Area Job Openings
Patient Care Technician
Attention aspiring healthcare professionals and current CNAs, Home Health Aides, Caregivers, Nurse Assistants, LPNs & other patient care professionals:
Are you are passionate about learning, providing excellent care and looking for a career that allows you to truly make a difference in the lives of others? If yes, our Patient Care Technician opportunity is the perfect fit for you! As a PCT you will partner closely with our nursing and health care team to accomplish positive patient outcomes. Provision of care focuses on psychosocial support and activities of daily living.
• Actively demonstrates the organization's values and mission
• Provides care supporting physical function for activities of daily living, such as toileting, bathing, feeding, and ambulation
• Cares for patients demonstrating clinical competence in implementing a plan of care
• Maintains basic technician skills, such as obtaining vital signs, performing dressing changes, wound care, catheterizations, EKGs as required in specific work area
• Reports observations, including any change in patient status to Registered Nurse in a timely and accurate manner
• Performs interventions to enhance psychosocial support
• Documents according to hospital and unit specific guidelines to accurately reflect care provided immediately after performing procedure or task
OTHER JOB REQUIREMENTS
• Hand/eye coordination
• Fine motor skills
• Proficient with computer and technology
• Effective verbal communication and objective/accurate written documentation
• Ability to lift/maneuver 30 lbs using appropriate body mechanics
• Walking/standing for long periods of time
• Critical thinking skills
• Performs other duties consistent with purpose of job as directed
• High School Diploma or equivalent
• Previous direct patient care experience
• CNA training preferred
• Full-time, part-time or casual schedules
• 12 hour shifts (day; 7a-7p or night; 7p-7a)
• Every Other Weekend Rotation
• $12.06/hr (upwards commensurate with relevant experience, not inclusive of potential shift differentials or staffing incentives)
• Part-time (40-69 hours per pay) and full-time (70+ hours per pay) colleagues are eligible for medical, dental, and vision coverage.
• Additional coverage may also include: paid holidays, paid time off accrual, bereavement leave, voluntary life insurance, employee assistance program, prescription services discounts/delivery, prescription mail order, flexible spending accounts, 403(b) Retirement Savings Plan with employer contribution, short term & long term disability insurance, voluntary accident insurance, critical illness insurance, and professional liability insurance.
• Aside from insurance, we also offer additional benefits including a rewarding and supportive environment, advancement opportunities, tuition reimbursement, scholarships, relocation assistance, free Colleague Fitness Center membership, other professional growth opportunities, discounts and fun events!
Retail Sales Associate
Lesprit/Elle is a women's apparel and home accessories shop in Harbor Springs. We are looking for part time sales associates. Hours and days are very flexible. Fun shop, discounts, good starting salary.
Health Care Aide/Caregiver
Harbor Care Associates is seeking a compassionate, effervescent, dependable companion/caregiver for a young woman in the Boyne Falls area. This position would be three days a week (Tuesday, Thursday, Friday) and one Saturday per month. A valid driver’s license and reliable car are essential. Responsibilities include- Attending multiple types of therapies, outings with client, and following procedures outlined in care. Please visit www.harborcareassociates.com to fill out an application and send resume to email@example.com. For further questions please call our office at 231-922-1377.
Weekend Cook Wanted
Food Service Assistants are responsible for the preparation and serving of all meals. Arranges food and beverage items for the purpose of serving them to clients and staff in an efficient manner. Attends meetings, in-service training, workshops, etc. for the purpose of gathering information required to perform job functions. Cleans utensils, equipment, storage areas, food preparation and serving areas for the purpose of maintaining required sanitary conditions. Interacts with all clients, staff and client family members in a positive and helpful manner.
Responsibilities and Duties:
• Work under the supervision of the Director of Dining Services using standardized procedures; providing information and/or advising others; and operating within a defined budget.
• Responsible for performing a variety of client, cafeteria and catering services functions that may include client visitation tray assembly, distribution and service, general sanitation, cleaning and use of kitchen equipment and pantries.
• Maintain the highest standards of cleanliness and safety in the kitchen.
• Ensures all meeting rooms and bathrooms that will service the meals are stocked, cleaned and available for scheduled use.
• Maintains an acceptable attendance record and is punctual.
