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Fur Selling Manager
For over a century, Neiman Marcus Group has served the unique needs of our discerning customers by staying true to the principles of our founders: to be the premier omni-channel retailer of luxury and fashion merchandise dedicated to providing superior service and a distinctive shopping experience in our stores and on our websites. Neiman Marcus Group is comprised of the Specialty Retail Stores division, which includes Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman, and our international brand, mytheresa.com. Our portfolio of brands offers the finest luxury and fashion apparel, accessories, jewelry, beauty, and home décor. The Company operates more than 40 Neiman Marcus full-line stores in the most affluent markets across the United States, including U.S. gateway cities that draw an international clientele. In addition, we operate 2 Bergdorf Goodman stores in landmark locations on Fifth Avenue in New York City. We also operate more than 40 Last Call by Neiman Marcus off-price stores that cater to a value oriented, yet fashion minded customer. Our upscale eCommerce and direct-to-consumer division includes NeimanMarcus.com, BergdorfGoodman.com Horchow.com, LastCall.com, and CUSP.com. Every day each of our 15,000 NMG associates works towards the goal of enabling our customer to shop any of our brands "anytime, anywhere, and on any device." Whether the merchandise we sell, the customer service we offer, or our investments in technology, everything we do is to enhance the customer experience across all channels and brands.
To assist in the selling, clientele, and operational functions vital to a Personal Shopper
Assist the Personal Shopper during the selling appointment Build an appropriate relationship with the Personal Shopper's clients
Ring all transactions at POS
Enter and maintain accurate clientele information
Follow up on all alterations, sends, and coordinate all transactions
Maintain appointment calendar
Pull merchandise for appointments
Ensure all unsold merchandise is returned to stock
Ensure cleanliness of fitting rooms using housekeeping and maintenance services when necessary
Perform additional duties as assigned
Excellent organizational and follow up skills
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Computer and systems proficiency
Previous sales experience is a plus
Custodial Power Blower
The Indians are looking for service minded teammates, who are committed to working together to help us create amazing memories for fans, each other and all visitors to Progressive Field.
The Custodial Power Blower is responsible for using specialized equipment thoroughly removes all peanut and trash debris from all areas of ballpark.
RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES:
Using Backpack blower the ability to work with a group to thoroughly blow all peanut and trash debris from all areas of ball park including by not limited to: seating bowl, concourse, parking garage, suite balconies picnic areas etc.…
Ability to secure and store seat covers and seat cushions in designated areas of the ballpark per supervisor/lead instructions
Ability to read and understand cleaning chemical product use instructions.
Night Blower Drivers must have a valid Ohio Driver's license, and understand you are subject to random driver's license checks
Night Blower Drivers must have the ability to learn and operate a Cushman cart to transport all trash to designated trash compactors
Compactor Attendants must have the ability to monitor all four compactors ensuring all safety procedures are followed.
Compactor Attendants are to stay in assigned areas during entire shift
Compactor Attendants must sort all recyclable materials and ensure they are placed in the correct collection receptacle
Compactor Attendants must have the ability to learn and operate cardboard bailer
Required to become member of Service Employees International Union, Local Number 1
Report any maintenance or safety defects to post-game Supervisor, Lead and / or Security Control (x4501).
The ability to detect and report defects in blower equipment to Supervisor or Lead
All of the above determinations are to be done in conjunction with the post-game cleaning Supervisor and may be dictated by weather conditions and game ending time.
Perform special tasks as assigned by Supervisor.
Ability to use safety equipment while working such as back brace, protective eye wear, and hearing protection.•
Read and understand all relevant policies and procedures of the Ballpark Operations department and Cleveland Indians Organization
Must be a minimum of 18 years of age
Must be able to lift and transport 50 lb. backpack blower.
Clear understanding of all other departments throughout the organization
Monitor and implement policies and procedures in a polite and friendly manner
Professionally interact with all guests and employees in a clear and effective manner
Actively engage and listen to all Guest and professionally answer any questions or concerns in a timely manner
Ability to learn all areas of the ballpark, to provide clear accurate direction and assistance to all guest
Document all unusual or unique occurrences on an observation card and report to a Supervisor in a timely manner
Promptly monitor all public areas of the ballpark, reporting any matter that requires medical, security, custodial or maintenance personnel using means and methods provided in handbook, in a timely manner, continue to monitor to ensure satisfactory resolution
Attend all required trainings and daily briefings
Trustworthy and dependable
Ability to analyze situations
Ability to work independently or as part of team
Ability to work entire assigned shift, this includes but not limited to pre events, post events, and rain delays
Ability to lift, carry, and transport large boxes and items in excess of 25 lbs.
