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Member Services Officer-Teller CA

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Member Services Officer-Teller CA

Currently there are openings available in multiple locations, including:
• Lompoc, CA
• Santa Maria, CA
• San Luis Obispo, CA
• Vandenberg Village/Lompoc, CA (Call Center)
• Arroyo Grande, CA

The primary purpose of this job (Member Services Officer-Teller CA) is to assist the Credit Union to achieve its mission to make a difference in our neighbors’ lives.  This is accomplished by providing outstanding service to both internal and external members. An important element of this outstanding service is identifying the financial needs of the member and effectively suggesting solutions that will improve the member’s financial life.  Additionally, the Member Services Officer (Teller) performs a wide variety of member transactions and duties while providing friendly, accurate, responsive service to our members.

As Member Services Officer, some of your responsibilities will be to:
Performs basic teller transactions, such as but not limited to deposits, withdrawals, transfers, loan payments
Prepares authorized account changes
Processes money orders, traveler’s checks and other services
Explains, promotes and cross sells Credit Union services, products, programs and investment opportunities
Resolves errors, member problems and/or complaints in a timely manner
Accurately balances cash and coin and maintains appropriate cash level within limits

Also, some of the qualifications required for the job are:
Ability to calculate figures and amounts, such as interest, dividends and percentages
Ability to work cooperatively and establish and maintain effective work relationships while performing duties
Ability to perform duties accurately and timely, with frequent interruptions.
Ability to promote and maintain a positive image of the Credit Union to members and employees.
Ability to be bonded.

Please apply online for this position Member Services Officer-Teller CA
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SAVE the DATE: 4/27

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4/27 Western Montana’s Largest Career Fair, Hilton Garden Inn, Missoula
Thursday, April 27, 2017, 3-6pm
Veterans / service members admitted at 2:30pm!
EMPLOYERS
Register Now (If that link doesn’t work for you, go to employmissoula.com / Events)
$ 125/table and/or be a supporter and be included in advertising of the event! Support levels:
Silver ($ 250) Logo advertising in promotional materials.
Gold ($ 500) Logo advertising in promotional materials (Table registration included)
Platinum ($ 1,000)  Priority advertising in promotional materials along with media outreach, table registration in premier location at event with two tables to increase visibility.
QUESTION: Kristi (kharman@mt.gov or 542-5750) or JR (jstrand@mt.gov or 542-5743)
VETERAN SERVICE PROVIDERS
Veteran Service Providers that are not hiring, may have an “information booth” in the lobby again (Please email snoble@mt.gov rather than registering on website).
Last year VSP booths included: ESGR, Team Rubicon, Veterans Health Administration, Mobile Vet Center (Parking lot), State Approving Authority (SAA) for Veterans Education, etc.
JOB SEEKERS
3 FREE WORKSHOPS, “Tips on what to do BEFORE, DURING, and AFTER a Career Fair”
Workshops are Monday April 17th, Thursday April 20th, or Tuesday April 25th, 2-4 pm, Job Service Missoula, 539 S. 3rd St. W. – Call (406) 728-7060 to reserve your seat!
http://events.eventzilla.net/e/western-montanas-largest-career-fair-2017---------------sponsored-by-allegiance-2138893545

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Legislation on Concurrent Receipt Introduced – Please Contact your Representative Today

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On January 19, 2017, Rep. Gus Bilirakis (FL) introduced H.R. 303, the Retired Pay Restoration Act.  This bill would end the unfair policy of forcing many military longevity retirees to forfeit some of their retired pay in order to receive equal amounts of disability compensation from the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).  The effect of this policy means military retirees are paying for their own disability with their military retired pay.  This unfair policy has adversely impacted disabled veterans and their families for more than a century, but was partially repealed by Congress in 2004.  Under current law disabled veterans with 20-plus years of active military service who are also in receipt of a VA disability determination of 50 percent or higher may retain both military retirement pay and their VA compensation.

In line with DAV resolution 110, adopted at our most recent National Convention assembled in Atlanta, Georgia, July 31-August 3, 2016, we support the Retired Pay Restoration Act.  H.R. 303 would end the longstanding and unfair practice of the government’s withholding of military longevity retired pay in exchange for VA disability compensation, regardless of disability rating.  DAV believes what is unfair for a veteran rated 50 percent disabled or higher by the VA is equally unfair for a disabled veteran rated 40 percent disabled or lower.  Disabled military longevity retirees should not be unfairly penalized by the government for any reason.

This legislation was referred to the House Committee on Armed Services in addition to the Committee on Veterans’ Affairs. Please use the prepared email, or draft your own message, to request that your Representative support this important bill and ask that it be brought to the floor for a vote and passed as soon as possible.

