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Summer store associate Part time
Northeast Pools
location-iconNorth Reading MA

Northeast Pools is a swimming pool supply storeApplicants Must be able to Lift 60lbsNo Prior pool knowledge or experience requiredPart time summer associate duties includeassisting customers in storereceiving and checking in product deliveriesre-stocking shelves throughout the day as neededmoving pallets of product and chemicals using an electric pallet jack. transporting large or heavy purchases and loading into to customer's vehicle.  Hand trucks available for use.set weekly schedule with flexibility.  Required17 years or olderLegally authorized to work in the United StatesJob IndustriesRetail

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College Counselor
ASC A+ Program
location-iconBoston MA

We are looking for a passionate College Counselor to join the A+ Summer Enrichment Program! With locations in our Boston and Chinatown schools, the A+ Summer Enrichment Program is focused on preparing students to advance in the upcoming school year. For more information on our course offerings, go to www.aplusprogram.com! We are seeking an experienced College Counselor for our College Application Bootcamp & Essay Writing Course. This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is/Has: Dependable -- More reliable than spontaneous Adaptable/Flexible -- Enjoys doing work that requires frequent shifts in direction Autonomous/Independent -- Enjoys working with little direction Proven experience as a college counselor and/or teacher Thorough knowledge of teaching best practices and legal educational guidelines partnered with a willingness to follow the school's policies and procedures Experience with the Common Application process and thorough knowledge of the Higher Education system Excellent writing and interpersonal skills Well-organized and committed Creative and energetic Strong moral values and discipline College Bootcamp will run Monday-Friday from 2-5 PM. We have two 3-week Sessions that run during the following dates: Session I: July 5th - July 21st, 2022 Session II: August 1st - August 17th, 2022 TO APPLY: Please submit your resume and statement of interest to carlnelson@ascenglish.edu. Please indicate "College Bootcamp Position" in the subject line. Note: Interviews will be conducted remotely. Classes are scheduled to be live but subject to change according to state regulations. All facilities follow safety protocol set by CDC. Pay Range: $30.00 - $40.00 per hour Hours per week: 15 Work Remotely No Job Type: Part-time Pay: $30.00 - $40.00 per hour Schedule: Monday to Friday

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BCBA Contract Position for 4 Week ESY Program near Holbrook, MA
Go Spindle
location-iconHolbrook MA

Are you looking for a new opportunity this summer? Join Spindle with the ESY BCBA Summer program opportunity. Our client near Holbrook, MA is looking for a Part-time, Board Certified Behavior Analyst for an end of summer program from July 11, 2022 - August 4, 2022. Best part is... You're off EVERY Friday. Does it get any better?QualificationsMasters level degree (minimally)Active BCBA certification in MAContract DetailsContract duration: July 11, 2022 - August 4, 2022 (In-person)7:30 am - 1:30 pm M-TH (24 hours weekly)Caseload: Grades K-12Servicing sub-separate program students and students who require BCBA summer services onlyPerksWeekly direct depositReferral bonusesControl your schedule, experience pay visibility and effortless time entry through the Spindle app!Not the best fit for you? No worries! Make sure you download our GoSpindle app to browse more opportunities we have available near you! Feel free to reach out to me - DeVonna Irby - for additional assistance. I would love to help find a better fitting opportunity for you!DeVonna Irby(678) 837-1517DeVonna.Irby@gospindle.comAre you looking for a new opportunity this summer? Join Spindle with the ESY BCBA Summer program opportunity. Our client near Holbrook, MA is looking for a Part-time, Board Certified Behavior Analyst for an end of summer program from July 11, 2022 - August 4, 2022. Best part is... You're off EVERY Friday. Does it get any better?QualificationsMasters level degree (minimally)Active BCBA certification in MAContract DetailsContract duration: July 11, 2022 - August 4, 2022 (In-person)7:30 am - 1:30 pm M-TH (24 hours weekly)Caseload: Grades K-12Servicing sub-separate program students and students who require BCBA summer services onlyPerksWeekly direct depositReferral bonusesControl your schedule, experience pay visibility and effortless time entry through the Spindle app!Not the best fit for you? No worries! Make sure you download our GoSpindle app to browse more opportunities we have available near you! Feel free to reach out to me - DeVonna Irby - for additional assistance. I would love to help find a better fitting opportunity for you!DeVonna Irby(678) 837-1517DeVonna.Irby@gospindle.com

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M-F after school care in Cambridge
Sittercity
location-iconCambridge MA

Looking for part-time/consistent care for our 5 and 7 year olds in Cambridge … hours are roughly 3-6, and 2-6 on Wednesdays. We can me somewhat flexible if this all work except one day. Typical afternoon: pick-up from school (15 min walk/drive if bad weather) and have snack and play/park/activity/play date. Must be comfortable driving kids - we can provide car. If looking for more hours, basic meal prep, laundry, vacuuming, organizing hours available. We aren't just looking for someone to transport our kids, looking for someone who won't be on their phone, will play with toys, and enjoys going outside snow or sun. Our boys love outdoor time, sports, projects, baking, music, imaginative play and art. Ideally we would like someone who could cover some school vacation days and summer help June-August, but not required. Must love dogs, we have two, and taking them out is part of the job. Looking forward to hearing from you and sharing more!

