Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 11/06/18

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Here are today's job postings from MassHire in Hyannis:

Job #1 – Building Custodian – Lower Cape

Full Time: Responsible for daily cleaning, maintenance and minor repairs to buildings and maintenance of grounds. Duties include daily preparation of rooms for meetings, general cleaning, minor repairs to furniture, buildings and equipment, snow & ice removal, and the use of hand and power tools. High School diploma and a minimum of 1 year’ experience in the maintenance of buildings required, or any combination of education and experience. Weekends required. Pay range $17.82 to $23.16 per hour with benefits.

Job #2 – Manager of Call Center – Mid Cape

Full Time:  Responsible for overseeing and implementing strategic planning and providing leadership and management for all Reservation Call Centers, Customer Care, City Ticket Offices and Internal Help Desk. Oversee operations, support teams’ ability to achieve department Service Level Agreement (SLA) and Key Performance Indicator (KPI) goals. Bachelor degree or equivalent experience required. Front line customer service management experience, preferably involving sales by telephone. Proficiency in spreadsheet and word processing software, previous airline or travel industry experience, previous call center experience, and previous experience with an airline reservations system, such as Amadeus, preferred.

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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