Clear understanding of individual staff responsibilities throughout the department
Ability to hear, comprehend and disseminate instructions and vital information especially in the event of emergencies
Maintain a professional appearance in compliance with the Employee Handbook and our uniform requirements
Available to work the vast majority of all home games during the months of April through October
Ability to learn and operate basic computer operating programs i.e. Microsoft Outlook, Internet explorer, ABI, Ultipro
Typical Work Hours:
Night Games: 11pm
Day Games: 5 pm
Approximately 4-6 hours per night
Breaks and Lunches to be determined by supervisor.
Reads, speaks, comprehends and communicates English effectively in all communications
Represents the Cleveland Indians in a positive fashion to all business partners and the general public
Maintain a professional appearance in compliance with the Employee Handbook and our uniform requirements
Ability to develop and maintain successful working relationships with members of our seasonal staff
Ability to act according to the organizational values at all times
Ability to sit or stand for an entire shift
Ability to work irregular hours and hours, including holidays and weekends
Ability to move throughout all areas and levels of the Ballpark
Ability to work in a diverse environment
Ability to learn and implement the following Customer Service initiatives to your daily duties:
o Ability to Smile and greet each guest warmly
o Ability to tell your name, role, and what to expect to each guest requesting assistance
o Active listening and assist all guest to Progressive Field
o Ability to THANK each guest
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Blower Assembler B
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Blower Assembler B
Moog has an opportunity for a BlowerAssembler B on 1st shift at our Murphy, North Carolina location.
Here's what youcan expect in this role:
Performs limited number ofsub-assembly operations on blowers. Operations tend to be relativelysimple and repetitive, requiring simple set-ups and limited responsibility forparts selection and print interpretation.
Typical jobs include leadstripping and termination, lead twisting, simple fastening using semi-automaticand hand held tools, adhesive application, balancing, spot welding, and visualinspection of work. Maintains production records. Reportsirregularities to supervisor.
Here's what we are interested in:
High School diploma or equivalent
Good eyesight, with the ability toidentify and distinguish color
Satisfactory performance reviews
Good attendance record
Prior soldering experience
Prior experience using mechanicaltools and gauges
Prior experience using a microscope
Qualifiedinternal candidates will have first preference for consideration for thisposition.
Due to training time required, theperson selected for this job will have to remain in this position for a periodof one year.
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Blower Truck Driver - Class B
Blower Truck Operator
Using blower trucks, we install mulch, soil, and sand directly into the required area. This is a unique opportunity to work for a growing operation.
Bring a positive attitude to work everyday
High School diploma or GED
Criminal background check and pass random DOT drug screens as requested
Must be able to operate lift truck equipment
Must be able to consistently pull and lift 50-60 lbs. to distances of up to 400 feet
Be available 40-60 hours a week during busy season (March-Oct) - Off season hours will be determined by weather and available work (Nov- Feb)
Operator is responsible for daily light maintenance of the semi-truck
BI-lingual is a plus
This is NOT a driving position only, this candidate will be working side by side with another laborer on different job sites to install landscape materials at high volumes with the use of heavy equipment.
Responsible for managing the technician that is assigned to the equipment they are operating, this includes tracking hours and materials used.
Operator will be responsible for the physical operation of the semi-truck; this includes using a body mounted remote to ensure safe operation on the equipment in use.
May be required to make small reasonable repairs on the truck to ensure its continued operation, any major mechanical issues will be dealt with in conjunction with the operations supervisor.
Ensuring all required maintenance is performed on the piece of equipment they are operating. This includes Daily, weekly and monthly inspections of equipment to avoid disruptions in production.
Deliver and install 2 to 3 truckloads of material in a work day depending on travel time and available work and making sure every job site is as clean or cleaner than when we arrived.
$18-$22 an hour depending on experience
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Maintenance Operator I, II, III Or IV (Streets)
Overall Job Objective
To perform a variety of street maintenance and repair tasks in the areas of maintenance, construction and equipment operation for Boulder transportation corridors. The skill level required depends on whether the position is at the I, II, III, or IV level as explained below.
Maintenance Operator I: Performs entry level to semi-skilled tasks.
Maintenance Operator II: Performs semi-skilled to skilled tasks.
Maintenance Operator III and IV: Provides staff direction, daily coordination of activities, and performs skilled to semi-skilled tasks.
