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UPDATED Job Postings From Worksource Spokane

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Job Title: CUSTOMER SERVICE REP 1

Order Number: WA2136496    

JOB DESCRIPTION:</b>

***Employer requests electronic resume accurately reflecting job requirements and to be prepared to complete employer on line application in order to apply***

A staffing partner to one of the Nation`s premier companies that specializes in the banking / mortgage industry is currently searching for (CSR I) Customer Service Representative I. This opportunity is ideal for those that have excellent customer service experience in a retail environment. This job is designated for use during periods when business conditions demand increased operational capacity.CSR will assist customers with questions or issues regarding their accounts via phone and/or correspondence.

 Training for this position begins on February 14, 2011 in Spokane for four weeks with four weeks on the job mentor training.

<b>SALARY/WAGE/BENEFITS:</b>

$11.20 /HR Benefits to be discussed upon hire.

 

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

Flexible to work various days and hours for eight (8) hour shift Sunday through Saturday 4:00 a.m. through 9:00 p.m.

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Job Title: ENTRY LEVEL RADIO ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE (OUTSIDE SALES)

Order Number: WA2135730

JOB DESCRIPTION:</b>

*Employer requests resume and cover letter accurately reflecting requirements to apply*
A local radio station group is recruiting for an Entry Level Radio Account Executive (Outside Sales). Candidate will build a customer base by prospecting, making calls and setting appointments. Qualified Candidates needs some outside sales experience. College Degree is desired but not required. Qualified candidate must have excellent communication skills both verbal and written. You must be able to work independently and in a group setting. Valid driver`s license, dependable vehicle, vehicle insurance and good driving record are required.

<b>SALARY/WAGE/BENEFITS:</b>

Commissionable Sales Position.

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. Some after hours or weekends may be required based on client availability.

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Job Title: CASE MANAGER P/T

Order Number: WA2136533

JOB DESCRIPTION:</b>

***EMPLOYER REQUESTS RESUME AND THREE REFERENCES IN ORDER TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION*** Nonprofit seeking a part time Shelter Operations Specialist to assist in day to day operations of the Family Emergency Shelter.   Answers and directs calls for the agency. Screens and refers participants to appropriate services. Places new participants into units. Assists participants with monthly food bank shopping in the food pantry. Performs random unit checks. Issues "write ups" to participants for non compliance. Trains new staff, maintains records and files by following procedures for retention, protection, retrieval, transfer and disposal of records. Distributes notices and new information to staff and participants. Networks with other agency programs and community resources. Assists with seasonal/special  agency events. Picks up Second Harvest Orders, donations and other supplies as needed. Maintains the cleanliness of the common areas and offices. Assists participants with maintenance requests. Sets case management appointments. Monitors the security of the building. Must be on call for shifts and Center activations as needed.

 

<b>SALARY/WAGE/BENEFITS:</b>

Part time $11.00/HR Benefits to be discussed at hire.

 

HOURS / DAYS / SCHEDULE:

29 hours per week including some weekend day hours. Details to be discussed at the interview.

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