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Plymouth, MA
summer job only as a deckhand on board a 45' passengers boat. 
Must be at least 16 years of age and be flexible to work varied hours and weekends May-September. Experience operating small boats/skiffs helpful. Will be responsible for passenger safety, maintaining, cleaning, setting up the boat for cruises. Outgoing and friendly personality interacting with adults and children. Must be physically strong...  More >>
 9 Town Wharf
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Independent B2B Office Supplies Sales Reps Wanted
Chart your own future selling products that all businesses and individuals use.

WE WILL TRAIN the right person! We are looking for dedicated and hardworking sales professionals to join our commercial team. Toner Solutions a/k/a is looking for tech-savvy, entrepreneurial, highly-motivated sales professionals to develop relationships with business owners...  More >>
Preferred Qualifications:
· Hunter mentality and highly motivated to achieve success
· Entrepreneurial, and successful in building & maintaining relationships
· Track record of achieving challenging goals and exceeding expectations
· Must be tech-savvy and comfortable using a database
· Strong sense of urgency to close the deal
· Keen...  More >>
Territories: Boston, South Shore, Cape Cod and the Islands
Salary Range:  
$50,000 to $100,000
Contact Info:  
Jim Conlon
781-399-5570 x101
Media Sales Executive

Media Sales Executive  
Easy 99.1 WPLM, Plymouth Rock Broadcasting Co

Plymouth Rock Broadcasting is looking for a motivated and driven individuals to join our team. This position involves meeting with local business owners and agencies to provide advertising solutions in partnership with Easy 99.1, WPLM. . Three + years in a media sales environment is required. You’ll build business through relationships and creating thoughtful solutions for business owners that include a mix of radio and event marketing opportunities.


  • Prospect and call on qualified local and regional businesses.
  • Create and maintain relationships with advertising partners
  • Strive, manage and meet monthly goals set by sales manager
  • Meet with advertising prospects to analyze advertising and business needs
  • Create advertising campaigns that include radio, promotions, commercials, endorsements and sponsorships.
  • Dedicate time to learn about industry trends and new media opportunities.


  • Must be friendly and possess a proven ability to develop, grow and maintain client relationships.
  • Must have great work ethic and be self-motivated.
  • Three years of experience in digital, media, outdoor, print, radio, or television advertising/sales preferred.
  • Ability to take direction and adapt quickly to new environment and lessons
  • Computer proficiency and comfortable using Microsoft Office programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Effective written and oral communications skills

The ideal candidate must be an extremely motivated, organized, fearless, self-starter who loves to help their clients grow. Are you enthusiastic with a strong passion to succeed?  If so, please send your resume to Deborah Soares, General Sales Manager, 17 Columbus Road, Plymouth, MA 02360 or to    

 Commission Only
 Plymouth, MA
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Contact Info:  
Deborah Soares
Dog Walker/Pet Sitter
Love slobbery kisses? Love being outdoors? Love purring? Tired of the 9-5 office job? We have a few openings for a Dog Walker/Pet Sitter in Plymouth, MA. We are an established, growing company since 2008. This is a fun job for pet lovers looking for employment for supplemental income. These...  More >>
Accounts Payable/Payroll Clerk



Accounts Payable:

=         Assist in processing invoices, including opening mail, date stamping invoices, scanning, sending for approvals, and filing as required.

=         Entering invoices into Meditech for payment

=         Processing weekly payments to vendors, including matching invoices to checks and preparing checks for mailing.

=         Respond in a timely manner to manager inquiries.

=         Assist in maintaining invoice files

=         Assists in annual processing of 1099's.


=         May assist in the processing of bi-weekly payroll by reviewing timecards for completeness, proper approvals, and accurate earnings codes


It is understood that this is a summary of key job functions and does not include every detail of the job that may reasonably be required.

Education/Experience Required


=         3-5 years of current accounts payable experience required.

=         Meditech AP experience preferred.

=         Strong communication, organizational, and problem solving skills

=         Effective interpersonal skills, and good oral and written communication skills

=         Successful completion of "Payroll/AP Competency Exam" passing at 80% or higher.

