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AmeriCorps Field Crew Member/Leader

AmeriCorps Field Crew Member and Crew Leader (ages 18-25)

Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa is accepting applications for Field Crew Leaders and Crew Members. 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: *Program is NOT residential; members must secure their own housing near the crew location.
-- Southern Minnesota: Rochester, Mankato, Kilen Woods State Park (Windom), Camden State Park (Marshall)
-- Northeast Minnesota: Grand Rapids, Tower, Moose Lake, Gooseberry Falls State Park, Tofte
-- Northwest Minnesota: Brainerd, Bemidji, Fergus Falls
-- Central Minnesota: St. Paul, Hanover, Shakopee, Anoka
-- Iowa: Ames, Council Bluffs

SERVICE TERM DATES, STIPEND & AWARD:

Northeast, Central, Southern and Iowa crew locations (see above)
-- Crew Leader Term: 2/2/2015 to 12/11/2015, Monthly stipend: $1565, Education Award: $5645
-- Crew Member Term: 2/16/2015 to 12/11/2015, Monthly stipend: $1235, Education Award: $5645

Northwest region crew locations: (Bemidji, Brainerd, Fergus Falls): Start/End Dates, Stipend & Award
-- Crew Leader Term: 2/2/2015 to 12/11/2015, Monthly stipend: $1565, Education Award: $5645
-- Crew Member Term: 3/26/2015 to 11/12/2015, Monthly stipend: $1235, Education Award: $4315

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Crew Members and Crew Leaders 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.

The Crew Leader is responsible for daily crew operations, leading a crew of 4 or 5 members to perform natural resource management projects safely, effectively, and efficiently. The Crew Leader assists with Crew Member training and development, provides on-site education, assists with equipment maintenance, and helps members improve technical skills. In addition, the Crew Leader serves as a liaison between project hosts and the crew, communicating with hosts to determine project priorities and equipment needs.

QUALIFICATIONS: Crew Members
-- 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.

QUALIFICATIONS: Crew Leaders (in addition to above Crew Member qualifications):
-- Previous experience in a leadership role.
-- Ability to independently lead or co-lead a crew of 4 or 5 members (ages 18-25).
-- Effective communication skills.
-- Experience/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.
-- Valid driver’s license and safe driving record (no major moving violations or DUI’s in the past five years).

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 and Crew Leaders 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:

Member and Leaders 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 and Leaders 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 12/3/2014. Applications accepted until all positions filled. Please apply early.
Apply online at: http://www.conservationcorps.org/apply.
Contact recruit@conservationcorps.org with questions.

Kellie lager, Recruitment Coordinator

11/26/14

 

 

AmeriCorps Youth OutdoorsCrew Member/Leader

AmeriCorps Youth Outdoors Crew Member/Leader (ages 18-25)
Youth Outdoors Members and Leaders complete habitat restoration projects, engage Twin Cities youth ages 15-18 in after school service projects and environmental education, and conduct community outreach by teaching families camping skills or educating the public about natural resource project work. Full time, 10-month commitment.
In spring and fall, AmeriCorps Members lead crews of Twin Cities youth participants, ages 15-18, in environmental education and community service projects after school and Saturdays. When not leading youth, AmeriCorps Members perform natural resource restoration projects with a crew of their adult peers. Crew Leaders act as liaisons to project hosts and Conservation Corps staff, and lead AmeriCorps Crew Members on service projects. During the summer months all AmeriCorps participants serve in one of three focus areas: natural resource restoration projects, “I Can Camp!” or leading youth crews. Youth Outdoors AmeriCorps members add value to the community, environment and youth participants through their dedicated service. AmeriCorps members are responsible for maintaining consistent discipline and fostering positive crew morale by utilizing teamwork among youth crew members and peers.
TERM OF SERVICE:
Crew Leader: 2/2/2015 - 12/15/2015, Monthly stipend: $1,565, Education Award: $5,645
Crew Member: 2/16/2015 - 12/15/2015, Monthly stipend: $1,235, Education Award: $5,645
 
PROGRAM SCHEDULE: minimum 40 hours per week, schedules vary
--- Spring and fall school semesters (11 weeks each)
--- Youth Leadership & Adult Field Crew (including after-school hours and weekends)
--- Summer (between school semesters; approximately three months)
--- I Can Camp! crew: Wednesday - Sunday, overnights
--- Natural resource field crews: Monday-Friday (some overnights may be required)
--- Youth leadership crews: Monday – Friday (some overnights may be required)
 
QUALIFICATIONS:
Youth Outdoors Crew Members (all Youth Outdoors AmeriCorps participants lead youth)
-- Desire and ability to:
---- Work hard in an outdoor setting in adverse conditions for a minimum of 40 hrs/week
---- Work with diverse youth in conservation, education and recreation settings
---- Foster strong work habits, environmental ethics, youth leadership and team unity
---- Educate and inspire the next generation by leading camp skills workshops and interpretive programs
---- Present in front of large groups, sometimes consisting of over 60 people of all ages
---- Teach workshops for the “I Can Camp!” program, which includes sufficient camping skills
---- Present to groups in an outdoor setting
---- Work with youth development and/or natural resource management; 15-20% of the service term is dedicated to technical and personal-skill training
---- Display a positive attitude, interest in service and community work and desire to make a difference
Youth Outdoors Crew Leaders (in addition to above Crew Member qualifications) require:
-- Prior supervisory and 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
-- Valid driver’s license and safe driving record (no major moving violations or DUIs in the past five years)
REQUIREMENTS:
Must be 18-25 years old and able to perform essential functions of the job including physically strenuous work 40 hours per week. Crew Members should be available for weeklong 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 AmeriCorps Education Award. Personal protective equipment is provided and required. 
BENEFITS:
Youth Outdoors AmeriCorps Crew Members receive a living stipend of $1,235 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.
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:
Application Deadline:  12/3/2014. Applications accepted until all positions filled. Please apply early. 
Apply online at: http://www.conservationcorps.org/apply. Contact recruit@conservationcorps.org with questions.

Kellie lager, Recruitment Coordinator

11/26/14

 

 

AmeriCorps Web Specialist

AmeriCorps Web Specialist

Position: Web Specialist (AmeriCorps Position, ages 18 -25)
Location: St. Paul, MN
Term of Service: Full-time, 40 hours per week, January 19 – December 11, 2015.
Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (typical), 40 hrs per week
Living Allowance: Stipend of $1,990/month
Education Award: $5,645 to eligible participants upon completion of term

Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa provides hands-on environmental stewardship and service-learning opportunities to youth and young adults while accomplishing priority natural resource and energy conservation, natural resource management, and emergency response work.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Conservation Corps Minnesota Web Specialist position is an AmeriCorps position based at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Central Region in St. Paul. This position serves to build the capacity of important public service work at the DNR in the Division of Parks and Trails (PAT). The Web Specialist will be involved in a variety of initiatives, including assisting in the implementation of Google Analytics and other search engine optimization tools on division web pages, assisting in the implementation of social media initiatives and online marketing campaigns, assisting with the maintenance and improvement of the division’s existing website, and assisting in the development of processes to meet online accessibility compliance requirements. Previous experience or education with natural resource management is not required for this position. 15-20% of the service time is dedicated to technical and personal skill training.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Minimum Qualifications:
--- 4-year college degree and/or equivalent professional experience in a related field.
--- Strong written and oral communication skills, including experience with Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint).
--- Exceptional organizational, research, and analytical skills.
--- Self-directed with a high comfort level for taking initiative and ownership of a project.
--- High comfort level and/or experience with technology in general, and website metrics and optimization in particular.
--- Strong understanding and experience in search engine optimization (SEO), specifically Google Analytics.
--- Desire and ability to:
----- Learn and grow in a professional setting.
----- Work hard in an indoor office for 40 hrs/week.
----- Work with diverse youth, adults and other volunteers in conservation, education and recreation settings.
--- Display a positive attitude, interest in community service and desire to make a difference.

Preferred Qualifications:
--- 4-year college degree in a related field.
--- Competency with Adobe Creative Suite (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Acrobat) and content management systems.
--- One year or more professional experience with web content or web development.
--- Experience with creating and optimizing photos and/or videos for the web.
--- Experience taking written reports and converting them into visual “infographics.”
--- Experience gathering information and presenting recommendations in both written and verbal formats.
--- Understanding of and/or experience with Section 508 electronic accessibility standards.
--- Knowledge of and firsthand experience with the Minnesota state park and trail system.

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 $1990 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:

Timeline: Application deadline November 30, 2014
Apply online at: http://www.conservationcorps.org/apply
Questions: Contact Brian Hubbard, Program Coordinator, at (651) 209-9900 x17

Brian Hubbard, Program Coordinator

11/26/14

 

 

Community Mapping and Outreach Corpsmember

AmeriCorps Community Mapping and Outreach Corpsmember

Position: Community Mapping and Outreach Corpsmember (AmeriCorps Position, ages 18 -25)
Location/Positions: 1 position in Crookston & 1 position in Rochester, MN
Term of Service: Full-time, 40 hours per week, January 19 – December 11, 2015.
Schedule: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM (typical), 40 hrs per week
Living Allowance: Stipend of $1565/month
Education Award: $5645 to eligible participants upon completion of term

Conservation Corps Minnesota & Iowa provides hands-on environmental stewardship and service-learning opportunities to youth and young adults while accomplishing priority natural resource and energy conservation, natural resource management, and emergency response work.

A Conservation Corps Community Mapping and Outreach Corpsmember will work with Project Get Outdoors (GO) to develop and strengthen partnerships and collaborative outreach programs in one of three Minnesota areas – Crookston, Bloomington, or Rochester. Project GO links kids and caring adult volunteers to exploration, play and reflection in nature near where they live. The goal is to help children develop lifelong connections to the land and our natural resources in order to help them develop environmental awareness and appreciation as well as to foster healthy fitness habits.

RESPONSIBILITIES: See link to individual posting for area-specific qualifications and responsibilities.

Crookston Community Mapping and Outreach Corpsmember: http://conservationcorps.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=4370686
-- Help Northwest Regional Sustainable Development Partnership (NWRSDP) and Project Get Outdoors (GO) strengthen network of organizations committed to connecting children and nature
-- Assist with social network analysis and community mapping
-- Work with community partners to provide ongoing assistance and support to community-based programs to increase opportunity for nature play
-- Frequent travel to nearby communities for partner meetings and program planning

Rochester Community Mapping and Outreach Corpsmember: http://conservationcorps.catsone.com/careers/index.php?m=portal&a=details&jobOrderID=4372925
-- Work with Southern Area Project Get Outdoors (GO) to develop new partnerships and collaborative outreach programs in Southern Minnesota
-- Develop outreach programs in collaboration with Olmsted County Public Health to bring outdoor nature programming to low-income and under-served youth in Rochester area
-- Work with established partners to oversee completion and implementation of child care provider training program, revised activity backpacks, and other resources for use with pre-school age youth

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
Timeline: Application deadline November 30, 2014
Apply online at: http://www.conservationcorps.org/apply
Questions: Contact Brian Hubbard, Program Coordinator, at (651) 209-9900 x17

Brian Hubbard, Program Coordinator

11/26/14

 

 

Substitute Teachers

Charlevoix-Emmet ISD has a HIGH NEED for Substitute Teachers and Paraprofessionals in their school districts which include:

o Alanson Public Schools
o Beaver Island Community School
o Boyne All Star Club/ Child Care Center
o Boyne City Public Schools
o Boyne Falls Public Schools
o Central Lake Public Schools
o Charlevoix Public Schools
o Charlevoix-Emmet ISD
o Concord Academy Petoskey
o East Jordan Public Schools
o Ellsworth Community School
o Harbor Springs Public Schools
o Northwest Academy
o Pellston Public Schools
o Petoskey Public Schools

Qualifications for Substitute Teacher

90+ credit hours from a 4 year college or university with a minimum of a 2.0 GPA and must be able to pass a background check.

Qualifications for Paraprofessionals

High school diploma/GED and must be able to pass a background check.

Log on to www.edustaff.org and start your application today! If you have any questions or need help along the way or, would like more information please call 877-974-6338 and one of our representatives would be happy to help you!

hfoley@edustaff.org

11/24/2014

 

 

Paraprofessionals

Charlevoix-Emmet ISD has a HIGH NEED for Substitute Teachers and Paraprofessionals in their school districts which include:

o Alanson Public Schools
o Beaver Island Community School
o Boyne All Star Club/ Child Care Center
o Boyne City Public Schools
o Boyne Falls Public Schools
o Central Lake Public Schools
o Charlevoix Public Schools
o Charlevoix-Emmet ISD
o Concord Academy Petoskey
o East Jordan Public Schools
o Ellsworth Community School
o Harbor Springs Public Schools
o Northwest Academy
o Pellston Public Schools
o Petoskey Public Schools

Qualifications for Substitute Teacher

90+ credit hours from a 4 year college or university with a minimum of a 2.0 GPA and must be able to pass a background check.

Qualifications for Paraprofessionals

High school diploma/GED and must be able to pass a background check.
Log on to www.edustaff.org and start your application today! If you have any questions or need help along the way or, would like more information please call 877-974-6338 and one of our representatives would be happy to help you!



hfoley@edustaff.org

11/24/2014

 

 

Babysitter

Sitter needed for bright, active, sensitive three year old boy. Friday and Saturday nights, maybe some Monday nights. Hours typically 5 p.m. - 1 or 2 am. Lots of time for studying if in school. $10 per hour. Please call or text Jo Anne at 517-202-0553. Previous baby sitting experience or child development classes helpful. Background check will be conducted.

517-202-0553

11/24/2014

 

 

Part Time Business Office Internship

Primary responsibilities in this position are to support the efforts of the business insurance account managers with items such as reviewing documents for accuracy, electronic filing, proposal preparation, written correspondence with clients, and other miscellaneous activities. Position is part time at roughly 20 hours per week, and can work around class schedules during Monday-Friday daytime hours. This position can have the flexibility and opportunity to grow into a full or part-time CSR role depending upon the employee’s interest in a long term insurance career.

ewilmot@korthaseflinn.com

11/20/2014

 

 

Lift Operator

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. Now accepting applications for winter 2014-15 season, position expected to start December 15.

Jake Ziegler

11/20/14

 

 

Network Infrastructure Technician

Network Infrastructure Technician will install, operate, maintain, and repair telecommunications and broadcasting networks and equipment. Primary location is at Boyne Mountain Resort, but tech will assist other BOYNE locations as needed. High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or two years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Must have ability to be self-motivated, suggest improvements and repairs to manager, work with little direction, and be able to prioritize jobs and projects to best suit the business needs.

Jake Ziegler

11/20/2014

 

 

UPS -Immediate Job Openings - Early Morning Shift

Preload position. This seasonal position is fast paced, physical work involving the selection of packages from a moving conveyor belt and loading them onto shelves in the delivery vehicles. Accuracy and attention to detail is very important for success in this job. Preloaders will typically handle up to 800 packages during a single shift. Hours are approx. 3:30am to 9am, Monday through Friday. The wage is $11.00/hr.
Please respond if you are interested and available.

Judy Vajda 231-947-1523

11/20/2014

 

 

Part-Time Evening Assistant

Munchkin Manor is currently looking for an Evening Assistant for our child care center, serving Infant through School-Age children. Duties include assisting and supporting our lead teachers, maintaining the children's routine, meal prep and cleanup, and parent communication. Candidate must have an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, child development or related field, or is currently enrolled in an ECE program. The position will average 15-25 hours per week including night hours. Reply by email with resume and cover letter.

info@munchkinmanordaycare.com

11/19/2014

 

 

Forklift Operator/Material Handler

Seasonal snow removal (Boyne City)

NORTHERN STAFFING had immediate openings for seasonal material handlers to operate forklifts at our clients manufacturing facility in Boyne City. Schedule is 8-10 hour shifts, 40 hours per week. We have several openings on 1st, 2nd, and 3rd shifts. The main focus will be snow removal, but other tasks, such as moving racks, may be required. There will be a written and driving test required for certification with our client. Should have a valid driver's license no later than January of 2015. You must be able to pass a pre-employment drug test. We will also perform a background check - results will be approved on a case-by-case basis.

***Forklift experience required

If interested, please apply at Northern Staffing located at 2235 E. Mitchell Rd., Suite B, Petoskey, MI 49770.

Submit applications between 9am-3pm, Monday-Friday

***Entry level positions also available.

(231) 347-3144

11/19/14

 

 

Assistant Manager

Assistant Manager needed at area resale store. Assist with resale operations, staff/volunteer supervision, marketing/displaying merchandise and customer service. This full-time, busy, physical position has benefit package and requires experienced candidates able to lift 50 pounds and work Saturdays. Send resume or fill out application at 423 Porter Street, Petoskey. EOE

Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan, Inc.

11/19/14

 

 

Maintenance Person/Driver

Maintenance Person/Driver needed to complete minor maintenance projects, help with garbage/recycling, check donated electrical items and drive truck for pick-ups for resale shop. Part-time, approximately 1 full day or 2 half days per week during winter. Additional hours may be available in spring/summer. Ability to lift 50 pounds and valid driver’s license necessary. Complete application at WRCNM, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey. EOE

Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan, Inc.

11/19/14

 

 

Lead Teacher

Lead Teacher for Great Start Readiness Program serving four year olds. Candidate must possess valid Michigan Teaching Certificate with an Early Childhood Education Endorsement (ZA or ZS), have classroom experience and strong communication and supervisory skills. Position runs September through Mid-June and includes a full benefit package. Apply with resume to Women’s Resource Center, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI EOE.

Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan, Inc.

11/19/14

 

 

Associate Teacher

Associate Teacher for child care center serving preschool and school-age children. Duties include assisting in planning educational programs, managing children’s daily routine, staff supervision and parent communication. Candidate must have an associate’s degree in early childhood education, child development or related field, or valid classroom CDA. Position includes benefit package. Reply with resume to Women’s Resource Center, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI. EOE

Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan, Inc.

11/19/14

 

 

RN, LPN or CMA

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
marty.whitcomb@baysidefsm.com

Marty Zuke Whitcomb

11/19/14

 

 

Delivery Driver

Imperial Beverage has a Delivery Driver opening!

Responsibilities:
Communicate with customers, supervisor, and sales staff as needed
Ability to lift/move up to 150lbs.
Must be able to pass drug screen & pre-employment physical
Exceptional customer service skills
May be required to travel overnight
Ability to work independently

Requirements:
Clean driving record
CDL A required
High School diploma or GED required
2-5 yrs driving experience

jobs@imperialbeverage.com

11/15/14

 

 

Account Manager

• Self-starter
• Ability to build strong relationships
• Professional selling skills
• Organized & service-minded
• Persistent and reliable
• Valid Driver’s License

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Execute sales calls with all assigned accounts per weekly schedule.
• Merchandise all products, Point of Sales, Cooler Rotation and Promotional Materials.
• Deliver product to accounts when necessary.
• Execute product resets, special events and staff trainings.

jobs@imperialbeverage.com

11/15/2014

 

 

CAD Draftsmen

Tube-Fab / Roman Engineering is seeking a CAD Draftsmen/Engineer. Experience with AutoCad helpful, SolidWorks 3D modeling very beneficial.

Day shift, benefits, paid time off, continuing education reimbursement program offered to those that qualify.

Send Resume to hr@tubefab.org
or call 231-238-9366 for more details

Robert Brazier

11/12/14

 

 

Hostess/Food Runner


Northern Lights Recreation
"Where Adults Meet Friends and Family for FUN!!"
Looking for hard working, team players to filll hostess and food runner positions. Please come in and fill out application or email resumes
cristens.northernlightsrec@gmail.com
No phone calls please

Cristen Smith

11/12/14

 

 

Maintenance


Northern Lights Recreation
"Where Adults Meet Friends and Family for FUN!!"
Looking for hard working, team players to fill maintenance position. Please come in and fill out application or email resumes cristens.northernlightsrec@gmail.com
No phone calls please

Cristen Smith

11/7/2014

 

 

Healthcare Support Services

GRANDVUE MEDICAL CARE FACILITY in East Jordan is looking for individuals who are dedicated to service and want to make a difference in the lives of others.

Positions are available in our support areas: dining services, housekeeping and laundry. Starting pay for these year-round positions is $10.72 per hour with increases after 90 and 180 days on the job.

Stop by our facility at 1728 S. Peninsula Road, East Jordan, to fill out an application; or download our application and consent forms from our website www.grandvue.org.

Jane Korthase (231) 536-2286

11/07/2014

 

 

Adult Activity Aide Part Time Call In

North Country Community Mental Health
Employment Opportunity
Adult Activity Aide North Country Community Mental Health has a part time call in position available at the North Country Enrichment Center in Boyne City. Successful applicant will assist individuals with developmental disabilities to develop daily living skills, vocational skills and provide job coaching within their communities. Must be dependable, flexible, self-motivated and team oriented with a high degree of confidentiality and organizational skills. Requires high school diploma or GED with related work experience, but will train. Wages start at $11.67 per hour. To apply send resume to hr@norcocmh.org , North Country CMH, -HR, 1420 Plaza Dr. Petoskey, MI 49770. Fax: (231) 487-9128 www.norcocmh.org EOE

Specific Responsibilities:
1. Implement programs for self-help, behavior activities of daily living, etc., according to individual consumer goals and objectives.
2. Document consumer activities and progress on a daily basis or as assigned. Complete other assigned documentation requirements.
3. Provide necessary supervision and care of consumers in regards to health and hygiene needs.
4. Adhere to applicable policies and procedures as required by the Department of Community Health, the Mental Health Services Board, and other pertinent regulatory agencies.
5. Maintain communication regarding consumer behavior with the Supports Coordinator; report changes in behavior or unusual behavior immediately.
6. Exercise care when lifting, turning, or physically assisting consumers.
7. Participate in training as required.
8. Participate in daily building maintenance as required.
9. Plan and implement relevant community outings. Transport consumers to outings.
10. Maintain a safe environment by utilizing approved intervention techniques including crisis interventions when required.
11. Position requires physical ability to complete and maintain certification in CPI (intervention techniques).
12. Must be current in Adult CPR and First Aid.
13. Perform all areas of job description without any physical restrictions, which would include but not be limited to lifting, bending, and stretching.
14. Participate in Job Coaching for employed consumers.
15. Participate in daily transportation and/or supporting community-based activities.
16. Perform other duties or activities as assigned by the supervisor.

Qualifications:
Possession of a high school diploma or equivalent necessary. Satisfactory completion of applicable training to meet requirements of regulating bodies, and demonstrated ability to apply such training to the work environment. Must be free of physical limitations. Experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities preferred.

Human Resources

11/06/2014

 

 

Part-Time Customer Service Representative

Responsible for processing loan applications, make underwriting decisions, and comply with all Federal, State, and local laws. Ensures that all transactions are accurate and all policies are followed. Maintain files, complete daily, weekly and monthly reporting. Provide exceptional customer service in person and by phone. Follow all asset protection and safety rules.

This position is approximately 28 hours. Must have reliable transportation. Required to work every other Saturday. Cash handling, computer and MS Office, customer service experience a MUST. Ideal candidate will be a self-starter and able to work independently. Must be able to pass background check.

MI015@xpresscorp.com

11/6/14

 

 

Meijer Team Members

Now hiring cashiers, general merchandise clerks, food clerks, and 3rd shift stocking team members.

apply at meijer.com or at the employment kiosk in the Petoskey Meijer.

variety of schedules available - ideal fit for school schedules.

debbie schrumpf

11/5/2014

 

 

Accounts Payable Clerk/Payroll Specialist

McLaren Northern Michigan

Would you like to work with a great Finance team? We have an opening for an experienced Accounting Clerk focusing in payroll preparation and accounts payable. Experience with computerized payroll a must. General ledger accounting experience is helpful.

Full-time position with excellent benefits.

Apply online www.northernhealth.org.

Sherry Gillett

10/31/14

 

 

Dishwasher & Food Service Assistant

The Dishwasher works primarily in the dish room, which includes cleaning of pots, pans and utensils as well as china, plastics, glass and silverware. May be cross-trained into other areas of the kitchen as a Food Service Assistant.

Excellent position for a college student! Starting pay is $9.25 per hour. 20-24 hours per week. Must be available to work weekends.

Please apply online www.northernhealth.org. Click on Careers.

Sherry Gillett

10/30/14

 

 

MS SQL Server Developer

Create, optimize and manage SQL code and database schemas in support of new online products.
Support data-driven products and applications such as data management systems, online authentication systems, metadata databases, warehouses and more.
Develop new SQL Server databases- normalizing databases and schemas, writing SQL queries, implementing replication and/or web services when needed, developing data imports from a variety of formats, exporting data to XML templates, and more.
Perform advanced database functions such as stored procedures, replication, reporting, web services, backup policies and procedures and performance tuning.
Participate in data management planning activities
Design and develop data warehouse/data mart schemas and ETL processes
Work within the architecture team to help to plan and develop reporting infrastructure.

shivaji.madduluri@ithoppers.com

10/29/2014

 

 

Northwest Michigan Member Relations Manager

How to apply

To apply, please go to http://www.umjobs.org, keyword search 102827.
A cover letter and resume are required; the cover letter must be PAGE 1 of your resume. The letter should:

(1) specifically outline the reasons for your interest in the position;
(2) outline your particular skills and experience that directly relate to this position; and
(3) include your current or ending salary.

Position Summary
Merit Network Inc., a nonprofit corporation owned and governed by Michigan's public universities, owns and operates America's longest-running regional research and education network. In 1966, Michigan's public universities created Merit as a shared resource to help meet their common need for networking assistance. Since its formation, Merit Network has remained on the forefront of research and education networking expertise and services. Merit provides high-performance networking solutions to Michigan's public universities, colleges, K-12 organizations, libraries, state government, healthcare, and other non-profit organizations.

For more information: http://www.merit.edu.

The Northwest Michigan Member Relations Manager will identify potential Merit Members and develop plans for providing services, including dedicated network connections to Merit’s network. The Northwest Michigan Member Relations Manager will also develop and implement strategic plans to include analysis and projections for growth in respective territory for Internet connectivity and networking services of current and potential Merit Members.

This position is part of the Member Relations team, whose primary goal is to provide excellent member outreach and engagement to Merit’s current and potential Members. The Northwest Michigan Member Relations Manager’s primary role is to coordinate and facilitate outreach activities and external meetings with both established and prospective Members. This position will work collaboratively with the other Member Relations Managers, Merit Support Center, Merit’s Sales Team, as well as with Merit’s executive team, to develop and promote services tailored to the needs of Merit’s Members. The Northwest Michigan Member Relations Manager will work collaboratively with Merit’s Sales department to develop and respond to RFPs for service within Northwest Michigan, as well as initiate quotes and proposals for dedicated connections and services for Members. This position requires travel within the Northwestern portion of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, including periodic meetings at Merit’s headquarters located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. This position will require the ability to work both independently and within a team environment. The Northwest Michigan Member Relations Manager must be able to manage multiple projects, and be able to prioritize and manage a work schedule in a fast-paced environment. The Northwest Michigan Member Relations Manager must be able to work effectively as a telecommuter, manage multiple projects, and be able to prioritize and manage a work schedule in a fast-paced environment.

The Northwest Michigan Member Relations Manager will be based in Northwest Michigan. A designated work space shall be maintained by the Northwest Michigan Member Relations Manager at their home or alternate work site. The first six months of employment with Merit will require frequent training visits to Merit’s Ann Arbor office, lasting several days at a time. Merit will cover the necessary travel and lodging expenses for these visits.

Responsibilities

*Develop and implement a strategic business plan in cooperation with Merit’s Sales department to grow Merit’s Membership in Northwest Michigan, and expand their use of Merit services.
*Define business development plans for current and prospective Merit Members, which includes scope definition, analysis of Member requirements, WAN designs, performance projections, Member satisfaction measures, and project management.
*Meet with Members seeking to upgrade their Internet and/or network connections or add other Merit services.
*Consult with Members to identify and understand their future needs, develop and provide training and consulting regarding their network connections, and Internet connectivity.
*Develop network plans, training programs, and other Internet-related services.
*Work with Merit's Sales Team to develop service quotes.
*Lead development of grant proposals and RFP responses.
*Work in a virtual team (i.e. telecommuter) environment based in Northwest Michigan to provide outreach to Merit's Members in Northwest Michigan.
*Coordinate installation and support activities.
*Develop and facilitate outreach activities with existing Merit Members, including designing and implementing an outreach and strategic business development plan for the Northwestern Michigan region.
*Work in a team environment to develop and promote educational programs that leverage the network and foster collaboration within Michigan as well as Nationally.
*Organize meetings with technical networking staff at Merit Member organizations to discuss areas of interest that cannot be accomplished given current constraints.
*Collaborate with Administrators and Technical contacts at Merit Member organizations to organize on-site meetings with staff, faculty, and researchers to analyze their networking resources and needs.
*Assist with Professional Learning sessions, workshops, and events in Northwestern Michigan, including locating a hosting facility and assisting as the facilitator.
*Travel to current and potential Members’ site(s) to provide consulting and training on Merit services.
*Prepare and present Internet-related network & services training sessions with other Merit staff at various seminars and conferences.
*Deliver presentations at community meetings and conferences.
*Lead geographical community groups to promote Merit’s services.
*Represent Merit within the state so that individuals and organizations are informed about Merit’s services and how to leverage them.
*Attend various conferences to obtain additional knowledge about growing technology trends, as well as to interact with current and potential Members.
*Participate in special events (e.g., Annual Merit Member Conference, Product/Service development meetings, Vendor meetings, etc.), internal training and information gathering activities as necessary.
*Collect and communicate market intelligence to Merit’s Director of Product Development for future development of service and product features.
*Collect and communicate market intelligence to Merit’s Professional Learning Manager for future development of training or events.
*Attend bi-weekly Member Relations meetings, remotely or in-person.
*Attend monthly Merit all staff meetings, remotely or in-person.
*Be a resource to Merit’s Members in the Northern Michigan regions should the Northern Michigan Member Relations Managers be away from their home office for an extended period of time, e.g. vacation, illness, etc.

Other Responsibilities include:
*Facilitate and assist with geographical communities.
*Communicate updates to Members on the progress of service installation and provisioning.
*Interface with municipalities regarding permits, make-ready, and help facilitate any road-blocks with fiber-optic construction projects.
*Maintain open and proactive communication with Merit’s Network Engineering, Network Operations, Information Technology, and Sales teams to identify any foreseeable issues that may arise.
*Serve as Merit’s “hands-eyes-feet” in Northwest Michigan by assisting Merit Network Operations, Merit Support Center, and Network Engineering with field engineering meetings, equipment repair, on-site first level service or connectivity troubleshooting at the Merit Member location or at a Merit backbone node.
*Identify and develop new geographical communities.

Required Qualifications
*Bachelor’s degree, preferably in business administration, with an emphasis on customer service and information technology.
*Two or more years of experience with project management, including understanding processes and methodologies of project management.
*Two or more years of experience in out-bound sales or equivalent hands-on, in-person consulting experience.
*Demonstrated strategic business development experience in a technical outreach role including writing, preparing, and responding to proposals, and coordinating meetings with various IT and technical departments to manage and finalize projects.
*Ability to interact with individuals at all levels of an organization on technical and strategic discussion topics, involving Merit Executive Management as needed.
*Ability to provide superior customer service and manage work schedule in a fast-paced environment.
*Experience working as a telecommuter, including having in-home office space for office-related equipment and Internet access.
*Understanding of Internet networking (e.g. IP addresses, domain name services, and network routing protocols).
*Excellent written and verbal communication skills (particularly related to technical subjects).
*Experience with the use of common computer applications including word-processing, electronic mail, spreadsheets, databases, project management tools, etc.
*Ability to work both independently and in a team environment.
*Comfortable learning about technical networking and Internet connectivity aspects as they relate to a variety of organization types.
*Ability to work in a collaborative environment to respond, track, and manage Member requests and communications.

Desired Qualifications
*Experience using Internet and network technology.
*Experience developing and leading community meetings.
*Experience in writing public website content.
*Experience with state and national associations.
*Experience being a trusted representative to external individuals and groups.
*Non-profit experience.

Additional Information
*Relocation assistance is not available for this position.
*For information about benefits: http://www.umjobs.org/university_benefits/

Background Screening

The University of Michigan/Merit Network conducts background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer and may use a third party administrator to conduct background checks. Background checks will be performed in compliance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.

Application Deadline

Job openings are posted for a minimum of seven calendar days. This job may be removed from posting boards and filled any time after the minimum posting period has ended.

U-M/Merit Network EEO/AA Statement

The University of Michigan/Merit Network is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Michael Prieur (734 527-5708)

10/29/14

 

 

Carpenter's Helper

Need help remodeling a motel in Mackinaw City. Part-time. Could lead to full-time work during the summer. Pay range is $12 to $15 per hour, depending on skill level. No weekend work. Applicants must: 1. be in reasonably good physical shape; 2. have dependable transportation (to drive to Mackinaw City and back home again); 3. be non-tobacco users (both smoking and chewing).

call Michael Smydra: (231) 268-9549

10-22-2014

 

 

Podiatry Asstant

Part Time Podiatrist's Assistant
in Charlevoix.
Will train. Duties include assisting
with patients, charting, x-rays, surgeries.
Send resume to P.O. Box 103, Charlevoix, MI 49720

Evelyn

10-22-2014

 

 

Merchandiser - Part Time

Responsibilities:
Move product from back stock to shelves and displays at customer's locations
Rotate and display products neatly
Communicate with customers, supervisor, and sales staff as needed

Required:
Strong customer service skills
Ability to lift/move up to 30 lbs
Ability to work independently
Reliable transportation

Please visit http://imperialbeverage.com/about/employment.php for more information and to apply.

jobs@imperialbeverage.com

10/15/14