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GRADE 4 TEACHER GRADE 4 TEACHER - West Bridgewater 06/22/10
Line Cook Line Cook - Agawam 06/21/10
Line Cook Line Cook - Agawam 06/21/10
Equipment Mechanic Equipment Mechanic - Somerville 06/14/10
Investment Analyst Investment Analyst - Boston 05/20/10
Service Technician Service Technician - Chicopee 05/19/10
MANAGER MANAGER - Fiskdale 05/17/10
Service Technician Service Technician - Chicopee 05/13/10
Turret Operator Turret Operator - Worcester 04/21/10
Service Coordinators Service Coordinators - Worcester 03/23/10
Mortgage Servicing Specialist Mortgage Servicing Specialist - Fitchburg 03/16/10
Oriental Chef Oriental Chef - Wellesley 03/09/10
R.N. R.N. - Chicopee 03/02/10
Programmer Analyst Programmer Analyst - Stoughton 02/16/10
Programmer Analyst Programmer Analyst - Stoughton 02/16/10
Housekeeping Aide Housekeeping Aide - Agawam 02/09/10
Capital Campaign Manager Capital Campaign Manager - Groton 02/03/10
Driver Driver - Worcester 01/27/10
Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher Emergency Telecommunications Dispatcher - South Hadley 12/16/09
Unit Manager - RN Unit Manager - RN - East Longmeadow 12/02/09
Senior Credit Analyst Senior Credit Analyst - West Springfield 12/02/09
Residential Site Manager Residential Site Manager - Springfield 10/15/09
Research Scientist Research Scientist - Carver 10/15/09
SALES PEOPLE SALES PEOPLE - Framingham 10/05/09
JANITOR JANITOR - Chicopee 10/05/09
Service Advisor Service Advisor - Shrewsbury 10/05/09
heavy truck mechanics heavy truck mechanics - Shrewsbury 10/05/09
Research Scientist Research Scientist - Carver 09/30/09
Bank Compliance Officer Bank Compliance Officer - Chicopee 09/16/09
Bank Compliance Officer Bank Compliance Officer - Chicopee 09/15/09
Market Research Analyst Market Research Analyst - Readville 09/15/09
Director of Special Education Director of Special Education - West Bridgewater 09/02/09
Hard of Hearing Outreach Personnel Hard of Hearing Outreach Personnel - Springfield 08/26/09
Finance Executive Finance Executive - Concord 08/19/09
MSHS PE/HEALTH MSHS PE/HEALTH - W. Bridgewater 08/19/09
RN/LPN/MA RN/LPN/MA - East Longmeadow 07/27/09
RN/LPN/MA RN/LPN/MA - East Longmeadow 06/29/09
Finance Executive Finance Executive - Concord 06/17/09

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AVP-Network Operations at Jeanne D'arc Credit Union (Lowell, MA)
Summary: This individual will be responsible for network administration activities related to IT infrastructure supporting the internal business operations. Oversees Server, SAN, Virtual, and workstations nodes, printer administration, and...
Accounts Payable Clerk 1 - Full Time (8hr)
Details: Position: Accounts Payable Clerk 1 – Full Time (8hr) Company: Community Medical Center Location: Fresno, CA Ba sed in Fresno, California, Community Medical Centers is the region's largest health care provider and private employer. We operate three hospitals – Community Regional Medical Center, Clovis Community Medical Center and Fresno Heart & Surgical Hospital – several long-term care, outpatient, other health care facilities and a physician residency program in conjunction with the University of California, San Francisco . Our growth has allowed for additional expansion of our services and we are looking for extraordinary individuals to join our team. If you are looking to make a difference in your profession and are seeking a successful career rather than just a job; then Community Medical Center is where you belong! JOB SUMMARY: Performs accounts payable daily functions such as scanning/routing and processing of invoices in an accurate and timely manner. Creates excel spreadsheets for analytical purposes when necessary. Works with Buyers, Managers and Accountants to post accurate information into the Lawson database using Ascend. ESSENTIAL ACCOUNTABILITIES: Processes invoices, leases, mortgages, rents and utilities in an accurate and timely manner to ensure that all discounts are properly taken. Assigns vendor number on invoices, verifies accuracy of vendors name, remittance address, terms of vendor dictionary before entering invoices into the system. Enters invoices for payment into the system, batches and runs tapes on invoices and stamps the date entered. Verifies the accuracy of account distribution. Transfers entered invoices from the M/M system to the A/P systems. Runs batch report and verifies data and edits any errors made before posting. Posts batch report after checking and correcting. Communicates with materials management staff, managers and supervisors to ensure invoices are processed appropriately. Matches printed checks with original invoices and obtains necessary signatures as needed. Researches and resolves disputed accounts payable invoices within prescribed time period and reconciles statements from vendors. Accrues sales tax on all taxable items that are purchased from out of the state and additional tax if tax rate is different from Fresno County.
