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Christian Education Director - Part Time

First Presbyterian Church of Harbor Springs is looking for a Christian Ed Director 15 to 20 hours a week, as needed, at $20 an hour. Duties include connecting with children, youth and their families, planning future programs, implementing a Sunday School, a mid-week after school program, staffing the nursery on Sundays and a week of Vacation Bible School in the summer. Send resume to First Presbyterian Church of Harbor Springs, P.O. Box 866, Harbor Springs, MI 49740 Attention: Pastor Kip Murphy or Sue Blevins.

Pastor Kip Murphy or Sue Blevins
10/28/2020

Boat Building Apprentice

BOAT BUILDING APPRENTICE—WORK FOR ONE OF THE WORLD’S PREMIER BOAT BUILDERS

THE COMPANY
The crew at Van Dam consists of some of the most highly skilled wooden boat builders in the industry as well as young, keen people working through the company’s own apprenticeship program. We are a creative, hardworking and happy bunch on a quest to build the finest wooden boats in the world. With a constant pursuit for perfection and the highest standards, Van Dam is renowned for the beautiful artwork of its boat building. By joining our team, you will be working on some of the most exciting and finest wooden boat building projects in the world with a small, dedicated team that has
built a larger variety of wooden boats than anyone in North America. It is a place where your contribution matters! We have an expansive shop with state-of-the-art equipment and a culture that supports the people and the mission. Our backlog stretches into 2023 with people around the world waiting for their chance to build their dream with this team.

THE POSITION
Van Dam Custom Boats, one of the world’s premier wooden boat builders, is seeking applications to fill one spot in its own 4-year Apprenticeship Program. The Van Dam Custom Boats Apprenticeship is a challenging program ideal for individuals
who are passionate about creating, have a drive to be the best, and have the vision and tenacity to excel during the learning process. We look for highly motivated young people who want to learn a skilled trade and be part of an elite team. Apprentices must be passionate about building boats and personal growth, and they need to have a positive, upbeat mindset and the ability to take constructive criticism
and grow from it. Apprentices must be team focused and self-driven and they must have an inquisitive mind. We expect a great deal of effort from our apprentices. In return, you will be offered a paid position of learning, with benefits and generous wage increases throughout the apprenticeship.

Duties and Responsibilities
• Live our fundamentals
• Demonstrate a willingness to learn and take criticism, and a dedication to
personal growth
• Possess a positive, upbeat mindset
• Be team-focused and self-driven
• Understand the importance and value of time
• Embrace the concept of Kaizen (the practice of continuous improvement)
• Take responsibility for your training and experience here
Requirements and Qualifications
• High School diploma
• Experience around boats preferred
• Experience working with tools preferred

THE LOCATION
Located in beautiful Boyne City, Michigan on the shores of Lake Charlevoix, you will find four seasons of adventure. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy boating and fishing on our many inland lakes and rivers as well as on the Great Lakes. Every snow
activity imaginable is available at our three area ski resorts while biking, hiking, and camping are right in our back yard. We have great schools, reasonably priced housing, fabulous restaurants, a vibrant farm market, plus much more for people that value community and nature.

HOW TO APPLY
This position is offered as full-time, year-round employment. We offer a comprehensive benefit package (check it out here). And in case you missed them, we live our cultural fundamentals everyday – you can review them HERE. This is an opportunity to be supported and guided by an incredible team and a chance to join a rich company culture with some of the finest craftsmen in the world.
Please send us your resume and a cover letter telling us why you think you are the right candidate for our program at www.vandamboats.com/careers.

erika@vandamboats.com
10/27/2020

Bell-Ringer

Help RESCUE CHRISTMAS this year- RING A BELL! Locations available in Petoskey, Harbor Springs, Boyne City, Charlevoix, Elk Rapids, Mancelona and East Jordan. $10 per hour. Please call the Bell-Ringer Hotline at 231-340-9414 to apply now!

Amy Evans, Director of Community Resource Development
10/26/2020

Community Engagement Coordinator - AmeriCorps VISTA

The Salvation Army of Petoskey is seeking a candidate to become an AmeriCorps VISTA member to serve as a Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) under the Director of Community Resource Development. The CEC will foster new relationships with community leaders and organizations, increase public awareness, develop and execute fundraising event opportunities, grow the donor and volunteer base, and coordinate volunteers.
The ideal candidate will be a motivated self-starter with strong leadership and public speaking skills, be well organized and be experienced with MS Office Suite applications. The full-time position will require occasional weekend and evening hours, particularly throughout November and December. You must be willing to become an AmeriCorps VISTA Member (free membership), travel, obtain a chauffer’s license- for use of fleet vehicles, clear a back-ground and driver’s check and possess the minimum of a high-school diploma or GED; however, Associates degree preferred.

