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					                        CHESAPEAKE JOBS LISTING
                                      February 1, 2012
                                     CAREER SERVICES
                                  Office of Student Services
                                P.O. Box 8 Wye Mills, MD 21679
                        (410) 822-5400, 758-1537, or 228-4360, ext. 303

The Office of Career Services publishes this listing of job openings for
Chesapeake College students and residents of the community. Please follow the
application procedure outlined in each job announcement if you are interested in
applying for one of the positions. For more information please contact the Office
of Career Services at (410) 822-5400, 758-1537, or 228-4360, ext. 303.

Amick Farms (609) seeking experienced Poultry Production Workers. Description:
Production Workers must have at least 6 months to 1 year experience in debone department.
Must be able to handle various poultry styling cuts (first and second cut performed with knife).
Location: Hurlock, MD. No Minimum Education Requirement. Minimum Experience: 6 -12
months. Apply: Register with the Maryland Workforce Exchange www.mwejobs.com.
(Date listed: 2/2/12).

Babysitter Wanted (571) Looking for part-time help babysitting a 1 year old boy and 4 year
old girl . Up to 10 hours per week, flexible hours needed and located in Easton, Maryland.
Please call Jessica at 410-353-5972. (Date listed: 1/18/12).

Baltimore City Police Department (417) Take the Civil Service Test every Tuesday at 12:30
PM & 6:00 PM. Police Officer Trainee – Academy Pay: $41,290 and After Graduation Base
Pay: $42,290. Location: Baltimore Police Headquarters, Recruitment Unit, 601 E. Fayette St.,
Baltimore, MD 21202. Minimum Requirements: 20 ½ years of age; possess a valid driver’s
license; United States citizen and wear business attire. Benefits: Medical and Dental; 12 paid
vacation & 14 paid holidays; retirement plan and deferred compensation plan. For more
information call 877-PRIDE-PD or www.baltimorepolice.org. (Date listed: 8/11/11 - ongoing).

Bender Consulting Services, Inc. (133) is currently hiring bright, enthusiastic individuals with
disabilities to work with the Federal government in the Washington, DC Metro area, Philadelphia,
PA, Harrisburg, PA. Bender specializes in providing freedom through competitive employment. As
an individual with disabilities herself, CEO and host of “Disability Matters” on voiceamerica.com,
Joyce Bender believes that all qualified people should be given equal work opportunities. Apply
now if you are interested in career opportunities with the Federal government. Positions are
available in the following fields: Accounting, Administrative Support, Customer Service,
Security, Engineering, Finance, General Clerical, Information Technology, Law,
Management, Budget Analysis, Human Resources, Contract Administrator, and
Science. People with disabilities EMBRACE YOUR INDEPENDENCE by applying now. Contact
Sherry Homme at 412-446-4447; shomme@benderconsult.com orresume@benderconsult.com.
(Date listed: February/2012-ongoing)

Caregivers (247) Caregivers needed. There is free registration at www.care4hire.com to search
for Babysitting, Housekeeping, Tutoring, Elder/Companion Care, Pet Sitting, and other
miscellaneous services. There are jobs available throughout the United States and Canada.
mail@care4hire.com, 402-379-7811. (Date listed: February/2012-ongoing).




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Caroline Center (574) House Manager needed for Residential Program supporting individuals
with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Candidates must possess supervisory
experience and 3 years of experience in the human services field. Preference may be given to
applicants with an Associates Degree. Valid Driver’s license, clean driving record, effective
communication skills, and compassion for people with disabilities are required. Competitive
salary and benefits package offered, along with the opportunity to develop inspiring services and
supports. Apply: Please send resume to Caroline Center, Inc. P.O. Box 460 Ridgely, MD
21660, Attn: Brandi Geise, DHR or fax to: 410-630-5330 or email to
bgeise@carolinecenterinc.org. For consideration, resumes must be received no later than
February 15, 2012. (Date listed: 1/18/12).

Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s 2012 Internship Program is seeking:
    2012 Folklife Intern (547) Department: Center for Chesapeake Studies; Intern
      Supervisor: CBMM Folklorist. Scope: The Folklife Intern will work with CBMM staff to
      assist in the development of the fourth Chesapeake Folk Festival on July 28, 2012.
      He/she will organize and implement sections of the festival as well as assist on other
      festival sections as needed. Proposed Intern Schedule: 10-13, ideally beginning no
      later than May 29. Length of internship can be finalized with the department supervisor
      at the time of the job offer. Intern Goals and Responsibilities: Develop sections and
      narrative stages for festival; work with the staff to assist in the development of other
      festival areas as needed; oversee installation of areas of festival and draft text for festival
      signage and guidebook. Requirements: Must hold US citizenship. Current enrollment
      in a graduate or undergraduate degree program in Education, Museum Studies, History,
      Folklore, or related field Oral history documentation experience; ability to work with
      diverse audiences including children, families, volunteers, and older adults; strong written
      and communication skills; experience with Windows applications; ability to work pro-
      actively and independently on multiple tasks while maintaining quality and meeting
      deadlines; enthusiastic and customer satisfaction oriented personality and flexible hours;
      availability to work some weekends. Stipend: Full time interns are paid a stipend of
      $150 per week. Interns are paid for holidays, but not for time lost due to illness or
      personal leave. Co-ed, shared housing may available to interns on an as needed basis; a
      $50 refundable housing deposit must be made at time of signed intern agreement.
      Application Date: Applications are due by close of business Friday, February 24, 2012.
      Notice of acceptance for intern positions will be made by Monday, March 26, 2012.
    2012 Education Intern (548) Department: Education; Intern Supervisor: Director of
      Education. Scope: The Education Intern will work with the Education Staff to plan,
      teach, and evaluate summer education programs as well as expand future offerings.
      S/he will also create new content for and participate in summer festivals, assist in
      educational program promotion, and provide support for initiatives of the Education
      Department as needed. Proposed Intern Schedule: 10 – 13 weeks in the summer
      between June and September. Intern Goals and Responsibilities: Work with the
      staff to assist, instruct and evaluate 6-week Kids Club program; assist staff with planning,
      programming and implementation of our annual summer festivals; assist Education
      Department with marketing of school programs; develop and present family activities for
      summertime “Visitor Experience Initiative”; review, evaluate and revise the Family
      Activity Bag; and interpret using both thematic tours as well as building interpretation
      techniques. Requirements: Must hold US citizenship. Current enrollment in a graduate
      or undergraduate degree program in Education, Museum studies, or related field;
      Experience working with small children; ability to work with diverse audiences including
      families, volunteers, and older adults; strong communication skills and the ability to
      speak in public settings; experience with Windows applications; ability to work pro-
      actively and independently on multiple tasks while maintaining quality and meeting
      deadlines; enthusiastic and customer satisfaction oriented personality and flexible hours;



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         availability to work some weekends. Application Dates: Applications are due by close
         of business Friday, February 24, 2012.
     2012 Curatorial Intern (549) Department: Curatorial; Intern Supervisor: Curator,
         Collections Manager. Length of Internship: 10-13 weeks. Scope: Catalog and
         rehouse manuscript, photograph, or object collections. Learn data entry and research
         use of museum’s collections management database. Assist with exhibition or program
         research. Assist visiting researchers and help with museum special events. Proposed
         Intern Schedule: 10-13 weeks beginning Monday, June 4, 2011; Monday-Friday, 9
         a.m.-5 p.m. Length of internship can be finalized with the department supervisor at the
         time of the job offer. Intern Goals and Responsibilities: Goal is to provide an
         introduction to museum collections management and a variety of museum curatorial
         work. Expectations include attendance, the completion of accurate and complete catalog
         records, and proper handling of artifacts. Interns may also be asked to assist with
         museum special events on one or two weekends during the course of the internship;
         understand departmental and museum operations and policies; learn and improve
         specific collections and research skills and become familiar with the museum’s collections
         resources. Requirements: must hold US citizenship. Current enrollment in a graduate
         or undergraduate degree program in history, art history, anthropology, museum studies,
         or a related discipline preferred; ability to work with diverse audiences including children,
         families, volunteers, and older adults; strong written and communication skills;
         experience with Windows applications; ability to work pro-actively and independently on
         multiple tasks while maintaining quality and meeting deadlines and ability to lift up to 40
         pounds. Application Dates: Applications are due by close of business Friday, February
         24, 2012. Notice of acceptance for intern positions will be made by Monday, March 26,
         2012.
Application Procedure: The following additional items are required to complete your
application. Do not staple any of the required materials; they can be affixed with a paper clip if
necessary. We will not accept emailed applications. A cover letter indicating the internship for
which you are applying; A statement of no more than 500 words (two typewritten pages, double-
spaced), which explains how the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum internship fits with your
background and career goals. Include the reasons for your choice of specific departments or
programs for an internship. Also describe what you hope to achieve from the experience and
what you believe you can contribute; two letters of recommendation; official copies of your most
recent transcripts; your resume and a recent writing sample. Additional information on be found
on our website: www.cbmm.org. Mail Applications to: Robert Forloney, Director of the Kerr
Center for Chesapeake Studies, Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, Navy Point, P.O. Box 636, St.
Michaels, MD 21663, 410.745.4959, rforloney@cbmm.org, www.cbmm.org. (Date listed
12/16/11).

