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March-2 7, 2019—JOURNAL OPINION—Page Classifieds Ryegate Small Animal Hospital in East Ryegate, VT hiring!! Busy two-doctor small animal (dog & cat) practice that values a work life/family life balance. Looking for veterinary technicians (full and part time) to join our team. Must be motivated, hardworking Your Yard, Garden and Pet Place 3147 Dartmouth College Highway North Haverhill, NH 603-787-6981 individuals who like people as well as animals. Experience a MUST either through school or on the job. New grads welcomed. Great benefits package for full time: paid health insurance, sick/ personal time, vacation time, paid'CE, Simple IRA with up to 3% employer matching, and pet benefits. Some benefits for part- time employment. ‘ Please send resume to jodiroos@ryegatevet.com FOR RENT — BRADFORD VT: Well-maintained bedroom apt., includes heat, plowing. trash. $795. Within walking distance to downtown, minutes to Hanover or St. J. Deposit ($1,000) and last month rent, references required. No smoking within the building. No pets. Adults preferred, private entrance. Call 802- 222-9378, leave a short clear message. tf/1—9/c. . HELP WANTED Austin Construction, Inc. is seeking applications for the following positions on our upcoming bridge projects: Laborers, Carpenters, Equipment Operators and Truck Drivers. Interested applicants should contact us at 802-695-2961 or auStin@myfairpoint.net We are an Equal Opportunity Employer HELP WANTED SUMMER CAMP STAFF SITE 8C PROGRAM DIRECTOR: 37.5 hours a week. Work together to oversee the entire program structure and needs, as well as the day—to—day operations and ensure, camp is running smoothl . The Site Director’s main focus in overseeing the Hea Counselor and staff and dealing with parent concerns. The program director works mainly with the recreation director and ensuring all invoices, payments and rosters are properly recorded. HEAD COUNSELOR: 35 hrs. a week; Oversees the counselors. Responsibilities include delegating tasks to counselors; coordinatin counselors and CIT work schedules (ensuring they are compfiant with Vermont State Regulations and following camper to staff ratio requirements). COUNSELORS: 32 hours a week. Counselors report directly to Head Counselor. They delegate appropriate tasks to keep CIT involved. Work together effectively engage the campers in the daily programming. COUNSELORS IN TRAINING: Up to 30 hours. CITS are support staff for counselors and head staff. They help lead and problem—solve dailty activities and are responsible for giving feedback to a counselor on campers’ needs. , Volunteer position, no compensation. OJT TRAINEE Austin Construction, Inc. is seeking applications for a training program on a bridge project in which the objective is to train women & minorities in all aspects of bridge construction with the primary objective of creating diversity in the construction industry. Interested applicants should contact us at 802-695-2961 or austin@myfairpoint.net We are an Equal Opportunity Employer STORAGE UNITS Town of Thetford, Vermont TREASURE ISLAND JOB OPPORTUNITIES LIFEGUARD Lifeguards are responsible for ensuring the safety of patrons of Treasure Island beach by preventing and responding to emergency situations. The lifeguard reports to the Head Lifeguard(s) and/or Treasurer Island Manager. Responsibilities besides lifeguarding include performing mainte- nance and cleaning duties; may teach swim lessons if certified Wa— terfront Safety Instructor (WSI). QUALIFICATIONS: Lifeguards must have current American Red Cross certification in lifeguard training, first aid, CPR and AED; must demonstrate suffi- cient maturity and responsibility to be entrusted with surveillance and rescue duties; lakefront experience is preferred. Good charac- ter, integrity, adaptability, enthusiasm, sense of humor, patience and self-control in interacting with patrons a must. The gate attendant is responsible for collecting fees and educating users about p‘ark facilities and rules. Candidate must be proficient in maintaining an organized record of daily transactions and attendance; answering the phone; submitting monies and records daily; and re- sponsible for cleaning duties as well. QUALIFICATIONS: ' . Candidate should be reliable, punctual with integrity, enthusiasm, patience and a’ sense of humor in interacting with patrons. Also ba- sic skills in math and record keeping are necessary. For more information or to apply, please contact Recreation Director at 802-785-2922 Ext. 6 or email recreati0n@thetfordvermont.us BOOKKEEPER Immediate opening for part—time (24 hours/week) bookkeeper. Experience in payroll, financial reporting, A/P, A/R. Seeking a team player with proficiency in Excel, Word, email, and accounting software. Compensation includes health insurance and retirement, and