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Team Member - Taco Bell
Taco Bell
location-iconRexburg ID

" You are applying for work with a franchisee of Taco Bell, not Taco Bell Corp. or any of its affiliates. If hired, the franchisee will be your only employer. Franchisees are independent business owners who set their own wage and benefit programs that can vary among franchisees."Our Taco Bell Team Members are the first face that customers see when they walk through the door, or the first voice they hear when they place a Drive thru order, so YOU will set the tone for the bringing the great Taco Bell experience to life. This is the job for a friendly, helpful individual who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment and paying attention to detail. Key positions we offer include preparing food- our FOOD CHAMPIONS-or taking our guests' orders and serving their meal- our SERVICE CHAMPIONS. The entire team works together to accomplish all daily restaurant tasks including but not limited to resolving service or food issues, maintaining food-safety standards and keeping a clean, safe facility environment. A successful candidate will have a clean and tidy appearance, good work habits and positive attitude and teamwork. A key benefit is free meals while on duty, YUM!Taco Bell is a great place to learn, grow and succeed. Our family run business offers both part time and full time positions, and we strongly believe in a grow-from-within career.The minimum age to work with the Northwest Restaurants family of restaurant companies is 16 years or older.

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Inside Sales Representative
Progrexion
location-iconRexburg ID

Overview:The health and wellbeing of our current and potential employees is our first priority. This position being offered is an onsite position. Work from home options are available based on approval after training is complete.*Must live in Idaho*OverviewWe’re Progrexion (that’s Proh-gresh-uhn). We are the country’s largest provider of consumer credit report repair services. If you want to be part of something unique and special, you may be the next addition we need to make something that is already very good even better.We’re looking for Inside Sales Representatives to educate and enroll consumers in our credit repair services. On a typical day you will take anywhere from 12 to 25 calls, selling our services and helping the Hardest Working Americans take charge of their financial future.To thrive in our culture you must be empathetic and resilient. Our best Sales Representatives work hard to listen to and connect with consumers. Above all they care about people and want to make their lives better.If you fit the description above and the qualifications below and want to work for a Top 10 company in Idaho, let’s talk and see what you’ve got!We Provide:Our average pay for to top performing agents range from $50k-$120k per yearUncapped commissionsFree health insurance for employees after 60 days of tenure401(k) with company match after 1 yearFree credit repair services for you +1 ($3,000 annual value)All computer and phone equipment required to perform the job (office furniture not provided)Paid trainingQualifications:QualificationsAbility to take 12 - 25 calls dailyReliable attendanceProficient with computer-based work (IE: Navigating Windows, Excel, Email, etc.)Self-motivated and ready to set and achieve your goalsOpen to constructive feedback|KSLjobs|IND123

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Lead Cattle Processor - Pen Rider
Smith Cattle Co.
location-iconLewisville ID

Welcome to Smith Cattle Co. We have a large cattle feedlot and provide cattle transportation while farming and hauling hay and grain. We are located in Lewisville, Idaho which is about 20 minutes north of Idaho Falls. We are always looking for ways to improve ourselves and our company. Our team is made up of individuals who are dedicated to the safety and well-being of others and the livestock we care for. We are looking for a team oriented individual to become our Lead Cattle Processor/ Pen Rider. If you enjoy being around and taking care of cattle, this is the position for you. We offer a competitive salary, health/life insurance, PTO, 401K, one-half locker beef/year after 1-year employment. This position is full time. Responsibilities: Lead Smith Cattle Processing/Pen Riding Crew. Work with our General Manager to assure incoming and outgoing cattle procedures run smoothly and efficiently concentrating on overall cattle health and facilities. Be involved with cattle operations ie; processing incoming cattle, cattle distribution to pens, preparing outgoing cattle pens for trucking. Administer animal health products to incoming cattle according to company protocol. Pen Riding, identify sick cattle, administer animal health products, follow identification procedures according to company protocol. General maintenance of facilities including (but not limited to) cattle/horse water troughs, chutes, fences, lanes, scale, working facilities, etc. assuring proper working condition and safety. Ability to work some heavy equipment if needed i.e.; loader, work truck. Keep accurate cattle health and lot/pen records in computer system. Follow Beef Quality Assurance guidelines. Ideal Candidate: Have cattle handling experience. Have pen riding or farm / ranch experience. Solid computer skills for accurate record keeping of pen/lots to maintain company cattle health protocols. Skilled at adapting to multiple environments and job-related tasks. Ability to understand and execute directions. Consider yourself to be a team player. Own work horse(s) (Paddock available for up to three work horses with feed provided). Required: Able to work in adverse weather Available for weekends and holidays (rotation)

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Uber Driver - Earn $2380, guaranteed
Uber
location-iconRexburg ID

Earn at least $2380—if not more—driving with Uber when you complete your first 200 trips in 30 days.Why Uber?Driving is an easy way to boost your income while maintaining the flexibility your schedule requires (gig, part-time, full-time, seasonal, hourly, or temporary). Weekly incentives and guaranteed earnings will ensure first-time drivers succeed as they learn the ropes.What you need to know:Signup in seconds: Get started today and we’ll provide support along the way.Get paid fast: Cash out up to 5X a day with Uber’s Instant Pay.Guaranteed earnings: Earnings guaranteed for your first 200 trips with Uber.Flexible schedule: You control when and where you drive.24/7 support: The app gives you turn-by-turn directions, and access 24/7 support if you need help.What you need to get started:21 years old or olderA 4-door vehicleA valid U.S. driver’s license and vehicle insuranceAt least one year of driving experience in the U.S. (3 years if you’re under 23 years old)Additional Information:If you have previous employment experience in transportation (such as a delivery driver, driver, professional driver, driving job, truck driver, heavy and tractor-trailer driver, cdl truck driver, class a or class b driver, local truck driver, company truck driver, taxi driver, taxi chauffeur, cab driver, cab chauffeur, taxi cab driver, transit bus driver, bus driver, coach bus driver, bus operator, shuttle driver, bus chauffeur) you might also consider driving with Uber and earn extra money. We also welcome drivers who have worked with other peer-to-peer ridesharing or driving networks. Drivers using the Uber platform come from all backgrounds and industries ranging from traditional driving and transportation industries to other industries. Driving with Uber is a great way to supplement your part time or full time income. Uber welcomes applicants year round - summer, winter, fall, spring, and holiday.Sign up to drive with Uber and earn $2380*—if not more—when you complete 200 trips in your first 30 days. Terms apply.*This is a promotional offer and is only available to new drivers who have never previously signed up to drive or deliver with Uber; and complete the minimum trip threshold in their city within 30 days of signing up to drive. Any tips and promotions you make are on top of this amount. Limited time only. Offer and terms are subject to change. Click through to read full terms and conditions.