Seeking an enthusiastic and energetic Construction Manager who is passionate about helping people and building homes! Must be hands on, a people person, and excited to work with a dynamic and collaborative team! Please see our website for details -- http://www.northwestmihabitat.org/employment and apply by sending your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 22nd.
Auto & Boat detailing
45°N. Management is offering temporary, part time work, detailing autos and boats in Harbor Springs. We offer a good wage and are willing to work around your college schedule. If you are interested in working in a growing business, we might be the perfect fit while you are attending North Central.
If you are interested please call 231-412-0745 today!
Family Services Coordinator
Seeking a dedicated and energetic Family Services Coordinator who is passionate about helping people obtain safe and affordable housing! Must be caring, a people person, organized, and excited to work with a dynamic and collaborative team! Please see our website for details -- http://www.northwestmihabitat.org/employment and apply by submitting your resume and cover to email@example.com by September 29th.
The Charlevoix County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office is seeking candidates for the position of part-time legal/administrative assistant. This position is for 20 hours a week.
Interested individuals should forward a cover letter, resume and job application by Friday, September 22, 2017 to Allen Telgenhof, Charlevoix County Prosecuting Attorney, either by mail to 301 State Street, Charlevoix, Michigan 49720; e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by fax to (231) 547-7262.
Applications are available online at http://www.charlevoixcounty.org/jobs.asp. Legal experience is preferred. Charlevoix County is an equal opportunity employer.
RESIDENTIAL ADVOCATE: Great full time opportunity for applicants interested in working at NCCMHs 24-hour crisis treatment program. This position supports adults experiencing a mental health crisis. This is a full time day-afternoon shift. Must have flexibility to work occasional midnight shifts. Mandatory every other weekend. Must have good driving record. Training is provided. Pay range $12.14-16.70. Full time with Medical/Dental/Vision/Life/Generous paid time off. Apply at http://www.norcocmh.org/job_postings.html E.O.E.
JOB SUMMARY: The Residential Advocate functions in the North Country Residential treatment program by providing assistance and support to residents. This involves assisting residents in the areas affected by their crisis/episode of mental illness such as grooming, dress, and more advanced self-help skills such as participation in social activities, verbal communication, money handling, and meal preparation. The RA participates with residents in a wide range of therapeutic experiences including skills groups, individual activities, problem solving, and obtaining resources. The RA is an integral part of the team and participates in team, staff, and in-service meetings.
1.Supports residents in the achievement of goals and stabilization according to the Crisis Residential treatment plan.
2.Serves as a role model to residents in order to promote healthy adult role functioning.
3.Assists and supports the resident in basic and advances self-care skills
4.Participates with the resident in therapeutic social, recreational, and task oriented activities while maintaining appropriate therapeutic relationships.
5.Offers input for treatment planning, activities, and provides individualized therapeutic experiences for each resident.
6.Observes, records and reports any physical symptoms, and reactions or changes in the mental condition of residents to supervisor/RN immediately.
7.Records observations in the resident’s progress notes and on the data sheet.
8.Administers and records medication following the established policies and procedures.
9.Maintains a safe environment by utilizing approved crisis intervention techniques and accesses emergency protocols during critical incidents.
10.Utilizes crisis intervention techniques and active listening skills to assist the resident to achieve stabilization and readjustment to the community.
11.Attends and participates in staff, team, and in-service trainings.
12.Provides First Aid and necessary emergency treatment as prescribed.
13.Position requires certification in CPI (intervention techniques).
14.Perform all areas of job description without any physical restrictions, which would include lifting bending, and stretching.
15.Is alert and awake during entire scheduled working hours.
16.Reports to supervisor any situation that poses a potential violation of abuse or neglect.
17.Transports consumers to and from appointments, Clubhouse, etc.
18.Maintains home cleanliness by performing housekeeping chores, and assists in laundry and cooking.
Education: Possess a high school diploma or equivalent.
Experience: Prior experience in human services. Computer skills.
Other: Satisfactory completion of training to meet requirements of regulating bodies, and demonstrated ability to apply such training to the work environment. Lived experiences with behavioral health issues are valued.
