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Community Prevention Coordinator

Community Prevention Coordinator to lead Community Violence Prevention Team and provide sexual assault prevention education curriculum in area schools and the community. Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in field related to health education or human services with strong organizational and public speaking skills, and experience networking with diverse groups of people. Send resume to Chris Krajewski, Women’s Resource Center, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI. EOE

Dena Sydow

09/16/2014

 

 

Hotel Restaurant General Manager


Organization: International Union, UAW – United Automobile, Aerospace & Agricultural, Implement Workers of America

Position: Hotel Restaurant – General Manager

Location: UAW Walter and May Reuther Family Education Center - Onaway, Michigan

Status: Full Time Employee


ABOUT US:

The UAW, a non-profit organization, is one of the largest and most diverse labor unions in North America with over 1 million active and retired members. Headquartered in Detroit, the UAW has regional offices and hundreds of local unions across the United States. UAW – represented workplaces include multi-national corporations, small manufacturers, state and local governments, colleges and universities, hospitals and private non-profit organizations. The UAW is an equal opportunity employer.


POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The United Auto Workers (UAW) is seeking a General Manager for Black Lake, its conference center and golf course nestled around reflecting pools, high wooded land and an evergreen terrain in Onaway, Michigan. This is a unique opportunity for an experienced hospitality manager who has background in all phases of hotel management, including sales and marketing, human resources, food and beverage, budget/forecast management, rooms, housekeeping, maintenance, and golf course management.

The Center is available for conferences, retreats, reunions and family vacations – and includes an education building with 12 classrooms, a 350-seat lecture hall and a dining room with the capacity to serve up to 400 guests buffet style.

Accommodations include rustic rooms at the timeless “Old Lodge,” the secluded “Hilltop Chalets” and traditional hotel-style rooms. There are 228 sleeping rooms, with the capacity to house 395 people depending on rooming accommodations. Black Lake also has a selection of condominiums and apartments.

The property has a gym with two full-size basketball courts, an Olympic-size indoor pool, exercise facilities, table tennis and pool tables, a sauna, beaches, hiking and biking trails, and a boat launch ramp. There is a campground, 2 bars, laundromat, and gift shop on the premises.

The property also has an 18 hole golf course designed by famed architect, Rees Jones. While many courses have two or three so-called signature holes that are worthy of brochure status, every hole at Black Lake Golf Club could easily be on the front cover of a magazine. That is one reason that it was placed #44 in Golf Digest's "100 Greatest Public Courses in America" in May 2012 and placed #9 in the Best Value category.

There is also a 9 hole par 3 course and extensive practice area. The clubhouse offers a fully stocked pro shop and full dining area.

KEY DUTIES:
As General Manager, you are responsible for the effective operational management of the facility. Specifically, you will be responsible for performing the following tasks to the highest of standards:
• Work in conjunction with the Center and the UAW staff to actively manage key property issues (including capital projects; customer service; refurbishment)
• Assist the development of meaningful, achievable hotel and golf operation budgets and other short and long term strategic goals
• Provide effective leadership to the resort team and team members to ensure targets are met and exceeded
• Respond to audits that are completed by the union to ensure continuous improvement is achieved
• Plan, direct and coordinate the service delivery of all operational departments in order to meet and exceed guest expectations
• Ensure that costs are controlled throughout the operational departments and results are analyzed regularly to highlight problem areas and take appropriate action
• Seek and respond to guest feedback in order to achieve positive outcomes and high levels of customer satisfaction
• Hold regular briefings and communication meetings with the union’s International Executive Board

JOB REQUIREMENTS (EDUCATION/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE):
The General Manager needs to be a proven professional who is capable of turning around an operation that has an abundance of untapped potential. To successfully fill this role, you must possess the following qualifications, attitude, behaviors, skills, and values that follow:
• A degree or diploma in Hotel Management or equivalent
• More than 5 years of experience as a General Manager
• Strong commercial acumen, preferably with experience in resort management with a golf course
• Experience in managing budgets, revenue proposals and forecasting results
• In-depth knowledge of the hotel/leisure/service sector
• Strong leadership skills to effectively manage and motivate the team to achieve a high level of performance and exceed targets
• Accountable and resilient
• Proven track record in achieving high guest service ratings
• Proven track record of achieving revenues and objectives
• Sales leadership experience
• Excellent communication, time management and leadership skills are a must.
• Experience working at a property with high seasonality
It would be advantageous in this position for the candidate to demonstrate the following capabilities and distinctions:
• Knowledge of the hotel property management systems
• Previous experience in the same or similar role
• Ability to creatively market the property to attract new business
• Experience working in a unionized setting
COMPENSATION/BENEFITS:

Competitive wage and comprehensive benefit package.