Duties & Responsibilities
The following explains the expectations with additional information for levels II, III or IV
1.Supports maintenance and repairs of the city transportation system for streets:
Patching and pothole repair; overlaying, chip and seal preparation; snow removal and applying de-icing materials; trash and tree limb removal; sweeping, hauling and other associated tasks; right-of-way structure repair; prepares, screens, and/or disposes of materials; alley grading and maintenance. Removal of deceased animals in right of way.
Mechanical street sweeper operation: Operates and maintains mechanical street sweeper units.
Changes sweeper brooms and hauls sweeper debris to designated location. Sweeps on-street bike lanes and streets on a regular basis, sometimes early mornings to minimize traffic impacts.
Uses tools and equipment in the performance of maintenance tasks and may perform minor and preventative maintenance on equipment and vehicles.
For levels III, IV. Also, provides field support and oversight to these tasks.
For level IV. Also, acts as a lead worker and provides oversight, including task assignment and work instruction, for multiple work teams in the field.
Serves as the main point of contact for and interacts directly with the public at work sites, including may interact with members of the public in the field to provide information and customer service. Provides input into responses to inquiries from the public and/or internal departments/requestors. Provides oversight to contractors.
Directs seasonal or temporary employees including task and work assignment and providing basic field training, input, feedback, and direction. Coordinates and works with staff in other work groups and divisions and departments in designing renovations and new areas. Acts as crew lead, directing work of others, providing feedback and direction, and performing tasks including:
Day to day supervision and scheduling of the maintenance crew.
Additional activities to improve habitat quality and/or overall site appearance including proper disposal of cut plant materials, trash and debris cleanup, sweeping, etc.
Uses tools and equipment in the performance of maintenance tasks including power tools and equipment such as tractors, front-end loaders, backhoes, etc.
Assigns Cartegraph work orders to staff and ensures completion.
2.Must respond to snow shifts when called from September through May
3.Willingness/ability to respond to 25% after-hours work during irregular hours, weekends, evenings, holidays, and emergencies.
For levels II, III, IV. Also, may be required to perform rotating standby duties.
For level IV. Also, works irregular hours, weekends, evenings, holidays, and/or emergencies as required to consistently responding to Public Works emergencies.
4.May work in confined spaces that require ventilation to protect against potential noxious gases and fumes.
5.Actively promotes a safety culture by observing and following all city and department safety procedures, regulations and policies and assists in ensuring others do so in order to promote a safe work environment and prevent injuries and illnesses.
6.Success measures include:
Enforces and adheres by organizational policies, rules and safety regulations related to persons using city vehicles, equipment, and public works facilities.
Ensures safe public spaces while completing work tasks and raises safety concerns to appropriate supervisors or contacts.
Identifies addresses or elevates any health and safety risks within the public works facilities.
Responsible for the safety of self, others, materials, and equipment and uses all required personal protective equipment (PPE).
Takes proper safety precautions, anticipates unsafe circumstances, and acts accordingly to prevent accidents. Does not operate a vehicle or equipment in an unsafe manner, including avoiding the use of a cell phone.
Reports all injuries, accidents and damage to City property to their immediate supervisor on the same day that they occur.
Adheres to all MSDS requirements when using chemicals and is fully aware of the product specifications and required PPE.
For levels III, IV. Also, trains and supervises temporary staff in safe operation of equipment/vehicles.
7.Facilitates good communication with co-workers and supervisors. This includes:
Shares information and receives feedback, listens to and respects input, participates in workgroup conversations, and directly deals with issues that arise.
Communicates important information from supervisors and other City officials to co-workers and employees.
8.Reads quarter section book and as built plans. Works with Project Managers on project specifications.
9.Maintains accurate records of work performed and materials and equipment used. May use a computer to log information.
- Remains generally alert to conditions and events occurring on public right of ways indicating anticipated or needed repairs, and report such conditions to supervisors.
- May interact with members of the public in the field to provide information and customer service. Provides input into responses to inquiries from the public and/or internal
12. Participates as a member of a team.
Demonstrates a strong work ethic.
Treats co-workers and supervisors with respect and courtesy.
Contributes and gives input to the team.
Recognizes the needs of team members, and maintains a fair share of team's workload.
Works effectively on a team and promotes team work when directing seasonal or temporary workers.
- May assist in maintaining the Utilities infrastructure system.
- For Level III: Troubleshoots issues of low to medium complexity, judging and responding appropriately to the potential for public health and safety concerns.
For Level IV: Also troubleshoots issues of high complexity.