AmeriCorps VISTA Member Service Benefits
• Full-time 1 Year Opportunity
• Paid vacation, sick time and holidays
• $12,456.00 living allowance
• Choice of $6,195.00 education award or $1,800.00 cash stipend
• Noncompetitive eligibility for Federal jobs
• Qualified student loan forbearance and interest accrual payment
• Health care benefits including free video counseling
• Child care benefits if eligible
• Comprehensive training and professional development opportunities including:
o Twice-monthly webinars
o Quarterly trainings
o Purposeful networking opportunities
o Paid registration at state-wide conferences

AmeriCorps VISTA members must:
• Be a U.S. citizen, national, or legal permanent U.S. resident
• Be at least 18 years of age (there is no upper age limit!)
• Commit to serving the full term (1 year, full-time position)
• Possess an education or life-skills that will help you be successful in your placement
• Have a passion for giving back!

Amy Evans, Director of Community Resource Development
10/26/2020

Information Technology Specialist (HelpDesk Support): Full Time Year Round

The IT Specialist (Helpdesk Support) position is the first point of contact for a First Community Bank team member seeking technical assistance (Helpdesk) for banking technology issues. Responsible for configuring and supporting computer (aka Helpdesk) related hardware and software to insure proper function of PC’s, thin clients, Internet Banking, Telephone Banking and other installed programs. Provide technical assistance for both local and remote users.

The ideal applicant would have an associates degree in computer systems or equivalent; CIS hands-on experience, helpdesk experience or equivalent in educational background. Experience troubleshooting computer, printer, and server issues. Computer programming and problem solving skills a plus.

This position requires a friendly presence and helpful attitude; good interpersonal skills and ability to work well with others. Ability to provide technical support over the phone; good phone skills, and professional demeanor are strongly desired. Good problem solving skills; ability to visualize a problem or situation and think abstractly to solve it. Ability to handle constantly changing work-flow; remain productive during slow times, be able to prioritize and multitask effectively during busy times, exercise patience and professionalism during stressful situations. Ability to work responsibly with or without direct supervision. Working knowledge of common operating systems and software applications. First Community Bank is an equal opportunity employer.

Human Resources at meagan@firstcb.com
10/26/2020

Bank Teller

We are seeking customer service focused and math friendly individuals to join our team in the role of Bank Teller! If you enjoy math, a fast-paced environment and customer service this could be a great career for you. The ideal applicant will provide exceptional customer service and perfected transaction processing. Will be responsible for handling, counting, and processing cash, coin, foreign currency and bank checks. Ability to use multiple software programs. Full-time, year-round, competitive wage and benefit package. Standard hours Monday-Thursday 8:45am-5:45pm and expand to 6:15pm on Friday evenings. Saturday scheduled rotation, 8:45am-12:15pm.. Immediate opening in our Harbor Springs and Petoskey office. First Community Bank is an equal opportunity employer.

Human Resources at meagan@firstcb.com
10/26/2020

Emmet County Sheriff's Office - Corrections Officer

POSITION SUMMARY
Under the supervision of the Jail Administrator, a Corrections Officer is responsible for all activities relating to the safe and secure operation of the jail. This includes all inmate activities from intake to release, and various duties related directly to inmate affairs.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Cell check - makes periodic checks to count inmates, checks on inmates' condition, and reports damage to any jail property.
Searches - performs thorough searches of all area open to inmates to look for weapons, contraband and damage. Also, searches are conducted on the inmates' clothing and bodies to find concealed articles.
Contraband control - includes inspecting inmate mail, searches of all visitors entering the jail, and cell searches.
Perimeter checks - makes periodic inspections of the perimeter of the jail looking for any breach in the security of the facility.
Inmate discipline - must maintain inmate discipline by writing reports on rule infractions and enforce specific punishment.
Supervision of Inmate Details - supervises the behavior and work of inmates assigned to special details. Details are usually related to cleaning functions.
Inmate booking - intake process - responsible for the paperwork involved in the intake process; responsible for the proper maintenance of inmate property; performs pat down searches and/or strip searches; is responsible for obtaining photographs and fingerprints of inmates.
Release process - responsible for the return of inmate property to the inmate; responsible for all paperwork related to release procedures; and responsible for all paperwork related to release procedures; and responsible for the proper methods relative to releasing inmates on bond or personal recognizance.
Inmate transport: Prison and other locations - responsible for the safe transportation of inmates to state prisons, other Sheriff's Offices, medical facilities, or other locations as specified bt the shift supervisor.
Visiting - responsible for processing visitors into the visiting area. This includes verifying the visitor's identification. Visiting is closely monitored by Corrections Officers with frequent visual checks of the visiting area.
Inmate mail - responsible for inspecting inmate mail for contraband and for distributing the mail to the inmate population.
Electronic monitoring - responsible for the proper operation of the computerized control panel which operates all doors, lights, cameras, and communications systems; fire detection system; video recording system; and monitoring the inmate telephones.
Other job duties assigned.
DESIRED BEHAVIORAL TRAITS
Demonstrate positive interpersonal skills while having the ability to communicate effectively. Possess good moral character as determined by a comprehensive background investigation including fingerprinting to disclose State and Federal Criminal records.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES
Ability to exercise independent, good judgement, ability to act quickly and remain calm in emergencies, communicates effectively in both verbal and written forms, comprehends and follow verbal or written orders/instruction. Ability to effectively communicate and interact with various types of people. Ability to perform tasks requiring physical endurance and agility under frequently adverse conditions. Performs work safely.
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE
High School diploma or equivalent, at least 18 years of age. No prior felony convictions or other crimes that would put the individual's credibility in question.
CERTIFICATIONS/LICENSES REQUIRED
Successful completion of the Local Corrections Officer Physical Ability Test (LCOPAT). Information on how to register, testing dates and locations is available at http://www.misctc.org/.
Successful completion of the Michigan Sheriff's Coordinating and Training Council (MSCTC) written examination. Information on the registration process, exam dates and locations is available at; http://www.empco.net/msa.

