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Paving the Road to Success!

Quality Control Internship

Join Rieth-Riley and help our team Pave the Road to Success! Rieth-Riley is a team of motivated, highly qualified individuals who are committed to the success of each and every project. The employee owners at Rieth-Riley proudly remain dedicated to moving forward. It's the way we think, the way we act — the way we approach every asphalt, concrete, bridge, and all construction projects. We are a 100% employee owned company. So, we truly think like owners and take personal pride and care in every project we construct. We offer fulltime paid internships.
SUMMARY
Assist in testing materials and pavement to applicable codes and specifications.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
• Assist in obtaining samples and perform tests, calculations and inspections of aggregate, asphalt mixtures, and/or concrete mixes, and in place materials.
• Assist in preparing reports, QC charts and graphs, and maintain accurate statistical records according to established procedures.
• Assists in the operation, maintenance and control of test equipment to ensure accuracy and precision
• Assists in the operation, maintenance and control of work area, equipment and supplies, in compliance with appropriate safety regulations and policies
Qualifications
• Candidates are preferred to be pursuing an associates and or a bachelor’s degree
• Strong quantitative and analytical skills
• Problem solving skills with attention to detail
• Self-motivated; ability to work independently
• Good written and verbal communication skills
• High degree of attention to detail
• Must be able to work outdoors in all seasons
• Must be able to lift samples up to 45 pounds, climb ladders, and platforms up to 40 feet in elevation

Equal Opportunity Employer - M/F/Disability/Veteran

Emily Bay @ ebay@rieth-riley.com
12/01/2016

School and Community Forest Crew Member/Leader

AmeriCorps Youth Outdoors School and Community Forest Members and Leaders will participate in on-the-job training to learn natural resource management and forestry skills, and put those skills into practice completing work at School Forest and Community Forest sites in Minnesota. Community Forest projects involve working with project partners to complete tree plantings in 12 communities across Minnesota, mainly during the spring and fall. School Forest projects involve working with the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and other project partners to complete site renovation and training at designated School Forest sites across the state. The crew will use natural resource and forestry management techniques to improve outdoor classroom sites and provide training to site stewards, facility managers, teachers and community partners. The crew will also engage students at school forest sites by providing environment education and leading the students in service-learning projects.

JOB DETAILS:
-- AmeriCorps service position (ages 18-25)
-- Location: Saint Paul, MN
-- Term dates:
Crew Leader: February 1 – December 15, 2017
Crew Member: February 16 – December 15, 2017
-- Schedule: Full-time, at least 40 hours per week. Schedules vary and include after-school and weekend shifts.
-- Stipend: Crew Leader $1690/mo; Crew Member $1355/mo
-- Education award: $5775 upon successful completion of term

QUALIFICATIONS: Crew Member
-- Ability to work hard in an outdoor setting in adverse conditions for a minimum of 40 hrs/week.
-- Desire to foster strong work habits, environmental ethics, youth leadership and team unity.
-- Ability to present to groups in an outdoor setting
-- Desire to work with youth development and natural resource management; 15-20% of the service term is dedicated to technical and personal-skill training
-- Positive attitude, interest in service and community work and desire to make a difference.

QUALIFICATIONS: Crew Leader (in addition to above Crew Member qualifications):
-- Prior leadership experience with peers.
-- Experience coordinating project tasks and logistics.
-- Experience and/or education in natural resource management, environmental education, youth development or outdoor recreation.

REQUIREMENTS:
-- 18-25 years old.
-- Flexible schedule to accommodate week-long out of town assignments and emergency response.
-- Full term of service must be completed in order to receive the education award.
-- Crew Leaders Only: Valid driver’s license and safe driving record (no major moving violations or DUI’s in the past five years).

PERKS:
-- Learn valuable job and leadership skills applicable to any career
-- Earn an AmeriCorps education award for school expenses or to pay off qualified student loans
-- Learn about current environmental issues and network with natural resource professionals
-- Get field experience and gain natural resource management skills

For more details and a complete list of qualifications and requirements, please visit our application page.

APPLY ONLINE: http://www.conservationcorps.org/apply

DEADLINE: December 31, 2016

Early application encouraged. Applications considered as received.

Questions? Contact Kellie Lager, Recruitment Coordinator
recruit@conservationcorps.org or 651-209-9900 x31

Kellie Lager
11/30/2016

LSSU Athletics Video Editor

This position is open to undergraduate transfers looking for experience in video production and editing for the Lake Superior State Department of Athletics. The stipend covers the Spring 2017 semester.

