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Warehouse Clerk

Warehouse Clerk (Shipping and Receiving)Warehouse Clerk Job Summary:Warehouse Shipping & Receiving Clerk accepts and processes incoming stock orders. Performs all functions related to the receipt and storage of factory sourced parts, accessories and related material.Warehouse Clerk Core Responsibilities:Safeguard organizational and personal information confidentiality;Respect and follow the company's business orientation, policies, rules and values;Contribute to the attainment of company objectives through efficient use of resources;Foster teamwork and improved communication between sectors;Develop professional and technical skills on an ongoing basis;Act as a worthy representative of Prévost at all times.Warehouse Clerk Responsibilities:Receives incoming orders, checks for damages or missing components of shipments and processes QM claims timely.Receives, documents and stores inbound shipments from factory in a timely and efficient manner.Puts parts into inventory location. Retrieves back-ordered items form inbound shipments. Identifies back-order customers and processes to back-order by packaging, invoicing and shipping.Processes customer orders that are part of incoming stock orders and advise appropriate parts specialist. Assists with inventory administration. Monitors and adjusts inventory levels as necessary, and performs cycle counts to maintain accuracy.Maintains work area and environment clean and ordered. Participates in job-related training exercises when appropriate or necessary.Insures forklift is in good operating order.Checks customer RGA”s for damages or missing components and processes timely.Participate in Operational Development team activities.Various other tasks as assigned.Warehouse Clerk Minimum Education Required:High School diploma or equivalentWarehouse Clerk Minimum Years of Experience Required:2 years of relevant work related experienceWarehouse Physical Requirements:Able to lift 35Able to stand for long periods of timeAble to be mobile through the warehouse and parts departmentAble to tolerate extreme local temperatures

VolvoAuto Sweden Sa • South Plainfield, U.S.

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Stylist - Fashion - Macy's

Job Overview The Stylist should be an ecommerce and print veteran with proven experience in styling photography for Marketing. They will partner with Photo Art Directors and in house studio teams, to develop one national brand message that promotes the Marketing department vision. A combination of tasteful aesthetics, a flair for elevated styling and an understanding of retail business branding is a must. Stylists will help organize and style array of product for a high-volume daily shot count for a wide variety of product. They will maintain details of Macy’s standards and will execute the styling direction in various marketing photography and ecommerce assets.Essential Functions • Keep abreast of industry trends, techniques and competitive landscape for both print, digital and ecommerce photo content creation • Work independently and help Stylists counterparts with various styling techniques • Keen attention to detail and experience in a deadline-driven workplace • Work with team managers in determining direction and needs for upcoming projects • Problem solve and provide solutions to meet creative and brand objectives • Provide support to Managers, Stylist counterparts and Photographers • Partner with other team members, Photo Directors, Designers, Merchandise Coordinators and Operations group  • Maintain brand directive and consistency of image creation • Build strong partnerships with all teams with in the studio • Regular, dependable attendance & punctuality * Additional functions specifically for Fashion Styling • The Fashion Stylist will report to and partner daily with the Manager, Fashion Photo Art Director • Fashion Stylist will fit and dress models • Attend style outs and other meetings which are relevant to fashion project life cycle • Give direction and feedback to Assistant Stylist to ensure timelines are being met.  Qualifications and Competencies Education Requirements Min/Preferred   Education Level   Description Minimum   High School or GED   A benefit would be 3+ years working in a photography studio environment, with an emphasis on versatile styling. Years Of Experience Minimum Years of Experience   Maximum Years of Experience   Comments Competencies Qualifications and Competencies: Experience:  • A benefit would be 3+ years working in a photography studio environment, with an emphasis on versatile styling. • Very important to be acclimated to an inclusive, diverse team of colleagues.* For off-figure: fashion/laydowns, jewelry, cosmetics and accessories * For on-figure: both women & men’s fashion, contemporary & classic • Creative Suite and Capture One familiarity a plus. Communication Skills:  • Strong time-management, communication skills, and ability to multi-task • Be comfortable with working with small and larger groups of people, teamwork is key. Reasoning Ability: • Detail-oriented with strong problem-solving skills. • Self-motivated with the ability to multi-task in an extremely fast and ever-changing environment. • Ability to work independently and as part of a team. • Understand the need for workflow efficiency and adjust. Other Skills:  •   Excellent relationship building skills with the ability to work with all levels. •   An enthusiastic & open demeanor with the ability to excel in a hyper fast-paced team environment. •   Practices open and continuous communication, values keeping others informed, effectively presenting information in a clear, concise manner.  •   Excellent leadership, facilitation, and interpersonal skills, with the ability to work across functional lines and at many levels. •   Ability to think creatively, strategically and technically •   Ability to work a flexible schedule based on department and Company needs. •   Knowledge of MS Office computer programs are requiredWork Hours:  • Ability to work a flexible schedule based on department and store/company needs.Physical Requirements • This position involves regular walking, standing, hearing, and talking. May occasionally involve stooping, kneeling, or crouching.  • Ability to lift 35lbs.

