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Sales and Marketing Representative

Bluegreen is now expanding our Sales and Marketing Office in Boyne Falls, Michigan. Those qualified candidates selected to join our team will receive the very best professional training and development in marketing, sales, and administration while working with respected names in the business community. With no guarantees or limits to what you earn, this job is not for everyone but for those few, it’s the opportunity you’ve been waiting for.

Rewards of Bluegreen
Personal Growth - Gain confidence by facing real world challenges.
Communication Skills - You will deal with real people in the real world.
Life Skills - Working independently will give you self-confidence and develop leadership skills.
Resume - Your experience with Bluegreen will give you valuable experience for the future.

Compensation
Our program is designed for those individuals who want to maximize their time and want to be rewarded for their efforts. There is no guarantee or limit to your earnings. The details of our compensation package will be reviewed with you individually during your interview and include the following elements.
• Competitive Pay for all positions
• Our successful Sales and Marketing Reps earn up to $1,000+ per week
• Excellent Benefits for full-time employees

Growth
With our growth and expansion of resort locations throughout the country and our preference of promoting from within, all representatives have the opportunity for a promotion within the company. Some of our employees have been promoted within just a few months of joining the team.

Positions Available
We are currently looking for Sales & Marketing Representatives.

Requirements
• Desire to succeed
• Outgoing personality
• Competitive nature
• Pass a background & drug test
• Reliable transportation
• Desire for professional and personal growth
• Experience a plus, but not required; we will train the right people
• Must enjoy a team atmosphere

hrboyne@bluegreenvacations.com

01/30/2015

 

 

driver

I need a driver to run errands on an occasional basis in the Petoskey/Harbor Springs area. Flexible schedule. Must have own vehicle. $15/hr. plus gas expenses.

stevekline49@gmail.com 419-304-2678

01/30/15

 

 

Estimator

Moran Iron Works in Onaway, MI. is currently accepting applications for the position of an industrial/marine fabrication estimator.

It is an excellent opportunity for an individual with a technical and analytic background pursuing mechanical or industrial design.


Primary Responsibilities

Researches available jobs that are listed in trade publications and directories and pursues customer inquires to reveal project scope, schedule, and related specifications.

Familiarizes himself/herself with all drawings, specifications and related contract documents. Determines at that time if subcontractor’s may be needed for the project based on schedule, project scope, and MIW current work load.

Develops and utilizes appropriate bid worksheets and ensures that all necessary information from the contract documents are included in a detailed project write-up and proposal.

Communicates with potential customers whenever questions, additional information, and / or more specific information is needed in regards to the project being quoted.

Tracks all submitted bids until each bid has been awarded. If and when a bid is awarded to MIW, the estimator ensures that all information is directed through the proper channels for further processing. If a bid has not been awarded to MIW, the estimator reviews the costs associated with a competitor’s bid and critiques each bid process to identify and learn concepts that can be applied for future bids.

Maintains an orderly and current historical file of all quotes that have been placed.

Responsible for identifying and developing new ideas and work methods for improving the efficiency, accuracy, and the thoroughness of this position.

Good communication and organizational skills.

Skills and/or experience that are necessary for this position include the following:

Proficient in blue print interpretation and mathematics

Familiar with general estimation concepts

Technical writing abilities

Interested applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to tmcnamara@moraniron.com.

Tom McNamara

01/30/15

 

 

Public Relations/Media Specialist


Excellent opportunity for a creative and energetic individual with a background in Graphic Arts, Photography, Videography, Marketing, Public Relations or similar disciplines to establish themselves as a professional.

Moran Iron Works in Onaway, MI. is currently accepting applications for the position of PR/Media Specialist to provide support in the creation and implementation of our public relations and marketing efforts. This person should be experienced in all forms of media to effectively gain exposure to our Community, current and potential customer base as well as expanding this effort both at the state and national level.

Primary duties are to include but will not be limited to the following:

Create, deliver, edit, and optimize Public Relations and Marketing materials.

Ensure that messages are supportive of and consistent with marketing strategies.

Coordinate flow of information and communication and disseminate it according to plan/strategy.

Promote products and services through marketing and public relations initiatives.

Create and deliver press releases, media relations content, case studies, white papers, executive bios, company newsletter content, social media content, and speaking proposals.

Identify and execute communications strategy for key media contacts and customer references.

Research media coverage and industry trends.

Develop fresh story ideas.

Create brochures and sell sheets.

Utilize graphic design talents for marketing and public relations materials.

Coordinate and deliver email campaigns and mass-mail materials.

Supervise social media outreach.

Deliver content via LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, email, or direct mail.

