Multiple Drum Sander Helper Job Description Sample
Auto Body Sander And Buffer
Our work environment is second to none in the industry
Excellent schedule that allows for work/life balance
We encourage health and fitness ...Fit Bits for everyone!
100% employee paid Healthcare Premium; 401k match (All teammates qualify)
A Leadership Team that listens and is geared toward teammate engagement/development
Tons of Fun. Dodgeball, Flag Football, Basketball Tournaments, Wing Eating Contests, etc.
Competitive hourly and salary comp packages (NO FLAT RATE)
WHAT TO EXPECT
Buffing and finishing vehicles
Tear down and reassembly
Grinding, sanding and preparing panels for paint
Wipe down, tape, mask and bag vehicle
Mix paint and clean spray guns
Spray primer and apply light body filler
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REQUIRED SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
High School Diploma or equivalent is desirable
Must be 18 years of age and have a valid driver's license
Must have no more than two moving violations in the last three years or DUI
Ability to work as a team player and interact with customers, managers and coworkers in a professional and courteous manner
Ability to multitask and prioritize effectively
Excellent interpersonal and leadership skills
Possess the energy and drive to accomplish goals, meet deadlines and find solutions
Hiring is contingent on passing a complete background check and drug screening
This job position is designated as a safety sensitive position
Must be able to lift up to 60 pounds independently; majority of lifting from knee to shoulder heights; other lifting required from various levels.
Must be able to carry and transport up to 60 pounds up to 20 feet.
Requires standing for extended period of time with frequent stretching, reaching, walking and stooping, pushing and/or pulling in an environment that may be cold, hot, noisy, and wet and may have fumes or odors due to vehicle maintenance.
Requires excellent visual acuity and manual dexterity.
Requires use of safety equipment that may include but not limited to face shield or goggles, non-slip shoes, gloves, mask, and other protective garments and equipment.
Requires frequent driving and some typing.
Must adhere to regular and predictable attendance.
Carvana is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.
This role is not eligible for visa sponsorship.
Hiring is contingent on passing a complete background check as well as a driving record check. You must possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving record.
Carvana is a tobacco free company which includes all forms of tobacco. All Carvana properties are subject to our tobacco free standards.
Drum Group Leader - E Tank
Guides and monitors staff, equipment, and workload to ensure safe and timely completion of processes and projects.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Ensures Health & Safety is the number one goal by following policies, processes, and acting in a safe manner at all times.
Schedules, plans and directs employees in their assigned tasks ensuing production goals are met in a safe and efficient manner.
Trains new employees in company and department procedures and monitors adherence.
Interfaces with other areas and departments to insure a smooth flow of product through the treatment cycle.
Monitors equipment assigned to area and notifies maintenance of major breakdowns.
Responsible for the unloading and loading of wastes in conformance to company rules and regulations.
Operates and maintains the cyanide destruction unit (CDU). The CDU is a programmable logic controlled pressurized vessel.
Perform preventive maintenance and inspections on operating equipment.
Load, unload and process solid and liquid waste safely in accordance with Company, federal, state and local regulations/rules.
Operate a fork truck and Bob Cat with attachments.
Adds proper mixture of chemicals to incoming waste materials in order to change the compositions to disposable products in accordance with Company rules and regulations.
Directs liquid waste through a system of pumps to tanks for storage.
Perform basic spill cleanup and housekeeping duties as directed.
Perform chemical compatibility checks to prevent reactions and other issues.
Utilize barcode system equipment to document certain inventory activities.
Review laboratory data to determine proper handling and disposal of materials.
Use Department of Transportation (DOT) knowledge/training to match and label inbound materials and for storage and shipping of containers to other sites.
Use proper equipment to remove samples of materials for analysis and compatibility checks.
Responsible for keeping operating areas, walls, pipes and floor in a clean and safe condition.
Utilize knowledge of applicable EPA, DOT, OSHA and permit regulations.