Submit resume to:

Naghmana Siddiqi
UAW Human Resources Department
8000 E. Jefferson Avenue
Detroit, Michigan 48214

Or submit resume via e-mail to:
(nsiddiqi@uaw.net)

Naghmana Siddiqi, nsiddiqi@uaw.net

09/16/14

 

 

Sous Chef - Independence Village of Petoskey

The Culinary Mission is Great Food & Ridiculous Service. Every Meal, Every Resident, No Exceptions, No Excuses!

Sous Chef:
We believe in our Employees First and get great results because of great people. We continually strive to create a workplace that challenges and encourages our employees to step outside their comfort zones and promotes creativity and participation. We pursue the greatest possible impact in every interaction, every minute of every day.

Our foundation is made up of our Pillars:
Dream Big
Have Courage
Take Initiative
Be Accountable
Ridiculous Service
Give Back

Position Summary:                    
                               
Assists the Executive Chef to successfully manage all aspects of the culinary and dining department.  Responsibilities include retail sales, special events planning, food expense and inventory control, safety, management and training of staff members and maintaining excellent customer service.

Essential Responsibilities and Duties:
 
Assist Executive Chef in hiring, coaching, and performance management for culinary operations.  
Directly supervises all culinary staff.
Assist Executive Chef in managing and training culinary and dining personnel.   
Supervises culinary and dietary staff regarding product quality, portion, cost controls and labor scheduling and staffing.
Responsible for quality of food served by smelling, tasting items & plate presentation.
Assists with menu planning and development and ordering of food and dietary supplies.
Prepare and cook meals to order.
Responsible for managing the culinary department in absence of Executive Chef.
Assist cooks as needed.  When necessary, stepping in to assist during emergencies or rush periods.
Achieve 100% resident satisfaction through plate presentation and taste.  
Circulate all dining rooms during meal times daily for resident feedback.
Consistently maintains a positive attitude, which supports a team environment.  
Promotes positive public relations with residents, family members and guests.
Compliance with current law and policies to provide a work environment free from sexual harassment and all illegal and discriminatory behavior.
Knowledgeable of the resident rights, and ensures an atmosphere that allows for privacy, dignity and well-being of all residents in a safe, secure environment.
Maintain safety, including universal precautions and safe work practices, established fire/safety/disaster plans, risk management and security.   
Must immediately report unsafe working conditions, equipment’s repair and maintenance needs to his/her direct supervisor.
Effectively communicate both orally and in writing.
Present professional appearance by wearing approved uniform and name tag
Supports the Mission, Values, and Vision of Senior Village Management.
Work toward continual improvement of the overall organization.
 
Education, Knowledge and Skills:
Fine dining experience required.
Culinary Degree, or in the process of pursuing a Culinary Degree, preferred.
 
An Equal Opportunity Employer.

cphillips@csigholding.com

9/15/14

 

 

Dishwasher - Independence Village of Petoskey

The Culinary Mission is Great Food & Ridiculous Service. Every Meal, Every Resident, No Exceptions, No Excuses!

Dishwasher:
We believe in our Employees First and get great results because of great people. We continually strive to create a workplace that challenges and encourages our employees to step outside their comfort zones and promotes creativity and participation. We pursue the greatest possible impact in every interaction, every minute of every day.

Our foundation is made up of our Pillars:
Dream Big
Have Courage
Take Initiative
Be Accountable
Ridiculous Service
Give Back

As a Dishwasher with Senior Village Management, you will be responsible for washing and unloading dishes, pots, pans, silverware, china, utensils, and equipment. You will take on a rewarding position with an innovative company where hard work pays off and advancement is always a possibility. Oh, and we offer competitive pay and benefits in an excellent work environment, if we do say so ourselves. And we do.
Requirements:
• High School Diploma, or equivalent, or technical school.
• Prior restaurant or dish washing experience is preferred.
• Must be friendly, display a positive attitude, and have good teamwork.
• Good communication skills are required.
• You love to laugh and have fun while working hard to provide ridiculous service.
• You pretty much rock and we’d be silly not to hire you.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities:
• Use proper procedures for cleaning and storing items; comply with all applicable State, local health and safety codes.
• Stock soap, towels and paper products throughout the kitchen.
• Perform daily or scheduled cleaning duties in accordance with established policies and procedures. May be required to scrub and mop floors, clean and sanitize equipment and work areas.
• Consistently maintain a positive attitude, supporting a team environment.
• Promote positive public relations with residents, family members and guests.
• Supports the Mission, Values, and Vision of Senior Village Management

