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Population Health Coordinator/Community Health Worker For Silver Otter Strategies/Glss/Planning & Development Department – Bilingual Russian
Population Health Coordinator/Community Health Worker for Silver Otter Strategies/GLSS/Planning & Development Department – Bilingual Russian
Planning and Development
Lynn, MA, USA
- Part Time Greater Lynn Senior Services offers comprehensive medical and dental plans, flexible spending accounts, 403(b) retirement savings plan with agency contribution, employer paid life insurance, short term and long term disability available to all eligible employees upon date of hire. Greater Lynn Senior Services compensation package includes a competitive salary, yearly pay for performance salary increases, a generous vacation, holiday and sick time policy.
Additional benefits include a wellness reimbursement, tuition reimbursement and wireless phone plan discount for all eligible employees. Email Me Similar JobsEmail Me This Job The PHC/CHW will provide support to consumers in general health issues and work closely w/the Kiosk Team, including RN's, Falls Prevention Specialists and Options Counselors. This may include personal coaching around daily routines including encouraging consumers to engage in exercise and other activities, which improve balance.
These supports can be delivered in the home, at community kiosks or at other appropriate sites. The PHC/CHW will also assist the Kiosk team in organizing group activities and delivering community education around critical health issues.
Bachelor's Degree preferred but not required.
Preferred experience in the health or social services field with an emphasis on community work, including conducting home visits with consumers. Applicants must have knowledge of consumer engagement techniques and familiarity with general health and wellness strategies. Strong interpersonal and coaching skills, ability to work in multicultural environments and with consumers with diverse health, behavioral health, and both formal/informal support needs.
Prospective applicants must demonstrate the capacity to effectively network with diverse community and regional agencies and resources. Candidates must have effective communication, interpersonal skills, and be proficient in databases such as Word, Excel and Outlook. Reliable transportation required.Fluency in Russian is a must! Hours: Part Time 20 hours per week (Monday-Friday) Flexible schedules available EOE/AA
Hair Stylist - Otter Creek Shopping Center
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Engineering Technician IV – Facility Operations
Sierra Lobo, offers customers a full range of professional and technical capabilities, including Test and Evaluation, Systems Engineering, and Advanced Technologies. We also develop products and processes related to Cryogenic Fluid and Thermal Management Systems, Densified Propellant Management Systems, and Prototype Extreme Pressure and Temperature Systems. Our customers include the Department of Defense (DoD), the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, Missile Defense Agency (MDA), and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). This position is located on the ETIS II contract at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center. EOE/Minority/Female/Disabled/Veteran FUNCTION OF POSITION Install, examine, replace, and repair equipment related to commercial/industrial HVAC systems. Read, write and interpret drawings, blueprints, and electrical schematics in order to perform component level repairs and cost estimate. Must have general mechanical aptitude to perform other production duties as assigned. Ability to work safely, follow directions and conduct quality and safety inspections. Must have the ability to make decisions, follow directions, and interact well with co-workers and customers. Understand and follow posted work rules/procedures and to accept constructive criticism. Some shift work and scheduled overtime will be required, as well as travel to other sites. May be cross-utilized and cross-trained to support all groups within Functional Support in order to develop mutually useful skills. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Install, examine, replace, and repair equipment related to commercial/industrial HVAC systems, including chillers, absorbers, generators, compressors, air handlers, refrigerant systems, and associated control systems.
Monitor (remotely and locally) and control HVAC systems to maintain specified temperature and humidity specifications in multiple clean room environments.
Repairs and maintains other mechanical and physical plant systems, including motors, pumps, valves, steam operated equipment, compressors, etc.
Read, write and interpret drawings, blueprints and schematics in order to perform component level repairs and cost estimates.
Must have general mechanical aptitude to perform other production duties as assigned.
Ability to work safely, follow directions and conduct quality and safety inspections. Must understand and follow posted work rules/procedures.
May be cross-utilized and cross-trained to support all groups within functional support areas.
May perform other duties associated within area of assignment as directed by lead personnel or management.