Must be able to pass a drug test screening for the use of illegal controlled substances.

Jail Administrator Brenda Ford
10/23/2020

Registered Nurse

Registered Nurse
At Villa, we are passionate about Making People Better and are looking for someone who shares that same passion.
Duties:
The Registered Nurse will prescribe and adhere to Villa’s philosophy of Making People Better by providing B.E.T.T.E.R. Service Excellence:
(B)e Welcoming to all
(E)stablish Relationships
(T)rust and Respect
(T)eamwork
(E)ngage and Communicate
(R)ecognize
As a Registered Nurse you will better the lives of others by providing nursing care through assessment, implementation, and evaluation of the plan of care.
Qualifications:
Hold a current, active RN licensure
Interested in joining the Villa family? Here’s what we offer:
Tuition Reimbursement
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Emergency Loan Program
401k with Discretionary Match
Advance Training in Clinical Care and Leadership
Medical, Dental, Vision & Life Insurance
Short & Long Term Disability
*Benefits may vary depending on full-time/part- time employee status and location. Please verify availability of benefits upon interviewing.
Location: Villa at the Bay : 1500 Spring St, Petoskey, MI 49770, USA
Ask us about our exciting sign on bonus!

Fraidy Moser | Recruiter Villa Healthcare | 3701 W. Lunt | Lincolnwood, IL 60712 m 248.327.4442 fmoser@villahc.com | http://www.villahc.com/ LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook
10/22/2020

Certified Nursing Assistant

Certified Nursing Assistant
At Villa, we are passionate about Making People Better and are looking for someone who shares that same passion.
Duties:
The Certified Nursing Assistant will prescribe and adhere to Villa’s philosophy of Making People Better by providing B.E.T.T.E.R. Service Excellence:
(B)e Welcoming to all
(E)stablish Relationships
(T)rust and Respect
(T)eamwork
(E)ngage and Communicate
(R)ecognize
As a Certified Nursing Assistant you will better the lives of others by assisting our guests with daily ADL’s. This includes showers, shaving, brushing teeth, hair care, and nail care. Must be able to ambulate and transfer residents, utilizing appropriate assistive devices and body mechanics.
Qualifications:
Current state certification
Graduated from an accredited CNA program
Interested in joining the Villa family? Here’s what we offer:
Tuition Reimbursement
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
Emergency Loan Program
401k with Discretionary Match
Advance Training in Clinical Care and Leadership
Medical, Dental, Vision & Life Insurance
Short & Long Term Disability
*Benefits may vary depending on full-time/part- time employee status and location. Please verify availability of benefits upon interviewing.
To learn more, visit www.villahc.com.
EOE
Ask about our exciting sign on bonus!
Location: Villa at the Bay - 1500 Spring St, Petoskey, MI 49770, USA

Fraidy Moser | Recruiter Villa Healthcare | 3701 W. Lunt | Lincolnwood, IL 60712 m 248.327.4442 fmoser@villahc.com | http://www.villahc.com/ LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook
10/22/2020

RN/LPN Rehab & Long Term Care

Bay Bluffs Emmet County Medical Care Facility

Come Join Our Family

Full time positions available with as full benefits package including:

Health Insurance complete with prescription, vision, and dental
Paid Holidays
Student Loan Repayment
Hiring Bonus
Employee Assistance Plan
Life Insurance
PTO
Retirement
Wellness Program
Education Assistance
Success Coach
Flexible scheduling
12 hour shift(with shift differential)

Apply Online at www.baybluffs.org

Jessica Berg 231-526-4406
10/16/2020

Otsego County Part-time Equalization Clerk

Under the supervision of the Equalization Director and Deputy Equalization Director, performs administrative, data entry and customer service support for the Equalization Department. Answers questions from the public related to parcels within the county in person or via telephone. Maintains and updates equalization property information in the software program and performs general secretarial and office functions.