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CSR / CRM / Customer Service - Full Time, Entry Level
Aurora Business Group
location-iconBoston MA

Currently seeking an experienced Customer Service Representative to join their team in Boston, MA . About Us: We are a true leader and innovator in the industry of marketing. Our team of dedicated professionals makes us the success we are today. Job Summary: The Customer Service Representative serves as the face of the company. In most cases, they are the primary company representative, who communicates with our clients. As a result, it is important for each representative to deliver a positive customer service experience. This is accomplished by listening to each customer in order to gain an understanding of their individualized needs and build and maintain relationships. The Customer Service Representative is responsible for supporting our national accounts through various customer service and office duties. Job Responsibilities: Provides Account Management by coordinating and managing customer orders, stock inquiries, product information, Manage order entry timely and accurately Uses product knowledge to provide alternative solutions to customers issues Job Requirements:Requirements Education and Experience: High School Diploma or GED Bachelors degree preferred Customer service and marketing experience preferred Apply if you have the following experience: customer service, customer service manager, customer service specialists, csr, customer service rep, customer service agent, manager, marketing, student, accounting, entrepreneur, job, entry level, sales, marketing, general, retail, restaurant, hospitality, home improvement, construction, management, administrative, administrative assistant, business development, business, internship, advertising, human resources, receptionist, entry level, retail, insurance, education, outside sales, insurance sales agent, pharmaceutical sales agent, strategy-planning, project manager, part-time, server, summer employment, promotions, pr, customer service, full-time, restaurant, quality control, assistant, secretary, public relations, summer, salesman, hotel, safety, executive assistant, summer work, communications, training, human resources, office manager, media, general, social services, sales manager, pharmaceutical sales, food services, jobs, summer, recruiter, sales, bartender, general business, project management, hospitality, server, collections, bookkeeper, intern, management trainee, purchasing, full time, part time, bilingual, inventory, recruiter, counselor, travel, teaching, help desk, law enforcement, trainer, media, executive assistant, assistant to executive

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Counter Staff - Charlestown
Tatte Bakery & Cafe
location-iconCharlestown MA

        Primary responsibilities and requirements: Knowledge of all Tatte products Delivery of delicious food Using cash register Keep a clean and organized workspace.  Provide the highest-quality customer service to our guests Successfully work as a key part of a dynamic team Maintain safety standards at all times while adhering to our policies and procedures Maintains a clean and well-stocked store. Welcome guests to our store, while engaging with them throughout their experience. Determine guests' needs by asking questions and sharing product knowledge.        Your recipe for success: Strong passion and working knowledge for coffee, our products, and guest service. Minimum 1 year of experience working in a fast-paced restaurant/cafe. (Preferred) Engaging, warm, and welcoming communication skills and presence. Desire and ability to work a flexible schedule based on sales trends and business needs. High School degree or equivalent preferred  Summer and weekend availability required        Join a fantastic company and make it happen with us. We would love to meet you!

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Counter Staff - Brookline
Tatte Bakery & Cafe
location-iconBrookline MA

        Primary responsibilities and requirements: Knowledge of all Tatte products Delivery of delicious food Using cash register Keep a clean and organized workspace.  Provide the highest-quality customer service to our guests Successfully work as a key part of a dynamic team Maintain safety standards at all times while adhering to our policies and procedures Maintains a clean and well-stocked store. Welcome guests to our store, while engaging with them throughout their experience. Determine guests' needs by asking questions and sharing product knowledge.        Your recipe for success: Strong passion and working knowledge for coffee, our products, and guest service. Minimum 1 year of experience working in a fast-paced restaurant/cafe. (Preferred) Engaging, warm, and welcoming communication skills and presence. Desire and ability to work a flexible schedule based on sales trends and business needs. High School degree or equivalent preferred  Summer and weekend availability required        Join a fantastic company and make it happen with us. We would love to meet you!

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Summer Learning Academy Teacher
YMCA of Greater Boston
location-iconBoston MA

