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  • PURPOSE OF POSITION: Perform cleaning in assigned areas to maintain the facility in an aseptic condition as required. This position is key to enhancing patient care and employee health, accordingly all duties should be conducted in accordance with infection control policies and procedures for best practices. Uphold the organization s vision, mission, and corporate values. Demonstrate understanding of and compliance with organization s policies, procedures, code of conduct and work rules.

  • Fleet Servicing/Janitor (Part-Time) .and.nbsp; Built on a culture of safety and integrity, NMS delivers award-winning, integrated support services to a variety of clients in food service, facilities management, camp services, security and hotel management in Alaska and the continental U.S. We are proud to serve not only our original oilfield clients, but also clients from federal, state and local governments, corporate facilities, healthcare institutions, schools and universities, manufacturing centers, and the transportation and telecommunications industry. Our clients have peace of mind knowing we are committed to delivering best-in-class service, and we bring creativity, technology and experience to every project. Our mission is to provide management and support services at a level of quality, value, safety and expertise beyond our clients expectations. At NMS, we expect our employees to fulfill that mission in every aspect of their work. .and.nbsp; Summary The Fleet Servicing/ Janitor position provides a variety of cleaning services and other related duties required to keep office facilities, or similar areas in a clean and orderly condition. Full-time, Part-time and Seasonal positions may be available. .and.nbsp; Essential Duties and Responsibilities .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Cleans, sweeps, vacuums, mops office facilities and/or customer areas on aircrafts in accordance with specific cleaning protocols dictated by the airline. .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Clean and flush airplane galleys and/or lavatories .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Empty and fill potable water on all flights. .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Dusts both low and high areas. .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Wipes down or cleans various surfaces. Uses appropriate equipment and cleaning solutions for all tasks. .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Removes and properly disposes of discarded materials. .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp

  • MerchandisingNew

    , Southeast alaska,

    Create complete in-store merchandising solutions, developing planograms,.and.nbsp; signage and displays that improve product appearances and customer shopping experiences.Merchandising Execution Associates: All Merchandising Execution Associates (MEAs) perform in-store merchandising service activities such as merchandising projects, planogram maintenance, overhead organization, and display/signage maintenance designed to enhance the customer experience. MEAs execute merchandising strategies and ensure products are displayed correctly to drive sales. MEAs work in teams, with on-site supervision and provide service to multiple departments in the store. Their focus is on general bay service, projects and product resets while always keeping safety, accuracy and efficiency at the forefront. MEAs build and maintain strong relationships with store associates and provide superior customer service to both internal and external customers.Typical schedule is Monday-Friday, No WeekendsFull Time and Part Time positionsDay Team Merchandising Execution Associates (MEAs)spend approximately 80% of their time conducting general bay service or maintenance, ensuring that the products are stocked and properly merchandised to provide the customer the best possible shopping experience. Typically, 20% of their time is spent executing special projects designed to improve how products are displayed to the customer and to our suppliers needs.Typical schedule is Monday Friday and typically service a single store location.Full Time and Part Time positionsNight Team Merchandising Execution Associate(MEAs)spend approximately 80% of their time executing specific projects that introduce new items and conducting category resets to enhance the customer experience. Typically, 20% of their time is spent building displays and fixtures while utilizing basic hand tools in addition to refreshing display material/signage/brochures. Some general bay maintenance will occasionally be required. Night MEAs may be on a traveling team typically service multiple stores typically within a 30-mile radius. Mileage reimbursement is available for travel positions and must have reliable transportation with a valid driver s license and insurance.Typical schedule is Monday- Thursday, 10 hour shiftsFull Time and Part time position.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Merchandising Services Specialists:Merchandising Services Specialists are responsible for implementing company standards for appearance and arrangement and ordering of merchandise. Plans and coordinates merchandise flow-through. Responsible for servicing and maintaining all assigned locations according to a set weekly visitation schedule.Typical schedule is Monday FridayFull Time and Part Time positionsEqual Opportunity Employment

