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Prep Cooks/Dishwashers

Grain Train Natural Foods Market is seeking fun, energetic people to join our Bakery/Deli team! Must have a positive attitude and good knife skills.

Duties may include preparing raw ingredients, assembly, packaging, cleaning, and heavy lifting. This position requires a flexible schedule, including nights and weekends, offering between 16 and 32 hours per week. Starting at $11/hr.

This Bakery/Deli department is a food service department within a natural foods cooperative grocery store. The department produces daily bakery offerings, cold salads, sandwiches and wraps in a grab-and-go case, a soup and salad bar, and hot prepared breakfast, lunch, and dinner items in a buffet style service.

Applications can be downloaded from our website at or you may pick one up at either store location.

(231) 347-4914 ext 10 or

Bakery Assistant

Do you love making sweet treats? Are you an early bird? We're seeking an Oven Oriented Mixer Master, (or Baker, if that's how you roll). If you're serious about food, clean ingredients, and putting smiles on people's faces, then we definitely want to meet you.

This is a part-time, year round gig, offering between 16 and 32 hours per week. Duties may include preparing and combining raw ingredients, baking, cooking, assembly, packaging, cleaning and lifting. This position is primarily an early morning shift, though it may require occasional afternoon shifts.

A little more info: The Bakery/Deli department is a food service department within a natural foods cooperative grocery store. The department produces daily bakery offerings, cold salads, sandwiches and wraps in a grab-and-go case, a soup and salad bar, and hot prepared breakfast, lunch, and dinner items in a buffet style service.

Applications can be downloaded from our website at or you may pick one up at either store location.

(231) 347-4914 ext 10 or

Architectural Draftsperson

BKA is seeking a full-time architectural draftsperson . Ideally, candidates will have 3-5 years of experience in architectural design development and construction drawings (on some form of CAD).

(ArchiCAD experience preferred, however not required.)

Responsibilities may include:
• Production of accurate construction drawings
• Clear and concise communication skills
• Coordination of engineering and design information
• Development of schematic design
• Commitment to project tasks and deadlines

BKA is an Equal Opportunity Employer, offering a flexible work environment. Compensation & flexible work schedule based on qualifications.

Please email your resume including education and work experience.

Home Care Position

Part time home care position in private home conveniently located near college. Must have valid driver's license. Ideal for nursing or CNA students but willing to train the right person. Please call for more information or to arrange for an interview.

Nancy Sando 231-347-1833

Free Housing! $11.00/hr. Mackinac City Ferry Service Porters Wanted - FT

Mackinac City Ferry Service seeks full time Porters to work now through end of October. We offer weekly pay, uniform assistance, free housing and a great work environment! Must be able to bend, twist, kneel and lift upwards of 50 pounds and be on your feet running about 8-10 hours a day!

Dot Keevis - 231.347.9500

Youth Development Staff - After School

YMCA of Northern Michigan
Job Title: Youth Development Staff
Reports to: Youth Development Director

Revision Date: August 14, 2017

Are you looking for an after school job? Do you enjoy working with children? Does the idea of working for a nationally recognized organization appeal to you? Then look no further! The YMCA of Northern Michigan is looking for passionate individuals to join their dynamic team of Youth Development Staff.

POSITION SUMMARY: Provides direct supervision of students in the program, and implements program curriculum. Provides a quality experience to children and parents that focuses on the YMCA values: honesty, respect, responsibility, and caring. Position has the potential to carry over into the summer with up to 40 hours.


Implements curriculum within the established guidelines.
Learns and implements daily lesson/activity plans.
Supervises the children, facility space, and all activities.
Maintains positive relationships and effective communication with parents. Engages parents as volunteers.
Maintains program site and equipment.
Maintains required program records.
Attends and participates in program activities, staff meetings, and staff training.

Meets educational and experience qualifications established by state law.
At least 16 years of age
CPR, AED certifications and Child Abuse prevention training within 60 days of hire date (YMCA will provide training's).
Previous experience working with children in a developmental setting preferred.
Ability to plan, organize and implement age-appropriate/developmentally appropriate program activities.
Previous experience with diverse populations. Ability to develop positive, authentic relationships with people from different backgrounds.

Ability to plan, lead and participate in activities.


Days: Monday - Friday Time: 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM (3 to 15 hours per week)

Base Pay: $10 per hour

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $10.00 /hour

Liz Eddington -

Entry Level Bookkeeper

Real estate development/property management company located in Harbor Springs, MI looking to hire an entry level bookkeeper. Position is a full time, salaried job with possible flex schedule and room for growth. Associate's degree or higher preferred, but not necessary. Must possess strong organizational and communication skills and a willingness to learn. Must know how to use standard computer applications like Outlook, Excel and Word.

Erin @

Lead GSRP Teacher

The GSRP staff must have appropriate credentialing and sophisticated knowledge of early childhood education and practice a team approach. Staffing requirements include the necessity of the teaching team, which may include one lead teacher, an associate teacher, and a third adult remaining the same for the entire session, every day the class is scheduled. The classroom teaching team is supported with the active involvement of an ECS.

Lead Teachers must meet the GSRP qualifications upon hire .

A Lead Teacher will be considered credentialed for the position with any of the following:

*A valid Michigan teaching certificate and an Early Childhood Education(ZA) or Early Childhood-General and Special Education (ZS) endorsement or

* A bachelor’s degree in early childhood education or child development with a specialization in preschool teaching. The transcript will document a major, rather than a minor, in child development or early childhood education. or 231-622-8840

Information Technology Assistant

Support employees in a professional and confidential manner along with the Information Technology Officer. Must follow bank policies and procedures and abide by all compliance regulatory requirements. More specific job duties are listed below.


