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Full Time
12/14/2018
Houston
Responsible for the collection of delinquent accounts including monitoring accounts, preparing and reviewing reports, and contacting customers by email, phone or letter. Perform a variety of research, calculations, balancing, and other duties pertaining to the review, adjustment and verification of customer bills and customer records. Perform collection duties for delinquent accounts (primarily residential) including calling delinquent customers, reviewing accounts for referral to collection agencies and referring accounts that need to be disconnected for non-payment, if applicable.
RESPONSIBILITIES Monitor past due and bad debt reports. Analyze account information to determine what action should be taken. Provide research on customer accounts to other work groups or customers. Determine appropriate action for returned ACH or declined credit cards. This includes making phone calls, sending emails or letters and providing timely monthly report to management. Contact customer to collect delinquent amounts, making payment arrangements as necessary. Attempt to collect potential write-off revenue through various methods. This will be accomplished by emails, telephone calls, letters, skip tracing, etc. Handle escalated customer telephone calls. Provide resolution to these calls to prevent further escalation. Provide timely monthly resolution statistics to management. Process bankruptcy claims in a timely and efficient manner. Provide timely monthly report to management. Refer applicable accounts to the collection agency at the appropriate time. Provide timely monthly report to management. Assist with projects, committees, and testing of new initiatives/programs/rates, or other special assignments. Perform other functions as assigned.
Full Time
12/14/2018
Houston
The Church’s Chicken™ Restaurant General Manager (RGM) works under the direction of the Market Leader.
The RGM is responsible for the hands-on day to day activities and operations of the restaurant, ensuring the successful implementation of Church’s® initiatives and programs, achieving or exceeding all established financial sales and profitability plan, all banking responsibilities and all administrative responsibilities.
Recruits, interviews and hires hourly staff. Maintains appropriate staffing. Administers all hiring paperwork on time. Ensures all employees are trained in the modules from the All Star Training Program required for their position. Develops employees by coaching, counseling, and building strong work habits. Must have ability to supervise others. Prepares weekly schedule for staff. Notifies EIS of vacation, sick, LOA, payroll, etc. Completes performance reviews. Manages, trains and develops staff. Records performance counseling and discipline. Maintains all company operations standards and compliance as outlined in the Operating Standards Manual and the Product Procedures and Systems Manual. Submits all invoices within period of service. Delivers consistent, high quality products daily, every shift. Ensures guest satisfaction. Understands, enforces and adheres to all company policies and procedures Employee Handbooks. Understands POS, computer and other technological equipment used in the restaurant. Analyzes profit and loss statements. Meets established sales plan for unit. Maintains and records inventory accurately. Ensures a clean facility at all times. Enforces appropriate dress and uniforms of all team members. 
Full Time
12/14/2018
Houston
Vintage Park, Spring-Klein, Clearlake, Meyerland
If you love a fun, busy, family-focused work environment, consider building your management career at Emler Swim School!  Discover why our employees earned us the awards Top 100 Places to Work, Top Workplaces 2017 (Austin American Statesman) and Best Places to Work (Central Texas)! Become an integral part of the management of a swim school, supervising and executing corporate plans and actions.  Emler Swim School’s is an industry leader, and our managers are trusted with guiding our successful teams, enjoy cross training, and are supported with excellent benefits.
Benefits of this salaried, leadership role: Health and dental insurance 401k with matching Employee referral bonuses Pet Insurance Discounts Ongoing training and development Summer and Holiday parties Paid Vacation and Bereavement Leave Holidays include Thanksgiving weekend
The Manager in Training program is a 12-month job rotational program consisting of on-the-job training with an emphasis on leadership development.  In a fast paced environment which is always evolving, MIT graduates have the advantage of leadership experience in all areas of Emler Swim School operations. Participants train and manage others at a Swim School in the following areas:  teaching, deck managing, scheduling, customer service, staffing, training and development, safety and more.  We hire into this management development program for manager positions in both Texas and Kansas.
