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Pacific Seafood needs leaders like you. Join Pacific Seafood as General Manager at our secondary, value-add processing and packing facility located in Woodland, Oregon. As a market leader in West Coast wild caught seafood, you will have an opportunity to direct plant operations, specializing in King and Dungeness Crab processing and Shrimp, Sockeye, Whiting, and Tuna packing. We are looking for accomplished seafood business leaders with a strategic mindset who can effectively communicate and execute their vision, develop and grow a team, and sustainably and consistently grow their business year after year.
We were founded in 1941 by the Dulcich family. To this day, Pacific Seafood remains a family-owned and operated company dedicated to providing the healthiest protein on the planet. Our vertically integrated business model allows us to manage all parts of the supply chain from harvesting and fishing, to processing, shipping, and distribution, in order to provide customers with fresh, sustainable, high-quality products. Pacific Seafood offers the opportunity to make a difference in people's lives and work with our sustainable resources to provide healthy products to consumers worldwide.
Be a role model in projecting and applying The Pacific Seafood Group's Diamond Philosophy (Productivity, Quality, Excellence and Teamwork) and promote teamwork at all times.
Develop a deep understanding of the Pacific Seafood strategic plan, business model and the multiple vertically integrated business units; collaborate and align with cross-functional teams to plan and implement the business strategies.
Meet or exceed business unit KPIs and execute growth plans to achieve net income objectives through effective leadership of others.
Develop and manage an operating plan to meet or exceed business unit objectives. Determine strategies and tactics for achieving financial objectives, presenting assumptions and recommending objectives. Make sound business projections, identify the impact of budgetary assumption changes, and make appropriate adjustments.
Management of all plant expenses including capital expenditures and annual planning, meeting all budgeted requirements
Develop and control profits, plans, and budget for the efficient use of materials, machines and team members; review and analyze activities, costs, operations, and forecasted data to determine department or division progress toward stated goals and objectives.
Direct operational efforts in the most efficient manner possible for our sustainable resources and by appropriate utilization of equipment and personnel.
Develop and execute internal and external resource procurement plans.
Direct secondary processing teams:
Ready to eat products
Value added products
Responsible for establishing metrics, business plan development, and managing organizational structure.
Strive to continuously improve operations with respect to best practices for productivity, food quality, worker safety, inventory levels and management of operating expenses.
Develop talent in support of a culture that is energized, engaged, and highly motivated to deliver highest levels of quality. Ensure implementation of team building and succession planning programs and foster a culture aligned to the values and mission of Pacific Seafood.
Implement employment policies and guidelines in alignment with company to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal employment regulations.
Foster a working environment that encourages highly satisfied team members with a low turnover rate.
Coordinate plant activities with other internal company departments and establish effective working relationships with external regulatory agencies and community businesses.
Represent Pacific Seafood in the local community as an active, contributing member of the community.
Critical Competencies for Success:
Foster an environment that encourages others to seek out opinions, feedback and new ideas.
Demonstrate humility and respect when interacting with all levels within the organization.
Build and foster a culture of shared ownership; drive performance and accept accountability and responsibility for their organization's performance.
Set clear performance goals and expectations; manage and hold Team Members accountable to those goals.
Provide continuous, direct and candid feedback to team members.
Strong interpersonal and relationship building skills.
Build a multi-year road map identifying key operational initiatives to optimize and drive efficiencies in the current environment, in an atmosphere of cost consciousness, while allowing for substantial growth, change and innovation in the future.
Possess the strategic business perspective to anticipate (and take advantage of) key marketplace trends, opportunities and vulnerabilities, and represent them to senior management with the appropriate communication skills for persuasion and influence.
Make decisions considering the implications to the entire business.
Possess excellent critical thinking, creative problem-solving and decision-making skills.
Identify and explore new solutions and opportunities to push the business forward.
Possess the discipline to monitor progress consistently and stick to previously agreed upon priorities when prudent, or adjust the plans when appropriate.
Strong business acumen with a forward thinking, results-oriented mindset linking strategy to solutions.
Demonstrates success working in a highly collaborative, cross functional environment, with a track record of accomplishments with measurable business results.
Ability to lead process improvement efforts and motivate and develop team members to their highest potential.
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in related field. A fisheries management, or Business Administration is preferred.