Linda Bouvet
11/21/2016

Part Time Teller

Under direct supervision, an Entry Level Teller will learn to perform and complete a variety of tasks and transactions relating to bank services, products, and customer accounts. S/he will communicate an outgoing and friendly professional demeanor not only to customers but to staff as well.

Entry Level Tellers are expected to increase their knowledge in order to move into a Teller 1 position in 6 months to 1 year.

Work Hours

Work hours vary between 8:00 AM and 5:15 PM, Monday through Friday, and include a Saturday morning rotation. This position is part time with a maximum of 27 hours per week depending on the needs of the branch/department. This position may require attendance at various bank/educational functions before, during, or after normal business hours.

Essential Job Functions

• Accurately perform cash and balancing functions – keeping working cash to a minimum and within established limits.
• Competently answer basic customer inquiries.
• Process all teller transactions according to established bank policies and procedures.
• Offer additional bank products and services which match customer needs.
• Meet sales goals determined by the Branch Manager/Supervisor.

Essential Skills to Perform the Job

• Must have proficient verbal and written communication skills.
• Embraces a diverse working environment.
• Demonstrated tact and professionalism when exchanging information with customers, co-workers, and management.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Proficient in basic mathematical skill.
• Working knowledge of using a computer and related software.
• Attention to detail while demonstrating accuracy in performing all work assignments.

Scope of Responsibility/ Decision Making

An Entry Level Teller performs a variety of routine teller transactions and assignments that may be somewhat difficult in nature, and involve only limited responsibility and decision making. S/he should exercise common sense and good judgment in decision making and should understand the branch/department goals, standards, policies and procedures established by management.

Education/ Experience

Required: High school diploma or GED.

Previous experience in cash handling, customer service, and sales preferred but not required.




www.chemicalbank.com/careers
11/15/2016

Part Time Teller

Purpose

Under direct supervision, an Entry Level Teller will learn to perform and complete a variety of tasks and transactions relating to bank services, products, and customer accounts. S/he will communicate an outgoing and friendly professional demeanor not only to customers but to staff as well.

Entry Level Tellers are expected to increase their knowledge in order to move into a Teller 1 position in 6 months to 1 year.

Work Hours

Work hours 12:15 PM - 5:15 PM, Monday through Friday, This position is part time with a maximum of 27 hours per week depending on the needs of the branch/department. This position may require attendance at various bank/educational functions before, during, or after normal business hours.

Essential Job Functions

• Accurately perform cash and balancing functions – keeping working cash to a minimum and within established limits.
• Competently answer basic customer inquiries.
• Process all teller transactions according to established bank policies and procedures.
• Offer additional bank products and services which match customer needs.
• Meet sales goals determined by the Branch Manager/Supervisor.

Essential Skills to Perform the Job

• Must have proficient verbal and written communication skills.
• Embraces a diverse working environment.
• Demonstrated tact and professionalism when exchanging information with customers, co-workers, and management.
• Strong organizational skills.
• Proficient in basic mathematical skill.
• Working knowledge of using a computer and related software.
• Attention to detail while demonstrating accuracy in performing all work assignments.

Scope of Responsibility/ Decision Making

An Entry Level Teller performs a variety of routine teller transactions and assignments that may be somewhat difficult in nature, and involve only limited responsibility and decision making. S/he should exercise common sense and good judgment in decision making and should understand the branch/department goals, standards, policies and procedures established by management.

Education/ Experience

Required: High school diploma or GED.

Previous experience in cash handling, customer service, and sales preferred but not required.

Certification


Carrie Smith-231-932-6694/ apply at www.chemicalbank.com/careers
11/15/2016

LPN/RN Supervisor for Advisacare



JOB DESCRIPTION


JOB TITLE: LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE (LPN),
LICENSED VOCATIONAL NURSE (LVN)

REPORTS TO: RECRUITER & FACILITY SUPERVISOR OR DESIGNEE

STATUS: NON-EXEMPT

EFFECTIVE DATE: 02/01/01

DEFINITION: The Licensed Practical or Licensed Vocational Nurse, under the administrative direction of the agency Recruiter and the clinical direction of the facility supervisor or designee Registered Nurse, is responsible for the provision of basic nursing services to facility patients in compliance with agency and facility policies and procedures.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE JOB:

