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BBCC Career Services offers a broad range of information and assistance for individuals

  • Job/career exploration
  • Education/training requirements
  • Job hunting techniques
  • Employment opportunities, internships, mentorships, and work experience
  • Industry and business tours
  • Career assessments for determining the right career

Computer resources and software programs include

  • Resume creation
  • Career exploration
  • Employment preparation
  • Videos demonstrating interview techniques
  • Access local, state and nationwide websites and databases for job search

In person appointments are available

  • Career exploration
  • Job search
  • Resume preparation and review
  • Interview preparation or any other related topic

Career Services is a free benefit available to current, potential students, and alumni of Big Bend Community College.

Hiring Events

Virtual Career Exploration Events are available Tuesday mornings 9-12
Pre-register to attend one or all 
October 27: Skills & Technical Sciences          http://bit.ly/CCW-Skilled
November 3: Family & Consumer Sciences    http://bit.ly/CCW-Family
November 10: Agriculture                                 http://bit.ly/CCW-Agriculture

Top 10 Tips for the Virtual Career Expo Series: https://youtu.be/Of1kuO_Fikk

On-Campus BBCC Student Job Openings
Jobs listed on this LINK are only open to current BBCC students registered for more than 5 credits
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/bigbend/promotionaljobs

Job Openings--Open to the Public
10/22/2020 Natural Resource positions, USDA Forest Service

The USDA Forest Service is hiring! To learn more about our agency and to contact the recruitment team, please visit our USDA Forest Service jobs and hiring events page.

Between October 27-November 2, 2020, the Forest Service (FS) will be hiring natural resource positions, primarily in forestry, in conjunction with the 2020 Society of American Foresters National Convention. Summer 2021 intern positions will also be available between November 1-10, 2020 in a variety of fields below. Applicants do not need to attend the conference to apply. Stay tuned with job information next week. Please see the FS events page for upcoming webinars and to start your application on USAJOBS.gov.

Apply today – many jobs are open now! Join the USDA Forest Service and be a part of an organization committed to Caring for the Land and Serving People. #WorkforNature to make a lasting impact on the world around you and unlock opportunities for professional growth and career advancement.

Student, Recent Graduate, and Merit positions are available and will be filled as GS-03/04/05/07/09s with promotion potential to GS-07, 09, or 11 depending on the series.

  1. Positions to Be Filled – Jobs open October 27 to November 2, 2020 (Forest Service Intern and Recent Graduate will be found at USAJOBS.gov)

Intern (Indefinite)The student interns (GS-0499) may work in and be converted to a forestry, recreation, or environmental/natural resource positions.

  • 21-NCH-SAF-499401-INT, Student Trainee (Natural Resource Specialist) GS-3/4/5/7
  • 21-NCH-SAF-499460-INT, Student Trainee (Forester) GS-3/4/5/7

Recent Graduate

  • (PENDING) Foresters GS-05/07
  • 21-NCH-SAF-460-9-FS, Foresters GS-09
  • 21-NCH-SAF-462-45-RG, Forestry Technicians GS-04/05

Forest Service Merit

  • 21-NCH-SAF-460-57-FS-JBV, Foresters GS-05/07
  • 21-NCH-SAF-460-9-FS, Foresters GS-09
  • 21-NCH-SAF-462-7-9-FS, Forestry Technician (Timber Sale Administrator) GS-07
  • 21-NCH-SAF-462-7-10-FS, Forestry Technician (Timber Sale Administrator) GS-07
  • 21-NCH-SAF-462-45-FS, Forestry Technician GS-04/05
  1. Hiring Authorities: Pathways Recent Graduates, Pathways Indefinite Interns, Merit positions Agency-wide, Land Management Workforce Flexibility Act (LMFWA), Public Land Corps (PLC), and Resource Assistant Direct Hire Authority

Additional Summer 2021 Intern positions are also available and will be filled as GS-02/03/04/05s.

