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Hospital Housekeeping Systems LLC
Somerset,KY Hospitality - Food Services
General Summary: Responsible for coordinating activities of and directs training of cooks and food production staff engaged in preparing and cooking foods to ensure a safe, efficient and profitable food service. We believe in promoting from within, and we are seeking professionals with the drive to make a difference. Take a hospitality-focused approach to everything they do Have a positive and proactive attitude Be engaged with hospital leaders and behave as a member of their team Strive to motivate and encourage team members each and every day Strive to embody our company-wide commitment to service excellence Identify potential problems and address them head on Lead by example; we do "above and beyond" every single day Responsibilities: Maintains friendly, efficient, positive attitude towards customers, co-workers and clients. Plans or participates in planning menus and utilization of food surpluses and leftovers, taking into account probable number of guests, marketing conditions, popularity of various dishes and menu cycle. Estimates food consumption and purchases. Requisitions foodstuffs and kitchen supplies. Participates in weekly inventory of foodstuffs and kitchen supplies. Responsible for adhering to fiscal and budgetary food operational plans. Reviews menus, analyzes recipes and determines food items for menu production. Supervises production personnel and coordinates their assignments to ensure economical and timely food production. Observes methods of food preparation and cooking, sizes of portions and garnishing of foods to ensure food is prepared in a safe and nutritious manner. Tests cooked foods as needed to meet standards. Trains newly hired cooks and food production workers with practices of the kitchen Establishes and enforces safety , sanitation and proper food handling standards for kitchen. Maintains established systems and training programs to provide a safe working environment. Complies with OSHA regulations and other local, state and federal regulations. Recognizes and adopts the appropriate menus and recipes to the specific needs of the patient/resident population and demonstrates knowledge of specific issues directly related to age of patient/resident population. Assists with recommendations and maintains a proactive human resource function to ensure employee motivation, training and development, wage/benefit administration and compliance with labor regulations and personnel policies and procedures. Maintains compliance with HHS standards of operation, client contract and within HHS policies. Maintains all records and reports necessary to comply with HHS, government and accrediting agency standards, regulations and codes. Maintains compliance with all requirements of Federal, State and local regulations and guidelines HHS is one of the largest privately owned support service providers in the United States. We were founded in 1975, and started out by providing one hospital in Texas with housekeeping services. Since then, our company has grown in every way possible. Today, we employ more than 16,000 people in more than 30 states, as well as internationally, and provide a wide range of services in the healthcare, resort, senior living, government, and aviation industries. As a growing company, we are always looking for dedicated and quality-driven people who are ready to grow alongside us. To learn more about who we are and the services we provide, visit hhs1.com . Our People HHS has achieved success by hiring world-class individuals. We are looking for professionals with exceptional customer service skills to manage day-to-day operations in partner businesses across the US & growing world locations (currently beginning in Canada, South America, & Japan). HHS Culinary Services HHS Culinary began as a solution for HHS partners seeking restaurant-quality dining programs in the healthcare setting. We understand the critical role nourishment plays in the healing process, and we pride ourselves on our ability to develop unique, locally-sourced, regionally appropriate menus for each partner we serve-healthy menus that entice patients, guests and team members alike, and help support the healing process. Benefits and Compensation Our company is a great place to work; we offer paid vacations, paid sick days, full benefits, exceptional compensation packages, and the opportunity for advancement. Increasing compensation and advancing your career will only be limited by your performance. We give you the tools you need to grow, and YOU control your destiny! Click APPLY and come join OUR TEAM! The Essential Functions Test (EFT) At HHS, we know that people drive our success. We need team members with a positive attitude who are committed to teamwork, compassionate patient care, and top-notch quality service. What's more, we need team members who can perform the essential physical functions of the job. To make sure our team members can in fact perform those functions specifically related to their job duties with HHS, they must PASS 100% of the HHS Essential Functions Test (EFT). During the EFT, individuals will be expected to perform a series of controlled lifts and movements that replicate the tasks performed as part of their employment. The EFT helps HHS determine whether potential team members have the physical abilities required to perform their job. HHS is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and is committed to workplace diversity. Thank you for your interest in HOSPITAL HOUSEKEEPING SYSTEMS, LLC. Our records indicate that you have already submitted an application for employment. Should your prior experience match our business needs, you will be contacted by a representative of our company.

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Hospital Housekeeping Systems
Somerset,KY Hospitality - Food Services
HHS is one of the largest privately owned support service providers in the United States. We were founded in 1975, and started out by providing one hospital in Texas with housekeeping services. Since then, our company has grown in every way possible. Today, we employ more than 16,000 people in more than 30 states, as well as internationally, and provide a wide range of services in the healthcare, resort, senior living, government, and aviation industries. As a growing company, we are always looking for dedicated and quality-driven people who are ready to grow alongside us. To learn more about who we are and the services we provide, visit hhs1.com.Our PeopleHHS has achieved success by hiring world-class individuals. We are looking for professionals with exceptional customer service skills to manage day-to-day operations in partner businesses across the US & growing world locations (currently beginning in Canada, South America, & Japan).HHS Culinary ServicesHHS Culinary began as a solution for HHS partners seeking restaurant-quality dining programs in the healthcare setting. We understand the critical role nourishment plays in the healing process, and we pride ourselves on our ability to develop unique, locally-sourced, regionally appropriate menus for each partner we serve-healthy menus that entice patients, guests and team members alike, and help support the healing process.Benefits and CompensationOur company is a great place to work; we offer paid vacations, paid sick days, full benefits, exceptional compensation packages, and the opportunity for advancement. Increasing compensation and advancing your career will only be limited by your performance. We give you the tools you need to grow, and YOU control your destiny!Click APPLY and come join OUR TEAM!The Essential Functions Test (EFT)* At HHS, we know that people drive our success. We need team members with a positive attitude who are committed to teamwork, compassionate patient care, and top-notch quality service. What's more, we need team members who can perform the essential physical functions of the job.* To make sure our team members can in fact perform those functions specifically related to their job duties with HHS, they must PASS 100% of the HHS Essential Functions Test (EFT). During the EFT, individuals will be expected to perform a series of controlled lifts and movements that replicate the tasks performed as part of their employment.* The EFT helps HHS determine whether potential team members have the physical abilities required to perform their job.HHS is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and is committed to workplace diversity.General Summary: Responsible for coordinating activities of and directs training of cooks and food production staff engaged in preparing and cooking foods to ensure a safe, efficient and profitable food service.We believe in promoting from within, and we are seeking professionals with the drive to make a difference.* Take a hospitality-focused approach to everything they do* Have a positive and proactive attitude* Be engaged with hospital leaders and behave as a member of their team* Strive to motivate and encourage team members each and every day* Strive to embody our company-wide commitment to service excellence* Identify potential problems and address them head on* Lead by example; we do "above and beyond" every single dayResponsibilities:* Maintains friendly, efficient, positive attitude towards customers, co-workers and clients.* Plans or participates in planning menus and utilization of food surpluses and leftovers, taking into account probable number of guests, marketing conditions, popularity of various dishes and menu cycle.* Estimates food consumption and purchases. Requisitions foodstuffs and kitchen supplies. Participates in weekly inventory of foodstuffs and kitchen supplies.* Responsible for adhering to fiscal and budgetary food operational plans.* Reviews menus, analyzes recipes and determines food items for menu production.* Supervises production personnel and coordinates their assignments to ensure economical and timely food production.* Observes methods of food preparation and cooking, sizes of portions and garnishing of foods to ensure food is prepared in a safe and nutritious manner. Tests cooked foods as needed to meet standards.* Trains newly hired cooks and food production workers with practices of the kitchen* Establishes and enforces safety, sanitation and proper food handling standards for kitchen.* Maintains established systems and training programs to provide a safe working environment. Complies with OSHA regulations and other local, state and federal regulations.* Recognizes and adopts the appropriate menus and recipes to the specific needs of the patient/resident population and demonstrates knowledge of specific issues directly related to age of patient/resident population.* Assists with recommendations and maintains a proactive human resource function to ensure employee motivation, training and development, wage/benefit administration and compliance with labor regulations and personnel policies and procedures.* Maintains compliance with HHS standards of operation, client contract and within HHS policies. Maintains all records and reports necessary to comply with HHS, government and accrediting agency standards, regulations and codes.* Maintains compliance with all requirements of Federal, State and local regulations and guidelines* Position requires a high school education or general education degree (GED) plus a minimum of 5 years' prior experience or Associate's degree or equivalent from 2-year college in Culinary, Hotel/Restaurant or Food Service related area of study plus 2 years' prior experience.* Ability to communicate (both verbal and written) effectively with clients, customers of client and support staff.* Ability to write letters, summaries and reports, using prescribed format and conform to all rules of punctuation, grammar, diction and style.* Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, patients/residents and the general public.* Ability to work with mathematical concepts such as probability and statistics.* Ability to apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions to practical situations.* Requires management and leadership skills in addition to good planning and organizational skills.* Position requires the ability to work with confidential employee, client and HHS information.* Uses the five fundamentals of AIDET communication.* Required to abide by all regulations set under the Hazardous Analysis of Critical Control Point (HACCP) standards to ensure proper food handling.* Must comprehend and ensure all Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) policies are followed in regards to patient information.* Performs all other related duties.

