Jobs: Laborer, Patient Service

Huntington employers are seeking to fill several positions. Here are a few.

Real Estate Associate

Entry and junior level candidates for construction and development activities, in the role of Real Estate Associate. Candidate will have experience and/or interest in leasing, site selection, construction, financing, economics or accounting.

Construction Laborer, Ruston Paving

Perform a variety of tasks involving strenuous manual labor at construction projects in the preparation and construction of site work and paving projects. Hand shovel bituminous concrete (asphalt), aggregate and dirt into construction area. Clean, sweep, hand excavate and fill holes, trenches and ditches using various hand tools including but not limited to shovels, brooms, picks and jackhammers. Shovel, rake or lute bituminous concrete (asphalt), aggregate and dirt for fill to grade. Assist in patching and compacting bituminous concrete (asphalt), aggregate and dirt. Material handling inclusive of lifting, relocating, mixing/blending and application of construction materials and supplies for project use and storage.

Patient Service Representative, Mount Sinai

Offsite Patient Service Representative I provides front line contact as a patient liaison within the access center, check-in/check-out, appointment scheduler, triage, prior authorizations and referrals and neighborhood administrative and physician support. Provides front line contact for the department/neighborhood by answering telephones, directing and responding to callers, relaying messages to appropriate recipients and greeting patients and visitors.

Retail Associate, Community Pet Supplies

communicating with customers in store and phone

– take delivery orders
– ring up customers on iPad based POS system
– engaging with customers and dogs when they come in
– stocking
– inventory control
– making sure store is clean and presentable

RF Technician III, BAE Systems

Good working knowledge of electronic circuitry and RF theory. Must be able to read and understand schematic diagrams and drawings. Must be able to trouble shoot to component level. Evaluate results of testing and troubleshooting and document with a non-conformance. Work collaboratively with peers and Engineering. Capable of using all commercial test equipment such spectrum analyzers, network analyzers, power meters, oscilloscopes and multi meters.


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