• Analytical Thinking
• Conceptual Thinking
• Initiative
• Thoroughness
• Self Confidence
• Flexibility (weekends, evening & “on-call” hours)
• Detailed Oriented
• Able to Coordinate Multiple Tasks
• Written Communication
• Oral Communication
• Technical Expertise
• Follow Directions and Manuals
• Diagnostic Information Gathering
• Positive Internal Customer Relations

• Associates Degree or technical diploma preferred
• Database, network, operating system experience
• Physical & virtual systems, experience preferred
• Understand fundamental computer operations, system drives and devices
• Microsoft and other operating system experience

• Understand and follow bank/department regulations, policies, procedures and participate in all compliance-related training
• Travel required
• Disaster recovery, system backups and replications
• Manage and install patches, changes, and updates
• New product installation
• Hardware management (install, relocation, disposal)
• Help desk support, issue escalation and tracking
• Vendor issue tracking and management, including annual reviews and contract handling
• Document procedures, update as needed
• Research and review new products and vendors
• Stay current on product changes
• Maintain required training certifications
• Participate in eServices management
• Track and update network changes (Visio)
• Annual updates, backups and system clean-up
• Hardware and software inventory
• Software license tracking
• Assist IT Officer as needed, including audits and exams

Full time, Seasonal Porters

Porters wanted full time. $11/hr. Must have drivers license. Must be able to work some weekends. Must be able to work no less than 40 hours a week through October 31. Located in Mackinaw City, Michigan.

Hailey @ 231-347-9500

Full time, Seasonal Porters

Shepler's Mackinaw Island Ferry now accepting applications for fall porters! Must be able to work full time through October 31. Free housing is available.
• Must apply at PMP Personnel Services (231.347.9500) Petoskey
• Must be able to begin new job immediately
• Must be shift flexible and able to work some weekends
• Must have exceptional people skills
• Must have drivers license
Serious inquiries only call 231.347.9500 today!
Job Type: Full-time
Salary: $11.00 /hour

Hailey @ 231-347-9500 or apply online at

Activities Assistant/Shuttle Driver

Position Summary:
The Activities Assistant assists in planning and performing life enrichment activities that are beneficial and complimentary to the social welfare and interests of the residents of a senior living memory care community.

Required Experience for Activities Assistant:
Compassionate, patience and positive demeanor towards the senior population.
Must be able to work a flexible schedule, which may include evenings, weekends and holiday hours.
Ability to work independently and in collaboration of team.
Ability to forecast needs for future events, react, and communicate quickly to sudden changes.
Proficient in MS Word, Publisher programs, and additional computer skills.
Current CDL Class C License with a P Endorsement is preferred- willing to assist in completetion of this certification

Primary Responsibilities for Activities Assistant:
The Life Enrichment Assistant actively supports our culture – our pillars and 1440.
Assist the Life Enrichment Coordinator/Director with the overall direction, coordination, and evaluation of the activities department.
Assist with planning and perform regularly scheduled activities and/or life skills activities.
Assist in maintaining an acceptable level of inventory to perform all activities.
Completion of all tasks and functions maintaining a high level of resident safety.
Coordinate the posting of all activities.
Maintain all areas for activities within the community in a safe and neat manner.
Accompany residents on outings as assigned by Life Enrichment Coordinator/Director.
Driving residents to appointments and outings using our community shuttle bus.
May be required to assist residents getting on and off the bus, utilizing the appropriate and safest mode for assistance. This may include using a lift, ambulation and or physical transfer.
Present professional appearance/dress.
The Activities Assistant maintains a positive attitude which supports team performance and productivity

Samantha Kennedy

Executive Assistant-Petoskey

Join the Encore Financial Group team as an Office Administrator and help oversee and ensure the effective operation of our agency. Responsibilities include helping with administrative tasks, scheduling and confirming appointments, processing paperwork, and helping clients. Organized and strong computer skills are a must. Competitive benefits package. Email your résumé , cover letter, and references to
Full Job Description at

Denise Croake

Staff for developmentally disabled individual in Boyne City

This is a position providing living assistance and transportation as needed. This is a highly functional socially adept individual requiring oversight in daily routine, assistance with shopping, meal planning, and with transportation to and from events and appointments. The individual is a young lady that lives semi independently in her own apartment. The position is part time with a somewhat flexible schedule. This position does require training in CPR and basic first aid. Training is offered through community mental health. Please call with any questions.

Lorraine Manary 231 582 9863

Auto CAD and mechanical design manager

Must have working knowledge of 3D CAD, create 3D models and 2D drawings, basic detail and assembly drawings for manufacturing and assembly for products and equipment

Gary Steffens,, 2318383506

Independence Villages of Petoskey is Hiring - Flexible Scheduling

We invite you to join the Independence Villages family! All jobs provide the opportunity to learn and GROW... Flexible Scheduling means you can still go to school, hold another job, spend time with your family... whatever it is that makes you happy!

Northern Lights Recreation is growing....

Northern Lights Recreation is growing…We mean really growing! And we need smiling, talented team members who want to work at the place where adults meet family and friends for FUN!! Northern Lights Recreation and the Sassy Loon Bar and Grill offer competitive pay, meal discounts, FREE recreation and we are willing to train the right individual for all positions.

Line Cooks * Servers * Laser Tag Marshals * Bowling Counter Attendant

Please come in and fill out an application or email your resume to No phone calls please

Cristen Smith

Cashier's, Cart Pusher's, Inventory Associates, Overnight Maintenance, Overnight Stockers, Salesfloor Associates.