May perform temporary duties in other areas or other duties associated within area of assignment. NATURE OF POSITION CHALLENGES
Reviews, analyzes and integrates the technical work of others.
Ability to adapt to weekend and holiday support on short notice and extended hours as required.
May require remote monitoring of equipment and on-call status if problems arise that must be addressed remotely or on site. KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL REQUIREMENTS
Education or years’ experience commensurate with skill level required for position complexity as determined by management. At least eight years direct experience in HVAC trade working with commercial/industrial HVAC systems and/or building automation systems.
Must be licensed for handling refrigerants per State requirements.
Proven in-depth knowledge of related building codes regulations and ordinances. Proven ability to effectively read, interpret and work from plans, schematics and drawings. Prior experience in project estimation of labor, materials and equipment required.
Experience working with variable frequency drives (VFD’s) and PLC’s is desired
Experience working with high-sensitivity environments (ie, clean rooms) is desired
Ability to follow verbal and written instructions from Leads, engineering or management.
Ability to use own judgment and decisions to allow continuity of work flow.
Must be self-motivated and a “Team Player” with good interpersonal and communication skills.
Must be able to organize time, assignments and properly prioritize efforts for maximum effectiveness.
Must possess a valid driver’s license.
Must be capable of passing required physical examinations and successfully completing assigned training or other required training or certifications as directed by ETIS II management. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THE POSITION PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS
Works from ladders, scaffolding, catwalks, cranes, boatswain chairs, suspended platforms or cages, etc.
Works while bending, standing, stooping, kneeling or in a prone position for extended time periods.
Works in closely confined spaces.
Lift and carry items up to 35 pounds.
Pushes and pulls heavy objects.
Ability to use hearing and vision protection and respiratory equipment.
Ability to distinguish eight color panel display. WORK ENVIRONMENT
Work indoors and out in high and low temperatures and in all types of weather conditions.
Work in dusty, noisy, hot, high humidity, dirty, and greasy environment.
Work in areas where there may be materials that are irritating to eyes, nose, throat and skin while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment.
Work with other personnel in a group that is team-oriented.
Accept and work within established policies and procedures pertaining to company rules and regulations. EQUIPMENT AND MACHINES INVOLVED IN WORK TASK
Up to 1½ ton trucks and vehicles.
Man lifts such as JLG, Handy Herman, Bucket truck, etc.
Mechanical, electrical, and pneumatic hand tools.
Desktop computers utilizing Microsoft Office Suite software including Word and Excel. CRITICALITY OF ATTENDANCE Regular daily attendance and reporting on time is required to maintain shift effectiveness. Overtime (holidays, weekends, scheduled and unscheduled) and shift work may be required. I am able to perform the duties of this position with or without accommodations. Signature: Date: ID: 2017-1747 Level: Experienced (Non-Manager) Visa: Citizen only External Company Name: Sierra Lobo, Inc. External Company URL: www.sierralobo.com
Temporary Marine Relief Positions
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Job no:506238 Classification:Ext Temporary Trades Grade:Grade 75 Work type:Marine Worker, Temporary Administrative Unit:University of Alaska Fairbanks School/Business unit:School of Fisheries & Ocean Science Location:Seward Categories:Marine Worker
The R/V Sikuliaq, pronounced [see-KOO-lee-auk], is a 261-foot oceanographic research ship capable of bringing scientists to the ice-choked waters of Alaska and the polar regions. This is a recruitment pool for temporary relief positions for Marine Deck roles on the ship, specifically, for 2nd Mate, 3rd Mate, and AB unlimited.
