Fur Farmer Job Description Sample
Farmer & Facilities Maintenance
Job Classification: Farmer & Facilities Maintenance
Job Code: 2650-10
Minimum Preparation for Work:
Graduation from a high school or equivalent.
Possession of an appropriate driver license for equipment operated and any
license, training or certification required by law or regulation to complete
Nature of Work:
This is a full time position.
This position is responsible for day to day operations of the owned and leased farm ground.
This position requires one to read, and write in English, understand basic mathematical calculations.
This position is responsible for irrigation, planting and all facility ground maintenance work.
An employee in this class is primarily responsible for the seed multiplication & research plots.
This person performs a working function with other employees engaged in receiving, transporting, stocking, and maintaining records in this function.
This person will oversee several acres of farm ground, and research plots.
The work is subject to periodic inspection and audit in accordance with Idaho Department of Agriculture guidelines.
Essential Job Functions:
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
The mental and physical demands and the work environment characteristics described
below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully
perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made
to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Mental and Physical
While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use
hands and fingers to hold or feel reach with hands and arms, walk, talk, smell and hear.
The employee is occasionally required to stand, sit, climb, balance, stoop, crouch and
crawl. Specific vision abilities include close, distance, color, and peripheral vision, and
The employee regularly lifts and/or moves up to 50 pounds and occasionally lifts
and/or moves up to 100 pounds.
An employee in this job is frequently exposed to outside weather conditions,
occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, toxic or caustic chemicals, has a risk of electrical shock & confined spaces. The noise level in the work environment may be loud.
This description is not intended to be, nor should it be construed as an all-inclusive list of responsibilities, skills or working conditions associated with the position. It is intended to accurately reflect the activities and requirements of the position, but duties may be added, deleted, or modified as necessary. This description does not constitute a written or implied contract of employment.
SPS Dorsing Seeds Inc aims to be the leading global contract multiplier of quality vegetable seed and the premier marketer of proprietary varieties the North American market and around the globe.
South Pacific Seeds first began in Australia in 1986 and was founded in Methven, NZ in 1992, in July 2016 SPS Dorsing Seeds was acquired as part of the global group.
There are two divisions of the company, sales and production. The production division is concerned with the growing of high quality vegetable seed for the world market. It achieves this by contracting growers to produce a specific crop for a given customer under strict quality guidelines. South Pacific Seed staffs are required to ensure that every aspect of the product process of these specialized crops is done to the highest standard.
South Pacific Seeds first began in Australia in 1986, when 12 people left an existing vegetable seed company.
People from both facets of the business came to join SPS that is Production and Sales. Sales are a very large part and strong financial contributor to the business for the purposes of this policy document we will be looking at both sides of the business.
After a number of years of operation in Australia it was realised that a wider range of climatic conditions were needed to produce the vegetable seeds for the increasing customer base. Also within the existing customer base there were a number of crops which required different climatic conditions than Australia could offer. The company then branched out to New Zealand, USA, and Chile. The company continues to operate four production areas in Australia.
From here South Pacific Seeds (New Zealand) Ltd was formed. Although SPS (NZ) Ltd maintains very strong links with the parent company in Australia it is a company in its own right with its own board of directors and investors.
SPS is a vegetable seed production company, it does not have any plant breeding or genetic material of it’s own but acts as a multiplier of vegetable seed for various breeding and sales companies around the world. It focuses only on vegetable seed and does not trade in grains or pasture species.
The operation of SPS can best be described by the yearly production cycle that follows.
The process starts with an inquiry form an overseas sales company, usually in Asia or Europe. They will order a given quantity of a particular vegetable seed at a given price. In this way SPS does not speculate on any crop as every crop grown is already contracted before it is planted.
The sales company will then send their parent seed to Australia, New Zealand, Chile, or the US. While the parent seed is being shipped a field manager working in a given part of the country will be searching for a suitable location and grower for the crop. Once this has been done SPS and the grower will sign a contract stating the type, quantity, quality and price for the seed.
The Field Manager will then work with the grower for the entire production period, offering advice on such things as planting time, fertilizer, weed pest and disease control, special procedures, and harvest time. During the production phase there may be specialized operations which need to be performed. South Pacific Seeds has its own staff and equipment to perform such tasks, some of which are charged on to the grower.
In July 2016 SPS Dorsing Seeds Inc became part of the SPS company profile, and is owned jointly by South Pacific Seeds Pty Ltd of Australia and South Pacific Seeds (NZ) Ltd, SPS Dorsing Seeds Inc maintains very strong links with the parent company in Australia & New Zealand but, it is a company in its own right with its own board of directors and investors.
SPS Dorsing Seeds Inc will maintain the customer’s relationships and growers from the previous company, and will add the production element that South Pacific Seeds is know for around the world, in the fall of 2016 SPS Dorsing Seeds Inc began the first Hybrid Carrot seed contract multiplication and will add a number of Hybrid contract multiplications in the Spring of 2017. SPS Dorsing Seeds Inc will also operate a separate sales division like our parent company operations.