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HomeAdvisor
London,KY Miscellaneous

Please note that this is not an offer of employment.

Over 45 million homeowners have trusted HomeAdvisor to help them find quality roofing professionals with the expertise to turn their home improvement dreams into reality. Here are just a couple reasons you can depend on us to bring you highly targeted prospects that will grow your roofing business:

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DoorDash
Gray,KY Trucking

No passengers. No bosses. Just you, your tunes, and the road. Sign up now and start making money!

Choose your wheels and deliver food and other items from local merchants to hungry customers.

* Be your own boss. Work when you want, wherever you want
* Earn up to $18/hr, including 100% of the tips
* Work in the morning, at night, or any time in between
* Use any car, bike, scooter, motorcycle or moped to deliver

Start today and be your own boss. Get on the road today.

Car, Motorcycle, and Moped Requirements:
* iPhone or Android smartphone
* Valid Driver's License and insurance
* 18+ years of age
* 1+ years of driving experience

Bike Requirements:
* iPhone or Android smartphone
* 18+ years of age

About us:
DoorDash is a technology company that connects customers with local businesses. Customers order meals and other items from their favorite local merchants and Dashers deliver it directly to their doors. Dashers are third party contractors who deliver for merchants to customers.

*Dashers are paid on a per delivery basis, not per hour.


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HealthCare Traveler Jobs
London,KY Healthcare - Allied Health

Nationwide Travel & Locum Therapist Jobs - Speech Language Pathologist

Are you looking for a new therapist job? Would you like to spend the season somewhere you've never been? Hospitals, Clinics, Outpatient, Schools and Rehab Facilities nationwide are looking for qualified Speech Language Pathologist for their short term locum travel assignments. With the HCEN Network of staffing agencies, therapist like you receive competitive job offers from the nation's top healthcare employers every day!

The HealthCare Employment Network works with agencies and facilities nationwide offering:

  • Flexible assignment lengths (8, 13, & 16 week contracts)
  • Excellent compensation and benefits
  • ASAP starts available

Veteran Traveler or researching your first assignment options, You are in the right place.

Tired of always being asked to complete a lengthy application?

Why complete multiple applications just to get information before you know if there is something you are interested in?

Since 2010 HCEN has used its 5 decades of Traveling as HealthCare Professional & Staffing Agency owners to better serve those interested in being a "Traveler"

Over 21,000 HealthCare Professionals have utilized this form in the last 2 years and saved themselves hours of research.

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with one free, quick & short "More Information Request"

Critical Need Speech Language Pathologist Travel & Locum Assignment:

Please complete the HCEN Short Form and it will be sent over to the HCEN Network of recruiters for follow-up with you. That perfect job or travel assignment is that close

  • Speech Language Pathologist Certification / Licensure in the state of practice.
  • Minimum of two years recent experience as a Speech Language Pathologist working in the USA.
  • BLS
  • No sponsorships available
  • No flagged or under investigation certification / licenses.

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ASSURANCE Independent Agents
London,KY Telecommuting/Work-At-Home
If you've sold Medicare, Life, or Auto Insurance before, you'll want to consider this unique sales opportunity.

Join the revolutionary ASSURANCE platform and uncap your earnings on the industry s best work from home Medicare sales platform, selling Medicare Advantage, Supplement, and Prescription Drug plans to inbound, in-market shoppers.

We're offering a $1,600 sign-on bonus until August 31st, looking for experienced insurance agents to join our platform to sell Medicare. Spots are filling up fast! COVID-19 is changing the way all Medicare is sold, but Assurance was built from the ground up as a next-generation solution for times like these.

For a limited time, we're also offering an up to $1,600 sign-up bonus opportunity:

  • $100 after you complete your self-guided, online training Level 1
  • $1,000 after you switch a carrier appointment to ASSURANCE
  • $500 for achieving the "Ready to Sell" status with 5 carriers

Join the ASSURANCE platform, and take advantage of:

  • 100% remote; you log in when you re ready to sell.
  • Assurance pays both commissions and production bonuses. There are no caps on how much you can make, and many ASSURANCE agents earn over $80,000 annually in compensation.
  • Free calls via inbound shoppers generated from ASSURANCE-owned and operated websites, television commercials, and direct mail. Our Guides prospect calls and transfer interested and qualified prospect to you.
  • Access to our proprietary billion-dollar software platform at no cost to you. The platform has all the tools to empower you to succeed!
  • Contract with leading national carriers such as Humana, Aetna, UnitedHealthcare, and more.

You are in total control as you work remotely from the comfort of your home or office. Calls are always flowing on the ASSURANCE platform; when you log in you are put in front of interested consumers ready to talk to you. You re not spending time prospecting and appointment setting, buying your own leads to dial, or sitting in a call center for 8 hours per day waiting for the phone to ring. You are your own boss and you re surrounded online by other top performers just like you.

The Assurance system has eliminated industry inefficiencies and will provide you with free training & scripting, back office accounting & customer service, tech support, recommendation and quoting engines, and custom analytics on your performance. Now you see why we were called the Uber of insurance when we were acquired by Prudential Financial (NYSE: PRU) for $3.5B in 2019.

Requirements to access ASSURANCE Medicare platform as 1 of 500 elite producers:

  • AHIP certification
  • 1+ insurance state licenses
  • High-speed Internet, reliable computer, and headset with microphone
  • History of compliant insurance sales practice

Job Types: Contract, Commission


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ASSURANCE Independent Agents
London,KY Financial Services - Insurance
If you've sold Medicare, Life, or Auto Insurance before, you'll want to consider this unique sales opportunity.

Join the revolutionary ASSURANCE platform and uncap your earnings on the industry s best work from home Medicare sales platform, selling Medicare Advantage, Supplement, and Prescription Drug plans to inbound, in-market shoppers.

We're offering a $1,600 sign-on bonus until August 31st, looking for experienced insurance agents to join our platform to sell Medicare. Spots are filling up fast! COVID-19 is changing the way all Medicare is sold, but Assurance was built from the ground up as a next-generation solution for times like these.

