Member Job Listings

Urgent Need - Mortgage Processor


The purpose of the Mortgage Processor position is to process first mortgages originated by the Credit Union, to include Conventional, VA, FHA, USDA, PHFA and Construction loans for both portfolio and secondary market mortgages in accordance with Credit Union and investor guidelines. This position has no budgetary responsibility, has daily supervision of work, and requires strong attention to detail in order to perform the essential functions of this role.

The Mortgage Processor is responsible for processing and interacting with members and agents. This includes, but is not limited to, entering data into the mortgage system, calculating income, analyzing credit reports, running automated underwriting systems, inputting information into systems, clearing all prior-to-closing conditions, ordering appraisals, setting up closings, and assisting in loan delivery functions.

• Satisfactory problem-solving and resourcefulness skills
• Strong communication, collaboration and interpersonal skills
• Proficient financial skills with a thorough knowledge of Credit Union products and services and industry regulations
• Ability to multitask and work through interruptions
• Skills and good working knowledge of mortgage origination software

•   None

• Effective knowledge
• Accountability and self-management
• Teamwork and leadership
• Communication
• Innovation and problem-solving

• Ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing
• Visually able to perform activities such as preparing and analyzing data and figures, viewing a computer terminal, and extensive reading
• Ability to sit for extended time periods
• Sufficient manual skill for operation of PC keyboard and other standard office equipment
• Ability to travel, including occasional overnight travel
• Ability to exert minimum amounts of force occasionally to lift, carry, push, pull or move objects

Education:  High school diploma

Certification(s): None

Experience: 1-2 years of experience in mortgage lending to include processing, originating and
closing of VA, FHA, USDA, Conventional and Construction mortgages Experience or
working knowledge on current Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA)
underwriting guidelines and interpreting results from their automated underwriting system.

⭐ Excellent benefits
⭐ 401(k) company match to 200% on the first 5% of eligible pay
⭐ Opportunities for growth and advancement
⭐ Remote capabilities

Members 1st Federal Credit Union
Admin Building
5000 Louise Dr
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

Urgent Need - Team Member – Part time

We are HIRING! Join our team!

Part time, team member.

Instructing cake workshops and cake parties. Retail services, checking out customers. Prepping for workshops and parties

Must pass drug/background test, must be able to lift 30lbs, must be able to stand for long periods of time, must have positive energetic attitude. We must have a workers permit on file if you are under 18 years old.

Part time. Weekends are a MUST. Hours will vary from the following times:
Friday 12:00-8:00pm
Saturday 10:00am-8:00pm
Sunday 11:00-7:00pm
Occasional Wednesday and Thursdays if needed.

$8.50 hr plus the potential for tips.

Please fill out the application online: We MUST have an application completed!

Urgent Need - Vice President of Programs


Position Summary: This position supports the work of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region, a leading nonprofit committed to creating one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. The Vice President of programs is expected to oversee development and implementation of all mentoring programs of the organization; develop partnerships to facilitate expansion of programs. Responsible for all aspects of the Service Delivery Model, Program Policy and Program Staff. Provide insight and guidance for development of all programs. Oversee & analyze outcome data and metrics. Experience in curriculum development & facilitation preferred.

Principle Supervisory Responsibilities:

  • Interview and select staff for relevant positions, interns, special projects
  • Train, supervise, evaluate and handle personnel matters in accordance with agency policy and procedures
  • Facilitate direct service staff meetings to decide acceptance/rejection of volunteers/clients, approve match selections
  • Facilitate performance evaluations for direct service staff
  • Assign casework duties and responsibilities; provide individual supervision to direct reports
  • Monitor all aspects of the Service Delivery Model and Performance Measures
  • Facilitate activities of different departments to maximize effectiveness and productivity
  • Assure development/implementation of in-service training
  • Assure development of and facilitation of training programs for Volunteers, Parents and school staff
  • Schedule and approve attendance at training outside the agency (within the approved budget)

Principle Administrative Responsibilities:

  • Creation & facilitation of curriculum for all BBBS mentoring programs
  • Ensure all program staff are functioning within all guidelines, policies, etc.
  • Ensure outcomes-based fidelity to mentoring model
  • Recruit & facilitate program committee
  • Consult with those Committees and the President/CEO on policy recommendations and personnel issues
  • Assist agency strategic planning process
  • Prepare reports for CEO, including budget proposals, performance measures, strategic planning
  • Contribute programmatic information for grant requests
  • Facilitate Agency Self-Assessment, Quality Assurance requirements as outlines by BBBSA
  • Oversee completion of Agency Outcomes Data Management
  • Complete quarterly program progress reports and monthly statistics
  • Monitor compliance with Agency Information Management System, project growth needs/plans accordingly
  • Assist Executive Director in preparing agency budget

