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Electronics Technician II 04.15.21

(Technical Careers) Permanent link

Hearth & Home Technologies

 

 

Job Description

 

 

 Interested applicants (or anyone that has questions) can reach out to me , David Richmond, at richmondd@hearthnhome.com or 651-564-0081.  Please have students / graduates that are applying for the position attach a resume as well.

 

 

Please note that the position is written as more of a senior level role, but we are open to hiring new graduates and training them as well. 

 

 

Job Title:                  Electronics Technician II

 

Reports to:               Project Engineer/Engineering Manager

 

FLSA Status:           Non-exempt 

 

Prepared Date:       April 14th, 2020

 

 

 


Purpose Statement

 

To support the vision and goals of HHT by prototyping and testing products, processes, and new technologies that support the R&D, New Product Development, Quality, Manufacturing and Reliability departments. 

 

Essential Functions

 

·            Assist with electrical component prototyping including PCB board design, wiring harness development, and system testing / troubleshooting.

·            Ability to understand electronic design controls and or familiarity in design verification and compliance testing, including IPC, J-STDs, and IEC, standards.

·            Conduct circuit failure analysis, including destructive methods and part swapping

·            Work with vendors to outsource non-destructive test methods including X-ray/CT-scan, cleanliness (IC/Zestron). 

·            As needed, take on a technical leadership role including test protocol development, creation of engineering change orders (ECO’s) and leading continuous improvement projects surrounding fireplace control systems.

·            Use problem solving tools and basic statistical analysis to implement improvements during testing and development.

·            Develop and train other members on test protocols and data sheets.

·            Research technologies and write test reports that summarize results.

·            Must follow all safety rules and regulations.

·            Must follow all quality standards.

·            Other duties as assigned.

 

Skills and Abilities

·         Self-starter, able to complete projects with limited direction and communicate results.

·         Prioritize projects and meet required timelines as directed by Manager/SDR team Project Engineer.

·         Ability to work in a team environment to solve problems and meet timelines.

·         Effectively handle changes in tasks and priorities on a daily basis.

·         Interpret technical prints and specifications.

·         Basic computer skills: i.e. Microsoft Office applications, E-CAD software, etc.

·         Use analytical skills to interpret data and make sound decisions.

·         Demonstrate accuracy in test set up and data collection.

 

 

Education & Experience

 

·         High school diploma or GED, and 5-10 years of related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Preferred Qualifications

 

·         2-year Associates Degree in Electronics Technology or similar program

·         3+ years of experience as an Electronics Technician, Electrical Engineering Technician, or Mechatronics Technician.

 

Career Track

 

This position can lead to career progression in leadership or technical areas throughout quality, manufacturing, and design.


 

Job Demands and Conditions Analysis

O = Occasional, less than 1 time per week   F = Frequent, from 1/3 to 2/3rds of the time

S = Some, less than 1/3 of the time               C = Consistent, more than 2/3rds of the time

                                                                        Blank = not required

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

O

S

F

C

 

ENVIRONMENTAL

REQUIREMENTS

O

S

F

C

Sitting

 

X

 

 

 

Works alone

 

X

 

 

Standing

 

 

 

X

 

Works with others

 

 

X

 

Walking

 

 

X

 

 

Customers contact

X

 

 

 

Lifting

 

 

X

 

 

Shift work

X

 

 

 

Carrying

 

 

X

 

 

Extended day

X

 

 

 

Pushing

 

 

X

 

 

Cold

 

 

 

 

Bending at waist

 

 

X

 

 

Heat

 

X

 

 

Twisting upper body

 

 

X

 

 

Temperature changes

 

X

 

 

Climbing

 

 

 

 

 

Wet

 

 

 

 

Balancing

 

 

 

 

 

Humid

 

X

 

 

Kneeling

X

 

 

 

 

Noise

 

 

X

 

Crouching

 

X

 

 

 

Confined area

 

 

 

 

Crawling

 

 

 

 

 

High places

 

 

 

 

Reaching

 

 

X

 

 

Work outdoors

X

 

 

 

Working with hands

 

 

 

X

 

Work indoors

 

 

 

X

Working with fingers

 

 

 

X

 

Mechanical hazards

 

 

X

 

Talking

 

 

X

 

 

Electrical hazards

 

 

X

 

Hearing

 

 

X

 

 

Explosive materials

 

 

X

 

Vision acuity - near

 

 

X

 

 

Fumes

 

X

 

 

Vision acuity - far

 

X

 

 

 

Odors

 

X

 

 

Depth perception

 

X

 

 

 

Dusts

 

X

 

 

Field of vision

 

X

 

 

 

Mists

 

X

 

 

Color vision

 

 

X

 

 

Gases

 

X

 

 

Driving

X

 

 

 

 

Poor ventilation

X

 

 

 

Other

 

 

 

 

 

Other

 

 

 

 

EQUIPMENT OPERATION

 

 

 

 

 

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

 

 

 

 

Driving cars/ light trucks

X

 

 

 

 

Work with solvents

X

 

 

 

Driving heavy trucks/ vans

 

 

 

 

 

Work with acids, corrosives

 

 

 

 

Using keyboard & mouse

 

X

 

 

 

Work with epoxies

X

 

 

 

Operating forklifts, stackers

X

 

 

 

 

Paint

X

 

 

 

Operating machine tools

 

X

 

 

 

Other

 

 

 

 

Operating power hand tools

 

X

 

 

 

OTHER

 

 

 

 

Operating Torch

 

 

 

 

 

Travel

X

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Variable Schedule

X

 

 

 

I reviewed the job description for the  Engineering Technician II  position and acknowledge that I am able to fulfill the requirements of performing the essential duties of the job.  The following accommodations were discussed:

 

None  

or

Restrictions: ______________________________________________________________________

 

 

Signature:___________________________________________Date

Accounting Clerks 04.14.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers) Permanent link

Benchmark

We are currently hiring for up to 3 full time Accounting Clerks in Winona (or Rochester) with a link to the posting here:  https://hcm-benchmark-prd.inforcloudsuite.com/hcm/xmlhttp/shorturl.do?key=D8           

             

Description here:

Benchmark provides comprehensive solutions across the entire product lifecycle; leading through its innovative technology and engineering design services, leveraging its optimized global supply chain, and delivering world-class manufacturing services. The industries we serve include: commercial aerospace, defense, advanced computing, next generation telecommunications, complex industrials, medical, and semiconductor capital equipment.

Summary:
Under supervision, performs both the collection and processing of customer cash receipts into the Accounts Receivable system and/or the disbursement of funds to vendors in the Accounts Payable system and all other aspects of the two functions within the Finance department.

Responsibilities:
• Numerically account for all invoices generated each day and mail invoices timely. For Accounts Payable, account for all invoices to be paid and execute payment at the direction of Finance Management
• Check and verify records for accuracy
• Prepare invoices and/or vouchers
• Post customer cash receipts into the Accounts Receivable system; Post vendor invoices into the Accounts Payable system
• Ensure all liabilities are properly records at month end
• Post journal entries as required
• Code data for financial data processing system
• Reconcile daily activities
• File paid invoices and maintain Accounts Payable files
• Assist in maintaining customer contact regularly to ensure timely collection and a current aging
• For Accounts Receivables, assist in coordinating the resolution of invoice collection issues with Program Management; For Accounts Payables, work with vendors to a limited extent and Benchmark purchasing personnel to resolve any outstanding issues or payment schedules
• Answer both internal and external basic inquiries/references related to processing function
• Assist with the reconciliation of the sub-ledger to the General Ledger at month-end
• Perform basic analysis of data for submission to supervision
• May be assigned projects of moderate complexity to resolve
• Prepare non-routine reports for review by management

Other information:
• Effective written and verbal communication skills
• Effective interpersonal skills
• Ability to multitask and take on additional responsibilities as required
• Effective organization and prioritization skills
• Demonstrated high attention to detail
• Proven ability to demonstrate discretion and confidentiality when representing the company
• Ability to work overtime when needed
• Proven ability to work with diverse groups
• Accepting of opportunities to cross-train into other site operations, as needed
• Participation in a continuous improvement activity

Education:
• 2 Year accounting or related degree preferred, or equivalent combination of education and experience as approved by executive management; 2+ years’ experience in the accounting field. Must have the ability to perform moderate-complex accounting tasks   

US:MN:Winona

Shift: 1st Shift

Work Schedule:  M-F 0800-1630 

Full Time

 


Positions at Fastenal 04.14.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers, Trade and Industrial Careers, Other) Permanent link

Associate EDI Integration Analyst Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/416334
Janitorial Maintenance Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/416255
Content Analyst Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/416229
Content Support Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/416220
Fabrication General Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/416073

Maintenance Technician 04.14.21(1)

(Trade and Industrial Careers) Permanent link

 Lorentz Meats

 Maintenance Technician

 

Join the Lorentz Meats Team! We are a full service, niche meat processing company in Cannon Falls, MN, specializing in organic, natural, and grass fed meat. We process for niche-meat branded programs, including processing and retail ready packaging ready for shipment or export, while sticking to our roots of processing individual animals for the local farmers. We may be the processor behind your favorite specialty brands at the grocery store. The Lorentz family has fed our families for five decades and continues to support our local farmers and community.

 

Summary/Objective
The maintenance technician position is responsible for performing highly diversified duties to install, troubleshoot, repair and maintain production and facility equipment according to safety, predictive and productive maintenance systems and processes to support the achievement of the site’s business goals and objectives.

 

Essential Functions

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Perform repairs, preventive maintenance and component replacement on food process equipment and systems.
  • Adjust and repair components according to manufacturer specifications and quality standards. 
  • Inspect and tests equipment to verify proper operation, make adjustments as needed to assure error-free operations.
  • Document all parts used for preventive maintenance and repair to ensure proper inventory of parts are always available for operational readiness.
  • Read and interpret equipment manuals, work orders, and any other applicable documentation to perform required maintenance and service.
  • Recognize abnormally operating equipment and use troubleshooting skills to diagnose, analyze and repair mechanical, electrical, electronic equipment issues.
  • Ability to identify cost-effect solutions to decrease repeated equipment deficiencies (root cause analysis).
  • Monitor work site to assure that all work zones and equipment are in safe operation. 
  • Comply with safety regulations and maintain clean and orderly work areas.

 

Qualifications/skills:

  • Operating knowledge of electronics systems
  • Excellent trouble shooting skills
  • Experienced with vacuum, pneumatics, electrical and conveyance systems
  • Excellent use of shop tools
  • Strong mechanical aptitude
  • Working knowledge of HVAC systems

 

Work Environment

While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to fumes or airborne particles, moving mechanical parts, vibration and 40 to 90 degree temperatures.  The noise level in the work environment can be loud. 

 

Physical Demands

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to communicate and understand instructions.  Possess good eye-hand coordination and dexterity.  This position is very active and requires standing, walking, bending, kneeling, stooping, crouching, twisting, and climbing frequently. The use of hands and arms constantly for pinching, simple gripping, grasping, and push/pull with hands, operate a vibrating tool frequently.  Reach above shoulder occasionally.  The employee must frequently lift and/or move items 60 to 100 pounds.  Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception and ability to adjust focus.

 

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work
This is a full-time position. Hours of work are 9:00 am-5:30 pm, Monday through Friday with scheduled weekend work as needed.

 

Preferred Education and Experience
Formal maintenance training and/or 2 years maintenance experience in a production manufacturing setting. Food processing facility preferred.  Familiar with general food safety practices, including GMPs, HACCP and SQF system.

 

Other Duties

Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maintenance Technician 04.14.21

(Trade and Industrial Careers) Permanent link

 Avant Energy

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN

 

We seek an experienced Maintenance Mechanic who has a passion to build and develop their skills, learn about power generation from renewable fuels, and be part of a collaborative, committed, and growing team. This person will provide Engine maintenance, testing, and repairs at our biogas fueled electric power plant in Le Sueur, MN.  We are offering the right candidate a unique opportunity to be part of a growing business and to make a significant contribution in the evolving energy industry.  We believe better is possible and it is our people who make a difference!   

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

This position would be responsible for performing preventive and corrective maintenance.  This entails the following:

·         Conducting routine inspections of equipment and premises.

·         Performing preventive maintenance on engine generators and plant equipment.

·         Testing and adjusting equipment.

·         Repairing machines, pumps, valves and other equipment and/or structures as necessary.

·         Work with operations to schedule maintenance outages.

·         Read and interpret equipment manuals and work orders to perform required maintenance and service.

·         Perform simple machinist duties and responsibilities.

·         Comply with OSHA safety regulations and maintain clean and orderly work areas.

 

Qualifications

·         4 years’ experience in an industrial setting.

·         Industrial mechanic skills (diesel or engine mechanic) with electrical knowledge   

·         Adept at troubleshooting and problem solving.

·         Knowledge of basic mechanical, pneumatic and hydraulic systems.

·         Computer savvy.

·         Ability to learn and understand the process and functionality of the plant Ability to use both hand and power tools.

·         Ability to lift 40lbs plus, stooping, bending, twisting and climbing ladders.

·         Willing to work evening and weekend shifts.

 

Compensation

Compensation includes a competitive base salary and an opportunity to earn an annual bonus. Our benefits package includes full medical, dental & disability insurance.  Other elements include a retirement plan with matching, profit sharing, and paid personal time off.  In addition, we provide ample development and training opportunities.

 

The Company

Avant Energy is an energy management company with over 30 years of experience in energy consulting, project development and utility management services. The energy industry is rapidly changing, presenting our clients (Municipal Utilities, Colleges and Universities, Native American Tribes and Large Energy Users) with new challenges and opportunities.  Our team of talented dedicated professionals works with clients to develop innovative and practical solutions based on the overarching belief that “better is possible.”  Several projects have earned national recognition for our clients. Most recently, a facility we planned, developed and operate was recognized as a 2017 Top Plant in the September 2017 issue of POWER Magazine. The biogas facility in Le Sueur, a renewable energy facility we developed and operate, was featured on the cover of the December 2014 issue of POWER Magazine

 

Application Process

If you have an interest in what we do, and you possess the qualifications, please apply online at www.avantenergy.com.

Positions at The Guitar Center Company 04.13.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

The Guitar Center Company    

 

 

Apply online here - https://www.guitarcenter.com/pages/careers

 

They can also reach out to us directly at GCRepairs@guitarcenter.com with any questions and or to let us know they’ve submitted their application.

 

Position at Fastenal 04.12.21

(Other) Permanent link

Fastenal

Winona FAST Solutions Support Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/416133

Band Instrument Repair 04.09.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

Nick Rail Music

 

I am writing to inform about a potential job opportunity with our company. We are currently in need of one, possibly two, full time band repair technicians at our music retail location in Valencia, California. We are a full service music store specializing in school music, both band and orchestra. We offer rentals, retail, repair, school services, and lessons.

 

This position is full time with benefits, including: health insurance, optional dental coverage, simple IRA, paid time off, paid sick time, etc.

 

Hourly pay for this position is $18-25 depending on experience.

 

Please email cover letters and resumes to this email address.

 

Thank you for your consideration and for your assistance in helping us find a new member of our team!

 

Sincerely,

 

Laura Penrose

President 

805-569-5353

Laura@nickrailmusic.com

 

CNC 04.09.21at Thern Inc.

(Trade and Industrial Careers) Permanent link

 

CNC Operator

 

Any manufacturer can say they build a better crane or winch, but we stand behind that claim with a steadfast reputation for dependable products chosen time and again by companies worldwide. With a history spanning over seven decades, Thern has provided amazing solutions to some very BIG projects all over the world.   Do you want to be a part of something bigger?  Thern, Inc is looking for a 2nd shift CNC Machinist to join our team. 

Overview:  Working full time you will setup and operates conventional, special purpose, CNC machines and machining centers to fabricate metallic and nonmetallic parts.  The successful candidate must understand machine operation and capabilities of each of those machines. 

Responsibilities:  The duties and responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:

·         Performing accurate inspections on product.

·         Studies blueprints, drawings or sample part to determine dimensions and tolerances of finished workpiece, sequence of operations, and setup requirements.

·         Calculates and sets controls to regulate machining factors or enters commands to retrieve, input, or edit computerized machine control media

·         Starts and observes machine operation to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining, and adjusts machine controls as required.

·         Verifies conformance of finished work-piece using measuring and inspection tools.

·         Sets up and operates machine to verify accuracy of machine settings or programmed control data.

·         Confers with engineers, production personnel, programmers, or others to resolve machining or assembly problems.

Minimum Qualifications:

·         Demonstrate strong math aptitude, attention to detail and sense of urgency

·         Demonstrate strong organizational, planning and prioritization ability

·         Ability to work independently as well as in a team environment

·         Exhibit strong problem solving, deductive reasoning and decision-making skills

·         Ability to learn and perform multiple tasks in a fast pace environment. 