For a limited time, we're also offering an up to $1,600 sign-up bonus opportunity:

  • $100 after you complete your self-guided, online training Level 1
  • $1,000 after you switch a carrier appointment to ASSURANCE
  • $500 for achieving the "Ready to Sell" status with 5 carriers

Join the ASSURANCE platform, and take advantage of:

  • 100% remote; you log in when you re ready to sell.
  • Assurance pays both commissions and production bonuses. There are no caps on how much you can make, and many ASSURANCE agents earn over $80,000 annually in compensation.
  • Free calls via inbound shoppers generated from ASSURANCE-owned and operated websites, television commercials, and direct mail. Our Guides prospect calls and transfer interested and qualified prospect to you.
  • Access to our proprietary billion-dollar software platform at no cost to you. The platform has all the tools to empower you to succeed!
  • Contract with leading national carriers such as Humana, Aetna, UnitedHealthcare, and more.

You are in total control as you work remotely from the comfort of your home or office. Calls are always flowing on the ASSURANCE platform; when you log in you are put in front of interested consumers ready to talk to you. You re not spending time prospecting and appointment setting, buying your own leads to dial, or sitting in a call center for 8 hours per day waiting for the phone to ring. You are your own boss and you re surrounded online by other top performers just like you.

The Assurance system has eliminated industry inefficiencies and will provide you with free training & scripting, back office accounting & customer service, tech support, recommendation and quoting engines, and custom analytics on your performance. Now you see why we were called the Uber of insurance when we were acquired by Prudential Financial (NYSE: PRU) for $3.5B in 2019.

Requirements to access ASSURANCE Medicare platform as 1 of 500 elite producers:

  • AHIP certification
  • 1+ insurance state licenses
  • High-speed Internet, reliable computer, and headset with microphone
  • History of compliant insurance sales practice

Job Types: Contract, Commission


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The Alliance
London,KY Financial Services - Insurance

***CURRENT LIFE INSURANCE LICENSE REQUIRED TO BE CONSIDERED***

Are you an individual with a strong desire to succeed in the business world and help families at the same time? We have a wide range of mortgage protection, life, and annuity products from a number of different insurance carriers, and an abundance of self-generated leads for our sales agents to help them reach their greatest potential.

Job Description

The Alliance is a great opportunity to earn a serious income in both upfront commissions as well as back-end residuals. Whether your career ambitions are to run your own business, or you want to be in the field serving customers, NAA offers a chance to make the kind of money you have always dreamed of making. Our program lets you work from home and set your own hours. If you are self-disciplined, teachable, and enjoy people, we can offer you a minimum income of $75,000/first year by coaching you to effectively use and follow our lead system.

Full Time: $75,000-$125,000 commission based + residual income
Part-Time: $40,000-$75,000 commission based + residual income
Company PAID vacations to qualified agents
Live and online training provided

  • Products: Jet issue mortgage protection insurance, inexpensive term, universal life, final expense, annuities, disability and unique "money back" term life insurance.
  • Leads: Direct mail leads, best leads in the country, and our clients have NO DOUBT what they are responding to, and we have people in the pipeline right now waiting for us to respond to their inquiry for product details.
  • Selling System: Proven, turnkey selling system - if duplicated, you can leave your appointment with a sale, plus referrals. Complete training provided.
  • Management opportunities are available in select areas to qualified agents.
  • Availability: The state requires our representatives to have a current life insurance license. We will assist you in obtaining this license if needed.

Additional Info

  • A State Life Insurance License is REQUIRED to perform the duties of this position.
  • Home computer and or home office.
  • Strong work ethic.
  • Ability to work independently
  • Access to a Laptop Computer is highly desirable.

Job Benefits

Whether you're an industry veteran or a newcomer looking for extra income, The Alliance helps you make the most out of a career in insurance sales.

  • Exclusive, High-Quality Leads. Our in-house lead generation specialists provide the leads for you, so you can concentrate on selling instead of prospecting.
  • High Commissions. Work hard and earn what you want
  • Flexible Schedule.Work full or part-time from home
  • Proven Effective Sales System. Our proprietary sales system teaches you how to take your insurance sales to the next level. Complete training provided.
  • Opportunities for Advancement. Work your way up, earn higher commissions, and start your own agency.
  • Training.NAA University provides free training at your convenience to get you acclimated fast.
  • Support.NAA's staff helps you learn the system, resolve issues, and grow your business every step of the way.

To find out more about The Alliance or to speak to one of our marketing representatives, please click Apply.


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Crew Member

2020-08-04T19:08:17Z
Wendys
London,KY Hospitality - Food Services

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
Utilizing knowledge of positional skills, customer service and courtesy, health and safety regulations and all Wendy's food safety, safety and security and employee policies and procedures; the crew member position is responsible for providing quality products and service in a clean and safe environment to each and every customer.

QUALIFICATIONS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
The essential functions of the various crew member positions within the restaurant are attached. In most cases, it is desirable for a crew member to be cross-trained in at least three service positions. Each position does not exist in every restaurant and sales volume dictates which positions will be used and for how long on each shift. Immediately before and after peak volume periods and during all "slow periods," it is customary for crew members to "bump and slide" in positions that do not compromise food safety. This process simply means that during certain periods, a crew member will work several positions within a short period of time while adhering to food safety standards. Delivering quality food orders within specified service time goals is fundamental to the nature of Wendy's business. Each employee must be able to execute his/her position with a speed sufficient to contribute to the overall goals and objectives as defined by Service Excellence.

POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES
All positions should be maintained at rush readiness standards through re-stocking and cleaning the immediate area during service breaks.

RUNNER/LINE COORDINATOR
These positions are responsible for seeing that all orders, whether for the Dining Room or Pick Up Window (PUW), are assembled correctly within the stated time goals for the specific restaurant. On the front service line, the line coordinator/runner must be able to:
1. Assist the register operator with filling orders.
2. Must know proper serving & bagging procedures and be able to bag all "to go" orders.
3. Thank each customer as they receive their completed order.

At the PUW line, the runner/line coordinator must be able to perform all the tasks listed above, as well as:
1. Make sure each bagged order is complete, with the receipt placed in the bag after the order is completed.
2. Keep bagged orders separated at the window to prevent the wrong order from going out the window.
3. Must be able to reach the condiment stand which is 4 ft. from the floor and at a depth of 3 ft.

ORDER TAKER/DINING ROOM
Customer courtesy is a must with the order taker/dining room person. This person is around the dining room customers during their entire visit. The first responsibility of the order taker/dining room position is taking the orders of customers in the serpentine when four or more customers are in line.
The order taker responsibilities include such things as:
1. Greeting customer(s).
2. Accurately filling out the customer(s) check.
3. Suggesting additional items for customer(s) meal (i.e. biggie size)
4. Thanking customer(s).

The second responsibility of the order taker/dining room person is to assist any customer(s) requiring any type of special assistance (i.e. moving a table, carrying customer's tray to their table, and helping set-up high chairs). This person is responsible for properly cleaning trays and returning them to the service line. Trays are to be carried in stacks of 12-15 that have a weight of 5-10 lbs.

The dining room responsibilities include such things as:
1. Cleaning tables and chairs after each use.
2. Using the hand held carpet sweeper as needed.
3. Realigning tables and chairs as necessary.
4. Spot cleaning all glass windows and doors.
5. Maintaining the cleanliness of the rest rooms.
The condiment stand is also maintained by the order taker/dining room person. If the ketchup pump becomes empty, the dining room person must take it to the back room to be replenished. Additional stock for the condiment stand must also be taken from the back room to the condiment stand by the order taker/dining room person.

GRILL
Must be able to press meat to the correct size specification.
This person is also responsible for a visual check of all cooked products on the grill to see that proper quality standards are maintained.
Must be able to turn and press meat patties on a grill surface that is 3 ft. off the floor.
The grill with attached grill board on the front, reaches a depth of up to 4 ft. and the operator must be able to reach the back.
In Image Restaurants, must be able to serve meat to either service line when both grills are not in operation, which is the situation 80 to 90% of the time.
The grill operator may cook grilled chicken and may hand a wrapped baked potato to the sandwich maker.
Must be able to water clean the grill surface and maintain overall cleanliness of the area.
Must be able to determine the customer's order from a video monitor at each service line, or in some cases from a speaker system (headset).

