Today's Featured Jobs from MassHire - 05/16/19

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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 – Outreach Specialist – Cape Wide

Full Time: Work directly with homeless individuals across the Cape. The primary role is to provide referrals and coordination of services to increase support and follow-through with individuals who are currently experiencing housing instability. This is a collaborative role that will work directly with individuals and support agencies to stabilize crisis situations and secure housing. Must have experience working in the human services field and working directly with clients and have a dedication to assisting individuals who are experiencing homelessness. Salary range $18.00-$23.00 per hour with full benefits. APPLICATION DEADLINE MAY 24, 2019

Job #2 – Application Support Specialist – Nantucket

Full Time: Supports and enhances financial and business software applications, coordinates with software vendors on licensing, system upgrades and associated training. Works with departments to maximize the use of core enterprise applications, to ensure that all systems are meeting organizational requirements. Bachelor’s degree in computer or information technology preferred; 3-5 years’ experience in application support and implementation; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Salary range $81,696-$102,927 commensurate with experience with full benefits. APPLICATION DEADLINE MAY 31, 2019


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