An Emler entry level manager conveys the Emler culture to his/her team and is a creative team player who likes to work hard, have fun, and mentor others.  This is an active job, where you’ll spend your days in constant interaction with children, families, and your fun, friendly coworkers!
You’ll love our innovative approach and commitment to providing exceptional service for young families.  As leaders in a competitive industry, we are growing quickly in the communities we serve.  If you are searching for an opportunity for fun, challenging and meaningful work at a company which recognizes, celebrates and rewards success, apply to join our Manager in Training team.  
Full Time
12/14/2018
Houston
Vintage Park, Spring-Klein, Clearlake, Meyerland
Are you a talented leader with a caring heart?  If you love kids and like the water, join Emler's team of directors and managers at our award-winning swim schools.  We are seeking a fun, motivated Director-In-Training for a new Houston area swim school.  This is an opportunity to love your job, and build a career creating exceptional experiences for customers and employees.
Emler is an industry leader whose Directors guide teams and are supported with excellent benefits. Our recent awards include Top 100 Places to Work in DFW, and Best Places to Work in Central Texas! The new Houston Director will train along side an experienced Emler Director. Leadership experience is required; aquatic experience desired, but not required.

The Director-In-Training (DIT), a creative team player who likes to work hard and have fun, uses a diverse set of leadership skills. The DIT is responsible for inspiring a high-performing team while honing skills to supervise and manage site activities and responsibilities. It's an active job where you’ll spend your days working both in and out of the pool, in constant interaction with children, families, and your fun, friendly coworkers.
Benefits of this full-time, salaried position include: Health and dental insurance 401k with employer matching Paid Time Off (Vacation/Personal Leave) Performance-based commissions Swim Lesson and Swim Party employee discounts Employee Referral bonuses Discounted Rates on Pet Insurance (Nationwide) Duties include: Hiring, coaching, leading and inspiring a team of aquatic staff (and assist in overseeing Customer Service staff) Driving exceptional customer experiences and satisfaction leading by example, working front-line and through team development Leading regular team meetings and managing employee engagement Mastering Emler's teaching curriculum and customer service processes Participating in continuous improvement and development activities Creating and managing semester schedules Performing daily operations (teaching swimming, deck management, engaging customers and converting inquirers into customers, etc) Creating a caring, fun, friendly and effective work environment Calmly, positively and proactively responding to challenges
We teach over 35,000 students a year the life-saving skills they need to stay safe in the water, using a time-tested curriculum that helps every swimmer gain confidence and achieve their goals.  We are committed to our core values, to providing opportunities for growth and development, to saving lives, and to creating a work environment where you'll love your job!    "Swim up” your career ladder with Emler Swim School - a Texas Corporation making waves since 1975, providing "Safety…with a Splash of Love!"
Full Time
12/14/2018
Houston
The Vice President of Marketing is responsible for the development and execution of all marketing activities to promote the Lone Star Flight Museum (LSFM). The VP's charge will be to maximize the marketing to drive admissions to the museum and to turn visitors and enthusiasts into LSFM members. This VP will report to the CEO and work with the museum leadership, Board of Directors, staff and volunteers to ensure a strong and consistent and impactful marketing effort
LSFM opened at Ellington Airport in September 2017. The museum serves to fulfill its mission to celebrate flight and achievements in Texas aviation in an inspiring educational environment that meets the needs of students and visitors of all ages. Emphasizing the role of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), LSFM’s vision is to be a dynamic educational museum reaching the youth of Texas as a destination experience of choice.
Marketing and Sales Create and activate a clear media strategy to build awareness of the museum, its collection, and education programs to increase general admissions. Establish and promote the brand identity through print communications, publications, electronic media, digital media, media relations and public events. Plan, manage and execute branding, market research, media planning, market segmentation, targeting and pricing strategies. Plan, purchase, and schedule print, television, radio, outdoor, and digital advertising. Develop and manage all creative materials including graphic elements, print, collateral, and electronic advertising. Develop and manage all digital marketing and content development for website and social media channels. Maintains records, builds metrics and provide reports around awareness, attendance, sales goals.