FRIES/NUGGETS
Must be able to determine the customer's order from a video monitor at each service line, or in some cases from a speaker system (headset).
Portions and serves fries and nuggets to both service lines.
Goes to the walk-in cooler periodically during each shift to get fries from the fry slacking rack. Up to 2 bags of fries are retrieved at a time, with each bag/box weighing 5-6 lbs. May also have to retrieve nuggets from freezer.
Must be able to cook fries, then using both hands, pick up the fry basket out of the shortening, hold it stationary for 5 seconds to allow the fries to drain and then empty them into the fry bin.

SANDWICHES
Must be able to determine the customer's order from a video monitor, or in some cases from a speaker system (headset) at Pick Up Window (PUW).
Must wear disposable vinyl gloves while working in sandwich position.
Retrieves buns from the bun warmer located over the sandwich station at a height of approximately 59-66 inches.
Must be able to reach the back of the sandwich station, with the sandwich board on the front, reaches a depth of up to 4 ft.
Retrieves condiment pans from underneath the station in order to replenish the station throughout the shift.
At the sandwich station, must also prepare baked potatoes to order.

DRINKS
The drink person must be able to receive the customer's order from either the video monitor or from a speaker system (headset).
Must portion and serve cold drinks.
Must prepare and serve all hot beverages.
Additionally, the drink person must also portion and serve Chili and Frosties.
It is necessary for this person to replenish the ice in the ice bin several times during a shift. A bucket of ice weighs approximately 15 lbs., and must be carried from the ice machine in the back room of the store to the service line ice bins.

REGISTER
Responsible for greeting the customer, taking their order and keying it into the register. If the restaurant uses a speaker system, the order must be relayed over the speaker to enable the crew to process the order.
If the restaurant is using order takers, the register operator must be able to transact the order from the customer check.
The register operator must complete the cash transaction with the customer.
During non-rush, the register operator must perform other duties. The register operator may prepare the drinks for the order, and in many cases must assist with "Bagging" the order, if for carryout.
In Central Grill (CG), Open Grill (OG), E2000 or Retro-fitted stores, the register operator may perform Drinks and Bagging duties during a rush period as well.
If the register operator is assigned to the Pick-Up Window, must be able to make all of the above transactions through the window with the customer in the car. The reach to the car is normally 3-4 ft. from the window.
At the Pick-Up Window, the register operator must be able to carry on a two-way conversation with the customer using a headset system.

OPENING RESPONSIBILITIES
Must get case of lettuce (weight up to 50 lbs. and in a box approximately 3 ft. long and 2 ft. wide) from the walk-in cooler, place on utility cart and move to prep area.
In lettuce preparation, safe operation of "Silver King Kutlett" (used to chop lettuce) requires two hands.
Return sandwich lettuce, in 22-quart buckets filled with water, to the walk-in cooler (requires lifting).
To safely slice tomatoes, slicer locks onto the prep table. Operation requires 2 hands.
May use a serrated knife to prepare various sandwich toppings and salad products.
If raw bacon product is used, a person must be able to reach to the back of the grill which is 3 ft. from the floor, and reaches a depth of 3-4 ft.
Wash windows inside, then out alternating every other day. Must be able to move freely through landscaped areas and over curbs. Some locations may also require the use of a stepladder.
Pull products from freezer and/or walk-in cooler, may include chili, meat, fries, and chicken products.
Requires ability to lift and carry products weighing up to 36 lbs.
Chili must be placed on a stove in double boiler fashion. The stove is approximately 3 ft. off the floor and has a depth of 4 ft., that a person must be able to reach. A full pot of chili weighs approximately 34 lbs.; this must be lifted into the bottom of the double boiler which would already be on the stove.
Must be able to lift cooked chili from the stove and carry to the 3 compartment or Power Soak sink (approximately 3 ft. above floor); pour chili into a full sized pan resting in the sink compartment; then carry chili to service line to be placed in one of the heated wells.
Must be able to clean and sanitize dirty dishes and place them in an appropriate place on shelves. To reach higher shelves, a person may need to stand on a step stool.
Trash must be emptied by an opener. This requires taking each of the 50-gallon containers from inside the store, using a two-wheeled cart, to the dumpster and emptying the containers. Requires lifting.
Must be able to operate a can opener and onion slicer. Operations require 2 hands.

PRE-CLOSE RESPONSIBILITIES
Cleaning the chili stove surface, trough and surrounding areas. Must be able to reach the back of the stove which is at a depth of 4 ft.
Cleaning surrounding areas included cleaning stainless steel wall protectors which are approximately 5-7 ft. from the floor.
Filtering Fryers, French Fryers and Chicken Fryer. For safety reasons, this procedure requires good mobility and use of both hands.
The majority of pre-close tasks involve cleaning and stocking. Mobility (i.e.: bending, reaching, wiping, and carrying) is a requirement during pre-close.
When cleaning rest rooms, must be able to wipe walls from floor to ceiling, requires use of step stool. Must be able to reach corners and baseboards behind fixtures.

CLOSING RESPONSIBILITIES
Grill must be cleaned. To safely clean, crew member uses both hands and must reach to back of grill at a depth of 4 ft.
Service line equipment such as the bun warmers, multipurpose holding cabinets and the fry station must be completely wiped down. To wipe the tops of the bun warmers, may require the crew member to stand on a step stool.
All floors must be scrubbed with a deck brush, rinsed and TileVac or squeegeed dry.
Final cleaning in the dining room includes:
1. Taking trash to the back room.
2. Moving all tables and chairs and vacuuming the carpet.
3. Realigning tables and chairs, and salt and pepper shakers.
4. Cleaning rest rooms again, if necessary.
5. Spot cleaning glass on windows and doors.
Front service line closing includes cleaning the Frosty machine(s), person must be able to clean top chamber using a step stool if necessary.
Chili remaining on service lines must be taken to the back, placed in clean 22-quart plastic food storage container. Remove a chili Rapi-Kool from freezer. Place the frozen Rapi-Kool into the chili. Place the container of chili on a lower shelf in the walk-in cooler.
Closing sandwich stations requires crew member to reach a depth of 4 ft. to remove pans from top of station and change or empty the pans. This person cleans out the reach-ins underneath.
Dishes are completed by washing, rinsing and sanitizing; then storing in appropriate location. This may require the use of a step stool.


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Crew Member

2020-08-04T19:07:31Z
Wendys
London,KY Hospitality - Food Services

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE
Utilizing knowledge of positional skills, customer service and courtesy, health and safety regulations and all Wendy's food safety, safety and security and employee policies and procedures; the crew member position is responsible for providing quality products and service in a clean and safe environment to each and every customer.

QUALIFICATIONS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
The essential functions of the various crew member positions within the restaurant are attached. In most cases, it is desirable for a crew member to be cross-trained in at least three service positions. Each position does not exist in every restaurant and sales volume dictates which positions will be used and for how long on each shift. Immediately before and after peak volume periods and during all "slow periods," it is customary for crew members to "bump and slide" in positions that do not compromise food safety. This process simply means that during certain periods, a crew member will work several positions within a short period of time while adhering to food safety standards. Delivering quality food orders within specified service time goals is fundamental to the nature of Wendy's business. Each employee must be able to execute his/her position with a speed sufficient to contribute to the overall goals and objectives as defined by Service Excellence.

POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES
All positions should be maintained at rush readiness standards through re-stocking and cleaning the immediate area during service breaks.

RUNNER/LINE COORDINATOR
These positions are responsible for seeing that all orders, whether for the Dining Room or Pick Up Window (PUW), are assembled correctly within the stated time goals for the specific restaurant. On the front service line, the line coordinator/runner must be able to:
1. Assist the register operator with filling orders.
2. Must know proper serving & bagging procedures and be able to bag all "to go" orders.
3. Thank each customer as they receive their completed order.