Minimum eight years' experience as a department manager in manufacturing and procurement in a food processing environment.
Excellent working knowledge of finance and accounting. Ability to read/interpret and explain the P&L.
Prior seafood production, or purchasing management experience.
Prior experience with the Individual Quota program, including quota trading and buying experience, strategizing fishing habits, market needs, and changes in Total Allowable Catch
Prior LEAN management and constant process improvement production experience.
At Pacific Seafood, your base wage is only a portion of your overall compensation package. When you add in the additional benefits below to our competitive base wage you can increase your total compensation up to 25%.
Health insurance benefits options, including medical, prescription, vision, dental, basic group life and short term disability.
Flexible spending accounts for health flex and dependent care expenses
401(k) Retirement Plan options with generous annual company profit sharing match
Paid time off for all regular FT team members, to include paid sick, vacation and personal time
6 paid holidays
Employee Assistance Program- Confidential professional counseling, financial, and legal assistance provided at no charge to Team Members and immediate family members
Product purchase program
Pacific Seafood is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Fisheries Technician 1- Columbia River Sampling
Interview anglers recording catch, specie, effort and biological data. Travels to canneries, fish buying locations and tribal in-lieu sites collecting biological data and samples. Collections include length, gender, scale samples, DNA/GSI samples, CWT's, PIT's and VSI using established protocols. Use CWT wand and Biomark reader (Allflex) to collect coded wire tags and pit tags. Biological data entry using iPads and Tough pads.
Participate in survey crews that conduct recreational/commercial fishing surveys and tag detection and mark recovery surveys. Make standardized observations such as species identification, length, weight, behavior, growth, survival, reproductive condition, and/or signs of parasites, diseases or pathogens, fin clips or tags.
Collect and organize biological and habitat samples and collections (such as scales, otoliths, ageing structures, other tissues, water quality, etc.).
Summarize and input biological or habitat data on field forms, electronic data loggers, and/or desktop computers.
Knowledge Required by the Position:
At the lower end of the range, employees use knowledge of basic arithmetic, reading, writing, and data collection to perform routine or repetitive tasks.
At the upper end of the position range, employees use knowledge of the basic principles and protocols of fish biology to make readings, measurements, and observations; execute tests; collect samples, etc. If complex equipment systems are operated, the employee has the knowledge to perform calibrations or adjustments to achieve desired results.
Additional Mandatory Skills:
- perform creel census
- electronic detection technol.
- able to swim
- valid driver's license
- fish species ID skills
- operate handheld data recorder
- compile and collect neat and accurate data
- oral communication skills
- written communication skills
Demands can range from moderate --where there is walking, climbing stairs and ladders, reaching, lifting, bending, and strenuous sweeping-- to rigorous. In the latter case, the incumbent must be able to handle buckets of water or gear weighing up to 50 pounds. Long daily periods of hiking, carrying equipment, swimming, and/or standing may be required. Some work requires the ability to maintain footing in fast-moving water.
A portion of the work is performed in an office setting with adequate lighting, heating and ventilation. The majority is performed in fish processing labs, fish holding areas, and/or in the field. Incumbents may work on narrow, elevated walkways and platforms that are over or adjacent to water. Field work involves exposure to all types of weather, slippery rocks, trails, irregular terrain, insects, poison oak, rough or fast-moving water, or cold water temperatures. Work at high elevations or aboard boats may be required.
Minimum Qualification Requirements:
A range of experience and education may be presented. At the lower end of the range, candidates must present six months of General Experience* OR one year of education above the high school level that included at least six semester hours in any combination of scientific or technical courses. An equivalent combination of experience and education is also qualifying.
At the upper end of the range, candidates must present one year of Specialized Experience OR a 4-year course of study above high school leading to a bachelor's degree with a major or at least 24 semester hours of coursework in any combination of scientific or technical courses. An equivalent combination of experience and education is also qualifying.
- General Experience is (1) any type of work that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position or (2) experience that provided a familiarity with biological sciences or the processes of the biological sciences.
Specialized Experience is experience that equips the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position and is typically in or related to the work of the position being filled.
Part Time Retail Sales Consultant
Great things are in store! Our part-time careers allow you to optimize your earning potential by working during the store's busiest times, including evening and weekend hours. Excellent pay and fewer hours with more opportunities to make the sale... what are you waiting for?
