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Kurtz Ersa - In House Technical Support Position for KEI Rework/Inspection/Tools

Kurtz Ersa, Inc., US distributors of ERSA Rework and Inspection soldering equipment, seeks to fill an opening it currently has for in house technical support. Information on the complete ERSA product line can be found at [ Link removed ] – Click here to apply to In-house Technical Support Position for KEI Rework/Inspection/Tools
Requirements:
-2 year electronics/mechanical degree recommend, but not required
-Proficient using PC’s, updating drivers, troubleshooting PC issues
-Can work on own and take initiative on finding the next task
-Works/communicates well with co-workers and customers
-Must work out of Kurtz Ersa office in Plymouth, WI

Kurtz Ersa, Inc. offers competitive salaries, a great working environment and substantial benefits. Company cell phone and other tools needed for the position will be included. We offer a 401k match of 6% after three months of employment, the possibility for bonuses, gym membership reimbursement (based on amount of membership), health, dental and vision insurance, etc. Please contact us for details!
Job Requirements
• Escalated technical troubleshooting support for customers
• Fielding customer technical support requests and creating follow-ups to issues
• Communicate technical information to non-technical customers
• Provide Sales Support- performing Demos as well as support to field service engineers
• Troubleshoot and resolve customer technical issues
• Provide technical support to computer users
• Update PCs before shipping
• Coordinate quality issues with Ersa Germany
• Diagnose and resolve technical hardware and software issues
• Assist in reviewing technical support documentation to ensure technical support staff
• Diagnosing and resolving technical hardware and software issues
• Rebuilding/repairing machines

Please contact sarah.hunter@kurtzersa.com for more information or to submit a resume!

Purchasing Specialist
We are looking for a self- motivated and driven individual. Strong prioritization and multitasking skills, proficient computer skills, and excellent communication skills. Purchasing experience preferred. SAP experience a plus.

Job Details:
• Track purchase orders through the entire purchasing process
• Maximize purchasing leverage with suppliers
• Prepare purchase orders and change orders
• Submit purchase requests and purchase orders for printers
• Update and maintain purchase orders
• Fill purchasing and inventory position
• Create purchase orders, and follows up on outstanding purchase orders
• Create purchase orders, calling for quotes and expediting purchase orders
• Enter all purchase orders into system
• Understand all purchase order procedures and global purchasing policies
• Monitor all purchasing requisitions
• Distribute purchase reports on purchasing habits available from database
• Perform pharmacy purchasing cost analyzes
• Manage purchase orders through all stages
• Determine the best purchase price among potential suppliers
• Assist with co-packer purchase orders
• Making specification changes on purchase orders
• Determine delivery dates, and place purchase orders with suppliers
• Maintain records of outstanding purchase orders

Kurtz Ersa, Inc. offers competitive salaries, a great working environment and substantial benefits. Company cell phone and other tools needed for the position will be included. We offer a 401k match of 6% after three months of employment, the possibility for bonuses, gym membership reimbursement (based on amount of membership), health, dental and vision insurance, etc. Please contact us for details!


Sartori: Line Attendant

As a member of the Converting Team, the Line Attendant works throughout the converting facilities with other Line Attendants on Grated, Shred, Deli, Wedge, and Clean and Sort production lines. The Line Attendant removes materials from cartons, loads the processing line, perform equipment change overs, complete quality checks, packages and palletizes finished products.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. All Team Members will be cross-trained on Grated, Shred, Deli, Wedge, and Clean and Sort Lines. Remove raw materials from pallets, bags, boxes or totes. Feed raw materials in correct quantities, based on formulas and product specifications. Perform general housekeeping for the Converting department including sweeping, removing cardboard, garbage bags, and pallets from staging or process area(s). Inspect cheese and materials for mold, dirt or foreign substance. Clean cheese with a knife or segregate cheese on a pallet for inspection and cleaning as needed. Fill cellulose, salt, and/or ingredient dispenser(s) to maintain supply for production. Perform production change-overs, cleaning, and/or assembly of equipment as required. Perform in process quality checks on production line. Fill and complete quality documentation associated with essential job functions. Set up, maintain, clean / sanitize equipment using cleaning/sanitizing chemicals. Operate packaging, processing, manual/powered pallet jacks, and lot dating equipment on converting lines. Remove finished pallets from packaging area. Maintain and sustain 5S standards on production lines. Track material movement using touch panel screen to collect data, control product flow through the process and correct process issues. Use a data collection device to scan finished goods and raw materials. Place finished packages into correct box. Inspects packaging for any defects. Comply with company Safety, HACCP and GMP policies Report any food safety or quality issues to management or other individual authorized to initiate action. Support training of other Team Members. Demonstrates safe working habits

