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3M - TN: Production Operator (79885)
JOB APPLY URL:
https://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=f027fc8b1dc34d187f376f77f7157137

W-L Construction & Paving Inc
Sales Representative (68844)
JOB APPLY URL:
https://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=be5abe77e5b4e58db120b19cc6d953c9

Cooper Standard Automotive Inc.
Engineer, Quality
JOB APPLY URL:
https://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=6737f47866f311e588f2ebd65597bdc0

Cooper Standard Automotive Inc.
Manager, Quality Assurance II
JOB APPLY URL:
https://ars2.equest.com/?response_id=d63eade803d78a21c5e6c2fbc0730f02

Dickenson Co Ambulance Services
PO Box 1441
Clintwood, VA 24228
Fax 276-926-6915
Phone 276-926-8896
They can ask for Michelle or Thomas
FT, PT, and PRN positions at both the Clintwood and Norton offices of Dickenson Co Ambulance Service
For those certified as EMT-B, EMT-Advanced, EMT-Intermediate, and EMT-Paramedic

American Healthcare LLC/Heritage Hall
Housekeeper – Part Time
Big Stone Gap
https://www.irecruit-us.com/index.php?OrgID=I20120920&pg=initiallist&RequestID=550c34a4c24a8&olnew=1&slnew=1

American Healthcare LLC/Heritage Hall
Dietary Aide – Part Time
Big Stone Gap
https://www.irecruit-us.com/index.php?OrgID=I20120920&pg=initiallist&RequestID=55033d83c6348&olnew=1&slnew=1

American Healthcare LLC/Heritage Hall
RN/LPN – Full Time
Wise
https://www.irecruit-us.com/index.php?OrgID=I20120920&pg=initiallist&RequestID=550c34196c374&olnew=1&slnew=1

American Healthcare LLC/Heritage Hall
LPN
Clintwood
https://www.irecruit-us.com/index.php?OrgID=I20120920&pg=initiallist&RequestID=5508831ea01ca&olnew=1&slnew=1

Mountain States Health Alliance
Dickenson Community Hospital
CNA/Patient Care Provider, Outpatient Geropsych, DCH, 8am - 4:30p
https://msha.teds.com/teds-recruitment/index

Mountain States Health Alliance
Norton Community Hospital
Medical Staff Services Coordinator, Medical Staff Services, NCH, 8a-5p
Registration / Admission Clerk, Admissions, NCH, rotating shifts (PRN)
https://msha.teds.com/teds-recruitment/index

Mountain States Health Alliance
Indian Path Medical Center
Reg Respiratory Therapist (PT w Benefits) IPMC
https://msha.teds.com/teds-recruitment/index

Wellmont Health Systems
Holston Valley Medical Center
Charge Nurse, NLBC/Birthplace – Full Time
Diet Office – Full Time
Environmental Services Tech
Registered Nurse, Emergency Department – Full Time
Registered Nurse, D500 Stepdown,- Full Time
Registered Nurse, A-2 Cardiac Telemetry Unity – Full Time
http://www.wellmont.org/Careers/Job-Search/

Wallens Ridge State Prison
Corrections Officer - #69113
https://jobs.agencies.virginia.gov/applicants/jsp/shared/Welcome_css.jsp

Lowes
OSLG- Loader Store Seasonal Employee
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25239&siteid=5014&AReq=819144BR&Codes=LOWES

Lowes
CSA- Front End Store Seasonal Employee
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25239&siteid=5014&AReq=822788BR&Codes=LOWES

Lowes
FT-Sales Specialist Cabinets
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25239&siteid=5014&AReq=839681BR&Codes=LOWES

Lowes
Front Loader-Store Seasonal Employee.
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25239&siteid=5014&AReq=845089BR&Codes=LOWES

Lowes
Appliances-Store Seasonal CSA
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25239&siteid=5014&AReq=845093BR&Codes=LOWES

Lowes
Sales Specialist Plumbing
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25239&siteid=5014&AReq=847137BR&Codes=LOWES

Lowes
ISLG- CSA-Store Seasonal Employee
https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGWEbHost/jobdetails.aspx?partnerid=25239&siteid=5014&AReq=848298BR&Codes=LOWES

Serco
Customer Service Rep I
Clintwood
http://jobs.serco-na.com/virginia/administrative/jobid6828917-customer-service-rep-i%96-clintwood%B8-va-jobs

Walmart
Auto Care Center Manager Trainee
Jonesville, VA
http://jobs.walmart.com/virginia/retail-and-wholesale/jobid7190019-auto-care-center-manager-trainee-jonesville-va-jobs

Set and Service Resources
Ice Cream Reset
Jonesville, VA
http://www.snagajob.com/job-seeker/jobs/job-description.aspx?postingid=22712314&ref=xvsgeosolution_va

