Position Open: Project Coordinator Specialist

November 6, 2018 Comments Off on Position Open: Project Coordinator Specialist

SCPDC is accepting resumes to fill a Project Coordinator Specialist position.  The individuals should possess a bachelor’s degree to an accredited university.  Job duties will include, but not limited to writing project plans and tracking completed tasks through a software tool.

This is an hourly position with an annual starting pay of approximately $35,000 depending on knowledge and experience. Fringe benefits are also included, such as health/dental/vision/life insurance, MERS retirement, as well as vacation, sick and holiday pay. SCPDC is an EOE/AAE

Submit resumes to: SCPDC Software Analysts P.O. Box 1870, Gray, Louisiana 70359 or email to: employment@scpdc.org.  Resumes will be accepted until positions are filled.

Position Open: Software Training Specialist

November 6, 2018 Comments Off on Position Open: Software Training Specialist

SCPDC is accepting resumes to fill Software Training Specialist positions.  The individuals should have a high school diploma w/5yr experience or Associates Degree.  Job duties will include, but not limited to traveling to different cities to perform assigned training tasks. Excellent communication and public speaking skills a must.

Beginning salary will be approximately $40,000 depending on knowledge and experience. Fringe benefits are also included, such as health/dental/vision/life insurance, MERS retirement, as well as vacation, sick and holiday pay. SCPDC is an EOE/AAE

Submit resumes to: SCPDC Software Analysts P.O. Box 1870, Gray, Louisiana 70359 or email to: employment@scpdc.org.  Resumes will be accepted until positions are filled.

Software Analyst Position Open

September 26, 2018 Comments Off on Software Analyst Position Open

SCPDC is accepting resumes to fill Software Analyst positions.  The individuals should possess a bachelor’s degree to an accredited university and at least 2 years of experience in a related field of work.  Job duties will include, but not limited to facilitating software trainings and project management.

 

Beginning salary will be approximately $50,000 depending on knowledge and experience. Fringe benefits are also included, such as health/dental/vision/life insurance, MERS retirement, as well as vacation, sick and holiday pay. SCPDC is an EOE/AAE

Submit resumes to: SCPDC Software Analysts P.O. Box 1870, Gray, Louisiana 70359 or email to: employment@scpdc.org.  Resumes will be accepted until positions are filled.

Custodian/Maintenance Technician Position Open

September 26, 2018 Comments Off on Custodian/Maintenance Technician Position Open

South Central Planning & Development Commission currently has an immediate opening for a full time custodian/maintenance technician.  Responsible for general maintenance and cleanliness of facilities and grounds.  To see more about the position please access scpdc.org website and see employment.  The hourly starting pay is $12-$16 per hour based upon experience.  Resumes must be received no later than 4:30pm on October 12, 2018. Send resume to: employment@scpdc.org  or Custodian, PO Box 1870, Gray, LA  70359  EOE/AAE

Now Accepting Submissions for the 2018 Capturing Safety through the Eyes of a high school student & college student

September 4, 2018 Comments Off on Now Accepting Submissions for the 2018 Capturing Safety through the Eyes of a high school student & college student

We want to see traffic safety through the eyes of our teens and young adults!

The South Central Regional Safety Coalition (SCRSC) is inviting teens and young adults from organizations throughout the South Central Region to submit entries for the 2018 teen traffic safety video and photo contest. You can even ask your state and local law enforcement agencies, emergency personnel, teachers, mentors, parents and friends to help you.

We only ask that teens (15-18 years of age) are present in the photos and videos for the teen contest and that young adults (18-24 years of age) are present in the college contest.

 In addition to our South Central Region’s prizes being sponsored by State Farm and Shell, this year’s winning video submission will be used as an educational tool for other teens at the statewide level.  Thanks to Louisiana Highway Safety Commission and 2018 Ford Driving Skills for Life Grant, the grand prize winners for video submission will be selected to participate in a one-day conference geared towards peer-to-peer change in traffic safety.

PRIZES:

GRAND PRIZE WINNERS: $250.00 CASH FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION + PLAQUE + GOODIES

1ST RUNNER UP WINNERS: $100.00 CASH FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION + CERTIFICATE + GOODIES

3RD PLACE: CERTIFICATE + GOODIES

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS: October 30th, 2018

Contact Person: Cassie Parker 985-851-2900 or cassie@scpdc.org

Please LIKE us on Facebook (South Central Regional Safety Coalition)

FOLLOW us on Twitter @SCRSafetyCo.

