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Volunteering at MCAS is a special experience - for both you, and for the animals that can't wait to meet you! There are lots of choices when it comes to volunteering. There's plenty of cleaning, grooming, and dog walking to be done. But you can also choose a quieter volunteer experience, just spending time with a favorite animal. We are always looking for compassionate, animal-loving volunteers. Our volunteers are the cornerstone of our operation and without them; we would not be successful in meeting our no kill goal. We have so many rewarding volunteer opportunities ... there's something for everyone! Volunteers must be at least 16 years old to volunteer unsupervised. Once you have completed your New Volunteer Orientation you will be able to help with a variety of activities, such as feeding, cleaning, grooming, walking, petting, brushing, singing, or just sitting with the animals - you can spend as little or as much time as you wish. Dog Walking Dogs in the shelter need regular exercise and affection, just as we do! Some also need help with their manners, so volunteers may help teach basic commands. Dogs may be walked on the property, and some may be signed out for group play at local dog parks. Dogs need exercise and social interaction. Why is interaction so important? Interaction with our animals socializes them. The more social they are, the better their chances for adoption. Spend time with them - they'll love you for it. Cat Care Who says cats are independent? Cats and kittens need lots of attention to help them adjust to their temporary shelter home. Volunteers who hold them, pet them, play with them, and talk to them help them put their best "paw" forward Dog Bathing Our dogs need regular bathing, particularly those that are going to an offsite adoption event. Cleanliness is part of an animal's health and well being. We want our critters clean and sweet-smelling! Offsite Adoptions We want to market our wonderful animals to as many people as we can. So, if customers don't come to us, we go to them! And, offsite adoption venues are the primary means for our foster parents to find forever homes for their "kids". Many local businesses allow us to showcase our animals on their properties, mostly on weekends. We need volunteers to coordinate offsite adoption events, to transport animals to events and set up, to help with the animals during the events and to assist customers.   Communications and Marketing Creative volunteers prepare print and electronic materials to spotlight shelter animals and raise community awareness of the shelter's services and successes. Taking pictures, posting them online, distributing brochures, maintaining the MCAS website, updating websites that feature our animals, creating signs and announcements for special events, and preparing press releases ... these are a few of the ways our Marketing team supports the shelter.
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Responds to end-user issues and applies best practice troubleshooting principles and techniques to diagnose and resolve a variety of basic to moderately complex system problems on desktops, laptops, telephones, tablets, printers and other peripheral equipment. Establishes and follows operational standards and provides outstanding customer service to end users. Performs duties in a safe, efficient manner and in compliance with all applicable rules and safety procedures
Responsibilities and Specific Duties: Provides desk-side, telephone and remote support for information technology (IT) products and services. Support may include equipment moves/adds/changes. Answers questions, troubleshoots problems, teaches/instructs customers regarding software or hardware functionality and communicates policy to all levels of the organization effectively, professionally and respectfully. Researches and troubleshoots to resolve technical issues in the most effective manner and verifies that suggested solutions effectively resolved users' problems through verbal or email follow-up. Reports significant or recurring issues to higher level support teams for further action. Utilizes IT Service Management System to accurately document issues, track and monitor assigned tasks and ensure a timely resolution. Updates support tickets with appropriate journal entries of activities and closes tickets with complete description of resolution. Installs software, patches, upgrades and performs proof-of-concept testing of new applications in coordination with other IT groups and provides end-user training. Coordinates with Infrastructure and Applications teams to ensure system changes are compatible with current image installations and production applications. Works closely with asset management function to ensure compliance with software licensing, IT asset, and inventory control. Promotes safety awareness and follows safety procedures in an effort to reduce or eliminate accidents. Performs other duties as assigned.
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$18.00 to $25.00 / hr
Lead Field Technician - Scantron Robotics USA   Job Summary Lead Field Technician Description Lead Field Technicians are the front leaders of our operation. They Lead in a team environment on the road, Work hard alongside managed crews to inspect and clean industrial water tanks, Complete end-of-day reports, and Act as a point of contact between the customer and the company,
Job Type: Full-time Salary: Up to $25.00/hour Benefits Offered: Medical, Vision, Dental
Required Education/Experience/License/Certification High school diploma or equivalent 3 to 5 years of proven Leadership experience Mechanical/Electrical/Engineering and/or Industrial background Valid Driver’s License with clean driving history TWIC Card HASC Basic + Card (or equivalent)
Overview Travel of 6 to 8 weeks at a time. Shifts range in length from 8 to 14 hours per day, 6 to 7 days per week (depending on workload). Work is often done outdoors or in enclosures, often with heights involved. Overtime is available and required on most job sites. Regular raises are awarded based on performance. Health insurance is available starting the first of the month after the 60th day of employment.
Travel Travel is a key component of this position as customers are not near the home base and are often out of state. Our clients are located in and around the Houston, TX area. However, we provide service within the entire United States. Applicants should expect to travel extensively in this position. Road times can be lengthy (6-8 weeks) as jobs can be long or shifting from one customer to the next may be more practical than coming home and immediately going back on the road. Travel to and from our job sites is typically done in company vehicles with a 30′ trailer attached. Hotel accommodations are made at a rate of 2 men per 1 hotel room (room with two double beds) and are paid for by Scantron. Lead Field Technicians receive $50 per day per-diem when working out of town.

Responsibilities: Manage a crew of 2 to 4 people Travel of up to 8 weeks Rigging of equipment up and down utilizing a crane Operate Truck and Trailer Combination in DOT Compliant Manner Dewatering sludge using various methods Utilize industrial plant safety protocols Maintain gas powered dewatering pumps Follow the chain of command Work in all weather conditions Communicate with off-site personnel and problem solve Pass extensive Background Checks Pass frequent Drug Tests (including a 90-day hair follicle)

Full Time
POSITION OVERVIEWThis Development Associate is responsible for assisting the Development Team in fulfilling thefundraising objectives of the Museum. This person will provide project management andadministrative support to the Vice President of Development and the Development Managerand work in collaboration with them to ensure key initiatives and objectives are met.
ORGANIZATIONAL OVERVIEWLSFM opened at Ellington Airport in September 2017. The new facility serves to fulfill its mission to preserve Texas aviation history 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 world-class educational museum linking an understanding of the past with inspiration for the future. Duties Notice: The statements below describe the essential duties of the person or personsassigned to this job. They are not intended as an exhaustive list of all job duties andresponsibilities.
Specific Duties and Responsibilities: Supports achieving Development Team strategic fundraising goals through positive andproductive interaction and collaboration with Museum staff, volunteers and donors. Assists in developing materials for use in cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding donors and prospects. Assists supervisor with special projects and preparation of deliverables for both internal and external stakeholders. Collects and compiles information from diverse sources, performs calculations, creates charts, graphs and spreadsheets and performs other related duties as requested. Supports the Annual Campaign and Comprehensive Campaign. Supports and helps manage key special events and donor activities. Types correspondence, donor acknowledgements, meeting notes, agenda and casestatement drafts. Working with confidential information on a daily basis, the Development Associate also prepares copies, files, and tracks correspondence, gift information and acknowledgements. Updates constituent information in Altru donor database including biographical andproposal information. Creates and produces Altru financial reports, constituent actionreports and other queries as needed. Develops and maintains donor/prospect tracking and event spreadsheets. Schedules donor and prospect meetings and confirms meeting times and places. Continues to expand industry knowledge of best practices and market trends.
The Lone Star Flight Museum is an equal opportunity employer.