=         Ability to read, write, comprehend English, and perform Math at 12th grade level. 

=         Associates Degree preferred. 

Contact Info:  
Kyle Bernardo
Facilities Intern
Plymouth, MA

Facilities Internship at The Stonebridge Amenity

Responsible for maintenance, repair, administrative support, and other related duties with support The Pinehills Landowners Association (PHLOA) and the General District Association. This is a seasonal 32-40 hour per week position, Thursdays through Mondays, 6:30am start time. The description includes but is not limited to the following: 


Facility Operations


Complete daily checklist (pool, grounds, tennis, buildings, pond, etc)

Manage general safety, tidiness, and cleanliness throughout amenity, trails, and connector roads

Pool maintenance (monitor, empty and clean filter baskets, skim pools, scrub and vacuum pools, check and record chemical levels)

Assure that locker rooms are safe, tidy, and stocked with supplies

Oversee safety in mechanical rooms including the pool house and amenity structures

Assist with GIS for catch basins, trail lights, etc. throughout The Pinehills.

Administrative Support


Design Review processing and site visits

Communications regarding policy

Customer Service

Special Projects as assigned:  event support for special PHLOA events (outdoor concerts, private functions, etc)

Reporting Relationship

Reports to the Executive Director of The Pinehills Landowners Association, Inc. Maintains open communication with supervisor and the Manager of Buildings and Grounds and the Office Manager.

The Internship position is a seasonal, hourly position.  All hours must be approved by the Executive Director in advance.

Skills/Attributes:  Knowledge of Microsoft Suite and keyboard skills.  Excellent written and oral communication. Problem solving.

Physical requirements will include standing, sitting, bending, pushing, pulling, stooping, lifting (could exceed 5 pounds).

Schedule (days and hours) will fluctuate depending on work at hand.  Will include weekend work and the ability to start the work day at 6:30am.

Personal attributes:  pleasant, professional, detail oriented, flexible, responsive self- starter, organized, get-it-done style, sense of humor, ability to work with a variety of people.  

Valid driver’s license required.


Stonebridge Amenity Center

Contract Rate:  
$12 per hour
Contract Term:  
3 Months
Contact Info:  
Judith Froman
Office/Website Manager
Plymouth, MA

The Office/Website Manager shall be responsible for administrative duties which support The Pinehills Landowner’s Association (PHLOA) and The Pinehills General Residential District. 

Customer service

Office management

Website maintenance and optimization

Computer data entry

Tracks the resident activity fund    

Creates and sends weekly community email and master schedule.

Manages inventory of facility and office supplies and place orders when supplies are needed.

Facilitates arrangements for Private Functions, club rules and regulations, AV equipment and other responsibilities as identified by the Executive.

Onsite support for any AV technical issues.

Assists Executive Director in managing property upkeep of General District homes.

Does research for budget planning and renewal of contracts

Supports event/club activities as needed.


The Office Manager position is a full-time, salaried position. Required to work on Saturdays.


Skills/Attributes:  Knowledge of Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, Publisher, Outlook, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat), keyboarding skills, comparative pricing research on line, AV equipment, website management.

Schedule (days and hours) will fluctuate depending on season and workload and will include Saturdays and on-call duty one weekend day per week during pool season and may include evenings.

Personal attributes:  pleasant, professional, detail oriented including editing, flexible, responsive self-starter; organized, friendly, enthusiastic get-it-done style, sense of humor, ability to work with a variety of people and vendors.

The Pinehills/Pinehills Landowners Association
Salary Range:  
$39,000 to $39,000
Business Casual
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Contact Info:  
Judith Froman
Patient Access Representative
Per Diem, Part Time and Full Time Day/Evening Shifts available


Responsible for registration and admissions of Emergency Department patients, collecting demographic and insurance information as well as co-payment collection. Must be able to work in a fast paced environment, detail oriented, and comfortable working in an emergency room setting and being at the bedside of a patient.


