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Boat Detailers Full & Part time Opportunities

45°North Management Harbor Springs

Would you like to spend your summer outside, on the water and get paid for being there? 45°North is looking for energetic, outgoing employees to detail boats.

Experience is a plus and can move you towards a leadership role but it is not required. We have crew leaders who will share their knowledge and train you. Buffing and Waxing experience would be another plus.

If you are a team player, enthusiastic, resourceful and enjoy being outside consider a position for the 2018 summer season with us. Our employees return summers throughout their college experiences. Join our crew!


www.nym.com to fill out an application, 231-412-0745 or send and email to info@45nym.com
01/22/2018

RN/LPN/Graduate Nurse

Are you a nursing graduate or a licensed nurse who is ready for a change? Grandvue Medical Care Facility offers schedules designed to fit your lifestyle, benefits within 30 days of hire for full time staff, a generous paid time off package and the opportunity to use your critical thinking and leadership skills. Grandvue’s staffing levels are among the highest in the state, allowing you time to build relationships with Residents, families and other care partners. Full, part time and relief positions available.

Please apply at 1728 S. Peninsula Road, East Jordan; download our application at www.grandvue.org or call Jane Korthase at 231.536.2286 with questions or to schedule a tour.
01/22/2018

Nurse Manager (RN or LPN)

Independence Village of Petoskey

The Nurse Manager (Wellness Director) is responsible for the overall direction, administration and coordination of clinical resident care services by delivering a 1440 experience, optimizing performance, and leading employee connections within our community.

Required Experience:
• Licensed Nurse Practitioner (LPN) or Registered Nurse (RN) registered within the State preferred. Assisted Living/Memory Care experience preferred.
• Leadership experience preferred.
• Proven ability to manage revenue and financials successfully.
• Ability to work successfully through complex issues; problem solve.

Responsibilities:
• Lead, manage, and overall accountability for your team and their performance.
• Responsible for ensuring right care, at the right price with the right staff.
• Understanding and leading to our 1440 care standards.
• Ability to translate how our organizational, community and wellness goals relate to our team, staff and residents.
• Leading relationships with fellow community leaders and external partners by meeting and following through on action items.

Other Key Responsibilities:
• Own the relationships with your Executive Director and Sales Team and market wellness throughout the community by increasing, visibility, credibility and trust.
• Perform admission and ongoing evaluations of residents quarterly, upon return from Hospital or skilled environment, or change of condition (initiate care conference) and use this information to set measurable goals and outcomes for residents that meet the physical, mental, and psychosocial needs.
• Communication of all emergency policies and provision of updated information to staff.
• Work toward continual improvement of the overall organization.
• Available to work a flexible schedule including on call, weekends, and holidays when necessary.
• Perform other duties as assigned

Skills for Success:
• Applies knowledge of our business and competition to advance organization.
• Manages complex situations.
• Focus on 1440 Care.
• Drives Results.
• Plans, schedules and prioritizes to meet community needs.
• Builds effective teams.
• Manages conflict while minimizing drama.
• Shares a vision and strategy that motivates others to action.
• Relates openly and comfortably with diverse groups of people.
• Understands our organizational structure and navigates through policies, regulations, functional, community and home office team relationships.
• Communicates clearly and frequently.
• Steps up to address difficult issues, saying what needs to be said.
• Open to try new things and learns from successes and failures.

We have developed an environment that attracts dreamers, adventurers, creators, givers and believers to seek career opportunities with us. We find people who believe that true happiness is only found in the service of others. We want high-performers with diverse skill-sets and big hearts. We treat each other as family and find that close collaboration creates the biggest ideas.

We have comprehensive benefit packages that include health, dental, vision, 401(k), income protection, and extraordinary work-life benefits.

Apply online: https://www.independencevillages.com/careers

Valerie Woodward vwoodward@csigholding.com
01/22/2018

Retail Team Member - Memorial Day through Labor Day - 2 locations

Irish Boat Shop specializes in getting people out on the water, we help people learn to wakeboard, enjoy paddle boarding, and play with their boats -- and look good while doing it! Join us for a fulfilling, fast-paced, summer season selling products that help people from all over the U.S. get out on the water.

As a Retail Team Member in Harbor Springs or Charlevoix, you will provide every customer with a great shopping experience by delivering exceptional customer service and expert knowledge of our top-of-the-line product. This may be the job for you if:

You like learning new things and talking to others about the things you learn. You like working with people - both customers and employees. If you don't know the answer, you will dig until you find it.

You enjoy executing a clearly communicated plan. You take pride in seeing the details and being counted on to accomplish tasks. You get excited about small successes.

You like to keep busy. You know the importance of a clean, organized store and aren't above any task.

To join our team, you will have some work experience that relates to people and customer service.

You need to have to be able to count money back to customers without a machine and to demonstrate positive communication skills. You will have a flexible schedule and be willing to work from Memorial Day through Labor Day holidays. We offer you a great working environment and your co-workers have fun while getting things done.

Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Kohler, Human Resources Manager, Irish Boat Shop.

Laura Kohler: lkkohler@IrishBoatShop.com
01/18/2018

Caregivers and CNAs

Companion / Caregiver
Independence Village of Petoskey

Have you always wanted to explore a career in health care? Not a CNA?
Independence Village of Petoskey has the perfect opportunity for you!

As a Companion / Caregiver you are responsible for providing caring and companionship for residents in a senior living community.

Required Experience:
-High School Diploma or GED preferred.
-Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certification not required.
-Previous Healthcare, Geriatrics or experience working with the elderly population preferred, but not required.
-Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
-Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions -furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.

