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    Total First Year Target Compensation: $100,000 $150,000 – Base + Uncapped Variable Compensation + BonusAll Boston Mutual employees who interact with our policyholders, our producers, and our BML associates embrace the principles of our brand and service philosophy. We are all brand ambassadors. Both our words and our behaviors matter. We share a common service philosophy and pride ourselves in living the BML brand promises every day, one interaction at a time. The following statements represent what Boston Mutual stands “FOR” – it is what makes us different and better in the market we serve.We are FOR being a progressive life insurance company dedicated to offering financial peace of mind to working Americans and their families.We are FOR providing practical and affordable products designed for those we serve.We are FOR making it easy to secure a level of financial protection with a portfolio of products – beginning with life insurance – via enrollment and billing options at the workplace.We are FOR providing a personalized customer experience to our policyholders and producers.We are FOR acting in the best interests of our policyholders, producers, employees and the communities in which we live and serve – representing the goodness of mutuality in all we do. We do our best to:Demonstrate a desire to assistListen for understanding and respond empatheticallyExplain things in a manner that is easy to understandBe knowledgeable students of our businessTake full ownership to resolve questions and issuesBe professional, polite and courteousLeave our customers and associates “better than where we found them” The Regional Sales Director is responsible for cultivating and maintaining relationships, promoting and selling Boston Mutual products and demonstrating the highest levels of service professionalism in all they do.The Regional Sales Director is expected to:Develop and maintain a network of brokers and agents in their assigned territory who will promote and sell Boston Mutual’s products.Become fully engaged in learning Boston Mutual’s products, underwriting, and administrative processes.Promote the entire suite of products offered through Workplace Solutions and expand the product and services presentation across the network of brokers and agents in your territory.Embrace and support the Boston Mutual Brand and One Company approach to increase awareness in your territory.Develop and maintain strong relationships with brokers, agents, and key customer accounts in your territory.Use Boston Mutual’s tools at your disposal to expand and deepen distribution opportunities with brokers and agents in your territory who are not familiar with Boston Mutual.Meet or exceed individual performance metrics and goals while contributing to the overall goals of the organization.Build and maintain collaborative relationships with those within the organization thus offering you more opportunity to achieve your objectives while providing the best in products and customer services.Be proactive in working with the appropriate resources to resolve problems.Monitor competition by gathering current marketplace information on pricing, products, new products, underwriting offers, administrative processes, etc. Share learnings with peers.Recommend changes in products, service, and policy by evaluating results and competitive developments.Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, reviewing professional publications, establishing personal networks, and participating in professional societies.Manage all business related expenses.Understand, promote and stay within Boston Mutual’s target markets and suite of products/servicesQualificationsEducation: Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience required.Experience: Minimum 3 years of equivalent experience with a preferable focus in the voluntary benefits space.Knowledge Requirements:Self-motivated with a proven track record in meeting sales goals and objectives by developing, growing and maintaining strong relationships with brokers, agents, enrollment partners and key customer accounts in your territoryA strong focus on personal sales and performance metrics in tracking and impacting results that enable sustained success.Strong collaborative approach to sales with a focus on the success of themselves and the overall team, from both a producer and home office perspective. Focus on win-win solutions that impact both top and bottom line results. Ability to work well under deadlines in a changing environment and perform multiple tasks effectively and concurrently.Demonstrated ability to manage relationships with both internal and external customers.Demonstrated ability to close deals and move the company/strategy forward to a successful outcome.Excellent communication skills both oral and written.Demonstrated proficiency with Microsoft Office products (Excel, PowerPoint, and Word) with a proven ability to prepare and deliver persuasive PowerPoint presentations.Strong working knowledge of marketplace and the products and services offered.Clear understanding of field underwriting concepts and ability to apply.Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the majority of Boston Mutual's associates are currently working remotely in accordance with our safety protocols. The selected candidate will be expected to temporarily work remotely for an unspecified period of time as determined in Boston Mutual's sole discretion. When normal business operations resume, the selected candidate will be expected to physically return to work in the office located in Canton, MA. We have offices currently in Canton MA and Omaha NE.Boston Mutual is an equal opportunity employer. Boston Mutual is an equal opportunity employer, and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, age, religious creed, national origin, ancestry, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, disability, military service, veteran status, family status, pregnancy, or any other characteristic protected by federal or state laws. Boston Mutual is a drug-free workplace, and any offer extended will be contingent upon appropriate results of a drug test.