  • Knowledge of Medical Terminology, problem solving techniques, strong interpersonal skills, effective oral and written communication skills, strong keyboarding and basic computer skills.
  • Previous experience with Hospital registration, Meditech, and secretarial experience preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to function independently with minimal supervision.  Possesses good decision-making skills and demonstrated ability to work under pressure, maintaining a helpful and courteous manner.
  • Must type accurately at 40 wpm


Contact Info:  
Kyle Bernardo
Motor Coach Driver

Motor Coach Driver

Do you love to drive, have great customer service skills and a strong work ethic?  Are you looking to drive for a career?

Full and part-time positions available.

Current CDL Class B license holders are preferred.  But we do offer full on-site CDL license training.  CDL training candidates must have long term goals with P&B, a clean driving record, and match all of our pre-employment and background screening requirements.

Key Benefits of working with P&B:

Health & Dental Insurance, 401K with company match, paid time off, sick leave, state of the art equipment, top industry pay, incentives, and opportunity to have a flexible schedule.

  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be flexible and able to work weekends
  • Have great customer service skills
  • Ability to load and off load luggage
  • Excellent driving record
  • Ability to pass employment back ground screening
  • Criminal background check
  • Employment back ground check
  • Drug and alcohol screening
  • Must pass DOT physical exam, which includes agility test

Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Co Inc. is a family owned and operated transit bus company offering the very best in Motor Coach service between Cape Cod and Boston, as well as Trolley Services, and Charters throughout New England

Contact Info:  
Sharon Rojewski
Summer Intern-Administrative Support
Summer Intern

Dates: Flexible Start and End Dates: May/June 1, 2018 - August 31, 2018

Administrative Support:
Office activities including answering phones, word processing, inputting data, packaging and shipping materials for UPS and FedEx pick-ups and deliveries; working with other staff members in a very friendly and supportive environment. Must...  More >>
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Contact Info:  
Helene Kelly
Living History Educator

Living History Educators provide a positive, friendly and welcoming environment throughout the Museum by facilitating engaging and informative interactions in which Museum guests of all ages can explore history according to their own interests. Accurately interpret 17th-century life using both 1st- and 3rd-person techniques on the Museum’s living history sites, elsewhere on Museum grounds, and offsite as assigned. Ensure the safety of all guests, staff and animals. Foster a spirit of collaboration and cooperation in working with all Museum colleagues including volunteers, Museum Guides and tour guides. Living History Educators work to maintain an optimal programmatic environment for Museum guests to experience Plimoth Plantation’s mission.


       =          Reliability, dependability and punctuality.

=         Excellent interpersonal skills.

=         Being courteous.

=         Ability to work safely.

=         Ability to communicate skillfully with a wide range of people from different cultural and social backgrounds.

=         Ability to communicate skillfully with people of varying ages, language skills and physical abilities.

=         Ability to interpret and apply the information you learn.


137 Warren Ave.

Plymouth, MA 02360 

Contract Rate:  
$12 per hour
Contract Term:  
21 Hours
Web Address:  
Contact Info:  
Sue Haverstock
Breakfast & Lunch Cook
Plymouth, Ma

Saturdays a must

Jolly Bean is looking to hire a fast paced, quick learning team member to work in our fun kitchen. You are out by 3:30 p.m. (SCORE!!!!). Set schedule, no week to week living. FREE COFFEE!!!


~ Food Knowledge and a passion to cook

~ Ability to read tickets when they come into the kitchen

~ Fulfill customers order with precise attention to detail

~ Restock throughout your shift

~ Forward thinking your day, plan for tomorrow

~ Have an overall good attitude


Skills needed:

~ Previous restaurant experience preferred but not necessary

~ Ability to multitask & think on your feet

~ Maintain a clean and safe work space

~ Ability to accept and follow clear directions

~ Have an exceptional attention to detail

~ You LOVE coffee and food!!!

I look forward to hearing from you!!

Jolly Bean Cafe
Contact Info:  
Amanda Roy
Summer Youth Development Counselor

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Plymouth is seeking a highly motivated, energetic, and enthusiastic individual to join our summer camp staff. This position is seasonal. Our camp begins June 25th, 2018 and ends on August 31st.

Applicants should be passionate about youth work and invested in helping our members reach their full potential. This position is responsible for planning, implementing, and the overall success of a variety of fun and memorable programs and activities that will enrich our members lives.