Chesapeake College beginning February 6, 2012, will be recruiting for the following positions.
Resumes will be reviewed until the position is filled.
    Mathematics Instructor (543) Salary: Based on qualifications and experience.
      Description: Faculty member will teach a variety of mathematics classes, with
      approximately half of teaching assignments in developmental mathematics instruction.
      Required: Master’s degree with at least 15 graduate credits in mathematics. Experience
      teaching mathematics to variety of student populations in traditional and modular,
      computer-based formats; willingness to teach in daytime and evening programs at two
      campus locations. Desired: Demonstrated experience in teaching developmental
      mathematics courses, community college teaching experience, knowledge of learning
      theories and diverse learning styles, ability to work cooperatively with colleagues, course
      redesign, use of MyMathLab/MyLabs+, online teaching, ability to teach 200 level math
      courses, assessment experience; ability to work cooperatively with other members of the
      college community and knowledge of and commitment to the community college mission.



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       Instructor of English (544) Salary: Based on qualifications and experience.
        Description: Primary teaching responsibility in development English classes; help lead
        implementation of a revised sequence of course offerings. Required: Master’s degree in
        English, Composition/Rhetoric or related area with emphasis in teaching basic writing;
        demonstrated commitment to teaching developmental students. Faculty member will
        teach primarily Developmental English courses. Desired: Background in teaching
        reading and experience in teaching college composition useful, as well as knowledge of
        learning theories, learning styles, alternative delivery systems, and assessment preferred.
        Experience working with diverse student population and a willingness to teach a diverse
        schedule is desired; ability to work cooperatively with other members of the college
        community and knowledge of and commitment to the community college mission.
     Instructor of Psychology (545) Salary: Based on qualifications and experience.
        Description: Responsible for teaching General Psychology, Human Growth and
        Development, Abnormal Psychology, and courses in Human Services program.
        Required: Master’s degree in Psychology; experience teaching psychology at the
        undergraduate level; experience teaching Human Growth and Development and
        Abnormal Psychology. Desired: The ability to teach courses in Human Services
        program, including instruction to human services, substance abuse, group dynamics, and
        interviewing; a willingness to teach at various campuses/times to include night classes
        and in electronic as well as face-to-face formats and actively support the department in
        the textbook selection, assessment of student learning outcomes, and program reviews
        are desired; ability to work cooperatively with other members of the college community;
        knowledge of and commitment to the community college mission.
     Instructor of Business (546) Salary: Based on qualifications and experience.
        Description: Accepting applications for a full-time economics/business faculty position
        available beginning August 2012. Responsibilities include conceiving, designing, planning,
        implementing, and evaluating the learning activities of students in entry level business
        and economics courses. Required: Master’s degree in Economics, Business or related
        field. Desired: Doctorate degree and Community college teaching experience are both
        desired.
Apply: For best consideration, please send a cover letter & resume to hr@chesapeake.edu.
Please reference the job to which you are applying in the subject heading. (Date listed:
12/16/11).
Chesapeake College is an equal opportunity employer who values the power of
diversity and the strength it brings to the workplace.

Chesapeake College, (530) Division of Continuing Education & Workforce Training’s
“Kids on Campus” program is recruiting “hands on”, experienced instructors for Engineering, CSI,
Culinary, Architecture & Structural Engineering and Computer Software Applications (Animation
software, SketchUp) for 2012 Kids on Campus program. The Program is designed for children
entering grades 1 through 11.
      One-week sessions will run June 27 – August 10th (multiple courses run each week)
      Both ½ day and full-day courses offered
      Competitive compensation, plus supply budget
      Scheduling classes so call NOW!!!
Contact Anne Slater, Director 410-827-5810 or amslater@chesapeake.edu. (Date listed:
1/13/12).

Chimes, Inc. (568) is expanding services to people with intellectual and developmental
disabilities on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. We are seeking a Director of Programs who will be
responsible for the development and operation of the IFC, FISS and CSLA programs. The
Director will be responsible for: Recruitment, certification, and placement activities; supervision
and support of care providers and independent contractors/health care agents and the services



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provided to individuals served. The Director will act as the primary liaison to the community,
governmental and other provider agencies within the Eastern Shore geographical areas of
service. Requirements: Effective communication skills, both oral and written, one to one and
groups; effective decision-making and problem solving skills; supervisory and staff development
skills; effective management skills with an ability to plan and implement systems that are
consumer focused, outcome oriented and ensures quality service delivery; demonstrates business
acumen in decision-making; ability to work independently and collaboratively with others; ability
to prioritize and manage multiple tasks effectively; ability to analyze data, recommends corrective
action, and adapts quality assurance systems and assessment tools to regulatory standards and
Agency policies and procedures; demonstrates integrity and ethical standards in job
performance; expertise in developing, writing, implementing and reviewing individual plans that
incorporate measurable goals, and focus on consumer advocacy and knowledge of regulatory
standards, government benefits and other resources with ability to access same for individuals
served. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred and a minimum of 2 years experience in a
health related field, preferably working with programs for people with intellectual and
developmental disabilities; progressively responsible experience in program development and/or
operations. Management experience preferred. Preference will be given to applicants who have
experience living and working on the Eastern Shore, have knowledge of state regulations and
experience accessing and coordinating services within the Region for IDD individuals. Must be
proficient in technology to include MS Word and computer applications to include, but not limited
to: email, scheduling, internet research, compilation and analysis of data. Must have a car and
acceptable driving record as determined by criteria established by the Agency’s insurance carrier
and by Agency policy. Chimes rewards excellence by providing a competitive compensation
package. Apply: Only qualified candidates, who send a letter of interest including salary
requirements and resume’, will be considered. Send information to schristie@chimes.org or via
fax at 410-358-6139. Qualified persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. (Date listed:
1/13/12).

Comfort Inn & Suites in Cambridge, MD is seeking an experienced and energetic staff:
    Housekeeper / Room Attendant (579) this position has overall responsibility
      for cleaning guest rooms and/or suites in a timely and thorough manner to ensure guest
      satisfaction. Responsibilities: Clean and service assigned rooms or areas according to
      established standards and procedures including making beds, dusting, vacuuming,
      cleaning and sanitizing bathrooms, removing trash etc. May include handling laundry,
      room refrigerator, coffee maker, microwave, etc. Notify supervisor when service is
      complete so rooms may be sold or occupied. Monitor and control supplies and amenities,
      and minimize waste within all areas of housekeeping. Report, turn in, and/or log all lost
      and found items according to established procedures. Room attendant promotes a
      positive image of the property to guests and must be pleasant, honest, friendly and
      should also be able to address guest requests and problems. You must also demonstrate:
      Initiative, positive attitude and a passion for guest service; Ability to effectively multi-
      task; Ability to write, speak and understand Basic English; Possess a flexible schedule to
      include, weekends and holidays and also must maintain organization image by
      demonstrating quality service at all times. Qualifications: High school diploma or
      general education degree (GED); and six months to one year related experience and/or
      training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
    Breakfast Attendant (580) we are currently interviewing candidates with food and
      beverage experience to manage our breakfast bar area. Must be a team player, customer
      service oriented people person, that enjoys life and takes pride in themselves and in the
      job that they do. Detail oriented and able to maintain the cleanliness of the public areas
      for dining and kitchen. Must be able to do a daily inventory and organize menus for the
      next day. Professional appearance a must. Hours are from 5:30am to 11:30am,
      weekdays and 6am to 12noon Saturday and Sunday. Previous experience is a plus but



