Sharon Public Schools is seeking qualified candidates for a lead teacher in our Autism Spectrum Disorders Program at the Sharon Middle School. Direct teaching experience in an ABA environment, experience working with students in the autism spectrum data collection and willingness to work summers required. BCBA a plus. The lead teacher in the Middle School Program will oversee between 5-10 students on the autism spectrum. This position is responsible for overseeing the assistants implementing IEPs.
Manages all functions and staff of a Tier I branch. Accountable for maximizing branch revenues, sales, customer satisfaction, branch staffing, and minimizing operating losses. Deploys resources to optimize individual and team performance. Responsible for branch compliance with bank policies, procedures, and operational integrity. Prioritizes, manages, and communicates promotional campaigns and product initiatives. Conducts cold calls on prospective small business customers. Maintains and develops relationships with existing small business customers. Creates and manages to branch business plan. Represents bank in local community organizations. Conducts performance reviews for staff. Coaches and trains staff as needed. Reports to Regional Manager.
- High School degree or equivalent required
- Associate's or Bachelor's degree preferred
- 4 years sales management experience
- Proven ability to manage franchise profit and loss objectives
- Successful candidate must meet and comply with all requirements set forth in the SAFE Act, including, but not limited to successful completion of the required background checks and obtaining a Unique Identifier from the NMLS
Hours and Work Schedule
- Hours per Week: 40
- Work Schedule: Varies, will include evening and weekend hours.
Primarily responsible for delivering product to customers operating a straight truck 24 feet long or smaller.
- Deliver the merchandise to the customers (residential and commercial) in a prompt, safe, business-like manner; top priority should be given to taking care of the customer’s needs
- Sort freight, load truck and verify packages against the manifest according to route sequence using all equipment necessary including pallet jacks, hand trucks, pallets, skids and hand held scanners
- Handle all deliveries for the day and turns all delivery receipts to the appropriate supervisor at the end of the shift
- Perform pre-trip and post-trip inspections on the vehicle being operated daily prior to leaving from and returning to the Staples Delivery Operation
- Use a hand held package scanner in the delivery process as required
- Obtain accurate electronic or paper POD (Proof of Delivery) for each delivery
- Drive the truck in a safe, lawful and courteous manner always remembering that the people will judge us by the way you handle the vehicle
- Conduct business in a professional and courteous manner
- Keep the truck and associated equipment in proper working order; report any problems to the Supervisor; keep the cab and cargo area clean and free of clutter
- Process all non-delivered and customer returns following correct procedures, upon return to the SDO at the end of the day
- Submit all required POD’s, non-delivery, return information and reports to the appropriate Supervisor daily
- Regular attendance
- Work as a team member by interacting and communicating with fellow associates in a cooperative, constructive manner
- Pickup and accept merchandise returns and/or damages
- When help assigned (Driver or Driver Helper), maintain responsibility for truck and equipment; lead daily completion of work and report questions/issues to SDO Supervisor right away
- High school diploma or equivalent
- Ability to obtain a D.O.T. medical card
- 1 - 3 years of driving experience in a service oriented position
- Must be at least 21 years of age
- Valid driver’s license (no “major moving violations” as described in the employment application supplement and in accordance with applicable state law)
- Math and mechanical aptitude
- Able to navigate and read a map
- Must have excellent customer service skills
- Must be a team player and able to work well with minimum supervision
- Must be able to lift, push or pull boxes/merchandise weighing between 70 pounds and 100 pounds
- Must be willing to wear a Staples uniform and present a clean, neat appearance
- PC and Microsoft Office knowledge
Moose Hill’s Community Supported Agriculture program provides fresh, organic produce to over 300 families weekly. This position’s responsibilities include tending, harvesting, boxing and loading vegetables four mornings a week. (approximately 10-25 hours/week). Weeding is done once a week. Farm workers will be part of a team that also facilitates harvesting with shareholders and their children. Must be willing to work hard, communicate effectively and serve as a role model for shareholders. June through August with a September option as well.