Responsibilities and Duties

=         Supervise, guide, and mentor Club members, ensuring their safety at all times.

=         Learn and implement nationally recognized programs into lesson plans, covering five key areas (health & life skills, sports, fitness & recreation, the arts, education & career development, and character & leadership) while promoting and stimulating program participation

=         Build personal relationships with individual youth and make sure they have friends among their peers, while maintaining a positive Club climate for youth and staff

=         Attend staff meetings and trainings

=         Manage behavior using positive reinforcement and document inappropriate behavior

=         Maintain attendance and document all incidents and accidents

=         Maintain a clean, organized program area, and properly care for equipment

=         May be required to perform other duties as assigned


=         Must have a valid Massachusetts State Drivers license.

=         Must have a clean criminal history check through C.O.R.I.

=         Must have a current CPR and First Aid card or be willing to acquire one.

=         Possess the skills necessary for the supervision of youth between the ages of 6-14.

=         Must be 18 years old or older

=         Must have at least a High School Diploma

=         Previous youth counselor experience preferred 

The Boys & Girls Club of Plymouth is locsted at 9 Resnik Rd, in the Industrial Park.  
Contact Info:  
Christine Young
Program Assistant, Professional Practice

•Facilitation of programs logistics such as registration, scheduling, classroom space, contact hours, educational packets, supplies, course rosters, sign in sheets, collecting and collating program evaluation data

•Record keeping and filing of required student and staff competencies, orientation materials, program certificates

•Obtain needed computer log in, clinical access, glucose barcodes, etc. for staff orientation programs

•Market educational programs and nursing department initiatives via social media, website, program flyers, and other digital media as appropriate.

•Prepares multimedia presentations for the Professional Practice staff as well as hard copy materials / handouts.

•Communicate with internal and external stakeholders / customer service

•Coordinate program planning committees

•Knowledge information services o conducts literature searches and article retrieval o conducts classes on literature search methods; pursues business development opportunities for library services

•Academic Affiliations o In collaboration with clinical educator, coordinate semester placements for affiliating SONs using Central Clinical Placement database; Coordinate faculty orientation appointments and manage required paper work for midwife, preceptor students, and observers.

•American Heart Association Programs: BLS/ACLS/PALS/NRP o Order books, cards, course materials for hospital and community based programs o Support transition to e-card option o Serve as a BLS instructor

•Health Stream Learning Management System: Load courses, classes, and tests for: Professional Practice Department annual educational calendar; Various nursing and hospital education requests throughout the year; Assign orientation modules to staff for off and on cycle orientation ;Set up and run compliance reports; email to appropriate leaders; Create course evaluations, grade each Health Stream class; Enter staff certifications

•Program marketing and income & expense monitoring: Leads the implementation of digitally enhanced marketing strategies o Manage student course payments and submit funds to accounts payable o Evaluation of program costs / revenue generation for AHA, STABLE and AWHON programs

•Works with Professional Practice Department to analyze how existing systems and process may be improved to better support business functions and generate revenue.

•Assists Director of Professional Practice in planning and implementing short and long range business goals for the department

•Attends professional meetings and/or takes classes to improve skills / stay current in business, educational, and library functions.

•Performs all other duties as assigned This is a summary of key job functions and does not include every detail of the job that may reasonably be required.


•Associate's Degree in healthcare or business required; Bachelor's degree preferred.

•Current BLS certification required; BLS instructor certification preferred

•Competent in use of Microsoft Office Word, PowerPoint, and Excel software as well as other appropriate databases and technologies used in management of department programs.

•1 year of prior experience working in a healthcare setting as project or program assistant required.