At the PUW line, the runner/line coordinator must be able to perform all the tasks listed above, as well as:
1. Make sure each bagged order is complete, with the receipt placed in the bag after the order is completed.
2. Keep bagged orders separated at the window to prevent the wrong order from going out the window.
3. Must be able to reach the condiment stand which is 4 ft. from the floor and at a depth of 3 ft.

ORDER TAKER/DINING ROOM
Customer courtesy is a must with the order taker/dining room person. This person is around the dining room customers during their entire visit. The first responsibility of the order taker/dining room position is taking the orders of customers in the serpentine when four or more customers are in line.
The order taker responsibilities include such things as:
1. Greeting customer(s).
2. Accurately filling out the customer(s) check.
3. Suggesting additional items for customer(s) meal (i.e. biggie size)
4. Thanking customer(s).

The second responsibility of the order taker/dining room person is to assist any customer(s) requiring any type of special assistance (i.e. moving a table, carrying customer's tray to their table, and helping set-up high chairs). This person is responsible for properly cleaning trays and returning them to the service line. Trays are to be carried in stacks of 12-15 that have a weight of 5-10 lbs.

The dining room responsibilities include such things as:
1. Cleaning tables and chairs after each use.
2. Using the hand held carpet sweeper as needed.
3. Realigning tables and chairs as necessary.
4. Spot cleaning all glass windows and doors.
5. Maintaining the cleanliness of the rest rooms.
The condiment stand is also maintained by the order taker/dining room person. If the ketchup pump becomes empty, the dining room person must take it to the back room to be replenished. Additional stock for the condiment stand must also be taken from the back room to the condiment stand by the order taker/dining room person.

GRILL
Must be able to press meat to the correct size specification.
This person is also responsible for a visual check of all cooked products on the grill to see that proper quality standards are maintained.
Must be able to turn and press meat patties on a grill surface that is 3 ft. off the floor.
The grill with attached grill board on the front, reaches a depth of up to 4 ft. and the operator must be able to reach the back.
In Image Restaurants, must be able to serve meat to either service line when both grills are not in operation, which is the situation 80 to 90% of the time.
The grill operator may cook grilled chicken and may hand a wrapped baked potato to the sandwich maker.
Must be able to water clean the grill surface and maintain overall cleanliness of the area.
Must be able to determine the customer's order from a video monitor at each service line, or in some cases from a speaker system (headset).

FRIES/NUGGETS
Must be able to determine the customer's order from a video monitor at each service line, or in some cases from a speaker system (headset).
Portions and serves fries and nuggets to both service lines.
Goes to the walk-in cooler periodically during each shift to get fries from the fry slacking rack. Up to 2 bags of fries are retrieved at a time, with each bag/box weighing 5-6 lbs. May also have to retrieve nuggets from freezer.
Must be able to cook fries, then using both hands, pick up the fry basket out of the shortening, hold it stationary for 5 seconds to allow the fries to drain and then empty them into the fry bin.

SANDWICHES
Must be able to determine the customer's order from a video monitor, or in some cases from a speaker system (headset) at Pick Up Window (PUW).
Must wear disposable vinyl gloves while working in sandwich position.
Retrieves buns from the bun warmer located over the sandwich station at a height of approximately 59-66 inches.
Must be able to reach the back of the sandwich station, with the sandwich board on the front, reaches a depth of up to 4 ft.
Retrieves condiment pans from underneath the station in order to replenish the station throughout the shift.
At the sandwich station, must also prepare baked potatoes to order.

DRINKS
The drink person must be able to receive the customer's order from either the video monitor or from a speaker system (headset).
Must portion and serve cold drinks.
Must prepare and serve all hot beverages.
Additionally, the drink person must also portion and serve Chili and Frosties.
It is necessary for this person to replenish the ice in the ice bin several times during a shift. A bucket of ice weighs approximately 15 lbs., and must be carried from the ice machine in the back room of the store to the service line ice bins.

REGISTER
Responsible for greeting the customer, taking their order and keying it into the register. If the restaurant uses a speaker system, the order must be relayed over the speaker to enable the crew to process the order.
If the restaurant is using order takers, the register operator must be able to transact the order from the customer check.
The register operator must complete the cash transaction with the customer.
During non-rush, the register operator must perform other duties. The register operator may prepare the drinks for the order, and in many cases must assist with "Bagging" the order, if for carryout.
In Central Grill (CG), Open Grill (OG), E2000 or Retro-fitted stores, the register operator may perform Drinks and Bagging duties during a rush period as well.
If the register operator is assigned to the Pick-Up Window, must be able to make all of the above transactions through the window with the customer in the car. The reach to the car is normally 3-4 ft. from the window.
At the Pick-Up Window, the register operator must be able to carry on a two-way conversation with the customer using a headset system.

OPENING RESPONSIBILITIES
Must get case of lettuce (weight up to 50 lbs. and in a box approximately 3 ft. long and 2 ft. wide) from the walk-in cooler, place on utility cart and move to prep area.
In lettuce preparation, safe operation of "Silver King Kutlett" (used to chop lettuce) requires two hands.
Return sandwich lettuce, in 22-quart buckets filled with water, to the walk-in cooler (requires lifting).
To safely slice tomatoes, slicer locks onto the prep table. Operation requires 2 hands.
May use a serrated knife to prepare various sandwich toppings and salad products.
If raw bacon product is used, a person must be able to reach to the back of the grill which is 3 ft. from the floor, and reaches a depth of 3-4 ft.
Wash windows inside, then out alternating every other day. Must be able to move freely through landscaped areas and over curbs. Some locations may also require the use of a stepladder.
Pull products from freezer and/or walk-in cooler, may include chili, meat, fries, and chicken products.
Requires ability to lift and carry products weighing up to 36 lbs.
Chili must be placed on a stove in double boiler fashion. The stove is approximately 3 ft. off the floor and has a depth of 4 ft., that a person must be able to reach. A full pot of chili weighs approximately 34 lbs.; this must be lifted into the bottom of the double boiler which would already be on the stove.
Must be able to lift cooked chili from the stove and carry to the 3 compartment or Power Soak sink (approximately 3 ft. above floor); pour chili into a full sized pan resting in the sink compartment; then carry chili to service line to be placed in one of the heated wells.
Must be able to clean and sanitize dirty dishes and place them in an appropriate place on shelves. To reach higher shelves, a person may need to stand on a step stool.
Trash must be emptied by an opener. This requires taking each of the 50-gallon containers from inside the store, using a two-wheeled cart, to the dumpster and emptying the containers. Requires lifting.
Must be able to operate a can opener and onion slicer. Operations require 2 hands.

PRE-CLOSE RESPONSIBILITIES
Cleaning the chili stove surface, trough and surrounding areas. Must be able to reach the back of the stove which is at a depth of 4 ft.
Cleaning surrounding areas included cleaning stainless steel wall protectors which are approximately 5-7 ft. from the floor.
Filtering Fryers, French Fryers and Chicken Fryer. For safety reasons, this procedure requires good mobility and use of both hands.
The majority of pre-close tasks involve cleaning and stocking. Mobility (i.e.: bending, reaching, wiping, and carrying) is a requirement during pre-close.
When cleaning rest rooms, must be able to wipe walls from floor to ceiling, requires use of step stool. Must be able to reach corners and baseboards behind fixtures.