  • Janitor - SEARHCNew

    , Southeast alaska,

    Janitor - SEARHC - Juneau, AK JOB SUMMARY: Built on a culture of safety and integrity, NMS delivers award-winning support services to a variety of clients every day. Our clients have peace of mind, knowing that we are committed to delivering best-in-class service. NMS brings creativity, technology and experience to every project. This position provides a wide variety of cleaning services and other related duties required to keep facilities in a clean and orderly condition. .and.nbsp; ESSENTIAL DUTIES: .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Cleans, sweeps, vacuums, mops, or restocks hallways, stairways, offices, food preparation or break areas, kitchen areas or equipment, laundry rooms, clinics, living areas, work areas, off-site areas, common areas, restrooms, public areas, or other similar areas. .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Sweeps, mops, scrubs, strips, extract, waxes, buff, vacuums, etc. all types of floors. .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Dusts both low and high areas. .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Wipes down or cleans various surfaces. .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Uses appropriate equipment and cleaning solutions for all tasks. .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Removes and properly disposes of discarded materials. .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; May compact trash. .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Removes and transports trash to the appropriate disposal areas. .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; May change light bul

  • The University of Alaska Southeast is seeking a Title IX and EEO Compliance Coordinator. Under the direction of the Chancellor, this position provides leadership, oversight and administration of the university s equal employment and educational opportunity, civil rights compliance, and Title IX programs. The incumbent will be responsible for coordinating efforts to comply with and carry out the university\'s responsibilities under Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The Title IX and EEO Compliance Coordinator serves all three of the UAS campuses and is a part of a statewide Title IX team that coordinates investigations across the UA system. The Title IX Coordinator directly supervises a Deputy Coordinator in addition to overseeing additional compliance functions. This position is dedicated to the prevention of and response to discrimination against UAS students, employees and guests. UAS is committed to building a culturally diverse and inclusive organization and strongly encourages women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans to applyand.nbsp;Duties:.and.nbsp;10%Establishes and maintains performance goals for the Title IX and EEO Compliance Office that are consistent with the mission and objectives of UAS Responsible for effective leadership of office staff including hiring, supervision, professional development, and evaluation of Deputy Coordinator. Responsible for managing annual budget projections and expenditures in conjunction with the Chancellor\'s Office.Essential 30%Under the direction of the Chancellor as it applies to all UAS campuses: -Responsible for all Clery Act compliance requirements annually, including but not limited to annual reporting of crime statistics, annual reporting of campus security policies and resources, annual training of Campus Safety Officers. -Participate as an active member of the Incident Management Team and advise as appropriate on Timely Warnings and Emergency Response. -Responsible for the implementation and maintenance of the UA Protection of Minors policy and regulation, duties including but not limited to: oversight of program approval for minors, training of employees affiliated with minors, assessment of safety issues affecting minors, and collaboration with campus and community partners serving minors through UAS. -Participation on university and statewide committees for Clery and Protection of Minors compliance.Essential 60%Under the direction of, and reporting regularly to, the Chancellor: Title IX Compliance - Responsible for compliance of all Title IX operations for all campuses at the University of Alaska Southeast. - Responsible for providing information to students, employees, visitors and guests regarding Title IX rights and responsibilities. - Responsible for prompt and proper handling of all complaints of sex-based discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual violence, for all UAs campuses: make jurisdiction assessments and document jurisdiction decisions, make initial inquiries and document details collected, implement and document interim measures, perform and document risk analysis, oversee formal investigations and document all phases of an investigation, determine appropriate discipline authority and document referral for policy violations, provide for and document remedies. - Oversee the development and implementation of comprehensive Title IX prevention and education, and periodically assess the efficacy of the prevention and education programming. - Oversee delivery of ongoing training initiatives for

  • HOURS: 8 to 30 hours per week, mainly evenings and weekends, depending on event schedule. Semi-skilled position responsible for the cleaning and maintenance of the Carlson Center. Expected to be able to work without close supervision, and to work irregular hours including day or night shifts, overtime, weekends and holidays. Must be 18 yrs or older to apply. Duties include, but are not limited to the following: Pick up debris on the floor and sweep all corridors, lobbies, balconies, bleachers, concourses, and bathrooms with a mop or broom. Remove any spillage, gum, and/or other foreign matter. Damp mop the flooring, bleachers and staging. Empty and clean all trash receptacles including waste baskets, ash trays, and sand urns and replace plastic liners as necessary. Clean the floors in corridors, lobbies, bathrooms, and offices with a spray buff machine, wet/dry vacuum, special nylon brush and/or other tools. High dust and clean the walls, air intakes and outlets, light fixtures, sills, and ledges. Repair and/or refinish furniture and equipment as directed using appropriate procedures. Vacuum and steam carpets. Clean and maintain restrooms by cleaning and refilling all dispensers, emptying trash receptacles, cleaning all bathroom surfaces and areas using a variety of chemicals. Clean all glass windows and doors. Timely completion of all time sheets and other paperwork Assist the conversion crew as necessary. Assist other operations and maintenance staff as needed to assure successful operation of the facility. ASM/SMG is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer, and encourages Women, Minorities, Individuals with Disabilities, and protected Veterans to apply. VEVRAA Federal Contractorand.nbsp;