The Sikuliaq, one of the most advanced university research vessels in the world, is able to break ice up to 2.5 feet thick. Constructed at Marinette Marine Corporation, a shipyard in Marinette, Wisconsin, the Sikuliaq is home ported in Alaska, at UAF's Seward Marine Center in Seward Alaska. Duties: *Bridge Operations-2nd Mate Normally stands 8 hours of navigational bridge watch, continuously monitoring the vessel''s position, plotting ship''s position, using and following chart plots, tracking ship''s movement using GPS, radar, celestial or terrestrial fixes, navigational aids; ; maintain logs and other records tracking the ships movements; supervises qualified and alert lookouts during watch at sea to ensure a properly maintained and efficient watch; checks to the helm steers correct courses, maneuvers ship, monitors communication and operational safety, under Master''s supervision, transits and facilitates and supports the efficient scientific operations of each voyage. Ensure that the proper procedures and safety practices are followed, check that bridge and navigation related machinery and equipment are in good working order.
*Bridge Operations-3rd Mate Normally stands 8 hours of navigational bridge watch, plotting ship''s position, following chart plots, tracking ship''s movement using GPS, radar, celestial or terrestrial fixes; posts qualified and alert lookouts during watch at sea to ensure a properly maintained and efficient watch; maintains required logs and records; checks that helm steers correct courses, maneuvers ship, under Master''s supervision, communicates and coordinates mission support with departments and research personnel to ensure operational readiness and efficient scientific operations of each voyage. Follows safety policies, procedures, and guidelines of ship''s safety management.
*Deck Operations-AB Unlimited As directed by the Chief Mate and Boatswain, this unlicensed Deck Department position is responsible for: maintenance of deck department spaces, decks, tools, equipment, machinery, small crafts, and associated gear; operation of all non-engineering area deck machinery, crafts adheres to safety guidelines, policies, and procedures; operating deck equipment including winches, A-frames, cranes, davits, and windlass; adhering to safe and proper operation of anchor windlass, capstans, cranes, winches and other deck machinery; loading and stowing stores, scientific equipment; handling lines, operating capstans, when mooring or unmooring from berth; operating windlass when anchoring; rigging of gangway and setting associated safety; properly lashing deck cargo and securing hatches. Able to work non-standard flexible watch hours; stand watch as look-out, helm as part of a bridge navigation watch; operate small boats.Essential Cleaning and Maintenance-AB Unlimited Performs routine preventative general maintenance of all Deck Department assigned interior and exterior areas including ship''s hull, deck, bulkheads, and superstructure; maintain sanitary cleanliness of ship; operating and maintaining deck machinery such as the cranes, davits, handling systems, A-frame, windlass and winches; care and protection of deck equipment and rigging.Essential Navigation and duties assigned-2nd Mate Maintains all navigational equipment, publications, and charts.
Maintains accurate navigational chart inventories and publication supply inventories and recommends orders. As Navigator, responsible for updating and correcting charts and publications, passage plans, science cruise plan entry of mission stations into Electronic Chart Display Information System (ECDIS). Ensures that all standard navigation day''s work is performed by all watches and that operational checklists are maintained. Plots voyage tracks for the Master''s approval using up-to-date Sailing Directions, Coast Pilot, Light List, Tide and Current Tables.
Ensures all required flags are aboard in good condition. Weather Officer: Responsible for gathering weather information, general maintenance of all weather related equipment assigned and adequate supplies are on board at all times.
Review consumables, track service to prevent unnecessary duplication. Responsible for radio and GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety System) radio. Routine inspections of bridge and navigation related machinery and equipment.
Ensures bridge electronics, alarms systems and lights are in good working order; provides training to all watch personnel on the bridge in safe navigational practices and in the proper use of navigational equipment to include deck alarm systems, fixed fire, smoke, flooding systems, security rounds and systems, and gangway watch procedures. Ability to operate small boats. Assists the deck when tying up the vessel.
Actively serve in duties as defined by the Master, as part of ship''s safety management and emergency preparedness.
Actively participate in all emergency drills and situations and performs other duties as assigned. Member of firefighting and emergency response teams.
Perform other related duties as required. Prepares and maintains turnover notes for reliefs.
Perform and assist with other related duties as required or directed.Essential Safety Officer, Small Boat Officer, and Duties Assigned-3rd Mate Responsible under supervision of the Chief Mate, for the condition and repair of the lifeboats, life rafts, life rings, life jackets, and other lifesaving equipment, all fire fighting, damage control and other safety or emergency equipment, that is not delegated to other departments.
