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(CLOSES 3-18-2024) American Conservation Experience: Seeds of Success Crew Members

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

American Conservation Experience

Contact Person

Anna-Louise Calliham

Phone

(828)222-0982

Email

acalliham@usaconservation.org

Website Address

https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/1077474

Location

Wenatchee, WA

Base Pay

$600/week

Job Closing Date

03-18-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Seeds of Success Crew Members

Job Description/Qualification

American Conservation Experience, a nonprofit Conservation Corps, in partnership with Bureau of Land Management, is seeking Three Crew Members to contribute to the Seeds of Success project alongside Bureau of Land Management Wenatchee Field Office Staff.

For more information about ACE, please visit: www.usaconservation.org.

Start Date: 5/27/2024 (contingent on passing a Government Background Check)

Estimated End Date: 9/20/2024

*a 17-week minimum commitment is required *

Location Details/Description: Central Washington state is the home of the Wenatchee Field Office, part of the Spokane District. The office is responsible for BLM lands ranging from the Canadian border to the north, to the Oregon state line to the South. Some work, no more than 30%, may occur out of the Border Field Office in Spokane, WA. The Spokane District manages nearly 450,000 acres of public lands across the state of Washington. Botanically, plant communities range from extensive shrub-steppe habitats to dry forests and even coastal headlands in the San Juan Islands National Monument.

For more information about Wenatchee Field Office, please visit https://www.blm.gov/office/wenatchee-field-office

For more information about Moses Coulee & Beezley Hills Preserves, please visit https://www.nature.org/en-us/get-involved/how-to-help/places-we-protect/moses-coulee/?tab_q=tab_container-tab_element

For more information about the BLM Seeds of Success program: https://www.blm.gov/programs/natural-resources/native-plant-communities/native-plant-and-seed-material-development/collection

Schedule: Generally, Monday – Thursday, 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM.

Position Benefits

Living Allowance: The ACE Member is expected to contribute ~40 hours/week and will receive a living allowance of $600/week to offset the costs of food and incidental expenses, dispersed bi-weekly. The living allowance is a fixed rate determined by the Bureau of Land Management and ACE and is not flexible.

Public Land Corps Hiring Authority: Members serving under this agreement may be eligible for a federal hiring authority upon completion of their term of service. PLC projects also include specific eligibility requirements such as age and citizenship. Please contact ACE staff with questions about eligibility, or view general information online https://www.usaconservation.org/epic/#eligibility-requirements.

Housing: ACE members will be accommodated in The Nature Conservancy provided housing at no cost for the duration of the term. ACE members will be in a shared housing field station owned by The Nature Conservancy. Single rooms are available, though members will need to be flexible as occasional additional groups may arrive, necessitating temporarily sharing a double room. The field station is located approximately 30 minutes from a gas station & grocery store, and 1 hour to the closest hospital in Wenatchee.

Relocation Assistance: ACE members will have access to up to $500 to be used for eligible relocation expenses. Further details regarding distribution of these funds will be provided during the interview process.

Provided Training/Orientation: ACE members will receive position specific training and an orientation outlining ACE policies and procedures, clear guidance on prohibited activities, and networks for support. Specific training may include Defensive Driving, First Aid, and Equal Employment Opportunity training. Additionally, program specific training such as GIS, herbarium management, seed collection, and quantitative plant monitoring may be provided at no cost. A virtual Seeds of Success training will be required.

Physical Demands, Work Environment and Working Conditions:

Physical Demands: Requires frequent sitting, standing, walking, hiking, carrying, using hands to handle or feel, reaching with hands and arms, talking and hearing. Required to stoop, kneel, climb stairs, and/or crouch. Ability to hike over rough terrain, and camp overnight under field conditions.
Vision Requirements: Requires close, distance, peripheral and depth perception vision as well as the ability to focus.
Weight Lifted or Force Exerted: Frequently moves up to 30 lbs., ability to move up to 45 pounds.
Environmental: Outdoor and indoor conditions. Work environment conditions can change frequently; working under adverse weather conditions and in various climates. The members may occasionally need to safely handle pruners, clippers, and shovels.
Noise Environment: Moderate to high noise such gas-powered chainsaws and other hand and power tools.
Travel: This position may require domestic travel.
Environmental Conditions/Hazards: The ACE member(s) may encounter environmental conditions/hazards including extreme heat or cold, rocky terrain, swamp or wetland conditions, biting insects, and potentially dangerous wildlife. The member is expected to conduct duties in a safe and orderly manner so as not to endanger self, fellow staff/members or resources.

Vehicle and Equipment Use/Safety: If a vehicle is required for the accomplishment of the duties, one will be provided by the Bureau of Land Management or ACE. Any tools required for the accomplishment of the duties will be provided by the Bureau of Land Management. Use of personal protective equipment (PPE), typically provided by the Bureau of Land Management, will be mandatory for any activity that requires it. Strict adherence to Bureau of Land Management and ACE equipment training, certification and safety protocols is required.

To Apply: Please submit your resume, a cover letter demonstrating your interest and experience, and contact information for three professional/academic references to the online application page for this position here: https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/. Early consideration will be given as applications are received. This position may close at any time. If you have any questions regarding this position please feel free to contact BLMFS Member Manager, Anna-Louise Calliham at acalliham@usaconservation.org.

EEO: Employment with ACE is based upon ability, qualifications, attitude, and job-related factors. Every qualified employee or applicant has the same opportunity for recruitment, hire, training, transfer, promotion, compensation, demotion, termination, benefits, employee activities, and general treatment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, gender, national origin, pregnancy, ancestry, citizenship status, genetic information (including of a family member), veteran or military status, age, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, medical condition, marital or parental status, political affiliation, ethnicity, hair texture or style, arrest record, caste, hereditary status, endogamy, or any other classification protected by applicable local, state, or federal law.

Responsibilities

Much of the work will be accomplished in remote locations on rugged terrain that require a 4×4 truck to access, it may take 1-4 hours of driving to reach a work site. Seed collection would involve following the BLM Seeds of Success protocol. Seeds of Success (SOS) is the national native seed collection program, led by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in partnership with a variety of federal agencies and non-federal organizations. SOS’s mission is to collect wildland native seed for research, development, germplasm conservation, and ecosystem restoration.

Duties:

Learn and implement seeds of success seed collection method
Identify target plant species with training
GIS: identifying collection sites
Data collection using digital tablet and GPS
Hiking in remote locations
Collaboratively work in a team setting
Assist crew lead in maintaining and reporting any issues of equipment including data collection tablet and laptop computer
This individual placement is meant to facilitate professional development and promotes exposure to land management agencies and networking with professionals. This could include gaining experience in different conservation fields and shadowing different work groups.