Principle Community Relationships/Partnerships Responsibilities:

  • Understand and interpret the agency’s services to the community
  • Remain  current  with  developments  within  the  BBBSA  movement,  youth  development,  human  resources  and management
  • Develop and maintain positive professional relationships with other service agencies
  • Serve as liaison with other community mentoring, educational and youth service organizations/agencies
  • Develop and maintain partnerships with Volunteer rich Corporations, entities
  • Develop and maintain partnerships with school districts
  • Assist in all volunteer recruitment efforts

•  Master’s Degree Preferred.  Bachelor’s degree in Social services or human resources field required with 5+ years of supervisory of casework, management and program development

•  Ability to develop and facilitate curriculum-based mentoring programs
•  Strong leadership and management skills
•  Possess superb organizational and time management abilities.
•  Demonstrate an ability to work independently and as a self-starter in a team-oriented environment and work congenially with staff, Board members, donors, adult volunteers, youth, and others
•  Demonstrate an ability to organize complex materials, manage more than  one project at a time, and communicate comfortably in a professional setting.
•  Must work with a high degree of flexibility, accuracy, and attention to detail in a fast-paced environment with numerous deadlines and pressures.
•  Have professional maturity to respond to urgent matters and/or crisis situations, as needed.
•  Ability to work effectively  diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community.

Company Overview
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region has been the area’s leader in establishing and supporting “one-to-one” mentoring relationships — or friendships — since 1981. The agency serves between 700 and 1,000 children annually throughout Dauphin, Cumberland, Lebanon, Lancaster & Perry Counties.

Interested candidates should submit cover letter & resume by January 15th to Amy Rote at

Amy Rote
1519 North Third Street
(717) 236-0199

Administrative Coordinator


This employee serves as the primary Administrative Coordinator for PCN. Welcomes guests, handles phone calls, and performs general administrative duties as assigned by Administration and various departments within PCN.

PCN is a statewide 501(c)(3) nonprofit cable television network available to 10 million viewers in more than 3.1 million homes. PCN is the largest statewide privately funded public affairs network in the country.


  • Greet guests and notify staff of guest arrival
  • Answer main PCN switchboard
  • Receive and distribute daily mail, sign for packages, handle outgoing mail and shipping needs
  • Receive and distribute daily electronic mail
  • Process daily PCN Store orders for products purchased at the PCN Store
  • Digitize files for record retention for Human Resource and Accounting functions
  • Maintain and order office and building supplies as necessary
  • Assist Engineering with building maintenance tasks including scheduling service calls, maintaining Maintenance Google calendar, and saving contracts to the shared Google Drive
  • Assist with fleet vehicle maintenance and licensing files as well as scheduling of appointments.
  • Assist with FCC Compliance forms, tracking deadlines, getting signatures, and uploading files to the PCN website
  • Maintain files for staff birthdays and coordinates purchase and distribution of those gifts
  • Maintain employee contact information and phone lists for home and office
  • Assist Development and Marketing with projects as necessary, including Help Desk
  • Other duties as assigned


  • Ability to communicate effectively in written and oral form, includes proper use of grammar and spelling
  • Excellent customer service and phone skills
  • Strong organizational and attention to details skills required
  • Ability to meet deadlines and working with multiple departments simultaneously
  • Demonstrate proficient computer skills, including but not limited to Microsoft Word and Excel, Google platform applications, databases, the Internet and office equipment.


  • Full-time, hourly position
  • Hours Monday through Friday 8am – 5pm.  Evening and weekend as needed
  • Currently following COVID-19 safety protocols including wearing of masks, surface cleaning, hand washing and temporary remote work
  • Located in Camp Hill, PA
  • Benefits after wait period include: Health/RX, dental, vision, disability, Simple IRA retirement fund, and paid time off.
  • Successful candidates will be subject to and must be able to provide a clear criminal and financial background check
  • Cover letter indicating salary expectations and resume may be emailed to or faxed to (717) 441-4540.

PCN is an equal opportunity employer.

(717) 730-6000



FirstLight Home Care is HIRING!

Do you want to make a difference in the lives of others? Do you want to feel rewarded for the care and comfort you provide to our clients? Do you want to work for a team that truly values its employees? If so, FirstLight would love to talk with you. We have immediate positions available today.

