Now Recruiting For: Receptionist New Cumberland PA


ABWEIn an economy where jobs are scarce, we are proud to be retained in assisting this wonderful non profit organization with filling this very import position. Please apply directly using the contact information below. Principles only, no agencies or recruiters thank you. ABWE is an equal opportunity employer.

The Association of Baptists for World Evangelism New Cumberland World Headquarters location is currently seeking a Receptionist to join its Team. Reporting to the HR Director this first point of contact position is responsible for answering all ABWE inbound toll and toll-free numbers as well as greeting guests and visitors to the home office. Responsible for call coverage of all departmental inbound calls such as ABWE Foundation and Planned Giving, Mobilization, Global Operations and Donor Services.

Some of the responsibilities will include:

  • Serve as receptionist and guest services
  • Assist with staff events and activities
  • Support staff in project-based work.
  • Assist with address changes to the database
  • Assist with various staff communication (e.g. announcements, Birthdays, etc.)

Some of the qualifications of the position include:

  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite
  • Proficient in typing
  • Good writing, analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Knowledge of principles and practices of organization, planning and records management and general administration
  • Ability to communicate effectively
  • Ability to operate standard office equipment, including but not limited to, computers, telephone systems, typewriters, calculators, copiers, facsimile.
  • Ability to follow oral and written instructions

Christian Life:
As an employee of ABWE you are an important member of a Christian organization. All staff members are Christian missionaries and are required to participate in chapel services. Because of the nature of our ministry it is absolutely necessary that you possess and maintain a lifestyle that is above reproach.

Association of Baptists for World Evangelism
Attn: Mr. Neil Glotfelty
P.O. Box 8585
Harrisburg, PA 17105

eng@abwe.org

www.abwe.org

Please no phone calls!

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Now Recruiting For: HR Coordinator New Cumberland PA


ABWEIn an economy where jobs are scarce, we are proud to be retained in assisting this wonderful non profit organization with filling this very import position. Please apply directly using the contact information below. Principles only, no agencies or recruiters thank you. ABWE is an equal opportunity employer.

The Association of Baptists for World Evangelism New Cumberland World Headquarters location is currently seeking a HR Coordinator to join its Team. This newly created opposition will be responsible for assisting the HR Director in recruiting, on boarding and training of all ABWE home office staff. Responsible for coordinating all staff events, meetings and activities. Responsible for maintaining staff records including staff directory, staff coding, staff handbook, etc.

Some of the responsibilities will include: 

  • Organizing and distributing HR communications (e.g. emails, letters, memos, agendas, etc.)
  • Maintaining staff records
  • Updating staff coding and personnel information
  • Assisting the current Supervisor (Director of Personnel/HR, Communications, and Information
  • Services) with managing his/her scheduling and meeting/calendar appointments needs
  • Coordinating and facilitating staff training
  • Assisting with new staff on boarding
  • Development of meaningful employee relations events

Some of the qualifications of the position include:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources is preferred or equivalent HR work experience
  • Solid organization and time management skills required
  • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written. Must be able to communicate with all levels of management
  • Self-starter with the ability to work independently with minimal direction
  • Must handle confidential information in a professional manner
  • Demonstrate initiative and consistently deliver results
  • Detail-oriented; must ensure a high level of accuracy
  • Maintain flexibility while working in a dynamic environment
  • Must have strong computer skills and experience with Microsoft products Word, Excel and PowerPoint

Christian Life:
As an employee of ABWE you are an important member of a Christian organization. All staff members are Christian missionaries and are required to participate in chapel services. Because of the nature of our ministry it is absolutely necessary that you possess and maintain a lifestyle that is above reproach.

HR@InHISNameHR.COM 

www.abwe.org

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Now Recruiting For: Finish Team Members Myerstown PA


Keystone Collections by Martins.

Position Closed

In an economy where jobs are scarce, we are proud to be retained in assisting this profitable company with filling this very import position. Please apply directly using the contact  information below. Principles only, no agencies or recruiters thank you. Keystone Collections by Martins is an equal opportunity employer.