CLOSING RESPONSIBILITIES
Grill must be cleaned. To safely clean, crew member uses both hands and must reach to back of grill at a depth of 4 ft.
Service line equipment such as the bun warmers, multipurpose holding cabinets and the fry station must be completely wiped down. To wipe the tops of the bun warmers, may require the crew member to stand on a step stool.
All floors must be scrubbed with a deck brush, rinsed and TileVac or squeegeed dry.
Final cleaning in the dining room includes:
1. Taking trash to the back room.
2. Moving all tables and chairs and vacuuming the carpet.
3. Realigning tables and chairs, and salt and pepper shakers.
4. Cleaning rest rooms again, if necessary.
5. Spot cleaning glass on windows and doors.
Front service line closing includes cleaning the Frosty machine(s), person must be able to clean top chamber using a step stool if necessary.
Chili remaining on service lines must be taken to the back, placed in clean 22-quart plastic food storage container. Remove a chili Rapi-Kool from freezer. Place the frozen Rapi-Kool into the chili. Place the container of chili on a lower shelf in the walk-in cooler.
Closing sandwich stations requires crew member to reach a depth of 4 ft. to remove pans from top of station and change or empty the pans. This person cleans out the reach-ins underneath.
Dishes are completed by washing, rinsing and sanitizing; then storing in appropriate location. This may require the use of a step stool.


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Packer

2020-07-31T07:35:34Z
Staffmark
London,KY Warehousing/Logistics

We understand that searching for a job may be difficult during this time and we want to do everything we can to assist you! Many of our current openings are a great fit for anyone in the service or retail industry who is looking for work!

Let Staffmark help you get your foot in the door to start your new career as a Packer in London, KY!!

Starting Pay: $10.20/hour with an Increase to $10.70 after you work 500 regular hours!

Pay Increases to $14.57 or more when you are hired on full time!

Awesome Temp to Hire Opportunity!

What are the responsibilities of a Production Packer:

  • Ability to work in a fast paced production based bakery environment
  • Be a team player and work well with others to meet goals each day
  • Ability to work 8 to 12 hour shifts each day
  • Must be able to work flexible schedules and work overtime as needed

Staffmark offers a competitive salary and benefits package including medical, dental, and vision insurance, a 401 (k) plan, weekly pay including direct deposit, and more!

DAILY PAY OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE!!

We also offer a virtual interview and hiring process to ensure your safety!

Apply online today at www.staffmark.com and let us help you get started!


About Staffmark

Staffmark makes all employment decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, ancestry, medical condition, age, marital status, national origin, citizen status, political affiliation, union membership, genetic information, physical or mental disability, veteran status, denial of medical or family leave, pregnancy or pregnancy disability leave or any other protected group status as defined by federal, state or local law. We will provide reasonable accommodations throughout the application or interviewing process. If you require a reasonable accommodation, contact us. Staffmark is an E-verify employer.


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Customer Service Representative

2020-08-02T01:32:56Z
Maximus
London,KY Customer Service/Call Center
*NEW THIS YEAR: potential for Work at Home within 30 days of completing training and performance evaluation*

Customer Service Representatives (CSR) at Maximus make an impact everyday by delivering healthcare information to millions of Americans who need to maneuver through complex healthcare plans. Our agents deliver this vital information to callers via phone, web chat or written correspondence. To prepare you for this role, Maximus provides paid, comprehensive training which ensures our customer service reps care for each caller with the highest levels of knowledge and professionalism.

Please note this job posting is for upcoming classes in London, KY; targeted start date is discussed with your recruiter. We hire all positions as temporary employment that can become regular employment based on employee performance and client need.

Pay and Benefits:
- Base rate = $10.80/hr + an additional $4.54/hr for health and wellness benefits
- Bilingual base rate = $11.88
- $1,650+ in potential bonuses for excellent work and referrals
- The potential to work from home within 30 days after completing training onsite, pending performance
- A variety of shifts that meet lifestyle and family goals
- Fun, professional atmosphere
- Leadership support to ensure success in a meaningful career
- Many opportunities for promotion and career advancement into global company

Responsibilities:

  • Responding to numerous phone inquiries
  • Using standard technology: telephones, e-mail and web browsers
  • Assisting callers in finishing online applications
  • Completing daily electronic call logs
  • Filling out timesheets
  • Adhering to privacy rules
  • Connecting callers with leadership as needed
  • Maintaining up-to-date knowledge of regulations and policies as they apply to the healthcare programs we service
  • Reporting problems through an easy online system
  • Responding to telephone inquiries within set time parameters
  • Completing all assigned training as necessary

Education and Qualifications:

  • High School diploma or equivalent required
  • Minimum six (6) months customer service experience required
  • Must be able to speak and read English fluently
  • Must be able to type a minimum of 20 WPM
  • Ability to work within established turnaround times
  • Must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to organize simultaneous tasks
  • Ability to work as a member of a team
  • Fluency in Spanish desirable

#CB #AC


Since 1975, MAXIMUS has operated under its founding mission of Helping Government Serve the People , enabling citizens around the globe to successfully engage with their governments at all levels and across a variety of health and human services programs. With more than 30,000 employees worldwide, MAXIMUS is a proud partner to government agencies in the United States, Australia, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and the United Kingdom. Launch your career with MAXIMUS through one of our dynamic customer service centers.


Active military service members, their spouses, and veteran candidates often embody the core competencies MAXIMUS deems essential, and bring a resiliency and dependability that greatly enhances our workforce. We recognize your unique skills and experiences, and want to provide you with a career path that allows you to continue making a difference for our country. We're proud of our connections to organizations dedicated to serving veterans and their families. If you are transitioning from military to civilian life, have prior service, are a retired veteran or a member of the National Guard or Reserves, or a spouse of an active military service member, we have challenging and rewarding career opportunities available for you. A committed and diverse workforce is our most important resource. MAXIMUS is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. MAXIMUS provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status or disabled status.


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Servers

2020-08-04T19:07:11Z
Shiloh Steakhouse
London,KY Hospitality - Food Services

Shiloh's. London's Premier Steakhouse is looking for experienced Servers, with the following skills / abilities:

  • Interacts with every guest in a professional, and hospitable manner
  • Learn and retain recipe and menu information
  • Maintain professional relationships during high volume
  • Work as a productive member of the team
  • Must meet state minimum age for serving alcoholic beverages

We offer flexible scheduling, competitive pay and a fun environment!!


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Administrative Assistant

2020-08-04T19:07:32Z
American Renal Associates
London,KY Administrative/Clerical
COVID-19. We are actively monitoring the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Learn about the steps that we are taking to protect our patients, staff and physician partners. American Renal Associates, a national provider of quality dialysis services with the highest retention rate in the industry, is accepting applications for the following position in London, KY: Administrative Assistant We are seeking qualified applicants with administrative experience. Must be computer proficient in MS Excel & Word. Must be willing to trouble shoot and problem solve. Strong organizational and communication skills with ability to prioritize and multi task. Medical office experience preferred. Experience in a dialysis setting is preferred but not required. High school graduate or higher. Full time position available. Why Choose American Renal Associates:We do not cap salariesAnnual raises significantly above industry averageAmerican Renal Associates recognizes your most recent dialysis experience in calculating your paid time off accrual meaning no loss of vacation time for longevityStarting salaries for experienced staff above the industry average We offer competitive salaries, plus excellent health, free life insurance, and no charge disability benefits (long term and short term) as well as a generous paid time off policy that recognizes your most recent, direct dialysis experience. Please e-mail or fax resume to:Rhonda RussE-mail: ...@americanrenal.comFax: 978-###-#### EOE/DFWPAll qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status. www.americanrenal.com#CB #MON #JOBID:KRK

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Total Merchant Services
London,KY Sales

MILITARY VETERANS

We are looking for self starters who are looking to effectively operate their own sales agency within our organization. This is an independent contractor position and we are seeking to fill many of these positions across the US. This is not a true employer/employee environment. Meaning, you determine your own working hours, you work at your own pace to grow your business as time allows. There are no quotas, no inventory, etc. In other words, you are not selling any equipment, you're only selling(offering) a service...which in a nutshell can best be defined as "helping small/medium sized business owners save money on their credit card processing fees each month". This is in all simplicity a consultative position that pays very high commissions for your marketing efforts of our various programs to businesses in NC and all across the 50 states should you so desire...and even Canada. In fact, the learning curve is very easy. Your objective initially will be to gather "merchant processing statements" from any business owner you should choose to work with, so that we can derive a quotation for services back to the prospective business owner. You will then present the quote back to the merchant along with a basic 2 page application, that they will in turn complete and thus the job is effectively complete. The only thing left to do at this point is to return to the business owner with a new, free of charge, fully programmed credit card terminal(s) that they will plug in and begin to save money each month going forward with our services versus the services that they had been prior using. You as the independent contractor will be rewarded with an initial signing bonus (that can be as high as $5000.00 for a single merchant location) paid the following month after initial activation by merchant, and also you will receive on-going residual income month to month, year after year thereafter. As you continue to add additional businesses to your portfolio day after day; month after month, you will being to grow a very nice residual income basis that will continue to pay you for many, many years down the road. The ability to achieve multiple 6 figure residual income streams is quite easy to achieve for the right candidate. For more details or to get started, please feel free to call Chris Collins at 919-###-####.