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Bilingual Driver with Uber (English/Spanish)
Uber
location-iconRexburg ID

Why Uber?Driving is an easy way to boost your income while maintaining the flexibility your schedule requires (gig, part-time, full-time, seasonal, hourly, or temporary). Weekly incentives will ensure first-time drivers succeed as they learn the ropes.What you need to know:Signup in seconds: Get started today and we’ll provide support along the way.Get paid fast: Cash out up to 5X a day with Uber’s Instant Pay.Flexible schedule: You control when and where you drive.24/7 support: The app gives you turn-by-turn directions, and access 24/7 support if you need help.What you need to get started:21 years old or olderA 4-door vehicleA valid U.S. driver’s license and vehicle insuranceAt least one year of driving experience in the U.S. (3 years if you’re under 23 years old)Additional Information:If you have previous employment experience in transportation (such as a delivery driver, driver, professional driver, driving job, truck driver, heavy and tractor-trailer driver, cdl truck driver, class a or class b driver, local truck driver, company truck driver, taxi driver, taxi chauffeur, cab driver, cab chauffeur, taxi cab driver, transit bus driver, bus driver, coach bus driver, bus operator, shuttle driver, bus chauffeur) you might also consider driving with Uber and earn extra money. We also welcome drivers who have worked with other peer-to-peer ridesharing or driving networks. Drivers using the Uber platform come from all backgrounds and industries ranging from traditional driving and transportation industries to other industries. Driving with Uber is a great way to supplement your part time or full time income.

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Rexburg Elementary School Math Certified Teacher
Varsity Tutors
location-iconRexburg ID

Rexburg Elementary School Math Certified Teacher Jobs   Varsity Tutors for Schools is partnering with school districts across the country to provide equitable access to high-dosage tutoring for all students through the Varsity Tutors platform. As a school tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform, you can provide consistent personalized learning in an effort to close both the learning and the opportunity gap.    Why join our platform? Enjoy competitive rates and get paid up to 2x per week. Choose to tutor as much or as little as you want. Get paired with students best-suited to your teaching style and preferences (from thousands of potential clients). Reach underserved communities through our partnerships with school districts. Tutor online (i.e. work remotely) using Varsity Tutors’ purpose-built Live Learning Platform. Students can take adaptive assessments through the platform and share results to help you decide where to focus.   What we look for in a school tutor: You are a currently certified teacher or have held a teaching certification in the past. Certification can be from any state. You are comfortable working with students who might be struggling or one to two grade levels behind. You have excellent communication skills and a friendly, approachable personality. You have the ability to personalize lessons for each student.   Discover all the ways you can reach students through the online platform: Explore options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring, Small Group Classes, VT+ Classes, Large Live Classes, School@Home, and Instant Tutoring.   About Varsity Tutors  Our mission is to transform the way people learn. We do this by leveraging advanced technology, AI, and the latest in learning science to facilitate a personalized learning experience.    

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Rexburg Elementary School Reading Certified Teacher
Varsity Tutors
location-iconRexburg ID

Rexburg Elementary School Reading Certified Teacher Jobs   Varsity Tutors for Schools is partnering with school districts across the country to provide equitable access to high-dosage tutoring for all students through the Varsity Tutors platform. As a school tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform, you can provide consistent personalized learning in an effort to close both the learning and the opportunity gap.    Why join our platform? Enjoy competitive rates and get paid up to 2x per week. Choose to tutor as much or as little as you want. Get paired with students best-suited to your teaching style and preferences (from thousands of potential clients). Reach underserved communities through our partnerships with school districts. Tutor online (i.e. work remotely) using Varsity Tutors’ purpose-built Live Learning Platform. Students can take adaptive assessments through the platform and share results to help you decide where to focus.   What we look for in a school tutor: You are a currently certified teacher or have held a teaching certification in the past. Certification can be from any state. You are comfortable working with students who might be struggling or one to two grade levels behind. You have excellent communication skills and a friendly, approachable personality. You have the ability to personalize lessons for each student.   Discover all the ways you can reach students through the online platform: Explore options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring, Small Group Classes, VT+ Classes, Large Live Classes, School@Home, and Instant Tutoring.   About Varsity Tutors  Our mission is to transform the way people learn. We do this by leveraging advanced technology, AI, and the latest in learning science to facilitate a personalized learning experience.    

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Rexburg Middle School Math Certified Teacher
Varsity Tutors
location-iconRexburg ID

Rexburg Middle School Math Certified Teacher Jobs   Varsity Tutors for Schools is partnering with school districts across the country to provide equitable access to high-dosage tutoring for all students through the Varsity Tutors platform. As a school tutor on the Varsity Tutors platform, you can provide consistent personalized learning in an effort to close both the learning and the opportunity gap.    Why join our platform? Enjoy competitive rates and get paid up to 2x per week. Choose to tutor as much or as little as you want. Get paired with students best-suited to your teaching style and preferences (from thousands of potential clients). Reach underserved communities through our partnerships with school districts. Tutor online (i.e. work remotely) using Varsity Tutors’ purpose-built Live Learning Platform. Students can take adaptive assessments through the platform and share results to help you decide where to focus.   What we look for in a school tutor: You are a currently certified teacher or have held a teaching certification in the past. Certification can be from any state. You are comfortable working with students who might be struggling or one to two grade levels behind. You have excellent communication skills and a friendly, approachable personality. You have the ability to personalize lessons for each student.   Discover all the ways you can reach students through the online platform: Explore options like 1-on-1 Online Tutoring, Small Group Classes, VT+ Classes, Large Live Classes, School@Home, and Instant Tutoring.   About Varsity Tutors  Our mission is to transform the way people learn. We do this by leveraging advanced technology, AI, and the latest in learning science to facilitate a personalized learning experience.    