·         Demonstrate our core values.

·         Ability to safely lift up to 50 pounds.

·         Ability to pass the required drug screen

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·         Prior machining experience

·         Possess a 2-year tool and die or machining degree

 

Great Reasons to work for Thern

·         Competitive Benefits:  Health, Dental, Vision, 401(k), 3 weeks of PTO (starting) and more.

·         Flexibility:  Thern has a strong sense of work life balance; where leadership is flexible with employees to accommodate home life events in conjunction with making sure the work is getting done.

·         Employees are allowed to make decisions and present ideas to improve processes so they can continue to deliver top quality products for our customers. 

 

We are 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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Position at Altra Federal Credit Union 04.09.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers, Other) Permanent link

Altra Federal Credit Union Bilingual Lending Center Representative-Inbound Onalaska, WI
Eres amistoso? ¿Eres profesional? ¿Sabio y puede realizar ventas de productos y servicios a otros? Are you
friendly? Are you professional? Knowledgeable and can cross-sell products and services to others? Match those
products and services to the member’s needs? Are you a motivated individual who enjoys building relationships
with others? If so, then the
Bilingual Lending Center Representative – Inbound position at the Operations
Center in Onalaska, WI is perfect for you!

 
As a
Bilingual Lending Center Representative, you will primarily be responsible for generating loan volume by
working with members via phone and email. There will be a great deal of direct communication with members,
and you will be required to present yourself in a professional manner over the phone while discussing different
products and services Altra has to offer; consumer and home equity loans, checking accounts, credit cards, loan
protection products, and more.

 
The ideal candidate will be required to have a High School diploma, GED or HSED and a minimum one (1) year
of financial or sales experience. At least one (1) year of consumer lending experience would be a plus for this
position. You must be a problem solver, capable of analyzing information, gathering facts, and forming
recommendations for decisions or making decisions where appropriate. The ideal candidate will speak English
and Spanish. Se prefiere bilingüe en español.

 
This position is full time, 40 hours a week, Monday through Friday on rotating schedules within the department
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. Occasional Saturday morning coverage at a local Altra office is
required. The Lending Center Representative home base department is located at the Onalaska, WI Operations
Center however, telecommuting / work from home decisions will be considered.
Our employee benefits package includes competitive salaries, incentive programs, comprehensive
medical/dental/vision benefits, employer-matched 401k, award-winning training programs, professional
development programs, tuition assistance, paid time off, volunteer time off and an award-winning wellness
program.

 
At Altra, we invest in each other and work together to make a difference in the community and help people live
their best life! Altra is a Great Place to Work® certified organization for the second year in a row and is ranked
#24 on Forbes’ Best Small to Mid-Sized Financial Institutions!
We support diversity in the workplace, and we are an Equal Opportunity Employer; bilingual abilities are a plus.
Come join our team, it’s where
YOU belong!
Apply today at
www.altra.jobs

Deputy Sheriff 04.09.21

(Criminal Justice Careers, Other) Permanent link

 

DEPUTY SHERIFF (Grade 8)
Teamsters Licensed Bargaining Unit
2020 Wage Range $24.37 - $36.24, plus benefits
2021 Contract Not Settled
Aitkin County is accepting applications for a FT Deputy Sheriff to perform general duty law
enforcement work to protect life and property throughout Aitkin County. Patrol the county to
enforce laws and secure compliance with traffic regulations, escort prisoners, undertake routine
investigations, serve legal instruments and execute court orders. Work involves an element of
personal danger and employees must act without direct supervision and exercise independent
judgment meeting emergency situations. Assignments and orders are received from superior
officers who review work methods and results through reports, inspections and discussions.
Requirements: Licensed or eligible to be licensed by the Minnesota P.O.S.T. Board, which
includes two years post-secondary education or more; and continues to receive education credits
to be licensed.
Valid Minnesota driver’s license required. Employment reference checks, a criminal background
check, pre-employment physical and psychological evaluation will be performed as part of the
pre-employment process.
Must be First Aid, CPR/AED certified or obtain within 30 days of hire.
Must be able to work rotating shifts, including days, nights, weekends, and holidays as assigned.
Applications are available at
www.co.aitkin.mn.us. All questions are welcome 218-927-7306 or
hr@co.aitkin.mn.us. Closes April 22, 2021 at 3:00 p.m. EOE.

Insurance Agent 04.09.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers) Permanent link

 COUNTRY Financial

Insurance Agent (Outside Sales)
Description
We believe in diligently working to understand and serve customers to meet their financial security needs.
This is why we exist.

 
The Career Basics
We’re looking for insurance sales agents focused on building a network, finding prospective customers
and helping ensure those customers are protected financially in whatever circumstances may arise. We
offer insurance sales agents:
a competitive compensation plan. In addition to a base salary, you'll be eligible to receive
commissions, incentives, trips & rewards.
access to benefits like health, vision, dental and disability insurance. We believe before you can
help others feel secure, you need to feel that way too!
access to the tools you need to serve customers and do successful work, such as a
comprehensive training program, marketing and office support.

 
The Ideal Sales Agent
At COUNTRY Financial, the ideal insurance sales agent is someone who:
proactively communicates with customers and is responsive to their unique needs.
values transparency and honesty, always investing in customer relationships.
listens to the customer and seeks to understand customers and their families
shares their expertise to help educate customers and build trust—especially in new relationships.
makes it easy for customers to understand what they’re saying and why it matters.

 
Qualifications
What You Will Need
While these insurance licenses are not required to apply, your ability to obtain them is essential when a
hiring decision is made:
Property/Casualty State Insurance License*
Life/Health State Insurance License*

 
Why Should You Apply?
COUNTRY Financial is an organization that is trusted and well-respected in the industry, with a
history of success and great ratings.
You can make a difference in people's lives while maintaining the flexibility and freedom to do
what matters in your own life—we think that's a win.
Incredible training from our team will be the first step in your on-boarding process. We want to be
sure you're equipped for success!

 
About Us
The Organization:
COUNTRY Financial® is the trade name for a family of affiliated companies—this means we have a
whole family of support and a large backing. Our roots are in agriculture, so we’re hardworking and
known for the great care we take with customers and employees alike.

 
We are a growing insurance and financial services organization privately serving 19 states across the
nation. Our home offices are in Bloomington, IL, with a Southern Office hub in Alpharetta, GA and a
Western Office in Salem, OR.
Most importantly, we serve over 1 million households in the United States and pride ourselves on putting
the customer first.

 

 

Apply here:http://bit.ly/CFMinnesotaSouth


COUNTRY Financial® is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We are committed to provide equal opportunity in all areas of employment and support a diverse
workforce and an inclusive work environment.

Positions at Fastenal 04.09.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers, Sales and Management Careers, Technical Careers, Trade and Industrial Careers, Other) Permanent link

Winona Driver (No - CDL) Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415834
Winona Maintenance Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415828
Winona Janitorial Maintenance Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415827
Winona Picking Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415826
Winona Product Handling Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415824
Winona Sortation Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415823
Winona Parcel Freight Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415822
Winona Distribution Center Help Desk Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415821
Winona Quality Control Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415820
Winona Content Analyst Lead Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415736
Winona Industrial Services Lifting & Rigging Inspector Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415666

Sales and Service Specialist 04.09.21

(Sales and Management Careers, Trade and Industrial Careers) Permanent link

 

Sales and Service Specialist Eagan, MN

Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC employs over 22,000 teammates in North America and operates more than 2,200 company-owned stores. Our locations include Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus, and Wheel Works. With 2,200 locations across America and over $3 billion in tire and auto service sales, Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build a career. Learn more!

 

Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career!

https://www.bebridgestone.com

 

Overview

The retail Sales and Service Specialist (SSS) is a unique hybrid role for stores and is intended as a key pipeline for future career-growth within BSRO. This role is primarily responsible for serving the Boss (customer) through assessing the Bosses’ needs, recommending appropriate products and/or services, performing entry-level vehicle services, and ensuring Boss satisfaction through thorough and timely completion of services. Successful individuals in this role will learn all aspects of store operations and effectively flex between interacting/serving the Boss and efficiently completing basic vehicle service tasks as required.

 

Responsibilities

 

Hybrid Role

·         Customer service, sales, customer issue resolution- 75%

·         Basic vehicle service tasks, Oil, tires, fluids- 25%

·         Store operations, opening/closing, inventory, displays- as needed basis

 

Growth and career development role

·         May assist Manager or act as Manager-On-Duty in certain circumstances or to support development

·         Will learn all aspects of store operations and flex between front/back shop tasks

 

Requirements

 

Minimum Required:

·            High School Diploma or equivalent

·            Valid automobile driver’s license

·            Customer service and career growth mindset

·            Ability to complete required store education courses and modules required for this position

·            Ability to learn and perform basic vehicle service tasks

·            Ability to learn and operate store systems

 

Preferred:

·         2-year degree or non-traditional education through training program completion, certification, or other exhibiting the growth mindset that is needed in this candidate

·         Previous consumer retail sales experience

·         Previous automotive experience a plus

·         Previous management/supervisory experience a plus

We are An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer

“One of our strengths is found in our commitment to serve a diverse customer population with diverse teams of teammates."

Janeann Howard - 312-776-3760

Band Instrument Repair 04.08.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

Company: St. Olaf College
Contact Name: Timothy Mahr
Contact Email: employment@stolaf.edu
Address: e-application process: follow link below
       Northfield, MN 55057
Phone: 507-786-3068
Fax:
Web Site:

Position Information

Job Status: Part-Time
Focus: Combination
Guitar/violin maintenance involved? No
Senior technician assigned to acclimate/assist the new hire? not given
Calling on schools: No
Answering phones: No
Counter interaction : No
Sales: No
Other Duties: Manage instrument inventory

Miscellaneous Information

https://stolaf.hiretouch.com/job-details?jobID=1749&job=instrument-coordinator About the Role: Are you a detailed and organized individual who loves music and has experience working with musical instruments? We’re seeking an Instrument Coordinator, who will oversee a large collection of musical instruments used in St. Olaf’s renowned ensemble program, perform routine instrument maintenance, and coordinate projects. What You’ll Do: Supervise the inventory of College-owned instruments, performing routine maintenance and coordinating larger repairs for woodwind, brass, string and percussion instruments Work with St. Olaf’s exceptional students and renowned ensemble program to facilitate the best musical experiences Work with music faculty to assure the long-term health of our instrument inventory Provide support for the College’s Summer Music Academy, which meets for one week in June Maintain database, track and coordinate projects, and liaise with St. Olaf community Hire, train, and supervise student workers Who You Are: High school diploma or equivalent 2+ years of experience in music-related field Maintain a valid driver’s license and good driving record Highly qualified applicants will also have: Bachelor’s degree in music-related field Training in instrument repair program 2+ years of experience in musical instrument repair field Experience working in a multi-faceted academic environment This position is a unique opportunity to mentor a wide range of highly motivated students, to work with a dedicated faculty, and to be part of a long tradition of musical excellence.

Account Advisosr 04.07.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers) Permanent link

North Rick Partners, LLC

We are hiring again! The position we are hiring for is Account Advisor – Personal Lines. This is a first step to becoming a Risk Advisor (agent). This position has so much room to grow and has awesome benefits. Here is a link:

 

North Risk Partners, LLC - Account Advisor- Personal Lines (paylocity.com)

 

Our current Personal Lines Risk Advisor is retiring so this is a great chance to get into the business and gain some mentorship.

Laboerer Millwright 04.07.21

(Technical Careers, Trade and Industrial Careers) Permanent link

 Thorstad Construction Co., Inc.

JOBTITLE: Jobsite Laborer Millwright - Full Time

 

Thorstad Construction Co., Inc. is a contractor that provides quality steel grain elevators and storage systems from concept design through completion of the build. The Jobsite Laborer Millwright will become an integral part of our team through assisting the Foreman with overall assembly and fabrication of components for steel grain elevator and storage addition projects at our client’s sites.

We offer a competitive wage package starting at $18 per hour depending on experience, plus benefits which include vacation and holiday pay, health insurance, HSA, life and short-term disability, and 401K with company match.  We work within the 5-state area of MN, SD, ND, IA, and WI.  Our work week is Monday through Friday, with an occasional weekend.   Subsistence and travel mileage is paid depending on job location.

 

Roles:

·         Follow project scope and objectives

·         Adhere to timelines and schedules to meet project completion

·         Coordinate and report to Foreman all updates, adjustments, and progress

·         Assist jobsite employees to ensure completion of the project

 

Responsibilities:

·         Ensure that work areas are neat and free of debris

·         Assist in erecting and dismantling equipment (conveyors, bridges, towers, new structures)

·         Follow guidelines when preparing and pouring concrete

·         Abide by all OSHA and client standards while in the work place

·         Maintain qualifications and certifications to do the job tasks for each project

·         Attend all site-specific training

·         Ensure all required forms and booklets are completed

·         Field verify dimensions between existing structures and the new structure to be built

·         Routinely inspect and ensure all jobsite equipment is up to date and in good working condition.

·         Be safety conscious at all times

 

 

467 Spicer Avenue – PO Box 275 – Maynard MN 56260

Phone (320) 367-2159 – Fax (320) 367-2160     

 

 

 

Physical Demands:

·         Work is performed while standing, sitting and walking.

·         Ability to climb and work on tall structures

·         Ability to communicate effectively using speech, vision, and hearing

·         Requires the ability to lift, carry, push or pull weight of 50 pounds

·         Exposure to moving machinery, marked changes in temperature and humidity, noise, dust, fumes, and gases

·         Be comfortable working at heights exceeding 100 feet

 

Knowledge and Skills Preferred:

·         Ability to read a blueprint and/or a detailed drawing

·         Ability to accurately read a tape measure

·         Ability to use common hand tools and power tools

·         General knowledge of how to operate a forklift and/or skid loader

·         Communication and organizational skills

·         Work with others, ask for help, and take direction when needed

·          Ability and willingness to travel to jobsites

·          Possess a valid Class D driver's license and have / be willing to obtain a Health Card

·          Possess OSHA 10 in Construction Certification, or willing to get certification

·          Must pass pre-employment drug screen

Positions at Fastenal 04.07.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers) Permanent link

Winona Logistics General Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415383
Winona Logistics General Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415370
Winona Logistics General Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415369
Winona Tax Support Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415330
Winona Treasury Support Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415269

Position at Lisle Violin Shop 04.06.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

 

Workshop Employment Opportunities

 

Are you tired of shoveling snow?  Come down to sunny Houston where we don’t even have snow shovels! The weather is definitely warmer here in Texas, and so are the people.  We bring that friendly Texas feeling to our shops. Our staff are more than just employees, they are family.

 

Lisle Violin Shop is family-owned and has been in business for over 35 years. Our ideal candidate would share our vision to support players at all levels from professionals to beginners. We believe it is essential to ensure that the next generation will carry on the great traditions of classical music.

 

Lisle Violin Shop is seeking experienced string instrument repair specialists for full-time positions in our workshop. These also offer additional training in a variety of repairs and techniques. Lisle Violin Shop maintains the largest string workshop in Texas to support students, teachers, and professional players. Our workshop handles a wide variety of repairs for stringed instruments and bows and setup and maintenance.

 

Experienced Bow Technician - Compensation: Based on experience and education

  • Must have two years of bow restoration/repair or rehair experience or completion of recognized bow rehair/repair school.
  • This position offers an opportunity to gain experience and refinement of rehair techniques. You will also be able to practice other common repairs, such as but not limited to: Replacing head plates, Windings of various materials, Thumb Leathers and replacing eyelets. More advanced bow repair techniques will be taught as skill and ability levels indicate. Shop tools will be provided.

Repair & Setup Specialist - Compensation: Based on experience and education

  • Multiple Positions Available – Based on Specialty Violin/Viola, Cello/Bass, or All
  • Must have two years previous cello/bass repair or setup experience or be a graduate from a known violin making or repair school)
  • This position offers the opportunity to gain experience in all aspects of new instrument setup as well as a vast array of instrument repairs. Shop tools will be provided

All positions entail the following requirements:

  • Be able to work in one of our four locations (Pasadena, Houston (Bissonnet), Cinco Ranch (Katy), Northwest (Houston).
  • Have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
  • Be able to pass a background and drug test.
  • Be able to work Monday - Saturday and some overtime in the summer and fall. Shop hours are 9 am to 6 pm.
  • Be punctual, responsible and accountable.
  • Have at least three verifiable references.

The above positions are full time. There is a 90 day probationary period for these positions. Once the 90 day probationary period is completed, you will have the following benefits: vacation time, Simple IRA, and company provided health insurance. Please submit your resume to Mattlisle@gmail.com or call 281-487-7303 for more information.  If you meet the criteria based on your resume, then we will contact you back for a meeting over the phone or in person.