Basic Requirements

Members must be a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident, as required by U.S. government contracts
Willing and able to represent ACE and the partner organization in a professional, positive, and enthusiastic manner.
Ability to be both self-directed/work alone, and be a positive, contributing member of a group.
A valid driver’s license and an insurable driving record (documentation to be provided upon request).
Willing to undergo and must pass the required two-part criminal history check.
Ability to perform the essential duties of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
ACE Members will need to complete bi-weekly timesheets, beginning of term feedback forms, end of term evaluations and for longer terms, a mid-term evaluation.
Member may not participate in any prohibited activities as listed in the Member Service Agreement.
To learn more about eligibility requirements, please visit our website https://www.usaconservation.org/epic/#eligibility-requirements.

Preferred Requirements

Competitive applicants for this position can hold or be pursuing a minimum of a undergraduate degree in biology, ecology, environmental sciences, botany or similar studies and/or have relevant experience in subject areas such as plant identification.
All candidates are encouraged to apply, though local candidates will be strongly considered.
Knowledge of using GPS or maps and compass for navigation in remote areas.
Ability and willingness to work on problem solving in a small group setting.
Deep interest in learning botanical identification skills.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

On the website https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/1077474

Is this student only posting?

Public

(CLOSES 3-18-2024) American Conservation Experience: Seeds of Success Crew Lead

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

American Conservation Experience

Contact Person

Anna-Louise Calliham

Phone

(828)222-0982

Email

acalliham@usaconservation.org

Website Address

https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/1077468

Location

Wenatchee, WA

Base Pay

$800/week

Job Closing Date

03-18-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Seeds of Success Crew Lead

Job Description/Qualification

American Conservation Experience, a nonprofit Conservation Corps, in partnership with Bureau of Land Management, is seeking One Crew Lead to contribute to the Seeds of Success project alongside Bureau of Land Management Wenatchee Field Office Staff.

For more information about ACE, please visit: www.usaconservation.org.

Start Date: 5/06/2024 (contingent on passing a Government Background Check)

Estimated End Date: 01/31/2025

*a 39-week minimum commitment is required *

Location Details/Description:

Central Washington state is the home of the Wenatchee Field Office, part of the Spokane District. The office is responsible for BLM lands ranging from the Canadian border to the north, to the Oregon state line to the South. Some work, no more than 30%, may occur out of the Border Field Office in Spokane, WA. The Spokane District manages nearly 450,000 acres of public lands across the state of Washington. Botanically, plant communities range from extensive shrub-steppe habitats to dry forests and even coastal headlands in the San Juan Islands National Monument.

For more information about Wenatchee Field Office, please visit https://www.blm.gov/office/wenatchee-field-office

For more information about Moses Coulee & Beezley Hills Preserves, please visit https://www.nature.org/en-us/get-involved/how-to-help/places-we-protect/moses-coulee/?tab_q=tab_container-tab_element

For more information about the BLM Seeds of Success program: https://www.blm.gov/programs/natural-resources/native-plant-communities/native-plant-and-seed-material-development/collection

Schedule: Generally, Monday-Thursday, 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM.

Position Benefits

Living Allowance: The ACE Member is expected to contribute ~40 hours/week and will receive a living allowance of $800/week to offset the costs of food and incidental expenses, dispersed bi-weekly. The living allowance is a fixed rate determined by the Bureau of Land Management and ACE and is not flexible.

Public Land Corps Hiring Authority: Members serving under this agreement may be eligible for a federal hiring authority upon completion of their term of service. PLC projects also include specific eligibility requirements such as age and citizenship. Please contact ACE staff with questions about eligibility, or view general information online https://www.usaconservation.org/epic/#eligibility-requirements.

Housing: ACE members will be accommodated in The Nature Conservancy provided housing at no cost for the field season duration of the term. For the remainder of the term the member is responsible for finding housing in the Wenatchee area.

Housing Assistance: ACE Members will be eligible for reimbursable housing assistance up to $125 per week during the office season. The ACE Member will only be reimbursed for approved and demonstrated housing expenses.

Relocation Assistance: ACE members will have access to up to $500.00 to be used for eligible relocation expenses. Further details regarding distribution of these funds will be provided during the interview process.

Provided Training/Orientation: ACE members will receive position specific training and an orientation outlining ACE policies and procedures, clear guidance on prohibited activities, and networks for support. Specific training may include Defensive Driving, First Aid, and Equal Employment Opportunity training. Additionally, program specific training such as GIS, herbarium management, seed collection, and quantitative plant monitoring may be provided at no cost. A virtual Seeds of Success training will be required.

Physical Demands, Work Environment and Working Conditions:

Physical Demands: Requires frequent sitting, standing, walking, hiking, carrying, using hands to handle or feel, reaching with hands and arms, talking and hearing. Required to stoop, kneel, climb stairs, and/or crouch. Ability to hike over rough terrain, and camp overnight under field conditions.
Vision Requirements: Requires close, distance, peripheral and depth perception vision as well as the ability to focus.
Weight Lifted or Force Exerted: Frequently moves up to 30 lbs., ability to move up to 45 pounds.
Environmental: Outdoor and indoor conditions. Work environment conditions can change frequently; working under adverse weather conditions and in various climates. The members may occasionally need to safely handle pruners, clippers, and shovels.
Noise Environment: Moderate to high noise such gas-powered chainsaws and other hand and power tools.
Travel: This position may require domestic travel.
Environmental Conditions/Hazards: The ACE member(s) may encounter environmental conditions/hazards including extreme heat or cold, rocky terrain, swamp or wetland conditions, biting insects, and potentially dangerous wildlife. The member is expected to conduct duties in a safe and orderly manner so as not to endanger self, fellow staff/members or resources.

Vehicle and Equipment Use/Safety: If a vehicle is required for the accomplishment of the duties, one will be provided by the Bureau of Land Management or ACE. Any tools required for the accomplishment of the duties will be provided by the Bureau of Land Management. Use of personal protective equipment (PPE), typically provided by the Bureau of Land Management, will be mandatory for any activity that requires it. Strict adherence to Bureau of Land Management and ACE equipment training, certification and safety protocols is required.

To Apply: Please submit your resume, a cover letter demonstrating your interest and experience, and contact information for three professional/academic references to the online application page for this position here: https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/. Early consideration will be given as applications are received. This position may close at any time. If you have any questions regarding this position please feel free to contact BLMFS Member Manager, Anna-Louise Calliham at acalliham@usaconservation.org.

EEO: Employment with ACE is based upon ability, qualifications, attitude, and job-related factors. Every qualified employee or applicant has the same opportunity for recruitment, hire, training, transfer, promotion, compensation, demotion, termination, benefits, employee activities, and general treatment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, gender, national origin, pregnancy, ancestry, citizenship status, genetic information (including of a family member), veteran or military status, age, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, medical condition, marital or parental status, political affiliation, ethnicity, hair texture or style, arrest record, caste, hereditary status, endogamy, or any other classification protected by applicable local, state, or federal law.

Responsibilities

Much of the work will be accomplished in remote locations on rugged terrain that require a 4×4 truck to access, it may take 1-4 hours of driving to reach a work site. Seed collection would involve following the BLM Seeds of Success protocol. Seeds of Success (SOS) is the national native seed collection program, led by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) in partnership with a variety of federal agencies and non-federal organizations. SOS’s mission is to collect wildland native seed for research, development, germplasm conservation, and ecosystem restoration.

