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Columbus Connects Career Services

Opportunities Exclusively for CCHS Alumni

Whether you are exploring a new career, looking for a professional network to join, or seeking an alumni business, Christopher Columbus High School is committed to helping you achieve your professional goals.

We are proud to introduce our new Alumni Career Services web page which features a number of resources and job opportunities exclusively for Columbus alumni.  It also offers essential information that alumni can use to succeed in today’s increasingly, hyper-competitive job market.  We encourage all our alumni to take advantage of this valuable resource. 

Help with Mentoring & Job Search
Considering a career change? Just getting started? Need help with your resume or a big interview? Mentoring services are available to assist with the next step in your career plans. The Columbus Connects Mentoring Program will partner you with a fellow Explorer with experience in your field of interest. Additionally, we have various part-time and full-time time job opportunities available for Explorers.  See the list below. We can also help young alumni looking for internship opportunities.

Explorers, this is a tool specifically FOR YOU that houses opportunities from employers looking to hire YOU!
 
Looking to Hire an Explorer?
Through this online tool, Columbus alumni can:
  • see part-time and full-time jobs opportunities
  • sign up for the Mentorship Program
  • update his contact information
  • stay connected with the overall Columbus Connects Program
A hallmark of the Columbus community is our commitment to help one another. Our dedicated alumni base of 15,000+ regularly gives their time and expertise to make a positive difference in the lives of fellow Explorers. For more information, contact our Alumni Director Barbara Branas at bbranas@columbushs.com.


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  • Accounting Manager

    Position Overview
    Under direct supervision of the Corporate Controller, the Manager coordinates all accounting operations and provides oversight of operational procedures. The Manager also will be responsible for the supervision and hands-on management of Asset Management, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and payroll. Hires and manages a staff of other accounting clerks and oversees that their work meets the organization’s standards. The Accounting Manager is responsible for all areas relating to financial reporting and for developing and maintaining accounting principles, practices, and procedures to ensure accurate and timely financial statements.

    Contact Person: 
    Jozenia Cruz
    SR Human Resources Manager
    SFM Services 
    jcruz@sfmservices.com
    Location: Miami, Florida
    Application Close Date: 5/31/21
    Essential Job Functions
    •    Oversees daily accounting activities.
    •    Work with each direct report to establish goals and objectives for each year and monitor and advice on the progress to enhance the professional development of staff. 
    •    Monitors and analyzes department work to develop more efficient procedures and use of resources while maintaining a high level of accuracy. 
    •    Ensure that accounts payable are paid in a timely manner.
    •    Ensure that all reasonable discounts are taken on accounts payable.
    •    Ensure that accounts receivable are billed and collected promptly.
    •    Supervise and oversee the work of the accounting clerks. 
    •    Ensure that periodic bank reconciliations are completed.
    •    Ensure that required debt payments are made on a timely basis.
    •    Maintain an orderly accounting filing system.
    •    Maintains an organized set of detailed records and files to document financial transactions.
    •    Comply with local, state, and federal government reporting requirements and tax filings.
    •    Resolves complex accounting issues or assists other personnel in resolving financial issues.
    •    Reviews general ledger on a monthly basis to ensure accuracy of posting.
    •    Guides other departments by researching and interpreting accounting policy; applying observations and recommendations to operational issues. 
    •    Maintain a system of controls over accounting transactions.
    •    Maintains financial security by enforcing the adherence of internal controls.
    •    Protects the organization's value by keeping information confidential.
    •    Establish and maintain relationships with individual or business customers or provide assistance with problems these customers may encounter.
    •    Confirms financial status by monitoring revenue and expenses; coordinating the collection, consolidation, and evaluation of financial data; preparing special reports.
    •    Advises staff regarding the handling of non-routine reporting transactions. 
    •    Collaborate to ensures all financial reporting deadlines are met accurately. 
    •    Provide training to new and existing staff as needed. 
    •    Obtain and maintain a thorough understanding of the financial reporting and general ledger structure. 
    •    Assist in the development and implementation of new procedures and features to enhance the workflow of the department. 
    •    Other duties as assigned.
    Job Requirements
    •    Bachelor's degree in Business with related accounting management experience
    •    6+ years of accounting-related experience, including 2-3 years of management experience
    •    Advanced computer skills on MS Office (Excel, PowerPoint), accounting software (NetSuite, QuickBooks), payroll processing systems, and databases
    •    Thorough knowledge of US GAAP
    •    Knowledge of tools like Teams, Skype, Zoom, Webex, GoToMeeting, Box, Dropbox, ShareFile
    •    Ability to manipulate large amounts of data
    •    Proven knowledge of bookkeeping and accounting principles, practices, standards, laws, and regulations
    •    High attention to detail and accuracy
    •    Ability to direct and supervise.
    •    Experience in service-oriented industries in commercial property management and construction
    •    Technology management acumen (networks, ERP systems, and software integration) is a plus
    •    High Volume a/r contract billing experience, project progress billing, and job cost accounting preferred
    •    Strong Oral speech, presentation, and writing skills preferred
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  • Accounts Payable