FirstLight offers complete companion and personal care services for seniors, disabled adults, veterans or any adult over the age of 18 who just needs a little assistance.

Benefits include:

  • Flexible schedule
  • Competitive pay
  • Comprehensive training (paid)
  • Rewards & recognition
  • Solid support team

Positions available:

Job Description:
Companion Care – Conversation and company, medication reminders, meal prep, light housekeeping, laundry service, shopping, errands, transportation, recreational activities, mail and paperwork organization, 24-hour care, family respite care
Personal Care – Bathing and grooming, oral hygiene, walking and mobility assistance, transfer and posture positioning, continence and toileting care, and eating assistance.

Our FirstLight territory includes the areas of:

Cumberland County

At FirstLight, we believe in taking really good care of the people who take care of our clients. Our caregivers are the heart and soul of our company and we are dedicated to finding the kind of people we would trust with our own families. Extraordinary people who will deliver exceptional care. For more information about us, please visit

FirstLight Home Care policy states that services are provided, and referrals and employment actions are made without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, ancestry, religious creed, handicap or age.

Please contact us today!

Community Investment Associate


Job Description

The Foundation for Enhancing Communities (TFEC) seeks a highly motivated, dynamic individual to support the day-to-day activities of the Community Investment department in the areas of grant management, reporting and meeting logistics. The Community Investment Associate will:

  • Obtain, print and coordinate grant applications.
  • Prepare and distribute meeting materials.
  • Prepare award and denial letters.
  • Produce, distribute and ensure that contracts are received and executed.
  • Monitor, process and record metrics for grants
  • Assist with day-to-day computer based tasks and logistics for assigned grant materials, programs and events.
  • Assist with the creation and coordination of press releases, opportunity announcements and additional written materials, mailings and publications.

Successful candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree and/or equivalent education/work experience in a professional setting. Excellent written and oral communication skills, editing skills, project management abilities and computer literacy are essential.

We offer a diverse and fulfilling work environment where being a part of a team is non-negotiable. We also offer a competitive salary and an outstanding benefits package. EOE

Please send Letter of Interest, Resume, Writing sample, 3 Professional References and Salary Requirements to: TFEC Personnel, 200 N. Third Street, 8th Floor, P.O. Box 678, Harrisburg, PA 17108- 0678 or email to No resumes will be considered unless all required materials are submitted.

Visit for more information on our organization.

200 North 3rd Street,  8th floor
HarrisburgPA 17108
(717) 236-5040
(717) 231-4463

Community Participation Instructors/Aides

CPARC is seeking employees for a day program that serves adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Duties include: assisting participants with community based activities, learning positive behaviors and using community resources. Part-time positions available in Mechanicsburg and Carlisle. Instructors start at $12.71/hr and Aides start at $10.59/hr. HS diploma/GED and a valid driver’s license may be required. Experience is preferred.

Apply online at

Questions about this opening? Contact

Laura Belanger at


Director of Resident Health Services

Premier Senior Living Community in Mechanicsburg Pennsylvania is seeking a Director of Resident Health Services


As part of a family of professionals committed to the highest standards of caregiving services. Ours is an ever-growing family that maintains a commitment to its residents and their families while supporting one another in our professional growth and personal success.

Every new opportunity builds our character and resolve.


  • Current Pennsylvania LPN or RN License and minimum of one year experience in senior living or healthcare industry
  • Ability to respond during off-duty hours to questions and emergencies
  • Knowledge of Federal and State laws pertaining to 2600 Regulations for Personal Care Homes preferred


Key Responsibilities

  • Overall Management of Resident Health and Wellness of our Senior Living Community
  • Supervise, Manage and Train Wellness Nurses, Med Techs and Resident Assistants
  • Maintain Communications with Residents, Families and Physicians
  • Participate in Manager on Duty Rotation



Submitting Your Application

To submit your application online, visit

To apply for a position in person, please visit our community and speak with our Business Office Manager.

If you prefer, you may also send a hard copy of the application to us along with your resumé to the address below.