Manage and produce video content.

Create and distribute customer surveys.

Develop and maintain company photo library.

Other duties as requested.


Interested applicant should apply to tmcnamara@moraniron.com with a letter of interest, resume, portfolio, examples of production materials, link to personal web page or any relevant material you feel will show what capabilities you have in relation to the position.

Tom McNamara

01/30/15

 

 

Prevention Intern

The Prevention Internship, a component of SAMSHA/CSAP’s Prevention Fellowship/Intern Program, invites qualified individuals, with strong interest in substance abuse prevention and behavioral health, for a 5-month paid internship program in participating Tribes and Tribal Organizations throughout the United States. The PFP is a workforce development program that aims to develop and sustain a well-trained and knowledgeable cadre of prevention professionals who understand and exemplify the principles and best practices of substance abuse prevention. As a component of the PFP, the Prevention Internship prepares interns to provide capacity-building Technical Assistance (TA) to support integration of behavioral health prevention services within tribal organization systems. The interns will learn new techniques, master best practices in the field, and apply knowledge gained from their professional and cultural experiences.

The Prevention Internship also partnered with Tribal organizations that were Strategic Prevention Framework Tribal Incentive Grantees (SPF-TIG). A SPF-TIG is grant recipient of the Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant (SPF-SIG) program, one of SAMHSA's infrastructure grant programs, which support an array of activities to help grantees build a foundation for delivering and sustaining effective substance abuse and/or mental health services.

Under the guidance of a mentor, Prevention Interns work to support efforts to implement SAMHSA’s Strategic Prevention Framework within tribal communities in order to:

• prevent the onset and reduce the progression of substance abuse, including childhood and underage drinking;
• reduce substance abuse-related problems in communities, and;
• build prevention capacity and infrastructure at the community levels.

Throughout the Internship, Interns may engage in (but not limited to) the following activities:
• identify community assets and available resources for prevention services
• develop the ability to identify a community’s capacity for data-driven decision making aimed at improving community public health and substance abuse prevention
• participate in community mobilization activities that address substance abuse issues.
• deliver technical assistance to tribal communities
• adapt prevention programs that are culturally appropriate for tribal communities
• conduct literature review and needs assessments
• develop media campaigns, fact sheets, and prevention education curricula

Individuals seeking selection into the Internship program must meet the following criteria and provide associated documentation:

1. U.S. citizenship or U.S. Territories and Pacific Jurisdictions residency;
2. At least two (2) years of college (or 60 credit hours) from an accredited academic institution, with an emphasis in public health, behavioral health, clinical or social science areas. In addition, students currently enrolled at a community college and who will earn their Associate Degree in public health, behavioral health, clinical or social science areas by May 31, 2015, are also eligible to apply;
3. Two letters of recommendation from an academic and/or professional reference;
4. A detailed essay (of no more than two pages) on why the candidate should be selected for the internship, and how selection would support his or her career goals (to be completed through the online application); and
5. Experience in substance abuse prevention and/or behavioral health prevention/promotion.

Visit http://www.seiservices.com/SAMHSA/csap/preventionfellowship/ for more information and to apply.

preventionfellowship@seiservices.com

01/29/15

 

 

Administrative Assistant

Administrative Assistant proficient in computer networking, hardware and software troubleshooting and Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and databases. A challenging position responsible for office, data, and building maintenance/management for multiple locations. A creative and independent team player with strong leadership and communication skills, as well as an ability to multi-task will command a competitive salary and fringe benefit package. Apply with resume to the Women’s Resource Center, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI 49770. EOE

Deb Smith

01/27/15

 

 

Huron Pines AmeriCorps

We are now accepting applications for Huron Pines AmeriCorps positions! If you are interested in conservation, want to make a difference, and develop your professional skills, consider joining the Huron Pines AmeriCorps team.
Huron Pines AmeriCorps is designed to provide northern Michigan conservation organizations with highly qualified individuals for a term of volunteer service. The program not only improves a conservation organization’s ability to protect Michigan’s natural resources, but it also provides members with real-world experience and training. With a living stipend and some attractive benefits, this program provides an opportunity to develop as a resource professional in the conservation community. AmeriCorps members will be placed in northern Michigan with a variety of organizations. Member activities include volunteer engagement, habitat restoration, environmental stewardship and developing new conservation services. Learn more at www.huronpinesamericorps.org.
The program is administered in Gaylord and members will be placed around Michigan including Gaylord, Grayling, Harbor Springs, Midland and Bellaire. AmeriCorps is a national service program engaging thousands of citizens in service every year. Visit www.americorps.gov to learn more.
ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
Please read each position description carefully for specific position requirements. All positions require the following:
• A college degree is required
• Members must be a citizen of the United States or have proof of lawful permanent resident alien status
• Valid driver’s license
• Must be committed to serving 900 hours from May 11 through November 6, 2015
• Ability to pass a background check

