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Front Desk Agent

CLICK HERE TO APPLY: https://careers-boyneresorts.icims.com/jobs/7713/front-desk-agent/job

Overview
Inn at Bay Harbor is a Marriott Autograph Collection Hotel nestled on the shoreline of Lake Michigan. It is a place and experience that is Exactly Like Nothing Else.

This is a full-time position. The Front Desk Agent will be responsible for handling front office reception and administration duties. This includes, but is not limited to: warmly greeting each and every guest and colleague, answering phones, handling company inquiries, completing guest registration and room assignment, as well as cashier work. Candidate must possess ability to handle a variety of tasks/requests at one time, and the ability to deal with a diverse set of individuals. Patience and politeness is key.

Responsibilities
Welcome, greet, and make guests feel comfortable and valued for the duration of their visit
Properly perform check-in/check-out procedures in regards to guest accounts
Keep accurate account of monies in cash drawer
Answer phones
Respond promptly and courteously to any guest request
Keep professional attitude and demeanor during all guest interactions
Demonstrate a working knowledge of resort services/functions and community events, including details such as: dates/times/locations
Qualifications
Must be available weekends, weeknights, and holidays



Applicants must be 18 years old



Long periods of standing required



Computer skills are mandatory



Inn at Bay Harbor Team Members and their eligible family members are provided with a benefit package like no other. Working here gives you access to both Boyne Resorts and Marriott team discounts. Simply put, you get the best of both worlds.

Mindy Dempsey, Director of Front Office, 231-439-4045, mindy.dempsey@innatbayharbor.com
08/07/2020

Yard Hand - Harbor Springs - Preston Feather Building Centers

Preston Feather Building Centers of northwest Michigan provides lumber and building materials to professional builders and their homeowners. We are a customer service driven organization and currently have a staff of over 100, operating from four Michigan locations. We are an industry leader currently seeking the right candidate to help serve our building and remodeling contractors and their homeowners.

1. Job Duties & Responsibilities:
a. Provide excellent customer service to customers who are picking up materials
b. Unload, receive and store materials delivered to Preston Feather
c. Build & stage loads consisting of lumber and other building products
d. Maintain good housekeeping and maintenance of the lumber yard
e. Occasionally deliver materials in a small truck

2. Job Requirements and Preferences:
a. Minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent
b. Chauffeur's License is preferred
c. 1-2 years of shipping and receiving experience
d. Must have a clean driving record and ability to pass a pre-employment drug screen
e. Communication skills, interpersonal skills, and computer abilities are required to be successful.

For questions, please contact Jordan Olivo or Lori Lunger at HR@prestonfeather.com. To apply, visit our website at www.prestonfeather.com/careers
08/06/2020

Lead Customer Service Yard Specialist – Harbor Springs, MI - Preston Feather Building Centers

Preston Feather Building Centers of Northwest Michigan provides lumber and building materials to professional builders and their homeowners. We are a customer service driven organization and currently have a staff of over 100, operating from four Michigan locations. We are an industry leader currently seeking the right candidate to help serve our building and remodeling contractors and their homeowners.

The Lead Customer Service Yard Specialist position is front-line Customer Service with customers both in the work area and on the job site.

Essential Duties:
1) Effective Communication with coworkers, vendors and customers in order to safely/efficiently fulfill orders on time, and maintain relationships.
2) Exceptional Customer Service when assisting customers. Safely/efficiently loading product on site, deliver product to job sites, and handling returns
3) Manage Inventory:
a. Receive and store material from vendors safely/promptly
b. Know our products and where they are located in order to keep the yard running safely/efficiently.
c. Perform cycle counts, culling/adjustments
d. Picking and staging orders
e. Ensure material is of highest quality
4) Maintain safety and housekeeping of lumber yard and company equipment
5) Be able to handle the physical requirements of the job. (e.g.: Move large and heavy construction material).
6) Be able to learn and navigate the company’s technology:
a. Spruce Point of Sale System
b. Scanning equipment
c. Microsoft office and e-mail
Requirements:
1) Minimum high school diploma/equivalent
2) Current CDL and clean driving record
3) Ability to pass pre-employment drug screen
4) Formal leadership experience preferred

For questions, please contact Jordan Olivo or Lori Lunger at HR@prestonfeather.com. To apply, visit our website at www.prestonfeather.com/careers
08/06/2020

Corrections Officer

CORRECTIONS OFFICER
Department: Sheriff's Department
Categories: Jail, Sheriff's Department
Supervised By: Jail Administrator

Supervises: No supervisory responsibility

Position Summary:

Under the supervision of the Jail Administrator, is responsible for the supervision, care, custody, control, safety/security and physical restraint, as necessary, of inmates in the Otsego County Jail. Participates in inmate services and programming, food service staffing and jail supervision.