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        will train the right person. You must also demonstrate: Initiative, positive attitude and a
        passion for guest service; Ability to effectively multi-task; Ability to write, speak and
        understand Basic English; Possess a flexible schedule to include, weekends and holidays
        and also must maintain organization image by demonstrating quality service at all times.
        Qualifications: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); and six months
        to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education
        and experience.
     Part Time Guest Service Agent (581) we are currently seeking an experienced and
        energetic Guest Service Agent to work in our well-appointed 65 guest room Comfort Inn
        & Suites property. If you have the desire to provide exceptional guest service, then we
        want to talk to you. The Guest Service Agent is responsible for providing quality guest
        services that include registration and check-out, and must be accurate with daily
        accounting procedures. Resolves guest challenges throughout their stay in the hotel.
        Upgrades guests, codes electronic keys, and makes appropriate selection of rooms based
        on guest needs. You must also demonstrate: Initiative, positive attitude and a passion
        for guest service; ability to effectively multi-task; knowledge of area shopping,
        restaurants; and possess a flexible schedule to include, weekends and holidays.
        Qualifications: High school diploma or general education degree (GED); and six
        months to one year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of
        education and experience.
Apply: Fax Resume to 410-901-0960 NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE Qualified applicants will be
contacted for interviews. (Date listed: 1/24/12).

Corsica River Mental Health Services, Inc. (582) Seeking licensed Mental Health
Therapist for clinic in St. Michaels (Part-time position). Clean background check & driving
record required. We offer a salary commensurate with credentials & experience. Apply: Send
resume by 1/30 to John Plaskon, Corsica River Mental Health Services, Inc., POB 718, Centreville,
MD 21617; or fax 410-758-1223; or Email cci@ccinconline.com EOE. (Date listed: 1/24/12).

Crossroads Community, Inc. (583) Established community based mental health provider
seeks flexible team-oriented professional +FT Program Coordinator for multi-faceted
psychiatric rehab program in Cambridge. Duties include overall program management,
supervising staff, and oversight of multiple facilities. Seeking candidate with leadership skills, BS
or MS, 3 years experience in mental health field, at least 1 year supervisory experience and clean
driving record. Licensure as mental health professional is a plus. Position offers a competitive
salary & excellent Benefits. Send resume and cover letter by 2/13/12 to Helen Lampman,
Crossroads Community, Inc., P.O. Box 718, Centreville, MD 21617; Fax 410-758-1223. E-mail
cci@ccinconline.com EOE. (Date listed: 2/3/12).

David Wheeler Honda KIA (561), if you are good with people and want to make money, you
may be a good candidate to work in our Sales Department in Easton. Many of our best
employees have come from outside with little experience. But, they had the right attitude. We
will train you. Apply: Speak with Steve Rapp - 410-822-7717. (Date listed: 1/9/12).

Dixon Valve & Coupling Company (606) seeking a Material Handler with CDL, Full Time.
Location: Chestertown, Maryland. Duties: Perform general material handling duties including
maintaining accurate inventory records, loading and unloading trucks and receiving raw
materials. Maintenance of production support equipment. Operate hand and power equipment
for material handling. Move trailers to and from loading docks and warehouse. Requirements:
CDL with a clean driving record; Forklift experience; Good basic math skills; Able to lift 70 pounds
occasionally throughout the shift; Well organized and accountable for own work; Great attitude
and attendance; and Successful completion of Drug Screen, Physical Test and Background Check.
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experience preferred with a High School Diploma or equivalent. Apply: Dixon Valve & Coupling
Company, Email resume to http://www.nationjob.com/jobapp/Short.cfm?jobID=DIVC118. Please
view our website at: http://www.dixonvalve.com. (Date listed: 2/2/12).

Dobson Lawn & Landscape, Inc. (598) seeking a Landscape Foreman (FT) with a
minimum of 2 years of experience. Primary responsibilities will be effective management of
landscape crew, landscape and hardscape installation, landscape maintenance and equipment
repairs. 40 hours per week plus overtime as needed and occasional Saturdays. Maryland driver’s
license with a clean driving record required. CDL beneficial; required physical medical exam for
DOT and knowledge of Spanish a plus. Other responsibilities include: ability to run heavy
equipment; ability to work efficiently with clients, contractors and laborers; monitoring of tools,
equipment, and machinery for job completion; track and record hours worked accurately. To
apply, Call 410-745-6935 or Fax Resume to 410-745-8129 or Email: dobsonlawn@yahoo.com
Contact person Tim Dobson Jr. You can also mail resumes to Dobson Lawn & Landscape Inc., PO
Box 1231, St. Michaels, MD. 21663. (date Listed: 1/25/12).

Eastern Shore Jobs, Inc. (605) is the premier location to learn about and pursue employment
opportunities from the beach to the bay. You will also learn why the Eastern Shore is a great
place to live and work! Eastern Shore Jobs is here as long as you need us. Ever wondered what
it would be like to live and work on the Eastern Shore? We are your resource!
http://www.easternshorejobs.com/. (Date listed: 2/2/12)

Easton Eye Care seeking a
     Medical Secretary (600) Part Time as a customer service professional to provide front
        desk services.    Candidate must be friendly, organized and dependable.            Strong
        organizational & computer skills and enjoyment of an energetic & diverse workplace are
        essential. Will answer phones, schedule and confirm appointments, give quotes for
        services, greet our patients at check-in and collect fees and bill insurance at check-out.
        We are a team oriented practice and very selective in our hiring.
     Eye Care Technician (601) Part Time to work directly with the doctors and is
        responsible for performing patient interviews, documenting medical history and
        conducting testing. Selected candidate will demonstrate exceptional people skills, a
        passion for quality service and an ability to learn quickly. Strong organizational &
        computer skills and enjoyment of an energetic & diverse workplace are essential.
        Medical office experience and training in medical terminology is preferred.
Our Part-time positions offer competitive benefits and salary commensurate with experience and
opportunity for advancement. Hiring wage is $10.50 - $11.55 based upon experience. Patient
pleasers forward your resume & salary history for prompt consideration. Fax: 410-82-2652 or
email: eastoneyecare@goeaston.net. (Date listed: 2/1/12).

Environmental Concern Inc. (599) is seeking a Wetland Education Intern to assist with
spring and summer programs. Gain Outdoor education experience; learn about wetlands and
watersheds; help youth connect to the environment and the Chesapeake Bay; attend and assist
with professional development trainings and assist with wetland restoration and conservation
landscaping projects. This position will involve a 30 hour per week commitment beginning in
May and ending in August 2012. A weekly stipend is available and will be based on candidate
experience. Applicants who have completed college level coursework in Education,
Environmental Studies or a related field will be given preference. A current Maryland driver’s
license is required. Intern must be able to lift 45 pounds and work in all weather conditions.
Contact Sarah Hilderbrand for more information at 410-745-9620 or dir.educate@wetland.org.
We are located in St. Michaels, Maryland – www.wetland.org. (Date listed: 1/31/12).




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Express Employment Professionals (576) are recruiting for experienced individuals in Office
Services, Sales and Marketing, Engineering and Light Industrial.      Benefits are available
immediately. Current Openings:
     Customer Service in Salisbury; must have professional customer service experience
        and be proficient with Microsoft Office.
     Warehouse in Stevensville. Experience with pick and pack preferred. Background
        checks will be completed.
     Machine Operator in Stevensville, 1-2 years of experience required, full-time day shift
        openings. Starts at $9/hour.
Apply: 29466 Pintail Drive, Suite 1, Easton MD, or call 410-820-8888 or email:
eastonmd@expresspros.com. (Date listed: 1/19/12).