*Competitive Wages
*Retirement Savings Options
*Quarterly bonus potential
*Advancement opportunities
*Benefits for your Health
*Stable employment during all seasons
*Friendly environment

Store Manager Kurston 231-439-0200

Executive Director Cheboygan County United Way

Cheboygan County United Way Board of Directors is seeking an experienced and motivated Executive Director who is able to develop time lines to achieve goals. Cheboygan County United Way is a small non-profit with potential for growth. The focus is on meeting the needs of our residents in emergency situations, providing leadership in volunteer service and helping young people reach their fullest potential. Preference will be given to candidates who can manage a budget, utilize social media, fundraise and who have grant writing experience.
Please submit cover letter, resume and 3 references by noon, August 25, 2017
Job Qualifications
High school diploma, additional social work and business courses
Duties and Responsibilities:
Office Management
Management of a budget and Fiduciary responsibilities
Coordination of fundraising
Direct service to clients seeking help in gaining resources
Collaboration with businesses and other non-profits
Work with UW Board of Directors to ensure future growth
Prior experience working with non-profits is preferred
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Knowledge of Quick books and social media
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Knowledge of community resources
Work independently
Part time position
Flexible schedule

Nursing Assistant/Caregiver

Position Summary:
As a Nursing Assistant you are responsible for providing caring and personalized assistance for residents in a senior living community.

Required Experience for Nursing Assistant:
High School Diploma or GED preferred.
Previous Healthcare, Geriatrics or experience working with the elderly population preferred.
Certified Nurse Aide (CNA) or Medical Assistant (MA) Certification preferred.
Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds.
Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.

Primary Responsibilities for Nursing Assistant:
Completion of daily/weekly tasks as assigned by the wellness coordinator as well as assisting others routinely with their assignments if needed.
Will provide compassionate and competent care for residents by performing the following services:
Bathing, showering and grooming assistance
Serves and collects food trays; assist residents with dining
Provides wheelchair and walking escorts
Provides toileting and incontinence care assistance
Provides meal, activity, and medication reminder assistance
Provides wake up and turn down service
Performs upkeep of resident rooms
Answers resident call signals
Other related duties as assigned
Provide assistance de-escalating behaviors
Participate in Life Enrichment activities
Completes and documents appropriate records, including pertinent information entered into log book.
Works scheduled shift but also provides flexibility and is open to helping other Nursing Assistants shifts if needed.
Maintains knowledge of all safety and emergency procedures.
Is knowledgeable of and abides by all company policies and procedures.
Communicates with the Wellness Coordinator involving any concerns regarding resident care, treatment, or changes in behavior.

Construction Manager - Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity

Position Summary:
The Construction Manager develops and implements construction plans, and coordinates building activities for the Affiliate and outlying communities in accordance with Habitat’s mission and standards of excellence. Oversees the construction of multiple builds, critical home repair projects, warranty home repairs, and other projects as assigned per year.

Education and Experience Requirements:
3+ years of residential construction experience (required) and a Michigan Builder’s License (preferred) or the ability to obtain a license within three (3) months.
Ability to apply construction knowledge to scheduling, coordinating and participating in general construction work activities.
Ability to plan, schedule, prioritize, coordinate, delegate and manage multiple work activities.
Ability to read and interpret standard residential construction blueprints and specifications.
Basic mathematical aptitude to calculate building measurements, quantities, etc.

Position Requirements:
The Construction Manager must have the communication skills needed to develop significant connections within the community, resulting in Affiliate receipt of substantial ‘gifts in kind’ (donation of labor, materials, etc.) in order to support building costs and overhead, the ability to implement sound and efficient building practices, knowledge of up-to-date energy efficiency practices, the ability to provide positive and upbeat engagement and oversight of volunteers of all skill levels and abilities, and the ability to implement project management practices that support multitasking on several projects at once while maintaining organization and communication of project timelines with the Executive Director and staff. This position oversees one Construction Assistant and volunteers. This is a salaried, full-time position that will often require evening and weekend hours. The starting salary for this position is $43,680. Benefits include a monthly health insurance stipend.

Chair of Construction Committee:
Delegate responsibilities among committee members
Work with Committee to establish budgets and building standards
Monthly written and/or in-person reports to the Board of Directors

Construction Administration:
Sets and oversees annual budget and timeline for construction
Oversees selection of lots within the established parameters of affordability and appropriateness for building based on family size, house design and annual construction calendar
Serves as the final authority prior to submission to Board of Directors for purchasing all lots
Obtains appropriate permits and surveys for site
Oversees actions to determine suitability for building (soil tests, surveys, easements, etc.)
Construction scheduling that promotes efficient and organized building time frames
Offer input to the Executive Director with regard to all aspects of construction management which protect the interests of both the Affiliate and the homeowner
Oversees development of house plans with architect and/or draftsman.
Solicits and accepts bids for materials.
Organizes timely ordering and delivery of materials and supplies.
Manages warehouse and maintains lean inventory of unused materials.
Reviews and codes bills with bookkeeper on a monthly basis.
Solicits and documents in-kind donations of materials, tools and services.
Communicates with homeowner regarding house specifics.

Construction Quality Control:
Assists and supervises committees to assure builds are in compliance with HFHI standards, including energy efficiency and handicap accessibility
Schedules and monitors subcontractor and inspector activities
Ensure that houses are built to code and pass inspection.
Assists and supervises committee to develop placemaking appropriate home designs, and provide full sets of construction drawings for homeowner approval prior to commencement of every build
Performs final walk-thru and completes punch lists for all construction related projects
Coordination of On-Site volunteers and coordination of volunteer requirements with Office
Development of training standards for volunteer team leaders

Field/Site Work:
Directs the Construction Supervisor, site-supervisors, i.e. CTE tradespersons, YouthBuild Supervisors or Volunteer Team Leaders realizing that some builds may be constructed using oversight only of the Construction Supervisor and volunteer team leaders
Preliminary site work: staking, determine elevations with excavator, etc.
Contact and coordinate utility installation
Visit project sites on regular basis throughout construction project
Provide periodical days of on-site help as site supervisor when needed

Supplier/Contractor Relationships:
Initiate contractor bidding, oversee all contractor contracts, approve invoices prior to payment
Build relationships and communicate with suppliers in response to ED generated marketing promotions and in keeping with the needs of the project budget
Research/solicit suppliers/contractors for donations or material/labor cost reductions and general Gift in Kind to lower construction and building overhead costs to the Affiliate
Assist office in maintaining accurate vendor/material supplier contact information

Partner Family Relations:
Serves as the primary contact for the partner-family in all construction related matters.
Reviews the house plan with the homeowner and solicits input.
Approve all partner-family sweat-equity hours.
Conduct house completion training session with homeowner for the effective implementation of long-term maintenance.