Amazon Web Services - Software Developer at our Kendall Sq Dev Center at Amazon (Cambridge, MA)
Job Description Amazon Web Services is growing at warp speed and we have additional needs for our growing All Star team in our new development center located in Kendall Square, Cambridge, MA. Developers who enjoy building new and...
Assistant Director of Residential Financial Services
Details: Stony Brook University, home to many highly ranked graduate research programs, is located 60 miles from New York City on Long Island's scenic North Shore. Our 1,100-acre campus is home to 24,000 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students and more than 13,500 faculty and staff. The University is a member of the prestigious Association of American Universities and co-manager of nearby Brookhaven National Laboratory, a multidisciplinary research laboratory supporting world class scientific programs utilizing state-of-the-art facilities. Stony Brook Medicine is Suffolk County's only academic medical center and tertiary care provider. Many opportunities exist for collaborative research, and in some cases, joint appointments with BNL or with Medical School departments. Descriptive Title: Assistant Director of Residential Financial Services REF#: WC-S-9205-14-09-S Budget Title: Staff Associate State Professional Position Department: Campus Residences (Executive) State Line#: 45635 Grade: SL-4 Campus: Stony Brook West Campus/HSC Salary: $78, 000 - $92, 000 Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, or related field. Due to the varied demands of this position (For example: working successfully with all construction trades, service providers as well as attorneys, architects and corporate presidents), four years procurement experience is required. Experience with a computer based procurement system. Demonstrated experience with saving money, expanding the vendor base and positive vendor relations. Supervisory experience. Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work with a diverse population. Preferred Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Business Administration or related field. Additional procurement experience in a non-profit environment or large University setting. Experience with SciQuest. Experience with SUNY Accounting System (SMRT, SUNY 1, AES, PeopleSoft). Fundraising experience. Brief Description of Duties: The Assistant Director of Residential Financial Services serves as the lead procurement, payables and fund raising officer for the Division of Campus Residences, a self-supporting unit with an operating budget and annual revenues of approximately $70 million and a capital budget in excess of $200 million. The Division is responsible for housing approximately 10,000 students in 53 residence hall buildings. The ultimate goal of the Division as well as the Associate Director is to create and maintain a healthy and safe environment that is conducive to maximizing a resident student's ability to learn so they can reach their academic potential. The Assistant Director is intimately involved in all facets of the Division's mission including maximizing budget allocations during the procurement and accounting process, the recommendation, procurement and installation of all goods and services, the maintenance of all existing equipment and building infrastructure including the writing of service contract specifications, logistics including the timely delivery of services, equipment and supplies, the movement of allocation and expense to ensure accounting and expenditure requirements are met, fundraising including the research, cultivation and soliciting of support of Campus Residences initiatives that help support the entire University. Responsible for the purchasing and payables function for the Division of Campus Residences: On a day to day basis, manage more than 80 service contracts and blanket purchase orders to ensure the timely delivery of goods and services to the Division. Consult with administrative staff as well as a variety of different offices on campus to determine and implement effective purchasing for residential operational support, capital construction/equipment replacement needs, and warehouse support. This includes the development of bid specifications for contracted services and commodities, negotiate final terms and conditions including final cost and length of each contract. Have a working knowledge of building mechanicals including but not limited to HVAC, elevator maintenance and repair etc. in order to assist in the writing of specifications for services. Develop a request for proposal and execution of contracts by possessing knowledge of State Finance Law in order to prepare specifications that will pass inspection by the Office of the Attorney General and the Office of the State Comptroller. Responsible for the timely payment of more than 2,500 vendor invoices yearly ensuring compliance with contractual terms and conditions and eliminating potential fraud on the part of the Divisions vendors. This includes the reconciliation of invoices/payments being received and applied in the appropriate fiscal year to include the lapsing period. Identify specific needs and develop/execute bid specifications for: Current and newly required services and commodities ensuring compliance with State Finance Law, Research Foundation and Dormitory Authority of the State of New York guidelines. Develop and institute programs to support purchases from minority and women owned businesses and preferred sources. Develop procurement and negotiation strategies with service and commodity vendors to maximize benefit to the Division and the campus as a whole. Develop and implement the Division’s purchasing policies and procedures: This includes initiating and developing bid specifications, developing and recommending contracts, and planning and developing strategies for and makes decisions regarding the purchase of residential furnishing, fixtures and equipment utilizing the annual Capital Construction Project allocation. Implementation and development of policy for accounts payable to ensure that invoices are paid in a timely manner to avoid late payment interest charges. Maintenance of all records/receipts to assist with any future inquiry and/or audit. Consultation on the development of departmental policy and procedures as it relates to the Warehouse section of Campus Residences. Develop