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Job#/DateJob TitleJob TypeDays/HoursPay RateLocation
Job #J2287
2/24/2017
Entry Level Medical Scribe Opportunity (Redding) Part Time TBD / TBD $10.50 Redding, CA
94608
Duties:  CEP America, among the largest truly democratic physician partnerships in the nation, has a paid part-time position as a Medical Scribe available at Mercy Medical Center in Redding, California for students interested in a career in healthcare, specifically those with intention of attending medical, physician assistant, or nursing school. Scribes work closely with physicians and health care providers to supply real time charting of physician and patient encounters during medical exams. Scribes are responsible for a variety of clerical tasks that include retrieving medical records, documenting the results of diagnostic tests, and preparing discharge instructions. Benefits • First hand exposure to a clinical setting for undergraduates or post baccalaureate students pursuing a career in healthcare • Great opportunity for students taking time off before Medical, PA or NP schools • Scribe hours are counted towards clinical training for most PA programs • Work one-on-one with physicians and other health care providers • Become proficient in medical terminology • Outstanding networking and resume building opportunities
Qualifications:  • Responsible and mature demeanor with a passion for medicine • Strong writing skills • Quick and accurate typing speed • Experience with medical terminology is preferred • Ability to stand, walk and follow a physician for extended periods of time • Ability to work in a stressful and fast paced environment • 1+ year commitment • Self-motivated • Excellent follow through • Completion of a scribe applicant test
 
Job #J2288
2/24/2017
Customer Service Rep Full Time, Part Time Monday - Friday / 8:30 - 4:30 11.00 Manteca, CA
95336
Duties:  Multi line phone, logging new business, typing quotes, assisting underwriters, filing, basic office duties.
Qualifications:  Type 45 wpm, Ability to multi task, Effective communication skills, Basic computer skills, cope in a fast pased enviroment.
 
Job #J2289
2/24/2017
ASSOCIATE CIVIL ENGINEER Full Time Monday- Friday / 40 $5,686.00- $6,912.00 Turlock, CA
95380
Duties:  The City of Turlock is accepting applications for the position of Associate Civil Engineer. This individual will perform complex engineering calculations and will review development maps and plans for compliance with State and Municipal Codes and specifications.
Qualifications:  Please visit City's website for full details.
 
Job #J2290
2/24/2017
ASSISTANT ENGINEER Full Time Monday- Friday / 40 $5,158.00- $6,269.00 Turlock, CA
95380
Duties:  City of Turlock is accepting applications for the position of Assistant Engineer. This individual will perform complex engineering calculations and will review development maps and plans for compliance with City codes and specifications.
Qualifications:  Please visit City's website for full details.
 
Job #J2291
2/24/2017
PULIC WORKS CONSTRUCTION INSPECTOR Full Time Monday- Friday / 40 $5.031.00- $6,115.00 Turlock, CA
95380
Duties:  The City of Turlock is accepting applications for the position of Public Works Construction Inspector. This individual will inspect private and public improvement projects to insure compliance with all approved plans, specifications, ordinances, rules, and regulations of the City of Turlock. The incumbent will also enforce applicable safety standards and regulations, maintain records and prepare reports pertaining to projects inspected, issue encroachment, water, sewer, and utility permits and perform related work as required.
Qualifications:  Please visit City's website for full details.
 
Job #J2292
2/24/2017
LAND SURVEYING TECHNICIAN I/II Full Time Monday- Friday / 40 $3,491.00- $5,158.00 Turlock, CA
95380
Duties:  The City of Turlock is accepting applications for the position of Land Surveying Technician I/II. This individual will perform office and field land surveying and engineering work and assist the engineering staff.
Qualifications:  Please visit City's website for full details.
 
Job #J2293
2/24/2017
ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN I/II Full Time Monday- Friday / 40 $3,491.00- $5,158.00 Turlock, CA
95380
Duties:  The City of Turlock is accepting applications for the position of Engineering Technician I/II. This incumbent will perform drafting, office and field engineering work, perform construction inspections as assigned, and assist professional engineers.
Qualifications:  Please visit City's website for full details.
 