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    Company DescriptionFor more than four decades, California Closets has built a reputation for delivering truly custom products and unparalleled service to our clients. All our projects are 100% custom and built with the best products in the industry. We’ve helped transform spaces, enhanced homes, and allowed people to get more out of life.Job DescriptionPrimary responsibility will be the design and execution of testing protocolsMock up existing parts to simulate future changes or new productsMock up testing and analysis to determine if proposed changes are effectiveWrite lab reports detailing the protocol, results and analysisMaintain project schedule and budgetCreate parts/assemblies within CAD Software, detail them in an engineering drawing and release using an Engineer Change Notice.Assist Engineering Product Engineers as assigned.Maintain Test LabOther duties as assigned by supervisorEssential Skills and Experience:Training/Education Requirements: High School diploma (or equivalent) required and currently enrolled in college or a recent graduate (within 2 years) required (Engineering preferred)Have completed at least one class within a lab setting with experience with writing lab reportsStrong interpersonal skillsAbility to work with limited supervisionStrong computer skills including: MS Office (especially Excel & PowerPoint).Preferred Skills and experience:Ability to create parts/assemblies/drawings within a CAD SoftwareKnowledge on how to use shop tools (chop saw, hand drills, nail gun, drivers, etc.)Physical demands and work environment:Required to occasionally lift and/or carry up to 50 pounds.Must be able to occasionally climb stairs, lift, pull, push, reach above shoulder level, reach forward, carry, bend, twist or stoopEnvironmental exposures may include dust and loud noises.Compensation: $17/hrAdditional InformationFind us on Facebook, YouTube, and InstagramWe are an equal opportunity employer. We E-Verify.All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.#ZR

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    Cook - $1, 000 Sign-On Bonus  

    - El Paso

    We are currently seeking a Cook to provide timely preparation of quality food for residents, guests, family members and staff according to established facility policies and procedures, using safe food handling requirements.Benefits:* Competitive compensation* DailyPay* Paid time off* Holiday pay* Health, dental, vision, and life insurance* Voluntary benefit policies offered* Retirement plan* Wellness program* Fitness center discounts* Mobile phone discounts* Great team to work alongsideQualifications:* High School Diploma or GED preferred* Must be dependable* Demonstrate excellent customer service* Cooking experience in a long-term care setting, hospitality industry, or restaurant preferred* Be able to work independently or in a team environment* Current Sanitation Certification (facility will help to attain)Vaccine Mandate: Effective November 1, 2021, all current staff and new hires must either be vaccinated or have one of the following: received the single dose of the Johnson Johnson vaccine or the first dose of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine – 2nd dose will be required. Upon request, we will consider exemptions for medical and religious based reasons.

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    Overview:Critical Illness Recovery HospitalRespiratory Therapy Manager Sign-on Bonus!5 years of experience and Bachelor of Science degreein Respiratory Therapy or related science field (Biology, Chemistry, etc.) is required.At Select Specialty Hospitals, a division of Select Medical, we care for chronically and critically ill or post-ICU patients who require extended hospital care. We employ over 48,000 people across the country and provide quality care to approximately 70,000 patients each and every day across our four divisions.Our mission is to provide an exceptional patient care experience that promotes healing and recovery in a compassionate environment. Each employee plays a vital role in doing that by living our cultural behaviors celebrating success, owning the future, being patient-centered, creating change, thinking first and building trust.Do you thrive on collaboration? Are you passionate about delivering an excellent patient experience? If you answered 'yes', consider an opportunity with us!Responsibilities:You are responsible for the overall function and professional growth of the respiratory therapy department. You will provide consultation with regard to pulmonary disorders and respiratory therapy practice, and you will provide quality respiratory care while ensuring the development and routine monitoring. This position also provides discipline-specific education to patients, families and staff as required, and works collaboratively with the Chief Nursing Officer to ensure that all departmental standards are met while following the appropriate standards of practice to ensure regulatory compliance.Overseeing the daily operations of the respiratory therapy department, to include: staff interviews, employment decision, orientation, performance evaluations, employee training and development, as well as inventory, equipment and instrument issues.Sharing responsibility for employee engagement, recruitment and retention.Implementing company standards of care, policies and procedures.Ensuring all regulatory requirements are met regarding respiratory and point of care.Creating and maintaining clinical schedule for safe staffing.Maintaining clinical cost control.Coordinating and actively participating in Wean Team/Pulmonary Rounds and maintaining a direct line of communication with pulmonary physicians to facilitate/implement and routinely monitor weaning patients from mechanical ventilation; if protocols do not exist, works toward site-specific protocol implementation.Steering progressive clinical excellence through staff development while promoting continuous quality improvement.Teaching and counseling patients and their families.Maintaining competency in Rapid Response and code events.Site-Dependent: Functioning as Moderate Complexity Lab Manager over point of care testing and functioning as the Safety Officer, overseeing the Environment of Care.Qualifications:You are passionate about providing a superior patient and employee experience. You are an inventive problem solver who thrives in a dynamic environment.Minimum requirements:Current State License.Active Registered Respiratory Therapist Credential (RRT) from the National Board of Respiratory Care (NBRC) Required.Tennessee RT License with ABG endorsement will need to be obtained prior to start date.Possess a Basic Life Support (BLS) certification by start date.ACLS within 6 months of employment required.Preferred qualifications that will make you successful:Bachelor's Degree in Applied Science or Respiratory Therapy required.Five (5) years experience as a Respiratory Therapist in an Acute Care setting preferred.Two years supervisory experience preferred.Additional Data:Select Medical strives to provide our employees with a solid work-life balance, as we understand that happy employees have both fulfilling careers and meaningful lives beyond our doors.Work jointly with an interdisciplinary team, consisting of registered nurses, physical and occupational therapists, speech language pathologists and physicians to assist patients in regaining their independence.Develop collaborative relationships with patients and their families.Paid Time Off (PTO) and Extended Illness Days (EID).Health, Dental, and Vision insurance; Life insurance; Prescription coverage.A 401(k) retirement plan with company match.Short and Long Term Disability.Personal and Family Medical Leave.We'd love for you to join the team!Select Medical is committed to having a workforce that reflects diversity at all levels and is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment, and employees are treated during employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, citizenship, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected under applicable law.

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    Vice President Of Day Programs  

