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Seasonal Retail - Selling Floor Lead, Part Time: Mid Rivers
The Seasonal Selling Floor Lead will be responsible for prioritizing the customer experience through active supervision and enhancing the service culture. As part of the Store Leadership Team, you will have a key role in communicating expectations and priorities to associates. You will help create a fun and engaging store environment for customers and associates. As an advocate for the customer, you will role model and provide fast feedback on how to make every customer experience optimal. You will be an expert in satisfying the customer and driving results through promotional and Omni selling initiatives.
In order to present our customers with the best holiday shopping experience, many of our Seasonal Selling Floor Lead Associates arrive prior to store opening and remain after closing to ensure we are ready to make Macy's magic. Seasonal associates will have the opportunity to work a flexible schedule on a temporary basis, which may include early mornings, evenings, weekends and busy events such as the day after Thanksgiving and the day after Christmas. And don't forget - just in time for holiday shopping, you will receive an employee discount of up to 20% starting your first day!
Provide Active Supervision by continually circulating the selling floor, directing associates and supporting daily priorities to optimize the customer experience and increase sales. Redirecting support as needed.
Lead shop activities to ensure customer readiness and exceptional presentation standards. Alert MyShop Manager of any opportunities that are not aligned with this goal.
Role model ability to build lasting customer relationships ― provide associates with fast-feedback and redirection to foster the same behaviors, and recognize associates for practicing them.
Help build a proactive and solution-oriented customer centric culture in shop to ensure consistent customer experiences.
Meet with MyShop Manager daily to discuss specific associate coaching needs based on observed customer interactions and redirection already provided. Coach associates based on MyShop Manager direction, and enter into MyStore App.
Oversee associate execution and completion of shop daily Fulfillment responsibilities.
Ability to perform interviews and recognize friendly, customer-focused individuals to be hired into Selling and Support Associate roles.
Have practical knowledge of store systems ― POS, MPOS, RF equipment, MyClient, MyStore App ― and ability to educate others.
Handle various responsibilities related to the physical operation of the facility, including activities required to open and close the building, as well as involvement in daily back-of-house functions.
Regular, dependable attendance & punctuality.
Bachelor's degree preferred.
Previous retail experience required.
At least one year of supervisory experience preferred.
Effective verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to engage with customers and find appropriate service solutions.
- Basic math functions such as addition, subtraction, and calculating percentages coupled with the ability to use mobile devices.
- Self-starter, able to work independently and as part of a team and must have good time management skills.
This position involves constant moving and standing. Involves standing for at least two consecutive hours. Involves lifting at least 30 lbs.
May occasionally involve reaching, stooping, kneeling, crouching, and climbing ladders.
May involve reaching above eye level. Involves close vision, color vision, depth perception, and focus adjustment.
Ability to collaborate and function as a member of a team, as well as working independently.
Must possess a strong sense of urgency.
Should be comfortable with the use of computers, mobile technology, and frequent use of RF equipment.
- Flexible with scheduling and available to work retail hours, which may include day, evening, weekends, and/or holidays, based on department and store/company needs.
This job description is not all inclusive. Macy's Inc. reserves the right to amend this job description at any time. Macy's Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment.
WIS International is one of the leading inventory service companies and our success starts with our Team Members. Currently, WIS International employs more than 10,000 employees worldwide.
If you enjoy working in a team environment, visiting different work locations daily and having a sense of accomplishment at the end of the work day, we may be the work destination for you. We are always on the look-out for new, motivated people to join our team.
Inventory Associates perform inventory tasks at a customer's store or warehouse physically counting merchandise, supplies, products, etc.
We are hiring Inventory Associates for our St Louis office
This is an entry level position starting at $ 10.00.
Van transportation provided to assignment outside the local area
Flexible SchedulingNo Experience needed
Raises based on productivity
Paid TrainingRequirementsApplicants must be
18 years or older
Possess the stamina to stand for extended periods of time
Move and bend frequently
Ability to climb ladders and reach merchandise regularly, with or without reasonable accommodations
Reliable transportation to
Internet access to check work schedule
In addition to being an Inventory Associates you may earn extra by becoming a company approved driver. Approved drivers (no CDL needed) are paid at $ 10.00 while driving and when not driving are performing Inventory Associate task at the rate of $ 11.00.
Must be able to pass a background check
Guest Services Rep Full Time-104010
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES & COMPETENCIES
Ability to read and speak English proficiently and interact with guests, associates and law enforcement.
Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals
Ability to apply good judgment at all times.
Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations.
Ability to understand and follow guidelines, procedures and company standards.
ENVIRONMENTAL JOB REQUIREMENTS
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; talk or hear; and taste or smell. The employee frequently is required to reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
While performing the duties of this job, the employee frequently works in outside weather conditions and is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions. The employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles and toxic or caustic chemicals.
Associate may be asked to travel to help additional locations within a reasonable geography.
- High School Diploma or General Education Degree( GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
POSITION PURPOSE AND SUMMARY
The guest service representative position must demonstrate and promote a strong commitment to providing the best possible experience for our guests and associates. The position is responsible for assisting guests at all times, checking in and checking guests out in accordance with company guidelines and procedures. The position is also responsible for completing all necessary front office daily paperwork, ensuring that all safety and security procedures are in place in accordance with company guidelines and standards for all associates and guests.
MAJOR / KEY JOB DUTIES
Demonstrates and promotes a 100% commitment to providing the best possible experience for our guests and associates.
Job function to include assisting guests at all times, responding to all guest requests with diligent follow through, processing reservations, registration, payment, and departures in accordance with company guidelines and procedures.
Job functions to include selling the value of ESA to all inquiries (via telephone and in person) and strives to convert them into reservations and occupied rooms in compliance with company standards.
Job functions to include collecting all relevant guest information, probing for potential sales leads and identifying opportunities.
Job functions to include empowerment to resolve guest issues through the Make it Right process. GSR must embrace ESA's service culture and treat all guest and associates with the utmost of respect and kindness.
Job functions to include handling collection efforts of all in-house balances. The GSR is responsible for accounting all cash, check, credit card and city ledger accounts through the property management system.
Job function to include a thorough understanding of the property management system, working through all shift reports and performing the audit function when necessary and assigned.
Job function to include setup, maintenance and take down of the breakfast when required by time of day.
Job function to include maintaining an organized and clean work area behind the front desk, lobby and guest commons, in compliance with company standards.
Job function to include periodic tours of the property to ensure safety and security of all associates and guests. Report all safety and security issues directly to the manager.
Compliance with all safety and security policies and procedures
Assisting to clean any areas of the hotel as assigned by the manager when needed to include but not limited to font desk, associate break room, guest laundry, fitness room, vending areas, stairwells and common areas.
Cross training into the housekeeping and laundry areas so that assistance can be given as needed.
Responsible for maintaining overall hotel cleanliness
And any other duties as requested by the management team.
Dental Assistant (General Dentistry Practice) - St Peters
As a Dental Assistant with an Aspen Dental-branded practice, you'll have the support you need to reach your career goals. From best-in-class learning and development programs, a commitment to promoting from within, and a competitive salary and benefits package, you'll have opportunities to not only expand your career, but your life. Commitment to continuous development and promoting from within means your career path is limitless. We're on a mission to give America a healthy mouth. Dental Assistants who join an Aspen practice work for a licensed dentist and live that mission every day by supporting the clinical needs of your practice's patients and doctors. Not only can you maximize your career potential, but you can make a real difference in the lives of patients.
About Aspen Dental-branded practices
Aspen Dental-branded practices are independently owned and operated by licensed dentists. The practices receive non-clinical business support services from Aspen Dental Management, Inc., a dental support organization.
Assist the dentist during a variety of treatment procedures
Set up and breakdown operatory post treatment
Take dental radiographs (x-rays)
Manage infection control - prepare and sterilize instruments and equipment
Provide patients with instructions for oral care following all dental treatment procedures
Educate patients on appropriate oral hygiene strategies to maintain oral health
Perform various office tasks as necessary
Minimum Education and Experience
Dental Assistant Certificate where state regulations specify
High School Diploma or equivalent
Early Head Start Teacher
YOUTH IN NEED
Job Title: Early Head Start Teacher
Reports To: Center Manager/Assistant Center Manager
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Purpose of Job: The role of the Early Head Start Teacher is to provide a safe, predictable, nurturing and inclusive classroom environment that is responsive to childrens interests and needs. In partnership with the parent/guardian, formulate individualized child development goals and engage families in identifying their strengths/needs/interests to lay a foundation for lifelong family success. An Early Head Start Teacher will demonstrate knowledge of the theories of child growth and development, early childhood education and family support, understand the underlying philosophy of Head Start; promoting and supporting childrens social/emotional, cognitive, language and physical development. An Early Head Start Teacher will work with their co-teacher and Support Teacher in planning and implementing curriculum and assessment, providing individualized attention to the children in order to enhance their development, establish and maintain an appropriate learning environment, with attention to standards of health, safety, organization, and aesthetics. An Early Head Start teacher will lead and model professionalism and teamwork within the teaching team and the agency by developing and maintaining supportive, professional relationships with children and their families to enhance parent education, communication, involvement and advocacy.