  • Intermittent PositionJob Overview: The Clinical Assistant provides care to infants, toddlers, children, adolescents, adults and elderly in a rural ambulatory care clinic. Essential job responsibilities include rooming patients, performing clinical duties, maintaining lab and exam rooms, quality assurance activities and demonstrating customer service skills. In addition, Clinical Assistants perform administrative and data management tasks. Information is written in patients chart along with patients medical history. This position works closely with providers giving support such as rooming patients, perform CLIA-waived laboratory tests, answering phones, processing provider orders, and participation in training processes and staff meetings. Must demonstrate good judgment and be self-starter, but works under close supervision of provider. This position directly supports and assists the rural clinic provider. This position is essential in maintaining efficient clinic operations and patient flow in order to maximize the provider s time and to insure access to health care for patients in rural communities. This is a job progression consisting of three job levels, designed to provide progressively more technical and independent work experiences to participants as part of the overall assessment of their ability and capability. Promotion between job levels is based on performance on prior assignments, required certifications, and the demonstrated ability to successfully handle more progressively responsible assignments. Independent performance of all clinical duties will be based on satisfactory completion of competency assessments. Responsibilities: Rooming Patients. Prepares for patient visit by reviewing chart for needed forms, follow-up labs or procedures needed. Prepares patient for the exam by obtaining and recording age-appropriate vital signs per department protocol, i.e., temperature, height, weight, head circumference, blood pressure, respiration, pulse oximetry, visual acuity testing. Obtains medical history update and confirms medications. Accurately collects and documents information in patient chart. Keeps patient records in order with all forms properly identified; copies and compiles other medical data as needed. Assures patient medication and immunization records are current. Recognizes signs or symptoms requiring prompt intervention and acts appropriately. Transports patients within the facility, as needed. Demonstrates ability to smoothly manage patient care duties while maintaining clinic flow. Report, and when appropriate, record any changes observed in condition or behavior of patients, unusual incidents or breeches in safety. Observe patients to insure children, elderly, or impaired patients who require observation or assistance have someone in attendance. Clinical Duties. Set up equipment and supplies for routine exams and minor procedures. Prepare patient for and assist with procedures, treatments, and minor office surgeries. Provides specimen collection, throat swabs for culture, CLIA-waived laboratory testing, such as PT/INR, strep A, hemoccult, capillary glucose, urine analyzer, urine HCG. Performs phlebotomy for Quest labs. Follows protocol for collecting, labeling and transporting of specimens. With appropriate orders: apply heat/cold packs, abdominal binders, anti-embolism stockings, per competency assessment, obtain 12 lead EKG s per competency assessment, peak flow, and apply oxygen. Assist patients with ambulation or transfer; perform minor, non-invasive treatments, e.g. simple dressing changes, use of an automated external defibrillator. Performs basic health coaching and patient education as directed by the provider and according to evidence-based guidelines using patient education materials. Maintain lab and exam rooms. Sanitizes exam rooms between patients. Ensures exam room supplies are organized and stocked. Maintains lab e

  • Purpose of Position: Provide medical nutrition therapy for patients with diabetes and other chronic diseases; Provide health education to individuals and groups with chronic care needs to assure positive outcomes. Uphold the organization s vision, mission, and corporate values. Demonstrate understanding of and compliance with organization s policies, procedures, code of conduct and work rules. Essential Functions: Provide medical nutrition therapy, develop and implement nutrition care plans for individuals and groups in outpatient and inpatient settings Work with communities and diabetes team members to set and achieve community based diabetes program outcomes and be able to document achievements Collaborate with communities to provide diabetes and prevention activities related to fitness and nutrition Participate in health education for diabetes and chronic disease prevention projects Assit with the monitoring and reporting to satisfy grant requirements Supervise lay educators, prevention program coordinators and temporary staff assigned to the CAMP program Perform other duties as assigned

