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The Western Pennsylvania Humane Society seeks an executive director who will be responsible for managing more than 60 employees, 600 volunteers and an operating budget of over $4 million in the pursuit of homes for adopted animals.
Amachi Pittsburgh is looking for a full-time mentoring specialist with a knack for connecting with and motivating young people and adults and a sensitivity to vulnerable populations.
MGR Youth Empowerment is looking for a creative and organized artist to join its team as a full-time program coordinator of the Arts in Action initiatives. A degree and three years experience is preferred.
Big Brothers and Big Sisters seeks an events and communications coordinator who will assist in the planning and implementing of fundraising events among other duties.
The Pittsburgh office of RAND Corp. is looking for a web content producer, a rewarding position for a web-savvy writer with project management skills.
UPMC Children’s Hospital and Magee Women’s Hospital are looking for neonatal nurse practitioners.
Merrill Corp. in Pittsburgh is looking for a realtime captioner, specializing in the captioning of live broadcast programming. The position requires a skilled realtime court reporter who specializes in the exacting task of translating audio into text on the fly.
The Douglas Education Center in Monessen seeks a public relations and social media coordinator.
Engineering and IT
Open Arc in Wexford, a software strategy firm, has eight openings: telecom analyst, project manager, network analyst, senior solutions delivery manager, engineering manager, junior level developer and a graphic designer.
PNC has more than two dozen new listings for IT, software engineers, technical operation analysts and more.
Bayer in Pittsburgh is on the lookout for people in payroll and recruiting and senior analysts.
Still looking? Check out the listings from Nov. 12th.