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Earn on Your Schedule - Drive with Uber
Uber
location-iconSugar City ID

Why Uber?Driving is an easy way to boost your income while maintaining the flexibility your schedule requires (gig, part-time, full-time, seasonal, hourly, or temporary). Weekly incentives will ensure first-time drivers succeed as they learn the ropes.What you need to know:Signup in seconds: Get started today and we’ll provide support along the way.Get paid fast: Cash out up to 5X a day with Uber’s Instant Pay.Flexible schedule: You control when and where you drive.24/7 support: The app gives you turn-by-turn directions, and access 24/7 support if you need help.What you need to get started:21 years old or olderA 4-door vehicleA valid U.S. driver’s license and vehicle insuranceAt least one year of driving experience in the U.S. (3 years if you’re under 23 years old)Additional Information:If you have previous employment experience in transportation (such as a delivery driver, driver, professional driver, driving job, truck driver, heavy and tractor-trailer driver, cdl truck driver, class a or class b driver, local truck driver, company truck driver, taxi driver, taxi chauffeur, cab driver, cab chauffeur, taxi cab driver, transit bus driver, bus driver, coach bus driver, bus operator, shuttle driver, bus chauffeur) you might also consider driving with Uber and earn extra money. We also welcome drivers who have worked with other peer-to-peer ridesharing or driving networks. Drivers using the Uber platform come from all backgrounds and industries ranging from traditional driving and transportation industries to other industries. Driving with Uber is a great way to supplement your part time or full time income.

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Flexible Gig - Earn $2380 driving with Uber
Uber
location-iconSugar City ID

Earn at least $2380—if not more—driving with Uber when you complete your first 200 trips in 30 days.Why Uber?Driving is an easy way to boost your income while maintaining the flexibility your schedule requires (gig, part-time, full-time, seasonal, hourly, or temporary). Weekly incentives and guaranteed earnings will ensure first-time drivers succeed as they learn the ropes.What you need to know:Signup in seconds: Get started today and we’ll provide support along the way.Get paid fast: Cash out up to 5X a day with Uber’s Instant Pay.Guaranteed earnings: Earnings guaranteed for your first 200 trips with Uber.Flexible schedule: You control when and where you drive.24/7 support: The app gives you turn-by-turn directions, and access 24/7 support if you need help.What you need to get started:21 years old or olderA 4-door vehicleA valid U.S. driver’s license and vehicle insuranceAt least one year of driving experience in the U.S. (3 years if you’re under 23 years old)Additional Information:If you have previous employment experience in transportation (such as a delivery driver, driver, professional driver, driving job, truck driver, heavy and tractor-trailer driver, cdl truck driver, class a or class b driver, local truck driver, company truck driver, taxi driver, taxi chauffeur, cab driver, cab chauffeur, taxi cab driver, transit bus driver, bus driver, coach bus driver, bus operator, shuttle driver, bus chauffeur) you might also consider driving with Uber and earn extra money. We also welcome drivers who have worked with other peer-to-peer ridesharing or driving networks. Drivers using the Uber platform come from all backgrounds and industries ranging from traditional driving and transportation industries to other industries. Driving with Uber is a great way to supplement your part time or full time income. Uber welcomes applicants year round - summer, winter, fall, spring, and holiday.Sign up to drive with Uber and earn $2380*—if not more—when you complete 200 trips in your first 30 days. Terms apply.*This is a promotional offer and is only available to new drivers who have never previously signed up to drive or deliver with Uber; and complete the minimum trip threshold in their city within 30 days of signing up to drive. Any tips and promotions you make are on top of this amount. Limited time only. Offer and terms are subject to change. Click through to read full terms and conditions.

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Medical Support
Navy
location-iconRexburg ID

