Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 05/07/19

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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 – CDL Driver/Boat Yard Support – Upper Cape

Full Time: Primary responsibilities include hauling powerboats and sailboats using hydraulic trailers, and launching and retrieving vessels from the water. Will provide general boat yard support including seasonal preparation such as washing, waxing, and painting in the spring/ power-washing, shrink-wrapping in the fall, in addition to property maintenance. Hours will vary depending on the tide schedule and may require Saturday hours during hauling season. CDL Class A required. Boat hauling/launching and boating experience preferred. Salary range is $20.00 to $25.00 per hour commensurate with experience.

Job #2 – Lead Manager – Mid Cape

Full Time: Responsible for supporting management team by performing functional tasks as assigned. Act as a mentor and role model to sales associates, supporting service behaviors and the execution of tasks in specific areas of expertise. Focus on leading processes and/or areas of the business, executing tasks and maintaining productivity to ensure goals are met. Ability to work flexible schedule including holiday, evening, overnight and weekend shifts.

Able to utilize retail technology. High School Diploma or equivalent required, Management and Suggestive Selling experience of 1 year preferred. Salary range $33,000 to $35,000 annually with great benefits.


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