Essential Job Functions:

An employee in this position may be called upon to do any or all of the following essential functions. These examples do not include all of the duties, which the employee may be expected to perform. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily.

Processes inmates through booking and release procedures, including obtaining finger prints and mug shots, gathering medical information, placing inmates in cells, checking database for outstanding warrants, logging charges into computer, pulling warrants and/or other related activities.
Manages day-to-day inmate activities including performing head counts, compiling meal counts, performing inmate orientations, collecting and issuing clothing, administering testing, distributing medications, issuing food, distributing mail, disseminating commissary orders and performing other related activities. Supervises operation of the jail-related programs.
Performs facility controls, which involve logging activities into computer, monitoring high-risk inmates, monitoring camera systems, logging individuals entering and leaving the facility, reviewing reports and performing related activities.
Conducts random drug testing and daily preliminary breath tests. Administers medications and provides general health care.
Completes weekly status report and disseminates to appropriate staff.
Monitors and maintains appropriate levels of supplies and materials in support of jail operations and activities.
Maintains open communication with fellow officers and supervisors, and follows all policies and procedures of the Sheriff’s Department, including the general policing philosophy of the Sheriff. Reads and remains current on Department of Corrections, federal and state laws relating to jails.
Makes periodic patrols of quarters and initiates counts of inmates at regular and irregular intervals. Conducts thorough searches of inmates and cell areas. Checks inmates for possible contraband. Maintains periodic patrol to ensure security and integrity of the jail. Maintains control and discipline including use of physical restraint and restraining devices.
Monitors, supervises and screens inmate visitor traffic.
Operates communications equipment in the control room.
Maintains proper security of inmates being transported; ensures that all transportation permits are completed accurately and signed by the appropriate authority and institutes proper restraints as appropriate for inmate’s custody classification.
Maintains and/or directs the maintenance of appropriate inmate records and reports for the Department of Corrections as required by the Otsego County Jail.
Interacts with the general public, court personnel, other agencies, inmates and their families in a courteous, professional and competent manner.
Answers and makes calls for the jail operation.
Performs other duties as directed.
Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Minimum Qualifications:

The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills, abilities and minimum qualifications necessary to perform the essential functions of the position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the job.

Requirements include the following:

High school diploma or equivalent supplemented by college training in law enforcement, criminal justice, corrections or a related field. Additional related experience may substitute for the college requirement if there is demonstrated knowledge, ability and skills to perform the work.
The county, at its discretion, may consider an alternative combination of formal education and work experience.
Michigan Vehicle Operator’s License.
Michigan Corrections Officer Training Certification (MCOTC). Prior to hire, must have a passing score on the EMPCO written test for local corrections officer candidates as recognized and approved by the Michigan Sheriffs’ Coordinating and Training Council (MSCTC), currently effective. Prior to hire, must also have a passing score on the physical abilities test for local corrections officer candidates as recognized and approved by MSCTS, currently effective.
Certification in CPR and First Aid required following employment. Must not have been convicted of a felony or crime that might question the person’s credibility.
Must be a minimum of 21 years of age.
Must successfully complete the employment screening process, which may include written and oral evaluations, psychological and physical screening, as well as a complete background investigation.
Must be in good health and able to perform the necessary duties, including ability to pursue, apprehend, restrain and control inmates and to manage the prevention of inmate assaults.
May be required to successfully complete a physical readiness test yearly, per contract requirements.
Will be required to successfully complete both the Basic Correctional Officer Training Program and the Michigan Breathalyzer Training Program after employment with the department.
Must complete a one-year probationary period.
Thorough knowledge of state, federal, and local laws and ordinances governing limitations on police authority.
Substantial knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques of modern police science to establish and maintain effective law enforcement operations governing the care and custody of inmates.
Skill in the operation of surveillance and communication equipment, firearms, breathalyzers, chemical sprays, and restraints and other implements used in the line of duty.
Skill in assembling and analyzing data and preparing comprehensive and accurate reports.
Skill in effectively communicating ideas and concepts orally and in writing.
Ability to establish effective working relationships and use good judgment, initiative and resourcefulness when dealing with county employees, contractors to the county, representatives of other governmental units, professional contacts, elected officials, prisoners and families and the public.
Skill in the use of office equipment and technology, including Microsoft Suite applications, database use and the ability to learn new software programs applicable to the position.
Ability to work non-traditional shifts and schedules.
Ability to respond to emergencies or service needs on a 24-hour basis.
Physical Demands and Work Environment:

The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the employee’s environment can range from an office setting to highly dangerous law enforcement situations. Physical demands, therefore, range from sitting in an office to exercising the strength, mobility, dexterity and stamina associated with securing an unruly prisoner. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to communicate with others on the telephone, on the radio and in person. The employee is required to stand, walk, talk and hear. The employee is regularly required to use sight to view documents and assess jail status, and must regularly travel to other locations in the jail facility. Though applicable safety procedures are documented and utilized, the incumbent may be exposed to unsanitary or unhygienic materials, individuals and situations in the course of performing required duties. The employee may occasionally be exposed to outside weather conditions and dangerous situations prisoner interactions. The noise level in the work environment can range from quiet in the office to very loud in the jail.

https://www.otsegocountymi.gov/general-information/employment-opportunities/
08/05/2020

Middle School Paraprofessional Position

Boyne City Public Schools has an opening for Middle School Paraprofessional, Monday through Friday, 5 hours each day for the 2020-2021 school year.

Persons interested must be able to demonstrate or show evidence of quality experiences with middle school-aged students. Successful candidates must exhibit strong organizational skills and the ability to communicate effectively with the various populations they will be working with.

We are looking for persons with:

An associate’s degree or two years of study at an institution of higher education and the ability to meet the State of Michigan “Highly Qualified” Paraprofessional requirements
Experience working with children, patience and strong general knowledge in the areas of language arts and math
Ability to work under the supervision of a teacher, to show initiative when appropriate, and to direct small group work sessions

Please direct questions to Mike Wilson, Middle School Principal at 231.439.8230.

Submission deadline is August 18, 2020

Persons interested in this position should go to http://boynecity.cyberschool.com/custom/jobs.html and submit an application online only.

Mike Wilson, Middle School Principal at 231.439.8230 or mwilson@boyne.k12.mi.us
08/04/2020

Youth Development Staff

The YMCA of Northern Michigan is looking for fun, friendly, energetic people to join the Youth Development Staff team. Youth Development Staff Members have flexible scheduling options providing the opportunity to work around your class schedule while also providing occasional full time opportunities.

Responsibilities include supervising children, leading physical activity, serving snack, homework help, parent communication, following a schedule and being dependable.

Pay is between $10 & $12 per hour.

If you have questions please email Alison Lum at alison@gtbayymca.org or call the YNM Office at 231-348-8393. To apply go to http://www.gtbayymca.org/join-our-team/ and select Youth Development Staff under the YMCA of Northern Michigan section.

alison@gtbayymca.org
08/03/2020

Home Care Nursing Position

Part time in-home nursing position open in Petoskey. Great opportunity for medically oriented student. Conveniently close to the campus. Preferred some experience but willing to train the right individual. 15-20 hours a week on afternoon shifts with occasional morning shifts.

Nancy Sando
08/02/2020

Home Care Nursing Position

Part time in-home nursing position open in Petoskey. Great opportunity for medically oriented student. Conveniently close to the campus. Preferred some experience but willing to train the right individual. 15-20 hours a week on afternoon shifts with occasional morning shifts.

Nancy Sando nasando@chartermi.net
08/02/2020

Kilwins Retail Team Member

Kilwins Chocolates Kitchen is hiring cheerful team members to create enjoyment and make people happy. Year-round hours available. Flexible scheduling around classes. If you like doing your best, treating others as you’d like to be treated, and having fun, apply to join the Kilwins team!
Requirements: Must have ability to provide outstanding customer service and take pride in producing quality products. Chocolate and ice cream cravings don’t follow normal schedules, so availability to work nights, weekends, and holidays is required.
Send an email with your interest or drop by our store located at 1050 Bay View Rd to complete an application.