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Sandwich Artist #15089-0

2020-08-05T11:46:28Z
Subway Restaurants
London,KY Hospitality - Food Services
The Sandwich Artist greets and serves guests, prepares product, maintains food safety and sanitation standards, and handles or processes light paperwork. Exceptional guest service is a major component of this position.

Responsibilities
  • Exhibits a cheerful and helpful manner while greeting guests and preparing their orders.
  • Demonstrates a complete understanding of menu items and explains them to guests accurately.
  • Uses Point of Sale system/cash register to record the order and compute the amount of the bill. Collects payment from guests and makes change.
  • Performs Cash-In Procedure; accounting for all forms of money, bread, etc. during the shift.
  • Prepares food neatly, according to formula, and in a timely manner.
  • Checks products in sandwich unit area and restocks items to ensure a sufficient supply throughout the shift.
  • Understands and adheres to proper food handling, safety and sanitation standards during food preparation, service and clean up.
  • Cleans and maintains all areas of the restaurant to promote a clean image. Understands and adheres to the Wash, Rinse, and Sanitize method of cleaning.
  • Understands and adheres to all quality standards, formulas and procedures as outlined in the Subway Operations Manual: Daily Procedures.
  • Maintains a professional appearance and grooming standards as outlined in the Subway Operations Manual: Daily Procedures.
  • Performs light paperwork duties as assigned.
  • Completes University of Subway courses as directed.
Prerequisites
  • Education: Some high school or equivalent.
  • Experience: No previous experience required.
Essential Functions
  • Ability to understand and implement written and verbal instruction.
  • Physical: Must be able to work any area of the restaurant when needed and to operate a computerized Point of Sale system/cash register. Position requires bending, standing, and walking the entire workday. Must have the ability to lift 10 pounds frequently and up to 30 pounds occasionally.

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Pearl Interactive Network
London,KY Customer Service/Call Center

VETERANS AND THOSE WITH DISABILITIES ARE STRONGLY ENCOURAGED TO APPLY!

The Customer Service Representative Inbound Calls is responsible to answer incoming calls from customers, answer inquiries and questions, handle complaints, troubleshoot problems and provide information. Two three weeks paid training provided.

Job Duties:

  • Utilizes standard technology such as a telephone, e-mail, and web browser.
  • Navigates to the appropriate pre-scripted responses which they must read verbatim to provide basic general and claims specific information.
  • Follows established and documented policies and standard operating procedures, such as, filling out timesheets and adhering to privacy rules.
  • Assists caller with filling out online application and submitting it electronically to plan provider for processing.
  • Completes basic call log related to the phone inquiries such as clicking radio buttons to confirm which scripts were read by the CSR to the caller.
  • Refers calls as required to CSR 2.
  • May be required to work holidays. Overtime may be required.
  • Performs other related duties as assigned.

Classification: Part and full-time opportunities with potential permanent

Operating Hours: 7:00 am - 8:00 pm, Monday - Saturday

Location: London, KY

Salary: $10.77 per hour



Job Requirements:

Job Requirements:

  • High School diploma or equivalent required.
  • Minimum 6 months customer service/secretarial/telemarketing experience required.
  • Must be able to speak and read English clearly, professionally and fluently.
  • Must be able to type a minimum of 20 WPM.
  • Experience working with a PC and the Windows operating system is required.
  • Ability to effectively work within established contractual turnaround times required.
  • Must have demonstrated excellent interpersonal and leadership skills and the ability to organize simultaneous tasks.
  • Proven ability to work as a member of a team is required.
  • All CCO personnel will be required by contract to undergo program update training as the program changes.
  • Spanish fluency is desirable.

Background Investigation and Skills Assessment Required

Skills/Qualifications/Keywords: Non-Sales, Call Center Agent, CSR, Entry Level, Phone Skills, Customer Service, People Skills, Supports Diversity, Responsive, Data Entry, Attention to Detail, Professional Telephone Manner, Call Center, Inbound Calls, Organizational Skills, Judgment, Teamwork, Resilient, Representative, Support, Associate, Call Center Associate, Call Center Representative, Administrative, Healthcare, Action Oriented/Tenacity, Dealing with Ambiguity, Compassion, Customer Focus, Ethics and Values, Functional and Technical Skills, Informing, Integrity and Trust, Listening, Priority Setting, Problem Solving.

Pearl Interactive Network, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, veteran status, disability status, genetics, or sexual orientation and gender identity.


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Circle K
London,KY Retail


Circle K is a great place to work! Here is why:
We know that you can work anywhere. However, working at Circle K is the start of something great! While you make it easy for our customers, we focus on you and your development! Our people make us who we are. We want to see you grow, so we put growing together at the forefront of everything we do. It is our duty to provide you with the tools and resources that you need to succeed. Joining Circle K means joining a team that is devoted to you!


Minimum Qualifications
  • High School diploma or GED preferred.
  • Experience in retail sales preferred.
  • Ability to work in the conditions described below.
  • Ability to perform essential duties and physical functions described below.
  • Ability to work with the equipment, tools and materials listed below.
  • Ability to work as scheduled and arrive to work on time.
  • Ability to communicate (orally and in writing) in English.
  • Ability to perform the four (4) basic arithmetic operations (add, subtract, multiply and divide). Essential Duties
  • Provides prompt, courteous customer service.
  • Ring up all sales on cash register properly and accurately, handling money, checks, and other types of payment received for products sold.
  • Performs multi-function operation of fuel console, lottery machine, money order machine, telecom transactions, etc.
  • Performs multi-function and cleaning duties necessary to maintain store cleanliness inside and out; basic upkeep and cleaning of all equipment at store.
  • Inspect store facilities and equipment for safety, cleanliness, and proper working order.
  • Contacts maintenance for repair when needed.
  • Completes build-to s for ordering/purchasing merchandise.
  • Receives and verifies vendor deliveries.
  • Controls merchandise, cash shortages, and other selling expenses.
  • Assists in maintaining proper inventory levels and shift audits.
  • Assists new applicants with application process.
  • Performs all duties with minimal supervision.
  • Attends job-related meetings (may be required to work irregular hours).
  • Performs other duties as assigned by the Store Manager. Working Conditions
  • Perform approximately 95% of all work indoors, but will be required to work outside to clean parking lots, gas pumps, take out garbage, etc.
  • Exposure to extreme cold temperatures while performing occasional work in a walk in cooler and/or freezer.
  • Exposure to occasional noise.
  • Work with a minimum direction and periodic supervision. Physical Functions
  • Ability to stand and/or walk for up to 8 hours.
  • Ability to occasionally lift and/or carry up to 30 pounds from ground to overhead up to 30 minutes of workday (i.e., assisting in stocking/maintaining inventory levels).
  • Ability to occasionally lift and/or carry up to 60 pounds from ground to waist level (i.e., to replenish fountain syrups).
  • Ability to push/pull with arms up to a force of 20 pounds (i.e., utilizing a hand-truck).
  • Ability to bend at waist with some twisting up to one hour of workday.
  • Ability to grasp, reach and manipulate objects with hands up to all day. (This handwork requires eye-hand coordination, and may require climbing a ladder to store and retrieve materials or place and remove signs). THE ABOVE STATEMENTS REFLECT THE GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS/DUTIES AND/OR RESPONSIBILITIES NECESSARY TO IDENTIFY THE JOB AND ARE NOT NECESSARILY INTENDED TO SET FORTH ALL OF THE SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS OF THE JOB. NOTE: This Job Description may change periodically as required by business necessity, with or without advance notice to employees.