Do you like helping people? Do you have a strong desire to connect people with technology and entertainment? You may have what it takes to join our amazing team! Our Retail Sales Consultants build solutions for our valued customers and meet/or exceed key sales objectives. They work with a full portfolio of awesome products including wireless, connected car, and wearables. They also offer integrated, seamless, and smart entertainment options including DIRECTV & DIRECTV NOW.
You'll use your knowledge and passion to deliver an effortless customer experience while pursuing challenging and rewarding goals! This role comes with a very competitive salary and commission package as well as awesome benefits. We are passionate about innovation, we love our employees and we love connecting our customers to their world.
Sharing your knowledge with our growing customer base comes with many rewards. Start with the paycheck: Base plus commission. Our current part-time Retail Sales Consultants working 20-24 hours per week earn an average of $30,380 per year in total compensation.
You'll also gain an amazing benefits package, including:
Ongoing paid training
Exciting career paths
Supportive team environment
Employer-provided mobile device
Paid time off
Not to mention some pretty cool perks, like:
One of our latest devices and a service plan. Using our technology, gain first-hand expertise to share with our customers.
Discounts on accessories and additional AT&T products and services. That means you always have access to the coolest gadgets around.
A spring and fall fund to spend on a wide range of Team Color apparel. You'll even receive a welcome kit of fun gear to get you started (including two shirts).
Prior retail or customer-facing sales experience is a plus but not required. AT&T Sales training will be provided.
You may be invited to complete an interview by recording a video, so make sure to watch your email for updates.
Job ID 1930086
Date posted 06/21/2019
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Paint/Sand-Blast/Clean-Up parts using chemicals, or sand blast cabinet. Safely use angle grinder to debur/break edges of parts. Safely use overhead cranes and the ability to properly rig for safe lifting. Read and interpret drawings and ability to us the information to manufacture product. Possess a mechanical aptitude and have basic knowledge of general shop practices. Ability to follow quality procedures and be responsible for the quality of the product they are working on. Drive and operate forklift safely.
Paints assembles components and sub-assemblies using hand and mechanical equipment.
Understand the complete scope of Paint operations on particular station(s).
Work under general direction of supervisor.
Work Safely in the Manufacturing Production Environment.
Follow detailed verbal / written assembly instructions, processes, and procedures.
Read and understand customer work orders and assembly instructions.
Move, process, and organize materials and manufactured products.
Perform quality control checks and verification of work order specifications.
Properly fill out basic forms, reports, and label products correctly.
Communicates and works effectively with others.
May provide hands on and verbal job function training to coworkers as needed.
Report problems with quality, processes, equipment and materials to Production Supervisor..
Maintains a clean and organized work area to facilitate manufacturing functions.
Must be able to read drawings and any work instruction manuals.
Must be able to work safely in a manufacturing environment and wear Personal Protective Equipment (Including Respirator)
Must be able to meet physical demands and skills analysis of job.
Must have good written and oral communication skills.
High School diploma or GED
Ability to use hands to finger, handle, or feel.
Ability to frequently sit, stand, walk, reach within hands and arm's length, stoop, kneel, and crouch.
Ability to lift and/or move 25 pounds, and up to 50 pounds.
Specific vision requirements include close vision and color vision.
Ability to use power tools, air tools and other vibratory tools.
Ability to work from a standing position for extended periods of time.
Ability to work around hot heavy machinery
Ability to work in an open manufacturing environment, subject to seasonal weather (hot/cold)
Mueller is an Equal Opportunity Employer and offers an excellent salary and benefits package. Current benefit offerings include: medical and dental insurance, 401K plan with company match, Employee Stock Purchase Plan program, short-term and long-term disability benefits, vacation, tuition reimbursement program, company-provided life insurance, supplemental insurance at group rates, and much more.
Scientific Technician 2, Non-Permanent *05325-19
SCIENTIFIC TECHNICIAN 2 - FISH PROGRAM
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
This posting will be used to fill multiple positions. It will remain open until all positions are filled. The initial review of applications will begin on June 10, 2019. The hiring authority reserves the right to offer the job at any time. It's to your advantage to apply quickly.