Bulk Driver 04.06.21

(Trade and Industrial Careers) Permanent link

 

Company Name: Gillette Pepsi

Position Title: Bulk Driver

Location: Rochester, MN USA 55902

    

 Become a part of a leading beverage distributor by joining Gillette Pepsi! We're a family-owned, independent distributor of Pepsi and many other tasty and refreshing beverages that are easy to get excited about. Work with brands you love! With our employee's success, we're able to achieve our mission: To become the best supplier of refreshing beverages….period.

We have an opportunity for you to join the team as a full-time Bulk Driver! As a Bulk Driver, you are responsible for driving the bulk semi-trucks to deliver Gillette Pepsi-Cola products to customers along a designated route in a safe, efficient, reliable manner.

Work Schedule and Pay Rate:

• Full Time

• Schedule: Monday-Friday, 5 a.m. start

• Regular, daily travel to customer locations

• Pay Rate: $23.30 per hour

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Safely and efficiently delivers product to customers along a designated route
  • Unloads products from the truck to the customer's premise
  • Merchandises product at assigned customer accounts. This involves:
  1. Moves products from storerooms or trucks using pallet jacks, handcarts, manual/electric jacks etc. in a safe manner.
  2. Places products on shelves, end caps and displays and in coolers and vending machines etc. according to merchandising standards and brand flow.
  3. Keeps backroom space neat, stocked, and condensed.
  4. Builds displays according to Gillette standards.
  5. Rotates products regularly to avoid outdated product within assigned accounts.
  • Communicates relevant information back to the operations supervisor.
  • Processes invoices and other required paperwork in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Completes the ordering of product in all assigned accounts to ensure that we are maintaining proper inventory levels on all products.
  • Ensures that orders are submitted by the required deadlines to allow for the efficient order building and loading by warehouse personnel.
  • Provides feedback to Distribution Supervisor or Sales Supervisor regarding issues with customer accounts, competitive activity and/or any problems with meeting customer expectations, merchandising standards, etc.
  • Communicates with Gillette Pepsi sales representatives through day to day discussions to ensure customer expectations are being met, customer specific requests, customer concerns etc. and regularly checks notes on Gillette Link.
  • Builds and maintains a superior customer relationship with customer accounts serviced.
  • Promotes the company and our products in all communications with customers and potential customers.

 

Education and Experience Requirements:

• Must possess a Class A, CDL license

• Minimum 1 year working as a CDL, Class A driver

• Possess a High School Diploma/GED

• Previous customer service or stocking experience preferred

• Adept at using a smart phone, Outlook, and general computer software

Job Specific Competencies:

• Must be reliable and able to maintain a good work relationship with customers and co-workers

• Highly self-motivated

• Excellent organizational skills

• Detail-oriented

• Able to perform the physical demands of the job, including repetitive lifting

• Safe work practices while keeping up in a fast pace environment

Core Values:

Integrity – Does the right thing; follows through on commitments; does not lay blame; takes accountability for own work.

Honesty – Displays honesty in person and in fact; shows appreciation; provides constructive feedback; speaks the truth.

Respect – Punctual for meetings and appointments; attentive to others, listens and responds appropriately (oral, written, or non-verbal input); demonstrates attention to and conveys information, ideas, facts, or messages appropriately and effectively.

Partnerships – Encourages and facilitates cooperation, trust, and group identity; fosters commitment and self-esteem; works with others to achieve common goals.

Future – Makes decisions with the long-term in mind; seeks opportunities to create incremental improvement in services and work processes to gain improved efficiency, effectiveness and flexibility; focuses on staying a step in front of our competition.

Customer Service – Delivers solutions that are in the best interest of the customer; responds quickly to customer; strives to exceed customer expectations; provide organized, consistent and high-level service.

Passion – Demonstrates enthusiasm in daily work; represents Gillette Pepsi with pride.

WHY GILLETTE PEPSI?

Our employees are why we succeed! We recruit motivated people, reward them and help develop them to reach their full potential while living our values. If you are a motivated self-starter, we want you to join our Pepsi Team! At Gillette Pepsi, we offer competitive wages, benefits, and opportunities for advancement!

Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action:

Gillette Pepsi is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and is committed to equal opportunity for all qualified individuals and will not discriminate or harass any employee or applicant because of race, color, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, nation origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability, or status as a disabled veteran, recently separated veteran, armed forces service medal veteran or other protected veteran who served on active duty in the U.S. military, ground, naval or air service during a war or in a campaign or expedition for which a campaign badge has been authorized under the laws administered by the Department of Defense (collectively, covered veterans) or other legally protected status.

Apply Here: https://www.click2apply.net/eoD81rIVDV7jIDODHdGkD

PI133295573

Fabricator Position 04.06.21

(Technical Careers) Permanent link
Harmony Enterprises, an Equal Opportunity (EEO/AA) Employer, is hiring for the position of
Press Brake Operator/Fabricator in its production process.
Fabricator Job Description
These persons are responsible for fabricating and/or assembling structural metal products used
in the manufacturing of our quality balers, compactors, and accessories.
Harmony Fabricators need to be able to set up and safely operate fabricating machinery such
as press brakes, rolls, shears, saws, flame cutters, and drill presses.
Requirements
-Fabrication experience preferred.
-Ability to safely operate a forklift in a fluid work environment.
-Ability to read and interpret mechanical documents and drawings.
-Mechanical aptitude and good math skills.
-A keen eye for detail and results-driven approach.
-Good communication abilities.
-High school diploma or equivalent.
-Alignment with Harmony Enterprises’ Core Values:
Committed
Passionate
Innovative
Courage To Make A Difference
Enhancing Our Shared Experience
Pay will be based on experience.
To Apply Online:
Please submit resume and job application online at
https://harmony1.com/about-us/employment-opportunities/
Or, apply by mail to:
Stephanie Fisher
Human Resources Administrator
Harmony Enterprises, Inc.
704 Main Ave N
Harmony, MN 55939

Welder 04.06.21

(Trade and Industrial Careers) Permanent link

Harmony Enterprises, an Equal Opportunity (EEO/AA) Employer, is hiring for the position of

Welder.

 
Job Description:
Assemble and weld metal parts on production line, using welding equipment, requiring only a
limited knowledge of welding techniques.

 
Responsibilities:
Weld or tack welds metal parts together, using spot welding gun or hand, electric, or gas
welding equipment.
Connecting hoses from torch to tanks of oxygen and fuel gas, and turns valves to
release mixture.
Igniting torch and regulates flow of gas and air to obtain desired temperature, size, and
color of flame.
Preheating work pieces preparatory to welding or bending, using torch.
Filling cavities or corrects malformation in lead parts and hammers out bulges and bends
in metal work pieces.
Examining work pieces for defects and measuring work pieces, using drawing
specifications, templates, or jigs to ensure conformance with specifications.
Positions and secures workpiece, using hoist, crane, wire and banding machine, or hand
tools.
Dismantles metal assemblies or cuts scrap metal, using thermal-cutting equipment such
as flame-cutting torch or plasma-arc equipment.
Selects, positions, and secures torch, cutting tips, or welding rod, according to type,
thickness, area, and desired temperature of metal.

 
Applicants should have and desire qualities that align with our company’s Core Values:
Commitment
Passion
Innovation
The Courage To Make A Difference
Enhancing Our Shared Experience

 
Requirements:
HS Diploma or equivalency preferred.
Minimal welding experience required – training offered.
Ability to work as a member of a productive team in a progressive environment focused
on career, community, and culture.

 
Interested applicants should apply online or send their resume to:
Stephanie Fisher, Human Resources Administrator
704 Main Avenue North
Harmony, MN 55939
sfisher@harmony1.com

Band Instrument Repair 04.05.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

Jim's Music

Company: Jim's Music
Contact Name: E.J. Dombrowski
Contact Email: ej@jimsmusiconline.com
Address: 1219 S. Military
       Green Bay, WI 54304
Phone: 866-786-4170
Fax:
Web Site: jimsmusiconline.com

Position Information

Job Status: Full-Time
Focus: Combination
Guitar/violin maintenance involved? Yes
Senior technician assigned to acclimate/assist the new hire? Yes
Calling on schools: Yes
Answering phones: Yes
Counter interaction : Yes
Sales: Yes
Other Duties:

Miscellaneous Information

Jim’s Music & Teaching Center is a family owned, full-line music store in Upper Michigan and Wisconsin providing quality service for over 30 years. Our company is growing so we need to add to our location in Green Bay. We are looking for a positive, motivated woodwind and brass technician with previous repair experience and the ability to perform in a fast moving environment. We are seeking a dynamic self-starter who will pride themselves in representing our organization. Must have the ability to quickly and efficiently diagnose problems, identify solutions, and complete repairs on Woodwind and Brass instruments for both customers and in-house school rental inventory. Familiarity with orchestral stringed instruments and percussion is a PLUS however is not required. Must have your own basic hand tools. We provide all larger and specialized tooling. Job Type: Full-time Pay: $12.00 - $20.00 per hour

 

 

Fastenal Positions 04.05.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers, Trade and Industrial Careers, Other) Permanent link

Winona Manufacturing Machinist Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415252
Winona Content Support Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415243
Caledonia Accounts Receivable Support Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415222
Caledonia Accounts Receivable Support Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415221
Winona Content Analyst Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415175
Winona Supplier Content Manager Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415174
Winona Manufacturing Coating Line Technician Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415111

Posistions at Fastenal 04.05.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers, Technical Careers, Trade and Industrial Careers, Other) Permanent link

Fastenal

Winona Packaging Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415017
Winona Shipping Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415012
Winona Manufacturing Maintenance Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415010
Winona Manufacturing Maintenance Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415009
Winona Manufacturing Drafting CAD Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/415008
Winona Tax Support Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/414978
Winona Income Tax Accountant Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/414977
Winona Driver (No - CDL) Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/414924

Automotive Maintenance Technician 04.05.21

(Trade and Industrial Careers) Permanent link

 Bridgestone Retail Operations

 

 

Automotive Maintenance Technician – Lacrosse, WI

 

 

Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career!

 

https://www.bebridgestone.com

 

 

Job Responsibilities for Automotive Maintenance Technician

·         Learn how to diagnose and repair basic automotive including brakes, alignments, suspensions, cooling and electrical

·         Change oil and/or transmission fluid and filters

·         Install and perform tire maintenance

·         Install batteries, shock absorbers, exhaust systems and check electrical systems

·         Road test vehicles

 

Minimum Requirements for Automotive Maintenance Technician

Required:

·         Reading and writing

·         Ability to learn basic mechanical tasks

·         Must have a valid automobile driver’s license at all times and be able to drive customer and company vehicles

Preferred:

·         Experience in automotive service industry preferred

 

Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC operates more than 2,200 stores and employs over 22,000 teammates. Our locations include Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus, Hibdon Tires and Wheel Works. We are one of the most trusted automotive care providers - join our team as a Maintenance Technician today!

 

We are An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer

“One of our strengths is found in our commitment to serve a diverse customer population with diverse teams of teammates."

 

Richard Laughlin - (317) 775-9432

 

Positions at Fastenal 04.01.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers, Trade and Industrial Careers, Other) Permanent link

Winona Driver (DOT - CDL) Full Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/414918
Winona Maintenance Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/414916
Winona Janitorial Maintenance Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/414914
Winona Picking Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/414913
Winona Packaging Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/414912
Winona Product Handling Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/414911
Winona Sortation Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/414910
Winona Parcel Freight Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/414909
Winona Distribution Center Help Desk Part Time Both Internal and External https://careers.fastenal.com/application/414908

Band and Orchestra Repair Tech 04.01.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

 

 

Band and Orchestra Repair Technician 3.31.2021

Company: Guitar Center

Contact Name: Uniquee Cherry        

Contact Email: uniquee.cherry@guitarcenter.com  

Address: 4001 N Norfleet Rd, Kansas City, Missouri 64161

Phone: 816-423-5819

Fax: 818-935-6207

Web Site: www.guitarcenter.com/pages/careers

 

 

Position Information

Job Status: Full-Time

Focus: Combination

Trumpet/Violin Maintenance involved? Yes
Senior Technician assigned to assist/acclimate new hire?
Yes

Answering phones: No

Counter interaction: No

Sales: No

Other Duties:

 

Job Description:

As the Band and Orchestra Repairs Technician, you will be responsible for repairing and refurbishing multiple types of brass wind or orchestral instruments. This position evaluates damaged merchandise and determines if it is cost effective to fix.

About Guitar Center

Guitar Center embodies the world of creativity and music by encouraging our teammates to find their own individual sound. We strive to create lifelong musicians and make a difference in the world by enabling musicians and non-musicians alike to experience the almost indescribable happiness that comes from playing an instrument. We believe in putting our customers first, engaging with respect and integrity and fulfilling our mission with passion.

Why join us?

With a career at Guitar Center, you become part of the world’s largest multichannel musical instrument retailer. Whether at our Stores, Contact Centers, Distribution Centers, or Support Center, Guitar Center employees have a common goal: to help people find their sound and fill the world with more music.

 

 

Small Engine Repair Position 03.31.21

(Trade and Industrial Careers, Other) Permanent link

 

Turf Maintenance, in Winona, MN is looking to hire a part-time employee to work on small engines for our outdoor lawn care equipment.  Equipment may include lawn mowers, chainsaws, trimmers, etc.

 

Hours and pay are negotiable.

 

 

Please contact Turf Maintenance at 507-452-6312 or turfmaint@hbci.com if interested.

 

Receptionist for Veterinary Clinic 03.31.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers) Permanent link

Wanted: Receptionist for veterinary clinic.

 

Hillcrest Veterinary Service is looking for a front desk/receptionist.  Duties would include answering phones, scheduling appointments, checking patients out, light office cleaning.  Must have excellent people skills and work well in a team environment. Computer skills a must.  Please send CV with a cover letter to:

 

Dr. Meeks

Hillcrest Veterinary Service

30634 Four Farms Road

Dakota, MN. 55925

 

Or feel free to hand deliver your information to our office.  We look forward to meeting you!

LPN and RN Positions 03.31.21

(Health and Human Services Careers) Permanent link

This is the one for our LPN/RN opening:

Good Shepherd Lutheran Services is now accepting LPN/RN applications to work our evening shift. We are a 70 bed Skilled Nursing Facility located in Rushford, MN which is a short 20-minute drive from Winona. We assist geriatric residents through all stages of their disease processes. This includes but is not limited to medication management, wound care, catheter care, diabetic management, CHF, COPD interventions as well as implementing fall prevention interventions. New graduates and those in the nursing program are encouraged to apply. Summer Internships available to a select number of RN student applicants. Minimum part time requirement is every other weekend/holiday and one shift during the week. Sign on bonus and Tuition reimbursement options also available to qualifying individuals. Applications available on our website www.goodshep-rushford.org or may be picked up in person from our front entrance. Questions may be directed to Shelly Stensgard RN, Director of Nursing 507-864-7714 or emailed to sstensgard@goodshepherdrushford.org.

  

 

Asset Manager 03.30.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers) Permanent link

 

Three Rivers Community Action, Inc. logo
Three Rivers Community Action, Inc.


New job opportunity from Three Rivers Community Action, Inc.


Thank you for assisting us in our community outreach efforts, particularly to people of color, people with disabilities, veterans and other diverse individuals.

The position of Asset Manager based in Zumbrota, MN has been posted to our Agency website.

You can view this job along with our application process at www.threeriverscap.org/about/jobs.

We appreciate you making this opportunity available to anyone who might be interested and qualified - or to those who might pass it along to others.


Automotive Technician 03.30.21

(Technical Careers) Permanent link

 Bridgestone Retail Operations

 

Automotive Technician Eagan, MN

Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career!

 

https://www.bebridgestone.com

 

 

Overview

The Technician/Mechanic position requires your experience and technical expertise to diagnose drivability and electrical systems, while using your leadership and mentoring skills in driving a team toward increased customer care and satisfaction.

 

Job Responsibilities for Automotive Technician/Mechanic

·         Change oil, transmission fluid and filters

·         Install batteries and checks electrical systems

·         Tire maintenance

·         Install parts

·         Road test vehicles

 

Minimum Requirements for Automotive Technician/Mechanic

·         Reading and writing

·         Ability to learn basic mechanical tasks

·         Must have a valid automobile driver’s license at all times and be able to drive customer and company vehicles

·         Must have a minimum 2 years of automotive repair experience, completion of Vocational-Technical School program in a related field or demonstrated skills via third party certificates/assessment

·         A.S.E. certification in at least one of A1-A8 is required. (New hires with external similar qualifications/certifications will have up to 2 years of employment to comply)

 

Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC operates more than 2,200 stores and employs over 22,000 teammates. Our locations include Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus, Hibdon Tires and Wheel Works. We are one of the most trusted automotive care providers - join our team today! Your knowledge as a technician/mechanic is EXACTLY what we need.

