JOB ALERT: Updated Job Postings From Worksource Spokane - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

JOB ALERT: Updated Job Postings From Worksource Spokane

WorkSource Spokane

130 S. Arthur Spokane, WA 99202

Contact Number (509) 532-3186

 Job Title: CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE

Order Number: WA2105175

*Employer requests electronic resume and cover letter accurately reflecting requirements to email directly to the employer, also state desired wages and preferred hours requirements*

A full service independent insurance agency is seeking a Customer Service Representative. The qualified applicant will be able to effectively communicate with clients and staff. Resolve customer needs in a professional and positive manner. Position involves incoming/outgoing calls and walk ins for policy changes, questions, quotes, account reviews, renewals and cross sales. Dynamic team member who is hard-working, fast-paced, multi-tasker for our customer service/agent position. Manage and service a book of personal and commercial lines business (small, mid or large accounts). Work with a principle producer(s) in handling all the inside service work associated with the client's program, including marketing, all endorsement activity, routine coverage questions, problem solving, renewal control, preparation of formal proposals, checking and booking policies.   

SALARY / WAGE / BENEFITS:

Salary depending on experience, plus commissions for licensed agent.

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

Monday through Friday, days.

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Meet the Employers

 

Come meet directly with local employers from the Liberty Lake area that will be sharing information about their company and any upcoming positions!

F5 Networks

Liberty Mutual

STCU

US Motion, Inc.

   

Doug Tweedy, Regional Labor Economist, will also be giving a presentation regarding the local outlook for job growth and what industries to watch. 

Wednesday, October 20th

3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.  

Liberty Lake Municipal Library

JCC Conference Room

 

Come meet with area employers!  Get information on jobs!  Listen to our Regional Labor Economist!

This Networking event is for you!  What do employers look for?  How do I apply?  What would a good resume look like for your company?  Are there opportunities to advance?  What is the economic outlook for this area?  What jobs will be available in the near future?  What are the industries to watch?

 

When:                Wednesday, Oct. 20, 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Where:                Liberty Lake Municipal Library Jobs & Career Center, 23123 E. Mission Avenue, Liberty Lake, WA 99019

RSVP:                509-232-2510 or pmogen@libertylakewa.gov.  Seating is limited. 

               

RENEW WASHINGTON

A project of the Washington State Library

 

Funds for the Jobs & Career Center were obtained through the Washington State Library's Renew Washington Grant, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Institute for Museum and Library Services.

In partnership with the Spokane Area Workforce Development Council

WorkSource is an equal-opportunity partnership of organizations that provide employment and training services.  Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to people with disabilities.  TDD/TTY 509-532-3084

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 Job Title: HEAVY DUTY TRUCK DRIVER - CDL A

Order Number: WA2107091

 *Employer requests electronic resume accurately reflecting requirements to email directly to the employer*

A regional employer, with immediate need, is recruiting for a Heavy Duty Truck Driver with a current CDL class A license to haul waste ash byproduct in a 20 foot container from the waste energy plant to the rail yard in Spokane. Will typically make up to 5 to 6 runs daily in a rig with a gross weight rating of 105,000 lbs. Will be working a rotating day shift, 4 days on with 2 days off including working weekends as required.  

 SALARY / WAGE / BENEFITS:

Will be paid $15.50 per round trip (25 miles) typically 5 to 6 runs daily.

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

Will work a rotating day shift, 4 days on and 2 days off per week, typically 5-6 hours a day.

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