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Shakespeare & Young Co. Training

Dear Students:    Summer opportunities are usually listed in our office in SBA.  Come by or call 236-1605 to make an appointment to discuss your summer plans.  We do post a few online, but most are posted  in SBA. And, we will help you look for others.

Shakespeare & Young Company is where high school and college students age 16-20 can begin or continue their actor training. Many students are first introduced to the work through residencies, the Fall Festival, or weekend workshops offered by the training program. Young Company sessions are offered in the Spring and Summer.

Shakespeare & Young Company is designed to further develop young actors and empower them as creative individuals who can work well collaboratively. Our training develops the skills necessary to be more creative and to effectively communicate thoughts and feelings in a communal environment. This is not actor training ‘lite’ but rather intense training geared to the age and experience of the students.

Training can include acting, voice and movement work, text analysis, stage combat, dance, and clown taught by professional actors, teachers and directors of Shakespeare & Company. Auditions are required. Spring session classes are held in the evenings and weekends and culminate in a public performance on our Mainstage. The summer session offers an expanded schedule and performs in the Rose Footprint Theatre.

Financial Assistance is available. Click here for an application »

Summer Session Financial aid: Partial Scholarships and Work-study are available. Please call us (413-637-1199 x172) to find out more or to receive a Financial Aid Application. If you qualify, you may also apply for the Berkshire Resident Scholarship (for full time Berkshire county residents) or the Mari and Kenneth Share Scholarship Fund (this is a scholarship and housing stipend for African-American students).

This program has been offered annually since 1990.

Blandford Golf Club Seasonal Independent Contractor/Food Service

BLANDFORD GOLF CLUB FOOD SERVICES
Description of Establishment:

The Blandford Club is a golf and tennis club (www.massgolftennis.com) with approximately 150 members with three dining facilities including a banquet room, a luncheonette and a seated dining area; seating approximately 80, 12, and 28 respectively, and a basic kitchen with the essential components. A $50 food credit is part of the membership fee.

There are many regularly scheduled events and special occasions which require food service and also opportunities to provide dining experiences to the community. Members and non-members also host private parties for special occasions e.g. birthdays, funerals and weddings, etc. which require food service.
Type of Cuisine:
Four basic types of menus should be provided – Lunch, Buffet Dinners, Seated Dining (with menu) and Sunday Brunch, Lunch. Suggestions below can be modified, more detailed and finalized with the candidate.

Lunch:
Sandwiches, hot dogs, hamburgers, grilled cheese, salads, chips.
$5-8

Buffet Dinners:
Salad, Choice of 2 – meat, chicken or fish; Starch, Vegetables, Dessert – $12 (one meat) or $15 (two meats)

Seated Dining:
Salad, Three to four entrees, Starch, Vegetables, Dessert – (from menu) – Fixed price $17

Sunday Brunch:
Continental breakfasts, full breakfast including eggs, omelets, waffles/pancakes, potatoes, toast, etc. – $8 – 12

The Blandford Club does not have a liquor license, but will charge a corkage fee for wine. If there is waitress/waiter service, tipping is expected, otherwise there is a flat charge for food service. All food will be paid by food credits or credit card.

Job Title: Independent Contractor to provide food service
Duties:
Following are duties, requirements and responsibilities
• Plan and propose menus to Concessionaire Manager
• Hire waiter/waitress staff
• Responsible for procurement and preparation of food
• Maintain a sanitary kitchen and overall clean environment in eating facilities
• Execute concessionaire contract
• Computer tracking of revenues
Qualifications:
• Must be a certified licensed food provider – minimum 3 years food preparation experience
• Must demonstrate an in-force General Liability policy
• Provide resume and references
• Ability to propose menus suitable to the membership
• Ability to prepare meals quickly
• Ability to procure proper amounts of food and minimize waste
• The applicant will be accompanied by another person who could assist in providing the food service
• Flexibility for late comers and no-shows for scheduled events
Days and Hours:
Food will be served a total of 25 hours per week. Additional time will be required to procure and prepare food and clean-up.
Income Range:
• Revenue spreadsheet available on request
• Additional catering opportunities as requested by members and non-members
Benefits:
• Profit making opportunity
• Four months to enjoy the Berkshires
• Free golf and tennis
• No overhead for facility other than costs for propane (approximately $800)
Housing Provided: Available
Type of Housing: Onsite
Assist in Relocation: No
Start Date: May 15, 2015
Full/Part Time: See hours of operation
Seasonal: Yes
Seasonal Time Period: May 15 – September 15
Contact: Carol Heffner – 413-269-7531 Albert Gabbay – 480-437-1281