The Bridges at Bent Creek
c/o: Business Office Manager
2100 Bent Creek Blvd
Mechanicsburg, PA 17050

Employee Benefits Specialist

Gunn-Mowery, LLC, one of the Best Places to Work in PA for the past 11 years, is looking for an Employee Benefits Specialist to add to our growing department. This is a unique opportunity to join our Employee Benefits team which was named “Best Employee Benefits Firm” in 2017 by the readers of the Central Penn Business Journal. In this role, you will be responsible for managing and servicing an assigned book of business, as well as analyzing customers’ individual needs, evaluating options, and offering tailored insurance solutions. The Employee Benefits Specialist will respond to customer inquiries and requests, foster new-business opportunities (including identifying cross-selling opportunities), maintain customer relationships and build customer loyalty. The primary line of business is Life and Health.

This position is a full time position with all of Gunn Mowery’s employee benefits applicable including our excellent benefits package including medical/dental/vision, 401K, LTD, STD, AD&D, paid holidays and a generous time-off policy. This position will be located primarily in our Lemoyne office.

Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Service a designated group of customers, manage and process customer requests including changes to policies; review billings
  • Provide quotes, proposals, and bind coverage as needed according to insurer guidelines
  • Coordinate processing of the necessary documents with the Employee Benefits Assistant
  • Provide support to Sales Executives and/or Account Executives
  • Review assigned policies to determine if additional coverage’s should be solicited prior to renewal
  • Conduct periodic service calls for designated customers
  • Document all conversations and assignments with customers and/or insurers relative to exposures and coverages in the agency management system
  • In all processes, refer to the agency’s Policy and Procedures Manual as needed
  • Diligent when interacting with customers, and in processing all coverage modifications in a timely manner to ensure customer satisfaction and prevent E&O exposure
  • Able to work independently with minimal supervision
  • May be expected to attend industry-specific seminars and training, as needed

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Excellent customer service skills
  • Performs duties by complying with agency’s established procedures
  • Good Working knowledge of computer office software
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Excellent interpersonal and analytical skills
  • Education: Associate’s degree from a two-year college or technical school, or equivalent combination of education and relevant experience
  • Experience: Minimum of 2 years related experienced preferred.
  • Specialized Skills, Knowledge or Licensure: Possess or pass the requirement to be a licensed Life & Health insurance provider.
  • Continuing Education/Training: as required by applicable statutes and regulations.

To apply, please complete the Employment Application. Print, sign and email the application, along with your resume, to Please list the job title in the subject line of the email.

Full-Time Consultant

Are you interested in helping women look and feel their best at any age utilizing our Natural Hormone Balancing program?

Ready to start a new and rewarding position with supportive team members?

Do you have 10+ years of experience working in a professional environment?

If so, BeBalanced Hormone Weight Loss Centers is looking to fill positions for a Full-Time Consultant in our Harrisburg and Camp Hill locations.

We’re searching for a mature, spirited individual with sales experience. The job responsibilities can be taught, the passion is what you need to bring!

Hours include:

  • Day
  • Some evenings (mandatory)
  • Occasional Saturday morningsBe sure to check out our website and Facebook page to learn more.




General Employment

Zimmerman Plumbing and Heating
is always on the lookout for good, hard-working people. Whether or not you are hoping to get into a trade, we may be looking for someone like you.

Candidates are required to pass a background check, physical, and drug test.

After a probationary period, we provide a full benefits package, uniforms, continuing education, and so much more.

If you or someone you know is looking for more than ‘just a job’, please submit a resume to!

Medical Assistant

Assists the physician, along with other members of the team, in providing medical care to patients of the Orthopaeadic and/or Pain clinic.  Assists with the maintenance of patients’ electronic medical records.  Provides exceptional customer service to the patient, patient’s family and colleagues.QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION:

  • High school diploma or its equivalent required.
  • Graduate of an accredited business school or college with focus in medical assisting preferred.
  • Current Medical Assistant certification or an ability to obtain within (6) months of employment.
  • Current certification in basic life support (BLS) required, or the ability to obtain before working independently with patients.
  • Level I:
  • May have limited experience working in a medical practice or hospital setting.Experience is generally acquired through the completion of an internship or externship as part of the business school or college program.
    • Level II:
      • A minimum of three years of experience as a Medical Assistant required with two years in an orthopaedic musculoskeletal group/facility preferred.
  • Familiarity with general medical terminology, including but not limited to:body parts and orthopaedic-specific disorders.
  • Must possess the ability to effectively and accurately use the electronic medical records system.
  • Ability to stand and walk for up to 80% of work time.


