Captains, Mates, and Pilots of Water Vessels
Operate and captain cargo and passenger vessels, provide expeditions, transport, and charter services. Responsibilities include supervising personnel in all aspects of boat maintenance and operations. Captain duties consist of wheel watch, radar watch, communication and coordination with clients, transportation and support of crews, vessel maintenance, training new personnel in all operations, supervising boat crew, assigning work details, and ensuring compliance with strict U.S. Coast Guard safety regulations. Monitor crew safety awareness and knowledge of mission objectives, participate in performance evaluations of subordinates, order equipment, maintain boats and marine equipment, and serve as instructor on Navigation, Marine Safety, Confined Space Entry, and Hazwoper on a continuous basis. Supervise personnel in all aspects of boat maintenance and operations, wheel watch, radar watch, communication and coordination with clients, transportation and support of crews, vessel maintenance, training new personnel in all operations, supervising boat crew, and assigning work details.
Greet customers, operate a computerized cash register and scanning system with cash, check, and credit card transactions, bag items, help customers to locate merchandise within the store, stock non-grocery products and seasonal goods, and assist the scanning manager with entering price changes into the computer. Balance drawer, assist customers with purchases in a fast and friendly manner, pull damaged, dated, and discontinued items, create signs and visual displays, and provide consistently high quality customer service and satisfaction.
Chefs and Cooks, Restaurant
Trained and knowledgeable in all positions and stations including Sous Chef, Sauté, Pantry, Broiler, Saucier, Pastry, Grill, Prep, Expediter, and Line Cook. Demonstrated abilities in various cuisines. Experienced in innovation and creation of soups, stocks, sauces, vegetables, plate garnishes, salads, dressings, seasonings, desserts, hot and cold appetizers, meats, steaks, shellfish, fresh and saltwater fish, poultry, lamb, pork, and veal. Responsible for all aspects of daily kitchen operations for an upscale, casual dining establishment. Supervised kitchen employees, including training, scheduling, and related personnel management duties. Oversaw inventory and purchasing of food, supplies, and equipment, menu development, and coordinated vendor relations. Managed cost controls for both food and labor, expense budgets, and quality control. Prepare and prep food items, participate in menu development, monitor security measures, loss prevention, and coordinated facility maintenance and upkeep. Work to ensure compliance with all restaurant policies and procedures, as well as health and safety regulations. Provide consistently high quality customer service and satisfaction, and work to facilitate a clean, hospitable, and friendly dining experience. Serve as team leader to improve work flow and restaurant efficiency.
Chief Executive Officers
Coordinate all aspects of strategic and operational planning for corporations, recruit management team, hire developers, architectural firms, attorneys, accountants, and engineers, organize all legal, corporate reporting, and regulatory requirements, and coordinate with legislative officials and investment representatives. Expedite manufacturing or service operations to meet a production deadlines, roll out new products and programs, and meet challenging regulatory rules and regulations. Coordinate political and public relations ceremonies, serve as public speaker, utilize all available marketing and public relations strategies, and maintain extensive involvement and participation in national and local associations, conferences, and shows. Complete various special projects assigned by the Board of Directors, perform due diligence research and analysis, analyze potential acquisitions, strengthen investor relationships, develop and implement annual budgets, audits, and schedules, oversee reporting, and assist in conversions of acquired institutions.
Child Care Workers, Supervisors, Pre-K Teachers
Provide management and daily program supervision for children within a quality day care environment. Duties and responsibilities include developing curriculum for and supervising staff members, training parents on basic foundation for school preparation, and directing staff in various duties, including reading stories, organizing learning and enrichment activities, overseeing office duties, and answering phones. Coordinate closely with parents to focus on developmental issues and provide feedback. Maintain State, Board of Health, and Fire Marshal standards in program, staff, and facility needed for licensure. As teacher and caregiver for pre-K children, use state-of-the-art learning centers and learning materials, provide overall supervision of daily activities, including reading, organizing learning activities, playtime, naps, meals, personal hygiene, child safety, parties, and special events. Responsible for classroom management, advancing pre-reading, pre-writing, and pre-math comprehension skills, storytelling, organizing group learning and play time, music and art, scheduling daily activities, assessment and evaluation of child progress, providing discipline, supervising nap times, and coordination with parents and staff.