Nate Holmes, careers@kilwinsfranchise.com
08/01/2020

Office & Bookkeeping Assistant

Part time office assistant needed at busy CPA office. We are looking for an individual to work approximately 16 hours a week, year round. This person needs to be organized and dependable with good phone skills and able to perform general office and bookkeeping functions. QuickBooks knowledge is preferred but will train. Please send resume to: Markiewicz & Co LLC, c/o Tracy, 101 Greenwood Rd, Unit 1, Petoskey, MI 49770 or tracy@markiewiczcpa.com

Tracy Conti
07/30/2020

Operations Controller

JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for the successful overall direction, administration and coordination of all activities of the Cage and Count in accordance with the mission and objectives of the Enterprise and all established policies, procedures and controls of the Enterprise.

PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Ensures the integrity of all financial data produced by employees under their span of control.
• Monitors all financial activities on property, which relate to the Cage, Count and Vault, to ensure that all applicable laws, rules, regulations and controls of the Gaming Commission, Enterprise and federal and state tax commissions are enforced throughout the property.
• Maintains and fine-tunes Cage and Count policies and procedures.
• Ensures all staff is properly trained in Title 31 and other necessary compliance areas.
• Provides oversight of the Cage and Count Team; monitors workloads and appropriate levels of guest service. Ensures that day-to-day operational duties of the cage and count function are completed in a timely, accurate, and professional manner.
• Assists with the development of Cage and Count operating budgets and ensures that operations are maintained within budgetary constraints.
• Ensures compliance with all appropriate Tribal, federal, state and local laws and Tribal Minimum Internal Control Standards (MICS) regulations, as applicable.
• Has authority to hire, terminate, promote, demote, transfer, provide training opportunities, recommend merit increases, evaluate performance, create and adjust performance standards, create and/or delegate staff scheduling, invoke disciplinary action and provide for the fair and equitable treatment of all Cage and Count Team Members.
• Performs all other duties as assigned within the scope of work.

System Access: Attendance Counts, E-Time, Global Payments, Inc., Konami, Microsoft Office Suite, NRT Kiosk System, and Traka

Upholds Odawa Casino Mission statement in all aspects of position: Mission:
We create excitement and memories.

Values:

We create a culture that provides:

1. A fun, rewarding, safe, and consistent environment for our Team Members.

2. A warm reception, welcoming environment, and friendly atmosphere.
3. An optimal entertainment experience through exceptional service.
4. Support for the Waganakising Odawak values through Wisdom, Love, Respect, Bravery, Honesty, Humility, and Truth.
5. A contribution and connection to the community.

Preference: Applies to Native Americans in accordance with applicable tribal law. Minimum Qualifications:
• Associates Degree in related field and two (2) years of supervisory experience in Cage and Count within a gaming environment.
• Must have a minimum of four (4) years total of supervisory experience.
• Must be at least 18 years old.
• Excellent organizational and communication skills.
• Must possess demonstrated interpersonal skills and be self-motivated and detail oriented.
• Able to work various shifts including nights, holidays and weekends.
• You may be required to pass a skills assessment test to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications of the position.
• Exposure to loud and continual noise levels, a smoke filled environment.
• Must be familiar with computer applications including Word and Excel.
• Must be able to obtain a gaming license in accordance to the regulations established by the LTBB Gaming Regulatory Commission, and be able to serve in the position under any other applicable law.
• Must maintain confidentiality at all times.

A Team Member who resigns with proper notice may apply for rehire after 3 months from the effective date of their termination.

A Team Member who has their employment terminated by any gaming facility or who resigns without proper notice may be eligible for rehire subject to the following schedule:
• 1st occurrence must wait 6 months from the effective date of termination or resignation without proper notice
• 2nd occurrence must wait one year from the most recent effective date of termination or resignation without proper notice
• Any occurrence beyond the 2nd must wait three years from the most recent effective date of termination or resignation without proper notice

Please note that occurrences do not reset regardless of length of time between them.

A Team Member whose employment is terminated as a result of not being able to return to work upon exhaustion of the Fair Employment Leave will be eligible for rehire without a waiting period once they have been released back to work by a qualified physician.

A Seasonal Team Member whose employment is terminated will be eligible for rehire without a waiting period if they successfully complete their most recent seasonal employment.