Membership Manage membership program including renewal, acquisition, and retention initiatives.
External Operations Identify and build strategic partnerships with local and regional community members, businesses and organizations to drive awareness and potential revenue. Determine, secure, and manage relationships with vendors and consultants. Manage all PR and press relations.
Internal Coordination Work as part of Senior Management Team to activate on short and long-term strategic issues. Work with the COO to ensure public facing employees (Admissions, Gift Shop, Education and Volunteers) are educated to all public promotions, events and pricing strategies. Collaborate with the CEO and Board of Directors to ensure a clear and accurate interpretation of the organization’s vision and direction.
Strategic Plan and Budget Develop and manage an annual strategic plan and recommend an annual marketing budget and manage costs according to the approved budget.
Employee Oversight Supervise, motivate and support a strategically focused marketing group. Conduct annual evaluations of all subordinate employees. Perform other duties as directed by the CEO
The Lone Star Flight Museum is an equal opportunity employer.
Full Time
12/14/2018
Houston
The Lone Star Flight Museum (LSFM) seeks an inspirational, creative, and motivated leader to direct a team that conceives, organizes, presents, and evaluates LSFM’s full range of educational programming for adults, youth and families. The successful hire will be expected to dramatically increase the Museum’s presence and influence in Houston, and to build bridges and develop new relationships with a wide variety of institutions and educational organizations in the region. The museum aspires to be a national standard bearer in providing formal and informal education programs that engage the youth and citizens of Houston, in impactful life-long learning.
Responsibilities and Duties:This VP serves as a key member of the senior staff, helping advance the mission of the museum and its service to the community. The position is responsible for the development and execution of all education programing for the museum. Programming consists of both on-site and outreach efforts and requires engagement with local school districts, public and private schools, home schools, teachers and other youth supporting organizations. Working with the museum staff, volunteers, and the Board of Directors, the VP of Education’s mission is to inspire our youth to reach higher, to enter into STEM careers and to appreciate the history of aviation in Texas.
Program DevelopmentDevelops and executes engaging STEM and/or history based learning programs for all audiences based on the museum design and exhibits; including planning, managing and coordinating programs, workshops, interpretive tours, and exhibit-related experiences Ensures youth education programs meet Texas Education Knowledge and Skill standards as appropriate and promotes school and teacher participation and support of museum programs Provides meaningful and actionable assessments of programs, modifying where required, and ensuring compliance with both annual goals and appropriate standards
External Relationships and Outreach Develops effective and supporting relationships with public, private, home school and youth/supporting organizations to promote engagement of museum education programs Develops both local and national relationships with other museum and cultural program centers. Coordinates museum interaction and relationship with the Texas Education Agency, Region IV, and other relevant formal education organizations Represents the museum at civic functions and professional conferences and meetings Internal Coordination Works as part of senior management team to activate on short and long-term strategic issues Coordinates program development with Marketing so that educational programs and marketing efforts are mutually supportive Coordinates new and existing programs with Development to maximize support and underwriting opportunities in terms of donations, grants and other philanthropy Works with the Curatorial staff to optimize exhibit and STEM focus areas. Ensures all education events and activities are known and tracked on the master events calendar for coordination and support purposes Supports development and implementation of public programs and activities Assures that educational programs are adequately publicized and provides input for routine newsletters and other digital marketing efforts Serve as the Museum’s key staff liaison to the Board of Directors Educational Committee that meets 3 – 4 times per year, advising on programming and long-range vision, and reporting on defined metrics Prepares progress reports for the CEO, the Board, external funders and others Strategic Plan and Budget Develops and executes an annual strategic plan Develops and manages annual budgets Employee and Volunteer Oversight Conducts annual evaluations of subordinate employees Determines volunteer requirements and ensures proper training and oversight Recruits and trains staff and volunteers as needed Performs other duties as directed by the CEO

The Lone Star Flight Museum is an equal opportunity employer.