Job DescriptionSummer Learning Academy - Teacher (Summer 2022)**THIS IS A SUMMER SCHOOL POSITION. EMPLOYMENT IS SEASONAL AND TEMPORARY** PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: BPS 5th Quarter Summer Learning Academies serve as the primary academic summer offerings for BPS students, consisting of an array of high-quality academic and enrichment programs that provide services for targeted student populations in every grade level across the district. In Partnership with the YMCA of Greater Boston, the Summer Learning Programming at the YMCA Day Camp will provide a whole child and whole family approach that blends high-intervention academics with high-quality, traditional day camp activities. BPS Summer Learning Academies aim to:address unfinished learning from SY21-22 and increase academic achievement; develop student socio-emotional skills and increase student efficacy by building skills and competencies - paying careful attention to any additional social-emotional needs created by the pandemicstrengthen the effectiveness of school-community partnerships; and promote student health and wellness.   REPORTS TO: Position reports to the Academic Site Coordinator in partnership with the YMCA Program Administrator overseeing the Day Camp hosting the Summer Learning Academy. The 5th Quarter Summer Learning Academies for in-person will run from Tuesday, July 5 to Friday, August 5, 2021. The total duration of the program will be 5 weeks. The Teacher is expected to:Work all 24 days of the program as well as participate in relevant PD days. PD dates will take place in May and June outside of school hours. Work all hours in accordance with the Program Specific Job Description for the 5th Quarter Summer Learning Academy into which the teacher is hired. Hours vary by program, but no program hours shall exceed 7 hours per day. Independently plan lessons to prepare for rigorous instruction. Set up a remote or in person classroom, attend Professional Development in May and/or June, and complete other duties as outlined in Program Specific Job Descriptions for the position for which the teacher is hired. Additionally, provide notes and feedback on individual students, administer assessments and complete surveys relevant to program goals and student outcomes.  PROGRAM SCHEDULE: Program Weeks – Tuesday, July 5th – Friday, August 5th Daily Student Schedule – Monday through Friday, 8:00-5:00pm Teacher Daily Schedule – Monday – Friday, 8am – 12:30pm Professional Development Will take place virtually starting in May in partnership with BPS and Boston Afterschool and Beyond.  Onsite, YMCA Training will take place virtually and in-person in June/July  RESPONSIBILITIES: Summer Learning Academy Teachers provide students with rigorous instruction that demonstrates the BPS core competencies for effective teaching listed below. Due to the short duration of summer programs and the critical need to boost student learning during this time, it is particularly important that teachers in BPS summer programs:Prepare cognitively-demanding lessons, assignments and enrichment activities (requires some planning work outside of regular program hours) Differentiate instruction so that all students complete rigorous academic work.Establish a productive learning environment and classroom culture in which all students are respected.  This includes forming a collaborative partnership with peer camp counselors working with you in your classroom.Understand and implement culturally and linguistically sustaining practices.Work with the site coordinator to maintain timely student attendance and progress records.Work with site coordinator and other program staff to ensure all outcome goals are on track to be met, including academic outcomes and social-emotional skill development outcomes.Provide students, families, site coordinators and program staff with relevant and timely data.Oversee classroom management; enforce discipline code.Care for program materials and resources.Perform other related duties as requested. CORE COMPETENCIES: Using the Rubric of Effective Teaching, the Office of Human Capital has identified priority skills and abilities that all BPS teachers should possess:Accountability for Student AchievementSet ambitious learning goals for all students, create cognitively demanding tasks, and model the belief that all students can master challenging material through effective effort.Assess student understanding regularly with ambitious learning goals in mind and take ownership of making necessary adjustments to instruction to reach goals despite setbacks.Display passion and optimism about students, content, and the teaching profession.Communicating Content KnowledgeDemonstrate mastery of and enthusiasm for content area and the pedagogy it requires.Demonstrate understanding of how subject matter applies in real-world settings and connects to other content areas and relevant standards.Convey content in creative and engaging ways that align to standards. Equitable & Effective InstructionScaffold and differentiate instruction so that all students do complex thinking and rigorous academic work.Use instructional practices that are likely to challenge, motivate, and engage all students and facilitate equitable, active student participation.Build a productive learning environment where every student participates and is valued as part of the class community.Cultural ProficiencyActively create and maintain an environment in which students’ diverse backgrounds, identities, strengths, and challenges are respected.Parent/Family EngagementEngage with families and build collaborative, respectful relationships in service of student learning.Professional Reflection & CollaborationRegularly reflect on practice, seek and respond to feedback, and demonstrate self-awareness and commitment to continuous learning and development.Participate in and contribute to a collaborative adult learning community.    TERMS:$5000 Stipend for the Summer (paid twice as a contracted vendor for YMCA of Greater Boston)Total compensation is set based on hours of work, including professional development, on-site program time, and additional duties. Professional development hours shall not exceed 20 hours. Compensation differs based on the schedule of individual Summer Learning Academy programs.Site-specific job requirements, program hours, and training schedule to be determined by Summer Learning Academy program. Agreement to site-specific terms is required for hire.   QUALIFICATIONS - REQUIRED:Bachelor’s degree.Massachusetts teaching license in the appropriate area.At least 1 year of formal teaching experience.Willing to explore student learning in a non-traditional setting and connect student learning through project-based, experiential learning.Experience with working with a diverse population of students, especially historically marginalized student groups, such as Black and brown students, students with disabilities, and English Language Learners.A fierce commitment to equity.An understanding and commitment to the implementation of the district’s Culturally and Linguistically Sustaining Practices (CLSP) framework.Willing to work in close collaboration with a non-profit with shared goals in a student-centered, school-aligned, results-focused initiative.Demonstrated ability to meet the Core Competencies of Effective Teaching established by the Boston Public Schools as outlined above.Current authorization to work in the United States. Candidates must have such authorization by their first day of employment. QUALIFICATIONS - PREFERRED:Current teacher in the Boston Public Schools.Experience working in a BPS summer learning program.The YMCA of Greater Boston values linguistic diversity and believes that candidates who speak another language bring added value to the classroom, school, and district culture and diversity. BPS is particularly interested in candidates who are fluent in one of BPS' official languages:Spanish, Creole (Cape Verdean), Creole (Haitian), Chinese, Vietnamese, Portuguese, & Somali. PROGRAM LOCATIONS (PLEASE INDICATE PRFERENCE WHEN APPLYING)Huntington Avenue YMCA (Fenway/South End)Roxbury YMCAWang YMCA of ChinatownParkway Community YMCA (West Roxbury)Oak Square YMCA (Brighton)Egleston YMCA (Roxbury)Dorchester YMCAEast Boston YMCA Thomas M. Menino YMCA (Hyde Park)Ponkapoag Outdoor Center (Located in Canton, MA)Gardner Pilot Academy (Allston)Mendell Elementary School (Roxbury/JP)Umana K-8 School (East Boston) 

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Afternoon Nanny-Wellesley, MA
Sittercity
location-iconWellesley MA

College Nannies + Sitters of Concord is hiring a professional and nurturing part-time nanny for a family in Wellesley to provide care for their 6 year old daughter on a long-term basis. The daily routine includes school pick up, afternoon play/activities, limited screen time, afternoon snack and dinner together, and homework help. Household responsibilities include laundry, easy meal prep, and keeping the kid’s area tidy. During the school year, you will work either 1-6pm or 2-6pm and on Wednesdays you will start at noon to drive their daughter to therapy. During the summer, you will work anywhere from 30-40 hours and will spend the days at museums, zoos, libraries, parks, Target, etc. A full daily routine will be discussed in the interview, with more written details provided by the family. A candidate that has experience with special needs is preferred as their daughter has some speech delays and ADHD. Candidates must be vaccinated. Apply directly through sittercity or through Indeed.

