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Two positions at Kmart in Great Barrington – Part Time

Softlines Merchandiser

Job Function: Customer Service
Employment Category: Regular, Part-time
State: Massachussetts (MA)
State or Province/City: GREAT BARRINGTON
Location: 546 STOCKBRIDGE RD,GREAT BARRINGTON, MA 01230, US
Post Code: 01230
Post Date: 07/21/2014
Brand: Kmart
Business Unit: Stores – Kmart
Store: 09146: GREAT BARRINGTON, MA
Provides “World Class” Member Service by surprising and delighting our members every day. Ensures basic and seasonal replenishment and merchandising and operational programs are established and maintained to improve sales and profitability in one or more department(s). Works in conjunction with the Department Lead in maintaining merchandise assortments and pricing integrity.

• Ensures customer care and selling are #1 priority
• Knows the store, services and location of merchandise. Tours area of responsibility and maintains visual appearance of department
• Makes eye contact, smiles and greets all customers that come within 10 feet. Demonstrates “take the customer to the merchandise” policy. Assists in handling and solving customer needs, issues or complaints
• Demonstrates strong skill set in suggestive selling techniques
• Ensures that promotional programs and Ads are maintained, signed and replenished for the entire event or ad
• Checks discounted clearance merchandise weekly and ensure that items are properly ticketed
• Supports all pricing, signing and display guidelines set by the pricing team
• Supports all layouts and unit integrity as set by the Data Integrity team
• Meets or exceeds the daily and hourly sales goals established for the department
• Supports Counter Detail Program
• Uses visual merchandising presentation to drive sales and maximize gross margin dollars
• Maintains unit integrity and pricing accuracy to prevent waste
• Keeps up to date on product knowledge, trends and seasonality that impacts assortment and merchandising
• Understands basic apparel standards in regards to rack and wall merchandising, colors, styles and signing
• Processes inbound freight and organizes per instructions
• Strong reading, writing, verbal, and arithmetic skills
• Ability to lift and move merchandise, typically a minimum of 20lbs., but could be as much as 100lbs.
• Ability to understand and follow verbal and written instructions
• Repetitive bending, lifting, stretching and reaching
• Positive and friendly demeanor Ability to be cross trained

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Cashiers

Job Function: Customer Service
Employment Category: Regular, Part-time
State: Massachussetts (MA)
State or Province/City: GREAT BARRINGTON
Location: 546 STOCKBRIDGE RD,GREAT BARRINGTON, MA 01230, US
Post Code: 01230
Post Date: 07/21/2014
Brand: Kmart
Business Unit: Stores – Kmart
Store: 09146: GREAT BARRINGTON, MA
Responsible for providing excellent customer service, efficiently and accurately completing sales and service transactions at the cash wraps, as well as handle customer issues that may arise on the sales floor.

Open Positions at Molari

 Employment Services

Open Positions

Job Title: Print Technician  (2)                                           Hours: 7 to 7

Job Description: Support printer by assisting in operation of rotogravure printing press. Prepare press for use; clean equipment; change cylinders; load ink. Maintain production and quality. Learn computer operated control panel operation; operate web video system.

Requirements:
Ability to discriminate color
Experienced in use of computers
Mechanical ability
Must work well on a team
Must work 12-hour swing shift

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Job Title: Lab Technician (1)                                        Hours: 6 to 6

Job Description: See details  Print Technician above; work in the Lab entails the developmental phase of product designs, while the job description is the same

Requirements:
Ability to discriminate color
Experienced in use of computers
Mechanical ability
Must work well on a team
Must work 12-hour swing shift

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Job Title: Finishing  Technician (1)                               Hours: 7 to 7

Job Description: Position rolls for wrapping; weighing rolls and labeling them for shipment.