- For Level IV: Provides oversight to contractors.
Directs seasonal or temporary employees including task and work assignment and providing basic field training, input, feedback, and direction. Coordinates and works with staff in other work groups and divisions and departments in designing renovations and new areas.Qualifications
REQUIRED MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: High school diploma or equivalent.
Experience/Licenses and Certifications
At least one year of experience in outdoor maintenance or construction in streets or landscape, or equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Within six months of hire, obtain a valid Colorado Commercial Driver's License (CDL) with these endorsements: B (26,001 or more pounds); N (Tanker); and without L (airbrake restrictions).
Completion of the following certifications and trainings within nine months of the hire date:
- Flagger certification-ATSSA (American Traffic Safety Services Association) or equivalent certification as a traffic flagger; First Aid/CPR/AED certification (through Red Cross or equivalent accredited institution); Heavy equipment operator: front-end loader; Keep it Clean Partnership (Storm water protection); Learn to run a variety of streets/landscape equipment; City of Boulder vision, values and policies; Basic GIS/GPS knowledge; Hot mix asphalt work experience
Possesses all of the technical and interpersonal skills, certifications, licenses, and training defined for the level I. At least two years of experience in streets or landscape maintenance, or equivalent combination of education, training and experience, which includes
- GIS/GPS or other database knowledge; Computer proficiency including E-mail/calendar/MS Word and iPad or other mobile devices; Experience with front-end and skid-steer loader; Plan review for Capital Improvement Projects; Best management practices (streets); Fork lift operation; Completion of this RMAEC seminar (or equivalent): Asphalt Pavement Maintenance and Repair.
Within six months of hire, obtain a valid Colorado Commercial Driver's License with these endorsements: B (26,001 or more pounds); N (Tanker); and without L (airbrake restrictions).
Completion of the following certification and trainings within nine months of hire (or at time of promotion for current employees from a Maintenance Operator I):
- Heavy equipment operator: backhoe and skidsteer; ATSSA or equivalent certification as a Traffic Control Technician (TCT); First Aid/CPR/AED certification (through Red Cross or equivalent accredited institution; Air compressor; Mechanical street sweeper operation; Compactor operation
Possesses all of the technical and interpersonal skills, certifications, licenses, and training defined for the Maintenance Operator II. At least four years of experience demonstrating a strong knowledge of street or landscape maintenance operations and thorough knowledge of pothole and street paving operations, or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience, which includes:
- Mechanical street sweeper operation; Experience with snow operations including floater truck, snow dispatch and ability to do snow standby rotation; Ability to provide supervision and oversight to contractors; GIS/GPS or other database knowledge; GIS/GPS data entry (will be tested); Proficiency with asphalt mill; Ability to operate a grader under supervision; Completion of the following RMAEC short courses (or equivalent): Roadway safety, Maintenance 101, Crack sealing and pothole patching, and Trucking/ material transfer.
Valid Colorado commercial driver's license (CDL) with these endorsements: B (26,001 or more pounds); N (Tanker); and without L (airbrake restrictions).
Completion of the following certification and trainings within nine months of hire (or at time of promotion for current employees from a Maintenance Operator II):
- Trenching / shoring certification; Colorado LTAP Roads Scholar I (focus on Street Maintenance); Confined space entry certification for work related task; Loader mounted snow blower operation; Ability to read plans, provide work direction and ensure work performed meets specifications; Valid Colorado CDL with these endorsements: A- combination; N (Tanker); and without L (airbrake restrictions).
Possesses all of the technical and interpersonal skills, certifications, licenses, and training defined for the Maintenance Operator III. At least six years of progressively responsible related experience in streets or landscape maintenance with extensive field experience and a strong working knowledge of streets maintenance operations, or an equivalent combination of education and experience, which includes:
Confined space entry certification; At least two years of GIS/GPS knowledge (responsible for completing work orders); At least two years snow removal experience and participation in Snow Standby Rotation; Ability to Set Grade with a transit to ensure proper drainage; Experience leading crews in the field without direct supervisory responsibility, including the ability to plan work activities and direct work of others and to correct any safety issues;
Completion of the following RMAEC short courses (or equivalent): Pre-paving planning and project partnering, Asphalt binder selection/superpave mixes, Pavement preservation, Porous pavements, Best practices for roller operations, Best practices for achieving smoothness, Cold weather paving, troubleshooting Field and pavement problems, commercial & residential paving, and warm mix asphalt.