 

We are An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer

“One of our strengths is found in our commitment to serve a diverse customer population with diverse teams of teammates."

 

Positions at Lisle Violin Shop 03.30.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

 

Workshop Employment Opportunities

 

Are you tired of shoveling snow?  Come down to sunny Houston where we don’t even have snow shovels! The weather is definitely warmer here in Texas, and so are the people.  We bring that friendly Texas feeling to our shops. Our staff are more than just employees, they are family.

 

Lisle Violin Shop is family-owned and has been in business for over 35 years. Our ideal candidate would share our vision to support players at all levels from professionals to beginners. We believe it is essential to ensure that the next generation will carry on the great traditions of classical music.

 

Lisle Violin Shop is seeking experienced string instrument repair specialists for full-time positions in our workshop. These also offer additional training in a variety of repairs and techniques. Lisle Violin Shop maintains the largest string workshop in Texas to support students, teachers, and professional players. Our workshop handles a wide variety of repairs for stringed instruments and bows and setup and maintenance.

 

Experienced Bow Technician - Compensation: Based on experience and education

  • Must have two years of bow restoration/repair or rehair experience or completion of recognized bow rehair/repair school.
  • This position offers an opportunity to gain experience and refinement of rehair techniques. You will also be able to practice other common repairs, such as but not limited to: Replacing head plates, Windings of various materials, Thumb Leathers and replacing eyelets. More advanced bow repair techniques will be taught as skill and ability levels indicate. Shop tools will be provided.

Repair & Setup Specialist - Compensation: Based on experience and education

  • Multiple Positions Available – Based on Specialty Violin/Viola, Cello/Bass, or All
  • Must have two years previous cello/bass repair or setup experience or be a graduate from a known violin making or repair school)
  • This position offers the opportunity to gain experience in all aspects of new instrument setup as well as a vast array of instrument repairs. Shop tools will be provided

All positions entail the following requirements:

  • Be able to work in one of our four locations (Pasadena, Houston (Bissonnet), Cinco Ranch (Katy), Northwest (Houston).
  • Have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.
  • Be able to pass a background and drug test.
  • Be able to work Monday - Saturday and some overtime in the summer and fall. Shop hours are 9 am to 6 pm.
  • Be punctual, responsible and accountable.
  • Have at least three verifiable references.

The above positions are full time. There is a 90 day probationary period for these positions. Once the 90 day probationary period is completed, you will have the following benefits: vacation time, Simple IRA, and company provided health insurance. Please submit your resume to Mattlisle@gmail.com or call 281-487-7303 for more information.  If you meet the criteria based on your resume, then we will contact you back for a meeting over the phone or in person.

PCA needed 03.30.21

(Health and Human Services Careers) Permanent link

 

 PCA help wanted in our home. Taking care of disabled woman full time and part time, seven days a week. Duties include bathing, meal prep, light housekeeping. Available hours are 7AM to 7PM. Contact Kent for application and interview – home (507)-454-6351 or cell (507)-458-7799. Must have a PCA certificate, a valid driver’s license, and pass a background check through ACCRA Home Healthcare. Persons hired will work through ACCRA Home Healthcare. $13.45/hour. 5 miles outside Winona.

Band Instrument Repair 03.30.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

Company: Twin Village Music
Contact Name: Rudolph Tichy
Contact Email: mail@twinvillagemusic.net
Address: 44 CENTRAL AVE
       LANCASTER, NY 140862113
Phone: 7166834879
Fax: 716-686-9753
Web Site: www.twinvillagemusic.net

Position Information

Job Status: Full-Time
Focus: Combination
Guitar/violin maintenance involved? No
Senior technician assigned to acclimate/assist the new hire? Yes
Calling on schools: No
Answering phones: No
Counter interaction : No
Sales: No
Other Duties:

Miscellaneous Information

Twin Village Music is seeking a full time woodwind and brass technician. A well-established business, we are a second generation, family owned full line music store with a focus on school band and orchestra. We have been serving Western NY (Buffalo) since 1954. The position entails servicing a large fleet of rental instruments as well as customer and school-owned instruments. Successful candidate must be self-motivation and have good communication skills. Lead tech is Trevor Roberts, a seasoned tech with eleven years of experience. We offer a friendly work environment with a team that is passionate about providing outstanding customer service. Hourly wage, paid holiday. & vacation and health insurance are included. Interview and bench test are required. To apply email mail@twinvillagemusic.net

Maintenance mechanic or Tool Maker 03.26.21

(Trade and Industrial Careers) Permanent link

Behrens Manufacturing

 

I’m excited to share that Behrens Manufacturing has openings for either a Maintenance Mechanic or a Tool Maker on our 2nd Shift. This opportunity may be great for a student who is taking classes during the day and looking for employment in their field of study in the evening, or even for a student who will be graduating in the coming months.

 

I wanted to share the opportunity with all of you in hopes that you will be able to share it with your students.  I also wanted to provide my direct contact information. You’re welcome to share with any students or contacts you have who may be interested in applying.

 

All the job information can be found at the following links:

 

https://www.behrensmfg.com/2nd-shift-maintenance-mechanic/

https://www.behrensmfg.com/2nd-shift-tool-die-maker/

 


REBECCA ROWE, SHRM-CP

DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES

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TELE: 507-454-4664 EX 135

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BEHRENS MANUFACTURING LLC

1250 EAST SANBORN STREET * WINONA, MN 55987 USA

 

Positions at Riverport 03.26.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers) Permanent link

 

Night Audit – Full time positionImmediate Opening. Sunday-Thursday 11p-7a.  Person will be responsible for closing out day-end transactions, completing daily, weekly and monthly manager reports and checking in/out hotel guests.  Applicants need familiarity with Microsoft Excel/Word, time management skills, ability to pay attention to detail.  Please apply at Riverport Inn & Suites 900 Bruski Drive, Winona, MN

 

Night Audit– Part-time weekends Friday-Sat. 11p-7a.  Person will be responsible for closing out day-end transactions, managing front desk, checking in/out hotel guests. Applicants need familiarity with Microsoft Excel/Word, time management skills, ability to pay attention to detail.  Please apply at Riverport Inn & Suites 900 Bruski Drive, Winona, MN

 

 

Riverport Conference and Event Center

900 Bruski Drive

Winona, MN 55987


Massage Therapist, Estheticians and Nail Technicians

(Health and Human Services Careers) Permanent link

Spa at Madden's


Now Hiring

Massage Therapist, Estheticians and Nail Technicians

 

We Offer:

·       Competitive pay; hourly wage plus commission

·       Equal booking for all therapist regardless of seniority

·       Resort wide discounts; including golf and dining

·       2 Free Yoga sessions a month

·       A beautiful work environment with an amazing view of Wilson Bay

And much, much more!

 

Please apply at www.maddens.com

Please call 218-855-5917, or email sbinkley@maddens.com, with any questions.

 

I look forward to hearing from you!

Sara Binkley-Spa Director

 

Member Relations Specialist 03.25.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers) Permanent link

Altra Federal Credit Union is seeking a Full Time Member Relations Specialist for our Rochester 19th Street office in
Minnesota. Persons excelling in this position provide professional, friendly service, information, and assistance, and set
the standard of service our members have come to expect in visiting any office location. Member Relations Specialists are
friendly and outgoing, engaging, trustworthy, non-judgmental, focused, and confident.

 
Member Relations Specialists welcome the members to our office, monitoring and facilitating all lobby traffic by asking
questions to determine the nature of the member’s visit to the office, assisting with all types of member service
transactions, and more. The Member Relations Specialists are the “faces” of Altra and fully represent Altra’s brand to help
our members live their best lives!

 
Member Relations Specialist will perform miscellaneous functions including, but not limited to:
Showing members how to use self-service technology
Process mail and night drop transactions
Savings bonds redemption
Account research
Gift card sales
Cashier’s checks
Complete GL and member transactions
Run member transactions (Deposits, Withdrawals, Etc.)

 
Candidates must have the ability to learn and effectively use the teller, lending, and member service systems, as well as
process Currency Transaction Reports (CTRs) and Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs). Other duties may include
balancing the ATM, balancing the vault, and ordering cash.

 
Qualified candidates are required to have a high school diploma, GED or HSED and at least six (6) months of customer
service experience. One (1) to three (3) years of experience in a financial service environment is required.

 
This position is 40 hours per week, Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Hours will involve opening and
closing shifts within these hours. Flexibility is required within the posted office hours to accommodate meetings that could
take place after business hours.

 
At Altra, we invest in each other and work together to make a difference in the community and help people live their best
life! Altra is a Great Place to Work® certified organization for the second year in a row and is ranked #24 on Forbes’ Best
Small to Mid-Sized Financial Institutions! We support diversity in the workplace, and we are an Equal Opportunity
Employer; bilingual abilities are a plus. Come join our team, it’s where
YOU belong!
Apply online at
www.altra.jobs

Electronics Technician II III 03.25.21

(Technical Careers) Permanent link

 

Electronics Technician II/III


Hearth and Home Technologies in Lake City, MN is adding an Electronics Technician to our team.  This position will help us test and certify quality products for an industry leader in gas fireplace production. This rewarding career includes competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits and a supportive environment focused on developing your skills and advancing your career.

 

The Sr. Electrical Engineering Technician will support the vison and goals of Hearth & Home Technologies (HHT) by prototyping and testing products/processes/new technologies that support the R&D, New Product Development, Quality, Manufacturing and Reliability departments.  They will lead small, incremental product and process changes to improve consumer products and internal processes.

 

To be successful in the first six to twelve months, the Sr. Electrical Engineering Technician will:

·         Assist in the development of the new Electric Fireplaces and other electronics.

·         Assist in Setting up new production line for the assembly of the Electric Fireplaces and testing of Continuous improvements of controls.

·         Assist Electrical engineering in development and assembly of Electronic test equipment.

 

Objects to support this successful delivery include:

·         Assist Electrical Engineering and others on the testing of new electric fireplace and its components.  Collect data and present in a format that can be easily understood.

·         Assist in running tests on new test equipment to verify product and processes are in control.

·         Design up testing standard work for electronic components.

 

Skills and Abilities

·         Self-starter, able to complete projects with limited direction and communicate results

·         Prioritize projects and meet required timelines as directed by manager or other engineers.

·         Effective understanding of board assembly, solder, and current prototyping

·         Ability to work in a team environment to solve problems and meet timelines

·         Effectively handle changes in tasks and priorities on a daily basis

·         Interpret technical prints, specifications and schematics

·         Proficient computer skills; specifically MRP (is Manage2000), Microsoft Office applications and electrical CAD programs

·         Use analytical skills to interpret data and make sound decisions

·         Demonstrate accuracy in text set up and data collection

·         Understanding of electronic manufacturing processes and equipment

·         Basic knowledge of scripting languages (i.e. EI, Phyton, Pearl, bal view)

 

Education and Experience

·         Engineering Tech II role – minimum of 3 years

·         High school diploma or GED, and 7-12 years of related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience

 

Preferred Qualifications

·         2-year Associates Degree in Electrical Engineering or Electronics with 2-4 years of related experience

 

Hearth & Home Technologies believes in the power of Lean Manufacturing. Our Engineering Techs further these goals by helping ensure product designs incorporate design for manufacturability and lean concepts. In addition, our Engineering Techs also assist engineers in resolving mechanical problems and maintain equipment.

 

About Working for Hearth & Home Technologies

Take ownership of your career with a job that ignites your passions and rewards your hard work. At Hearth & Home Technologies, you will have the opportunity to Burn Brighter working with a supportive team developing industry-leading hearth products. 

 

Hearth & Home Technologies is an operating division of HNI Corporation (NYSE: HNI). We design, manufacture and distribute a wide variety of gas, electric, wood and biomass burning fireplaces, inserts, stoves and accessories. Lakeville, Minnesota is our home, but we have locations throughout the United States.

 

As we continue expanding our operations, we’re looking for leaders who are confident in what they do, but open to learning from others. Hardworking professionals who take pride in their company as much as their work. Are you ready to drive meaningful change to our business, to learn through challenging work experiences and to act like an owner?

 

Please apply directly at the link below:

https://bit.ly/2NRlQZw

 

Or reach out to Tammy Miller – millerta@hearthnhome.com

 

 


String Luthier 03.24.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

The Music Shoppe, Inc. / Position for Orchestral String Luthier

 

The Music Shoppe, a NAMM Top 100 dealer and long-standing member of NASMD, is seeking an experienced orchestral string luthier for the Normal, Illinois location.  Serving downstate Illinois since 1961, The Music Shoppe has a history of excellent repair service and support for orchestral string musicians.

 

The home of Illinois State University and Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington-Normal is a vibrant source of repair business with 2 outstanding Schools of Music, numerous professional players and teachers, and orchestral programs in all public and some private schools. The community is diverse and arts supportive;  large enough to offer many amenities, and only 2 hours from Chicago or St. Louis for broader offerings in music and the arts.

 

The Music Shoppe offers a generous benefits program and exceptional support of our technicians.  We’d love to talk with you and answer questions you may have!

Please address resumes, cover letters, and questions to joy@themusicshoppe.com.

 

Positions at Dairy Queen 03.24.21

(Other) Permanent link

Dairy Queen

 

Now Accepting Hiring for Days, Nights, and Weekends.

 

Competitive Wages

 

Employee Discounts

 

Flexible Schedules

 

Apply in Person or call 507-454-0310

 

For more details!

 

 

 

Band Instrument Repair 03.24.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

Company: Eckroth Music
Contact Name: Jeff Eckroth
Contact Email: jeff@eckroth.com
Address: 1655 N Grandview Lane
       Ste 201
       Bismarck, ND 58503
Phone: 701-223-5320
Fax:
Web Site: www.eckroth.com

Position Information

Job Status: Full-Time
Focus: Combination
Guitar/violin maintenance involved? Yes
Senior technician assigned to acclimate/assist the new hire? Yes
Calling on schools: No
Answering phones: No
Counter interaction : Yes
Sales: No
Other Duties:

Miscellaneous Information

Eckroth Music, a second-generation company serving the music industry since 1972, is seeking a fulltime, experienced brass wind and woodwind repair technician in our St Cloud MN location. Eckroth Music, an established leader in school band and orchestra with 9 retail locations, offers a professional work environment, network of repair technicians throughout the company, competitive salary, and full benefits package. The individual successful in this position has the following functions: The primary function of this role is Instrument Repair Technician. In this role, you are to represent Eckroth Music by assisting customers in the store, at offsite events, and on the phone with their instrument repair needs in a knowledgeable, accurate, efficient, and timely manner. Carry out the policies regarding the functions of all repair shop, store, and company record keeping. Maintain a neat, orderly, clean, and appropriately equipped and functional workstation. Oversee the stocking, cleaning, and organization of the repair shop according to standards established for cleanliness and organization. Repairs include rental stock and inspection of newly arrived inventory. Have at least 5 years of acquired knowledge through experience. The ideal candidate needs to exemplify the Eckroth Music Core Values Excellence: Those we Serve Deserve Our Best Passionate: Inspiring People to Play Music Dedicated: Committed to Our Customers and Each Other Since 1972 Knowledgeable: Constantly Curious and Always Learning Team Over Self: Achieving More Together

Loan Processor 03.24.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers) Permanent link

Loan Processor ($15.50/hr.-$17/hr. DOE)

 

Department: Lending

 

Reports to: LoanDepartment Supervisor

 

Supervises: None

 

Summary: Enters loan data and transactions into financial institution computer system with appropriate updating, accurately prepares loan documents, assembles, and properly maintains loan files, andverifies for accuracy loan documents prepared by others, and provides a highquality of customer service.

 

Job Requirements:

 

    High school diploma or equivalent.

    At least six months of experience in anoffice environment.

    Experience with MSOffice (Word, Excel and Outlook).

    Experience with Wolters Kluwer processing software (orsimilar).

    A satisfactory understanding of financial institution products and services.

    Ability to work in a fast-paced environment as a team player with minimum supervision.

    Possess and demonstrates good organizational skills.

 

Specific Job Functions:

·         Answer incoming calls and re-direct as necessary.

·         Monitor the loan department email. Forwarding email to the correct individual, responding toemails as appropriate and sending emails when necessary.

·         Open both theloan records vault and safe deposit box vault each morning and lock them each evening.

·         Process incomingfaxes along with outgoingfaxes.

·         Type various letters as needed.

·         Assist customers withaccess to their safe deposit boxes following bank policy.

·         Log in to computersand various loan processing software withoutdifficulty.

·         Process loan payments correctly.

·         Reverse consumer andmortgage loan payments as needed with accuracy.

·         Handle incomingmail. Typically, this willconsist of managing theinsurance information, making payments and delivering mail tothe appropriate employee.

·         Maintain insurance spreadsheet on a weekly basis along with paying escrow by the insurance deadline.