Prepares reports and submits requisitions to the Chief Mate for approval. Advises crew as to their emergency stations and duties during emergencies and emergency drills; if assigned to command a life raft or rescue boat, musters the crew, instructing them in their duties and in proper handling of survival gear EPIRBS, SARTS, immersion suits, and thermal protection. Maintains accurate and orderly damage control locker, emergency supply inventories, service records, and order status.
Follows and maintains historical and current documentation requirements and regulations for inspections. Performs inspection, maintenance, and inventories of all lifesaving, emergency, damage control, and designated personal protective equipment. Follows safety policies and procedures.
Operate small boats. Assists deck with vessel mooring, loading and stowage. Actively serve in duties as defined by the Master, as part of ship''s safety management and emergency preparedness.
Actively participate in all emergency drills and situations and performs other duties as assigned. Member of firefighting and emergency response teams.
Prepares and maintains turnover notes for reliefs.
Perform and assist with other related duties as required or directed.Essential Safety-AB Unlimited Adheres to safe working practices ensuring safety of all hands involved in deck related operations through training, use proper safety equipment, and following safety procedures and guidelines. Understands pertinent safety, environmental, regulatory rules and regulations. Keeps Chief Mate and Boatswain well informed on a daily basis.
Member of firefighting and emergency response teams. Able to assume the duties of the cox''n or man in charge of the life raft or rescue boat. Perform other related duties as required.Essential The 261' global class, ice-capable research vessel SIKULIAQ will have a crew of 20 (9 deck, 8 engineer, 3 steward) along with 2 shipboard science system technicians.
The Seward Marine Center (SMC) campus is a 13 acre field station under the School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences on the waterfront of Resurrection Bay (www.Seward.com). The job is as a crew member on board SIKULIAQ and there is no need to live in Seward. This is a temporary relief position for Marine Deck positions on the ship. This Job listing is for 2nd Mate, 3rd Mate, and AB unlimited. *Reporting to the Master, the Second Mate is a deck watch officer aboard SIKULIAQ at sea and in port in the Deck Department and assists the Master and Chief Mate with duties; designated the ship's navigation officer; maintains all navigation, GMDSS weather, equipment, publications, charts, flags, inventories, and prepares information for the bridge.
Plots voyage tracks for Master's approval. *Reporting to the Master, the Third Mate is a Deck Watch Officer and assists the Master and senior deck officers with duties as assigned. As designated the ship's Safety Officer, maintains lifesaving, fire fighting, damage control and other emergency equipment. Is vessel's small boat safety officer and assists in training the crew in emergency drill procedures.
Stands inport security watch. Assists deck when tying up the vessel. Follows and ensures safety policies and procedures. *Able-Bodied Seaman Unlimited (AB) general shipboard duties include: operating and maintaining deck machinery such as the cranes, windlass or winches, over the side science gear; rigging and cargo stowage & handling; assist in handling science equipment on deck for deployment and retrieval of science packages; overhaul and install any running or standing rigging on the ship, splice wire or fiber line, to work aloft and over the side of the ship, and to be able to sew, repair, and mend canvas; prepare surfaces, properly mixing and applying paint; helmsman and competent lookout as a member of the navigational bridge watch; maintain the bridge in a clean and shipshape condition; handle mooring and operate equipment for mooring the ship; maintain assigned passageways; work with small boats; member of emergency and lifesaving teams.
Applicants will be required to provide documentation of participation in random drug testing program for at least 60 of the preceding 185 days, did not have any positive test results, and did not refuse to take a required test. If not under employment, where a random drug testing program exists, the applicant shall provide a completed test indicating they are free of illegal substance abuse, when requested by Seward Marine Center, prior to employment. Testing will be for the presence of cocaine, opiates, marijuana (THC), amphetamines and PCP (phencyclidine). Testing will be in accordance with the Department of Transportation Program and testing shall be in accordance with United States Coast Guard Drug and Alcohol Testing guidelines outlined in the Federal Register 46 C.F.R. 4, 5, and 16.