    Job Summary

    Under direct supervision of the Accounting Manager, the Accounts Payable Clerk is responsible for processing and preparing payments and check requests; matches vendor invoices to purchase order information and resolves discrepancies; approves and initiates payment to vendors and posts to the general ledger; responds to inquiries from department personnel and vendors; maintains auditable records.

    Contact Person: 
    Jozenia Cruz
    SR Human Resources Manager
    SFM Services 
    jcruz@sfmservices.com
    Location: Miami, Florida
    Application Close Date: 5/31/21
    CHARACTERISTIC JOB TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    May include any and/or all of the following:
    1.    Organizes incoming invoices and statements; receives information and other correspondence; logs expenditures; performs posting to ledger books; inputs and retrieves data in the Accounting software; processes invoices and verifies purchase orders and approvals. 
    2.    Codes and posts invoices; verifies vendor data; corrects payment and discount terms. 
    3.    Ensures that invoices are accurate and that proper accounting and purchasing procedures are followed for the payment of services.
    4.    Communicates verbally or in writing with vendors and Company personnel regarding missing documents, changed orders or pricing, account charges, missing approval signatures and procedures. 
    5.    Reconciles vendor statements; traces missing invoices and payments; compiles data for reports; composes and types letters to vendors and handles any inquiries they may have. 
    6.    Audits and verifies Expense Reports: verify that expenditures follow the Company policies
    7.    Maintains Accounts Payable Files; files year-end and sets up new year
    8.    Assists Accounting Manager with year-end information for 1099’s
    9.    Able to prepare and enter over 500 invoices per month
    10.    Able to prepare and process checks for multi companies on a bi-weekly basis and emergency checks
    11.    Reviews and verifies Petty Cash expenses and balances on a monthly basis
    12.    Once a week reviews Bank statement for non-check payments made on the internet, via telephone, and/or transfers that may need to be entered into the General Ledger
    13.    Reconciles weekly Accounts Payable report against original outstanding invoices posted and not paid, corrects and clears any discrepancies that may exist
    14.    Makes copies of any assets purchased or sold and gives to Accounting Manager
    15.    Maintains file of all live checks from Client payments securely and shreds 
    16.    Produces all A/P Reports for Management
    17.    Prepares Accounts Payable report for Accounting Manager’s review on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Once the Manager releases invoices for payment prepares checks on Wednesdays and Friday’s for president signature.
    Job Requirements
    •    Prior experience in accounting preferred
    •    AA in Business, Accounting or related preferred
    •    Computer skills in MS Office and Excel required.
    •    High level of attention to details, organization, and accuracy 
    • Problem-solving skills, ability to work under pressure
    •    Willingness to assume additional responsibilities as needed
    •    Ability to maintain confidentiality
    •    Problem Solving/Analysis.
    •    Customer/Client Focus.
    •    Results Driven.
    •    Flexibility
    •    Self Motivated and driven
    •    Team Player
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  • Ballistic Test Lab Technician