I. Professional Accountability: (Evaluated by Alacrity Healthcare Staffing Recruiter)
Provides the Recruiter with availability for work assignments.
Accepts work assignments from Recruiter as desired, but at least one (1) shift per month.
Assumes responsibility for completion of work assignments as scheduled.
Completes agency inservices and clinical competency requirements as required.
Provides agency with required documentation in a timely manner for all licensure, inservice, incidents and/or job-related injuries
a. License renewal
b. CEU/Clinical Inservice validation
c. BCLS
d. TB Screening
e. Injury/Incident reports

II. Professional Behavior (Evaluated by Client Facility)
Completes facility orientation and/or facility inservices as required.
Arrives at facility on time for all scheduled shifts.
Is dressed appropriately and professionally for shift.
Accepts clinical assignment from facility supervisor or designee and raises any concerns appropriately.
Treats others (patients, residents, visitors and staff) with respect and dignity.
Communicates effectively with others.

III. Clinical Competency and Quality of Work (Evaluated by Client Facility)
Participates in the assessment process by collecting data on the patient’s/resident’s health status and consistent with facility policy and consistent with the condition of the patient or resident.
Participates with the Registered Nurse in the development of individualized plan of care based on assessment data.
Implements plan of care and provides basic nursing care safely and appropriately.
a. Carries out physician’s orders.
b. Administers medications according to “5 Rights.”
c. Carries out all procedures safely and according to policy.
Contributes to the evaluation of interventions carried out according to the plan of care.
Documents care according to facility policy and procedure.
Reports changes in patient/resident status appropriately and in a timely manner.
Contributes to the development and implementation of teaching plans related to patient self-care.
Implements infection control and safety precautions and uses personal protective equipment appropriately.
Safeguards patient/resident rights at all times.
Performs other duties as assigned.

CRITICAL DEMANDS:

1. Must be able to meet the physical demands of providing nursing care, ambulating and transferring patients, etc.
a. Lifts 40 pounds without restriction consistent with AHCPR guidelines
b. Bend, squat and reach while positioning patients and assisting with hygiene and clothing
2. Must be able to use proper body mechanics during the provision of nursing care to promote patient and staff safety and well-being.
3. Must be able to work in a latex-rich environment.
4. Must be able to read, write and speak English.

QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing for Licensed Practical or Vocational nurses.
2. Current licensure in good standing as a LPN or LVN in the state of practice.
3. Minimum of 3-6 months of previous clinical experience is preferred; demonstration of clinical competency and ability to work independently providing patient care.
4. Passing score on written knowledge test.
5. Current CPR certification.
6. Current negative TB skin test or baseline chest x-ray and annual TB screening questionnaire.
7. Proof of negative 10-panel drug screen performed no more than forty-eight (48) hours after the pre-employment offer.
8. Acceptable results from Health Screening process.
9. Acceptable results from criminal record check.

jdoherty@advisacare.com
11/15/2016

Cook Part time

Part time
Great experience and location for a student('s) who can walk to work Times 9:30 am to 6:30 pm 16 to 20 hrs wkly Weekends and week days.
Will train if it is the right person . Lg Volume Food Service , cycle menu

Margee McDade 231 487-1275
11/14/2016

Medical- Clerical Support

Job Description:
Apogee Physicians is a hospitalist practice that is physician founded and physician led. Quite simply, we are our doctors. Our practice is guided by the fundamental knowledge that “what’s best for the patient is best for the practice”. Our group is rapidly growing and is currently hiring administrative support for our physicians in a hospital setting.

The Apogee Patient Information Coordinator is a multi-faceted position. This is an Administrative/Clerical position. The basic requirements include experience as a Medical Assistant, Unit Coordinator, ER Tech, or similar position. We require computer literacy, proficiency in medical terminology, familiarity with ICD 9 and CPT codes, the ability to interact with patients and physicians, organizational skills, and the ability to consistently follow-up.

Duties include, but are not limited to the following:
-Data entry of patient information for billing
-Verification of insurance
-Medical reporting
-Medical document handling
-Supporting several physicians on an administrative level
-Interaction and follow through with patients with the purpose of
providing excellent customer service
-Interaction with local physicians and hospital administration in an
effort to grow our practice

The candidate we choose will be a self-starter who possesses a great attitude, the ability to work in a team environment, and has a disposition to provide the highest level of customer service.

