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Natural Resource Technician I

SC Department of Health & Environmental Control

SC Statewide






Inspecting pools, spas, lazy rivers, and water parks throughout the assigned areas. Positions run from May 17, 2017, to August 16, 2017.



High school diploma and a good driving record. Individual must be 18 years of age or older and possess a valid driver's license with a good driving record, and must be able to swim. Must be able to communicate effectively both orally and in writing; calibrate and use field equipment which requires steady hands; bend, climb, and stoop, in order to take samples and conduct inspections; lift up to 50 lbs; make visual observations of samples; work in all weather conditions (heat/direct sunlight); conduct quality inspections using a tablet; and conduct light paperwork. Must be able to follow operating procedures as well as complete assigned inspection routes on a daily basis.



APPLICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED AT: OR 2600 Bull Street, Columbia, SC 29201

Job #64168

Applications must be accurate and complete. The quality of the application presented (completeness and accuracy as well as grammar and spelling) will be considered prior to the offer of an interview.

Applicants must not apply through the website. If you are interested please submit a SC State application to the office(s) you wish to work in.

Anderson County – 220 McGee Rd., Anderson, SC 29621; Ph: 864-260-5585 GreenwoodCounty – 1736 South Main St., Greenwood, SC 29646; Ph: 864-227-5915 Greenville County – 200 University Ridge, Greenville, SC 29601; Ph: 864-372-3273 Spartanburg County – 151 East Wood St., Spartanburg, SC 29303; Ph: 864-596-3327 Richland County – PO Box 156, State Park, SC 29147; Ph: 803-896-0620; York-Lancaster County (Rock Hill Office) – 2475 DHEC Rd., Lancaster, SC 29720; Ph: 803-285-7461 Aiken County – 206 Beaufort Street, NE, Aiken SC 29801; Ph: 803-642-1637 Florence County – 145 E. Cheves St. Florence SC 29506; Ph: 843-661-4825 Sumter County – 105 Magnolia St. Sumter SC 29151; Ph: 803-778-6548 Horry County – 927 Shine Ave. Myrtle Beach, SC 29577; Ph:843-238-4378 Charleston County –1362 McMillan Ave Suite 300 Charleston SC 29405; Ph: 843-953-0150 Beaufort County – 104 Parker Dr. Beaufort SC 29906; Ph: 843-846-1030







Blumenthal Performing Arts

Charlotte, NC

Internship Program/Paid Stipend



Attention college and grad students: do you enjoy the arts? Are you considering a field in or related to arts-management and looking for hands-on experience? If this sounds like you or someone you know, apply for our 10 week summer internship. Weekly stipends are provided! The deadline to apply is March 15.


Internships at Blumenthal Performing Arts (BPA) are designed to offer hands-on and instructional learning experiences to college and graduate students considering careers within arts management-related fields. The number and types of internships vary during the course of BPA’s calendar year according to the needs and work flow of individual BPA departments. However, there are often internship opportunities available throughout the year.


Our standard internship is full-time (30+ hours per week) and requires a minimum commitment of ten weeks by intern candidates. Pending the needs of individual departments, flexibility in daily or weekly work scheduling may be required and some work in the evenings and weekends may be necessary. To assist full-time interns with living expenses, BPA provides a stipend of $250 per week.


Interns may be eligible for college credit upon completion of BPA’s internship program. Interns who intend to receive credit for their internship experience are responsible for meeting registration requirements of their respective colleges and for informing BPA’s Director of Education of necessary evaluation and/or other forms to be completed by appropriate BPA personnel.




March 15.............. for summer internships

June 30................ for fall internships

December 1......... for winter/spring internships



College and graduate students considering careers within arts management-related fields



Submit the following materials:


A completed Internship application form 

A letter of application that describes your background and professional interest, as well as a statement of career goals and objectives

A current resume

A copy of your most recent college transcripts

A letter of recommendation from a faculty advisor or other appropriate reference


Application and additional information can be found at:






Market Manager

Waxhaw Farmer’s Market

Waxhaw, NC




The Market Manager is responsible for the on-site management of the operation of the WFM on Saturdays, year round, with some non-market hours required for market promotion, event planning, record keeping and other administrative duties. This is a part time position, 10 – 12 hours per week. The manager works under the direction of the WFM Board of Directors and serves as a liaison and representative for the market with vendors, consumers and the community.  A passion for local agriculture and food is essential for this position.