    Applied Fiber Concepts is currently seeking an individual to fill its Ballistic Test Lab Technician role.  The ideal candidate should have some experience with firearms and/or ammunition, but this is not a requirement as actual personal firearms are NOT used in this role, and extensive training is provided.  All ballistic testing is done in a very controlled scientific environment with safe and secure protocols and equipment that is permanently fixed to the ground and specifically designed for testing.  Responsibilities include preparing test samples which will eventually involve actually producing samples but initially must have the ability to communicate with production personnel instructing them to produce proper samples.  Must learn how to use and maintain all instruments and fixtures in the test lab, including but not limited to clay test blocks, chronographs, universal receivers, test barrels of all calibers, manual bullet loader, calipers, scales, thermometers, crane.  Education in the following areas would be advantageous:  statistics, spreadsheets, math, weights and measures, conversions among weights and measures, industrial or manufacturing engineering, textile or polymer engineering, physics.  Must be a self-starter that is willing to learn new things such as actually learning how to cut and sew the test samples, learning to design armor composites, learning differences in materials and how they react to various threats, learning to run an autoclave that produces hard armor composites.  This could be considered an entry-level position, but with unlimited potential, if the ambition to grow with the organization is evident.  Starting salary would be commensurate with experience and knowledge level.  Bilingual English/Spanish a plus.

    Contact Person:
    Alex F. Cejas
    President/CEO
    AFC@appliedfiberconcepts.com
    Location: Miami, Florida
    Application Close Date: 5/31/21
  • Business Development for Insurance & Securities Agency

    Oakley Financial Services' aim is to help individuals and businesses to achieve their financial goals. Our approach is straightforward. You tell us about your current situation and about your financial objectives and when you want to achieve them. We develop a practical plan designed to help you meet those objectives. We’ll discuss the plan with you and agree on the course of action you want to take. Whilst the final decisions are of course yours, we’re here to help and guide you with jargon-free advice both now and in the future.

    Contact Person:
    John W. Oakley CLU 
    JOAKLEY@LIVE.COM
    Location: Tampa Bay, FL. 
    Application Close Date: 5/31/21
    • Analyze current and past financial data, such as sales reports, and provide strategies to cut costs and increase revenue.
    • Perform market research to identify new opportunities and engage with executives to establish strategies for pursuing those new opportunities.
    • Create and improve proposals for our existing and new clients.
    • Prepare the company budget and continually track expenses, as well as make sure we're on track to hit revenue targets.
    • Provide training and mentoring to members of the business development team.
    • Develop and deliver pitches for potential investors.
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  • CHB Traffic Coordinator

    A Customs Brokerage (ACB) has been the premier family-owned global transportation, warehousing, customs brokerage, and logistics solution for businesses worldwide for over 40 years. We are recognized by our clients and the Logistics/Supply Chain industry by providing concierge-level service to our clients for all their cargo needs. 

    ACB was named a South Florida Top Workplaces for 2020 because we believe in a culture of continuous training and development, collaboration amongst teams, and loving what you do every single day. For more information, please visit our website: www.acb-us.com and follow #yourcargoconcierge.

    Contact Person:
    Lorie Mendez
    Human Resources Manager 
    lorie@acb-us.com
    Location: Miami, Florida 
    Application Close Date: 4/30/21
    Essential Job Functions
    •    Ensure all shipments have been fully released prior to dispatching 
    •    Resolve and troubleshoot discrepancies 
    •    Payment of fees: terminals, exam fees, freight charges
    •    Communicate release information timely to internal and external parties 
    •    Coordinate dispatching and deliveries including checking shipment availability, preparing delivery orders, bookings with trucking companies, monitoring shipment pickups, deliveries, timely update of all mandatory tracking events per global and customer SOPs, ensure empty containers are returned to port
    •    Identify all billable services related to exams, deliveries, storage, detention, demurrage and update billing documentation and or systems
    •    Develop strong relationship with internal/external customers and understand ACB’s expectations on all customer service and performance issues to ensure the delivery of a consistently high-quality product 
    •    Follow-up with internal and external parties to resolve inquiries/service issues
    •    Customer liaison providing shipment status, follow-up, and answering operational-related questions. 
    •    Liaise with service providers, customs, carriers, trucking companies, and others as required 
    •    Interface with peers, colleagues, supervisors, and management 
    •    Ability to think outside of the box and offer effective solutions 
    •    Proactively identify potential issues and work to resolve them quickly
    •    Contribute to team effort by assisting other team members in accomplishing individual and company goals.