Use #CaptureSafety2018 #DZD 

YOU MUST ADDRESS AT LEAST FOUR OF THESE TRAFFIC SAFETY FOCUSED AREAS: 

  1. Hazard Recognition (Detecting hazards in the driving environment/identifying potential threats when you are behind the wheel)
  2. Vehicle handling (Accelerating, braking, turning, eyes on the road, hands on the wheel, and wearing your seat belt)
  3. Space Management (It’s all about safe distance, managing the road space around your car, think of bicyclist and pedestrians too.)
  4. Speed Management (A factor in almost 1/3 of all crashes is speeding, change the behavior)
  5. Distracted Driving (Think out of the box, texting is not the only distraction)
  6. Impaired Driving (Drugs and/or alcohol impair your brain to make good decisions, how can you help others realize the dangers of impaired driving?)

ELIGIBILITY AND RULES:

  • Any public/private high school organization/group, home-school youth group, and faith-based youth group in the Parishes of Assumption, Lafourche, St. Charles, St. James, St. John the Baptist, St. Mary and Terrebonne are eligible to submit.
  • ALL PARTICIPANTS must complete Consent and Media Release Waiver (If participant is below 18 years old, he or she must have a parent/guardian complete and sign Consent & Media Release Waiver. (Forms can be located at http://www.scpdc.org/home/traffic-safety-contest/
  • A letter of endorsement signed by both club adviser and principal for each submission.
  • An entry form must be completed and submitted for each submission.
  • You must address four of the traffic safety focused areas.
  • Language use must be suitable to young audiences, including children.
  • Photo entries must be submitted in high-resolution and of JPEG format. On the entry form, please elaborate the safety message in 100 words or less.
  • Video entries must be between 30 seconds and one minute, saved in DVD format and contain an original safety message in the script.
  • Most importantly, please do not violate any Louisiana Traffic Safety Laws when filming your submissions which means NO KEKE.
  • Plagiarized submissions will result in automatic disqualification.
  • Failure to follow all of the rules will result in disqualification.
  • Young adults aged 18-24 must be present in photo and/or video for college submission.
  • Youth aged 15-18 must be present in photo and/or video for teen/ high school submission.

CRITERIA FOR JUDGING (same in both photo and video):

                        Originality                   40%

                        Creativity                    30%

                        Overall Message         30%

                        TOTAL                         100%

 TEEN (15-18) CONTEST GOALS:

  1. Encourage teenage drivers to advocate for safe driving decisions.
  2. Allow teenagers to become the voice of positive messaging in their respective schools, churches and communities.
  3. Heighten involvement from parents and teachers to motivate young drivers to drive responsibly and safely.
  4. Provide students the opportunity to bring out their creativity and resourcefulness while fostering comradeship on and off campus.
  5. Create a safety culture among teens through peer-to peer dialogue and activities.

YOUNG ADULT (18-24) CONTEST GOALS:

  1. Encourage college students to advocate for safe driving decisions.
  2. Allow college students to become the voice of positive messaging in their respective communities.
  3. Heighten involvement from professors and mentors to motivate college students to drive responsibly and safely.
  4. Provide students the opportunity to bring out their creativity and resourcefulness while fostering comradeship on and off campus.
  5. Create a safety culture amongst college students through peer-to peer dialogue and activities.

ELIGIBILITY AND RULES:

  • Any public/private high school organization/group, home-school youth group, and faith-based youth group in the Parishes of Assumption, Lafourche, St. Charles, St. James, St. John the Baptist, St. Mary and Terrebonne are eligible to submit.
  • ALL PARTICIPANTS must complete Consent and Media Release Waiver (If participant is below 18 years old, he or she must have a parent/guardian complete and sign Parent Consent & Media Release Waiver.
  • A letter of endorsement signed by both club adviser and principal for each submission.
  • An Entry Form must be completed and submitted for each submission.
  • You must address four of the traffic safety focused areas.
  • Language use must be suitable to young audiences, including children.
  • Photo entries must be submitted in high-resolution and of JPEG format. On the entry form, please elaborate the safety message in 100 words or less.
  • Video entries must be between 30 seconds and one minute, saved in DVD format and contain an original safety message in the script.
  • Most importantly, please do not violate any Louisiana Traffic Safety Laws when filming your submissions which means NO KEKE.
  • Plagiarized submissions will result in automatic disqualification.
  • Failure to follow all of the rules will result in disqualification.
  • Young adults aged 18-24 must be present in photo and/or video for college submission.
  • Youth aged 15-18 must be present in photo and/or video for teen/ high school submission.

ENTRY SUBMISSION:

Photo and/or video entries must be saved in a USB flash drive and submitted along printed & signed entry form, endorsement letter and Parental Consent/Media Release Waiver by HAND DELIVERY or MAIL to:

South Central Planning & Development Commission

P.O. Box 1870 Gray, LA 70359

5058 West Main Street, Houma, LA 70360

ATTN: Cassie Parker

Subject:  South Central Regional Safety Coalition

2018-19 Capturing Safety through the Eyes (of a Teen or of a College Student) – Traffic Safety Contest

2017-18 Grand Prize Winner is Lutcher High School Art Club!

Check out the video here.

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