  • Welcomes the patient to the clinical area by accompanying him/her to the examination room.
  • Under direction of physician, assists in examination and treatment of patients.
  • Interviews patients, measures vitals (i.e. pulse rate, temperature, blood pressure, weight and height) and accurately records information.
  • Prepares treatment rooms for examination of patients.
  • Assists with removal of staples and/or sutures.
  • Prepares injections and assists physician with administration of injections.
  • Assists physicians in applying casts, splints, etc.
  • Completes necessary documentation in the electronic medical recordkeeping system.
  • Coordinates scheduling surgeries and appointments.
  • Assists with patient inquiries regarding medication and post-operative treatment.
  • Submits prescriptions to pharmacy as ordered by physician, both telephonically and electronically.
  • Level II:
    • Assists team leads with patient care duties, as delegated.
  • Acts as agent for licensed provider.
  • Travels to other locations as needed.
  • When acting as Preceptor (after completing Preceptor training):
    • Assists with the completion of the new hire’s orientation checklist.  Collaborates with the Clinical Educator to create goals and monitor the new hire’s success in completing these goals.
    • Serves as a role model and resource for the new hire.  Uses resources appropriately to guide new hire through the on-boarding process.  Assists new hire with transitioning to new work area, introducing him or her to peers, co-workers and the culture of the organization and department.
    • Assesses the learning needs and readiness to learn of the new hire.  Plans learning activities and experiences for the new hire to facilitate improvement to competencies.  Teaches new skills and reinforces previous learning.
    • Provides feedback and evaluates performance of the new hire.
  • Other duties as assigned.

OSS Health
856 Century Dr
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
(717) 848-4800

Mortgage Underwriter


The Mortgage Underwriter will need to be well versed in first mortgage lending.

The purpose of the Mortgage Underwriter position is to underwrite first mortgages originated by the Credit Union within guidelines, to include Conventional, VA, USDA, FHA and Construction loans for both portfolio and secondary market mortgages. This position has no budgetary responsibility, has moderate supervision of work, and requires creative and complex thinking in order to perform the essential job functions.

The Mortgage Underwriter is responsible for independently underwriting loan files, assisting in secondary market activities, and participating in special projects. This includes, but is not limited to, analyzing information and documentation, recommending alternative loan options, receiving and circulating information regarding secondary market underwriting guidelines for private and governmental investors, assisting in identifying which investor to use for each program, assisting with FHA loan delivery functions, maintaining Credit Union approval status with investors, and assisting in first mortgage special projects.

•   Strong financial, problem-solving, and analytical skills
•   Proficient communication, interpersonal and collaboration skills
•   Advanced skills and knowledge of credit union products and services and industry regulations
•   Working knowledge on current agency and investor underwriting guidelines and interpreting results from their automated underwriting system
•   Strong skills and good working knowledge of mortgage origination software
•   Ability to work independently, good time management skills, and critical thinking skills

•   FHA and VA designations preferred

•   Effective knowledge
•   Accountability and self-management
•   Teamwork and leadership
•   Communication
•   Innovation and problem-solving

•   Ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing
•   Visually able to perform activities such as preparing and analyzing data and figures, viewing a computer terminal, and extensive reading
•   Ability to sit for extended time periods
•   Sufficient manual skill for operation of PC keyboard and other standard office equipment
•   Ability to travel, including occasional overnight travel
•   Ability to exert minimum amounts of force occasionally to lift, carry, push, pull or move objects


3-4 years of experience in mortgage lending with knowledge of VA, FHA, USDA, Conventional and Construction mortgage guidelines

Maintains a modified Level 3 lending authority which will include the capacity of underwriting mortgage files which are in conformity to agency and investor standards and within their loan limitations

General and business knowledge equivalent to a high school diploma

⭐ Excellent benefits
⭐ 401(k) company match to 200% on the first 5% of eligible pay
⭐ Opportunities for growth and advancement
⭐ Remote capabilities

Members 1st Federal Credit Union
5000 Louise Dr
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055

Nursing/Medical/General Employment



Virtual Walk in Wednesdays are being conducted via phone.  Call us any Wednesday from 9am-4pm at 717-240-5364 or 717-240-6165 to learn about our exciting career opportunities!  You can speak with a HR representative, complete an interview over the phone, ask questions, learn about our current employee retention bonuses, and maybe even be offered a job over the phone!  No appointment Necessary!  Start your #CareerofCaringatClaremont Today!