Farmer / Irrigator
MorningStar Farms in Greensburg, KS is looking for a full-time farmer/irrigator. Experience with crop production and operating machinery required. Management capabilities would be helpful.
Must have a valid drivers license. Salary is negotiable based on experience. Benefits include health insurance, 401(k) Plan, and paid time off.
Farmer 1 *01513W
Description The Department of Fish and Wildlife has some of the most talented people in the natural resource field. We celebrate and value diversity, appreciating that a workforce composed of those from different backgrounds and experiences creates an inclusive environment, strengthens positive relationships with the local community, and brings new perspectives and approaches to fulfilling the agency's mission. The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is dedicated to preserving, protecting and perpetuating fish, wildlife and ecosystems, while providing sustainable recreational and commercial opportunities dependent on viable fish and wildlife populations. Each day, WDFW employees facilitate fishing, hunting and wildlife viewing opportunities for millions of residents and visitors. WDFW's employees–field and laboratory biologists, geneticists, research scientists, hatchery professionals, policy experts, fully commissioned law enforcement officers, land stewards, lab technicians, property acquisition specialists, customer service representatives and others work throughout the state. WDFW employees protect and restore critical habitat, strive to facilitate species recovery when necessary, and manage hundreds of fish and wildlife species. WDFW employees maintain nearly a million acres of public wildlife lands. They interpret, apply and enforce state and federal laws and collaborate with stakeholders to protect fish and wildlife resources. Find out more about us and the important work we are a part of at www.wdfw.wa.gov.
Farmer 1(Fulltime, Non-permanent) The Department of Fish and Wildlife is recruiting to fill one (1) full time, non-permanent, Farmer 1 position located in the Wildlife Program. The duty station for this position is located at the Bob Oke Game Farm, 3302 Mount Vista Rd. Centralia, WA. Lewis County. The employment period is nine (9) months starting in March and ending late December 2018. The purpose of this position is to assist the Farmer 6 Supervisor in the maintenance of WDFW's Bob Oke game farm for outdoor hunting recreation through the propagation of ring-necked pheasants in Western Washington. The incumbents perform a variety of assignments in general farming work which may include work on a farm, game farm, assisting in the care and management of livestock, operating a variety of light, medium, and heavy farm equipment. Duties This is an entry level position that performs unskilled farm labor under close supervision and specific assignments:
Picks, washes, and sorts (culls) pheasant eggs for quality.
Feeds pheasants by hand and mechanical means; requires strength and agility to lift (repeatedly) up to 30lbs.of seeds. Able and willing to drive a tractor with a feed cart.
Maintain and make small pressure washer repairs, such as replacing broken or leaking hoses, replacing leaking gaskets, and changing spark plugs.
Maintains equipment and facilities. Operates, cleans, greases, oils, services, and makes repairs to tools and equipment.
Pressure wash and sanitize feeders and brood barns.
Collect and transport pheasants to flight pens, then to release areas throughout Western and Eastern Washington.
Fence construction and removal, builds and maintains fences, grades and maintains roads, operates and maintains trucks, tractors, plows, disks, and harrows.
Install/ remove posts, stretch/ or remove wire, build stretch points and patch broken wires.
Replace and mend netting
Repair and/or replace gates.
- Check and maintain boundary fences. Construct new fences as required. Remove old interior fences as time allows. Qualifications
Valid Washington State Driver's License. Critical for transporting pheasants to release destinations. Must be able to use an ATV and tractor, safely utilize hand and power tools.
Competencies: Well qualified applicants will demonstrate competencies in the following areas:
Use sound judgment when completing assigned tasks;
Follow written and oral directions;
Ability to work independently and safely in remote locations.
Safely operate small and large equipment including trucks, tractors, mini-excavators, and ATV's.
Respectful and tactful with/to coworkers and the public.
Safely operate hand and power tools and equipment.
Communicate effectively and professionally with WDFW staff, other agencies, private landowners, and the general public;
Repair barbed wire fences and netting including gates, H-braces and rock jacks.
Use and maintain vehicles, equipment and tools including: hand tools, chainsaws, drills, welders, grinders, saws, pumps, sprayers, mowers, pickup trucks, pull and maneuver trailers, ATV's, and heavy equipment.
One year experience on a tractor, All-terrain vehicle and full size pick-up trucks. 6 months experience of full time animal husbandry. Some welding and minor repairs on farm machinery, hand tools, and other metal equipment. Knowledge of: ferrous and non-ferrous metals under welding conditions; welding equipment; fluxes and hardening agents; fundamentals of heat treatment. Supplemental Information
Working Conditions: * Work in all weather conditions and sometimes over difficult terrain and surfaces up to 90% of the time.
Walk, bend, and stoop, often on uneven terrain while at times carrying up to 30 pounds.
Load and transport equipment and gear.
Works alone in remote locations.