Job #J2294
2/24/2017
Pest Control Adviser Trainee Full Time 5 / 50-60 salary Stockton, CA
93711
Duties:  Job Description Crop Production Services in Vernalis, CA; Stockton, CA; Walnut Grove, CA have an opening for a PCA trainee. Reporting to the facility manager, the successful candidate will work under an established PCA, inspecting farmers’ fields and records weed, insect, disease and other observations. learning agronomy, and sales skills. The trainee plays an important role in field scouting services offered to help make timely informed and economical field crop decisions. There may also be an opportunity to provide location support and special events support during the growing season. The PCA Trainee will transition to a PCA role once the facility manager feels the trainee has skill set. Training You will report to one supervisor who is responsible for your schedule, safety procedure training and agronomy training including weed, insect and disease identification, pest and crop population counts, crop and weed staging and other diagnostic issues that may occur in fields. You will have daily contact with your supervisor along with location representatives and other employees as required. You will be supplied with equipment to do your job. Career Opportunities This role allows you to develop diagnostic agronomy skills and inter-personal skills while providing you insight into the sales, operational and administrative functions of the company. The PCA Trainee role is an excellent entry level role and opens the door to future opportunities as a PCA, or other opportunities with Crop Production Services locally and world-wide.
Qualifications:  Job Qualifications • Ag Based Degree, ability to test and obtain PCA license within 8 months of date of hire • Preference given to individuals with experience with vines and/or field scouting experience • Valid driver's license and clean driving record • Ability to work outdoors for extended periods of time under all weather conditions • Above average organizational skills, ability to understand new concepts and learn quickly, complete work targets with little or no supervision in a timely manner, self-motivated • Ability to pass drug and alcohol screening
 
Job #J2295
2/24/2017
Field Checker Intern-Paid 5 / 50-60 hourly Stockton, CA
93711
Duties:  Position Description: The field checker will be responsible for inspecting farmers’ fields and records weed, insect, disease and other observations (including monitoring traps), tissue and soil sampling. This position plays an important role in field scouting services offered to help make timely informed and economical field crop decisions. You will report to one supervisor who is responsible for your schedule, safety procedure training and agronomy training including weed, insect and disease identification, pest and crop population counts, crop and weed staging and other diagnostic issues that may occur in fields. You will have daily contact with your supervisor along with location representatives and other employees as required. You will be supplied with equipment to do your job. Other Information: • Hourly wage • Applicants must have a valid driver's license and clean driving record • Applicants must be able to work outdoors for extended periods of time under all weather conditions • Above average organizational skills, ability to understand new concepts and learn quickly, complete work targets with little or no supervision in a timely manner, self-motivated
Qualifications:  Position Requirements: • Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior pursuing a BS in Plant Science, Crop & Soil Science, Agronomy, Horticulture, Botany • Ability to pass drug and alcohol screening
 
Job #J2280
2/23/2017
NEED HELP MOVING AND PACKING Quick Cash (1-time job) Sat. Feb. 25 / 11am to ?? $15.00/Hour Modesto, CA
Duties:  Need 2-3 strong people (males and/or females) to help me pack and move on Saturday Feb. 25. MJC College area.
Qualifications:  Must be strong, motivated and willing to work hard for a short time.
 
Job #J2281
2/23/2017
Recreation Specialist I/II Part Time, Temporary/Seasonal Various / Various $11.88 Manteca, CA
95337
Duties:  Under the supervision of the Recreation Coordinator, the Recreation Specialist II will work in a Licensed Child Care program; Kids' Zone which is offered at 9 MUSD elementary schools before or after school hours, depending on the needs of the programs with the emphasis on recreation OR may work at City sponsored events, City sponsored classes, Tiny Tots, special events or City sponsored sporting events. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Set up program for the arrival of program participants. Sign participants into and/or out of program. Supervise participants at all times during activities. Plan and organize crafts and /or art projects with children. Arrange and supervise usage of games and/or sports equipment. Prepare and distribute snacks for participants. Communicate with Manteca Parks and Recreation staff, parents of participants, and school staff regarding relevant information about the program and its participants. Be courteous and a positive role model for participants. Perform minor clean up as needed or necessary. Maintain professional, courteous behavior toward co-workers, members of the public and all other contacted in the course of work. Perform related duties as assigned by supervisor in area of assignment.
Qualifications:  Applicants seeking employment in Kids’ Zone Program are required to have experience working with school age children in a child care center, after school program, summer camp, and/or related field. A minimum of 3 E.C.E. units/General Education; college transcripts must be provided. The following experience is desired for Kids’ Zone Program: • 6 or more E.C.E. units in Child Development. • Experience working in an after school program or child care setting. • Experience working with the public. *All applicants not meeting the education and experience requirement for this position will not be considered for employment in Kids’ Zone, however may be considered for other recreational areas as listed under Basic Function.
 