Must not be currently on a Security Ban from Odawa Casino during the time of application.

To apply for any Dual Rate positions the applicant must be currently employed and in good standing with OCR.

www.odawacasino.com/careers
07/29/2020

Accounting Generalist

JOB SUMMARY: The Accounting Generalist will be responsible for a variety of basic to moderately complex tasks related to the Accounting Department, including but not limited to assisting AP, AR, and payroll, account reconciliation, and monthly/annual close in accordance with Odawa Casino policies, and procedures.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Assists other Accounting Department positions, as assigned by the Financial Controller in brief instances or as normal duties
• Assists with accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll processing, and month-end inventory count.
• Assists with general ledger account reconciliations
• Responsible for daily banking tacking and transaction entry.
• Responsible for W-2G and 1042S tax withholding tracking and submission, including annual tax form completion.
• Responsible for 1099 tracking and reporting, and ensures accurate W-9 forms are kept on file for vendors
• Participate in the month-end closing process
• Prepare journal entries for review
• Prepare cage deposits
• Maintains records through filing, retrieval, retention, storage, coding, and updating
• Other office duties as assigned.

System Access: Microsoft Dynamics – Great Plains, Integration Manager, Management Reporter, InfoGenesis, VisualOne, Smart Client (Doc-Link), QuickBooks, FoodTrak, Vip Lightspeed (Global Payments), Fixed Asset CS, E-Time, Tax Form Preparation Software, Microsoft Office Suite, and Adobe Acrobat

Upholds Odawa Casino Mission statement in all aspects of position: Mission:

We create excitement and memories.

Values:

We create a culture that provides:

1. A fun, rewarding, safe, and consistent environment for our Team Members.
2. A warm reception, welcoming environment, and friendly atmosphere.
3. An optimal entertainment experience through exceptional service.
4. Support for the Waganakising Odawak values through Wisdom, Love, Respect, Bravery, Honesty, Humility, and Truth.
5. A contribution and connection to the community.

Preference: Applies to Native Americans in accordance with applicable tribal law.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

• Associates Degrees (emphasis in accounting), and 1 year related experience, or
• Accounting Certificate, and 3 years’ related experience, or
• No college education and 5 year’s related experience.

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS:

• Must be at least 18 years old.
• Demonstrated ability to operate a 10-key.
• Excellent organization and communication skills: both written and verbal.
• Must be proficient with internet/e-mail, Microsoft Windows, Word, and Excel.
• Requires use of hands, wrists and fingers associated with computer usage.
• Normal office environment.
• You may be required to pass a skills assessment test to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications of the position.
• Exposure to loud and continual noise levels and a smoke filled environment.
• Key competencies must include attention to detail, accuracy and meeting critical deadlines.
• Must be task oriented, have good judgment and problem solving skills.
• Must be able to work in stressful situations and be able to analyze problems.
• Must be able to obtain a gaming license in accordance to the regulations established by the LTBB Gaming Regulatory Commission , and be able to serve in the position under any other applicable law.
• Must maintain confidentiality at all times.

A Team Member who resigns with proper notice may apply for rehire after 3 months from the effective date of their termination.

A Team Member who has their employment terminated by any gaming facility or who resigns without proper notice may be eligible for rehire subject to the following schedule:
• 1st occurrence must wait 6 months from the effective date of termination or resignation without proper notice
• 2nd occurrence must wait one year from the most recent effective date of termination or resignation without proper notice
• Any occurrence beyond the 2nd must wait three years from the most recent effective date of termination or resignation without proper notice

Please note that occurrences do not reset regardless of length of time between them.

A Team Member whose employment is terminated as a result of not being able to return to work upon exhaustion of the Fair Employment Leave will be eligible for rehire without a waiting period once they have been released back to work by a qualified physician.

A Seasonal Team Member whose employment is terminated will be eligible for rehire without a waiting period if they successfully complete their most recent seasonal employment.

Must not be currently on a Security Ban from Odawa Casino during the time of application.

To apply for any Dual Rate positions the applicant must be currently employed and in good standing with OCR.

www.odawacasino.com/careers
07/29/2020

Bartender

JOB SUMMARY: The Bartender will provide upbeat and positive friendly, excellent service to every customer who approaches the bar while preparing and pouring drinks for customers and beverage servers in the casino.

