Today's job postings from MassHire Cape and Islands Career Center - 9/10/18

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Here are today's featured jobs from MassHire, formerly Career Opportunities...

Job #1 – Administrative Assistant to Finance Director – Outer Cape

Full Time: Schedule meetings and appointments for the Assistant Town Administrator and maintain department records, schedules and timelines; attend Finance Committee meetings and prepare minutes. Assist in the development and maintenance of systems used for budget development. Bachelor’s degree preferred in finance, IT, public administration or related discipline; three years of experience, municipal or financial analysis experience preferred; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Must be willing to obtain a Chief Procurement Officer designation within 24 months of hire. Starting salary is $25.43 per hour with a good benefits package. APPLICATION DEADLINE SEPTEMBER 17, 2018

Job #2 – Development Specialist – Upper Cape

Full Time: Help provide programs designed to improve independence for adults with disabilities. Be creative in designing skill building activities in areas such as independent living, social development and self-help. A high school degree with 2 years of prior experience or a BA degree with 1 year of experience required. Must be able to physically assist individuals in wheelchairs. Must pass a CORI, OIG and Drug Test. Must be 21 with valid MA driver’s license and good driving record.

If you are interested in one of these positions send your resume to [email protected] and indicate the job that interests you. 


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