Each applicant must submit the following legible documents to be considered for the position: a) resume b) three professional work references with complete contact information c) legible copy of USCG MMC, unlimited oceans submit all pages) TWIC card d) MMC Medical certificate e) legible copy of valid state driver's license front and back f) legible copy of U.S. Passport In addition, the 2nd Mate and 3rd Mate must submit ECDIS & GMDSS (in MMC) Documentation and VPDSD or VSO Documents (either in MMC or proof of completion). *If you have questions regarding the relief positions or qualifications, please contact Doug Baird Port Captain, at 907-224-4300. *If you need assistance applying to this posting, please contact the UAF Office of Human Resources at 907-474-7700. SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Background Check: The successful applicant may be required to complete a background check. Any offer of employment is contingent on the background check.
At-Will: Pursuant to Board of Regents’ Policy 04.01.055.B, temporary, extended temporary, adjunct, student, casual labor, regular new hire probationary employees and those positions designated by the president as officers and senior administrators of the university are employed at-will. Training Policy:
It is the policy of the University of Alaska Fairbanks that all employees are required to attend training to meet the requirements of the positions they hold, and to complete the required training within a specified period of time to remain employed at UAF. The policy can be located at: http://www.uaf.edu/chancellor/policy/04.07.010/ Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action: The University of Alaska is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer and educational institution.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status, physical or mental disability, marital status, changes in marital status, pregnancy or parenthood, genetic code or retaliation. Drug-Free Workplace: Pursuant to Board of Regent’ Policy 04.02.040, the University of Alaska is a Drug-Free Workplace.
This prohibits the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensing, possession, or use by an employee of a controlled substance in any workplace of the university. Tobacco-Free Campus: UAF Campus is a tobacco free campus. For more information, please go to:http://www.uaf.edu/tobaccofreecampus/ Advertised:19 Jun 2017Alaskan Daylight Time Applications close:
Engineer Test 1
Engineer Test 1 Department/Cost Center: 75826 TEST & TRIALS
External Job Description:
Designs, develops, and implements testing methods and equipment. Plans and arranges the labor, schedules, and equipment required for testing and evaluating standard and special devices.
Provides test area with parameters for sample testing and specifies tests to be performed. Compiles data and defines changes required in testing equipment, testing procedures, manufacturing processes, or new testing requirements. Responsible for testing all customer samples and for special tests that cannot be performed in the test area.
Auto req ID: 20317BR
Marketing Title: Test & Trials Test Engineer 1
Bachelors degree plus four (4) years experience Propulsion or Auxiliary Ship Systems Operations or HS diploma/GED plus twelve (12) years experience with a minimum of four (4) years Propulsion or Auxiliary Ship Systems Operations required. Equivalent shipboard Boatswain Mate/Navy/Maritime experience acceptable in lieu of technical training or college.
Entity: INGALLS SHIPBUILDING
Clearance Type: None
Travel: Yes, 25% of the time
Company Statement: Huntington Ingalls Industries is America’s largest military shipbuilding company and a provider of professional services to partners in government and industry. For more than a century, HII’s Newport News and Ingalls shipbuilding divisions in Virginia and Mississippi have built more ships in more ship classes than any other U.S. naval shipbuilder.
HII’s Technical Solutions division provides a wide range of professional services through its Fleet Support, Integrated Missions Solutions, Nuclear and Environmental, and Oil and Gas groups. Headquartered in Newport News, Virginia, HII employs nearly 37,000 people operating both domestically and internationally.
Relocation Assistance: No relocation assistance available
Minimum Education: High School Diploma/GED
Location: Pascagoula-Mississippi-United States
US Citizenship Required for this Position: No
EEO Statement: Equal Opportunity Employer - Veterans/Disabled Welcome. U.S. citizenship required for most positions.
Five (5) years experience as Test and Trials Technician. Microsoft Office experience preferred.