Job #J2282
2/23/2017
Recreation Leader I Part Time, Temporary/Seasonal Various / Various $10.50 Manteca, CA
95337
Duties:  Under supervision, the Recreation Leader acts as a leader and instructs, supervises others in recreational activities at various locations such as public parks, After School programs, Day Camps, the senior center and community sites. Recreation Leader is a part time position that provides assistants to coordinators, volunteers, and participants in conducting successful recreation activities; and assists professional staff in planning, organizing and conducting recreation activities and events. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Becomes familiar with rules and regulations of activities and events and enforces them. Displays leadership, responsibility, and professionalism during and after work hours. Communicates strongly with patrons, students, other staff members, and supervisors. Follows work procedures and schedules. Issues written and oral instructions to participants. Works with a workforce of 5-50 staff members. Prepares attendance and accident reports. Work weekdays, weekends and evenings. Performs a variety of miscellaneous duties such as answering phone, leading recreation activities, sports, and games, crafts activities for children, teens and adults. Collecting of fees, helping set up for classes, events, etc. Responds to public inquiries about programs. Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:  Any combination equivalent to: sufficient training and experience to demonstrate the knowledge and abilities listed above. Must be at least sixteen (16) years of age Satisfactory fingerprint clearance by the Department of Justice. Valid work permit if under 18 years of age
 
Job #J2283
2/23/2017
Games Official Part Time, Temporary/Seasonal Various / Various $13.77 Manteca, CA
95337
Duties:  The Games Official II is responsible for officiating games as a referee/games official in Adult or Youth Sports Leagues and Tournament games utilizing current rules and regulations applying to particular sports. Games officials will also be responsible for operating the scoreboard and maintaining records of scheduled sports games and programs sponsored or coordinated by the Parks and Recreation Department. The employee is under the direct supervision of the assigned Program Coordinator and the Recreation Supervisor. Officiates at City sports and athletic events. Possesses knowledge of the Rules of Play standard to various sports and as modified by the City. Maintains knowledge of recreation and sports event rules and regulations. Maintains order and enforces safety procedures for both participants and spectators during sporting events. Ensures that game courts, fields, and equipment are in proper and safe playing condition. Operates a scoreboard in an accurate and efficient manner and fills out a scorebook/stat sheet. Keeps accurate records of the game such as scoring, time-outs, fouls, time, etc. Watches play with sufficient clarity to maintain accurate scoring records. Turns in paperwork and game results to Recreation Coordinator. Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:  Must be at least sixteen (16) years of age. Satisfactory fingerprint clearance by the Department of Justice. Possession of a valid California Class C Driver’s License, desired but not required. Valid CPR and First Aid certification desired but not required. Valid work permit if under 18 years of age
 
Job #J2284
2/23/2017
Assistant Pool Manager Part Time, Temporary/Seasonal Various / Various $12.48 Manteca, CA
95337
Duties:  Under the direction of the Pool Manager, the Assistant Pool Manager will plan, organize, direct and manage aquatic programs which may include one or more of the following: public swim, night swim, lap swim, junior lifeguarding, swim meets, group swim lessons, private swim lessons and other related activities and programs. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Trains, motivates and evaluates assigned staff; reviews progress and suggests changes as needed. Provides leadership and direction in the development of short and long range plans; prepares data for studies, reports and recommendations; coordinates activities and training with other departments and outside agencies as needed. Communicates official plans, policies and procedures to supervisor, staff and the general public. Determines work procedures, and expedites workflow; studies and standardizes procedures to improve efficiency and effectiveness of operations. Issues written and oral instructions; assigns duties and examines work for exactness, nearness and conformance to policies and procedures. Maintains harmony among workers and resolves grievances; performs or assists subordinates in performing duties; addresses errors and complaints. Prepares attendance, accident, incident and routine accounting reports. Coordinates staff in the development and implementation of aquatics programs. Schedules, prepares and coordinates staff trainings throughout the season. Directs the patrolling of the pool and the enforcement of safety rules and regulations. Supervises classes, and co-sponsored programs. Schedules and runs various aquatics events throughout the season, including lap swim, scuba and junior lifeguarding programs. Performs a variety of miscellaneous duties such as answering phones, typing correspondence, running errands, obtain supplies needed for activities, conducting classes, selling passes, collecting fees; making arrangements for rental and use of pool, helping set up for classes and events. Responds to public inquiries about aquatics programs. Coordinates special aquatics programs, registers participants, collects fees, and acquires coaches, instructors and assigned lifeguards. Oversees the maintenance of the swimming pool. Monitors pool water chemistry though testing of water samples. Maintain maintenance records. Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:  EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: Any combination equivalent to: sufficient training and experience to demonstrate the knowledge and abilities listed above. LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS: Must be at least sixteen (16) years of age Valid California driver's license. Lifesaving (Red Cross, YMCA or Ellis), and First Aid CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers, Title 22 First Aid Certifications are required and must be obtained before the start of the aquatics season. Lifeguarding Instructor or Instructor Trainer Certification is desired. Satisfactory fingerprint clearance by the Department of Justice. Valid work permit if under 18 years of age
 