Contribute to Youth In Needs Mission: To build on the strengths of children, youth and families so they find safety, hope and success in life.
Share Youth In Needs Vision: Youth In Need will be the leader and driving force for future generations in helping children, youth and families to realize their potential and positively impact their communities.
Embrace the Strengths Based Philosophy: Youth In Need recognizes and emphasizes the strengths of all staff, children, youth and families.
Value Youth In Needs Culture of Inclusion and Diversity. Youth In Needs Diversity Definition: Believing in the power of potential, Diversity is intentionally embracing and valuing the differences and similarities, both visible and invisible, that make us who we areone community. Together our attitudes, actions, policies and physical environment are vital to ensure that all feel comfortable, respected and included regardless of race, sex, gender identity or expression, age, income, faith, ability, political affiliation, sexual orientation or cultural background.
See, Say, Do! Stay alert and engaged at all times. If a concern arises regarding safety or quality, communicate the concern and take action to improve the situation.
Uphold ethical practice, transparency, professionalism, confidentiality and personal accountability in all work.
Collaborate with and mentor others.
I. Leadership (5%)
Develop and provide classroom-specific orientation for Supports and Substitute Teachers.
Facilitate portions of the on the job training (OJT) in conjunction with the Center Manager for EHS staff.
Provide direction and support to Support Teachers, Parents, and Volunteers assisting in the classroom.
Use a team approach to coach and mentor Support Teachers to increase quality of services.
II. Environment (30%)
Maintain group size, ratio, and supervision of children at all times (1 teacher to 4 children EHS/ 1 teacher to 10 children HS) by following established protocol regarding counting children and Head Start Performance Standards.
Ensure that all children are released only to a parent, legal guardian, or other individuals designated in writing by the parent or legal guardian.
Conduct ongoing safety assessments of indoor/outdoor classroom environment per Head Start Performance Standards, State Licensing and Youth In Need policy. Safety concerns will be addressed immediately in accordance with policy and procedure.
Follow Youth In Need Policy, Head Start Performance Standards (HSPS), and Missouri State licensing regulations for safety, health, hygiene, and sanitation.
Create an environment that represents childrens and familys backgrounds, cultures, language and displays their work.
Create and maintain an appropriate classroom learning environment that has a consistent daily schedule, routines and rituals.
Complete daily and monthly classroom monitoring responsibilities.
Complete and maintain inventory of supplies and an equipment list to ensure that materials are plentiful, in good repair, and have a designated space.
III. Teaching & Learning (35%)
Provide safe and developmentally enriching caregiving, which promotes the physical, cognitive, language, and social/emotional development of infants/toddlers/twos and prepares them for future growth and development.
Be attuned and responsive to the needs of children in your care in order to foster healthy development and secure attachment.
Actively engage in play with infants/toddlers/twos. Approach child-led play as the means to which communication and connections develop.
Create an environment which embraces curriculum and playfulness, in the indoor and outdoor learning environments while utilizing a team approach with other teachers.
Develop, prepare for, and implement learning experiences based on Curriculum, Head Start Performance Standards (HSPS), the Head Start Child Development and Early Learning Framework, and Family Engagement Outcomes, that follow childrens ideas and interests, support individual childrens learning goals, and advance childrens progress towards school readiness.
Create a safe and supportive child-led atmosphere that encourages children to explore possibilities. Support childrens critical thinking and problem solving skills by providing hands-on opportunities that allow children to create, explore, experiment, and predict. Utilize effective questioning to increase childrens knowledge and learning.
Interact with children in a nurturing, respectful, and responsive manner by showing sensitivity to each childs developmental needs by making accommodations and adaptations as necessary.
Strategize and implement positive supports for children who may have distinct behavioral needs.
Create and implement classroom routines, transitions and rituals, which are taught to and individualized for children using a variety of techniques including visual, modeling and practicing.
Conduct Family Style Meals and individualize feedings for infants and children in accordance with HSPS and based on childrens individual needs and/or the familys request. Provide a supportive environment for breastfeeding mothers. Follow protocol for proper handling and storage of breastmilk.
Support the individual health and well-being of all children, by accommodating each childs individual health and safety needs.