Valid Colorado commercial driver's license (CDL) with these endorsements: A-Combination; N-Tanker and without L (airbrake restrictions).
Completion of the following certification and trainings within nine months of hire (or at time of promotion for current employees):
- LTAP Roads Scholar II certification (focus on street maintenance) or equivalent training and/or education; Knowledgeable of City of Boulder streets maintenance best management practices
Computer proficiency including use of Laptop-Toughbook, Smart Phone, Mapping Software, MS Word, MS Outlook, E-mail and Calendar functions. Ability to run CRM reports and provide responses.
Valid driver's license. Have and maintain an acceptable motor vehicle record and criminal history.
Basic knowledge of computers including use of personal computers and/or Smart Phones and E-mail functions.
Ability to safely operate a variety of hand, power, and long handled tools and equipment to perform installation, maintenance, and repair tasks, including but not limited to: compactors, air compressors, and to operate equipment while working in and around moving traffic. Ability to perform a wide range of physical and manual tasks in an outdoor environment in all types of weather.
Ability to use all required safety equipment. Physical ability to work in and around moving traffic and equipment; in areas of limited access; and confined spaces requiring standing, walking, bending, and kneeling. Upper body strength to lift and carry equipment and supplies as needed.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS – In addition to the required minimum qualifications:
Flagger certification. Experience with front-end loader.
Training on the City of Boulder Keep it Clean Partnership (Storm water protection). Basic GIS/GPS knowledge. Experience with snow operations. Hot mix asphalt work experience.
Experience in heavy construction. Ability to read blue prints and other construction drawings. Knowledge of City of Boulder design criteria and standard specifications.
CDL with these endorsements: B (26,001 or more pounds); N (Tanker); and without L (airbrake restrictions). OSHA training. First Aid/CPR/AED certification.
Traffic Control Technician certification. Road Scholar I certification or higher.
Cartegraph proficiency. Air compressor, compactor, and mechanical street sweeper operation. Training on the City of Boulder Keep it Clean Partnership (Storm water protection).
Experience leading and coordinating team work. Trenching / shoring certification.
Colorado LTAP Roads Scholar I. Confined space entry certification. Loader mounted snow blower operation.
Ability to read plans, provide work direction and ensure work performed meets specifications.
CDL with these endorsements: A- combination; N (Tanker); and without L (airbrake restrictions).
Experience leading and coordinating team work, or prior supervisory experience, including reading plans, providing work direction and ensuring work performed meets specifications. LTAP Roads Scholar II certification (focus on street maintenance).
WORKING CONDITIONS - Required Physical and Mental Effort, and Environmental Conditions:
In addition to the information listed in the required minimum qualifications section.
Physical and Mental Effort: Sufficient clarity of speech and hearing or other communication capabilities that permits the employee to communicate effectively on the telephone and in person.
Sufficient vision or other powers of observation that permits the employee to operate equipment, and review evaluate and prepare a variety of written documents and materials. Sufficient manual dexterity that permits the employee to operate equipment. Sufficient personal mobility and physical reflexes, which permits the employee to work in an outdoor environment in a variety of weather conditions and in confined spaces and to operate equipment while working in and around moving traffic.
Upper body strength to lift and carry equipment and supplies as needed. Ability to work under stress from demanding deadlines, public contact, and changing priorities and conditions.
Work Environment: Works outdoors in a variety of weather conditions in and around moving traffic, and in confined spaces. Works in a setting subject to continuous interruptions and background noises.
Machines and equipment used include, but are not limited to the following: Hand and power tools, long-handled tools, jackhammer, chainsaw, tamper, grinder, compressor, safety devices, utility truck, single and tandem-axle dump trucks, backhoe, loader, two-way radio, gas detection equipment, pipe/leak locators, correlators and computers (hand-held, lap-top, and stationary), telephones, calculators, and copy/fax machines.
ACCOMMODATIONS: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.
Note: The above description is illustrative only. It is not meant to be all-inclusive.
We Are Hiring
Plant Operations 001 - Full-Time, Rotating
Ascension Providence Hospital, Southfield Campus
BU 34014 - Southfield, MI
Why Join Ascension?
Ascension Michigan is a member of Ascension Health, the largest not-for-profit Catholic Health system in the United States.
Our Mission, Vision and Values: Ascension Michigan, as a Catholic health ministry, is committed to providing spiritually centered, holistic care which sustains and improves the health of individuals in the communities we serve, with special attention to the poor and vulnerable.
