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Auto/Diesel Trainee

Hibbing, MN

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Auto/Diesel Mechanic Trainee This job requires the following: 2-year degree in Automotive/Diesel Mechanical field. If you are a recent grad or have a 2 year Auto/Diesel degree but have not attained hands on experience this job posting is for you . ------------------------------------------- Company Overview: Hibbing Taconite is a leading iron ore mining company which began production in 1976 and has an annual plant capacity of 8.0 million tons of iron ore. ArcelorMittal, US Steel and Cleveland-Cliffs are partners in Hibbing Taconite, with ArcelorMittal owning a majority stake. ---------------------------------------- Overhaul, repair, and adjust any spark or compression ignition powered equipment such as passenger automobiles, trucks, tractors, shovels, air compressors, light plants, prime movers on cranes, etc. Interprets drawings and sketches. Plans and determines working procedures. Performs any layout work and makes sketches of parts as required. Does troubleshooting. Dismantles equipment, measures and inspects parts and obtains sufficient information to determine the

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PT Board Operator

Baxter, MN

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About Us Hubbard Radio is a full-service media company with 16 radio stations and cutting-edge digital solutions in four of northern Minnesota’s most beautiful and active resort communities: Alexandria, Bemidji, Brainerd and Wadena. At Hubbard, we’re looking for the best people in local media to help build dominant brands that connect consumers and advertisers to build better businesses and communities. We succeed by always doing the right thing with focus, urgency, and passion. Job Overview This position is responsible for operating the board for live, satellite delivered content and syndicated programming. The Board Operator ensures that all preplanned components of a broadcast are carried out as designed, including, set-up, operation and maintenance of electronic equipment used to transmit programs. Job Responsibilities Run the board, play the appropriate music, features, billboards, commercials, etc. during live or recorded news and/or brokered radio programs. Operate and troubleshoot switcher and any other radio equipment

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About Us Hubbard Radio is a full-service media company with 16 radio stations and cutting-edge digital solutions in four of northern Minnesota’s most beautiful and active resort communities: Alexandria, Bemidji, Brainerd and Wadena. At Hubbard, we’re looking for the best people in local media to help build dominant brands that connect consumers and advertisers to build better businesses and communities. We succeed by always doing the right thing with focus, urgency, and passion. Job Overview The Office Administrator is the first point of contact for guests, employees, and clients of the company, either in person or via telephone and provides proactive customer service by performing a variety of clerical/administrative support tasks. Serves as the point person for e-commerce products. Job Responsibilities Provide administrative support: Answer, screen and route incoming telephone calls; respond to calls when appropriate. Meet and greet visitors and guests. Open and distribute mail. Distribution of facsimiles. Copy

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Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve, a field station of the University of Minnesota, is looking for 4 to 8 technicians to assist in our spring prescribed burn program. The positions could start anywhere from March 16th to April 6th and end around mid-May (start and end dates are weather dependent). This is a 40 hour per week position but the hours are variable, especially on days we burn. There is the possibility of overtime on intense burn weeks. Burn experience is not necessary for this position. We provide on-site training. Housing is available to rent on-site. Pay is $12 per hour. Job Duties: • Prepping burn units. • Assisting in burning the units. • Monitoring and mopping up the units after burning. • Fire road maintenance. Clearing brush and trees to make fire roads safer for burning and driving. • Research field help. Assist with various field research tasks, i.e.

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Building Location: Brainerd Clinic Department: 46230 Coding Quality & Education Job Description: Responsibilities include: complete review of documentation, validating appropriate coding and diagnosis capture, analyzing educational trends, including related on-site support, training and education, application of tools and resources and action plan development with physician’s/APC’s and clinical operational leaders to ensure implementation of recommendations for overall documentation improvement; development, deployment and monitoring of coding policies/procedures, standards and educational materials for accurate, consistent, compliant documentation that results in timely, accurate coding, appropriate reimbursement and documentation integrity; provides technical support and guidance to Coding Services, Revenue Cycle and is the liaison between these areas and operational leadership; taking a forward-looking view, supported by a coding partner toolkit and high emotional intelligence, to articulate different options and influence key operational and strategic decisions; provides support, advice and analysis for Coding services and new business opportunities in the strategic and operational decision making for

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The Cedar Creek Ecosystem Science Reserve of the University of Minnesota has several opportunities for students to work as plant community ecology interns and a few opportunities for research field supervisors. Most positions run from June through August, but some interns are needed as early as March and some are needed through October. Your educational institution may be able to approve this internship, with an appropriate independent project, for any field biology requirement of your major. As a research intern, you will contribute to ongoing field experiments, have the opportunity to initiate individual research, attend scientific seminars, and interact with professors, post-docs, and graduate students. If you are an undergraduate or a newly graduated student with a background or interest in biology, ecology, environmental science, botany, environmental education, or related field we encourage you to apply. Starting pay is $12.00 per hour depending on the position. Typical work days are

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Carpenter/General Labor

Brainerd Lakes Area

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Full-time or part-time year-round position. Some carpentry and general labor experience preferred, with on the job training available. Benefits available for full-time employees. Pay depending on experience, starting at $15/hr.

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SciTech Internship Program for STEM students

All around the State of Minnesota

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SciTech is an internship program that connects college students in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines with paid internship opportunities in small to mid-sized STEM-based Minnesota companies. This is a State funded program administered by the Minnesota High Tech Association and will help connect at least 200 students to paid internships between September 2018 and August 2020. Visit  http://scitechmn.org/  to enroll.  The program is a tremendous opportunity for students to earn while they learn and gain valuable real-world experience. Students have the potential for full-time employment with the company after graduation. Participating companies receive matching funds up to $2,500 for internship wages. Internships are for approximately 400 hours (may be full-time - ex. 40 hrs/week for 10 weeks - or part-time). Job openings are listed at http://scitechmn.org/ Internships are offered throughout the year (September 1, 2019 - August 31, 2020) Enroll online at http://www.scitechmn.org/jobs/register.php WE ONLY ACCEPT ENROLLMENT APPLICATIONS

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Performs equipment setups, specifically concentrators, durable medical equipment, etc. in a professional, safe, and timely manner. This equipment is placed in apartments, private homes, clinics, hospitals, nursing homes, and other areas where people with respiratory problems are treated. Job Responsibilities: • Complete equipment orientation checklists for new equipment and other necessary paperwork as required for new patient setup • Instruct patient in the safe and proper use of equipment • Make oxygen deliveries (cylinder and concentrator) and equipment checks on a daily route as determined by patient base and Lincare routing system • Deliveries may include refilling reservoirs with liquid oxygen from a van mounted tank • Perform minor equipment repairs and preventative maintenance on equipment both in the home and at the center • For equipment repairs requiring other than minor repair work, equipment is to be packaged for shipment to the manufacturer or their designee • Responsible for

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Brainerd Housing & Redevelopment Authority Housing Rehab Specialist Status: Full-time, Non Exempt Supervisor: Housing Rehabilitation Coordinator Position Summary The Housing Rehab Specialist is responsible for providing administrative support to the Housing Rehabilitation Coordinator, including providing assistance administering a variety of rehabilitation programs, the Housing Trust Fund and other programs. This position is expected to follow local, HRA, state, and federal policies, regulations and laws. Essential Functions To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to the position. • Conduct client and applicant interviews and income verifications to determine eligibility, process applications in accordance with all applicable program rules and regulations, develop and maintain program waiting lists and create

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