Claims Adjusters, Examiners, and Investigators
Responsibilities include all aspects of liability claims adjustment for auto, bodily injury, casualty, property loss / damage claims, including investigating and evaluating claims, interviewing claimants, and negotiating settlements. Coordinate with various professionals in the field and submit all necessary paperwork and reports. Handle claims with settlement authority, investigate insurance claims, prepare reports on findings and negotiate settlements with clients, take photos and detailed notes, interview claimants and witnesses, consult police and hospital records, and inspect damage to determine extent of liability for specific incidents.
Responsibilities include serving congregation as Minister. Write and deliver weekly sermons and homilies, conduct Bible studies and other classes, oversee youth groups, recruit volunteers from within the congregation, coordinate with issues involving church budget, facilities, and renovations, provide family and individual counseling, preside over weddings, baptisms, funerals, and various other church functions, and all related pastoral duties. Responsible for counseling, guidance, spiritual enrichment, and mentoring within community. Perform religious ceremonies and rituals, report to higher officials, and engage in prayer and worship.
Coaches & Scouts
Hold responsibility for providing instruction in sports techniques, implementing practices, coaching games, determining skill and fitness levels, and teaching exercise and conditioning techniques. Design new strength and conditioning programs to improve muscle tone, strength, and stamina, implement pre-season workouts, and demonstrate proper use of exercise equipment. Lead team meetings, coordinate closely with players, media, and front office, travel with team to numerous competitions. Design and execute plays, enforce team discipline, select and draft players, and implement winning and competitive game strategies.
Computer Systems Analysts, IT Directors & Managers
Manage IT teams, employees, technicians, and managers assigned to design, deploy and support processing platforms and network infrastructure. Skilled in information systems management, developing effective Network Systems & Internet strategies, programming for specific customized client and system requirements, and meeting client needs. Utilize technical skills to support corporate image, enhance brand development, content management, project management, marketing, communication, multimedia, graphic design, and programming. Experienced in installation, maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of desktops, laptops, servers, video cards, sound cards, network cards, modems, routers, power supplies, UPS, printers, and scanners. Software and system duties expertise includes installation, maintenance, troubleshooting, updating and maintenance of Windows 9x/NT/2000, Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), Access, Outlook, and Internet Explorer. Proficient in Pascal Assembler, COBOL, C, C++, QuickBooks, Microsoft FrontPage, Microsoft Tools, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, DreamWeaver, HTML, Gif Animator, Online Bulletin Board, Online Secure Shopping, Password Protected Websites, Search Engine Submission, Website Advertising, Macromedia Flash, and related spreadsheets, databases, and software programs. Responsible for coordinating with staff in researching alternative solutions to enhance efficiency, productivity, and integrity of client networks, preparing project plans, and advising clients on system needs. Assist in the design, installation, upgrading, and configuring of network equipment (servers, hubs, switches, routers, etc.) for operational networks, design company user manuals, and conduct custom training sessions for clients. Provide high-level support in resolving network problems either directly on-site of via telephone. Responsible for the administration of LAN and WAN systems, including installation, documentation, and maintenance, with a network system of personal computers connected via Token ring and Ethernet. Direct PC Technicians with hardware and software installations through detailed written instructions on workstation configuration and application setup. Oversee administration of file servers, with duties including new server installations, adding users, installing or upgrading server-based software, and troubleshooting. Design and implement expansions by configuring and installing routers and switches. Coordinate with cable contractors to run fiber and UTP cable, work with vendors to attain support of their products and knowledge of the latest technologies, develop comprehensive documentation including installation and maintenance of the computer network, with responsibility for logging activities and presenting them in reports.
Serve as a liaison and concierge at hotels with responsibility for resolving guest issues related to hotel policies, guest service, amenities, and reservations, as well as optimizing guests' visits. Perform a wide range of management responsibilities and coordination with various departments, including Sales, Operations, Guest Services, Front Desk, Food & Beverage, and Security. Identify, influence, and coordinate itineraries, amenities, and special requests for guests with particular skill at engaging guests in local culture and history while adapting activities to suit individual styles and needs. Responsible for maintaining thorough, up-to-date knowledge on entertainment, restaurants, tours, amenities, vendors, and other local and cultural elements through on-site research, literature and business-to business relationships. Duties and responsibilities include serving as a liaison for all sites, activities, and entertainment within the city. Additionally coordinate all necessary business support and corporate services, as well as guest orientation and information. Make suggestions and recommendations based upon individual assessment of client's needs and available resources. Services include researching and arranging a wide variety guest requests, including tickets, airline reservations, restaurant reservations, secretarial services, car rentals, out-of-town drives, golf tee times, flowers, birthdays, anniversaries, gifts, meeting rooms, power lunches, parties, entertainment, cruises, tours (air, boat, bus, walking), health spas, massage therapy, banking needs, and private requests.