Careerbuilder • New York, U.S.

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Scientific Affairs Admin Assistant

Now hiring an Admin Assistant for a 1 year contract in Maplewood, MN!Your new company Our client is an American Multinational Conglomerate Corporation operating in the fields of industry, worker safety, US Health care, and consumer goods. They are committed to accelerating social justice, powering inclusion, and committing to a more equitable future. Their goals include increasing global diversity in management to 65%, investing $50M to address racial opportunity gaps in the U.S and maintain/achieve pay equity within 90% of global employee population. Due to COVID19, we are currently working in a remote setting but are looking forward to having you in our state of the art office in the future.Your new role In this role, you will be responsible for providing administrative support to a department or individual with minimal work direction needed. Duties may include: typing, filing, answering phones, scheduling, calendaring, record keeping, coordinating meetings and conferences, obtaining supplies and/or sorting/distributing mail. You may work on special projects to include recording, compiling, retrieving, and analyzing information. You must be able to multi-task and prioritize, and have strong communication and organizational skills. What you'll need to succeed You will need a Bachelor's degree or higher from an accredited university, along with proficiency in MS Office. In addition to this, you’ll need a minimum of three years of combined experience in education planning, customer communications and/or customer training. Experience using Cvent, GoToMeeting, Adobe Assets, or MS Flow is an asset.

HAYS PLC • Maplewood, U.S.

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Sr. Transportation Coordinator

Position Summary The Service Specialist position provides the tactical execution of the transportation team through On-Time pick up and delivery management, In transit tracking, risk identification and mitigation, date maintenance, and exception management to meet internal and external customer expectations. The Service Specialist interacts with a large number of internal and external critical partners. The position requires a self-managed individual who is aligned with the expectations and objectives of the Supply Chain as they conduct their daily operational activities.  This position is based in the centralized Transportation Hub (T-Hub) in Dekalb, IL or in Solon, OH. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:Operational: •   Efficiently and effectively execute the transport of products utilizing the Transportation Control Tower (TCT) tools and processes to exceed service expectations. •   Collaboration with cross-functional areas including customer service, carriers, facilities, and deployment while maintaining the proper professional approach in all interactions (face to face, phone, email, meeting, etc) •   Take initiative and make decisions independently weighing customer needs, facility requirements, carrier capacity, and escalating as appropriate. •   Ensure load coverage by utilizing published rote guides while balancing service and cost. •   Support Nestle Operational Master Plan, Nestle Continuous Excellence Initiatives and Continuous Process Improvement. •   Resolve conflicts/discrepancies positively, professionally, and timely.Functional: •   On-Time pick up management •   In transit tracking •   On-Time delivery management •   Risk Analysis identification and mitigation •   Date maintenance •   Exception ManagementAdministration: •   Build strong working relationships with internal and external customers. •   Daily communication on successes and opportunities. •   Pursue continuous education on Transportation and Supply Chain. •   Trusted with confidential information. •   Embrace a Winning mindset, while being aligned, agile and adaptable.REQUIREMENTS AND MINIMUM EDUCATION LEVEL:•   High School Diploma, with a college education preferred.  •   Requires a professional approach to internal and external customers.  •   Demonstrates a professional image and demeanor.•   Transportation and/or logistics experience preferred  •   Experience in a tactical and fast-paced office environment  •   Strong customer service skills

Nestlé S.A. • Dekalb, U.S.