    - Gallatin

    Job DescriptionJob Title: Vice President of Day Programs (On Site)Department: Community SupportReports To: Chief Operating Officer Supervises: Day program team members; including Site Directors, Site Managers and other team members as assigned.FLSA: ExemptPay Range: $75,000-$100,000SUMMARYThe Vice President of Day Programs is a member of the organization’s Executive Team and is responsible for the quality, compliance, growth, and financial strength of the organization’s day programs. The person in this position is a leader in the organization who exhibits and builds a positive Life Unlimited culture throughout the organization.BASIC FUNCTIONS AND GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:QUALITY Ensure exceptional quality.Ensure programs align with LU’s mission, vision and strategic plan.Establish and maintain close working relationships with all stakeholders.Solicit regular feedback for quality improvement and implement improvements.Ensure protocols are in place and followed to meet LU’s APTS goals.Ensure protocols are in place within programs to respond to inquiries and investigations and step in to assist with investigations when needed.Collaborate with QA during investigation process as needed and act as final approval for any materials submitted for programs to the inquiry or investigation team.Work closely with VP, Directors, and QA to ensure practices for identifying trends and improving service delivery in programs exist for each program.Seek ways for continual improvement.Works with the COO and the QA team to continuously update compliance processes and reports to ensure quality and goals are achieved.Ensure programs meet all requirements licensures, funders, and regulatory partners. Works closely with VPs and Directors to ensure all requirements are met throughout all supervised programs.Stays up to date on all regulatory changes to ensure program policies and procedures are updated as needed, implemented, and approved per LU policy.GROWTH Lead program growth, expansion, and improved efficienciesThe VP is active in the development of the organization’s strategic plan and ensures the strategic initiatives are carried out.Evaluates strategies, objectives, and measures for program growth.Collaborate with Intake Manager and QA to monitor referral, admission, and discharge data for all programs.Meets strategic planning goals and objectives and outcome measures for the programs under their supervision.FINANCIAL STRENGTH Make strong financial decisions.Ensure all day programs function within the approved organization and program budget.Provide recommendations, after collecting program feedback, to the COO annually for the upcoming program budgets.Provide budget deficit/surplus analysis monthly to the COO and CFODevelop monitoring strategy and protocols with CFO to ensure all services are billed according to schedule for all programs under their supervision.TEAM BUILDER Ensure all programs are adequately staffed and all team members are well trained and supported in their positions.Work with the COO and HR team for staffing needs within their departmentsMake strategic decisions regarding staffing allocations.Provide overtime analysis, on a monthly basis, to CFO and HRWork with program leadership to ensure performance feedback is presented timely.Review all recommendations for termination with HR department.Ensure programs are reviewing and submitting payroll by set timelines.COMMUNICATION – Foster strong communication within and between all programs and the overall organization.Ensure information is relayed throughout all levels of programs in a way that builds teams, and all team members receive the information needed.Ensure cross-program and organizational reports are detailed and correct.Participates in the executive team meetings, leadership meetings administrative team meetings, health and safety meetings and ad hoc project teams as assigned.The ability to effectively and efficiently use computers or mobile devices to input, access, modify, or output information. This includes the ability to quickly access, store and retrieve data.All Other Duties as AssignedPhysical ExpectationsThis position requires extended periods of walking and standing with some periods of sitting – depending on the needs and activities of the individuals supported. It may require light to heavy lifting and occasional stooping, kneeling, bending, and/or climbing stairs again depending on the needs of the individual supported. The position will require occasional physical intervention if confronted by a person displaying combative or potentially dangerous behavior.Working ConditionsOffice/home environment with noises from appliances, office equipment, and facility/maintenance team. May be exposed to blood borne pathogens and/or infectious diseases.CORE COMPETENCIES:Excellent communication skills both orally and in written form.Strong computer skills.Provide support and advocacy for individuals with developmental disabilities.Must possess self-motivation and autonomy.Must be flexible, reliable, and dependable.Ability to plan and prioritize to meet deadlines.QUALIFICATIONSProgressive management experience in the field of disability services for 8+ years. Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s preferred in a Human Service field.Must have successfully managed a budget of $5M+Demonstrated leadership in the areas of substantial program growth.Proven ability to increase quality and efficiency through development and implementation of systems and policies.Successful experience developing strong teams.Experience leading teams with a minimum of 40 employees.Must obtain and maintain training and certification in all required areas such asAbuse/Neglect, CPR, First Aid, Level I Medication Administration, Positive Behavior Supports and MANDT.Must obtain a Class E driver’s license during new hire orientation– must carry minimum coverage applicable by law for auto insurance.Must Receive Seasonal Flu VaccinationMust Receive Covid-19 VaccinationEqual Opportunity Employer