ABOUTMedical emergencies happen and we need people who can take charge when they do. Whether you’re in a hospital or clinical setting, on a ship or submarine, or out in the field alongside fellow Sailors or Marines, you will use advanced medical training to save lives. The bravest fighters in the world put their lives in your hands. And it’s your job to ensure they have the care they need.RESPONSIBILITIESHospital Corpsmen (HM)Perform emergency medical treatment on SEALs, Seabees, Marines and other military personnel injured in the fieldPerform emergency dental treatment as well as construct dental crowns and bridges, process dental X-rays and operate X-ray equipmentServe as an operating room technician for general and specialized surgeryHelp administer a wide range of preventive care and medications, including immunizations and intravenous fluidsMaintain patient treatment records, conduct research and perform clinical testsHospital Corpsman Advanced Technical Field (HM-ATF)Those in the Hospital Corpsman Advanced Technical Field go beyond the duties of Hospital Corpsmen, working in austere and challenging environments while saving lives. Each of the three classifications has its own responsibilities:SPECIAL AMPHIBIOUS RECONNAISSANCE CORPSMAN (SARC)Provide advanced medical care and operational services for Marine Reconnaissance, USMC Special Operations Forces and Special Operations Command personnelEngage as a team member in direct action, special reconnaissance, foreign internal defense, irregular and unconventional warfareSEARCH AND RESCUE MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (SMT)Rescue patients and deliver emergency care from the back of a helicopterPerform aircrew duties and En Route Care (ERC) for routine illness and emergent patientsSupport Search and Rescue (SAR), tactical evacuation (TECEVAC), Medical Evacuation (MEDEVAC), casualty evacuation (CASEVAC) and Combat Search & Rescue (CSAR) for Navy and Marine Corps AviationDEEP SEA DIVING MEDICAL TECHNICIAN (DMT)Provide basic medicine and assist medical officers in prevention and treatment of diving related illnesses, injuries associated with deep sea diving and hyperbaric conditionsOperate, test and repair all USN diving equipmentPerform underwater inspections, harbor/port/ship security inspections, conduct ordnance searches, rescue personnel, engage in special warfare and small boat operationsOperate Swimmer Delivery Vehicle Dry-Deck Shelter system and submarine Lock-in/Lock-out systemsWORK ENVIRONMENTIn medical support, you have the most diverse range of work environments in the Navy. Your job will likely take you all over the world—and far out of your comfort zone.Hospital Corpsman (HM)As a Hospital Corpsman, you could be assigned to a Navy medical treatment facility, like an on-base hospital or clinic. You could also work on an aircraft carrier in the middle of the ocean, or a submarine in the depths of the sea. You will work alongside Navy nurses and other medical professionals to be trained as a skilled first responder, whether your skills are needed bedside or in the field.Hospital Corpsman Advanced Technical Field (HM-ATF)If you choose to go the Hospital Corpsman Advanced Technical Field route, you will work in extreme and sometimes dangerous conditions. From deep sea diving to combat missions to flying up in MH-60 Romeo helicopters, you will train outside the realm of conventional military forces to prepare for any mission. You may work independent of a physician or under supervision in this program.TRAINING & ADVANCEMENTHospital Corpsman (HM)After you attend Boot Camp, you’ll report to Fort Sam Houston, TX to attend “A” school for 14 weeks. Here, you’ll develop a working knowledge of basic principles and techniques of patient care and first aid procedures in preparation for your first assignment. Throughout your career, you’ll have ample opportunity to gain advanced medical skills from radiology, to physical therapy, to dental care, to heart surgery. These skills will be necessary to maintain the physical health, and on occasion, save the lives of Sailors and Marines across the fleet. You could even deploy overseas with the Marines as a Fleet Marine Force Corpsman, which requires specialty training.Hospital Corpsman Advanced Technical Field (HM-ATF)After Boot Camp, you’ll report to Fort Sam Houston, TX to attend “A” school for 14 weeks. Here, you’ll develop a working knowledge of basic principles and techniques of patient care and first aid procedures. After Corpsman “A” School, HM-ATF candidates track to one of three advanced training paths:SPECIAL AMPHIBIOUS RECONNAISSANCE CORPSMAN PIPELINE (121 WEEKS LONG)Areas of training include but are not limited to basic reconnaissance, airborne operations, combatant diving, demolitions, clinical diagnostics, advanced paramedical skills, Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), basic surgical anesthesia, basic veterinary medicine and basic dental examsSEARCH AND RESCUE MEDICAL TECH PIPELINE (27 WEEKS LONG)Areas of training include but are not limited to advanced fluid resuscitation, administration and management of Advanced Life Support medications, use of emergency medical equipment, rescue and recovery devices and patient handlingMEDICAL DEEP SEA DIVING TECH PIPELINE (28 WEEKS LONG)Areas of training include but are not limited to diving physics, scuba and surface-supplied air diving, recognition and treatment of diving related illnessesAutomatic promotion opportunities are available but are competitive and based on completion of pipeline. It’s also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields.Post-Service Opportunities There’s no better way to begin a successful career in healthcare than by serving in the medical support division of America’s Navy. You’ll receive training in everything from surgery to radiology, physical therapy to respiratory medicine, and more. Beyond this, you’ll have many opportunities to get the hands-on experience and credentials medical assistants require in the civilian world. EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIESBeyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Navy training in the field of medical support can translate to credit hours toward a bachelor’s or associate degree through the American Council on Education. You may continue your education through:Navy College Program and Tuition AssistancePost-9/11 GI BillQUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTSGeneral qualifications may vary depending upon whether you’re currently serving, whether you’ve served before or whether you’ve never served before. Any illegal involvement with drugs may be disqualifying.Hospital Corpsman (HM)To become a Hospital Corpsman you must have U.S. citizenship, a high school diploma or equivalent, normal color perception, vision correctable to 20/20 and meet eligibility requirements for a security clearance.Hospital Corpsman Advanced Technical Field (HM-ATF)If you go the Hospital Corpsman Technical Field route, you must have U.S. citizenship, a high school diploma or equivalent, normal color perception, vision correctable to 20/20 and meet eligibility requirements for a security clearance.Additionally, you should:Be 28 years or youngerAgree to a minimum 6-year enlistment obligationUndergo a Physical Screening Test (PST) and meet the following minimum standards:Swim: 12:30 (1.5 miles)Sit-ups: 50Push-ups: 50Pull-ups: 10Run: 10:30 (500 yd / 450m)Meet standards for Student Naval Aviator (SNA)Have the intelligence, maturity and ability to carry out the physical demands of combat while simultaneously learning medical procedures and methodologiesHave good communication skills, writing and arithmetic ability, manual dexterity and a good memoryHave a sincere interest in providing general health careBe resourceful, dependable and trustworthy

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Naval Aviator
Navy
location-iconRexburg ID

ABOUTSearch for underwater threats. Deliver payloads of incredible firepower or necessary manpower. Execute strategic aerial maneuvers anywhere from the stratosphere, to mere feet above the sea. This is just a glimpse into your career as a Naval Aviator. You also may find yourself:Flying some of the most innovative and high-tech aircraft in the worldProviding vital attack, defense and logistic support to the FleetControlling and maintaining all internal and external aircraft systemsRESPONSIBILITIESNavy Pilots and Naval Flight Officers (NFOs) are important components in an exclusive, world-class group of Officers. This job will require you to perform at the best of your ability at all times. Making use of your advanced training and unparalleled knowledge to provide the utmost safety and security in the world’s skies.As a Pilot, you may:Take part in antisubmarine warfare and mine countermeasures, as well as search and rescue operations and vertical replenishment missionsReceive specialized training on the advanced tactical systems found on Navy aircraftProject aviation power in fighter and attack, reconnaissance, and sea control missions. launching from aircraft carriers or surface combatants.Conduct enemy surveillance by collecting photographic intelligenceAs an NFO, you may:Study aerodynamics, aircraft engine systems, meteorology, navigation, flight planning and flight safetyTrain and specialize in EA-18G Growler electronic countermeasures aircraft, E-2C Hawkeye early warning and control aircraft, or the new P-8A Poseidon antisubmarine aircraftElectronically detect and track ships, submarines, aircraft and missilesWORK ENVIRONMENTAs a Navy Pilot or an NFO, missions and assignments can be anywhere around the globe. This includes working from carrier battle groups, or other sea-based platforms, and at Naval Air Stations or other locations on shore.TRAINING & ADVANCEMENTThose entering aviation programs must first attend Officer Candidate School (OCS) in Newport, RI, and then complete a six-week air indoctrination course at Naval Aviation Schools Command, in Pensacola, FL. From there, prospective Pilots and NFOs attend primary flight training.Pilots and NFOs then request an aircraft pipeline and enter the intermediate phase of flight training, which builds upon basic flight and navigation training. The final phase is advanced naval flight training, focusing on mission specifics. After completion, Pilots and NFOs are awarded their “wings of gold” and report to their respective Fleet Replacement Squadrons (FRSs) for further training specific to their aircraft.Promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. It’s also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields.EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIESFollowing your initial flying tour as a Navy Pilot or an NFO, you can attend the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) in Monterey, CA, where you may be able to earn a master’s or doctoral degree while being paid full-time.QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTSA four-year degree is required to work as a Navy Pilot or Naval Flight Officer. Candidates seeking an Officer position in this community must have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution in a technical field.All candidates must also be U.S. citizens, willing to serve worldwide and qualified for sea duty.General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you’re currently serving, whether you’ve served before or whether you’ve never served before.