  • DriverNew

    , Southeast alaska,

    Coleman Worldwide Moving is a full service worldwide moving and storage company that is dedicated to servicing the transportation needs of corporations, governments, and individuals. We have been in business for over 100 years and we are one of the largest privately held transportation companies headquartered in the Southeast. We are a dynamic and growing organization that is committed to customer loyalty through excellent quality service. .and.nbsp; Drivers for our Company (whether OTR, regional, or local) are the face and backbone of what we do and who we are. Drivers have frequent contact with both civilian, military, and corporate customers and are expected to be courteous, well groomed, and helpful. Drivers will primarily load and transport household/corporate goods from one location to another. .and.nbsp; Key duties include but at not limited to the following: .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Transport goods using a company truck .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Lead the crew in loading shipment on to and/or off of truck .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; May inspect shipment prior to loading for proper packing or wrapping .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Perform accurate inventory of shipment .and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Assist as need in loading trucks and/or containers for forward movement via interstate commerce

  • Oversee the safety and security of the facility by providing for protection all staff, patients, visitors, property, material, equipment, supplies, and buildings, located in the hospital from harm, injury, damage, loss or trespass. Provide first level oversight for the security officers and patient observers, as well as personally performing secururity duties. Direct assigned employees, demonstrating leadership by providing work direction, motivation, training, assistance, performance evaluation and corrective action. Essential Functions: Perform leadership functions including selection, scheduling, training, performance management and discipline.; Instill passion in assigned staff for NSHC s mission, vision, and values, paying particular attention to the maintenance of a safe and productive work environment Demonstrate personal initiative and accountability while managing the program\'s budget; Forecast needs, allocate resources and/or take corrective action as necessary Conduct regular walk through observations of the facility and grounds, including locking, unlocking and restricting traffic at various times; Manage hostile situations and aggressive individuals appropriately without intentionally exposing self or others to unreasonable risk of physical harm Respond to the scene of all fire, safety and security events throughout the facility, providing disaster, fire and hazard surveillance; Monitor system indicators and investigate theft, disturbances and suspicious activity Using the least force necessary and only with authorization from clinical staff and in accordance with hospital protocol, assist staff with patient restraint and intervention in disruptions by patients, visitors, or staff

  • SUMMARY DESCRIPTION Under general supervision, assists departmental engineers with projects in design, development, and project coordination; provides inspections of projects engineered and bid by outside consultants and contractors, as well as projects constructed by in-house KPU operating divisions for compliance with contract drawings, specification, applicable building codes and safety requirements; maintains records and prepares reports on projects inspected; and provides information and assistance to contractors, developers, engineers, and the general public in person, by telephone, or in the field. Ketchikan Public Utilities is a municipally owned utility providing the electric, telephone and water needs of the community. The Utilities Inspector assists the departmental engineers in all phases of the engineering and administration duties. The Utilities Inspector must perform these duties in a manner that reflects positively on KPU and the City of Ketchikanand.nbsp; To apply click on link below: Employer\'s application instructions.

  • Purpose of Position The Youth Services Director is responsible for the planning, development and implementation of services that include pre-school and school-aged education programs, youth intervention, prevention, and support, and community activities for youth. Essential Functions Responsible for developing and monitoring NEC s youth education and activities as well as serving as NEC s Child Care Development Fund Administrator and manager of the Child Care Development Fund Block Grant and JOM Compact Funding. Responsible for the administrative management of the program that includes: a. Meeting accounting standards by the development of program plans and budgets b. Authorization of expenditures and monitoring of budgets c. Adhering to accounting and administrative policies; and d. the development and submittal of required reports to funding agencies. Provides supervision and direction to department staff by: a. Selecting, training, coaching, counseling and disciplining employees; b. Communicating job expectations; c. Monitoring and appraising job performance and accomplishments, evaluating as needed; and disciplinary actions. Provides hiring and termination recommendations to the Executive Director. Adheres to policies and internal procedures. Coordinate the assessment of youth programs and initiate improvements in order to meet the needs and better serve the tribe. Will also monitor state and federal legislation that impacts programs, services and tribal members. Develop and maintain partnerships with other entities such as Nome Public Schools and other educational organizations to coordinate services for youth. Initiate opportunities of support to the community through local events, promoting health, and sense of community well-being. Seek, write, edit and submit grant opportunities for federal, state, local and private grants to assist the Tribe in advancing departmental goals and objectives. Responsible for the development and maintenance of client files/databases/Excel reports to ensure documentation of statistical information needed for reporting requirements. Other duties as assigned. Personal Traits: Employees of Nome Eskimo Community are expected to promote the organization s mission and vision. Employees are expected to demonstrate integrity, professionalism, accountability, cooperation with and consideration of others