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    Create Your Career With Us!Join our not-for-profit organization that has provided over 100 years of housing and services to seniors with a commitment to quality care and service in a Christian environment.Facility: GSS HI KaneoheLocation: Kaneohe, HIAddress: 45-090 Namoku St, Kaneohe, HI 96744, USAShift: 10 Hours Rotating ShiftsJob Schedule: Full timeWeekly Hours: 40. 00Job SummaryPrepares, assemble baked goods, cooks, seasons and portions food for patients/residents, staff, and visitors of the designated facility, preparing and serving food within guidelines of menu and dietary requirements. Adheres to food quality standards of appearance, taste, temperature and sanitation. Performs washing and cleaning duties to insure sanitation and cleanliness in cooking and serving areas. Maintains labeling and storage of food, equipment, and machinery. Prepares and provides the highest quality and safest food possible to patients/residents, co-workers, team members and guests.Works with many internal customers, requiring above average communication as well as excellent team work skills.Displays ability to cook, function and thrive in a dynamic and changing culinary environment. Follows standardized recipes and Hazardous Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) guidelines to prepare, store and use food and food products. Documents HACCP steps, temperatures and outcomes to assure the safest food possible while following production sheets for daily and weekly menus. Operates equipment such as, but not limited to, mixers, slicers, kettles, combination ovens, food grinders, food processors, ovens, stovetops, induction burners, grills, deep fat fryers, knives, dishwashers, garbage disposals, refrigerators and freezers.Possesses ability to work independently when necessary. Possesses an understanding of food safety and sanitation processes. Exhibits understanding of basic math to appropriately measure alongside displaying proficiency in reading and understanding recipes. Demonstrates ability to be on feet for the majority of the day and walk far distances throughout the hospital.QualificationsHigh school diploma or equivalent preferred.Possesses ability to read, write and follow oral and written directions. Ability to perform basic math. Minimum of six months of applicable experience preferred. On-the-job training will be provided.Depending upon location of hire, Serv Safe may be required to obtain within a designated time frame. Additional endorsements to Serv Safe may be required depending upon location. Fulfill annual continuing education requirements of the department and facility including departmental meetings, safety education and mandatory in-services.Basic Life Support (BLS) may be required depending upon location requirements.Depending on location, may be required to drive. Valid Driver's License may be required.BenefitsThe Good Samaritan Society offers an attractive benefits package for qualifying full-time and part-time employees. Depending on eligibility, a variety of benefits include health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, life insurance, a 401(k) retirement plan, work/life balance benefits, and a generous time off package to maintain a healthy home-work balance. For more information about Total Rewards, visit https://sanfordcareers.Com/benefits .The Good Samaritan Society is an EEO/AA Employer M/F/Disability/Vet. If you are an individual with a disability and would like to request an accommodation for help with your online application, please call 1-877-673-0854 or send an email to talent@sanfordhealth.org .The Good Samaritan Society has a Drug Free Workplace Policy. An accepted offer will require a drug screen and pre-employment background screening as a condition of employment.Req Number: R-0132616Job Function: Facilities and General ServicesFeatured: No

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    Ed Technician- Part Time  

    - Neenah

    Why ThedaCare?Living A Life Inspired!Our new vision at ThedaCare is bold, ambitious, and ignited by a shared passion to provide outstanding care. We are inspired to reinvent health care by becoming a proactive partner in health, enriching the lives of all and creating value in everything we do. Each of us are called to take action in delivering higher standards of care, lower costs and a healthier future for our patients, our families, our communities and our world.At ThedaCare, our team members are empowered to be the catalyst of change through our values of compassion, excellence, leadership, innovation, and agility. A career means much more than excellent compensation and benefits. Our team members are supported by continued opportunities for learning and development, accessible and transparent leadership, and a commitment to work/life balance. If you’re interested in joining a health care system that is changing the face of care and well-being in our community, we encourage you to explore a future with ThedaCare.Benefits, with a whole-person approach to wellness –Lifestyle Engagemente.G. health coaches, relaxation rooms, health focused apps (Wonder, Ripple), mental health supportAccess & Affordabilitye.G. minimal or zero copays, team member cost sharing premiums, daycareAbout ThedaCare!Summary :UNIT DETAILS (Emergency Department Neenah Hospital):The Neenah Emergency Room is a Level II trauma center as well as a comprehensive stroke center. The care team in the department is highly trained in all aspects of patient care but excels in our primary mission of both trauma and neurological emergency care. The department has 13 beds with 2 dedicated trauma rooms with a focus on timely, patient centered and collaborative care.Job Description:Click the link below to learn why people are choosing ThedaCare:About ThedaCare YouTubeSCHEDULE:Flexibility during the week with working hours12 hour shiftsEvery 3rd weekend is required to work (Sat & Sun)Rotating holiday schedule requiredThe Emergency Department Technician performs a variety of functions in support of patient care under close/general supervision by licensed team members (RN, APC, or physician).KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES:Receives direction and assignments from licensed team members and provides technical support to optimize patient care. Reports on the condition of the patient to the appropriate licensed team members to ensure safe, quality patient care.Administers medication under the supervision of licensed team members in accordance with ThedaCare’s approved list.Completes documentation based on procedures and care provided to ensure an accurate and complete medical record.Reinforces patient education under the direction of licensed team members to ensure the continuum of care. Assists with patient transport to other departments as appropriate. Assists in maintaining a safe environment by cleaning equipment, stocking supplies, and turning over rooms as required.QUALIFICATIONS:High school diploma or GED One-year applicable healthcare experienceAmerican Heart Association Basic Life Support (BLS)ACLS and PALS within 6 months of hireState of Wisconsin paramedic license or LPN licensePHYSICAL DEMANDS:Ability to move freely (standing, stooping, walking, bending, pushing, and pulling) and lift up to a maximum of fifty (50) pounds without assistance Job classification is exposed to blood borne pathogens (blood or bodily fluids) while performing job dutiesScheduled Weekly Hours:24Scheduled FTE:0.6Location:ThedaCare Regional Medical Center Neenah Neenah,WisconsinOvertime Exempt:No

