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JOB ALERT: Updated Job Postings From Worksource Spokane

From WorkSource Spokane/509- 532-3186

Job Title: ENTRY LEVEL RECEPTIONIST 

Order Number: WA2103332

**Employer requests resume and cover letter to be faxed to employer to apply for this position**

 A well established vocational school is currently recruiting for a part-time entry-level Receptionist to answer phones and assist customers.  Superior customer service skills for their Spokane Valley location is required for this part-time Receptionist position to work in a team environment answering phones, transferring calls, responding to email and scheduling staff appointments utilizing Outlook, greeting customers, preparing documents in Word, and handling telephone, mail-in, and walk-in customers. Presents the college, programs and services to prospective students and the general public in a professional manner.

SALARY / WAGE / BENEFITS:

$9.00 an hour, depending on experience. Benefits are not available for this part-time position.

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

Part-time, Monday through Friday, 20 - 25 hours per week, 12:30 A.M. to 6:30 P.M.  Must be able to begin shift promptly.  

 Job Title: LEGAL SECRETARY/ASSISTANT

Order Number: WA2103236

**Employer requests cover letter, resume accurately reflecting requirements and references to be emailed directly to the employer**

A Downtown general / civil litigation law firm is hiring a LEGAL SECRETARY/ASSISTANT. Duties include; client contact, transcription, reception via phone and in person, answering 3 line phone system, filing, trust accounts, filing pleading at court house and other duties as assigned.

SALARY / WAGE / BENEFITS:

$12.00 per hour or more depending on experience. Employer contributes to parking and benefits.

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

Monday through Friday, days. Hours to be discussed at the time of interview.

 

Job Title: ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, BUILDING AND GROUNDS DEPARTMENT

Order Number: WA2102955

**Employer requests resume and cover letter accurately reflecting job requirements to email directly to employer**

A local Spokane Funeral company has an immediate opening for an Assistant Supervisor, Building and Grounds Department. Duties will be supervising and coordinating activities of workers engaged in maintaining facilities and grounds. You will direct the preparation of interment sites. Assign work schedules, define work procedures and monitor working conditions and equipment sites. Inspect completed work for conformance to standards, and maintain time and production records. Must have at least a (2) two year degree in turf management, horticulture field, or an equivalent level of experience. Must have (2) two years previous management experience, or (5) five years of experience in grounds maintenance, water systems and mechanical systems. Will perform other duties as assigned.

SALARY / WAGE / BENEFITS:

$40,000.00 - $45,000.00 per year, Cell Phone reimbursement, Medical, Dental, Vision, Sick Leave, Paid Holidays, Vacation, 401K, Education assistance.

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

7:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Monday through Friday.

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