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  1. Community Service Officers – Internship/Job – FT Temporary – Out of Area

    February 1, 2016 by careers

    The Nantucket Massachusetts Police Department is requesting your assistance in recruiting suitable persons for the position of Community Service Officer for the 2016 Summer Season.

    Community Service Officers (CSO) are not armed and perform a variety of duties and services in support of basic police operations and functions which do not require the legal powers of a sworn police officer. This experience can prove to be invaluable to any individual who desires to enter the field of law, law enforcement or any of the social sciences. CSO’s are generally assigned to bicycle, foot patrol and beach patrol. CSO’s are required to purchase their own uniforms to Department specifications. The Department does provide duty belts and other duty equipment other than basic uniform apparel. The starting hourly rate for CSO’s is $16.00 per hour. Housing for the summer is available for $95.00 per week.

    The hiring process consists of a criminal background check, oral interview and a physical examination. The interviews are scheduled to occur April 2 & 3, 2016. For successful applicants, there will be a training program scheduled to start on June 6, 2016 and then employment will continue through Labor Day. A copy of our employment application can be obtained from the Department web site at http://www.nantucket-ma.gov/195/Police-Department. You can either print or complete the application on your computer. It is suggested that you use Adobe Acrobat® Reader to complete the application. The deadline for completed applications to be mailed with ORIGINAL signatures is February 28, 2016. FAX copies will not be accepted.

     


  2. Reserve Police Officers – FT Temporary – Out of Area

    February 1, 2016 by careers

    The Nantucket Massachusetts Police Department is requesting your assistance in recruiting suitable persons for the position of Reserve Police Officer for the 2016 Summer Season. In order to qualify for a Reserve Police Officer position you must have previously COMPLETED an approved Basic Reserve/ Intermittent Police Academy.

    Reserve Police Officers are armed and perform a variety of duties and services in support of basic police operations and functions. Reserve Police officers are generally assigned to bicycle or foot patrol and are scheduled to work day and night shifts. Reserve Officers are required to purchase their own uniforms to Department specifications. The Department does provide duty belts and other duty equipment other than basic uniform apparel. The starting hourly rate for Reserve’s is $18.00 per hour. Housing for the summer is available for $95.00 per week.

    The hiring process consists of a criminal background check, oral interview and a physical examination. The interviews are scheduled to occur April 2 & 3, 2016. For successful applicants, there will be a training program scheduled to start on June 6, 2016 and then employment will continue through Labor Day. A copy of our employment application can be obtained from the Department web site at http://www.nantucket-ma.gov/195/Police-Department. You can either print or complete the application on your computer. It is suggested that you use Adobe Acrobat® Reader to complete the application. The deadline for completed applications to be mailed with ORIGINAL signatures is February 28, 2016. FAX copies will not be accepted.


  3. FT Temporary – Out of Area – Student Internship

    February 1, 2016 by careers

    UNITED STATES PROBATION & PRETRIAL SERVICES OFFICE DISTRICT OF MASSACHUSETTS

    NOTICE OF VACANCY

    POSITION TITLE: Student Interns

    POSITION TYPE: Full-Time Temporary (FTT), Excepted Service

    ANNOUNCEMENT #: #16-01

    LOCATION: Boston, Lawrence, Springfield, Taunton or Worcester, MA

    CLASSIFICATION LEVEL: CL 21/1 ($ 10.83 per hour)*

    * Starting salary depending on experience and location

    OPENS: January 15, 2016             CLOSES: Until Filled

    The U.S Probation & Pretrial Services Office for the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts is currently accepting applications for full-time student intern positions. It is expected that interns will be selected to work in any of our five locations in Boston, Lawrence, Springfield, Taunton and Worcester, as needed. The term of the appointments are expected to extend for up to a period of one year.

    Position Overview

    The incumbent may be asked to perform a variety of duties throughout the Probation Office. These may include entering documents into the office’s case management system, greeting and directing visitors to the Probation Office, copying, scanning and organizing case files. Provide support to Probation Officers, as needed. Special projects, as assigned.

    Qualifications

    Applicants for this position must be able to deal effectively with the staff of the Probation Office and the public. The individual selected must understand and abide by the rules, policies and regulations of the Court. He or she must possess the ability to function as a replacement worker for other workers in leave status. General computer and word processing skills, including a working proficiency in Microsoft Office products, are required. A team attitude, attention to detail and a willingness to adapt to a changing work environment are essential to maintain the Court’s quality standards. Professional or businesslike approach and attire are required at all times.

    Education

    To qualify, a person must be a high school graduate or equivalent, some college preferred.

    FBI Background Investigation

    As a condition of employment, the selected candidate must successfully complete a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) background investigation, defined as a technical fingerprint search of the criminal history records of the FBI national fingerprint database.