PRIMARY DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Smiles and makes eye contact, greets, welcomes and invites our guests back.
• Anticipates the needs and wants of our guests.
• Uses product knowledge to up-sell and suggestive sell.
• Prepares drinks with proper portions and ingredients.
• Keeps a neat and clean environment at all times and abides by all health codes.
• Operates POS (Point of Sale) system, handling all beverage sale transactions.
• Operates liquor dispensing system as required or utilizes pour measuring device.
• Maintains respectful control over guests at all times and assists management by informing them of guest complaints.
• Ability to monitor guest consumption and respond according to TIPS training.
• Keeps the bar area stocked, cleaned and ready for guests at all times.
• Operates a cash register, rings in proper amounts and gives guests correct change. Accounts for all cash, charge and hosted sales and maintains integrity of all financial controls and responsibilities.
• Attends to wait staff needing service at the bar in a quick and efficient manner.
• Arranges bottles and glasses to make attractive display.
• Replenishes bar snacks such as chips, pretzels and nuts.
• Replenishes supplies/cups, spears, napkins, and ice.
• Maintains inventory control.
• Completes any side-work, set-up or closing duties as assigned.
• Attends all meetings and/or training sessions as required.
• Maintains grooming and appearance according to specified Grooming and appearance policies.
• Performs all other assigned duties within the scope of work.

Upholds Odawa Casino Mission statement in all aspects of position: Mission:
We create excitement and memories.

Values:

We create a culture that provides:

1. A fun, rewarding, safe, and consistent environment for our Team Members.
2. A warm reception, welcoming environment, and friendly atmosphere.
3. An optimal entertainment experience through exceptional service.
4. Support for the Waganakising Odawak values through Wisdom, Love, Respect, Bravery, Honesty, Humility, and Truth.
5. A contribution and connection to the community.

Preference: Applies to Native Americans in accordance with applicable tribal law.

Minimum Qualifications:

• Must be at least 18 years old.
• Ability to read, write legibly, understand and speak English.
• Two (2) years bartending or working in the service industry or a combination of education experience. Knowledge of Micros and bar equipment.
• Must be able to anticipate customer needs, and expectations.
• Flexibility with available shifts and days off preferred (shifts often include nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as needed).
• Responsible for following established departmental procedures and all applicable laws and show responsibility by practicing methods that were taught through our TIPS program.
• Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs.
• Must be able to bend, kneel and reach.
• Must be able to be on feet for long periods of time.
• Ensures accuracy when counting down cash registers.
• You may be required to pass a skills assessment test to determine if you meet the minimum qualifications of the position.
• Must be able to meet Odawa Casino Resort internal training requirements.
• Must be able to meet Odawa Casino Resort internal training requirements.
• Must be able to obtain a key gaming license in accordance to the regulations established by the LTBB Gaming Regulatory Commission, and be able to serve in the position under any other applicable law.
• Must maintain confidentiality at all times.

A Team Member who resigns with proper notice may apply for rehire after 3 months from the effective date of their termination.

A Team Member who has their employment terminated by any gaming facility or who resigns without proper notice may be eligible for rehire subject to the following schedule:
• 1st occurrence must wait 6 months from the effective date of termination or resignation without proper notice
• 2nd occurrence must wait one year from the most recent effective date of termination or resignation without proper notice
• Any occurrence beyond the 2nd must wait three years from the most recent effective date of termination or resignation without proper notice.

Please note that occurrences do not reset regardless of length of time between them.

A Team Member whose employment is terminated as a result of not being able to return to work upon exhaustion of the Fair Employment Leave will be eligible for rehire without a waiting period once they have been released back to work by a qualified physician.

A Seasonal Team Member whose employment is terminated will be eligible for rehire without a waiting period if they successfully complete their most recent seasonal employment.

Must not be currently on a Security Ban from Odawa Casino during the time of application.

To apply for any Dual Rate positions the applicant must be currently employed and in good standing with OCR.

www.odawacasino.com/careers
07/29/2020

General Education Elementary School Teacher

Boyne City Public Schools has a potential opening at the Elementary School for a General Education Teacher to be effective for the 2020-2021 school year.

Persons interested in this position must have Michigan certification qualifying them to teach at the elementary school level (K-5) with an emphasis on early elementary students.

