Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 01/07/19

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Today's job postings from Career Opportunities...

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Job #1 – Assistant Building Inspector – Lower Cape

Full Time: Receives applications and issues permits to construct, improve, move and demolish buildings and structures. Reviews plans for conformance with building and zoning codes. Issues permits for building occupancy after all requirements have been met. Inspects wood, coal, or other similar heating appliances and issues appropriate permits or certificates. High school graduation plus five years’ experience in the supervision of building construction or design. Associates Degree in field related to building construction or design preferred or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Salary range $24.91 to $31.88 per hour commensurate with experience and great benefits. APPLICATION DEADLINE JANUARY 11, 2019

Job #2 – General Manager – Mid Cape

Full Time: Develop and implement strategies for success; communicate and run sales and fixed operation meetings. Support other operational units within the store to achieve maximum return on opportunity for the dealership. Develop store business plan; forecast results and present business performance metrics on a regular basis. Model and implement practices to support a customer first approach to retailing. Must have previous automotive management experience and financial acumen. ADP experience is a plus.


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