To Apply: please submit your resume and a cover letter to with Construction Manager in the title no later than September 15, 2017. Applications will be reviewed as they are received.

Shipt Shopper - Get Paid to Sing in Your Car!

Shipt is an on-demand grocery delivery service looking for reliable, independent people to shop for groceries and deliver to our members. Earn money, set your own schedule and feel free to sing in your car on the way to a delivery!

18 y/o minimum
Reliable vehicle, 15 years old or newer
iPhone (iOS 8 or newer) or Android (4.4.2 or newer)
Valid U.S. driver's license and auto insurance
Thorough background check required
Insulated cooler bag
Knowledge of produce selection
Ability to lift 25+ pounds
Apply here:

Driver/ Production Assistant

We are a large Production Company in NYC shooting a docu-series is Petoskey. We are looking for someone to drive our crew from Petoskey to Lansing. This person must have a valid drivers license. We have a rental minivan that they can drive. Let me know if you would like any further information. Thanks!

Employee Relations Specialist

JOB SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the HR Manager provide human resources support and communication to both management and team members in the areas of employee advocacy, tribal and federal laws, policies and procedures, retention, internal investigations, and grievances. Ensuring Team Member relations are in accordance with the enterprises goals and objectives, focusing on sensitivity and responsiveness to the team member and management. Responsible for conducting investigations regarding alleged incidents of inappropriate conduct ranging from but not limited to policy violations, bias and harassment, and acts of dishonesty and determining the appropriate investigation tactics. Acts as an advisor to management and team members to reduce company-wide risk by helping to resolve employee matters that have not been resolved in their own departments. Acts as a strategic partner, counseling leadership on best practices and collaborating with HR team members to come to resolution within all departments. Responsible for the coordination and facilitation of all Enterprise-wide Employee activities under the direction of HR Management and with the support of the HR Team. Actively models and emphasizes the core values in the performance of all duties.
Minimum Qualifications:

Must be at least 18 years old. Bachelor’s degree plus three (3) years’ work experience in employee relations or as an HR Generalist; or an Associate’s degree and five (5) years of experience in employee relations or as an HR Generalist. A minimum of one (1) year in the casino or hospitality industry is required. Must have technical understanding and demonstrated experience of applicable Tribal and/or Federal employment and labor laws. Demonstrated ability to conduct advanced professional investigations and develop sound conclusions. Demonstrated ability to prepare comprehensive reports, speak and write effectively. Ability to maintain confidential information is essential. Honesty, integrity, and strong knowledge of HR principles and employee relations skills. Ability to multi-task and work under tight deadlines. Organized and prompt follow up skills necessary. Must have highly developed interpersonal skills for dealing with sensitive, emotional, or potentially controversial interpersonal situations.

Apply online at

Liz Rice

Account Planner - Media

Account Planner

Spectrum Reach is the advertising sales division of Charter Communications, Inc. The company offers custom solutions for the modern media landscape utilizing national cable networks, internet advertising and promotional events supported by marketing, research and award-winning creative services. Spectrum Reach applies insightful research to understand consumer behavior and build targeted, multi-screen media plans personalized for each customer.
With offices in 41 states and 147 markets, Spectrum Reach covers over 27 million households throughout the country. From traditional commercial advertising to exciting new possibilities in interactive media and multi-screen solutions, Spectrum Reach’s consultative team brings advertisers effective, efficient ways to turn our audiences into their customers.

The Account Planner is a strategic partner to Account Executives. This position plays a key role in translating customer advertising objectives into data driven and effective ad schedules. This key team member is integral in helping the sales team to maximize multiscreen solutions, which has a direct impact on our ability to deliver and exceed on client’s marketing and advertising expectations. This individual will have a passion for marketing and advertising sales and will be closely aligned with other sales team members and cross functional groups. This position requires strong communication skills and strong attention to detail, in a faced paced sales environment.

Proactively pulls information from Client Needs Analysis and works with Account Executives to understand client marketing objectives.
Create effective data driven multi-screen advertising schedules for all clients.
Utilize Kantar, Polk, Nielsen, Commscore, Set Top Box data and other research metrics to make proposal recommendations.
Coordinate with Regional Digital Account Planner for multi-screen solutions integrated into overall client presentation.
Create presentations that can be delivered as complete solutions achieving all client needs; partner with Marketing and Research functions to pull information to tell the appropriate story to clients.
Maximize inventory usage to ensure proposal delivery.
Create an open honest communication line with all Account Executives (May need to balance the competing needs of multiple Account Executives at the same time).
Be able to sell through the rationale of each campaign recommendation for the Account Executive to deliver to the client and be grounded in research and data to achieve client objectives.
Regularly meet and gather feedback on the client schedules that were built to understand necessary changes to improve future schedules.
Compare purchased schedule with the original avail to ensure delivery against client needs.
Utilize tools to ensure all necessary accounts meet Posting requirements.
Partner with Account Executives to review and evaluate campaign effectiveness.
Work closely with Pricing and Inventory to ensure that all inventory is used effectively and priced appropriately.
Work cross functionally to create and incorporate local packages into schedules.