Primary Responsibilities:
-Will provide compassionate and competent care for residents by providing 1-on-1 companionship.
-Provide assistance with de-escalating behaviors.
-Completion of daily/weekly tasks as assigned by the wellness coordinator as well as assisting others routinely with their assignments if needed.
-Participate in Life Enrichment activities
-Other related duties as assigned

If you or anyone you know is interested, please visit www.independencevillages.com/careers and apply!

vwoodward@csigholding.com
01/18/2018

Marketing Coordinator

Top 10 traits of an EXCEPTIONAL Marketing Coordinator (in no particular order):

1) Team Player -- you don't work alone, none of us do. Success is achieved because each member of the team contributes, you are humble enough to know this and seek out collaborative opportunities.

2) Big Picture Thinker -- details are important, they are a must in your job. And you have the ability to step back and make sure our mission is always at the center of what you do.

3) Enthusiastic -- you sweat passion, it is in everything you say and do.

4) Great Storyteller -- you can emotionally connect people to our products and services, you make people feel and that keeps them coming back.

5) Resourceful -- you have to figure out our audience (in all three locations), then know them. You find out what they like, where they go, what they do, and what they NEED from us.

6) Loyal -- you have to live our brand, not just work for us. It's part of who you are, this lifestyle, then defend it!

7) Adaptable -- when there is a kink in the chain, even though you planned every detail, you make it happen.

8) A Sales Person -- you can communicate clearly and tell someone why they NEED our products and why they want to be a part of the lifestyle we sell even before they know it.

9) Creative -- we don't want to do it the same as it has always been done, you will see potential where we don't and you will convince us to think outside the box. You will be willing to take risks and to generate ideas that you put into action.

10) Independent -- you will take the vision and execute, you will fill the gaps and run with ideas.

Irish Boat Shop specializes in getting people out on the water, we help people learn to wakeboard, enjoy paddle boarding, and play with their boats -- and look good while doing it! We are a successful Northern Michigan legacy, we offer an impressive compensation package and the ability to work with amazing people who have fun at work while getting the job done.

You will have:

* a Degree or Certificates in Marketing or related field

* the ability to demonstrate a wide array of social media content that promotes products and/or services

* at least one year of work experience in a marketing role or related field

Send the following videos to Laura Kohler, Human Resources Manager at Irish Boat Shop, to apply:

* 2 minute video introducing yourself

* 2 minute video promoting Irish Boat Shop

Help us get people out on the water!

Laura Kohler: lkkohler@IrishBoatShop.com
01/18/2018

Patient Access Representative

The Patient Access Representative is responsible for completing tasks in pertaining to registration, financial clearance, insurance verification, cashier, etc. The Patient Access Representative is often the first person to interact with the patient and family; providing a critical first representation of McLaren Northern Michigan. If you have a superior level of customer service and the ability to always greet our patients with a smile, whether on the phone or face-to-face, this is the perfect position for you!

McLaren Northern Michigan could be the path for you.

Please visit us at www.northernhealth.org to learn more about our opportunities.

Sarah Whittaker 231.487.7426
01/18/2018

Assistant Store Manager - Seasonal - 2 locations

Irish Boat Shop specializes in getting people out on the water, we help people learn to wakeboard, enjoy paddle boarding, and play with their boats -- and look good while doing it! Join us for a fulfilling, fast-paced, six-month season selling top-of-the-line products that help people from all over the U.S. get out on the water.

As the Assistant Store Manager in Harbor Springs or Charlevoix, you will assist the Store Manager with the general operations of the store and the dockage staff. This may be the job for you if:

You think on your feet. You like learning new things and can teach those things to others. When things change, you roll with it and don't let it ruin your day.

You like working with people - both customers and employees. You enjoy having a plan and having the freedom to execute the plan. You can take a vision, then inspire and lead others to make it happen.

You enjoy following specific procedures to keep things organized and moving forward. You are motivated and driven. You like the details. As far as you are concerned, anything worth doing is worth doing well.

You make the most of the time you have and will take ownership of the store's success, adding to the Boat Shop's legacy of getting people on the water.

To join our team, you need to have some retail experience and basic understanding of retail management techniques. You will have the ability to demonstrate excellent customer service skills and teach these skills to others. You will have the confidence to hold others accountable to expectations. We offer you a great working environment and your co-workers have fun while getting things done.

Send a cover letter and resume to Laura Kohler, Human Resources Manager, Irish Boat Shop.

Job Types: Full-time, Temporary

Laura Kohler: lkkohler@IrishBoatShop.com
01/18/2018

Banquet Server

Job Summary: Provides professional service in banquet rooms, kitchens, off-site venues and at any location banquet services are required.
Minimum Qualifications: Must be able to read, write legibly, understand and speak English. Must be 18 years of age or older. Must have one year experience as a server or one year experience in a support role in a hotel or restaurant banquet or catering department. Flexibility with available shifts and days off preferred (shifts often include nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as needed).
APPLY ONLINE AT www.odawacasino.com

Liz Rice 231-439-5380
01/17/2018

Guest Services Representative

Job SUMMARY: Primary responsibilities include helping guests to sign up for and utilize the benefits for Players' Club, greeting and processing groups and buses, and assisting with promotions and special events.
APPLY ONLINE AT www.odawacasino.com

Liz Rice 231-439-5380
01/17/2018

Avionics Internship / Job Opportunity

This position is a paid opportunity for candidates that would be interested in learning and working on large Commercial Aircraft. I am looking for an individual with an electronic or computer background that would be willing to learn and work in a thriving industry. The position is located in Oscoda, Michigan and is ready to start immediately. If you are interested feel free to reach out to me anytime for more information. Email tyler.alda@stsaerostaff.com.