Duties:

Learn and implement seeds of success seed collection method
Identify target plant species with training
GIS: identifying collection sites
Data collection using digital tablet and GPS
Hiking in remote locations
Lead crew in seed collection protocol
Guide the planning of weekly field schedule
Ensuring the crew has all of the gear and materials needed
Schedule crew visits to the Wenatchee Field Office
Provide an emotionally and physically safe environment for crew
Assist with tool and equipment logistics and maintenance
Regularly communicating with field office staff
Lead in assisting with trail and site maintenance
This individual placement is meant to facilitate professional development and promotes exposure to land management agencies and networking with professionals. This could include gaining experience in different conservation fields and shadowing different work groups.

Basic Requirements

Members must be a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident, as required by U.S. government contracts
Willing and able to represent ACE and the partner organization in a professional, positive, and enthusiastic manner.
Ability to be both self-directed/work alone, and be a positive, contributing member of a group.
A valid driver’s license and an insurable driving record (documentation to be provided upon request).
Willing to undergo and must pass the required two-part criminal history check.
Ability to perform the essential duties of the position with or without reasonable accommodation.
ACE Members will need to complete bi-weekly timesheets, beginning of term feedback forms, end of term evaluations and for longer terms, a mid-term evaluation.
Member may not participate in any prohibited activities as listed in the Member Service Agreement.
To learn more about eligibility requirements, please visit our website https://www.usaconservation.org/epic/#eligibility-requirements.

Preferred Requirements

Competitive applicants for this position can hold a minimum of an undergraduate degree in biology, ecology, environmental sciences, botany or similar studies and/or have relevant experience in subject areas such as plant identification.
All candidates are encouraged to apply, though local candidates will be strongly considered.
Knowledge of using GPS or maps and compass for navigation in remote areas.
Ability and willingness to work on problem solving in a small group setting.
Deep interest in learning botanical identification skills.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Apply on https://usaconservation.applicantpool.com/jobs/1077468

Is this student only posting?

Public

(CLOSES 5-1-2024) POOLCORP: Operations Management Intern

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

POOLCORP & 363926337

Contact Person

Dakotah Eason

Phone

(985)243-5210

Email

dakotah.eason@poolcorp.com

Website Address

https://www.poolcorp.com/

Location

Seattle

Base Pay

16.28/hour

Job Closing Date

05-01-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Operations Management Intern

Job Description/Qualification

The Operations Management Internship Program is designed to orient the intern to the various positions at our sales center locations with an emphasis on operations and warehousing. Interns follow a progressive 12 week plan mentored by the Sales Center Manager and Operations Manager. We offer paid internships all year around and can accommodate your busy schedule.

Responsibilities

Receive hands-on training and perform duties in every area of the distribution center including Operations, Management, and Purchasing.
Observe experienced employees to acquire knowledge of methods, procedures, and standards of performance for a successful sales center.
Shadow contractors/builders, service/maintenance, and retail store customers to learn aspects of the swimming pool, irrigation and landscaping businesses.
Learn inventory procedures with the use of a Radio Frequency gun.
Assist in receiving and storing products.
Assist in pulling orders from the warehouse and transfers items between sales center locations.
Perform cycle counts in the warehouse and compare numbers to inventory software to ensure accuracy.
Look up parts and products in POOLCORP and manufacturer’s catalogs and learn how to order products from manufacturers.
Learn Prelude inventory system/ADS shortcuts and screens.
Assist with accounts receivable and accounts payable duties. Prepares and mails daily invoices and files pertinent paperwork in the correct files.
Review the P&L with the sales center manager.
Learn to identify and acknowledge customers’ needs. Follow up with customers on the status of their orders.
Learn what is required to provide excellent customer service to assist in serving customers at the sales counter.
Become familiar with the B2B website our customers use to order their products.
Complete online training to learn about POOLCORP, the pool industry, pool products, landscaping/irrigation and customer service fundamentals.
Attend conference calls with Recruiters, MIT Program Manager and other Interns.
Complete operations project(s) by the end of the internship.
Other job duties and special operations projects as assigned.

Basic Requirements

Junior or Senior standing in a business related curriculum with a solid academic performance record. Preferred curriculums include: Industrial Distribution, Supply Chain Management, Operations and Logistics, and Business Administration.
Involvement in distribution or supply chain internships, organizations/clubs, volunteer work/community service, athletics or military leadership.
Ability to relocate to designated training branch and provide own transportation daily (housing assistance provided if relocated).
Desire and ability to work in a distribution setting and learn all aspects of managing a distribution center.
Demonstrate strong leadership and possess a customer service driven attitude along with a competitive spirit.
Ability to speak effectively to customers, employees and all levels of management.
Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Internet Software and the ability to learn Prelude inventory system.
Ability to maneuver heavy machinery, such as pallet jacks, forklifts, etc. and lift products up to 75 pounds.
Forklift and RF gun experience helpful.

Preferred Requirements

Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Email resume to dakotah.eason@poolcorp.com

Is this student only posting?

Student Only

(CLOSES 5-1-2024) POOLCORP: Distribution Sales Intern

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

POOLCORP & 363926337

Contact Person

Dakotah Eason

Phone

(985)243-5210

Email

dakotah.eason@poolcorp.com

Website Address

https://www.poolcorp.com/

Location

Seattle

Base Pay

16.28/hour

Job Closing Date

05-01-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Distribution Sales Intern

Job Description/Qualification

The Distribution Sales Internship Program is designed to orient the intern to the various positions at our sales center locations with an emphasis on outside sales and customer relationships. Interns are also exposed to operations, inventory management, inside sales and much more to comprehend how each area supports sales. Interns follow a progressive 12-week plan mentored by the Sales Center Manager and Business Development Representative. We offer paid internships all year around and can accommodate your busy schedule.

Responsibilities

Receive hands-on sales training by traveling with our Business Development Representative(s) and participating in sales and service calls.
Shadow contractors/builders, service/maintenance, and retail store customers to learn their aspect of the swimming pool, irrigation and landscaping business.
Learn how to create extra value and establish and maintain solid customer relationships.
Learn to identify customers’ needs and develop solutions to help them increase their profits.
Complete online training to learn about POOLCORP, the pool industry, pool products, landscaping/irrigation and customer service fundamentals.
Become familiar with the B2B website customers use to order their products and learn how to follow up on the status of their orders.
Review the P&L with the sales center manager.
Learn about our CRM and Prelude inventory systems.
Learn inventory procedures with the use of a Radio Frequency gun.
Attend conference calls with Recruiters, MIT Programs Manager and other Interns.
Complete sales project(s) by the end of the 12-week internship.
Other job duties and special sales projects as assigned.