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Summer Camp Instructor STEM/SPORTS - Boston
KidzToPros
location-iconBoston MA

Job DescriptionABOUT KIDZTOPROSKidzToPros is a leading provider of education and enrichment programs, including after-school programs, learning pods, tutoring and seasonal camps. Our mission is to provide the essential building blocks that children need to succeed in school and beyond. We achieve this by offering high-quality STEM, Sports and Art programs, with top-tier instructors, both online and at school locations around the country. Partnerships with public and private schools ensure our programs meet the academic, cultural and athletic needs of students.Our on-campus programs are offered at schools, making it convenient for parents, while kids get to stay in the safety of their school, and participate with friends in activities. In a short span of 4 years, KidzToPros has partnered with over 350 schools in California, New York and New Jersey. Over 25,000 students have participated in our after-school programs and seasonal camps!KidzToPros is in search of experienced Summer Camp Instructors for our STEM, Arts and Sports summer programs. If you have experience teaching classes or camps in any of these disciplines, including how to program in Python, building and automating robots, developing VR apps, designing and developing websites, drawing anime, or playing basketball, soccer or other sports, KidzToPros offers an incredible opportunity for the summer. We provide our industry-leading curricula and all needed materials for a fun and engaging camp experience!DATES: Start: June - August 2022JOB TYPE: Full-time, Part-time HOURS: Full-time (40+ hours per week) and Part-time (15 to 20 hours per week) positions available SALARY: $15.00-$16.00/per hour YOUR BACKGROUND:You are an experienced and trustworthy instructor, with the ability to instruct and manage your group of campers.You have subject-specific expertise and are comfortable working with the existing curriculum.You are committed to the personal growth of each camper in your group, ensuring they have a positive, enriching, fun and safe experience.You have excellent communication skills and can clearly communicate with both campers and their parents.You are able to recognize and quickly resolve any conflicts that may arise between campers.You are organized and efficient.RequirementsAt least 1 year of experience working in a camp environment Knowledgeable and passionate about coaching and teaching kids Ability to work with kids in Grades TK-8 Strong communication and organization skills Efficient class management skills Reliable transportation Valid drivers license (where applicable) You will be required to clear a background check via online/live scan Undergo training/demonstration Must have availability Monday- Friday for schedules between 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

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Baristas - Counter Staff - Tatte Pier 4
Tatte Bakery & Cafe
location-iconBoston MA

When you step inside of a Tatte Bakery & Café you are surrounded by the best of everything: authentic, caring, and unique team members, delicious pastries and savory dishes, fresh ingredients, and amazing coffee. Every day we strive to provide our guests with an exceptional experience at every opportunity. If you love and care for people and coffee, we want you! As one of our Counter Staff, you will be the first point of contact for our guests and are responsible to deliver amazing and delightful guest service. You will have a working knowledge of all Tatte products, delivering delicious savory dishes and pastries, operating the point of sale register, and keeping a clean and organized workspace. A passion for amazing food, coffee, and genuine, authentic hospitality is a must at Tatte. Primary responsibilities and requirements: Knowledge of all Tatte products Delivery of delicious food Using cash register Keep a clean and organized workspace.  Provide the highest-quality customer service to our guests Successfully work as a key part of a dynamic team Maintain safety standards at all times while adhering to our policies and procedures Maintains a clean and well-stocked store. Welcome guests to our store, while engaging with them throughout their experience. Determine guests' needs by asking questions and sharing product knowledge.        Your recipe for success: Strong passion and working knowledge for coffee, our products, and guest service. Minimum 1 year of experience working in a fast-paced restaurant/cafe. (Preferred) Engaging, warm, and welcoming communication skills and presence. Desire and ability to work a flexible schedule based on sales trends and business needs. High School degree or equivalent preferred  Summer and weekend availability required        Join a fantastic company and make it happen with us. We would love to meet you!

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Kitchen Manager / Head Chef at Camp Immediate Start
Wolfoods
location-iconBoston MA