Ability to walk, bend, stand, sit, lift, drive, stretch/reach, hear, see, hand/finger dexterity. Must be free of physical limitations. Obtain a pre-employment physical examination as required by DSS licensing and pass the Licensing Record Clearance process (DSS 1326).
•Must be current in Adult CPR and First Aid.
•Must be current in Non-Violent Crisis Intervention (CPI).
•Be at least 18 years of age and able to transport consumers in agency vehicles.
•Have own phone
•Have reliable transportation in carrying out agency duties
•Possess a valid Michigan driver’s license and have a satisfactory driving record.
•Ability to work within guidelines of the code of conduct, regulatory compliance plan and personnel policies
•Supports a philosophy of service delivery that is recovery-based, person centered and culturally competent
•Irregular hours will be necessary
Huron Pines AmeriCorps Members
Huron Pines AmeriCorps is a program that places college graduates for a 10-month term of full-time volunteer service with conservation organizations across Michigan. Through service Huron Pines AmeriCorps members gain real‐world experience, networking and training opportunities and field skills to help them develop as leaders in conservation. Members also receive attractive benefits including a living stipend, health coverage and, upon completing their service, an education award to pursue advanced degrees or courses. Huron Pines AmeriCorps is a program of Huron Pines and is supported in part by the Corporation for National and Community Service, Michigan Community Service Commission, Huron Pines and contributions from host sites.
Key holder/sales associate
Seeking a positive, enthusiastic individual that is interested in fashion and enjoys working with the public
Employee Relations Specialist
Job Summary: Under the supervision of the HR Manager provide human resources support and communication to both management and team members in the areas of employee advocacy, tribal and federal laws, policies and procedures, retention, internal investigations, and grievances. Ensuring Team Member relations are in accordance with the enterprises goals and objectives, focusing on sensitivity and responsiveness to the team member and management. Responsible for conducting investigations regarding alleged incidents of inappropriate conduct ranging from but not limited to policy violations, bias and harassment, and acts of dishonesty and determining the appropriate investigation tactics. Acts as an advisor to management and team members to reduce company-wide risk by helping to resolve employee matters that have not been resolved in their own departments. Acts as a strategic partner, counseling leadership on best practices and collaborating with HR team members to come to resolution within all departments. Responsible for the coordination and facilitation of all Enterprise-wide Employee activities under the direction of HR Management and with the support of the HR Team. Actively models and emphasizes the core values in the performance of all duties.
Minimum Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years old. Bachelor’s degree plus three (3) years’ work experience in employee relations or as an HR Generalist; or an Associate’s degree and five (5) years of experience in employee relations or as an HR Generalist. A minimum of one (1) year in the casino or hospitality industry is required. Must have technical understanding and demonstrated experience of applicable Tribal and/or Federal employment and labor laws. Demonstrated ability to conduct advanced professional investigations and develop sound conclusions. Demonstrated ability to prepare comprehensive reports, speak and write effectively. Ability to maintain confidential information is essential. Honesty, integrity, and strong knowledge of HR principles and employee relations skills. Ability to multi-task and work under tight deadlines. Organized and prompt follow up skills necessary. Must have highly developed interpersonal skills for dealing with sensitive, emotional, or potentially controversial interpersonal situations. Must be flexible with shifts and days off.
Apply online at www.odawacasino.com
Public Health Nursing positions
HEALTH DEPARTMENT OF NORTHWEST MICHIGAN
Two Public Health Nurse Positions Available -
One part time position in Emmet County, and one full time position in Charlevoix County
These are challenging and rewarding positions working with pregnant women and families with young children. Public Health Nurses conduct WIC & Immunization clinics and are involved with the Charlevoix and Emmet communities at large.
Nursing experience in pediatrics, obstetrics or community health nursing is preferred but not required. Must hold a current license to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Michigan. BSN preferred. A valid driver’s license and automobile insurance are also required.
We offer day shifts (occasional evenings) with no weekends or holidays, competitive wages, generous time off, and an excellent benefit plan.
If you are interested in nursing that focuses on education and making a difference in the lives of families, send your resume to email@example.com by September 11, 2017.
Temporary Inventory Assistant
Part Time, Temporary Inventory Assistant needed in Petoskey, MI. 20/hrs per week Thurs-Saturday. $11.00/HR for approximately 2 Months. This is a semi-professional environment-casual dress required.