VISIT www.sartoricheese.com/careers


20/20 Visions: Ophthalmic Technician

Our optometry clinic is seeking an Ophthalmic Technician to join our patient care team. Our ideal candidate is already a certified ophthalmic assistant or technician. However, we are willing to provide on-the-job training and experience to the right candidate.
Duties and Responsibilities: Take medical histories and verify information. Perform visual function and diagnostic tests. Inform optometrist about changes to a patient’s visual acuity and other vision issues. Dilate eyes to prepare patients for their eye exam. Explain how to properly use eye drops or other medications. Explain how to probably use contact lenses.
Requirement and Qualifications: High School diploma or GED certificate. Completion of an ophthalmic assistant or technician program is preferred but not necessary. Experience with eye measurement tools and testing techniques. Experience with EMR tools a plus. Computer literacy.

Please send resume to doreen@20-20visions.com


Huberty: Consultant ( Staff Accountant)

At Huberty, our mission is to be the most sought-after firm in our core service area: Accounting, Analysis, Strategy, and Planning. Our vision is to be a destination for innovation and inspiration.
Our firm’s strategy and vision are driven by our culture day in and day out. We focus on strategies that enhance the overall well‐being of our team members. In fact, at Huberty, our entire strategic platform revolves around building a culture of trust and promoting happy, healthy, and fulfilled employees and owners. Our commitment to culture isn’t just talk. If you’re looking for a career that inspires you to be your best self, Huberty is your destination.

Key Success Factors: Ability to apply self to learning and applying technical skills. Co-operative team player. Interest in business and commercial affairs.

Responsibilities: Develops an understanding of the business and the Consultant role. Develops technical skills both on the job and through formal learning channels. Works as an effective team member to complete project components and assignment tasks. Build working relationships at peer client level. Seeks to gain knowledge of client businesses. Effectively documents work. As a member of the team – implements solutions for clients. Identifies task issues as well as task progress in a timely and organized manner. Demonstrates an active interest in the business world by keeping abreast of market trends and business developments. Participates in office wide initiatives – recruitment, marketing etc. Actively pursues self-development opportunities in line with the competency model. Builds strong team relationship skills. Must be able to respond to client needs in a timely, accurate and positive manner. Will perform various assurance procedures in accordance with professional standards and as directed by the engagement supervisor; prepare needed workpapers and financial statements. Handle intermediate to advanced general accounting task including but not limited to general ledgers, financial statements, and other related financial documents.
Must maintain a high level of confidentiality.

Qualifications: Bachelors Degree or near completion. Tax knowledge. Strong Microsoft Suite skills. Strong communication skills. Must be able to work independently

Pay & Benefits: Based on experience. This position is exempt.

Huberty offers a robust benefit package including; health, dental/vision, life insurance, paid time off, 401K plan, dress for day, flexible work schedule and much more. Huberty is an equal opportunity employer. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.

To apply: https://hubertycpas.com/Careers.php or send resumes to kolson@hubertycpas.com


TRICOR Insurance: Account Manager

TRICOR Account Managers learn about their client’s needs by understanding their current coverage along with their priorities and goals; educate clients about insurance options to help protect their business assets and offer their insurance expertise on the ins-and outs of the product, and in finding ways to meet clients coverage needs. Account Managers find the best fit for now and into the future. Account Managers will stay informed with hands-on planning and proactive communications to continually deliver insurance values to their clients.