An Equal Opportunity Employer.

jobs@csigholding.com

9/15/14

 

 

Cook - Independence Village Petoskey

The Culinary Mission is Great Food & Ridiculous Service. Every Meal, Every Resident, No Exceptions, No Excuses!

Cook:
We believe in our Employees First and get great results because of great people. We continually strive to create a workplace that challenges and encourages our employees to step outside their comfort zones and promotes creativity and participation. We pursue the greatest possible impact in every interaction, every minute of every day.

Our foundation is made up of our Pillars:
Dream Big
Have Courage
Take Initiative
Be Accountable
Ridiculous Service
Give Back

As a Cook with Senior Village Management, you will be responsible to prepare and cook large quantities of food according to the menu and recipes for residents and guests. You will take on a rewarding position with an innovative company where hard work pays off and advancement is always a possibility. Oh, and we offer competitive pay and benefits in an excellent work environment, if we do say so ourselves. And we do.
Requirements:
• High School diploma (or equivalent); or technical school.
• Two years fine dining experience and/or training is preferred.
• Must be 18 years or older.
• Good communication skills are required.
• You love to laugh and have fun while working hard to provide ridiculous service.
• You pretty much rock and we’d be silly not to hire you.

Responsibilities:
• Clean and inspect kitchen appliances and work areas in order to ensure cleanliness and functional operation; stocks and cleans station for next shift.
• Plate food items following portion guidelines and garnishing instructions.
• Assist other kitchen staff as needed; performs other duties as assigned by supervisor.
• Ensures that sufficient food is prepped and/or prepared; communicates with supervisor of shortages or outages.
• Ensures freshness, cooking status and proper seasoning of all foods served; follows proper food rotation policies.
• Knows State and site sanitation policies. Ensures equipment is clean and sanitized.
• Promotes positive public relations with residents, family members and guests.
• Maintain safety, including universal precautions and safe work practices, established fire/safety/disaster plans, risk management and security; Must immediately report unsafe working conditions, equipment repair and maintenance needs to his/her direct supervisor.
• Maintain a positive attitude which supports team performance and productivity.
• Supports the Mission, Values, and Vision of Senior Village Management.


An Equal Opportunity Employer.

jobs@csigholding.com

9/15/14

 

 

Personal Banker

Personal Banker
The Bank of Northern Michigan
Traverse City, Michigan

The Bank of Northern Michigan is looking for an enthusiastic, knowledgeable individual to provide a personalized banking experience for our downtown Traverse City clients. By serving as the first point of contact for clients, Personal Bankers have the opportunity make a difference in our clients' lives and contribute to the success of our growing company.


Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

- Evaluates needs of customers and offers appropriate financial products and services.

- Open new customer accounts and ensure all required documentation is In order.

- Provides ongoing excellent customer service to existing clients as well as potential clients.

- Ensures completeness of loan documentation on new account set-up as well as oversee the timely closing and funding of the loan.

- Informs and advises customers of status or enhancements to current account productivity, and suggests resolution on account disputes and other account activity.

- Responds to customer inquiries and requests regarding account.

- Coordinates and assists back office personnel in resolving credit problems, delinquent payment issues, and other related affairs.

- Promotes and cross-sells other establishment products and services as appropriate to customer requirements.

- Generates new business to assist in meeting establishment profitability goals.

- Receives checks and cash for deposit, verifies amount, and examines checks for endorsements.

- Cashes checks and pays out money after verification of signatures and customer balances.

- Enters customers' transactions into computer to record transactions, and issues computer generated receipts.

- Places holds on accounts for uncollected funds.

- Orders necessary cash from the vault, and counts incoming cash.

- Balances currency, coin, and checks in cash drawer at end of day and compares totaled amounts with data displayed on computer screen.

- Explains, promotes, or sells products or services such as traveler’s checks, savings bonds and cashier's checks.

- Removes deposits from, and counts and balances cash in, night depository.

- Accepts loan payments.

- Processes foreign and domestic wire transfers.

Interested candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.tbonm.com/careers.aspx.

EOE M/F/Disabled/Minorites/Veterans

Kirstyn Wildey, kwildey@lmfc.com

09/12/2014

 

 

Transportation Security Officer Position

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/378443500

The Transportation Security Administration is recruiting applicants for Transportation Security Officer Positions at the Pellston Regional Airport

Please apply via the USAJOBS link above.

Debi Stephens HR Specialist

09/12/2014

 

 

Dental assistant in Charlevoix

Seeking an energetic, enthusiastic, and willing to learn fast the clinical duties of a dental assistant. Must have a bright smile, be caring and sociable. Hourly rate from $12-20 per hour with simple IRA plan, paid time off, health insurance for the employee, and many continuing education opportunities.

michaeljlucido@yahoo.com

09/12/2014

 

 

Bouncer/Security

Northern Lights Recreation is looking for an enthusiastic, level headed and hard working person to fill a Friday and Saturday night security position.

Please apply in person or send resumes to
cristens.northernlightsrec@gmail.com

No phone calls please

Cristen Smith

9/11/14

 

 

Rehabilitation/Socialization

Actively seeking male candidates for a Rehabilitation/Socialization employment position at Specialized Personal Recovery Services. You will work independently in a coaching/mentoring capacity involving daily socialization skills and activities with
individuals with disabilities. These activities may include but are not limited to playing basketball, walking, bowling, video games, fishing, biking and daily living skills.

You should be 21 years old or older, have dependable transportation, clear driving record, must pass a drug test, be computer literate and own a PC, laptop or tablet.

Weekly hours are flexible and will involve some weekends, evenings and holidays. Training provided. You do not need to have prior care giving experience but should posses a strong desire to help others, be compassionate and patient. Starting pay is $11.60 per hour; increasing to $12 after training is complete. Areas we need people to work are in Traverse City, Charlevoix, Petoskey, Rapid City, Kalkaska and Mancelona service areas. We prefer outgoing, high-energy people with good follow through skills. If interested send cover letter and resume via e-mail to: specializedprs@icloud.com
Attention: Tim Schmidt

Tim Schmidt via email at specializedprs@icloud.com

09/10/2014

 

 

Security Medical Officer

Job Summary: Guards casino property against fire, theft, vandalism, and illegal entry, and safeguards all casino Team Members, guests and assetsby performing any combination of following duties.

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or GED. Must have a State of Michigan MFR licensure. Must be responsible, reliable, and able to make sound decisions and at least 18 years of age. Must be flexible with shifts and days off. Must pass a pre-employment physical. Must be able to meet Odawa Casino Resort internal training requirements. Long periods of standing and walking. Must be able to lift and carry up to thirty-(30) pounds. Some pushing, pulling, bending, kneeling and reaching are required. Must be willing to work overtime, weekends, holidays, special events, etc. as needed. Exposure to loud and continual noise levels and a smoke filled environment. Occasional in-town travel will be required. Must maintain confidentiality at all times. Must be able to obtain a gaming license in accordance to the regulations established by the LTBB Gaming Regulatory Commission. Pre-employment drug testing will apply to all selected applicants receiving an offer of conditional employment. A positive drug screen will hinder your ability to apply for a 30 day period.

Liz Rice

09/10/14

 

 

Floor Technician

JOB SUMMARY: Under direction of Housekeeping Supervisor, is responsible for the maintenance and cleaning of carpets and floors in the casino, administrative buildings, and other assigned areas while following safety guidelines and policies and procedures to achieve Odawa Casino Resort standards of quality utilizing established standards of service.

Minimum Qualifications:

Must be able to read and understand warning labeling and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS). Must be able to pass a physical. Must be at least 18 years of age. Must be able to push and/or pull equipment weighing up to 60 pounds and be able to lift weight up to 50 pounds. Must be able to extend arms overhead with bending and stooping frequently and be able to stand and walk for long periods of time and be able to climb and work from steps and ladders, be able to grasp broom, mop and equipment handles and maneuver necessary equipment and related controls and switches and be able to work around dust and cleaning chemicals on a regular basis. Will be required to wear appropriate safety equipment and apparel according to product label. Must be flexible with shift and days off. Must be able to meet Odawa Casino Resort internal training requirements and be able to obtain a gaming license in accordance to the regulations established by the LTBB Gaming Regulatory Commission. Exposure to loud and continual noise levels and a smoke filled environment. Must maintain confidentiality at all times. Pre-employment drug testing will apply to all selected applicants receiving an offer of conditional employment.

Liz Rice

09/10/14

 

 

FREE BlackJack Dealer Class!

This opportunity is an exciting way to earn an average of $17.50/hour while working part time!

You must register by September 14th, seating is limited!

Contact the Pit Managers today for more information at (231) 439-6100 x8953.

Liz Rice

09/10/14

 

 

Line Cook $11.16/hour

Job Summary: Prepares food and delivers exceptional guest service at our food and beverage outlets.

Minimum Qualifications:

Ability to read, write legibly, understand and speak English and be at least 18 years of age. Minimum of one (1) year experience in the service industry or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have knowledge of proper use of all kitchen equipment used in prep procedures. Must know the importance and demonstrate use of rotation (First In First Out—FIFO) system. Responsible for producing proper raw products in to a quality finished product according to pre-determined standards for food preparation. Must have knowledge of compound dressings, sauces and salads. Must have proper knowledge of fresh meat, poultry and seafood handling and proper meat roasting procedures. Must be able to stand for extended periods of time. Ability to count and make change and cash register/POS (Point of Sale) system experience is a plus.Frequent bending, stooping, reaching, pushing and pulling. Exposure to loud and continual noise levels and a smoke filled environment. Must be flexible with shift and days off. Must maintain confidentiality at all times. Must be able to meet Odawa Casino Resort internal training requirements. Must be able to obtain a gaming license in accordance to the regulations established by the LTBB Gaming Regulatory Commission. Pre-employment drug testing will apply to all selected applicants receiving an offer of conditional employment.

Liz Rice

09/10/14

 

 

EVENTS SPECIALIST

Are you looking for a sales job providing food samples in retail stores that would allow you to meet new people? Our product demonstration positions may be a great fit for your sparkling personality. CROSSMARK's Events Team is looking for associates to complete food demonstrations working in a flexible part-time environment

PAYS GREAT AND FLEXIBLE HOURS
AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT YOU WOULD BE DOING IS COOKING DEMONSTRATIONS PASSING OUT SNACK SAMPLE AND EDUCATING THE CUSTOMERS ON THE PRODUCTS.
SEND ME YOUR RESUME AT TIFFANY.BURNS@CROSSMARK.COM
OR CALL ME AT 469-608-8567

469-608-8567

09/08/14

 

 

Medical Assistant

Onsite Health is looking for experienced Medical Assistants to work an event in Camp Grayling, MI on September 26-28. We work alongside the Michigan Army National Guard to perform Periodic Health Assessments. This is a per diem job opening. You must live within 60 miles of Camp Grayling.

Medical Assistants - you must be proficient in 3 of the 6 following clinical tasks:
1. Obtaining Vital Signs - height, weight, manual blood pressure
2. Visual Acuity Screening - Using Snellen Charts
3. Administering Immunizations - Hep A, Hep B, Tetanus
4. Phlebotomy/Fingersticks
5. HCG Testing - dipsticks
6. EKG's - Placing and printing 12-lead EKGs

If interested, please contact Tiffany Fridley by email at tfridley@onsitehealth.com. You must include: Name, Contact Number, Email, Distance (in miles away from Camp Grayling) and Resume.

Tiffany Fridley

09/05/14

 

 

Motor Carrier Officer

Motor carrier officers are armed uniformed members of the Michigan State Police Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division, specializing in commercial vehicle enforcement.

Motor carrier officers enforce traffic safety laws on commercial vehicles, protect the infrastructure through aggressive size and weight enforcement, conduct commercial vehicle and driver inspections, and contribute to homeland security efforts by enforcing hazardous material regulations.

Motor carrier officers also respond to emergency situations, e.g., assist distressed motorists, backup other law enforcement officers, and are a resource for other law enforcement personnel in criminal investigations involving commercial vehicles.

MC Ofcr. Danielle Stewart

09/04/2014

 

 

Preschool Teacher

Growing Preschool Program seeks qualified teachers. If you are a fun, self-motivated, caring teaching professional with a “can-do” attitude, we want you to join our awesome team. Submit resume and cover letter to info@munchkinmanordaycare.com for immediate consideration for the following positions.

Lead Teacher for our new GSRP preschool program. Must have BA in Early childhood education or child development with a valid teaching certificate, OR a BA in Elementary Education with a ZA/ZS endorsement and a valid teaching certificate.

Lead Teacher for our Head Start Program. Must have AS in ECE or child development.

Assistant Teacher for our new GSRP preschool program. Must have AS in ECE or child development.

Sindye Alexander

09/03/14

 

 

Intern with the Michigan Democratic Coordinated Campaign

Come and intern with the Michigan Democratic Coordinated Campaign in the final and most exciting months of the campaign for our "Get Out The Vote" effort. The campaign is looking for bright, energetic individuals who want to learn the nuts and bolts of how a campaign works and help elect Democratic candidates across the state.

Hours are completely flexible with a small requirement, and the Coordinated Campaign team is a lot of fun. No experience necessary. You will walk out the door at the end of the internship knowing how to run a local field program, run a successful "Get Out The Vote" operation, as well as having met some really great friends.

Additionally, the campaign is also offering a fellowship program for applicants who are looking to take their involvement with the campaign to the next level. Fellows will participate in our Field Organizer Training Program, where they will not only learn the basics of campaign field work, but will also gain in-depth knowledge of grassroots organizing so that they are ready to work on, and eventually run, campaigns of their own in the future.

The Coordinated Campaign internship and fellowship programs are designed to be an enriching educational experience, where participants will engage in daily field activities, learn from and have access to seasoned campaign staff, and hear from a variety of political guest speakers.

To apply for an internship or a fellowship with the Michigan Democratic Coordinated Campaign or to learn about general volunteer opportunities, apply online at http://bit.do/miccinternships, call us at (248) 824-6957, or email us at michigandemcoordinated@hotmail.com.

Michael Corjulo

9/2/2014

 

 

Web Design Internship

Part Time or Full Time
Job Location: Petoskey, MI
Paid Internship: $10/hr

We are offering internships for Graphic Designers and Web Developers.

Live up north and learn what it takes to be a full time designer at a digital company. This may be the only design internship located on a park, above a deli and fudge shop, and three blocks from Lake Michigan. You'll work closely with the managing partner of a small web design and strategy company. You'll spend time working with the team to brainstorm and design marketing concepts for healthcare, higher education and consumer markets. Your focus will be heavily geared towards digital interfaces but our clients also require print collateral in the form of posters, post cards and brochures. You are encouraged to push it. Be creative. Surprise our clients. Prove yourself.

http://www.sngm.me/graphic-design-internships-michigan.htm

Dylan Valade

09/02/14

 

 

Web Graphic Designer

Full time
Petoskey, MI

Do you love typography? Have you lost more than a few months of your life pouring over branding agency portfolios, Dribbble and Pinterest? Can you spend hours trying different colors and nudging elements one pixel at a time until it's just right? If you had three yeses and like boats, beaches, and pie then you should apply. You'll be working on print and digital layouts. Our premier product, Matchbook, combines web with direct mail. We work in Adobe CC. Digital design time will be spent with InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Fireworks. Expect to be sketching, brainstorming, and inventing the future of the web.

Send portfolio, education history, work history and three references to dylan@sngm.me. Include a list of places you go to get your design inspiration fix.

http://www.sngm.me/michigan-web-design-jobs.htm

Dylan Valade

09/02/14

 

 

Resident Assistant

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan is a premier senior living provider. As a non-profit, faith-based organization, we’re committed to serving senior citizens of all faiths, walks of life and all financial means.

Currently we are looking to add the following to our team at Perry Farm Village:

Resident Assistant (part-time)
Assist residents with daily living activities such as grooming, eating, dressing, and bathing. Encourages residents to function at their maximum capabilities.

http://secure.pvmcareers.org/pvmhr/

08/28/14

 

 

Housekeeper

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan is a premier senior living provider. As a non-profit, faith-based organization, we’re committed to serving senior citizens of all faiths, walks of life and all financial means.

Currently we are looking to add the following to our team at Perry Farm Village:

Housekeeper
Perform any combination of cleaning duties to maintain Presbyterian Villages and resident rooms/units and common areas.

If interested please visit our website to complete online application.

http://secure.pvmcareers.org/pvmhr/

08/28/14

 

 

Maintenance Technician

Presbyterian Villages of Michigan is a premier senior living provider. As a non-profit, faith-based organization, we’re committed to serving senior citizens of all faiths, walks of life and all financial means.

Currently we are looking to add the following to our team at Perry Farm Village:

Maintenance Technician
Build, install, repair and/or maintain machinery, equipment, physical structures, building systems and outside environment.

http://secure.pvmcareers.org/pvmhr/

08/28/14

 

 

Residential Advocate

North Country Community Mental Health

RESIDENTIAL ADVOCATE: Call-in (as needed) to work shifts in a 24-hour crisis residential program in Petoskey. This position requires flexible hours for any shift including weekends, holidays and business hours during the week. Prefer human services or health care experience but not required. Training provided, salary ranges $11.67 to $16.05. Send resume to Human Resources hr@norcocmh.org, North Country Community Mental Health, 1420 Plaza Drive, Petoskey, MI 49770, or Fax: 231-487-9128. E.O.E.


SUMMARY: The Residential Advocate functions in the North Country Residential short-term treatment home by providing assistance and support to residents. This involves assisting and supporting in whatever self-help skills have been affected by their crisis/ episode of mental illness. The Residential Advocate provides assistance and support in basic self-help skills, such as grooming, dress, and more advanced self-help skills such as participation in social activities, verbal communication, money handling, and meal preparation. The Residential Advocate participates with residents in a wide range of therapeutic experiences that include group and individual activities and problem solving, and accompanying and supporting residents in obtaining resources. The Residential Advocate is an integral part of the team and participates in team, staff, and in-service meetings.


Specific Responsibilities:
1. Under supervision of the Residential Supervisor, advocate participates in supporting residents
in the achievement of goals and stabilization according to the person-centered plan.
2. Serves as a role model to residents by assisting and supporting the resident in performing and
maintaining their basic and advances self-care skills in order to promote healthy adult role
functioning. The Residential Advocate participates with the resident in a wide range of social,
recreational, and task oriented activities to support improved functioning while maintaining
appropriate therapeutic relationships.
3. Offers input for treatment planning, activities, and provides individualized therapeutic
experiences for each resident. Observes and reports any physical symptoms, and reactions or
changes in the mental condition of residents to supervisor immediately. Records the
observations in the resident’s progress notes/ data sheets.
4. Maintains a safe environment by utilizing approved crisis intervention techniques when
necessary and accesses emergency protocols during critical incidents.
5. Utilizes crisis intervention techniques and active listening skills to assist the resident to
achieve stabilization and readjustment to the community.
6. Administers and records medication following the established policies and procedures.
7. Attends and participates in team, staff, and in-service trainings.
8. Collects pertinent data, records and communicates observations to team members.
9. Provides First Aid measures or simple and necessary emergency treatment as directed or
prescribed.
10. Position requires physical ability to complete and maintain certification in CPI (intervention
techniques).
11. Perform all areas of job description without any physical restrictions, which would include
lifting bending, and stretching.
12. Is alert and awake during entire scheduled working hours.
13. Reports to supervisor any situation that poses a potential violation of abuse or neglect.
14. Transports consumers to and from programming, Clubhouse, appointments, etc.
15. Maintains home cleanliness by performing housekeeping chores, and assists in laundry and
cooking.
16. Perform other related duties as assigned by supervisor.


Qualifications:
Possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Satisfactory completion of applicable training to meet requirements of regulating bodies, and demonstrated ability to apply such training to the work environment. Prefer prior experience in human services. Must be free of physical limitations. Obtain a pre-employment physical examination as required by DSS licensing and pass the Licensing Record Clearance process (DSS 1326).

Human Resources

08/28/2014

 

 

Northern Lights Recreation Job Fair

Northern Lights Recreation Job Fair.
8865 M-119 Harbor Springs
Saturday, August 30th 2014
12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

We are looking for enthusiastic, motivated team members to fill serving, bar tending, cook, dishwasher and bowling counter positions.

Northern Lights Recreation....Where adults meet family and friends for fun!

Cristen Smith

8/26/2014

 

 

Care Provider

Mallard Cove in Petoskey, Michigan is in need of Compassionate, Caring and Dependable individuals. All Shifts
Please contact:
Mallard Cove Assisted Living
at Mallardcoveassistedliving@gmail.com or phone 231/347-2273

Mallard Cove Assisted Living

08/27/14

 

 

Crew Member

Which Wich Superior Sandwiches is looking for hardworking, honest people for mostly 9am-3pm day shifts. Great advancement potential. Apply in person at 1592 Anderson Rd. or on-line at whichwich.com.