High school diploma or equivalent and one year of experience in providing clerical and administrative support. The county, at its discretion, may consider an alternative combination of formal education and work experience. Michigan Vehicle Operator’s License.

Knowledge of the principles and practices of administrative support, office procedures, and records management. Ability to acquire skill in reviewing documents for accuracy, and researching information related to property ownership, deeds, surveying, and balancing receipts. Knowledge and skill in maintaining accurate electronic records and providing customer service.

For purposes of the Fair Labor Standards Act, this is a “non-exempt” position. This position is classified as non-union and eligible for some pro-rated County fringe benefits. Hours: 22.5 hours per week. Starting hourly rate: $12.60 per hour.

If you are interested in working for Otsego County, visit www.otsegocountymi.gov for a complete job description. Interested applicants should submit a resume and fully completed employment application on-line. Otsego County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

OTSEGO COUNTY, APPLY ONLINE www.otsegocountymi.gov
10/15/2020

FoodCorps/AmeriCorps Service Member

The application portal for a 2020-2021 FoodCorps/AmeriCorps Service Member for the Petoskey region, serving with Groundwork Center for Resilient Communities. Applications will only be accepted until 11:59 PM, Friday, October 16, 2020. For full consideration, candidates should submit their application - ASAP. The candidate must, at a minimum, serve 1,700 allowable hours beginning mid-October, 2020 for 11.5 months.

Who We Are
In order to successfully complete your term of service, you must, at a minimum, serve 1,700 allowable hours beginning mid-October, 2020 for 11.5 months.

FoodCorps is a nationwide team of AmeriCorps leaders that connects kids to real food and helps them grow up healthy. We do that by placing motivated leaders in limited-resource communities for a year of public service. Serving under the direction of local partner organizations, our service members focus on three areas of service:

· Hands-on learning: students grow, cook, and taste new foods, which builds their skills and changes in food preferences

· Healthy school meals: the cafeteria experience steers students towards the healthiest options and gets them excited to try new healthy foods

· Schoolwide culture of health: as a whole, the school community and environment – from hallways to classrooms to the cafeteria to grounds – celebrates healthy food. We measure our success in terms of changes in children, schools, and systems.

What We’re Looking For
• Passion for building a healthier future for schoolchildren

• Commitment to working hard in order to make a difference

• Demonstrated leadership ability

• Motivation to serve full-time in a limited resource community

• Perseverance in the face of challenges and creativity in finding solutions

• Respect for the diversity of opinion, experience, and background

• Experience working in or studying food systems, agriculture, public health, education, community organizing, or public service

• Experience working or volunteering in education, youth development, or other teaching settings

• Knowledge of the culture, history, and/or language of the communities we serve

• Desire to gain hands-on experience for your career

• Demonstrated ability or dedication to performing the activities listed below


To be considered for a FoodCorps service member position, you must:

• Be 18 years or older by the start of your service term

• Be a legal, permanent resident of the United States

• Hold a high school diploma, GED or equivalent

What You’ll Do
Service members work with schools, service site organizations and local communities to build healthy school food environments. They do this in a variety of ways:

Service members focus on teaching children in grades K-8 about food and nutrition in the classroom by developing and teaching lesson plans, integrating activities into subjects such as math, science and history, working with teachers and school administrators to increase food and nutrition education in curricula, and more.
Service members grow healthy food with students, teachers, and community members in school and community gardens, dynamic educational settings where kids can get their hands dirty and experience what they’re learning first-hand. While some service members expand/maintain already-existing school gardens, greenhouses, and hoop houses, others work to establish new gardens. Service members develop garden sustainability plans and recruit community volunteers to ensure that the projects they start last into the future.

Service members impact what's for lunch by sourcing food from local farms for cafeterias, promoting local foods through cafeteria taste tests, working with school food directors and staff to integrate healthier foods into breakfast, lunch and snack programs, and more.
Service members help build schoolwide cultures of health by working closely with teachers and school administrators, recruiting and training volunteers, organizing committees and running meetings, talking to press and public officials.

Service members spend time learning and participating in trainings, raising money to help support the local projects, and helping FoodCorps and schools assess the impact they are having.

What You’ll Gain
· $19,250 living stipend paid out in biweekly increments over your 11-month term

· $6,345 AmeriCorps Segal education award upon successful completion of your term of service, which can be used for additional schooling or to pay off student loans

· Student loan deferral or forbearance upon approval from your lender

· Health insurance if you aren't already covered

· If you have children, you might be eligible for childcare reimbursements

· Numerous training and professional development opportunities

· The experience of a lifetime!

For More Information

Contact FoodCorps Michigan Program Coordinator Quan Blunt - quan.blunt@foodcorps.org

quan.blunt@foodcorps.org
10/12/2020

Operations-Administrative Support Specialist

Citizens National Bank is seeking a full-time Operations-Administrative Support Specialist to join our Cheboygan team. This position is responsible for performing various clerical duties, providing first level IT assistance, answering multi-phone lines, and mail distribution. Employees in this position must have strong customer relations skills, communication, problem solving and analytical skills. Candidate must be dependable, adaptable, team player and have a positive attitude. Proficiency in Word, Excel, Outlook and general computer usage. Two year college degree in computer support or equivalent work experience preferred. High School Diploma required. Competitive compensation and full benefit package included.