Yacht Broker Sales Representative
Castaways is seeking an ambitious and experienced full-time Yacht Broker to join our sales team. As a Yacht Broker, this person will be responsible for selling Beneteau, Gran Turismo, Swift Trawler and Monte Carlo yachts, the continued growth of Castaways’ yacht brokerage, and continuing to develop long term relationships with clients. Castaways will provide immense resources to Yacht Brokers, with emphasis on print and internet marketing, state-of-the art website, and consistent boat show participation. In addition, the Yacht Broker will:
· Develop long standing relationships with yacht owners and prospective buyers
· Effectively communicate and negotiate with high net-worth individuals
· Utilize Castaways aggressive advertising program, including YachtWorld.com
· Participate in boat shows throughout the east coast, to include Ft. Lauderdale, Miami, Newport and New York.
· Collaborate with Castaway’s lead management system to organize and manage leads
· Continue to provide after sales support for yacht buyers and owners
· Work independently, while also collaborating with other brokers in a team environment
We are seeking a Yacht Broker Sales Representative to join our team! You will resolve customer questions and offer solutions to drive company revenue.
- Previous experience in sales, customer service, or other related fields
- Familiarity with CRM platforms
- Ability to build rapport with clients
- Strong negotiation skills
- Deadline and detail-oriented
2+ Years Experience as a Yacht Broker with an established client base
Strong communication, organizational and entrepreneurial skills
Focused on world class service for nearly 50 years, Castaways Yacht Club’s full-service yacht club and marina is renowned on Long Island Sound. Located in New Rochelle, New York, Castaways is the authorized representative for Beneteau, Gran Turismo, Swift Trawler and Monte Carlo yachts from 34-105 feet.
Our extensive facility boasts deep water dock slips and floating docks, a reliable service department, and a team of Yacht Brokers for our line of new yachts. Castaway’s full service repair and maintenance facility is open year round and our talented team of technicians has over 100 years of mechanical experience. Winter storage is available to members with both wet and dry storage. Our marina also features a clubhouse and restaurant; swimming pool and patio lounge area, barbeque pits and picnic areas, free wireless internet, fuel dock, and restrooms and showers. Our sheltered marina in New Rochelle Harbor also provides protection from even the worst storms, including Hurricane Sandy, when Castaways sustained zero damage! Castaways also have sales offices located at Brewer’s Capri Marina in Port Washington, NY and at the Saybrook Point Marina & Inn, in Old Saybrook, CT.
Shipyard Trades - Navy Veterans
Seeking Skill Shipyard Trades to work in Hampton Roads, VA / Pearl Harbor, HI / Kittery, ME
Excellent opportunity for transitioning Navy veterans looking to gain civilian experience.
- Diesel Mechanics (Must have shipboard experience)
- Marine Insulators
- Structural welders
- Pipe Welders
- Sheet Metal Mechanics
- Pump Mechanics
- Valve Mechanics
- Spray Painters or Brush & Roll Painters
- Outside Machinist
- Shipwrights/Stage Builders/Scaffold Builders
- Inside Machinist – Conventional & CNC
- Marine electricians
- Deck Tile Installers
- Ship Superintendent
Transitioning for Military Veterans:
- Damage Controlman
- Machinist Mates
- Gas Turbine Mechanics
- Hull Technicians
- Electrician Mates
- Machinery Repairman
- Boatswain Mates
- Aviation Boatswain Mate
- Deck Seaman
- Must have Reliable Transportation
- 3+ years of Shipyard Experience or Navy equivalent
Pay range from $15-$29.00/hr. Per Diem and travel available for some contracts. Having held a security clearance would be a definite plus. US Navy Personnel strongly encouraged to apply.
