Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 06/24/19

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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 – Director of Adult Education Center – Mid Cape

Full Time: Develop and supervise all College Department of Elementary and Post-Secondary Education (DESE) funded programs and grants. Make timely reports and submit required grant materials to the administration and funding sources. Coordinate public relations and program development. Hire and supervise teaching staff that meet professional standards in the areas of mathematics/numeracy, English for Speakers of Other Languages, reading, and writing. Master’s degree in education or related field required. Three years of experience in Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs. Competence using Microsoft Office Suite, data base systems, and electronic reporting tools. Ability to work a flexible schedule including some evenings. Salary range $70,000-$75,000 annually with extensive benefits. APPLICATION DEADLINE JUNE 30, 2019.

Job #2 – Water Plant Operator – Upper Cape

Full Time: Performs responsible and complex duties in operating and maintaining equipment and facilities for new state of the art 8 MGD DAF/Ozone/Filtration surface water plant. Monitors system operation through computerized SCADA system and reviews data. Ensures that all inspections, operational and maintenance functions are performed on equipment and facility grounds. High school diploma and four years’ experience in water or wastewater utility operations at least one year of which is in water treatment plant operations, or college degree and one-year experience; or any equivalent combination of education and experience required. Currently holds or has the ability to obtain a Grade T-3 Massachusetts Water Operators License and Class “C” license. Salary range $23.87-$30.41 per hour with full benefits.  


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