Submit cover letter and resume to VP – Human Resources, Trisha Dobias, Citizens National Bank, 303 N. Main Street, Cheboygan, MI 49721 or email to dobiast@cnbismybank.com by Thursday, October 22, 2020. An Equal Opportunity Employer.
10/09/2020

Early Learners (Pre-k) Lead Teacher - Boyne City Public Schools

Qualifications:
A teaching certificate with a ZA or ZS endorsement, or a Bachelor Degree in Early Childhood Education is preferred, with a minimum requirement of an Associate Degree in Early Childhood.
Experience with children in a preschool setting is preferred, with a love and understanding of young children is required.
Prior experience working in a GSRP classroom is preferred.
Interested individuals should be energetic, positive, and able to communicate effectively with both young children and adults.
Be able to collaborate with other adults to maintain a successful program.

Reports to: Early Learners Director

Overview: Boyne City Public Schools has an opening within the Boyne City Education Center for a Lead Teacher in the Early Learners program 4-year-old room for the 2020-2021 school year. The Early Learners Program serves 3 and 4-year-old children.

Job Goal: The Early Learners Teacher agrees to perform the duties assigned in a competent and professional manner in accordance with the established policies and regulations of the Board of Education and the laws of the State.

Performance Responsibilities:
Development and presentation of learning materials and instructional exercises.
Assign appropriate duties to classroom assistant teachers in order to coordinate instructional efforts.
Present subject matter to students under the direction and guidance of the director.
Instruct and assist children individually or in small groups in order to help them master assignments and to reinforce learning concepts.
Use developmentally appropriate positive methods of discipline which encourage self-control, self-direction, self-esteem and cooperation.
Implement administrative policies and rules governing students.
Supervise students in classrooms, halls, playground, gymnasium, or on field trips.
Observe students’ performance, and record relevant data to assess progress.
Instruct and monitor students in the use and care of equipment and materials, in order to prevent injuries and damage.
Use instructional materials and equipment effectively.
Use technology as an instructional tool in the classroom.
Escort children to and from various locations.
Be aware and assist with medical and/or physical needs of students as directed.
Attend required activities and training to improve ability in performing job duties.
Maintain confidentiality
Other duties as assigned.

Terms of Employment:
Contract starts mid-December 2020-2021 school Year

Direct questions to:
Laurel Jewett
(231)439-8178
ljewett@boyne.k12.mi.us

Deadline: October 21, 2020 by 4:00 pm

How to Apply: Apply online only through the BCPS webpage
http://boynecity.cyberschool.com/custom/jobs.html

Laurel Jewett
10/05/2020

Preschool Head Start Classroom Aide

NMCAA is looking for a Head Start Classroom Aide. To promote school readiness by enhancing the social and cognitive development of children through the provision of educational, health, nutritional, social, and other services to enrolled children and families.

Flexible hours but typically Monday-Thursday 7:30-2:00, Fridays 8-11.

Use this link to apply online https://secure4.saashr.com/ta/6161884.careers?CareersSearch

Northwest Community Action Agency
Molly Notenbaum
Mnotenbaum@nmcaa.net
NMCAA Main Office
3963 Three Mile Rd.
Traverse City, MI 49686
(231) 947-3780
(800) 632-7334

mnotenbaum@nmcaa.net
10/04/2020

Retail Key Holder - Campus Den

Campus Den is partnering with TalentEi to hire smarter and faster. Please apply at http://bit.ly/RetailKeyHolderCampusDenHx2


A key holder is responsible for setting the company's selling standards and providing coaching and direction to Sales Associates. They oversee keeping the sales floor presentable and delegating daily tasks to Sales Associates. They will assist the Store Manager and Assistant Manager in operations, including, but not limited to, returns, transfers, loss prevention, merchandising, and customer service. A key holder will supervise all employees, oversee and run sales, and all operational functions in the absence of store management.

Responsibilities

Supervise employees to complete tasks and achieve goals in the absence of store management.
Ensure daily cleaning and replenishments.
Open and close the store following proper procedures.
Confirm that depost slips, spreadsheets, envelopes, and deposit bags are filled out correctly.
Run sales and use purchase of sales systems.
Maintain knowledge of current sales and promotions, policies, and security practices.
Ability to generate sales, add-on, and develop relationships with customers.
Compute sales prices, total purchases, and recieve and process cash and credit payments.
Physical Demands

Regularly required to use hands to handle and feel
Regularly required to stand, walk, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl
Regularly lift and/or move objects up to 50lbs
Benefits

AFLAC Supplemental Insurance
401(k) Retirement Plan
Life Insurance Plan
Flexible Scheduling
The employee will be notified once they have reached the eligibility requirements for the offered benefits.