Works with live birds; repeatedly lifts and carries up to 30 pound buckets; operates vehicles, equipment and hand tools; walks, runs, bends, squats and reaches to gather birds and eggs, carry birds and feed buckets, and place bird pens on vehicles. * 8 Hour, 5 days a week. 2 days off and may vary during high work load periods. Work hours outside of the regular hours of 8:00 am–5:00 pm including weekends;
Travel between wildlife areas in both Eastern and Western Washington to complete job tasks. Travel may include daily round trips of up to 150 miles. Must travel up to 8 hours once a week during the months of September through November.
Union This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement between the State of Washington, Department of Fish & Wildlife, and the Washington Association of Fish and Wildlife Professionals (WAFWP). As a condition of employment you must either join the union and pay union dues, or pay the union a representational or other fee within 30 days of the date you are put into pay status.
How to Apply:
To apply for this position you
MUST complete your profile at www.careers.wa.gov and attach the following to your profile before completing the online application: * A current resume (please make it succinct) * Three professional references (personal references do not count as professional) Please note: Failure to follow the above application instructions will lead to disqualification. Please do not include any attachments other than the ones requested above. E-mailed documents will not be accepted after the closing of the recruitment or in lieu of attaching your documents to the online profile. Upon submission of your online application, you will immediately receive a confirming e-mail. You will then be notified via e-mail of your status during the process. In addition to the e-mail notifications, you can check the status of your application at any time by visiting your online profile at www.careers.wa.gov. Due to the high volume of applications that we receive, we ask your understanding and encourage you to use the online process and avoid calling for information. Please note that initial screening will be solely based on the completeness of application materials submitted and the contents and completeness of the "work experience" section of your application in NeoGov. A resume will not substitute for the "work experience" section of the application. The information provided in your application must support your selected answers in the supplemental questions. Responses not supported in your application may disqualify you from consideration for employment in this position. All information will be verified and documentation may be required.
The Department of Fish and Wildlife is an equal opportunity employer. We strive to create a working environment that includes and respects cultural, racial, ethnic, sexual orientation and gender identity diversity. Women, racial and ethnic minorities, persons of disability, persons over 40 years of age, disabled and Vietnam era veterans and people of all sexual orientations and gender identities are encouraged to apply. Persons needing accommodation in the application process or this announcement in an alternative format may call (360) 902-2276 or the Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD) at (800) 833-6388.Salary: $2,130.00 - $2,718.00 Monthly
Location:* Lewis County – Centralia, WA
Job Type:* Full Time - Non-Permanent
Department:* Dept. of Fish and Wildlife
Job Number:* 2018-01513W
Closing:* 2/22/2018 11:59 PM Pacific
Agency:* State of Washington
Address:* View Job Posting for Agency Information View Job Posting for Location, Washington, 98504. Phone: View Posting for Agency Contact
Lead Sales Associate-Pt In Farmer City, IL
At Dollar General, our customer is at the center of everything we do! We are a fast-moving Fortune 200 publicly-traded company with more than 14,000 stores and 14 distribution centers in 44 states, growing by hundreds of stores each year. We work in an energetic atmosphere that embraces innovation and teamwork. At Dollar General, you can see a clear and fast path to career growth and success. We are committed to attracting talented and motivated people who can advance our mission of "Serving Others." Let's Grow Together! GENERAL SUMMARY: Function as a Cashier and/or Stocker and act in a lead capacity in the absence of the Store Manager or Assistant Store Manager. Assist in setting and maintaining plan-o-grams and programs. Provide exemplary customer service. Perform other duties as necessary to maximize profitability, customer satisfaction, and teamwork, while protecting company assets and reducing losses. DUTIES and ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Unload trucks according to the prescribed process for the store.
Follow company work processes to receive, open and unpack cartons and totes.
Stock merchandise; rotate and face merchandise on shelves and build merchandise displays.
Restock returned and recovered merchandise.
Order zones and drop shipment categories, following prescribed ordering practices, as assigned by the Store Manager.
Assist in plan-o-gram implementation and maintenance.
Assist customers by locating merchandise.
Bail cardboard and take out trash; dust and mop store floors; clean restroom and stockroom.
Greet customers as they enter the store.
Maintain register countertops and bags; implement register countertop plan-o-grams.
Operate cash register and flatbed scanner to itemize and total customer's purchase; bag merchandise.
Collect payment from customer and make change.
Clean front end of store and help set up sidewalk displays.
Help to maintain a clean, well-organized store and facilitate a safe and secure working and shopping environment.
Provide superior customer service leadership.
Follow company policies and procedures as outlined in the Standard Operating Procedures manual, Employee Handbook, and company communications.
Open and/or close the store under specific direction of the Area Manager. In the Absence of the Store Manager or Assistant Store Manager:
Authorize and sign for refunds and overrides; count register; make bank deposits.
Assist in maintaining strict cashier accountability, key control, and adherence to company security practices and cash control procedures.
Monitor cash levels and make appropriate drawer pulls as directed by the Store Manager.
Monitor cameras for unusual activities (customers and employees), if applicable.
Supply cashiers with change when needed.
Complete all required paperwork and documentation according to guidelines and deadlines as assigned. KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS:
Ability to perform mathematical calculations such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and percentages.