Assistant Teacher for Great Start Readiness Program serving four year olds that runs September-May. Applicant must have knowledge of child development and ability to relate to young children. Apply at Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI EOE
Northern Lakes Economic Alliance is seeking to a hire a part-time administrative/communications assistant. We are looking for someone with a passion for writing, website design, social media, and creative marketing. We are looking for someone with a mature demeanor that would understand the importance of maintaining a professional environment and the confidentiality that comes with working for our organization. Some of their main tasks would be:
-Creation of public communications including newsletters, success stories, press releases, and other items as needed.
-Management of website content and social media accounts.
-Assistance to office and field staff. (typing, calls, meeting
scheduling, general office activities, etc)
Cashier-clerk – friendly and dependable with great customer service, sales experience, ability to multi-task and engage with customers. 24 to 32 hours per week 9-5:30. A job with a purpose; Gold Mine revenues support essential Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan services. Apply at WRCNM main office, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey. EOE
Maintenance Person/Driver to handle minor maintenance projects, help with garbage/recycling which includes repetitive lifting, examine donated electrical items and drive truck to pick up larger resale donations. Must be a multi-tasker, problem-solver with a positive “can do” attitude. Approximately 3 days/week including Saturdays. Ability to lift 50 pounds and valid driver’s license necessary. Apply at WRCNM main office, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey. EOE
Teaching Assistant for year-round educational center offering preschool and school-age programming. Applicant must have knowledge of child development and ability to relate to young children. No phone inquiries. Apply at Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey EOE
The Charlevoix Area Community Pool is looking for lifeguards. We can provide Lifeguard Certification training with the potential for reimbursement for those hired! Email Kathy with questions and to apply. www.charlevoixpool.org
AmeriCorps Member Financial Education Northern Homes Boyne City
*7 month term working part time at 32 hours average per week
Facilitate financial education classes
•Build partnerships with organizations to provide financial education classes
•Plan and implement community resource fairs
•Plan and lead a community service project
•Develop and host a community Show Me the Money Day event
•Act as the intake specialist for clients facing foreclosure
•Collect data from Foreclosure Counseling clients
•Provide clerical support to the housing counselor
•Be a US Citizen
•Must be 18 years of age of 17 with parents’ permission
•Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
•Must pass a criminal and sex offender background check
Living stipend and education award granted for being an AmeriCorps Member.
Policy Team Fall Intern - Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council
Policy Team Fall Intern - Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council
All of the proposed activities will expose the intern to public affairs issues related to water quality, protection, and use. Additionally, the intern will examine policy-making processes at the Great Lakes Basin-wide and Michigan statewide levels, in relation to on-going water topics and debates. Finally, they will also be exposed to decision making concepts at the local government level, and efforts to enact new or stronger ordinances where needed. The work includes direct experience with government regulations, legislative concerns, public affairs, and public service.
Policy Research and Formation—Assist with a major effort in the Elk River Chain of Lakes to do social indicator surveys related to water protection with watershed residents, shoreline property owners, and local officials. Help with implementing existing watershed management plans across a four-county area. Assist with research, steering committee meetings, and local government advocacy related to impacts from septic systems, including passing local ordinances. Additional tasks may involve climate change work, the state wetland program, issues related to High Volume Hydraulic Fracturing, and oil & gas pipelines including Enbridge Line 5.
Grassroots Advocacy— Assist with preparations, attend and take minutes for meetings related to implementing local watershed management plans in four counties. Assist with regular updates and website management of our Local Activist Network – the Aquavists. Help organize turn out to local government meetings; work with groups to do letters to the editor or other actions required for support of the issues at stake.
Education & Outreach—Help with the logistics and public outreach necessary to conduct various large events. Attend events (such as lake and river clean-ups, lake association summits, water resource field trips, and festivals). Gather information for press releases. Write articles for Watershed Council and lake association newsletters. Assist with targeted mailings and outreach.
Miscellaneous— Assist in research needed for analysis of various issues; perform other duties as requested.