  • CashierNew

    , Kenai peninsula,

    Position Summary:.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Process customer orders, collects payment while providing a high level of customer serviceand.nbsp; Performs clean up, department set-up and closing tasks as necessaryand.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Essential Functions and Tasks:.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Greets customers, answers questions, thanks customers and provides prompt and courteous service.Scans orders by sliding items from conveyor belt and across tabletop scanner from left or right, depending on register setup, to the packaging area.Uses hand-held scanning gun or keys item numbers when necessary.Transfers or ensures transfer of each item as number is scannedand.nbsp; Monitors all merchandise passing through register line, promoting accurate merchandise inventory.Requests supervisor verification for high-ticket items.Assists with transferring merchandise in carts and packaging orders, following all safety and security procedures.Receives accurate payment for goods, makes change, processes checks, EBT, credit and debit charges according to proper departmental procedures for paperwork and performance of duties.Counts register at sign on, orders change, makes witnessed drops of excess funds to vault, orders cash increases, and counts register at shift end to maintain accurate register funds.Performs related tasks, set-up and closing duties for department, such as putting returned or moved product back, collecting paperwork, stocking register, cleaning area, and retrieving carts.Non-Essential Functions and Tasks:.and.nbsp; Assists in other departments of the store as necessaryand.nbsp; Performs other functions as necessary or assigned.Skills:.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp;.and.nbsp; Operate cash register, hand-held/tabletop scanners, conveyor belt, carts, flatbeds, trash compactor, cardboard baler.

  • Start a career with First National Bank Alaska, the Best Place to Work in Alaska as recognized four years in a row by Alaska Business magazine readers.First National Bank Alaska, FNBA,.and.nbsp;is seeking a Loan Assistant at our Valley Centre Branch in Juneau. This position assists one or more lending officers in a lead administrative capacity servicing a loan portfolio of greater than $15 million; compiles preliminary loan documentation for lending officer review and approval.ESSENTIAL DUTIES .and.amp; RESPONSIBILITIES:Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.1. Prepares preliminary loan packages by obtaining financial, borrower, collateral, and insurance information for officer review; acts as a liaison between officer and borrower.2. Provides office management and administrative services for officer by distributing and accepting loan applications, compiling, preparing, and processing loan files for approval and underwriting.3. Sets up, completes, and maintains loan files; closes loans and disburses proceeds; files correspondence and other records; prepares primary commercial account loan transactions independently for officer review and approval.4. Maintains and updates customer and collateral information in the bank\'s loan and deposit database system; maintains various tracking logs; assigns application and loan numbers; makes copies of documents, assists customers with loan and escrow questions, payments and payoffs, and takes messages.5. Composes and prepares correspondence; prepares outgoing mail and cost center bill payments.6. Reviews collateral and Uniform Commercial Code documentation and takes necessary steps to ensure bank\'s preferred lien position; processes construction loan disbursement requests.The employer accepts applications only for those positions currently listed, and only recognizes applicants as those who have completed an online employer application form. All salaries are dependent upon relevant experience and education (DOE). Minimum salaries are posted for some positions; to be eligible for the minimum salary, applicants must meet minimum qualifications listed in the posting. Listings for this employer are updated often. This employer does not notify us when positions close. Please verify the availability of this position on the employer s websiteand.nbsp;