Job #J2285
2/23/2017
Pool Manager Part Time, Temporary/Seasonal Various / Various $15.58 Manteca, CA
95337
Duties:  Under the general direction of designated supervisor, the Pool Manager will plan, organize, direct and manage aquatic programs which may include one or more of the following: public swim, night swim, lap swim, junior lifeguarding, swim meets, group swim lessons, private swim lessons and other related activities and programs. Plans and organizes workloads and staff assignments; trains, motivates and evaluates assigned staff; reviews progress and directs changes as needed. Provides leadership and direction in the development of short and long range plans; prepares data for studies, reports and recommendations; coordinates activities and training with other departments and outside agencies as needed. Communicates official plans, policies and procedures to supervisor, staff and the general public. Determines work procedures, prepares work schedules, and expedites workflow; studies and standardizes procedures to improve efficiency and effectiveness of operations. Issues written and oral instructions; assigns duties and examines work for exactness, neatness, and conformance to policies and procedures. Maintains harmony among workers and resolves grievances; Performs or assists subordinates in performing duties; adjusts errors and complaints. Prepares attendance, accident, incident and routine accounting reports. Coordinates staff in the development and implementation of aquatics programs. Schedules, prepares and coordinates staff trainings throughout the season. Directs the patrolling of the pool and the enforcement of safety rules and regulations. Supervises classes, and co-sponsored programs. Schedules and runs various aquatics events throughout the season. Performs a variety of miscellaneous duties such as answering phone, typing correspondence, running errands, obtain supplies needed for activities, conducting classes, selling passes, collecting fees; making arrangements for rental and use of pool, helping set up for classes, events, etc. Responds to public inquiries about aquatics programs. Coordinates special aquatics programs, registers participants, collects fees, acquires coaches, instructors and assigns lifeguards. Oversees the maintenance of the swimming pool. Monitors pool water chemistry through testing of water samples. Maintain maintenance records. OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned.
Qualifications:  Knowledge of aquatics planning and administration. Knowledge of the facilities, operations and techniques used in a community aquatics program. Skill in First Aid, CPR, and Lifeguarding. Ability to develop, coordinate, and direct varied activities involved in an aquatics program. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, supervisors, other agencies, participants, instructors, community leaders, and the general public. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to plan and supervise the work of paid staff and volunteers. Report to work every scheduled workday.
 
Job #J2286
2/23/2017
Lifeguard/Aquatic Instructor Part Time, Temporary/Seasonal Various / Various $11.04 Manteca, CA
95337
Duties:  Based on the applicants position, experience and program need, applicant will work under the general direction of the Recreation Coordinator, Pool Manager and Assistant Manager(s) performing various duties including guarding and protecting patrons and students during Open Swim and Swim Lessons, and teaching basic to advanced swim lessons to 1-4 students at a time. Lifeguard Trainee/Lifeguard/Aquatic Instructor will educate and enforce rules and regulations to patrons and students. ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Becomes familiar with pool rules and regulations and enforces them. Displays leadership, responsibility, and professionalism during and after work hours. Communicates strongly with patrons, students, other Lifeguard /Aquatic Instructors, and supervisors. Follows work procedures and schedules. Issues written and oral instructions to students and patrons. Works with a workforce of over 50 staff members. Prepares attendance and accident reports, and swim lesson report cards; maintain records and reports. Performs a variety of miscellaneous duties such as answering the phone, conducting classes, collecting fees, helping set up for classes, events, maintenance duties, etc. Responds to public inquiries about aquatics programs. Other duties as assigned. OTHER DUTIES: Perform related duties as assigned.
Qualifications:  Must be at least sixteen (16) years of age Lifesaving (Red Cross, YMCA or Ellis), and First Aid CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers, ability to obtain Title 22 First Aid Certifications are required and must be obtained before the start of the aquatics season. Satisfactory fingerprint clearance by the Department of Justice. Valid work permit if under 18 years of age
 