Job DescriptionAbout this JobWolfoods operates summer camp kitchens across the country between May - September - IMMEDIATE START We are looking for and experienced, motivated and capable KITCHEN MANAGER / HEAD CHEF (Lead staff). This is a hands on & demanding position. All lead staff will live on site at the job location - Room, Board, & Travel Expense Assistance are provided. The position requires the ability to facilitate the duties and responsibilities of creating, implementing and maintaining the Service & Culinary needs for the Camp Food Service Program, providing the camp with clean, comfortable surroundings, ensuring correct timing, quantity and that the quality is accurately provided for all meal periods and special requests. This position requires an outgoing personality, a sense of urgency and willingness to engage with both front and back of the house staff, camp directors, managers, leaders, specialists and diners. Able to answer all food and service related questions in accordance the Wolfoods standards of service guidelines.The lead staff will manage all aspects of the food service operation to deliver high levels of camp diner satisfaction, compliance with camp standards, controlling the budget and training staff on service standards. The position will be the primary contact liaison between the camp and the kitchen and will therefore attend all relevant meetings and events, manage payroll, control the flow of special requests, and avail themselves to any concern as expressed by camp leadership. This job requires initiative, leadership, hand-on self reliance, and judgment.Desired Skills & Experience:Perform all duties toward the goal of providing excellent guest service in an efficient manner;Develop effective schedules for the Dining Hall staff based on levels of business and budgetary guidelines;Responsible for the scheduling and coordination of all side work for the dining hall personnel;Maintain cleanliness and organization in the Dining Hall according to established standards of sanitation;Maintain appearance and uniform standards;Have presence on the floor during meal periods to observe, monitor and follow up on all areas of the Dining hall operation on a daily basis;Work with the chef on duty in maintaining high standards of food presentation and sanitation;Train and develop all FOH dining personnel;Provide on-going feedback to all service personnel concerning all aspects of the Dining Hall operation;Communicate with the Head Chef and Camp Directors on a daily basis concerning all aspects of the Dining Hall operation;Interact with diners on an ongoing basis for general feedback;Ensure the dining hall is open 15 minutes prior to service and is ready to go;Implement a check list system throughout opening, during and closing down of the dining hall;Follow Wolfoods initiatives for environmental practices to minimize wasted energy and resources;Knowledgeable of all menus and specifications;Maintain constant follow up with dining hall standards for departmental standards of service;Follow company standards for safety practices to minimize risk to self and others;Responsible for reporting on a daily basis;Ability to effectively communicate with subordinates, co-workers and supervisors;Ability to motivate and foster a positive work environment;Must be able to stand for long periods of time, approx 10 hours;Must be able to walk for long periods of time;Must be able to lift and a carry a minimum of 50 pounds;Must be able to bend, stretch and reach for extended periods of time;Attend related in-service training, and staff meetings as required;In depth understanding of Food Safety as it pertains to Special Diet Food Preparations & Cooking for individuals with allergies;Interactions with Campers, Staff, & Parents;Inventory Controls;Ordering;Project Management;Communication;Upholding Standards of Cleanliness, Service, & Quality;Managing Staff;Client Relations;Precisely follow the Wolfoods comprehensive Camp Food Training Program;Attend related in-service training and staff meetings as required;Uses weights and measures to properly execute ingredients in recipes;Prepares all menu items and special request events following standardized recipes;Ensures that production is accurate in timing, quantity, quality and plate up requirements;Supervises personnel; duties include planning, organizing, scheduling and directing work, training personnel;Understands the importance in cross utilization;Understands the importance of utilizing excess production;Estimates production needs, requisitions adequate supplies, inventory supplies and keeps records of products made and used;Places accurate food orders ahead of time;Ensures kitchen and equipment are maintained according to proper health and sanitation requirements;Teaches and enforces safety regulations;Specialized Food Preparation for events;Assists in developing and tasting recipes;Assists in planning menu;Recommends equipment purchases;May act as a Front of House supervisor during periods other than normal serving hours;Requirements;4+ years Commercial Kitchen Experience;Proficient in relevant skills relating to specific role;Quality Driven;Personable, Friendly, & Approachable;Positive & Professional;Integrity;Pride & Passion;Ability to Self-Motivate;Criminal Background checkMaintain a clean work environment;Uphold Health Department Standards;Able to both lead a team & take direction;6 day work week, 10 12 hrs/day;Living Accommodations may be private cabins in rural setting;Ideal candidates are:- Looking for seasonal, summer opportunities;- Enjoy the challenge of a high volume production kitchen and dining facility;- Embrace a teaching and learning culture;- Get excited about being a part of a team and community;- Are available to relocate for the summer season in a rustic living environment;Employment Package Includes:Competitive PayBonus SystemRoomBoardTransportation Expense AssistanceSeasonal Summer ContractsReferencesMinimum three professional references required with application submissionAbout Wolfoods, Inc.WOLFoods breaks away from the standard approach towards "camp food" by eliminating the standard Freezer To Table fare and improving it with Home Style Scratch Cooking. Partnering with Camps committed to offering campers healthy, fresh, and delicious foods, WOLFoods is changing the perception of camp food into something more of suitably called Camp Cuisine. Summer Camp Kitchens and Dining Halls are a great opportunity to educate campers on the importance of Balanced Diets and Green Initiatives. A diverse menu offering allows campers to not only enjoy their favorites, but to experience culture through exploring cuisine. Each meal offers something freshly baked on site by one of our professional bakers in the camp Bakery. Campers can enjoy perfectly executed entrees or they may enjoy an offering from the Morning Fruit and Yogurt Bar at breakfast and during lunch and dinner, the Salad Bars. No camper is left without personalized care. Any camper requiring Special Diets is attended to with the importance by one of our trained chefs. Wolfoods is practiced and prepared to cook for an array of diets ranging from Kosher to Nut Free, or Gluten Free to Vegan.The above information is general in nature and level of work expected; it is not intended to be interpreted as an inclusive list of all duties, responsibilities and qualification required of employees assigned to this role. Wolfoods Food Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer and shall treat all applicants for employment equally based upon job-related qualifications and without regards to race, color, age, sexual orientation, marital status, military or veteran status, national origin, disability, religion, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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Baristas & Counter - Tatte Northeastern
Tatte Bakery & Cafe
location-iconBoston MA

When you step inside of a Tatte Bakery & Café you are surrounded by the best of everything: authentic, caring, and unique team members, delicious pastries and savory dishes, fresh ingredients, and amazing coffee. Every day we strive to provide our guests with an exceptional experience at every opportunity. If you love and care for people and coffee, we want you! Our front of house  team members welcome our guests and are responsible to deliver amazing and delightful guest service. Counter team members will have a working knowledge of all Tatte products, delivering delicious savory dishes and pastries, operating the point of sale register, and keeping a clean and organized workspace, while our barista show off their artistic coffee skills  by handcrafting delicious and creative coffee beverages.  Counter team member primary responsibilities and requirements: Knowledge of all Tatte products Delivery of delicious food Using cash register Keep a clean and organized workspace.  Provide the highest-quality customer service to our guests Successfully work as a key part of a dynamic team Maintain safety standards at all times while adhering to our policies and procedures Maintains a clean and well-stocked store. Welcome guests to our store, while engaging with them throughout their experience. Determine guests' needs by asking questions and sharing product knowledge. Barista primary responsibilities and requirements: Greeting guests in a friendly manner and taking food and drink orders Preparing and serving beverages, ranging from simple to elaborate ones Answering guests questions about menu choices Being prompt, while offering amazing guest service Maintaining inventory full and equipment clean Keeping the work environment sanitary and organized Consistency and efficiency working on the barista stations Delivering beautiful and artistic espresso beverages. Your recipe for success: Strong passion and working knowledge for coffee, our products, and guest service. Minimum 1 year of experience as a barista working in a fast-paced restaurant/café. (Highly preferred for baristas) Engaging, warm, and welcoming communication skills and presence. Desire and ability to work a flexible schedule. High School degree or equivalent required. (where applicable) Summer and weekend availability required  

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Counter Staff - Wellesley
Tatte Bakery & Café
location-iconWellesley MA