1+ years of experience in media sales a strong plus
Knowledge of cable television, digital products, and advanced advertising products is a plus.
Outstanding verbal, written, and interpersonal communications with overarching skill to translate data, information, and research into powerful points of view—ability to craft and tell a compelling story.
Previous experience supporting a team of Sales, advertising, or marketing professionals is helpful. Previous experience in an Ad Agency, Media, and/or Ad Sales team is highly preferred.
Experience and strong knowledge of research databases, tools and applications, including (but not limited to) Nielsen, Scarborough, MRI, Kantar, BIA/Kelsey, eMarketer, and comScore are helpful.
Familiarity with and experience in digital marketing; understanding of online campaign development, metrics, and optimization strategies.
Needs to have the ability to decipher between client needs, for example, ‘branding’ campaigns VS ‘call to action’ and the difference between those schedules
Familiar with writing rationales and/or agency POVs (“point of views”)
Clear knowledge of media terms as well as media formulas & calculations. Experience estimating ratings are helpful.
Ability to back-up work and have good logic to creating schedules
Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year College or University preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Telephone Operator

Full Time with benefits Education & Experience:

Answer incoming phone calls and direct to the appropriate individual or department by maintaining a professional friendly demeanor. Additional job duties are listed further down. Must follow bank policies, procedures and abide by all compliance regulatory requirements.


• Attention to Communication
• Oral Communication
• Written Communication
• Interpersonal Awareness
• Persuasive Communication
• Customer Orientation (internal and external)
• Diagnostic Information Gathering
• Analytical Thinking
• Conceptual Thinking
• Technical Expertise
• Initiative
• Thoroughness
• Decisiveness
• Self Confidence
• Stress Management
• Personal Credibility
• Flexibility

Knowledge of bank departments and each employee’s responsibilities. Ongoing training of compliance regulatory requirements.
• Assist in tracking staff attendance (calendar)
• Tracking items thru to completion
• Maintain bank website
• Maintain vendor contracts (scan and track)
• Accounts Payable
• Loan Support
• Order supplies
• Scanning documents

Intern Security Coordinator

Company Information
Atos is a leader in digital services with annual revenue of € 12 billion and 100,000 employees in 72 countries. Serving a global client base, Atos offers a variety of services including: Business & Platform Solutions, Infrastructure & Data Management, Technology Transformation Services, BPO, Cloud and Big Data & Cyber Security. With deep technology expertise and industry knowledge, Atos works with clients across many business sectors: Defense, Financial Services, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Media, Utilities, Public Sector, Technology, Retail, Telecommunications, and Transportation.

Atos is focused on business technology that powers progress and helps organizations to create their firm of the future. In addition, Atos is the Worldwide Information Technology Partner for the Olympic & Paralympic Games and operates under the brands Atos, Bull, Canopy, Unify and Worldline.

Atos offers a broad professional perspective and the opportunity to build a rewarding career across either the technical or business paths. With our worldwide presence and our broad range of professional services, Atos provides training programs across all our competencies and markets worldwide for employees in all stages of their career. In addition, we offer programs that are focused on engaging and developing people who are at the beginning of their career through internships and graduate opportunities.

For more information, please see the Atos corporate web site:

Atos has an Affirmative Action Plan in place and is an Equal Opportunity Employer: disability/veteran

Job Description
- As a Client Security Analyst Intern you will have a shared responsibility for security-related business controls of your assigned customer, working closely with your CSM leader to deliver an always secure, audit ready environment. To this end you will coordinate with Client Security Management (CSM) resources within the client account, providing support to the assigned Information Security CSM for Information Security, Governance, Risk and Compliance in adherence to both regulatory(CMS, OCR, Joint Commission, PCI, NIST, etc.) and contractual requirements for all Managed Services related activity.
- All Client Security Analyst Interns will have a direct reporting line to their assigned Client Security Manager, a second dotted line to the Regional Director of Client Security Management, and a third dotted reporting line to the Regional Head of Client Security Operations.
Duties as follows:
- Building and maintaining client relationships.
- Working with clients and CSM’s to develop and support client-specific security operations/delivery plans.
- Creation and delivering client security awareness and understanding of appropriate security-related services.
- Knowledge and awareness of relevant overall security compliance procedures and certifications to include information technology and how it relates to healthcare.
- Ensure security and regulatory standards compliance are met within the business areas.
- Support security certifications and audits within the GBU (ISO27001, ISAE3402/SSA16, PCI/DSS, client and internal audits) and drive remediation, in collaboration with SEDA (Service Excellence organization).
- Support Exception & Deviation Management with ticket case entry and assignments for remediation items.
- Prepare and maintain security and regulatory dashboard data-related to performance security and regulatory performance indicators.
- Support governance activities.
- Facilitate and Support internal and external audit activities-Interviews, data collection, reporting, physical security assessment walk through.
- Assist with the Creation and maintenance of security related documentation, policies, audit relevant processes.
- Assist assigned CSM as an alternate Point of contact and escalation for all critical and non-critical security management related activities and processes, normally limited to the regional scope.
- Support in the preparation of inappropriate access reports prepared for McLaren HR and/or Compliance.
- Accountable for r resolution of Security Incidents (in collaboration with CSIRT and customer InfoSec organizations).

Job Requirements
- At least 3 years’ Information Technology or cyber security course curriculum experience working towards a bachelor or masters degree in Computer Science, Computer Studies, or Information Security.
- Security/Audit/Data Protection certifications a plus.
- Exposure to audit and compliance programs.
- Excellent and effective communication skills at all levels of management.
- Ability to work effectively in diverse, multi-national and virtual environments.
- Self-motivated, independent and results-focused.
- Demonstrate sound judgment and integrity.
- Fluent English (oral and written).
- Ability and willingness to travel within Michigan when required (<20%).
Security, risk and quality-minded.