Basic Requirements

Junior or Senior standing in a business-related curriculum with a solid academic performance record. Preferred curriculums include Marketing, Professional Selling, Management, Business Administration.
Involvement in sales internships, organizations/clubs, volunteer work/community service, athletics or military leadership.
Ability to relocate to designated training branch and provide own transportation daily (housing assistance provided if relocated).
Desire and ability to work in a distribution setting and learn all aspects of a distribution center.
Demonstrates strong leadership and possesses a customer service driven attitude along with a competitive spirit.
Ability to speak effectively to customers, employees and all levels of management.
Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Internet Software and the ability to learn CRM and Prelude inventory systems.
Ability to occasionally maneuver heavy machinery, such as pallet jacks, forklifts, etc. and lift products up to 75 pounds.
Forklift and RF gun experience helpful.

Preferred Requirements

Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Email resume to dakotah.eason@poolcorp.com

Is this student only posting?

Student Only

(CLOSES 5-1-2024) POOLCORP: Operations Management Trainee

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

POOLCORP & 363926337

Contact Person

Dakotah Eason

Phone

(985)243-5210

Email

dakotah.eason@poolcorp.com

Website Address

https://www.poolcorp.com/

Location

Seattle

Base Pay

55000.00

Job Closing Date

05-01-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Operations Management Trainee

Job Description/Qualification

The Management in Training – Operations (MIT) Program is an entry-level, hands-on training program based in our distribution warehouse. It is great for individuals seeking an introductory role that will lead to a long-term career in operations management.

You will receive 6 months of guidance, support and resources to learn about the swimming pool supply, irrigation and landscape distribution industry. Upon completion of the program, program graduates are eligible to apply for Operations Supervisor or Operations Manager roles that are available nationwide.

Willingness to relocate at the end of training is a requirement, at company expense!

You want Benefits? You’ve got it! Check them out here https://www.poolcorp.com/careers/compensation-benefits/

Responsibilities

Receive hands-on training and perform duties in every area of the day-to-day operations of a distribution center including Operations, Management, and Purchasing.
Shadow contractors/builders, service/maintenance, and retail store customers to learn their aspect of the swimming pool, irrigation and landscaping business.
Participate in classroom training sessions (lecture, role play and computer lab) at the state-of-the-art EDGEucation Center in Plano, Texas. Topics to include operations, financials, leadership, human capital management and operating systems.
Give comprehensive presentation to senior level management for completion of the Operations MIT program at the end of the 6- month program.
Other job duties and special operations projects as assigned.

Basic Requirements

Bachelor’s degree or Associate’s degree in Industrial Distribution, Supply Chain Management, Management, Operations or other related discipline with a minimum of 2.5 GPA.
Work experience in a leadership and/or problem-solving role. Distribution industry experience a plus.
Desire and ability to work in a distribution warehouse environment.
Results driven, self-starter with the ability to lead and develop a team with rapidly changing priorities. Strong leadership skills are a must!
Possess and demonstrate a motivated, passionate, customer service driven attitude.
Willingness and ability to relocate during and after the program (at company expense) for career development opportunities.
Ability to travel 25% of the time.
Ability to maneuver heavy machinery, such as pallet jacks, forklifts, etc. and lift products up to 75 pounds.

Preferred Requirements

Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite with ability to learn inventory system and additional software.
In lieu of work experience will consider involvement in distribution or supply chain internships, organizations/clubs, volunteer work/community service, athletics or military leadership.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Email resume dakotah.eason@poolcorp.com

Is this student only posting?

Student Only

(CLOSES 5-6-2024) POOLCORP: Distribution Sales Trainee

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

POOLCORP & 363926337

Contact Person

Dakotah Eason

Phone

(985)243-5210

Email

dakotah.eason@poolcorp.com

Website Address

https://www.poolcorp.com/

Location

Seattle

Base Pay

55000.00

Job Closing Date

05-06-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Distribution Sales Trainee

Job Description/Qualification

The Management in Training – Sales (MIT) Program is an entry-level, hands-on training program based in our distribution warehouse. It is great for individuals seeking an introductory role that will lead to a long-term career in distribution B2B sales.

You will receive 6 months of guidance, support and resources to learn about the swimming pool supply, irrigation and landscape distribution industry. Upon the program’s completion, graduates can apply for Business Development Rep roles available nationwide.

Willingness to relocate at the end of training is a requirement , at company expense!

You want Benefits? You’ve got it! Check them out here https://www.poolcorp.com/careers/compensation-benefits/

Responsibilities

Receive hands-on sales training by traveling with our outside sales representatives and participating in sales and service calls.
Shadow contractors/builders, service/maintenance, and retail store customers to learn their aspect of the swimming pool, irrigation and landscaping business.
Participate in classroom training sessions (lecture, role play and computer lab) at the state-of-the-art EDGEucation Center in Plano, Texas. Topics to include sales, financials, human capital management and operating systems.
Give a comprehensive presentation to senior level management for completion of the Sales MIT program at the end of the 6-month program.
Other job duties and special sales projects as assigned.

Basic Requirements

Bachelor’s degree or Associate’s degree in Management, Selling & Sales Management, Marketing or other related discipline with a minimum of 2.5 GPA.
At least 6 months of work experience in sales and/or customer service. Distribution industry experience a plus.
Ability to learn quickly and adapt to change, uncertainty and rejection.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office suite with ability to learn AMP CRM and inventory systems.
Possesses and demonstrates strong customer service skills.
Hold a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record; no drug or alcohol related convictions on driving record in the past 3 years.
Ability to relocate during and after the program (at company expense) for career development opportunities.
Ability to occasionally maneuver heavy machinery, such as pallet jacks, forklifts, etc. and lift products up to 75 pounds.

Preferred Requirements

Bilingual (English/Spanish) a plus.
In lieu of work experience will consider involvement in sales internships, organizations/clubs, volunteer work/community service, athletics or military leadership.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Email resume to dakotah.eason@poolcorp.com.

Is this student only posting?

Student Only

(CLOSES 3-19-2024) Sabey Data Centers: Operations Center Technician

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Sabey Data Centers

Contact Person

Marcie Glenn

Phone

(206)241-8906

Email

jobs@anothersource.com

Location

Quincy, Washington

Base Pay

46,394

Job Closing Date

03-19-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Operations Center Technician at Sabey Data Centers

Job Description/Qualification

Another Source’s client, Sabey Data Centers, is recruiting an Operations Center Technician to join their Quincy, WA team as they expand their successful data center campus.   

Shift Information:   

This role will work a night shift every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, and every other Wednesday from 8pm – 8am. Training will be Monday – Friday from 8am – 4pm for two weeks.    

  

Who is Sabey?  

Sabey Data Centers is a leader in providing colocation, powered shell, and build-to-suit data centers. Their world-class data centers have been consistently recognized for operational excellence and record of sustained uptime. With more than 20 years of industry’s experience and three million square feet of mission critical space, they are the largest privately-owned multi-tenant data center owner/operator in the USA and are proud to provide data center services to many of the world’s top financial, technology, media, and healthcare companies.  

  

The importance this role has in our organization:  

The Operations Center Technician will be responsible for customer and data center operations support. This role operates in a 24/7 environment which requires flexibility to work any shift. The Operations Center Technician provides customer remote hands support as requested, with timely communication. This position also provides back-up to the dedicated Sabey Operations Centers, located on the east and west coast.   

