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Regional Transit Administrator Regional Transit Administrator - New Bedford 03/28/11
VAN DRIVER VAN DRIVER - Uxbridge 03/16/11
Business Analyst II Business Analyst II - Waltham 03/15/11
Technical Manager Technical Manager - Waltham 03/15/11
Technical Manager Technical Manager - Waltham 03/08/11
Business Analyst II Business Analyst II - Waltham 03/08/11
Principal Principal - West Bridgewater 02/08/11
Sales Position Sales Position - Spencer 02/07/11
Sales Sales - Spencer 02/07/11
MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE - Springfield 01/26/11
Highway Supervisor Highway Supervisor - Uxbridge 01/26/11
Instructor Instructor - Oxford 01/18/11
Maintenance Personnel Maintenance Personnel - Lynn 01/10/11
Senior Software Developer Senior Software Developer - Cambridge 12/29/10
Management Analyst Management Analyst - Cambridge 12/14/10
Programmer Analyst Programmer Analyst - Stoughton 12/02/10
Programmer Analyst Programmer Analyst - Stoughton 12/02/10
Administrative Services Coordinator Administrative Services Coordinator - Lowell 12/02/10
Family Support Specialist Family Support Specialist - Lowell 11/15/10
Senior Service Coordinator Senior Service Coordinator - Worcester 10/26/10
Senior Service Coordinator Senior Service Coordinator - Worcester 10/18/10
Primary Care Physician Primary Care Physician - Lynn 10/13/10
Sr. Quality Assurance Engineer Sr. Quality Assurance Engineer - Burlington 10/04/10
MSHS .5 ART TEACHER MSHS .5 ART TEACHER - West Bridgewater 09/14/10
HAIR STYLIST HAIR STYLIST - Springfield 08/31/10
Primary Care Physician Primary Care Physician - Lynn 08/24/10
Primary Care Physician Primary Care Physician - Lynn 08/17/10
Air Sealing Tech Air Sealing Tech - Pittsfield 08/17/10
Police Officer Police Officer - Pepperell 08/17/10
Deconstruction Supervisor Deconstruction Supervisor - Pittsfield 08/03/10
Elementary Music Teacher Elementary Music Teacher - West Bridgewater 07/27/10
Water System Operator Water System Operator - Palmer 07/14/10
MECHANIC MECHANIC - Spfld 07/08/10
RNs RNs - East Longmeadow 07/07/10
Elementary Teachers 06/29/10
Line Cook Line Cook - Agawam 06/29/10
GRADE 4 TEACHER GRADE 4 TEACHER - West Bridgewater 06/22/10

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ACF Sr Credit Analyst I - Boston, MA
Details: BASIC FUNCTION The Senior Credit Analyst is responsible for researching and analyzing credit risks, assessing credit history and approving or denying extension of credit to potential customers. This team member has contact with other company departments, as well as automobile dealers and other finance and credit sources. JOB DUTIES Analyze credit data to determine the degree of risk involved in extending credit. Make decisions to approve or deny the extension of credit within set credit authority established by senior management and state/federal laws. Develop sufficient dealer relationships that ensure volume objectives and credit quality. Capture automotive finance contracts that meet GM Financial profitability criteria for pricing and performance. Ensure compliance with applicable policies and procedures. Ensure branch office cooperation with other departments, to maximize efficiency within the company. Ensure all queues are worked to acceptable service levels. Conduct joint dealer calls with Dealer Relationship Manager (DRM) on an as needed basis. Perform outbound telemarketing calls to the dealer customer. Establish and track monthly goals for assigned dealers. Ensure proper documentation is received on all deals. May provide training or assistance to lower level Credit Analysts. OTHER IMPORTANT DUTIES Perform related duties as needed. REPORTING RELATIONSHIP Reports to: Regional Credit Manager Subordinates: None QUALIFICATIONS Knowledge Advanced knowledge of indirect retail auto financing and other facets of consumer credit, including knowledge of credit laws and regulations. Advanced knowledge of the credit laws and regulations as well as the Company's credit policies. Skills Ability to effectively negotiate contract terms that help meet company objectives. Sales skills necessary to develop and maintain productive dealer relationships. Ability to independently evaluate and make consistent, quality credit decisions that produce acceptable ratios and returns for the company. Effective oral and written communication skills. Good analytical skills required. Strong work ethic. Superior customer relations skills. Experience Must have successfully completed the Credit Services Certification. Proven record and extensive background in consumer finance industry, including 2 years auto finance experience. High School Diploma or GED required. College degree with emphasis on marketing/finance preferred. Equivalent experience can be substituted for degree. WORK CONDITIONS High energy and fast paced office environment, subject to stressful situations. Must be available for weekend and after hours work. Additional Details Job Grade: N.18 #LI-JF1 How To Apply Amount of Travel Work At Home Requsition Type , ####Southborough, MA, US
