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The Valley Breeze & Observer 04-01-2021

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26 CLASSIFIEDS APRIL 1-7, 2021 | VALLEY BREEZE & OBSERVER LIVING EDITION We offer a competitive benefit package including Blue Cross Blue Shield and Dental, VSP eye care, company-paid life insurance, 401(k), savings plan, vacation/holidays, and employee recognition programs in addition to a safe, clean working environment. Mena Raso, Senior Human Resources 100 Warwick Industrial Drive, Warwick, RI 02886 Fax: 401.244.1398 e-mail: mraso@jaypack.com JAY PACKAGING GROUP $900 SIGNING BONUS* *Signing Bonus is available to new employees for the successful completion of their new position as a packer or material handler. Located in Warwick, RI, we are a leader in the printing and packaging industry, providing our customers with packaging solutions that stretch the limits of technology while delivering products in a timely, consistent and cost-competitive manner. Our customer base is growing and we need motivated individuals to join our team and help to create innovative visual display packaging. These positions are full time and not seasonal positions. Hand Packers – 1st, 2nd & 3rd Shift Material Handlers -1st, 2nd & 3rd Shift Press Feeder- off shifts 2nd 2nd shift finishing Supervisor Thermoforming Operator DRIVERS NEEDED Travelers' Transit is hiring for drivers and monitors. Our positions are split-shift. This means that you will have a morning run (2-3 hours) and an afternoon run (2-3 hours) each day. The time between these runs is free time allowing you to schedule appointments or go shopping DURING your work day. You can end each day without a list of things to do. All that we require is that you are at least 21 years old, have an acceptable driving record (if applying for a driving position), and have an acceptable BCI (criminal background report). Our driving positions start at $15/hour with paid training that includes First Aid, CPR, and defensive driving certifications. If this seems like a good fit for you, come down to 8 Mill River Street, Blackstone, MA, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday - Friday and meet with our hiring manager. Are you unemployed? Retired? Looking for a job that allows you a few hours every afternoon for errands, appointments, or other tasks? We're anxious to have you join our team. JOB DETAILS: Estimated $60,000-$70,000 a year BENEFITS: Health Insurance • PTO • 401K • Sign On Bonus • Local - home for the weekend REQUIREMENTS: CDL Class A license • Minimum of 1 year driving experience Great Listening skills - able to follow instructions Maintain a positive attitude and work well within a team ABOUT UNITRANS TRANSPORTATION LLC: Formed in 2000, Unitrans Transporatation LLC enjoys a history of excel- lence and quality in the transportation business. Unitrans Transportation LLC offers dedicated fleet services which provide a customized transportation designed to meet the specific needs of the shipper; such as specialized equip- ment, strict timetables and custom reporting. Unitrans Transportation LLC sources the optimal method of transport- ing our customer's freight as efficiently as possible while maintaining unprecedented service and reliability. JOB DUTIES: Operate tractor-trailer as directed between facility and destination in a safe and efficient manner while providing excellent customer service on all deliveries. Prepares, receives and provides appropriate documen- tation for the delivery and /or pickup of goods to ensure timely service. Secures cargo and delivers in accordance with customer needs and company policies. Maintain electronic log of travel and cargo in accordance with Federal and State regulations and company policy. Daily inspection of vehicle, ensure proper function of all safety related features of the vehicle at all times including refueling as needed. Please Call: 508-278-9946 Email Resume: unitrans@earthlink.net TRUCK DRIVER / FLATBED DRIVERS Seven HillS RHode iSland iS HiRinG Join ouR adult SeRviceS team! Are you looking to make a difference and promote healthy and happy lives? Do you have a passion for working with individuals with disabilities and significant life challenges helping them to achieve their fullest potential? If so, consider joining us here at Seven Hills Rhode Island where our CORE VALUES include Respect & Kindness, Integrity, Teamwork, Innovation, and Service to Others. Direct Support Professionals are responsible for providing day-to-day services to our program participants. This includes assisting and teaching individuals with personal care and activities of daily living, so individuals always look and feel their best. In this position, you may also provide assistance and teach individuals with household maintenance, laundry, meal preparation, shopping, and budgeting while continually promoting independence. Contact Kim Colomey at kcolomey@sevenhills.org or 401.406.1881 Join ouR cHild & Family SeRviceS team! Seven Hills Rhode Island (SHRI), based in Woonsocket and Cranston, has 50+ years of experience supporting more than 1,000 people with various disabilities. SHRI's Child & Family Services includes Early Intervention, Home-Based Therapeutic Services (HBTS), Personal Assistance Services and Supports (PASS), Respite, and Transition-Age programs for young adults. Opportunities to work in these services are available throughout the state of Rhode Island. Flexible, part-time opportunities great for: • Teachers, Teacher Assistants • Stay-at-home parents • College students • Retirees • Anyone looking to make a difference in the lives of others! Contact Kim Colomey at kcolomey@sevenhills.org or 401.406.1881 High School Diploma or GED required, related experience preferred. View position details at: www.sevenhills.org/careers To advertise call Donna 401-334-9555

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