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Part Time Athlete (Sales Associate)Nike IncMall of America4/19/2018Please visit careers.nike.com to see all the opportunities that are available in your area!careers.nike.commerbeth.dajani@nike.comn/a0-40As our Nike Store Athlete (Store Associate) your mission will be to deliver a premium consumer experience by demonstrating the expertise to navigate through individual needs and providing a complete solution through Nike products and services to give consumers what they need to connect, train, and compete with the knowledge to achieve their goals.
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Counter StaffBreadsmith of the Twin CitiesSt Paul, MN 4/20/2018Email resume to Janet@breadsmithmn.comwww.breadsmithmn.comjanet@breadsmithmn.com10.00+ DOE15 - 20Counter/Customer Service - Our customers are wonderful and our store is full of the fresh aroma of baked goods. Breadsmith uses the highest quality ingredients to create hand-crafted breads made from scratch and baked fresh daily.Able to work weekends
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Academic CoachACES - Athletes Committed to Educating StudentsTwin Cities4/31/2018apply online at http://aces4kids.org/work-for-aces/http://aces4kids.org/zongvang@ACES4kids.org$15 to $2210-12Academic Coaches serve as the after-school instructor for one ACES classroom, four days per week Monday through Thursday. ACES have multiple sites in the Twin Cities, each with 2-5 classrooms, thus Academic Coaches work alongside one another at each site. Each site is supervised and supported by a Site Coordinator, who ensures Academic Coaches are successful in their classrooms. Classrooms are grouped by grade (4-8) and serve approximately 7-10 students per class. The Academic Coach accelerates academic success by facilitating the MN state standards-based ACES curriculum which teaches math and social-emotional skills through the lens of sports. For example, one lesson teaches students about perseverance and calculating averages through exploring the wage gap between female and male athletes. • Belief that all students can be successful and deserve our best.
• Demonstrated enthusiasm for learning, especially in math and social-emotional skills.
• Ability to gain the trust of students and engage them in learning.
• Ability to tailor a lesson plan to meet the specific needs of your students and classroom.
• Ability to deliver a given lesson with passion, fidelity and accuracy.
• Ability to retain students in your classroom throughout the year.
• Ability to manage a classroom independently.
• Ability to work 5 or 12.5 (depending on site placement) hours per week from August—June.
• Ability to receive feedback and implement suggested changes in order to meet quality standards.
• Ability to develop individual positive relationships with students.
• Exercise initiative and advocate for support when needed.
• Exercise flexibility and make student-centered adjustments as needed.
• Strong organizational and communication skills.
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Tour Tech - Science Museum of MinnesotaScience Museum of MinnesotaSaint Paul, MN 4/22/2018https://www.smm.org/jobshttps://recruiting.ultipro.com/SCI1003/JobBoard/c166f9af-3e28-a8e2-590c-1b51cbf69a53/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=cf8685f7-fc11-4cb8-94fc-16459076d577jvang@smm.orgStarting rate: $26.00+ hourly / Depending on Qualifications. Varies: 20-40

Job Duties & Responsibilities:

• Comprehend and utilize setup/take-down, packing/unpacking and loading/unloading procedures ensuring assigned traveling exhibition changeovers are achieved safely and on-time.
• Follow the guidance of the tour manager and/or tour tech lead to adhere to a sometimes shifting work plan.
• Support a safe environment on the worksite; practice and model safety in your behavior; anticipate potential safety hazards and installation obstacles.
• Work alongside host museum crew members, select and provide necessary resources (tools, hardware, and equipment) and guide their work in exhibition handling procedures to efficiently and safely complete assigned tasks.
• Helps identify and diagnose potential defects or wear developing in the exhibition’s components or operation which could compromise its appearance, reliability, functionality, and safety for the visitor. If urgent, address immediately and inform supervisor.
• Implement formalized changes in work processes and procedures that may contribute to a safer, more efficient and/or accurate work procedures.
• Embrace situations in which customer expectations are successfully fulfilled while the needs of the product are not compromised.
• Performs other related duties as assigned.

The job duties describe the general nature and level of work assigned to this position and is not an exhaustive list. For some positions, detailed procedures may be outlined in supplemental documents.