  • Coeur, Inc. is the largest U.S.-based primary silver producer and a growing gold producer. The Company has five precious metals mines in the Americas generating strong production, sales and cash flow.The Kensington underground gold mine and associated milling facilities are located within the Berners Bay Mining District on the east side of Lynn Canal about 45 miles north-northwest of Juneau, Alaska. The project is wholly owned and operated by Coeur Alaska, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Companyand.nbsp;The company is recruiting an Entry-Level Mobile Mechanic for its Kensington Gold Mine. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the pre-employment process, and graduate from the MAPTS Mine Maintenance training camp near Delta Junction, Alaska, before employmentand.nbsp;Maintenance.and.nbsp;Mechanic Responsibilities:Maintain and repair surface and /or underground mobile mining equipment such as drills, bolters, loaders,haul trucks, and heavy and light-duty support equipment.Intermediate welding and fabrication.Diesel and gas engine trouble-shooting and repair skills.Troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair mechanical, hydraulic, and electrical components of mobile mining equipment.Responsible for pre-shift inspection of work areas and equipment.Employees must comply with all company policies including, but not limited to: attendance, safety, environmental, and HR policies. Employees are responsible for understanding and complying with the Environment, Health, Safety and Social Responsibility Policies. Employees must protect the environment and their own safety, as well as those around them.MAPTS Training Facility:Located 30 miles East of Delta Junction, AlaskaTraining course is 280 hours broken into two 14-day segments of 10-hour days over a six week period.Training consists of Introduction to Underground Mining, Introduction to Surface Operations, Basic Operation of Heavy Equipment and Support Equipment, Hands-on training in Preventative Equipment Maintenance, Lubricant Specs, Basic Diagnostics, Operating a Fuel/Lube Truck, and Recordkeeping Procedures. Room and board is included

  • JOB PURPOSE: To maintain the physical upkeep and cleanliness of school buildings, grounds and furnishings. Duties, Responsibilities and Accountabilities: Cleaning: Performs daily or scheduled duties such as sweeping, mopping and vacuuming of floors. Cleans assigned rooms, halls, offices and bathrooms. Dusts and cleans walls, furniture and fixtures and removes trash. Keeps school grounds tidy. Responsible for snow removal. Maintenance: May perform duties such as replacing lights .and.amp; perform routine adjustment .and.amp; maintenance of heating, electrical and plumbing systems. Performs periodic maintenance projects such as stripping and waxing floors and shampooing carpets. Safety .and.amp; Security: Maintains safe grounds by observing and correcting possible safety hazards such as wet floors, snow, or icy sidewalks. Helps ensure building security by being alert to unusual circumstances and by locking doors and windows as appropriate. Teamwork: Performs other related duties as required or assigned, such as setting up tables for lunch or preparing facilities for special events. Works cooperatively with school employees, students and visitors. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities 1. Requires knowledge of cleaning equipment, materials and procedures to perform cleaning tasks efficiently and effectively. Requires physical ability to operate hand held equipment and to perform active, physically demanding duties. 2. Requires basic knowledge of heating, electrical and plumbing systems, and basic knowledge of maintenance procedures. 3. Requires attention to detail and ability to recognize safety and security hazards. Requires ability to perform duties in a safe manner. 4. Requires driver\'s license. 5. Requires knowledge of OSHA .and.amp; fire, safety codes .and.amp; laws .and.amp; must follow all required procedures and policies. 6. Requires willingness to perform various job-related duties as situations require, a strong sense of teamwork, and ability to work cooperatively with others. Language Skills: Ability to read, analyze and interpret general and technical procedures. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from supervisors, custodial team and maintenance department employees. Mathematical Skills: Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions to practical situations. Reasoning Ability: Ability to solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram or schedule form. Other Skills and Abilities: Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with students, staff and community. Ability to perform duties with awareness of all district requirements and Board of Education policies. 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. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit and talk or hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; and stoop, kneel, crouch or crawl. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds such as testing material. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision. The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this job, the level of knowledge and skill typically required, and the scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. Individuals may perform other duties as assigned including work in other functional areas to cover absences or

  • Community Connections Senior and Disabilities Services is looking for a full-time Service Coordinator to work with children and adult with developmental disabilities. This position is responsible for coordinating services for individuals with developmental and physical disabilities, working directly with customers, and supervision of direct service staff. Pay is $16.75- $18.85/ hrand.nbsp; DOE, with a competitive benefits package. To apply click on link below: Employer\'s application instructions.

