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Office Administrator
posajobs - Sarasota - Big Jake JobsSarasota, FL
Med Spa experience preferred.
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Machine Operator
posajobs - Sarasota - Big Jake JobsSarasota, FL
Maintain raw material inventory for Machine Shop. Duties: Perform basic machine tasks such as milling, turning, drilling, taping, deburring, and all bench operations including inspection; Produces and details a variety of small parts to conform to specifications; Performs finishing operations, such as electro-polishing, ultrasonic cleaning, media tumbling, etc.
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Shop Operator
posajobs - Sarasota - Big Jake JobsSarasota, FL
Prepares (masks) product for encapsulation.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Machine Maintenance
posajobs - Sarasota - Big Jake JobsSarasota, FL
Associated topics: automotive, customer service, field service, machine repair, maintenance, malfunction, mechanical, millwright, repair, service technician
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Retail Sales Associate
posajobs - Sarasota - Big Jake JobsSarasota, FL
Associated topics: cajera, cashier, customer service, customer service associate, deliver, delivering, retail sales consultant, sales, service associate, venta
Last updated 30+ days ago
Alarm Technician
posajobs - Sarasota - Big Jake JobsSarasota, FL
Knowledge of a wide range of alarm systems, fire alarm systems, access control systems, video & automation equipment.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Field Sales Rep W / Company Appointments
ADT Security ServicesSarasota, FL
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Full-time
Last updated 6 hours ago
Patient Care Technician
Memorial HospitalSarasota, FL
Florida licensure as Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT); Paramedic, or a military corpsman; or National licensure as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT); which must be maintained active during employment; or 2.)
Last updated 1 hour ago
Personal Banker Associate 1
Fifth Third BankSarasota, FL
Primarily focused on cross-selling to existing customer base and engaging in outside sales activities (i.e. Membership Advantage onsite presentations, business sales calls, community financial literacy events, etc.)
Last updated 12 hours ago
Central Sterile Technician - Non Certified
HCASarasota, FL
Sterile Processing Technician - No certification required
Full-time
Last updated 15 hours ago
Sales Supervisor
Ollie'sVenice, FL
The Sales Supervisor responsibilities include aspects of merchandising, customer service, and store maintenance.
Full-time
Last updated 14 hours ago
Cashier Associate
Big LotsVenice, FL
As a Cashier Associate, you'll: Greet and assist customers while maintaining the highest level of customer service; Maintain and operate point-of-sale systems efficiently and accurately; Drive customer loyalty program participation; Participate in the freight flow process.
Full-time
Last updated 15 days ago
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