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    Billing & Ar Collector  

    - Hartford

    Billing & AR CollectorThe Billing & AR Collector will report to the Manager of Billing Operations and Analysis in Hartford, CT.This position is hybrid. Would require to be in the Hartford office 3 days out of the week. (Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday)Did we mention you'll be working in a national historic park? Our office is in the newly renovated Colt Armory. A mixed-use space that blends history with modern technology. Located in the historic Coltsville section of the city, you'll get all the conveniences of working in Hartford without the downtown traffic or parking challenges.What are the Primary Job Functions of the Billing Specialist?Have a very detailed knowledge and understanding of Foley’s AR collection processPerform Billing process as requiredContact delinquent customers via phone and email for paymentResearch accounts with delinquent balancesAssist with working communications from customers regarding agingWorking in multiple systems for invoice generation and deliveryCreate ad Hoc orders as neededSend invoice notification to customersWhat You Need to Be Successful?Associate degree preferredA position of at least 2 years showing experience in AR collections and billingMultitasker with problem solving skillsIntermediate excel skills preferredWork well under pressure and deadlinesAbility to adapt quickly to the evolving needs of a high-growth businessExcellent customer serviceWork independently and have a passion for process improvementWhy Join Our Team?Foley is an employee-driven organization that regularly solicits employee feedback to create a positive work environment for our growing team. From our employee lounge to our monthly after-hours social gatherings, we give you ample opportunities to connect with your co-workers in a professional, yet relaxed atmosphere. You’ll also look forward to:Advancement opportunitiesCompetitive benefits package including medical, dental and vision401(k) with company matchOnsite market providing fresh food choicesFree onsite parkingWho Are We?We are on the verge of explosive growth.Founded in 1992, we have more than 42,000 clients nationwide – a number which continues to grow as we expand our service offerings. Today we sell DOT compliance programs, background screening services and financial services to the transportation industry. Tomorrow expands from there!People who succeed at Foley and enjoy working here are smart, fun, energetic and creative. We love to win and are not afraid to take risks and learn from our mistakes. If this sounds like you, and you’d like to learn more about the benefits of working here, we encourage you to fill out an application today. A recruiter will follow up with you shortly after to answer your questions and discuss the position in greater detail.

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    Dealership Hospitality Manager In Birmingham, Al  