IV. Assessment (10%)
Observe and document childrens learning and development on an ongoing basis consistent with program guidance.
Create and maintain a portfolio for each child that encompasses a variety of work samples, pictures and observations for parents to view on an on-going basis.
Complete developmental screenings and child outcomes as scheduled.
Use family input, developmental/health screenings, child observations, outcomes and IFSP/IEPs to individualize child routines, schedules, and school readiness goals.
Responsible for entering daily attendance and communicating with the Center Manager and Family Advocate regarding individual family attendance needs.
V. Parent, Family & Community Engagement (10%)
In partnership with Family Advocate and Center Manager, welcome families into the program by conducting a Family Orientation with the child and family prior to the first day of attendance.
In partnership with applicable YIN staff, use the family partnership process to help families develop transition plans for themselves and their children.
Provide opportunities for families to engage in ways that promote trusting parent/child relationships, and facilitate opportunities for families to contribute to the creation of the classroom community.
Communicate with families in a supportive manner regarding program participation and progress.
Actively collect all 45/90 day requirements and document follow-up per program guidance.
Conduct a minimum of two Educational Home Visits and two Parent-Teacher Conferences each program year.
Advocate for families and support families in further engaging as advocates and leaders within Head Start and the community through supporting effective transitions, care team meetings, IEP/IFSP meetings, and other opportunities for families to effectively meet their unique and diverse needs.
Maintain concise and factual documentation regarding families and children in all program areas.
Communicate with Family Advocate on a regular basis to coordinate family engagement and school readiness services.
Serve as a liaison between program services and the community, including recruitment activities, education and advocacy of potential Head Start and Early Head Start families.
Provide opportunities for families to further their development within the Family Engagement Outcomes, which will include participating in engagement activities at night or on the weekend.
VI. Professional Development (5%)
Actively participate in Professional Development opportunities, and incorporate information from training and guidance into practice to improve quality.
Attend all required trainings, meetings and complete necessary certifications as required.
Develop and work towards professional development goals in collaboration with your supervisor.
VII. Additional Responsibilities (5%)
May be requested to fill in at other sites or travel to other locations for training.
Must be sensitive to the socioeconomic and cultural characteristics of the service population.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Formal Education/Credentials (If Any) Normally Associated With Job
Necessary: Infant/Toddler Child Development Associate (CDA)
Desired: Bachelors or advanced degree in Early Childhood Education, Child Development, or related field (with at least 15 hours in Infant/Toddler specific courses) from an accredited college/university recognized by the US Department of Education.
Early Childhood Development, Head Start Performance Standards, Missouri Licensing Regulations, Creative Curriculum.
Effective classroom management, lesson planning, individualizing for children, and developmentally appropriate practice.
Infant/Toddler Responsive Care
Three or more years working with children 3-5 years or equivalent, in a Head Start Program or a licensed Community Child Care program, preferred.
Work well independently and collaboratively with others.
Skilled in written and verbal communication
Ability to analyze information and apply it.
Indoor office environment
Indoor classroom environment
Occasional travel to various YIN sites
Physically be able to lift at least 50 pounds, able to lift/carry children when appropriate.
Must be mobile, able to get up and down from floor, stand and sit on floor within the classroom environment.
Required Eligibility Classification
Youth In Need serves children, young people and families of many racial and ethnic backgrounds, abilities, sexual orientations, gender identities, and religious beliefs, and we seek a workforce that reflects that diversity. People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.
Note: This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the incumbent in this position. Requirements are representative of minimum levels of knowledge, skills, and/or abilities expected to meet job standards.
St. Charles Community College is seeking a full-time Groundskeeper who will be responsible for maintaining, caring for, and enhancing College grounds.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
Cares for turf, including mowing, fertilizing, weed killing, aerating, seeding, and pest control.
Maintains ornamentals and trees, including fertilizing, planting, watering, pest control, pruning, mulching, and weed control.
Ensures proper appearance of campus grounds, including picking up trash, emptying parking lot trash containers, emptying trash containers at buildings, and cleaning parking lots and plaza areas.
Performs routine service maintenance to grounds vehicles and equipment; performs routine maintenance to equipment; communicates problems with equipment to supervisor.
Performs snow removal, including shoveling, plowing and brushing sidewalks and plaza areas parking areas and access roads, and application of snow removal chemicals.
Cares for irrigation system, making necessary minor repairs and adjustments, communicates issues to supervisor.
Cares for athletic fields such as; setup, field care, and maintenance.
Performs holiday light installation and removal.