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Part-time Basketball Gym Supervisor

DescriptionThe City of Olathe is seeking energetic individuals to supervise youth basketball games at local Olathe school gyms. This position is part-time and shifts are Saturdays and Sundays from January 8th to March 6th.This position will monitor recreation programs, sports officials, attendees and assist staff as needed. The basketball gym supervisor is responsible for setting up and tearing down the gym, checking in basketball officials, settling disputes and ensuring that all policies are being followed.Key ResponsibilitiesAssist in monitoring scheduled sport programs, follow-up to ensure opening and/or closing of designated facilitiesLearn the operations of the center (as required) as it relates to:EquipmentFacility systemsExperience & EducationExperience: Must be 18 years or older. No experience necessary. 1 year experience working with school age youth, recreation facility or programming (Preferred)Education: High school diploma or GED (Preferred)Ensure the officials, instructors, and coaches are available and report in a timely manner.Effectively communicate with program managers, specialists, and Parks & Recreation staff, patrons, players, and parentsDemonstrate excellent customer service.Follow basic supervision responsibilities:Monitor group and individual activities.Enforce safety rules.Interact with patrons as needed.Intervene when patrons are not adhering to guidelines and safety regulations.Prepare, set-up, and clean-up activities as needed.

Careerbuilder • Olathe, U.S.

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Staff Housekeeper - Part-time (21 hrs/wk)

Job Summary: Performs light housekeeping chores for elderly, in senior centers and homebound clients. Job Responsibilities: 1. Change bed linens, wash and iron clients' laundry, and clean clients' apartments. 2. Participate in the scheduling of appointments. Report all problems and issues to supervisor. 3. Shop for clients. 4. Accompany ambulatory clients outside home, serving as guide, companion, and aide. 5. Perform variety of miscellaneous duties as requested such as obtaining household supplies and running errands. 6. Perform other duties as assigned during non-scheduled appointment times. 7. Maintain records of services provided and of apparent condition of client. 8. Report all problems encountered to professional staff. 9. Perform other duties as needed or requested.Knowledge, Skills And RequirementsHigh School diploma or General Education Degree (GED) or at least one year related experience and/or training, or equivalent combination of education and experience. To ensure the safety of our clients and staff, all new employees must be fully vaccinated prior to their start date. Upon acceptance of a conditional job offer, candidates who are not already vaccinated must obtain the first dose of the vaccine within three (3) calendar days of job offer and must obtain any subsequent doses in accordance with the vaccine protocol. Employees may be eligible for a medical or religious exemption from the vaccine; those employees who are approved for a medical exemption must submit to weekly testing in accordance with Selfhelp’s COVID 19 testing policy.

Glassdoor Inc. • New York, U.S.

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Content Writer (Contract) REMOTE JOB

Albert and our authors are passionate about creating world-class content. Working alongside expert educators, you will contribute directly to the heart of Albert: our content. (Please note: This is a part-time remote position.)Current OpeningsLiteratureBiologyChemistryEarth and Space SciencePhysicsSTEM FreelancerAlgebra 1 Blog WriterAP® Art HistoryAP® Calculus AB & BCAP® Computer Science A or PrinciplesAP® European HistoryAP® Macro- or MicroeconomicsAP® Physics 1 or 2AP® Physics C: Mechanics or E&MAP® PsychologyAP® Spanish LanguageAP® StatisticsAP® World History: ModernAlthough other courses may not be hiring at the moment, please apply! We will have your application should new subjects open in the future.Responsibilities Writing rigorous questions and explanations in your subject areaGiving and responding to feedbackManaging time to complete self-paced projectsBenefitsLearn to create cutting-edge digital contentDelve into your curriculumPractice writing rigorous assessments aligned to your subject’s standardsDevelop relationships with expert educators across the countryBenefit from the collective expertise of our in-house content teamRequirementsBasicsSubject expertiseMiddle or high school teaching experienceStrong written communication skillsFlexibility in adapting to project changesComfort with technologyExcellent time management skillsDesire to collaborate with other educators.A familiarity with Albert's Course LibraryA positive, can-do attitude!Preferred QualificationsA degree in your relevant subjectExperience designing and/or implementing technology in classrooms or schoolsIf you are applying to be a writer for an AP® subject, you ideally teach AP® classes in that subject

Albert Corporation • Cambridge, u.s.

