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Full Time
1/17/2020
Houston, TX
AUTOMOTIVE SALES ASSOCIATES Walk-in Applicants are Welcome! Jeff Haas Mazda is the #1 dealership in Sales volume in Houston. We are proud to provide drivers in Sugar Land, Katy, Cypress, Jersey Village and other surrounding Houston neighborhoods, with a premier selection of new, high-quality used, and certified pre-owned Mazdas. We are family owned and operated. Jeff Haas Mazda is expanding and will be 'The Largest Mazda Dealership in the Country!' With new expansion comes new opportunities! We are looking for fun, energetic, hardworking personalities to join our Sales team! If you are interested in this career changing opportunity, come see the New Car DIrector, Danyel Cares!
Jeff Haas Mazda is hiring now for Automotive Sales Associates. Due to tremendous growth and high customer demand, we need to add to our current team of enthusiastic, motivated Sales Associates! We Offer Great Income Potential! Anywhere from $40K - $200K dependent on performance. Commission-based pay plan. Medical and Dental plans available 401(k) Plan We train the right candidates for the exciting field of auto sales! Opportunity to grow with the company Great environment - friendly yet professional! Great location and high customer traffic translate into financial rewards Sign On Bonus for any new hire that meets certain sales quotas during a 90-day period: Average of 10 cars a month pays $2,000 Average of 12 cars a month pays $3,500 Average of 15 cars a month pays $5,000 Average of 18 cars a month pays $7,500 Responsibilities - Sales Associate Assist the customer with the selection of the vehicle. Determine each customer’s vehicle needs by asking questions and listening. Complete all paperwork in a timely and accurate manner. Provide Demo Drives of the vehicles. Introduce customers to Sales Manager and service department personnel. Provide paperwork of the vehicle selected to Sales Manager. Provide a walk-through of the facility. Schedule first service appointment. Maintain an owner follow-up system. Attend sales meetings and/or training. Maintain professional appearance.
Full Time
1/16/2020
Houston, TX
Interview Fair Friday, February 21, 2020 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. HCDE Conference Center (500 rooms) 6300 Irvington Blvd., Houston, Texas 77022

Head Start Mental Health Professional
Master's degree in Social Work, Counseling, Psychology, or Education Licensure and Specialist in School Psychology or Master Social Work At least 5 years' experience working with underserved populations
Early Head Start (EHS) Teacher Two to three years working with infants to 3 year olds. Infant-toddler child development associate (CDA) or associate or bachelor’s degree in early childhood education. Attend our CDA classes within 12 months and achieve an infant toddler CDA within 24 months.
Head Start Teacher Associate or bachelor’s degree in early childhood education. Related degree with 18 hours of child development courses. One year paid experience working with children ages 3 to 5 years old.
Head Start Teaching Assistant Six months to a year experience working with young children and CDA, associate or bachelor’s degree in early childhood education, or enrolled in a CDA program to be completed within 24 months from date of hire. We will support you in acquiring your CDA.
Family Services Provider Bachelor’s degree in social work, human services, family services, counseling or related field. Bachelor’s degree in an unrelated field with a credential/certificate in social work, human services, family services, counseling or related field.
Cook High school diploma or GED certificate Food service experience in school or child care setting is a plus

BENEFITS: Competitive salary Great benefits Work schedules matching school district calendars All major holidays Free professional development Teacher retirement and social security
Full Time
1/14/2020
Houston, TX
Stocker - Aisle Shift: First / Day Second / Afternoon

Position Summary: Responsible for providing prompt and courteous customer service, stocking products on shelves, and maintaining aisles clean. Essential Functions: Provides prompt, courteous and friendly customer service. Removes boxes from pallets and places them on shelves as well as opens boxes and removes single items to re-stock shelves Rotates merchandise in order to make sure the product does not expire on shelves. Organizes and front faces items on shelves Perform the proper inspections to meet HACCP regulations Assists in the review inventory for product rotation on a daily basis to prevent shrinkage and damages. Ensures that shelf pricing is correct and reflects the most recent pricing and market conditions. Follows program to maintain the cleanliness of the area by a regular maintenance schedule of scrubbing, and pulling out pallets and cleaning underneath. Continuously reviews status of floor for safety hazards. Promptly and safely handles any spills and removes any trash such as plastic wrap, plastic ties, pieces of wood or any other trash gets immediately removed from the floor and discarded appropriately. Promptly informs supervisors of any low stock/out of stock merchandise.
Other Responsibilities: Performs other work-related duties as required and assigned. May be required to work in other departments as needed.   Benefits: 100% Company Paid Medical/Dental Plan and Annuity Program.
Full Time
1/14/2020
Houston, TX
Position Summary: Responsible for receiving product and ensures that aisles/freezers and refrigerators are stocked, labeled, clean and delivered product is packed out, and proper customer service is provided. Essential Functions: Ensure proper customer service and works to develop relationships with large customers. Supervises all activities in the Seafood Department including product placement, rotation, signage, and displays. Is responsible for overall department appearance, cleanliness, and adherence to both government and corporate ordinances. Must maintain records as required. In the role of Seafood Manager, he/she will oversee the Assistant Seafood Manager (if applicable), Seafood Supervisors (if applicable) and Stockers to assure that the Seafood Department is operating in a manner that adheres to company standards. Develops schedules, monitors performance and recommends the proper discipline as appropriate. Trains employees in job responsibilities and safe operating procedures Interviews candidates and recommends for hires. Disciplines employees when necessary and recommends terminations. Ensures that employees are performing the proper inspections to meet HACCP regulations as well as conducting periodic HACCP audits. Reviews inventory for product rotation on a daily basis to prevent shrinkage and damages. Ensures that shelf pricing is correct and reflects the most recent pricing and market conditions. Supervises the receiving of all seafood products and ensures that the proper paperwork is completed. Maintains accurate computer inventory levels by having physical inventories performed on a regular basis and adjustments made. Maintains refrigerated equipment and makes sure maintenance contracts and schedules are followed. Supervises the ordering of seafood products from vendors on a regular basis to assure we have competitive pricing and minimal shrink due to spoilage and not have too much inventory on hand. Makes sure all the employees in the department can work the equipment such as Toledo scale and Dennison label machine. Coordinates that the pallets stored in the racks have the proper block and date tags. Follows program to maintain the cleanliness of the area by a regular maintenance schedule of scrubbing, and pulling out pallets and cleaning underneath. Insures that excess inventory not slotted on floor is stacked in overhead racks in close proximity to where it is sold or stored in freezers/refrigerators. Assures that trash is removed from floor and properly handled. Makes sure that low stock/out of stock information is communicated to the Inventory Controller after carefully checking the system and rack for product. Maintains that all signage is correct and that the flyers prices are reflected on the product. Coordinates proper merchandising of aisles (logical adjacencies, proper holding power, space allocation) and creatively merchandises and sets up impulse areas for merchandising. Performs additional duties, responsibilities and projects as assigned. Performs weekly self audits of the Seafood Department.
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