Understand Heritage Coding and labeling systems to handle and manage waste containers.
Position handles hazardous materials and will often require use of PPE: Boots, Gloves, Suits, Eye/Ear Protection and Respirator.
May participate in hiring, performance evaluation, discipline, promotions, and termination decisions.
Heritage believes that each employee makes a significant contribution to company success. That contribution should not be limited by the assigned responsibilities. Therefore, this position description is designed to outline primary duties, qualifications and job scope, but not limit the incumbent nor the company to just the work identified. It is Heritage's expectation that each employee will offer his/her services wherever and whenever necessary to ensure the success of company endeavors.
Education: High school diploma or equivalent required.
Experience: 1 year of Leadership experience is required. One to three years of Heritage Plant Operations experience preferred.
Knowledge and Abilities: Ability to understand hazardous waste regulations (RCRA) and safety regulations (OSHA). Ability to wear personal protective equipment, including respirator. Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function of this job.
A post offer drug screen will be required. A post offer background check may be required.
Mechanic Helper / Shop Helper
Mechanic Helper / Shop Helper
Eastern Lift Truck Co., Inc., a leader in forklift sales and service for over 45 years, was built on the motto "We're Known For Good Service”. We provide sales and service in all areas of the Lift Truck, Material Handling, Allied Product Business, and Compactor/Baler repair. We are expanding & looking for motivated people who wish to contribute and be a part of our growth. Currently, we are looking for a Mechanic Helper / Shop Helperfor our York, PA location.
The Mechanic Helper / Shop Helper will complete the following main tasks (this list is not an all-encompassing list of duties):
- Will work diligently to keep the shop organized and clean
- Seek to assist mechanics with shop jobs when necessary
- Unload delivery trucks as needed
- Seek to keep shop supplies stocked
- Will complete small repair jobs at the request of the Shop Manager and Branch Manager
- Make certain industrial batteries are kept on charge
- General maintenance and housekeeping
- Some mechanical repair experience desired
- Positive attitude
- Professional demeanor
- Experience safely operating Lift Trucks
- Stable work history
- Excellent work ethic
- Forklift Operator Certification highly desired
- Ability to provide references of prior employers
- Medical, Dental, and Prescription Plan.
- 401k with partial company match
- Short & Long Term Disability
- Basic and Supplemental life insurance policies
- Paid vacation and comp days
- Paid holidays
Eastern Lift Truck Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Freedom Schools Program - Site Coordinator - Full-Time - Multiple Positions
Freedom Schools® Site Coordinator Position
The site coordinator should be experienced in working with large groups of children and in partnerships with young adults. He or she must be responsible, energetic, able to think on his or her feet, well-organized, and a strong role model. He or she may have worked in the past as a CDF Freedom Schools servant leader intern or in a similar position. The site coordinator should have strong leadership skills with empathy for children and their parents. He or she should be familiar with the culture and dynamics of the community, committed to the goals of the CDF Freedom Schools program, and able to work collaboratively with all program constituents.
Manage the day-to-day activities of the site and ensure servant leader interns have necessary materials and supplies for the classroom and students.
Provide guidance, support, encouragement, and constructive feedback to servant leader interns.
Maintain team spirit among site staff and conduct debrief sessions at the end of each day. During the debrief sessions, provide technical assistance and feedback to the servant leader interns on all aspects of their work.
Design and coordinate parent workshops and other parental involvement initiatives, or assist the parent coordinator or other designee.
Work with the project director to keep the lines of communication open between parents, staff, and sponsor organizations.
Ensure responsible management of servant leader interns employed by his/her local program site while at CDF Freedom Schools National Training in June.
Attend Orientation and Training if new to the site coordinator position and the National Training.