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Nuclear Operations
Navy
location-iconRexburg ID

ABOUTNuclear technicians, power plant operators and subsystems specialists are responsible for keeping vital Naval submarines and aircraft carriers running. These highly trained, hands-on professionals perform the complex technical functions that are at the core of sub and carrier capabilities.Their job involves everything from operating nuclear propulsion plant machinery, to controlling auxiliary equipment that supports Naval reactors, to maintaining various electronic, propulsion and weapons systems.RESPONSIBILITIESThere are three types of Nuclear Operations jobs for enlisted Sailors. Responsibilities depend on your training, interests and designation. All three of these ratings are eligible to receive up to a $40,000 bonus for first-time enlistment and up to a $100,000 bonus for re-enlistment.Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN)Nuclear Machinist’s Mates operate and maintain steam turbines and reduction gears used for nuclear ship propulsion and auxiliary machinery such as turbogenerators, pumps and oil purifiers. They also maintain auxiliary machinery outside of main machinery spaces, such as electrohydraulic steering engines and elevators, refrigeration plants, air conditioning systems and desalinization plants. They may also operate and maintain compressed gas producing plants. Nuclear-trained MMs perform duties in nuclear propulsion plants operating reactor control, propulsion and power generation systems. This job is perfect for Sailors with deep interest in math, chemistry, physics and engineering—in other words, it takes hard work and smarts to get you into the reactor room.Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN)Nuclear Electrician’s Mates are responsible for the operation of a ship's electrical power generation systems, lighting systems, electrical equipment and electrical appliances. The duties include installation, operation, adjustment, routine maintenance, inspection, test and repair of electrical equipment. They also perform maintenance and repair of related electronic equipment. As an EMN, you’re responsible for troubleshooting the electric breakers and circuits aboard nuclear-powered ships like aircraft carriers and submarines.Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN)Nuclear Electronics Technicians operate and perform maintenance on the electronic systems that make the nuclear reactor on Navy ships run. From submarines to aircraft carriers, these Sailors calibrate the actual nuclear control rods to generate power aboard these ships. After your training at Nuclear Power & Prototype School, you’ll be part of a watch team that enables the fission process, which generates steam for propulsion. Few can say they get hands-on experience in a nuclear power plant just three years out of high school—you’re one of them.Learn more about submarine service, or life on a ship.WORK ENVIRONMENTAs an Enlisted Sailor working in nuclear operations, you’ll have the opportunity to work at sea or ashore. Your assignment could also place you in an intense, fast-paced environment aboard a nuclear-powered submarine or aircraft carrier.TRAINING & ADVANCEMENTNAVY NUCLEAR FIELD (NF) PROGRAMUpon completion of initial 7–9 week Recruit Training (known as Boot Camp), those pursuing a Nuclear Operations role report to “A” School for technical training based on their specific job rating, and then move on to acquire advanced nuclear training.“A” School for MMNs – The three-month Machinist’s Mate Nuclear (MMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and understanding of the theory and operation of a steam power plant. Students learn to operate tools, test equipment and system components, read blueprints, practice rigging techniques, and perform maintenance procedures. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see below).“A” School for EMNs – The six-month Electrician’s Mate Nuclear (EMN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and power distribution. Students learn to solve basic equations using phasors, vector notations and basic trigonometry and analyze DC and AC circuits. They also learn how to operate electrical equipment using controllers, and how to properly test, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical circuits, motors and other related electrical equipment. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).“A” School for ETNs – The six-month Electronics Technician Nuclear (ETN) course in Charleston, SC provides a basic knowledge of technical mathematics and a good working knowledge of electricity and electronics, solid-state devices, digital logic and systems, microprocessors, and instrumentation and control circuits. Students learn how to interpret schematic diagrams and use appropriate test equipment to isolate and correct faults in electronic systems. From there, it’s on to NNPS and NPTU (see description below).Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) – Upon completion of “A” School training, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs attend Naval Nuclear Power School (NNPS) in Charleston, SC. Here they learn theory and practical application of nuclear physics and reactor engineering. The six-month course provides a comprehensive understanding of a pressurized-water Naval nuclear power plant, including reactor core nuclear principles, heat transfer and fluid systems, plant chemistry and materials, mechanical and electrical systems, and radiological control.Nuclear Power Training Unit (NPTU) – Following NNPS, MMNs, EMNs and ETNs begin prototype training in their rating specialty at one of two Nuclear Power Training Units (NPTUs) – located in Charleston, SC and Ballston Spa, NY. This six-month course teaches the fundamentals of a Naval nuclear power plant and the interrelationship of its mechanical, electrical, and reactor subsystems. Students develop oral communications skills, obtain an understanding of nuclear radiation, and gain knowledge of the safe operation of a complex Naval nuclear power plant.For all nuclear power trained ratings, promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. It’s also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields.EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIESBeyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Navy technical and operational training in the field of nuclear operations can translate to up to 77 credit hours toward a bachelor’s or associate degree through the American Council on Education. You may also continue your education through opportunities like the following:Navy College Program and Tuition AssistancePost-9/11 GI BillQUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTSA high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor in the nuclear operations field in the Navy. Those seeking one of these positions must be US citizens with successful completion of one year of Algebra, and who can meet eligibility requirements for a security clearance.General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you’re currently serving, whether you’ve served before or whether you’ve never served before.

