Job Openings: 2017-2018 School Year
Position title: Field Hockey Coaches
Varsity & JV Field Hockey coaching positions available for the Fall 2017 season. Previous coaching experience with Field Hockey is preferred. The Girls Field Hockey season runs from August-November.
Please email letter of intent & resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Reports to Directors of Advancement
*Unpaid Position For College Credit
An Advancement Intern is an unpaid position, for college credit, working closely with the Mercy High School Advancement Team in the areas of advancement, marketing, public relations, event planning, annual giving and alumnae relations.
Duties include assisting the Advancement Department;
- Event assistance including seeking sponsorships for Golf Outing and connecting with alumnae to increase Reunion Weekend attendance.
- Organization of the Adopt a Seat Program
- Assistance with Annual Appeal planning for the year including outlining each piece; determining audience and desired message
- Assist in creation of Notable Alumnae webpage
- Data entry and research
- Greeting visitors, answering phone calls
Strong consideration will be given to graduates of Mercy High School who have received or are actively working towards a Bachelor’s degree in marketing/advertising/communication or related degree. The candidate must be proficient in Word and Excel.
The successful candidate will be: a self-starter, detailed orientated, highly organized, able to handle several projects simultaneously, flexible with their schedule (including some evenings), and able to meet deadlines. The candidate must possess: excellent writing and communication skills, a high level of integrity, and a positive attitude.
How to Apply:
Send resume to the attention of Jennifer Stark and Maureen Weiss at email@example.com
Recent Changes to the Youth Employment Standards Act, P. A. 90 of 1978 "Impacting Minors 16 and 17 Years of Age Work Permits and Training Agreements." Effective October 18, 2011, the Youth Employment Standards Act (YESA) was amended. Previously, the legislation indicated combined school and work week of 48 hours during the period school is in session. This change has implications for 16 and 17 year old minors who are currently in school and working under a work permit or a training agreement between the school and employer.
Minors under 18 years of age must obtain a work permit or have their school complete a training agreement before starting work. Work permits can be obtained from the school the minor attends or the school district where the minor will be employed. If the minor changes jobs, a new work permit is required for the new employer. A work permit may be revoked for poor academic performance. A work permit is required even if the minor does not attend school.
Work permits are no longer available for bulk purchase from Michigan Center for Career & Technical Education; work permits are available for printing or download from the 'Youth Employment Forms Packet' section below. Note: CA-6 work permits must be printed on pink paper and CA-7 work permits must be printed on yellow paper. To be valid both CA-6 and CA-7 must have the front and back pages of the work permit printed.