and set new policies and procedures for the utilization of the Capital Construction Project Budget: To ensure the funding is maximized to assist in maintaining a healthy and safe environment for all resident students. This responsibility requires an increase and diversification of work load, accurate fiscal analysis, report and specification writing, budget projections, logistical planning and a basic understanding of building systems, machinery and architecture. Review and recommend purchases of all equipment, services and supplies: This includes counseling and advising the departments within Campus Residences to ensure all budgets are maximized, conducts pre-bid meetings and walk-throughs, conduct focus groups and meetings within the Division, Student Affairs and students to ensure the needs of all interested parties are met. Expedite purchase orders for services and commodities ensuring the Divisions logistical needs are met for renovations and new building construction. Logistics involves negotiations with vendors and or last minute commodity substitutions to ensure Campus Residences needs are met and buildings open on schedule. During this time of expansion coupled with continual budget restraint, budgets must be optimized and expenses minimized while increasing the speed and quality of services rendered due to condensed renovation time schedules. Capital Construction Project and Operating Budget management to include: Supporting the maintenance and repair of building components, infrastructure and grounds by consulting with Operations staff and vendors on a daily basis and recommending strategies to lower costs and increase services. During new construction as well as in existing buildings, conduct construction site visits in order to recommend, procure and have installed to the Divisions satisfaction all flooring including carpet, vinyl composite tile and epoxy, window coverings including drapery, vertical, horizontal blinds and shades, furniture including fixed, outdoor, student room and public space, appliances including electric stoves, cook tops, refrigerators and microwave ovens. This involves prioritization, research and technical consultation with Dormitory Authority of the State of NY, Campus Planning, Design & Construction, Architectural and Engineering Consultants, Construction Managers, Procurement Personnel, SUNY Personnel, SUNY Construction Fund. Administrative Budget Management: Manage the division-wide OTPS budget of approximately $25 million allocated to 70 accounts ensuring the division’s OTPS requirements, goals, projections and contingencies are met. Develop new construction budgets as it concerns furniture, fixtures and equipment and assist in the development of renovation OTPS budgets in excess of $4.0 million. Determine and process OTPS allocation transfers and journal transfers of expense to ensure proper accounting and allocation requirements. Over ride account negatives when required and determine a course of action to make each negative account whole. Ensure the authenticity of every expenditure to make certain it complies with State Finance Law and existing practice. Make recommendations to eliminate the potential for fraud and malfeasance. Attend weekly Lapsing Funds Committee meetings during this time period (June - September) to ensure expenditures are recorded in the appropriate fiscal year. Supervision of day to day activity to include: Consultation, training, supervising all assigned employees. Prepare departmental budgets/schedules and provide adhoc reports. Oversee the daily operations of Purchasing for the entire Division which includes 53 buildings that house approximately 10,000 students and has an operating budget of almost $70 million and a capital budget over $200 million. Participate in staff meetings, attend conferences and join departmental as well as campus-wide committees. Quality Improvement Programs to enhance the residential experience: Participate and develop programs that are consistent with the Division’s mission to provide facilities that clean, safe and comfortable (Quality Assurance Team – QAT and Planning Team). Identify, research, cultivate and solicit established and prospective donors on behalf of Campus Residences for the Shirley Strum Kenny Arts Festival Endowment Fund: Meet with and maintain a portfolio of established donors in order to maximize existing relationships. Maintain written communication with existing beneficiaries. Develop and conduct new solicitations to grow the existing portfolio of beneficiaries. All other duties as assigned Special Notes: This is a full time appointment. FLSA Exempt position, not eligible for the overtime provisions of the FLSA. Internal and external search to occur simultaneously. The selected candidate must successfully clear a background investigation. Application Procedure: Those interested in this position should submit a State employment application , cover letter and resume to: Chris Harrison Assistant Director of Campus Residences Information Systems (9205) Search Campus Residences Mendelsohn Quad Stony Brook University Stony Brook, NY 11794-4444 Applications for this position must be received, as specified in the Application Procedure Section, no later than 5:00 PM Eastern Time on 10/03/2014, unless specifically noted otherwise in the Special Notes Section. STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION/EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. WE ENCOURAGE PROTECTED VETERANS, INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES, WOMEN AND MINORITIES TO APPLY. IF YOU NEED A DISABILITY-RELATED ACCOMMODATION, PLEASE CALL THE UNIVERSITY HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES DEPARTMENT AT (631) 632-6161 OR THE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT (631) 444-4700. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE TITLE II CRIME AWARENESS AND SECURITY ACT, A COPY OF OUR CRIME STATISTICS IS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST BY CALLING (631) 632-6350. IT CAN ALSO BE VIEWED ON-LINE AT THE UNIVERSITY POLICE WEBSITE AT PI85099834
Assistant Front Office Manager at Hotel Minneapolis (Waltham, MA)
The Embassy Suites Boston/Waltham is a premier, all-suite hotel located in the heart of suburban Boston's corporate centers. Our full service, luxurious Waltham hotel is ideally located off I95/Route 128, 10 minutes from the Massachusetts...