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Purchasing, Supply and Logistics
Navy
location-iconRexburg ID

ABOUTThe success and safety of every mission depends on getting needed supplies, materials and equipment at a moment’s notice. The service members of the Purchasing, Supply & Logistics community make sure America’s Navy has what it needs, when it needs it.Officer positions in the Supply Corps are available to college graduates, and Logistics Specialist (LS) positions are available to those without a degree.RESPONSIBILITIESOfficer RoleA four-year college degree is required to become a Supply Officer. In this role, you will perform executive-level duties in inventory control, financial management, physical distribution systems, petroleum management, personnel transportation, and other related areas. You might:Analyze the demand for supplies and forecast future needsManage the inspection, shipping, handling, and packaging of supplies and equipmentDirect personnel who receive inventory and issue supplies and equipmentEvaluate bids and proposals submitted by potential suppliersStudy ways to use space and distribute supplies efficientlyDetermine the fastest, most economic way to transport cargo or personnelOversee the handling of special items, such as medicine and explosivesEnlisted RoleAs a Logistics Specialist (no college degree required), your efforts are crucial in delivering what the Navy needs for mission success. Enlisted Sailors in the Purchasing & Supply field may:Keep fiscal records of a facilityOrder, store, check and issue Naval aircraft and aeronautical equipment and accessories, including flight gearPrepare inventory reports and correspondenceKeep official publications up to dateMaintain financial logs and recordsOperate computer systems that provide logistic support information for submarine supplies and accounting functionsOrganize and operate Navy post offices, ashore and afloatWork under the supervision of a Supply OfficerWORK ENVIRONMENTProfessionals in Navy purchasing, supply and logistics work in offices, shore-based warehouses, air cargo terminals at naval air stations and aboard ships. The diverse working locations provide an excellent opportunity for expanding knowledge and skills in inventory management, financial management, procurement and warehouse management.TRAINING & ADVANCEMENTOfficer TrainingProspective Supply Officers must first attend Officer Candidate School (OCS) in Newport, Rhode Island. From there, Supply Officers attend Navy Supply School in Newport, Rhode Island, for a 27-week Basic Qualification Course. This course emphasizes problem solving in real shipboard situations and provides training in inventory management, food and retail operations, leadership, and management.Prospective Officers may also receive specialized training in transportation management, freight classifications, methods of working with civilian and other service carriers, and special handling of medicines and explosives.Enlisted TrainingEnlisted Sailors pursuing a Logistics Specialist role must first complete the 7–9 week Recruit Training (known as Boot Camp). After that, they receive technical “A” school training in Meridian, Miss., where they learn skills including automated data processing systems, financial records and accounting systems, and postal operations training.For both Supply Officers and Logistics Specialists, promotion opportunities are regularly available but are competitive and based on performance. It’s also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields.EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIESOfficer EducationBeyond professional credentials and certifications, Supply Officers can advance their education by:Pursuing opportunities at institutions such as Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) or Navy War College (NWC)Completing Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) at one of the various service collegesEnlisted EducationBeyond offering access to professional credentials and certifications, Logistics Specialist training in the Navy can translate to credit hours toward a bachelor’s or associate degree through the American Council on Education. You may also continue your education through opportunities like the following:Navy College Program and Tuition AssistancePost-9/11 GI BillQUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTSOfficer QualificationsThis Officer position requires at least a four-year degree. Degrees in business, science, technology, engineering and mathematics are preferred but not required. A graduate degree is preferred by not required.Enlisted QualificationsA high-school diploma or equivalent is required to become an Enlisted Sailor in the Logistics Specialist field. Those seeking this position must be able to work well with people in a customer service environment. Good arithmetic, verbal and writing skills, as well as recordkeeping skills, are also very important.General QualificationsAll candidates must also be: U.S. citizens, willing to serve worldwide, and qualified for sea duty.General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you’re currently serving, whether you’ve served before or whether you’ve never served before.

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Navy Chaplain
Navy
location-iconRexburg ID

ABOUTThe Navy Chaplain Corps boasts more than 800 Navy Chaplains from more than 100 different faith groups, including Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Buddhist and many others. Each Chaplain is also a Navy Officer, meaning each holds an important leadership role.Chaplains offer everything from faith leadership, to personal advice, to much-needed solace - all while living up to the guiding principles of the Chaplain Mission:Providing religious ministry and support to those of your own faithFacilitating the religious requirements of those from all faithsCaring for all servicemembers and their families, including those subscribing to no specific faithAdvising the command in ensuring the free exercise of religionRESPONSIBILITIESAs a Navy Chaplain, your job spans a broad range of duties. You will support fellow servicemembers during their most joyful moments, and during their most difficult. Your responsibilities might include:Conduct worship services in a variety of settingsPerform religious rites and ceremonies such as weddings, funeral services and baptismsCounsel individuals who seek guidanceOversee religious education programs, such as Sunday school and youth groupsVisit and provide spiritual guidance and care to hospitalized personnel and/or their family membersTrain lay leaders who conduct religious education programsPromote attendance at religious services, retreats and conferencesAdvise leaders at all levels regarding morale, ethics and spiritual well-beingWORK ENVIRONMENTNavy Chaplains immerse themselves in the daily lives of servicemembers. In what can be best described as a ministry of presence, they are there to offer guidance and insight in the moment, whenever they’re needed. You could provide support while on land or at sea, when presiding over religious ceremonies on a base, or when conducting services from the flight deck of an aircraft carrier.TRAINING & ADVANCEMENTThose pursuing a Chaplain position are required to attend Officer Development School (ODS) in Newport, RI. Upon completion, they attend a seven-week course at the Naval Chaplaincy School and Center, also in Newport, RI.Promotion opportunities are regularly available but competitive and based on performance. It’s also important to note that specialized training received and work experience gained in the course of service can lead to valuable credentialing and occupational opportunities in related fields such as family counseling and behavioral therapy.EDUCATION OPPORTUNITIES Navy Chaplains typically continue their education throughout their careers. Opportunities for continuing education are available through the Advanced Education Program while being paid full-time as a Navy Officer. Beyond professional credentials and certifications, Navy Chaplains can advance their education by: Pursuing opportunities at institutions such as Naval Postgraduate School (NPS)Completing Joint Professional Military Education (JPME) at one of the various service collegesAlso keep in mind: If you’re in the process of starting or completing your graduate theological degree, you could potentially enter the Navy Chaplain Candidate Program (CCPO) as a student.QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTSA candidate seeking to serve as a Navy Chaplain and Officer must:Have a bachelor's degree from a qualified four-year undergraduate educational institution Have a graduate degree in theological or related studies from an accredited educational institution (note that a qualifying degree program requires no fewer than 72 semester hours or 108 quarter hours of graduate-level work with 2/3 of those course hours completed in residence; also note that related studies may include graduate courses in pastoral counseling, social work, religious administration and similar disciplines when one-half of the earned credits include topics in general religion, world religions, the practice of religion, theology, religious philosophy, religious ethics and/or the foundational writings from the applicant's religious tradition)Have two years of full-time religious leadership experience that's compatible with the duties of a Religious Ministry Professional (RMP) in their respective Religious Organizations (RO) and relevant to the settings of military chaplaincyMust be able to obtain an Ecclesiastical Endorsement from a religious faith organization registered with the Department of Defense.General qualifications may vary depending upon whether you’re currently serving, whether you’ve served before or whether you’ve never served before.To learn more and see if you qualify to serve as a Navy Chaplain, please call 855-904-4002.