MEMBER BENEFITS
• An opportunity to join others with dedication, passion and enthusiasm for the environment and for national service
• Develop real-world skills, increase your experiences and have the opportunity to network with other resource professionals
• Educational voucher in the amount of $2,775 (http://edaward.org/)
• Loan forbearance of qualified federal student loans during the term of service
• Living stipend totaling $6,400 (distributed bi-weekly; this is taxable income)
• Health care coverage
• Child care benefits, if eligible



AVAILABLE POSITIONS
• (2 positions) Restoration Field Technician- Huron Pines, Gaylord
• Au Sable River Watershed Technician- Au Sable River Watershed Committee, Grayling
• Stewardship Coordinator- Antrim Conservation District, Bellaire
• Land Steward- Little Forks Conservancy, Midland
• Stewardship Technician- Little Traverse Conservancy, Harbor Springs
HOW TO APPLY
The program will be recruiting members until March 13, 2015. Interviews will take place on April 1, 2015 in Gaylord, MI. Please fill out a Huron Pines AmeriCorps Member Online Application (available at http://www.huronpines.org/joinamericorps.asp) and also submit your cover letter and resume with the application. Printable applications are also available online. Incomplete applications are not accepted. In person interviews are required.
Printable applications need to be mailed or emailed to: Jennie Jandron | AmeriCorps Coordinator | 4241 Old US 27 South, Suite 2 Gaylord, MI 49735| (989) 448-2293 x30 | jennie@huronpines.org
Reasonable accommodations: If you need to make a request for a reasonable accommodation, due to a disability, such as obtain materials in a format that works for you or to fully participate in the application process, please contact Jennie Jandron, AmeriCorps Coordinator at Huron Pines.

Jennie Jandron

01-26-15

 

 

Database Analyst

Database Analyst:
Seeking a full time technical professional responsible for maintaining data, storage and designing physical databases. Candidate must possess the ability to create and work in a variety of database formats. Technical training in Database Management and 2-3 years’ experience in this or related area is preferred. The position is fulltime and based in Petoskey with excellent benefits. Hourly pay range is $19.76 to $ 27.76.

Please send resume and letter of intent to Human Resources at North Country CMH, 1420 Plaza Dr., Petoskey MI 49770, Fax 231-487-9128 or e-mail to hr@norcocmh.org

Human Resources

01/22/2015

 

 

English Tutoring in Germany live-in position

The tutor program lasts 1-3 months. It is great for students to experience a new country and language while also gaining work experience at the same time. The tutors stay for the duration of the program with our registered host families and help the family improve their English language skills.

Each host family is different and therefore the schedule will slightly vary. This has to do with the age of the children, whether they go to school yet, the current level of English (if at all!) and the expectations the host family has about this cultural exchange experience.
However, the maximum hours you are asked to tutor in English are laid out and are accepted by each family prior to the program start. You tasks will include the following:
• Tutoring the children in English and possibly adults of the family for a maximum of 15 hours per week
• Helping in the house just as a regular family member would do

QUALIFICATIONS:

You should be...
• Native English speaker (be a passport holder of either the USA, NZ, Canada or Australia)
• Between 18 and 30 years old
• Experienced in tutoring children or young adults (or have at least some other childcare related experience)
• In good health and clean criminal record
• Enjoy teaching your language
• Interested in learning about the German culture and language and preferably have some basic German language skills to communicate better with the host family (preferred but not required)

info@aupaircare.de

12/31/2015

 

 

Au Pair (live-in child care) in Germany

You will be required to take care of the host family's children for up to 6 hours per day, for a total of 30 hours per week. An Au pair's responsibilities depend on the age of the children in the host family and generally include:
• Keeping the children safe at all times
• Feeding, bathing, and playing with the children
• Drop off / pick up children to/from school or kindergarten or accompany them to various after-school activities
• Light household duties (e.g. preparing children’s meals, doing children’s laundry, making the children’s beds, vacuuming the living room area and so on)
Once an applicant has handed in his/her application, an interview will be conducted (via Skype) before s/he will be put in touch with our registered and screened AuPairCare Germany host families.
All au pair participants receive comprehensive support by our staff.
This includes the support before program start (the actual matching process with host families & au pair visa process) as well as support during the au pair’s stay by local AuPairCare Germany representatives. The Representatives will invite the au pairs in their area to regular au pair meetings and conduct mediations between au pair and host family, if necessary.