We are looking for counter staff to help us open our Wellesley cafe!   Our counter team members welcome our guests and are responsible to deliver amazing and delightful guest service. Counter team members will have a working knowledge of all Tatte products, delivering delicious savory dishes and pastries, operating the point of sale register, and keeping a clean and organized workspace.  Counter team member primary responsibilities and requirements:  Knowledge of all Tatte products  Delivery of delicious food  Using cash register  Keep a clean and organized workspace.   Provide the highest-quality customer service to our guests  Successfully work as a key part of a dynamic team  Maintain safety standards at all times while adhering to our policies and procedures  Maintains a clean and well-stocked store.  Welcome guests to our store, while engaging with them throughout their experience.  Determine guests' needs by asking questions and sharing product knowledge. Your recipe for success:  Strong passion and working knowledge for coffee, our products, and guest service.  Minimum 1 year of experience working in a fast-paced restaurant/café (preferred)  Engaging, warm, and welcoming communication skills and presence.  Desire and ability to work a flexible schedule based on sales trends and business needs  High School degree or equivalent (preferred)  Summer and weekend availability required Our Benefits and Perks Competitive pay (counters start at $11/hr plus tips---typically team members make $23-$26/hr including tips; baristas start at $11.50/hr plus tips) 401(k) (with a vesting match) Free EAP employee assistance programs Flexible schedule with no late nights Health, dental and vision insurance for full-time team members Internal English and Spanish classes Generously discounted meals and free drinks  Exciting potential for growth Please note: Since our Wellesley cafe is expected to open in early June, training before June 1 may be at Tatte Newton or at another Boston location.  Join a fantastic company and make it happen with us. We would love to meet you!

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Work from Home Remotely - Part Time Sales - Paid Weekly
Vector Marketing
location-iconBoston MA

Vector Marketing is running interviews for sales rep positions, start work within the week! Basic responsibilities include working with customers, explaining our American made products, and placing any orders. There is a great starting base pay (paid weekly) that isn’t based on sales or results, but incentives are possible based on performance. We work with Cutco products that are used in the home focusing on the kitchen and some gardening tools as well. Previous experience & knowledge about home goods isn’t needed. We provide all of the tools and training needed for success. Interview and work from home. Position Details: - Excellent pay – $24.00 base, not based on sales. We have a commission structure set up based on performance. Paid weekly. There is opportunity to make more, but there is still a fall back for the sales rep to make an income even if they have an off week. - Solid training – we’ve been training people to do well for over 40 years. Even if someone doesn’t decide to stay with us long term, the sales, networking, & communication skills they build are needed for any field. Reps can start with people they are comfortable with and expand from there. - Flexible scheduling – we help our reps create a schedule that works best for them. Some work as much as possible, some work for just the summer, while others choose to be super part time around other commitments such as other jobs, vacations, classes, or family obligations. - Choice of location – sales reps interview virtually with an option to work from home. Basic Requirements: - Enjoy working with people - All ages eighteen plus or seventeen and a 2022 high school graduate - Conditions apply - Able to start within the next 7 – 10 days - Willing to learn and apply new skills. Who would do well: People who have done well with us in the past have had experience in admin, retail, fast food, cashier, administrative assistant, customer service, receptionist, grocery store clerk, server, landscaping, and in just about any field you can imagine. Some none at all! We welcome all applicants who have a positive attitude and enjoy working with people. This entry level sales position is a great fit for people who are looking to work around their schedule. If you are looking for summer work or just someone who is looking for a flexible schedule, our opportunities can work around your needs. If you think you would be a great fit for our sales team fill out the contact information and a receptionist will send you a text about setting up a virtual interview with a manager. We encourage applicants of all ages and experience, as we do not discriminate on the basis of an applicant’s age.

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Afternoon Assistant Teacher, 2-6pm
The Tobin Family of Schools
location-iconNeedham MA

Job DescriptionThe Tobin Beaudet Schools, leaders in early childhood education is seeking a part time assistant teacher for our EEC licensed program to join our talented faculty. Our private school is made up of children who are 2.9 - 5 years. Responsibilities include working with different teams of teachers based on classroom needs. This person would quickly adapt to different classrooms and work well with all the teams and varying ages in each classroom.Position Details: Monday through Friday, 2-6pm Summer work is available throughout Summer at Tobin programs. Competitive hourly rate based on education and experience 12 paid holidays, significant paid professional developmentQualifications:Some experience teaching PS, PreK or Kindergarten preferred High School Diploma required/ College degree preferred Candidate must be successful working in a teaching team Strong interpersonal and communication skills with both children and adults Who We Are: The Tobin Beaudet Schools provides a variety of experiences and activities designed to encourage children to learn about themselves, their friends and their surroundings through small and large group experiences, quiet times and active play, as well as indoor and outdoor activities. The Tobin Beaudet Schools has an excelled reputation in our area. Why Work at TBS?Paid 1/2 hour break on work days over 6 hoursStand alone classrooms don't combine during the school day Full complement of health benefits, 401K, paid professional development, and much more. Children transition as a class annually We put the needs of the children first! Come join our small, community learning environment here at TBS! Powered by JazzHRy3DhmieImo

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BCBA job near Quincy, MA
Go Spindle
location-iconWeymouth MA

Behavior Specialist Contract Job near Quincy, MAJoin the Spindle team with this School-based Board Certified Behavior Analyst job in the Quincy, Massachusetts area. Don’t forget to create an account on our GoSpindle app to check out other exciting opportunities! We are looking for a Behavior Specialist (BCBA) to work part time for the 2022 summer program. You will be working with a PreK-12 caseload servicing the sub-separate program. This is an onsite opportunity.Weekly paychecks for hours workedWeekly tax-free stipends for housing and meals available (if eligible per IRS guidelines)Pay visibility and effortless time entry through the Spindle appContinuing education reimbursementReimbursement for national association dues for your specific expertiseReferral bonusesAfter applying, be sure to download the GoSpindle app to gain access to this job and many more than fit your needs. Working for Spindle means your career revolves around you and what you desire. Our model allows you to avoid the middleman and get everything you need from the Spindle app. Avoid the bureaucracy, the politics and work for the best employer you can have, you!