    Circle K is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
    The Company complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (the ADA) and all state and local disability laws. Applicants with disabilities may be entitled to a reasonable accommodation under the terms of the ADA and certain state or local laws as long as it does not impose an undue hardship on the Company. Please inform the Company s Human Resources Representative if you need assistance completing any forms or to otherwise participate in the application process.


    Click below to review information about our company's use of the federal E-Verify program to check work eligibility:

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    Store Information

    Store 4703253

    408 S Laurel Rd London, Kentucky 40744-7913

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    Call Center Representative

    2020-07-31T23:14:48Z
    LiveOps
    London,KY Customer Service/Call Center

    We got what you want, you got what we need!

    Goodbye long commutes, rigid schedules, and busybody managers. Hello, Liveops.

    Our well-known clients are seeking Independent Contractors to provide virtual services to their customers across a variety of industries including Retail, Healthcare, Licensed Insurance, Non-Licensed Insurance and Tax Support.

    As an Independent Contractor, you have flexibility to choose when and where to provide services. Login and provide services when it works for you as you are your own self-employed boss!

    Liveops ranked #4 in FlexJob s 2020 Top 100 Companies with Remote Jobs

    Opportunity Details

    As an Independent Contractor, you are self-employed and can:

    • Work from home or any quiet place.
    • Set your own schedule to work around your life.
    • Enjoy the freedom and flexibility of being your own boss.

    Our Clients look for Independent Contractors who are comfortable:

    • Conducting inbound and outbound customer service calls with customers.
    • Creatively problem solving.
    • Quickly assessing customer needs and providing sound solutions.
    • Providing a high-level of customer service.
    • Documenting details of all calls and customer interactions.
    • Managing through multiple systems, programs, and screens simultaneously.

    Successful Independent Contractors will have the following skills:

    • Experience handling inbound and outbound calls
    • Minimum 1 year of customer service experience
    • Computer skills including navigating multiple tabs, windows and systems
    • Basic typing skills
    • Strong customer service and written skills
    • Comfortable empathizing and remaining patient with difficult callers

    Earning Potential:

    As a business provider of call center services, you will submit invoices and receive payment for completed services. Programs have varying pay structures, but most programs pay for time spent talking on the phone and assisting callers. Independent Contractors may also receive performance-based pay or other incentives.

    As a self-employed 1099 Independent Contractor providing virtual call center services to Liveops and it's clients, you will be responsible for your own tax obligations. Actual earnings may vary depending on opportunity, call type, call volume, and other factors. Independent Contractors are responsible for expenses and control their own profit and loss.

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    Hear from Liveops Independent Contractors on the benefits of being your own boss, tips for success, and how being an Independent Contractor with Liveops provides the flexibility and balance to achieve your personal and professional goals.

    echnology and Certification Requirements

    Application and Certification Process:

    To become an Independent Contractor the following are required:

    • Complete an application to Join Liveops Nation, which includes passing a background/credit check
      • The background/credit check requires a $45 processing fee paid directly to our vendor
      • View our background and credit check requirements here:
    • Sign an Independent Contractor Agreement
    • Complete a W9 form
    • Opportunities that you choose may have additional requirements, including certification specific to a program

    We have a variety of programs starting every week!

    Program Metrics Requirements:

    These programs may require Independent Contractors who choose to participate in these opportunities to provide services above posted minimum standards to maintain eligibility.

    Availability:

    Independent Contractors choose their own schedule by self-scheduling in 30-minute blocks. As an Independent Contractor you get to dictate when and how often you commit to servicing our clients; the more you service, the higher your earning potential!

    • Client's call availability will vary and is subject to change, however generally calls are available daily from 8am to 8pm EST. Several clients also offer 24/7 call availability.

    Technology Needed for Success:

    Please review the Liveops basic technology requirements by clicking the following link:

    • Please note, several clients will require additional security measures and technology equipment
    • In addition, several clients will not route calls through a landline and will route calls through a USB headset
      • Additional information regarding this will be provided once qualified for a program

    What s Next?!

    Submit your application today! Once qualified, a member of our team will reach out with next steps!

    Get ready to join Liveops Nation!

    Liveops is currently accepting applications in the following states: AL, AR, AZ, DC, DE, FL, GA, IA, ID, IL, IN, KS, KY, MD, ME, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT, NC, ND, NE, NM, NV, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, VA, WV, WY

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    Maximus
    London,KY Customer Service/Call Center
    *NEW THIS YEAR: potential for Work at Home within 30 days of completing training and performance evaluation*

    Customer Service Representatives (CSR) at Maximus make an impact everyday by delivering healthcare information to millions of Americans who need to maneuver through complex healthcare plans. Our agents deliver this vital information to callers via phone, web chat or written correspondence. To prepare you for this role, Maximus provides paid, comprehensive training which ensures our customer service reps care for each caller with the highest levels of knowledge and professionalism.

    Please note this job posting is for upcoming classes in London, KY; targeted start date is discussed with your recruiter. We hire all positions as temporary employment that can become regular employment based on employee performance and client need.

    Pay and Benefits:
    - Base rate = $10.80/hr + an additional $4.54/hr for health and wellness benefits
    - Bilingual base rate = $11.88
    - $1,650+ in potential bonuses for excellent work and referrals
    - The potential to work from home within 30 days after completing training onsite, pending performance
    - A variety of shifts that meet lifestyle and family goals
    - Fun, professional atmosphere
    - Leadership support to ensure success in a meaningful career
    - Many opportunities for promotion and career advancement into global company

    Responsibilities:

    • Responding to numerous phone inquiries
    • Using standard technology: telephones, e-mail and web browsers
    • Assisting callers in finishing online applications
    • Completing daily electronic call logs
    • Filling out timesheets
    • Adhering to privacy rules
    • Connecting callers with leadership as needed
    • Maintaining up-to-date knowledge of regulations and policies as they apply to the healthcare programs we service
    • Reporting problems through an easy online system
    • Responding to telephone inquiries within set time parameters
    • Completing all assigned training as necessary

    Education and Qualifications:

    • High School diploma or equivalent required
    • Minimum six (6) months customer service experience required
    • Must be able to speak and read English fluently
    • Must be able to type a minimum of 20 WPM
    • Ability to work within established turnaround times
    • Must have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to organize simultaneous tasks
    • Ability to work as a member of a team
    • Fluency in Spanish desirable

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    Since 1975, MAXIMUS has operated under its founding mission of Helping Government Serve the People , enabling citizens around the globe to successfully engage with their governments at all levels and across a variety of health and human services programs. With more than 30,000 employees worldwide, MAXIMUS is a proud partner to government agencies in the United States, Australia, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Singapore and the United Kingdom. Launch your career with MAXIMUS through one of our dynamic customer service centers.


    Active military service members, their spouses, and veteran candidates often embody the core competencies MAXIMUS deems essential, and bring a resiliency and dependability that greatly enhances our workforce. We recognize your unique skills and experiences, and want to provide you with a career path that allows you to continue making a difference for our country. We're proud of our connections to organizations dedicated to serving veterans and their families. If you are transitioning from military to civilian life, have prior service, are a retired veteran or a member of the National Guard or Reserves, or a spouse of an active military service member, we have challenging and rewarding career opportunities available for you. A committed and diverse workforce is our most important resource. MAXIMUS is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. MAXIMUS provides equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status or disabled status.


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