Exterior Enhancements, Inc. (610) seeking Landscape/Hardscape Foreman (FT) with a
minimum of two years of experience (not lawn mowing) We Install, construct and maintain
landscape plantings, patios, segmental retaining walls, sidewalks, water features and fencing as
well as perform drainage work, grading and seeding or sodding, and detailed estate
maintenance. Compensation based on experience. Performance: Teach new crew members
procedures and production techniques; Do job layout with minimum assistance; Demonstrate
ability to run projects with little assistance; Demonstrate ability to read blueprints and implement
accurately. Physical Performance and Skills: Instruct others and assist in moving, handling
and installing plant material; Perform skill oriented tasks while instructing others; Ability to lift,
carry and move heavy objects regularly 50lb.+; Fill out job worksheets accurately recording times
and materials used on each job, turn in receipts and other applicable paperwork. Human
Relations: Act as main contact with clients on a daily basis; Motivate and teach co-workers and
Maintain a professional image. Equipment and Company Property: Maintain clean driving
record and DOT physical card; Demonstrate ability to safely operate dump trucks including all
trailers and equipment; Be responsible for pre-trip inspections of equipment and vehicle daily;
          Demonstrate ability to safely operate small and large equipment; Train co-workers on
proper equipment usage and Be responsible for having the correct tools, materials and
equipment needed to complete assigned work on a daily basis. Essential Functions: Physically
capable of traveling alone to various job sites; Excellent problem solving skills and ability to
improvise when needed to complete the task at hand; Capable of producing a productive, goal
oriented work process by motivating and leading other people by example. Apply: Please send
your resume and references to mbeaven@verizon.net to be considered. (Date listed: 2/2/12).

Family Assistant (Part-Time) (607) we are looking for a loving, caring, and energetic person
to help our family. The family helper will provide care to 19-month old twins and an elderly
grandfather and help with house cleaning. The hourly rate depends on experience. Duties
include a variety of care-giving responsibilities, including but not limited to:
        ·       Making baby formula, Feeding and giving Sippy cups to babies.
        ·       Playing with babies, reading to them, changing diapers and giving baths to babies.
        ·       Organizing baby clothes, toys and equipment.
        ·       Preparing and serving Grandpa Breakfast (usually cereal), lunch, and Glucerna
                supplements.
        ·       Assisting Grandpa to Doctor Appointments.
        ·       Laundry, dusting, sweeping, mopping and other cleaning.
        ·       Other baby, elder-care, and family tasks as needed.
Apply: If interested, please e-mail resume and qualification information to Therese Woods at
therese.woods@baybroadband.net. (Date listed: 2/2/12).




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Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay
     Community Outreach Aide (586) - Reports to: Director of Membership & Marketing
        OR assigned Community Development Managers(s) Location: Varies. Objective: The
        Outreach Aide will be responsible for facilitating Outreach programs for girls age 5-17
        years. Program will include regular meetings, participation in Council Product Sales, and
        at least one field trip per program.
     Membership Community Development Specialist, Central (587) under the
        guidance of a Membership and Community Development Director, the Membership and
        Community Development Specialist develops, retains, and increases girl and adult
        membership in assigned regional areas. The Specialist recruits and provides ongoing
        support to volunteers; assists in developing and implementing plans for membership
        extension in all markets; represents and extends Girl Scouting in the community through
        presentations, collaborative efforts, and networking; and ensures the Girl Scout
        Leadership Experience is accessible within assigned area or for specific demographic
        groups.
       2012 Camp Grove Point Staff Positions Do you have a passion for working
        with young women in the outdoors? Are you looking for a rewarding and fun
        summer job? If so, we are looking for creative, adventurous and energetic individuals
        who have special talents or interests, and would like to help girls realize their full
        potential, gain self-confidence and become future leaders. Join us for a summer you will
        never forget! Do you have a passion for working with young women in the outdoors?
        Are you looking for a rewarding and fun summer job? If so, we are looking for creative,
        adventurous and energetic individuals who have special talents or interests, and would
        like to help girls realize their full potential, gain self-confidence and become future
        leaders. Join us for a summer you will never forget!
        Assistant Camp Director (588) Salary Range: approx $3,000; Employment
        Dates: May 16- August 17, 2012; Minimum age: 21 with Driver’s License;
        Prerequisites: Previous supervisory, administration and camp experience required.
        Supervised by: Camp Director; Supervises: Unit Counselors, Counselors and
        Culinary Coordinator. Position Description: The Assistant Camp Director oversees the
        quality of program and supports the Unit Counselors and Counselors. Main
        responsibilities are to plan, organize and manage camp programs and schedule. In
        addition, they direct the Unit Counselors and Counselors and ensure they have the tools
        and training needed to do their job.
        Business Manager (589) Salary Range: approx $2,500; Employment Dates: May
        16- August 17, 2012; Minimum age: 21 with Driver’s License; Prerequisites:
         Previous camp experience. Supervised by: Camp Director. Position Description:
        The Business Manager will be responsible for the business processes within the camp
        office. Main responsibilities include but are not limited to, record keeping, answering the
        phone, camper and staff sign/sign out logs, maintenance requests and attendance
        records. Additional responsibilities may include camper photographs, camper mail
        delivery, purchasing of supplies and equipment and reviewing financial records.
        Program Manager (590) Salary Range: approx $2,500; Employment Dates: May
        16- August 17, 2012; Minimum age: 21 with Driver’s License; Prerequisites:
         Previous camp experience. Supervised by: Camp Director; Supervises: Aquatics
        Coordinator, Program Staff and Volunteers. Position Description: The Program
        Manager will be responsible for coordinating and supervising the daily camp program and
        schedule, all-camp events, and Teen Mentoring Awards (Program Aides and Counselors-
        In-Training). In addition, the program director oversees all program area supplies and
        assists with travel camp itineraries.
        Health Coordinator (591) Salary Range: approx $3,000; Employment Dates:
        June 3- August 17, 2011; Minimum age: 21 with Driver’s License; Prerequisites:



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     Previous medical experience/comfort level, RN preferred. Supervised by: Camp
    Director; Position Description: The Health Coordinator is responsible for the health
    and well being of the camp community. Responsibilities include the management and
    distribution of prescription and over the counter medication. Other duties include
    management of health records, maintenance of health center, upkeep of first aid and
    wellness supplies, supervision of physical and emotional wellness of campers and staff,
    emergency drills, Lost and Found property and distribution of camper information to
    appropriate areas.
   Culinary Coordinator (592) Salary Range: approx $2,500; Employment
    Dates: June 3- August 17, 2012; Minimum age: 21 (Driver’s License Preferred);
    Prerequisites: Previous culinary experience/comfort level preferred. Supervised by:
    Asst. Camp Director; Supervises: Culinary Assistants (1-5). Position Description:
    The Culinary Coordinator has full responsibility for all aspects of the Food Service
    Program at camp. This includes menu planning, food preparation, supervision of culinary
    team, supply ordering, facility maintenance, compliance with all aspects of health and
    safety for food service. The Culinary Coordinator is responsible for providing healthy,
    child friendly and unique meals in a family style setting, planning alternate menus for
    special diets and providing a high quality vegetarian option at all times. The Culinary
    team is also responsible for accurately “packing out” supplies and equipment for cook-out
    experiences and trip and travel experiences.
   Aquatics Coordinator (593) Salary Range: approx $2,300; Employment
    Dates: June 3- August 17, 2012; Minimum age: 21 (Driver’s License Preferred).
    Prerequisites: Waterfront Lifeguard Certification Required, or willingness to complete
    upon arrival at camp. Must have the ability to supervise and instruct programs in
    kayaking and sailing. Must have a level of comfort in operating a motorboat. The
    candidate must possess or have a willingness to complete a Boater’s Safety Certification
    Course. Supervised by: Program Director; Supervises: Aquatics Counselors (1-2).
    Position Description: The Aquatics Coordinator is responsible for ensuring that the
    highest standards of safety and quality programming are met in both pool and open
    water environments. They must have the ability to instruct and supervise staff and
    campers in the areas of swimming, canoeing, kayaking and sailing. They are also
    responsible for coordinating professional development exercise, safety drills and
    implementation of the camp-wide aquatic safety protocols. The ability to rig and sail
    small Sunfish, and Laser is necessary. Experience with slightly larger Sloop-rigged boats
    is preferred.
   Unit Counselor (594) Salary Range: approx $2,200; Employment Dates: June 6-
    August 17, 2012; Minimum age: 21 (Driver’s License Preferred). Prerequisites:
    None; Supervised by: Asst. Camp Director. Position Description: Unit Counselors
    will be working throughout the season with a variety of groups and ages in both Resident
    and Day Camp combinations. They will participate in offerings that can include horseback
    riding, swimming, boating, drama, music, cooking, outdoor living skills and more. Unit
    Counselors should be prepared to learn new skills and share experiences with a wide
    variety of ages and activities. Unit Counselors will support and direct 8-15 campers of
    assorted ages, and 1-5 members of staff and Leadership Campers (such as Program
    Aides and Counselors-In-Training) in all aspects of daily life at camp. All have the
    responsibility of creating a high-quality experience, ensuring the emotional and physical
    safety of their campers and staff, ensuring that the experience is girl driven and girl
    focused, and working as a leader in the camp community to create a culture of
    empowerment and enthusiasm for everyone!
   Counselor (595) Salary Range: approx $2,000; Employment Dates: June 6-
    August 17, 2012; Minimum age: 18; Prerequisites: None; supervised by: Asst.
    Camp Director. Position Description: Arguably the “Heart and Soul of
    Camp,” Counselors play a vital role in creating an empowering and enthusiastic camp