    Our ideal candidate:
    •    1-3 years experience in the international freight industry. 
    •    High-school diploma, GED, or equivalent required 
    •    Ability to manage pressure and meet strict deadlines
    •    Ability to multitask 
    •    Good planning and organizational skills. 
    •    Excellent customer service skills (internal and external). 
    •    Excellent communications skills, both written and oral.
    •    Attend to high volume incoming phone calls & emails, extensive follow-up, and perform multiple tasks simultaneously.  
    •    Strong computer skills. 
    •    Team player 
    •    Must be detail-oriented and accurate when processing documentation 
    •    Proactive, positive, enthusiastic and self-driven 
    •    Effective problem solving and critical thinking skills (proactive and reactive)
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  • Laboratory Technician

    ATA Aerospace, a Joint Venture of ATA and ASRC Federal Aerospace Services (AFAS), is currently seeking applicants for a Lab Technician to support various projects at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Greenbelt, MD. The ideal candidate shall demonstrate through current and past job performance the ability to work with tools and lab equipment.



    Contact Person:
    Andrew Todd Colangelo
    andrew.t.colangelo@nasa.gov
    Location: Greenbelt, MD
    Application Close Date: 5/31/21
    The candidate must possess the following skills:
    • ability to work with small tools and components
    • self-starter and independent worker
    • ability to take direction and learn quickly
    • 1-5 years of work experience in a laboratory
      environment
    • a basic knowledge of standard test methods, data
      analysis, and operation of analytical instruments
    • understanding of standard computer spreadsheets, word
      processing, and presentation software packages
    • excellent written and communication skills
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  • Mechanical Engineer

    In this position, ATA Aerospace is seeking to hire an engineer to serve as a Mechanical Engineers for a major flight project at the NASA GSFC. Provide mechanical engineering support to the NASA GSFC Mechanical Engineering Branch and for the spacecraft for a major satellite spaceflight mission. This will be to support a GSFC in-house spacecraft bus in which GSFC is responsible for the design, manufacturing, and integration & test. The engineer is needed to support the spacecraft solar arrays subsystem for the spacecraft and observatory. Engineering duties will include, but not be limited to, performing concept trades, concept design, and detailed design of spaceflight mechanical systems and their components. The engineer will also provide flight fabrication, assembly, and testing services, including the potential development of engineering test units (ETUs). The engineer must have experience in the selection, design and integration & test of mechanical systems, preferably in the aerospace industry.

    Contact Person:
    Andrew Todd Colangelo
    andrew.t.colangelo@nasa.gov
    Location: Greenbelt, MD
    Application Close Date: 5/24/21
    • Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited institution in Aeronautical, Mechanical, or Electrical Engineering, or equivalent.
    • 5-10 years or greater of relevant work experience in mechanical engineering working with systems, subsystems, and components.
    • Design experience is required.
    • Experience designing space flight hardware/systems or equivalent harsh environments is required.
    • Strong analysis and CAD skills are required. Experience with Pro-Engineer/Creo and Windchill is required.
    • Flight and non-flight drawing experience and GD&T training are required.
    • Experience in the assembly and integration & test is strongly preferred.
    • Experience working in the aerospace industry, DoD or NASA spacecraft, or in-house payload/instrument design, assembly, integration, and test programs is preferred.
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  • Medical Screeners

    Scrivas, LLC is a healthcare staffing company that provides different services to Baptist, Cleveland Clinic, Boca Care, and Nicklaus Children’s that has staffing needs for onsite healthcare screeners at multiple Baptist sites. This opportunity to get basic work experience in a healthcare setting can expose you to new opportunities in the future.