AuPairCare Germanys service is free of charge for au pair participants.

The program benefits are as follows:

• Flexible program lengths: choose between 6 and 12 months
• Monthly stipend of €350 (€260 au pair stipend plus € 90 for educational purposes like language classes)
• Free board and room
• 2 days of paid vacation per month (which comes up to 4 weeks for a 12-months stay)
• Free flight (for 12 months commitments with the same host family)
• Free comprehensive insurance package (illness, accident, third party liability)
• Free local transportation pass for city of placement
• Orientation meeting with local representative and support during your entire stay in Germany
• Au pair Handbook and Welcome package with lots of useful information upon arrival

QUALIFICATIONS:
You should …
• Be between 18 and 26 years old (due to visa requirements)
• Have obtained at least a bachelor’s degree or are in the process of obtaining a bachelor’s degree
• Be experienced in looking after children; for example, babysitting, internships in pre-schools, kindergartens or in a pediatric center; as a camp counselor or after-school tutor
• Be in good health and have a clean criminal record
• Preferably have a valid driver’s license
• Be interested in learning about the German culture and language, as well as have some basic German language skills (due to visa requirements)

$1,125/month (includes housing & other benefits)

info@aupaircare.de

12/31/2015

 

 

Northwest Field Crew Member

Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa is accepting applications for AmeriCorps Field Crew Members (ages 18-25) in our Northwest Minnesota district. Corpsmembers participate in on-the-job training to learn natural resource management skills and then put those skills into practice working outdoors on conservation projects across the upper Midwest. This position is a full-time commitment for a 7.5-month AmeriCorps service term, Monday-Thursday, 10 hours each day.

CREW LOCATIONS (Minnesota): *Program is NOT residential; members must secure their own housing near the crew location.
-- Bemidji
-- Brainerd
-- Fergus Falls

SERVICE TERM DATES, STIPEND & AWARD:
-- Term: 3/26/2015 to 11/12/2015
-- Monthly stipend: $1235
-- Education award: $4315 upon completion of term

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Crew Members receive training and complete habitat restoration projects such as tree planting, exotic species management and herbicide application, timber stand improvement, streambank stabilization and erosion control, basic carpentry, prescribed burning, trail construction and maintenance, wildlife habitat improvement, wildland firefighting and emergency response. Habitat restoration projects are performed outdoors in partnership with public land management organizations such as state and federal agencies, cities, counties and trail associations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
-- Ability to perform the Essential Service Functions 40 hours per week:
---- Long (10 hour) days of shoveling, digging and swinging heavy tools repetitively
---- Long (10 hour) days of chainsaw/brush saw work
---- Heavy lifting, bending and carrying up to 50 pounds
---- Walking/working on steep or uneven terrain
---- Working in extremes of heat or cold
---- Working, eating and camping outdoors in all weather conditions
-- 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 the entire term of AmeriCorps service.
-- Flexible schedule to accommodate week-long out of town assignments and emergency response.
-- Must be a U.S. Citizen, U.S. National, or Lawful Permanent Resident Alien of the U.S.
-- Must successfully pass National Sex Offender Public Registry and criminal history check. "Pass" is defined as no positive hits on the NSOPR and no history of violent offenses on the criminal history check.
-- Must successfully pass medical review process.

REQUIREMENTS:

Must be 18-25 years old and be able to perform the essential functions of the job, including physically strenuous work 40 hours per week. Typical work week is Monday-Thursday (10 hours each day), with other days scheduled as required. Crew Members should be available for week-long out-of-town assignments that involve camping near the work project site. A full term of service must be completed in order to receive the education award. Personal protective equipment provided and required.

BENEFITS:

Crew Members will receive a living stipend of $1235 a month, health insurance, student loan forbearance during the service term and a post-service AmeriCorps Education Award that may be used for college expenses or to repay qualified student loans. Members will have the opportunity to explore career options within the environmental field.

This program is available to all, without regard to race, color, national origin, disability, sex, political affiliation or religion. The Conservation Corps engages AmeriCorps members, ages 18-25, as defined under the American Conservation and Youth Service Corps Act, a subtitle of the National and Community Service Act of 1990. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request.

TO APPLY:

Priority Deadline: February 6, 2015
Application open past priority deadline until all positions filled. Please apply early.
Apply online at www.conservationcorps.org/apply.
Contact recruit@conservationcorps.org with questions.