Keystone Collections by Martins, Myerstown PA manufacturing location is currently seeking an Finish Team Members to join its Team. Through lean manufacturing, finish furniture within the quality, productivity, and safety guidelines as set by the company and finish team.

Some of the critical factors for your success are:

  • Pride in Job and Quality Work Standards
  • Positive, “Can Do” attitude
  • Focus on maintaining productivity levels equal to or higher than the team’s average.
  • Development of personal skills and continuous learning to exceed work standards
  • Be a strong team contributor by consistently following team goals, guidelines, and standard operating procedures
  • Willingness for constant change to continuously improve the processes and organization
  • Understanding and utilizing lean manufacturing concepts 

Some of the preferred qualifications are:

  • 1-2 years finish experience helpful
  • Basic knowledge of the principles and practices of finishing wood products.
  • Ability to read at or above 4th grade level
  • Ability to perform mathematical calculations and read a tape measure accurately
  • Knowledge of departmental functions and organization
  • Willingness and ability to work overtime
  • Ability to consistently follow standard operating procedures
  • Ability to work under conditions with multiple and changing priorities, short deadlines, more than one source of supervision and work assignments

Keystone Collections by Martins

 650 Houtztown Road
Myerstown, PA17067
hr@keystonecollections.com

www.keystonecollections.com

Please no phone calls.

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Now Recruiting For: Office Manager Myerstown PA


Keystone Collections by Martins.In an economy where jobs are scarce, we are proud to be retained in assisting this profitable company with filling this very import position. Please apply directly using the contact information below. Principles only, no agencies or recruiters thank you. Keystone Collections by Martins is an equal opportunity employer.

Keystone Collections by Martins, Myerstown PA manufacturing location is currently seeking an Office Manager to join its Team.

Through servant leadership of the team, the Office Manager is responsible to efficiently prioritize, load balance, monitor and manage the office team for maximum efficiency.  Responsible for serving customers, vendors, and the rest of the organization with exceptional customer service to the quality level required, in a timely fashion, maintaining productivity and staying on budget.  Responsible to maintain high morale in the team, promote continuous improvement through lean office in all areas, troubleshoot to minimize rework and proactively plan for future growth.

This position will be responsible for the Management of all aspects of the Office: Customer Service, Vendor Relations, Contract Shop Relations, AP, AR, Payroll, Purchasing, Inventory Control, CAD/CAM, Crystal Reports, Configurator, and Global Shop ERP Software.

Some of the preferred qualifications are:

  • 2-4 years management experience
  • Advanced PC skills and knowledge of other office machines and equipment
  • Excellent computation and math skills
  • Personable, pleasant personality
  • Ability to speak to people at all levels of the organization and customers
  • Well organized, able to handle multiple projects simultaneously
  • Ability to work under conditions with multiple and changing priorities, short deadlines, and conflicts

Keystone Collections by Martins

650 Houtztown Road
Myerstown, PA17067

hr@keystonecollections.com

www.keystonecollections.com

Please no phone calls.

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Now Recruiting For: Finishing Team Coach Myerstown PA


Keystone Collections by Martins.

Position Closed

In an economy where jobs are scarce, we are proud to be retained in assisting this profitable company with filling this very import position. Please apply directly using the contact information below. Principles only, no agencies or recruiters thank you. Keystone Collections by Martins is an equal opportunity employer.

Keystone Collections by Martins, Myerstown PA manufacturing location is currently seeking a Finishing Team Coach to join its Team.  The Finish Team Coach is responsible for the quality level of the product, meeting the due date of the product, morale of the team, efficiency of the operation, and future growth of production.

Some of the duties of this position include: 

  1. Directs the day-to-day activities of departmental personnel with respect to production volume, flow, cost, quality and on time delivery dates.
  2. Maintains accurate time records to ensure accurate job costing for the department.
  3. Closes daily schedules on time and maintains proper paperwork flow with in the department.
  4. Monitors production reports to ensure achievement of financial, safety, quality and on-time delivery goals.
  5. Create and maintain a positive work environment which fosters high morale.
  6. Use strong communication skills, leadership, and coaching techniques to accomplish quality goals and exceed productivity standards.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 2 years furniture finishing experience or equivalent in education.
  • Well organized, able to multitask with deadlines on most
  • Ability to expend the time to complete the job on time.
  • Ability to travel on company business which might include overnight stays.
  • Ability to be discrete, emphatic, and diplomatic
  • Physical ability to walk long distances, stand for long periods of time and work in areas with light dust, heat, chemicals and moderate noise levels

Keystone Collections by Martins

650 Houtztown Road
Myerstown, PA17067

 hr@keystonecollections.com

www.keystonecollections.com

Please no phone calls.