Please send your resume to desiree.chandler@apogeephysicians.com



Job Requirements


Qualifications/Aptitudes:

Experience as a Medical Assistant, Unit Coordinator, ER Tech, or similar position
Computer literacy
Proficiency in medical terminology
Familiarity with ICD 9 and CPT codes (preferred)
Ability to interact with patients and physicians
Capability to bend and lift at least 25lbs
Could be prolonged standing or walking up to 50% or more of the work day
Organizational skills
Ability to maintain confidentiality and security of sensitive information, including patient data

desiree.chandler@apogeephysicians.com
11/09/2016

Care Giver, Home Health Aide

Flexible scheduling!!
Angel Heart Home Care is accepting applications for full or part-time positions in caregiving. Home Health Aides at Angel Heart enjoy one-on-one contact with patients and gain valuable caregiving experience while still doing well on all of those exams.
Chances are, we have a schedule that works perfectly for you!

Anita Mosher (231)347-4800
11/08/2016

Residential Advocate

RESIDENTIAL ADVOCATE for domestic abuse shelter. Responsibilities include assisting families, staffing crisis phone line, and general upkeep of shelter. Full-time position with overnight shifts Monday through Friday, weekends, and holidays. Send resume to Jamie Winters, Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI 49770. E.O.E

Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI 49740
11/08/2016

Field Crew Member/Leader

AmeriCorps Field Crew Members and Leaders (ages 18-25) receive on-the-job training to learn natural resources management skills and put those skills into practice completing habitat restoration projects throughout the Midwest. Crews complete natural resource conservation projects such as tree planting, exotic species management, trail construction, stream bank stabilization, prescribed burning, wildland fire fighting and emergency response. Crew Members and Leaders also get the chance to work alongside conservation professionals and explore career options within the environmental field.

JOB DETAILS:
-- AmeriCorps service position (ages 18-25)
-- Term dates:
---- Crew Leader: February 1 – December 15, 2017
---- Crew Member: February 16 – December 15, 2017
-- Schedule: Full-time, Monday-Thursday, 7:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. typical. In some locations, hours vary significantly and overnight camping is often required 4-12 days at a time.
-- Stipend: Crew Leader $1690/mo; Crew Member $1355/mo
-- Education award: $5775 upon successful completion of term

LOCATIONS:
-- Northwest Minnesota: Brainerd, Bemidji, Fergus Falls
-- Northeast Minnesota: Grand Rapids, Tower, Moose Lake, Gooseberry Falls State Park, Duluth
-- Central Minnesota: St. Paul, Hanover, Shakopee, Andover, Jordan, Plymouth
-- Southern Minnesota: Rochester, Mankato, Kilen Woods State Park (Windom), Camden State Park (Marshall)
-- Iowa: Ames, Des Moines, Council Bluffs
-- Missouri: Springfield

QUALIFICATIONS: Crew Member
-- Ability to work well with others in a team setting.
-- Strong desire to learn new skills.
-- Positive attitude and interest in service and community work.
-- Dedication to complete full term of AmeriCorps service.

QUALIFICATIONS: Crew Leader (in addition to above Crew Member qualifications)
-- Previous experience in a leadership role and ability to lead or co-lead a crew of 4 or 5 members (ages 18-25).
-- Effective communication skills.
-- Experience or education in natural resource management, habitat restoration work and/or related fields.
-- Experience in hand and power tool safety and small engine repair is preferred.

REQUIREMENTS:
-- 18-25 years old.
-- Able to complete an arduous Work Capacity Test. The arduous level requires individuals to walk 3 miles in 45 minutes while carrying a 45 pound pack on level terrain.
-- Flexible schedule to accommodate week-long out of town assignments and emergency response.
-- Full term of service must be completed in order to receive the education award.
-- Crew Leaders Only: Valid driver’s license and safe driving record (no major moving violations or DUI’s in the past five years).

PERKS:
-- Learn valuable job and leadership skills applicable to any career
-- Earn an AmeriCorps education award for school expenses or to pay off qualified student loans
-- Learn about current environmental issues and network with natural resource professionals
-- Get field experience and gain natural resource management skills

For more details and a complete list of qualifications and requirements, please visit our application page.

APPLY ONLINE: http://www.conservationcorps.org/apply

DEADLINE: December 31, 2016

Early application encouraged. Applications considered as received.