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Instructor and Advisor (Summer Role)
Explo
location-iconNorwood MA

Job DescriptionInstructor + AdvisorEXPLO offers summer enrichment programs and runs this summer from June 26th to August 5th. This role is available at:EXPLO Junior, for students in grades 4-7 on the campus of Wheaton College in Norton, MA.EXPLO Senior, for students in grades 8-10 on the campus of Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY. EXPLO is seeking enthusiastic, creative folks to ignite curiosity in students and to help create an inclusive, safe, supportive, and fun campus community. About UsIn 1976, an idea took hold in the halls of MIT: a powerful reimagining of the summer experience for high school students. That idea became EXPLO, a pioneering and world-class summer enrichment program where students pursue their interests unconstrained by grades and tests. The result? A collaborative, transdisciplinary learning environment, where students drive their own learning through exploration. Today, EXPLO is a mission-driven, educational non-profit with more than 85,000 student alumni who hail from 90 countries. We offer residential summer programs for students in grades 4 through 12 on three of the most beautiful college campuses on the East Coast of the U.S.Our ImpactFor many, EXPLO is a life-changing experience. Our students sometimes describe it as the place where they feel like the truest version of themselves. As an organization, we believe learning should be joyful and create experiences with engagement, inclusion, and magic as first principles. Each summer we share these experiences with smart and curious students from all over the world. EXPLO is also committed to access and equity. This is why, as a not-for-profit, we strive to make our summer programs as accessible for as many curious and motivated young people as we can. EXPLOs financial aid program provides grant and scholarship support to families who demonstrate need through the EXPLO Scholarship Fund. The OpportunityInstructors + Advisors foster our students curiosities and help them envision how their skills and interests contribute to the larger community, both in the classroom across a broad range of subject areas and in other events and activities throughout the day. They do this, in part, by making transparent where their own passions, experiences, and knowledge lie and by teaching our students in an immersive, engaging style. Instructors work closely with our Instructional Coaches, our resident experts in non-traditional teaching and learning techniques. Together, they find imaginative ways of delivering planned curriculum within each course or elective. Instructors teach a combination of courses and electives to groups of 12-16 students at a time, which includes delivering the daily lesson plans and leading classroom activities, individual work, and culminating projects. Advisors also play a role in student life outside of class. Advisors care for and supervise communities of 14-30 students during a session. Advisors are on-duty every other night and will spend parts of the afternoon and evening on their residential floor with the members of their Advisor group. They also deliver student programming, such as daily events and activities, in the evenings and at night. Finally, Instructors + Advisors also chaperone student weekend trips.Working at EXPLOAs a member of a summer faculty that is collectively responsible for caring for students 24-hours per day, 7-days per week, all summer long, youll work longer and harder at EXPLO than just about any other summer job youre considering. The work will also be more fun, meaningful, and professionally rewarding than just about anywhere else, too. This trade-off is not for everyone, but the result is that youll join a team of interesting, engaged people from across the country and around the world who have also chosen a more intensive, more meaningful summer working experience. These are folks who are on campus to share their passions, to leap forward professionally, and to make a real difference in the lives of our students. If this describes you too, then wed love to connect with you. EXPLO staff tell us some of what they love about EXPLO is:The lifelong friendships made here. The meaningful work with kids.The good pay.The leadership opportunities.The autonomy to adapt your approach to fit your students needs and your passions.The mentorship and professional development we provide. The teaching skills you gain such as facilitation, critical thinking, and communication. I would not be a successful attorney if not for my experiences working at EXPLO for six summers. EXPLO is where I learned to be an adult and a professional. - former EXPLO staffer Julie Rusczek, a lawyer with Drinker, Biddle & Reath, a firm in Milwaukee, Wisc.Other benefits include:Room and board for the duration of summer including all mealsStaff-only affinity spaces and other professional support and development opportunitiesAccess to a gym and other exercise equipment and spacesA week-long, hands-on Orientation and job trainingBest in the industry staff to student ratiosAmple time off, typically every other night off and one weekend day per weekendOpenness to working with your college or university to support internship or practicum credit for your EXPLO workAbout YouYou are:Collaborative and communicativeA creative problem solver who thrives in a fast-paced environmentOpen and curious about new ideas and eager to help EXPLO create a sense of belonging for all members of our summer communityTransparent in your thinking and open to changeEager to learn and improve through feedback and professional developmentYouve got:A thorough understanding of the subject(s) you'd like to teachA strong work ethicAvailability to work on campus for the duration of the summer programIdeally, youve also got:2+ years of post-high school experience by the summer Some experience with kids and/or adolescentsThe Summer ExperienceBefore the summer starts, youll:Meet with your summer colleagues, including your summer supervisors. Review and customize your curriculum and other job-specific materials to align with your passions, interests, and skills.Complete innovative online training modules in working with your Programs age group, classroom management, DEIJ (diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice) practice at EXPLO, and more.By the end of the orientation week on campus, youll:Build connections with other members of our 80+ member staff.Complete a hands-on, experiential training with ample feedback and opportunities to practice the skills and techniques that come with your job or teaching assignment.Help build a boarding school in under a week thats ready to welcome students from all over the world (and will certainly have moved something heavy or cleaned up something messy in doing so).By the end of the first session, youll:Receive constructive feedback on your teaching, residential life work, or other job functions in the form of supportive, ongoing, one-to-one conversations with your supervisors. Experience (and supervise students on) more than one spectacular EXPLO evening event or weekend trip to destinations around the East Coast of the U.S.Teach something you feel passionate about to smart, curious, eager EXPLO students. By the end of the summer, youll:(Quite possibly) be brought to tears by a fabulous piece of art, a final project presentation, or a prototype made by one of your students. Know the summer tasks so well that you can clean up a messy Quad or refill a row of water coolers with your eyes closed. Celebrate our summer community with an amazing Final Party for students (Oh, and the next night theres one for staff, too)Gain valuable teaching and leadership skills and experience that you can leverage for future opportunities at EXPLO or elsewhere. This is a seven week, seasonal position that begins in mid- June 2022. Typical compensation for this role starts at $4,100 plus room and board. For the health and safety of our community, EXPLO requires all employees and new hires to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19.Interested in learning more? You can start the conversation by pressing the Apply for this job button below. You can learn more about other positions, the application process, or read about former EXPLO faculty at our Faculty Hiring website or by contacting us at 781-762-7400 or faculty_hiring@explo.org. --EXPLO is an equal opportunity employer. We have a clear vision: to be an organization that attracts a diverse mix of talented people to come and do their best work. We are building a team that values diversity, equity, and inclusion.EXPLO, as a part of the Exploration School, does not discriminate on the basis of physical handicap, sex, race, creed, color, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital status, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions, scholarships, or other social programs. It affords all students the rights and privileges that are generally made available at the School.Please click here to learn more about our programs and policies.

