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Charlie's Lashes - Lash Stylist

We’re Searching for Lash Stylist!!!

Do you want to excel as a lash artist? Does working in a rapidly growing exciting environment with large potential interest you?

Charlie’s Lashes is a charming Lash Studio in Basking Ridge. We are looking for skilled, passionate, invested technicians to join our family of extremely talented professional lash experts. Formal training by Xtreme Lashes will be required. We pride ourselves on keeping our technicians up to date on all the latest lash technologies and continued education from our master stylist and Xtreme Lashes.

· Must be licensed in cosmetology, esthetics, or makeup artist. (or currently in school)
· Availability to work part time, full time, days and evenings.
· Experienced preferred but willing to train the right person
· Willing to learn new lash techniques
· Possess great customer service skills, interpersonal relations and be business savvy.
· Knowledge of health & safety standards in the beauty industry
· Competence in Xtreme Lashes application techniques and product knowledge
· Passion about the eyelash extension & beauty industry
· Curiosity, creativity and eagerness to develop your skills
· Excellent communication, critical thinking and problem solving skills
· Positive, patient, responsible, and nurturing spirit
· Spirit of entrepreneurship requiring high-energy, proactivity, flexibility and collaboration
· Ability to work independently and collaboratively with other departments in a fast-paced and dynamic environment

If you are interested in joining our growing team, please check out our website www.charlieslashesbr.com and submit your resume to booking@charlieslashes.me

We look forward to hearing from you!

Baby Crossing - Sales Associate

Baby Crossing is GROWING and we need help!

Looking for a fun, energetic part time sales associate to work 2 or 3 days per week. Occasional Saturday a must!

Check out our website www.babycrossing.com or Instagram @babycrossingboutique to see what fun you can be a part of.

Please send resume or inquiry to shelly@babycrossing.com

Kid and Caboodle - Weekend Manager

Join the happiest team in Morristown! Kid and Caboodle is looking for a Weekend Manager.

If you have energy, positivity, and a can-do attitude, let’s talk! We’re hiring right away for our weekend manager position!

Experience in childcare (babysitting counts!) and/or education preferred.
Be part of our creative and supportive environment!

Great for resume.

Duties include but are not limited to the following:
– Greeting guests
– Checking they have signed the waiver
– Tidying up the reception, party room, play area, bathrooms and office
– Being a birthday “host” – setting up for birthday parties, cleaning up after birthday parties, serving pizza and cake

– Managing weekend employee scheduling
– Using POS system

Hours will vary weekly depending on birthday and open play schedules.

8-10 hour shift
Weekends only
Kid and Caboodle Play is not a drop off facility, a caretaker must stay with the child/children at all times therefore, this is not a babysitting or day care job.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $20.00 – $25.00 per hour + cash tips*

*Tips are not guaranteed for every party but about 95% of parties do leave tips*

Please email resume to: kidandcaboodleplay@gmail.com

The Museum of Early Trades & Crafts

Communications Coordinator Position Available

The Museum of Early Trades & Crafts (METC) is a New Jersey history museum located in Madison NJ. We have an immediate opening for a Communications Coordinator to join our professional team at METC. This position will work closely with all staff and is responsible for executing the communication, marketing, and press initiatives for the museum and for ensuring that METC’s brand is presented consistently and effectively. The candidate must have proven experience using a variety of social media platforms to promote current activities, events, or an organization. This is a full-time position, but there is flexibility in the schedule. The salary range is $32-34K based on experience and we offer a comprehensive benefits package.

• Maintain a yearly communications plan for the museum in coordination with all departments
• Maintain and update the museum’s branding internally across departments and externally to the public
• Coordinate all communications activities including management of the email marketing database, print and digital advertising, and promote all events and programs, including concerts, fundraisers, and exhibit related events.
• Serve as point-of-contact for press, manage all press releases, coordinate press events, and respond to press inquiries, requests for interviews, and filming.
• Create meaningful social media content for the museum’s official social media platforms and maintain a robust content calendar
• Maintain and update museum’s website
• Facilitate the creation, design and distribution of print and digital communications including the newsletter, invitations, and brochures, and exhibition graphics
• Develop and edit video content for the museum’s education programs and social media accounts
• Support colleagues by providing back-up assistance, as needed with specific focus in areas related to membership, programming, fundraising, and patron relations.

Job Requirements:
Bachelor’s degree in Business, Journalism, Communications, Public Relations, English, or related field. One to two years’ experience working with a cultural institution or a non-profit.