is commensurate with relevant experience. Email resume to the Town of Corinth Selectboard at steerinth@gmail.com. ( i/OKL/OKI/OKs/OKi/OKs/OKVOKVOKi/OKt/OK SHAKER VALLEY AUTO Visit us on the web www.shakerval‘leyautomet O . HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED LINE COOKS “Full- and Part-time PART-TIME BARTENDER & SERVER Please apply in person at The Hungry Bear Bradford, VT RAFTON COUNTY invites applications for the following positions: Human Resources neralist/Finance Assistant Full-time 8:00-4:00 * \' Monday-Friday ‘ ‘We are looking for a self-motivated, team player to work in the Human Resources and Finance Department. This position is responsible for a wide variety of Human Resources and Payroll/Finance functions. Duties to include, assisting the Payroll Coordinator in processing payroll, coordination of the County’s wellness program, assisting with hiring and V onboarding to include responsibility for recruitment and retention strategies, position will also include assisting in Accounting as needed. Qualifications: Associate’s Degree in related field and 3-5 years’ related experience or equivalent of education and experience, incrough knowledge of Human Resources ' practices and payroll and benefits administration, strong organizational skills, keen attention to detail and ability to produce work with a high degree of accuracy, proficient in Word and Excel, knowledge of state and federal labor laws, knowledge of bookkeeping principles, methods and procedures. Full-time position includes exceptional benefits package Farm Helper/Milker TEMPORARY, PART-TIME APPROXIMATELY 20 HRS PER WEEK Under the supervision of the Farm Manager, responsible for milking (milking times are 2:00 am. and 2:00 pm.) and general farm duties in accordance with established policies and procedures. ‘ Knowledge of farming and itsassoclated work procedures and methods. Experience milking cows and working with and around farm equipment. Applications may be submitted to: Grafton County Human Resources 3855 Dartmouth College HWy. North Haverhill, NH 03774 (603) 787-2034 Email: hr@co.graftoh.nh.us ‘ E.O.E. WARNING ANNUAL MEETING WARNING UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 36 The legal voters of Unified School District No. 36 are hereby notified and warned to meet at the Waits River Valley School in the town of Topsham on Monday, May 6, 2019, at 7:00 pm. to act on the following articles: ‘ ARTICLE 1: To elect the following School District Officers for the ensuing year: Moderator, Clerk and Treasurer. ARTICLE 2: To hear and act upon the reports of the Officers ARTICLE 3: Late Models o Classics - Motorcycles Enfield, NH 603-632-7901 VOKVOKVOKVOKVOKVOKVOKs/OKVOKi/OK Ki/OKVOK/OK/OK Applications for these ositions are available on the Bradford Town Website: www.bradford-'Vt.us All candidates must pass a federal background check. For each position, wages are based on experience. Positions are available until filled. NOW AVAILABLE! UNIT SIZES: 5X5 . 10x20 -v10'x10 For more information, Call 603-353-9700 )lO/‘XO/‘MO/‘MOI‘ Mental Health Crisis Service 5 1-800-639-6360 Call toll-free 24 hours a day. and School Directors. Shall the voters of the Unified School, District No. 36 authorize the school board to expend five million, nine hundred eighty-nine thousand, three hundred fifty dollars ($5,989,350) which is the amount the school board has determined to be necessary for the ensuing fiscaly'ear? It is estimated that this proposed budget; if approved, will result in education spending of $15,244 per equalized pupil. This projected spending per equalized pupil is 4.3% higher than spending for the current year. Shall the voters authorize the school board to borrow money in anticipation of tax receipts? Shall the voters authorize the school board to consolidate the current Future Expense Reserve Eung_($75,000.00) into the Capital Improvement un . To transact any other business that may legally come before this meeting. - Please send application with resume and three references to: ATTN: Parks and Recreation PO Box 339 Bradford, VT 05033 CENTER EEEEBEEHE MEEEEIEEB EEEEEBEEE EEEEEEEEE. EEEEBBTEE. BEEBEEBEE EEEEEBEEE BEERHEEEE EEEIHEEBE ARTICLE 4: ARTICLE 5: PROTECTION with alocal touch >>AUIO ARTICLE 6: Hume Business Recreation 'Jos h Nolln, Chair Sarah Nolin Alison Bruce Kenneth .Schaffer E an“: s s » We offer low Dated at Topsham in the County of Orange and State of Vermont thisl day of March 2019. premiums, and - excellent coverage on auto policies ' Recorded on this data prior to posting, March I3 ,2019. anaemia Chelsea: 8853885 - Barre: 479-2556 ' Barbara otomem Clerk- Online: www.mkrichardsonagencycom ' ' LISTEN WEDNESDAYS TO ‘ ' WYKR FOR THE JOURNAL OPINION >mmum~r>zmb r<mzmnzzw~a‘ H-zxcwzqaxc «vc'brncxor coucazcmccx I :9 3 a:- .x* v :, c S} WEDNESDAY’S WORD!- COUNTRY Y K R F PM L