Today's job postings from Career Opportunities - 10/20/17

Regional Service Associate, Occupational Therapist

Today's job postings from Career Opportunities...

Job #1 – Regional Service Associate – Mid Cape Full Time: Opens deposit accounts. Prepares and processes loan applications for various lending units (mortgage, consumer, small business, etc.) Closes loans for customers for applicable business lines (i.e. consumer lending). Proactively reaches out, by phone and in person, to high-value customers in efforts to retain and grow the portfolio. For licensed individuals, sells annuities and/or insurance products. Properly file all government-mandated reports related to large cash transactions and the sale of all monetary instruments. In-store locations are open 7-days / week with extended evening hours on several days. Employees may be required to work rotating shifts that include evenings and weekends. Required to travel throughout the region 100% of the time. High school diploma or equivalent. One-to-two years of sales experience in a retail environment preferred. Some banking experience is preferred (i.e. teller or otherwise)

Job #2 Occupational Therapist Assisted Living – Lower Cape Full Time: Provide a wide range of occupational therapy services to patients in the home care setting. Focus primarily on patient assessment, quality care, monitoring of patient status and compliance, teaching of patients and caregivers, and discharge planning. Must be a licensed Occupational Therapist in the state of Massachusetts. Previous experience in the home care setting is desired. A minimum of one year in an acute care or rehabilitation setting is required. Possess the ability to transfer, maneuver, and lift incapacitated clients in the home setting.

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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