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92Y Unit Supply Specialist - Warehouse Manager
Army National Guard
location-iconRexburg ID

Job Description As a Unit Supply Specialist for the Army National Guard, you will ensure that your Unit and fellow Soldiers are well supplied and equipped for any mission. In this role, your keen eye and management ability will keep warehouse functions running smoothly. You will oversee the shipping, storage, and supply of Army National Guard equipment. This includes receiving, inspecting, invoicing, storing, and delivering supplies. You will: ensure that all documents are prepared and organized; maintain automated systems; secure and control weapons and ammunition; and schedule and provide maintenance for weapons. Job Duties * Issue and receive small arms. Secure and control weapons and ammunition in security areas * Schedule and perform preventive and organizational maintenance on weapons * Operate unit level computers Some of the Skills You'll Learn * Procedures for handling medical and food supplies Helpful Skills * Interest in mathematics, bookkeeping, accounting, business administration and/or typing * Ability to keep accurate records * Enjoy physical work * Interest in operating forklifts and other warehouse equipment Through your training, you will develop the skills and experience to enjoy a civilian career as a stock control clerk, parts clerk, or storekeeper with factories, repair shops, department stores or government warehouses and stockrooms. Earn While You Learn Instead of paying to learn these skills, get paid to train. In the Army National Guard, you will learn these valuable job skills while earning a regular paycheck and qualifying for tuition assistance. Job training requires 10 weeks of Basic Training, where you learn basic Soldiering skills. Then you will attend eight weeks Advanced Individual Training (AIT), which consists of six weeks of additional training. Part of this time is spent in a classroom and part in the field under simulated combat conditions. Benefits/Requirements Benefits * Paid training * A monthly paycheck * Montgomery GI Bill * Federal and State tuition assistance * Retirement benefits for part-time service * Low-cost life insurance (up to $400,000 in coverage) * 401(k)-type savings plan * Student Loan Repayment Program (up to $50,000, for existing loans) * Health care benefits available * VA home loans * Bonuses, if applicable * Most non-prior service candidates will earn between $200 and $250 per drill weekend, subject to change Requirements * Military enlistment in the Army National Guard * Must be at least a junior in high school, or have a high school diploma or a GED certificate * Must be between the ages of 17 and 35 * Must be able to pass a physical exam and meet legal and moral standards * Must meet citizenship requirements (see NATIONALGUARD.com for details) Requires military enlistment. Programs and benefits are subject to change. Ask your Army National Guard recruiter for the most up-to-date information. Actual MOS assignment may depend on MOS availability. Other Job Information Job ID: 1826 ZIP Code: 83440 Job Category: Supply and Logistics Age Requirements: Must be between the ages of 17 and 35 stock forman manager chief shipping logistics supply chain

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Uber Driver - Earn $2240
Uber
location-iconRexburg ID

Earn at least $2240—if not more—driving with Uber when you complete your first 200 trips in 30 days.Why Uber?Driving is an easy way to boost your income while maintaining the flexibility your schedule requires (gig, part-time, full-time, seasonal, hourly, or temporary). Weekly incentives and guaranteed earnings will ensure first-time drivers succeed as they learn the ropes.What you need to know:Signup in seconds: Get started today and we’ll provide support along the way.Get paid fast: Cash out up to 5X a day with Uber’s Instant Pay.Guaranteed earnings: Earnings guaranteed for your first 200 trips with Uber.Flexible schedule: You control when and where you drive.24/7 support: The app gives you turn-by-turn directions, and access 24/7 support if you need help.What you need to get started:21 years old or olderA 4-door vehicleA valid U.S. driver’s license and vehicle insuranceAt least one year of driving experience in the U.S. (3 years if you’re under 23 years old)Additional Information:If you have previous employment experience in transportation (such as a delivery driver, driver, professional driver, driving job, truck driver, heavy and tractor-trailer driver, cdl truck driver, class a or class b driver, local truck driver, company truck driver, taxi driver, taxi chauffeur, cab driver, cab chauffeur, taxi cab driver, transit bus driver, bus driver, coach bus driver, bus operator, shuttle driver, bus chauffeur) you might also consider driving with Uber and earn extra money. We also welcome drivers who have worked with other peer-to-peer ridesharing or driving networks. Drivers using the Uber platform come from all backgrounds and industries ranging from traditional driving and transportation industries to other industries. Driving with Uber is a great way to supplement your part time or full time income. Uber welcomes applicants year round - summer, winter, fall, spring, and holiday.Sign up to drive with Uber and earn $2240*—if not more—when you complete 200 trips in your first 30 days. Terms apply.*This is a promotional offer and is only available to new drivers who have never previously signed up to drive or deliver with Uber; and complete the minimum trip threshold in their city within 30 days of signing up to drive. Any tips and promotions you make are on top of this amount. Limited time only. Offer and terms are subject to change. Click through to read full terms and conditions.

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Lyft Driver - No Experience Needed
Lyft
location-iconRexburg ID

Earn $2,500 in Idaho Falls when you give 170 rides in 30 days. Terms Apply. What is Lyft? Lyft is a platform that connects drivers with individuals and organizations that need rides. Driving with Lyft is the perfect way to earn great money on any schedule (part-time, full-time, seasonal, hourly, or temporary) and Lyft Drivers can cash out instantly with Express Pay. Why Lyft? Boost Your Income: You get paid for the time and distance of a trip, plus tips and bonuses Be Your Own Boss: Set your own schedule and keep control over when you drive and earn Support the Community: Lyft drivers are essential to our neighborhoods, communities, and cities. When you give rides, you are playing a vital role Driver Requirements You're at least 25 years old You own an iPhone or Android smartphone You have a clean driving record and auto insurance You have a 4-door from 2004 or newer *Car year may vary by region *Does not apply if you are renting a car through Express Drive program Additional Information Lyft is a great opportunity for those looking for part-time work, hourly work, contract, commission, flexible side gigs, freelancer / freelancing, and work from home / wfh opportunities. No professional driver / driving experience is needed and we encourage entry level and veteran applicants to consider driving with Lyft. Organized drivers often see the most success, so put your administrative assistant / receptionist skills to use while planning your own schedule. Customer service / sales is at the heart of the driver - rider relationship. If you have previous job experience as a limo driver, taxi, bus driver, courier, or in hospitality / hotels, Lyft is an excellent opportunity to make great money working when you want. Drive in the morning, evening, night, weekends! Apply online today.