Completes work orders in a timely fashion.
Assists with maintenance needs as needed
Assists housekeeping department with maintaining appearance of campus.
Assists with heavy lifting, loading, unloading, and moving heavy products/deliveries.
Operates campus vehicles as needed.
None, works independently and under the direction of the Grounds Manager; may receive some direction from the Manager Director of Facilities and Construction.
QUALIFICATIONS 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.
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
High school diploma or equivalent required; Minimum of three months experience and/or education in grounds - basic knowledge of fertilizer application, basic mechanical knowledge, basic knowledge of planting, pruning, irrigation, and transplanting. Experience using riding mowers, walk-behind mowers, push mowers, weed eaters, edger, hedge trimmer, tractor, aerator, blower, vacuum, sprayers; grounds tools, including shovels, rakes, pruners, hedge trimmers, pruning saws; equipment, including welders, grinders, sanders, hand saws, drills; electric devices, including testing equipment, calculator. Valid Class A, B, C, or E driver's license required.
St. Charles Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Store Cashier - Part Time
Come work at a place where we take pride in creating a workplace environment that values hard work, commitment, and growth.
At Academy Sports + Outdoors, our Purpose is to make it easier for everyone to enjoy more sports and outdoors. The Cashier is an essential part of customer service in any Academy store. He/she is responsible for ensuring a fast, friendly, and accurate checkout experience for all customers. Through this important work, the Cashier impacts customer service, profitability, and Academy's Purpose.
- High school diploma or general education degree (GED) preferred.
1 year or previous related work experience preferred.
Operating POS equipment, symbol and telephone preferred
In-direct support of people and processes to drive operational excellence and expected sales targets
Excellent customer service orientation
Effective problem solving and communication with customers and team members
Operate and coach others on use of POS equipment, symbol and telephone
Reads, interprets and follows documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, plan-o-grams and procedure manuals
Writes routine reports and correspondence
Apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form
Working knowledge of inventory software and order processing systems.
Provide prompt, friendly customer service and operates cash register for all transaction types including returns, credit applications, hunting and fishing licenses and sales.
Accurately balance transactions run through an assigned register.
Zones merchandise and maintains merchandising guidelines; stocks impulse racks and sets and maintains impulse/front end POGs.
Performs price/SKU look ups.
Supports incoming and outgoing merchandise transfers.
Performs housekeeping duties including, but not limited to, sweeping, vacuuming, dusting, picking up trash, emptying trash and spot mopping.
Maintain and exhibits knowledge of cashier processes and procedures.
Reads, understands and follows company policies, procedures and safety rules
Adhere to company work hours, policies, procedures and rules governing professional staff behavior.
Duties may change and associates may be required to perform other duties as assigned.
Physical Requirements & Attendance
Constantly required to hear, stand, handle, use fingers, grasp, and use repetitive motions (hand/wrist/fingers) and feel.
Frequently required to walk, reach, and talk.
Occasionally required to sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, push and pull.
Constantly lift up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift 11 to 30 pounds.
Specific vision abilities required by this role include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus
Ability to work flexible schedule such as nights, weekends, and holidays based on business needs.
Equal Opportunity Employer
Registered Nurse - Fulltime - Nights
Now Hiring Registered Nurses
Helping patients regain hope and independence
Act as the direct link to help patients succeed in inpatient rehabilitation by supervising care and treatments provided by team members, leading patient assessments, creating personalized plans of care, communicating progress and targeting patient concerns, offering timely solutions.
The importance of nursing to our rehabilitation hospitals can't be overstated. Comprehensive rehabilitation is planned and administered by a highly specialized and integrated team including physicians, nurses, physical therapists, respiratory therapists, speech therapists, occupational therapists, case managers and others. Rehabilitation nurses are a valuable resource and bring an important perspective to this interdisciplinary approach. Our rehabilitation nurses help the patients regain control of their lives and their independence, treating complex medical issues and redefining how care is provided.
Only the best will do
Comprehensive medical, dental and vision plans
College savings plan
Employee assistance program
Pre-paid legal plan
and much more!