Family Dollar
VA Assistant Store Manager
Jonesville, VA
http://www.snagajob.com/job-seeker/jobs/job-details.aspx?postingid=21649960&item=1&searchid=b21179f3-ced0-580c-34f6-963fb8c1fb4f&src=title

Advanced Auto Parts, Inc.
Retail Parts Pro
Pennington Gap
http://www.snagajob.com/job-seeker/jobs/job-details.aspx?postingid=22491066&item=15&searchid=b21179f3-ced0-580c-34f6-963fb8c1fb4f&src=title

Advanced Auto Parts Inc.
Delivery Driver/Customer Service Delivery Team Member
Pennington Gap
http://www.snagajob.com/job-seeker/jobs/job-details.aspx?postingid=22491065&item=14&searchid=b21179f3-ced0-580c-34f6-963fb8c1fb4f&src=title

McDonalds
Big Stone Gap, St. Paul, Pennington Gap
Crew Person, Late-Night Shift
http://www.mcstate.com/careers/jobs/23715/11500/

McDonalds
Maintenance Person
Big Stone Gap, Pennington Gap, St. Paul
http://www.mcstate.com/careers/jobs/23714/11500/

McDonalds
Shift Manager
Big Stone Gap, Pennington Gap, St. Paul
http://www.mcstate.com/careers/jobs/14120/11500/

McDonalds
General Manager
Big Stone Gap, Pennington Gap, St. Paul
http://www.mcstate.com/careers/jobs/9085/11500/

PetSense
Norton VA
Store Associate with Career Potential
http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=qoc9Vfwo&v=1&page=Job%20Description&j=oi8lZfwu

PetSense
Norton, VA
Bather
http://hire.jobvite.com/CompanyJobs/Careers.aspx?c=qoc9Vfwo&v=1&page=Job%20Description&j=oCRQZfw2

Maurices
Sales Associate
Norton, VA
http://www.maurices.com/category/index.jsp?categoryId=3815212&cp=3779670

Sykes
Apply online at www.sykes.com/wise to start your new career with Sykes in Wise. We are hiring for classes to begin in May! Please contact us with any questions that you may have. You can either email natasha.jackson@sykes.com or call us 276-376-1300

Pizza Plus – Big Stone Gap
Delivery Driver(s) Needed
Qualifications Required:
18 years of age or older
Valid Driver’s License
Vehicle
Insurance on Vehicle
Good Driving record
When Applying bring a copy of:
Your Drivers License
Vehicle Insurance card
Vehicle in when you will be using on deliveries.
Fill out an application at the store.
Position(s) will be available until filled.

Brock Services
PAINTER
Reports to: Supervisor Classification: Non-Exempt
Occupational Craft: 052, 152, 252, 452
Category: Craft Date: February 14, 2014
JOB SUMMARY:
To apply paints, coatings and wall coverings by hand or use of mechanical devices.
PREREQUISITE:
Employee must be able to read and write, follow written and verbal instructions, interpret drawings and specifications, read warning signs and labels, and have strong communication skills. Employee must pass a color vision test and have the ability to identify paint colors required in the normal course of the job.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Work requires whole body flexibility, coordination, balance and agility including standing, walking, stooping, kneeling, squatting, bending, reaching and climbing for most of the shift. A significant amount of work is performed while working off ladder, scaffolds, and platforms. Most work activities are performed while grasping power and hand tools with grip force of up to 8 pounds. Most activities require a major amount of climbing, reaching upwards, downwards, and side to side which requires repetitive upper extremity movement requiring elbow, wrist, neck and back mobility. Must be able to wear a full face respirator and pass a pulmonary function test.
EXPOSURE:
May have respiratory or skin exposure to concrete and various chemicals that are used or manufactured throughout the jobsite. This includes, but not limited to, the various chemicals used in coatings, paints, solvents, and mastics.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Surface preparation may require hand sanding, wire brushing by hand, scraping, grinding, needle gun, pressure washing up to 5000 psi, and abrasive blasting.
2. Mix and/or apply paints, coatings, and wall coverings.
3. Must pass a Color Vision Test and have the ability to identify paint colors required in the normal course of the job.
4. Lift and carry material up to 50 lbs. and occasionally up to 100 lbs.
5. Apply paints, coatings, and wall coverings.
6. Use of hand and/or power tools.
7. Installation of wall coverings requires the use of measuring, cutting, and rolling devices.
8. Apply coatings by brushing, rolling, or spray application (conventional/airless).
9. Work in confined spaces.
10. Wear respiratory protection such as: Dust masks, 3M half mask, and full face respirator and pass a pulmonary function test.
11. Work at extreme heights.
12. Work in environments with extreme temperatures from 0 o - 144o
13. Must be able to comply with all safety regulations and procedures applicable to a chemical plant environment.
14. Regular reliable attendance and flexibility to work varied shifts and/or overtime as needed.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Perform other work as directed.


