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Phlebotomist

Job Duties/Responsibilities

Perform blood collections by venipuncture and capillary techniques for all age groups
Collect specimens for drug screens, paternity tests, alcohol tests etc.
Perform data entry of patient information in an accurate and timely manner
Process billing information and collect payments when required
Prepare all collected specimens for testing and analysis
Maintain patient and specimen information logs
Provide superior customer service to all patients
Administrative and clerical duties as necessary
Travel to additional sites when needed

sieferta@labcorp.com
01/20/2021

Digital Banking Specialist

The Digital Banking Specialist is responsible for providing support to customers on their digital bank products including deposit account maintenance and support by giving instruction, troubleshooting, and processing assistance. Experience in phones, computers, and customer service required. Strong technical skills (with multiple platform knowledge), organization, time management, typing and listening skills required. Previous bank experience, sales experience and knowledge of multiple internet browsers, operating systems, and mobile devices preferred. Friendly presence and helpful attitude; good interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team environment yet independent. Competitive benefit package. First Community Bank is an equal opportunity employer.

Human Resources at meagan@firstcb.com
01/20/2021

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

The IT Specialist position is the first point of contact for First Community Bank team members seeking technical assistance for technology. Responsibilities include configuring, maintaining, and supporting systems and applications to help ensure stable and secure business function.

The ideal applicant would have an Associate’s degree in computer systems or equivalent; CIS hands-on experience, helpdesk experience, or equivalent in educational background. Experience troubleshooting hardware, network, and applications. Computer programming and problem-solving skills a plus.

This position requires the ability to provide professional technical support to both onsite and remote team members. Strong problem-solving skills; ability to visualize an issue or situation and think abstractly to solve technical issues. Ability to handle constantly changing work-flow; remain productive and prioritize. 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
01/20/2021

Assistant Managers - Blarney Castle Oil Company - East Jordan EZ Mart, Elk Rapids EZ Mart

Assistant Manager Positions
Blarney Castle Oil Company
East Jordan EZ Mart & Elk Rapids EZ Mart

It's time you worked for a company that will help you develop personally and professionally. Our company offers growth opportunities, and loves to promote from within. We offer tuition reimbursement because we encourage our employees to reach their goals. We're looking for hard working, enthusiastic individuals who want to be a part of a winning team. If you enjoy working with people and value great customer service, we want to meet you.

As an Assistant Manager you will be responsible for:

• Welcoming and assisting our customers with a smile in the store and at the pumps.
• Handling cash and credit payments for fuel, merchandise, food, beverages, and lottery tickets.
• Providing work direction to team members during your assigned shift, ensuring that our valued customers receive superior customer service.
• Resolving customer problems and providing leadership to team members when issues occur.
• Serving as the store's Safety Captain - leading safety meetings and auditing your store's safety practices.
• Coordinating your schedule with the Store Manager's schedule to ensure that all shifts are adequately managed.
• Keeping shelves stocked and inventory organized in storage areas.
• Maintaining areas outside the store to ensure that our customers have a pleasant and safe shopping experience.
• Ensuring bathrooms are well supplied and clean.

We look for these qualifications in our Assistant Managers:

• Good interpersonal skills so you will be able to work in a team environment and to assist customers cheerfully.
• Demonstrated team leadership ability.
• Experience using a computer.
• Solid basic math skills.
• You must be able to stand, bend, and reach during your shift and occasionally lift up to 50 pounds.
• You must be at least 18 years old.
• High school diploma or GED equivalent.
• At least one year of related retail experience
• Reliable transportation.

Blarney Castle Oil Company was founded by members of the McCarthy family and began with a small service station in 1933 in the Village of Bear Lake, Michigan. Today, the Company's home office remains in Bear Lake and markets and distributes petroleum and propane products to a network of residential and commercial customers. The Company supplies over 150 independent service station operators with gasoline, diesel, and motor oil products. BCOC also operates a chain of 130+ EZ Mart Convenience Stores all within the State of Michigan.

Medical, dental & vision insurance, tuition reimbursement, weekly pay.

Michelle Hudak, Talent Acquisition Partner Blarney Castle Oil Company mhudak@blarneycastleoil.com www.careers-blarneycastleoil.icims.com
01/20/2021

Manager in Training Blarney Castle Oil Company East Jordan Area, Gaylord Area, Mancelona Area

Looking for a job where you will be challenged and have fun? Do you value customer service and have an interest in becoming a store manager? We are looking for great people to work for us, and you may be a great fit for our Manager in Training program!