Full Time
12/14/2018
Houston
Think that working in the insurance field can’t be exciting, rewarding and challenging? Think again. You’ll help us reinvent protection and retirement to improve customers’ lives. We’ll help you make an impact with our training and mentoring offerings. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to expand and apply your skills in ways you never thought possible. And you’ll have fun doing it. Join a company of individuals with hopes, plans and passions, all using and developing our talents for good, at work and in life.
As a Fortune 100 company and industry leader, we provide a competitive salary – but that’s just the beginning. Our Total Rewards package also offers benefits like tuition assistance, medical and dental insurance, as well as a robust pension and 401(k). Plus, you’ll have access to a wide variety of programs to help you balance your work and personal life — including a generous paid time off policy.
The Senior Trial Attorney will: Represent insured’s of Allstate and the Company in the defense of low to moderate to exposure bodily injury and Property damage law suits. Assess liability and damages and develop defenses to allegations and/or pursuit of Subrogation for a successful resolution of cases. Effectively negotiate settlements including all aspects of liability and damages Attend hearings and conduct trials Argue motions; take effective depositions of lay and expert witnesses Consult with clients, opposing counsel and the judiciary Coordinate the case handling with claims personnel Complete necessary system documentation Assist other attorneys in resolving calendar conflicts
Full Time
12/14/2018
Houston
Think that working in the insurance field can’t be exciting, rewarding and challenging? Think again. You’ll help us reinvent protection and retirement to improve customers’ lives. We’ll help you make an impact with our training and mentoring offerings. Here, you’ll have the opportunity to expand and apply your skills in ways you never thought possible. And you’ll have fun doing it. Join a company of individuals with hopes, plans and passions, all using and developing our talents for good, at work and in life.
Allstate Insurance Company has an exciting, high impact and fast paced opportunity for individuals interested in development, networking, and a career in Allstate’s Field Sales Organization (FSO).
The FSO helps develop business processes and programs as well as provides a broad range of support designed to help over 10,000 Allstate Exclusive Agents and Financial Specialists achieve their business objectives. You will work directly with our Field Sales Leaders, Exclusive Agents and their staff to increase growth in the Financial Services and Property and Casualty areas. Using expertise in recruiting, mentoring and training, and sales production, the FSO is making an extraordinary impact at Allstate by providing the resources to grow sales, agent appointments and market share in regions across the country!
As a Fortune 100 company and industry leader, we provide a competitive salary – but that’s just the beginning. Our Total Rewards package also offers benefits like tuition assistance, medical and dental insurance, as well as a robust pension and 401(k). Plus, you’ll have access to a wide variety of programs to help you balance your work and personal life -- including a generous paid time off policy.
The Agency Process Consultant is responsible for providing support to new and existing Exclusive Agency Owners and staff through the delivery and implementation of agency processes during the on-boarding of owners and continue as agency development needs are identified. In addition, the Agency Process Consultant is equipped with the skills and capabilities to execute business processes, in which, promote growth within the exclusive agency.
The Agency Consultant duties will include: Educate and development new and existing exclusive agents and staff over a defined time period Identify basic to intermediate development opportunities for exclusive agencies and staff Building upon and improve sales and marketing processes for the successful development of new and existing Exclusive Agents to support the achievement of business results Ability to leverage knowledge learned on the job and communicate findings/best practices to Field Sales Leadership  Traveling to assigned Exclusive Agent locations The role is highly developmental in nature leading to exciting promotional opportunities within Allstate’s Field Sales Organization. 
