Responsible for the overall health and wellbeing of all animals at the livestock facility.
Works directly with facility managers to maintain a safe environment for all livestock and students at the facility.
As vital components of the Title III Grant, Student Mentors represent a group of positive, enthusiastic, and well-informed representatives of the student body who are interested in working with faculty, staff, administration, and students to promote student success. TVCC Student Mentors are responsible for serving as role models and mentors to all students with a particular emphasis on continuing students’ success and retention.
This position is sales representative and customer relations. This includes sales and customer communication. A positive attitude is key but hard work ethic is all we need. We teach you the rest with detailed training. Must be able to work on your feet 6 hours a day. Full-time/Part-time jobs. Permanent and seasonal jobs available. $5,000/mo. No benefits. Monday through Saturday. Earn even more with hard work on commission scale.
We are looking for a Data Entry Operator to update and transfer information on our company databases and computer systems. Data entry operator responsibilities include collecting and entering data in databases and maintaining accurate records of valuable company information. Our ideal candidate has essential data entry skills, like fast typing with an eye for detail and familiarity with spreadsheets and online forms.
Currently looking for multiple experienced caregivers. We have multiple open shifts ranging between 2 and 12 hours at all hours of the day. Our clients have a variety of needs ranging from companionship to full assistance with activities of daily living. We have positions open in the morning as well as during the day, evenings and over nights.
Gravity Contractors specializes in steel erection and we are currently looking to bring on a few ironworkers.
27 Locations in the Treasure Valley. $10.00 to $18.00 /hour Pay rate is depending on Experience.
General Responsibilities: 1. Ability to set up CNC Milling and Turning Machines independently as well as using machine tool setup sheets. 2. Accurately interpret engineering drawings and determine machining methods to meet required part tolerances, fit, and finish. 3. Knowledge of G-code and surface speeds and feed rates appropriate for different materials. 4. Build accurate and efficient fixtures for complicated part production when required. 5. Cooperate with CNC Programmers on machine tool set-up, trouble-shooting and improving programs to maintain machine productivity. 6. Competently use all precision measuring instruments and contribute to JST’s quality program by following quality procedures. 7. Utilize a Personal Computer and shop floor control software to accurately track job labor and material usage. 8. Understand and follow company procedures and act in a safe manner in a manufacturing environment. 9. Maintain stewardship of equipment, and contribute to the maintenance and cleanliness of the shop. 10. Perform miscellaneous tasks as required to support manufacturing, engineering, quality, and quoting departments. 11. Contribute to team effort by achieving results. Work cooperatively with team members and assist engineering with design for manufacturability. Communicate design constraints and work within the team to achieve solutions.
Review and assets all the activities around the LOTO (Lock Out / Tag Out) Program for all industrial equipment in the entire facility Applies basic industrial principles and skills to the inspect, check and development new LOTO procedures Develop and implement test plans, troubleshoot problems, and collaborate with other engineers to confirm proper LOTO procedures in place.
Certified Psychiatric Technician Medical Assistant PAY GRADE: DOE Provide a safe caring environment for all patients, while being cognizant of their individual psychiatric and medical diagnoses. Performs other tasks as assigned. Follows direction/ assignment as given by charge RN.
The Ontario Child Welfare is currently recruiting for 2 full time Office Specialist II positions. These vacancies have been posted on the State of Oregon jobs website. Select the link below to view job announcement/apply: Closes: Monday, April 8, 2019
The State of Oregon is launching a high priority hiring surge dedicated to immediately filling more than 300 positions related to the Child Welfare Division of the Department of Human Services. This effort is part of Governor Kate Brown’s Executive Order No. 19-03, which is aimed at improving Oregon’s child welfare system to better serve our most vulnerable children and families. The State of Oregon is launching a high priority hiring surge dedicated to immediately filling more than 300 positions related to the Child Welfare Division of the Department of Human Services. This effort is part of Governor Kate Brown’s Executive Order No. 19-03, which is aimed at improving Oregon’s child welfare system to better serve our most vulnerable children and families.
We are a vineyard in Grants Pass, Oregon at the confluence of the Rogue and Applegate Rivers. We are looking to hire seasonal, part time, and full-time workers. We can provide housing and are open to working around a school schedule. There is lots of room to grow with us for anyone interested in a career in the industry. We are looking for an assistant vineyard manager and vineyard labor. Additionally, we are launching our private label wine this year and there could be opportunities to help with sales, branding, and pouring events. We are a 1,000-acre farm that also grows sod, hay, and pumpkins. We are home to 300 pairs of cattle from spring through fall. There is no shortage of work and a wide variety of skills to develop while here. We are happy to train someone into the position over time or to hire directly depending on skill set. Wages are industry standard and fluctuate based on skill. We do not charge for housing. Please send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
This summer, all positions will be on a call when needed basis, meaning when the crew and engine modules are ordered to an incident, we will be calling individuals into the office. They will have two hours to respond. Once they are here, we will pay them an hourly rate of $18.64, as well as provide all transportation, lodging and meals. This program is being designed to help recruit individuals into the Forest Service, so we will be helping with resumes for fed. Jobs and walking students through the application process when jobs open during the summer. We will start the season in May and provide folks with 80 hours of paid training to get them ready for fire assignments. After that, they will be a member of the crew and help us in support of fire suppression efforts locally and throughout the country.