Questions? Contact Kellie Lager, Recruitment Coordinator
recruit@conservationcorps.org or 651-209-9900 x31

Kellie Lager
11/07/2016

Youth Outdoors Crew Member/Leader

AmeriCorps Youth Outdoors Members and Leaders (ages 18-25) perform natural resource restoration projects with a crew of their adult peers and engage Twin Cities youth in after-school service projects and environmental education. In spring and fall, corpsmembers lead crews of Twin Cities’ youth participants (ages 15-18) in environmental education and community service projects after school and on Saturdays. In summer, crews complete natural resource restoration projects. Corpsmembers inspire youth, conduct community outreach and restore habitat in partnership with resource management agencies, working alongside conservation professionals.

JOB DETAILS:
-- AmeriCorps service position (ages 18-25)
-- Location: Twin Cities, MN
-- Term dates:
---- Crew Leader: February 1 – December 15, 2017
---- Crew Member: February 16 – December 15, 2017
-- Schedule:
---- Monday-Thursday, 7:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m. typical during training and in summer
---- Tuesday – Saturday, varied hours, typical during spring and fall youth programming.
-- Stipend: Crew Leader $1690/mo; Crew Member $1355/mo
-- Education award: $5775 upon successful completion of term

QUALIFICATIONS: Crew Member
-- Ability to work hard in an outdoor setting in adverse conditions for a minimum of 40 hrs/week
-- Desire to work with diverse youth in conservation, education and recreation settings
-- Ability to present to large groups in an outdoor setting, sometimes consisting of over 60 people of all ages
-- Desire to learn skills in youth development and/or natural resource management; 15-20% of the service term is dedicated to technical and personal-skill training
-- Positive attitude, interest in service and community work and desire to make a difference

QUALIFICATIONS: Crew Leader (in addition to above Crew Member qualifications)
-- Prior leadership experience with peers
-- Experience coordinating project tasks and logistics
-- Experience and/or education in natural resource management, environmental education, youth development or outdoor recreation

REQUIREMENTS:
-- 18-25 years old.
-- Able to complete an arduous Work Capacity Test. The arduous level requires individuals to walk 3 miles in 45 minutes while carrying a 45 pound pack on level terrain.
-- Flexible schedule to accommodate week-long out of town assignments and emergency response.
-- Full term of service must be completed in order to receive the education award.
-- Crew Leaders Only: Valid driver’s license and safe driving record (no major moving violations or DUI’s in the past five years).

PERKS:
-- Learn valuable job and leadership skills applicable to any career
-- Earn an AmeriCorps education award for school expenses or to pay off qualified student loans
-- Learn about current environmental issues and network with natural resource professionals
-- Get field experience and gain natural resource management skills

For more details and a complete list of qualifications and requirements, please visit our application page.

APPLY ONLINE: http://www.conservationcorps.org/apply

DEADLINE: December 31, 2016

Early application encouraged. Applications considered as received.

Questions? Contact Kellie Lager, Recruitment Coordinator
recruit@conservationcorps.org or 651-209-9900 x31

Kellie Lager
11/07/2016

Environmental Service Worker - Housekeeping

Looking for a rewarding career where you would utilize innovative technology in the fight against infection, while having access to great benefits, tuition reimbursement, and the knowledge that you’re making a difference in a patient’s recovery? McLaren Northern Michigan could be the path for you.
We currently have openings for days and afternoons for an Environmental Service Worker; please visit us at www.northernhealth.org to learn more about our opportunities.

***All afternoon shifts will include a shift differential of $1.00***

Sarah Whittaker 231.487.7426
11/04/2016

Surgical Technologist

Just starting your career as a Surgical Technologist or have you been in your role with no room for growth? Explore a career at McLaren Northern Michigan which ranks in the top 2.2% of hospitals in the country with a 5 star rating from CMS.
To learn more about our opportunity visit www.northernhealth.org . Certification from the Association of Surgical Technologist is required.

Sarah Whittaker 231.487.7426
11/04/2016

Physical Therapy Technician

Physical therapy technicians, also known as physical therapy aides and assistants, help with the physical rehabilitation of patients recovering from illness or injury. In general, physical therapy aides have less demanding duties compared to physical therapy assistants. A high school diploma or equivalent and on-the-job training are sufficient for work as a physical therapy aide. This position would encompass 25-35 hours weekly and is a Monday through Friday position working during the day. Scheduling is flexible.

Jim Sinclair - sinclairj75@gmail.com
11/03/2016