Job Responsibilities

Market Day Operations – includes opening and closing of the market, including set-up, vendor organization and support, signage, organize volunteers, manage planned event/activities, grounds maintenance, set-up manager’s information table, take down and lock up

Quality Assurance Activities – such as enforcing market rules and ensure compliance with food safety procedures as well as USDA, state and local regulations. Overseeing collection of customer data and feedback.


Promotional Activities – including maintenance and publishing of weekly newsletter, social media marketing, web site and community communication. Supporting the planning and managing of market day events.

Community liaison – Managing an information table, organizing market volunteers, responding to customer questions and concerns, share knowledge about agriculture, local food, local growers and sustainability

Vendor management activities – including processing vendor applications, vendor communication, compliance and participation, collection of fees

Growth and Development – attend Board meetings and assist in planning, record keeping and information gathering, creative thinking and problem solving

Rate of pay – $12-$15/hour depending on experience and skill level



The market manager will need the following:


An ability to work independently with strong leadership skills, including good communication skills and able to work effectively with a diverse group of people


Excellent organization skills with some knowledge of financial record keeping and budgeting is needed, as well as a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, and Email. Newsletter writing experience and proficiency with social media is also needed.


Prior experience with Farmers’ Markets (or retail), marketing and event planning with knowledge about local agriculture, local food, and the local Waxhaw community


To be willing and able to work outdoors in all weather conditions, and able to safely lift and carry 50 lbs. Must have a valid NC drivers’ license, an insured vehicle, computer, cell phone and internet access.


A sense of humor is really helpful, too!



If you are excited about farmers markets, locally grown food and your local community and think you have the desired skills you can apply for this position by sending resume to   by March 31.






Hair Stylist

Allure Beauty Salon

Lancaster, SC




Seeking talented, exceptional stylists who are passionate about the art of hairdressing and beauty



Experienced hair stylist



Contact Teresa Evans at (803) 416-6144 or (803) 286-1102

Allure Beauty, 206 North Park Square, Lancaster





XLC Services/Duracel

Lancaster, SC




XLC Services, LLC is a single-source provider of distribution and manufacturing support. We position our clients to focus on their core operation, with assurance that support functions are managed well. XLC provides the knowledge, staffing resources and management expertise that will increase productivity while ensuring inventory accuracy, reliable quality, housekeeping and maximum up time. While performing these fundamentals, we constantly search for opportunities to save our client's costs.

Headquartered in Cincinnati, OH, our offices are located throughout the East, Midwest and South.

Overall Responsibilities – Sorter Position

Remove and replace bad products from defective trays as advised by quality assurance.

Key areas of responsibility

               Pull all non-conforming product from cells based off of established quality guidelines

               Fill out documentation with outgoing quantity and place it in the outgoing magazine

               Pick up bad cells from the floor and lines and take scrap to the scrap bin


Key Information

               1 cell weighs approximately 24.7grams

               693 cells per tray

               Full trays weigh approximately 3


These are 12.5 hour shift positions.

The pay is $9/hour.

Two shifts: Day shift 6:30am-7:00pm, Night Shift 6:30pm – 7:00am (majority of our openings).

Rotating Schedule: 1st week (employee works); Monday, Tuesday, Friday Saturday. 2nd week (employee works); Sunday, Wednesday, Thursday.

Employee will work alternate weekends on the regular rotating schedule and occasional overtime is available.

These positions are Full-Time with XLC Services, LLC.

We offer a complete benefits package.