Kellie lager, Recruitment Coordinator

01/21/2015

 

 

Americorp Family & Construction Coordinator (Habitat)

This is an AmeriCorps position, located with Northwest Habitat for Humanity in Harbor Springs. To apply, please fill out the application at habitatmichigan.org/get-involved/americorps/americorps-member-application.

Duration: Full Term (11 months)
Hours per Week: Approximately 36hrs/wk
Travel: Local in Emmet & Charlevoix Counties; Travel mileage reimbursement through Habitat.

IMPORTANT DETAILS:

a. AmeriCorps Members will receive a total living stipend of $12,100, paid out twice per month throughout the member's term
b. AmeriCorps members receive an Educational Award at the end of the term of $5,645.
c. Full-time members are eligible for health insurance and qualify for federal benefits, including child care.
d. The term of service is from February 15, 2015 to January 15, 2016.

Role and Responsibilities
This position has two specific target goals:

1) Development of a responsive Family Selection and Support Committee, development and initiation of awareness plans/presentations to increase and retain the number of new prospective homeowner applicants, and create and implement a Partner Family homeownership education program; and

2) Provide semi-skilled construction site supervision in Charlevoix of Emmet County to supervisor volunteers during varying jobsite Workbee hours, construction volunteer training, and provide support to the affiliate Construction Supervisor when multiple jobsites are operating at one time.

Requirements: Outgoing, people oriented personality; organized self-starter; knowledge of MS Office software, and hands-on overview of construction or direct construction skills.

View job particulars at www.northwestmihabitat.org or To apply, please fill out the application at habitatmichigan.org/get-involved/americorps/americorps-member-application.

You can request info via email by contacting NW MIchigan Habitat in Harbor Springs at home@northwestmihabitat.org

Position must be filled no later than February 15, 2015.

Bridget Ferrigan

01/20/2015

 

 

Clerical, 90th District Court

Temporary Clerical position / Civil Division,at the 90th District Court, Petoskey, MI. Civil filings and customer service. Part-time work, 3 days per week, (minor flexibility in schedule). Compensation $12.00 per hour. No Benefits. Background check is required. Send resume and availability (days/hours and a potential start date) to: Lisa Smith, Court Administrator, 200 Division Street, Ste. G12, Petoskey, MI 49770 or fax 231-348-0616 or email: lsmith@emmetcounty.org

Ms. Lisa Smith

01-19-2015

 

 

Temporary Patient Care Technician (Spring/Summer 2015)

This position is a Temporary Summer Position.

As directed by the Team Leader and the Registered Nurse and in partnership with the healthcare team and patient/family, performs work processes to accomplish positive patient outcomes, and organizational goals. Provision of care focuses on psychosocial support and activities of daily living.

Education: High School Diploma or equivalent. Currently enrolled in an accredited nursing program preferred. Knowledge of basic technician skills, normally acquired by completing at least one year of nursing school or other human service field, in order to perform assigned duties in specified work areas.

Experience: Prior experience in direct patient care preferred. CENA training preferred. Prior experience could be obtained through clinical nursing rotation (completion of Medical/Surgical rotation) relevant to the specific work area. Acute care experience preferred.

Requirements:
Apply online at northernhealth.org
Complete Electronic Application
Include Cover Letter (Attached within Electronic Application)
Include Resume (Attached within Electronic Application)
Applications must be submitted by March 1, 2015
Temporary positions will start April 20th & May 18th, 2015

For more information contact Kacey Marshall, Clinical Recruiter at 231.487.4210 or email kmarshall@northernhealth.org

Kacey Marshall, kmarshall@northernhealth.org

01/19/2015

 

 

AmeriCorps Field Crew Member

Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa is accepting applications for Field Crew Members (ages 18-25). Corpsmembers participate in on the job training to learn natural resource management skills and put those skills into practice working outdoors on conservation projects across the upper Midwest. Full-time commitment for a 10-month AmeriCorps service term, Monday-Thursday, 10 hours each day.

CREW LOCATIONS:
-- Southern Minnesota: Rochester, Mankato, Kilen Woods State Park (Windom), Camden State Park (Marshall)
-- Iowa: Ames, Council Bluffs, Des Moines (Polk County)
-- Missouri: Springfield

HOUSING
-- Program is NOT residential; members must secure their own housing near the crew location.
*Des Moines, Iowa (Polk County) crew ONLY: Low cost housing available for members. For more information, call 515-323-5300.