Patient Care Technician - Various Units Available

Attention aspiring healthcare professionals and current CNAs, Home Health Aides, Caregivers, Nurse Assistants, LPNs & other patient care professionals:

Are you are passionate about learning, providing excellent care and looking for a career that allows you to truly make a difference in the lives of others? If yes, our Patient Care Technician opportunity is the perfect fit for you! As a PCT you will partner closely with our nursing and health care team to accomplish positive patient outcomes. Provision of care focuses on psychosocial support and activities of daily living.

• Actively demonstrates the organization's values and mission
• Provides care supporting physical function for activities of daily living, such as toileting, bathing, feeding, and ambulation
• Cares for patients demonstrating clinical competence in implementing a plan of care
• Maintains basic technician skills, such as obtaining vital signs, performing dressing changes, wound care, catheterizations, EKGs as required in specific work area
• Reports observations, including any change in patient status to Registered Nurse in a timely and accurate manner
• Performs interventions to enhance psychosocial support
• Documents according to hospital and unit specific guidelines to accurately reflect care provided immediately after performing procedure or task

• Hand/eye coordination
• Fine motor skills
• Proficient with computer and technology
• Effective verbal communication and objective/accurate written documentation
• Ability to lift/maneuver 30 lbs using appropriate body mechanics
• Walking/standing for long periods of time
• Critical thinking skills
• Performs other duties consistent with purpose of job as directed

• High School Diploma or equivalent

• Previous direct patient care experience
• CNA training preferred

Please visit to learn more and to apply.

Lindsay Rensel, Recruiter / / 231-487-4210

Retail sales associate

Flexible part time sales position at one of Harbor Springs' best home accessory and womens apparel shop. Looking for someone who likes working with people and is dependable. We pride ourselves in great customer service. This is a fun place to work, and offer discounts. $12/hr

Diane or Renee at 231-525-9888, or email Diana at


Looking to hire a CFO/Treasurer/Controller for a small manufacturing company in Gaylord Mi. Strengths in accounting principals, budgeting, cash flow statements, AP, AR, payroll, etc...

Maintenance Person/Driver

Maintenance Person/Driver to handle minor maintenance projects, help with garbage/recycling which includes repetitive lifting, examine donated electrical items and drive truck to pick up larger resale donations. Must be a multi-tasker, problem-solver with a positive “can do” attitude. Approximately 3 days/week including Saturdays. Ability to lift 50 pounds and valid driver’s license necessary. Apply at WRCNM main office, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey or email resume to EOE

Deb Smith, WRCNM, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI


Cashier-clerk – friendly and dependable with great customer service, sales experience, ability to multi-task and engage with customers. 24 to 32 hours per week 9-5:30. A job with a purpose; Gold Mine revenues support essential Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan services. Apply at WRCNM main office, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey or email resume to EOE

Deb Smith, WRCNM, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI

Maintenance Person/Driver

Maintenance Person/Driver to handle minor maintenance projects, help with garbage/recycling which includes repetitive lifting, examine donated electrical items and drive truck to pick up larger resale donations. Must be a multi-tasker, problem-solver with a positive “can do” attitude. Approximately 3 days/week including Saturdays. Ability to lift 50 pounds and valid driver’s license necessary. Apply at WRCNM main office, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey or email resume to EOE

Deb Smith, WRCNM, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI

Part time secretarial / research

The position requires good computer skills working for a part time attorney/consultant. The successful applicant would need to use and install various programs on both an Apple and PC. Part time position 6-10 hrs per week.

Jim Dunn - 517-648-1036

Part-time 9-1-1 Telecommunicator

9-1-1 Emergency Telecommunicators are responsible for answering both emergency and non-emergency 9-1-1 calls on a computerized telephone system, entering the data gathered from calls into an enhanced Computer Aided Dispatching (CAD) system, and dispatching the appropriate emergency service personnel using a variety of communication tools, including radio, telephone, and computer. 9-1-1 Emergency Telecommunicators must possess exceptional communication skills, be able to multitask, and work effectively under pressure. Proficiency in map reading and understanding navigational directions is a necessity. 9-1-1 Emergency Telecommunicators employed with CCE must have a continued commitment to customer service when working with the community, affiliated agencies, and fellow employees. All 9-1-1 Emergency Telecommunicators must be available to work all shifts, including days, nights, weekends, and holidays, and must be able to work for 12-hour shifts on a regular basis.

Legal Secretary

Boyne City law firm is looking for a legal secretary for a variety of administrative functions. This could be a full or part time position. The right candidate needs typing and proofing skills; the position has a great deal of interaction with clients; excellent communication and organizational skills is necessary.

Resume to



Which Wich Superior Sandwiches is now hiring for part-time, year round positions. Looking for reliable, honest people. Will work with your school schedule. A fun place to work with decent pay and food discounts. Apply in person at 1592 Anderson Rd. or on-line at

Apply in person at 1592 Anderson Rd. or online at

Board of Directors Volunteers

Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity is looking for qualified volunteers to serve on its Board of Directors. If you are interested, please email Mandy at

Board Meeting Date and Time:
Third Wednesday of the month, every month at 4-6pm in the Habitat for Humanity office at 8446 M-119 in Harbor Springs, Michigan.

Annual Meeting & Election of Directors and Officers:
At the June meeting.

Term of Office:
Three years, eligible to be reelected for one more three-year term.