Part Time
12/14/2018
Humble
Position Objectives: Answers telephone calls made to 9-1-1 emergency and non-emergency phone lines to determine if the call requires Police, Fire, EMS or other agency response. Provides appropriate information or assistance as required by the nature of the call. Utilizes technical software applications for call answering, entering, assigning, and announcing via radio equipment. Utilizes mapping technologies from phone equipment and Computer Aided Dispatch (C.A.D.) to ensure calls are entered timely and accurately. Prioritizes and dispatches appropriate resources for Police, Fire and EMS operations. Refers reports and/or complaints to either agency by trunked radio or telephone. Provides supplemental information to Police, Fire and EMS staff as needed. Documents updates and/or changes in the computer-aided dispatch system as required. After EMD (Emergency Medical Dispatcher) certified, provides pre-arrival medical instructions to citizens on the telephone in life or death situations before paramedics arrive at location; relays patient status as needed and/or relays advice among the caller and responding units per APCO International Emergency Medical Dispatch protocols. Conducts computer searches through local, state, and national databases for possible wanted persons or stolen property, and provides information to the requesting officer. Confirms stolen property or wanted/missing persons, enters data into T.C.I.C./N.C.I.C. as requested and sends and receives teletypes. Compiles and enters data for various daily reports required by the department and records information in computer systems maintained for Police, Fire and EMS staff. Documents problems, changes form for input to data base, and ensures information is updated and equipment is properly working at all times. Assists with training and/or cross-training of other employees. Monitors emergency equipment such as the radio alarms, crime fighting technologies, weather monitors, security cameras, and inter-city Police/Fire radio frequencies. Performs duties required by accreditation process.
JOB DUTIES: Answer busy telephones during emergency situations and receive pertinent information for immediate dissemination to police units in the field Dispatch police and other public safety personnel to emergency and non-emergency calls for service Closely monitor radio traffic in the event additional assistance is required by assigned field personnel Maintain accurate, detailed logs of field personnel’s locations, times and other information for immediate or future use Serve as the department’s emergency communications link to other police agencies during critical situations Receive, assist and direct walk-in complainants at the police department facility Ensure that any telephone messages received through the dispatch office are documented and forwarded to the intended recipient Operate T.C.I.C./N.C.I.C. computer terminals for queries and data entry and deletion, as needed Operate radio equipment to di patch Police, Fire and E.M.S. personnel, as needed Operate video / audio monitoring equipment Maintain detailed documentation on calls for service dispatched or any other information that may be received through the dispatch office Operate Computer Aided Dispatch computer terminals Accept monetary payments in the form of a money order, for municipal fines and issue accurate receipts to violators for such fines Performs other duties as directed by the Chief of Police or his designee
Part Time
12/14/2018
Humble
Under direct supervision, the Maintenance Tech/Driver 1 performs routine and repetitive tasks to construct, maintain and repair the City’s streets, roads, bridges, medians, right of ways, gutters, curbs, sidewalks, drainage system, and other public areas or related duties as required within the City’s limits. 

Duties and Responsibilities: Regular and timely attendance at work Cleans, repairs, and maintains roads, bridges, medians, right of ways, gutters, curbs, sidewalks, drainage system, and other public areas within the city’s limits Performs routine and repetitive physical strenuous tasks such as hand working asphalt and concrete as it is placed, loading and unloading trucks, laying pipelines and repairing manholes, patching pot holes and overlaying of streets, sealing cracks in asphalt and concrete, remove and replace concrete to include form setting to finishing, cutting brush, trees, mowing and weed-eating high grass and weeds, and maintaining, cleaning around street intersections and medians Paint curbs including curb numbers Operates, repairs, and maintains vehicles and various light equipment and tools such as tractors, mowers, front end and back end loaders, bucket trucks, augers, maintainers, jackhammers, skill saws; drills, bolt cutters, rollers, dump trucks, etc. Works safely when working in close proximity to high-speed vehicle traffic areas, along medians, and right-of-ways; Identifies and informs supervisor of potential hazards, liability exposures, problem areas, public inquiries of the general public, and the status of work activities Conducts daily inspections and preventative maintenance measures of vehicles, equipment, and tools such as washing, checking safe and proper operation, and servicing Adheres to departmental, personnel, and safety rules and regulations   Performs strenuous physical activities to include, exerting up to 50 lbs of pressure, lifting heavy objects, shoveling, crawling, bending, kneeling, climbing on and off equipment, and operating vibrating equipment Performs other related duties as assigned by the Street Department Superintendent;
Full Time
12/13/2018
Houston
At Memorial Hermann, we’re about creating exceptional experiences for both our patients and our employees. Our goal is to provide opportunities for our diverse employee population that develop and grow careers in a team-oriented environment focused on patient care.
