August Jobs Round Up
We’re thrilled to see a few of our clients and partners hiring. To all of you job seekers, New Orleans is calling.
1. Director of Finance, Liberty’s Kitchen
Liberty’s Kitchen, one of the most innovative non-profits in New Orleans, is looking for a Director of Finance. Liberty’s Kitchen is a social enterprise dedicated to transforming the lives of vulnerable New Orleans youth. They provide a path to bright and healthy futures through employability and life skills training and by providing freshly prepared, nutritious meals to school children. Not too mention, their fall benefit is the highlight of trepwise’s September calendar, and their food is de-licious.
Apply today! Please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com, with subject line: Director of Finance Application. Please no phone calls.
2. Director of Client Services, LifeCity
Calling all environmentally minded entrepreneurs. LifeCity seeks to make social and environmental impact profitable for businesses through a five step process, and they are a backbone in the developing impact economy in New Orleans. The Director of Client Services works with each business they serve in becoming a more impactful and profitable company, and in turn, build a more just and responsible economy in their City. This individual will support all of LifeCity’s existing members, with a special focus on developing a targeted sector-based approach.
To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org and submit responses to this form.
3. Development Director, CityYear New Orleans
City Year is dedicated to helping students and schools succeed. City Year AmeriCorps members serve full – time in high – need urban schools, where they partner with teachers and school leaders to provide high – impact student, classroom, and school – wide support to help students stay in school and on track to graduate from high school, and prepare for college and career success. Added bonus: trepwise founder, Kevin Wilkins, is on the board.
4. Product & Customer Service Representative, zlien
zlien, one of the darlings of the New Orleans’ entrepreneurial scene, is hiring for a Product & Customer Service Representative. zlien is changing the way the construction industry manages the payment cycle on construction projects, providing a powerful, intuitive software platform that is making construction payments more fair. And they’re building an amazing, high-growth company along the way. They’re looking for a hard working team member with a helpful attitude to guide our users through a variety of mediums, such as email, chat, and phone calls. You will need to be a creative problem solver, with a great sense of empathy while also being capable of keeping an eye on the objective needs of the organization.
5. UX/UI & Front End Developer, Radolo
6. Events Director, New Orleans Chamber of Commerce
The New Orleans Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit 501(c)6 membership organization looking for a team player to join our organization as Events Director. The New Orleans Chamber is an events driven organization. This position will be instrumental in connecting the Chamber with people in the business community who want to host dynamic and engaging events for our members and prospective members. They are a huge asset to New Orleans, and you’ll be able to meet a wide variety of folks involved in New Orleans’ businesses across numerous industries.
If you are an ideal fit for this position or know someone who is, please email resume and cover letter to email@example.com. Cover letters and resumes must be sent to email address indicated in order to be considered.
7. Grants Associate, Collegiate Academies
Collegiate Academies (CA) operates four public high schools Louisiana: Sci Academy (founded in 2008), G.W. Carver Collegiate Academy (founded in 2012), Livingston Collegiate Academy (founded in 2016), and Collegiate Baton Rouge (founded in 2017). Our mission is to build world-class public schools that prepare all students for college success and lives of unlimited opportunity. Our schools are open enrollment and tuition-free; relative to the state and other districts, we serve a dramatically higher proportion of students with special needs, students who are English language learners, and students who are from economically disadvantaged backgrounds.
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