Responsibilities of Habitat for Humanity Board Members:
• Attend board meetings regularly and prepare for meetings beforehand (2+ hours a month).
• Serve on at least one committee (Finance, Construction, Family Selection, Faith Engagement, Event Planning, Marketing, Retail, etc.)
• Support Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity financially as able
• Help raise funds for Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity
• Govern the agency
• Help spread the word about Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity broadly throughout Emmet and Charlevoix counties
• Represent the community in which you belong
• Attend special events on behalf of Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity

Please email Mandy at to express your interest in a board or committee position and receive an application packet. Thank you!

Truck Driver/ Warehouse

Join our team and make a difference. Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity ReStore is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry responsible for generating funds to support the Affiliates mission, building hope and homes for families in our community.
It is the responsibility of the ReStore Truck Driver to pick up donation from donor's homes and places of business throughout both Charlevoix and Emmet Counties. Essential job duties: scheduling routes, provide customer service, donation management, and truck maintenance. Individual must exhibit a positive attitude and spirit of cooperation with fellow workers as well as donors and customers.

Required Skills & Experience
• Must have a valid Driver's License and an excellent driving record
• Comply with all State and Federal guidelines and compliance policies.
• On-the job training opportunity for the right fit.
• Required to drive a box truck up to 24 feet in length.
• Must be able to lift in excess of 50 pounds
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills are essential
• Be available to work flexible daytime hours Monday through Saturday
How to Apply
To apply for this position, please send a letter of interest, a resume or a completed Application for Employment to with “ReStore Truck Driver” in the subject line. Only candidates meeting position requirements will be contacted. For more information about Northwest Michigan Habitat for Humanity, visit on our website Applications will be accepted until Friday, August 25, 2017 or until the position is filled. (Application can be dropped off at the store)

Cindy Blasius

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 or EMT-B.
Apply online at

Liz Rice 231-439-5380

Patient Access Representative I

Patient Access Representative I is often the first person that interacts with the patient/family contributing to their first impression of McLaren Northern Michigan and subsequent services that are provided. If you are customer focused and have a willingness to contribute to a great organization please visit our website:

Sarah Whittaker 231.487.7426

Environmental Service Worker - Housekeeping

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

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

Sarah Whittaker 231.487.7426

Charlevoix Public Schools - Central Office Administrative Assistant

Charlevoix Public Schools is seeking a Central Office Administrative Assistant to begin as soon as possible. At minimum, candidates should have a H.S. diploma and 3-5 years administrative experience. Advanced schooling is preferred. Position is 6 hours per day, paid hourly with benefits. Application deadline is Tuesday, August 8, 2017. Please visit for more information and to apply.

Mike Ritter 231-547-8101 or

Surgical Technologist

Just starting your career as a Surgical Technologist or have you been in your role with no room for growth? Explore a career at McLaren Northern Michigan which ranks in the top 2.2% of hospitals in the country with a 5 star rating from CMS.

To learn more about our opportunity visit . Certification from the Association of Surgical Technologist is required.

Sarah Whittaker 231.487.7426

Patient Financial Advisor/Reimbursement Specialist

The primary purpose of this position will be responsible for all patients requiring continuous program eligibility review. Will process all new patients and re-evaluate all existing patients for accurate application of eligibility on payer sources. The Patient Financial Advisor will need to have knowledge of all funding sources directly involving criteria, eligibility, and aid categories. In addition, the Financial Screening Clerk will maintain payer source records to provide self-pay and third party payer collection activities. The position works in a cooperative team environment to provide value to customers (internal or external). This position maintains thorough and detailed knowledge of collection laws and third party payer claims processing and ensures compliance with state laws regarding all cash processes as evident through cash collections. Demonstrates an understanding of state insurance laws and the various appeals processes including but not limited to Insurance Commission filings. Demonstrates an understanding of benefits requirements, on-line claims editing, submission, and reconciliation procedures.

This position will perform rebilling functions as appropriate and exhibits knowledge of UB92 and 1500 bill forms and filing requirements and will function as a subject matter expert in assisting Customer Service and Collection Team Members as well as other payer team members. Continually seeks to understand and act upon customer needs, concerns, and priorities. Meets customer expectations and requirements, and gains customer trust and respect.

Responsibilities and Duties:

The process will begin with determining if the patient has insurance coverage through a VOB (verification of benefits) which utilizes our Billing software. The deductible will be identified and a responsible plan made to collect this upfront or to set payments that make reasonable business sense and insure the client has a vested interest in participation.

*Provides friendly, courteous and professional service at all time to all clients and patients

*Has an excellent understanding of telephone usage and the operation of the telephone system

*Forwards calls accurately to the correct person or extension and ensures that someone is answering on the extension before passing the caller

* Interviews all new patients who wish to register for medical services, and greets them with respect and dignity.

*Must exercise utmost diplomacy and tact to provide excellent customer service for patients; practices confidentiality and privacy protocols in accordance to Clinic policies and HIPAA requirements.

*Determines eligibility for services and method of payment.

*Explains the programs and advises patients of payment methods to rearranging finances and assets.

*Interviews clients or authorized representative to gather information while determining eligibility for benefits.

*Obtains, verifies, and calculates income and resources to determine client's financial eligibility.

*Explains available benefit programs, rights and responsibilities and other agency services to applicants/recipients and general public.

*Receives, reviews processes and conduct timely follow-up on enrollment packets received to ascertain the potential for eligibility for scholarship/grant and other programs.

*Approves patients for scholarship/grant, refers completed cases to Medicaid and other State or Federal programs, or refer difficult accounts to patient advocacy group and/or social services in accordance with established guidelines.

*Assists patients in completion of program applications and other paperwork.

*Accurately inputs and updates data and/or coverages in the eligibility determination system and the EMR computer system when changes occur and cross trains in all areas of eligibility.