Responsibilities

Your contribution will likely be:  

Perform remote hands services as requested by customers and provide timely customer communication  
Lead and document customer requests  
Provide customer reports as requested  
Uses monitoring applications in conjunction with ticketing systems to support customers and data center operations teams. Responsive interaction with operations teams for customer notifications.  
Continual observation and monitoring of data center systems.  
Conduct triage and provide Level 1 support for trouble calls.  
Monitor maintenance activities and provide notifications.  
Provide support for a variety of projects within the data center.  
Develop and maintain operational process and procedures.  
Follow detailed processes and procedures and suggest changes and improvements.  

Basic Requirements

Experience you will bring to the team:  

High School Diploma or GED  
Some background in Information Technology (IT)  
Ability to work with technology and operate a computer; proficiency with the Microsoft Suite  
Ability to learn other software and systems, including customer relationship management software.  

  

The anticipated annual salary range for this position is based on an hourly rate, equivalate to $46,394 – $56,832. 

  

Sabey’s investment in YOU:   

Sabey is building an enduring next-generation company that inspires and values team-member greatness, which is achieved through intentional and strategic focus on optimizing the strengths of individuals and the collective organization. SabeyLife is a comprehensive portfolio of offerings focused on optimizing our holistic well-being, ensuring that we have the resources we need to pursue purpose and meaning in every area of our lives. SabeyLife is who we are as a team. We want each team member to be the best they can be – not just at work, but also for their friends, families and the communities they serve.  

  

SabeyLife programs include:  

Health and Wellness Program  
Thought Patterns for High Performance  
Everything DiSC  
Built to Last  

  

To learn more about Sabey, take a look:  

https://sabeydatacenters.com  

https://www.linkedin.com/company/sabeydatacenters/  

https://twitter.com/sabey  

  

EEO Policy Statement: Sabey Corporation and its subsidiaries, including Sabey Data Centers and Sabey Construction, are equal opportunity employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status such as age, race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religion, or national origin.  

  

If you need further assistance and/or accommodation to apply, please contact the Sabey Human Resources Department at (206) 277-5247 or by email at maxsch@sabey.com.  

  

Another Source works with their clients, on a retained project basis. We committed to building inclusive candidate pools as we partner with hiring teams. Veterans, women, people of color, LGBTQIA+, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. As you read through the job posting and review the list of qualifications (required and/or preferred), please do not self-select out if you feel you do not meet every qualification. No one is 100% qualified. We encourage you to apply and share your story with us. 

Preferred Requirements

N/A

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Please submit applications using the following link: https://careers2-anothersource.icims.com/jobs/101537/operations-center-technician-at-sabey-data-centers/job?mode=job&iis=SOURCE&iisn=BigBendCC

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(CLOSES 8-24-2024) Corporate Air Center: A&P Avionics Tech

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Corporate Air Center

Contact Person

Tim Lewis

Phone

(360)941-2777

Email

tlewis788@gmail.com

Website Address

www.corporateaircenter.com

Location

Skagit County (KBVS)

Base Pay

$55,000.00

Job Closing Date

08-31-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

A & P, Avionics Tech

Job Description/Qualification

Look for both A & P mechanics and Avionics Techs

Responsibilities

Duties of A & P under supervision of I/A’s for all aspects related to maintenance and avionics on General Aviation aircraft from small piston to mid-size jets.

Basic Requirements

A & P Licence

Preferred Requirements

Some experience

How would you like the applicant to apply?

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(CLOSES 3-29-204) Lamb Weston: Specialist Refrigeration

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Lamb Weston

Contact Person

Cindy Harrison

Phone

(702)806-6835

Email

cindy.harrison@lambweston.com

Website Address

811 W Gum St, Connell, WA 99326

Location

Connell

Base Pay

$22.00

Job Closing Date

03-29-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Phone

Job Title

Specialist Refrigeration

Job Description/Qualification

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

The following list of qualifications is not intended to be complete but should serve to guide candidates interested in considering bidding for the position.

  • Ability to acquire a HazWoper Safety certification.
  • Ability to recognize and mitigate risk to achieve safe outcomes.
  • HVAC or Industrial Refrigeration Certification (Preferred)
  • Welding certifications (Preferred)
  • Able to perform structurally sound welds in all four positions and acceptable cutting.
  • Strong maintenance and fabricating skills.
  • Knowledge and use of PDM tools such as alignment tools.
  • Advanced knowledge of equipment typical to boiler and refrigeration operations.
  • Attention to detail and pride in workmanship.
  • Ability to stay self-motivated and manage workload to meet deadlines.
  • Available to work any shift and/or all days of the week in accordance with operational needs.

QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

High School diploma or general education degree (GED) is required.

Trade School Certification or Military training related to Boiler and Refrigeration operation preferred.

Mechanical aptitude and experience in industrial maintenance is preferred.

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety documents and processes, operating and maintenance instructions or work orders, technical and procedural manuals.

Ability to write routine reports and correspondences.

Ability to communicate effectively with peers and Team Leaders.

Demonstrate strong problem-solving skills.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS

Must be proficient in basic mathematical calculations addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and fractions.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a team member to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the team member is regularly required to sit; use hands and fingers, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The team member frequently is required to stand; walk; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The team member is occasionally required to talk or hear and taste or smell.

The team member must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those a team member encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the team member frequently works near moving mechanical parts and in outside weather conditions and is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions. The team member occasionally works in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, hazardous or caustic chemicals, extreme cold, extreme heat, risk of electrical shock, and vibration. The noise level around equipment is usually loud. Hearing protection is required and provided by the company.

Responsibilities

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The essential duties and responsibilities of this position include the following: Other duties may be assigned.

Routine Boiler/ Refrigeration Duties

Able to perform maintenance tasks such as repairs, rebuilds, welding, and service to manufacturers specifications for boiler and refrigeration equipment and plant auxiliary support systems, advanced care and operational PM’s.

Able to Understand and Follow SOP’s (Standard Operating Procedures) Operator Guidelines

Must operate equipment within standard operating parameters and record equipment set point and readings as required. Must make operational adjustments to ensure equipment operates within standard operation parameters to always insure stable conditions.

Able to maintain and operate Plant Auxiliary support systems such as air and water treatment systems.

Able to update CMMS (computerized maintenance management system) with status and details of work order results daily.

Able to operate the systems with minimal supervision.

Able to respond in accordance with PSM (Process Safety Management) regulations to ammonia complaints and leaks.

Able to effectively operate assigned equipment covered under PSM covered processes (Process Safety Management).

Ability to acquire 24 HR HAZWOPER Ammonia Safety training.

Basic Requirements

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
· Ability to acquire a HazWoper Safety certification.

