Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 04/11/19

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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 – Groundskeeper – Lower Cape

Full Time: Care for all lawn areas by watering, mowing, seeding, fertilizing, and chemical practices and spraying as needed. Care for ornamental shrubs, trees, including pruning, trimming, disease and pest control. Plant seeds, bulbs and annuals as needed and provide care throughout growing season. Respond to any maintenance emergency that arises. Maintain repair of equipment including all grounds related equipment. Install fences, lay pipe, dig ditches, and haul rubbish. Assist with snow and ice removal from sidewalks, entryways and driveways. High School Diploma or equivalent required. Must have previous experience in grounds keeping and maintenance.

Job #2 – Billing/AR Analyst – Mid Cape

Full time: Responsible for producing accurate and timely invoices for consulting services and the collection of those invoices. Collect and audit consultant time and expense submissions. Review contractual documents related to assigned customers and interpret accordingly. Perform weekly peer review of approved time and expense reports and a monthly review of customer invoices and PO burn rates, to ensure accuracy. Contribute to the design and upkeep of the department page on the company’s internal website. Associate’s Degree required, plus two years of Billing/AR experience. Fundamental understanding of Microsoft Office Suite, web-based systems, invoicing portals, and multiple software systems.


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