City of Roseville Job Openings!

The Mike Shellito Indoor Pool off Fairway Blvd. in Roseville is currently hiring swim instructors and lifeguards!  They are looking for enthusiastic and professional people that love the water and working with kids.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
– Must be at least 15 years old
– Must attend one of our Pre-Employment Assessments: Sun. 9/27 or Sun. 11/8 from 8am-10am at the Mike Shellito Indoor Pool. Be sure to bring a swim suit, towel and a great attitude. To reserve a spot at an assessment, call the Mike Shellito Indoor Pool at (916) 774-5958
– Must submit an application online at www.rosevile.ca.us/jobs prior to the assessments

Upcoming Lifeguard Training Class
Every Sat. & Sun. 8:30am-5:00pm October 3-18
at Roseville Aquatics Complex
Fee: $205/190 for Roseville Residents
*Must be able to attend all classes
*Must be able to pass a 300 yard swim test
*Course includes all required certifications for Swim Instructor/Lifeguard position

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Job Opening – Student Office Intern

Quest Technology Management is hiring an Administrative Intern! You do not need technology experience or much work experience to apply. The job consists of basic filing, basic knowledge of Microsoft Office and Outlook.

We ask that the student be 16 years of age or older. Work shift is Monday through Friday as school schedule permits.

To apply, submit your resume ASAP as a PDF to Ms. Goudy. If you need help creating, editing, or making a PDF of your resume, Ms. Goudy can help you!

Here is the full job description along with a EEO statement:

JOB SUMMARY:
– The Administrative Intern will support multiple departments as needed with a variety of administrative functions. The ideal candidate will be a detail-oriented, organized and an independent individual to handle the day-to-day administrative duties including filing, copying, faxing, scanning, data entry, etc.
– The Administrative Intern will utilize Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Internet Explorer along with other tools to complete tasks.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNT ABILITIES:
• Performs general clerical duties to include but not limited to: photocopying, faxing, scanning and filing.
• Prepare and modify documents including correspondence, reports, drafts, memos and emails using Microsoft Office and Outlook.
• Assure discreet handling of all payroll, Human Resources and proprietary information.
• Update and chase delegated tasks to ensure progress to deadlines.
• Contacts companies to remove Quest from mailing lists
• Process returned mail by removing addresses in Saleslogix
• Accurate & timely completion of daily, weekly, monthly tasks as assigned.

JOB SPECIFICATIONS – Knowledge & Skills:
• Microsoft Office Suite experience helpful.
• Strong attention to detail and excellent organizational skills required.
• Must have the ability to multi-task in a fast paced environment.
• Motivated self-starter, able to work on own with minimum supervision.
• Enjoys a challenging yet rewarding environment.
• Perform all other duties as assigned.

Student Job at the District Office – Applications DUE TODAY!

Attention students!

The District Office for our school district is hiring a student file clerk! The position will be 3-3.5 hours per day, five days a week during the school year with more time during the summer.

You MUST be unscheduled fourth period.  Preference goes to 11th grade applicants!

Your duties will be: under supervision, to assist in performing clerical duties, including copying, scanning, filing, and light typing. Also assist at the reception desk and in answering phones. No direct job experience

Applications are due TODAY by 4 PM to the district office! Come pick one up in the College & Career Center!!!

Happy New School Year!

Welcome back Titans!

Freshmen, welcome to Antelope!  You’re in for a great four years.  You probably won’t need to be in the College & Career Center much, but you are welcome anytime.  If you get a job or have a job, you will need a work permit.  You can print an application out in the Career Page, under Work Permits, or you can stop by and pick one up.  Once completely filled out, turn it in to me so I can get you an official work permit!

Sophomores, you also probably won’t be in the C & C Center too often, but if you have any questions, need a work permit, or a quieter place to study, here is the place!

Juniors, you’re going to start to see me a more this year!  Many of you will get jobs, start exploring your college and career options, and begin testing in the spring.  Come see me for questions and resources on all of those subjects.

Seniors, some of you might feel like you live in here this year. That’s okay! That’s what I’m here for – ask ALL your questions, pay attention to deadlines, and check in often to make sure you are not missing out on opportunities.

Parents, feel free to contact me with any questions you might have.  I deal with all things college and career.  That includes, but is not limited to: college applications, personal statements, financial aid, work permits, career assessments, scholarships, ROP/Career Technical Education, the Military, and anything else that relates.  The best way to contact me is by email, as I am in and out of my office all day with students, conferences, and events, and am often unable to answer the phone.  If you do give me a call, please leave a message – I do not see missed calls.

Staff, I am here for any questions or requests for help or resources you may need! I am always happy to present on any College or Career subject and will likely be contacting you if you teach Seniors to set up a time I can come speak to your students!

It’s going to be a great year Titans!  I get to… spend it with all of you!