Who will love this job: A Teammate, you are surrounded by specialists and professionals in the industry who all strive meet client’s needs and goals together to bring the most value to the client. A Relationship builder, you build relationships based on integrity and you treat your clients, co-workers and co-partners fairly, honestly and professionally. A Goal setter, you continuously look or ways to improve what you do and how you do it. You evaluate your value in both skills and performance and strive to learn more and grow, set personal challenging goals and search for new opportunities to succeed. A Servant leader, you believe what is best for your client is best for TRICOR. You are empowered to personally meet the needs of your clients. A Giver, you give back to the communities in which you live and work. You dedicate your time, talents and money to make a difference. A teacher, you help clients understand coverage available, their risk, their current coverage and resolutions to protect their assets.

What you’ll do: Capable of interpreting and analyzing policy language in order to act as a true advisor to the client. Demonstrates a strong attention to detail and ability to prioritize tasks appropriately in order to maximize personal efficiency. Works collaboratively with both clients and team mates. Communicates clearly and effectively in both written and verbal settings. Manages renewals, including policy reviews. Generates additional lines of business through successful cross selling and marketing efforts. Responsible for marketing, review of pricing, recommending solutions, and related documentation. Focus on client service and retention. Establish & maintain close relationships with insurance carriers/underwriters to maximize effectiveness with clients. Timely and accurate client file documentation. Review & evaluate new and existing accounts. Complete & submit applications. Promote TRICOR in community

Pay, Perks & Wins: A full-time career in a successful family owned & operated business that is growing/secure. Opportunities for advancement after appropriate training. Locations in WI & IA. We offer Health, Dental, & Vision Insurance plans w/Health Reimbursement Account &/or Health Savings Account along with Flex Spending/Dependent Spending Account. Voluntary Life Insurance and Voluntary Critical Illness coverage. 401(k) Retirement Program with a Certified Financial Planner on staff to assist with your retirement needs. Competitive weekly wage & direct deposit. We offer technical job training and one-on-one coaching/mentoring support. There are Personal Development Plans for all positions. Supportive & motivating staff to help you succeed in a family atmosphere. Flexible schedule with emphasis on work-life balance. Dress for your Day Monday–Fridays

We are named in the top 100 Agencies in the United States and most recently awarded as one of the Best Places to Work in Insurance three years running in 2017, 2018 and 2019 by Business Insurance Magazine!!! This award recognizes employers for their outstanding performance in establishing workplaces where employees thrive, enjoy their work and help their companies grow. We value diversity and believe forming teams in which everyone can be their authentic self is the key to our success. We encourage people from underrepresented backgrounds and different industries to apply. To learn more about TRICOR Insurance and to apply visit our Careers page at www.tricorinsurance.com/tricor-careers. Come join us, and find out what the best work of your career could be!

To apply, please visit at www.tricorinsurance.com/tricor-careers


Toro Distribution Center: Warehouse Worker

Monthly earning $3,000.00 + overtime opportunities weekly!
Hiring / Sign on Bonus: $1,500
Referral Bonus: $1,500
2nd shift: 3:30pm – 12am (Monday — Friday)
3rd shift: 10:30pm – 7am (Sunday —- Thursday)
At The Toro Company in Plymouth, Wisconsin we pride ourselves on being a leading distributor for the enterprise. Our distribution center in Plymouth stands as a place for people to learn and thrive. We take pride in the products we package and send out to the customer. We contribute to building communities, cities, and the world.

The primary responsibility of a warehouse worker is to accurately pick parts, sort them for proper customer distribution, and pack them for shipment.

Duties and Responsibilities: Pick parts utilizing a variety of processes and procedures including RF scanning, Responsible for ensuring shipment of correct quantities or part numbers as denoted by customer paperwork, Troubleshoot and report issues/discrepancies as they occur, Operate a variety of material handling equipment and/or hand operated equipment in a safe and efficient manner. Must pass our forklift safety certification program, Complete all necessary paperwork and record keeping as required, Maintain a clean and safe work environment, Assists in other areas as needed and performs other duties as assigned

Required Experience: High School diploma or equivalent, Attention to detail, Ability to lift 50 pounds.