Qualifications and Physical capabilities

               Must be able to lift maximum of 30lbs frequently and occasionally

               Twisting/ kneeling/ climbing/ squatting

               Must be able to work 12hr shifts, with potential overtime

               Pay attention to fine detail


Required PPE

               Company approved safety glasses

               Company approved Steel toe shoes

               Nitrile Gloves



Email resume to:


Tony Simpson


324  West Ninth St. |  Cincinnati, OH 45202

Fax [513]639.2590 |  Office [513]639.2570






Summer Positions

Cane Creek Park

Waxhaw, NC

Summer Seasonal



Seasonal Office Attendant

Seasonal Park Attendant I

Seasonal Park Attendant II

Seasonal Park Ranger

Seasonal Lifeguard

Seasonal Head Lifeguard

Seasonal Maintenance Technician



To be determined according to the position



Apply Online


For Questions

Call (704) 843-3919







Residential Outside Sales Representative

Comporium Communications

Rock Hill, SC




Comporium has an excellent career opportunity for a Residential Outside Sales Representative in our Residential Services group, located in Rock Hill, South Carolina. We are a diversified communications company providing a Quintuple Play of five services -- voice, video, data, wireless and security -- at the retail level; as well as, providing security monitoring and directory publishing for its industry customers. Under this concept, the Comporium Group is uniquely positioned to offer customers one-stop-shopping for all their communications needs. 

As Door to Door Sales Representative, this position will be responsible for promoting and selling Comporium voice, video, internet, and security products by calling on existing and new customers throughout our coverage area. This is a position that includes the necessity to work afternoons, evenings, and some Saturdays. Base plus commission position.  Must meet monthly sales objectives. Mileage reimbursement provided. Reports to Door-to-Door Sales Supervisor.

Core Responsibilities

·          Communicate the benefits of various Comporium products and services.

·          Complete sales contracts and commission reports and turn into office in a timely fashion.

·          Deliver and install digital converters as necessary.

·          Organize and keep inventoried items secured and updated.

Comporium is proud to offer

·          Competitive Pay

·          Bonus Opportunity

·          Medical, Dental, Vision, Cancer & Accident Insurance

·          Free On-site Health Clinic for employees and group insurance covered spouses!

·          Employee Assistance Program

·          PTO - Paid Time Off

·          Nine Paid Holidays

·          401(k) with company matching!

·          Flex Spending Account

·          Life and Supplemental Life Insurances

·          Short and Long-term Disability

·          Tuition Assistance

·          Company Sponsored Events

·          Product and Service Discounts

·          Employee Development

·          Yearly Employee/Family Gatherings

Equal Opportunity Employer/Contractor.




·          High School Diploma or Equivalent

·          Inside or Outside sales experience preferred

·          Must have excellent interpersonal and communication skills

·          Must be self-motivated, persuasive, and results-oriented

·          Professional appearance required




Send a cover letter and resume to:


Lauren Coventry | Comporium

Talent Acquisition Specialist

p. 803.326.7096 | f. 803.326.5427






Line Therapist

Early Autism Project, EAP, Inc.

Lancaster area






Are you looking for an opportunity to partner with a company grounded in a social mission? At Early Autism Project, EAP, Inc. we have a passion for helping children with autism and related spectrum disorders reach their full potential.  If you feel the same way, check out our Line Therapist position!


We are seeking entry-level (no previous experience needed) Line Therapists to join our team and Make a Difference!


Meaningful Work

EAP Line Therapists utilize 1:1 Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy in clinic, home, and/or community based locations to implement students’ Individualized Education Programs (IEP).  ABA therapy is widely recognized as the most successful form of autism treatment and is what helps to guide our student’s development and improve the quality of their lives.


Entry-level Line Therapists will go through initial and on-going training in order to provide effective ABA therapy techniques when working with assigned students.



We value collaboration, a positive culture among students, staff and administration, and the support and expertise to ensure students and teachers succeed. We celebrate successes of all sizes and natures!


Creativity and Leadership

We welcome innovation and encourage creative expression. We’re open to new ideas, and we provide opportunities for professional growth, advancement and leadership. At Early Autism Project, you can learn from the best – and make your own contribution.



If you want to make a difference, join our team in our social mission to offer hope!


