Labor Day may be all about grilling, relaxing, and generally kicking back, but that doesn't mean you can't also use the long weekend to get your life in gear. If you're in the market for a new job but don't know where to start looking, why not explore some of the great options we've gathered here?
This week's Cool Jobs include positions like F-22 instructor pilot (that's a fighter jet, for those not in the know) and a neurology technician, as well as a call for hurricane relief laborers. Check them out, and enjoy your grilling!
Cool Jobs: F-22 Instructor Pilot
Average salary: $43,000
Description: Understands and is totally sales and service focused on Spirit’s unique guest. Selling is our priority. Responsible for the overall successful operation of the store while maintaining company standards. Supervises, recruits, trains, develops, coaches and communicates with all Associates and Management. Assesses staff performance. Demonstrates knowledge of store products and uses this knowledge to build sales. Practices suggestive selling, offering every guest related items in order to build multiple sales. Leads by example and maintains the highest standards of integrity, quality and timeliness in all of our business practices both internally and with our external partners.Merchandises the store following company directives and Supervisor’s instructions.
Description: The Director of Dietary is responsible for overseeing and coordinating operations of the Food and Nutritional Services Sections to include: overall department budget preparation and control, personnel management, purchasing of supplies and equipment, quality assurance, and development of all policies and procedures. Additionally, the Director assures all regulatory requirements are met. The Director shall promote the interest of Alaska Regional Hospital as a whole and conduct all business activities within the framework of HCA Healthcare's principles and corporate policies. The Director will maintain expertise by attending continuing education in the food services field.
Description: UPS is hiring individuals to work as Part-Time Air Drivers. This is a physical, fast-paced, outdoor position that involves lifting, lowering and carrying packages that typically weigh 1 - 35 lbs. and may weigh up to 70 lbs. It requires excellent customer contact and driving skills, including the ability to operate a vehicle equipped with a standard (manual) transmission.
Description: Screens and checks-in patients and escorts patients to treatment areas. Accurately prepares room & patient for examinations, therapeutic measures and procedures assuring all needed equipment and supplies are available prior to the start of the exam. Obtains, monitors and records physiological measurements. Triages urgent needs. Performs medical treatment, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures per extender treatment protocols. Prepares and administers medications under the supervision of a nurse or health care provider. Chaperones patients. Assembles, maintains, and operates medical, diagnostic and therapeutic equipment. Maintains or assists with appropriate and accurate health record storage and retrieval systems. Prepares and submits administrative reports.
Description: The FAC Specialist will provide information, referral, outreach and support services to geographically dispersed Service Members and Families. Assistance is provided to all branches of the service regardless of duty status. Information and referral includes crisis intervention, legal, financial, TRICARE, ID Cards/DEERS, and community outreach resources. The FAC Specialist is supervised by the FAC Coordinator and FAC operations are under the technical guidance of the State Family Program Director (SFPD).
Description: Responsible for the overall operation of a restaurant establishment, to include implementation and enforcement of all named brand fast food and the exchange standards in accordance with food safety guidelines. Responsible for financial aspects of each restaurant, daily receipts, fixed assets, ordering food and supplies.
Description: In an effort to assist the communities which have been affected by the recent hurricanes/tornadoes, Labor Ready has partnered with a number of employers to facilitate clean-up and rebuilding operations. We have many paying positions available in all of the affected areas. Individuals will be responsible for conducting clean-up operations in designated disaster areas which could include, pick up of debris, digging, sweeping, shoveling, along with other assigned duties.