Please contact Lisa King, Principal at Boyne City Elementary School, if you have any questions at 231-439-8300.

Deadline: August 11, 2020, 4:00pm

For a complete job posting or persons interested in this position should go to http://boynecity.cyberschool.com/custom/jobs.html and submit an application online only.

Lisa King
07/28/2020

Early Learners (Pre-k) Assistant Teacher

Boyne City Public Schools has a job opening for an assistant teacher for our preschool program.

Assists: The Early Learners Program is a preschool program serving 3 and 4-year-old children. The Assistant Teacher aides the Lead Teacher throughout the day.

Job Goal: The Early Learners Assistant Teacher agrees to perform 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.

Direct questions to:
Laurel Jewett, (231)439-8178, ljewett@boyne.k12.mi.us
Deadline: August 12, 2020, by 4:00 pm

Persons interested in this position should go to http://boynecity.cyberschool.com/custom/jobs.html and submit an application online only.

Laurel Jewett
07/28/2020

Assistant Manager

Assistant Manager with experience needed at area resale store. Assist with resale operations, staff/volunteer supervision, pricing/marketing/displaying merchandise and customer service. Full-time, busy, physical position with benefit package. Candidate must work some Saturdays. Store proceeds support essential Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan services. Bring resume and fill out application at 1878 US-31 North, Petoskey, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm. EOE

Gold Mine Resale Shop, 1878 US-31 North, Petoskey, MI 49770
07/22/2020

Cashier-clerk

Cashier-clerk – friendly, dependable multitasker with great customer service, sales experience and ability to engage with customers for full and part-time positions. A job with a purpose; Gold Mine revenues support essential Women's Resource Center of Northern Michigan services. Please wear a mask when applying at Gold Mine Resale Shop, 1002 Emmet Street or 1878 US-31 North, Petoskey, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm. EOE

Gold Mine Resale Shop, 1002 Emmet Street or 1878 US-31 North, Petoskey
07/22/2020

Information Technology Internship

Seasonal internship position in the Inn at Bay Harbor IT Department. Ideal candidate would be an individual in the first or second year of college pursuing an Associate or Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology. Team member will provide desktop PC support, including virus and malware removal for Inn at Bay Harbor team members. Create and maintain Active Directory Windows accounts. Maintain voice and data cabling infrastructure (indoor and outdoor). Repair or replace defective wiring. Troubleshoot, diagnose, repair or replace various systems, including but not limited to: company computers, cell phones and printers. Use vendor support to resolve difficult problems. Document technical solutions for future reference purposes. Perform and maintain an inventory of tools and equipment. Maintain stocks of consumable supplies. May be assigned additional tasks by supervisor. Use of personal vehicle for travel within the Bay Harbor and Petoskey area is required. Mileage reimbursement provided once the proper form is completed and approved.

This job requires extensive daily contact with both Inn at Bay Harbor team members and guests. Customer service is a key element of the job and adherence to Inn at Bay Harbor service values is mandatory. The applicant must provide their own housing. Housing not available at this time.

Physical Demands:
Ability to lift up to 50 lbs.
Ability to use common technician hand tools.
Ability to work in areas without handicap access.
Ability to work on a ladder.
Ability to effectively communicate in both verbal and written formats.
Ability to read manuals, documentation and computer screens.
Ability to operate a motor vehicle.

• Must be able to work weekends, nights and other shifts as needed
• Require a minimum of High School diploma or equivalent. Desire 2 years related work experience.
• Prefer knowledge of network cabling, T568A/B wiring standards, and cable count color-codes a plus.
• Computer literacy and proficiency with Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office applications is required.
• Basic knowledge of network concepts.
• Ability to critically think and use various resources, including vendor support, reference manuals, internet resources, and documentation to solve problems is required.
• Must complete all training modules including PCI and OSHA.
• Must have a smartphone with cellular and internet access
• Valid driver’s license and functioning vehicle with current registration and insurance.

https://careers-boyneresorts.icims.com/jobs/6955/information-technology-internship/job
07/21/2020

Landscape Foreman

Silva & Sons Landscaping is currently hiring for landscape foreman.
If you love to work outdoors this is the job for you. This job is physical and must be able to work in any weather condition. Must be able to work 40+ hour Monday-Friday some Saturdays and Sundays. Work season is from April to November and work will be around the Harbor Springs Area.
1+ years experience as a foreman, must have chauffeur license with clean driving record, be able to drive heavy equipment and lead your team on the landscape jobs. Must be able to lift 50+ lbs. Competitive wages based on experience.

silvansonslandscaping@gmail.com or by phone 231-203-1187 or 231-838-9524
07/16/2020

Service - Cashier

Meijer - Petoskey Location
1201 Lears Road
Petoskey, MI 49770
(231)348-6100

As a Cashier, you will craft quality customer experiences by providing efficient, effective customer service in the checkout lane that creates a positive and lasting impact on Meijer customers.