Qualifications: Must be pursuing or have a degree in Political Science or Public Policy; Environmental Studies, or similar field; possess strong written and verbal skills, and have a valid driver’s license. Prior experience with grassroots organizing or policy research is a plus. Strong computer skills are also required, including familiarity with Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Submit a cover letter and resume. This is an unpaid internship but may also be done to obtain college credit. This is ideal for someone taking off a semester, or for an independent study. Anticipated work dates are late August to mid-December. Start and end dates are flexible. Number of hours per week is flexible.
Dr. Grenetta Thomassey, Program Director at (231) 347-1181, ext. 118, firstname.lastname@example.org
Monitoring and Research Director Job Description
Monitoring and Research Director Job Description
Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council
PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Coordinate Monitoring Programs and Projects
Comprehensive Water Quality Monitoring Program: collect field data, arrange for laboratory analyses, maintain equipment, input data, analyze data, and write reports.
Volunteer Lake, Stream, and Avian Botulism Monitoring Programs: recruit and train volunteers, implement and update quality assurance plan practices, collect field data, arrange for laboratory analyses, maintain equipment, input data, analyze data, and write reports.
Invasive Species Monitoring Projects: organize projects, train personnel, coordinate fieldwork, input and analyze data, develop maps, and write reports.
Contract Service Monitoring Projects: organize and implement monitoring projects for lake associations, local governments and others, input and analyze data, and write reports.
Coordinate Surveys, Inventories, and Research Studies
Project Development: work with lake associations, local governments, academic institutions, and others to determine survey, inventory and study needs, develop proposals, and procure funding.
Project Coordination: coordinate and implement projects, including shoreline surveys, aquatic plant surveys, hydrological studies, stormwater monitoring, etc.
Data and Reports: analyze project data, write reports, and provide recommendations for follow-up activities.
Plan Development and Updates: assist with development and updates of watershed management plans, provide support for watershed planning groups.
Plan Implementation: work with stakeholders to implement plans; develop project ideas, identify and procure funding, and collaborate with partners to carry out projects.
GIS (Geographical Information System) Management
Software and Equipment Maintenance: determine needs, make arrangements for acquisition, install and update programs.
Training: keep up to date with latest software applications and new technologies, read tutorials and attend trainings when necessary and available.
Data Acquisition and Management: research data availability at the national, state, and local levels, acquire appropriate data layers to build and expand GIS databank, regularly update data layers, and document data with metadata or other tools.
Develop Data Layers and Maps: develop data layers and maps for watershed management plans, field surveys, inventories, and other projects as needed. Create metadata for data layers developed in house.
Spatial Analyses: develop processes and perform spatial analyses (e.g., parcel prioritization for permanent land protection), in collaboration with other entities or GIS professionals as needed.
Network and Collaborate: maintain open communications and encourage resource (knowledge and data) sharing and project collaboration with GIS professionals in other local, regional, and partner organizations and agencies.
Grant Proposals and Projects
Grant Proposals: Review requests for proposals, work with other staff to develop appropriate project ideas, and assist with writing and submitting proposals.
Grant Projects: implement grant projects, coordinating with other staff as necessary.
Grant Reporting: work with other staff to write and submit quarterly reports, as well as final grant reports.
Presentations: develop and deliver presentations to lake associations, watershed management committees, project partners, service clubs, and others as needed.
Newsletters and Publications: develop ideas and write articles for the Watershed Council newsletter, write articles for lake association newsletters and other entities upon request, assist with brochure development and other publications.
Media Relations: write press releases for projects and issues, provide materials and edits for website, perform interviews for newspaper, radio, and television.
Citizen Inquiries: field phone calls from members and the public, attend to office visitors, and serve as an ambassador of the Watershed Council.
Interoffice Communications: keep coworkers informed of projects and issues, maintain open channels of communication to facilitate collaborative project development.
Staff Management: attend staff and board meetings, participate in organizational planning and development, and supervise interns and other volunteers.
Fundraising: assist with development of fundraising projects and participate in fund-raising activities.
Policy Team Assistance: assist Policy and Advocacy staff with issues, providing monitoring and survey data, maps and spatial assessments, and scientific knowledge.
Professional Development: keep current in water resource management and related fields by reading relevant publications, researching subjects on the Internet, attending conferences, trainings and classes as available and necessary.
Qualifications: Master’s degree in aquatic science or related field or a bachelor’s degree and five years of experience in water resource management; excellent written and verbal communications skills; and demonstrated proficiency with computers and relevant software, as well as project management and staff supervision. Knowledge of Northern Michigan’s waters a plus. Willingness to work long hours in field season a must.