    Contract Person:
    Christos Zaharas
    czaharas@scrivas.com
    Location: Miami, FL.
    Application Close Date: 5/31/21
  • Recruitment and Retention Assistant Manager

    SFM is well established and essential company, in the servicing industry, with nearly 50 years of experience. Our Recruitment and Retention Assistant Manager will be a key member in ensuring we are staffed appropriately while assisting in recruitment & retention strategies to fill and maintain positions. We are looking for a motivated HR professional who has the ability to work to attain goals and meet deadlines, without being micromanaged. We empower our HR team to learn, grow, and challenge themselves to help us become the best in the industry.
    How You Will be Successful:
    •    Inspire our candidates through developing relationships and maintain a consistent pipeline of candidates ready to join our team when opportunities become available.
    •    Resource candidates through a variety of recruitment methods such as networking, LinkedIn, use of social media, employee referrals, military recruiting, and job fairs to ensure we find the most qualified candidates who will bring a positive attitude to our team.
    •    Pre-qualify candidates through effective phone screens and face-to-face interviews to ensure only the most qualified and willing candidates are referred to the branch managers for consideration.
    •    Constantly build and maintain a pipeline of candidates on a pro-active basis by utilizing your proven experience and the latest recruiting strategies to meet the specific hiring needs of your designated region.
    •    Lead our recruitment team to satisfy our vacancies and focus on retention strategies
    •    You will build strong relationships with our managers in order to ensure that the most qualified candidates are hired to have the right people, in the right place, at the right time. These relationships will also be developed in order to gain a clear understanding of their staffing goals so that effective recruiting methods will be implemented for each branch.
    •    Lead our recruitment update meetings and ensure all items are actioned upon in a timely matter
    •    Implement new ideas and analytically manage the success. Measured results should be shared with leadership on a weekly basis.
    •    Actively recruit externally by serving as our field recruiter; posting flyers, visiting accounts, implementing/managing our business to an employer referral program
    •    Update our social content for applicants and future recruits to be engaged

    Contact Person: 
    Jozenia Cruz
    SR Human Resources Manager
    jcruz@sfmservices.com
    Location: Miami, Florida
    Application Close Date: 5/31/21
    Qualifications
    Desired Skills for Success:
    Years of Related Professional Experience: 2+ years
    Preferred:
    •    A Bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management or related field and a minimum of two years direct recruitment experience or an equivalent combination of experience and training that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities
    •    2 years of experience with ATS and HRIS systems
    •    Experience with blue-collar workforce (minimum wage workforce)
    •    Experience working in the service industry
    Required:
    •    Bilingual (English/ Spanish)
    •    Excellent written and verbal communication skills
    •    Excellent organization skills
    •    Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
    •    Proactive attitude that shows anticipatory demeanor
    •    Reliable transportation
    •    Schedule flexibility - While our office hours are 8 am-5 pm, we may require different hours to be covered, in advance.
    •    Strong Analyst skillset
    •    Strong technical skills (Microsoft Office Suite 365)
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  • Senior Project Staff Engineer

    ATA Aerospace is currently seeking a Sr. Project Staff Engineer to join our team supporting the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC) in Greenbelt, MD. ATA Aerospace is looking for candidates to work on engineering services contracts that directly support the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (GSFC).

    Click here to view a full list of duties 

    Contact Person:
    Andrew Todd Colangelo
    andrew.t.colangelo@nasa.gov
    Location: Greenbelt, MD
    Application Close Date: 4/30/21
    Bachelor of Science degree from an accredited institution engineering, mathematics, or physical science.
    • 15 years or greater of relevant work experience in the aerospace industry with specific demonstrated technical expertise in relevant analytical areas such as structures, thermal, or electromechanical systems.
    • Significant prior experience with the Mars missions is highly desired.
    • Technical team leadership experience and spacecraft project review experience is required.
    • Work is performed primarily in an office environment.
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  • Service Technician

    East Continental Supplies is a full-service paper and janitorial supply company that provides innovative technologies that increase productivity and drive down the cost to clean. Every team member is fully committed to analyzing ways to create cost savings opportunities. We have built our business on the foundation of providing products that meet our customer’s needs and wants training that provides efficiencies in our customer’s staff activities, and equipment that facilitates and maximizes staff results. Our goal is to develop a long-lasting relationship with our customers based on trust, dependability, and convenience. Our dedicated team members truly listen and respond to the needs and desires of our customers.