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       culture! Unit Counselors will be working throughout the season with a variety of groups
       and ages in both Resident and Day Camp combinations. Always challenging and
       rewarding, a Counselor’s primary focus at all times is on the girls. Counselors provide a
       unique blend of instruction, friendship, leadership and wackiness found only in the magic
       of camp. Counselors are responsible for creating a high-quality camp experience,
       highlighting the individuality of each camper. Be prepared to teach exciting lessons in
       archery, play games in the pool, explain and demonstrate new skills, and to sing wildly at
       the top of your lungs.
    Aquatics Counselor (596) Salary Range: approx $2,000; Employment Dates:
       June 6- August 17, 2012; Minimum age: 18; Prerequisites: Waterfront Lifeguard
       Certification Required. Ability to supervise and instruct programs in swimming, canoeing,
       kayaking, and sailing. Supervised by: Aquatics Coordinator. Position Description:
       The Aquatics Counselor will be responsible for ensuring the highest standards of safety
       and quality programming are met in both pool and open water environments. In the
       absence of the Aquatics Coordinator, the Aquatics Counselor must have the ability to
       instruct and supervise staff and campers in the areas of kayaking and sailing and must
       be willing to gain a comfort level in operating motorboats. The ability to rig and sail small
       Sunfish, and Laser is necessary. Experience with slightly larger Sloop-rigged boats is
       preferred.
    Culinary Assistant (597) Salary Range: approx $2,000; Employment Dates: June
       6- August 17, 2012; Minimum age: 17; Supervised by: Culinary Coordinator.
       Position Description: The Culinary Assistant will assist in all areas of the Food Service
       department including duties in food preparation, dish washing, extensive cleaning,
       “packing out” for trip and cook-out experiences, managing stock and ensuring the
       highest quality food service experience.
Apply: Please direct all inquiries and expressions of interest to Monica Conlin at
mconlin@cbgsc.org Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay is an equal opportunity employer,
committed to affirmative action. (Date listed: 1/26/12).
HCR ManorCare (10) works with patients and their families to design an individualized plan of
care that best addresses patient needs or those of their loved one. Being a leading provider of
post-acute and rehabilitation services along with our nearly 60,000 employees has made us the
preeminent care provider in the industry. Quality care for patients and residents is provided
through a network of more than 500 skilled nursing and rehabilitation centers, assisted living
facilities, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, and hospice and home health care agencies. Discover
the satisfaction of being part of the HCR ManorCare team providing more positive outcomes for
everyone in our communities. HCR ManorCare offers their therapists: -The leading owner and
operator of long-term care centers in the United States; -Network of more than 500 long-term
care centers, assisted living facilities, outpatient rehabilitation clinics, and home health care &
hospice offices; -Medical/Dental; -Vision Discount Plan; -Legal Services Plan; -Educational
Assistance; -Credit Union Membership; -Retirement. The following positions are available:
Physical Therapist – Plans and administers prescribed physical therapy treatment program for
patients/residents to restore function, relieve pain, and prevent disability following illness,
disease, or injury. As a Physical Therapy professional with ManorCare, you will enjoy significant
advantages that only can be found with an industry leader. Outstanding advancement
opportunities, qualified colleagues, cutting edge programs and continually expanding services can
all have an impact on your future. Physical Therapist Assistant – Performs physical therapy
programs under the general supervision of a physical therapist unless the state practice is
described differently. As a Physical Therapy Assistant professional with ManorCare, you will enjoy
significant advantages that only can be found with an industry leader. Outstanding advancement
opportunities, qualified colleagues, cutting edge programs and continually expanding and
services can all have an impact on your future. Occupational Therapist – Plans and
administers prescribed occupational therapy treatment program for patients/residents to facilitate
rehabilitation following illness, disease, or injury. As an Occupational Therapy professional with


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ManorCare, you will enjoy significant advantages that only can be found with an industry leader.
Outstanding advancement opportunities, qualified colleagues, cutting edge programs and
continually expanding services can all have an impact on your future. Certified Occupational
Therapy Assistant – Perform occupational therapy programs under general supervision of an
Occupational Therapist. Assist in administering programs involving functional skills. Instruct,
motivate and assist residents in learning and improving functional skills. Speech Language
Pathologist – Plans, organizes, and conducts speech therapy program to facilitate rehabilitation
of patients/residents following illness, disease or injury. As a Speech Language Pathology
professional with ManorCare, you will enjoy significant advantages that only can be found with an
industry leader. Outstanding advancement opportunities, qualified colleagues, cutting edge
programs and continually expanding and services can all have an impact on your future. Contact
James Glover at 866-427-2004 ext 110, fax 877-479-2652, or email james.glover@hcr-
manorcare.com. (Date listed: February 2012-ongoing)

Home Health Aide (585) for elderly couple on Kent Island; personal care, meals, meds;
experience preferred; Part time: T, W, Thu evenings and/or weekend days; $12.00/hr; must pass
background check. Apply: email: kmcq1830@verizon.net. (Date listed: 1/24/12).

Job Fairs
    Tractor Supply (577) February 8, 9 & 10 from 8 am-3 pm at the Talbot One-Stop
       Career Center, 301 Bay Street, Suite 301, Easton, MD. Front conference Room.
       Interviews conducted during event, be sure you are registered in MWE. Variety of
       positions available. (Date listed: 1/23/12).
    Allen Harim Foods, LLC (578) February 14th from 9 am-1 pm at the Talbot One-
       Stop Career Center, 301 Bay Street, Suite 301, Easton, MD. Front conference
       Room. 40 positions being filled for Production Workers. (Date listed: 1/23/12).

    Kiddie Academy of Kent Island (598) Experienced Early Childhood Education
    Director wanted for an exciting leadership opportunity with a national child care provider in
    Stevensville, MD. Knowledge of best practices, budget management, and positive team
    building required. Responsibilities include oversight of the day to day operation of a
    medium-sized Center providing quality child-centered educational services for children ages 2
    years– 12 years. Ideal candidate is a proactive, solution-oriented leader with excellent
    organizational and communication skills and a proven record of maintaining effective
    relationships with staff, parents and children. Associates degree in ECE or related field
    required –Bachelors preferred. Knowledge of Maryland State compliance standards and
    regulations and NECPA/NAEYC Accreditation protocols required. We offer a competitive salary
    with an excellent benefits package. Send resume and cover letter to
    kiddieacademyofkentisland@gmail.com or fax 410-604-1327. (Date listed: 1/30//12).

LaMotte Company seeking a
    Production Coordinator (517) 2nd Shift. You will report to 2nd shift Prod. Mgr.;
        supervise staff of six; oversee production, safety, efficiency & compliance with all SOPs,
        and work closely with QC Tech to assure product meets quality specs. Requires
        operating equipment, assembling and recordkeeping, mechanical aptitude and
        supervisory skills. Must be able to transport up to 50 pounds and handle a pallet jack
        loaded with cases of product (450 pounds). Monday thru Friday, 3:45 pm to 12:30 am.
        Includes great benefits. (Date Listed: 1/13/12)
Apply or send resume to: LaMotte Company, 802 Washington Ave., Chestertown, MD 21620 or
email to mcoakley@lamotte.com.