Requirements:
Mechanical ability
Must work well on a team
Must work 12-hour swing shift

Call Nick or Nicole: 413.499.4546Email: nick@molariinc.com, nicole@molariince.com

www.molariinc.com

Job Opportunities at The Brien Center – Part & Full Time

Career Opportunities – July 25, 2014

The following require a HS Diploma/GED and may require additional education/experience as notated:

Client Services Support – Part-Time in Pittsfield

  • This position provides clerical and medical record support in our Child and Adolescent Community Service Office. Duties include greeting guests, registering clients and processing co-pays, filing, typing, and other general clerical duties. 1-2 years of prior medical reception/office experience required.

Community Based Recovery Facilitator/Case Worker – Part-Time in Pittsfield

  • This position works as a member of a team to provide opportunities for individuals to develop skills to be used on their journey of recovery for personal growth with hope and optimism focusing on working with individuals in their pursuits of independence. 4-year degree preferred or 3-5 years human services experience.

Direct Care Support/Specialist/Recovery Facilitator(s) – Full-Time, Part-Time and Per-Diem in Pittsfield and North Adams

  • Provides assistance in the long-term chronic mentally ill population with daily living activities, and passes medications in accordance with MAP, while providing outreach as needed. Available in our Acute Services, Adult/Family, Community- Based Supports, Children/Adolescent and Substance Abuse Programs. 4-year degree in Human Services or related field OR 5 years Human Services experience required for Direct Care Specialist position.

Peer Mentor(s) – Part-Time in Pittsfield

  • These positions actively support and assist youth by improving their quality of life by modeling, being an active listener, and sharing the reality of wellness and recovery, while promoting person-centered self determination and decision making through the use of their own recovery stories and lived experience. Minimum of 6 months to 1 year of personal recovery with “lived experience”.

Program Assistant(s) – Per-Diem in North Adams

  • In our Adult Day Health Program, these positions direct recreational and physical activities, provide assistance to participants in daily living and provide rehabilitative and maintenance services according to participants care plan. 3 years of recent experience working with the elderly or chronically disabled and First Aid and CPR Certification required.

Site Supervisor(s) – Community  and Acute Services – Full-Time in Pittsfield

  • These positions include responsibility for site operations and Direct Care/Recovery Facilitator staff development, staff supervision and implementation of treatment plans.

The following require a Bachelor’s Degree and may require additional education/experience as notated:

Intensive Care Coordinator I – Full-Time in Pittsfield

  • Facilitate the development of the Care Planning Team (CPT) and convene and facilitate meetings with this team to develop a child and family-centered Individual Care Plan, and to develop a risk management/safety plan in collaboration with the CPT, and to identify natural supports while assisting with system navigation, family advocacy and support.

Outreach Case Manager – Full-Time in Pittsfield

  • This position provides case management for persons-served The Continuum under the Caring Together program. The Outreach Case Manager will coordinate and collaborate with youths, families, residential treatment providers, clinicians and others regarding treatment plan development, strategies for intervention and implementation. 4-year degree in a related-field is required.

Youth Substance Abuse Specialist – Part-Time in Pittsfield

  • This position provides substance abuse assessment and education to a caseload of students within Berkshire County schools. Presentations to middle and high school classes using a provided substance abuse curriculum is expected.  The specialist will also consult with school personnel and other youth service organizations as needed. Experience in Substance Abuse Counseling/Training and working with the child/adolescent population required. Excellent oral and written presentation skills required.

The following require a Master’s Degree and may require additional education/experience as notated:

Child and Adolescent In-Home Therapist(s) – Full-Time in Pittsfield

  • These individuals will work as part of a dynamic team, providing In-Home Behavioral Health Services. Also completing diagnostic mental health assessment and providing treatment for youth and caregivers on an outreach basis throughout Berkshire County.

Clinical Service Coordinator I or II – Caring Together Program – Part-Time in Pittsfield

  • This position provides mental health treatment and psychotherapy, case management, and treatment planning for youth and families receiving Caring Together services. Caring Together is a newly awarded contract that will provide a “Continuum” of community-based wraparound services that are designed to maintain youth within their homes and support families as their primary caregivers. Position requires independent license in social work or mental health counseling (LICSW or LMHC) OR eligibility and receipt of license within 6 months of eligibility date.