·         Answer customer's questions regarding loan balances, loan payoffs, interest paid and amount due.

·         Request and scan customer taxes asneeded.

·         Pay various bills as needed.

·         Schedule appointments and update loan department calendar as needed. Thisalso includes sending an email " invite" to the appropriate loan staff.

·         Put varioustypes of loan files together followinga checklist.

·         Complete commercial/ag advances along with follow-up paperwork.

·         Schedule loan closings between customers, loan staffand the title company.

·         Order title-work online.

·         Order a flood determination online.

·         Order credit reports online.

·         Order appraisals and prope1iyevaluations via email, along with follow-up.

·         Order couponbooks online.

·         Pull a Homeland Tracker online on all borrowersand entities involved in a loan.

·         Maintain daily interest rate spreadsheet (information comes invia the loan departmentemail).

·         Maintain various tickler lists as needed.

·         Balance various General Ledgersusing accounting softwareweekly.

·         Place a consumer loan on the bank's software.

·         Review consumer loanon the bank' s software that wasdone by another loan staff.

·         Properly balancingtransactions at the endof the day

·         Look up andprint vehicle valuesfrom NADA site online.

·         Continue to gainproficiency in all 30-day expectations.

·         Payoff mortgage, consumer and commercial/ag loans.

·         Reverse commercial/ag loan payments with accuracy.

·         Fill out wire forms and pull Bridger ' s on all parties.

·         Compile and complete consumer and mortgage worksheets. This involves analyzing proof of income and the credit repo11 to figure the debt ratio. This would also include using online values to determine loan to value. All loans need to be within the bank' s policy (with occasional exceptions).

·         Complete a riskrating for all new consumer and mortgage loans.

·         Read and understand bank's lending policies.

·         Execute construction draws and advances. Included in this task if filling out multiple spreadsheets, calculation percentage of loan disbursed, ordering inspections as needed and recording payment to the IRS system (as applicable).

·         Put a mortgageloanonthebank's software.

·         Put a commercial/ag loan on the bank's software.

·         Review mortgage loan on the bank' s software that was doneby another loan staff.

·         Review commercial/ag loan on the bank 's softwarethat was done by another loan staff.

·         Create all documents necessary for a consumer/share/NOW credit loan using the bank's software.

·         Scanning and indexing documents in a timely manner.

·         Understanding of all loan documents.

·         Proficiently use the bank ' s scanning software to access documents, annotate documents and make corrections to indexing information as needed.

·         Review and interpret reportsondaily basis.

·         Balance various General Ledgersusing accounting software monthly.

·         Performs any other duties as directed by Supervisors or President.

 

 

Send resume to:  sharon@mccordexecutivesearch.com

Or Call:  651-301-1904

 

McCord Executive Search, LLC

Red Wing, MN

Quality Administrator 03.24.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers, Other) Permanent link

 

Quality Administrator


Location:  Lewiston and Winona Facilities

Shift/Hours: Core office hours, 8:00am-4:00pm

Position Status: Full-Time


The Company: 
RiverSide Integrated Solutions, Inc. is an advanced Contract Manufacturer providing robust comprehensive solutions in Circuit Board Assembly, Electromechanical & Mechanical Assembly, Kitting, Supply Chain Management, Fulfillment, Distribution, and Reverse Logistics.  With a culture of customer focused solutions and continuous improvement, RiverSide Integrated Solutions, Inc. is uniquely positioned to respond to any customer need. As a co-worker, you will be offered a variety of competitive benefits including medical, dental, disability, life, 401K and more. Come join our team to be a part of a great organization!

 

The Team:
The Quality Department is a cross functional team responsible for quality systems, training, customer returns, company documentations and compliance to customer and external partners.  As part of the Quality team you will have the opportunity to learn the processes of all three segments of RiverSide Integrated Solutions and interact with all coworkers. 

 

The Role: 
Quality Administrator is responsible for record management and reporting for all three segments, including but not limited to quality documentation, company metrics and maintenance/equipment records.

 

You will spend your time:

·         Manage documentation control of all segments for quality management system documents and maintenance & equipment records.

·         Assist all segments with documentation and process improvements. Create/update forms and templates; proofread and edit submitted written documents prior to control and release.

·         Prepare, review and publish reports using business system data per established schedule.

·         Schedule, maintain records/markings and escalate out of tolerance findings of measuring equipment used in manufacturing processes.

·         Train to become a certified internal auditor within two years of hire.

·         Other work responsibilities as necessary.

 

We are excited about you if you have:

·         Office Administrator Certificate or other continuing education

·         Knowledge of manufacturing processes

·         Passion for learning and strong organizational skills

·         Ability to use a variety of technology and software, such as EPICOR, IQS, Microsoft Office Suite, Zoom

·         Attention to detail

·         Auditing experience a plus

·         Advanced Microsoft Word skills

·         Strong communication skills both written and verbal

·         Ability to teach and work with others

 

Travel:

·         This position will travel between the Lewiston and Winona facilities.

 

Materials Specialist 03.24.21

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Materials Specialist


Location:  Lewiston

Days/Hours: Day Hours

Position Status: Full-Time


The Company:
RiverSide Integrated Solutions, Inc. is an advanced Contract Manufacturer providing robust comprehensive solutions in Circuit Board Assembly, Electromechanical & Mechanical Assembly, Kitting, Supply Chain Management, Fulfillment, Distribution, and Reverse Logistics.  With a culture of customer focused solutions and continuous improvement, RiverSide Integrated Solutions, Inc. is uniquely positioned to respond to any customer need. As a co-worker, you will be offered a variety of competitive benefits including medical, dental, disability, life, 401K and more.  Come join our team to be a part of a great organization!

 

The Team:

The Quality Department is a cross functional team responsible for quality systems, training, customer returns, company documentations and compliance to customer and external partners.  As part of the Quality team you will have the opportunity to learn the processes of all three segments of RiverSide Integrated Solutions and interact with all coworkers. 


The Role:
This position supports Materials, Quality, and is a liaison to external partners. This position interprets, coordinates, and implements environmental compliance processes and documents, regulatory and customer product requirements. This position offers professional growth opportunities. The individual who holds this position reports to the Quality Manager. 

 

You will spend most of your time:

·         Working with United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), Country of Origin, Export Control Classification Number (ECCN) codes, and Harmonized tariff schedule codes for product eligibility requirements

·         Analyzing bills of materials for environmental regulatory and Conflict Mineral compliance

·         Completing internal coding of part numbers to related processing parameters

·         Interfacing with suppliers and customers regarding environmental and international trade regulatory requirements

 

You will spend some of your time:

·         Creating alias part number in Approved Part Source (APS) database

·         Researching and updating Conflict Minerals Reporting Templates (CMRT)

  • Assist with documentation and process improvements

·         Participating and preparing for internal, external, and customer audits

·         Backup responsibility to Bill-of-Material (BOM) maintenance 

·         Assisting with Products Safety Agency Maintenance (UL), audits, and research

·         Processing Non-Franchised Part Approval

 

We are excited about you if you have:

·         Background in supply chain, logistics, or purchasing strongly preferred

·         Four-year degree or related work experience preferred

·         General knowledge of electronic components, RoHS and Conflict Minerals regulations preferred

·         Experience with Epicor or similar ERP systems preferred

·         Experience with or the ability to understand ISO standards and/or audits

·         Strong verbal and written communication skills

·         Proficient in Microsoft Office, specific to Excel, Word, Access and Outlook

·         Ability to work independently

 

Travel:

·         This position will travel between the Lewiston and Winona facilities.

 

 

If interested in this position, please apply through our website: www.riversideintegratedsolutions.com

 

 

 

 

Luthiers 03.24.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link
Nashville Violins is looking for part-time repair/setup luthiers for all violin-family instruments.

Luthier Skills and Qualifications:
Applicant should be experienced with using their set of personal hand tools and knives, and know how to maintain and sharpen them. Applicant should be able to perform duties such as new violin setup, fitting bridges, soundpost fitting and adjustment, open seams and crack repair, fitting and adjusting pegs, fingerboard and nut work, and other repairs or adjustments for violin, viola, cello and bass. Experience or formal education as a violin luthier preferred.
 
Additional Job Duties:
Maintaining paper and computer-based logs and records, interacting with customers in person, by telephone, and through electronic communication, maintaining a clean shop, and additional duties including retail sales, and interactions with other staff members and teachers as needed.

Nashville Violins is a full-service violin shop with an active customer base, and has been in business over twenty years in Nashville, TN. Nashville, known as Music City, has a strong school music community, youth orchestras, colleges and universities, and a wide range of amateur and professional musicians of all genres including classically-trained and commercial musicians. As such, Nashville Violins services instruments for a wide range of clientele. We find that to be both challenging and rewarding.
 
Candidate would have access to using shop tools outside of work hours, if desired.
 
Compensation is based on experience and abilities, with the understanding that we will need to train you to effectively and efficiently produce quality work in our shop. Candidate performance will be evaluated within the first 90 days.
 
Interested candidates should contact owner/luthier David Wascher at 615-292-5196 or dave@nashvilleviolins.com with questions and applications.

Part Time Housekeeper 03.23.21

(Other) Permanent link

Mississippi Welders 

 Part-Time Housekeeper
Winona, MN
The Business Housekeeper is responsible for the overall cleanliness of the MWS
Corporate Office & Automation/Cryogenics Facility.
Primary Responsibilities include:
Trash removal, vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, dusting, glass cleaning, restroom care,
breakroom cleaning, general cleaning and other tasks assigned by management.
Other Requirements:
The most suitable candidates are able to work independently with little
supervision.
Frequent kneeling, bending, pushing, pulling, and lifting.
Regularly lift up to 25 pounds and move 50+ pounds with the assistance of
material handling equipment.
Previous cleaning experience is preferred, but we are willing to train a promising
candidate
This is an excellent supplemental income opportunity. The proposed schedule is
Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Candidates must be 18
years of age or older. Previous janitorial/housekeeping experience required.
Applications are available at the Winona store, 5150 W. 6th Street, Winona.

CAD Position 03.23.21

(Technical Careers) Permanent link

Looking to hire a full time Computer Aided Draft (CAD) person.  We are a Land Surveying/Civil Engineering company based out of Lansing, IA, which is approximately 70 miles south of Winona, MN.  We have been in the land surveying/civil engineering business for over 35 years  The main focus of this job would be drafting of Plats of Survey from the data collect from the field land surveys, which could potentially lead to assisting the survey crew with the land surveys.

Please send us an email or call our office and we can set something up to meet and discuss a possible job opportunity. 

Thanks,

Mary Jo Mohn

Mohn Surveying, Inc.

563-538-4067

mohnsurveying@gmail.com

Website:  mohnsurveying.com

 

Math and Literacy Tutors 03.23.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers, Other) Permanent link

 

 

Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps are now accepting applications for the 2021-22 school year. We are hiring both full time and part time math and literacy tutors in Redwing and throughout Minnesota. I was hoping that you could share this information with your education students and graduates at Minnesota State College Southeast.

 

We also have a brand new opportunity for summer employment through our Emergency Response Initiative (ERI) program. AmeriCorps members who serve in ERI positions can support schools, students and/or non-profits in their communities from June 7th - August 21st. Anyone interested in these opportunities will need to fill out a separate application here

 

 

 Minnesota Reading and Minnesota Math Corps  and ERI provide expansive professional development opportunities for people seeking first-hand experience working in schools where they would enjoy tutoring younger students while also building professional networks with educators. In fact, many principals tell me that Reading Corps and Math Corps experience makes a difference when making hiring decisions.

 

As a reminder, some of the benefits that our AmeriCorps national service members who serve in your program receive include:

·  Money for school (For Federal Loans or tuition fees) 

·  Extensive training

·  Bi-weekly pay

·  FREE health care membership (For full time service members only)

·  Student Loan Deferment 

·  Child Care Assistance

For more information please visit MinnesotaReadingCorps.org or MinnesotaMathCorps.org or give me a call! I am more than happy to share more information with you or any of your faculty and students!

 

Band Instrument Repair 3.23.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

 

Company: Coles Music Service
Contact Name: Russ Coleman
Contact Email: info@colesmusicservice.com
Address: 471 Main st
       sewell , nj 08080
Phone: 8568482122
Fax:
Web Site:

Position Information

Job Status: Full-Time
Focus: Combination
Guitar/violin maintenance involved? Yes
Senior technician assigned to acclimate/assist the new hire? Yes
Calling on schools: No
Answering phones: No
Counter interaction : No
Sales: No
Other Duties:

Miscellaneous Information

Coles Music Service is seeking a woodwind/brass technician for a busy shop in Southern New Jersey. Responsibilities will include service, maintenance and cleaning of a substantial rental fleet as well as private customer and school owned instruments. Coles Music Service is a full-service music store, specializing in instrument repairs, rentals, and sales. We offer school music program collaboration that currently serves over 300 schools in Southern New Jersey and Southeastern Pennsylvania and offers instrument rentals, accessories, and service. We are proud that we have in-house access to almost every tool and machine used for modern repair, and have just about seen and repaired it all. We have a state of the art repair facility and are looking for a few hardworking dedicated technicians to bring it to life.

Band Instrument Repair 03.23.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

Company: SweetWater Schools
Contact Name: Joe Kwan
Contact Email: joseph.kwan@sweetwaterschools.org
Address: N/A
       Chula Vista, CA N/A
Phone: N/A
Fax:
Web Site: http://hr.sweetwaterschools.org/employment/classified-employment/

Position Information

Job Status: Full-Time
Focus: Combination
Guitar/violin maintenance involved? not given
Senior technician assigned to acclimate/assist the new hire? not given
Calling on schools: No
Answering phones: No
Counter interaction : No
Sales: No
Other Duties:

Miscellaneous Information

I have a job opening for a full time repair tech in Chula Vista, California. Sweetwater Union High School District is looking for a full time repair tech. We service 23 middle and high schools. Pay starts at $26.99/hr, and includes health, dental, and vision insurance, as well as vacation, sick, and personal days. The position is year round employment, 40 hours/week, with a generous amount of paid holidays throughout the year. Must have 3 years of repair experience as well as a technical degree in musical instrument repair. Applications can be submitted by following the directions in the link. If you have any questions, feel free to ask me at joseph.kwan@sweetwaterschools.orghttp://hr.sweetwaterschools.org/employment/classified-employment/ Joe Kwan Instrument Repair Tech, VAPA

Sales and Service Specialist 03.18.21

(Sales and Management Careers) Permanent link

 

Sales and Service Specialist Apple Valley, MN


Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC employs over 22,000 teammates in North America and operates more than 2,200 company-owned stores. Our locations include Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus, and Wheel Works. With 2,200 locations across America and over $3 billion in tire and auto service sales, Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build a career. Learn more!

 

Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career!

 

https://www.bebridgestone.com

 

 

Overview

The retail Sales and Service Specialist (SSS) is a unique hybrid role for stores and is intended as a key pipeline for future career-growth within BSRO. This role is primarily responsible for serving the Boss (customer) through assessing the Bosses’ needs, recommending appropriate products and/or services, performing entry-level vehicle services, and ensuring Boss satisfaction through thorough and timely completion of services. Successful individuals in this role will learn all aspects of store operations and effectively flex between interacting/serving the Boss and efficiently completing basic vehicle service tasks as required.

 

Responsibilities

 

Hybrid Role

·         Customer service, sales, customer issue resolution- 75%

·         Basic vehicle service tasks, Oil, tires, fluids- 25%

·         Store operations, opening/closing, inventory, displays- as needed basis

 

Growth and career development role

·         May assist Manager or act as Manager-On-Duty in certain circumstances or to support development

·         Will learn all aspects of store operations and flex between front/back shop tasks

 

Requirements

 

Minimum Required:

·            High School Diploma or equivalent

·            Valid automobile driver’s license

·            Customer service and career growth mindset

·            Ability to complete required store education courses and modules required for this position

·            Ability to learn and perform basic vehicle service tasks

·            Ability to learn and operate store systems

 

Preferred:

·         2-year degree or non-traditional education through training program completion, certification, or other exhibiting the growth mindset that is needed in this candidate

·         Previous consumer retail sales experience

·         Previous automotive experience a plus

·         Previous management/supervisory experience a plus

 

We are An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer

“One of our strengths is found in our commitment to serve a diverse customer population with diverse teams of teammates."

 

Richard Laughlin - (317) 775-9432

CNC Programmer 03.18.21

(Trade and Industrial Careers) Permanent link

 

CNC Programmer

 

Job Overview

Bowman Tool & Machining is a growing local family owned business located in Rochester, MN.  Bowman Tool currently seeks a CNC programmer to join our engineering team.  The CNC Programmer will work independently creating and editing part programs and also as part of a team to increase process improvement.

