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Fairfield Inn & Suites – Room Attendants, Night Auditor

The New Renovated Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in Great Barrington is seeking:

Room Attendants – Full and Part Time

Night Auditor – Part Time

Equal opportunity employer, with flexible hours

Apply in person at 249 Stockbridge Road, Great Barrington MA, or send resume to ffi.gbrfi.gm@marriott.com

Building Inspector

The City of Pittsfield is seeking a qualified individual to fill the position of Local Building Inspector. Under the Building Commissioner, the candidate’s responsibilities will include reviewing building permit applications, drawings and specifications; and further issue building permits. Additionally, the Building Inspector will perform required inspections and annual inspections as per 780 CMR, issue certificates of occupancy and certificates of inspection, investigate building code and zoning violations as well as complaints from city officials and citizens of Pittsfield, and take necessary actions to correct the violation. The candidate will also examine and/or approve plans and specifications for new buildings and structures, and also for repairs and alterations to existing buildings and structures. Inspector will perform other duties as assigned.

Salary: $41,984 – $44,098 annually

Deadline to apply: Monday, April 6, 2015


  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • At least five (5) years’ experience in the supervision of building construction or design. An associate’s degree in a related field may be constituted as an equivalent.
  • Certification by the Board of Building Regulations and Standards in accordance with the provisions of 780 CMR R7.
  • Current and valid Massachusetts driver’s license.
  • General knowledge of requirements for building construction, fire prevention, lighting, ventilation, as well as all equipment and materials essential for safety.
  • Ability to deal effectively with the public.

To apply, please visit our careers page, https://CityOfPittsfield.Hyrell.com

Sheeter Helper for Grade 3

We’re looking for Sheeter Helpers to join our Finishing Dept. within the Currency Division, based in Dalton, MA. These positions are at the Grade 3 Level.

The Sheeter Helper is responsible for inspecting, notching, counting, stacking, scanning and wrapping paper which comes off the Sheeters in the Finishing Department.  The Sheeter Helper moves on a rotational basis, between four or five work stations; Inspector/Notcher, Counter, Stacker, Runner and Scanner and is responsible for completing the processes at each work station adhering to quality standards and performing the work in a safe manner.  The Sheeter Helper may also be required to fill in at the Shrink Wrap station.  Work requirements will vary according to the Sheeter the Sheeter Helper is working on.


  • Visually inspect paper for defects
  • Remove paper which does not meet quality standards
  • Square reams of inspected paper
  • Inspect random sheets on light box
  • Notch reams of paper
  • Operate Counting Machine
  • Operate the Scanning Machine
  • Ensure accurate quantity of paper in each ream by adding/removing paper as needed for each ream
  • Prepare samples from each skid, correctly labeling each
  • Squarely stack reams of paper on skids
  • Take relative humidity readings for each skid and accurately record results
  • Ensure accurate ream count for each skid
  • Wrap and label each skid
  • Move full skids from stacking station to wrapping area
  • Resupply wrapping paper as needed in dispenser
  • Properly label and move baled broke from baler
  • Properly label and move skid broke to designated area.
  • Use the SMART System for ream tracking
  • Operate power truck/hand truck
  • Assist with removing jammed paper from the Sheeter
  • Assist with roll changes on the Sheeter
  • Assist with routine machine cleaning
  • Perform general housekeeping maintenance


  • High School diploma or equivalent
  • Prefer industrial experience
  • Ability to demonstrate the skills and meet the criteria of a Grade 3 as outlined in the Sheeter Helper Grade 3 Certification
  • Possess basic mathematical skills
  • Possess basic computer knowledge
  • Must have proven ability to work as part of a team
  • Willing and able to pass a Power Truck Certification class
  • Ability to read, write, keep neat and accurate records, and follow written and verbal instructions
  • Ability to understand and follow operating/job procedures and work in a safe manner
  • Willing to train new members of the department
  • Must be willing and able to understand the quality requirements of Crane & Co., Inc.’s products, and his/her role in ensuring this quality
  • Ability to pass and maintain security clearance through the US Treasury Dept.

Crane offers a competitive benefits package to full-time employees, including health, dental, vision, and life insurance, a 401k match and more.

Qualified candidates are invited to apply via our careers page at www.careersatcrane.com.

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Inventory Control Specialist

We are currently looking for an Inventory Control Specialist to join our Stationery Division located in North Adams, MA.

