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The TRUSS Company Sacramento, CA 95828, USA
Jul 05, 2019
Full time
Due to rapid growth and facility expansion the TRUSS Co, Inc. has immediate openings at our Washington, Oregon and California facilities for the following positions: Outside Sales Professional Take-offs Required  Truss Designer CADD experience preferred Truss Fabricators Experienced Fabricators Experienced Sawyers Mechanic CDL Drivers Crane Operators w/CDL Mail resumes to Attn: Tami Noteboom, The Truss Company and Building Supply, 2802 142nd Ave. E., Sumner, WA 98390. No phone calls please.
North State Building Industry Foundation 95661
Jul 01, 2019
Full time
 Apply by July 15.    Organizational Overview   The North State Building Industry Foundation (NSBIF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to provide workforce development, community service, and meaningful industry research in support of and partnership with the homebuilding industry.  NSBIF is a closely held charitable arm of the North State Building Industry Association (NSBIA) and works in support of the needs of its member companies in addition to the communities of the greater Sacramento region.   NSBIF works with the construction industry employers and training organizations to Promote construction careers and employment opportunities to students, parents, educators, and people seeking meaningful well-paid work and career opportunities. Develop programs, curriculum, and certifications to increase the number of qualified entry level applicants; Match employers and qualified applicants and interns through a job placement portal, sponsoring/attending job fairs, and hosting matching events. Provide employability services to special populations including but not limited to at-risk youth ages 16-24, low-income individuals, veterans, ex-offenders, and unemployed people.   Work Location The position is located at 1536 Eureka Road, Roseville, CA 95661 Job Description Perform a wide range of administrative and office support activities for the North State Building Industry Foundation to facilitate the efficient operation of the organization. Tasks and Responsibilities Prepare and modify documents including correspondence, reports, drafts, memos, flyers and emails. Database management. General clerical duties including photocopying, fax and mailing. Maintain electronic and hard copy filing system. Handle requests for information and data. Resolve administrative problems and inquiries. Record, compile, transcribe and distribute minutes of meetings. Help with event planning, and attend career fairs as directed. Conduct industry research as directed. Coordinate travel arrangements for supervisors. Other duties as assigned. Experience/Skills Intermediate to advanced level knowledge of various computer software including Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.), Adobe, and Google Docs required. Knowledge of InDesign, Canva, and CRM software preferred. Computer skills (NSBIF uses Apple computers) Social media skills – Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn Communication skills - written and verbal Strong organizational skills Knowledge of operation of standard office equipment Able to make sound decisions independently and set priorities Information gathering and information monitoring Attention to detail and accuracy and the ability to produce work with few to no mistakes Adaptability and willingness to learn Teamwork Working Conditions Usual office-type environment Long periods of sitting and computer use Long periods of standing when attending career fairs Evenings or weekends may be required Driver’s license and automobile required
North State Building Industry Foundation 95661
Jul 01, 2019
Full time
 Apply by July 15.  Under the general direction of the NSBIF Assistant Director, oversee the operations, development and implementation of the services of the North State Building Industry Foundation as related to the development and management of partnerships between BIA members, secondary schools, community colleges, and other industry contacts to implement a systemic approach to industry promotion, career exploration, education and training, credentialing, employment, and continuing education of employees in the residential construction industry. PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES:   Assist the Assistant Director in all phases of the operation of the Foundation including the coordination of programs and grants management. Work with appropriate external contacts including employment, education, and training providers and other construction related associations and trade organizations to facilitate development &/or execution of internships, job placements, training, industry-recognized certificates and/or academic degree programs focusing on trades skills and practices used in residential construction Current examples of these duties include: Develop and manage ongoing relationships with employers, secondary education, and post-secondary education programs to provide internship opportunities for high school and college students Develop and manage the Counselor Externship Program in conjunction with the various education partners in the region Coordinate the annual Trades Job Fair and Intern Hiring Event Manage internal job matching and applicant tracking software to make internship and job placements for youth and adults Research and apply for appropriate grant/funding opportunities that support NSBIF goals Facilitate regular Staff, Advisory