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Now Recruiting For: Trailer Technician Manheim PA


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In an economy where jobs are scarce, we are proud to be retained in assisting this profitable company with filling this very important position. Please apply directly using the contact information below. Principles only, no agencies or recruiters thank you. U/KTS is an equal opportunity employer.

Utility Keystone Trailer Sales, Inc., offers a full line of Utility products: including truck body kits, refrigerated vans, dry freight, flatbed, and tautliner trailers. Our full service repair shop and parts department provide service on all makes of trailers. In addition, 20 acres of new and used trailer inventory makes U/KTS a one-stop location for your entire trailer needs in the tri-state area.

We are currently looking for a Trailer Technician with a long-term focus and willingness to grow. We are a pay for performance oriented organization which offers qualified individuals a support structure that enables motivated individuals to perform at their best in an independent yet fostered environment.

Requirements:

  • Experience in all phases of semi-trailer diagnosis and repair is preferred.
  • Experience with major collision repairs on reefer and dry van trailers is preferred.
  • Ability to perform mig welding on steel, and aluminum components.
  •  Knowledge of D.O.T. inspection standards and procedures.
  •  The ability to work independently and be accountable for personal results and goals which are set forth jointly by employee and management alike.
  •  Willingness to participate in ongoing technical training as needed.

Benefits:

  • High Wages and Incentive Program.
  • Bonus system with “pay for performance” incentives.
  • Company matched 401(K) retirement plan.
  • A modern, clean and safe working environment.
  • Working with a company who values its employees, their families, and customers alike.

 

Utility/Keystone Trailer Sales, Inc.

www.utilitykeystone.com

1976 Auction Road   P.O. Box  156

Manheim,PA 17545

Phone:717-653-9444    FAX:717-653-9443

Direct:  717-492-2602

Service Hours:  M-F  7:00 – 5:00

E-mail:  brianvonstetten@utilitykeystone.com

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How To Build “Kingdom Minded” Companies Presentation


Build a “Kingdom Minded” company width=In HIS Name HR is currently accepting dates for January through March 2012 to present, “How to Build Kingdom Minded Companies.”  This presentation is designed for Christian-owned businesses with 50 or more employees.

With over 20 years of Human Resources experience ranging from Fortune 100 (Kodak, Quaker Oats, and Merck Pharmaceuticals) to small- and mid-sized companies, Mark Griffin has seen it all. Please come and enjoy Mark’s presentation on how you might best build Kingdom Minded Companies in today’s politically correct business world. Let Mark inspire you to be bold and brave in your faith by ensuring Christ is present in your workplace.

If you have a conference, roundtable group, seminar series or a Church business group that would be interested to have Mark address them in person, please contact us at your earliest convenience to book your event. Additionally, if you know of a pastor or Christian leader who might be interested in hearing this message or supporting a presentation, please forward this message to them.

Thank you.

Joy-FM Morning JoyRide with Daniel, Candi, & Melody


Joy FM!Enjoy this Podcast as Mark is interviewed by Daniel Britt.

About Daniel Daniel Britt has been on the radio since the age of 14 and has a combined broadcasting experience of over 18 years. Daniel is the Operations Manager for the highly successful Gospel Music radio network, Joy FM, headquartered in Winston-Salem, NC.  He’s also the co-host of Dove-nominated radio show, “The Morning JoyRide with Daniel, Candi, & Melody.” Joy FM is the current Gospel Music Association’s Radio Station of the Year (2010).

About Mark  MIn HIS Name HR on iTunes!ark has had the pleasure of working for Christian owned organizations, he knows what works and does not work, and most importantly he sees the world through the employee perspective! He believes in treating everyone with dignity  and respect, because after all, your employees are part of your company family.

