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Job Description: The Wabash County YMCA has an opportunity for an effective individual to be responsible for program evaluation including: program and participant data collection, analysis and reporting, fidelity management, program quality assessment, academic and non-cognitive outcomes, and reporting and acting on results. We are focused on programs that address the achievement gap in holistic y...
Job Summary The Leasing Associate is responsible for generating new business (leases) for the TGM community, as well as performing quality customer service to current residents. The Leasing Associate’s primary responsibility is to professionally represent the TGM Community to all potential and current residents while following TGM Policy and Procedures. Essential Functions * Markets property and a...
Do you enjoy talking to people and providing quality customer service? Wheaton is currently seeking a motivated individual with one to six months experience working in a clerical or customer service role. This position requires exceptional communication, organization and multi-tasking skills. Primary Duties: · Outbound calls to customers for follow-up as well as to solicit feedback and encourage t...
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