AP Analyst Payments (Electronic Checks) - Alpharetta, GA
Details: Healthcare Business Jobs / Alpharetta, GA jobs at Halyard Health Accounts Payable Analyst - Payments (Electronic Checks) Req# 1500018I Halyard Health [NYSE: HYH] is a medical technology company focused on preventing infection, eliminating pain and speeding recovery for healthcare providers and their patients. Headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia, Halyard is committed to addressing some of today’s most important healthcare needs, such as preventing healthcare-associated infections and reducing the use of narcotics while helping patients move from surgery to recovery. Halyard’s business segments — Surgical and Infection Prevention and Medical Devices — develop, manufacture and market clinically superior solutions that improve medical outcomes and business performance in more than 100 countries. For more information, visit Purpose of the Position The Accounts Payable Analyst - Payments will be responsible for processing disbursements to vendors via check, EFT, ACH and wires. This position is expected to ensure all payments are processed according to vendor terms accurately and timely. Key Customers Principal Responsibilities --Responsible for disbursement processing (ACH, EFT, Checks, Wires). Distributes and mails checks. Process ACH/EFT payments through payment proposal in SAP and wires at bank automated system. --Manage the escheatable item process to minimize potential exposure --Manage all garnishment disbursements --Reviews and maintains current procedural documentation for the disbursement process. --Research and answer vendor and employee inquiries regarding payments and garnishments. --Assists with testing and implementing system upgrades and enhancements to the system. Ability to work with IT and outside consultants to assist in resolving system issues. --Review and research debit balance, refunds and returned checks and process adjustments accordingly. --Expedites rush and special payments as requested. --Liaison with internal/external auditors. --Special projects as required. --Backup to Virtual Card payment process
Accounts Payable Specialist
Details: Well established property management company in Laguna Hills is looking for experienced Accounts Payable person. Main responsibilities are high volume data entry of all invoices, communicating with the clients and vendors on a regular basis, and managing the timely processing of all payables. The position also requires continuous interaction with other members of A/P, A/R, General Ledger review and some collection work is possible. The primary responsibilities of the Accounts Payable job include: .Coding of invoice expense to the General Ledger. •Process high volume of invoices •Handle vendor disputes, researching, and following up to resolve issues •Scanning/Filing •Special projects as assigned
Accounts Receivable Clerk
Details: Title: Accounts Receivable Clerk Our client is looking for an individual for a direct hire Accounts Receivable Clerk job in Chicago, IL. The Accounts Receivable Clerk will be responsible for all the accounts receivable related administrative functions, including contacting delinquent customers to secure payment, assisting with printing and mailing of statements, reviewing account histories with customers, and posting payments, credit memos and adjustments. One year of accounts receivable experience is preferred. You must also have experience with Microsoft Excel. Accounts Receivable Clerk Job Responsibilities: • Monitor, manage outstanding receivables & payables • Place B2B collection calls • Maintain an accurate aging report • Protects organization's value by keeping information confidential • Assist in reconciling current backlog of unapplied cash • Experience adjusting account balances for bank fees and other variances • Updates receivables by totaling unpaid invoices • Issue credits as necessary Requirements: • Associate’s degree preferred • Great Plains experience a plus • Strong analytical skills • Advanced Excel knowledge • Clear communication skills are a must If you are interested in this direct hire Accounts Receivable Clerk job in Chicago, IL or other accounting opportunities then click “apply” below and apply online at
Administrative Assistant/Customer Support - Prior Experience Required at Balance Staffing (Andover, MA)
Experienced Administrative Assistant for busy sales office located in Andover. Assist the VP of Sales and 5 Sales Associates. Generate quotes, answer phones and provide customer service to clients and potential clients Qualified candidates...