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Laboratory Animal Caretaker

Position: Laboratory Animal Caretaker Location: Philadelphia, PA Duration: 7 Months (High possibility of extension) Responsibilities : Job Description: The laboratory animal caretaker is responsible for providing a variety of animal husbandry services in support of Clients mission. Job Responsibilities Provide brief description of four or five separate responsibilities (not tasks or activities): 1. Understands and follows all SOPs and Quality Assurance Standards. 2. Performs daily animal health checks and reports any abnormal animal conditions to the veterinary technician and /or Area Supervisor. 3. Disposes of dead animals following standard SOPs and policies. 4. Changes animal caging, to include feed and water, according to SOPs and/or specific approved protocols and the schedule established by the Area Supervisor. 5. Sexes and weans animals according the SOPs. 6. Maintains daily animal census sheets, room equipment and status form sheets, and other forms requested by the Area Supervisor. 7. Cleans and sanitizes animal facility, assigned rooms and cages according to SOPs. 8. Maintains and repairs animal caging and support equipment. 9. Receives, examines, transfers, identifies and properly houses incoming animal shipments according to SOPs. 10. Assist with the restraint, handling and manipulation of various animal species as requested by the investigators. 11. Perform routine cleaning, descaling, and preventative maintenance on the cage washers and autoclaves, including checking and cleaning filters and spray manifolds. 12. Process clean caging and accessory equipment appropriately, including putting bedding into cages and autoclaving cages and supplies. 13. Understand and follow appropriate SOPs, safety procedures, and quality assurance guide-lines. 14. Prepare and submit records, charts, logs, cage cards, and inventories as required by SOPs. 15. Other duties as assigned to support animal care and welfare. Education: Required Education: High School/GED This is a level 2A worker but this worker needs additional health clearances to work with animals. The worker will need a respiratory medical evaluation questionnaire completed, a baseline hearing test completed, medical clearance saying he/she is cleared to be respiratory mask fit tested, a recent TB test, a Q fever titer completed, a Tdap vaccine, and a hepatitis B vaccine/proof of immunity/declination form Languages: English ( Speak, Read, Write ) Skills: Preferred Experience: Prior experience working with animals in private practice, laboratory animal or zoo animal setting

Careerbuilder • Philadelphia, U.S.

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Survey Crew Chief

Professional Engineering Consultants (PEC) was founded more than a half century ago as a full-service consulting firm providing mechanical, electrical, structural, civil, transportation, water and wastewater, land development, planning services; a broad range of field work including survey, geotechnical, construction inspection, testing, air and water balance capabilities; as well as the all the essential professions it takes to make it all come together for our public, private, and industrial clients. Headquartered in Wichita, Kansas, with additional locations in Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Colorado, our projects take us across the nation and around the world. At PEC, our employees have a passion for the communities where they work, live, and play.If you are looking for a career path that provides the opportunity for you to reach your full potential, PEC is the place to be. PEC's team culture is built on our ability to solve problems through a collaborative process. We elevate each other by aligning personal strengths to professional development. Our engineers and staff do not just sit behind desks. We work together with other teams, make site visits, take tours, meet face-to-face with the clients, establish big goals, and set out to achieve them.PEC has an opportunity for a Survey Crew Chief in our Topeka, Kansas office. Qualifications and Skills: Associates Degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school; or six months to one year of related experience, and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.P.S. or L.S.I.T. preferred but not required.Current, valid Driver's License.Legally authorized to work in the U.S. without sponsorship.Data collection basics, CAD skills, Proficient in Microsoft Office. Possesses above average mathematical knowledge and ability to operate tablets and computers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, age, marital status, pregnancy, genetic information, or other legally protected status. Position Duties and Responsibilities:Serves as a lead to staff to include assigning and monitoring work, and providing direction in performing various land survey operations.Leads and participates in a variety of land survey operations such as boundary, topography, leveling, design, as-built, and maintaining horizontal and vertical control networks operating and utilizing a full range of survey equipment including basic computer skills.Prepares and verifies mathematical calculations related to surveying and basic engineering; computes and adjusts angles, distances, bearings, traverses, and elevations; interprets and computes field data, and evaluates for accuracy and completeness; maintains accurate survey and non-survey related records in the form of field notes, reports, and sketches; maintains vertical and horizontal control notes in files, field book, and computer.Conducts project research, secures equipment, uses safety techniques, performs the survey operation, handles the equipment, records data, and performs other associated duties for the purpose of delivering a successful project.Prepares and maintains a variety of records, logs, diaries, and/or other related documentation.Analyzes record data, deeds, and plats for property and boundary control.Answers questions and provides information to the public concerning surveying activities.Tracks and maintains survey supplies such as stakes and marking equipment; ensures safety devices are present and in use as appropriate; may place traffic control devices and/or direct traffic.Maintains regular attendance and punctuality.

Careerbuilder • Topeka, U.S.

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