Mitch

8/25/14

 

 

Dish Washer

Dish Washer (Julienne Tomatoes)
Immediate opening for a Monday through Saturday Full Time and/or Part Time dishwasher (9:00 am - 5:00 pm). Some experience in food preparation a plus. Candidate must be dependable, trustworthy, punctual and be a team player. Please submit a letter of introduction and resume including a list of qualifications.

Tom

08/25/14

 

 

Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant Opportunity

Family Physician Office expanding medical team

Qualified applicants must be comfortable with patients of all ages and work well in a team environment.

Our office is established with an electronic medical record system. Applicants must have excellent computer skills.

Successful applicants will demonstrate an outstanding ability to communicate efficiently when working directly with patients and team members.

Our office is a certified medical home, which means:
We believe “The Patient comes first”.
We embrace innovation and progress.
Our goal is to EXCEED the expectations of our patients and to practice the highest level of medical care.

If you possess the above talents and would be interested in pursuing a career in our office, please submit cover letter and resume to
martyzuke@hotmail.com

martyzuke@hotmail.com

08/21/14

 

 

Junior Graphic Artist

Summary: Lake Art is hiring a full-time, year round vector artist to assist with mapmaking, custom orders, customer service and fact checking. This is an in-office position and cannot be done remotely.

Key Responsibilities:
– creating bathymetric maps of lakes and coastal areas using CorelDraw
– assisting with custom orders and customer service
– shrinking/enlarging existing art to fit on various products
– managing open orders and preparing files for print
– making computer-generated artwork proofs
– keeping our WordPress website up to date

Qualifications:
– min. 2yr degree in Art & Design or a related field
– proficient in CorelDraw and/or Adobe Illustrator
– detail oriented and efficient
– able to work as part of a team
– contributes to a positive work environment
– available Monday-Friday, 8:30am-5pm year round
– content working at a computer for a majority of the day
– has reliable transportation and arrives on time

Compensation: negotiable based on experience; starts at $12/hr

Company Overview: Lake Art is a family owned and operated business located in Harbor Springs, Michigan. From the avid fisherman to the boating enthusiast to the beach lounger, we all appreciate time spent on the water. As a team we strive to produce quality, one-of-a-kind maps in a positive and productive environment. In addition to using 100% Made in America materials, Lake Art supports local businesses and creates job opportunities in our community. Our collection of nearly 5,000 bathymetric maps is growing every day; its hard to believe that each one was made from scratch.

ashley@lake-art.com

8/20/14

 

 

Fall Camp Counselor 2014

FALL, 2014 SEASONAL STAFF & YEAR-ROUND STAFF NEEDED
Camp Courageous of Iowa is a year-round recreational and respite care facility for individuals with disabilities. Campers with mental and physical disabilities, head injuries, hearing or visual impairments, autism and other special needs are served.
Working with adults with disabilities is often a very real challenge. Campers may need help with personal care including feeding, dressing, and toileting. Some campers exhibit behavior problems. Patience, energy, good judgment and enthusiasm are important attributes for a position at Camp Courageous. The hours are long. An unselfish attitude and an emphasis on teamwork are needed. Staff members are expected to put the campers’ needs before their own. If you possess these skills, consider applying for a position.
Volunteer positions, internships, and paid positions are available. Volunteers and interns receive an optional stipend of $25.00 each week plus room and board, and a restricted medical plan.
Paid counselors and activity specialists receive the best employment package around. Seasonal staff earn $400/week while year-round staff earn $525-575/week. Room and board are provided which includes a new air-conditioned staff dormitory affording separate living quarters from the campers. Staff share cabin duty on a rotating basis. Other benefits include a restricted medical plan for seasonal staff and health insurance for year-round staff.
International applications need to have a current J-1 visa through the end of October.
Year-round positions begin the first day of the fall season and require at least a one-year commitment. Candidates for year-round positions must have previous experience with individuals with disabilities. Seasonal positions are for one or more season. Feel free to apply on line by accessing our website at www.campcourageous.org.
ALL CAMPERS IN THE FALL ARE ADULTS
Dates: August 20 to November 21, 2014. This includes staff training. Weekly sessions are from Monday through Friday.
POSITIONS:
Counselors
For more information contact:
Jeanne Muellerleile, CCD
Camp Courageous of Iowa
12007 190th Street P.O. Box 418
Monticello, IA 52310-0418 319-465-5916 ext. 2300 Fax: 319-465-5919
E-mail: jeanne@campcourageous.org www.campcourageous.org Camp Courageous is a tobacco free environment.

Jeanne Muellerleile

08/22/14