 

Responsibilities for CNC Programmer

·         Read technical drawings and set up the machines in accordance with these blueprints

·         Use computer software to model cutting paths and program machines accordingly

·         Perform quality assurance tests to ensure products meet design specifications

·         Adjust machine cutting paths or settings to optimize production while maintaining quality

·         Troubleshoot and resolve problems with machine programs as they arise

 

Qualifications for CNC Programmer

·         Previous experience working in a manufacturing setting is preferred

·         Experienced in Solidworks, Camworks preferred

·         Must have strong attention to detail

·         Familiarity and skill with interpreting technical drawings and blueprints

·         Ability to work independently and closely follow directions is essential

 

Bowman Tool offers competitive wages along with a comprehensive benefit package.  Apply online at www.btmcnc.com

Assistant Teacher at Early Learning Center 03.16.21

(Health and Human Services Careers) Permanent link

St. Martin's Early Learning Center

 

 

Supervisor’s Title: Executive Director & Program Director

 

Primary Purpose: Under the guidance of the Lead Teacher, provide a safe, nurturing environment for children that fulfills the standards of care recognized by St. Martin’s Early Learning Center, the Quality Rated System (QRS), and Licensing Regulations and Policies.  Plan and implement a developmentally and age appropriate curriculum which takes into consideration the needs of the individual child and encourages the child’s spiritual, social, cognitive, physical and emotional development. Maintain positive, professional relationships with parents, children, co-workers and the church community.

 

General Work Habits

·         Ensure continuity of care by reporting to work on time and maintaining consistent attendance and following appropriate procedures for requesting time off.

·         Support the academy’s policies and philosophy to parents, co-workers and the community.

·         Demonstrate flexibility with work schedules and assignments.

·         Attend mandatory meetings, center events and training sessions.

·         Demonstrate flexibility and openness to new ideas in child care practices.

·         Model Christ-like behavior.

 

Professionalism

·         Maintain confidentiality about issues concerning faculty members, children and families or the center management or operations. Never involve parents in center concerns.

·         Continue professional growth by attending courses, workshops, asking for feedback and reading professional literature.

·         Demonstrate knowledge of ages and stages of development. Understand the general areas of development for this age group.

·         Receive constructive criticism with an attitude that indicates a willingness to improve. Give feedback in a respectful manner.

·         Conduct yourself in a manner that is not detrimental to the children or the reputation of St. Martin’s ELC.

·         Greet all visitors warmly; helping them to feel welcome and valued.

 

Interactions with Children

·         Interact frequently, affectionately and respectfully by smiling, touch and holding children. Speak in a friendly, calm, soft, courteous manner.

·         Speak directly with the child at the child’s level.

·         Show respect for individual differences, including developmental level, learning styles, cultural differences and individual preferences. Avoid stereotyping and labeling.

·         Practice positive guidance techniques as outlined in the St. ELC Discipline Policy.

·         Be attentive, flexible and supportive of children and their families.

·         Engage and communicate with individual children during activities and routines. Use these teachable moments to extend the child’s thought and understanding.

·         Respect and observe the children’s interests. Enhance the children’s play and intervene when needed to maintain safety.

·         Be available and responsive to the children’s needs, interests, questions and requests.

·         Model positive social skills and encourage such behavior in the children.

·         Always act responsibly and attentively to avoid any injury or endangerment to the children.

 

Interactions with Parents

·         Greet parents at drop off and pick up with a courteous, friendly and professional demeanor.

·         Respond to parents’ comments, needs and concerns with respect, sensitivity, interest and cooperation.

·         Maintain a primary care giving relationship with families.

·         Practice open and honest communication with parents; with the Teacher’s guidance, keep them informed of activities, developmental goals and issues regarding their child. Communicate verbally and in writing with parents.

·         Assist in the preparation for parent teacher conferences with every family.

·         Always maintain confidentiality. Do not discuss a specific child or family in front of the children or other parents.

 

Interactions with Colleagues

·         Maintain an attitude of cooperation and respect with everyone in the center.

·         Assume a fair share of the workload. Look for ways to help others.

·         Demonstrate a willingness to participate in collaboration, share ideas and materials with others.

·         Be a considerate “borrower” and return items promptly and in at least the same condition as it was received.

·         Practice open, honest, respectful communication to resolve conflicts.

·         Go directly to the source with issues and avoid gossip.

·         Show respect for individual differences; including learning styles, cultural differences, point of views and individual preferences. Avoid stereotyping and labeling.

·         Provide assistance, orientation and guidance to everyone, but especially new employees or substitutes.

·         Be supportive of each other and assume additional center and classroom responsibilities as needed.

·         Show initiative and independence in assuming responsibility.

·         Communicate effectively with everyone in the center. Share concerns, challenges and successes with center directors.

 

Physical Demands

·         Follow state, federal and St. Martin’s Early Learning Center guidelines including immunizations, employment physical and required safety and health training.

·         Refrain from sleeping on the job or being under the influence of any legal or illegal substance that may impair judgment, alertness, responsiveness or your ability to do your job.

·         Ensure children’s safety while performing the following job functions.

·         Frequently lift, move or hold children with a range of weight from 10 to 50 pounds, (on occasion, may perform these tasks for a child weighing more than 50 pounds.)

·         Daily supervise and interact with a group of children outdoors for an extended period in various weather conditions.

·         Demonstrate a full range of motion to lift, reach, squat, climb, sit or otherwise fully participate in activities.

·         Respond immediately and appropriately to multiple or unexpected situations or emergencies.

·         Maintain physical and mental alertness and an appropriate level of energy to perform essential job requirements

 

Physical Environment, Health, Safety and Nutrition

·         Maintain and follow all center safety and health rules, guidelines and procedures.

·         Follow all tracking and attendance procedures so you know the number of children in your group at all times.

·         Maintain child to staff ratios.

·         Complete appropriate paperwork; attendance, incident reports, medication authorization forms, allergy updates, etc.

·         Ensure accuracy in attendance records.

·         Model and encourage children to follow all health, safety and nutritional practices.

·         Keep the environment and equipment safe, clean and attractive. Encourage respect for classroom materials and notify center directors in advance when supplies are needed.

·         Arrange space in well organized, clearly defined areas.

·         Assist in designing an environment the responds to children’s individual developmental, physical and emotional needs.

·         Immediately report any safety/health related concerns to a center director.

 

Curriculum

·         Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum that reflects observation, assessments and interests of individual children.

·         Assist in providing developmentally appropriate, Christian instruction through daily Bible lessons, verses and activities, prayer times and weekly Jesus Time programs.

·         Organize a variety of appropriate materials that meet all the developmental domains, so they are accessible to children.

·         Promote problem-solving, self-help and independence as these qualities build self-esteem in the children.

·         Promote social literacy by acknowledging feelings with sensitivity and help children identify and understand their emotions.

·         Encourage creativity.

·         Share ideas in planning a daily schedule that provides a balance of activities: child/teacher directed, active/quiet, indoor/outdoor, etc.

·         Allow many opportunities for children to make choices and offer guidance to provide well-rounded experiences for the children.

·         Assist in the documentation of children’s accomplishments through anecdotal notes, documentation panels and/or portfolios.

·         Maintain flexibility in scheduling to allow for children’s needs and interests.

·         Plan ahead and be prepared to implement planned activities on a daily basis.

·         Be sensitive to transitions times; daily schedules, changes in the classroom routines, new families.

 

Requirements

·         Must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED.

·         Meet federal, individual state and St. Martin’s ELC requirements (i.e. Immunizations, physicals, criminal background studies, ability to provide Christian instruction and model Christ-like behavior, etc.)

·         Be willing to obtain CPR and First Aid certification within the first 3 months of employment.

·         Preferred educational requirements: MN DHS minimum requirements are found here: https://edocs.dhs.state.mn.us/lfserver/Public/DHS-7994-ENG 

·         Demonstrate knowledge of developmentally appropriate practice and positive interactions with children through an in-classroom interaction.

 

Child Care Certificate or Credentials

·         Verify the following experience requirements:

·         A minimum of one-year experience working with young children. Teaching experience may be substituted for educational requirements, provided a professional development plan is in place.

 

EXCELLENCE is not the goal: it is the STANDARD.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lead Teacher for Early Learning Center 03.16.21

(Health and Human Services Careers) Permanent link

St. Martin's Early Learning Center

 

 

Supervisor’s Title: Executive Director & Program Director

 

Primary Purpose: Provide a safe, nurturing environment for children that fulfills the standards of care recognized by St. Martin’s Early Learning Center, the Quality Rated System (QRS), and Licensing Regulations and Policies.  Plan and implement a developmentally and age appropriate curriculum which takes into consideration the needs of the individual child and encourages the child’s spiritual, social, cognitive, physical and emotional development. Maintain positive, professional relationships with parents, children, co-workers and the church community.

 

General Work Habits

·         Ensure continuity of care by reporting to work on time and maintaining consistent attendance and following appropriate procedures for requesting time off.

·         Support the academy’s policies and philosophy to parents, co-workers and the community.

·         Demonstrate flexibility with work schedules and assignments.

·         Attend mandatory meetings, center events and training sessions.

·         Demonstrate flexibility and openness to new ideas in child care practices.

·         Model Christ-like behavior.

 

Professionalism

·         Maintain confidentiality about issues concerning faculty members, children and families or the center management or operations. Never involve parents in center concerns.

·         Continue professional growth by attending courses, workshops, asking for feedback and reading professional literature.

·         Demonstrate knowledge of ages and stages of development. Understand the general areas of development for this age group.

·         Receive constructive criticism with an attitude that indicates a willingness to improve. Give feedback in a respectful manner.

·         Conduct yourself in a manner that is not detrimental to the children or the reputation of St. Martin’s ELC.

·         Greet all visitors warmly; helping them to feel welcome and valued.

 

Interactions with Children

·         Interact frequently, affectionately and respectfully by smiling, touch and holding children. Speak in a friendly, calm, soft, courteous manner.

·         Speak directly with the child at the child’s level.

·         Show respect for individual differences, including developmental level, learning styles, cultural differences and individual preferences. Avoid stereotyping and labeling.

·         Practice positive guidance techniques as outlined in the St. ELC Discipline Policy.

·         Be attentive, flexible and supportive of children and their families.

·         Engage and communicate with individual children during activities and routines. Use these teachable moments to extend the child’s thought and understanding.

·         Respect and observe the children’s interests. Enhance the children’s play and intervene when needed to maintain safety.

·         Be available and responsive to the children’s needs, interests, questions and requests.

·         Model positive social skills and encourage such behavior in the children.

·         Always act responsibly and attentively to avoid any injury or endangerment to the children.

 

Interactions with Parents

·         Greet parents at drop off and pick up with a courteous, friendly and professional demeanor.

·         Respond to parents’ comments, needs and concerns with respect, sensitivity, interest and cooperation.

·         Maintain a primary care giving relationship with families.

·         Practice open and honest communication with parents; with the Teacher’s guidance, keep them informed of activities, developmental goals and issues regarding their child. Communicate verbally and in writing with parents.

·         Prepare for parent teacher conferences with every family.

·         Always maintain confidentiality. Do not discuss a specific child or family in front of the children or other parents.

 

Interactions with Colleagues

·         Maintain an attitude of cooperation and respect with everyone in the center.

·         Assume a fair share of the workload. Look for ways to help others.

·         Demonstrate a willingness to participate in collaboration, share ideas and materials with others.

·         Be a considerate “borrower” and return items promptly and in at least the same condition as it was received.

·         Practice open, honest, respectful communication to resolve conflicts.

·         Go directly to the source with issues and avoid gossip.

·         Show respect for individual differences; including learning styles, cultural differences, point of views and individual preferences. Avoid stereotyping and labeling.

·         Provide assistance, orientation and guidance to everyone, but especially new employees or substitutes.

·         Be supportive of each other and assume additional center and classroom responsibilities as needed.

·         Show initiative and independence in assuming responsibility.

·         Communicate effectively with everyone in the center. Share concerns, challenges and successes with center directors.

 

Physical Demands

·         Follow state, federal and St. Martin’s Early Learning Center guidelines including immunizations, employment physical and required safety and health training.

·         Refrain from sleeping on the job or being under the influence of any legal or illegal substance that may impair judgment, alertness, responsiveness or your ability to do your job.

·         Ensure children’s safety while performing the following job functions.

·         Frequently lift, move or hold children with a range of weight from 10 to 50 pounds, (on occasion, may perform these tasks for a child weighing more than 50 pounds.)

·         Daily supervise and interact with a group of children outdoors for an extended period in various weather conditions.

·         Demonstrate a full range of motion to lift, reach, squat, climb, sit or otherwise fully participate in activities.

·         Respond immediately and appropriately to multiple or unexpected situations or emergencies.

·         Maintain physical and mental alertness and an appropriate level of energy to perform essential job requirements

 

Physical Environment, Health, Safety and Nutrition

·         Maintain and follow all center safety and health rules, guidelines and procedures.

·         Follow all tracking and attendance procedures so you know the number of children in your group at all times.

·         Maintain child to staff ratios.

·         Complete appropriate paperwork; attendance, incident reports, medication authorization forms, allergy updates, etc.

·         Ensure accuracy in attendance records.

·         Model and encourage children to follow all health, safety and nutritional practices.

·         Keep the environment and equipment safe, clean and attractive. Encourage respect for classroom materials and notify center directors in advance when supplies are needed.

·         Arrange space in well organized, clearly defined areas.

·         Design an environment the responds to children’s individual developmental, physical and emotional needs.

·         Immediately report any safety/health related concerns to a center director.

 

Curriculum

·         Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum that reflects observation, assessments and interests of individual children.

·         Provide developmentally appropriate, Christian instruction through daily Bible lessons, verses and activities, prayer times and weekly Jesus Time programs.

·         Organize a variety of appropriate materials that meet all the developmental domains, so they are accessible to children.

·         Promote problem-solving, self-help and independence as these qualities build self-esteem in the children.

·         Promote social literacy by acknowledging feelings with sensitivity and help children identify and understand their emotions.

·         Encourage creativity.

·         Share ideas in planning a daily schedule that provides a balance of activities: child/teacher directed, active/quiet, indoor/outdoor, etc.

·         Allow many opportunities for children to make choices and offer guidance to provide well-rounded experiences for the children.

·         Document children’s accomplishments through anecdotal notes, documentation panels and/or portfolios.

·         Maintain flexibility in scheduling to allow for children’s needs and interests.

·         Plan ahead and be prepared to implement planned activities on a daily basis.

·         Be sensitive to transitions times; daily schedules, changes in the classroom routines, new families.

 

Requirements

·         Must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED.

·         Meet federal, individual state and St. Martin’s ELC requirements (i.e. Immunizations, physicals, criminal background studies, ability to provide Christian instruction and model Christ-like behavior, etc.)

·         Be willing to obtain CPR and First Aid certification within the first 3 months of employment.

·         Preferred educational requirements: MNDHS minimum requirements are found here: https://edocs.dhs.state.mn.us/lfserver/Public/DHS-7994-ENG

·         Related Degree (Master’s, Bachelor’s or Associate’s) in Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Child and Family Studies or related field.

·         Unrelated Degree with relevant coursework

·         Child Care Certificate or Credentials

·         Demonstrate knowledge of developmentally appropriate practice and positive interactions with children through an in-classroom interaction.

 

Child Care Certificate or Credentials

Verify the following experience requirements:

·         A minimum of one-year experience working with young children in a licensed childcare facility or family day care home.

·         Extensive Teaching experience may be substituted for educational requirements, provided a professional development plan is in place.

 

EXCELLENCE is not the goal: it is the STANDARD.

 

 

Sales and Service Specialist 03.16.21

(Sales and Management Careers, Trade and Industrial Careers) Permanent link

Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC

 

 

Sales and Service Specialist Lacrosse, WI

Bridgestone Retail Operations, LLC employs over 22,000 teammates in North America and operates more than 2,200 company-owned stores. Our locations include Firestone Complete Auto Care, Tires Plus, and Wheel Works. With 2,200 locations across America and over $3 billion in tire and auto service sales, Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build a career. Learn more!

Apply today to learn more about why Bridgestone Retail Operations is the right place to build your career!

https://www.bebridgestone.com

 

 

Overview

The retail Sales and Service Specialist (SSS) is a unique hybrid role for stores and is intended as a key pipeline for future career-growth within BSRO. This role is primarily responsible for serving the Boss (customer) through assessing the Bosses’ needs, recommending appropriate products and/or services, performing entry-level vehicle services, and ensuring Boss satisfaction through thorough and timely completion of services. Successful individuals in this role will learn all aspects of store operations and effectively flex between interacting/serving the Boss and efficiently completing basic vehicle service tasks as required.