Must be at least 21 years of age and have completed at least one year of college
Experience managing large groups of children, college-age young people, and parents
Solid commitment to children's advocacy and enthusiasm for the CDF Freedom Schools program
Ability to motivate others and work as part of an intergenerational team
Strong appreciation and understanding of individual cultural history and the willingness to be open and respectful of all cultures
Willingness to strive for excellence in all areas and ability to think critically and analytically
Exhibit positive behavior and attitude; model a mature and professional demeanor; possess excellent written and verbal skills
Strong interpersonal skills and commitment to the ethics of good character, humility, and servant leadership
Current voter registration (as eligible by law)
Authorization for background check for criminal and child protective findings
- Hold a Minnesota State Administration license.
Multiple Floating Lpns- Full Time
You will be responsible for delivering high quality care to assigned patients at one of Rochester's most prestigious teaching hospitals and their affiliates.
You will have the pleasure of working alongside an excellent group of providers and staff that are dedicated to offering the best family-centered care.
- Provide basic patient care and treatment
- Collaborate with registered nurses to administer prescribed medications
- Sterilize and prepare medical tools and equipment
- Perform minor lab: Urine analysis, blood glucose,drug testing
- Preparing and administering injections
- Utilizing an EMR System
- Charting and reporting any changes in patient condition
- Educate and update patients on medical treatments
- Call In prescriptions
- Previous experience in nursing or other medical fields
- Familiarity with medical tools and equipment
- Ability to build rapport with patients
- Compassionate and caring demeanor
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Graduated from accredited school of nursing with license
- CPR certification
- 2+ years experience
Floating option is available
Competitive compensation package with excellent healthcare and dental benefits, tuition reimbursement, etc
If you are a LPN that has a passion for caring for patients of all ages, don't miss this opportunity and APPLY NOW !
No overnights or weekends will be required
Schedule made on a weekly basis
ESS Teachers For 2019-2020 S/Y - Multiple Locations
We are seeking qualified candidates to teach ESS for 2019-2020 School Year.
The ESS Teachers primary responsibility will be overseeing and implementing the Exceptional Scholar Services (ESS) program at their site. Under the direction of the ESS Director, Site Principal and Head of Schools, the ESS Teacher plans and provides for appropriate learning experiences for scholars with disabilities in a variety of educational settings. The ESS Teacher is responsible for creating a flexible program and learning environment that provides specially designed instruction for scholars with disabilities, such that the scholars benefit from the classical education model and curriculum to the greatest extent possible when supported with supplemental aids, accommodations, modifications and other needed supports.
Line of Authority/Reports to: ESS Teacher shall be directly responsible to the Principal, ESS Director, and/or Head of Schools and will work directly with Administration.
Works with: ESS Director, Vice Principal, Principal, Head of Schools, Department Heads, Faculty, Office Staff, Health Services Coordinator, Families and Scholars of Leman Academy.
- Minimum of a Bachelors Degree and completion of accredited teacher preparation program or 45 hours of education courses at an accredited institution, including 21 hours in special education and eight hours of practicum
- OR- a valid teaching certificate from another state.
Valid Arizona Teaching Certification for Special Education.
AZ DPS Fingerprint Clearance Card / Background and Criminal History Clearance.
First Aid and CPR Certification.
The successful candidate will demonstrate knowledge of the necessary principles and application of theory into practice for effective instruction and positive behavioral supports that are beneficial for implementation with all scholars with disabilities.
Demonstrates the ability to provide positive behavioral support to scholars in a group and an individual setting.
Demonstrates an understanding of the federal, state, and local mandates governing the determination and delivery of Exceptional Scholar Services.
Completes observations and reports pertaining to learning behaviors of scholars.
Displays the ability to work effectively with administrators, colleagues, central office and school based staff, scholars, parents and community members.
Working knowledge and understanding of Classical curricula and learning
- OR- a willingness and desire to learn the Classical model of education.
- Working knowledge and understanding of Charlotte Masons educational philosophy and methodology
- OR- a willingness to better understand Miss Masons educational philosophy and methodology.
- Working knowledge and understanding of the Common Core Standards (Arizona College and Career Ready Standards)
- OR- a willingness to learn such standards.