  • Ability to recognize and mitigate risk to achieve safe outcomes.
  • HVAC or Industrial Refrigeration Certification (Preferred)
  • Welding certifications (Preferred)
  • Able to perform structurally sound welds in all four positions and acceptable cutting.
  • Strong maintenance and fabricating skills.
  • Knowledge and use of PDM tools such as alignment tools.
  • Advanced knowledge of equipment typical to boiler and refrigeration operations.
  • Attention to detail and pride in workmanship.
  • Ability to stay self-motivated and manage workload to meet deadlines.
  • Available to work any shift and/or all days of the week in accordance with operational needs.

QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE

High School diploma or general education degree (GED) is required.

Trade School Certification or Military training related to Boiler and Refrigeration operation preferred.

Mechanical aptitude and experience in industrial maintenance is preferred.

LANGUAGE SKILLS

Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety documents and processes, operating and maintenance instructions or work orders, technical and procedural manuals.

Ability to write routine reports and correspondences.

Ability to communicate effectively with peers and Team Leaders.

Demonstrate strong problem-solving skills.

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS

Must be proficient in basic mathematical calculations addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and fractions.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by a team member to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the team member is regularly required to sit; use hands and fingers, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The team member frequently is required to stand; walk; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The team member is occasionally required to talk or hear and taste or smell.

The team member must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those a team member encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

While performing the duties of this job, the team member frequently works near moving mechanical parts and in outside weather conditions and is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions. The team member occasionally works in high, precarious places and is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, hazardous or caustic chemicals, extreme cold, extreme heat, risk of electrical shock, and vibration. The noise level around equipment is usually loud. Hearing protection is required and provided by the company.

Preferred Requirements

some expereince

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(CLOSES 4-1-2024) North Central ESD: Birth–3 Special Education Teacher

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

North Central ESD

Contact Person

Flor Lopez

Phone

(506)667-7110

Email

florl@ncesd.org

Website Address

https://www.ncesd.org/job/birth-3-special-education-teacher-temporary-leave-replacement-through-august-2024/

Location

Wenatchee WA

Base Pay

77,529.00

Job Closing Date

04-01-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Birth–3 Special Education Teacher (Temporary leave replacement through August 2024

Job Description/Qualification

This position is a rare opportunity to join an exciting team. This position is a temporary leave replacement through August 2024. The Birth–3 Special Education Teacher will be responsible for planning and implementing child development services for infants, toddlers and preschool age children in partnership and coordination with the site Direct Services Team and families, promoting positive relationships at all times. This individual will model appropriate communication skills, guidance techniques, and nurturing qualities and promote positive attachments between caregivers, children and families.

Responsibilities

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https://www.ncesd.org/job/birth-3-special-education-teacher-temporary-leave-replacement-through-august-2024/

Basic Requirements

See Full Job Description at:

https://www.ncesd.org/job/birth-3-special-education-teacher-temporary-leave-replacement-through-august-2024/

Preferred Requirements

See Full Job Description at:

https://www.ncesd.org/job/birth-3-special-education-teacher-temporary-leave-replacement-through-august-2024/

How would you like the applicant to apply?

See Full Job Description and Apply at:

https://www.ncesd.org/job/birth-3-special-education-teacher-temporary-leave-replacement-through-august-2024/

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(CLOSES 3-31-2024) North Central ESD: Instructional Worksite Coordinator

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

North Central ESD

Contact Person

Flor Lopez

Phone

(509)667-7110

Email

florl@ncesd.org

Website Address

https://www.ncesd.org/job/instructional-worksite-coordinator/

Location

Wenatchee WA

Base Pay

76,850.00

Job Closing Date

03-31-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Instructional Worksite Coordinator

Job Description/Qualification

The regional Educational Service District 171 (ESD 171) is seeking a dynamic team player interested in making an impact in the lives of district students and businesses as the Instructional Worksite Coordinator. This Coordinator will serve as a regional leader and point of connection engaging: educators, students, industry and community stakeholders to expand work-based learning for students, creating opportunities for students to have work-based internships, and support our 29 schools with their CTE pathway to meet the diverse needs of students. This position will provide services to Chelan, Douglas, Grant and Okanogan Counties.

Responsibilities

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https://www.ncesd.org/job/instructional-worksite-coordinator/

Basic Requirements

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https://www.ncesd.org/job/instructional-worksite-coordinator/

Preferred Requirements

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https://www.ncesd.org/job/instructional-worksite-coordinator/

How would you like the applicant to apply?

To Apply and see Full Job Description go to:

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(CLOSES 3-31-2024) Cub Crafters Group LLC: A&P Mechanic

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Cub Crafters Group LLC

Contact Person

Jill Hargraves

Phone

(509)367-5222

Email

jill.hargraves@cubcrafters.com

Website Address

www.cubcrafters.com

Location

Yakima

Base Pay

$22.00-$29.00

Job Closing Date

03-31-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

A&P MECHANIC

Job Description/Qualification

CubCrafters is a worldwide leader in the design and manufacture of light STOL capable general aviation aircraft, and a trusted provider of aviation maintenance services to the fleet of over a thousand aircraft manufactured or rebuilt in over 40 years of business.

Passion for aviation is at the core of our business and fuels our commitment to deliver best-of-class aviation products and services to our customers. Our services teams combine decades of experience with the best available new technology and a commitment to excellence in order to provide the best products and exceptional service to our customers.

JOB SUMMARY:

CubCrafters is expanding and has full time aircraft mechanic positions in our service and maintenance organizations. Staff in these positions inspect, maintain, and repair the structural, mechanical, and electronic systems of the aircraft we manufacture and service. Our mechanics are trained to use a wide variety of diagnostic devices, computers, hand and power tools to assess, fix, and assure the airworthiness of the aircraft we produce and maintain. We’re looking for responsible, motivated, and talented individuals at all experience levels to join our team of like-minded aviation maintenance professionals.

Aircraft mechanics in our maintenance organization will generally perform annual inspections, repair, upgrade, and rebuild existing aircraft for our customers.

CubCrafters also highly values the role our aircraft maintenance teams have in the improvement and development of the aircraft we manufacture by providing feedback to both our Engineering & Product Development team and our Customer Support team in a process of continually updating and improving the aircraft designed and manufactured by the company.

Responsibilities

  • Performs duties of a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Certificated Airframe & Powerplant (A&P)
    Technician on Certified, LSA, and E-AB light general aviation aircraft.
    • Performs periodic maintenance, 100-hour/annual inspections, repairs, rebuilds, and alterations on light
    single engine tube and fabric aircraft in accordance with FAA regulations and directives.
    • Diagnose deficiencies in aircraft airworthiness or performance via written or verbal communications.
    When necessary must be able to interact with pilots on a high level to develop an understanding of
    aircraft problems and/or discrepancies.
  • Start aircraft, conduct ground operational tests, taxi tests, and accompany pilots on maintenance
    operational flights to validate/diagnose operational issues that may not be readily apparent during
    ground operations.
    • Diagnose and solve malfunctions of aircraft systems and components by utilizing a wide variety of
    diagnostic equipment, studying layout drawings, blueprints, wiring diagrams and/or by analyzing
    operating characteristics of aircraft or its components.
    • Evaluate the possible effect of repairs and alterations on other structures, systems or prior alterations
    to ensure the aircraft is at least equal to its original or properly altered condition.
    • Rig and adjust aircraft and aircraft components to proper specifications including engines, engine
    systems, propellers, primary and secondary control systems.
    • Trace and correct electrical problems in various aircraft systems. Understand basic electrical circuitry
    and have a sound understanding of aircraft electrical systems and principals.
    • Must be familiar with Department of Transportation, FAA publications (Code of Federal Regulations Part
    14, Airworthiness Directives, Orders, Bulletins, Advisory Circulars, Forms, etc.) and be able to work within
    the confines and compliance of such oversight.
    • Understand and be able to apply the theory of Weight & Balance as it relates to light aircraft.
    • Be self-motivated, maintain clean and orderly work area, treat coworkers and customers with respect,
    and represent the company in a positive and professional manner.
    • Other duties and projects as assigned.

