Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 02/05/19

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Today's job postings from MassHire in Hyannis...

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Job #1 – Transportation Manager – Mid Cape

Full Time: Responsible for daily operation of all facets of the transportation services. Responsibilities include staff hiring and supervision, ensuring the safe transport of individuals to and from the day habilitation program, maintaining a fleet of vehicles, complete CCRTA billing, and maintaining CCRTA and CARF regulatory compliance standards. Will have 2-3 years of relevant experience, preferably in transportation services and the ability to work a flexible schedule. Bachelor’s degree, program management experience and online billing submission experience preferred. Salary range $47,000 to $50,000 annually and extensive benefits!

Job #2 – Crew Chief – Cape Wide

Full Time: Manage and complete jobs according to work order. Set up and establish efficient job flow, coordinate requirements for the job, complete job documentation, perform and supervise production work, and monitor assigned jobs from start to finish. Follow and enforce all safety procedures on the job site. Resolve problems quickly as they arise. Monitor all assigned jobs to ensure that customer needs are met. Perform sales and marketing activities including add-on sales and security checks. Communicate and establish relationships with commercial, insurance and residential customers. Clean and maintain vehicles, equipment, warehouse and office areas.


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