Tyler Alda, STS Aerostaff Services, 800-800-2400 ext. 8902
01/16/2018

Cashier

General Statement of Job

Under general supervision, this position is responsible for processing cash/credit transactions for the store. They will greet customers; conduct transactions, answer questions and suggestive sell customer service items. They will graciously handle customer returns and concerns. They will answer the phone in a timely manner. They will perform related duties as assigned. This position reports to the Store/General Manager.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities

Essential Job Functions

• Acknowledge and greet customers that are within a close (ten-foot) radius or ten seconds of arriving where the associate is working.

• Answer customer questions and make product recommendations when appropriate.

• Listen to the customer to determine the needs and wants of the customer.

• Treat customers and associates better than they expect.

• Achieve excellent customer service. Correctly handle all register transactions.

• Suggest usage of West Marine promotional programs and services with each applicable sale.

• Actively participate in all programs and procedures that can drive sales.

• Answer the telephone within three rings.

• Work with the store/general manager to resolve customer complaints and concerns in a timely manner.

• Work with associates to achieve Store’s sales plan.

• Ensure the store is neat, clean and organized throughout each business day.

• Work with fellow associates to maintain that Asset Protection standards are met all the time.

• Acknowledge by signature that weekly “Store Bulletin” has been read. (Store information flyer.)

Additional Job Functions

• Participate in store opening and store closing duties.

• Have the ability to wear and communicate through a headset.

• Work with associates to achieve a high “Matinee Review” score through excellent customer service, product knowledge and follow through.

• Performs related duties as required.


Minimum Training and Experience

Good communication skills a must. Math skills, computer skills and 10-key helpful. Must be able to work a standard workday as set by West Marine. Must be able to lift 40 pounds to shoulder height unassisted. Must have a flexible schedule and be able to work evenings, weekends and holidays.

Expectations of Employment

Associate Relations Communication
Job Knowledge Decision Making Initiative
Planning/Organization Action Orientation
Dependability Teamwork
Ethics Safety


DISCLAIMER: This job description is not an employment agreement or contract. Management has the exclusive right to alter this job description at any time without notice.

To apply go to WestMarine.com/careers

Tom Dryer - (231) 348-7558
01/16/2018

Congressional Intern

The Office of Congresswoman Brenda L. Lawrence seeks motivated, detail-oriented, and energetic interns in our Southfield and Detroit offices. Qualified applicants should have strong interpersonal skills, the ability to manage multiple tasks, possess strong writing skills, and demonstrate a solid work ethic. Duties may include, but are not limited to, assisting legislative staff with research, answering and screening telephone calls, participating in congressional events, and drafting constituent correspondence on a variety of issues.
Interested applicants should email a resume and cover letter, indicating expected dates and availability, to Internship Coordinator Mike McGuinness at michael.mcguinness@mail.house.gov – he can also be reached by telephone at (248) 356-2052.
Congresswoman Lawrence represents Michigan’s 14th Congressional District. She serves on the House Transportation & Infrastructure and Oversight & Government Reform Committees, and serves as Vice Chair of the Congressional Caucus for Women’s Issues and Secretary of the Congressional Black Caucus.

Michael.McGuinness@mail.house.gov
01/16/2018

Jr. IT Analyst

The Junior IT Analyst will be a valuable member of the VSC Team. The Programmer Analyst improves organizational processes and performance through Information Technology, and solves organizational information problems or exploits new opportunities by gathering requirements, designing, developing, testing, and deployment of software solutions. Works independently and as a member of a team to develop software and systems tailored to support business needs.


Key Duties:
• Research and analysis for IT Project and Process improvement request issues as needed
• Coordinate application development for multiple projects.
• Assist in troubleshooting software application issues.
• IT analysts must brainstorm and form effective solutions to business problems.
• Update corporate Intranet site as applicable.
• Other administrative and special tasks as assigned.


Requirements:
• Previous Customer Service skills, i.e., working a Help Desk or any other service industry experience, even as an intern or in a student role (computer lab, etc.)
• Strong people skills
• Attention to detail, good analytical and problem-solving skills
• Must be reliable, professional, and a good team player
• Excellent communication skills (phone, email, chat, in person, etc.)
• Working knowledge of Google Office Suite (Docs, Sheets, etc.) & Microsoft Office Suite
• Strong organizational skills
• 10-12 weekly hours with ½ to be within a M-F 8am to 6pm window.


Preferred Skills:
• Relational Database experience - MS Access, MS SQL Server.
• Keenly motivated to learn new technologies/software especially Javascript, Python, HTML5/CSS, C++, C# and SQL.
• Actively working towards a degree in computer science, programming, systems administration, or a related field preferred.
• Strong creative problem solving skills.

This is a paid remote position!


To apply, please go to http://VSolvit.com/apply/part-time.php and fill out our Web Application form. Once you have completed this form, please send your resume to vsc@VSolvit.com.

vsc@vsolvit.com
01/11/2018

Jr. GIS Analyst

The Jr. GIS Analyst’s primary role is helping to implement Geographic Information Systems (GIS) solutions. The Jr. GIS Analyst also plays a supporting role in related non-GIS IT projects.

This is a part time position for consistently 10-12 hours per week.