Knowledge and Skills:
• Experience coordinating public relations and communications plans.
• Fully versed in all aspects of social media and familiarity with content management systems such as Hootsuite
• Ability to prioritize, multi-task efficiently and respond to a high volume of ongoing requests in a timely fashion.
• Adaptable and flexible in a dynamic work environment with the ability to collaborate with colleagues and staff to achieve results.
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Adobe Creative Suite, WordPress required. Familiarity with other software including CRMs, Canva, PastPerfect, Hootsuite a plus.

Equal Opportunity Employer:
The Museum of Early Trades & Crafts is dedicated to the principles of equal employment opportunity in any term, condition, or privilege of employment. We do not discriminate against applicants or employees based on age, race, sex, religion, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, or any other reason.

How to Apply:
Interested candidates may apply by sending a cover letter, resume, qualifications, and references to: info@metc.org with “Communications Coordinator 2022” in the subject field.

Only qualified candidates will be considered. The position is available immediately

Peapack & Gladstone - Administrative Assistant

The Borough of Peapack and Gladstone is accepting resumes for the position of Administrative Assistant for Administrator/Clerk’s Office.

Looking for an individual that is self-motivated with excellent communication, organizational and computer skills. This position will be supporting the Borough Clerk/Administrator and management of the Borough website. Successful candidate must be detailed-oriented and possess excellent customer service and written and oral communication skills. Knowledge of website management, MSI Financial software and SDL are a plus. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel a must. Submit employment application found at www.peapackgladstone.org with cover letter and resume to Nancy A. Bretzger, Borough Clerk/Administrator at nbretzger@peapackgladstone.org.

Deadline is February 12, 2023. The Borough reserves the right to conduct interviews prior to February 12, 2023, as qualified candidates are identified. Borough of Peapack and Gladstone is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

NJ Battle Zones

NJ Battle Zones is looking for Party Coordinators

Main Responsibilities: Checking in guests, working party room, serving guests pizza and cake, cleaning up afterwards.

We want to make sure overall our guests have a pleasant experience with their family and friends.

Pay: $13 an hour plus tips.

Fridays evenings and/or Saturday evenings are needed.

Opportunity to become team leader if desired.

Email info@njbattlezones.com

The Chocolate Shoppe

The Chocolate Shoppe in Long Valley is hiring!

We need someone with some WEEKDAY afternoon availability, as well as Saturdays (can be alternating), between 10 and 4 (Thursdays until 6).

We want to add someone who fits our staff, is energetic, friendly with customers, personable, and mature.

Please email us at info@chocolateNJ.com

Beenie's Ice Cream

Beenie’s Ice Cream is hiring! Applicants must be friendly, reliable, work efficiently, and have the ability to multitask. A positive work attitude is a must! Starting pay including tips averages $18-$22/hr. Age 16 or older. If interested, please email info@beeniesicecream.com, or you can go straight to application via our website: www.beeniesicecream.com/joinourteam

Washington House Restaurant

The Washington House Restaurant is seeking HOSTS for all shifts. Long-term, immediate hires being made. Please contact Sam at gm@washingtonhouserestaurant.com with interest and availability. Competitive pay and terrific work environment.

The Piano Workshop at Chester

Looking to hire an enthusiastic and energetic piano teacher to join our team in Chester!

Become part of the Piano Workshop community where students participate in ensembles, duets, trios, Piano Guild, MEA, Carnegie Hall performance opportunities, musical numbers and more!! If you want to take your teaching beyond just the lesson book, come to piano workshop and let your pedagogical creativity flourish!

Must be AWESOME with younger students, able to communicate well with parents. Great opportunity to build a student base for 1-3 afternoons a week. We have an amazing school of students and young musicians ready to reach their musical potential.

Please send email to mark@thepianoworkshopatchester.com or call 908-955-3022

Haven - Gladstone: Assistant Teacher

Job Title(s): Assistant Teacher
Reports To: Child Development Director
Location: Gladstone, New Jersey

Summary of Position(s):
Haven Gladstone is looking for nurturing childcare professionals to lead our exciting play based Child Development Program which is focused on enriching the day to day lives of children from 6 weeks to 5 years of age. We are currently hiring both part time and full time roles.

A full time Assistant Teacher within our program will be responsible for caregiving, assisting in developmental observations, implementation of age appropriate/individually suited curriculum and facilitating a nurturing and supportive relationship with our community of parents. Our program aligns with New Jersey Birth to Three Early Learning Standards and New Jersey Preschool Teaching and Learning Standards and is enhanced by our focus on play based learning.