Job Order Number: 17147824
Opportunity Type: Job
Position Location: Novi, MI
Opportunity Start Date 02/17/2020
Average Hours Per Week 20
Compensation Hourly | Based on experience

Campus Den is partnering with TalentEi to hire smarter and faster. Please apply at http://bit.ly/RetailKeyHolderCampusDenHx2
10/02/2020

PROJECT DIRECTOR - RETIRED SENIOR VOLUNTEER PROGRAM

Friendship Centers of Emmet County is seeking a Project Director to manage the Retired Senior Volunteer Program for Emmet and Charlevoix counties. The Project Director is responsible for complying with the standards and regulations of the RSVP national program, including annual grant-writing and reporting/analysis. Manage budget effectively. Work with local agencies and organizations to provide volunteer staff for their projects and ongoing work. Proactively seek out new agencies and organizations for RSVP support, and proactively seek out new seniors (age 55 and older) to volunteer for the program. Supervise part-time RSVP Coordinator. This is a public-facing position and requires poise and an outgoing, respectful and polished demeanor, including public speaking. Additionally, will be trained to counsel seniors on Medicare enrollment through the Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program.
Associate’s degree and/or prior work experience at managerial level helpful, but not required. Some experience supervising others very helpful. Strong verbal and written communication skills, computer skills, and social media skills required. Prior experience working with seniors very helpful. Some travel within the state is required. Must pass pre-employment criminal background check, have own reliable transportation, and maintain clean driving record. Must comply with all FCEC COVID-19 safety policies, including wearing appropriate personal protective equipment.
This is a full-time job, working Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Benefits include employer-paid health insurance for employee, employer-matched SIMPLE IRA retirement plan, and paid time off.

Apply by sending your resume to deborah@emmetcoa.org. FCEC is an equal opportunity employer.
10/02/2020

MEALS ON WHEELS DRIVER – ON-CALL POSITION

Friendly and reliable individual desired to deliver meals to seniors in their homes in Emmet County. Job entails assisting with meal assembly, delivery throughout Emmet County, and occasionally running commercial dishwasher. Will work on an occasional, on-call basis as a back-up driver when other drivers are not available. When driving, schedule will be any day or days Monday through Friday, 8:30 to approximately 2:30, or when route is finished for the day. Vehicle provided. No nights or weekend work. Must maintain good driving record and be comfortable driving in all weather and road conditions. Must pass criminal background check. Must comply with FCEC’s COVID-19 safety procedures, including wearing of personal protective equipment. We are an equal opportunity employer.

Email us your resume at deborah@emmetcoa.org.
10/02/2020

MEALS ON WHEELS DRIVER – ON-CALL POSITION

Friendly and reliable individual desired to deliver meals to seniors in their homes in Emmet County. Job entails assisting with meal assembly, delivery throughout Emmet County, and occasionally running commercial dishwasher. Will work on an occasional, on-call basis as a back-up driver when other drivers are not available. When driving, schedule will be any day or days Monday through Friday, 8:30 to approximately 2:30, or when route is finished for the day. Vehicle provided. No nights or weekend work. Must maintain good driving record and be comfortable driving in all weather and road conditions. Must pass criminal background check. Must comply with FCEC’s COVID-19 safety procedures, including wearing of personal protective equipment. We are an equal opportunity employer.

Email us your resume at deborah@emmetcoa.org.
10/02/2020

Preschool Assistant Needed- Harbor Light Christian School

Harbor Light Christian School is seeking a part-time, loving individual to work in our preschool program! The current shift is three days and a total of 9-16 hours per week. However, an increase in hours and days may be an option later in the school year.
It is preferred but not required that candidates have experience in a childcare setting. Candidates must have excellent communication skills, be team-oriented, and exhibit professionalism.

General Qualification; The applicant should...
-Be a mature, sincere Christ-follower, who feels called to work with children.
-Be an active member of a Bible-believing church.
-Warmly communicate and partner with other teachers, administrators, and parents to ensure student success through teamwork and shared wisdom.
-Cooperate with the administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.
-Assist in maintaining a clean, attractive, well-ordered classroom.
-Contribute to the general improvement of the school program and mission advancement.
-Model a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ in speech, actions, attitudes.
-Set an example of the importance of prayer, Bible study, witnessing, and unity in Christian fellowship.
-Follows the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with students, parents, administration, and staff.
-Model flexibility. Harbor Light is a pre-k-12 self-contained school with many variables changing our daily routine. Staff at HLCS are a team, and as such can be called upon to assist in various areas of the building when needed.

Harbor Light Christian School has the mission of “Preparing next-generation leaders for Christ.” Our calling is not to simply educate the child’s mind, but to help build their Christian character. Are you ready to join our team?