Clinicians (Social Workers/Mental Health Counselors) – Available in the following Divisions: Adult, Child and Adolescent Outpatient; Acute Services; Substance Use Disorders – Full and Part-Time and Fee-For-Service in all of Berkshire County

  • These positions provide a full continuum of therapeutic and clinical services. These services are provided for children, adolescents, adults and families in a variety of settings throughout Berkshire County and include risk assessment, crisis intervention, family support and psychotherapy. All clinicians must receive license in Social Work or Mental Health Counseling within 6 months of eligibility date. Emergency Services Clinicians do not require license eligibility.

Clinician – Structured Outpatient Addiction Program – Full-Time in North Adams

  • This position is responsible for the daily operation of the Structured Outpatient Addiction Program. Responsibilities include person-served admission, participation and discharge and the implementation of the psycho-educational curriculums including group facilitation. License-eligibility (LICSW or LMHC) and experience with substance use disorders treatment required.

Community Services Clinician (Licensed Practitioner of the Healing Arts) – Full-Time in Pittsfield

  • This position provides recovery services to adults within the Community-Based Flexible Supports Program in Central Berkshire County. All clinicians must receive license in Social Work or Mental Health Counseling within 6 months of eligibility date.

Intensive Care Coordinator II – Full-Time in Pittsfield

  • Facilitate the development of the Care Planning Team (CPT) and convene/facilitate meetings with the team to develop child and family-centered Individual Care Plan. Also develops a risk management/safety plan in collaboration with the CPT, identifying natural supports while assisting with system navigation, family advocacy and support.

Program Supervisor – Transitional Services – Full-Time Countywide

  • This position manages the TSP program, which includes services provided to three Brien Center outpatient locations, inpatient psychiatric programs, detox facilities, county jails and other locations within Berkshire County. The focus of this position is to provide interim screening, monitoring and intervention services to persons in need as they transition from a higher level of care to outpatient services. This position requires an independent license in social work (LICSW) or mental health counseling (LMHC).

The following positions require a professional license or certification in the State of Massachusetts:

Registered Nurses AND/OR LPNs – Full and Part-Time and Per-Diem in Pittsfield and North Adams

  • Provides psychiatric nursing care, i.e., assessment, medication, education and monitoring of medication regimes and supervision of the general healthcare of residential clients. Also provides supervision for residents while assisting in daily living activities.

Opportunities Include:

  • Per-Diem LPN in our Acute Services Residential Program in Pittsfield
  • Part-Time LPN in our Child Crisis Stabilization Unit in Pittsfield

**We are currently accepting applications for Undergrad and Graduate Field Placements. Human Services Degrees including Social Work and Counseling Psychology are encouraged to apply!**

Benefits Include: Extraordinary leave time accrual, Health Insurance with an available Health Reimbursement Account; Dental; Vision; Disability and Life Insurance and Flexible Spending. Also, Competitive salary with supplemental “overflow” for outpatient clinician positions and free supervision towards licensure (where applicable).

A pre-employment CORI and RMV background check are required.

The Brien Center is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

Join our team of 450+ in providing high quality support to individuals with psychiatric disabilities and substance abuse to facilitate their recovery process and to gain independence in the community.

To apply, please send cover letter and resume to:                  

The Brien Center

Human Resources Department       or      apply online at: www.briencenter.org  

PO Box 4219

Pittsfield, MA 01202-4219

Swing Shift Manufacturing/Interprint, Molari

 

TEMPORARY TO PERMANENT – MANUFACTURING POSITIONS

INTERPRINT partners with MOLARI to fill manufacturing positions. If you are interested in working at Interprint in one of our manufacturing positions please contact MOLARI. If you are selected, you will work approximately 4-6 months as a temporary employee gaining experience and determining if Interprint is the right place for you.