Our goal at Haven Gladstone is to positively enhance our community of our families’ lives the second they walk through our doors. If you are a loving, nurturing and compassionate person who has a deep interest in enriching the lives of our next generation during their critically important first five years of life, you will be a great fit for our team.

Minimum Job Qualifications:
Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education or working towards a degree
Two + years of experience working with children
Successful completion of all State Required Health and Background screenings
Working knowledge of personal computers with experience in the use of Word, Excel and Outlook
Able to work in collaboration with classroom team
Ability to demonstrate flexibility on the job
Demonstrate initiative, is conscientious and provides complete follow-through on areas of responsibility
Other duties as assigned

Preferred Job Qualifications:
Successful completion of PRAXIS Early Childhood Exam.
Associate’s Degree in Child Development/Early Childhood Education

We pride ourselves on providing a great work environment for all our teachers and staff.
Full time employees are eligible for benefits such as:
Paid Time Off including Vacation, Sick and Personal Time
Paid Holidays
Paid Training Hours
Financial Support for Continuing Education
Monthly Budget for Your Classroom Needs and Supplies
Medical and Dental Plan Access (50% paid by the company)
Room for Growth within the Company
Access to use our fitness, and coworking facilities

Essential Job Functions:
The responsibilities of this position will include, but will not be limited to the following:

Early Childhood Programming:
Ensures the safety of the children within the inside and outside environments at all times.
Establish partnerships with families that are respectful of individual differences, family styles and cultural/socio-economic diversity.
Follow all DCF regulations and center policies
Assist in implementing a developmentally appropriate program in accordance with the policies and philosophy of Haven Gladstone and the curriculum objectives.
Assist in conducting regular developmental screenings of each child using the tools provided.
Assist the Group Teacher in creating an instructional plan that meets the needs of each child using the screening results, anecdotal observations, children’s individual interests and style of learning, as needed.
Observe children on a regular basis and record observations.
Receive guidance and direction from Head and Group Teachers with an open mind
Positively impact the lives of children and families every day.
Assist in the execution of the curriculum that aligns with the NJ Birth to Three Early Learning Standards and NJ Preschool Teaching and Learning Standards
Preparing, serving and cleaning up snacks and parent provided meals
Changing Diapers (ability dependent)
Bending, kneeling, lifting and sitting on the floor
Appropriately interacting with children throughout the day
Maintaining cleanliness in the classroom space
Filling out daily reports and other documentation
Assist in following through with daily lesson plans
Attending monthly staff meetings
Creating a yearly professional development plan and annually completing 20 hours of professional development

Interactions with Children:
Communicate with children and families in a positive manner helping to bolster their confidence
Treat each child with dignity and respect, helping bolster their confidence as they learn to navigate into their ever expanding world.
Nurture children as they develop into responsible integral members of the group and community
Be approachable and accessible in order for children to become actively engaged in problem solving in the environment
Utilize developmentally appropriate guidance practices for all ages

Interactions with Parents:
Establish regular communication with parents
Always remember that a parent’s day likely started well before they arrive at our doorstep, patience and grace are key ingredients to trusting relationships within our community
Create an environment that embraces open communication with families

Interactions with Staff:
Attend and participate in all staff meetings
Attend In-Service training and workshops
Be courteous and respectful of peers
Direct issues to the appropriate persons in a timely mannerPhysical Requirements
Able to observe and respond to children’s needs, emergencies and/or conflicts that might occur during the day.
Able to supervise children outside being out in the sun, snow and changing temperatures.
Able to lift up to 40 pounds from the floor to waist high table.
Able to push a cart/buggy/stroller weighing up to 100 pounds for up to 3 miles.
Able to walk or run as the job dictates.
Able to kneel down to children’s eye level.
Able to sit on the floor to work with children.
Able to react to a child that is up to 30 feet away within 30 seconds.
Able to carry a child up to 40 pounds, up to 100 feet.
Able to respond to children’s first aid needs (inside or outside) which may include cuts, bruises, blood/body fluids.
Extremely patient and able to deal effectively with the stress involved in working daily with children, staff and parents.

Employee Conduct:
It is the responsibility of every employee to contribute to a positive work environment through cooperation and professional interactions with co-workers, customers and vendors. Employees are all expected to wear attire which is appropriate for a business environment.

Our business has a zero-tolerance policy for any negative actions or interactions which involve racist, homophobic, transphobic or otherwise offensive behaviors. This is an equal opportunity environment in which all sentient beings are treated with equal respect and love by all who enter our premises.

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Pay: $15.00 – $17.00 per hour based on experience

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