Early Autism Project is a division of Chancelight Behavioral Health and Education which provides behavioral health and special and alternative education to students in more than XX states nationwide.



Our EAP Line Therapists provide 1:1 instruction to assigned student(s).  They work with assigned student(s) to implement Individualized Education Programs (IEP) in clinic, home, and/or community based locations while utilizing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) techniques.


Sessions generally last 3-4 hours per assigned student.


Duties include, but are not limited to:


1:1 Instruction with a student (age ranges 0-21 years)

Gross Motor Play (must be physically able to lift small children)

Self-Help Training (domestic/hygienic)

Note taking and reporting



Key Job Requirements

       18 years/+

       Experience in Education, Special Education, Psychology is preferred.

       HS Diploma or GED required.

       Current Driver’s License and Reliable Vehicle


Early Autism Project, EAP, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.



Apply at

Follow prompts until being given the option to apply via a location search.


EAP is a division of a nation-wide educational services company known as ChanceLight.  More job information can be found on their web site. 


For additional questions, contact:


Kayla Breitwieser

Recruitment Officer

EAP, Inc.

803-406-8790 (cell)






Camp Counselor

Camp Easter Seals UPC

New Castle, VA




Description of Camp:

Camp Easter Seals UCP Virginia is located about forty-five minutes northwest of Roanoke in the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. We offer children and adults with disabilities the opportunity to enjoy wide variety of fun and challenging activities in a unique and supportive camp atmosphere. Our campers have a variety of disabilities including autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and several other physical and intellectual disabilities. Throughout the summer, camp offers physical, occupational, and speech therapy to kids/teens. The summer ends with a week for families that have a child with a disability. The campers seem to have a lasting impression on the staff.


Job Description:

To help contribute to camp’s unique and supportive atmosphere we are seeking camp counselors and program specialist for summer employment. Camp counselors supervise and care for the campers’ personal needs as well as lead and assist campers with camp activities. Program Specialist plan, implement various camp activities, and assist counselors with camper care and supervision. Camp counselors and Program Specialist come from around the country and world to work at camp. Many of the staff have described their experience at camp as “Life Changing!”

We are seeking specialist for the following:

- Program Director*

- Aquatics (lifeguards)*

- Adventure (camping, nature, ropes course)*

- Performing Arts

- Arts and Crafts

- Horseback Riding*

- Adaptive Sports

*Experience or Certification Required




- Minimum of 18 years of age

- Have compassion and patience

- Be physically and cognitively able to supervise camper and assist with their personal care

- Be able to lift at least 50 lbs on a daily basis

- Act ethically and honestly

- Desire to make a positive difference in the lives of others.



-Please contact Alexander Barge, Camp Director OR Whitney Civitts, Assistant Camp Director for more information or for an application at OR by phone at (540) 777-7325.






Line Therapist/Paraprofessional

Solid Foundations of the Carolinas

Various area locations




Enjoy working with children? Want to help make a difference while having Fun and Getting Paid for it?

Come Join Our Team!

We are seeking part time LINE THERAPIST/PARAPROFESSIONALS to provide ABA SERVICES to the children and families we partner with.

ABA training is provided prior to in home placement.

Rate of pay is between $9-$11 an hour depending on experience.

We also provide field placement, internships and service learning opportunities for students majoring in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis.



Previous ABA experience is not required.  Individuals best suited for our team have a passion for helping others, a desire to grow professionally and a commitment to quality. Experience and/or education in ABA, child care, education, health related professions, or psychology are a plus.



For additional information or to apply visit our website






Package Handler

United Parcel Service

Charlotte, NC




Looking for permanent part-time work? Check UPS out! 

Two shifts to choose from: 

Preload: 3 – 3 ½ hour shift Mon-Fri, between the hours of 4 AM-9 AM

Twilight:  3 – 3 ½ hour shift, Mon-Fri, between the hours of 5 PM-10 PM

Starting pay $10.00 per hour, weekly paychecks, weekends off, tuition reimbursement



The position is extremely physical

Must be 18 years old



Apply online at