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Maryland State Lottery Agency (565) seeking a VLT Casino Compliance Officer (12-
2043-966) Administrative Specialist III. This is a position-specific recruitment for the
Maryland Lottery Agency. The resulting eligible list will be used to fill several positions at the
various casinos throughout the State of Maryland. Location: Statewide. Salary Range:
$32,091 to $50,563 (starting $35,700). Duties: Casino Compliance Officers are responsible for
performing casino compliance duties at the Maryland State Lottery Agency licensed gaming
facilities. Employees in these positions are responsible for certifying revenue from the Video
Lottery Terminals (VLT), receiving complaints from the public, receiving shipments of State-
owned equipment, monitoring facility employees and vendors and ensuring that various aspects
of the casino’s internal controls and security surveillance and responsible gaming plans are
adhered to, performing licensing functions and ensuring the integrity of the VLT gaming
operation. In addition, employees in these positions are responsible for conducting
investigations, when warranted into the following: operation of the VLT, maintenance of the VLT
and associated equipment and software and any other investigations as the Lottery may deem
necessary. The Casino Compliance Officer will be based at various Maryland locations and will
report to the Maryland State Lottery Agency headquarters in Baltimore when necessary. These
positions report to the Casino Compliance Manager. Individuals must be willing to work all shifts,
and are deemed essential employees during a declared State Emergency. Employees in these
positions are subject to call-in 24 hours per day. Minimum Qualifications: Completion of 60
credit hours at an accredited college or university and two years of experience in administrative
or professional work. Notes: Candidates may substitute experience at the rate of one year of
administrative or professional experience for 30 credit hours of education for up to 60 credit
hours of the required education; and candidates may substitute a bachelor’s degree from an
accredited college or university for the required education and experience. Preferred
Qualifications: (Please document this information on your application for full consideration.):
Law enforcement experience (including investigative or undercover); military experience;
experience working in security; experience working in a casino and experience writing
investigative reports. Please note on your application if you are bilingual. List the language(s) in
which you are fluent. Examination: The examination will consist of a rating of training and
experience. Applicants will be rated based on the information provided on their applications.
Therefore it is important to complete your application accurately and completely. You must
report all experience and education that is related to this position. Make certain to describe your
job duties and responsibilities and the amount of time you spent at each job. Apply: Applicants
must submit a completed State of Maryland (MS-100) job application to: Yvonne Clark-Drayton,
Human Resources Officer, Human Resources Department, Maryland State Lottery Agency, 1800
Washington Blvd., Suite 330, Baltimore, MD 21230. Applications may be obtained from the
Maryland State Lottery Agency’s Human Resource Division or by visiting:
www.workformaryland.com. Closing Date is Open and Continuous (Date listed: 1/11/12).

Massage Therapists and Estheticians: (557) Grand opening of Hand and Stone in
Annapolis Harbour Center in early January, 2012. Hand and Stone is rapidly expanding across
the US and provides massage and facials and waxing services 7 days a week. We are seeking
candidates that are professional, enthusiastic, and motivated with excellent communication skills.
Part time and Full time positions are available. Evening and weekends required. We provide:
Flexible schedules; ongoing training; steady clientele; product supplies; energetic and supportive
environment and variable commission based on performance. Therapist requirements:
Customer service oriented; ability to perform Swedish, Deep Tissue and Hot Stone; ability to up
sell clients; skilled, knowledgeable and experienced.
Esthetician requirements: Customer service oriented; Ability to perform customized facials
using Dermalogica and Clarity products, peels, microdermabrasion and waxing; ability to up sell
clients; skilled, knowledgeable and experienced and continued training in provided advanced
skincare techniques. Apply: Please email resume to awolfe@handandstone.com and/or call




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Anne Wolfe, Owner, at 410-980-9217. Please provide available hours and indicate level of
flexibility. (Date listed: 1/4/12).

Miltec UV (535) is hiring for 3 positions.
     Quartz Fabricator Trainee - Perform production processes in Bulb Shop that require
         entry-level quartz fabrication skills. Learn the processes, procedures, and techniques
         required to assume duties and responsibilities of Quartz Fabricator Learn entry-level
         quartz fabrication techniques, and the operation of manual lathes, automated equipment,
         manual or electronic test and inspection tools. Inspection and Testing of quartz
         fabrications using required tools, fixtures and gages. Learn proper use of oxygen/
         propane torches. Salary: Hourly: $11.00- $11.50.
     Electromechanical Assembler - Perform manufacturing duties to include making of
         liners, shutters and cables, ignition bulbs, and various other part assemblies. Assemble
         electrical back panels/cabinets. Assemble and wire lamp housings. Read blueprints for
         assembly and fabrication. Maintain clean work environment. Follow published Work
         Instructions and Procedures. Salary: Hourly: negotiable, depends on experience.
     Electronics Technician/Designer - Design, build and troubleshoot UV power supplies,
         electronic systems and instrumentation. Hands-on approach to testing and developing,
         improving and repairing UV equipment. Associates Degree in Electrical/Electronic
         Engineering required. Proficient Basic AutoCAD, Solidworks or similar software.
         Proficient in use of electronic testing equipment. Salary: Hourly: negotiable, depends
         on experience.
Apply: Please email your resume and cover letter to HR@miltec.com or fax: 410-604-2906.
(Date listed: 12/7/11).

myNPN (586) A Pre-launch Internet Company seeks Editor(s) to provide continuity for web site
and peripherals written over the past six years by countless contributors. This is not a write-
from-scratch project. All documents listed below have been edited and revised hundreds of
times at/by several universities, business incubators, and nonprofit professionals. Following are
documents that need to be edited and finalized for our web developer in the Philippines:
Business Plan #1 - 25 pages; Business Plan #2 - 20 pages; Financials (Excel) - 25 pages; Web
site content/slides/graphic presentations - 1500 pages, plus or minus and Proposal(s) to venture
capitalists/angels for funding - 5-10 pages. Principals have decades of service to colleges and
universities; Project should qualify for College Internship credit or major writing project college
credit. We will contact your institution of higher education to assist in getting successful applicant
with appropriate credit. If you are college grad and/or seeking employment in creative
writing/marketing or editing, successful completion of this project assures position with new
company, once funded. Management might consider two or more contributing editors if scope
and scale is too demanding for one person. If site is not funded, principals will provide suitable
references. Make good use of that creative writing or marketing degree. Work yourself into an
internet job. Become the web site manager/evangelist/contributing editor for our web site. We
look forward to interviewing qualified candidates at your campus next week. Contact person:
Bob Gearhart, CEO, myNPN, 27940 Peach Orchard Road, Easton, MD 21601 (410) 829-3744.
(Date listed: 1/24/12).

Nannies4hire.com (49) Over 700 families registered at www.nannies4hire.com. We have Full-
time, part-time, short-term live-in and live-out positions available nationwide. Register online at
www.nannies4hire.com to view and contact families directly. (Date listed: Feb. 2012-ongoing)

Nannies of Nebraska (93) has been in business since 1987. We receive new families daily.
Jobs are available nationwide.        Nannies must make a one-year commitment.           General
responsibilities include: childcare, light housekeeping, grocery shopping, errands, driving, and


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laundry for children and light meal preparation. The family is responsible for your transportation
to the job and home after your commitment. Call 1-800-730-2444 to apply, or apply online at
www.nanniesofnebraska.com. (Date Listed: February 2012 - ongiong)

N R L & Associates, Inc. (608) seeking a CNC Machine Operator (Computer Numerically
Controlled Machine Operator). Location: STEVENSVILLE, MD. Job Description: Operate and
monitor a CNC mill or CNC lathe. Employee must have the ability to understand and interpret
blueprints. Employee must be able to learn how to make adjustments to machine. Salary: $9.00
to $12.00 per hour. Apply: Register with the Maryland Workforce Exchange www.mwecom.jobs
(Date listed: 2/2/12).

Office of Representative Andy Harris, M.D. (398) is announcing Internship Program for
college students. It is an opportunity to gain first-hand knowledge of Capitol Hill, the legislative
process and the unique communities and constituents of Maryland’s First Congressional District.
The Internships are unpaid and offered on a full or part-time basis. Work hours are from 9 AM to
5 PM, Monday through Friday. Requirements: 2.8 GPA; willingness to work at least 10 hours
per week; interpersonal communication skills; mature and responsible attitude; ability to multi-
task, prioritize; strong writing and speaking skills; familiarity with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook
and Adobe and have completed at least one semester f college-level work prior to beginning the
internship. Priority is given to students from the First District). Responsibilities: Opening mail;
answering telephones; entering computer data; referring letters sent by other Member’s
constituents; responding to constituent requests; attending congressional hearings and lectures
(DC); assisting with special projects, including legislative research; assisting with constituent
casework (District offices) and other special projects important to the Congressman’s office.
Interns are accepted throughout the year. Apply: For more information please call Miles Butz at
410-643-5425 or email miles.butz@mail.house.gov. (Date listed: 9/1/11).