Job #J2278
2/17/2017
Shelter Staff Full Time, Part Time Tues- Sat; varies / 27 hrs for PT and 40 for FT 11.00 + 5% differential for bilingual Modesto, CA
95350
Duties:  We are looking for Full and Part Time Shelter Staff. Come get experience with youth in a Group Home setting as you pursue your education in the Social Services, Psychology and Counseling Services field. Responsible for supervision of youth through monitoring daily routines, education and other activities. Serve as a role model for positive behavior to help youth as they work toward self-sufficiency. Answer and respond to crisis line, including making appropriate referrals. Will perform intake duties and serve as the initial point of contact for individuals entering or exiting the program.
Qualifications:  High School diploma required; college courses or work experience in related field preferred. Meet all state licensing requirements for group homes; including all employees/applicants be at least twenty-one (21) years of age. 1-2 years experience working with youth desired. Prior experience working with high risk youth and families desired. Ability to handle crisis situations and decide appropriate course of action. Ability to push or pull up to 25 pounds. Ability to ascend and descend stairs. Pass agency paid criminal justice screening including fingerprints, if required Pass agency paid health screening and/or drug testing, if required. First Aid training within seven (7) days of employment, re-certification as necessary Valid California driver’s license and current proof of auto insurance coverage. Pass agency paid MVR clearance with no more than 2 points- if you are under the age of 25 our insurance company will not allow any points.
 
Job #J2279
2/17/2017
Junior Giants Ambassador Part Time, Temporary/Seasonal Varies / 10-20 $11 (varies) Patterson, CA
94107
Duties:  Junior Giants, the flagship program of the Giants Community Fund, is a free, noncompetitive and innovative baseball program for over 24,000 underserved boys and girls ages 5-18 years old. Junior Giants focuses on the Four Bases of Character Development-- Confidence, Integrity, Leadership and Teamwork -- and offers programs in Health, Education, and Bullying Prevention. Ambassador Summary: The Giants Community Fund, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, is looking for student Ambassadors to serve as liaisons between the Fund’s office in San Francisco and Junior Giants leagues located in targeted regions throughout California, Nevada and Oregon. Ambassadors will work directly with their respective league organizer to ensure a high quality program is being delivered to the community and will be trained as research assistants to collect data from parents and coaches (surveys) and participants (interviews). Ambassadors will also be asked to assist with various special events at the league level (First Pitch Meeting, Coach and Team Parent Meetings, game days, practices, etc.) as well as special events at AT&T Park (Coaches Clinic, Junior Giants Festival, Junior Giants Day) and regional events in Sacramento, San Jose and Fresno. Four Junior Giants staff members in our San Francisco office will manage and oversee Ambassadors in their assigned regions. Ambassadors are required to report on a weekly basis to each respective Coordinator/Manager. This is a paid position. We are in need of Ambassadors especially in the following locations: •Suisun City •Plumas Lake •Woodland •Patterson •Tracy •Antioch/Pittsburg/Bay Poi •Concord •Richmond •South Lake Tahoe
Qualifications:  • College student obtaining a degree in recreation, sport management, child development or related majors preferred • Strong communication skills, both written and verbal. Strong interpersonal skills required. • Ability to interact with diverse populations and age groups • Strong organizational and leadership abilities • Transportation to league sites in targeted region • Bilingual (Spanish) preferred Must be available: • Mid-May/early June to mid-August with a flexible schedule to work selected weekdays, but primarily weeknights and weekend days. Exact schedules and game times vary by league. Expected 10-20 hours per week. • Selected applicants will be required to attend an interview at AT&T Park in January/February/March. Upon passing a background check and acceptance into the Ambassador program, a required Ambassador Orientation will be held in May at AT&T Park.