Key Responsibilities:
• Data cleanup
• Geocoding
• MXD creation
• Data source identification and collection
• Data processing
• Various administrative tasks


Required Qualifications:
• Basic experience in GIS, geography, computer science, or a related field.
• High proficiency with basic productivity tools and software, e.g., MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
• Familiarity with current technology (social media, cloud computing, “smart” internet searching.)
• Strong analytical, quantitative, and reasoning skills.
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Ability to synthesize innovative ideas within project constraints.
• Strong willingness to learn, grow, and make a meaningful contribution to the company.


Preferred Qualifications:
• Bachelor's degree in GIS, geography, computer science, City and Regional Planning, or a related field (or actively pursuing a degree).
• 1 year working knowledge of Esri ArcGIS Desktop (ArcMap, ArcCatalog).
• Basic knowledge of Python and interaction with ESRI ArcGIS.

This is a paid remote position!


To apply, please go to http://VSolvit.com/apply/part-time.php and fill out our Web Application form. Once you have completed this form, please send your resume to vsc@VSolvit.com.

vsc@vsolvit.com
01/11/2018

Jr. QA / QC Analyst

The Jr. QA/QC Analyst’s primary role is document review and document / file consolidation and organization in support of certification procedural analysis. The Jr. Analyst also plays a supporting role in related projects. This is a part time position for approximately 10 to 12 hours per week.


Key Responsibilities:


• Document review, classification, and organization
• Data source identification and collection
• Various administrative tasks
• Combine and create process / procedural documents.


Qualifications:


• Actively pursuing a degree in a business- or science- related field.
• High proficiency with basic productivity tools and software, e.g., Google Suite, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
• Strong analytic, quantitative, and reasoning skills.
• Strong writing skills (sentence structure, grammar, punctuation.)
• Strong detail oriented approach.
• Ability to synthesize innovative ideas within project constraints.
• Strong willingness to learn, grow, and make a meaningful contribution to the company.




This is a paid remote position!


To apply, please go to http://VSolvit.com/apply/part-time.php and fill out our Web Application form. Once you have completed this form, please send your resume to vsc@VSolvit.com.

vsc@vsolvit.com
01/11/2018

Jr. Data Analyst

The Jr. Data Analyst’s primary role is to assist in various project needs such as software testing, test automation, IT solutions, and web programming. This is a part time, on-site or remote position for approximately 10-12 hours per week.


Key Responsibilities
• Writing and performing software test cases
• Coding test automation scripts
• Software development for internal tools and websites
• Assist in various IT tasks


Qualifications
• A degree in computer science, programming, or a related field (or actively pursuing a degree.)
• Knowledge of Javascript, HTML, CSS, Python or other programming languages
• High proficiency with basic productivity tools and software, e.g., MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
• Familiarity with current technology (social media, cloud computing,“smart” internet searching.)
• Strong analytic, quantitative, and reasoning skills.
• Ability to synthesize innovative ideas within project constraints.
• Strong willingness to learn, grow, and make a meaningful contribution to the company.


This is a paid remote position!


To apply, please go to http://VSolvit.com/apply/part-time.php and fill out our Web Application form. Once you have completed this form, please send your resume to vsc@VSolvit.com.

vsc@vsolvit.com
01/11/2018

Jr. Recruitment Analyst

The Jr. Recruitment Analyst’s primary role on the Recruitment Team is data analysis and strategic research as it relates to finding strong candidates for our open VSC positions from across the country. The Jr. Recruitment Analyst also plays a supporting role in related projects. This is a part-time position of approximately 10 hours per week.


Key Responsibilities:
• Work efficiently with team to complete assignments.
• Post open VSC team positions to community colleges, universities, and other locations across the country.
• Analyze applicants to identify best fit candidates for various open VSC positions.
• Support team with candidate interviewing preparations.
• Use strategic analysis to identify untapped candidate pools.
• Data/Spreadsheet analysis and clean up.
• Various administrative tasks in support of corporate needs and goals.


Required Qualifications:
• Strong proficiency with basic productivity tools and software, e.g. MS Word, Excel.
• Strong organizational, analytical, quantitative, logic and reasoning skills.
• Ability to synthesize innovative ideas within project constraints.
• Previous experience, knowledge, or education in Human Resources, Communication or Psychology areas.
• Ability to stay organized and follow through with project deadlines.
• Strong willingness to learn, grow, and make a meaningful contribution to the company.


Preferred Qualifications:
• Completion, or pursuit, of a degree in Human Resources, Communications, Psychology, or a field related to Recruitment / Customer Service area of study.
• Strong creative problem solving skills
• Strong knowledge of Google Platform (Google Sheets, Docs, Calendar, etc.)




This is a paid remote position!


To apply, please go to http://VSolvit.com/apply/part-time.php and fill out our Web Application form. Once you have completed this form, please send your resume to vsc@VSolvit.com.

vsc@vsolvit.com
01/11/2018

Jr. Marketing Analyst

VSolvit’s Solution Center (VSC) consists of 12 functional teams, supporting VSolvit’s corporate goals as a part-time remote team from across the country. The Marketing Analyst works with the VSC Marketing Team to support VSolvit’s marketing efforts. This includes competitive research, social media support, press releases, support for creating marketing materials, create and manage marketing campaigns, grants analysis, monitor day-to-day marketing performance, identify areas for improvement, and help implement changes to improve performance metric and other responsibilities as assigned. This is a part time position for consistently 10-12 hours per week.


Education/Certification: Pursuing or obtained Bachelors Degree in Communication, Business, Marketing, or related field. ​Strong verbal, written communication, and research skills.​ Experience in graphic design is a plus.​ VSolvit’s culture is fast paced and encourages innovation - potential candidates with an entrepreneurial sense are encouraged to apply.