  1. Positions to Be Filled – Jobs open November 1-10, 2020 (‘USDA Internship’ jobs will be found at USAJOBS.gov)

Summer 2021 Intern – NTE (Not to Exceed)

  • GS-0199-02/03/04/05 Social Sciences
  • GS-0399-02/03/04/05 Administrative & Office Support
  • GS-0499-02/03/04/05 Biological Sciences & Natural Resources
  • GS-0599-02/03/04/05 Financial Management
  • GS-0899-02/03/04/05 Engineering & Architecture
  • GS-1199-02/03/04/05 Business & Industry
  • GS-2299-02/03/04/05 Information Technology (USDA CIO only)

Qualifications and Eligibility

  • GS-02: 2021 High school seniors or other graduates; must be accepted or admitted to a post-secondary program such as college/university, community or vocational college
  • GS-03: Will have completed at least one year of post-secondary education prior to 2021 Summer start date 
  • GS-04: Will have completed at least two years of post-secondary education prior to 2021 Summer start date
  • GS-05: Completed at least four years of post-secondary education, typically graduate students
  1. Hiring Authorities: Pathways Intern – Not to Exceed

Non-students, prior or current Forest Service temporary and term employees may qualify under merit positions through Land & Base Management Hiring Path or Land Mgt. Workforce Flexibility Act (LMWFA) with 24 months or more of service time. See USAJOBS eligibility and qualifications.

Review the job announcement carefully for required information to include in your application. Some positions have specific coursework requirements (e.g., forestry job series). Be sure to submit your applications before the deadline. Employment start dates vary.

Visit the Forest Service Jobs webpage, fs.usda.gov/fsjobs, to learn more about career opportunities, benefits, hiring events, resume webinars, and resources to help with the application process.

See our Forest Service Hiring Events and Webinars page for dates and times

10/14/2020 Corrugator Supervisor, Moses Lake Plant

I Paper in Moses Lake is seeking a supervisor.  Apply online https://career8.successfactors.com/sfcareer/jobreqcareer?jobId=766627&company=IPProd

10/14/2020 Simulation Operations Specialist, Pacific Lutheran University
Recruitment Type: Open to All Applicants
Position Title: Simulation Operation Specialist
Position Type: Staff
Position Status: Regular Full-time
Benefits Status: Benefits Eligible
FLSA: Non-Exempt
Hiring Range: $24.04-$28.85 per hour, DOE with excellent benefits.
Department: Nursing, School of
Posting Date: 10/08/2020
Closing Date When a sufficient number of qualified applicants have been identified.
Work Schedule:

FT; Monday-Friday, Schedule varies and may be scheduled between the hours of 6am-8pm. Occasional (or regular) evening or weekend shifts may be required.

General Description:

The Simulation Operations Specialist will provide technical and mechanical support for the CLSC Simulation Center. Using industry standards and established best practice, this individual will be responsible for the audiovisual equipment, inventory, support, maintenance and setup, computer software support, as well as the care of the manikins and other equipment used in the simulation program. Reports to the Simulation Director.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
  • Maintain current knowledge of simulation/lab equipment catalogs and operation manuals.
  • Program simulator software to model simulator’s physiological response to instructor specifications.
  • Operate patient simulators and cameras for the duration of simulations.
  • Operate and maintain audio-visual and debriefing systems.
  • Set up and take down simulation laboratory equipment; may involve rapid turnover of simulation lab set up.
  • Maintain and repair all simulation equipment, including patient simulators, computers, monitors and a variety of medical equipment.
  • Troubleshoot equipment malfunctions and contacts vendors.
  • Communicate effectively with faculty, administrative staff and other simulation center staff.
  • Communicate effectively with manufacturers regarding maintenance, repairs, updates and technology changes.
  • Collaborate with supervisor to organize, maintain and restock simulation supplies.
  • Provide technical support for task trainers and multimedia peripherals including beds/examination tables, headwalls, patient monitors, and other health care equipment, medication dispensing systems and vital sign monitors.
  • Provide theatrical production (costuming and moulage) for simulation scenarios as requested.
  • Provide technical assistance, support and training to faculty, instructors and staff in use of simulation equipment.
  • Coordinate simulation center schedule (including OSCE, sim and classroom) in compliance with simulation center policies working to prevent scheduling conflicts.
  • Provide recommendations on equipment, supplies and materials.
  • Collect data for ongoing research or grant requirements.
  • Set up and maintain computer-based training programs.
  • Maintain simulation activities and learner confidentiality.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
  • Knowledge of and commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Knowledge of medical terminology and human anatomy/physiology.
  • Mechanical skills to competently maintain and use equipment in the simulation center.
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and oral) to interact with and work effectively with other faculty, staff, students, and vendors in a positive, helpful and cooperative working relationship.
  • Ability to provide technical support in networking, computer hardware or software.
  • Familiarity with PC and Mac platforms with skill in MS Office and the ability to learn additional software programs, including audiovisual and computerized simulation equipment.
  • Knowledge of operation of standard audio-visual equipment: projectors, microphones, portable screens, media players, etc.
  • Organizational and time management skills to keep materials in order, track various projects, maintain files, and follow through assignments to completion.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of information.
  • Ability to quickly learn new technology.
  • Ability to express technical information clearly and simply to non-technical persons.
Required Qualifications:
  1. 5 years of related experience. Education may substitute for some experience.
  2. High school diploma or GED.
  3. Commitment to obtain CHSOS within two years of hire date.
  4. BLS HealthCare Provider.
  5. Finalist applicants must satisfactorily complete pre-employment background check.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Associate’s degree or higher in a related field.
  • Experience in healthcare simulation including maintenance, repair, and technical support of simulation equipment and/or medical device systems in an educational or healthcare delivery setting.
  • Clinical knowledge and experience working in a healthcare related field such as EMT, paramedic, or other allied health profession certification and training.
  • Certified Healthcare Simulation Operations Specialist (CHSOS).
Work Conditions:
  • Availability to work evening/weekends.
Physical Requirements:
  • Ability to lift, move, maintain and set up computer, audio-visual and simulation lab equipment weighing up to 50 lbs. without assistance.
Special Instructions to Applicants:  
Other Information:

At PLU, diversity is intrinsic to the vitality of learning, resilience and growth. PLU is an equal opportunity employer and welcomes applications from members of historically underrepresented and minoritized groups, women, veterans, persons with disabilities, and others who would bring broadly diverse perspectives, experiences, and backgrounds in educational, research or other work activities. PLU offers an excellent benefits package including tuition remission for employees and their dependents, retirement plan, medical, dental, paid vacation, major holidays off, and many other great university benefits.

10/13/2020 Forest Service Hiring --Statewide openings

USDA Forest Service is Hiring

Apply today – many jobs are open now! Join the USDA Forest Service and be a part of an organization committed to Caring for the Land and Serving People. #WorkforNature to make a lasting impact on the world around you and unlock opportunities for professional growth and career advancement.

The USDA Forest Service is hiring student and recent graduate positions in engineering, physical science, land surveying and geographic information systems across the nation (see attached STEM flyer). As well, the Forest Service in conjunction with Office of Personnel Management is hiring Presidential Management Fellow (PMF) positions (see attached PMF flyer).

The following positions have extended closing dates on www.usajobs.gov, to Oct. 19, 2020.

Merit, Recent Graduate, Intern, Open to Public, and PMF positions are available and will be filled as GS-04/05/07/09s with promotion potential to GS-07, 09, or 11 depending on the series.

For the Engineering Technical Series (0802), folks can qualify at the GS-3 to GS-5 grade levels not only with engineering, engineering or industrial technology, construction units, but also with physics, drafting, surveying, physical science, or mathematics coursework. Applicants with earth science, environmental sciences, and vocational degrees may also qualify for Engineering Technician jobs.

For non-students, prior or current Forest Service temporary and term employees may qualify under merit positions through Land & Base Management Hiring Path or Land Mgt. Workforce Flexibility Act (LMWFA) with 24 months or more of service time. See USAJOBS eligibility and qualifications.

Review the job announcement carefully for required information to include in your application. Some positions have specific coursework requirements (e.g., engineer, engineering technician). Be sure to submit your applications before the deadline. Employment start dates vary.

Visit the Forest Service Jobs webpage, fs.usda.gov/fsjobs, to learn more about career opportunities, benefits, hiring events, resume webinars, and resources to help with the application process.

Forest Service Hiring Events and Webinars:

Resume Workshop, Thurs., Oct. 15, 2020 from 3 – 4 p.m. ET/ 12 – 1 p.m. PT

Note: When accessing this webinar, you may be prompted to download the free Microsoft Teams application.

We look forward to working with you.

10/13/2020 US Fish and Wildlife Hiring --Statewide openings

US Fish and Wildlife Service

 

Career Vacancies

To view and apply for FWS positions, please click here: FWS Vacancy Announcements. If you have a question about a specific position vacancy, please contact the Human Resources point of contact listed at the bottom of the announcement.  

For more information about FWS job and internship opportunities, please visit our FWS Recruitment Opportunities page. You can also find career spotlights about many of our careers and others within the Department of the Interior here.

Internships

Students interested in wildlife conservation and stewardship are encouraged to apply for our paid internships through our partnership organizations. Opportunities with FWS and other conservation agencies throughout the country can be found on the following partner’s websites:

*You will need to use the agency filter to see our internships offered by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service.

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