SERVICE TERM DATES, STIPEND & AWARD:
-- 2/16/2015 to 12/11/2015, Monthly stipend: $1235, Education Award: $5645

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Crew Members receive training and complete habitat restoration projects such as tree planting, exotic species management and herbicide application, timber stand improvement, stream bank stabilization and erosion control, basic carpentry, prescribed burning, trail construction and maintenance, wildlife habitat improvement, wildland fire fighting and emergency response. Habitat restoration projects are performed outdoors in partnership with public land management organizations such as state and federal agencies, cities, counties, and trail associations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
-- Ability to perform the Essential Service Functions 40 hours per week:
---- Long (10 hour) days of shoveling, digging and swinging heavy tools repetitively
---- Long (10 hour) days of chainsaw / brush saw work
---- Heavy lifting, bending, and carrying up to 50 pounds
---- Walking / working on steep or uneven terrain
---- Working in extremes of heat or cold
---- Working, eating, and camping outdoors in all weather conditions
-- Ability 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.
-- 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 the full term of AmeriCorps service.
-- Flexible schedule to accommodate week-long out of town assignments and emergency response.
-- Must pass the National Sex Offender Public Registry and criminal history check defined as no positive hits on the NSOPR and no history of violent offenses on the criminal history check.
-- Must successfully pass medical review process.

REQUIREMENTS:

Must be 18-25 years old and be able to perform essential functions of the job including physically strenuous work 40 hours per week. Typical service week is Monday through Thursday (10 hours each day) with other days scheduled as required. Crew Members must be available for week-long out of town assignments that involve camping near the work project site. A full term of service must be completed in order to receive the education award. Personal protective equipment is provided and required.

BENEFITS:

Members receive a living stipend, health insurance, student loan forbearance during the service term, and a post-service AmeriCorps Education Award that may be used for college expenses or to repay qualified student loans. Members also have the opportunity to explore career options within the environmental field.

The Conservation Corps engages AmeriCorps members, ages 18-25, as defined under the American Conservation and Youth Service Corps Act, a subtitle of the National and Community Service Act of 1990. This program is available to all, without regard to race, color, disability, sex, political affiliation or religion. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request.

TO APPLY:

Priority deadline: January 19, 2015
-- Des Moines, Iowa (Polk County) Crew ONLY: January 25, 2015

Application open past priority deadline until all positions filled.
Positions filled on a rolling basis. Please apply early.
Apply online at: http://www.conservationcorps.org/apply.
Contact recruit@conservationcorps.org with questions.

Kellie lager, Recruitment Coordinator

01/16/2015

 

 

Retail clothing sales/merchandising Intern

Northern Michigan clothing store, in Indian River. Seeking a college intern for the summer months. Must be available to work most weekends, and summer holidays. Part time position competitive pay. Help our experienced team with fresh new ideas, and learn from our over 80 years of expertise. You will provide unparalleled customer service, work on window displays, and merchandising, and stocking. A fun, upbeat atmosphere, amongst great people. Smiles are a must! =)

616-340-6690

01/15/15

 

 

Preschool Teacher, 3 year olds

NOW HIRING: Are you an early child care professional with a vision for impacting young lives? Do you have a passion for your work, show initiative and get along well with your co-workers? If so, we are looking for a mature, qualified individual to join our fast paced child care center. Ideal candidates will have an AS in ECE or equivalent, have some experience teaching young children in a center or preschool setting, be able to work with various age groups, and have flexible availability. Please email cover letter and resume to: info@munchkinmanordaycare.com

Sindye Alexander

01/13/15

 

 

Ticket Checker - Boyne Mountain Resort

Responsibilities of this job include ensuring skiers possess a valid pass and enforcing mountain policies when necessary. Basic mechanical skills, and the ability to stand for long hours in all weather conditions including extreme cold and snow are required, along with heavy lifting up to and including 50 pounds. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and be available to work nights, weekends, and holidays.

To apply, please visit http://www.boyne.com/boynemountain/employment/jobs and complete the online application.

Jake Ziegler

01/13/2015

 

 

Community Mapping and Outreach Corpsmember

Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa is now hiring for a Community Mapping and Outreach Corpsmember (AmeriCorps position, ages 18-25). Member will help the Northwest Regional Sustainable Development Partnership (NWRSDP) and Project Get Outdoors (GO) strengthen a network of organizations committed to connecting children and nature. Full-time commitment for a 10-month AmeriCorps service term, Monday-Friday, 8 hours each day.

LOCATION:
-- Crookston, MN
*Position is not residential. Member must secure their own housing near work site.