Knowledge of cash handling procedures including cashier accountability and deposit control.
Ability to perform IBM cash register functions.
Knowledge of cash, facility and safety control policies and practices.
Effective interpersonal and oral & written communication skills.
Understanding of safety policies and practices.
Ability to read and follow plan-o-gram and merchandise presentation guidance. WORK EXPERIENCE and/or EDUCATION:
High school diploma or equivalent and six months of supervisory experience (or related experience/training) preferred. Relocation assistance is not available for this position. Dollar General Corporation is an equal opportunity employer. Requisition ID: 2016-86001 Street: 404 S OGLE DR External Company URL: http://www.dollargeneral.com
Farmer - Agriculture Crew Member
Job Description: Job Description
Position Title Farmer - Agriculture Crew Member
Status 5 months
Hubbell Trading Post, Ganado AZ Salary/Grade $425 weekly stipend (depending on experience and certifications)
April 3, 2017
Spring 2017 The Ancestral Lands program is specifically designed to engage Native American youth and young adults.
Ancestral Lands - "Leading our Nations back to ecological and cultural well-being"The Southwest Conservation Corps (SCC) is a local, non-profit, AmeriCorps-affiliated organization with offices in Acoma, Durango, Gallup, Salida, and Zuni. SCC selects young adults, ages 16-30, to complete conservation work projects on public lands through the Southwest. SCC programs encourage environmental stewardship, foster community partnerships, and emphasize experiential learning. The majority of SCC’s programs are residential programs, with crews camping in either front or backcountry settings for 9-11 day periods; schedules may vary by program and region. SCC serves a diverse population that is representative of the Southwest; including youth, graduates, and a cross-section of ethnicities and income levels
Essential Accountabilities and Functions:
* Frequently required to walk, sit and talk or listen.
Required to use hands to operate objects, tools or controls, and to reach with hands and arms.
Occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.
Specific vision abilities required by the job include close vision and the ability to focus.
Frequently required to drive an SCC vehicle, and must be able to speak, understand, read and write English. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Required Skills Candidate must have experience and skills of Agriculture and Farming techniques
Animal husbandry (Navajo Churro Sheep) * Tractor operation/maintenance
Flood irrigation techniques
Traditional farming/ TEK * Seed saving General Qualifications
Commitment – AmeriCorps members must make a strong commitment to complete all aspects of the program including conservation projects, education, training and national service. Members must commit to participating in all crew activities, including service days in local communities.
Safety -You will be expected to take a serious attitude toward safety all day and every day.
Professionalism – AmeriCorps members must be willing to appropriately represent the SCC Program and AmeriCorps.
Teamwork – AmeriCorps members must be willing to work hard, participate as part of a team.
Technology – The use of technology, including cell phones, iPods, MP3 players, and other battery powered devices is not allowed during all work, chore, group and meal times as well as during de-rigs and rig-up. Corpsmembers must agree that they will not use these types of technology while participating in these activities and realize that technology use is strictly regulated by SCC policy and by SCC staff and crew leaders.
Substance Free – In accordance to a drug free workplace, alcohol, tobacco and drugs are prohibited while participating in AmeriCorps and SCC activities and while on SCC property.
Fitness – AmeriCorps members are expected to complete projects that involve heavy lifting, hiking, and living outdoors for an extended period of time. Required Experience Agriculture/Farming experience and working with livestock. Prior Conservation Corps experience helpful but not required. Tracking Code: 761-984 Job Location: Ganado, Arizona, United States
- Position Type:* Part-Time
Sew both by hand and with a machine Complete daily show costume repairs Complete costume construction as new show product dictates per Costume Shop Supervisor’s request Assist with daily laundry duties as determined by the Costume Shop Supervisor Complete daily costumed character maintenance, disassemble and repair of control mechanisms, fur and feet repair Work with the cast, crew and stage management to maintain safety and integrity of shows, surrounding work spaces venues and dressing rooms Maintain other various props, overlays and costumes Perform and complete assigned tasks from management as needed Maintains a professional appearance that meets SEA grooming standards Consistently practice safe work habits including, but not limited to the use of personal protective equipment, lifting and reporting of unsafe situations Requirements and Competencies:
Must be able to work a flexible schedule including weekends, weekdays, evenings and holidays. High School Diploma or equivalent preferred Two (2) years experience as a seamstress, dresser, costume technician, wardrobe master/mistress or equivalent related experience preferred Must be able to pass practical sewing test at time of contingent offer Must be proficient in costume construction, pattern making, design build, alterations and maintenance of show costumes Must be proficient in the repair and maintenance of control mechanisms & fur of costume characters Must be proficient in craftwork, gluing & painting of fabrics & accessories; hand-sewing & machine sewing Must possess a strong knowledge of and ability to use advanced tools related to the costume industry Must have the ability to work as part of a team, communicating and resourcing with internal and external departmental team members Must be able to walk and stand for long periods of time in extreme weather Must be able to lift, push or pull at least 30 lbs. Must be willing to comply with all SEA grooming guidelines and employment standards.