*Verifies, updates, and enter third party insurance plans into EMR computer system.

*Obtains and scans all necessary demographic and financial information required to properly determine potential program eligibility.

*able to handle complex financial paperwork that maintains a minimal error rate and maintains productivity levels as determined by established standards and guidelines.

*Receive and review all correspondence daily

* Maintain consistent proactive communication with the patient or patient representative throughout the eligibility process, keeping the patient informed of the account progress.

* Screen patients and/or patient representatives to determine potential eligibility for Third Party resources. Including creation and maintaining forms to provide information on assets, credit worthiness, co-signors or assets that can be levied. Discounts based upon financial hardship may be awarded to clients who meet objective and verifiable criteria. The use of low interest loans with automatic payments or regular payments will be another tool employed to make clients available for service. This will involve use of credit scores

* Communicate effectively with physicians, case managers, social workers, and admission staff on a daily basis to ensure questions are answered and issues are addressed.

* Educate patients and patient representatives of the eligibility requirements, application process, and verification requirements for applicable programs. Research will be done by the FRM to enroll in CARE credit or similar programs.

*determine an appropriate refund policy that meets the industry standards for persons who leave early with permission, for disciplinary reasons, or against medical advice..

* Follow up on assigned accounts

*Follow up with patients to resolve unpaid balances or denied insurance claims (creating guidelines/establishing payment plans in the event of a default by the client on the terms of the agreement, including obtaining a judgment and execution of the judgment through creditor examinations, garnishments, and writs of execution. This may when appropriate be delegated to a collection agency.

* Assist all employees with any needs that arise

* Notify Management of any issues or concerns that may arise

* Our ideal candidate is an adept communicator; deadline oriented, and self - motivated, with excellent follow - up and customer service skills

* Works on various tasks using established procedures while creating new policy and procedures

* Corresponds by mail or telephone with patients to obtain required information for verification of financial status or address.

* Ability to maintain the highest level of confidentiality.

*Exercises problem-solving and conflict resolution skills when handling patient complaints; refers patient complaints to appropriate designated personnel as needed.

*Will travel between sites and work flexible hours, as required ( proposed hours will be 10 am-4 pm on site Monday thru Friday and 10 Hours approximately on call to assist in client determinations with an exact schedule to be determined.)

*Ability to set priorities, meet deadlines and be self sufficient

*Ability to learn complex processes and consistently achieve productivity goals

*Excellent analytical and organizational skills

Required Qualifications:

* High School Diploma / GED (or higher)

* 1 years of related experience with healthcare collections

*Experience in a registration setting or performing eligibility and enrollment functions.

*Must have the ability to exercise a high degree of diplomacy and tact; excellent customer services and interpersonal communication skills; Cultural sensitivity and demonstrated ability to work with diverse people groups.

Preferred Qualifications:

* Knowledge of collection laws and third-party payer claims processing and ensures compliance with state laws regarding all cash processes as evident through cash collections

Soft Skills:

* Demonstrated success working in a team environment focused on meeting organization goals and objectives

* Demonstrates ability to interact and communicate will all staff (oral and written). Critical analytical thinking skills with the ability to multi task. Excellent organization skills. Extensive understanding and computer knowledge…Excel/Spreadsheets, Word, Microsoft Office. Ability to perform root cause analysis. Assist with development of process improvement initiatives. Completes training for collections staff. Exceed in identify payer issues and relay information to Leadership. Prepare spreadsheets and maintain monthly spreadsheets. Perform other duties and projects as assigned.

Job Type: Full-time

Becky McGeorge 231-535-2822;

Weekend Cook $12 - $14/hour

Cooks are responsible for the preparation and serving of three meals a day for approximately 20 to 30 people. Arranges food and beverage items for the purpose of serving them to clients and staff in an efficient manner. Attends meetings, in-service training, workshops, etc. for the purpose of gathering information required to perform job functions. Cleans utensils, equipment, storage areas, food preparation and serving areas for the purpose of maintaining required sanitary conditions. Interacts with all clients, staff and client family members in a positive and helpful manner. This position offers a 2 week alternating rotation. Schedule would be Friday, Saturday and Sunday for week 1 and Thursday, Friday and Saturday for week 2.

Responsibilities and Duties:

Work under the supervision of the Director of Dining Services using standardized procedures; providing information and/or advising others; and operating within a defined budget.
Responsible for performing a variety of client, cafeteria and catering services functions that may include client visitation tray assembly, distribution and service, general sanitation, cleaning and use of kitchen equipment and pantries.
Maintain the highest standards of cleanliness and safety in the kitchen.
Ensures all meeting rooms and bathrooms that will service the meals are stocked, cleaned and available for scheduled use.
Maintains an acceptable attendance record and is punctual.
Minimum Requirements: High School diploma required and prior dining services experience preferred or the equivalent in combination of education and experience.

Strong candidates will demonstrate the following characteristics:

Effectively uses active listening, observation, reading, verbal nonverbal and writing skills.
Values diversity. Skillfully manages individual, group, and organizational interactions.
Interprets information accurately and initiates effective responses.
Communicates cheerfully and effectively with staff, client and client family members.
Have Serve Safe training.
Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use of hands and fingers to handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to reach with hands and arms. The employee is required to be on his/her feet for extended periods of time. The employee frequently must squat, stoop or kneel, reach above the head and reach forward. The employee continuously uses hand strength to grasp utensils or carry pots and pans. The employee will frequently bend or twist at the neck and trunk more than the average person while performing the duties of this job.

The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds such as crates, bags or cartons of canned or fresh produce. The employee will sometimes push/pull items such as tables, or bulk food carts. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to adjust focus.

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:

High school or equivalent
Required experience:

Food Service: 1 year

Becky McGeorge 231-535-2822;