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Lyft Driver - Earn Extra Income on Your Own Schedule
Lyft
location-iconSugar city ID

Earn $2,500 in Idaho Falls when you give 170 rides in 30 days. Terms Apply. What is Lyft? Lyft is a platform that connects drivers with individuals and organizations that need rides. Driving with Lyft is the perfect way to earn great money on any schedule (part-time, full-time, seasonal, hourly, or temporary) and Lyft Drivers can cash out instantly with Express Pay. Why Lyft? Boost Your Income: You get paid for the time and distance of a trip, plus tips and bonuses Be Your Own Boss: Set your own schedule and keep control over when you drive and earn Support the Community: Lyft drivers are essential to our neighborhoods, communities, and cities. When you give rides, you are playing a vital role Driver Requirements You're at least 25 years old You own an iPhone or Android smartphone You have a clean driving record and auto insurance You have a 4-door from 2004 or newer *Car year may vary by region *Does not apply if you are renting a car through Express Drive program Additional Information Lyft is a great opportunity for those looking for part-time work, hourly work, contract, commission, flexible side gigs, freelancer / freelancing, and work from home / wfh opportunities. No professional driver / driving experience is needed and we encourage entry level and veteran applicants to consider driving with Lyft. Organized drivers often see the most success, so put your administrative assistant / receptionist skills to use while planning your own schedule. Customer service / sales is at the heart of the driver - rider relationship. If you have previous job experience as a limo driver, taxi, bus driver, courier, or in hospitality / hotels, Lyft is an excellent opportunity to make great money working when you want. Drive in the morning, evening, night, weekends! Apply online today.

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Uber Driver - Earn $2240, guaranteed
Uber
location-iconSugar City ID

Earn at least $2240—if not more—driving with Uber when you complete your first 200 trips in 30 days.Why Uber?Driving is an easy way to boost your income while maintaining the flexibility your schedule requires (gig, part-time, full-time, seasonal, hourly, or temporary). Weekly incentives and guaranteed earnings will ensure first-time drivers succeed as they learn the ropes.What you need to know:Signup in seconds: Get started today and we’ll provide support along the way.Get paid fast: Cash out up to 5X a day with Uber’s Instant Pay.Guaranteed earnings: Earnings guaranteed for your first 200 trips with Uber.Flexible schedule: You control when and where you drive.24/7 support: The app gives you turn-by-turn directions, and access 24/7 support if you need help.What you need to get started:21 years old or olderA 4-door vehicleA valid U.S. driver’s license and vehicle insuranceAt least one year of driving experience in the U.S. (3 years if you’re under 23 years old)Additional Information:If you have previous employment experience in transportation (such as a delivery driver, driver, professional driver, driving job, truck driver, heavy and tractor-trailer driver, cdl truck driver, class a or class b driver, local truck driver, company truck driver, taxi driver, taxi chauffeur, cab driver, cab chauffeur, taxi cab driver, transit bus driver, bus driver, coach bus driver, bus operator, shuttle driver, bus chauffeur) you might also consider driving with Uber and earn extra money. We also welcome drivers who have worked with other peer-to-peer ridesharing or driving networks. Drivers using the Uber platform come from all backgrounds and industries ranging from traditional driving and transportation industries to other industries. Driving with Uber is a great way to supplement your part time or full time income. Uber welcomes applicants year round - summer, winter, fall, spring, and holiday.Sign up to drive with Uber and earn $2240*—if not more—when you complete 200 trips in your first 30 days. Terms apply.*This is a promotional offer and is only available to new drivers who have never previously signed up to drive or deliver with Uber; and complete the minimum trip threshold in their city within 30 days of signing up to drive. Any tips and promotions you make are on top of this amount. Limited time only. Offer and terms are subject to change. Click through to read full terms and conditions.

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Team Member - Taco Bell
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location-iconRexburg ID
Job Description
" You are applying for work with a franchisee of Taco Bell, not Taco Bell Corp. or any of its affiliates. If hired, the franchisee will be your only employer. Franchisees are independent business owners who set their own wage and benefit programs that can vary among franchisees."

Our Taco Bell Team Members are the first face that customers see when they walk through the door, or the first voice they hear when they place a Drive thru order, so YOU will set the tone for the bringing the great Taco Bell experience to life. This is the job for a friendly, helpful individual who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment and paying attention to detail. Key positions we offer include preparing food- our FOOD CHAMPIONS-or taking our guests' orders and serving their meal- our SERVICE CHAMPIONS. The entire team works together to accomplish all daily restaurant tasks including but not limited to resolving service or food issues, maintaining food-safety standards and keeping a clean, safe facility environment. A successful candidate will have a clean and tidy appearance, good work habits and positive attitude and teamwork. A key benefit is free meals while on duty, YUM!

Taco Bell is a great place to learn, grow and succeed. Our family run business offers both part time and full time positions, and we strongly believe in a grow-from-within career.

The minimum age to work with the Northwest Restaurants family of restaurant companies is 16 years or older.
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Team Member - Taco Bell
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location-iconRexburg ID
Job Description
" You are applying for work with a franchisee of Taco Bell, not Taco Bell Corp. or any of its affiliates. If hired, the franchisee will be your only employer. Franchisees are independent business owners who set their own wage and benefit programs that can vary among franchisees."

Our Taco Bell Team Members are the first face that customers see when they walk through the door, or the first voice they hear when they place a Drive thru order, so YOU will set the tone for the bringing the great Taco Bell experience to life. This is the job for a friendly, helpful individual who enjoys working in a fast-paced environment and paying attention to detail. Key positions we offer include preparing food- our FOOD CHAMPIONS-or taking our guests' orders and serving their meal- our SERVICE CHAMPIONS. The entire team works together to accomplish all daily restaurant tasks including but not limited to resolving service or food issues, maintaining food-safety standards and keeping a clean, safe facility environment. A successful candidate will have a clean and tidy appearance, good work habits and positive attitude and teamwork. A key benefit is free meals while on duty, YUM!

Taco Bell is a great place to learn, grow and succeed. Our family run business offers both part time and full time positions, and we strongly believe in a grow-from-within career.

The minimum age to work with the Northwest Restaurants family of restaurant companies is 16 years or older.