Assistant Director 1
Details: We are currently seeking an Assistant Director for our child care center located on the campus of Nissan in Irvng. Apply now to inspire a team of early childhood professionals as an assistant director at a beautiful Bright Horizons center. Grow your leadership potential in partnership with the center director and benefit from professional training and development programs to enhance your career. Learn the many aspects of center management through hands-on leadership opportunities including reviewing emergent curriculum, organizing new classrooms, managing budgets and supporting the daily operations of the center. As an assistant director at Bright Horizons, you will: Motivate staff to maximize collaboration, retention and growth Collaborate with the center director to maintain the day to day operations of the center Partner with parents from enrollment to meeting the educational needs of their children Manage your time as you support multiple classrooms and staff Nurture your leadership skills and grow your career through various opportunities At Bright Horizons, we support our employees in their lives both at home and at work. We ensure a work environment in which each employee's chosen path is respected, rewarded, and celebrated. Bachelor's degree preferred High School Diploma/GED required Requires two to four years of professional teaching experience with infants, toddlers and preschoolers One year of prior supervisory experience, including classroom leadership responsibility or professional administration experience in a child care center Strong oral and written communication skills Excellent customer service skills An understanding of NAEYC accreditation and licensing standards Knowledge and ability to lead staff in implementation of developmentally appropriate curriculum Respond well to unusual or crisis situations Strong organizational skills Capacity to understand and manage center/school financial duties Computer literacy required Experience working in an inclusive work environment and managing across differences Additional center/school requirements may apply Must meet state requirements for education and additional center/school requirements may apply Bright Horizons is the world's leading provider of high quality child care, early education and work/life balance solutions. Consistently recognized by FORTUNE as one of the "100 Best Companies to Work For," our innovative centers and schools offer a respectful, rewarding and supportive environment within a fun, friendly and fast-paced workplace. At Bright Horizons, you'll discover an extraordinary opportunity to have the best of both worlds: the extensive training, resources, technologies, benefits and growth opportunities of an established world-class organization, as well as the caring spirit, tremendous creativity and passionate commitment of a mission driven program. When you join the Bright Horizons family, you'll become part of a culture that values unique differences and celebrates the diversity of our children, families, and employees while encouraging our team members reach their full potential.
Assistant Teacher
Details: Knowledge Universe (KU) Assistant Teachers bring warmth, patience, and understanding to the classroom every day, encouraging children to learn and grow. They inspire children to be lifelong learners using our nationally recognized curriculum that promotes social, physical, language, and cognitive development. They are committed to making their center successful and know that meaningful relationships with children, families, and their team are important to success. They are fully engaged and passionate about their work. Job Responsibilities and Essential Functions These are the basic expectations for Assistant Teachers. Of course, creative and new ways to meet or exceed expectations are encouraged, so long as the required essential functions are also met. Keep Children Safe Supervision Supervise children closely by keeping all children in sight and using Child Supervision Records properly. Health and Safety Keep your classroom clean and tidy. Be aware of your surroundings and take responsibility to report or fix unsafe conditions if you find them. Positive Child Guidance Use only positive child guidance techniques to instruct children. Licensing Familiarize yourself with and work within licensing regulations related to childcare in your location. Create an Unrivaled Education Experience Teaching Help implement KU’s curriculum in a way that is consistent to meet each child’s unique needs. Assessments Share classroom observations with Teachers and Lead Teachers to help complete assessments. Support Your Center’s Success Commitment Come to work on time and ready to give 100% every day. Cooperation Work encouragingly with your team to achieve the center’s goals. Accreditation Be aware of accreditation standards and actively demonstrate the “Observable Criteria” needed to gain or maintain accreditation. Center Tours Welcome and engage prospective families who come for a tour. Be ready to speak to the features and benefits of our programs. Mandatory Meetings Attend Professional Development Days, center staff meetings, and any other meetings outside of your regular schedule that are required by your Center Director. Embrace Ongoing Learning Service Values Learn KU’s Service Values and seek ways to integrate them into your daily work habits. Curriculum Continue to deepen your knowledge of KU’s curriculum and implement it in the classroom. Best Practices Incorporate early childhood education best practices learned through training and experience, and by working closely with Teachers and Lead Teachers. Technology Learn to use the technology and systems needed for your job, and be willing to learn new programs, applications, systems, or devices as things change. Be Responsive to Changing Needs Work Hours Work hours may vary to meet the needs of the children in our care and the center. You may need to work more or fewer hours than originally scheduled. Initiative After learning the job, you should be able to keep up on all your responsibilities without direct guidance. Anticipate classroom needs and follow through without prompting. Classroom Assignment You may need to “float” between classrooms to cover lunches, breaks, or ratio changes, or your classroom assignment may change. Other Duties Take on other center duties as needed to care for children, support your co-workers, and contribute to the center’s success.
Branch Manager/MLO - Northern Nevada Service Staff
Details: Oversees the operation of a branch office including service levels, loans, deposits, and a compliment of exempt and non-exempt personnel. Responsible for the expansion of existing business relationships, the development of new business and calling on both new and existing clients. Directs branch activities, maintains prescribed security measures and compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Extend credit to businesses and/or individuals through a wide variety of commercial, installment and/or real estate loans. Other duties as assigned.
Cashier Customer Service Associate- Hannaford at Food Lion (Waltham, MA)
Job Title: Cashier Department: Front End Essential Job Functions: 1.Greet all customers and provide them with prompt courteous service and assistance. 2.Record (scan) the purchases of a customer into the cash register efficiently and...
Cashier Full-Time Customer Service at Wegmans (Chestnut Hill, MA)
A glimpse at the job: We recognize how important it is to give customers the incredible service they deserve from the moment they enter the store until the final transaction takes place at checkout. If you enjoy interacting with people,...

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