Must be able to successfully complete all legal, company and department training requirements to include but not limited to passing required tests and certifications within established timelines. More Information Park Name: Sesame Place Location:
Langhorne, PA Status: Part Time Pay Rate: $9.00 Relocation Provided: No Closing Date: 2/24/2018 11:59 PM ET
We are seeking an Account Representative to join our team! You will resolve customer questions and offer solutions to drive company revenue.
- Present and sell company products and services to new and existing customers
- Prospect and contact potential customers
- Reach agreed upon sales targets by the deadline
- Resolve customer inquiries and complaints
- Set follow-up appointments to keep customers aware of latest developments
- Create sales material to present to customers
- 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
Student Parking Attendant
Student Parking Attendant Apply now
Job no:508065 Classification:Student Assistant C Grade:Student C Work type:Student Employee Administrative Unit:University of Alaska Fairbanks School/Business unit:UAF Financial Services Location:Fairbanks Categories:Office/Clerical, Other
Are you a student with a positive attitude looking for a flexible long-term student job? Are you looking to gain more customer service skills to add to your resume or experience?
If you are interested in the opportunity to gain valuable on-the-job experience and willing to perform the various duties as listed in this job announcement, we look forward to receiving an application from you. Duties: 1001) Motorist Assistance Program (MAP): Respond to calls for assistance such as vehicle jump starts, vehicle unlocks and gas to stranded motorists. Provide accurate and helpful information and assistance to the UAF on and off campus community and visitors.
Report suspicious activities and assist in maintaining a safe campus, reporting any unsafe environmental issues. Maintain records of service calls and incidents. 2) Customer Service: Serve as primary information and inquiry point of contact in the field for students, staff, faculty and visitors.
Assist customers by providing accurate information regarding parking or campus issues in an efficient, professional manner using diplomacy and tact. Present a positive attitude about UAF Parking at all times while working under stressful and sometimes hostile conditions. 3) Enforcement of UAF parking regulations on and off-campus locations by monitoring parking lots and issuing citations according to their assessment of the parking violation(s). Provide on-site instructions and assistance to motorists and pedestrians. 4) Technical: Load parking decal information for verification from the Flex database onto handheld computers for verification of UAF decals, license plates, outstanding citations and special permits.
Upload information from handheld computers to Flex. Operate a digital camera, cell phone and field radio. Assist Parking Coordinator in performing parking meter and kiosk maintenance, testing and repair.
Troubleshoot handheld malfunctions. Work with technical support (T2 and VenTek) to resolve problems. Computer skills sufficient to troubleshoot handhelds and kiosk machine malfunctions.
Ability to create computer reports in order to provide required field reports. 5) Cash Handling: Assist Parking Coordinator in cash collection from parking meters and kiosks on a regular basis and transport to UAF Office of the Bursar. Assist in counting, balancing and preparing deposits, etc. 6) Monitor & Inspect:
Post signage, place pylons for scheduled snow removal, lot maintenance and special events if requested. Note inoperative outlets, lighting, inappropriate barriers, missing or misleading signage, safety and service issues, reserved parking spots and lot maintenance. 7) Advise & Testify: Advise the Parking Coordinator of circumstances surrounding an incident, citation or appeal orally or written if requested. 8) Additional Duties:
Other duties or special assignments as assigned or requested.Essential About this position: This is a part-time temporary position up to 20 hours per week while school is in session. Additional hours may be available during winter/summer breaks.
This is a pool position and applicants will be reviewed on an as-needed basis during the year. The Student Parking Attendants serve to provide professional and responsive assistance to the UAF community by performing jump starts,doorunlocks, gas to stranded individuals on campus and providing accurate and helpful information to the UAF community and visitors. While enforcing UAF parking regulations, the Student Parking Attendants strive to deliver the highest degree of customer service possible while encouraging compliancetoparking rules and regulations.
These positions will have flexible hours between 7:30 am and 6:30 pm, Monday through Friday. The successful applicants will provide various types of support to the UAF community and may also perform special projects as assigned. The Student Parking Attendant (SPA) reports to the Parking Coordinator which is part of UAF Office of the Bursar.
Starting hourly rate of pay: $12.50, TYPICAL EDUCATION OR TRAINING: High School Diploma or Equivalent Valid Driver's License and ability to obtain a valid Alaska Driver's License Basic computer training KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES:
Exceptional customer service and communication skills
Conflict resolution and ability to maintain confidentiality
Ability to work outside in all types of weather and manually lift or move up to 50 lbs.
Self-motivated and able to work with little supervision
Ability to display professional demeanor and make consistent decisions being honest and trustworthy in all required duties Computer skills and operation of office machines (basic knowledge and use)
Ability to operate handheld devices, upload and download information todata base
Must possess and maintain a valid Alaska Driver's License with an excellent driving history, and can safely operate a motor vehicle adhering to all applicable laws,statuesand policies
Applicants must be able to maintain a clean and neat appearance and be willing to wear a uniform REQUIRED EXPERIENCE: Sufficient to perform the responsibilities of the position and to have acquired the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities.
