Today's job postings from Career Opportunities - 01/23/18

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Today's job postings from Career Opportunities:

Job #1 – Deckhand/Dredging Operations-Mid Cape Full Time: Works with other members of the dredge crew to properly complete all phases of dredging. Provides routine maintenance; monitors equipment to ensure it is operational to avoid down-time and loss of production. Assists with moving the dredge, pushing the boat on-site and related pipeline positioning; assists in moving the dredge between work sites. Involved with handling skiff and associated anchor movement related to dredge activities. Operates a front-end loader. High school education and 2 to 4 years’ experience in a marine environment; marine construction experience desirable. Experience operating heavy equipment, and boat handling experience. Salary range $18.87 to $21.21 per hour commensurate with experience. Benefits are included.

Job #2 – Loan Servicing Operations Representative – Lower Cape Full Time: Performs a wide variety of service and operational duties in support of residential, commercial and consumer loan operations. Resolves issues and provides internal and external customer support. Provides outstanding customer service efficiently, effectively and in conformance with Investor, State and Federal regulatory guidelines. Banking or financial services experience preferred, preferably in a loan servicing/support environment. High School diploma or equivalent required.

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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