It's time you worked for a company that will help you develop personally and professionally. Our company offers growth opportunities, and loves to promote from within. We offer tuition reimbursement, and we encourage our employees to reach their goals. We're looking for hard working, enthusiastic individuals who want to be a part of a winning team. If you enjoy working with people and value great customer service, we want to meet you.

As a Manager in Training you will be:

• Participating in the company’s Manager Training Program.
• Providing work direction to team members in order to ensure that our valued customers receive superior customer service.
• Learning how to resolve customer concerns and handle other issues that arise.
• Creating effective team member schedules and managing inventory.
• Greeting our valued customers, answering questions and providing assistance in the store and at the pumps.
• Promoting and maintaining a clean and organized store appearance inside and out.
• Handling cash and credit card payments for fuel, merchandise, food, beverages and lottery tickets, and preparing bank deposits.
• Working at various store locations to gain experience in different retail settings with varying equipment systems.
• Training in a team environment where Associates and Managers work together to provide the best customer service in the industry.

We look for these qualifications in our Managers in Training:

• Excellent interpersonal skills so you will be able to work in multiple team environments and to assist our valued customers cheerfully.
• Demonstrated team leadership ability.
• Ability to learn complex tasks in a variety of store environments.
• Availability to work at multiple locations within a region, work different shifts, including evenings, weekends, and holidays and be able to adjust your shift to coordinate with the Store Managers and Area Manager.
• You must maintain a safe environment for all customers and employees.
• You must adhere to and train employees on all applicable laws related to the sale of age restricted products.
• Experience using a computer.
• Solid basic math skills.
• You must be able to stand, bend, and reach during your shift and occasionally lift up to 50 pounds.
• You must be at least 18 years old.
• High school diploma or GED equivalent.
• Progress toward or completion of a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field is preferred.
• At least one year of related retail experience
• You must have reliable transportation and you must maintain automotive liability insurance during the course of employment.

Blarney Castle Oil Company was founded by members of the McCarthy family and began with a small service station in 1933 in the Village of Bear Lake, Michigan. Today, the Company's home office remains in Bear Lake and markets and distributes petroleum and propane products to a network of residential and commercial customers. The Company supplies over 150 independent service station operators with gasoline, diesel, and motor oil products. BCOC also operates a chain of 130+ EZ Mart Convenience Stores all within the State of Michigan.

Medical, dental & vision insurance, tuition reimbursement, weekly pay.

Michelle Hudak, Talent Acquisition Partner Blarney Castle Oil Company mhudak@blarneycastleoil.com www.careers-blarneycastleoil.icims.com
01/20/2021

LTYC - Summer Seasonal Job Opportunity for 2021

Are you that overachiever trying to make great money in a short period of time? Little Traverse Yacht Club of Harbor Springs, Michigan is looking to employ young career orientated seasonal employees who take up a challenge and run with it.

LTYC has opportunities for work driven individuals to help sail thru our 2021 Summer Season. Successful employees will negotiate daily duties thru serving our members during our Lunch and Dinner Programs. Special nights celebrating fantastic events will be rewarding while you create fundamental relationships through out your work experience. We have a simplified delicious Menu headed up by the inspirational Colin Stevens. He has worked closely with our New Food and Beverage program leaders to design a welcoming atmosphere with deliciously simple recipes.

Your hours will fall between 20-40 depending on the week of activities. The pay rate is $15/hr PLUS tips which will put all employees in the $18-$20/hr plus category providing you are willing to put in the time.

This rewarding fun filled position will commence in late May early/June with set up and training. Our official 2021 LUNCH opener is June 7th. Our Season comes to a heartfelt close Mid-September with closing activities until Late September.

If you are that individual who can work the hours from June 1st thru Labor Day LTYC would like to meet you.

Being a full service club, when serving alcohol, Michigan law requires servers to be a minimum age of 18.

Open Positions:
Griller - grill burgers, brats and hotdogs
Tuesday and Thursday Nights
Servers/Bartenders
Kitchen - food and sandwich prep
Dishwasher/general cleaning along with set up and take down of buffets

Kindly send contact information to: Lulu Finkelstein at lulu2561@aol.com.
Interviews will be conducted off premises due to LTYC being closed for off season.

Louise Finkelstein - Little Traverse Yacht Club, 358 East Bay Street, Harbor Springs, Michigan 49740, 616-648-3093
01/20/2021

Hospitality and Culinary Internships with the Xanterra Travel Collection

Students choosing to spend a summer or career in a National Park will meet employees and visitors from all over the world and gain incredible hands-on experience in a high volume, fast-paced environment.

Our internships and externships are for current students pursuing degrees in Hospitality, Culinary, Recreation, or Sustainability. The internship program is designed to be between 3-6 months. Most opportunities are available during our summer season, April - October.

Successful interns will be given a high level of consideration when applying for future positions.

Positions are available at numerous National Parks and students should specify which park they are interested in working at by viewing available parks on our web site.

Students will be assigned a supervisor or internship contact after they are hired into a position.

Interns will be exposed to a high volume hospitality enterprise in some of the most beautiful places on earth. Some anticipated learning objectives are;

1. Gain exposure and experience within the student’s field of study to enhance their classroom learning.
2. Apply the classroom knowledge gained in a professional work setting to solve practical real-world problems.
3. Build relationships and community with people that are different from you.
4. Create and nurture productive and engaged work environments.
5. Assess one’s own strengths and weakness as it relates to their career development
6. Clearly identify career goals and effective strategies for achieving them.
7. Participate in available activities that enhance the employability of student.
8. Identify some of the challenges and solutions for operating a sustainable Hospitality Enterprise within a National Park.

Job Requirements: students should be pursuing additional culinary skills or a hospitality degree. Job requirements will depend upon the students interest, skills and anticipated professional development.

Internships are currently posted at Yellowstone National Park, more Parks will be posting in January. Please click here for the Yellowstone Internship.

Wendy Dodd
01/20/2021

Medical Business Associate - Structural Heart Clinic

Location: Traverse City, Michigan

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
• High school graduate or GED
• Proficient in typing, Windows, and experience with multiple computer systems
One year (32 credits) of college and/or training or equivalent experience in a provider office, hospital or related prior experience
• Successful completion of medical terminology course within 6 months of hire
• A minimum of one year experience successfully working with the public with minimal supervision
• Excellent customer relations behavior in all interactions
• The ability to work positively with all levels of clinical staff in completion of job responsibilities
Must be able to work in a fast paced environment, delivering exceptional customer service while accompanying patients, family and visitors
PREFERRED QUALITIES:
• Associates degree
• Experience with Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Medicare, Medicaid, and other insurance coverage
• Proven ability to provide excellent customer service and effective communication in a high volume, fast paced office environment.
• Familiarity with ICD-9 and CPT codes

ORGANIZATION: Reports to the Practice Manager or designee

SPECIFIC DUTIES MAY INCLUDE SOME OR ALL OF THE FOLLOWING:
1. Supports the Mission, Vision and Values of Munson Healthcare. Embraces and supports the Performance Improvement philosophy of Munson Healthcare.
2. Has basic understanding of Relationship-Based Care (RBC) principles, meets expectations outlined in Commitment To My Co-workers, and supports RBC initiatives.
3. Demonstrates adherence to all policies and procedures.
4. Interaction with customers is expected to be friendly, appropriate and accurate. As the first line of communication with the public and outside callers, this individual must create a professional image through outstanding telephone courtesy, pleasantness, the ability to keep their composure and the use of judgment and tact in dealing with others.
5. Maintains a professional working relationship with staff members, ancillary services and medical staff.
6. Obtains/verifies all required patient information and enters the information into the registration system following the screen flow in an accurate manner. Completes all assigned registrations in an expedient manner subject to department requirements.
7. Inputs and updates all insurance information in appropriate screens.
8. Schedules patient appointments which may include: return office visits, referrals, diagnostic testing/procedures.
9. Review instructions/preps, time and dates for diagnostic testing/procedures.
10. Collect copays and balances due on patient accounts.
11. Greets patients professionally in person and over the telephone.
12. Respond effectively and in a customized manner to patients and families.
13. Solve problems and anticipating peak periods of patient traffic and/or call volume in order to plan workload accordingly.
14. Document patient messages/requests in EHR and forward to appropriate clinical staff/physician.
15. Generate and print "meaningful use" documents for patient at time of checkout or telephone contact.
16. Manages recall, physician scheduling group inbox, message box, or any other special communication assignments as assigned.
17. Keeps offices and work area orderly and properly stocked.
18. Responsible to access department communications daily utilizing telephone voice mail and/ or e-mail
19. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

EXPECTATIONS:
Customer Focus: Ensures customer satisfaction
Communication: Clear and courteous at all times, works to resolve conflicts
Analytical Thinking: Determines priority and distinguishes between critical and non-critical information for problem resolution
Concern for Order and Standards: Checks accuracy of own work and takes accountability
Flexibility: Reprioritizes quickly to accommodate unexpected demands
Teamwork: Recognizes that others possess valuable expertise and actively solicits others' opinions, ideas and recommendations. Builds consensus with others

Kara Schymanski (Kschymanski@mhc.net
01/18/2021

Medical Assistant or LPN

Location: Various (Traverse City, Cadillac, Grayling, Charlevoix)

Must be a certified or registered Medical Assistant or LPN in the State of Michigan.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:
o Supports the Mission, Vision and Values of Munson Healthcare. Embraces and supports the Performance Improvement philosophy of Munson Healthcare.
o Has basic understanding of Relationship-Based Care (RBC) principles, meets expectations outlined in Commitment To My Co-workers, and supports RBC initiatives.
o Demonstrates adherence to all policies and procedures.
o Strictly adheres to patient confidentiality.
o Interaction with customers is expected to be friendly, appropriate and accurate. As a direct contact with patients and families, this individual must create a professional image through outstanding telephone courtesy, pleasantness, the ability to keep their composure and the use of judgment and tact in dealing with others.
o Maintains a professional working relationship with staff members, ancillary services and medical staff.
o Perform all duties listed in department specific competencies.
o Provides personalized care for patients while assuring a timely patient flow through the office.
o Act as an advocate for the patient in his/her interactions with health care services.
o Assist health care providers when requested.
o Assists with day-to-day operations as required for optimal patient care.
o Attend staff development programs.
o Directs own continuing education activities and keep skills current, expand knowledge base ad comply with recertification/registration requirements.
o Acknowledges that safety is a self-responsibility. Knows the physical requirements of the job and work within those guidelines. Performs job duties safely at all times, utilizing learned body mechanics and transferring/lifting techniques. Plans actions to promote safety. Reports any unsafe situation/equipment according to hospital procedure.
o Takes patient phone calls from a multiline phone system and relays messages to providers when necessary. Takes phone calls from pharmacies and calls in prescriptions.
o Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.
o Administrative duties (may include, but not limited to):
o Using computer applications
o Answering phones
o Greeting patients
o Updating and filing patients medical records
o Coding and filling out insurance forms
o Scheduling appointments
o Arranging for hospital admissions, referrals, and laboratory services
o Handling correspondence, billing, and book keeping.
o Clinical duties (may include, but not limited to):
o Taking medical histories
o Explaining treatment and procedures to patients
o Preparing patients for examination
o Assisting the physician during exams
o Collecting and preparing lab specimens
o Performing basic laboratory test.
o Instructing patients about medication and special diets.
o Preparing and administrating medications as directed by the physician.
o Drawing blood.
o Injections
o Taking electrocardiograms
o Removing sutures and changing dressings

Kara Schymanski (Kschymanski@mhc.net)
01/18/2021

Forest Pest Survey Technician - Hemlock Wooly Adelgid

The Antrim Conservation District is seeking interested applicants to serve as a Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA) Survey Technician for the Charlevoix, Antrim, Kalkaska, and Emmet Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (CAKE CISMA). This is a temporary 6 week position averaging 36 hours per week at $16 per hour, for February 2020 - March 2021. Work schedule will include an average of 4 days per week including potential overnight travel to Beaver Island. Duties will consist of snowshoeing in rugged terrain, identifying HWA masses, daily data entry, completing progress reports, contacting landowners, maintaining field equipment, and hosting outreach events as needed. Applicants must be able to endure long periods in cold and snowy winter environments and follow strict COVID-19 safety protocols. The employee will be supervised by the Field Crew Lead along with the Program Coordinator. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume (including academic and fieldwork background), and a list of three professional references (include both phone number and e-mail) no later than 5:00 PM EST Friday, January 15th, 2021 to kirk.acharya@macd.org with “HWA Survey Technician” in the subject line.



Qualifications:

Biology or Natural Resources education

Valid Driver’s license

Experience safely operating vehicles in snow and off-road conditions.

Reliable personal transportation

Strong organizational skills

Punctual

Ability to work with peers and the general public

Ability to pass a federal background check

kirk.acharya@macd.org
01/15/2021

Cashier-clerk

Cashier-clerk – friendly, dependable multitasker with great customer service, sales experience and the 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 North Resale Shop, 1878 US-31 North, Petoskey, Mon-Fri 10am-4pm. EOE

Gold Mine Resale Shop, 1878 US-31 North, Petoskey, MI 49770
01/15/2021

Mechanic

Mechanic –Department of Public Works

The City of Gaylord has one full-time position available for a Mechanic. This position, under the supervision of the Department of Public Works Superintendent, will be responsible for performing semi-skilled, skilled, and administrative work in maintaining the vehicles and mechanical equipment of the department.

Desired Minimum Qualifications:
Education and Experience: High school diploma or GED equivalent. Specialized training in mechanics, maintenance management, or a closely related field. State of Michigan certification in light & heavy duty equipment preferred. Three years of experience in a related field.

Other Requirements:
• Resident of the City of Gaylord or of an area not more than twenty miles from the corporate boundaries of the City of Gaylord.

• CDL Class B with air brakes, or the willingness to obtain this license within six months of employment.

A full job description and the required minimum qualifications are available at cityofgaylord.org

This position is 40 hours per week. For purposes of FLSA, this is a non-exempt position. Bargaining Unit –AFSCME
For more information please call 989-732-4060.

Instructions for how to apply for this position can by found at cityofgaylord.org

Erika Peters peterse@cityofgaylord.org 989-732-4060
01/15/2021

Assessment and Foot Care Nurse - Part Time

Friendship Centers of Emmet County is seeking a personable and caring Registered Nurse who enjoys working with seniors to perform in-home and phone assessments to seniors seeking services such as Meals on Wheels and in-home services. Also provide foot care on-site and in-home to those seniors who have medical conditions or physical limitations that call for a trained R.N. to provide this service. Maintain medical records for services assessments and foot care provided. Assist with other Friendship Centers activities including blood pressure clinics, health fairs, support groups, and training. Provide advocacy, information and assistance with community assistance programs. Provide crisis intervention including reports to Adult Protective Services. Follow all cleaning and sanitizing protocols for equipment and workspaces and comply with FCEC COVID-19 safety programs. This is a part-time position working roughly 20 – 24 hours per week Monday through Friday between hours of 8:30 and 4:30. No night, weekend or holiday work. Requires current Michigan Registered Nurse license and continuing education to maintain licensure. Strong verbal and written communication skills, telephone and computer skills. Competitive wage, paid holidays, paid time off, and retirement savings plan with employer match. FCEC is an equal opportunity employer.

To apply for this position, please send your resume to deborah@emmetcoa.org.
01/13/2021

Administrative Assistant (Remote)

We are looking for a competent Administrative Assistant to help with the organization and running of the daily administrative operations of the company in a fast paced environment.The ideal candidate will be a hard-working professional able to undertake a variety of office support tasks and work diligently under pressure. This person will be comfortable working with a high degree of attention to detail and discretion as well as incorporating new and effective ways to achieve better results.

COVID-19 considerations:
Due to COVID-19 this is a temporarily a Fully Remote position. Please be advised that technical requirements may apply



Responsibilities
• Answer and direct all incoming calls to main reception line
• Provide administrative support to member(s) of the Manager team as needed, including calendaring and scheduling management, travel arrangements, and time and expense reports
• Maintain and order necessary office supplies from appropriate vendors
• Field internal and external general office inquiries
• Liaise with Fed-Ex, UPS, USPS, etc for all incoming and outgoing packages
• Process and distribute all incoming mail

markthurmond@turbonoimic.com
01/09/2021

Cosmetologist/Hair Stylist/Lash Technician/Manicurist

Busy, fun salon looking to hire 1 or 2 individuals to join our team! Flexible schedule, booth rental, great atmosphere!

Lesley at lesleykoz@hotmail.com
01/07/2021

Bank Teller CSR at Charlevoix State Bank

Full Time Year Round with Benefits!
Apply at https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs?clientkey=F75BC06C6867BE1577AAB3039FD0F5C7

cmetevia@csbchx.com
01/06/2021

Regular Cook

BOYNE CITY PUBLIC SCHOOLS has an opening for a Regular Cook located in the Boyne City High School for 4 hours per day.

Duties include but are not limited to preparing, serving and transporting food, operating the cash register, clean-up, and light record keeping. This is a fast-paced job. Good general health and physical stamina are needed.

Deadline: January 18, 2021

Applicants, please apply online through our link at http://boynecity.cyberschool.com/custom/jobs.html.

Please, direct questions to Layna Lorencz, Food Service Director at (231) 439-8148 or llorencz@boyne.k12.mi.us.
01/04/2021

Paralegal

The Federal Public Defender for the Western District of Michigan is accepting applications for the position of Paralegal for our Marquette, Michigan branch office. The Federal Public Defender operates under the authority of the Criminal Justice Act, 18 U.S.C. § 3006(A), and provides criminal defense services to individuals charged with federal crimes who cannot afford to hire a lawyer.

The Paralegal will provide full-time paralegal services including all aspects of case preparation and file management. Duties may also include some field investigation, assisting in the development and presentation of evidence in court proceedings, and litigation support at evidentiary hearings and trials.

To qualify, the applicant should have a college degree and/or paralegal certificate and three years of paralegal or equivalent experience. A working knowledge of law, legal procedure and the court system is required. Applicants must possess good judgement and analytical skills, initiative, resourcefulness, tact and personal integrity.

Base salary of $64,009. Salary is dependent on experience. Federal benefits. Background check is required. Please send a resume with cover letter and three references to:

Sharon Turek
Federal Public Defender
50 Louis NW, Ste. 300
Grand Rapids, MI 49503-2633

Applications accepted until January 31, 2021.
No telephone inquiries please.
The Federal Public Defender is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Melissa Rabidoux, Federal Defender 50 Louis St. NW, Suite 300, Grand Rapids, MI 49503. melissa_rabidoux@fd.org
01/01/2021

Title Insurance Escrow Processor

Cislo Title Company is looking for an energetic individual to complete our team as expand into the Traverse City Area! We offer competitive pay, generous vacation time, paid holidays, 401k, and health insurance benefits! Through expansion we have continued to pride ourselves on providing exceptional service with a family feel. We have an atmosphere that is fast paced and revolves around teamwork. If you are detail oriented, helpful, and a team player, then we have the perfect opportunity for you!

Primary Responsibilities:
- Reviewing and understanding title commitments
- Clearing title
- Producing closing statements and CD’s
- Preparing closing documents
- Balancing funds per transaction
- Answering routine customer questions
Candidate Requirements:
- High School Diploma or equivalent
- One year experience in the Title Industry
- Knowledge in Microsoft Office Operations
- Ability to work as a team player in a fast-paced environment
- Spectacular verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to communicate pleasantly and clearly under all circumstances
- Portrayal of professionalism and confidence
You can email your resume to HR@cislotitle.com or visit our website www.cislotitle.com and submit your information under the Careers section.

Lyndsey Ball - hr@cislotitle.com
12/31/2020

Library Assistant – Walloon Lake

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 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 Felde, 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

walloon@crookedtreelibrary.com Attn: Karen Felde, Director

Library Assistant – Boyne Falls

The Crooked Tree District Library has an immediate opening for a Library Assistant at our Boyne Falls Branch. Primary responsibilities include all functions associated with circulation services in order to maintain the smooth functioning of the Library.

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
$13.00 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 Felde, 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

walloon@crookedtreelibrary.com Attn: Karen Felde, Director

Summer Seasonal Job Opportunity

Are you that overachiever trying to make great money in a short period of time? Little Traverse Yacht Club of Harbor Springs, Michigan is looking to employ young career orientated seasonal employees who take up a challenge and run with it.

LTYC has opportunities for work driven individuals to help sail thru our 2021 Summer Season. Successful employees will negotiate daily duties thru serving our members during our Lunch and Dinner Programs. Special nights celebrating fantastic events will be rewarding while you create fundamental relationships through out your work experience. We have a simplified delicious Menu headed up by the inspirational Colin Stevens. He has worked closely with our New Food and Beverage program leaders to design a welcoming atmosphere with deliciously simple recipes.