SERVICE TERM AND SCHEDULE:
-- Term: February 16 – December 11, 2015
-- Schedule: Full-time, Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (typical), 40 hrs per week

STIPEND AND AWARD:
-- Living Allowance: Stipend of $1565/month
-- Education Award: $5645 to eligible participants upon completion of term

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Member will help the Northwest Regional Sustainable Development Partnership (NWRSDP) and Project Get Outdoors (GO) strengthen a network of organizations committed to connecting children and nature. The network will expand from a focus in Polk, Norman and Mahnomen counties to the northwest region. The Corpsmember will assist with social network analysis and community mapping. These mapping activities identify public green spaces and other resources within communities that are available to help connect children to nature and the outdoors. NWRSDP, its partners in public health and Project GO work to link kids and caring adult volunteers to exploration, play and reflection in nature near where they live.

The Corpsmember will work with community partners to provide ongoing assistance and support to community-based programs to increase opportunity for nature play. The majority of this work will take place in Crookston with frequent travel to nearby communities for partner meetings and program planning. Most service activities will occur in an office setting, with substantial time spent out of the office meeting with partners and participating in events.

QUALIFICATIONS:

-- Positive attitude and strong commitment to service and community work.
-- Work independently and with others in a team setting.
-- Experienced organizer and network builder with the ability to see the opportunities for synergy and to strengthen connections among organizations.
-- Photography, storytelling and graphic design are key skills to capturing and presenting stories from the community partners to the broader network of collaborators.
-- Enthusiasm for connecting children and families with nature.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

-- Relevant coursework in youth development, environmental education, English, journalism, public relations, communications or related field of study and/or -- equivalent professional experience.
-- The candidate must possess strong written and oral communication skills as well as strong organizational and word processing skills.
-- Experience with Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint) is desired.
-- Experience working with children and youth in outdoor settings.
-- Training will be provided in these areas as needed.

REQUIREMENTS:

Must be eligible for AmeriCorps enrollment, and be able to perform essential functions of the position including physically strenuous work 40 hours per week. Schedule may vary on a weekly basis, not to exceed 40 hours per week. Some evening and weekend shifts required. A full term of service must be completed in order to receive the education award. Personal protective equipment provided and required.

BENEFITS:

Crew Members will receive a living stipend of $1565 per month, health insurance, student loan forbearance during the service term, and a post-service AmeriCorps Education Award of $5645 that may be used for college expenses or to repay qualified student loans.

This program is available to all, without regard to disability, race, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation or political affiliation. The Conservation Corps engages AmeriCorps members, ages 18-25, as defined under the American Conservation and Youth Service Corps Act, a subtitle of the National and Community Service Act of 1990. Reasonable accommodations provided upon request.

TO APPLY:

Priority deadline: January 19, 2015
Applications accepted beyond priority deadline until position filled. Please apply early.
Apply online at: http://www.conservationcorps.org/apply
Questions: Contact Brian Hubbard, Program Coordinator, at (651) 209-9900 x17

Brian Hubbard, Program Coordinator

01/14/2015

 

 

Lift Operator - Boyne Mountain Resort

Responsibilities of this job are to operating ski lifts and assist guests on and off the lifts as necessary. Must be able to tolerate cold weather and be able to ski at an intermediate level. Lift Operators eligible for "work-ski" incentive. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and be available to work nights, weekends, and holidays.

To apply, please visit http://www.boyne.com/boynemountain/employment/jobs and complete the online application.

Jake Ziegler

01/13/2015

 

 

Housekeeping Room Attendant - Boyne Mountain Resort

Responsibilities of this job include ensuring that guest rooms are clean, orderly, and attractive in all aspects, restocking supplies in both guest rooms and housekeeping storage closets, and other duties as assigned. Heavy lifting is required, up to and including 50 pounds. Position is paid on piecework, meaning flexible earning potential. Piecework is a fixed rate paid for each room cleaned and inspected based on volume and performance. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and be available to work weekends and holidays. AM and PM shifts available.

To apply, please visit http://www.boyne.com/boynemountain/employment/jobs and complete the online application.

Jake Ziegler

01/13/2015

 

 

Lifeguard - Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark

Lifeguards are fully trained and certified through Ellis and Associates and the International Lifeguard Training Program, including First Aid, CPR, AED and Supplemental Oxygen Administration. Training classes are conducted at Avalanche Bay. License fees apply with reimbursement possibilities. Applicants must be at least 16 years old and be available to work nights, weekends, and holidays.

To apply, please visit http://www.boyne.com/boynemountain/employment/jobs and complete the online application.

Jake Ziegler

01/13/2015

 

 

Document Retrieval

This a subcontractor position.

I need someone to occasionally retrieve documents from the Cheboygan County Courthouse. There may also be some searching for documents, but I will train the right person.