Brock Services
SCAFFOLD
REPORTS TO: Supervisor CLASSIFICATION: Non-exempt
OCCUPATIONAL CRAFT: 082, 182, 282
CATEGORY: Craft DATE: February 14, 2014
JOB SUMMARY:
Design, erect, modify and dismantle temporary work platforms for the following types of scaffolds: 1) tube and coupler, 2) tubular welded frame, 3) system, and 4) suspension.
PREREQUISITES:
Must be able to read and write, follow written and verbal instructions, and have strong communication skills. Must be capable of attending scaffold-training classes and learn various methods for scaffold assembly including their safe job application and OSHA regulations regarding scaffold types.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Work requires whole body flexibility, coordination, balance and agility. Standing, walking, bending, stooping, kneeling, reaching and climbing are essential functions performed during the work shift.
Work requires a significant amount of reaching upward, downward and side to side requiring repetitive upper extremity movement using elbow, wrist, neck and back mobility.
EXPOSURE:
May have respiratory and skin exposure to a variety of chemicals that are used or manufactured throughout the jobsite. May have exposure to fiberglass and/or mineral fiber insulation, paint, dirt, fly ash and coal dust. Exposure to rough edges, splinters from scaffold planks, toe boards, plyform, mud seals, and objects from overhead as well as airborne particles.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Must be able to perform job while grasping and handling scaffold components weighing up to 80 pounds. These can include posts, frames, planks, platforms, couplers, hand tools, and various other scaffold accessories.
2. Erect scaffolds according to sketches, oral and/or written instructions.
3. Load and unload scaffold materials from trucks being moved to and from the job site.
4. Use ratchet and sockets, combination wrench, hammer, saw, wire cutters, torpedo level, tape measure, and power tools such as skill saw, grinder and porta-band saw.
5. Assemble scaffold from ground to heights exceeding 125 feet utilizing bolting, clamping and tying methods.
6. Dismantle scaffolds and move material to other job sites.
7. Maintain data for job requirements such as pre-job assessment form, logging specific scaffold components on job tickets.
8. Count and band rental scaffold and prepare for shipment.
9. Must be able to comply with all safety regulations and procedures applicable to a chemical plant environment.
10. Regular reliable attendance and flexibility to work varied shifts.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Perform other work as directed.


Brock Services
ROOFER
REPORTS TO: Supervisor CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt
OCCUPATIONAL CRAFT: 066, 166, 266
CATEGORY: Craft DATE: February 14, 2014
JOB SUMMARY:
Cover roof with roofing materials such as built up, single ply membrane, modified, metal or shingles. Install roofing accessories such as flashing, curbing, stone, ballast, guttering, scuppers, expansion joints, etc.
PREREQUISITE:
Must be able to read, write, and have strong communication skills, climb/work along edges of various roof heights, and also be willing to work in crane basket, hi-ranger, grove/snorkel lift, work off step ladders, extension ladders, and scaffolding.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Work requires whole body flexibility, coordination, balance, climbing, stooping, kneeling, squatting, bending, and reaching. Repetitive motion with wrist due to installation process.
EXPOSURE:
May have respiratory or skin exposure to various chemicals that are used or manufactured throughout the job site. Other hazards include dust, hot roofing tar, splinters, flying particles, sharp edges on cutting tools such as saws, drills, knives, etc.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Carry materials weighing up to 70 pounds.
2. Remove old roofing.
3. Cut roofing paper to size using a knife and nail it to the roof in overlapping strips to form the base for roofing materials.
4. Align roofing material with edge of roof and overlap successive layers, gauging the distance of overlap with chalk line, or by the lines on the felt, single ply material or shingles.
5. Fasten composition shingles or sheets to roof with asphalt, cement or nails. Repetitive motion of wrists when flashing with roofing cements, roofing felts, etc. Apply metal roofs and flashing, apply EPDM roofs and flashing. Apply modified roof and flashing.
6. Cut strips of flashing and fit them into angles formed by walls, vents and intersecting roof surfaces.
7. When applying asphalt or tar and gravel to the roof, mop or pour hot asphalt or tar into roof base.
8. Apply gravel over top layer of tar roof using a shovel.
9. Operate mechanical roofing equipment such as boom trucks, snorkel lift and forklift.
10. Must be able to comply with all safety regulations and procedures applicable to a chemical plant environment.
11. Regular reliable attendance and flexibility to work varied shifts and/or overtime as needed.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Perform other work as directed.

