Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 04/15/19

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

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Job #1 – Career Development Counselor – Mid Cape

Full Time: Provide full range of career development services including appointments for career counseling, workshops, and administration and interpretation of nationally recognized career assessment. Initiate, build and maintain partnerships with employers to develop opportunities for experiential endeavors (i.e. internships, cooperative experiences, and apprenticeship programs). Maintain database administrations for purposes of tracking experiential endeavors. Salary range $49,711 to $64,742 annually commensurate with experience. Full benefits package included. APPLICATION DEADLINE APRIL 21, 2019

Job #2 – Interior Designer/Project Manager – Martha’s Vineyard

Full Time: Develop plans and designs for interior residential projects. Project scopes may include interior décor and architecture, color and material selections, wallcovering, fixtures, furnishings, etc. Create drawings, presentations, and product proposals and present to clients. Fully manage projects, including work of Design Assistants and contractors. Minimum of 5 years’ experience as a Project Manager with experience in Residential Interior Design, Bachelor's degree in Interior Design or Interior Architecture, and proficiency in CAD, Illustrator, Photoshop, and Microsoft Office required.  NCIDQ Certification preferred. Knowledge of custom window treatments and familiarity with software IVY a plus. Candidate must be willing to relocate to Martha’s Vineyard.


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