You must be able to get to the courthouse between 8:30 AM and 4 PM - this will not be a daily thing - just on an as-needed basis. It may only take you five or ten minutes one day, and one or two hours the next - the workload is entirely driven by the orders that I receive.

The schedule is somewhat flexible - please contact me for more info.

Requirements: common sense, a cell phone, an email address, a computer and scanner (or access to a fax machine), and the ability to combine documents into PDF files.

Deb 906-286-3852

1-12-2015

 

 

Server/Food Runner/Bowling counter

Northern Lights Recreation and Sassy Loon Bar & Grill are hard working and outgoing servers, food runner/expo and bowling counter personnel. Must be available nights and weekends. Send resumes to cristens.northernlightsrec@gmail.com or come in to apply. No phone calls please.

Cristen Smith

1/6/15

 

 

Part Time Nabisco Merchandiser - Gaylord, MI

To apply:

Visit http://www.mondelezinternational.com/careers/find-a-job-with-us
Click on “United States” then “Hourly Positions” and then search for Job number: 1410448

Mondelēz International Part-Time Merchandiser – Gaylord, MI

Mondelēz International is a whole new company that has been reimagined with a single focus in mind: create delicious moments of joy by sharing the world’s favorite brands. Launched on Oct. 1, 2012, and employing around 100,000 people around the world, Mondelēz International comprises the global snacking and food brands of the former Kraft Foods Inc.

While Mondelēz International is new, our brands are as diverse and rich with heritage as the 170 countries in which our products are marketed. As the world’s pre-eminent maker of snacks, Mondelēz International has leading shares in every category and every region of the world in which it competes. The company holds the No. 1 position globally in Biscuits, Chocolate, Candy and Powdered Beverages as well as the No. 2 position in Gum and Coffee.

Mondelēz International portfolio includes several billion-dollar brands such as Nabisco, Oreo and LU biscuits, Cadbury and Milka chocolate, Jacobs coffee, Tang powdered beverages and Trident gums. Mondelēz International has annual revenue of approximately $35 billion and operations in more than 80 countries.

For more information, please visit: http://www.mondelezinternational.com/ and www.facebook.com/mondelezinternational

The Part Time Sales Service Representative/Merchandiser position will contribute to building a world class Direct Store Delivery (DSD) business at the retail level by fulfilling the merchandising needs of our customer primarily focusing, though not exclusively, on our Nabisco brands.
• Make an impact by establishing and maintaining rapport with Store personnel while providing outstanding customer service.
• Flex your creativity and show us your detailed oriented while focusing on building POS (point of sale) displays in all areas of the store, merchandising displays and shelves, properly rotating stock and assuring accurate price tags and POS are in place.
• Use your planning and organizing skills while maintaining a timely and accurate call schedule
• Act like an owner by identifying and communicating individual store problems and opportunities to Mondelēz Sales Management.
Qualifications:
• Valid driver's license, reliable transportation and proof of auto insurance is required
• A flexible work schedule is required, including availability to work weekends and holidays.
• High School Diploma or GED is preferred
• Retail and /or Grocery experience is preferred
• Ability to perform physical activities (frequent lifting, bending, and carrying up to 25 lbs., occasionally over 50 lbs., pushing, pulling, etc.) while adhering to safety expectations and processes in a fast-paced work environment
• Effective communication skills
• Computer literate (Microsoft Office, Internet and Cellular/Wireless devices) with access to the internet and a personal email account.
• Successful completion of drug test, MVR check, and general background check.

Mondelēz International is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation or preference, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

Nicole Parmelee, 973-503-2730

12/30/2014

 

 

Human Resource

Career Opportunity ~ Mallard Cove Assisted Living is looking for an enthusiastic individual to fill a Human Resource position.
Responsibilities include supporting the day to day operation of Human Resources department, coordinate in recruitment and selection, scheduling, evaluations and update policies procedures documentation and employee records.
An applicant needs to have strong communication, computer and management skills and able to multi-task. Experience preferred.
Interested candidates should contact Mallard Cove:
email Mallardcoveassistedliving@gmail.com or phone (231) 347-2273.

Lauri, Director of Operations

12/22/14

 

 

Direct Caregivers

Mallard Cove Assisted Living is looking for individuals that are compassionate, caring and dependable for Direct Caregiver positions. Applicant needs to have high school diploma or equivalent, good physical health, Demonstrates sensitivity, empathy an interest in working with Alzheimer’s population. Previous experience as nursing assistant or direct care staff preferred.
Interested candidates should contact Mallard Cove Assisted Living at: Mallardcoveassistedliving@gmail.com
or call(231) 347-2273

Lauri, Director of Operations

12/22/14