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Customer Service Representative

Job Description- Will provide excellent customer service to open and close accounts, answer phone calls, process deposits, withdrawals, and cash checks. Will assist customers with their loan inquiries, wire transfers, and account balances. Other duties include night drop bags and envelopes, sort and process morning mail, close checking and savings accounts, type cashier’s checks and money orders for customers, and balance coin machines.

Job Responsibilities:
• Greet customers with a smile, assess and fill their needs.
• Receive deposits, verify cash and endorsements, issue receipt.
• Accept checks for cashing, verifies endorsements, validity, and funds availability.
• Accept loan payments.
• Account Opening and Closing.
• Fill change orders for businesses.
• Maintain balancing record by correctly balancing cash daily, locates overages or shortages, sell cash to vault and maintains established cash levels in drawer.
• Help fill and balance ATMs
• Issue cashier’s checks, money orders, and Series EE Bonds.

Skills:
• Computer Skills – Microsoft Office
• Cash Handling
• Customer Service
• Communication – both verbal and written
• Team Work

Experience is not required, just great customer service skills and the ability to learn. Training is provided.

Salary: $12.00

After a probationary period, full time employees become eligible for coverage under A2Z Personnel’s preventative care health insurance policy at no cost to the employee. Also available to qualifying employees is an employer match retirement plan.

September 2019 Recipient

Ms. Johnson is a Kindergarten teacher at Stevensville Primary School and this month’s winner of the We Support Our School Grant, sponsored by A2Z Personnel and 107.9 the Drive. Mara is excited to utilize the funds to purchase additional art supplies for her busy and creative Kindergarteners! By having a supply of hands-on crafts and art supplies available to her class, Ms. Johnson looks forward to inspiring her students’ imaginations and to providing additional avenues for teaching opportunities. We would like to thank Mara for providing such an engaging classroom to her students!

Cook

Job Description: A local employer is looking for a candidate to fill their dietary department as a Cook.
Duties:
• Create a clean environment
• Adhere to kitchen hygiene and health procedures as outlined by the employer
• Prep Cook, i.e. cutting vegetables, creating a sanitary cooking area
• Follow dietary protocols and restrictions
• Display awareness of personnel allergens to prevent potential allergy related illnesses
• Practice safety as outlined by A2Z personnel and the employer
• Must demonstrate ability to work under flexible schedules
• Perform other related duties as requested.

Qualifications
• Ability to lift 25-30 lbs.
• Cooking experience a plus
• Demonstrate understanding and ability to follow safety lifting policy and procedure as outlined in the A2Z personnel Health and Safety Handbook
• Attention to detail
Job Type: Full Time 11am- 7:30pm  Tuesday- Saturday
Salary: DOE

After a probationary period, full time employees become eligible for coverage under A2Z Personnel’s preventative care health insurance policy at no cost to the employee. Also available to qualifying employees is an employer match retirement plan.

Medical Device Assembler

A2Z Personnel – Hamilton 363-0723, Stevensville 777-1662

Full Time Positions- Various shifts

Salary– $12/hr

Currently seeking Medical Device Assemblers with a local manufacturing company with facilities in Hamilton and Victor,

Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with silicon in a sterile environment, with protective gear
  • Coordinate and cooperate in a team production environment to ensure products are produced orderly, efficiently and with the highest of quality

Requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Experience preferred, but not necessary as there is training provided
  • Pass drug screening
  • Must be able to to assemble product with both hands
  • Must be able to document, in legible writing, the procedures preformed
  • Great organizational and communication skills

After a probationary period, full time employees become eligible for coverage under A2Z Personnel’s preventative care health insurance policy at no cost to the employee.  Also available to qualifying employees is an employer match retirement plan.

Animal Care/Kennel Attendant

Primary Assignments

  • Reports to the Operations Manager
  • Responsible for maintaining all animal environments, including cleaning all kennels and other animal enclosures
  • Walks, trains and socializes animals to ensure adoptability
  • Coordinates meet and greets with customers
  • Ensures customer satisfaction
  • Administers Vaccinations
  • Executes crate cleaning and repair
  • Assists from counter back up as needed
  • Assists with yard maintenance, trash and animal waste clean up
  • Properly disposes of all waste materials
  • Performs animal grooming as needed
  • Performs all other general janitorial duties as needed such as mopping, dusting etc.
  • Performs all other duties as needed

Qualifications

  • Diploma/GED or equivalent
  • Knowledge of animal behavior and interaction is a plus
  • Excellent customer service and public relations
  • Ability to stand, walk, stoop and bend for longer periods
  • Ability to lift at least 50lbs.
  • Pays close attention to detail
  • Maintains positive and friendly personality
  • Excellent Interpersonal skills.

