The North Wright County Today job report is back with positions popping up around the readership region.
School jobs are opening as students get set to head back to class in just four short weeks. Meanwhile, there are openings at major medical offices around the area, as well as retail and manufacturing jobs, which were also on the rise.
Retail Full Time Assistant Manager – The Skechers Outlet in Albertville Premium Outlets is looking for full-time help.
Office Paraprofessional – The St. Michael-Albertville School District is hiring for help in the Middle School West office.
Office Assistant II – Limited Term – The Sherburne County office is hiring someone to assist with new medical information.
Parent Liaison – Elk River School District hires parents at several of its buildings to work with students’ parents by planning, coordinating, communicating and facilitating parent involvement activities that empowers parents to become active participants in the education of their children at school and helps parents to support their children’s learning at home; recruits, trains and coordinates parents in volunteer opportunities.
Special Education Support Professional – Buffalo-Hanover-Montrose School District is looking for the right candidate to work about 5.5 hours per day with the special ed teachers in the district.
Backroom Team Member – Target in Otsego is looking for the right person to work with stock, store shelves and store displays. Full or part-time spots.
Hotel Front Desk Clerk – AmericInn in Rogers is seeking a person to man the front desk at this popular location. Excellent phone and communications skills needed.
Bakery Clerk –work in the sweetest department at Coborn’s in Albertville. Some early hours required.
Child Care Worker –work with students from K-5 in the Elk River School District.
And from STMA Schools:
Kids Play/K12 Supervisor – Take a lead role with the STMA School District’s After School program.
Special Education – Long-term Substitute Teacher – work in the district with special education students throughout the 2014-15 school year.