- Working knowledge and understanding of Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) k-12 online assessment system
- OR- a willingness to effectively understand the NWEA online assessment system.
- Working knowledge and understanding of eIEP Pro (web-based IEP writing program)
- OR- a willingness to learn such programs.
Proven leadership ability promoting collaborative decision making.
Strong verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills to positively impact community, parents, scholars, administration, instructional staff and office support staff.
Strong commitment to supporting and safeguarding the principles of excellence in classical education.
Working knowledge of pedagogy, instructional methodology, and curriculum development.
Ability to manage conflict resolution with an attitude of humility and service.
Working knowledge and understanding of Data-Driven Instruction model
- OR- a willingness to better understand and learn more of data-driven instruction and assessment decision-making.
Duties and Areas of Responsibility:
Coordinating and assuring full state and federal compliance with all aspects of programming (identification, review, dismissal) for scholars with disabilities per the IDEA, Section 504 and the ADA.
Provide direct Exceptional Scholar Services, as needed, and supervising itinerant service providers; provide direct and indirect instructional support to scholars in a positive environment.
Conduct formal and informal assessments of scholars to determine progress made toward achieving IEP goals on a weekly or monthly basis. Progress reports sent home to parents each quarter.
Meet with parents to discuss their child's progress and to determine priorities for their child and their individualized educational needs.
Establish and enforce rules and procedures for responsible behavior, maintaining order among the scholars for whom you are responsible.
Employ special educational strategies and techniques during instruction to improve the development of sensory- and perceptual-motor skills, language, cognition, and memory.
Instruct scholars in academic subjects using a variety of techniques such as phonetics, multi-sensory learning, and repetition to reinforce learning and to meet scholars' varying needs and interests.
Teach socially acceptable behavior, as determined by the scholars individualized education programs (IEPs) by employing techniques in an overall positive behavioral support system.
Modify the classical education curriculum for scholars with disabilities based upon a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
Facilitate in the development and implementation of informal academic and behavior intervention programs for individual scholars in need.
Plan and conduct activities for a balanced program of instruction, demonstration, and work time that provides scholars with opportunities to observe, question, and investigate.
Establish and enforce rules for behavior and procedures for maintaining an environment conducive to learning for all scholars.
Confer with parents, administrators, testing specialists, social workers, and other professionals to develop individualized education programs (IEPs) designed to promote scholars' educational, physical, and social/emotional development.
Maintain accurate and complete scholar records and prepare reports on scholars and activities, as required by laws, school policies, and administrative regulations.
Establish clear objectives for all lessons, units, and projects and communicate those objectives to scholars.
Develop plans for effective communication, monitoring, and follow-up of scholars in inclusive classroom settings.
Provide crisis intervention, as needed, for scholars and those in inclusive classrooms.
Assist in collection of data for providing appropriate classroom interventions.
Serve as a member of a Scholar Study Team (SST) and a multidisciplinary team, as appropriate.
Preparing and reporting accurate and timely data for internal and external regulatory purposes; assist in preparation of data for local, state, and federal reports.
Maintain professional competence by participating in staff development activities, curriculum development meetings, and other professional opportunities.
Perform related work as required.
Maintain confidentiality per FERPA.
Work Habits and Attitudes:
Be a self-starter with an ownership attitude.
Demonstrates a strong sense of drive to meet goals.
Shows initiative and resourcefulness.
Performs accurate work in a timely manner.
Meets deadlines and sets priorities.
Demonstrates flexibility and adaptability.
Works well with minimum supervision.
Is dependable and accepts responsibility.
Shows sensitivity and tact in dealing with others.
Accepts direction and constructive criticism.
Cooperates with fellow workers and other departments.
Follows school policies and safety rules.
Demonstrates a professional appearance on a daily basis.
Demonstrates a willingness to work as a team player.
Embraces collaboration with other professionals.
Excellent organization, time management and follow-up skills.
Maintains a professional environment at all times.
