Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 04/25/19

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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 – Operations Supervisor – Upper Cape

Full Time: Will lead the store and supervisory staff, ensure store operations run smoothly, and responsible for all opening and closing procedures when there is no manager onsite. Supervise the store’s crew through assigning, directing and following up of all activities. Handle all customer relations issues in accordance with company policy. Price merchandise and stock shelves. Support the planning, execute the displays, sign and inventory of weekly, promotional, and seasonal merchandise and maintenance of off-shelf merchandise. Must have the ability to work a full-time flexible schedule, including some early morning, overnight and weekend shifts, to work overtime as needed, and to respond to urgent issues at the store when they arise. Experience as a retail supervisor preferred. High School Diploma or equivalent required.

Job #2 – Maintenance Coordinator – Mid Cape

Full Time: Directs team members in electrical, electronic, mechanical, hydraulic, plumbing, HVAC, and/or pneumatic maintenance and repair of machinery, equipment, and facilities. Oversee and perform Preventative Maintenance (PM), Predictive Maintenance (PDM), corrective repairs, special projects/equipment rebuilds and directing outside service technicians and contractors. Support diagnosing and resolution of breakdowns/malfunctions in machinery, equipment, and facilities. High School Diploma or GED with approved academic course in basic electrical, mechanical and electronics; a minimum of 4 years of experience in a manufacturing facility performing mechanical and electrical inspections, troubleshooting and repairs; or equivalent combination of education and experience required.

 


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