out of
    school youth
  • Reviews
    and verifies participant eligibility before delivering services
  • Documents
    a minimum of 15 successful individual participant contacts per week
  • Conducts
    orientation and assessment sessions for program applicants
  • Documents
    comprehensive assessment and individual service strategies for all youth
    • Assesses
      and documents each participant’s Basic Skills
    • Assesses
      and documents each participant’s Career interest
    • Develops
      and documents an Individual Service Strategy (ISS) for each participant
      following comprehensive assessment
  • Adapts
    program curriculum to the needs/challenges of participants
  • Facilitates
    monthly participant team meetings
  • Coordinates and documents referrals for 10 program
    elements for program participants
  • Provides excellent customer service to program
    participants and partners
  • Other
    duties as assigned


Work Schedule:  Salaried full time position, 40 hours weekly
Monday-Friday, with some evenings and weekends required


Education and Experience Requirements:

  • Demonstrated
    professional fluency in Spanish: documentation preferred; portion of
    interview conducted in Spanish required
  • Three
    years experience in workforce development, education, case management,
    and/or career planning or related field; Baccalaureate degree preferred in
    related discipline- lesser degree and appropriate experience may be substituted
  • Career
    Counselor Certification (may be completed within first 30 days of
  • Minimum
    one year experience mentoring low-income youth
  • Demonstrated
    familiarity with local social service organizations
  • Excellent
    written and verbal communication skills
  • Excellent
    organizational and time management skills
  • Demonstrated
    proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
  • Must
    have valid driver’s license and own transportation

 To apply, please email your resume to Shelia Givens, Director of Operations at

Development Assistant; William Byrd Community House


Department:  Development                                                                                         

Reports to:  Director of Development

Compensation:  Hourly, 4 hours per day


Position Summary:

The Development Assistant is responsible for assisting with all administrative
aspects of development and communications activities.  This position will work closely with, and take
direction from, the Director of Development, the Executive Director, and the
Grants Manager.


Scope and Impact:

The Development Assistant plays a vital role by providing administrative
support to all fundraising activities including donor relations, written
appeals, and communications activities.



Responsible for processing
donations, preparing acknowledgement letters, authoring other correspondence,
setting up meeting space, preparing packets of information for meetings, and
maintaining donor files.

Assist the Grants
Manager in preparing attachments for all grants, delivering/sending proposals
and reports, and filing copies of proposals in the Development Office.

Managing mailings including
interfacing with mail house, working with designer, and tracking results.

Other duties as assigned
by the Director of Development and the Executive Director.


Preparation, Knowledge,
and Mindset:

No previous Development
Experience required.

Ability to communicate
and write clearly.

Ability to organize and
prioritize work and meet deadlines.

Ability to work
independently with little supervision.

Enjoys being part of a

Proficiency in Microsoft
Word and Excel.

Previous experience in
an administrative position preferred.

Database management
experience preferred.


Please submit resume to:
Shelia Givens, Director of Operations

William Byrd Community House

                                         224 S.
Cherry Street

Richmond, VA 23220

                                         Fax –


Women and Minorities are
encouraged to apply

SUCCESS STORY: Benita Thompson

Major: Psychology

Graduation Date: August

Company Name/Position Title:
Arizona MENTOR – Direct Support

How the Career Center helped you along the

Jeanette Waterman helped me continuously perfect my resume, taught me how to be
persistent in my efforts to find a job and it helped increase my

Any insights that you have for current students:

in contact with your career consultant as soon as possible! Don’t get
discouraged if the process is going slower than you think. It really is a process with many steps. Just make the most
out of EVERY opportunity to network and gain experience.

Employer Information Session – SnagAJob Employer Showcase (School of Business)

SnagAJob representatives will be in the Snead Hall Atrium to speak with interested students on Tuesday, Oct. 26 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.  All majors are welcome.  No appointments are necessary.  Interested students can provide their contact information to the representatives and will be asked to submit resumes by Thursday, October 28, 2010.  The employer will offer interview time slots to some candidates.  Interviews will be held in Snead Hall, room B1102 on November 2, 2010.
The description for the Account Executive: Business to Business position can be found on RamsRecruiting. 
Snead Hall Atrium 
Date: 10/26/10 – 10/26/10 
Time: 9:00 am – 1:30 pm 

DEADLINE TO APPLY 10/20/10!! Operational Leaders Program; Domino’s Pizza; Richmond, Virginia/VA Beach, Virginia

We deliver more than just pizza. We deliver the hottest careers around! If you’re interested in a management position that really delivers, then check us out. We feature growth opportunity, bonuses, paid training, excellent benefits, and the chance to become a leader in one of the fastest growing companies in the world! 

If you’re a recent graduate with a valid driver’s license and clean driving record, we want to talk to you. 

This position will start off earning up to $40,000. This involves completing our 12 Week training program for management.  After successfully completing training, you will be placed as a General Manager in your own store.  The training does not stop there. Once you become a General Manager, we will place you in a training program to become a District Manager (managing between 8-10 stores at a time). We offer a Full Benefits Package, 401-K, Stock Option Purchase, Paid Training, and Unlimited Growth Potential!  Make no mistake about it; we are looking for people who want to grow very quickly within our Operations leadership Program.

Responsibilities include: This position has the overall responsibility for directing the daily operations of a restaurant, ensuring adherence with company standards including quality product preparation and delivery, customer relations, inventory management, team management, recruiting and retention of team members and financial accountability.  Managing of day-to-day operations by managing labor, counting inventory and supplies, and developing the restaurant team. 

Requirements: Bachelors degree is requiredProven leadership skills; preferably 1-2 years management experience preferred, food industry preferred; strong financial analysis, and presentation skills; ability to motivate store team members; computer skills, especially Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; exceptional organizational , oral, written, motivational and customer service skills.  

The opportunities are real at Domino’s Pizza! Please email your resume to: