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Cranial Grind And Buff Technician

Job Description

Orthomerica, the Orlando-based worldwide leader in cranial remolding orthoses (helmets/bands) for infants, is looking for a Cranial Grind and Buff Technician for the manufacturing of infant cranial remolding orthoses.

JOB SUMMARY:

The CRANIAL GRIND & BUFF TECHNICIAN maintains the flow of product shells in accordance with FDA, Regulatory and Quality procedures.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

1. Perform all duties in accordance with FDA, Regulatory and Quality procedures.

2. Inspect product shells received from the oven area for defects.

3. Buff the product shells to a smooth finish.

4. Grind plastic to trim line on product shells to meet product specifications.

5. Product shells that are not acceptable are logged down on product scrap log.

6. Ensure that the product shells are sent to the production areas in a timely manner to maintain the flow of product through the warehouse.

7. Check with the supervisor to see which product shells have priority.

8. Check Grinder/Buffer machines to make sure it is working properly. Report any problems with the machines to the supervisor and maintenance.

9. Log in/out work orders in accordance with the order tracker system.

10. Keep a clean and safe work environment according to company/safety rules.

11. Ability to read, write and understand English language.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. May be asked to work other production areas when needed.

2. Will be cross-trained to work in other areas.

3. May be required to work overtime when necessary. The ability to work overtime is considered an essential job requirement.

4. Perform other duties as assigned.

Company Description

Since 1989, Orthomerica Products has been a manufacturer of prefabricated orthoses. In that time, Orthomerica has evolved into a worldwide leader in the design, development and fabrication of customizable orthotic solutions.
Today, Orthomericas comprehensive array of prefabricated and custom orthoses spans the complete breadth of the orthotic industry with a mission to continue providing innovative products of exceptional quality and truly unparalleled customer service to the healthcare marketplace.
To find out more about our company, please check out: www.orthomerica.com

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Cook-Prep Cook-Dishwasher-Porter Positions Open At Finger Lakes Gaming

The Opportunity Cook
Under the direction of the Executive Chef, prepare and serve hot and/or cold food items, in accordance with the Company s Service Standards and applicable Operational Standards.

  • Assures quality, consistency and proper presentation.
  • Prepares food to specifications before and during unit operations
  • Properly measures and portions all food items. Complies with all portion sizes, quality standards, department rules, policies and procedures
  • Cooks all food to proper specifications in a timely manner
  • Utilizes kitchen equipment to prepare food items such as: knives, slicers, whips, pots, pans, warmers, steamers, grills, ovens, etc.
  • Ensures proper food temperatures are maintained and food is stored correctly
  • Ensures freshness and quality of all menu items
  • Packages all products to proper specifications
  • Performs opening, closing and side work duties as instructed and according proper guidelines
  • Keeps workstation and equipment clean, organized, sanitized, and sufficiently stocked
  • Follows and upholds all health codes and sanitation regulations
  • Sets up and operates kitchen equipment
  • Uses waste control guidelines and records all waste on spoilage sheet
  • Performs other duties assigned
Education and Experience:
  • High school diploma/GED/TASC preferred
  • Participation/enrollment in culinary program is preferred
  • Minimum of 2-3 years previous experience in back-of-the-house foodservice position preferred
  • Serve Safe Certification preferred
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
  • Ability to read and understand recipes and food abbreviations
  • Ability to communicate with others
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Attentive and detailed oriented
  • Capable of following procedures and taking directions
  • Basic math skills; ability to understand, calculate and follow recipe measurements and proportions
Physical
  • Manual dexterity sufficient to chop, mix, blend, whip etc. a variety of foods and liquids
  • Ability to lift and carry large pans from ovens or freezers, weighing 25-50 lbs
  • Ability to handle or operate dangerous kitchen equipment
  • Ability to move rapidly and coordinate multiple orders
  • Standing and walking for entire length of shift
  • Frequently required to reach up to 6-7 feet, twist at waist, bending and squatting
  • Pushing and pulling occasionally, to move equipment, mops and brooms
The Opportunity Dishwasher
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions and/or meet the physical demands/requirements.
  • Maintain the area to ensure Pre Cooks and Cooks have the necessary tools to perform their duties
  • Set up and operate the dishwasher equipment: ensures that all levels for sanitizer and temperatures on dish machine and pot sinks are at specific requirement for health standards, manually wash dishes before loading into the dishwasher to ensure the cleanest wash possible
  • Fill and empty dishwasher throughout the day to maintain a constant flow of clean dishware and supplies to department
  • Keep floors clear of debris and ensure garbage and recyclables are disposed of throughout the day
  • Properly handles product, equipment, keep accurate logs and follow sanitation practices in accordance with food and human safety guidelines
  • Properly handle, prepare, transport and store products: ensuring food and human safety practices are strictly adhered to
  • Assist with prep work as needed
  • Transfers supplies and equipment between storage and work areas, by hand or using hand trucks
  • Cleans work area including equipment, floors, walls and cooking area
  • Keeps all kitchen wares and storage areas clean and orderly
  • Removes trash from dish room and transports to dumpster. Cleans and sanitizes garbage cans
  • Cleans and mops kitchen at end of shift and as required
  • Other duties as assigned
The Opportunity Prep Cook is an entry level, learning position. To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability that we will help you reach so you may advance to the next level. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions and/or meet the physical demands.
  • Follow core recipes and production lists to prep ingredients and ensure a quality and consistent outcome
  • Utilizes kitchen equipment to prepare food items such as: knives, slicers, whips, pots, warmers, steamers, grills, ovens etc.
  • Follow Operational Guidelines and department job aides (recipes and task lists) to ensure ingredients are ready to be used to avoid setbacks or delays in kitchen operations
  • Maintain appearance of food by refilling products, setting up supplies, and ensuring station is well-merchandised and signs are properly displayed
  • Makes suggestions to hesitant guests, adept at dealing with guests in a courteous and efficient manner
  • Ensure proper temperatures of hot and cold food following operational guidelines and state requirements
  • Perform opening/closing procedures including; cleaning stations, storing prepared food to maintain freshness and quality (label, dates and covers prepared food items), leaving the department ready for tasks to take place efficiently for the next shift
  • Properly handle products, equipment, keeps accurate logs and follows sanitation practices in accordance with food and human safety guidelines
  • Possess/Develop culinary knife skills which include safely using knives, sharpening and honing the edges of knives, and use them to chop, dice, julienne and mince
  • Learn, use and be able to explain basic cooking techniques and culinary terms
  • Assists dishwashers and receiving as needed
  • Assists with all cleaning responsibilities, during and at the end of each shift
  • Understand how to lift and move supplies safely and know when to ask for assistance
Position Details OPEN COOK POSITIONS
Vineyard Buffet Cook Full Time- 3 positions available
  • Schedule- Wednesday- Sunday 2:00 pm / 3:00 pm- Close
  • Schedule- Wednesday- Sunday 2:00 pm / 3:00 pm- Close
  • Schedule- Wednesday- Sunday 2:00 pm / 3:00 pm- Close
Platinum Grill Cook- 1 Position available
  • Part Time- Monday- Wednesday 10:30 am- 7:00 pm
Remedy Bar Cook- 1 Position available
  • Part Time
    • Friday 2:00 pm- Close
    • Saturday 4:00 pm- Close
Tim Hortons Cook- 1 Position available
  • Part Time- Monday- Thursday 2:30 pm- Close
OPEN PREP COOK POSITIONS
Vineyard Buffet Prep Cook Full Time- 3 positions available
  • Tuesday & Thursday-Sunday 8:00 am- 4:30 pm
  • Wednesday- Sunday 2:00 pm/3:00 pm- Close
  • Wednesday- Sunday 2:00 pm/3:00 pm- Close
OPEN DISHWASHER POSITIONS
Vineyard Buffet Dishwasher Full Time- 1 position available
  • Wednesday- Sunday 2:00/3:00 pm- Close
OPEN PORTER POSITION
Vineyard Buffet Porter Full Time- 1 position available
  • Wednesday- Friday 8:30 am- 4:30 pm
  • Saturday- Sunday 11:30 am- 8:00 pm
Who We Are Take your career beyond the ordinary to the extraordinary.
At Delaware North, you ll love where you work, who you work with, and how your day unfolds. Whether it s in sporting venues, casinos, airports, national parks, iconic hotels, or premier restaurants, there s no telling where your career can ultimately take you. We empower you to do great work in a company with 100 years of success, stability and growth. If you have drive and enjoy the thrill of making things happen - share our vision, grow with us.
Delaware North is one of the largest and most admired, privately-held hospitality companies in the world. Founded and owned by the Jacobs family for nearly 100 years, it is a global leader in hospitality and food service with operations in the sports, travel hospitality, restaurants and catering, parks, resorts, gaming and specialty retail industries. Delaware North has annual revenue exceeding $3 billion with 60,000 employee associates. To learn more, visit .
All applicants may be subject to a pre-employment background and/or drug testing.
Delaware North Companies, Incorporated and its subsidiaries consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, or any other legally protected status. Delaware North is an equal opportunity employer.
Associated topics: appetizer, breakfast, cocinera de produccion, commercial kitchen, cutter, food prep, food preparation, lunch, persona de parilla, prep cook

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Physician: Outpatient IM Physician For NY Finger Lakes Region With Par

Internists interested in Women's Health needed in the Finger Lakes region. Successful multispecialty group is growing. Opportunity for partnership after two years.OutpatientMonday - FridayCall 1:6; phone call only

Competitive salary, physicians earn upwards of $200KHave a fabulous quality of life in the beautiful wine country4 weeks vacation

Medical benefits

Relocation assistance

Positions open nationwide

Specialty-specific recruiting teams

Resources for CV writing and acing your interview

Help with licensing and credentialing

All at no cost to you
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Assembler

Job Description: Openings for 1st and 2nd shift position 

Position requires Steel Toe Shoes

Previous manufacturing assembly experience highly desirable

Under the direction of production supervision, the Production Assembler 1 builds the highest quality products at the lowest possible cost, meeting company production standards,customer specifications and delivery requirements, in accordance with company policies and procedures.

Ability to read and comprehend English assembly instructions, assembly drawings, and procedure manuals. Ability to operate a computer and communicate one on one with other employees of the organization.

Assemble products, following work instructions ensuring the highest quality products, meeting company product standards, production goals, and customer specifications and delivery requirements.


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Assembler - 3Rd Shift

Immediate opening for an Assembler in the Tipp, OH area.
3rd shift position working Monday-Friday, 11:00 pm - 7:00 am


Key Responsibilities:

  • Reviews and interpret assembly instructions
  • Determines if all parts are present and review materials for expiration
  • Assembles the product following proper PPE and instructions
  • Verifies throughout the process product is being assembled per the specifications by the use of measuring tools, calipers, or other methods to verify thickness, weight, etc.
  • Completes material transaction or other documentation necessary
  • Resolves assembly and production issues
  • Reports errors in production line
  • Maintains shop floor area clean and safe

Requirements:
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • 1+ year of assembly/manufacturing experience
  • Ability to clearly and effectively communicate both  verbally & written
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals
  • Ability to understand and carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form
  • Ability to lift and/or carry up to 40 lbs
Pay range (DOE):  $10.51/hour

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Fiber Optic Assembler

Our Company is an equal opportunity employer, offering employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, or citizenship unless legally required, and provides equal employment opportunity to disabled veterans, and veterans of the Vietnam era.

Position Summary

Use applicable interface devices and appropriate test equipment to monitor digital central offices and associated facilities.
Make decisions and take actions to insure uninterrupted service.
Respond to system messages and associated alarms to determine the root cause of network problems and to take appropriate corrective action.
Analyze switch performance, system faults, customer reports, initiating corrective actions when necessary.
Perform routine testing both on site and from remote test facilities, sometimes coordinating with other departments, customers, and other interconnecting telco personnel.
Maintain technical documentation, office records, drawings, archived printouts, and site logs.
Interpret and input complex software translation changes for system upgrades.
Perform routine and preventive maintenance on power distribution systems, including battery plants.
Perform routine system data backup to disk and tape.
Work with Central Office Installation and performs acceptance testing on new systems.
Assist in the alignment and testing of remote facilities, digital transmission spans, special circuits and associated transmission equipment.
Work with Testboard and Outside Plant personnel to isolate Outside Plant problems.
Perform outside plant testing during hours the Repair Center is not staffed.

Basic Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent
1-4 years of training/experience/education
Extensive knowledge of associated central office systems including: transmission, special circuits, T-carrier, fiber optic, and power distribution.
Ability to interpret schematic diagrams, office drawings, engineering change notices, circuit layout designs, technical manuals, and procedures.
Ability to climb ladders, to lift and maneuver 50 pounds, to differentiate colors, to use computer keyboard/mouse and a valid Alaska drivers license are critical for movement into this position.
Possess basic personal computer and typing skills.
Ability to work independently without direct supervision.
Ability to manage and coordinate multiple tasks.
Ability to work directly with internal and external customers in a professional manner.
Possess the necessary organizational skills and attitude to maintain a neat, clean, and orderly work area.

Our company is made up of highly talented, diverse, and motivated people who are dedicated to defining the business of politics. Headquartered in New York, we also have offices in Washington and London, as well as a vast network of experts around the world.


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Fiber Optic Assembler

Modern techniques like lean supply chain management, business and supply chain analytics are other key tools to develop a state of the art supply chain management strategy.

All above being important, we firmly believe that all good supply chain management comes from starting with how you best serve the customers and then develop the strategies to support this in the best and most efficient way.

Position Summary

Use applicable interface devices and appropriate test equipment to monitor digital central offices and associated facilities.
Make decisions and take actions to insure uninterrupted service.
Respond to system messages and associated alarms to determine the root cause of network problems and to take appropriate corrective action.
Analyze switch performance, system faults, customer reports, initiating corrective actions when necessary.
Perform routine testing both on site and from remote test facilities, sometimes coordinating with other departments, customers, and other interconnecting telco personnel.
Maintain technical documentation, office records, drawings, archived printouts, and site logs.
Interpret and input complex software translation changes for system upgrades.
Perform routine and preventive maintenance on power distribution systems, including battery plants.
Perform routine system data backup to disk and tape.
Work with Central Office Installation and performs acceptance testing on new systems.
Assist in the alignment and testing of remote facilities, digital transmission spans, special circuits and associated transmission equipment.
Work with Testboard and Outside Plant personnel to isolate Outside Plant problems.
Perform outside plant testing during hours the Repair Center is not staffed.

Basic Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent
1-4 years of training/experience/education
Extensive knowledge of associated central office systems including: transmission, special circuits, T-carrier, fiber optic, and power distribution.
Ability to interpret schematic diagrams, office drawings, engineering change notices, circuit layout designs, technical manuals, and procedures.
Ability to climb ladders, to lift and maneuver 50 pounds, to differentiate colors, to use computer keyboard/mouse and a valid Alaska drivers license are critical for movement into this position.
Possess basic personal computer and typing skills.
Ability to work independently without direct supervision.
Ability to manage and coordinate multiple tasks.
Ability to work directly with internal and external customers in a professional manner.
Possess the necessary organizational skills and attitude to maintain a neat, clean, and orderly work area.

Facts matter. Facts stay facts when they are collected from the root source and are reviewed through highly experienced eyes . With the right expertise and tools, fact-based decision making can improve efficiency, drive profitability and growth.


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Fiber Optic Assembler

Our Company is an equal opportunity employer, offering employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability, or citizenship unless legally required, and provides equal employment opportunity to disabled veterans, and veterans of the Vietnam era.

Position Summary

Use applicable interface devices and appropriate test equipment to monitor digital central offices and associated facilities.
Make decisions and take actions to insure uninterrupted service.
Respond to system messages and associated alarms to determine the root cause of network problems and to take appropriate corrective action.
Analyze switch performance, system faults, customer reports, initiating corrective actions when necessary.
Perform routine testing both on site and from remote test facilities, sometimes coordinating with other departments, customers, and other interconnecting telco personnel.
Maintain technical documentation, office records, drawings, archived printouts, and site logs.
Interpret and input complex software translation changes for system upgrades.
Perform routine and preventive maintenance on power distribution systems, including battery plants.
Perform routine system data backup to disk and tape.
Work with Central Office Installation and performs acceptance testing on new systems.
Assist in the alignment and testing of remote facilities, digital transmission spans, special circuits and associated transmission equipment.
Work with Testboard and Outside Plant personnel to isolate Outside Plant problems.
Perform outside plant testing during hours the Repair Center is not staffed.

Basic Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent
1-4 years of training/experience/education
Extensive knowledge of associated central office systems including: transmission, special circuits, T-carrier, fiber optic, and power distribution.
Ability to interpret schematic diagrams, office drawings, engineering change notices, circuit layout designs, technical manuals, and procedures.
Ability to climb ladders, to lift and maneuver 50 pounds, to differentiate colors, to use computer keyboard/mouse and a valid Alaska drivers license are critical for movement into this position.
Possess basic personal computer and typing skills.
Ability to work independently without direct supervision.
Ability to manage and coordinate multiple tasks.
Ability to work directly with internal and external customers in a professional manner.
Possess the necessary organizational skills and attitude to maintain a neat, clean, and orderly work area.

Our company is made up of highly talented, diverse, and motivated people who are dedicated to defining the business of politics. Headquartered in New York, we also have offices in Washington and London, as well as a vast network of experts around the world.


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Fiber Optic Assembler

Our clients include integrated oil companies, major mining multinationals, as well as several of the world's largest global electric utilities and power-generation firms. In addition, we work closely with the Global Markets group by supporting energy and commodity trading and sector analysis/portfolio management groups within financial institutions. We also collaborate with the other client services teams on a variety of strategic research projects and thematic workshops.

Position Summary

Use applicable interface devices and appropriate test equipment to monitor digital central offices and associated facilities.
Make decisions and take actions to insure uninterrupted service.
Respond to system messages and associated alarms to determine the root cause of network problems and to take appropriate corrective action.
Analyze switch performance, system faults, customer reports, initiating corrective actions when necessary.
Perform routine testing both on site and from remote test facilities, sometimes coordinating with other departments, customers, and other interconnecting telco personnel.
Maintain technical documentation, office records, drawings, archived printouts, and site logs.
Interpret and input complex software translation changes for system upgrades.
Perform routine and preventive maintenance on power distribution systems, including battery plants.
Perform routine system data backup to disk and tape.
Work with Central Office Installation and performs acceptance testing on new systems.
Assist in the alignment and testing of remote facilities, digital transmission spans, special circuits and associated transmission equipment.
Work with Testboard and Outside Plant personnel to isolate Outside Plant problems.
Perform outside plant testing during hours the Repair Center is not staffed.

Basic Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent
1-4 years of training/experience/education
Extensive knowledge of associated central office systems including: transmission, special circuits, T-carrier, fiber optic, and power distribution.
Ability to interpret schematic diagrams, office drawings, engineering change notices, circuit layout designs, technical manuals, and procedures.
Ability to climb ladders, to lift and maneuver 50 pounds, to differentiate colors, to use computer keyboard/mouse and a valid Alaska drivers license are critical for movement into this position.
Possess basic personal computer and typing skills.
Ability to work independently without direct supervision.
Ability to manage and coordinate multiple tasks.
Ability to work directly with internal and external customers in a professional manner.
Possess the necessary organizational skills and attitude to maintain a neat, clean, and orderly work area.

Primary Services

?Direct advisory services: We offer quarterly in-person commodity outlook presentations, tailored to client interests within our broad suite of thematic coverage. In addition, clients have full access to Eurasia Group's research platform of directors and senior analysts via phone and email.

?Regional and thematic research products: Our group's flagship product is Energy Trendwatch, which is distributed to clients on a weekly basis. Our clients also receive Eurasia Group's suite of daily, weekly, and monthly publications, ranging from event-driven notes to forward-looking regional and global outlooks.

?Tailored projects & consulting: We provide a variety of bespoke services in conjunction with Eurasia Group's regional research groups, including market-entry analysis, executive briefings, monitoring services, strategic planning, country studies, and sector-focused comparative risk modeling.


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Fiber Optic Assembler

We are a supply chain management consulting company. Our services cover all aspects of supply chain management, logistics and business analytics; from the strategies all the way through to successful implementations.

Our supply chain consultants are very experienced in supply chain management. This is combined with the sharpest mathematicians and analysts with the state of the art tools, who provide quantitative analytics. Most important is that we help you implement what we recommend, to insure the highest positive impact. Experience

  • Analytics

  • Implementation.

Position Summary

Use applicable interface devices and appropriate test equipment to monitor digital central offices and associated facilities.
Make decisions and take actions to insure uninterrupted service.
Respond to system messages and associated alarms to determine the root cause of network problems and to take appropriate corrective action.
Analyze switch performance, system faults, customer reports, initiating corrective actions when necessary.
Perform routine testing both on site and from remote test facilities, sometimes coordinating with other departments, customers, and other interconnecting telco personnel.
Maintain technical documentation, office records, drawings, archived printouts, and site logs.
Interpret and input complex software translation changes for system upgrades.
Perform routine and preventive maintenance on power distribution systems, including battery plants.
Perform routine system data backup to disk and tape.
Work with Central Office Installation and performs acceptance testing on new systems.
Assist in the alignment and testing of remote facilities, digital transmission spans, special circuits and associated transmission equipment.
Work with Testboard and Outside Plant personnel to isolate Outside Plant problems.
Perform outside plant testing during hours the Repair Center is not staffed.

Basic Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent
1-4 years of training/experience/education
Extensive knowledge of associated central office systems including: transmission, special circuits, T-carrier, fiber optic, and power distribution.
Ability to interpret schematic diagrams, office drawings, engineering change notices, circuit layout designs, technical manuals, and procedures.
Ability to climb ladders, to lift and maneuver 50 pounds, to differentiate colors, to use computer keyboard/mouse and a valid Alaska drivers license are critical for movement into this position.
Possess basic personal computer and typing skills.
Ability to work independently without direct supervision.
Ability to manage and coordinate multiple tasks.
Ability to work directly with internal and external customers in a professional manner.
Possess the necessary organizational skills and attitude to maintain a neat, clean, and orderly work area.

Our logistics consultants are hands-on, fact-based and focused on delivering results. The reduction of the logistics costs is always combined with efforts to improve the customer service level.

The service level usually improves with better control and a structured approach to get the fundamental prerequisites right. The results can also be in the form of shorter response time, risk reduction, reduction of carbon dioxide emissions or higher picking accuracy.



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