Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 02/08/19

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

If you are interested in one of these positions send your resume to [email protected] and indicate the job that interests you. 

Job #1 – Store Manager 1 – Lower Cape

Full Time: Develops and manages an account portfolio including: deposits, loans, fees and expenses (commercial, small business and consumer). Leads, coaches, and motivates team to deliver exemplary service while achieving shareholder value. Coaches and develops team ensuring on-going training, performance management, and talent development and is responsible for overall performance of the location through all Store Sales, Service and Supervisory Personnel. Must have 4-year degree or equivalent experience. 2-4 years related experience required. Supervisory or leadership experience. Successful Certification as a Consumer Lender and Small Business lending experience preferred.

Job #2 – Human Resources Director – Upper Cape

Full Time: Partner with senior management to identify and address critical needs of the business and working to achieve the five year’ STP and HR strategy. Support the development and execution of each department’s strategy by providing HR perspective, advice/counsel, problem solving to managers and supervisors functioning as a key member of management team. Drive and manage talent acquisition strategy that supports getting the best qualified candidate and integrates a succession planning methodology for key contributor and management positions. BS/BA degree in Business, Human Resources, or a related discipline. Minimum of 10+ years of progressive HR experience.


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