Benefits: Employees are eligible for benefits the first of the month following their hire date. Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, 401k, 10 paid holidays, Vacation and Sick Leave and more!

We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

Apply online: https://www.thetorocompany.com/careers


Generations: Maintenance Coordinator

The maintenance coordinator will assist with maintenance, event set-ups and cleaning needs of the Generations Intergenerational Center. This position will coordinate and assist with maintenance and housekeeping staff to assigned areas using approved housekeeping procedures. They will perform small maintenance needs, maintain grounds and ensure walks are kept in accessible condition. The position will be required to work from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Hours will vary and could increase depending on weather and events. Some weekend work will be required preparing for event set-ups or clearing sidewalks when needed. Individual will be on a call list for emergency situations.

Reporting Relationships: Reports to Maintenance Supervisor

Essential Functions: Provides excellent customer service for all members, tenants, visitors, and staff, through professional and timely responsiveness to needs. Provides timely and thorough communication, verbal and written with all customers, members, tenants and staff members. Complies with all facility and housekeeping procedures. Manages/performs daily cleaning of restrooms, offices, entrances, hallways, reception area, windows, utilities and lounge areas. This includes tasks such as mopping, vacuuming, sanitizing, dusting, restocking of supplies and refilling dispensers. Some cleaning will require using a ladder such as high dusting. Completes daily, monthly and seasonal duties which include but are not limited to winterization of facility, changing of vents/filters. Performs recycling and trash removal. Clears walks of snow and salts as needed. Mows lawn and minor duties outside. Performs light maintenance such as changing light bulbs, touch up painting, preventative maintenance on building, grounds and cleaning equipment. Reports any repairs needed to maintain the building and/or equipment to the supervisor. Complies with all facility fire, safety and hazardous waste procedures. Assists the supervisor with testing of fire alarm system- weekly check of smoke detectors and assist with monthly fire alarms. Shares in rotation of weekend and holiday schedules for operational needs, such as rentals, special events, or emergencies. Complies with all facility fire, safety and other emergency procedures, including monthly fire drills, scheduled tornado drills, weekly checks of smoke detectors and other safety protocols. Performs room set ups and take downs as needed for both internal programs and rentals. Other responsibilities as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Graduation from high school, G.E.D. or its equivalent. Two years’ experience in general maintenance work. Valid driver’s license. Interpersonal Skills: Ability to work independently and in a team setting. Ability to interact with diverse personalities in a pleasant and professional manner. Ability to prioritize, anticipate needs, apply critical thinking skills. Ability to follow and give directions both verbal and written. Physical Requirements: Ability to stand and walk for a majority of the shift. Ability to climb, stoop, kneel, reach and pull, lift and carry up to 50 pounds, including the ability to shovel snow and operate maintenance and grounds equipment.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS: This position is designated as “Essential Personnel,” which requires that employees report to their job site or be on stand-by, during emergency situations, such as snow, inclement weather, or other emergency situations, including weather and building emergencies. Must be able to satisfactorily undergo a State of Wisconsin records check.


One Wisconsin Financial Group: Associate Advisor

Do you value work/life balance? Are you inspired by the possibility of starting a career where you are able to help others?

OneWisconsin is currently seeking a associate advisor to join our rapidly growing team of financial advisors and planners. We are seeking to reshape the financial services industry through innovation, with a laser focus on relationship building and management. We believe relationships are at the core of nearly every thing we do, which is why we take a different approach to financial advising/planning. Enjoy the flexibility of working for an organization that truly values work-life balance. Once we welcome you aboard, find comfort in the mentorship program that is available on behalf of our most senior advisors.

Benefits: Flexibility, Motivating, Innovative, Autonomous, Collaborative, Rewarding, Inclusive Culture, 401K Matching, Dental Insurance and Health Insurance

Skills: 1 year of experience in a Business Related field, Communication and Interpersonal Skills, Relationship Management Skills, Problem Solving Skills, Internal Drive to Succeed

Are you ready to start making a difference in the lives of fellow Wisconsinites? Apply with us today by emailing your resume to careers@onewisconsin.com!