Desired Qualifications (Required):

Professional approach to work; responsible work ethic; strong follow -up skills to communicate with team members and Team Lead when questions arise. Demonstrated ability to work independently, and to work as a supportive team player. Open to try new things, learn new skills, and take on various types of work as the corporate need arises.



This is a paid remote position!


To apply, please go to http://VSolvit.com/apply/part-time.php and fill out our Web Application form. Once you have completed this form, please send your resume to vsc@VSolvit.com.

vsc@vsolvit.com
01/11/2018

Jr. Multimedia Developer

The Jr. Multimedia Developer’s primary role is helping to develop media materials in support of IT and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) projects. The Jr. Multimedia Developer also plays a supporting role in related projects. This is a part time position for 10 hours per week.


Key Responsibilities:
• Video development and editing
• Research in related areas
• Marketing material drafting
• Social media outreach
• Various administrative tasks
• Document creation


Required Qualifications:
• Actively working towards a degree in graphic design, multimedia, computer science, or a related field (or completed degree).
• Minimum 1 year working knowledge of Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere, etc., or similar software.
• Working knowledge of basic productivity tools and software - Google Sheets and Docs, MS Word, MS Excel, PowerPoint.
• Familiarity with current technology (social media, cloud computing, “smart” internet searching.)
• Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
• Strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
• Ability to synthesize innovative ideas within project constraints.
• Strong willingness to learn, grow, and make a meaningful contribution to the company.


Preferred Qualifications:
• Experience in creating corporate videos.
• Experience with integrating audio and video timing during video editing.
• Experience creating video screen grabs.





This is a paid remote position!


To apply, please go to http://VSolvit.com/apply/part-time.php and fill out our Web Application form. Once you have completed this form, please send your resume to vsc@VSolvit.com.

vsc@vsolvit.com
01/11/2018

Jr. Copywriter

Job Description:
We are seeking writer/copy editor interns to support the VSolvit Solutions Center (VSC) in their endeavors. The Jr. Copywriter supporting role includes working on VSolvit's company newsletter, providing Quality Assurance (QA) on documents, spreadsheets, and webpages, interviewing other employees, and participation in weekly team meetings. Scheduling is flexible, but 10 hours per week are required for this part-time position.


Required Qualifications:
• Able to work efficiently and independently with a team.
• Experience in a deadline-driven writing/editorial capacity.
• Strong writing and editing skills.
• Knowledge and experience with MS Office and complex MS Word documents.
• Ability to read and analyze technical documentation to write clear, concise, and formal prose comprehensible to all readers.
• Ability to edit complex technical material into logical and comprehensible prose.
• Experience interviewing subject-matter experts (SMEs) and distilling their knowledge into logical and understandable copy is highly desired.
• Must be able to complete tasks quickly while maintaining attention to detail.
• Must be able to work in a virtual (telecommuting) environment.


Preferred Qualifications:
• Completion, or in pursuit, of a degree in English (or similar degree) with a concentration in Journalism or Technical Writing
• Ability to accurately type > 40 words per minute
• Basic understanding of Information Technology (IT)
• Experience working with formal stylebooks (e.g., MLA, Chicago, AP, GPO)
• Experience with publishing software (e.g., MS Publisher, Adobe)
• Able to work a flexible schedule to support deadline-driven proposal efforts
• Strong knowledge of Google Platform (Google Sheets, Docs, Calendar, etc.)
• Strong creative problem solving skills


This is a paid remote position!


To apply, please go to http://VSolvit.com/apply/part-time.php and fill out our Web Application form. Once you have completed this form, please send your resume to vsc@VSolvit.com.

vsc@vsolvit.com
01/11/2018

Jr. Training Analyst

The VSolvit Solutions Center (VSC) Training Team is tasked with developing and implementing Online Training for VSolvit LLC. We are a company in high-growth mode - as new needs arise, new processes are created, and our training team creates corresponding training courses to efficiently update all of our corporate employees. This is a part time position for consistently 10-12 hours per week.


Key Responsibilities:
• Creating Word / PowerPoint documents
• Updating Google Spreadsheets
• Working in our Moodle Online Learning Platform
• Attend meetings
• Email correspondence
• Various administrative tasks


Basic Qualifications:
• An interest in Training.
• An interest in Technology.
• Working knowledge with basic productivity tools and software, such as Google Sheets and Docs, MS Word, MS Excel, and PowerPoint.
• Actively pursuing a degree in computer science, programming, or a related field (or completion of a degree.)
• Familiarity with current technology (social media, cloud computing, “smart” internet searching.)
• Strong analytical, quantitative, and reasoning skills.
• Ability to synthesize innovative ideas within project constraints.
• Clear Communicator, in person and in writing.
• Entrepreneurial Attitude.
• Team Player
• Strong willingness to learn, grow, and make a meaningful contribution to the company.


Preferred:
• Advanced proficiency in Google Sheets and Docs, MS Word, MS Excel, and PowerPoint
• Experience making graphics such as screenshots
• Basic Photo-Editing Skills
• Experience with HTML and CSS
• Experience in a teaching/training setting, particularly online
• Completion of a degree in computer science, programming, or a related field
• Experience with an Online Learning Platform, e.g., Moodle


This is a paid remote position!


To apply, please go to http://VSolvit.com/apply/part-time.php and fill out our Web Application form. Once you have completed this form, please send your resume to vsc@VSolvit.com.

vsc@vsolvit.com
01/11/2018

Meals on Wheels Driver - Occasional

Friendly driver desired to deliver meals to seniors in their homes in Emmet County. Will assist with meal assembly. Will have no fixed schedule or regular number of hours - will work when regular employees have scheduled time off. Vehicle provided. Must maintain good driving record and be comfortable driving in all weather and road conditions. We are an equal opportunity employer.