Mark believes that employees who work for an outwardly faith based Christian organization are committed at a different level than those in non-faith based organizations. He also explains that employees are more likely to go the extra mile, to trust their leadership, to deliver on their promises and be led by those who demonstrate Christ-like servant leadership, because  they can! Connect with Mark on LinkedIn by clicking here.

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Organizational Vision


Do you have a Vision for your Company?.High-performing organizations have a clearly defined Vision. This Vision helps guide all its employees and supervision to their desired destination and explains why. Companies who have a Vision have a workplace of direction, purpose and achievement. These companies have a Vision of where they want to be, and do the appropriate things to get there. All along the way, they have employees who are enthusiastically a part of it, eagerly supporting the Vision.

What Is an Organizational Vision?

A Vision that is optimal is one that has been created, or at least contributed to, by all employees of the organization. Like the Mission, the more buy-in the organization has, the greater the effectiveness of the Vision.   The Vision should be inspiring! It is where you want to be!   The Vision is what you seeing occurring as you deliver on your Mission. It is where you want your organization to be in five years. We define it as five years but you may prefer to extend that, or, if you are a start-up, you may want to start with a three-year Vision. We prefer five years, because that is a reasonable amount of time for most companies to get to the next step. The Vision must be realistically achievable. If you own a pizza shop, it would not be wise to say your Vision is to grow to a $2 billion-dollar market value. But, an achievable Vision might look like: “We will grow to be a regional choice by consumers by expanding to 10 locations.”

Reflect on the following questions as considerations for building your Vision:
1. How are the market and customer base changing in the next three to seven years?
2. How will that create opportunities for the organization?
3. How can we meet the gap between now and our Vision?
4. How will we surpass our competitors and seek greater market share?
5. What are we doing collectively to capitalize on the changes in business conditions and needs of the business?

Examples:

Amazon “Our vision is to be earth’s most customer-centric company; to build a place where people can come to find and discover anything they might want to buy online.”

Nike “To be the number one athletic company in the world.”

What is the difference between Mission and Vision?

 The most asked question to us surrounding Mission, Vision and Core Values is: what is the difference between a Mission and a Vision? Your Mission is what you do best every day. Your Vision is what the future looks like when you deliver on your Mission so exceedingly well.

High-performing Organizations

There is, unquestionably, a key to high-performing organizations.  That key is Vision — a Vision that ignites the employees of these organizations to achieve great things!

When I worked with the Gatorade Division of Quaker Oats, we smoked the competition.  Why?  We had Vision. And every employee who worked there bought into that Vision.  Powerade and All Sport didn’t have a chance.  In fact, where is All Sport today?  If Gatorade did not take them out completely, they certainly limited their capabilities!

The problem is not with workers in the U.S. What we have today is a problem with leadership — leadership that lacks the ability to create buy-in for excellence in Vision achievement.

If you are a leader, you must develop a Vision, and develop it with employee input.  If you are an employee, make sure you buy into your organization’s Vision. If it needs tweaking, ask to do so with respect. Your leadership will appreciate your interest!

Let’s all work together with our organizations to create Vision, to create a hope and future for everyone.

We Value your Comments.  Please share your thoughts on having an Organizational Vision. How do they fit into your workplace? Do you have a Vision where you work right now? Have you worked at a high-performing organization that did?

Organizational Core Values


 Integrity is a value of ours.All organizations have Core Values.  Few organizations memorialize them; almost none manage them.

Organizations tend to be meshed together by a unique blend of personal and corporate values. These values are important to its employees, leaders and stakeholders.

What exactly is a Core Value? A Core Value from our human resources perspective is one that reflects the heart of your organization. It is what makes your organization tick; it defines your organization. It is how your vendors view your behavior toward them; it is your culture when dealing with customers.

It is what employees tell their neighbors and friends when they ask what it is like to work at your organization.

One of the most important aspects of Core Values is where they come from. Core Values need to be shared across the organization, but they also need to have a reference point. Your Core Values should include a statement highlighting that reference point.