Our Values: We are called to: Service of the Poor, Reverence, Integrity, Wisdom, Creativity and Dedication
Our Vision: Our passion for healing calls us to cultivate trust, advocate wellness, and transform healthcare.
What You Will Do
As a Boiler Operator with Ascension Providence Hospital, you will have the opportunity to, under direct supervision, operate boilers and auxiliary equipment according to specified procedures and safety standards.
Demonstrate personal commitment to the organization's core values through active involvement in the quality improvement process.
Demonstrate safe work practices and attitudes, follow safety rules, work to prevent unsafe conditions and behaviors, and participate in organizational and departmental safety programs.
Operate boilers according to specific procedures. Activities include, a) maintaining proper pressure, b) controlling amount of fuel, c) adding water treatment chemicals, d) regulating water level. E) checking the amount of draft, f) checking for the correct operation of all gages, and g) operating blowers as required.
Manipulate valves to control the flow of water and fuel and to increase or decrease steam as required. Adjust equipment controls to correct malfunctions if they occur.
Observe operating equipment, meters, and gages to insure that operation is in accord with specified instructions. Inspect boiler safety devices.
Regularly record meter, gage, and graph readings in department equipment log. Periodically tally amount of natural gas, domestic gas, steam pressure, water volume, and oxygen expended or required.
Report abnormal operating conditions or major repair requirements to shift engineer, and assist in implementing remedial action.
Perform minor repairs, as necessary, such as replacing defective meters, packing valves, worn gaskets, tightening joints and lights.
Receive calls from departmental personnel regarding problems, such as lack of temperature control. Relay information to shift engineer of maintenance mechanics who make the necessary repairs or corrections.
Maintain and operate air conditioning equipment. Check and record temperatures on air conditioning equipment, such as chillers, chilled water pumps, and condensed water pumps.
Monitor motor and pump bearings on all powerhouse equipment monthly.
Maintain the boiler room and work area in a clean, orderly, and safe condition. May clean and pain equipment as necessary.
Responsible for operating Siemens Energy Management and Simplex Fire Alarm computers and the knowledge of building's fire protection system.
Assist in the annual boiler inspection and prepare boilers for annual inspection.
Maintain and control the occurrence of biological contamination in the cooling towers – and maintain proper water treatment in the cooling towers.
Responsible for planned maintenance in the powerhouse on equipment. (Fans, pumps, motors, etc.)
Daily, tests and treat boiler feed water for scale, oxygen, pitting, corrosion, hardness, etc. and add chemicals to treat these problems.
Perform snow removal duties and spread salt on hospital driveways, entrances and walkways as assigned.
Assist with minor repairs to machines, equipment, and systems normally attended to by the Maintenance unit of the department. May repair such things, but not limited to, pneumatic tube systems, air compressors, change light bulbs, respond to T.V. problems, room temperature requests, calls regarding plugged sinks and commodes or duties and projects as assigned.
Specific Knowledge, Skills, Abilities:
Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills consistent with mission and values.
Demonstrate interpersonal skills necessary to interact effectively with physicians, other hospital associates, patients and families.
Demonstrate ability to concentrate and pay close attention to detail while performing tasks.
Demonstrate ability to read, write and understand written and verbal communications. Demonstrate ability to perform basic math functions including addition, subtraction and multiplication.
Demonstrate ability to walk and stand approximately 90% of work time, often lifting and positioning equipment and devices up to 60 lbs.
Ability to demonstrate friendly, courteous, professional customer service behaviors and provide service recovery in an accommodating manner consistently.
What You Will Need
High Pressure Boiler Operator license (City of Detroit) required.
High-pressure boiler operator license (City of Detroit) required.
- HS or Equivalent. Training and education is covered in requirement of license required
- One year of experience working at a heating or power plant after receipt of high-pressure boiler operator's license required.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Ascension Michigan is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. We provide equal employment opportunities to all associates and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, height, weight, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, veteran status or any other legally protected status in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. The information requested on this application will not be used for any purpose prohibited by law. If you require assistance or an accommodation to complete this application, please let us know.
For further information regarding your EEO rights, click on the following link to the "EEO is the Law" poster:
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Ascension Michigan provides reasonable accommodation so that qualified applicants with a disability may participate in the selection process. Please advise us of any accommodations you request in order to express interest in a position by e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please state your request for assistance in your message. Only reasonable accommodation requests related to applying for a specific position within Ascension Michigan will be reviewed at the e-mail address supplied.
Thank you for considering a career with Ascension Michigan.
