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The Valley Breeze Cumberland Lincoln 03-26-2020

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VALLEY BREEZE LIVING EDITION | VALLEY BREEZE | MARCH 26-APRIL 1, 2020 CLASSIFIEDS 29 CLASS 29 NOW HIRING CNA'S • Part Time & Full Time Position available • All 3 shifts • Must have CNA State Certification Excellent benefits include: Medical, Dental, Eye Coverage, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Generous PTO, and Matching 403B (Benefits start upon hire, no waiting period). SIGN ON BONUS Please send resume to: Mount St. Rita Health Centre 15 Sumner Brown Road, Cumberland, RI 02864 or apply online at: www.mountstrita.org WALK-INS WELCOME A GREAT WORK PLACE ENVIRONMENT EOE Class A Pump Driver Call 401-397-3167 between 9 a.m.-3 p.m. • Must have 2 or more years of experience is a must • Clean driving record • Clean BCI • Local daily runs home every night • 40 plus hours per week • Vacation pay • Medical benefits • Start immediately Chapel Hill Senior Living is proud to announce the opening of our NEW and Beautiful Memory Care Community. We have a new job opportunity for a: Full Time Cook 10 Old Diamond Hill Rd., Cumberland, RI 02864 401-333-3393 The Scituate School Department has several openings for full and part time Bus Monitors and/or Transportation Aides to work on elementary and secondary bus routes. Hours vary. A current (less than 6 months old) BCI check with fingerprints is required prior to appointment. Please contact the Scituate School Department for more information at 401-647-4100 CITY OF WOONSOCKET 2020 CENSUS PUBLIC OUTREACH SPECIALIST The 2020 Census Public Outreach Specialist raises awareness of the 2020 US Census utilizing various outreach methods such as tabling at scheduled events, organizing Census-specific events, via social media outlets, as well as creating publicly accessible census stations where residents can complete Census forms using i-Pads. Must track demographic metrics while in this position. Must be outgoing and able to target all population demographics including racial and ethnic minorities, seniors and children. Must be able to speak fluent Spanish. This position is part-time (20-hours per week), and is offered by the City of Woonsocket, not the US Census bureau. This position ends on July 27, 2020. For more information on this position including a full position description and application, please visit the "Employment" section on the City of Woonsocket website www.woonsocketri.org. Please forward your completed application and resume to Nikki Aphonphanh, Personnel Division, City of Woonsocket, 169 Main Street, Woonsocket, RI 02895; you may send your employment information electronically to nlengsavath@woonsocketri.org. Salary: Negotiable depending upon experience. Application Deadline: April 3, 2020 EOE CITY OF WOONSOCKET LEAD RISK ASSESSOR The Lead Risk Assessor is responsible for conducting lead risk assessments and post-lead-hazard-intervention clearance inspections. Duties include, but are not limited to, managing the analysis process of all lead samples, procuring, monitoring, and interfacing with outside vendors to complete additional lead risk assessments as needed. Must be able to work effectively with other members of the City's Lead Hazard Reduction Program team, as well as Program partners and subgrantees. Must have five years experience in the lead inspection field, as well as a thorough knowledge State and Federal Lead Based Paint regulations, as well as possess all licenses, training, and/or certification as required by law and/or regulation. For more information on this position including a full position description and application, please visit the "Employment" section on the City of Woonsocket website www.woonsocketri.org. Please forward your completed application and resume to Nikki Aphonphanh, Personnel Division, City of Woonsocket, 169 Main Street, Woonsocket, RI 02895; you may send your employment information electronically to nlengsavath@woonsocketri.org. Salary: Negotiable depending upon experience. Three year assignment. Application Deadline: April 3, 2020 EOE CITY OF WOONSOCKET LEAD PROGRAM MANAGER The Lead Program Manager is responsible for the daily operations of the City's Lead Hazard Reduction Program, a HUD-funded program to assess and remediate lead hazards in residential units. Duties include, but are not limited to the following: managing lead hazard cases, completing environmental reviews, managing Program funding, lead worker training, as well as public outreach and education. Must have a Bachelor's degree and three to five years experience in the lead abatement field, including lead abatement construction, lead inspections, and/ or public health lead poisoning response; or any equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Must have a thorough knowledge State and Federal Lead Based Paint regulations. For more information on this position including a full position description and application, please visit the "Employment" section on the City of Woonsocket website www.woonsocketri.org. Please forward your completed application and resume to Nikki Aphonphanh, Personnel Division, City of Woonsocket, 169 Main Street, Woonsocket, RI 02895; you may send your employment information electronically to nlengsavath@woonsocketri.org. Salary: Negotiable depending upon experience. Three year assignment. Application Deadline: April 3, 2020 EOE CITY OF WOONSOCKET LEAD CONSTRUCTION SPECIALIST Reporting to the Lead Program Manager, The Lead Construction Specialist is responsible for coordinating with property owners enrolled in the Lead Hazard Reduction Program, a HUD-funded program that assesses and remediates lead hazards in residential units. Duties include, but are not limited to, the following: conducting unit inspections, managing contractor bidding process, selecting lead-safe contractors, as well as monitoring progress of all on-site lead abatement projects. Must have five years experience in housing construction or rehabilitation, project cost estimation, lead abatement specifications writing, thorough knowledge of lead inspection reports and building plans. Must have a thorough knowledge State and Federal Lead Based Paint regulations, as well as possess all licenses, training, and/or certification as required by law and/or regulation. For more information on this position including a full position description and application, please visit the "Employment" section on the City of Woonsocket website www.woonsocketri.org. Please forward your completed application and resume to Nikki Aphonphanh, Personnel Division, City of Woonsocket, 169 Main Street, Woonsocket, RI 02895; you may send your employment information electronically to nlengsavath@woonsocketri.org. Salary: Negotiable depending upon experience. Three year assignment. Application Deadline: April 3, 2020 EOE To advertise call Donna 401-334-9555

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