Associate Attorney
Details: Kuhlman & Lucas is a Kansas City, Missouri plaintiff’s personal injury and product liability firm seeking a litigation associate to join its growing practice. Ideal candidates will have 2 to 5 years litigation experience. Missouri license is required and Kansas license is a plus. Candidates must submit a cover letter, resume and at least one recent writing sample in order to be considered.
BI Developer
Details: Join the Leader in the Call Center Business! Trusted by leading Fortune 500 and government agency clients, Alorica is an innovator in outsourced Contact Management Solutions for both the Business-to-Business (B2B) and Business-to-Consumer (B2C) sectors. Alorica offers a wide range of call center services designed to help create, cultivate and maintain our customer’s precious asset— their customer relationships. Alorica allows you to explore a range of fascinating industries and proudly represent some of the world’s leading brands. Senior BI Developer Duties include: • Collaborate with systems analyst and other support groups to design, implement and support the reporting needs of the business customers • Performs necessary investigation, analysis and evaluation to determine task feasibility. • Develops cost and benefit estimates to establish feasibility and timelines. • Performs routine duties independently. • Handle multiple tasks and clients at one time in a fast paced environment. • Communicates effectively the design and the solution. • Must be able to debug and identify issues with reporting and data. • Demonstrate ability to determine trends and communicate critical problems with recommended resolution. • Must understand and follow the SDLC and IT business process. • Communication Skills: Must be clear and concise in written and oral communications. • Mentoring: Must be receptive to seniors when being mentored and in turn assist in the mentoring of junior team members. • Meet or exceed departmental metrics as established over time. • Any other duties as assigned by management.
Benefits & Payroll Coordinator
Details: Our fast-paced, national staffing firm is seeking an experienced employee benefits coordinator to assist both the Human Resources and Accounting Departments. The successful candidate will have experience implementing and maintaining a complete Employee Benefits program, to include insurance (both private and ACA), incentives, sick leave, PTO, HSA and 401k programs. Duties will include conducting benefit orientations, enrolling employees, acting as the primary point of contact for employee benefit questions or concerns, processing unemployment claims and auditing and reconciling weekly payroll deductions. In addition, the candidate will assist with other payroll duties as required.
Business and Industry Specialist at United States Department of the Air Force (Natick, MA)
The mission of the United States Air Force is to fly, fight and win in air, space and cyberspace. To achieve that mission, the Air Force has a vision of Global Vigilance, Reach and Power. That vision orbits around three core competencies:...
Caregiver Home Care Aide Hourly Live-In CNA
Details: CAREGIVERS HOME CARE AIDES HOURLY & LIVE-IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY For work assignments in Rancho Bernardo, El Cajon, Santee, Lemon Grove, Mira Mesa, Chula Vista, Escondido, Vista, Oceanside, Point Loma For more than 34 years, the Accredited Family of Home Care Services has been a proud community partner and trusted home care provider. The caregiver employees of Accredited Home Care enjoy flexible work assignments and competitive earnings. We have an immediate need for experienced, compassionate and skilled LIVE-IN CAREGIVERS and HOURLY HOME CARE AIDES to provide non-medical personal care, meal preparation, light housekeeping and companionship to our home care clients -- disabled, elderly and homebound individuals who reside throughout San Diego County. If you have compassion for those in need of assistance, along with verifiable employment experience providing client care with an agency or in a hospital or nursing facility, then we'd like to hear from you. Nursing students pursuing RN or LVN license are also welcome to apply. Bilingual (Spanish, Tagalog, Farsi, Mandarin, Cantonese) is a definite plus! Please note the additional requirements listed below. To learn more about Accredited, the services we provide and the areas we serve, please visit . Accredited is an equal opportunity employer.

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