Your hours will fall between 20-40 depending on the week of activities. The pay rate is $15/hr PLUS tips which will put all employees in the $18-$20/hr plus category providing you are willing to put in the time.

This rewarding fun filled position will commence in late May early/June with set up and training. Our official 2021 LUNCH opener is June 7th. Our Season comes to a heartfelt close Mid-September with closing activities until Late September.

If you are that individual who can work the hours from June 1st thru Labor Day LTYC would like to meet you.

Being a full service club, when serving alcohol, Michigan law requires servers to be a minimum age of 18.

Open Positions:
Griller - grill burgers, brats and hotdogs
Tuesday and Thursday Nights
Servers/Bartenders
Kitchen - food and sandwich prep
Dishwasher/general cleaning along with set up and take down of buffets

Kindly send contact information to: Lulu Finkelstein at lulu2561@aol.com.
Interviews will be conducted off premises due to LTYC being closed for off season.

Louise Finkelstein

Summer Seasonal Job Opportunity

Are you that overachiever trying to make great money in a short period of time? Little Traverse Yacht Club of Harbor Springs, Michigan is looking to employ young career orientated seasonal employees who take up a challenge and run with it.

LTYC has opportunities for work driven individuals to help sail thru our 2021 Summer Season. Successful employees will negotiate daily duties thru serving our members during our Lunch and Dinner Programs. Special nights celebrating fantastic events will be rewarding while you create fundamental relationships through out your work experience. We have a simplified delicious Menu headed up by the inspirational Colin Stevens. He has worked closely with our New Food and Beverage program leaders to design a welcoming atmosphere with deliciously simple recipes.

Your hours will fall between 20-40 depending on the week of activities. The pay rate is $15/hr PLUS tips which will put all employees in the $18-$20/hr plus category providing you are willing to put in the time.

This rewarding fun filled position will commence in late May early/June with set up and training. Our official 2021 LUNCH opener is June 7th. Our Season comes to a heartfelt close Mid-September with closing activities until Late September.

If you are that individual who can work the hours from June 1st thru Labor Day LTYC would like to meet you.

Being a full service club, when serving alcohol, Michigan law requires servers to be a minimum age of 18.

Open Positions:
Griller - grill burgers, brats and hotdogs
Tuesday and Thursday Nights
Servers/Bartenders
Kitchen - food and sandwich prep
Dishwasher/general cleaning along with set up and take down of buffets

Kindly send contact information to: Lulu Finkelstein at lulu2561@aol.com.
Interviews will be conducted off premises due to LTYC being closed for off season.

Louise Finkelstein - Little Traverse Yacht Club

Summer Seasonal Job Opportunity

Are you that overachiever trying to make great money in a short period of time? Little Traverse Yacht Club of Harbor Springs, Michigan is looking to employ young career orientated seasonal employees who take up a challenge and run with it.

LTYC has opportunities for work driven individuals to help sail thru our 2021 Summer Season. Successful employees will negotiate daily duties thru serving our members during our Lunch and Dinner Programs. Special nights celebrating fantastic events will be rewarding while you create fundamental relationships through out your work experience. We have a simplified delicious Menu headed up by the inspirational Colin Stevens. He has worked closely with our New Food and Beverage program leaders to design a welcoming atmosphere with deliciously simple recipes.

Your hours will fall between 20-40 depending on the week of activities. The pay rate is $15/hr PLUS tips which will put all employees in the $18-$20/hr plus category providing you are willing to put in the time.

This rewarding fun filled position will commence in late May early/June with set up and training. Our official 2021 LUNCH opener is June 7th. Our Season comes to a heartfelt close Mid-September with closing activities until Late September.

If you are that individual who can work the hours from June 1st thru Labor Day LTYC would like to meet you.

Being a full service club, when serving alcohol, Michigan law requires servers to be a minimum age of 18.

Open Positions:
Griller - grill burgers, brats and hotdogs
Tuesday and Thursday Nights
Servers/Bartenders
Kitchen - food and sandwich prep
Dishwasher/general cleaning along with set up and take down of buffets

Kindly send contact information to: Lulu Finkelstein at lulu2561@aol.com.
Interviews will be conducted off premises due to LTYC being closed for off season.

Louise Finkelstein - Little Traverse Yacht Club, 358 East Bay Street, Harbor Springs, Michigan 49740