Basic Requirements

An FAA Airframe & Power Plant Certificate is required, with single engine general aviation experience preferred. Tube and fabric experience and glass panel avionics experience is helpful. The ability to lift and carry parts and equipment up to 50 pounds as a routine job function is required. Proficiency in the English language (both written and verbal) is required.

Preferred Requirements

The successful candidate should have demonstrated skills in the following: attention to detail; precision workmanship; manual dexterity; mechanical aptitude; approachability; time and performance management; customer service and interaction skills; proactive and collaborative approach to problem-solving; positive communication skills (verbal and written); ability to work with minimal supervision in a team environment; the ability to briefly and accurately express complex technical problems in terms that permit the listener to make a valid decision; ability to change focus due to conflicting/changing priorities; ability to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive situations appropriately when performing job duties; and the ability to support long term company goals, even if those goals may not be popular with all members of the organization.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Please email resume and application to: jill.hargraves@cubcrafters.com
Applications can be found on our website, under careers.

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(CLOSES 5-31-2023) Group 14 Technologies: Plant Process Operator

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Group14 Technologies & 47-5458555

Contact Person

Stan Pichinevskiy

Phone

(509)761-9732

Email

spichinevskiy@group14.technology

Website Address

https://group14.technology/en/company#careers

Location

Moses Lake

Base Pay

$32-42/hour

Job Closing Date

05-31-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Plant Process Operator

Job Description/Qualification

This position is for a Plant Process Operator – responsibilities include operating plant equipment in line with approved HS&E, quality, and production guidelines to meet customer expectations.

WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING:

-Perform job duties in a safe and conscientious manner, following all procedures, programs, and policies established for specific processes and calling attention to any unsafe acts observed in the work of others.
-Understand and operate the equipment or processes in the area of assignment.
-Assist with Plant Facility startup and commissioning.
-Responsible for being familiar with mechanical operation of piping and equipment in the assigned area.
-Assist in the development of SOP’s and training of others.
-Prepare equipment for maintenance work by means of Lockout Tagout (LOTO).
-Startup and shutdown process equipment.
-Understand diagrams, equipment, process description, process control, problem solving of area, SOPs, etc.
-Basic maintenance skills including troubleshooting equipment and the permit systems. Make minor adjustments/repairs to the unit.

Responsibilities

-Handle all hazardous chemicals and waste in accordance with all local, state, and federal laws and regulations.
-High level of awareness for Safety, Environmental, and Quality concerns.
-Understand and operate control systems and instrumentation in the area of assignment.
-Observe equipment operations to ensure quality and conformity of manufactured or packaged products and intermediates.
-Remove finished product from equipment and separate rejected items.
-Make periodic checks of process and equipment settings.
-If assigned, operate a DCS control system including all aspects of the plant.
-Inspect processes and work to assure effective quality control.
-Participate in the development of the department continuous improvement projects and on project teams.
-Function with the production team effectively and as a team player.
-Maintain high standards of housekeeping.
-Perform other duties and assignments as directed by your supervisor.

Basic Requirements

-High School Diploma or GED.
-3+ years of experience in an industrial or manufacturing environment; or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
-Knowledge of operating procedures and chemical reactions.
-Able to work in a chemical plant.
-Must be mechanical minded and analytical.
-Experience using a DCS control system.
-Must be able to walk up and down stairs and climb ladders.
-Ability to systematically troubleshoot and problem solve integrated processes.
-Must be able to wear and operate a respirator.
-Lift a minimum of 50 lbs.
-Wear safety equipment, such as, safety glasses, earplugs, and steel toed shoes.
-Work rotating 12-hour shifts which will include weekends and holidays.
-Occasional travel will be required.

Preferred Requirements

OTHER QUALITIES WE’D LOVE FOR YOU TO HAVE:

-Associates degree or higher in Process Technology, or a related field of study.
-Startup and commissioning experience.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Apply here: https://group14.bamboohr.com/careers/111

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(CLOSES 5-31-2024) Group 14 Technologies: Industrial Mechanical Technician

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Group14 Technologies & 47-5458555

Contact Person

Stan Pichinevskiy

Phone

(509)761-9732

Email

spichinevskiy@group14.technology

Website Address

https://group14.technology/en/company#careers

Location

Moses Lake

Base Pay

$30-50/hour

Job Closing Date

05-31-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Industrial Mechanical Technician

Job Description/Qualification

This position is for an Industrial Mechanical Technician responsible for troubleshooting, repairing, predictive and preventative maintenance for all equipment, machinery, conveyors, and various style valves in a production environment safely and efficiently.

WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING:

-Perform all work orders as required.
-Make sure all predictive and preventative maintenance activities are performed in a timely manner.
-Able to work in a chemical manufacturing environment, including the ability to wear a respirator.
-Participates in new installations and modifications to existing equipment.
-Proficient at diagnosing and repairing problems with valves, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment, and conveyor systems.
-Ability to manage multiple priorities.
-Rebuild and install industrial valves and other piping components.
-Rebuild industrial rotating equipment including blowers, fans, centrifugal and positive displacement pumps.

Responsibilities

-Participate in design reviews, root-cause analyses, and the management of change (MOC) process.
-Understand piping systems and their uses, including knowledge of and adherence to plant piping standards.
-Operate boom lifts, scissor lifts and forklifts.
-Prepare and review, maintenance standard operating procedures, work instructions, and schedules and perform predictive and preventative maintenance in a timely manner compliant with pre-defined schedules.
-Serve as an “on-call” technician during off-hours, weekends and holidays as part of the call out rotation to perform limited troubleshooting and repair mechanical equipment.
-Learn and follow plant procedures and safety regulations.

Basic Requirements

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR:

-Requires a minimum of a High School Diploma or equivalent and three (3) to five (5) years related experience or equivalent combination of industrial maintenance experience and education.
-Must be capable of productively, constructively and effectively interfacing with other departments/personnel for the purpose of developing and/or supplying information to ascertain and achieve processing requirements.
-Understanding of Predictive and Preventive Maintenance programs.