  • Customer Service Associate I Dept./Program: Na\'ini Social Services Division: Na\'ini Family .and.amp; Social Services Reports To: Social Services Supervisor Employment Status: Full Time FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Schedule: 40 hrs/wk Preference: TERO Ordinance 2017-01, P.L. 93-638 Job Summary The Customer Service Associate I is responsible for greeting visitors to Kenaitze Indian Tribe\'s Family .and.amp; Social Services programs in a friendly, professional and helpful way. The Customer Service Associate is responsible for answering and routing calls, coordinating incoming and outgoing mail, handling inquiries from the public, and monitoring access to the building by visitors. Essential Functions .and.nbsp; Greet clients (un\'ina) and visitors to the Tribe and notify applicable staff member of their arrival. Direct un\'ina as appropriate. Responsible for unlocking and locking the Na\'ini building at the start and close of the business day. Answer main phone line and direct calls to appropriate staff, and when necessary take appropriate messages. Maintain coffee stations for employees and un\'ina. Schedule appointments, meetings and events for Na\'ini Family .and.amp; Social Services programs as requested. Facilitate tribal program applications to un\'ina as requested. Provide appropriate resources to all un\'ina requesting services, based on identified needs Manage incoming and outgoing of mail, faxes, and coordination for maintenance of office copy machines, all office supplies and service calls for repairs. Responsible for accepting/processing all invoices, receipts and check requests and credit card statements to Reqlogic. Attend training and staff meetings as required. Document case notes for un\'ina calls and document intakes and food box slips. Upon completion of program orientation assist in program referrals to internal/external agencies. Data entry to include monthly reporting for dashboards. .and.nbsp; It is the intent of this job description to highlight the essential functions of the position; however, it is not an all-inclusive list. The incumbent may be called upon and required to follow or perform other duties and tasks requested by his/her supervisor, consistent with the purpose of the position, department and/or the Kenaitze Indian Tribe\'s objectives. . Working Conditions Lifting Requirements Light work Exer

  • Flexible Hours! Interesting Work! Help your community! Positions are available to conduct Census Bureau surveys on a variety of vital issues such as health, housing, income, and crime. Field representatives interview at randomly selected addresses, usually using a laptop computer. The number of hours worked each week may range from 25-40 hours, depending on the workload in the assignment area. The best time to interview is on the weekends and evening. This is an ideal job for a self-starter who is organized and who enjoys meeting and talking with people. While most people are cooperative, some respondents require our interviewers to be skilled salespeople - that is, to \"sell\" them on the importance of the survey. U.S. CENSUS BUREAU AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERTHE CENSUS BUREAU DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE IN EMPLOYMENT ON THE BASIS OF COLOR, RELIGION, SEX, NATIONAL ORIGIN, POLITICAL AFFILIATION, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, MARITAL STATUS, DISABILITY, AGE, MEMBERSHIP IN AN EMPLOYEE ORGANIZATION, OR OTHER NONMERIT FACTOR.

  • This is a supervisory firefighting and engineer position overseeing day to day activities of the department. This is a 48/96 hour work scheduleand.nbsp;Duties and Responsibilities:1. Responds to emergency incidents and acts as incident commander until relieved. 2. Drives and operates emergency apparatus. 3. Performs firefighting including operating pumps and related equipment, laying hose, performing rescue, fire suppression, ventilation, containment, salvage and overhaul operations. 4. Administers emergency medical care to patients as prescribed by protocol. 5. Performs emergency aid and rescue activities, including basic life support, vehicle extrication, trail EMS, and providing other assistance as required. 6. Ensure facilities and apparatus are maintained. 7. Participates in drills, attends training and other related emergency subjects. 8. Ensure upkeep and maintenance of emergency vehicles 9. Maintains apparatus, training, and equipment records. 10. Enter Incident/INFIRS reports using current web based system. 11. Performs general maintenance work in the upkeep of the fire facilities and equipment including cleaning fire station, washes and dries hose, grounds keeping.

  • Pharmacy TechnicianNew

    , Southeast alaska,

    Assist Pharmacists and customers. Role model and demonstrate the Company\'s core values of respect, honesty, integrity, diversity, inclusion and safety of self and others.Fred Meyer also requires that all associates perform all tasks in a safe manner consistent with corporate policies and state and federal laws.Essential Job Functions:Model \"Customer 1st\" behavior; deliver and encourage other associates to deliver excellent customer serviceGreet customers, handle cash register transactionsCheck in/stock pharmaceuticalsMaintain pharmacy recordsFile filled prescriptions in pharmacy will call areaMaintain pharmacy equipment and work areasHand out refills when requested by the pharmacistHandle non-professional phone calls, including: Patients requesting refills of a prescription by Rx numberPhysician\'s office requesting refill authorizationPhysician\'s office authorizing refill requests providing there are no changes in the prescriptionCalls related to price issues and pharmacy hours of operationCalls regarding the availability of goods and servicesCalls inquiring about the refill status or number of refills remainingCalls dealing with the ordering of drugs and supplies from wholesalers and distributorsCount pours and label prescriptions under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacistPrepackage and label drugs for subsequent use under the direct supervision of a licensed pharmacistProcess refill requestsEnter prescription data into the pharmacy computer system after receiving a request for a refill or a hard copy of a new prescriptionReview the patient profile to retrieve information as directed by a licensed pharmacistHandle unit dose packaging/blister packaging under the supervision of a licensed pharmacistHandle calls to and from the physician\'s office dealing with profile information where no interpretation is required (i.e., quantity, date of fill, price)Reconstitute/restore medication previously altered for preservation and storage (accuracy checked and initialed by licensed pharmacist)File prescriptions and assist in 24 hour post-prescription auditsMust be able to perform the essential functions of this position with or without reasonable accommodation