Every employee, at every level, begins their journey at Memorial Hermann learning about the history of the organization and its established culture built on trust and integrity. Our employees drive this culture, and we want you to be a part of it.

Job Summary Position is responsible for supporting HR and HRBP programs and projects for a region. Supports a variety of core HR programs by performing administrative tasks, data analysis, training support and by providing communication to HR partners and client leaders.
Principle Accountabilities: Partners with and supports Human Resources Business Partners (HRBPs) in HR Program delivery including but not limited to leadership development, large-scale change, performance management, employee engagement and talent management, including preparing training materials, training room setup, training attendance maintenance and communication.
Compiles and generates reports using HR data, may conduct basic analysis and/or research, and communicates with HRBPs and leaders as appropriate.
Assists with planning and project and event management to support HRBP projects and HR initiatives.
Responsible for the delivery and quality of any assigned local/regional employee programs
Partners with HRBPs and leaders to support regulatory audit processes including ensuring access to proper files and HR documents, partnering with business leaders to ensure compliance with applicable agencies or regulatory bodies.
Schedules and tracks management orientations to ensure that new managers are on-boarded properly and understand their role relative to the HR Agenda (talent agenda, engagement, accountability, retention).
Responds to inquiries from managers, employees or other internal and external stakeholders and directs them to the appropriate HR resource.
Supports HR leadership to maintain, process, and report budget and expense items; oversees departmental supply ordering for location/region.
Performs administrative duties for HR leadership including but not limited to the preparation of reports, scheduling meetings, maintaining calendars and agendas, making travel arrangements as necessary.
Ensures safe care to patients, staff and visitors; adheres to all Memorial Hermann policies, procedures, and standards within budgetary specifications including time management, supply management, productivity and quality of service.
Promotes individual professional growth and development by meeting requirements for mandatory/continuing education and skills competency; supports department-based goals which contribute to the success of the organization; serves as preceptor, mentor and resource to less experienced staff.
Full Time
12/13/2018
Houston
At Memorial Hermann, we’re about creating exceptional experiences for both our patients and our employees. Our goal is to provide opportunities for our diverse employee population that develop and grow careers in a team-oriented environment focused on patient care.
Every employee, at every level, begins their journey at Memorial Hermann learning about the history of the organization and its established culture built on trust and integrity. Our employees drive this culture, and we want you to be a part of it.
Job Summary Position is responsible for performing electroencephalograph (EEG) examinations according to physician’s orders under the supervision of the department manager.
Basic Function (in addition to current job) Triage employee work injuries via phone and perform initial case management per SafetyNet Plan under the direction of the Claims Adjuster and RTW Manager
Principle Accountabilities: Receives and records physician’s orders for patient testing: schedules patients, obtains patient medical history and completes appropriate documentation.
Prepares patients for procedures; explains procedure, measures for accurate electrode sites, applies electrodes and adjusts as appropriate.
Performs electroencephalograph (EEG) examination; maintains equipment and makes minor adjustments as indicated.

Ensures safe care to patients adhering to policies, procedures, and standards, within budgetary specifications, including time management, supply management, productivity, and accuracy of practice.
Promotes individual professional growth and development by meeting requirements for mandatory/continuing education, skills competency, supports department-based goals which contribute to the success of the organization.
Other duties as assigned.
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