August 1 — The United Way of the Lowcountry is currently seeking a Director of Finance & Operations.
Job Title: Director of Finance and Operations
Reports to: President / CEO
Status: Exempt, Full-Time
This position is responsible for the financial management and safeguarding of the assets of the
organization. Primary areas of activity include accounting, cash management, financial
planning, budgeting, treasury, audit, insurance, compliance, external reporting, interaction with
volunteers, donors, agencies, other United Ways, the Finance Committee, Audit Committee,
Endowment Committees, various ad-hoc committees. This position is also responsible for filing
reports for all federal grants.
The Director of Finance and Operations will also be responsible for Human Resource
management for the organization. This includes, but is not limited to, onboarding new staff,
implementing policy, staffing, training & development, payroll, benefits administration, and
operations management in support of financial and human resources needs of the organization.
Must be able to work a flexible schedule with the possibility of occasional early morning,
evening, and weekend work. The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an
employee. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to
perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job the employee is regularly
required to sit, talk, and/or hear. Continual use of the hands with wrist and finger movement
using a keyboard is required. Specific vision abilities required by this job include long hours
viewing a computer monitor screen and occasionally lifting up to 25 pounds.
For a complete listing of Responsibilities and Requirements, please visit https://uwlowcountry.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/07/Director-of-Finance-and-Operations-2023.pdf
July 27 — The City of Beaufort Police Department is hiring an Administrative Assistant II- Part-Time
Under regular supervision, performs a variety of routine to moderately complex clerical and secretarial duties to support the Beaufort Police Department’s daily operations. Communicates and prepares documents, reports, and other information for members of the Police Department, Beaufort City Municipal Court, Solicitor’s Office, Attorney’s Offices, Businesses, and the public, etc. The position reports to the Office Manager.
Please visit the following link for more information and to access the online job application: https://beaufortemployees.munisselfservice.com//EmploymentOpportunities/JobDetail.aspx?req=31&sreq=2&form=GEN&desc=ADMINISTRATIVE%20ASSISTANT%20II-%20PART%20TIME
May 18 —
Have you wanted to work with us at Reconstruction Era National Historical Park? Well, we’ve got several positions open both working directly for the park and through partner internship programs.
If you’re interested in working with our facilities division helping to keep the park clean and operational – check out https://www.usajobs.gov/job/724077400 (please note this position closes at midnight on 5/19, or when 100 applications are recieved).
If you’re interested in working with our resource management division as a park historian, check out https://www.usajobs.gov/job/725989100
Within our Division of Interpretation (that’s the public-facing side of the park operation doing tours, programs, volunteer work, etc..) we’re currently advertising two internship type positions:
1. This Friday, May 19, is the last day to submit an application to work with the park through the Teacher-Ranger-Teacher internship program. For information, visit: https://www.nps.gov/reer/learn/education/education.htm
2. We’re also accepting applications for a Community Volunteer Ambassador. This is a paid 50-week internship position through Conservation Legacy where you’ll work with the park to help us build collaborative programs and opportunities with some of our local community partners such as Penn Center, USCB, and the Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor. For application information visit https://www.cvainternships.org/southeastregion
May 15 —
The City of Beaufort is currently hiring for several career positions.
Positions include Police Officer, Firefighter Recruit, Certified EMT, Planner, Downtown Manager/Events Coordinator, Senior Planner and Assistant City Manager. For more information on these positions and to apply, visit here.
March 30 —
The Beaufort County School District is soliciting qualifications in response to RFQ #23-018 Construction Project Estimator. Responses are due by 4:00 PM EST on April 6, 2023. Specifications of RFQ #23-018 may be obtained electronically at http://beaufortschools.net (click on “Community”, “ Working With The District”, “Bids & Awards”) or by contacting Kaylee Yinger at [email protected].
Bids from Minority and Women Business Enterprises are strongly encouraged.
March 30 —
Equipment operators are needed to help Jasper County maintain roads and drainage ditches, repair vehicles, and run motor graders, dozers, loaders, excavators, backhoes, tractors and other heavy equipment.
“We have so much happening across Jasper County as one of the state’s fastest-growing areas. We really need heavy equipment operators to join our team,” said Nicole Holt, Human Resources Director for Jasper County. Full-time positions include benefits such as health insurance, paid time off and retirement.
Pay is competitive and based on experience. Minimum qualifications are a high school diploma or GED and two- to three-years of experience is preferred. A valid commercial driver’s license from South Carolina may be required based on the vehicle being operated.
A full job description as well as other employment opportunities may be found at https://www.jaspercountysc.gov/ and click on Employment at the top.
March 2nd —
The Beaufort County School District is soliciting proposals in response to RFQ #23-013 Professional Design Services Campus Masterplan Update & New PK-5 Elementary. Responses are due by 4:00 PM EST on March 29, 2023. Specifications of RFQ #23-013 may be obtained electronically at http://beaufortschools.net (click on “Community”, “ Working With The District”, “Bids & Awards”) or by contacting Kaylee Yinger at [email protected].
Bids from Minority and Women Business Enterprises are strongly encouraged.
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
January 10th —
USDA Offers Contract Opportunities for Small Architectural and Engineering Firms
DEADLINE: February 13th, 2023
A new contract opportunity for small architectural and engineering (A&E) firms has been posted on the System for Award Management (SAM, www.SAM.gov) for your consideration. The United States Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) recently released eleven Requests for Qualifications (RFQs) for small A&E Firms to provide design, planning, and assessment services with an emphasis on watershed conservation.
In support of the Biden-Harris Administration’s efforts to foster equity and inclusion in the federal contracting space, we highly encourage all eligible minority A&E firms to apply. These contracts offer small businesses the opportunity to help us deliver our mission and implement vital conservation on the ground. NRCS welcomes minority engineering firms to compete for these opportunities. In support of Executive Order 13985: Advancing Racial Equity and Support to Underserved Communities, we are committed to removing any barriers to full and equal participation in agency procurement and contracting opportunities. Please do not let past experiences deter you from applying for this new opportunity.
This announcement is open only to small businesses. To be considered for an award, firms must be a small business as registered in the System for Award Management (SAM), and have at least one Professional Engineer and Professional Land Surveyor registered/licensed in each state of the region for which they are submitting. Limitations on subcontracting will apply as prescribed by FAR 52.219-14.
Responses are requested by February 13th, 2023.
The government anticipates an award of one single award task order contract (SATOC) for each of the 11 regions. Each award will have a total capacity of $20 million. The contract type will be indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity, firm fixed price over a term of one base year and two 2-year option periods. There will be no specific delivery order limit except that of the contract limit. The minimum guarantee is $2,500.00.
For questions and more information, please contact: [email protected], Contract Specialist