Interprint, Inc. is a designer and printer of decor paper used as the design layer in laminate surfaces such as countertops, flooring, furniture, store fixtures and a host of other applications.

EMPLOYMENT:
We are currently looking for individuals who are willing to learn our unique business. We offer on the job training so that you will have the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to become a regular employee. Our goal is to hire dedicated, responsible individuals who are looking for a career at Interprint.

HOURS:
Rotating 12 hour swing shifts, non-negotiable. Approximately 48 – 60 hours per week.

Days: Monday – Friday, (6 a.m. – 6 p.m.) or (7 a.m. – 7 p.m.) depending on dept.
Nights: Monday -Thursday (6 p.m. – 6 a.m.) or (7 p.m. – 7 a.m.) depending on dept.

 

Requirements :
Must have own RELIABLE transportation.
Must have high school diploma or equivalent

 

 

80 Center Street, Pittsfield, MA  01201, Call Nick or Nicole:  413-499-4546

email: nick@molariinc.com, nicole@molariinc.comwww.molariinc.com

 

Faculty positions BCC

Title of Position:        Assistant Professor – Practical Nursing (PN) Full-time, tenure-track MCCC Unit Position Salary:                        Estimated range $46,104 – $53,387* (per MCCC contract) with benefits Effective:                        Fall 2014


Position Overview:  Supervision and evaluation of students in a team-taught, 41-week Practical Nursing (P.N.) certificate program to include simulation lab experiences.  Provide 15 credit hours of classroom and on-campus and off-campus clinical instruction (day, weekend, and/or evening assignments) each semester.  Assist with preparation of reports required by governing agencies.  Use technology effectively to communicate with students and colleagues as well as to enhance classroom learning as appropriate; integrate simulation technology into the practical nursing curriculum. Serve on college committees as elected or appointed.  Maintain competence through academic and professional credentials, continuing education, and professional growth. Responsible for student advising, college service, community service, and professional development in accordance with MCCC agreement.

Required Qualifications:  Current Massachusetts Registered Nurse (RN) license in good standing; possess an earned bachelor’s degree in nursing (master’s degree in nursing preferred); possess a minimum of five years full-time nursing experience, or its equivalent, within the last eight years, with at least three years in nursing education; and maintain expertise appropriate to responsibilities.  Evidence of clinical competence in area of clinical instruction.  Commitment to support student-centered, outcomes-based education.  Ability to incorporate multiple instructional strategies, including simulation, and integrate computer technology common in nursing practice and education.  Ability to work effectively with a diverse faculty, staff, and student body.  Background appropriate to teach Fundamentals of Nursing, Acute Medical/Surgical Nursing, and Gerontological Nursing.  Demonstrated excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills.   Preferred:  Master’s Degree in Nursing.  Demonstrated excellent teaching skills including using interactive and varied pedagogical strategies.  Demonstrated progression in nursing leadership roles.  Teaching experience in higher education, preferably at a community college.   *Full-time is defined as 2 semesters of instruction:  September to mid-December & mid-January to mid-May. Practical Nursing program requires additional days of instruction with additional compensation (approximately $10,517 – $12,178 as per the provisions of MCCC contract) beyond the estimated range stated above.   Application Procedures:  For consideration, submit cover letter, resume, names and telephone numbers of three current professional references, and a one-page statement containing your philosophy of teaching practical nursing at a community college to Berkshire Community College, 1350 West Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201 or email to snichols@berkshirecc.edu.   A teaching demonstration will be required as part of the interview process.   Application Closing Date:  August 8, 2014

 

 

 

 

______________________________________________________________________________________   Date:                           July 24, 2014 Title of Position:        Adjunct Faculty (non-benefitted) Salary:                        Per MCCC DCE Contract:  $952 per credit @ Step 1 Effective:                    Fall 2014


Description of Duties:  Adjunct faculty to teach during the day, evening, or on-line (as noted) in the following areas:

A.D. Nursing (M.S.N. required) Health Information Management
Anthropology (on-line) Philosophy (on-line)
Biology Physical Fitness-Fitness for Life
Chemistry Practical Nursing (B.S.N. required)
Communication (on-line or on-ground) Sociology

                                                            Teaching opportunities are available on main campus and at off-campus sites in downtown Pittsfield, Great Barrington, and North Adams. Qualifications:  Master’s degree preferred in some disciplines.  Teaching experience preferred.  Experience with online and hybrid teaching and experiential learning preferred Application Procedures:  For consideration, send cover letter, resume, and a list of names and telephone numbers for three (3) recent job-related references to the Human Resources Office, Berkshire Community College, 1350 West Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201.  snichols@berkshirecc.edu Application Closing Date:  August 8, 2014  


Berkshire Community College is an affirmative action/equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate on basis of race, creed, religion, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, maternity leave, military service, and national origin in its education programs or employment. All inquiries concerning application of the above should be directed to the Deborah Cote, Vice President for Human Resources, Affirmative Action Officer, and Coordinator of Title IX and Section 504, at 413-499-4660, ext 1022, Susan B. Anthony Annex Building, Room A19.

Part Time Jobs/ Museum of Contemporary Rural Life, New Lebanon

Behold! New Lebanon

The Nation’s First Living Museum of

Contemporary Rural American Life

 

Job Opportunities

 

Schedule: Behold! New Lebanon programs will run: Friday, August 29 –Monday, Sept 1; Friday, September 12-Sunda6y, September 14; Friday. October 10 – Monday, October 13; Friday. October 31 – Sunday, November 2. The Visitor Center will be open starting Thursday of the weekends programs are operating.  Participation in the training program for all jobs will be required.

 

If you are interested in any of these jobs, please email a resume and cover letter explaining why you believe you are suited for the job to Erminia Rasmussen erminiaras@gmail.com

Visitor Center Manager

The Visitor Center Manager will be charged with the smooth running of the Behold! New Lebanon Visitor Center. S/he will be in charge of all aspects of the Center’s operation including ticket and shop sales, directions, and tourist advice  and will supervise its paid and volunteer staff. Located at 14398 NY 22 (at the Shedman), the Center will be open 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM  Thus – Sunday or Monday depending on the weekend.

A successful candidate will be highly organized, computer literate, patient, friendly, and a skilled manager. S/he will be calm in the face of difficulties and upbeat about the program and New Lebanon.

Pay $ 15 per hour for a total of 18 days @ $ 2,580 for the season.

 

Program Manager

The Program Manager will coordinate and oversee all aspects of the programs associated with Behold! New Lebanon. The Manager’s goal will be to ensure a smooth program operation. S/he will confirm all program presenters, assign Program Associates to assist them, troubleshoot problems, oversee the evaluation process and assist in making every program a success for both the presenters and the visitors.

A successful candidate will be highly organized, computer literate, patient, friendly and insightful. S/he will be a skilled and diplomatic manager, calm in the face of crisis and determined to help each presenter shine.

Pay @ $ 15 per hour for a total of  up to18 days @ $ 2,580 for the season.

Program Assistants (3)

Program Assistants will be assigned to help each Program Presenter. Duties will range from set up and clean up to distribution of surveys, answering questions, assisting visitors, and helping during the program.

Successful candidates will be smart, attentive to detail, personable, flexible, helpful and interested in learning what the presenters teach.

Pay @ $ 12 per hour for a total of up to 18 days @ $ 1,872 for the season

 

Center Staff (2)

            Center staff will work under the supervision of the Center Manger to ensure the smooth and pleasant operation of the Visitor Center. Duties may range from ticket and shop sales, to offering program advice, directions and answering visitor’s questions.

Successful candidates will be helpful, personable, diplomatic and organized and interested in visitor services.

Pay @ $ 12 per hour for a total of 18 days @ $ 1,872 for the season