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Experienced Deckhand- Unlicensed & Licensed
Deckhands perform deck operations which include: set and haul back fishing nets, release fish into the hold; clean, maintain and organize fishing gear; maintain and repair nets and equipment; operate deck gear, hoists and cranes; maintain and operate skiff and life rafts; follow directions in the case of an emergency and work under the direction of the captain and mate. Deckhands participate in vessel offload and backload which may last longer the regular 16.5 hours per day work schedule. Deckhands may work in many areas of the vessel including the trawl deck, factory, freezer hold, or on adjoining docks or vessels during offload or backload. Deckhands also perform the work of a fish processor (see fish processor job description).
Deckhands work at least 16.5 hours per day, 7 days per week. Work hours may be extended during offload or backload which may result in uneven shifts and sleep patterns.
While performing the duties of this job, deckhands are regularly exposed to outdoor weather conditions, moving machinery, trawl gear and various species of fish. Deckhands are also exposed to wet, humid and freezing conditions, and may be exposed to high, precarious places, vibration and risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is usually loud. Deckhands work onboard a vessel in the ocean which by nature produces varying degrees of motion onboard.
Protective Clothing and Equipment:
Protective clothing and equipment that is used consistently: storm weather clothing, mustang suit/jacket, rain gear, gloves, rubber boots, hardhat, noise suppression devices. Also used as required: safety goggles, life preserver, survival suit, skiff, life rafts, SCBA, fire extinguishing gear.
Materials, Tools, Equipment and Work Aids:
Commercial fishing equipment such as trawl gear, net reels, hoists, cranes, hooks, slings, winches, hydraulic equipment, knives, shovels, net mending equipment, common hand and power tools, and two-way radios.
Job Requirements that are Common to All Positions:
All employees must be able to:
- Understand and follow instructions, directions, safety rules and procedures in English.
- Board and exit the vessel by gangplank or Jacob’s ladder without assistance.
- Board or exit a skiff without assistance in all weather conditions.
- Ascend and descend steep stairways and ladders in all temperatures.
- Work at least 16 ½ hours per day, 7 days per week for the duration of the contract.
- Perform repetitive tasks for extended periods of time.
- Work long hours in all kinds of weather.
- Lift and carry weight in excess of 50 pounds repeatedly.
- Work in a cold and wet environment.
- Don life jacket, life vest and/or survival suit without assistance.
- Live and work with others in close quarters.
- Be away from medical care and supervision for 3+ months at a time.
- Share crew quarters, bathroom facilities, and common dining areas with other crew members.
- Must be able to pass pre-employment and random drug tests per USCG regulations.
Deckhands must be able to:
- Safely and competently work in extreme weather and sea conditions as needed.
- Prepare trawl nets and gear for use.
- Guide nets, cod-ends and lines onto a net drum during haulbacks.
- Release fish into holding tanks.
- Clean and repair nets and fishing gear.
- Operate and maintain hoists, cranes and other equipment used to load/unload product and supplies.
- Tie and untie the vessel to other vessels or the dock.
- Operate and maintain safety equipment such as the skiff and life rafts.
- Safely transfer crew on/off the vessel.
- Keep trawl decks and other open decks organized and clear of debris.
- Must be able to communicate and understand visual or verbal directions over loud background noise.
While performing the duties of this job, employees are required to stand and walk; lift weights of 75 to 100 pounds for full range from floor to above their head repeatedly; use fingers, hands and arms to push, pull and reach; bend and twist; stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. Employees must be able to hear, understand and follow instructions in English.
Catcher processor deck experience.
USCG Basic Firefighting.
USCG Drill Instructor training.