Kelly Dutcher, Administrator kdutcher@harborlight.org 231-347-7859

Preschool Assistant Needed- Harbor Light Christian School

Harbor Light Christian School is seeking a part-time, loving individual to work in our preschool program! The current shift is three days and a total of 9-16 hours per week. However, an increase in hours and days may be an option later in the school year.
It is preferred but not required that candidates have experience in a childcare setting. Candidates must have excellent communication skills, be team-oriented, and exhibit professionalism.

General Qualification; The applicant should...
-Be a mature, sincere Christ-follower, who feels called to work with children.
-Be an active member of a Bible-believing church.
-Warmly communicate and partner with other teachers, administrators, and parents to ensure student success through teamwork and shared wisdom.
-Cooperate with the administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.
-Assist in maintaining a clean, attractive, well-ordered classroom.
-Contribute to the general improvement of the school program and mission advancement.
-Model a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ in speech, actions, attitudes.
-Set an example of the importance of prayer, Bible study, witnessing, and unity in Christian fellowship.
-Follows the Matthew 18 principle in dealing with students, parents, administration, and staff.
-Model flexibility. Harbor Light is a pre-k-12 self-contained school with many variables changing our daily routine. Staff at HLCS are a team, and as such can be called upon to assist in various areas of the building when needed.

Harbor Light Christian School has the mission of “Preparing next-generation leaders for Christ.” Our calling is not to simply educate the child’s mind, but to help build their Christian character. Are you ready to join our team?

Kelly Dutcher, Administrator kdutcher@harborlight.org 231-347-7859

Preschool Assistant Needed

Harbor Light Christian School is seeking a part-time, loving individual to work in our preschool program! The current shift is three days and a total of 9-16 hours per week. However, an increase in hours and days may be an option later in the school year.
It is preferred but not required that candidates have experience in a childcare setting. Candidates must have excellent communication skills, be team-oriented, and exhibit professionalism.

General Qualification; The applicant should...
Be a mature, sincere Christ-follower, who feels called to work with children.
Be an active member of a Bible-believing church.
Warmly communicate and partner with other teachers, administrators, and parents to ensure student success through teamwork and shared wisdom.
Cooperate with the administration in implementing all policies, procedures, and directives governing the operation of the school.
Assist in maintaining a clean, attractive, well-ordered classroom.
Contribute to the general improvement of the school program and mission advancement.
Model a consistent daily walk with Jesus Christ in speech, actions, attitudes.
Set an example of the importance of prayer, Bible study, witnessing, and unity in Christian fellowship.
Follows Matthew 18 principle in dealing with students, parents, administration, and staff.
Model flexibility. Harbor Light is a pre-k-12 self-contained school with many variables changing our daily routine. Staff at HLCS are a team, and as such can be called upon to assist in various areas of the building when needed.

Harbor Light Christian School has the mission of “Preparing next-generation leaders for Christ.” Our calling is not to simply educate the child’s mind, but to help build their Christian character. Are you ready to join our team?

Kelly Dutcher, Administrator kdutcher@harborlight.org 231-347-7859

Library Assistant

The Crooked Tree District Library has an immediate opening for a Library Assistant at our main library located in Walloon Lake. Primary responsibilities include all functions associated with circulation services in order to maintain the smooth functioning of the Library. Other activities include assisting Director and staff with children’s programming including Story Time and the Summer Reading Program.

As a representative of the Library, the successful candidate must have strong interpersonal skills, a strong aptitude for technology and a willingness to work a flexible schedule with limited supervision. Previous experience working in a library or educational setting is preferred. This position requires evening and weekend hours.

Hourly Rate
$12.00 per hour (monthly payroll)

To Apply
Please e-mail (1) resume, (2) cover letter and (3) completed Crooked Tree District Library application to:

walloon@crookedtreelibrary.com
Attn: Karen Walker, Director

No walk-ins or phone calls please

All applications for employment must be made on the Crooked Tree District Library application form and completed in full. Resumes will not be accepted or evaluated in lieu of application.

For further details visit our website at https://crookedtree.ploud.net/employment-opportunities-1

APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED UNTIL POSITION IS FILLED