Primary functions include various tasks as part of the Supply Chain / Distribution Team.  This team maintains responsibilities in three discrete locations within the Crane Stationery Division.

Initially, this position works from the Annex Distribution Center, and is responsible for the accurate and timely fulfillment of customer orders utilizing J.D. Edwards and the Pick-to-Light order processing method.

The Inventory Control Specialist will work closely with Supervision, Customer Service, Quality Assurance and Quality Control.  Responsibilities include order processing, stock put away and replenishment, inventory reconciliation, packing, palletizing and stretch wrapping of orders, manifesting/shipment of products, labeling, etc.

Later tasks and duties will include Power Truck Certification, Raw Materials and Work-In-Process Component Cycle Counting, Replenishment, Supply Chain Metrics, Stock Transfers, and Order Receiving, and Mailroom activities.

Across all functions, tasks also include working with related components such as cartons, labels and information systems such as J.D. Edwards, Mail Order Management (catalog programs), Electronic Data Information (E.D.I.), bills of lading, and radio frequency bar code scanning system and all related inventory control systems and tasks.


  • Must be able to perform all Shipping/Warehouse functions according to established processes and procedures
  • Perform various inventory and replenishment tasks at all three locations
  • Responsible to input data electronically, and fill out all related documentation, i.e. debiting, J.D. Edwards Transactions, Cycle Count Inputs and E.D.I.
  • Must maintain general computer skills
  • Meet established order picking standards
  • Operate mechanical and powered move equipment like lift trucks, and stand up riders
  • Accurately perform cycle counts and inventory reconciliations
  • Must maintain a clean and safe work area
  • Must function as an effective member of a team
  • Must follow daily stretching exercise schedules and participate in all programs to reduce CTD’s


  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Ability to read a ruler and/or tape measure
  • Ability to perform basic mathematical functions
  • Experience with warehousing, JD Edwards and/or EDI, preferred
  • Ability to read, write and keep neat and accurate records
  • Must be willing and able to understand and follow written and verbal procedures or instructions
  • Ability to learn J.D. Edwards electronic processing methods, using basic computer keyboard skills.  (Training in advanced processing is expected.)
  • Willing to work any shift arrangement and overtime as needed
  • Willing to work in all areas of the Company
  • Operate and obtain licensing certification for powered industrial trucks.
  • Ability to understand and fill out all shipping related documents, bills of lading, manifests etc.
  • Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and possess own transportation
  • Must be able to work with minimal supervision and be capable of making decisions independently

Crane offers a competitive benefits package to full-time employees, including health, dental, vision, and life insurance, a 401k match and more.

Qualified candidates are invited to apply via our careers page at www.careersatcrane.com.

Project coordinator, Chemistry, Science or Engineering with Customer Service


MOLARI Employment and HealthCare Services is seeking a Temporary Entry-Level Project Coordinator to provide client support in sample receiving and project technical requirements per standards.
Essential Duties
• Responsible for effective communication and follow through between clients and company on incoming project technical details.
• Inspect incoming clients supplied specimens and determine the required samples adhere to specified methods and protocols.
• Administrative duties; include but not limited to receiving/shipping samples, answering phones, scanning, proofing technical requirements, archive completed work and assist with technical requirements per standards.
Job Responsibilities
• Create Project Folders for adherence to requirements to both clients test request and specifications.
• Ensure clients supplied test specimens are inspected for adherence to test specifications and methods.
• Create specimen preparation based on the client’s requests and testing specification.
• Identify test materials with unique Project Number.
• Place the uniquely identified test materials into identified and appropriate storage locations for testing.
• Communicate relevant technical information requirements with the client concerning specimen deficiencies, clarification of requirements, and additional information required for testing requested.
• Liaison with outsource service providers concerning requirements on test procedures, appropriate specimen requirements.
• Create Project schedules of testing based on the required specifications and methods.
• Track test progress for projects to ensure all work is being performed and completed on schedule.
Qualifications / Experience
• Minimum 5 years Customer Service experience (plastic inspection & testing service a plus)    Associates degree in Chemistry, Engineering or Science.
• Essential skills include computer literacy, typing, organization, excellent verbal and written communication skills, and ability to understand technical aspects of the testing requirements for communication with customers.
80 Center Street, Pittsfield, MA 01201, Call Liz or Nicole: 413-499-4546
email: Liz@molariinc.com, nicole@molariinc.com, www.molariinc.com