We exist to turn on the science and inspire learning, inform policy and improve lives. We envision a world in which all people have the power to use science to make lives better. We value science as an essential literacy and strive for inclusion inside and out so that our museum and our people reflect and respond to the diverse needs and cultures of our community. It is the museum’s policy and practice to hire and promote qualified job seekers from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. We offer benefit packages for full-time and part-time employees.

Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
Minimum Qualifications:

• No formal education required.
• Significant client or customer service experience.
• Must be able to travel by air stateside and abroad (nationally and internationally).
• Valid driver’s license required.

Preferred Qualifications:

• Schooling or practical mentorship in theatrical arts, cabinet making, computer hardware maintenance, or other related trades valued but not required.
• Practical computer hardware & software maintenance experience valued but not required.
• Scissors lift, rigging, and/or forklift certifications valued but not required.
• Cultural competency and experience working with diverse communities.
• Willingness to be open and respectful of all backgrounds.
• Fluency in language(s) other than English valued (Hmong, Somali, Spanish).
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Inside Sales - Sales Development RepresentativeTZALong Grove, IL 4/25/2018Please email HR@TZA.COM or please visit WWW.TZA.COM www.tza.com hr@tza.comOTE 65,000-75,000 ANNUAL 40 Are you a Salesperson who is ready to take their career to the next- Enterprise- level? Are you someone looking for an opportunity to enter the fast-paced world of Enterprise SaaS sales? We're looking for talented, motivated and coachable team members. Here’s your chance to be a part of a growing software team with a 30+ year history of innovation and market leadership. If you’re looking for rapid career growth and are outgoing and competitive, TZA (www.tza.com) offers a lot of opportunity to build a strong, thriving career. If you want to be part of a hard-working, winning team, where people love coming to work to sell amazing technology, this may be the perfect fit for you!
$62-72K OTE; with an uncapped commission plan
What you’ll be doing:
Sales Development Representatives (SDRs) are responsible for identifying and creating new qualified sales opportunities for the Inside Sales Team. The SDR manages inbound lead activity and prospects for and develops new opportunities using CRM, the phone and email. In short, you’ll be building a sales pipeline. Our philosophy at TZA is a Sales Development Representative is a Sales Executive in training.
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NannyLakmini KidderMacalester Groveland4/30/2018Call or text 651-226-3917lakmini.kidder@mit.edu156 before summer-40 during summer monthsWe are looking for a reliable person (Chinese/Japanese/Spanish language preferred but not required), to care for and play with our 6 year old twin daughters and 8 year old son. During school days about 6 hours of availability in the evening or weekends are preferred. During the summer months more full time availability is preferred. Please call 651-226-3917 if interested.
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Sales AssociateCookie Cart
1119 W. Broadway Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55411
4/6/2018
Send resume and cover letter, including salary requirements, in a single .pdf file to: Matt Halley, Executive Director at mhalley@cookiecart.org.
cookiecart.org
syang@cookiecart.org
DOQ20 hours/week
Reports to the Senior Sales Manager, the Sales Associate is primarily responsible for:

Receiving and processing all customer orders according to order parameters
Answering customer questions and fulfilling needs to customer satisfaction
Providing support for custom and special cookie orders and coordinating orders with the bakery
Invoicing and supporting accounts receivable
The ideal candidate will have experience with customer service, experience with data entry and phone systems, excellent verbal and written communication skills, a positive attitude with a focus on problem solving, knowledge of customer service principles and practices, and attention to detail. High school diploma or general education degree is required.
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Summer NannyMichelle MurrayShoreview, MN4/4/2018Please send email
kokopelli4230@yahoo.com
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Looking for candidates willing to interact and care for our school aged children for the summer. Flexible hours available.