Practically Perfect Nanny (85) a childcare referral business looking for Nannies and
Babysitters. Nanny and Babysitter candidates will be screened and interviewed. Qualified
candidates will be referred to families in need of child care based on the family’s needs and
preferences. Child care related experience and education is preferred. For information or to
schedule an interview, call Rhonda Becker, 443-262-1500.                   Mail resume to
placement@practicallyperfectnanny.com. (Date listed: February 2012 - ongoing)

Preservation Green (570) we are seeking an Intern with Architectural, Landscape Design or
Planning Major with a focus on Green Technologies to work in our Oxford, Maryland office on
architectural and landscape related projects on the Eastern Shore. These projects involve
synthesizing historic preservation, energy efficiency use, green technologies and sustainability
issues with good design. Specifically, the position would focus on assisting us with the
development of our new Horticultural Design Center on a commercial property in Oxford,
showcasing green technologies and optimum storm water management principles and designs.
The intent is to create a private example of what can be done on a small property and then
expand the concepts through grant applications to the surrounding community of this small
Historic town on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, thereby helping in a small way to improve the quality
of the Tred Avon River and Chesapeake Bay beyond. The site is low-lying and subject to
frequent flooding (as are most of the adjacent homes, many of which are low-income). The
position would involve assisting us in our Oxford office; fieldwork and mapping existing
conditions, grant applications, research on green and sustainable architectural and landscape
technologies and best practices, AutoCAD drafting and general office support. We are a small,
family architecture and landscape practice, working on private residential design and also public
projects in the US, Caribbean, Europe and South America. All projects are documented using
AutoCAD, for MACs. Proficiency with computers (MACs) and other programs: Photoshop, Excel,
photo archiving software, and word also required. Design sensibilities preferred with some



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construction document experience helpful. Firm command of the English language is essential.
Apply: Send all letters of interest and CVs to: Philip Logan at Philip@preservationgreenllc.com.
(Date listed: 1/13/12).

Prince George’s Community College (212) Go to http://jobs.pgcc.edu for available jobs,
required hours, qualifications, criteria and to apply online, or call 301-322-0613 (voice) to request
an application. TTY users call thru MD Relay (7-1-1). Prince George’s Community College, Largo,
MD is an AA/EOE institution. (Date listed: February 2012 - ongoing)

Pro-Temps – Staffing Solutions (447) we match jobs and talent on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
Call the Pros at 410-822-4648, 800-787-4648; fax 410-822-5538. 8133 Elliott Road, Suite 5,
Easton, MD 21601. www.protempsstaffing.com, info@protempsstaffing.com. (Date listed:
February 2012 - ongoing)

Queen Anne’s County Department of Social Services (602) is seeking a:
      Casework Specialist, Family Services, Salary: $36,280 - $46,769 (Gr. 14)
      Social Worker I, Family Services, Salary: $38,594-$49,859 (Gr. 15)
      Social Worker II, Family Services, Salary: $41,074-$53,189 (Gr. 16)
Location: 125 Comet Drive, Centreville MD 21617. Duties: This position provides intensive
family services for families that are high risk for their child’s being placed into foster care. The
worker is to develop and implement service plans and intervention based on thorough
information gathering and assessment. This position provides 24 hour coverage.
Qualifications: Possession of a Master’s degree in Social Work from an accredited college or
university; Experience: Casework Specialist and Social Worker I (None), Social Worker II- One
year of experience providing child welfare or adult services to vulnerable children, individuals or
families. Note: These requirements are established by the Social Services Administration by
authority provided in Human Services Article Title 4, Subtitle 2 Section 204(c) (1) of the
Annotated Code of Maryland. The Department of Budget and Management, Office of Personnel
Services and Benefits does not have the authority to accept substitutions or equivalents.
Employees are required to be licensed as a graduate social worker, certified social worker or
certified social worker-clinical by the Maryland State Board of Social Work Examiners prior to
permanent appointment for Level I and Level II. Employees in this classification may be
assigned duties which require the operation of a motor vehicle. Employees assigned such duties
will be required to possess a motor vehicle operator’s license valid in the State of Maryland.
Apply: Mail or hand-deliver a State application (MS100), copy of degree, a copy of Social Work
License, Foreign Degree Evaluation Report (if applicable), and a copy of a valid Maryland driver’s
license to: Peggy Landskroener, Queen Anne’s Co DSS, 125 Comet Drive, Centreville MD 21617.
State applications may be obtained by visiting our website at: http://www.dbm.maryland.gov or
by calling 410-767-7414, toll free: 1-800-332-6347; TTY users call Maryland Relay Service, 1-
800-925-4434. Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities are available upon
request. Closing date: February 9, 2012. (Date listed: 2/1/12).

Queen Anne’s County Department of Social Services (604) is seeking a: Social Work
Supervisor, Family Services. Salary: $43,725 - $56,750 (Salary Grade 17). Location: 125
Comet Drive, Centreville MD 21617. Duties: The main purpose of the Child Welfare supervisor is
the administration of the following programs: Child Protective Services (Investigations and
Continuing Services), Services to Families with Children (Intake and Continuing), Inter-Agency
Family Preservation, Family Now and After Hour Program. The supervisor is involved in the
planning, development, implementation and evaluation of the policies and procedures of each
individual program. Qualifications: Possession of a Master’s degree in Social Work and three
years of experience providing child welfare or adult services to vulnerable children, individuals or
families; these requirements are established by the Social Services Administration by authority
provided in Human Services Article Title 4, Subtitle 2 Section 204(c) (1) of the Annotated Code of



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Maryland. The Department of Budget and Management, Office of Personnel Services and
Benefits does not have the authority to accept substitutions or equivalents. Employees are
required to be licensed as a graduate social worker, certified social worker or certified social
worker-clinical by the Maryland State Board of Social Work Examiners prior to permanent
appointment for Level I and Level II. Employees in this classification may be assigned duties
which require the operation of a motor vehicle. Employees assigned such duties will be required
to possess a motor vehicle operator’s license valid in the State of Maryland. Apply: Mail or
hand-deliver a State application (MS100), copy of degree, a copy of Social Work License, Foreign
Degree Evaluation Report (if applicable), and a copy of a valid Maryland driver’s license to: Peggy
Landskroener, Queen Anne’s Co DSS, 125 Comet Drive, Centreville MD 21617. State applications
may be obtained by visiting our website at: http://www.dbm.maryland.gov or by calling 410-
767-7414, toll free: 1-800-332-6347; TTY users call Maryland Relay Service, 1-800-925-4434.
 Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities are available upon request. Closing
date: February 9, 2012. (Date listed: 2/1/12).

Queen Anne’s County Department of Social Services (603) is seeking a: Fiscal Accounts
Technician II. Salary: $30,200 - $38,763 (grade 11). Location: 125 Comet Drive,
Centreville MD 21617. Duties: This is a Child Support fiscal position, under general supervision
of the Child Support Supervisor responsible for applying fiscal and accounting principles to
examine, reconcile, compare and adjust agency accounting systems to fiscal control systems for
completeness, accuracy and audit compliance. This position summarizes, identifies and resolves
accounting issues by meeting with management. This position will also serve as support in the
child support units of location, establishment, and enforcement, and will provide support on all
reports assigned to the division. Qualifications: Graduation from an accredited high school or
possession of a high school equivalency certificate; one year of experience reconciling agency
accounting systems to fiscal control systems or developing automated spreadsheets, ledgers and
reports using accounting software packages or identifying budget trends and recommending
budget realignments.      Experience calculating and recording financial, statistical or other
numerical data may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for the required education. Apply:
Mail or hand-deliver a State application (MS100), copy of degree, a copy of Social Work License,
Foreign Degree Evaluation Report (if applicable), and a copy of a valid Maryland driver’s license
to: Peggy Landskroener, Queen Anne’s Co DSS, 125 Comet Drive, Centreville MD 21617. State
applications may be obtained by visiting our website at: http://www.dbm.maryland.gov or by
calling 410-767-7414, toll free: 1-800-332-6347; TTY users call Maryland Relay Service, 1-800-
925-4434. Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities are available upon
request. Closing date: February 24, 2012. (Date listed: 2/1/12).