Seasonal Gardener, Berkshire Botanical Garden, Stockbridge

General description:
• Work as a member of the horticulture team of the Berkshire Botanical
Garden in maintaining the ornamental gardens, display areas,
greenhouse collections and nurseries
• Work under the supervision of the director of horticulture or senior
gardeners
• Supervise interns and volunteers assisting in the garden work
Responsibilities:
• Spring cleanup, soil preparation, planting out of annuals, perennials and
woody plants and assist in development of new and existing gardens
• Maintain individual display gardens, greenhouse collections and
nurseries with the horticulture staff and volunteers
• Upkeep of compost piles, tool collection and horticultural storage areas
• Production and placing of plant labels
• Assist with special events and perform other duties as may be required
Qualifications:
• The successful candidate will have a solid practical knowledge of all
aspects of horticulture with several years of relevant professional
experience
• Excellent physical stamina
• Good interpersonal skills
• Ability to work well as a team member, as well as alone
• A passion for plants and gardening
• An eye for details and design, patience and a sense of humor
Classification:
• Full-time seasonal (April through October @ 40 hrs/week)
Position starting:
• March 30, 2015
For more information:
• Contact Dorthe Hviid, Director of Horticulture at (413) 298-4505 or by
e-mail at dhviid@berkshirebotanical.org. To apply send resume and
cover letter to the attention of Dorthe Hviid.

Tanglewood Summer Positions – February 13, 2015 1PM-5PM

Tanglewood Facilities Summer Employment Opportunities

Friday, February 13, 2015 1PM-5PM

Come and discuss exciting, seasonal positions, including:

Grounds Crew (must be 18 or older)

Certified Lifeguards (must be 16 or older)

Parking Attendants (must be 16 or older)

Environmental Services Cleaning Crew (must be 18 or older)

297 West St., Lenox, MA 01240 – Tanglewood Facilities Operations Center

For additional information contact: Fallyn Girard, Tanglewood Facilities Coordinator, at fgirard@bso.org

The Boston Symphony Orchestra is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer

BCC Students

See the job board in Susan B. Anthony Building for more summer jobs and internships!

Entry-Level Design Engineer – Molari – Full Time – Temp Hire

Molari 

Employment Services

 

Entry-Level Design Engineer

Job Description:

Full-time Temp-Hire, Entry-level Design Engineer need. Position includes, Plastic product design, mold design, tool and fixture design. Must be able to use 3D SolidWorks design software. Experience and interest in working in the plastics manufacturing industry a plus. Must be able to work independently and in a team in order to achieve common goals.

Requirements :

Minimum Education Requirement: Associate’s Degree in Mechanical Technology. Must have experience with 3D SolidWorks design software. Must be able to pass pre-employment requirements.

 

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

email: nicole@molariinc.comwww.molariinc.com

 

Rope Tow Operator, City of Pittsfield

SEASONAL
ROPE TOW OPERATORS
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT, RECREATION PROGRAM, Pittsfield
The Department of Community Development, Recreation Program, is looking for up to two people to serve as rope tow operators at the Osceola Park rope tow for the winter season. Under the direction of the Recreation Coordinator, the candidate is responsible for administering and supervising the operation of the Osceola Park Rope Tow.
Duties include, but are not limited to: pre-operation inspection of the tow, path and hill; preparing and maintaining the path and loading/unloading areas; and showing users how to use the rope and ensuring the safety of riders.
Must work effectively with members of the public and respond to inquiries and complaints in a positive and professional manner.
Must be 18 years of age, be able to work exclusively outdoors in extreme weather conditions and should have adequate physical stamina to perform tasks required. Work hours will be weekends and school vacations, and is weather dependent.
Salary: $10 per hour
Deadline: Friday, December 12, 2014
Applications are available in the Personnel Office at City Hall, and online at www.cityofpittsfield.org.
Resumes alone will not be considered if they are not accompanied with a City employment application.
If interested, please submit application, with cover letter and resume to:
Personnel Department
City Hall, Room #107
70 Allen Street
Pittsfield, MA 01201
City of Pittsfield is an EEO/AA employer
DEPARTMENT OF PERSONNEL, CITY HALL, 70 ALLEN STREET, ROOM 107, PITTSFIELD, MA 01201 PHONE: 413-499-9340