Please note that Ascension will make an offer of employment only to individuals who have applied for a position using our official application. Be on alert for possible fraudulent offers of employment. Ascension will not solicit money or banking information from applicants.
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Wastewater Process Operator
Become a leader within the industry as a Wastewater Treatment Operator for the City of Olathe, located in a suburb of Kansas City. We are recruiting Treatment Operators that are innovative and excited to operate the industry's most advanced treatment processes, and can share our passion for treatment and tenacity for quality to set the standard of excellence. Olathe's two Wastewater Treatment Facilities have earned Peak Performance Awards for excellence from the National Association of Clean Water Agencies. The City has also received EPA's National Exemplary Biosolids Management Award for its compost facility.
If you are looking for a rewarding career that puts you in the position of helping the environment in your community come work for the City of Olathe's wastewater industry as a Wastewater Process Operator.
The Cedar Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility is a unique 5-stage biological nutrient removal system that uses fermentation to minimize the use of chemicals. The new technology is being studied by top universities, and operators have the opportunity to collaborate with students and other leading utilities. Operations and maintenance training is held weekly, to enhance knowledge and prepare operators for State certification exams and advance career progression.
Perform assigned treatment plant rounds to inspect, monitor and document plant operations by reading and interpreting information by the SCADA system, visual observations of tanks and tests, and other instrumentation.
Inspect, monitor and document remote facilities and lift stations; address or report abnormal conditions.
Operate, adjust, and maintain all pumps, valves, motors and other equipment required to maintain appropriate operations; receive and unload chemical deliveries.
Maintain, compile and update plant and remote facilities operation logs and reports; perform and record mathematical calculations related to plant operational activities. Must be able to communicate effectively as well as follow written and oral instructions.
Collect samples; perform a variety of routine wastewater quality laboratory tests for process control and regulatory compliance; complete associated documentation for sample collection and analysis; work closely with the laboratory on testing requirements.
Perform general plant facility maintenance such as cleaning and repairing plant facilities as required.
Ability to work weekends, overtime, regular days off or holidays as assigned or needed and carry on-call phone as required after initial training.
Respond to emergency alarms and calls as required.
Operate assigned equipment and vehicles.
Assist with snow removal as required, including operating snow blower and snow plow.
Accept a responsible role in implementing the safety culture of the department; adhere to safe work practices and procedures; review chemical MSD sheets. Must be able to demonstrate proper use of and use proper safety equipment, including respirator and self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and participate in required safety training. Correctly wear personal protective equipment for appropriate situations.
Utilize a variety of software applications such as Microsoft Office (Excel, Outlook, Powerpoint, Word) XLIMs database, and erPortal work order tracking system; learn new software programs as they become introduced.
Ensure compliance with Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations.
Experience & Education
Experience: Entry level position requiring strong organizational, analytical, teamwork, communication and mechanical skills. Previous team work experience with responsibilities preferred.
Education: High School Diploma/GED required. Wastewater treatment plant operation and or maintenance experience is preferred. Specialized education in mathematics, chemistry, physics, biology, environmental science, mechanics, hydraulics, computer technology, laboratory, or applied science is desirable.
Licenses and Certificates: Possession of or ability to obtain a Wastewater Class I Certification from the State of Kansas within 18 months. Class B CDL with air brake and tanker license within 6 months.
Rotating on-call and weekend shift every 4 to 6 weeks.
Must successfully pass a supplemental background check, pre-employment physical and drug screen.
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Our employees are our greatest asset, the City of Olathe offers competitive pay and time off and an exceptional benefits package, including medical (with free Wellbeing Center services), dental, vision, life and disability coverage to eligible employees and dependents. In addition, we offer multiple opportunities for retirement savings including a 457 deferred compensation plan and State of Kansas retirement plan. Additional perks include an employee assistance program, flexible spending accounts, tuition reimbursement and a robust Employee Wellbeing program.
Heavy Equipment Operator / Skilled Forklift Operator
Heavy Equipment Operator / Skilled Forklift Operator
Location: Charleston, SC
We are seeking an experienced and safety-oriented heavy equipment operator to join our team to safely and efficiently operate a variety of equipment. In addition to properly operating the equipment, you will also be responsible for inspecting and providing basic preventative maintenance. Candidates with 3-4 years of forklift experience will qualify for consideration. Ideal candidate must be highly driven with the ability to work in a fast paced detailed work environment.
- Will utilize heavy equipment such as forklifts, bobcats, and dozers to move materials on job site.
- Will be required to perform basic preventative maintenance.