State of Maryland (202) Family Services Case Workers - $31,461-$56,438; Casework
Specialist/Social Workers - $35,568-$64,282; Social Work Supervisor - $42,867-$68,626.
Our Children Need You! Are you a social worker or a social work student preparing to graduate
from school? Or do you have a degree in the behavioral sciences? The Department of Human
Resources (DHR) is the State of Maryland’s human service agency. We are looking for caring,
compassionate and committed social workers and caseworkers to join our team of child welfare
professionals. This is a challenging career. You will work with Maryland’s most vulnerable children
and families to provide a safe, secure and healthy home environment. DHR needs social workers
and caseworkers like you, but more than that, our children need you too. Help a child, change
the future. Vacancies are located in several of our local departments of social services throughout
the State of Maryland. These positions provide services to individuals or families in cases
involving suspected child or adult abuse or neglect, out of home placement, guardianship,
emergency protective orders or adoption. For detailed information on the required education and
experience     or     to    obtain    an     application,   please    visit   our     website    at
www.dhr.state.md.us/jobannc.htm. To submit your application, please visit our website at
socialworkcareers@dhr.state.md.us. If you have additional questions, please call 410-767-7862



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and leave a brief message with your name and telephone number. (Date listed: February 2012-
ongoing)

The Inn at Perry Cabin (612) job openings (all positions are full-time, unless otherwise noted):
      Executive Pastry Chef – Pastry Chef reports to Executive chef and will assist in all
         aspects of daily production, new production, new product development, and training of
         staff, oversee plate-ups of inside and outside functions, scheduling, ordering of products
         and inventory of all pastry products. Responsibilities include supervise the preparation
         of desserts, breads, and pastries. Working with the Pastry staff on a daily basis ensuring
         the correct budgeted food cost is achieved. Establish and maintain efficient method of
         food cost control. Qualifications: Certification of culinary training or apprenticeship
         required. Degree in culinary, restaurant management or related field preferred. Food
         Handling and Sanitation certificates preferred. Minimum five years experience and/or
         training in the Culinary Department of a luxury hotel, with three years in a management
         capacity.
      Front Desk Agent – Check-In and Check-Out of guests while providing efficient,
         friendly and excellent customer service at all times and in accordance with hotel
         standards. Ensure the highest caliber of service is being offered to all guests so that
         their arrival experience is pleasurable and informative. Responsibilities include greeting
         and providing services such as arranging transportation, guiding visitors, and providing
         directions. Front desk Agents are expected to respond to and follow up on guest
         complaints and guest requests. Ensuri8ng that the highest caliber of service is being
         offered to all guests, in accordance with AAA five diamond and Mobil five star standards
         as expected of all Inn at Perry Cabin employees.
      Guest Relations Agent – Ensure that the highest caliber of service is being offered to
         all guests in accordance to the Standards of Service provided by Orient Express Hotels,
         so that all of their expectations are met or exceeded. This individual will maintain an
         active role in the lobby interacting and engaging with all guests.
      Sous Chef – You must have the ability to execute all areas of the kitchen. Must have
         the ability to supervise and execute all meal periods, work closely with Chef on food
         quality, cost and payroll and implement new menus. Must have a 2-year culinary
         degree.
      Junior Sous Chef - You must have the ability to execute all areas of the kitchen. Must
         have the ability to supervise and execute all meal periods, work closely with Sous Chef
         on food quality, cost and payroll and implement new menus. Must have a 2-year
         culinary degree.
      Part-time Porter – You will ensure that all guests are greeted properly and receive the
         highest caliber of guest service to ensure their arrival and departure experience is
         pleasurable and informative. You must be customer service oriented, able to
         lift/push/pull a minimum of 50 pounds and able to work a flexible schedule to include
         weekend and holidays. You must be at least 21 years of age.
Apply: Please contact Tonya Brinkley, Director of Human Resources at
tbrinkley@perrycabin.com or Christine Githiomi, HR Assistant at cgithiomi@perrycablin.com for
more information on application process, salary and/or job requirement details. You can also, fax
your resume’ to 410-745-5356; visit us online at www.perrycabin.com or email
recruitment@perrycabin.com. (Date listed: 2/2/12).

UniSite Design, Inc. (558) is a manufacturer of high-quality commercial grade site furnishings,
such as benches, litter receptacles and tables. We are looking for a Machinist to support our
manufacturing facility in Denton, MD. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, working
independently and as a team within our Maintenance Department to support production needs.
Ideal candidate should have the ability to use specialty machine tools, such as lathes, milling
machines, and CNC machining centers to produce precision parts. Must have the ability to



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fabricate and modify parts to make or repair machine tools and maintain industrial machines,
applying knowledge of mechanics, shop mathematics, metal properties, layout, and machining
procedures. Must possess the ability to write basic CNC programs, modify existing programs, and
tend CNC machines. Daily activities will include receiving requests from production, engineering,
and other departments for items to be made using specialty machine tools. Among other things,
these requests will include custom robot welding fixtures, precision parts, and machine tooling.
Minimum Requirements that must be met: At least 2 years experience working with
machining equipment as a machinist, machine setter, operator, or tender; must have knowledge
of set-up, operation, and inspection of typical machine shop equipment (such as listed above);
ability to read and interpret CAD Drawings; able to work with tolerances as specified on
drawings; must have the ability to design and manufacture custom welding fixtures and machine
tooling given the desired part or product; must work with high level of accuracy and efficiency
and ability to work independently as well as in a team and complete assignments on time.
Excellent benefit package offered. Apply in person at 1105 Park Lane Denton, MD 21629 or
online: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=1132461. (Date listed: 1/5/12).

Urgent Care (611) is seeking knowledgeable, courteous and hard working X-Ray Technicians
with Maryland State License. Location: Waldorf, MD. Responsibilities rang from taking x-ray
images to front desk duties including but not limited to greeting, registering patients into EMR
and answering phones. Ideal candidate will be someone who is a team player, flexible schedule,
friendly with professional demeanor and has a positive outlook. Apply: Please send your
resume’ to vic@mydocurgentcare.com or call 301-396-444, ask for Vic. (Date listed: 2/2/12).

Zurich North America (567) is seeking a Legal Secretary for Owings Mills, MD. Salary:
within 35k to 65k. Job summary: Performs a broad range of secretarial, administrative, and
clerical support for one or more attorneys. Organizes and maintains all files relating to litigation
and administrative matters under direct supervision of attorneys; responsible for assisting the
attorney(s) with secretarial and clerical duties including transcription, typing, filing and data
entry; maintains calendar for assigned attorney(s), office database for cases, and organization of
assigned cases. Also requires knowledge of document formats of a legal nature such as
contracts, briefs, summonses, complaints, and motions; may have client, counsel and witness
contact requiring discretion and judgment. Under moderate supervision, performs basic legal
research for BU or SSU attorneys; may assist in other legal work, including contract preparation,
visa application, licensing activities and regulatory matters involving insurance departments.
Provides appropriate research results for inclusion in collective paralegal research database.
Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent; 3 or more years of related experience;
requires knowledge of legal terminology and document format such as contracts, briefs,
summonses, complaints, and motions; ability to efficiently use Dictaphone and PC for word
processing and database functions with working knowledge of Microsoft Office software;
demonstrates good customer service skills; effective oral and written communication skills with
knowledge of correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation usage; must understand technical legal
terminology; PC literate with proficiency in the use of Lotus Notes, Excel, Windows or other
equivalent software and familiarity with internet research, including Lexis-Nexis and NILS and
familiarity with litigation management software systems a plus. Apply: Go to
http://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_zurich/external/search.do, go to search by
position ID and enter in I.D. # 25832 and click search. (Date listed: 1/12/12).



The Office of Career Services makes every effort to publish the job listing in a timely manner. However,
deadlines for some positions allow a limited response time. Contact with the employer is encouraged to see
if the position is still available. If you are interested in a job, please send or fax your resume to the
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