Construction Workers / Carpenters
Serve as construction worker and carpenter specializing in residential or commercial construction and remodeling, with duties including framing, rough-in and finish carpentry, remodeling bathrooms and kitchens, renovating living rooms, bedrooms, and other living spaces, hanging sheetrock, plumbing and rewiring, installing windows, doors, flooring, and carpeting, finish work, cabinets, painting, structural work, decks, and other construction projects. Ensure compliance with local building codes and permit requirements, supervise helpers, coordinate with other crafts, observe safety regulations, and review blueprints.
Construction Managers & Superintendents
Experienced in construction crew supervision, renovation, material take-off, and cost estimating within construction, commercial, and residential environments, managing crews, subcontractors, and vendors, tracking job progress, safety awareness, community relations, cost controls, scheduling operational tasks and projects, insisting on quality and excellence, logistics and planning, and project management. Experience in risk management, working with property owners, administration and monitoring of contract agreements, and effective interaction with inspectors. Experience in managing all aspects of construction projects, maintaining up-to-date knowledge of techniques and materials, selection and maintenance of power tools, ordering stock and supplies, job completion, reporting to senior management, and meeting all deadlines. Effective interaction with engineers, crews, and subcontractors, quickly acquiring new technical information, careful reading of instructions, drawings, and blueprints, submitting reports and memos, and the ability to establish and maintain professional relationships. Supervise crews and subcontractors in framing walls, drywall, texture, paint, concrete, carpeting and flooring, lights, ceilings, and related jobs. Coordinate, schedule, and supervise crews, monitor subcontractors, estimate costs, order materials, maintain vendor relations, receive shipments, manage equipment / tool maintenance, and related administrative duties. Assist in controlling work hours, inspection of work, materials sourcing, scheduling, and purchasing. Submit daily, weekly, and final reports on all jobs managed, ensure compliance with building codes, and comply with safety regulations. Personally handle hiring of personnel, payroll, inspection of work, estimates, materials sourcing, and purchases. Ensure quality control and coordinate scheduling for work, plumbing, electrical, drywall, roofing, finish work, cabinets, painting, and other construction projects. Read blueprints, monitor compliance with local building codes, process permit requirements, and maintain an excellent safety record. Recognized by clients, architects, inspectors, owners, and contractors for detail-oriented work style, outstanding technical skills, quality job performance, working effectively within limited budgets, and timely completion of all projects. Construction skills include residential and commercial projects, house leveling, floors, project lay-out, estimating, purchasing, sheetrock, tape and texture, finish carpentry, light plumbing, installing cabinets and counters, trim carpentry, and metal roofing. Supervise crews of skilled craftsmen and laborers, bid jobs, estimate materials and labor, prepare contracts for customer signature, line out subcontractors, and manage projects.
Correctional Officers & Prison Guards
Responsible for supervising and enforcing the rules and regulations governing the operation of a correctional institution, including the confinement, safety, health, and protection of inmates, as well as supervising various work assignments of inmates. Provide care and custody of inmates, ensure safety of inmates and deputies, count and monitor inmates and activities on tier, complete detailed reports on inmate disciplinary actions, and enforcing all departmental rules and regulations. Supervise daily inmate activities including security checks, showering, and meals, escorting inmates to authorized appointments, enforcing noise restrictions, conducting counts, and reporting all unusual incidents. Conduct security checks of facilities and grounds, monitor and maintain pods of inmates on maximum and minimum security levels, and oversee new correctional officers. Operate Afis finger printing machine and central control board panels, work in the booking division, transport inmates to and from jails, oversee G.E.D. class programs, and supervise inmates during recreation and facility maintenance, as well as in the facility kitchen and dining areas.