Thank you for all that you do for veterans and their families.  We need your grassroots action to gain Congressional enactment of this important legislation.

Click the link below to log in and send your message:
https://www.votervoice.net/BroadcastLinks/Pu7Kgm8i8wvFSjBKuWgDQw

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SAVE the DATE: 5/20

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5/20 Heroes @ Home BBQ & Music Festival (4th Annual)
Presented by Joining Community Forces – Missoula Region
Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 20th NOON – 4pm at the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula
Join the Heroes at Home Facebook event page for updates: https://www.facebook.com/events/1773978856255734/  
Please join us on Armed Forces Day and share with Veterans, service members, their families and EVERYONE who supports them!
*VSAP-22
VETERAN SUICIDE AWARENESS & PREVENTION RUN/WALK WILL START AT 9AM (Go to vetsuicideawareness.com for more information and / or to register)
*FREE BBQ at NOON
, Opening Ceremony at 1pm
*FREE ACTIVITIES for the KIDS
*FREE Music ~ We’re excited to have the
Hero Sound Project play! (Other bands TBD – See below for more information re the Stop 22 Tour and HSP)
*FREE admission to The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula
*The Rocky Mountain Museum of Military History will (weather permitting) have its Civil War minicamp set up
AND MUCH MORE!!!
PARKING: Parks & Rec is asking that we DO NOT use the Fort Missoula Regional Park parking area (Do not enter the event from South Ave). Due to Maggot Fest and a volleyball tournament being held on the same day (PARKING MAP WILL BE POSTED ON FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE SOON).

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO VOLUNTEER, DONATE OR GET INVOLVED IN ANY WAY, PLEASE LET US KNOW:
BBQ LOGISTICS & QUESTIONS – Anton (anton.johnson@va.gov)
VSAP-22 Veteran Suicide Awareness & Prevention Run / Walk – Erick (kahilaem@gmail.com)
DONATIONS / $ $ , SPONSORS – John (johnsangwin@hotmail.com)
RAFFLE / SILENT AUCTION ITEMS – Rebecca (rstancil@missoulahousing.org)
MUSIC – Clinton (herosoundproject@gmail.com)
SERVICE PROVIDERS (Please plan on bringing your own canopy, table and chairs) – Shannon (snoble@mt.gov)
VOLUNTEERS – Judy (jdouglas@missoulaagingservices.org)
THANK YOU ~ YOUR SUPPORT IS APPRECIATED!

From the Hero Sound Project ~ All Veterans who participate in Hero Sound Project are welcome and encouraged to be part of the band. Hero Sound Project meets every Thursday from 6pm to 8pm (Band practice) at the Zootown Arts Community Center (ZACC), 235 N. 1st St. W., Missoula. We meet in the basement and can be accessed to the right of the main entrance downstairs. Hero Sound Project is now an official program of The Zootown Community Arts Center (The ZACC) and will be having scheduled weekly lessons (Acoustic, song writing, etc).
**They would also like to bring Stephen Cochran and The Stop 22 Tour to Missoula to perform at the event; however, it will cost money to get them here from TN.

IF YOU’RE INTERESTED IN SPONSORING, or if you have questions regarding the Hero Sound Project, please contact Clinton, herosoundproject@gmail.com or (406) 214-5541.

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Logistician Level II Michigan

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Logistician Level II Michigan

True North Logistics is seeking Logistician Level II
Location: Michigan

Requirements for Logistician Level II Michigan:
A bachelor’s degree in Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Business Administration, Operations Supply Chain Management, or Science  Operations Management plus one full academic year of graduate education in the specialized field; or, a bachelor’s degree in Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Business Administration, Operations Supply Chain Management, or Science Operations Management plus 3 years of applicable experience; or, a bachelor’s degree in Logistics, Supply Chain Management, Business Administration, Operations Supply Chain Management, or Science Operations Management with a minimum of 5 years of specialized experience.
In addition to the education requirements, the individual shall also have experience with shipping, receiving and warehousing, and supply management.

To apply for Logistician Level II Michigan please send resume to jobs@tru-nor.com
http://www.truenorthlogistics.com/

Logistician Level II Michigan

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Who We Are
We invest in companies within our areas of expertise, principally in the Aerospace & Defense, Cybersecurity, Intelligence, Healthcare and Homeland Security sectors. By leveraging our decades of corporate, government and entrepreneurial experience, we help companies quickly plug into the True North team of world-class experts — as well as our vast network of CEO’s, investors, strategic experts, senior-level decision makers, major systems integrators, former and current government officials and many others — to catalyze rapid and sustained growth
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