Leman Academy offers a very competitive benefits package and overall compensation will be commensurate with talent, experience and education.
Sales Account Executives: Multiple Locations
Who We Are
OpenWorks is a leading facility solutions provider, founded in 1983, headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona with regional offices nationwide. Our mission is to improve our customer's results by consistently making their facility cleaner, safer and healthier. Through our Franchise Owners and Preferred Partners, OpenWorks services more than 1100 facilities each day across the United States.
What You'll Do
As a Sales Account Executive with OpenWorks, you will be directly responsible for selling comprehensive facility services packages to commercial businesses in your region. Success in this role is measured by hitting and exceeding monthly sales goals by staying ahead of weekly, monthly, and quarterly metrics.
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Generate new leads by prospecting, networking, acting as an assertive hunter
Own and manage a sales funnel of up to 750 prospects
Consult, educate and strategize to sell OpenWorks' facility services to C-Level executives
Participate in professional and personal development programs to refine sales skills
Successfully transition your clients to an account manager after closing the sale
What We're Looking For in You
Hunter mentality, who enjoys a competitive, quota-driven sales environment
Strong communication and tenacity – no fear of the phone
Solid performance history of meeting goals and winning awards in a B2B sales environment
What'll Make You Standout
You're a polished, energetic hunter in business development
Compelling presentation skills that inspire a call to action
Genuine relationship builder who exudes professionalism and confidence to close the deal
Competitive athletes, community leaders, and military service
What You'll Get
Competitive base pay with performance based promotions
Monthly, quarterly, annual commissions, bonuses
Chance to win Annual President's Club Trip and other contests
$400 monthly auto allowance
Cell phone reimbursement
Company issued Microsoft Surface Pro
401k retirement savings plan with generous company match
Comprehensive medical, dental, vision, disability, and life insurance
Paid time off (PTO) and paid holidays
Why We're Different
The OpenWorks culture is focused on promotion from within, which is achieved by our commitment to training and developing an outstanding team of professionals. If you work hard, you'll reap the rewards, both personally and professionally. Our team is driven to accomplish great things in the work place so they can enjoy a fulfilling lifestyle. We invite you to connect with us on Linkedin and Facebook!
OpenWorks is an equal opportunity employer.
OR Manager, Multiple Units, FT
The Manager, Multiple Units is accountable for the direction, supervision and evaluation of patient care performed by nursing personnel within their assigned service setting in accordance with established goals.
Responsible for unit operation, scheduling, position control, staffing and coordination of the quality improvement process.
Applies advanced, broad-based knowledge of nursing practice and theory as well as advanced knowledge of techniques of supervision, management, and leadership as applied to specific nursing responsibilities.
Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing or successful completion of sufficient units in nursing to qualify for state licensure.
Demonstrated expertise in the service area and leadership ability.
Approximately three to five years of relevant experience in the healthcare industry or a healthcare setting.
Previous leadership Experience in the healthcare industry or a healthcare setting.
Current California Registered Nurse license.
Current CPR card.
SKILLS AND CERTIFICATIONS [note: bold skills and certification are required]
Current CPR card
Current California Registered Nurse license
Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing or successful completion of sufficient units in nurs
Approximately three to five years of relevant experience in the healthcare industry or a healthcare
Previous leadership Experience in the healthcare industry or a healthcare setting
Security Clearance Required: No
Visa Candidate Considered: No
2+ to 5 years experience
Management Experience Required
Willingness to Travel
Risk Control Internship - Global Risk Solutions - Multiple Locations (Summer 2019)
Gain valuable business experience at a Fortune 100 company!
Liberty Mutual Insurance's internship programs give you the chance to work on a variety of critical business assignments, test your skills, use your academic knowledge and match your interests to a real job.
As an intern at Liberty Mutual Insurance, you will develop knowledge about the business through exposure to a functional area (such as claims, finance, sales/service, underwriting and/or IT). You will focus on developing the skills necessary for success by assisting professionals with day-to-day job assignments. You may be assigned to additional training or project work. The Company's internship program is intended to provide students from diverse backgrounds with the opportunity to practice business skills learned in school while gaining work experience.
