Today's job postings from Career Opportunities - 06/20/17

Social worker, maintenance mechanic

Today's job postings from Career Opportunities...

Job #1 - Social Worker - Mid Cape Full Time: Become a part of a hardworking, compassionate staff dedicated to the safety and protection of children. As a DCF Social Worker, you have the ability to profoundly impact lives of children and families across the Commonwealth. We are looking for dedicated and passionate individuals for our Exclusive One Day Hiring Event to be interviewed on the spot. A Bachelor's Degree is required in any of the following disciplines: Social Work, Psychology, Human Services, Sociology, Counseling, Counseling Education, Criminal Justice. Bachelor's Degree in other closely related field may be considered. You will need an updated resume, college or university transcript (unofficial or official) and MA Social Work Licensure (preferred). One Day Hiring Event * Saturday, June 24th, 2017 * 10am - 1pm at 500 Main St., Hyannis, MA. Salary is: $51, 145.38 per year and full benefits.

Job #2 - Maintenance Mechanic - Lower Cape Full Time: Position responsible for assisting the Master Mechanic in the maintenance, inspection and repair of Town vehicles and equipment. Duties incl.; performing oil changes, fluid checks, brake & engine repairs; maintenance & repair of heavy machinery & small equipment, such as loaders, backhoes, mowers & chainsaws; assists in roadway & drainage projects and with snow and ice removal as needed. High School diploma or equivalent & 1-3 years of experience in vehicle & equipment repair, or equivalent combination of education & experience. Class B CDL strongly preferred. Must be willing to obtain hydraulics licenses in first year. $21.00 - $26.43 per hour and full benefits. Position closes 6/26/2017.

If you are interested in one of these positions send your resume to [email protected] and indicate the job that interests you.


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