Eighty percent of patients discharged directly home
Our registered nursing teams get to know patients over two to four weeks on average, providing care for conditions such as:
Spinal cord injury
Advanced tools to support patient progress
Evidence-based practice guidelines
Clinical outcomes to assess and improve treatment interventions
National outcomes database
Internal and external education
Professional treatment teams
Current RN licensures appropriate to state regulations
CPR certification (ACLS preferred)
CRRN certification preferred
One-year experience in inpatient rehabilitation hospital setting preferred
Job Code: 100130
License or Certification:
- Current RN licensures appropriate to state regulations
- CPR certification (ACLS preferred)
- CRRN certification preferred
Education, Training and Years of Experience:
One year of experience in inpatient hospital setting preferred
Inpatient rehabilitation experience preferred
Machines, Equipment Used:
- General office equipment such as telephone, copy machine, fax machine, calculator, computer
Good visual acuity and ability to communicate
Ability to lift a minimum of 30 pounds and ability push/pull a minimum of 30 pounds, which includes the lifting, pushing and/or pulling of medical supplies and equipment and the transferring and repositioning of patients. Reasonable assistance may be requested when lifting, pushing, and/or pulling are undertaken which exceeds these minimum requirements
Ability to withstand prolonged standing and walking
Ability to reach, stoop, bend, kneel, and crouch are required for patient care functions and in setting up and monitoring equipment
Rehab Therapy Tech I (Pool)
The Rehabilitation Technician I assists rehabilitation nurses and therapists with rehabilitation treatment and patient care according to hospital, state, professional and federal regulations and guidelines. In addition, the position:
Requires effective communication skills for working with patients, families, and caregivers.
Requires competency in assisting with delegated rehabilitation treatment and patient care.
Performs tasks as delegated by and supervised by rehabilitation nurses and therapists.
Maintains open and an on-going communication with coworkers and supervisors. The Rehabilitation Technician I supports an environment and culture that enables the hospital to fulfill its mission by helping to provide patient safety and patient-centered treatment.
Job Code: 100223
License or Certification: - CPR certification preferred unless otherwise required by hospital policy. Education, Training and Experience
High school diploma or equivalent preferred.
- Has completed elements required for clinical ladder Rehab Tech I or equivalent training in school or on-the-job training. See Rehab Tech clinical ladder and training manual. Machines, Equipment Used: - General office equipment such as telephone, copy machine, fax machine, calculator, computer. Physical
- Good visual acuity and ability to communicate.
Ability to lift, lower, push, pull, and retrieve objects weighing a minimum of 30 pounds of medical supplies and equipment and the transferring and repositioning of patients. Reasonable assistance may be requested when lifting, pushing, and/or pulling are undertaken which exceeds these minimum requirements. Compliance:
Adheres to the company's Standards of Business Conduct.
Maintains current licensure and/or certifications, if applicable. Skills and Abilities:
Ability to speak, read, write, and communicate effectively.
Ability to coordinate, analyze, observe, make decisions, and meet deadlines in a detail-oriented manner.
Ability to work independently without supervision. Environmental Conditions: - Indoor, temperature controlled, smoke-free environment. Occasional outdoor exposure.
Exposure or potential exposure to blood and body fluids may be required.
May work under stressful circumstances at times. Proficiency or Productivity Standards:
Meets established attendance standards.
Adheres to hospital/department dress code including wearing ID badge.
May be required to work weekdays and/or weekends, evenings and or night shifts if needed to meet deadlines.
May be required to work on religious and/or legal holidays on scheduled days/shifts.
Will be required to work as necessary during disaster situations, i.e., before, during or after a disaster.
May be required to stay after workday to assist after a disaster situation until relief arrives.
May be required to perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.
Sales Team Member Team Sports - Part Time
Come work at a place where we take pride in creating a workplace environment that values hard work, commitment, and growth.
Previous related work experience preferred
High school diploma or GED preferred
Ability to work flexible schedule including nights, weekends, and holidays
Acceptable level of hearing and vision to perform job duties
Communication - effective listening, speaking, reading and writing
Attention to detail
Professional appearance and demeanor
Read, write, perform basic mathematical computations, and comprehend instructions
Ability to operate Symbol and telephone
Ability to learn and maintain a working knowledge of Academy's products
Ability to learn and execute merchandising guidelines Some travel
Regular attendance required
Provides prompt, friendly customer service
Required to learn company policies, procedures, and safety rules
Attends training seminars/webinars as required
Performs price/SKU look-ups
Housekeeping duties to include sweeping, vacuuming, dusting, picking up trash, emptying trash, and spot mopping
Conducts price changes, reworks areas as directed
Learns and implements merchandising guidelines
Zones merchandise, maintains merchandising guidelines, sets POGs
Unloads merchandise from trucks
Sets and maintains weekly ad signage
Duties may change and associate may be required to perform other duties as assigned.
Equal Opportunity Employer
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