  • Allied Universal is seeking Professional Security Officers. Our Security Officers allow us to contribute to our company’s core purpose of providing unparalleled service, systems and solutions to serve, secure and care for the people and businesses of our communities.

  • SEARHC is a non-profit health consortium which serves the health interests of the residents of Southeast Alaska. We see our employees as our strongest assets. It is our priority to further their development and our organization by aiding in their professional advancement.

  • Reservation Clerk NF-02

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  • Important Note: During the application process, ensure your contact information (email and phone number) is up to date and upload your current resume prior to submitting your application for consideration. To participate in some selection activities you will need to respond to an invitation. The invitation can be sent by both email and text message. In order to receive text message invitations, your profile must include a mobile phone number designated as “Personal Cell” or “Cellular” in the contact information of your application.

  • Title: Alaska – Sourcing & Contract Specialist

  • Material Handler I Warehouse

    , unitedstatesofamerica;anchorage,

    Material Handler I Warehouse

  • Inside Sales Rep

    , unitedstatesofamerica;anchorage,

    Inside Sales Rep

  • Driver

    , unitedstatesofamerica;sitka,

    Driver

  • Administrative Assistant

    , unitedstatesofamerica;anchorage,

    Administrative Assistant

  • Load Builder II

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  • Caring for the world, one person at a time has inspired and united the people of Johnson & Johnson for over 130 years. We embrace research and science bringing innovative ideas, products and services to advance the health and well-being of people.

  • Food Service Worker - ANMC (Full-Time & Part-Time)

  • Lead Cook - ANTHC Patient Housing

  • Assistant Corporate Controller

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  • Title: Alaska - Well Integrity Compliance Specialist

  • Description: Read and interpret F-22 engineering drawings, technical manuals, structure repair manuals, understanding symbols, flags, and general notes - Identify aircraft locations by station, butt-line, and waterline as shown on engineering documentation and technical orders. Work with precision measuring instruments, micrometers, calipers, tape measures, and standard scales. Utilizes tools to include but not limited to drills, angle motors, shears, drill press, and pneumatic riveter.

  • Receiving Associate

    , Anchorage / mat-su,

    LOCATION 3101 Penland Parkway 99508 Overview

  • Job Description

  • Actively deepens existing customer relationships through routine calling activity and develops new Business Banking relationship opportunities through business development activities. Responsibilities include originating scored credit requests up to $250,000 (with Equipment Finance lending up to $500,000) and selling products/services such as business deposit products, treasury management products, business credit cards and payment solutions, as well as all other suitable solutions as appropriate. This job may require outside prospecting and sales to meet or exceed the sales production goals. Appropriately handles Business Banking customer service issues in assigned portfolio. Actively manages relationships with branch and business line partners and refers clients to Business Banking partners and/or other U.S. Bancorp areas for additional needs.

  • The purpose of this role is to ensure that there is proper governance in place for GDS’ procedural processes and documentation. The person in this role will be responsible for creating a strategy to ensure the department has all necessary documentations in place to effectively support our business. This person will also have the responsibility of performing gap analysis when compliance or regulatory changes are in effect; working closely with members of the team who are conducting training to ensure all compliance related training updates are made in the appropriate documents; and ensuring risks are mapped, addressed and covered in all procedures.

  • LOCATION 1920 W Dimond Boulevard Suite C Anchorage AK US 99515 Overview Management Opportunities

  • Title: Alaska - IT GGRE Workflow & Support Analyst

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  • Enterprise Strategic Sourcing Manager REMOTE

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