Application Procedure: Send resume and cover letter to Gail Gruenwald, Executive Director, Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council, 426 Bay St., Petoskey, MI 49770, or email at email@example.com. Applications are due 10/2/2017. Start date is 11/27/17. Salary commensurate with experience.
Entry Level Carpet Cleaner
Applicant must have some experience cleaning carpets. Must be available for full time work and must have amazing customer service skills. Pay will be based on experience, but no less than $12.00/hr. to start.
Call 231-347-9500 to apply today.
Job Type: Full-time
This position is sorting and inspecting lightweight aluminum parts.
Shift: 6am - 6pm, Monday - Friday
Pay: $10/hr, weekly
This is a temporary position but could become full time for the right candidate. Call 231-347-9500 to apply today!
Work only 15 days a month, earn full time wages!
Shift: 8:00pm - 8:00am. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & every other Saturday.
Health, Vision, Dental Insurance, profit sharing & tuition reimbursement available after probationary period.
Must have steel toed boots and some factory experience.
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $10.50 /hour
Independence Villages of Petoskey is Hiring - Flexible Scheduling
IV in Petoskey is looking for FUN, dependable, energetic individuals to fill CAREGIVER and NURSING ASSISTANT positions.
Flexible Hours and Competitive Pay is GREAT for individuals in school or those looking for a CAREER they LOVE.
As a Nursing Assistant you are responsible for providing caring and personalized assistance for residents in a senior living community.
Completion of daily/weekly tasks as assigned by the wellness coordinator as well as assisting others routinely with their assignments if needed.
Will provide compassionate and competent care for residents by performing the following services:
Bathing, showering and grooming assistance
Serves and collects food trays; assist residents with dining
Provides wheelchair and walking escorts
Provides toileting and incontinence care assistance
Provides meal, activity, and medication reminder assistance
Provides wake up and turn down service
Performs upkeep of resident rooms
Answers resident call signals
Employee Relations Specialist
Job Summary: Under the supervision of the HR Manager provide human resources support and communication to both management and team members in the areas of employee advocacy, tribal and federal laws, policies and procedures, retention, internal investigations, and grievances. Ensuring Team Member relations are in accordance with the enterprises goals and objectives, focusing on sensitivity and responsiveness to the team member and management. Responsible for conducting investigations regarding alleged incidents of inappropriate conduct ranging from but not limited to policy violations, bias and harassment, and acts of dishonesty and determining the appropriate investigation tactics. Acts as an advisor to management and team members to reduce company-wide risk by helping to resolve employee matters that have not been resolved in their own departments. Acts as a strategic partner, counseling leadership on best practices and collaborating with HR team members to come to resolution within all departments. Responsible for the coordination and facilitation of Enterprise-wide Employee activities under the direction of HR Management and with the support of the HR Team. Actively models and emphasizes the core values in the performance of all duties.
Must be at least 18 years old. Bachelor’s degree plus three (3) years’ work experience in Human Resources, preferable in employee relations; or an Associate’s degree and five (5) years of experience in Human Resources, preferably in employee relations; or a High School Diploma and seven (7) years of experience in Human Resources, preferably in employee relations. A minimum of one (1) year in the casino or hospitality industry is required. Must have technical understanding and demonstrated experience of applicable Tribal and/or Federal employment and labor laws. Demonstrated ability to conduct advanced professional investigations and develop sound conclusions. Demonstrated ability to prepare comprehensive reports, speak and write effectively. Ability to maintain confidential information is essential. Honesty, integrity, and strong knowledge of HR principles and employee relations skills. Ability to multi-task and work under tight deadlines. Organized and prompt follow up skills necessary. Must have highly developed interpersonal skills for dealing with sensitive, emotional, or potentially controversial interpersonal situations. Must be flexible with shifts and days off. You may be required to pass a skills assessment test to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications of the position. Exposure to loud and continual noise levels and a smoke filled environment. Must maintain confidentiality at all times. Must be able to obtain a gaming license in accordance to the regulations established by the LTBB Gaming Regulatory Commission.
Apply online at www.odawacasino.com