Masters Gallery Food: Utility – 2nd & 3rd Shift

Masters Gallery Foods is proudly based in Wisconsin and delivers the highest quality cheese products to our partners and customers. You will be supported and encouraged to make a difference, and your dedication and passion is acknowledged and appreciated. If want to make a change and start where you can grow, you can at Masters Gallery Foods. Join us!

Utility – 2nd & 3rd Shift – $19.98-$20.08
The Utility position provides bulk cheese to production lines and operates cheese cutting/shredding equipment.
1. Essential Job Functions
2. Open, clean and place cheese on production lines:
3. Strip all packaging material from cheese (strapping, corrugated or wood boxes, plastic overwrap).
4. Inspect bulk cheese for mold or contaminant, remove and clean accordingly.
5. Lift and place cheese on conveyors. Weight varies from 5 lbs. to 100 lbs. per lift.
6. Operate all automated and manual cutting systems.
7. Install and operate all shredding equipment (RA-D and CC-D model shredders).
8. Maintain record of bulk cheese usage utilizing RF inventory scanners.
9. Complete exception paperwork to document bulk cheese variations.
10. Maintain record of all dry ingredient usage.


Two Men and A Truck Movers and Drivers

Now Hiring Movers / Drivers – Pay Range: $12 – $16 per hour

We’re looking for individuals with exceptional dependability, passion for customer service, knows how to have fun at work and enjoys physical activity every day. We hire for attitude and train for skills. This is an opportunity to join our fast growing, motivated team of individuals that will push you toward achieving your goals; Movers start at $12 per hour | Drivers start at $16 per hour; Opportunities to earn up to an additional $4/hour monthly in customer service incentives; Benefits include health, vision, dental and life insurance; Monthly incentives for customer compliments and/or requests; Advancement opportunities; This position provides a unique opportunity for those looking to combine their customer service talents along with skills obtained from previous experience working in general labor positions such as: truck driving, delivery driving, landscaping, construction, material handling, or warehouse labor. Truck driver candidates (non-CDL) will be required to have a valid driver’s license and good driving record.

RESPONSIBILITIES – Work safely and efficiently to transport customer possessions with care as a mover, truck driver, and material handler, Pack / Unpack boxes, Load / Unload the truck as a mover, truck driver, and material handler, Perform truck inspections and inventory checks; safely drive the truck as a truck driver (non-CDL), Complete paperwork and collect payments

REQUIREMENTS – Possess a positive attitude and have excellent customer service skills, Have the strength to lift heavy items as a mover, truck driver and material handler; Possess the stamina to continuously move at a brisk pace as a mover, truck driver and material handler; 100% drug free as a mover, truck driver and material handler

Apply on line at: careers.twomen.com or visit our office at W5134 County Road O in Plymouth.


Blind Horse Servers, Bartenders, Food Runners and more

Seeking servers, bartenders, hostesses and food runners who love food and are interested in joining a team of professionals who enjoy working in a growing and stimulating environment. We feature a restaurant that boasts of our award-winning Executive Chef and is committed to delivering top-notch food and service, as well as a patio with live music, Both the patio and the restaurant have positions open.
https://theblindhorse.com/employment/


Van Horn Automotive Group: Used Car Service Technician

Do you love working with cars and have knowledge in automotive repair? Would you like to be able to use your automotive expertise to help our customers stay safely on the road? Join our busy and growing automotive service team! Due to our continued success, Van Horn Budget Auto, an Employee Owned Company in Plymouth, is expanding their service department staff. We have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Used Car Service Technician to diagnose and repair all makes and models of cars and light trucks. This is the perfect opportunity for someone who has a passion for automotive repair, believes in taking care of the customer and wants to grow with our successful team.

Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent, Technical College degree/diploma in Automotive Repair, ASE desired, Valid Driver’s License, Previous experience in Automotive Repair, Must have own tools

Van Horn Automotive is committed to your success and believes in employee development through training and advancement from within. We offer unlimited earning potential, paid training, growth opportunities and excellent benefits! We offer health, dental, vision, Employee Stock Ownership Program (ESOP), 401(k), paid vacation and holidays, gym membership reimbursement, tuition reimbursement, tool purchase programs, and employee discounts.