Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 04/24/19

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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 – Emergency Telecommunicator – Upper Cape

Full Time: Will operate communication systems utilizing radio, telephone and computer equipment to receive 911 emergency and routine calls requesting police, fire and EMS services. Provides information to the public, dispatches public safety personnel and equipment in response to service requests and to organize and coordinate the activities of field units. Maintains records of activities in response to service requests and performs related work as required. Should possess E911 Next Generation Equipment Certification, 40 Hour Public Safety Basic Telecommunicators certifications, 32 Hour APCO Emergency Medical Dispatching Certification, and CJIS system operator Certification. If lacking certifications, training will be provided through the Massachusetts State 911 Department and our in-house training program. Salary starts at $21.81 per hour with full benefits.

Job #2 – Dock Workers – Nantucket

Full Time: Responsibilities include docking vessels, ticket handling, assisting in staging and directing traffic around terminal area, driving vehicles including tractor trailers on and off the ferry, security checks of passengers and vehicles along with other duties assigned by supervisor. This is a forty hour a week permanent position. Applicants must have a Massachusetts CDL Class A driver’s license with Air Brake endorsements and a valid medical card. Applicants must be friendly, courteous, and enjoy working with, and assisting customers.


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