Instructions to Applicants: Applicant should be enrolled as a student in a minimum of 6 credits with a minimum GPA of 2.0, or a newly enrolled student. Please attach a cover letter, resume, names and contact information (email and phone number) for three (3) professional references.
If you have difficulty applying for this posting, you may contact UAF Human Resources at(907) 474-7700. Application Due Date:
This is a pool position and applications will be reviewed on an as-needed basis during the year.
Successful submission of an application does not guarantee employment; successful applicants will be contacted as positions become available. If you have difficulty applying for this posting, you may contact UAF Human Resources at (907) 474-7700. Review Date:
To ensure consideration, please apply prior to 11:55 PM Alaska time onOctober 20, 2017to be considered. Applications received after this time and date may not be considered for this position. This recruitment is Open Until Filled.
Special Conditions of Employment: Students must maintain enrollment and regular attendance for a minimum of at least 6 undergraduate credit hours or 6 graduate hours to be exempt from FICA (Social Security and Medicare) tax. A credit hour load below the minimum required fur full-time student status will require the withholding of FICA tax (non-resident aliens on an appropriate visa who meet student employment criteria will continue to be exempt from FICA regardless of credit hour load). While in a student position, a student cannot hold any other type of simultaneous employment with the university.
Background Check: The successful applicant is 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/ Tobacco-Free Campus: UAF Campus is a tobacco free campus.
For more information, please go to: http://www.uaf.edu/tobaccofreecampus/ Notice of Nondiscrimination: The University of Alaska is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and educational institution. The University of Alaska does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, age, sex, physical or mental disability, status as a protected veteran, marital status, changes in marital status, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, parenthood, sexual orientation, gender identity, political affiliation or belief, genetic information, or other legally protected status.
The University's commitment to nondiscrimination, including against sex discrimination, applies to students, employees, and applicants for admission and employment. Contact information, applicable laws, and complaint procedures are included on UA's statement of nondiscrimination available atwww.alaska.edu/nondiscrimination Advertised:09 Oct 2017Alaskan Daylight Time Applications close:30 Jun 2018Alaskan Daylight Time
Office Specialist 2 (Office Specialist)
Office Specialist 2 (Office Specialist) Print Apply Office Specialist 2 (Office Specialist) Salary $2,461.00 - $3,431.00 Monthly Location Central Point, OR Job Type Permanent Department N/A - Fish & Wildlife-SW Region Job Number ODFW18-0024 Closing 3/2/2018 11:59 PM Pacific
Questions Description Make a Difference in Oregon's Natural Resources! ODFW Mission:
To protect and enhance Oregon's fish and wildlife and their habitats for use and enjoyment by present and future generations. • This position is with the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife located in Central Point. • This recruitment will be used to establish a list of qualified people to fill the current vacancy and may be used to fill other vacancies as they occur. • The employee in this position will be represented by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and will be subject to all terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement. Pay and benefits on all jobs listings may change without notice. • You must submit your application online. Paper applications will not be accepted.
Duties & Responsibilities Do you have a passion for fish and wildlife and enjoy working with the public? This position may be for you. The office specialist provides front line service to the public regarding current and accurate information about Department programs and activities to the public and provides direct administrative support to the staff and employees at the Rogue Watershed District office.
The major duties and responsibilities are to: • Greet, direct and/or assist customers coming in to the office. Answer incoming phone calls and determine where call should be routed to. Respond to public inquiries and provide information regarding fish and wildlife regulations, laws and procedures.
Answer questions from the public about the Denman Wildlife Area (DWA), issue DWA keys, permits and maps. • Provide information to the public in person and over the phone about Big Game and Game Bird regulations and emergency changes, including fur trapping regulations and hunter education information. Provide information to the public on sport fishing regulations, fishing access, fishing conditions, fish counts and ocean sport fishing seasons. Tag furbearer pelts and keep display racks stocked.
Give general wildlife and fish information. • Issue hunting/fishing licenses and tags using Point of Sale (POS) machine and manual procedures. Issue duplicate license and tags and complete affidavit for same. Collect appropriate fees for manual and POS sales.
Reconcile monies and POS printout with accounting tapes and submit weekly audit. Compile bank deposits for license money. Solve license/tags problems, seek advice if needed.
Explain application process for special licenses issued by the department. Help disabled vets with the free license process, explain how to request letter of disability for the VA, help fill out application and determine eligibility. Look up controlled hunt application information on computer using bridge software and outdoor central to answer questions about the controlled hunts draw process and point system. • Schedule monthly safety meetings including safety trainings.
Keep database of Rogue Watershed employees training records, updating as needed. Schedule mandatory trainings as required. Assist employees with SAIF claims process and paperwork.
Keep OSHA log and act as on site OSHA liaison. • Responsible for all office filing. Mail outgoing correspondence. Prepare UPS shipments.
Type and perform data entry for various statistical databases. Accept, date stamp and disperse incoming mail. Working Conditions • Work is conducted primarily in an office setting with occasional outside exposure.