The Department of Fish and Wildlife, Fish Program is recruiting to fill a variety of non-permanent Scientific Technician 2 positions throughout Region 5. This posting will be used to fill up to twenty-three (23) non-permanent positions stationed out of the Ridgefield, Kelso and Beaver Creek field offices. Some positions may be shortened or extended due to workload needs. The hours and days of these positions are variable and may include full-time, part-time, and on-call schedules.
For a more detailed description of specific job duties, tasks, and duration, please visit the following link:https://wdfw.wa.gov/sites/default/files/hr/2019_st2_available_positions_in_detail.pdf
These positions are covered by a collective bargaining agreement between the State of Washington, Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Washington Association of Fish and Wildlife Professionals (WAFWP), which contains a "union security" provision. Duties
These positions filled conducted a variety of duties that are required. Typical work could include:
Assist with regional fisheries projects
Tasks may include:
- Conducting adult salmonid spawning ground surveys on the Lower Columbia River and its tributaries; identifying and enumerating adult salmonids (live and dead) and redds; using GPS devices to mark redd locations;
- Capturing, identifying, enumerating, handling, and tagging and/or marking salmonids (juveniles and adults) for mark/recapture programs and distribution monitoring;
- Assisting with the installation, maintenance, operation and removal of monitoring structures and devices for adult and juvenile salmonid monitoring such as traps and weirs;
- Interviewing sport anglers and recording catch by species, effort and biological data and collecting biological samples from fish such as salmon, trout, and sturgeon;
- Monitoring and observation of commercial fisheries;
- Travelling to fish buying locations and tribal in-lieu sites to collect biological samples from commercial catch; using established protocols to detect and collect coded wire tags (CWT) and passive integrated transponders (PIT), collecting DNA for Genetic Stock Identification (GSI) and making Visual Stock Identification (VSI) calls;
- Entering data into dataloggers and PDAs;
- Conducting snorkel surveys in streams and rivers;
- Collecting broodstock for established enhancement and hatchery programs;
- Sampling and spawning of fish at hatcheries;
- Operating motorized and/or non-motorized vessels for monitoring and conducting surveys;
- Conducting larval tows using plankton nets to collect eulachon and other fish species larvae;
- Operating set-lines for sturgeon population estimates;
- Identifying and enumerating larval, juvenile and adult stage eulachon and sturgeon;
- Assisting with trout creel surveys and lake plants;
- Monitoring of marine mammals;
- Working stand-by at field locations.
Some positions may:
Entail working nights and/or weekends, holidays and overtime. Additionally, these positions are located in a variety of locations throughout the region, (Clark, Cowlitz, Lewis, and Wahkiakum counties) encompassing a variety of environmental factors.
Work may be in inclement weather conditions including snow, rain, wind, and direct sun. Some positions may require travel, possibly for multiple days.
While working outdoors, candidates may be exposed to extreme temperatures, with the possibility of daytime highs greater than 100°F and daytime lows less than 30°F, with wind speeds of greater than 25 mph. Duties are often conducted on wet slippery surfaces.
Require the ability to:
Lift, either with or without assistance, large, live and dead fish, typically up to 30 lbs and rarely over 100 lbs.
Repetitively carry loads up to 70 pounds for short distances over rough terrain.
Walk up to fifteen miles per day over rough terrain under adverse weather conditions.
Climb in and out of motorized and non-motorized boats.
Require driving long distances in state-owned vehicles or personally-owned vehicles with mileage reimbursement. Require swimming/snorkeling in rivers and streams Operating motorized and/or non-motorized boats on lakes and rivers in up to Class III waters Necessitate working alone in isolated areas. Willing to sample spawned out salmon carcasses that can contain very strong odors. Require being on various types of vessels for long periods of time in inclement weather. Require interacting with other departmental personnel, the public, personnel from other agencies, and local landowners in a professional manner. Candidates must have the ability to accurately record repetitive data under adverse environmental conditions for long periods of time. Qualifications
Graduation from high school or GED, including one year of high school science and two years of experience as a Scientific Technician.
Graduation from high school or GED including one year of high school science and two years of laboratory or field experience as an assistant to a biologist, chemist, or zoologist.