    Contact Person:
    Cari Martin 
    Human Resource Manager 
    Cari.m@ecsupplies.com 
    Location: Hialeah, Florida 
    Application Close Date: 5/31/2021 


    Job Description: Service Technician 
    •    Technician professions will ensure machine operators are safe at work by completing the following duties.
    •    Perform all aspects of regular service, maintenance, and minor/major repair work on Commercial and Industrial Floor Cleaning Machines. 
    •    Knowledge of mechanical skills pertaining to Combustion engines, Hydraulic systems, maintaining electrical systems, and checking for structural problems.
    •    Operate, inspect, troubleshoot, and diagnose issues on equipment as they occur. 
    •    Remove and replace electric motors, bearings, brushes, switches, relays, power modules, etc.…
    •    Recording work orders on each unit work is performed with estimated times and necessary materials and supplies to complete suggested repair/maintenance.
    •    Assist with installation and modification of building equipment systems
    •    Assist with troubleshooting and repairs of buildings and installed systems to include plumbing systems, kitchen equipment, roofs, drains, shop, and HVAC. 
    •    Maintain Lighting systems throughout the facility by replacing bulbs and lamps
    •    Comply with all codes, regulations, governmental agency, and company directives related to building operations and work safety.
    •    Maintain and perform minor repairs on Fleet Vehicles.
    Requirements:
    •    Communication thoroughly and Promptly with Service Manager
    •    Understands and carries out instructions given orally and in writing
    •    Ability to prioritize and plan the workday/week
    •    Ability to work independently and without constant supervision
    •    Detailed oriented
    •    Be able to realize when equipment is not up to manufacturer safety standards and specifications
    •    Maintain a professional and respectful relationship with internal and external customers. 
    •    Establish teambuilding relationships to be able to accomplish work with other technicians.
    •    High School Diploma / GED
    •    Operate a Motor Vehicle
    •    Experience 3 Years minimum 
    •    Stooping – frequent
    •    Kneeling – frequent
    •    Reaching – constant 
    •    Carrying – occasional up to 50 lbs.
    •    Pushing – occasional 
    •    Pulling – occasional 
    •    Sitting- occasional 
    •    Standing – frequent
    •    Walking – frequent
    •    Lifting – occasional up to 50 lbs. 
    •    Grasping – constant 
    •    Repetitive motion – occasional 
    •    Talking – frequent
    •    Hearing – constant
    •    Seeing – constant 
      Full time
      Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm
      Nonexempt
  • Warehouse Picker

    East Continental Supplies is a full-service paper and janitorial supply company that provides innovative technologies that increase productivity and drive down the cost to clean. Every team member is fully committed to analyzing ways to create cost savings opportunities. We have built our business on the foundation of providing products that meet our customer’s needs and wants training that provides efficiencies in our customer’s staff activities, and equipment that facilitates and maximizes staff results. Our goal is to develop a long-lasting relationship with our customers based on trust, dependability, and convenience. Our dedicated team members truly listen and respond to the needs and desires of our customers.

    Position Overview – Warehouse Picker 
    Complete shipments by processing and loading orders. Assist in the maintenance of Warehouse inventory, organization, the accuracy of inventory, receiving, customer pickups, and cleanliness. 

    Contact Person:
    Cari Martin 
    Human Resource Manager 
    Cari.m@ecsupplies.com 
    Location: Hialeah, Florida 
    Application Close Date: 5/31/2021 
     
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    The essential functions include, but are not limited to the following:

    •    Perform any other job task given by management aside from the normal required of the Warehouse Representative requirement.
    •    Prepares orders by processing requests and supply orders; pulling materials; packing boxes; placing orders in the delivery area.
    •    Maintains quality service by following organization standards.
    •    Maintains a safe and clean work environment by keeping shelves, pallet area, and workstations neat; maintaining a clean shipping supply area; complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
    •    Completes sales orders by entering the required information.
    •    Completes deliveries by driving truck or van to and from vendors. (If needed on emergency)
    •    Maintains truck or van by completing preventive maintenance requirements, arranging for repairs.
    •    Maintains inventory controls by collecting stock location orders and printing requests.
    •    Assist with receiving and customer pick up when necessary.
    •    Responsible for the Aisle assigned to assure dust is removed as much as possible from boxes rotate the inventory on chemicals with an expiration date, inform purchasing of the inventory. 
    •    Must verify that locations of products on sales orders are accurate- if not, write down the correct product location. 
    •    Must keep boxes closed and all items consolidated- all same products placed together. 
    •    Assist staff members when needed regarding product inventory. 
    •    When restocking, products must be rotated so that products are pulled on a first-come. First serviced basis especially the inventory on the chemicals with an expiration date. 
    •    Must assist purchasing by advising them when inventory is low so that inventory levels are properly maintained. 
    •    Remove boxes that are damaged from the everyday inventory to the quarantine area. 
    •    Make sure orders are accurate and all palletized products are dust-free and in good conditions.
  • Warehouse Stock Clerk