    Hours

    Monday to Friday, 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM (Boston, Lawrence, Taunton and Worcester), 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM (Springfield). Some flexibility in start and end times, as approved by the Chief Probation Officer and Divisional Supervisors.

    How To Apply

    Submit a resume with cover letter and completed AO-78, Application for Federal Judicial Branch employment

    (dated 10/09) to:

    United States District Court

    Attn: Susan Mohr, Human Resources Director

    Student Interns – #16-01

    John Joseph Moakley U.S. Courthouse

    1 Courthouse Way, Suite 2300

    Boston, MA 02210

    Applications also accepted by e-mail: usdcmajobs@mad.uscourts.gov

    Note: If you apply by e-mail, please make certain the code HR Mail, Vacancy #16-01, Probation Student Interns appears in the subject line of your e-mail correspondence to usdcmajobs@mad.uscourts.gov.

    *Application forms (AO-78) are available on our website in fillable format at www.mad.uscourts.gov. Please print or type all information. If your application does not provide all information requested, or if your applicant packet is not complete, you may lose consideration for this position.

    Information for Applicants

    Employees of the United States District Court are appointed in the excepted service, are considered “at-will” employees, and serve at the pleasure of the Court. All Court employees are required to adhere to a Code of Conduct, copies of which are available upon request. Applicant must be a United States Citizen or meet the exceptions to the statutory restrictions on hiring non-citizens to work in the federal government in the continental United States. The United States District Court is a part of the Judicial Branch of the United States government, and therefore is not subject to the many statutory and regulatory provisions that govern civil service employment.

    The U.S. District Court reserves the right to modify the conditions of this job announcement or to withdraw the job announcement or to fill the position earlier than the closing date, if a closing date is shown, any of which actions may occur without any prior written notice. This job announcement may involve filling more than one position described herein.

    Due to the expected high volume of applicants for this position, the U.S. District Court will only make contact with those qualified individuals who will be invited for an interview. Applicants who do not submit all the requested materials as listed above may lose consideration for this position. The Federal Financial Management Reform Act requires direct deposit of federal wages.

     

    NO FAXES PLEASE

    EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


  4. Berkshire Community College Bookstore

    January 9, 2016 by careers

    Company Name: Berkshire Community College
    Location: Pittsfield, MA

    The Berkshire Community College Bookstore is now hiring!

    Quick cash
    Flexible hours
    Textbook discount

    Apply online for a part time position today!
    Question? Call (413) 443-0051

    All applications must be submitted online, www.follett.com/careers, applications are not available at the store.

    How to apply: Once you are on follett.com, click on the link below “join our team”, & then click on the link below “retail hourly”, then scroll down to “Temporary Sales Associate” and click “learn more & apply”. On the top right hand corner put in zip code “01201”. Check off both boxes for BCC Bookstore, create an account, and apply to the position.


  5. Money School Facilitator

    January 4, 2016 by careers

    Company Name: Elizabeth Freeman Center
    Location: Pittsfield, MA

    Elizabeth Freeman Center is hiring a facilitator to run three cycles of “Money School,” our economic justice workshop series for survivors of domestic or sexual violence.  Short-term position (average 20 hours/week for 5+ months) starting in January.  We are looking for someone with skills in group facilitation and a passion for economic justice.  This program is wildly popular with participants and the community and is very exciting work.

    Must successfully pass Criminal Record Check-CORI.  Requires evening availability.

    Read the full position description at www.elizabethfreemancenter.org/jobs

    To apply, email letter of interest and resume to info@elizabethfreemancenter.org


  6. Material Handler

    July 23, 2015 by careers

    Company Name: National Archives and Records Administration
    Location: Berkshire County

    The National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) is the nation’s record keeper. Of all documents and materials created in the course of business conducted by the United States Federal government, only 1%-3% are so important for legal or historical reasons that they are kept forever. The NARA mission is to provide public access to Federal Government records in their custody and control. Public access to government records strengthens democracy by allowing Americans to claim their rights of citizenship, hold their government accountable, and understand their history so they can participate more effectively in their government.

    NARA is in need of Material Handlers to remove records from the Federal Records Center shelving and stack them on pallets for disposal.

    Responsibilities:

    • Locate containers
    • Remove containers from shelving, check for missing and/or charged out containers, and empty locations immediately
    • Place containers on streamliners in order, facing the same direction and with transfer numbers visible
    • Initial report and hand over documentation
    • Move records to Designated Disposal Review Area
    • Stack the records on pallet(s)

     

    Qualifications:

    • High School graduate or GED equivalent
    • Strong attention to detail
    • Warehouse experience desired
    • Must be able to lift boxes up to 50 lbs.
    • Must be able to climb ladders to reach shelving up to 14 feet high

     

    To apply, if interested, please apply to job #9269 online at www.cherokee-cnts.com


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