Responsibilities: Your primary and most important responsibility is the safety and well being of our three children (girl age 12 and twin daughters age 8) during the day. Help our kids undertake a variety of activities to develop the children including encouraging reading, or playing with them. Our expectation is limited screen time during the day. We also would like to see the children have the opportunity to get out of our home and enjoy the summer. We generally sign the kids up for an occasional art camp or similar programming that may require you to provide transportation to and from their activity.
Love of children and the outdoors.
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Counter StaffBreadsmith Of The Twin Cities
Snelling & Grand, St Paul, MN
4/30/2018
Email Janet@breadsmithmn.com or stop into the store fill out application
www.breadsmithmn.com
janet@breadsmithmn.com
10.00 to 12.50 per hour
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Christian Summer Camp Staff for Underprivileged Kids Camps
Hope Mission Summer Camps
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
5/2/2018
Please send your resume and cover letter stating why you would like to work in a Christian Ministry to People and Culture, Hope Mission: hr@hopemission.com.
www.hopemission.com/summercamp
bright.wood@hopemission.com
$1000/month Stipend plus room and board
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Hope Mission operates two Christian Summer camps which provide a summer camp experience for kids from single parent, foster and group homes.
Hope Mission operates two Christian Summer camps which provide a summer camp experience for kids from single parent, foster and group homes.
Brightwood Ranch is 220 acres of rolling hills located one hour west of Edmonton, Alberta. We operate programs for youth ages 6-17 through 6 day resident and outtripping camps. Our mainsite focuses on building relationships with kids through dinner cook outs, overnight campouts, cabin group campfires and other small group activities. Brightwood runs in-house leveled horse camps for one, two, four and eight weeks. These include personal knowledge and riding skills, teaching young kids to ride, day riding trips and a week-long trip to ride in the mountains. We also run youth development programs for one, two, four and eight weeks. These include personal development, learning about and teaching youth, and an outdoor educational component (tubing down the river, lake and river canoe trips, camping, and hiking in the mountains).
Camp Hope is 104 acres located 20 minutes west of Calgary, Alberta along the Elbow River. We operate 8 weeks for youth ages 6-15 through 6 day resident camps. Children sleep in Tipis and focus on building relationships, outdoor activities, and wilderness skills. We also run a Leadership Development Program for one, two or four weeks. This includes personal development, skill development, servant leadership, learning about and teaching kids and youth, and outdoor education which includes some off-site trips to hike in the mountains.

Hope Mission has a vision that men, women, youth and children who come to our doors would come to know Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Saviour. This vision can be fulfilled only if all staff are diligent in serving, strengthening and uplifting people in the name of Jesus Christ.

Camp Activities Include: Horseback riding, archery, climbing wall, low ropes course, zip line, riflery, drama, crafts, petting zoo, wilderness skills, Bible studies, chapels, games and much more.

4 Month Positions: program directors, unit leaders (oversee different camps’ program and staff), head wrangler, horse camp instructor, youth development program leaders, wrangler training program leader, secretary, maintenance, head cook, and assistant cook
2 Month Positions (July and August): counsellors, nurses, kitchen helpers, male and female unit leaders, wranglers, climbing wall instructor, dining hall hostess and out camp food coordinator. Some people hired for these positions may be able to serve in May and June as resource staff.
We also look for people willing to come for part of the summer as well.

Start Date is May 1 or June 20, 2018 (depending on position) until August 24, 2018.

Monthly Stipend of $1000/month plus room and board.
For additional information about positions, salary and how our camp runs, please visit www.hopemission.com/summercamp and check out the Staff Information Package.

Contact Brent Ankrom for questions about the camps and position descriptions at bright.wood@hopemission.com.
Committed Christian, love for underprivileged kids, and an enjoyment of the outdoors.
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Professional Exchanges Program Coordinator
Global MinnesotaMinneapolis, MN 4/20/2018
Send a resume and letter of interest to Kathleen Oscarson, Administrative Director, at info@globalminnesota.org. Applications reviewed as received. Confidential application process.
https://www.globalminnesota.org/about/employment/
info@globalminnesota.org
$12-$14/hr based on experience
20; somewhat flexible
Organization Summary: Global Minnesota is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, member-supported organization promoting international understanding and engagement by educating, inspiring and providing enriching interactive experiences to our community. We offer globally-focused opportunities for all ages in four main program areas. With a staff of 16 and a $1.4 million budget, Global Minnesota is proud to bring Minnesota increased global engagement and recognition. For more information, see our website at www.globalminnesota.org. Nationally, the organization is in the top 10 of the 95 World Affairs Councils of America; a member of Global Ties U.S., the nonprofit arm of the U.S. State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program; and an affiliate of the Foreign Policy Association.

Position Summary: The Professional Exchanges Program hosts over 400 international participants annually. Many of the visitors are part of the International Visitor Leadership Program, which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and designed to connect emerging global leaders in a variety of fields to their professional counterparts in the U.S. Under the direction of the program manager, the coordinator develops and implements a successful visit for the international visitors and the local professional contacts. The coordinator works with all program aspects including researching prospective local professional contacts, arranging logistics, drafting local itineraries, coordinating dinner hosting, and communicating logistical details to the appropriate authorities. Duties also include maintaining database, statistics, and activity records. When visitor volume is low, the coordinator may assist the program director.

Reports to: Professional Exchanges Program Manager

More Details
• Conducts research on a variety of international topics and local professional contacts.
• Arranges logistics, including meetings, itineraries, local transportation, and lodging.
• Prepares itineraries, information packets, attends meetings, takes notes, sends thank you notes and follow-up materials.
• Works with staff to ensure all aspects of dinner hosting are arranged.
• Assists with cultural or other events involving the international visitors.
• Greets and responds to international visitors’ needs while in Minnesota; prepares for onsite meetings.
• Accompanies visitors to appointments; may drive visitors to appointments; delivers materials to hotels.
• Maintains database related to local professional contacts as well as program statistics to be used for program marketing, evaluation, and reporting.
• Provides administrative support including reviewing and prioritizing incoming messages, mail, and information; copying, mailing, invoicing, assembling visitor welcome packets.
• Communicates with National Program Agency officers and associates in Washington, D.C., other Global Minnesota program team members, and a variety of community leaders and professionals.
• Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: This position requires demonstrated strong project coordination and organizational skills, including ability to manage and anticipate logistical challenges, strict attention to detail, adherence to deadlines, impeccable follow through, and the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously. Must have astute computer skills including experience with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and be adept at using email and performing online research. Experience with Raiser’s Edge database preferred. Interests in international relations, foreign policy, and other cultures preferred, in addition to familiarity with the local Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan community. This position requires a valid Minnesota Driver’s License, good driving record, and ability to drive to meetings as necessary.
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ILS WorkerAim ServicesSt. Paul5/5/2018lorissa.aimservices@gmail.comwww.aimservicesmn.com
lorissa.aimservices@gmail.com
negotiable
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Aim Services is looking for caring employees to work with our friends with varying disability labels. Join our team and make a difference in someone’s life.

You must have a valid driver’s license and a reliable vehicle. You must be self-motivated and enjoy working with people.

Flexible day hours available serving individuals in their home. We are willing to work around your schedule. This is a perfect position for students.
Apply Today!!

Drivers license and reliable vehicle
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Camp Photographer/Counselor
Camp Fire MNSt. Louis Park, MN5/28/2018
Submit an application, found here: https://form.jotform.com/72535374184157 Include a portfolio of photos you’ve taken by sending them via email: hr@campfiremn.org (include the position title in the subject line) or mail: Camp Fire Minnesota, Attn: Camp Staff, 4829 Minnetonka Boulevard, Suite 202, St. Louis Park, MN 55416
https://campfiremn.org/hr@campfiremn.org
$200-235/weekly stipend, depending on experience, plus room and board.
TBD
About This Position
Summer camp is the place where young people make life-long memories. As part of the camp and communications teams, this position works to obtain photographs for the Camp Fire Minnesota website, printed materials and/or other professional marketing purposes, including sharing on social media with camp families each week.

Primary Responsibilities
• Capture and process high-quality images of all campers throughout each week, including the variety of activities. Including editing and uploading images multiple times throughout the week.
• Photograph special events and facilities as needed.
• Adhere to Camp Fire Minnesota’s photography style guide
• Upload digital photographs to SharePoint; occurs multiple times weekly
• Obtain photographs for other purposes, such as printed material and other marketing pieces, as directed
• Set a good example for campers and others including cleanliness and punctuality
• Contribute to the cleanliness of the camp, cabins and bathrooms
• Maintain good public relations with camper families and the Tanadoona community
• Get to know our campers, play with them and have fun!
Qualifications:
• Documented experience in photography (in a youth setting preferred), editing and production.
• Training and experience in working with children.
• Able to work with children outdoors in varied conditions.
• Able to function physically in a fast-paced and outdoor environment; ability to quickly move from one area to another.
• Communicates effectively and able to accept guidance and direction
• Good character, integrity, and adaptability
• Physical ability to assist campers in emergency (fire, evacuation, illness or injury)
• Enthusiasm, sense of humor, patience, and self-control

Equipment:
• Provide your own equipment: camera and computer
• Editing software can be made available if needed (Adobe Creative Cloud, including Photoshop and Lightroom)

Desired Availability:
• Available to attend Camp Training on May 29. Last day of work is September 1.
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Summer Tour GuideHistoric Ard Godfrey House
Southeast Minneapolis
4/12/2018Email resume to gshanight@gmail.com
http://www.womansclub.org/club/scripts/section/section.asp?NS=AGH
gshanight@gmail.com
$15.00 per hour
Four hours, every other weekend
Give tours of the historic Ard Godfrey House in MinneapolisGood communication skills, likes dealing with the public
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Nursing Assistant / NAR / HHA / CNA
Presbyterian Homes & ServicesTwin Cities, MN5/4/2018Online
https://careers-preshomes.icims.com/jobs/11800/nursing-assistant---nar---hha---cna/job
recruiter@preshomes.org
DOEvarious availableThe Certified Nursing Assistant (Resident Assistant) is responsible for the provision of high quality personal care and services to support the Personally Designed Living choices of residents, while maintaining consistency with regulations and established best practices. As a Nursing Assistant, you will play a critical role in caring for older adults- not only physically, but emotionally, socially, mentally, and spiritually. Providing care, assisting with activities of daily living, and providing much needed loving contact and conversation are just a few examples of how you serve our residents here at PHS.
Successful completion of a state approved nursing assistant training program and current certification in state(s) in which he/she practices OR successful completion of a home health aide instruction course and successful completion of home health aide competency testing to work in Home Care.
Demonstrated competencies in person-directed, elder/resident-directed practice, home building, critical thinking, teamwork, self leadership, and interpersonal effectiveness.
Demonstrated compatibility with the PHS mission and operating philosophies.
Demonstrated ability to read, write, speak and understand the English language to communicate with all customers.
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Server / Dietary AidePresbyterian Homes & ServicesTwin Cities, MN5/4/2018Online
https://careers-preshomes.icims.com/jobs/11818/server---dietary-aide---openings-throughout-the-twin-cities/job
recruiter@preshomes.org
DOEvarious availableOur Minneapolis/St. Paul area communities are seeking full time and part time Servers / Dietary Aides / Dining Aides / Culinary Assistants to join our team. Many schedules can be designed around your availability and can be flexible as your schedule changes! As a Server, you will play a critical role in caring for older adults- not only with their dietary needs, but also emotionally, socially, mentally, and spiritually. The Server / Dietary Aide is a crucial member of the team that demonstrates care and compassion for our residents by preparing and providing a high quality dining experience for them.
Demonstrated compatibility with PHS' mission and operating philosophies.
Demonstrated ability to read, write, speak and understand the English language to communicate with all customers.
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Telecom Burial Technician
Intech, Inc
680 Hale ave N, Oakdale MN
5/5/2018send resumes to recruiting.intech@gmail.com
calc.intech@gmail.com
piece rate : up to 1000-1500/week
40+Burying fiber optic wire from the ped at the street to the customers home. Self motivated, good troubleshooting skills, customer service skills
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NannyMarc DaviesSt. Paul4/22/2018Email
Mdavies2@macalester.edu
$10-$15 depending on experience
24 to 32Care for 5 month old childTransportation and Drivers License
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Therapy Trainee Fraser
Multiple Twin City Clinic locations
5/11/2018Online
https://recruiting.ultipro.com/FRA1008/JobBoard/a2c01f70-5455-0bf5-510b-7d25ebd4336c/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=a2a89c1f-2a9c-487c-b4de-086cccf2b873
Lina.Ahmed@Fraser.org
11.2515-40
The Therapy Trainee position is a part time position in our Woodbury or Eagan clinics. Therapy Trainees typically work with children 2 - 7 years old diagnosed with emotional and behavioral disorders in a mental health day treatment classroom. Therapy Trainees provide support to children by implementing the goals and objectives in their individualized treatment plan under the supervision of Mental Health Practitioners and licensed Mental Health Professionals. This is a great opportunity to gain experience working with children in the field of mental health and gain clinical hours!
If interested, you must be available Monday - Friday on an ongoing basis (past summer 2018).
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Action Pack MemberMinnesota Timberwolves
Target Center (potential for other locations as well)
9/20/2018
please email entertainment@timberwolves.com to sign up for an open audition. Information will follow as to next steps. 4
ryan.blood@timberwolves.com
$12.00 hour
15-20 (during season)
Individuals in this position will be responsible for high energy crown interaction, live promotions, concourse activities, and act as Ambassadors while welcoming our guests as they access Target Center on all Timberwolves home games.
none
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Footwear Sales Associate
Schuler Shoes
1475 County Road B West, Roseville, MN 55113
5/14/2018
Apply by submitting an application on our website at https://www.schulershoes.com/employment.
www.schulershoes.com
hr@schulershoes.com
$15 per hour / $12 vs 8% commission
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Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