Office located in a small village in a rural setting. • Must be able to communicate effectively and respectfully with the public, co-workers and staff. • Frequent public contact by phone and in person with members of the public who at times may be confused or difficult. • Frequent interruptions and changes in priority of work to be performed. • Requires a flexible work schedule that varies in the number of hours worked on a daily basis, but not necessarily each day, or a work schedule in which the starting and stopping times vary on a daily basis, but not necessarily each day. This includes working at all hours and workdays in excess of eight hours. • This position has been designated as sensitive in that the incumbent in this position has access to confidential/fiscal-related information. The successful candidate will be subject to an initial criminal history background check with fingerprinting and will be subject to annual criminal history checks thereafter.
Continued employment is contingent upon passing the criminal history background check. NOTE: You must have a valid driver license and an acceptable driving record. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will check driving records for in-state finalists.
Out-of-state finalists will be required to present a current driving record for review. NOTE: Within three-days of hire, applicants will be required to complete the U.S. Department Homeland Security's I-9 form confirming authorization to work in the United States.
ODFW participates in E-Verify. ODFW is not able to support VISA sponsorships. Qualifications, Required & Requested Skills Minimum Qualifications • Two years of general clerical experience, one year of which included typing, word processing, or other experience generating document; OR • An Associate's degree in Office Occupations or Office Technology; OR • Graduation from a private school of business with a Certificate in Office Occupations or Office Technology; and one year of general clerical experience.
College courses in Office Occupations or Office Technology will substitute for the required experience on a year-for-year basis. Note: Your application materials must clearly describe how you meet these qualifications. Answers to the supplemental questions must be supported by the "Work Experience" section of your Oregon E-Recruit application.
Note: You are strongly encouraged to attach a copy of all transcripts (if education is required to qualify) in order to receive credit for college degrees or coursework. If your transcripts are not attached, you will be required to provide a copy of your official or original transcripts (online transcripts are acceptable) during the selection process that show your name, the name/address of the institution, coursework with passing grades, and degree conferred (including date) to validate education, if necessary. Requested Skills Preference will be given to applicants with experience: • Working in a fast-paced office with multiple priorities • Using Microsoft Word and Excel • Reviewing customer documents for authenticity and accuracy • Using a computerized cash register • Sorting and shipping mail • In customer service Additional Information Your answers to the supplemental questions must be supported by the "Work Experience" section in your Oregon E-Recruit application or you may not be considered for this position.
Resumes will not replace the completed "Work Experience" section in your online application. You may be disqualified if your work experience does not include information used to: 1) meet the minimum qualifications of the job and 2) back up your answers to the supplemental questions. Only those individuals who most closely match the requested skills will be invited to an interview.
Only complete applications will be considered. Be sure to answer all supplemental questions and attach all required documents. Late submissions will not be accepted.
If you need assistance with adding attachments to your profile or to a specific job posting please go to www.oregonjobs.org and click on frequently asked questions under Resources. This quick help guide can be found under Application Process – Completing and Submitting an Application (bullet about half way down). Note: A resume (text or attached) will not be reviewed for work experience unless stated in the job posting that it is a required attachment.
To apply, follow the "Apply" link above and complete the Oregon Employment Application online. You must click the 'Confirm' button at the end of the application by the posted close date to be considered for the job posting. All application materials (including transcripts) must be received by the closing date/date posted on this job posting.
YOU MUST APPLY ONLINE BY 11:59 P.M. ON FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 2018. Interviews: Applicants whose responses most closely match the requested skills and needs of the position will be invited to an interview.
If called for an interview, applicants will be asked to sign a reference authorization and release form at the time of interview. Reasonable accommodations for interviews will be provided upon request to individuals with disabilities. If you are experiencing difficulty applying for this position or have questions, please contact the ODFW Human Resources office at 503-947-6051. IMPORTANT NOTICE – E-mail Addresses Required The state of Oregon requires all applications to have a valid e-mail address.
If you do not currently have an e-mail address and do not know where to go to get one please go to www.oregonjobs.org and click on frequently asked questions (FAQ's) under Resources, then scroll down to Creating an Account for more information. Application Reference Number: ODFW18-0024 Effective November 1, 2016, SEIU represented employees who are Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) participating members will have their base salary increased by 6.95%. Upon becoming a PERS participating member, SEIU employees pay the employee 6% contribution to PERS.
Veterans - If you are an eligible veteran and you meet the minimum qualifications, veterans' preference points will be added to your score. To receive veterans' preference points you MUST attach to your electronic application the following required documentation: A copy of the DD214/215 for the five (5) point preference; OR A copy of the DD214/215; AND a veteran's disability preference letter from the United States Department of Veterans' Affairs for the ten (10) point preference.