 

Responsibilities

 

Hybrid Role

·         Customer service, sales, customer issue resolution- 75%

·         Basic vehicle service tasks, Oil, tires, fluids- 25%

·         Store operations, opening/closing, inventory, displays- as needed basis

 

Growth and career development role

·         May assist Manager or act as Manager-On-Duty in certain circumstances or to support development

·         Will learn all aspects of store operations and flex between front/back shop tasks

 

Requirements

 

Minimum Required:

·            High School Diploma or equivalent

·            Valid automobile driver’s license

·            Customer service and career growth mindset

·            Ability to complete required store education courses and modules required for this position

·            Ability to learn and perform basic vehicle service tasks

·            Ability to learn and operate store systems

 

Preferred:

·         2-year degree or non-traditional education through training program completion, certification, or other exhibiting the growth mindset that is needed in this candidate

·         Previous consumer retail sales experience

·         Previous automotive experience a plus

·         Previous management/supervisory experience a plus

We are An Equal Opportunity Affirmative Action Employer

“One of our strengths is found in our commitment to serve a diverse customer population with diverse teams of teammates."

Richard Laughlin - (317) 775-9432

Band Instrument Repair 03.11.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

Company: Pecknel Music Co., Inc.
Contact Name: Carl Rohleder
Contact Email: carl@pecknelmusic.com
Address: 1312 N. Pleasantburg Dr.
       Greenville, SC 29607
Phone: 864-244-7881
Fax:
Web Site: www.pecknelmusic.com

Position Information

Job Status: Full-Time
Focus: Combination
Guitar/violin maintenance involved? No
Senior technician assigned to acclimate/assist the new hire? Yes
Calling on schools: No
Answering phones: No
Counter interaction : Yes
Sales: No
Other Duties:

Miscellaneous Information

Immediate Opening for Repair Technician in Greenville, SC Pecknel Music, South Carolina’s established leader in school music since 1959, has an immediate opening for a full-time Band Instrument Repair Technician in their main Greenville, SC shop. Applicants must have at least 2 years of repair experience, but recent graduates of accredited repair schools will also be considered. Competitive compensation is based upon experience and productivity. Benefits include paid vacation and holidays, medical insurance options, 401k retirement plan with company contribution, and company-paid NAPBIRT dues. Pecknel Music offers a wonderful and friendly work environment and is designated by NAMM as one of the “Top 100” Music Dealers in the United States. Greenville, SC is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in the United States. Interested candidates should send a cover letter and resume to: Carl Rohleder Pecknel Music 1312 N. Pleasantburg Dr. Greenville, SC 29607 Or email: carl@pecknelmusic.com All applications will be held in strict confidence.

Accounts Payable and Receivable Clerk 03.11.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers) Permanent link

 

 

ORC Industries, Inc.

Wisconsin/Texas

 

Accounts Payable & Accounts Receivable Clerk

Department:  Finance Department                                             Job Status:  Full Time

FLSA Status:  Hourly: 7:30 am to 4:00 pm                                   Reports To:  Senior Accountant

                                                                                                       Amount of Travel Required:   20%                                                  

                                                                                                                                               

POSITION SUMMARY

Performs numerous complex accounting and financial responsibilities, i.e., responsible for all Company receivables/payables and reconciliations; calculates relevant financial reports; audits daily and monthly financial accounts receivable/payables; assists as needed with related accounting reports; responsible for commercial accounts.    

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

1.     Performs various account receivable and payable operations; researches and reconciles statements/discrepancies and submits findings; runs credit checks for commercial vendors; processes agency billing for county funded employee payments; responsible for receiving, depositing, allocating, and accounting for special funds or appropriations

2.     Responsible for all aspects pertaining to accounts receivables and accounts payable, and for providing management with reports

3.     Uses discretion, independent judgment, and exercises authority to commit payment or recover outstanding commercial debts; uses judgment and initiative to handle complex issues in the accounts payable/receivable and commercial market orders and billings

4.     Interfaces with external customers in the commercial market; responsible for all postings, billings, and reconciliations of commercial market sales and expenditures; manage sales reports

5.     Prepares payments, cash and related vouchers; assists with and/or may prepare reports and worksheets for audit and tax purposes

6.     Interface with Purchasing Manager for Texas financial management

7.     Must adhere to and follow safety procedures

8.     Performs other job related duties as needed and assigned

 

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

A bachelors degree in accounting or a two year college degree in accounting with a minimum of three (3)  to four (4) years of direct accounting experience; experience with direct customer/vendor relations highly desirable; must be accurate and detail oriented with a demonstrated proficiency in accounting principles; must have excellent working knowledge of finance computer applications; possess good communication, interpersonal skills and adaptability to new tasks and responsibilities with both internal and external customers; self-directed applying sound independent judgment.

 

Supervisor Signature: ______________________________________________    date:  __________________

Employee Signature:    _____________________________________________    date:  __________________

The company has reviewed this job description to ensure that essential functions and basic duties have been included.  It is not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all functions, responsibilities, skills, and abilities.  Additional functions and requirements may be assigned by supervisors as deemed appropriate.

Lead Teachers for Early Learning Center 03.10.21

(Health and Human Services Careers) Permanent link

St. Martin's Early Learning Center

 

Supervisor’s Title: Executive Director & Program Director

 

Primary Purpose: Provide a safe, nurturing environment for children that fulfills the standards of care recognized by St. Martin’s Early Learning Center, the Quality Rated System (QRS), and Licensing Regulations and Policies.  Plan and implement a developmentally and age appropriate curriculum which takes into consideration the needs of the individual child and encourages the child’s spiritual, social, cognitive, physical and emotional development. Maintain positive, professional relationships with parents, children, co-workers and the church community.

 

General Work Habits

·         Ensure continuity of care by reporting to work on time and maintaining consistent attendance and following appropriate procedures for requesting time off.

·         Support the academy’s policies and philosophy to parents, co-workers and the community.

·         Demonstrate flexibility with work schedules and assignments.

·         Attend mandatory meetings, center events and training sessions.

·         Demonstrate flexibility and openness to new ideas in child care practices.

·         Model Christ-like behavior.

 

Professionalism

·         Maintain confidentiality about issues concerning faculty members, children and families or the center management or operations. Never involve parents in center concerns.

·         Continue professional growth by attending courses, workshops, asking for feedback and reading professional literature.

·         Demonstrate knowledge of ages and stages of development. Understand the general areas of development for this age group.

·         Receive constructive criticism with an attitude that indicates a willingness to improve. Give feedback in a respectful manner.

·         Conduct yourself in a manner that is not detrimental to the children or the reputation of St. Martin’s ELC.

·         Greet all visitors warmly; helping them to feel welcome and valued.

 

Interactions with Children

·         Interact frequently, affectionately and respectfully by smiling, touch and holding children. Speak in a friendly, calm, soft, courteous manner.

·         Speak directly with the child at the child’s level.

·         Show respect for individual differences, including developmental level, learning styles, cultural differences and individual preferences. Avoid stereotyping and labeling.

·         Practice positive guidance techniques as outlined in the St. ELC Discipline Policy.

·         Be attentive, flexible and supportive of children and their families.

·         Engage and communicate with individual children during activities and routines. Use these teachable moments to extend the child’s thought and understanding.

·         Respect and observe the children’s interests. Enhance the children’s play and intervene when needed to maintain safety.

·         Be available and responsive to the children’s needs, interests, questions and requests.

·         Model positive social skills and encourage such behavior in the children.

·         Always act responsibly and attentively to avoid any injury or endangerment to the children.

 

Interactions with Parents

·         Greet parents at drop off and pick up with a courteous, friendly and professional demeanor.

·         Respond to parents’ comments, needs and concerns with respect, sensitivity, interest and cooperation.

·         Maintain a primary care giving relationship with families.

·         Practice open and honest communication with parents; with the Teacher’s guidance, keep them informed of activities, developmental goals and issues regarding their child. Communicate verbally and in writing with parents.

·         Prepare for parent teacher conferences with every family.

·         Always maintain confidentiality. Do not discuss a specific child or family in front of the children or other parents.

 

Interactions with Colleagues

·         Maintain an attitude of cooperation and respect with everyone in the center.

·         Assume a fair share of the workload. Look for ways to help others.

·         Demonstrate a willingness to participate in collaboration, share ideas and materials with others.

·         Be a considerate “borrower” and return items promptly and in at least the same condition as it was received.

·         Practice open, honest, respectful communication to resolve conflicts.

·         Go directly to the source with issues and avoid gossip.

·         Show respect for individual differences; including learning styles, cultural differences, point of views and individual preferences. Avoid stereotyping and labeling.

·         Provide assistance, orientation and guidance to everyone, but especially new employees or substitutes.

·         Be supportive of each other and assume additional center and classroom responsibilities as needed.

·         Show initiative and independence in assuming responsibility.

·         Communicate effectively with everyone in the center. Share concerns, challenges and successes with center directors.

 

Physical Demands

·         Follow state, federal and St. Martin’s Early Learning Center guidelines including immunizations, employment physical and required safety and health training.

·         Refrain from sleeping on the job or being under the influence of any legal or illegal substance that may impair judgment, alertness, responsiveness or your ability to do your job.

·         Ensure children’s safety while performing the following job functions.

·         Frequently lift, move or hold children with a range of weight from 10 to 50 pounds, (on occasion, may perform these tasks for a child weighing more than 50 pounds.)

·         Daily supervise and interact with a group of children outdoors for an extended period in various weather conditions.

·         Demonstrate a full range of motion to lift, reach, squat, climb, sit or otherwise fully participate in activities.

·         Respond immediately and appropriately to multiple or unexpected situations or emergencies.

·         Maintain physical and mental alertness and an appropriate level of energy to perform essential job requirements

 

Physical Environment, Health, Safety and Nutrition

·         Maintain and follow all center safety and health rules, guidelines and procedures.

·         Follow all tracking and attendance procedures so you know the number of children in your group at all times.

·         Maintain child to staff ratios.

·         Complete appropriate paperwork; attendance, incident reports, medication authorization forms, allergy updates, etc.

·         Ensure accuracy in attendance records.

·         Model and encourage children to follow all health, safety and nutritional practices.

·         Keep the environment and equipment safe, clean and attractive. Encourage respect for classroom materials and notify center directors in advance when supplies are needed.

·         Arrange space in well organized, clearly defined areas.

·         Design an environment the responds to children’s individual developmental, physical and emotional needs.

·         Immediately report any safety/health related concerns to a center director.

 

Curriculum

·         Implement a developmentally appropriate curriculum that reflects observation, assessments and interests of individual children.

·         Provide developmentally appropriate, Christian instruction through daily Bible lessons, verses and activities, prayer times and weekly Jesus Time programs.

·         Organize a variety of appropriate materials that meet all the developmental domains, so they are accessible to children.

·         Promote problem-solving, self-help and independence as these qualities build self-esteem in the children.

·         Promote social literacy by acknowledging feelings with sensitivity and help children identify and understand their emotions.

·         Encourage creativity.

·         Share ideas in planning a daily schedule that provides a balance of activities: child/teacher directed, active/quiet, indoor/outdoor, etc.

·         Allow many opportunities for children to make choices and offer guidance to provide well-rounded experiences for the children.

·         Document children’s accomplishments through anecdotal notes, documentation panels and/or portfolios.

·         Maintain flexibility in scheduling to allow for children’s needs and interests.

·         Plan ahead and be prepared to implement planned activities on a daily basis.

·         Be sensitive to transitions times; daily schedules, changes in the classroom routines, new families.

 

Requirements

·         Must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED.

·         Meet federal, individual state and St. Martin’s ELC requirements (i.e. Immunizations, physicals, criminal background studies, ability to provide Christian instruction and model Christ-like behavior, etc.)

·         Be willing to obtain CPR and First Aid certification within the first 3 months of employment.

·         Preferred educational requirements: MNDHS minimum requirements are found here: https://edocs.dhs.state.mn.us/lfserver/Public/DHS-7994-ENG

·         Related Degree (Master’s, Bachelor’s or Associate’s) in Child Development, Early Childhood Education, Child and Family Studies or related field.

·         Unrelated Degree with relevant coursework

·         Child Care Certificate or Credentials

·         Demonstrate knowledge of developmentally appropriate practice and positive interactions with children through an in-classroom interaction.

 

Child Care Certificate or Credentials

Verify the following experience requirements:

·         A minimum of one-year experience working with young children in a licensed childcare facility or family day care home.

·         Extensive Teaching experience may be substituted for educational requirements, provided a professional development plan is in place.

 

EXCELLENCE is not the goal: it is the STANDARD.

 

 

Part Time Teller 03.10.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers) Permanent link

 Merchants Bank

 

Part-time Teller

 

Merchants Bank, Red Wing, has an opening for a part-time Teller.  Generally 10-20 hours/week including up to 3 Saturday mornings/month.  We are looking for someone that is friendly, outgoing, a quick learner, and team player.  Previous customer service and cash handling skills preferred.  In this position, you will be responsible for providing excellent customer service, cross selling products and services, and processing all types of banking transactions. 

 

Apply in person at Merchants Bank, Red Wing (2835 S Service Dr), online at www.merchantsbank.com/about/careers, or e-mail NLMessenger@merchantsbank.com with a cover letter and resume or to request an application.  Merchants Bank is an Equal Opportunity Employer of women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

 

 

Data and System Analyst 03.10.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers) Permanent link

Riverside

 

Data and System Analyst


Location:  Lewiston

Days/Hours: Primarily day hours but may work nights and/or weekends to support all facility shifts

Position Status: Full-Time


The Company:
RiverSide Integrated Solutions, Inc. is an advanced Contract Manufacturer providing robust comprehensive solutions in Circuit Board Assembly, Electromechanical & Mechanical Assembly, Kitting, Supply Chain Management, Fulfillment, Distribution, and Reverse Logistics.  With a culture of customer focused solutions and continuous improvement, RiverSide Integrated Solutions, Inc. is uniquely positioned to respond to any customer need. As a co-worker, you will be offered a variety of competitive benefits including medical, dental, disability, life, 401K and more.  Come join our team to be a part of a great organization!

 

The Team:

The position is working with Information Systems department. Our team supports network and telecommunications services for RiverSide Integrated Solutions.


The Role:
This is a first shift position in the Information Systems Department working with Information Systems co-workers and RIS end users.  It offers a variety of business system support and professional growth opportunities.  The individual who holds this position reports to the Information Systems Manager.

 

You will spend your time:

·         With Business System Application implementation, development, and support

·         With Business System data analysis

·         Creating and editing SSRS reports for end users

·         Working with technical support organizations from outside the company to enhance and troubleshoot business system software

·         Working with computer users at all levels of the company to help solve business issues through utilization of our business system software

·         Working with system users to further develop use of our business system application(s) including Enterprise Resource Planning, Financial, and Electronic Commerce applications

·         Providing end user training

·         Leading and/or participating in departmental project implementation

·         With Microsoft Access database creation and design

·         With Documentation   

·         Other duties as required

 

We are excited about you if you have:

·         A College degree or equivalent work experience preferred

·         Knowledge in Microsoft Office Access

·         Excellent communication skills

·         Willingness and enthusiasm deploying new features in Business Systems

·         Some flexibility with hours for occasional project work desired

·         ERP experience required (Epicor a plus)

·         Business analyst experience

·         Familiarity with manufacturing workflow

 

If interested in this position please apply through our website at www.riversideintegratedsolutions.com

 

 

 

 

HR Assistant 03.10.21

(Business and Information Technology Careers) Permanent link

 Riverside

 

 

Position Opening:

Human Resources Assistant 


Location:  Winona

Shift/Hours: Day Hours

Position Status: Full-Time


The Company: 
RiverSide Integrated Solutions, Inc. is an advanced Contract Manufacturer providing robust comprehensive solutions in Circuit Board Assembly, Electromechanical & Mechanical Assembly, Kitting, Supply Chain Management, Fulfillment, Distribution, and Reverse Logistics.  With a culture of customer focused solutions and continuous improvement, RiverSide Integrated Solutions, Inc. is uniquely positioned to respond to any customer need. As a co-worker, you will be offered a variety of competitive benefits including medical, dental, disability, life, 401K and more. Come join our team to be a part of a great organization!

 

The Team:
This role is a part of the Human Resource team. The team works with and supports all other departments in the organization including the full network of companies: RiverSide Integrated Solutions (RIS), JMW Enterprises, and CCSI.  Our team currently consists of an HR Manager, Senior HR Generalist, HR and Payroll Administrator, and Environmental Health & Safety Coordinator. 

 

The Role:

This co-worker will provide administrative support to the HR team and RIS co-workers. Effectiveness in this role requires the ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive situations with solid judgment. The applicant must possess self-motivation, enthusiasm, and a positive disposition toward the job, the company, and coworkers.

 

You will spend your time:

  • Provide administrative support to the Human Resource Team, which includes creating, maintaining and analyzing various reports.