Example:

We are a family-owned and operated organization. As such, we respect each other and collectively support the following Values in the way in which we do business and treat each other both internally and externally to the organization.

Efficiency: We pride ourselves on speed — and, yes, we are accurate!

Individual Responsibility: We believe in holding ourselves accountable. We deliver on our own promises and we always endeavor to use good judgment.

Quality: We do not compromise on quality. Quality is job one.

Ownership: We own our decisions, we own our mistakes, we own our achievements.

If you have not yet defined what your Core Values are, it may be time for you to solidify an agreement on which Core Values are important to your organization. This should be done with care, because, by now, leaders and employees have created their own values, and they are not always aligned with the owners or senior managers.

In the development of Core Values for a seasoned organization, the process should be shared, not just top down. Brainstorming should include several layers of employees and are often best done in focus group format, where groups of employees nominate a representative to meet with the facilitator, and the ensuing Core Values should be agreed upon and understood.

Naturally, there are some Core Values that are nonnegotiable, such as Trust or Integrity but the core value, the true heart of the organization, is what is valued collectively by employees, and is not necessarily always what the top leaders think or want.

How many Core Values do you need?

Some companies have as many as ten Core Values. We believe that ten Core Values is too many. Instead, we recommend three to five Core Values. Fewer Core Values not only ensures that these are your true core principles but, also makes it easier for your employees to remember them easily. It is also easier to manage within your HR processes.

Below is a laundry list of the Core Values we have compiled that we find most valuable, to enable you to best select what is truly most important to your organization.

Accountability — We are responsible for our actions, which, in turn, influence our customers, vendors and coworkers. We hold ourselves and each other to a high standard of accountability.

Balance — We create a work environment that promotes healthy lifestyles and celebrates family-work balance for employees.

Biblical Principles — We are a company founded on Biblical principles, therefore, all we do we entrust in God.

Civic Responsibility — We honor our coworkers and our communities by our motivation, knowledge and ability to actively participate in our communities as volunteers and leaders.

Compassion — We show kindness for others by helping those who are in need.

Courage — We face difficult situations with confidence and determination, standing up for our convictions, even when some of the decisions we make are right, but not popular.

Commitment — We are committed to ourselves, our vendors, and our customers; it is through commitment that we will all achieve.

Community — We are committed to the communities in which we do business and our employees live, work and love.

Consistency — We pride ourselves on our reputation for consistency.

Diversity — We respect diversity of race, gender, thought, interests, and ideas.

Efficiency — We pride ourselves on speed — and, yes, we are accurate!

Empowerment — We create an atmosphere that allows others to achieve through their unique contributions.

Fairness — We pride ourselves on having a work environment that emulates fairness. We treat people equally and make decisions without influence from favoritism or prejudice.

Fun — Work does not need to be painful or joyless.

Honesty — We believe in consistently seeking and speaking the truth in the workplace. We believe in a workplace devoid of lying, cheating, stealing, or any other forms of deception.

Individual Responsibility — We believe in holding ourselves accountable. We deliver on our own promises, and we always use good judgment.

Industriousness — We realize the intrinsic and extrinsic rewards of putting forth efforts to achieve our goals; we celebrate our team’s unique abilities to contribute to prospering our organization.

Innovation — We create before others do!

Integrity — Without integrity, we are nothing!

Justice — We consider the perspectives of others and demonstrate the courage to be consistently fair while treating all with equal dignity and respect.

Leadership — We lead with conviction and understanding.

Ownership — We own our decisions; we own our mistakes; we own our achievements.

Passion — We love what we do, and our heart goes into our work.

Quality — We do not compromise on quality. Quality is job one.

Respect — We maintain a work style of trust in all our interactions.
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Respect — We value our vendors, our customers and ourselves; we treat others as we would want ourselves to be treated.

Risk Taking — We take calculated risks, learn from our mistakes, and grow in our successes.

Safety — We are accountable for our personal safety and helping our coworkers maintain a safe environment.

Service Excellence — We provide best in class service to our internal and external customers every day.

The best Core Value is one that you and your teams identify and create together.  Please post below what your experiences have been with Core Values and share a list of those values that you think are integral to every organization.