Brock Services
INSULATOR
REPORTS TO: Supervisor CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt
OCCUPATIONAL CRAFT: 061,161
CATEGORY: Craft DATE: February 14, 2014
JOB SUMMARY:
Insulate piping and equipment throughout the plant using various types of insulation and materials according to T.E.D. specifications. Install steam tracing in piping and equipment according to T.E.D. specifications. Apply fireproofing material to tank skirts, steel beams, etc., according to T.E.D. specifications. Remove all types of insulation (except asbestos) from piping and equipment.
PREREQUISITE:
Must be able to read, write, and have strong communication skills. Must be able to read a tape measure, climb, and also be willing to work in a crane basket, hi-ranger, grove/snorkel lift, work off stepladders, extension ladders and scaffolding from ground to heights exceeding 125 feet. Driver’s license in good standing will be required to obtain stacker license through company, and license must remain in good standing in order to operate a stacker.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Work requires coordination, balance, climbing, stooping, kneeling, squatting, bending, and reaching. Must be able to wear a full face respirator and pass a pulmonary function test.
EXPOSURE:
May have respiratory or skin exposure to various chemicals that are manufactured or used throughout the jobsite. Irritant substances are: fiberglass, and mineral fiber insulation, calcium silicate dusts, vinyl acrylic mastics, asphalt bas sealers, portland containing cements, woven fiberglass cloths and fiberglass resin sealer. Metal jackets and straps with sharp edges and some metals laminated with lead, also various types of metal: aluminum, galvanized and stainless.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Carry materials weighing up to 50 pounds.
2. Insulate piping, equipment, ducts, boilers, vessels, and walls to prevent one or all of the following: freezing, employee safety, temperature level, noise, fireproofing, condensation and beautification.
3. Operate boom trucks, snorkel lifts and fork lifts.
4. Install steam tracing on piping and equipment prior to installing insulation.
5. Apply fireproofing and fire stop material to equipment, walls, beams, control and electrical rooms.
6. Install both permanent and reusable insulation.
7. Remove (de-insulate) insulation as needed.
8. May be trained for work in fab shop, sew shop, steam tracing and fireproofing.
9. Must be able to comply with all safety regulations and procedures applicable to a chemical plant environment.
10. Regular reliable attendance and flexibility to work varied shifts and/or overtime as needed.
NON-ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Perform other work as directed.


Brock Services
CLEANING SERVICES LABORER
REPORTS TO: Supervisor CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt
OCCUPATIONAL CRAFT: 046
CATEGORY: Craft DATE: February 14, 2014
JOB SUMMARY:
Keep premises of buildings in clean and orderly condition.
PREREQUISITE:
Employee must be able to read and write to follow work schedules and read and understand written instructions on the various cleaning agents and various containers. Must be able to understand and follow verbal instructions. May be required to meet Company guideline for issuance of Company driver’s license based on requirements of the job to which specifically assigned.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Work requires whole body flexibility, coordination, balance and agility including standing, walking, stooping, kneeling, lifting, squatting, bending, reaching and climbing stairs and steps for most of the shift. Some climbing of ladders is required to change overhead light tubes. A moderate amount of overhead reaching, neck extension and rotation, repetitive upper extremity movement requiring elbow and wrist mobility. One or two handed reaching overhead, forward and downward together with side to side up/down movement is required. Work may require the safe and efficient operation of pick-up or car type vehicle if required by specific job assignment.
EXPOSURES:
May have respiratory or skin exposure to various chemicals that are manufactured or used throughout the jobsite. Other hazards include irritant substances used in cleaning agents, dust and mold.
PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:
Vinyl gloves are worn when mixing or using irritants, safety glasses/goggles are worn when mixing or using irritants or when working in areas where airborne particles may be present; hard hats are worn when working in construction areas or in areas where a possibility exists of objects falling from overhead. Lab coats or other approved outerwear is worn in designated lab areas. There may be instances where employee is working in an are during a chemical spill or other airborne substances that would require the wearing of a respirator.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
2. Responsible for sweeping, mopping, dusting, vacuuming and spray buffing.
3. Clean restroom fixtures, showers, windows, walls, light fixtures, furniture, carpet, water fountains, microwaves, refrigerators, trash cans, brass, telephones, ashtrays, doors, door frames, and door glass.
4. Empty trashcans and recyclable items and transport outside and place in collection receptacles.
5. Replace light bulbs and place used tubes in disposal containers.
6. Pick up supplies from designated areas and replenish supply closets.
7. Remove lab glass from laboratories and place in outside collection receptacles.
8. Maintain supply closet in a clean and orderly fashion.
9. May be trained to clean up body fluids such as blood. (See Addendum)
10. Must be able to comply with all safety regulations and procedures applicable to a chemical plant environment.
11. Safety and efficiently operate pick-up or car type vehicle if required by specific job assignment.
12. Regular reliable attendance and flexibility to work varied shifts and/or overtime as needed.
NON- ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
1. Perform other duties as directed by supervisor.

Updated 3/31/15

Last updated: 3/31/2015 8:39:17 AM