·         Assist with the recruiting and onboarding procedures. Some duties include, post position openings on various job search engine sites, review submitted applications, schedule interviews, and complete new hire processes.

·         Assist with production tours/interviews.

·         Assist with processing benefits

·         Respond to co-worker inquiries.

  • Perform other tasks as required.

We are excited about you if you have:

  • Prior administrative assistant experience strongly preferred.
  • Prior experience working in human resources preferred.
  • Must be able to maintain a high degree of confidentiality.
  • Knowledge of and experience with Microsoft Office Suite Programs and ability to adapt to new technologies/software.
  • Knowledge of applicant tracking software
  • Ability to take direction and work successfully independently and as a team member.

·         Excellent/professional verbal and written communication skills.

·         Customer Service skills, an ability to asses customer needs and provide solutions.

·         Strong organizational and administrative skills

·         Detail oriented

·         High level of integrity

·         Proven track record of reliability and responsibility, with ability to manage time and performance.

 

Travel:

-       This position may travel between the Lewiston and Winona facilities.

 

 

If interested in this position please apply through our website at www.riversideintegratedsolutions.com

 

 

Luthiers 03.05.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

 

The Paul A. Schmitt Violin Shop is a full-service violin shop located at Schmitt Music Company in the thriving arts city of Minneapolis, MN.  Schmitt Music is a well-known and respected musical instrument dealer in the Twin Cities, owned and operated by five generations of the Schmitt family. The Paul A. Schmitt Violin Shop is expanding to serve players at all levels and expects to be regarded as one of the best violin shops in the region. We are currently looking for full-time luthiers to help us maintain our student level violins, violas, cellos, and basses. We work directly with manufacturers to supply student and school instruments that are above average in quality and sound. So additional responsibilities will include the set-up of new instruments and as well as repair of our student and school instrument stock. Compensation starts at $13 per hour but will increase to $14 per hour after a three month evaluation period. All full-time employees at Schmitt Music qualify for full benefits and the opportunity to grow with the shop and the Company.

Please contact Peter Schmitt by email (peter.schmitt@schmittmusic.com) or call him directly (651-592-5158) with questions or to start the interview and bench test process. We welcome all interested applicants to visit our store, meet our head luthier Peter Bingen, an award-winning violin maker, and tour our facility.

 

Automotive Technician 03.05.21

(Trade and Industrial Careers) Permanent link

We are looking to fill some Automotive Technician roles in the Zumbrota area, if you happen to know of any students that may be interested please feel free to pass my contact information along. Students can email me their resume at pepper@transcend-solutions.com

 

 

Job Description:

Are you a car enthusiast? Do you enjoy problem solving and getting your hands dirty? Have you always wanted a career in the automotive industry? Well then this is the position for you! Our client in Zumbrota, MN is looking for a full time/direct hire, enthusiastic, Drivetrain/Automotive Technician to join their fast-growing team. The primary function of this position is to re-build transmissions, transfer cases, and differentials.

 

Essential Duties & Responsibilities:

  • Get direction from shop foreman on priority of work.
  • Work with the tear down employees identify units that need to be prepped for re-manufacturing.
  • Wash all core and component parts as part of the pre-build process.
  • Inspect cores and components to determine if buildable. Inform shop foreman if core or parts are not buildable.
  • Evaluate core to determine appropriate critical components or any components that do not match quality standard.
  • Remove internal bearings and gears and identify worn parts and dispose.
  • Add all components that were selected to be replaced to WIP document.
  • Ensure all inventoried components are listed on WIP document.
  • Deliver completed WIP doc to parts pullers for processing.
  • Start next project while waiting for parts to pulled and delivered.
  • Follow build sheets or standard work instructions (as available0 to complete all rebuild jobs.
  • Ensure the finished unit is in good working order and cosmetically look like
  • Clean out scrap bin and empty trash at workstation as needed.
  • Inform maintenance when machinery breakdown occurs.
  • Maintain a clean and safe workspace.
  • Other tasks as directed.
  • Will conduct these responsibilities in a professional and timely manner.

 

Preferred Education and Experience:

  • Advanced automotive and mechanical skills.
  • Use of power tools.

 

Knowledge and Personal Attributes:

  • Able to work independently.

 

 

Service Technician 03.03.21

(Technical Careers, Trade and Industrial Careers) Permanent link

Prairie Restorations, Inc.

Position: Services Technician - Seasonal
Department: Services
Reports To: Project Manager
Classification: Hourly ($14+DOE)
Direct Reports: None
The mission at Prairie Restorations, Inc. (PRI) is, “To produce and provide the most ecologically appropriate plants, products and services possible to restore and manage native plant communities.”
In accordance with Prairie Restorations, philosophy, all team members work together sharing in a common goal of a successful, profitable and innovative company. Team members are to demonstrate our Core Values of Professionalism, Dedication, Resourcefulness, Integrity, and Accountability. All team members are to be role models of these Core Values.
This job description identifies areas of accountability. This is not an all-inclusive list of duties. These are primary responsibilities.

 
Qualification Requirements
o Sincere interest in native plant communities.
o Ability to obtain MnDOT Health Card (PRI pays).
o Valid MN Driver’s License
o Ability to be insured to drive company vehicle by PRI insurance company.
o Comfortable handling herbicides.
o Ability to obtain MN Dept of Ag Pesticide Applicator License(PRI Pays)

 
Position Summary
The Service Technician will provide assistance with soil preparation, seeding and planting on new installations and management projects. Using power equipment and herbicides when necessary and assist with controlled burning when assigned. The Service Technician works under the direction and guidance of the Project or Assistant Project Managers. All employees are expected to complete all required training and licensures and act in a way consistent with PRI’s core values.

 
Duties and Responsibilities
Provide Field Labor on Projects in the following areas
 Soil Preparation
 Seeding
 Planting
 Erosion control
 Hand weeding
 Broadcast and spot herbicide applications
 Small power equipment operations
 Prescribed burning
 Invasive species control

 
Other duties as assigned may include but are not limited to the following
 Mechanical repairs
 Facilities maintenance and repair
 Maintaining work records

 
Work Environment

Regularly works around moving mechanical parts and in outside conditions that include inclement weather, heat and humidity. Noise level may be loud at times. Working hours can be long and unpredictable.
Physical Demands
Must be able to move objects up to 50 lbs. and use abdominal and lower back muscles to provide support over time without fatigue. Constant movement and use of limbs. This position requires good manual dexterity, coordination and stamina.

CNAs and LPNs 03.03.21

(Health and Human Services Careers) Permanent link

 

 

My name is Jess and I am a nurse manager at St. Michael’s Assisted Living in Fountain City, WI. 

Here at St. Michael’s Resident Assistants do not have to have their CNA licensure. – Interested students/persons can get experience with learning medications/medication pass, minor dressing changes, taking vital signs, and working with the elderly with multiple diagnosis as well as forms or dementia/Alzheimer’s.

We currently have a couple different positions (PT/FT/COC) available. We are reaching out to different resources to pass along our information.

https://www.tlha.org/job-location/fountain-city-wi/  

We can also be found on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TLHAstmichaels/

I can be reached thru e-mail or phone.


Jess Watson  |  LPN Clinical Care Coordinator

St. Michael’s Assisted Living  |  A Ministry of The Lutheran Home Association

270 North Street, Fountain City, WI 54629

Phone: (608) 468-6369  |  Cell: (715) 225-1424  |  Fax: 1-608-468-6320

jnwatson@tlha.org  |  www.mystmichaels.org

 

 

Positions at The Guitar Center Company 03.02.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

 

Here’s an update of our current open repair tech positions nationwide.

 


The Guitar Center Company    

5795 Lindero Canyon Rd. Westlake Village, CA 91362  

Cell: (971) 600-4604 

  

 

 

Location
Hollywood, CA
San Bernardino,  CA
South Bay, CA
Rancho Cucamonga, CA
Oxnard,  CA
Pasadena, CA
Las Vegas, NV
San Jose, CA
Roseville, CA
Clackamas, OR
Des Moines, IA
Davenport, IA
Cedar Rapids, IA
Lansing, MI
Highland Park, MI
Maple Grove, IA
Salt Lake City, UT
Austin, TX
Tyler, TX
Lewisville, TX
Willowbrook, TX
Katy, TX
Manchester, NH
Berklee, MA
Toledo, OH
Nashville, TN
Greenville, SC
Columbia, SC
Hallandale, FL
South Miami, FL
Springfield, NJ
E. Brunswick, NJ
Towson, MD
Midlothian, VA

Caretaker 03.02.21

(Other) Permanent link

 

 

Caretaker PT (Red Wing)

The Boisclair Corporation is seeking a PT Caretaker or Caretaker Team (working 5+ hours per week) that would take pride in the clean and well-maintained common spaces at a market rate 38 unit apartment complex in Red Wing, MN.


Pleasant Ridge is a family living, dog friendly community that offers the perfect location to enjoy the Red Wing area. This is close to the college and may be ideal for the college student(s).

Primary Duties:
Clean common areas
Cleaning of units being turned at the end of the month
Trash removal and general property care
Snow shoveling/salting/sanding as needed
Delivering of Notices as needed
Being available for the emergency on-call phone rotation from 5:30pm - 7:30am and on rotating weekends, once every other week (may vary)

Must have valid driver's license and insured vehicle for use while on-call.

We are looking for self-motivated individual(s) that enjoy establishing a positive rental community.

Must live on-site.

To be considered for this position, please email a resume or email for an application.

EEO Employer

Principals only.
Recruiters, please don't contact this job poster.
Do NOT contact us with unsolicited services or offers

 

Band Instrument Repair 03.02.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

Company: Rettig Music
Contact Name: Tim Rettig
Contact Email: tim@rettigmusic.com
Address: 510 Clinton St.
       Defiance, Ohio 43512
Phone: 8005268742
Fax:
Web Site: www.rettigmusic.com

Position Information

Job Status: Full-Time
Focus: Combination
Guitar/violin maintenance involved? No
Senior technician assigned to acclimate/assist the new hire? Yes
Calling on schools: No
Answering phones: No
Counter interaction : No
Sales: No
Other Duties:

Miscellaneous Information

Rettig Music, Ohio's premier educational music store, is looking to hire repair staff at 3 of our 6 locations: Defiance, Westlake, and Dublin. Opportunities exist for both woodwind and brass technicians. We take pride in providing our customers with outstanding repair services, and are looking to hire both immediately and in the near future. Please contact Tim Rettig to discuss joining our team!

Luthier 03.01.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

 

 

The Music Shoppe, Inc. / Position for Orchestral String Luthier

 

The Music Shoppe, a NAMM Top 100 dealer and long-standing member of NASMD, is seeking an experienced orchestral string luthier for the Normal, Illinois location.  Serving downstate Illinois since 1961, The Music Shoppe has a history of excellent repair service and support for orchestral string musicians.

 

The home of Illinois State University and Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington-Normal is a vibrant source of repair business with 2 outstanding Schools of Music, numerous professional players and teachers, and orchestral programs in all public and some private schools. The community is diverse and arts supportive;  large enough to offer many amenities, and only 2 hours from Chicago or St. Louis for broader offerings in music and the arts.

 

The Music Shoppe offers a generous benefits program and exceptional support of our technicians.  We’d love to talk with you and answer questions you may have!

Please address resumes, cover letters, and questions to joy@themusicshoppe.com.

 

 

Band Instrument Repair 02.16.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

Company: Eckroth Music - Roseville
Contact Name: Jeff Eckroth
Contact Email:
Address: 1655 N Grandview Lane Suite 201
       Bismarck, ND 58503
Phone: 701-333-0281
Fax:
Web Site: www.eckroth.com

Position Information

Job Status: Full-Time
Focus: Combination
Guitar/violin maintenance involved? No
Senior technician assigned to acclimate/assist the new hire? Yes
Calling on schools: No
Answering phones: Yes
Counter interaction : Yes
Sales: Yes
Other Duties:

Miscellaneous Information

Eckroth Music, a second-generation company serving the music industry since 1972, is seeking a fulltime, experienced brass wind and woodwind repair technician in our Fargo, ND location. Eckroth Music, an established leader in school band and orchestra with 9 retail locations, offers a professional work environment, network of repair technicians throughout the company, competitive salary, and full benefits package. The individual successful in this position has the following functions: · The primary function of this role is Instrument Repair Technician. In this role, you are to represent Eckroth Music by assisting customers in the store, at offsite events, and on the phone with their instrument repair needs in a knowledgeable, accurate, efficient, and timely manner. · Carry out the policies regarding the functions of all repair shop, store, and company record keeping. · Maintain a neat, orderly, clean, and appropriately equipped and functional workstation. · Oversee the stocking, cleaning, and organization of the repair shop according to standards established for cleanliness and organization. · Repairs include rental stock and inspection of newly arrived inventory. · Have at least 5 years of acquired knowledge through experience. The ideal candidate needs to exemplify the Eckroth Music Core Values: · Excellence: Those we Serve Deserve Our Best · Passionate: Inspiring People to Play Music · Dedicated: Committed to Our Customers and Each Other Since 1972 · Knowledgeable: Constantly Curious and Always Learning · Team Over Self: Achieving More Together Interested candidates should apply on the company website https://www.eckroth.com/t-employment.aspx

Positions at The Guitar Center Company 02.05.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

 

List of stores currently seeking a Repair Tech. These positions are all full time, but part time can be available upon request.

   

The Guitar Center Company    

5795 Lindero Canyon Rd. Westlake Village, CA 91362  

Cell: (971) 600-4604 

Location State Open Positions
Hollywood CA 2
Glendora CA 1
San Bernardino CA 1
South Bay CA 1
Brea CA 1
Rancho Cucamonga CA 1
Pasadena CA 1
San Mateo CA 1
San Jose CA 1
Roseville CA 1
Clackamas OR 1
Beaverton OR 1
Des Moines IA 1
Davenport IA 1
Cedar Rapids IA 1
Saginaw MI 1
Lansing MI 2
Highland Park IL 1
Maple Grove MN 1
Salt Lake City UT 1
Austin TX 1
Tyler TX 1
Lewisville TX 1
Overland Park KS 1
Willowbrook TX 1
Katy TX 2
Manchester CT 1
Boston MA 1
Danvers MA 1
Berklee MA 1
Toledo OH 2
Indianapolis IN 1
Nashville TN 1
Columbia SC 2
Montgomery AL 1
Hallandale FL 1
South Miami FL 1
Union Square NY 1
Springfield NY 1
E. Brunswick NJ 1
Totowa NJ 1
Midlothian VA 1


Band Instrument Repair 02.02.21

(Musical Instrument Repair Careers) Permanent link

Company: Mynett Music - A Sweetwater Company
Contact Name: Jen Lock
Contact Email: jen_lock@sweetwater.com
Address: 3710 Hobson Rd
       Fort Wayne, IN 46815
Phone: 2604825533
Fax:
Web Site: mynettmusic.com

Position Information

Job Status: Full-Time
Focus: Combination
Guitar/violin maintenance involved? No
Senior technician assigned to acclimate/assist the new hire? Yes
Calling on schools: No
Answering phones: Yes
Counter interaction : Yes
Sales: No
Other Duties:

Miscellaneous Information

Band Instrument Repair Technician - Mynett Music (A Sweetwater Company) Sweetwater, the nation’s #1 online retailer of pro audio equipment and music instruments is seeking to hire a Band Instrument Repair Technician. In this role, a Band Instrument Repair Technician will repair musical instruments in a timely manner so that the instrument is returned to the customer as expected. A tech can specialize in one type of instrument, or work on multiple types. An instrument repair technician's job is to repair musical instruments in a timely and proficient manner so that the instrument is returned to the customer in good playing order. A tech can specialize in one type of instrument, or work on multiple types. Responsibilities: • Clean and repair of at least one type instrument -- brass, woodwind, orchestral or percussion • Provide estimates for repair of instruments • Work on a timetable to ensure that work is completed within estimated cost/time. • Work on customer owned and retail instruments from the student level to professional instruments • Perform work at the shops hourly rate, and work must be of excellent quality • Other duties as assigned, such as assisting at repair clinics, working on new for sale product or school events. Requirements & Qualifications: • Ability to work under pressure while maintaining patience and a positive attitude • Adept at multi-tasking and time management • Standing, sitting, walking • Lifting, pushing and pulling of instruments and cases up to 75 pounds • Mild cleaning chemical smell • Apprenticeship or a diploma for an accredited repair school • At least 6 years' experience in working on musical instruments on a daily basis preferred This is a full-time position that would require working on-site at our headquarters in Fort Wayne, IN. The schedule for this role could vary including evenings, weekends and holidays. Interested candidates, please apply below and send your resume and supplemental information to jen_lock@sweetwater.com Please apply at this link: https://www.sweetwater.com/careers/opening/463


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