Call Deborah at 231-347-3211 x16 or stop by the Petoskey Friendship Center to fill out an application. Or e-mail us at deborah@emmetcoa.org.
01/09/2018

Petoskey Preschool Classroom Aide

Petoskey Preschool Classroom Aide.
29 Hours per week $9.30/hr. Must pass clearances and medical exam. Duties include teaming with teacher to guide children; food prep; and cleaning. Work hours Monday-Thursday, some possible Fridays. Questions can be directed to aolson@nmcaa.net. Send Letter and Resume to: programsupport@nmcaa.net

Anna Olson aolson@nmcaa.net
01/08/2018

Server and Line Cook

WE ARE LOOKING FOR
STARS TO ADD TO OUR ALREADY AMAZING STAFF!

WE WOULD LIKE TWO SEASONED SERVERS WITH FULL AVAILABILITY

AND

ONE EXPERIENCED LINE COOK WITH FULL AVAILABILITY

PLEASE LET YOUR FRIENDS IN BUSINESS KNOW TO
COME JOIN TEAM NORTHERN LIGHTS
RECREATION!!!!

Send resumes to cristens.northernlightsrec@gmail.com or come in and fill out an application!

Cristen Smith
01/08/2018

Brand Ambassador

DBC America, the Tri-States Largest Promotional Marketing & Modeling Agency, is looking for energetic and reliable Brand Ambassadors to join our team in the Petoskey and greater Northern Michigan area.

Main job duties include:
Creating retail displays
Interacting with consumers to increase brand exposure and knowledge
Meeting modest sales goals in a retail setting
Collecting consumer feedback on the brand and product(s)
Creating exciting consumer interactions and capturing it in photos
Creating recap event forms

This is a perfect part-time job for extra income, something that you can easily balance with class or another job! Extremely flexible schedule.

Qualifications:

Outgoing, passionate personality
Reliable transportation
Team player
Interest in marketing, advertising, customer service and/or public relations
Most events Thursdays-Saturdays with daytime, evening and late night shifts available
Must possess MLCC and TIPS/TAM licenses or be willing to obtain upon hire

TO APPLY: WWW.DBCAMERICA.NET --> MICHIGAN --> JOIN OUR TEAM

Ana Rosczewski
01/08/2018

2018 Tutoring Positions in Petoskey

Part-time *2018 TUTORS* needed for all subjects and age-levels in (and around) the PETOSKEY area – multiple tutoring locations available near campus, so no long commutes will ever be required.

Currently our company has an immediate need for tutors who are able to work right away during the Winter / Spring months of 2018, and even beyond. We need tutors NOW as the amount of "Tutoring Requests" we've been receiving from parents/students has increased substantially in the last few weeks.

This increase is due to students in grades K-12 requiring more homework support and all-around academic tutoring as the second half of the school year moves into full swing…

As a tutor you will be able to pick and choose which local students that you'd like to work with. Additionally tutors get to set their own hours, and their own weekly tutoring schedules.

We are looking to hire a variety of local tutors who can work part-time roughly 2-10 hours per week. All tutoring is conducted one-on-one at a neutral location such as a library, on campus, or a nearby coffee shop. Tutoring does NOT take place in students’ homes. Coffee shops seem to be the most popular tutoring locations for both students and tutors alike.

Because of our immediate demand for tutors at this time, prior tutoring experience is NOT required to be a busy and successful tutor.

Even “rookie tutors” will have full tutoring schedules. As stated previously, tutors must be able to meet their students (tutees) at a local place in common (library, coffee shop, campus, etc) where the tutoring takes place.

NO long commutes are ever required and if the tutoring location is close, possessing a car is not necessary.

If you are interested in tutoring right away during the Winter / Spring months of 2018 (and even beyond), please send an email inquiry to:

ryan@thefindatutornetwork.com

Ryan Howard, Head of Tutoring Operations -- email: ryan@thefindatutornetwork.com -- phone: 800-413-3475
01/05/2018

Universal Banker

please send a cover letter and resume to Vice President, HR, Trisha Dobias to dobiast@cnbismybank.com or mail to 303 N. Main St., Cheboygan, MI 49721 by Monday, January 15, 2018.

Trisha Dobias, Vice President HR
01/05/2018

Systems Engineer - Desktop support

Systems Engineer I - Desktop / Technical Support

The successful candidate will have a background in providing general technical (help desk, desktop and network support), including installs, moves, adds, and changes, in a predominantly Windows environment (MS Windows XP, 7, 8, 10, MS Office).
Will also analyze and resolve end user hardware and software problems in a timely and accurate fashion, and provide end user training where required.

Experience working with Active Directory would be a plus.

Job Requirements/Specifications:
Associates or Bachelors degree in technical area of study is preferred, or an equivalent combination of education & experience.
1 - 2+ years of equivalent work experience preferred, but will also consider new graduates
Working technical knowledge of network and PC operating systems required
Hands-on troubleshooting experience of end user devices, as well as providing support over the phone as needed.
General break/fix support in desktop/printer environments.
Must be self motivated with a strong customer service attitude

Kyle K - Talent Recruiter - (319)743.1719
01/05/2018

Behavior Technician

LOCATION: Petoskey and Surrounding Areas

JOB DESCRIPTION: Implements skill acquisition and behavior modification programming for children and adolescents (ages 2-18) with autism and other developmental delays. Programs are written and supervised by experienced Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs).