    East Continental Supplies is a full-service paper and janitorial supply company that provides innovative technologies that increase productivity and drive down the cost to clean. Every team member is fully committed to analyzing ways to create cost savings opportunities. We have built our business on the foundation of providing products that meet our customer’s needs and wants training that provides efficiencies in our customer’s staff activities, and equipment that facilitates and maximizes staff results. Our goal is to develop a long-lasting relationship with our customers based on trust, dependability, and convenience. Our dedicated team members truly listen and respond to the needs and desires of our customers.

    Position Overview – Warehouse Stock Clerk 
    Receiving, unpacking, checking, storing, and delivering merchandise for customer use are the main responsibilities of warehouse stock clerks. This includes keeping a well-maintained record of all items that enter or leave the warehouse, including goods that are damaged in transportation. Often, the duty of bringing products to the sales floor and stocking these shelves falls under the accountability of warehouse stock clerks. Often working side-by-side with managers and purchasers, a warehouse stock clerk ensures that all materials are organized and marked using automation to ensure that items can be located with ease on a store shelf waiting for the next customer.

    Contact Person:
    Cari Martin 
    Human Resource Manager 
    Cari.m@ecsupplies.com 
    Location: Hialeah, Florida 
    Application Close Date: 5/31/2021 
     
    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
    The essential functions include, but are not limited to the following:
    •    Taking inventory to identify the products or merchandise that need to be replenished on the floor.
    •    Receiving products accurately making sure they are counted, and any damages are returned and notified to the Inventory or Purchasing Manager. 
    •    Make sure all bin counts are done correctly on the wireless gun. 
    •    Make sure all stock is placed in the correct bin and transfers are done correctly. 
    •    All damaged products must be moved to the allocated damaged area. 
    •    When stocking makes sure all bulk is on the top rack and the rest below. Make sure all rack is stock with enough inventory for the day-to-day. 
    •    Cleaning shelves, aisles, and display cases.
    •    Ensuring that the correct shipments are received by comparing invoices with the delivered products.
    •    Performing merchandising activities such as setting up displays and advertising signs.
    •    Make sure to always rotate stock.
    •    Logging all Bin location changes if a product is moved from the current location. 
    •    Assist with projection by counting inventory. 
    •    Assist with the daily route. 

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    Ms. Barbara Branas 

    Alumni Director
    ext. 2242
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Alumni Professional Groups

CLAS-Columbus Lawyers Alumni Society
Contact is Hugo Alvarez '91, halvarez@beckerlawyers.com

CAFÉ-Columbus Accounting & Finance Executives
Contact is Nelson Hernandez '03, nelhern@gmail.com

CBA-Columbus Builders Association
Contact is Christopher Utrera '03, cutrera@haber.law
 
RJ Sanchez de Varona '81, rj@mecdevelopment.us
 
JOBi Talent Group (Job Search/Resume Support)
Joakinn Sola, jsola@jobitalentgroup.com
786-247-0729
Bimal Desai, bdesai@jobitalentgroup.com
786-395-8881

RX Global Consulting (Career Coaching)
Robert Garcia, garciarxhr@gmail.com
786-200-7701
Christopher Columbus High School | 3000 SW 87 Avenue | Miami, FL 33165 | (305) 223-5650
Christopher Columbus High School is a private, Roman Catholic, college-preparatory high school, conducted by the Marist Brothers of the Schools. We aim to make Jesus Christ known and loved, as we prepare young men for higher education and for their continuous challenge of harmonizing faith, culture and life. We foster a family spirit among all who are committed to the success of the school and promote opportunities to work together as a community of learners. 

Columbus is fully accredited by Cognia and is a member of the Marist Association of Secondary schools, the National Catholic Education Association and the Independent Schools of South Florida.