    - Birmingham

    Overview:Citrin is seeking leaders to join our leadership team as a Dealership Hospitality Account Manager. We are a values-driven, entrepreneurial company that was founded 15 years ago. Today, we are in 15 markets, serve over 60 properties, employ over 700 incredible individuals and are rapidly expanding across the country in an exciting new vertical.We feel strongly that Citrin will evolve into a national brand if we remain focused on creating the best work environment for our team, finding ways to elevate the service we are delivering our clients, and improving ourselves as individuals. We put our customers first by putting our people first. We can only grow if we are able to prepare leaders to grow with us! If these values resonate with you and you are interested in creating a lasting impact with us, our Citrin Management Training Program is awaiting your application!Management Training Program Details:As a management trainee, you can count on this program to prepare you to create your ideal career (regardless of the industry!) Our company is being built exclusively with leaders who develop from our training and guidance from within and externally.Training completion will take between 60 – 90 days (depends on current experience.) The compensation package includes benefits such as weekly pay, performance bonuses, and much more.And you’ll learn what it means to always put our people first. Ours is a culture of friendly competition, which is critical to growing our business — and your success.During the program:You will receive the support, mentoring, and learning you need to be successfulWe’ll teach you how to excel as a leader, customer service, sales and marketing, finance, and operationsStart learning our business working alongside the team in our current locations with possible travel to new customer launches throughout the US.You will be the face of Citrin to our clients and their customers.You will work alongside the team you are leading to help gear towards success.You will learn behind the scenes operational functions and help us shape our organization for growth.In our structured program, you will master the knowledge and skills you need to eventually run your own market and develop your team in 1 – 3 dealerships and 15 – 50+ employees.Responsibilities:What your training develops you for:Oversight of daily valet operations for assigned location(s)Become a leader with entrepreneur mentality and professional communicationMotivate and empower a team to provide world-class hospitalityEffectively manage people and hold them accountable to expectationsCreate and manage the schedule, daily reports, and budget allocationQualifications:Requirements and Preferred Qualifications:A bachelor's degree is preferred but with the right experience not requiredRelocation is not required but may help increase the velocity of your growthMust have at least 1 year of people and operations management experience in a customer focused environment. (Only experienced managers will be considered)Sales, leadership and hospitality experience may include but is not limited to: work in a hotel, retail, commission sales or a serving/restaurant environment; participation or leadership in athletic/team activities; leadership experience in the military or community, social, academic organizations.Must have a valid driver's license with no significant infractionsMust be available to work an average of 45 to 50 hours per week.No drug or alcohol related conviction on your record in the past 5 years (i.E., DUI, DWI).Must be at least 18 years old.Must be authorized to work in the United States and not require work authorization sponsorship by our company for this position now or in the future.Perks of Working for Citrin:Unlimited growth potential as we expand nationallyCulture-based around open communication and personal growthCompetitive compensation and benefitsWeekly pay, PTO, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, and many more!Management bonus incentiveFocus on career growth and mentorshipEmphasis on flexible schedulesFun and motivated co-workersHigher end automotive clientele and cool carsApply today to begin your journey!*All candidates must complete a background and motor vehicle record check after a conditional offer has been made.First Year Total Compensation: $45,000.00 to $50,000.00 /year

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    Forklift Operator/Warehouse Associate  

    - Harrison

    Forklift Operator/Warehouse Teammate (1st & 2nd Shift Sun-Wed or Wed-Sat)Text GEO to 25000Click on the link below to schedule an interview time that fits your schedulehttps://olivia.Paradox.Ai/co/GEODIS/Event/GeodisHiringEvent212Located at: 4337Airbase Road, Ashville, OH 43103*Summary:*The Warehouse Operator II is responsible for operating forklift, pallet jack, and/or other material handling equipment as part of the distribution process within a fast paced warehouse setting. The Warehouse Operator will utilize equipment while performing tasks to include shipping, receiving, unloading, scanning, moving, staging, loading, locating, relocating, and stacki*Requirements:*· High school diploma or GED (General Education Diploma) equivalency· Minimum 1 to 3 months of related experience· Ability to perform these operations using units of American currency and weight measurement, volume, and distance· Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out simple one or two-step instructions· Ability to complete duties with standardized situations with only occasional or no variables*At GEODIS we offer:*\ * Incremental increases every6 months for the first two (2) years and then annually thereafter\ * Annual performance bonus\ * $100 bonus after 90 days\ * Shift Differential $3.00 for 2ndShift\ * Health, Dental, Vision, 401-K, life insurance and other voluntary benefits after 30 days\ *Referral BonusGEODIS isone of the world’s largest leading Supply Chain Operators! At GEODIS, we create with you an infinite amount of career opportunities. As a GEODIAN, you will work hands on with products from hundreds of customers in different industries – retail, healthcare, technology, and more – all within our warehouse distribution centers located globally. No matter what position you are in – you will find yourself contributing to the development and success of your career and our customers.Job Type: Full-time*Schedule:*10 ShiftsOvertimeBonus pay*Education:*High school or equivalent (Preferred)*Experience: 1 Year*Job Type: Full-timePay: $19.00 $22.00 per hourBenefits:* 401(k)* 401(k) matching* Dental insurance* Employee assistance program* Flexible spending account* Health insurance* Health savings account* Life insurance* Paid time off* Parental leave* Referral program* Vision insuranceSchedule:* 10 hour shift* Day shift* Evening shift* Overtime* Weekend availabilitySupplemental pay types:* Bonus payWork Location: One location

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