Hospitality Aide - CNA Apprenticeship

The Villa at the Bay is hiring and training individuals to become Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) who desire a fulfilling career, caring for others!
BE THE ONE! We are looking for bright, enthusiastic individuals with top notch hospitality skills. The successful candidates will be a hands-on, self-starter, proactive, able to solve problems, and address all Resident and Family concerns. We’re Villa, and we make people better. It’s our philosophy and way of life. Our goal is to never settle on behalf of our guests, their families, and our staff – in short, our people. We push the boundaries of our industry standards, by striving to better the lives of all people we come across and by always doing more than what is expected. Everything we do is rooted in making people better by always being better ourselves. Of course, we’re focused on quality care and good outcomes. But we’re here to do so much more. Villa’s leadership has a vision of rising above the status quo—of never settling, and of shattering the old image of this industry. We’ve always wanted to be a part of something greater, and we’re making that a reality. Our commitment to our people, our environment and clinical programs will allow us to fulfill our mission of making people better. Our employees supplement their clinical expertise with passion and a willingness to exceed expectations, every time. Work can be fun when you feel you’re a part of something bigger, and the members of our Villa family illustrate this daily. As a team, we commit to being BETTER: We are committed to positive employee engagement through team work & recognition, resulting in an increase in positive clinical outcomes through communication and respect. Some Job Functions Include:
Paid training hours – Get paid to learn!
Enjoy a great team based working environment
Break into the Healthcare Industry – Excellent Advancement Opportunities
Great healthcare benefits, paid time off and 401K
Assists with admission, discharges and room changes.
Helps out in the Dining Rooms.
Serves snacks and beverages to the residents.
Stocks linen, supplies and hostess stations.
Assists with laundry.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Participates in, in-service training.
Are you THE ONE who:
Cares about people and wants to make them better?
Is Respectful of others?
Is customer service orientated?
Communicates well?
Presents a polished, professional image?
Wants to be a part of a family?
If you can step up and provide our guests their best possible Villa experience, you will be rewarded as follows:
Competitive wages
Health, Dental and Vision benefits
Vacation/Holiday/Sick time
And a lot more
We look forward to talking to you about your passion for pampering all of our guests, and the many career growth opportunities that Villa provides.
www.villahc.com
Equal Employment Opportunity Employer
Location: Villa at the Bay - 1500 Spring St, Petoskey, MI 49770, USA

Fraidy Moser | Recruiter Villa Healthcare | 3701 W. Lunt | Lincolnwood, IL 60712 m 248.327.4442 fmoser@villahc.com | http://www.villahc.com/ LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook

LPN Shift Supervisor

The LPN Shift Supervisor is a key associate at Hope Network whose primary responsibilities include: The overall purpose is to assist the Program Manager and/or Program Nurse-LPN in the operation of the program.  This includes assisting in scheduling, orientation, communication, monitoring operation of the medication administration and direct client health care of program residents.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
This is not intended to be an exhaustive listing of job functions.  This job description is in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by this employee.  The employee is required to follow any other instructions and to perform any other duties as assigned by management.

1. Regular and predictable attendance is an essential requirement of this position.
2. Dispense, monitor and evaluate client medications.  Provide guidance and direction to staff in the dispersion of medications.

3. Procure all medications and supplies necessary to adequately stock the med room.

4. Review all new med sheets on the first of each month, comparing to previous med sheets for accuracy.

5. Sort and put away all cycle meds monthly.

6. Take and transcribe doctor’s orders as needed.

7. Monitor and treat chronic and emergency medical conditions and illnesses within the advisement of affiliate physicians.

8. Act as general consultant on medical and health related issues.

9. Coordinate and implement infection control procedures and other quality assurance procedures to protect clients, staff, and their associates.

10. Document medical treatment and health status in individual records for continuity of care and treatment team reference per regulatory standards.

11. Provide leadership, support, and direction to staff to facilitate communication, problem solving, program development, and orientation of new residents.

12. Supervise residents directly or is aware of general whereabouts of residents (depending upon assessed level of independence) as needed.

13. Participate in the development of and implements individual treatment programs for residents.
a. Provides observational data information for evaluation and treatment planning purposes.
b. Communicates with supervisor and designated clinical staff regarding resident and program issues.
c. Provides on-call services where applicable.

14. Supervise and/or provides hands-on assistance in residents' activities of daily living and self-care tasks.

15. Ability to travel to and within program homes and other programs as assigned.

16. Intervene in crisis situations using approved methods promoting the safety of all residents.

17. Follow general safety practices performing tasks necessary for the safe operation of the program.  Enforces safety guidelines for residents.  Reports any unsafe conditions and/or any need for repairs to supervisor. 

18. Complete duties and assignments as outlined in staff manual or shift responsibilities list.

19. Successfully complete all required trainings. Attend other training or in-services as assigned by supervisor.

20. Participate in the orientation and training of new staff members, and student training programs.

21. Ensure medical compliance with all regulatory bodies (i.e. OSHA, licensing, CARF, etc.).

22. Communicate relevant medical issues with staff and program management.

23. Participate in the on-call rotation as defined by the specific program.
Educational / Talent Requirements:
1. Degree or diploma as required for licensure as a licensed practical nurse with experience in providing medical services in a residential setting required.
2. Talent/Skill set required: Current and valid professional license as a licensed practical nurse required.
3. Talent/Skill set required: Demonstrated leadership skills required.
4. Talent/Skill set required: Demonstrated ability to communicate in both written and verbal formats to meet position responsibilities.
5. Talent/Skill set required: Ability to interact with staff and clients of diverse populations required.
6. Current driver's license with acceptable driving record according to Hope Network policy.



Work Experience Requirements:
1. Minimum of one (1) year experience in a residential setting.

sdwars@hopenetwork.org