College course work involving major study in biology, zoology, fisheries, chemistry, natural sciences, or closely allied field will substitute, year for year, for experience, provided the course work includes at least six semester or nine quarter hours of natural science classes.
Valid Washington State, or other state, driver's license is required.
Ability to identify salmonids and other fish species in larval, juvenile and/or adult life stages.
Ability to identify salmonid redds.
Knowledge of resistance board and fixed panel adult fish weirs.
Knowledge of fish marking and tagging protocols.
Knowledge of fishery monitoring, observing and sampling.
Knowledge of commercial fishing gear types and methods.
Ability to row non-motorized oar-framed boats such as drift boats and catarafts in white water conditions in Class 1 through 3 rapids.
Knowledge of the basic operations of motorized vessels
Ability to do basic functions in MS Excel and Access.
Knowledge in how to operate CWT and PIT tag detectors.
Ability to operate handheld GPS and data logger devices.
Ability to work alone in remote locations.
Ability to work well with others in both a field and office setting.
READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS COMPLETELY:
Carefully review your application before submitting.
The initial screening will be solely based on the contents and completeness of the "work experience" section of your application in Careers.wa.gov and the supplemental questionnaire.
A resume will not substitute for completing the "work experience" section of the application.
Responses to the supplemental questionnaire regarding work experience must be reflected in the "work experience" section of the application.
Responses not supported in the work experience and/or education section of the application may disqualify you from consideration for employment in these positions.
All information may be verified and documentation may be required.
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.
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.
Maintenance II - 2 Positions
Maintenance Tech II Woodland Meadows & Villa San Martin maintains the facilities for two properties that provides affordable housing for farmworkers. Woodland Meadows is located in Woodland with 51 units and Villa San Martin is located in Kelso with 26 units for a total of 77 units. These properties also have a shared maint tech that is assigned to properties and tasks as needed.
Maint Tech II La Casa de San Juan Diego maintains the facilities for a total of 76 affordable units for farmworkers in Woodland. This property also has a shared maint tech that is assigned to properties as needed.
Perform a variety of routine general building maintenance tasks, limited grounds maintenance and janitorial duties. Assist with non-routine preparations on units for new tenants.
Assist with maintaining building security systems, immediately reporting problems to the Property Manager and entering units only as directed by the property manager within CHS guidelines. Seek to provide tenants with a safe, positive and sanitary living environment. Perform these tasks with minimum supervision, applying solid work experience in this area.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Receive and investigate requests for maintenance in apartment units, common areas or to the exterior of buildings. Work in conjunction with Property Manager to make vacant units ready for re-rent within 10 days.
Make needed repairs, refer to supervisor, or contract with outside vendor. Remedies may be in the form of plumbing, electrical, appliance, carpentry, and/or lock repairs. Types of repairs includes, but are not limited to, the following:
As directed, perform interior and exterior repairs and painting.
Perform necessary sheet rock repairs/texturing.
Perform minor electrical repairs, such as replacing fixtures and switches.
Perform minor appliance repairs and/or recommend replacement.
Perform plumbing repairs, including replacing/repairing toilets and faucets, and auguring drains.
Move furniture, change light bulbs and assists with pest control.
Complete maintenance request forms. As appropriate, return one copy to tenant.
Return additional copies of completed form to the supervisor at the end of each working day. Take rapid action(s) to solve urgent problems, thereby preventing further damage or harm to building and/or tenant. Develop and implement preventive maintenance programs for equipment and systems, as appropriate and needed.
Understand the functions of fire control, water and other building systems. Routinely observe these systems to determine that they are working properly and educate other staff members as needed about the functioning of these systems. Perform routine grounds maintenance to ensure a pleasant curb appeal.
This may consist of sweeping/blowing grounds, picking up garbage and removing graffiti. Perform interior and exterior janitorial duties. This may consist of cleaning windows, vacuuming, cleaning common areas, and sweeping stairways.
Respond to janitorial emergencies i.e., accidents in public areas, plugged toilets, etc. Purchase/order supplies, equipment or services, to meet routine maintenance, janitorial or grounds needs and for special projects. Educate tenants about the correct use of apartment and amenities.
Respond to tenants and staff concerns about the maintenance of their apartments and the building as a whole. Attend trainings at multiple locations around Northwest Washington as required of employees and staff meetings as scheduled.
