If you’re looking for a new job, there are some great opportunities this week with Shuman Produce in Reidsville, GA and in Florida with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
Shuman Produce, which markets Vidalia and Peruvian sweet onions and sweet potatoes year-round under its ‘RealSweet’ label and is one of the largest players in the deal, is looking for a marketing director.
Successful applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree in related field. He or she will be detail- and goal-oriented and possess general marketing skills (content writing, social media monitoring, trade show coordination, budget management, etc.) Successful applicant must be proficient with Microsoft Office (graphic design and basic HTML knowledge a plus). Successful applicant must possess excellent communication and time management skills and be able to function well in fast-paced atmosphere.
Salary and benefits commensurate with experience. Please submit résumé to:
Shuman Produce Inc.
PO Box 550
Reidsville, GA 30453
Or submit by email to email@example.com
Meanwhile, FEMA is hiring Florida residents to assist in the disaster recovery effort in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
Those who wish to apply should email their resumes to FEMA-Workforce-FL@fema.dhs.gov
Positions needed and expanded job descriptions are listed and updated at careers.fema.gov/hurricane-
Paid, temporary positions include: Customer Service Specialists, Information Technology Specialists, Logistics Specialists, Translators and Interpreters in either Haitian Creole or Spanish, Historic Preservation Specialist and Environmental/Floodplain Specialist.
It is the policy of FEMA to provide equal opportunity to all employees and applicants in every aspect of their employment and working conditions. FEMA supports the concept of affirmative employment to ensure that personnel policies and practices provide equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, genetic information, or retaliation/reprisal.
Those hired will join the recovery team already in place, which is composed of local and federal workers, voluntary agencies, and community organizations. Through temporary local employees, FEMA gains valuable community insights, provides jobs, and allows Floridians to be on the front lines working to rebuild their community.