Claremont Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
1000 Claremont Rd
Carlisle, PA 17013

Office Assistant


Job Description

Gunn-Mowery, LLC, named one of the Best Places to Work in Pennsylvania for the past 11 years, is looking for an Office Assistant to work part-time from our Lemoyne location. In this position you will be responsible for picking up and dropping off mail everyday, as well as answering phone calls, faxes, email addresses and walk-ins. Multi-tasking and problem solving will be key skills, as you will be analyzing and directing questions to appropriate departments depending on the type of business involved. We pride ourselves on our customer-first attitude, technical knowledge and integrity and the right candidate will embody all three traits.


Primary Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Receives, opens, and distributes mail.
  • Responsible for picking up and dropping off mail everyday at the post office.
  • Operates telephone console for incoming calls.
  • Liaison for postage meter, mail, and interoffice mail vendors.
  • Responsible for covering breaks for our full-time office administrator.
  • Assist in answering the company telephone and obtains caller’s name and nature of call and forwards to appropriate person requested or proper department/person that could/should handle or take a message for that person/department, or direct caller to proper voice mail box.
  • Assist and order GM logo supplies, business cards, plaques, letterhead and envelopes.
  • Present a professional and business appearance.
  • May be required to attend seminars for education/training as needed to ensure job skills meet the changes in technical and business demands.
  • Train employees for covering front desk and user of check register.
  • Scheduling and coordinating catering and locations for office meetings and functions.
  • Liaison for office maintenance issues with Vice President of Finance, as needed.


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Must be able to drive to pick up/or send U.S. Mail, UPS or Fed Ex.
  • Basic familiarity with computers.
  • Strong oral and written communication, interpersonal skills, analytical skills, technical knowledge and collaboration.
  • Ability to work independently and to carry out assignments to completion within parameters of instructions given, prescribed routines and standard accepted carrier(s) underwriting.
  • Good judgement/decision making skills.
  • Ability to follow instructions and adhere to prescribed routines and practices.
  • Education: High school graduate or GED or equivalent.
  • Experience: Minimum of two years of related experience preferred.
  • Specialized Skills, Knowledge or Licensure: Some familiarity with insurance is helpful.


To apply, please complete the Employment Application. Print, sign and email the application, along with your resume, to Please list the job title in the subject line of the email.

Jamie Mowery Lewis
650 N. 12th Street
LemoynePA 17043
(717) 761-4600

Operational Staff

Job Description

Looking for a GREAT job that you LOVE?? We are hiring!

The Carlisle Sports Emporium is now seeking the following positions for self-motivated, reliable, energetic, responsible, hard-working individuals. Availability must include evening & weekend shifts.

General Staff – Part-time or Full-time (Point of Sale, Track, LaserTag, Food Service)
ADULT Lead Positions Available!
Seeking candidates with strong communication skills. Applicant must show attention to detail, have the ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment, and excel in great customer interaction.

Contact Information

Julie Hill
29 S. Middlesex Road
CarlislePennsylvania 17015
(717) 258-4741

Opportunity in Financial Services

We are: One of the largest marketers of financial products in North America, looking for people who want to succeed.

We offer: An excellent educational system to teach you our business, a comprehensive support network, and competitive products that are highly desirable to most consumers.

Candidates should: Desire an excellent income potential, be committed to working hard, and possess a strong desire to succeed.

For more information, contact Sarah Thayer (717) 222 4717.

20 S 36th St
Camp HillPA 17011

Tax Preparer

H&R Block


Need flexibility with your work schedule? Looking for a new career path? Enjoy helping people? Do you have experience preparing taxes?

We offer competitive pay, incentive pay opportunity, flexible schedules, and advanced tax training and certification. Classes are available at our local offices in Mechanicsburg, Shippensburg and Duncannon.

H&R Block offers a great class to help you master your annual return and maybe lead to a job.

H&R Block Shippensburg | 103 S Conestoga Dr, Shippensburg, PA 17257 | (717) 532-7744 | Summer Hours: Mon 10am-2pm; Thurs 2-6pm
H&R Block Duncannon | 1609 State Rd #105, Duncannon, PA 17020 | (717) 957-9940 | Summer Hours: Mon 10am-2pm; Thurs 3-7pm
H&R Block Mechanicsburg | 5258 Simpson Ferry Rd, Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 | (717) 766-0901 | Summer Hours: Tues 11am-6pm; Thurs 1-7pm
H&R Block Mechanicsburg | 4830 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 | (717) 737-0714 | Summer Hours: Mon 10am-4pm; Wed 11am-6pm
H&R Block Mechanicsburg | 6560 Carlisle Pike, Ste 225, Mechanicsburg, PA | (717) 620-8613 | Office reopening Jan 2019