Become familiar with landlord/tenant law and the actions that are permissible for landlords. Observe/follow guidelines on confidentiality rights of residents and respect their privacy.
Maintain a customer service approach at all times. Alert Management to non-maintenance concerns, e.g. social service concerns raised from interactions with a resident. Be willing and able to be on-call after hours/weekends for emergency security/building related calls.
Respond quickly to building related emergencies after business hours and on weekends in conjunction with the Property Manager. As requested and according to availability, serve as back up for on-call maintenance emergencies at other locations within the portfolio. Be able to utilize computer programs to track maintenance work orders, vacancy and preventative maintenance.
Maintain accurate record of hours worked and report time on schedule. Attend trainings at multiple locations around Northwest Washington as required of employees and staff meetings as scheduled. Maintain cooperative relationships with residents/businesses in surrounding neighborhood.
Contribute to the mission of Catholic Community Services and Catholic Housing Services. Contribute to and support a positive, team-oriented work environment. Perform other job-related duties as assigned. Qualifications
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: (Qualifications applicants must possess for the position.)
One to two or more years of maintenance experience. Working knowledge and experience with plumbing, electrical, and lock systems.
Working knowledge and experience with repair of plaster, wall repairs, and painting. Willing and able to learn fire control, steam, and pumping systems. Ability to learn pest control techniques.
Experience working independently, prioritizing work tasks, and following through with the completion of the tasks. Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. Must be willing to travel to obtain supplies and occassionally work at other locations when necessary.
Be willing and able to be on-call after hours/weekends for building emergencies. Must have reliable transportation, valid Driver's License, and automobile insurance, and have an acceptable driving record per agency driving policy.
SUBSTITUTE QUALIFICATIONS: (Qualifications may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.)
May be substituted for one year of maintenance experience:
Certificate of completion from a technical college in general building maintenance.
Certificate of completion from a technical college in plumbing and electrical systems.
Experience performing general maintenance tasks at multiple locations.
Experience working with a diverse population in a residential environment.
Experience with customer service.
Experience with computers, including e-mail, word processing, and spreadsheets.
Part Time Sales Associate - In Store Marketer
Seeking Part Time Home Solutions Advisors to join our Sales Support Team within your local area!
The Home Services division of Sears Holdings Corporation specializes in installed Home Improvement products and the product lines, including: siding, doors, roofing, kitchen remodels, cabinet re-facing, bathroom remodeling, and heating and air systems (HVAC).
As a Sales Leads Generator, also known as a Home Solutions Advisor (HSA), you will approach retail shoppers and ask them to schedule a free no-cost / no-obligation estimate in their home, for any of the home improvement products of their choice.
We generate leads in a variety of environments; every day brings a new opportunity!
Military PX/Exchange services
Community events, festivals, fairs
Home Improvement Trade Shows/Conventions
High school graduate or equivalent
Must be 18 years old or older
Ability to persuade with minimum selling skills
Ability to be a self-starter, with the ability to stay focused on goals and be self-disciplined
Ability to maintain a positive attitude while handling rejection
Ability to write legibly
Must have above average verbal communication skills
Ability to work a varied work schedule to meet the needs of the business
Ability to move about for extended periods of time
Ability to travel to multiple locations
Must have own transportation
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES REQUIRED TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
Knowledge or experience in the home improvement, retail or telemarketing field
Ability to work independently with minimal supervision
Enthusiasm and positivity
Willingness to learn and assist with displays and marketing materials
Must be able to stand and walk for extended periods of time
We offer excellent competitive hourly wages PLUS pay incentives for appointments set, paid holidays and a Associate Discount Points program. The best opportunity for more leads is on the weekends. High level earning potential depending on drive and personal achievement in this role, virtually uncapped.
- Teamwork in the patients best interest
- Quality patient care with clinical autonomy based on best practices in the patients best interest
- New patients assigned equally on a rotation basis. Your patients stay with you.
- This position will accommodate mostly AHCCCS patients.