Preferred Requirements

-Looking for good general mechanical aptitude and experience with: HVAC, IR-thermal, ultrasound, vibration, baker testing, valve rebuilds, PRV, fabrication, facilities maintenance, controls, air compressor/dryers, RO systems, steam/heat recovery, mobile equipment, UPS, lubrication, orbital welding, machining, pipe fitting, pump rebuilds, robotics, and pipe wall integrity.
-Understanding and conformity to safety protocols such as: LOTO, Fall-Protection, Confined Space and other life critical safety protocols.
-Ability to interpret schematics, PFDs, P&IDs, blueprints and manuals.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Apply here: https://group14.bamboohr.com/careers/175

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(CLOSES 5-31-2024) Group 14 Technologies: Electrical & Instrument Technician

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Group14 Technologies & 47-5458555

Contact Person

Stan Pichinevskiy

Phone

(509)761-9732

Email

spichinevskiy@group14.technology

Website Address

https://group14.technology/en/company#careers

Location

Moses Lake, WA

Base Pay

$30-$50/hour

Job Closing Date

05-31-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Electrical & Instrument Technician

Job Description/Qualification

WHAT YOU’LL BE DOING:

-Interpret technical drawings and procedures to aid in troubleshooting and repair of most electrical, instruments and control system equipment.
-Ensure daily maintenance and repair activities are tracked/logged and performed safely and in a timely manner and closed out effectively.
-Operate and maintain a variety of test equipment using established procedures.
-Interface with operators and engineers to understand and find “root cause” of equipment problems and hazards in need of service, repair and/or replacement of components, communicate those options/suggestions and propose fixes and improvement ideas to pertinent technical staff.
-Repair, maintain, and install electrical systems and equipment such as motors, drives, wiring and associated devices.

Responsibilities

-Diagnose the cause of electrical or mechanical malfunction or failure of operational equipment and perform corrective and preventative maintenance.
-Review and update loop diagrams and specification sheets as required.
-Participate in new installations and modifications to existing equipment.
-Maintain proficiency in electrical troubleshooting; high volt, low volt and controls circuits.
-Must be able to identify and specify materials and procedures required for repair and/or rebuilding of manufacturing equipment.
-Assist in developing, executing, and expanding a Predictive and Preventive Maintenance program and support tracking systems with predictive maintenance practices, while being flexible to cover emergency maintenance.
-Participates in design reviews, Root Cause Analyses (RCAs) and the management of change (MOC) process.
-Serve as an “on-call” technician during off-hours, weekends and holidays as part of the call out rotation to perform limited troubleshooting and repair mechanical equipment.
-Learn and follow plant procedures and safety regulations.

Basic Requirements

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR:

-Requires a minimum of a High School Diploma or equivalent and 3 to 5 years’ related experience or equivalent combination of industrial maintenance experience and education.
-Must be capable of effectively interfacing with other departments/personnel for the purpose of developing and/or supplying information to ascertain and achieve processing requirements.
-Understanding of Predictive Preventive Maintenance programs.
-Understanding of LOTO.

Preferred Requirements

-Working knowledge of Parker, Allen Bradley, and Siemens AC variable frequency drives, PLCs and associated protocols is a plus.
-Must be able to read, follow and identify components depicted on schematics and engineered drawings.
-Must be able to operate forklift and aerial lift platforms to work at heights up to 26 feet on a limited basis, 14 feet on average when needed.
-Must be able to handle physical heavy lifting of materials/tools up to 75 pounds. Heavier materials may require assistance.
-Capable of wearing respiratory protection as required.
-Looking for good general mechanical aptitude and experience with; HVAC, IR-thermal, ultrasound, vibration, baker testing, instrument calibration, electrical license, controls, UPS, and robotics.

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Submit application here: https://group14.bamboohr.com/careers/174

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(CLOSES 5-1-2024) Centurion Health: LPN

Company Name & Employer Identification Number

Centurion Health

Contact Person

Suzi Shoemaker

Phone

(571)360-3648

Email

sshoemaker@teamcenturion.com

Website Address

21251 Ridgetop Circle Suite 150 Sterling, VA 2016

Location

Florida

Base Pay

$28.00

Job Closing Date

05-01-2024

How would you like to be contacted

Email

Job Title

Licensed Practical Nurse

Job Description/Qualification

Licensed Practical Nurse

Job Description

Overview

Centurion is proud to be the provider of medical and mental health services to the Florida Department of Corrections.

We are currently seeking a full-time Licensed Practical Nurse to join our teams in our Florida Locations

Pay Rate: $28-$34/hr.
*Depending on Location and Shift*
**Sign-on Bonuses Available Certain Locations**

Responsibilities

The LPN is responsible for providing holistic nursing care within the appropriate scope of practice to incarcerated patients. Licensed Practical Nurses work under the direction of Registered Nurses, medical, and psychiatric staff to respond to a range of physical and mental health needs.

Qualifications

  • Florida LPN license or ability to obtain license
    • Current CPR
    • Corrections experience not required
    • Ability to obtain a security clearance, to include drug screen and criminal background check

Available Shift

  • Days, Nights, Overnight, Weekends
    • FT, PT, PRN

Benefits

We offer excellent compensation and comprehensive benefits for our full-time team members including:

  • Health, dental, vision, disability and life insurance
    • 401(k) with company match
    • Generous paid time off
    • Paid holidays
    • Flexible Spending Account
    • Continuing Education benefits
    • Eligible for up to $4,000 per year State Loan Reimbursement through Florida Reimbursement Assistance for Medical Education Program (FRAME)
    • Much more…

About Us

Centurion Health contracts with state and local governments nationwide to provide comprehensive healthcare services to correctional facilities, state hospitals, and other community settings. Our dedication to making a difference and our passionate team of the best and the brightest healthcare employees has made us one of the leaders of the correctional health industry. Whether you are driven by purpose and impact or on a journey of professional growth, our opportunities can offer both.

Apply at:

https://www.centurionjobs.com/
Enter:
• Licensed Practical Nurse
• City, State where you are interested in working

Cities in Florida Positions Are Located:

Arcadia Lake City
Blountstown Live Oak
Bowling Green Malone
Brookville Mayo
Bushnell Miami
Carrabelle Milton
Century Ocala
Crawfordville Okeechobee
Crestview Orlando
Cross City Pahokee
Daytona Beach Perry
Doral Polk City
Florida City Quincy
Homestead Raiford
Indiantown Sanderson
Jasper Sneads
Lake Butler Zephyrhills

Responsibilities

The LPN is responsible for providing holistic nursing care within the appropriate scope of practice to incarcerated patients. Licensed Practical Nurses work under the direction of Registered Nurses, medical, and psychiatric staff to respond to a range of physical and mental health needs.

Basic Requirements

  • Florida LPN license or ability to obtain license
    • Current CPR
    • Corrections experience not required
    • Ability to obtain a security clearance, to include drug screen and criminal background check

Preferred Requirements

FL LPN License or Ability to Obtain License

How would you like the applicant to apply?

Apply at: https://www.centurionjobs.com/
Enter:
• Licensed Practical Nurse
• City, State where you are interested in working

Is this student only posting?

Public

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