Provide outstanding customer service helping people meet their footwear needs; includes our full service provided of properly fitting customers
Engage customers in conversation and assist in the understanding, demonstration, description and selection of merchandise.
Listen and respond to customer needs
Measure and properly fit customers.
Maintain an active awareness of the merchandise available in the department and store; be able to direct customers as needed
Handle all customer concerns in a proactive, positive manner
Provide a positive shopping experience for our customers; building ongoing relationships
Learn product details, including features and benefits
Communicate effectively with customers, peers, and management
Use a computer, telephone, and other standard retail equipment

Compensation and Benefits:

Thorough training program paid at $15/hr; starting sales at 8% commission vs. $12/hr - whichever is greater with excellent earning potential; Vendor giveaways, contests, and bonus opportunities available.
At Schuler Shoes we offer an excellent pay plan. Our Full Time benefits package includes Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Life Insurance, Profit Sharing, Paid Holidays, Paid Vacations. and a generous Employee Discount. Part Time Employees may also qualify for some of these benefits based on the number of hours worked.

Qualifications :

Ability to communicate clearly and professionally with customers and coworkers
Ability to prioritize multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
Basic math, computer, and written communication skills
High level of ownership, accountability and initiative
Ability to bend, kneel, sit, squat and stand throughout the day & lift up to 40 pounds.
Minimum of 1 year experience working in a customer service environment
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Dining room helpKhyber Passs Cafe1571 Grand Avenue5/16/2018
Apply in person or send email to khyberpasscafe@gmail.com. 651-690 0505
www.khyberpasscafe.com
emelsherzad@gmail.com
Minimum wage + tips
FlexibleServer assistant/busserGood work ethic.
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Ride Operator (18+) - Como Town Amusements
Como Town / Lancer Hospitality
Como Park Zoo / Saint Paul
5/17/2018emailhttps://comotown.com/
DWendle@LancerCatering.com
DOE20+
We are looking for Ride Operators for Como Town Amusement Park at the Como Zoo and Conservatory. We are looking for friendly and energetic candidates who love being around children.
Be able to determine if a customer is safe on a specific ride. Provide exceptional customer service to every customer, every time.
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Summer NannyBrooke Anttila
Columbia Heights, MN
5/15/2018Please contact Brooke by email, phone or text.
brookeanttila@gmail.com
$12/hr 20-25
Mac alum seeking active, creative student or grad to work as summer nanny for 2 children, ages 9 and 11, in Columbia Heights. Days and times TBD, likely 20-25 hours per week, from mid-June through end of August. Nanny or long-term babysitting experience and car necessary. Contact Brooke at brookeanttila@gmail.com or 612-203-6781.
Car and driver's license, experience working with children
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Seeds Student Worker
Minnesota Department of Transportation
St. Paul5/18/2018Minnesota State Careers
https://mn.gov/mmb/careers/
Beth.Friberg@state.mn.us
13.87 per hour
40 hours summer/ 20 hours during school
Students will gain firsthand knowledge and experience by working in the real world with professionals in a variety of fields. Day-to-day opportunities include participating in meetings and training classes, as well as networking with industry professionals in your chosen field of study.
Computer skills, MS Excel, Time management and multitasking skills
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