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Assistant Director

Areas of responsibility include, but may not be limited to: general administration, communications, grant administration, data collection and analysis, visitor services, fundraising, and program/product development. Bachelor’s degree and at least three years of work experience is required. Background may include public history, museum studies, historic preservation, urban planning, communications, education, or tourism. Excellent interpersonal and communications skills are essential.

To apply, email resume and cover letter (including salary requirements) to (Subject Line: Assistant Director)

Commercial Carpenter Foreman

Full-time position - One week paid vacation after 6 months, 6 paid holidays, 401K. Possible company vehicle.

Construction firm seeking competent individual willing to be a serve as a "Working Foreman/Superintendent" for various commercial construction projects. Applicant must have strong previous carpentry experience and be willing to work with their hand tools. This is not strictly a supervisory position. The individual will also be responsible for various tasks including project review, scheduling, supervision, and quality control checks.

To apply, send resumes to:

Facilities and Equipment Apprentice

The Facilities and Equipment Apprentice is responsible for preventive maintenance and repair of refrigeration equipment and monitoring systems for the Repository department. This individual will be required to conform to the company equipment/system validation and maintenance program. This individual will complete simple to intermediate repairs for all equipment related to repository operations.

Essentials Duties include but are not limited to:
Preventive maintenance and limited evaluation of refrigeration equipment:
Change alarm batteries on mechanical freezers as appropriate.
Clean all air filters and compressor compartments to ensure they are free of dust and debris.
Perform all inspections of refrigeration equipment. Consists of a 15 point inspection of critical systems, including but not limited to oil level, compressor operation, electrical demand, temperature sensor calibration, etc.
Perform performance qualifications of all refrigeration equipment.
Refrigeration, lab equipment, Central Monitoring System and Emergency Generator Inspection and Repair:
Review equipment failures and evaluate potential causes with little supervision.
Repair all problems as capable.
Perform weekly inspections of emergency generators.
Install and maintain low voltage wiring for Central Monitoring System.
Participate in the Equipment Validation Program:
Validate all refrigeration equipment according to established protocols.
Maintain documentation of all validations following Quality Guidelines.
Perform unique validations on laboratory equipment as requested.
Respond to equipment failures as directed in an appropriate manner during and after regular business hours.
Participate in Facilities Group On-Call rotation.
Participate in specimen relocations as required.

Minimum Required Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent

Other Required Qualifications:
0-1 years' related experience.
Ability to install low voltage electrical wiring.
Must have or obtain a DOT certified medical exam card in accordance with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (49 CFR 391.41-391.49).
Required to drive vehicles up to 25,999 lbs GVW.
Must have and maintain a safe driving record and provide proof of such on an annual basis.
Must be able to read, write, speak fluently and comprehend the English language.

Preferred Qualifications:
Formal training in Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR).
EPA certification to handle refrigerants.

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