Risk Control consultants embody Liberty Mutual's mission of "helping people live safer, more secure lives." In this proactive role, you'll spend much of your time with customers at their offices and operations, applying your skills in safety, engineering, math, science or business to help clients analyze and control their risk of insured losses.
Satisfactory completion of Liberty's Risk Control Role training module
Assist with research and development of draft loss control support resources
Apply loss control problem solving by participating in: risk assessments, system analysis, recommending solutions, and performance measures related to customer service requests
Assist field consultants with preparation work prior to job shadow field visits
Participate on job shadow loss control visits to customer locations
Working towards a bachelors degree in occupational safety, fire safety, engineering, or a related field
Strong written, oral, and interpersonal skills
Ability to conduct extensive research, evaluation, and analysis
Ability to work independently on projects with limited supervision
Ability to work full-time for a minimum of 10-12 weeks (June-August)
Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA; additional requirements may apply
At Liberty Mutual, we give motivated, accomplished professionals the opportunity to help us redefine what insurance means; to work for a global leader with a deep sense of humanity and a focus on improving and protecting everyday lives. We create an inspired, collaborative environment, where people can take ownership of their work; push breakthrough ideas; and feel confident that their contributions will be valued and their growth championed.
We're dedicated to doing the right thing for our employees, because we know that their fulfillment and success leads us to great places. Life. Happiness. Innovation. Impact. Advancement. Whatever their pursuit, talented people find their path at Liberty Mutual
Job: Risk Control
Primary Location: United States-Massachusetts-Weston
Education Level: Bachelor's Degree (±16 years)
Risk Control Development Program - Global Risk Solutions - Multiple Locations
Launch your career at Liberty Mutual Insurance - A Fortune 100 Company!
Liberty Mutual Insurance is seeking college graduates who are interested in launching a career with a Fortune 100 company starting in January 2019 and June 2019! We'll start you off right with a comprehensive development program, one-on-one mentoring, on-the-job training, a "promote from within" culture, and a strong pay-for-performance compensation structure.
Our supportive culture is ideal for those that enjoy helping people to answer questions and resolve issues. As a Risk Control Consultant, you will have the opportunity to develop key skills and to build a successful career at a stable company that has consistently outpaced the industry in growth.
Risk Control Consultants embody Liberty Mutual Insurance's mission of "helping people live safer, more secure lives." In this proactive role, you will spend much of your time with customers at their offices and operations, applying your skills in safety, engineering, math, science, or business to help clients analyze and control their risk of insured losses.
Throughout your career, Liberty Mutual Insurance will support you with outstanding training and a team approach to helping customers mitigate loss. Whether you hope to advance in a technical, service, or managerial direction, we always encourage professional growth and steadfastly stand by our promote-from-within philosophy.
Acquires the knowledge and skills needed to provide commercial insurance customers with consultation services for an array of loss prevention products/services through the successful completion of an entry-level training program and experience.
Conducts extensive research, data collection and evaluation and analysis in order to make recommendations to control customer's source of risk, loss and/or costs.
Successfully complete 12 month initial training program for new consultants within a field consultant office.
This is the entry-level to the loss prevention consultant job family.
0-2 years of professional experience
Bachelor's degree with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. Additional requirements may apply.
Ability to learn property/casualty insurance products, services and loss control concepts (risk assessment, risk analysis, solutions management, progress measurement, etc.)
Successfully complete the entry-level training modules.
Effective written, oral, and interpersonal skills to develop and maintain relationships with customers
Ability to conduct extensive research, evaluation and analysis.
Position requires travel, including regular customer site visits.
We value your hard work, integrity and commitment to positive change. In return for your service, it's our privilege to offer you benefits and rewards that support your life and well-being. To learn more about our benefit offerings please visit:
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