- Must be able to work rotating shift. - Shift: Rotating- 7am- 3pm AND 3pm- 11pm
- Must have at least 3 years related experience.
- HS Diploma / equivalent required.
- Extremely stable work history
- Drug free workplace and a criminal background check is required.
Rate of Pay: $13.00/hr - $14.00/hr depending on experience.
Never a fee.
Job Type: Full-time
Part-Time Blower Door Technician
GFA is a full-service engineering consulting firm, specializing in geotechnical engineering, environmental consulting, material testing, and building inspections. Our clients include contractors, developers, owners, engineers, architects, state and local governments, school boards, departments of transportation, universities, banks, and realtors.
GFA is currently seeking a motivated Part-Time Certified Blower Door Testing Technician in our Port St. Lucie, FL Office.
On-site testing with Blower Door Testing equipment and submission of all data to our company, client and building departments.
Continue to focus on improvements and learning of technical knowledge and the ability to develop other services related to residential energy rating.
Developing and Preparing reports as necessary to meet local requirements.
Must be certified through RESNET or BPI to perform the Blower Door Test, or the ability to obtain the certification, or carry a Class A or B Air Conditioning Contractor License.
Previous experience as a Blower Door Testing Technician is preferred.
Client Interaction and relationship development.
Strong organizational and computer skills.
Illustration of verbal and written communication skills.
GFA offers a full benefit package including medical, dental, vision insurance, Life Insurance STD, LTD and a Legal Assistance program. Paid holidays, paid time off and a 401K with company match.
GFA International is a Drug Free Work Place and an Equal Opportunity Employer.
To be considered for employment please complete the application in its entirety and email your resume to CStern@TeamGFA.com.
At Dakota Growers Pasta Co., our Press/Extruder Operators are the folks that make pasta-making happen. As a Press/Extruder Operator, you will manage the extruder processes, perform necessary quality checks, diagnose problems and machine adjustments, and perform key sanitation activities to ensure quality product is produced in a safe and efficient manner.
Duties And Responsibilities:
Manage all steps in the extrusion/press operation process, including: checking run schedules for assigned lines, maintaining mixers at correct levels to ensure efficient feed into extrusion augers, ensure appropriate flour/water ratio per recipe settings, monitoring spreader, diffuser, blowers and stick heaters, observe dividers on long goods lines to prevent backups, monitoring and managing the stick magazine process, and managing flour silos, and conveying pressures
Perform necessary quality checks of product at all stages of drying in accordance with standard operating procedures, best practices, and regulations. Monitor for length, color, lumps, splits, checking. Take appropriate corrective measures to reduce and eliminate quality issues in a timely fashion
Own processes associated with egg product hoppers; ensure machine is assembled properly according to procedures and product is loaded into the hoppers in a timely manner
Use computers and tools to take appropriate and regular machine readings; record data on press control forms and report abnormal machine readings to supervisor immediately to prevent product waste and loss
Proactively keep machine areas, floors, and bins clean, wiped down, and free of hazards throughout shift, in accordance with standards, procedures, and expectations. Scrape, wash, and clean mixers, and assist other press/extruder operators with cleaning of machinery
Carry out die changes as assigned for the shift and assist on other lines with die changes. Ensure correct die plates and screens are used when changing dies
Report machine problems to the shift supervisor and ensure machine logs are accurately filled out, detailing mechanical and non-mechanical downtime. Fill out work order requests as needed to ensure appropriate machine uptime
Other duties, as assigned
Education and Experience Required:
High school diploma or GED equivalent from an accredited institution
Must be able to work weekends, holidays, 12-hour shifts, and overtime, as required
Previous manufacturing experience
Previous experience in a food manufacturing environment strongly preferred
Employees must be able to meet physical requirements listed below, with or without reasonable accommodation
Must be able to bend, crouch, stoop, sit, and kneel for 4+ hours per shift
Must be able to balance for 8+ hours per shift
Must be able to stand or walk for up to 12 hours per shift
Must be able to climb/work off ladder, and reach above shoulders for 4+ hours per shift
Must be able to work in a dusty environment, high heat, or humidity for 8+ hours per shift
Must be able to perform simple grasping, push, pull, and feel for 4+ hours per shift
Must be able to lift up-to 50 pounds for 4+ hours per shift
Must be able to team or lift assistance to lift greater than 50 pounds for up to 4 hours per shift
Must be able to express or exchange ideas by means of spoken or written word
Must be able to make fine distinctions by sound
Must be able to distinguish object or equipment visually
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