Committee, Sub-Committee meetings including communication, meeting management, and minute taking Oversee the management of NSBIF website and internet presence Monitor programs and produce monthly reports, providing updates to NSBIF Executive Director Assist in the monitoring and creation of local program budget, and budget projections Work with local industry-related businesses and contacts to raise funds to support programs Work internally and with necessary businesses to create and distribute marketing materials Supervise and oversee the hiring, training, and work of assigned staff/interns Other duties as assigned QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Minimum BA/BS in a related field or an equivalent combination of skills, training, and experience  Experience/Skills: At least 2 years related experience in grant project/program management. Experience in educational program development, communication, and marketing of programs Ability to network, develop, and nurture relationships with all levels of internal staff and external contacts Preferred knowledge and experience working with secondary and higher education Sacramento Employment Training Agency (SETA) construction trade associations and businesses Budget and program management experience Strong leadership, organizational and presentation skills Grant writing experience a plus Knowledge of association operations preferred Intermediate to advanced level knowledge of various computer software including Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.), Adobe, and Google Docs required. Knowledge of InDesign, Canva, and CRM software preferred. Computer skills (NSBIF uses Apple computers) Social media skills – Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn Communication skills - written and verbal Able to make sound decisions independently and set priorities Information gathering and information monitoring Adaptability and willingness to learn Teamwork  WORKING CONDITIONS: Usual office-type environment Long periods of sitting and computer use Long periods of standing when attending career fairs Evenings or weekends may be required Driver’s license and automobile required  
Taylor Morrison Folsom, CA 95630, USA
Jun 29, 2019
Full time
As a Community Sales Associate working for Taylor Morrison you will be working in one of our state-of-the-art models greeting and registering future homeowners, answering phones, and supporting our Community Sales Managers. You have an exciting opportunity to help a person’s dream of owning a TM home come true.   Job Details We trust that as a Community Sales Associate you will: (responsibilities) Manage and take ownership of all leads generated through: incoming calls, walk-ins,  and new community openings, etc Professionally speak with prospects as the primary point of contact from sale to close while achieving total customer satisfaction Respond freaky fast to inquiries Gather and enter prospect information into our CRM database so we can convert them into a Taylor Morrison Homeowner Meet or exceed monthly sales and closing goals Work with all departments to ensure accurate and timely information is passed along to customers Write accurate and timely sales agreements with prescribed parameters Maintain models pristine image at all times Ensure collateral is up to date and available for hand out to prospects You are willing to perform other duties as assigned   What you will need: (competencies, behaviors & attributes)  Creativity Customer Focus Ethics & Integrity Persistence Relentless/Perseverance Resilience   About you: Active Real Estate License (where applicable by state) You are proficient in all Microsoft Office Applications as well as have savvy computer skills You are very organized and good at documentation You are customer service oriented and believe customer is number one priority You understand the need to be flexible and prioritize tasks in order to meet deadlines You have the desire to become a Community Sales Manager     FLSA Status: Non-Exempt   Will have responsibilities such as: Meet with prospects to show and sell in a Taylor Morrison community the prospects a real estate property which could be a developed lot, a home under construction, a model home, or a completed home  Tour with and demonstrate to prospects model homes and home sites within the Taylor Morrison community, visiting non-Taylor Morrison real estate sales agents and brokers in their offices or elsewhere, perform inspection of competing neighborhoods and communities, tour the Taylor Morrison community to ensure that it is attractive to prospective customers, and meet with construction personnel to ensure customer satisfaction throughout the sale and construction of the new home Work out of a temporary sales facility that is typically a garage in a model home (or could be a trailer in the Taylor Morrison community) that is transformed into a temporary sales office that serves as a place to meet prospects. Take the prospect out to the various home sites within the Taylor Morrison community. Leave the model home sales office (or trailer) for a minimum two hours a day, two times a week to engage in selling or sales-related activities Perform a variety of marketing efforts in conjunction with accomplishing a sale such as completing paperwork, prospecting customers, creating customer contact lists, developing promotional materials, following up with customers, scheduling appointments, and calling non-Taylor Morrison real estate sales agents and brokers to generate interest in Taylor Morrison homes