Full Time position  Friday- Tuesday  9am-6pm

Salary- $10/hr

Please call A2Z Personnel in Hamilton at (406) 363-0723 or Stevensville at (406) 777-1662 for information regarding the position or to ask about our new benefits options, which include preventative health insurance coverage and the option to start an employer matched Simple IRA plan for retirement.

April 2019 Recipient

Valerie Pateman is April’s We Support Our Schools Grant, sponsored by A2Z Personnel and 107.9 the Drive. Valerie is a third-grade teacher at Stevensville Elementary and is interested in purchasing additional “learniture” for her classroom. She is looking forward to acquiring a couple Activity Learning Chairs, as well as two yoga balls to provide similar movement. Ms. Pateman’s had previous success with using seating options which allow for minor fidgeting and movement and is excited to provide additional seating for the kiddo’s in her class who would benefit from the tool.
A special thank you to Valerie and all other teachers who continually incorporate tools to improve their students’ ability to engage in learning.

March 2019 Recipient

Sarah Hamburg, a Spanish Teacher at Victor Schools, is the winner of March’s We Support Our Schools Grant, sponsored by A2Z Personnel and 107.9 the Drive. Sarah teaches a wide range of grade levels starting with her 4th grader’s introduction to Spanish and capping off with her highest level of Spanish IV in the High School. Sarah loves to include arts and crafts for her students as a way for them to connect with different Spanish speaking cultures. In addition, for each holiday that is recognized by a Spanish-speaking country, Sarah has activities to help bring that culture to life for her students. She is excited to be able to use the grant for purchasing more art supplies to engage her students in appreciating the different cultures around our world and to bring the Spanish language alive for them. We are so appreciative of the energy and creativity Sarah, and other teachers like her, bring to their classrooms. Congratulations Sarah Hamburg!

February 2019 Recipient

Jennifer Walthall is the winner of February’s We Support Our Schools Grant, sponsored by A2Z Personnel and 107.9 the Drive. Jennifer is a Kindergarten teacher at Stevensville Elementary School. Mrs. Walthall is excited to purchase hands-on tools to support her young student’s growth and development. She would like to incorporate more tactile learning by purchasing magnetic alphabets, felt boards, and counting activities. With this ongoing winter weather causing indoor recesses and eliminating outdoor learning expeditions, these new activities will be helpful in keeping her students engaged in the classroom. We’re very thankful to Jennifer and all teachers who continually look for ways to stimulate their student’s minds and make learning an awesome experience.

January 2019 Recipient

Congratulation to Kate Naughter the winner of January’s We Support Our Schools Grant, sponsored by A2Z Personnel and 107.9 the Drive. Kate, a sixth grade ELA teacher at Corvallis Middle School, is planning to use the funds to purchase student-selected books for her classroom’s library.

According to Lara Robb (an author of several best-selling professional books and resources for educators), access to books can make a difference in children’s desire to read and in their ability to comprehend a wide range of genres. David, an eighth-grade student, put it this way: “I love our class library ‘cause I have books at my fingertips. When I finish one, I can check out another.” (http://edublog.scholastic.com/…/ten-tips-laura-robb-classro…#).

Kate hopes to create a similar experience as David referenced for her students. Through engaging her student’s in book selecting and having the books not only readily available to them but also recommended by their peers, Kate anticipates seeing their reading development grow.

We are so thankful for all our local teachers do for our community and for educators, like Kate, who continually look for ways to engage their students.

December 2018 Recipient

December’s We Support Our Schools grant sponsored by A2Z Personnel and 107.9 the Drive, was awarded to Cejay Paulsen! Mrs. Paulsen is looking forward to purchasing 4 Active Learning Stools for her students. She has a few already in her classroom and has seen a remarkable improvement in the attention span and focus for her students whom benefit from some minor movement while learning. The backless stools encourages proper posture and strengthens core muscles. A2Z Personnel and 107.9 the Drive want to thank Mrs. Paulsen and all teachers who continually contribute to their student’s learning experiences.