- 2 years of in-office experience
- Must have completed a Pediatric Dentistry Residency
- Current applicable State Dental License (or the ability to acquire one by the time of employment)
- Other licenses/certifications such as CPR, DEA, NPI
Overnight Certified Nursing Assistant (Cna)
Enlivant is seeking a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) at Creekside Place in Battle Ground, WA
Full-Time | Overngiht Shift
At our core, we believe the care and service for America's aging population is not only a moral obligation, but also an honor and a privilege. By combining our fundamental values with our mission to enrich life through meaningful relationships and vibrant communities, we seek to earn the right to be viewed as the nation's most trusted senior living provider. We employ compassionate people with integrity who embody excellence and promote these values.
Enlivant and its subsidiaries operate more than 230 assisted living residences comprising more than 11,000 resident units across the United States. Enlivant assisted living residences are intimate, vibrant communities where our staff treats residents like family and serves them with the utmost integrity and compassion. Enlivant employs nearly 7,000 people.
We welcome you to become a part the team today and discover the fantastic career opportunities we have available. Join us on our quest to become the nation's most trusted senior living provider.
We will look to you to promote our CHIEF core values of compassion, humility, integrity, excellence and fun. The Certified Nursing Assistant is responsible for all activities of daily living (ADLs) for our residents.
Provide quality resident care as indicated on the care plan
Promote residents' independence
Provide assistance with housekeeping and laundry
Medication administration depending on state regulations
Participate in community's Life Enrichment Activities, events and outings, while encouraging residents to attend
Additional duties as assigned
Experienced Caregiver or Certified Nursing Assistant Certification (CNA) per state requirements
High School Diploma or GED or 1-2 years of relevant experience
The ability to work a full shift, come to work on time and work overtime as needed
The ability to work according to the necessary schedule to meet job requirements with or without reasonable accommodation
Possess good interpersonal communication skills
Ability to work harmoniously with other employees and develop/maintain good employee relations and employee morale
Exhibit good time management and organizational skills
Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills
Uphold the principles of our mission: to enrich life through meaningful relationships and vibrant communities
Express compassion for residents, staff and guests on a consistent basis
Engage others in fun and creative activities
Strive for excellence in all aspects of the job
Work with integrity in all interactions
Enlivant provides equal employment opportunities for qualified individuals and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability or other prohibited basis.
Where required by state law and/or city ordinance; this employer will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm work authorization.
In Store Branch Manager Nmls 1 - Battle Ground Albertsons
The In-Store Manager is responsible for managing and anticipating the needs of the branch, including driving sales, stellar customer service, complying with regulations and policy requirements, and facility management. In-Store Managers actively coach other employees, as well as lead indirectly by example, fostering a customer-centered branch environment. Other responsibilities include people management, expert product and service knowledge, partnership with other areas of the U.S. Bank and the retail store management in which the branch is based. In-Store Managers are also accountable for upkeep of the branch balance sheet and financial statements, and branch profit and loss. In-Store Managers are empowered to effect real change at work, in personal lives and in the community.
At U.S. Bank, you'll get the incentives, support and tools you need to meet your goals and build a meaningful career. We reward top performance and ethical team players. Incentives are based on sales referrals, branch growth and customer satisfaction. In-Store Managers have flexible schedules that may include weekends (depending on branch location).
We're looking for people who want more than just a job – who want to make a difference in the communities where we live and work. Apply today and explore what's possible with a career at U.S. Bank.
This position requires National Mortgage Licensing System (NMLS) registration under the terms of the S.A.F.E. Act of 2008 and Regulation Z. You will be subject to the required registration process, which includes a criminal background and credit check. Failure to meet or maintain any of the NMLS registration requirements, including maintaining a satisfactory criminal and credit record, may result in a rescission of your offer or termination of employment.
Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience
Two or more years of experience in sales, retail or banking environment, including sales management, customer experience and relationship management
Minimum one year of supervisory experience
Thorough knowledge of the bank's products and services
Basic knowledge of regulatory, policy and compliance issues
Good knowledge of retail product philosophy, policy, procedures, documentation and systems
Thorough knowledge of teller and platform functions
Good analytical skills necessary to evaluate credit requests, prepare budgets and determine trends in a given marketplace
Strong background in retail sales and sales management practices
Ability to proactively solicit new business
Effective leadership, interpersonal and negotiation skills
Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills
Excellent customer service skills
Ability to manage multiple tasks/projects and deadlines simultaneously
Ability to resolve complex problems with minimal guidance
Working knowledge of employment practices
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