Today's job postings from Career Opportunities - 03/28/17 and 03/29/17

Customer service, benefits administrator and more...

Here are March 28th's job postings from Career Opportunities, which were posted late last night (today's follow)

Interested in any of the jobs listed below? Contact Cathie at [email protected], unless otherwise noted.

Job #1 – Customer Service Representative – Upper Cape Full Time: Answers incoming event phone lines promptly, courteously and correctly; answers questions, researches and resolves problems, and provides information in a clear and concise manner. Responds to emails and Chats accurately, professionally and within department standards. Utilizes and understands data entry notes to accurately enter in data by event. Data entry and keyboarding skills (40 WPM) are required. Must have experience with internet and MS Office. Individual must have a pleasant telephone voice and manner. Must be detail oriented with the ability to work with high volumes with daily and weekly deadlines. Education/Experience: High School Diploma or equivalent, and at least one year experience in a customer service position. Pay is $14 per hour plus benefits.

Job #2 Benefits Administrator – Upper Cape Full Time: Seeking applicants for a full-time Benefits Administrator. Minimum Requirements: Applicants for this position must have an Associate’s Degree in Public Administration, Business Administration or a closely related field; three (3) years of progressively responsible administrative experience and extensive experience in employee benefits administration. Strong knowledge of accounting and payroll practices preferred. At least two (2) years of experience in a municipal setting highly desirable; or any equivalent combination of education and experience that demonstrates the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the general duties, essential functions and other responsibilities of the said position. Computer experience in the use of MS Office programs. MUNIS experience preferred. Must successfully pass a C.O.R.I. background check. Pay is $21.30 per hour and benefits. Please apply by April 3rd, 2017.

Here are March 29th's job postings:

Job #1 – Chief of Public Safety – Mid Cape Full Time: The Chief of Public Safety is responsible for the effective leadership of college public safety operations. The Chief is a sworn, uniformed position with police powers. Responsibilities include supervising public safety personnel, enforcing local, state, and federal laws, college policies, procedures, and directives related to college safety and security, traffic control, crisis intervention, response to safety and security threats, medical emergencies, and crime detection/prevention. This department strives to provide a safe and secure environment conducive to the learning experience and daily operations of the College. Salary is $75,000 - $85,000 and benefits.

Job #2 Customer Service/Order Entry Rep – Upper Cape Full Time: The customer representative is responsible for providing effective customer service for all internal and external customers by providing support for all areas pertaining to customer orders, returns, and inquiries for all product availability. Work directly with customers either by telephone, electronically or face to face. Set up new customer accounts and update existing account information accurately and in accordance with established entry guidelines. High school diploma or equivalent. 2 + years of customer service experience within a high-tech environment. Knowledge of administrative procedures. Phone support experience preferred. MS Office, ERP experience, Syteline preferred, CRM Salesforce preferred.


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