For more information on veterans' preference points visit www.oregonjobs.org and select Veterans resources under Resources. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer Core benefits Medical, vision and dental insurance
Comprehensive medical, dental and vision plans for the employee and qualified family members + $5,000 in employee basic life insurance Retirement benefits
Membership in the Public Employees Retirement System (PERS)/Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan (OPSRP)
Employer paid defined benefit and defined contribution programs Effective November 1, 2016, SEIU represented employees who are Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) participating members will have their base salary increased by 6.95%. Upon becoming a PERS participating member, SEIU employees pay the employee 6% contribution to PERS. Paid leaves and other benefits
Sick leave earned at the rate of 8 hours per a month with no maximum accumulation
Vacation leave earned at a minimum rate of 8 hours per month with accrual rate increases at 5-year increments + 24 hours personal leave earned each fiscal year
Ten paid holidays a year The state also provides access to an innovative Employee Assistance Program that offers work-life counseling, along with homeowner, legal and family resources. Optional benefits
Term life (employee, spouse or domestic partner, and dependents
Long-term and short-term disability
Accidental Death and Dismemberment
Long-term care (self and eligible family members)
Flexible spending accounts
Option to enroll in the Oregon Savings Growth Plan, a deferred compensation program offering a wide variety of investment options. The following information describes typical benefits available for employees. Actual benefits received may differ by position or branch of government or be prorated for other than full time work.
This position is responsible for setting the supervision and coordination of operations at the site
level. Provides professional direction, maintain individual and site productivity goals. Actively and consistently research and market to expand beneficiary base; and/or services. Implement policies and procedures to assure regulatory compliance with all Federal, State, and Medicaid and agency rules and regulations.
Director of Operations
Ensure operations and procedures provide the best means for sites to carry out their responsibilities and achieve projected goals
Assists Director of Operations in the development of current and long-term organizational goals and objectives as well as policies and procedures for operations
25% monthly audit of client service notes
Support of all activities associated with the Director of Operations, including staffing for
all staff meetings, meeting schedules, locations, development of agenda, and meeting materials
Developing organizational and administrative methods and program objectives for Director of Operations consideration
Direct and participate in all audits, including Federal, State, LME, Medicaid waiver standards and agency
RBHS workers and immediately report issues/concerns to Director of Operations
Provide training, motivation, goal setting, and supervision for operations site-level operations staff
Disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems for all operations site level
Direct the implementation of approved procedures to achieve maximum productivity, efficiency and regulatory compliance
Maintain overall efficiency and compliance of site as set by company policies
Locates or proposes potential services by contacting reputable partners; discovering and exploring opportunities fur agency growth ; and forwarding to Director of Operations
" Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; participating in professional organizations
" Enhances organization reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments
Attend In-service or external trainings as directed
Protects organization's value by keeping information confidential
To perform this job successfully, the 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. The Clinical Supervisor will report to the Director of Operations. The Clinical Supervisor will have their own billable caseload and will perform the duties of the Clinical Supervisor. The Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for the operational and administrative supervision of MA and RBHS staff on their team. The Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for training MA and RBHS staff on operational and administrative duties.
The Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for conducting a 25% monthly audit of all service notes. These audits will focus on administrative document completion and service delivery The Clinical Supervisor will be responsible for tracking the interactions of the RBHS staff and their clients. The Clinical Supervisor will also be responsible for tracking the billing of MA's and RBHS staff. The Clinical Supervisor is responsible for the overall satisfaction of the RBHS clients.
The Clinical Supervisor will deliver audit findings to Director of Operations. The Clinical Supervisor will then have seven days to correct audit findings and return a Plan of Corrections to the Director of Operations. The Director of Operations will keep a record of all audit findings and
POC. The findings will be a part of the performance analysis management system of Community
Oversees day to day operations and directly supervise RBHS staff
Oversees beneficiary admission process
Trains staff on service delivery
Provides staff with necessary information in order to complete their jobs
Tracks staff activity weekly on tracker sheets to ensure financial goals are being met and reviews
payroll before submitting to the billing department
Maintains own billable caseload
• Technique knowledge, Cultural Awareness, Analytical Skills, Decision Making Skills,
Interpersonal Skills, Communication Skills (oral/written) and Clinical Skills.
• Ensure Professional dress/language/ conduct/positive attitude
• Ability to facilitate meetings
• Use of office equipment
• Ability to use software/ computer knowledge
• Ability to mediate
• Ability to obtain appropriate licensure/ certification (if applicable)
• Must have a 4year degree in Mental Health or Business, Marketing, Management or any
other Business related field
• Master's degree preferred
Environmental Working Conditions and Physical
• Must possess the ability to work in an office setting and to use standard office equipment.
• Sitting in a seated position for extended periods of time
• Reaching out by extending hands or arms in any direction
• Manual dexterity required to manipulate small objects such as using a keyboard
• Strength to lift and carry files weighing up to 10 pounds
• Communication skills using the spoken word, both in person and over the telephone
• Visual ability to read materials in either a printed format or on a computer screen
• Stamina to maintain attention to detail despite frequent interruptions
This staff member is expected to demonstrate commitment, competence, people skills and
adaptability. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level or work
being performed by employees assigned to this classification. They are not intended to be
Hope For Change LLC
construed as an all-inclusive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of all personnel so
assigned. Hope For Change LLC, Inc. reserves the right to amend and/ or make
changes to this job description as needed.
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