Full Time
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Now hiring Teachers to be summer Caregivers!
Home Instead
location-iconDedham MA

Are you a teacher, substitute teacher, or school worker in need of part-time flexible summer work?  Our local seniors need you! Share your heart in a job that truly makes a difference and nurtures your soul! We offer flexible scheduling to meet any needs.No Certification needed we will train you!Home Instead of Northborough & Natick, MA is now hiring in-home Caregivers to perform the essential work of keeping seniors safe, comfortable, and at home. We have a variety of shifts available, both FULL TIME and PART TIME!We truly value our wonderful caregivers! Joining our team means becoming a member of our Home Instead family, a family that values, celebrates, and rewards your caring heart! As a Home Instead Caregiver, you'll enjoy a safe working environment, an excellent benefits package, and many employment perks including:&bull Competitive Pay&bull Flexible Scheduling&bull Paid Training&bull Paid Travel Time&bull Free Personal Care Certification&bull Opportunities to advance within the company!&bull Dental Insurance&bull Paid Sick Time & Paid Vacation Time                                                                                                                                                                   &bull Simple IRA&bull Tuition Assistance&bull Experienced, professional support team&bull and much more!Requirements:A strong desire to help others!Driver's License and Insured VehicleMust be fully vaccinated against COVID-19APPLY ONLINE: Click Here To Apply Online or CALL US TODAY: (508) 393-8338Each Home Instead franchise is independently owned and operated.RequiredPreferredJob IndustriesCustomer Service

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Lifeguard
City of Somerville
location-iconSomerville MA

Job DescriptionWant to have the best job ever? Then become a Lifeguard or Swim Instructor for Somerville Parks & Recreation!Somerville Parks & Recreation is looking for highly motivated employees to work at Kennedy and/or Dilboy pool. The Kennedy pool offers part-time employment year round. The Dilboy pool offers part-time employment during the summer season starting mid-June and ending late August. · Must be 16+ to apply.· Lifeguard Certification Provided.· Swim Instructors Needed.Salary: $25+ per hour depending on experience for Lifeguards (Summer Seasonal Rate Only)$27-29 per hour for Head Lifeguards (Summer Seasonal Rate Only)Hours: ( June - August, temporary, 32-38 hours weekly + not benefits eligible)This position is temporary and not benefits-eligible. For more information, please contact Jamie Ballerini at jballerini@somervillema.gov.City of Somerville residents are especially encouraged to apply.The City of Somerville is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, age, national origin, disability or any other protected category. Women, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Auxiliary aids and services, written materials in alternative formats, and reasonable modifications in policies and procedures will be provided to qualified individuals with disabilities free of charge, upon request.Persons with disabilities who need auxiliary aids and services for effective communication (i.e., CART, ASL), written materials in alternative formats, or reasonable modifications in policies and procedures in order to access the programs, activities, and meetings of the City of Somerville should please contact Adrienne Pomeroy at 617-625-6600 x 2059 or apomeroy@somervillema.gov.Benefits Somerville OffersPaid Time Off (4 weeks of vacation to start for non-union classified positions)Health InsuranceBasic and Supplemental Life InsuranceDental & Vision InsuranceWellness & Cancer Screening ReleaseFlexible Spending Accounts (FSA)Deferred CompensationRetirementTuition ReimbursementMBTA Pass ProgramFREE BlueBikes MembershipEligible employer for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program (PSLF)Benefits listed are for benefits-eligible positions and the above information is meant to be a general overview of the benefit programs offered by the City of Somerville. This is not a binding contract, please reach out to benefits@somervillema.gov with any questions relating to benefits for specific union and non-union positions.COVID-19 Vaccination RequiredTo better protect the health and safety of staff and the public, all City of Somerville employees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as of November 1, 2021. Exemptions and/or reasonable accommodations are not guaranteed and will be reviewed by the City of Somerville Human Resources Department on a case-by-case basis. Learn more at somervillema.gov/HR/COVID19.Powered by JazzHRkND8KDWnee

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Summer store associate Part time
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location-iconNorth Reading MA
Job Description

Northeast Pools is a swimming pool supply store
Applicants Must be able to Lift 60lbs

No Prior pool knowledge or experience required

Part time summer associate duties include

  • assisting customers in store
  • receiving and checking in product deliveries
  • re-stocking shelves throughout the day as needed
  • moving pallets of product and chemicals using an electric pallet jack. 
  • transporting large or heavy purchases and loading into to customer's vehicle.  Hand trucks available for use.

set weekly schedule with flexibility. 


 

Required

  • 17 years or older
  • Legally authorized to work in the United States

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Summer store associate Part time
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Full Time
location-iconNorth Reading MA
Job Description

Northeast Pools is a swimming pool supply store
Applicants Must be able to Lift 60lbs

No Prior pool knowledge or experience required

Part time summer associate duties include

  • assisting customers in store
  • receiving and checking in product deliveries
  • re-stocking shelves throughout the day as needed
  • moving pallets of product and chemicals using an electric pallet jack. 
  • transporting large or heavy purchases and loading into to customer's vehicle.  Hand trucks available for use.

set weekly schedule with flexibility. 


 

Required

  • 17 years or older
  • Legally authorized to work in the United States

Job Industries