What You’ll be Doing:

You create ‘WOW’ moments that have a positive and lasting impact on our customers.
Complete transactions, handle money in all forms responsibly and maintain accuracy of point of sale purchases.
Use good eye contact and body language, displaying a friendly and outgoing attitude.
Be prepared to handle customer questions adequately and appropriately.
Build trustful relationships with customers to encourage return visits.
What You Bring with You (Qualifications):

16 years of age or older.
Desire to work with customers.
Previous retail or customer experience preferred but not required.
Good verbal communication skills.
Detail oriented and organized.
Friendly outgoing attitude.
Ability to operate cashier register system.

How to apply:
jobs.meijer.com

Stefanie LaRoque (231)348-6109 ext. 415 or stefanie.laroque@meijer.com
07/16/2020

Direct Support Professonal

3*-4 *day work weeks with 12.5 hour morning, evening or overnight shifts available.

Become a Certified Direct Care Professional (CDSP) with lifelong career opportunities!

Beacon Specialized Living is Michigan’s largest provider of residential-based behavioral health services. We’re the only provider offering a CDSP certification and leveling program that will teach you lifelong skills with a clear career pathway to more responsibility and higher pay. Direct Care Professionals are essential health workers in high demand across the county. If you believe that everyone- regardless of their abilities- deserves to be a full member of their community, becoming a CDSP may be perfect way for you to launch your career. CDSP’s provide personal care, protection, and supervision in well-appointed residential settings to adults who are unable to live without direct support. You will provide patient-centered group home care in a safe and healthy setting, free from harm, creating a space of trusting relationships with your residents and co-workers. Duties include leading crafts, games or social activities, transporting residents to appointments, coordinating and preparing family meals and protecting residents as their trusted advocate. You must maintain a log of resident activities/programs, home inventory and events/incidents. Hard work and ambition are essential and experience is preferred. Certification includes completing CPR, First Aid, Crisis Prevention and other training required by the State of Michigan. We offer full-time positions, competitive wages, free meals, health care, life insurance, 401k savings plan and other benefits. Being a direct care professional is not easy work, but it is meaningful and very fulfilling and is available to any wanting to start a healthcare career. If you put in the time, we guarantee you immediate opportunities for advancement and higher wages. Join Team Beacon today!

Beacon is an Equal Opportunity Employer and one of Michigan’s best companies to work for.

Openings in East Jordan, Traverse City, Kingsley and Fife Lake

Angie Guthrie 269-585-0620 aguthrie@beaconspecialized.org
07/14/2020

Nanny/Childcare

I am looking for a responsible person to care for my 2 year old son while I am at work. I live in Boyne City and would need someone from 7am -6pm every other week. I would consider a live-in person to trade rent for childcare. I also have 3 other school age children that would be getting on the bus in the morning and getting off the bus after school. Responsibilities include maintaining the clean condition of the house, feeding the children, and making sure they are safe. References required. A daily rate can be determined if the live-in nanny option is not needed or wanted.

Alisha - 231-330-2303

Clerk/stocker - Scooby's Bottle Shop - Petoskey, MI

Part-time (Saturday 8:00-4:00 and Sunday 3:00-11:00)
$12/hr
You would be working the front counter and stocking the coolers as needed.

David Hansen 231-347-6250

Deli/clerk - Bill and Carol's - Petoskey, MI

Full time (Monday 4:00 - 10:00 and Tuesday - Friday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm) (40 hours available if needed).
$13.00/hr
This position is fast paced and high energy!
While we work hard, we also like to have fun at work. During the day this position will be in the deli helping prep lunch, get through lunch, and clean up after lunch. Later in the day and on Monday nights, this position will help the person up front as a clerk.

Kelly Pollion (231) 347-2741