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Food & Beverage Manager (Hospitality)

A Harbor Springs Membership Organization is looking for a food program manager. This position is seasonal. This person should have experience in food program/hospitality management, plus strong communications and leadership skills. Experience working with restaurant management software (POS) is a must, and more. The job will be 30-40 hours a week May – September and includes building management oversight. Full job description available upon request - Please inquire with a resume and references to ClubManager@ltyc.org. No phone calls please.

ClubManager@ltyc.org
12/11/2019

Human Resources Coordinator

Job Summary:

Provides a variety of administrative assistance and support to the Human Resources Department at Odawa Casino Resort. Works with the HR Team to support all aspects of the employee lifecycle with minimal supervision. Actively models and emphasizes the core values in the performance of all duties.

Minimum Qualifications:

Must be at least 18 years old.
High School Diploma, or GED and four (4) years of previous related experience in an office environment required.
Must be proficient with computer database software and have computer knowledge using word processing software.
Demonstrated computer knowledge with database and spreadsheet queries and applications.
Ability to read, write and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos.
Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to customers, clients, and other Team Members of the organization.
Must be able to type 65 words per minute with 90% accuracy.
Must be organized and have excellent communication and analytical abilities.
Must be able to work with the general public and demonstrate exceptional customer service at all times.
Must be able to productively handle busy and stressful situations.

All applications must be submitted online at: https://www.odawacasino.com/general/careers.php

Liz Rice 231-439-5380
12/11/2019

Training & Development Supervisor



JOB SUMMARY:

Under direction of the Director of Human Resources, the Training & Development Supervisor is responsible for curriculum development and design, planning, implementing and evaluating various training programs. Consults with department management to determine training needs and priorities, measures and evaluates on-going training programs, recommends and provides additional training activities as appropriate. Creates and develops new programs and/or revises existing training programs. Develops and provides training systems to ensure that all Team Members have the necessary skills to successfully perform their job and to deliver outstanding guest service. Coordinates formal education efforts with various colleges to meet the needs of the business. Plans and executes all aspects of the Team Member engagement programs. Actively models and emphasizes the core values in the performance of all duties.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:

Must be at least 18 yearsold.
Bachelor’s degree (B.A. or B.S.) from a four year college or University in Education, Curriculum Development, Training, Human Resources or Hospitality is required.
A minimum of three (3) years’ work experience in a Casino or Hospitality Human Resources Department in an organization with at least 300+ employees is required.
A minimum of three (3) years of professional work experience in conducting training needs analysis, developing training curriculum and instructional design, facilitating training courses and evaluation of training program experience in a Casino or Hospitality organization with at least 300+ employees is required.
Demonstrated knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resource modeling, leadership techniques, and coordination of people and resources.
Must be a demonstrated self-starter with the ability to prioritize assignments, meet deadlines and multi-task while working under minimal supervision.
Must possess a valid driver’s license and be able to travel to all Odawa Casino Resort properties.
Must have excellent computer skills and be able to quickly learn specialized softwarepackages.
Must have (3) years’ experience working on MSOffice.
Must have or possess the ability to receive TIPS Trainer certification, ServSafe, Title 31, Bloodborne Pathogens and CPR.
Must possess and utilize exceptional guest service skills. Cheerful, poised manner and presentation, both in person and on the telephone.
Ability to write complex correspondence and reports.
Ability to effectively present information in one-on-one and group situations to customers, clients, and other Team Members of theorganization.
Proven ability to demonstrate good analytical, interpersonal, written, verbal, and organizational skills; exercise discretion and soundjudgment.
Must have excellent communication skills both written andverbal.
Must be able to work a flexible schedule including evenings, holidays and weekends to meet the training needs of the organization.
Frequent travel from building to building required.
Occasional out-of-town travel required.

All applications must be submitted at:
https://www.odawacasino.com/general/careers.php

Liz Rice 231-439-5380
12/11/2019

Babysitter

Mon. Tue. Wed. Fri. 8am to 6pm. No Thursdays or Weekends. One 3 year old girl, and sometimes a 9 year old boy. I live right in town (Petoskey). $250 per week no matter if you work or not. I get about 13 holidays off every year and take 2 week long vacations and a few other days here and there. You would still get the $250/week :) Also need someone who can watch my daughter 1-2 days a week at their own place (son is old enough to stay at home alone after school). You may run errands with her or take her to visit other friends with kids, I have an extra car seat. We do have a dog - non-shedding Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier. Open to you possibly watching another families child at same time to make more money :)

Katie Shelton 616-862-6130. Call or Text
12/10/2019

Dental Assistant

Dental Assistant wanted for established Petoskey Dental Specialty Office. Dental experience is not necessary if you are conscientious and motivated. Benefits available. Competitive compensation. Please email resume and 3 references to skalishek@pauleguttdds.com

Sara Kalishek, Office Manager, Paul E. Gutt DDS, PC
12/10/2019

CNAs & Nursing

MediLodge is a leading provider is skilled nursing care for short term rehabilitation and long term care. Locations throughout Northern Michigan -- UP, Cheboygan, Rogers City, Gaylord, Alpena -- with many opportunities available for new or experienced. Visit medilodge.com to apply.

Katie Boris, 231.360.0628
12/08/2019

Collections Intern - Ruth Mott Foundation

Internships are now available in the Collections & Education Department with the Ruth Mott Foundation at Applewood. Once home to Charles Stewart Mott and his family members, the Applewood Estate dates back to 1916. The estate is now owned and operated by the Ruth Mott Foundation and consists of award-winning gardens, historic buildings, and collections of art, artifacts, archives, and photographs.

Internships are open to undergraduate or graduate college students. We offer a well-rounded program whereby each student learns general knowledge and practices in several areas, in addition to working on one specific project to gain a more in-depth and hands-on experience.

Projects may be tailored to a student’s coursework or interests and the supervisor will work with students and professors to meet school requirements for classes and credits. Related majors include: art history, art (fine or studio), education/teaching, museum studies, history, anthropology/material culture, library science (archives), visual arts, and visual communication. Interns can expect to gain experience in the following areas:

Exhibits: Researching, writing, designing and installing exhibits.
Education: Work with staff to learn and conduct education programs and tours, develop educational materials for the site, and help organize the department resources.
Collections: Assist the Collections department staff with accessioning and cataloging artifacts (using PastPerfect Software), inventory of select collections, use of computerized collections management systems, preparation of artifacts for exhibit or storage, and other registration and digitization projects.
Archives: Assist in processing archival collections, research requests, and special projects; scan photographs and learn how to use PastPerfect Software for Archival collections.


Duties May Include:
Uses historic resources, and other available information, to research content used to develop educational programming and materials.
Following training and established policies and procedures, assists in collections and archives inventories, cataloging and data entry in PastPerfect collection management database.
Using PastPerfect, researches, retrieves, and responds to staff, family and community requests for information, objects, or photographs. Records reference use.
Following established guidelines, reviews indices and other finding aids for accuracy and update/edit as required.
Assists with preservation actions as directed on items in various physical formats.
Assists in exhibit preparation and in other history interpretation activities.
Assists with collating and assembling docent booklets. Assists with docent trainings, as requested.
Assists in moving and storing collections, boxes, folders, and other physical items as required.
Provides general clerical support including filing, organizing, supply ordering, mailing, answering incoming phones calls.


Qualifications:
High School Diploma required. Some college preferred.
Analytical, organizational, computer and writing skills required, including use of Microsoft Office programs Word and Excel.
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to respect, cooperate and work well with management, staff, Mott family members and public and to be appropriately discreet about the Mott family collection.
Ability to be flexible, accurate and detail-oriented.

This position requires approximately 30-40 hours per week and involves occasional evening/weekend hours for events. Compensation is approximately $11 per hour. Hours are generally scheduled between 9am-4pm Monday through Friday. The specific dates and hours of employment will be finalized at the time of hiring.

Job Order Number: 14344742
Opportunity Type: Internship
Position Location: Flint, MI
Opportunity Start Date: 03/02/2020
Opportunity End Date: 06/01/2020
Average Hours Per Week: 30
Compensation: Hourly | $11.00

Ruth Mott Foundation is working with TalentEI to hire smarter and faster, please apply here: http://bit.ly/CollectionsInternRuthMottFoundationH

postings@talentei.com | http://bit.ly/CollectionsInternRuthMottFoundationH
12/06/2019

Marketing and Development VISTA

Location: Harbor Springs

Child & Family Services of Northwestern Michigan (CFS) is recruiting full-time (40 hours per week) AmeriCorps VISTA members to serve their community during a one-year term in its Traverse City or Harbor Springs office. During your term of service, you will help strengthen rural communities in northern Michigan and lift families out of poverty by increasing the capacity of CFS to provide programming to underserved clients and engage community partners.

Duties: The Marketing & Development VISTA will evaluate current fund development efforts at CFS including grants, donations, special events, in-kind donations, and volunteer recruitment and increase the number of donors, volunteers, clients, and partners engaged with CFS and its programs. This VISTA will also help increase public awareness of CFS programs and services through events, strong communications in traditional and social media, and speaking engagements to facilitate increased client referrals, improved partnerships, and increased funding opportunities. These objectives will be accomplished by:

Researching and evaluating current fund development efforts at CFS including grants, donations, special events, in-kind donations, and volunteer recruitment and help increase the number of donors, volunteers, clients, and partners engaged with CFS
Reviewing development dashboards and grant spreadsheets to become familiar with current breakdown of fundraising activities, current funders, and systems for tracking fund development
Assisting in the transfer of data from Donor Perfect (current CFS donor software system) to SalesForce (new CFS donor tracking cloud app)
Researching new funding opportunities and developing a new system for tracking potential opportunities including grants with deadlines and other information
Engaging current volunteers, donors, and partners to learn why they care about CFS and gather information about ways to improve engagement
Updating, with guidance from the Development Team and CFS program staff, the agency-wide development plan, including updating tools and materials to implement the plan, using technology when possible to improve efficiency of carrying out the plan
Reviewing current outreach and marketing efforts at CFS to become familiar with the CFS brand
Increasing knowledge of CFS to new and existing donors and volunteers and engage those wanting more information by connecting with appropriate CFS staff
Developing or revising marketing and development materials such as legacy planning brochures/information, donation envelopes/collection tools, event materials, etc.
Updating, with guidance from the Development Team and CFS program staff, the agency-wide outreach and marketing plan, and then developing or revise tools and materials to begin implementing the plan
Creating a calendar of civic meeting and community events and utilizing the calendar to build community awareness of CFS programs
Actively participating in outreach and marketing efforts that support CFS programs including distributing materials and information, attending community meetings or scheduling visits to partner agencies to share/gather information, and forming/strengthening community partnerships
Qualifications: Must commit to serve an entire year of service (January 21, 2020 to January 19, 2021) averaging 40 hours per week, pass all required background and reference checks, and complete any other AmeriCorps or CFS eligibility requirements. High School diploma or equivalent required. Some college preferred. Must be at least 18 years old and be a US citizen or legal permanent resident. VISTAs may be current students or have outside employment, understanding that neither school nor work will conflict with the member’s service hours.

Must be dependable, work well as part of a team, have a positive attitude, and be willing to learn new skills. Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills, have reliable transportation, be proficient with computers including Microsoft Office products, and be available to work a flexible schedule that may require some nights and weekends. A general knowledge of the community to be served is preferred, but not required.

Benefits and Terms of Service: CFS’ AmeriCorps VISTAs must commit to serve an average of 40 hours per week over a one-year term beginning January 21, 2020. VISTAs receive a bi-weekly living stipend of $479.08, for a total stipend of $12,491 over one-year. Upon successful completion of the term of service, members may be eligible for a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award of $6,095 that can be used towards post-secondary education expenses, or a cash stipend of $1,800. VISTAs may be eligible for student loan relief programs during their term of service. VISTAs receive basic health insurance coverage. Childcare assistance and other benefits may be available to eligible candidates. VISTA members receive professional development and training necessary to be successful in their service.

Interested in serving your community? Visit www.cfsnwmi.org/VISTA to learn more and apply!

Amanda Elliott, aelliott@cfs3L.org
12/05/2019

Client and Partner Engagement VISTA

Child & Family Services of Northwestern Michigan (CFS) is recruiting full-time (40 hours per week) AmeriCorps VISTA members to serve their community during a one-year term in its Traverse City or Harbor Springs office. During your term of service, you will help strengthen rural communities in northern Michigan and lift families out of poverty by increasing the capacity of CFS to provide programming to underserved clients and engage community partners.

Duties: The Client & Partner Engagement VISTA will help CFS staff strengthen current relationships and establish new community partnerships that will increase the number of referrals to various CFS programs. This VISTA will additionally help improve outcomes and create new opportunities for underserved CFS clients by increasing the capacity of CFS staff to provide services and education to an increased number of clients. These objectives will be accomplished by:

assisting in the development and improvement of systems, tools, and processes for referrals to increase the number of clients served by CFS programs;
developing a list of current and potential community partners for all CFS programs and participate in outreach activities to engage partners and clients;
researching opportunities to serve new geographies or to provide new/expanded services;
developing and assisting with the implementation of formal job skills and financial literacy curriculum to CFS clients including evaluation tools, or find reputable local partners to provide similar job and life skills training(s) to CFS clients; and
developing new and improving existing systems and tools that will increase the health knowledge of individuals and the outcomes of individuals served by CFS programs
Qualifications: Must commit to serve an entire year of service (January 21, 2020 to January 19, 2021) averaging 40 hours per week, pass all required background and reference checks, and complete any other AmeriCorps or CFS eligibility requirements. High School diploma or equivalent required. Some college preferred. Must be at least 18 years old and be a US citizen or legal permanent resident. VISTAs may be current students or have outside employment, understanding that neither school nor work will conflict with the member’s service hours.

Must be dependable, work well as part of a team, have a positive attitude, and be willing to learn new skills. Must possess excellent written and oral communication skills, have reliable transportation, be proficient with computers including Microsoft Office products, and be available to work a flexible schedule that may require some nights and weekends. A general knowledge of the community to be served is preferred, but not required.

Benefits and Terms of Service: CFS’ AmeriCorps VISTAs must commit to serve an average of 40 hours per week over a one-year term beginning January 21, 2020. VISTAs receive a bi-weekly living stipend of $479.08, for a total stipend of $12,491 over one-year. Upon successful completion of the term of service, members may be eligible for a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award of $6,095 that can be used towards post-secondary education expenses, or a cash stipend of $1,800. VISTAs may be eligible for student loan relief programs during their term of service. VISTAs receive basic health insurance coverage. Childcare assistance and other benefits may be available to eligible candidates. VISTA members receive professional development and training necessary to be successful in their service.

Interested in serving your community? Visit www.cfsnwmi.org/VISTA to learn more and apply!

Amanda Elliott, aelliott@cfs3L.org
12/05/2019

Volunteer Coordinator - Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP)

Friendship Centers of Emmet County is seeking an organized, professional, personable and welcoming individual to perform the administrative duties of the RSVP Department. This is a part-time job, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. The responsibilities include scheduling seniors to fill volunteer needs in the community; recording their monthly volunteer hours online; maintaining accurate information about all the volunteers; giving tours of the Petoskey Friendship Center to potential volunteers and providing them with information about FCEC, its programs and services; coordinating bus passes for volunteers and processing volunteer mileage reimbursements monthly; and assisting with special RSVP and FCEC events. Also act as back-up for Receptionist on a regular basis. Must treat all volunteers in courteous and professional manner and maintain client, volunteer and FCEC confidentiality. Strong telephone and computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook and Publisher as well as confidence accessing online applications), and excellent communication and organizational ability required. We offer a competitive wage, paid holidays, paid time off and retirement savings plan with employer match. Prior office administrative experience preferred. Must have high school diploma or equivalent and pass criminal and other background checks. FCEC is an equal opportunity employer.

To apply for this position, please send your resume to deborah@emmetcoa.org or fill out an application at the Petoskey Friendship Center, 1322 Anderson Rd., Petoskey between 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
12/03/2019

Custodian

Local manufacturing facility looking for Full Time, Temporary (approx 3-6 months) Custodian.
3rd Shift : 11:00PM-7:22AM Sunday thru Thursday
$12.75-$15.00 experience preferred
Duties include but are not limited to:
- Sweep, vacuum, and mop floors, elevators and stairways.
- Cleans employee restrooms/locker-room/lunchroom.
- Clean/dust/polish such items as walls, wash basins, appliances, furniture, & fixtures.
- Cleans grounds and parking lots of litter and/or debris
- Operates floor scrubbers, forklifts, scissor lifts, power tool and pallet jacks.

Please contact Jen@231-439-1826 or email with interest to jenifer.wagar@us.yazaki.com.
12/02/2019

Title Escrow/Closer

Title REsource Agency, a fast-growing Title Agency is seeking a Full-Time, Escrow Officer/Closer in our Northern Michigan location.

Responsibilities:

Order and calculate payoffs, taxes, and water bills
Prepare necessary documents for closing
Conduct real estate escrow signings
Disburse and complete post-closing tasks
Qualifications:

High School diploma or equivalent
Prior industry experience or related mortgage/real estate experience preferred.
Strong customer service skills
Work well in a fast paced environment
Ability to communicate effectively with both internal and external clients in a professional manner
Must be a team player and maintain a positive can do attitude
Ability to multi task
Reliability is a MUST

Qualified candidates should reply to this post with resume, cover letter and salary requirements

Jeanine at hr@bhhsmi.com
12/02/2019

Bookkeeper/Payroll Admin (Part-time/Seasonal)

General support to accountant during busy tax season. Ability to efficiently process payroll and make general entries to Quickbooks. 16 hours week. December to May.
Contact info:
Joan M Green CPA
8482 M-119 Suite 18B
Harbor Springs, MI 49740
231-348-1010
jgreencpa@sbcglobal.net

Joan Green
11/24/2019

Route Sales Representative

Aunt Millie’s Bakeries, a family-owned business since 1901, is a leader in the wholesale baking and route distribution industry. The company is headquartered in Fort Wayne, Indiana and produces bread and other bakery products which are distributed throughout the United States, primarily in the Midwest.

A Route Sales Representative (RSR) has direct interaction with retail customers such as store managers, receiving personnel and other associates. Successful RSRs develop strong relationships with these customers and are proactively involved in problem solving and increasing sales.

Responsibilities include (but not limited to):

Delivering and selling to established accounts
Taking product from company vehicle into stores/restaurants/etc
Unload and stock shelves
Preplanning specific orders for each customer
Soliciting additional business
Minimizing stale product
Safely operating company vehicle
Practicing safe work procedures

Emilee Leichty, Hiring and Recruiting Specialist, ELeichty@auntmillies.com, 260-422-5631 x10038, auntmillies.com
11/22/2019

Residential Advocate

Residential Advocate for domestic abuse Safe Home. Responsibilities include assisting families, staffing Help and Information phone line, and general upkeep of shelter. Full-time position with benefits. Candidate must possess strong communication skills, be comfortable working with groups of people and be able to respond to families in crisis. Overnight shifts Monday through Friday, alternating weekends, and some holidays. Send resume to Jamie Winters, Women’s Resource Center, 423 Porter Street, Petoskey, MI 49770. E.O.E.

Women’s Resource Center of Northern Michigan, 423 Porter, Petoskey, 49770.
11/21/2019

Youth Development Staff

Are you interested in working with hilarious children?
Are you looking for a job that fits with your class or other work schedule?
How about a job that keeps you active and playful?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then you should consider joining the Youth Development Team with the YMCA of Northern Michigan! The HOST (Healthy Out of School Time) after school program and School's Out! programs are looking for responsible driven individuals to become professional role models and be a positive force in the lives of our local students.

The Youth Development Staff will work primarily at one of the local elementary school Monday-Friday (or whichever weekdays work with your schedule!) and be the liaison between students, parents, school administration, other youth development staff, and the Youth Development Director, essentially being the daily leadership onsite at their assigned school- a great opportunity for someone looking for more leadership experience!

The HOST program runs from 3 PM - 6 PM, Monday-Friday at Petoskey elementary schools while the School's Out program runs on half days, school breaks and snow days!

- $11-12 per hour, 6-20 hours per week based on your availability
- Free certifications such as CPR/AED & First Aid
- Strong opportunities for growth
- Leadership opportunities

Come join us at the Y, where work is play!

Leah Callan, Branch Director, at leah@ymcanm.org
11/15/2019