Technical Lead(Network,Oracle)(Job Id:Rfp-157740)
Technical Lead(Network,Oracle)(Job ID:RFP-157740)
Full-time Company Description Computer Consultants International, Inc. (CCI) is an IT Consulting Firm with more than 18 years experience providing effective, expert-level services in industries such as Construction, Technology, Finance, Healthcare, and Government. CCI focuses on building long-term relationships while completing projects from design to delivery. People are CCI's key component for success. Recruiting utmost-quality individuals for our clients, CCI fields a workforce of individuals who are selected not only because of their technical qualifications but also for their achievements as substantial, contributing human beings. In government work and in the commercial market, high standards of ethics and accountability are critical. Therefore our people are chosen for their integrity and ability to maintain relationships, as well as expertise in their field. To learn more about CCI, visit us online at www.cci-worldwide.com. Job Description The department is seeking a Candidate to move the client data from the on-premise hosted server to a cloud based hosted solution. This would include regular maintenance to any server hardware or software including but not limited to the operating system of the server and the applications necessary to support the Client’s environment. This may include moving and managing GIS data, Consent Decree data, and various other modules that are needed to support the Client’s desire to get the most functionality out of the application. Qualifications
Candidate should have experience in performing Data migration of current server data to hosted cloud platform such as Amazon Web Services or Google Cloud Platform
Candidate should have experience in Upgrading to latest version (15.1, 4.1)
Candidate should have experience in updating any supporting software (O.S., Antivirus, Client Modules, and Storeroom)
Candidate should have experience in removing any Service Requests from previous integrations with Motorola CSR
Candidate should have experience in Supporting the Client application to Oracle Client Interface (may require re-writing interface or updating to hosted environment)
Candidate should have experience in Provide ongoing support of Client’s environment
Candidate should have experience in Providing access to Server as requested by the Client
Candidate should have experience in Cleaning up /scrubbing the enlarged data Base for Duplicate work order templates, old employees, old materials, duplicate work orders, old work orders that were imported in from the old Otter System - they begin with an O
Candidate should have experience in removing the old SR data
Candidate should have experience in Including an Oracle Payroll employee interface to update the City works Public Works, Waste Resources, and Transportation employees weekly
Candidate should have experience in providing the duplication of the existing Waste Resources Division City works Store Room to Oracle General Ledger interface to be configured to a hosted environment
Candidate should have experience & thorough knowledge of the differences associated with municipal government as opposed to those of the private sector with regard to security, open records, data availability and public safety considerations.
Candidate should have experience in moving and managing GIS data, Consent Decree data, and various other modules
Candidate should have experience in knowledge transfer and training team members Additional Information For immediate consideration, please send your resume to hire(at)cci-worldwide.com with "Technical Lead(Network,Oracle)(Job ID:RFP-157740)TN" as the subject line. I'm interested
Otter Tail Power Company has an opening for a full-time Business Coordinator in Fergus Falls, MN. A bachelor’s degree in business, accounting or equivalent work experience is required.
Must have excellent communication and computer skills; be detailed oriented, capable of managing similar tasks across several projects and meet deadlines; understand budgets, forecasts, cash flows, cash commitments, project accounting, billing processes, and administration of construction funds. Requires long term focus of project requirements. Must be able to manage smaller project schedules without supervision.
Successful applicant will assist in project management activities including billing, budget preparation and updates, progress tracking, and report writing/production. Organize and lead minor aspects of a project, such as, tracking contract requirements and work being completed, vendor damage reconciliation, material inventory, financial reconciliation, and action items. This will include monitoring payment schedules, progress tracking, manage escrow/trust accounts, reconciliation of invoices to contract requirements, and reporting requirements to ensure projects are managed within budget and on schedule.
Support other department requirements. Perform budgeting activities to include project and department capital, expense and revenue budgets. Track MISO costs in Interconnection agreements.
Track funding of the GIA agreement and notify project team of potential shortfalls. Submit and coordinate capital budget requests for new projects. Gather contract requirements such as lien waivers and partial lien waivers.
Establish and maintain invoice and payment schedules. Otter Tail Power Company offers a competitive wage and benefit package. In addition to the online application, please upload a current resume.
Applications accepted through January 26, 2018. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities The contractor will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. However, employees who have access to the compensation information of other employees or applicants as a part of their essential job functions cannot disclose the pay of other employees or applicants to individuals who do not otherwise have access to compensation information, unless the disclosure is (a) in response to a formal complaint or charge, (b) in furtherance of an investigation, proceeding, hearing, or action, including an investigation conducted by the employer, or (c) consistent with the contractor’s legal duty to furnish information. Posted: January 13, 2018
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