Duties include but are not limited to the following:

-Conducts one-on-one therapy with clients using behavioral methods
-Collects and records data
-Implements instructional and behavioral objectives developed by BCBA Clinical Supervisor
-Maintains client work areas in orderly and clean manner
-Records therapy sessions in EBI billing system consistently and accurately
-Participates in team meetings, when applicable
-Participates in training activities and company meetings
-Engages in professional behaviors continuously: communicate appropriately, effectively, and clearly with NR colleagues and clients

WORK LOCATION: Therapy is conducted in our clients’ homes

EMPLOYMENT CATEGORY: Part-Time, Hourly (8-19 hours per week)

BENEFITS:

-BCBA supervision available at no charge (working 10-30 hours per week as a behavior technician) for individuals pursuing BCBA, BCaBA, and RBT credentials
-Advancement system that allows behavior technicians to earn wage increases based on demonstration of ABA skills and compliance with company policies and procedures
-Supervision by excellent behavior analysts with years of experience in the development, implementation, and maintenance of behavioral programs for children with autism and other disabilities
-Extensive, ongoing training and support from our case support and clinical training departments

QUALIFICATIONS:

-Work or life experiences with children with disabilities a PLUS; work or life experiences with typical children a MUST.
-Reliable transportation
-Willingness to travel 30+ miles to work site(s)
-High School Diploma
-Able to lift 25+ pounds, engage in running/walking, climb stairs, and get up and down off of floor frequently
-Align with NR Guiding Principles: Commitment to Excellence, Integrity, Dedication, Innovation

Please note this is a part time position and we are not currently hiring for full time.

Novel Responses, Inc. has been providing quality in-home behavioral services to clients in Michigan since 2004. Our BCBA Clinical Supervisors have extensive experience in the development and implementation of behavioral programs to decrease problem behaviors and to teach critical language and learning skills to children with autism and other developmental disabilities. The BCBA Clinical Supervisors lead our therapy teams comprised of behavior technicians to carry out the behavioral program during 1:1 teaching sessions with the clients.

To apply, please email your resume AND a cover letter describing your experience working with children to our Talent Development Specialist, Holly Haslam at hollym@novelresponses.com. Resumes submitted without a cover letter will not be considered. Thank
01/04/2018

Patient Access Representative


The Patient Access Representative is responsible for completing tasks in pertaining to registration, financial clearance, insurance verification, cashier, etc. The Patient Access Representative is often the first person to interact with the patient and family; providing a critical first representation of McLaren Northern Michigan. If you have a superior level of customer service and the ability to always greet our patients with a smile, whether on the phone or face-to-face, this is the perfect position for you!

Please visit www.northernhealth.org to apply!

Sarah Whittaker 231.487.7426
01/02/2018

Cleaning Crew/Housekeeping

Are you a morning person? Do you appreciate a tidy room with everything in its place? Castle Farms is looking for a hard-working, detailed individual to join our cleaning crew. Problem solving, task management, and good communication skills are required. Schedule is early mornings, weekdays and weekends. Job duties include cleaning spaces after events, office cleaning, and doing impressions of a Ghost Buster while wearing the backpack vacuum. If this sounds like a good fit, apply today!

Anora O'Connor, manager@castlefarms.com
12/28/2017

Gift Shop Associate

Do you love people? Do you have a smiling personality? If so, we want you to be our new Gift Shop Associate. Job duties include greeting guests, ringing up transactions, directing guests to locations, answering phones, and some sales. Schedule is for days and weekends. A hard-working, level-headed person is our ideal candidate. Familiarity with a POS system is a plus but we are willing to train the right team member.

Anora O'Connor, manager@castlefarms.com
12/28/2017

Assistant Venue Coordinator

If you are a night owl, we want to talk to you! Castle Farms is seeking an energetic, hard-working, personable individual to assist our Venue Coordinators in facilitating wedding ceremonies, as well as closing receptions and other events. This individual must be mature, outgoing, and willing to work weekends and late evenings. The position requires thinking on your feet and exceptional communication skills. We?re looking for someone to can carry out our high standards for events as well as tear down/clean up at the end of the night. This position is part-time. Stop in with your completed application for a chance at an on-the-spot interview.

Anora O'Connor, manager@castlefarms.com
12/28/2017

Historical Tour Guide

Do you love history? We have nearly 100 years of it that we’d love to share! If you are enthusiastic, charismatic, and love to share stories, this is the job for you. The position entails showing groups of guests around our historic property, both on foot and riding on a tram. Groups come in all ages, so flexibility is a must, as well as the ability to speak clearly and tailor your program to suit the individual group. Most work is during the day but will include some weekends and evenings.

Anora O'Connor, manager@castlefarms.com
12/28/2017

Academic Support Specialist (K-12)

LTBB is looking for someone to help out at our tribal youth after-school program (located in Petoskey). This position is a permanent part time (flexible) position. We need someone who can assist youth with mostly K-8 advanced reading and math, however 9-12 grade level skills are even better! Tribal and non-tribal applicants are encouraged to apply. This position would be perfect for a college student, tutor, or someone who would like to gain experience in working with K-12 youth. Please call Youth Coordinator (Tina Dominic) at 231-242-1593 if you have any questions about this position. To apply please contact LTBB Human Resources. Please click on link below for full job description. Thank you, Tina
http://www.ltbbodawa-nsn.gov/Employment/2018/Youth%20Services%20Academic%20Support%20Specialist%201.17.18.pdf

LTBB Human Resources 231-242-1555

Watershed Protection Team Intern

Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council
Watershed Protection Team Intern
Job Description
January 2018

This intern reports to the Watershed Protection Team

Intern Responsibilities:
Volunteer Monitoring Programs: The Watershed Council coordinates three volunteer-based programs to monitor lakes, streams, and avian botulism. Interns work with our Monitoring and Research Director to organize and carry out volunteer monitoring activities, including trainings, field data collection, laboratory analyses, and quality assurance. Interns are also expected to help with data input, data analyses, developing graphics (charts, graphs, etc.), and assisting with reports.

Field Surveys, Inventories, and Restoration Projects: During summer months, Watershed Protection staff and interns spend a considerable amount of time in the field collecting water quality data, performing shoreline surveys, conducting invasive species inventories, assessing streambank and shoreline erosion, developing and coordinating rain garden projects, and much more. Interns get their feet wet in the water resource management field assisting both our Monitoring and Research Director and our Watershed Projects Director with a variety of field projects, but also helping in the lab with calibration and maintenance of field survey equipment, water quality monitoring instrumentation, sampling gear, and GPS.

GIS (Geographical Information System), Database, and Office Tasks: GIS is used extensively by the Watershed Council for a wide array of projects, including lake shoreline surveys, impervious surface studies, stormwater drainage basin delineation, land cover assessments, and land protection prioritization. Interns assist staff on the GIS front by processing field GPS data, developing GIS data layers, producing display maps, performing spatial analyses, and ground-truthing in the field. In addition, interns provide further support to staff by developing and populating databases and performing miscellaneous office tasks, whether helping with mailings, researching issues, or writing reports.

Outreach and Education: One of the most important functions of the Watershed Council is to educate and inform shoreline residents, government officials, businesses and the general public about various water-related topics. Topics include, but are not limited to, lakes and stream ecosystem management, aquatic invasive species, best management practices that protect water quality, and issues like pipeline awareness. Intern assistance with educational efforts ranges from help with mailings to event coordination. Regarding events, interns help organize, but also participate in lake and river clean-ups, lake association meetings, and local water-related festivals. Interns also help Watershed Council staff with informational articles, brochures, and press releases by gathering information and researching water resource topics.

Qualifications:
Must be pursuing a degree in natural resources, environmental studies, or equivalent; possess strong written and verbal skills; and have a valid driver’s license. Proficiency in swimming and paddling (kayak and canoe), as well as the ability to work 10+ hours/day, is required for fieldwork. Prior experience with event organization, field work, macroinvertebrate identification, and GIS is a plus. Strong computer skills are also required, including familiarity with Microsoft Office software such as Access, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. This is a full-time internship with a small stipend, and may also be done to obtain college credit. Anticipated work dates are mid-May through mid-August (13 weeks). Number of hours per week is 35 - 40. Start and end dates are flexible. Housing may be possible at the University of Michigan Biological Station. Interested candidates should contact Dr. Grenetta Thomassey, Watershed Policy Director at (231) 347-1181, ext. 118, grenetta@watershedcouncil.org.

Dr. Grenetta Thomassey, Watershed Policy Director at (231) 347-1181, ext. 118, grenetta@watershedcouncil.org

Policy & Advocacy Intern

Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council
Policy & Advocacy Team Intern
Job Description
January 2018

Primary Job Responsibilities: All of the proposed activities will expose the intern to public affairs issues related to water quality, protection, and use. The work includes direct experience with government regulations, legislative concerns, public affairs, and public service. This Intern will report to the Watershed Policy Director.

Policy Research and Formation—Assist with efforts in the Elk River Chain of Lakes and the Lake Charlevoix Watershed to do social indicator surveys related to water protection with watershed residents, shoreline property owners, and local officials. Work on passing a Stormwater Control Ordinance in the Lake Charlevoix Watershed. Take the lead on efforts to control the invasive reed Phragmites on the Emmet County Lake Michigan shoreline by implementing a successful annual project. Assist with research, steering committee meetings, and local government advocacy related to impacts from septic systems, including passing local ordinances. Help create a statewide sanitary code with interest groups in Lansing. Work on efforts involving climate change and the state wetland program. Assist in research needed for analysis of various issues; perform other duties as requested.

Line 5 Public Engagement Project: Risk Analysis
Work with Policy Director to host workshops and community presentations, as well as distribute information through social media, website, print, radio, television, and paid advertising to increase public involvement and engagement. These actions will take place immediately after the Line 5 Risk Analysis is released and throughout the 30-day public comment period. This will allow the public to receive accurate information regarding the draft report and help them develop and present thoughtful comments to the Advisory Board and State of Michigan. The goal of the Line 5 Public Engagement Project is to protect water resources through effective public involvement in the State of Michigan’s decision making process regarding Line 5.

POD Program Database Management
Work on statewide database of Michigan drug disposal locations – update and confirm locations to ensure website promoted by the State of Michigan is accurate.

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 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 logistics and public outreach necessary to conduct several 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.

Qualifications:
Must be pursuing a degree in Political Science, Public Policy, Environmental Studies, or similar field. Must 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 a full time internship with a small stipend, and may also be done to obtain college credit. Anticipated work dates are mid-May through mid-August (13 weeks). Number of hours per week is 35 - 40. Start and end dates are flexible. Housing is not provided, but may be available through a limited, collaborative arrangement with the University of Michigan Biostation. Interested candidates should contact Dr. Grenetta Thomassey, Program Director at (231) 347-1181, ext. 118, grenetta@watershedcouncil.org.

Dr. Grenetta Thomassey, Watershed Policy Director at (231) 347-1181, ext. 118, grenetta@watershedcouncil.org