•Prior experience as administrator of a learning management system such as HealthStream preferred

•Demonstrated ability to: actively promote and market programs both internally and externally through use of social media, web page skills, and other digital media; conduct healthcare literature searches o use current literature to assist with the design of educational activities based on best practices and emerging research and identify potential practice gaps and learning needs o manage department operations to meet financial, legal, logistical, accreditation, CE credit, and/or regulatory standards. Use program evaluation data to develop reports that communicate program results and identify areas for improvement; Formulate new ideas or adapt / use existing ideas in a new or unexpected way to solve problems. Function independently and appropriately complete assignment with moderate supervision

•Exercises appropriate judgment in setting priorities

•Demonstrated value for teamwork, professional demeanor and appearance

•Excellent customer service and written / oral communication skills

•Strong organizational skills and business acumen


•Alliance for Continuing Education in the Health Professions (ACEHP) certification preferred

Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital - Plymouth
Contact Info:  
Kyle Bernardo
Receptionist & Secretary
Administrative Assistant/U-Haul
Servpro of Plymouth/Wareham is looking to hire for a part time position. This position will entail administrative duties as well as light social media. We’re seeking someone who is great on the phone, who has excellent analytical skills, and who is a serious multi-tasker. Knowledge of Microsoft Office and QuickBooks is a plus.

This position will also include working with our U-Haul division. The applicant must be able to get in/out of trucks easily and lift up to 50 lbs.

We are offering a flexible weekday schedule, however Saturdays from 8-12pm are a must.

Please visit our website, for additional information.

TO APPLY: E-mail your resume and/or a brief job description of work history to


Good phone ettiquete


Knowledge of Microsoft Office 

Must be able to pass a background check


Servpro of Plymouth/Wareham
Contact Info:  
Jennifer Reardon
Lineage Verification Supervisor

The General Society of Mayflower Descendants (GSMD) has a full-time opening in the Department of Genealogy and Research Services at its Plymouth headquarters. This position will work as part of a team to process membership applications, by evaluating lineage information and documentation for completeness, validity, and correctness. Extensive experience in professional genealogical research and methods is key to this role. We expect a qualified candidate will need to learn what is unique about the Mayflower Society processes before completely assuming full supervisory responsibilities. 

The position will oversee and manage workloads and be responsible for training and coaching of staff. The successful candidate will be responsible for identifying process improvements to enhance efficiencies without sacrificing quality. Position serves as an ambassador to our state society volunteers in support of their new applicants for membership.

Please send a resume and a cover letter as an email attachment by April16, 2018 to Director of Genealogy and Research Services at or mail to: Director of Genealogy; GSMD, PO Box 3297, Plymouth MA 02361.


-     At least three years professional experience in genealogical research (required), with an accreditation or degree (preferred).

-     At least three years leading, supervising, or training staff.

            -     Demonstrates proven experience resolving conflicting evidence and same name problems.

-     Experience working with original and compiled sources, both original hard-copy and digital documents, as well as knowledge of advanced internet search techniques, including wildcard usage.

-     Demonstrates strong writing skills; able to clearly explain complex research problems and provide recommendations for further research.

-     Demonstrates advanced proficiency in word processing software, and on and off-line database and lineage software.

-     Attention to detail; experience in proofing and editing, as well as excellent time management and organizational skills.

-     Good interpersonal, customer service and communication skills and able to exercise diplomacy and discretion in complex situations.


About The Mayflower Society

Founded in 1897, The Mayflower Society, or General Society of Mayflower Descendants (GSMD), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with national headquarters in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Membership requires proof of lineage from one of the passengers who travelled to America on the Mayflower in 1620. Its mission includes education about the Mayflower Pilgrims and maintaining the gold standard of lineage review through its research and publications. The Society publishes the Mayflower Families Silver Books, Mayflower Journal, and other Pilgrim related materials. It operates a genealogical research library at its Plymouth headquarters and offers tours of the historic Mayflower Society House. Website:




Contact Info:  
Margaret Bobertz
Sales Manager

Position Overview:

Responsible for the management and oversight of the Mayflower Society House Gift Shop and GSMD webstore including merchandise development, inventory management, sales promotion and sales results. As a GSMD representative to our membership, provide excellent customer service for Society sales and promotion of items, fulfilling all customer sales for incoming orders received by telephone, email and website, from receipt to shipping. Working with Insignia Committee Chair, effectively support Insignia sales, coordinate reordering of low inventory items and in sourcing and researching new products.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities (Essential Functions):

  • Oversee the Society House gift shop and sales; create attractive and effective displays for merchandise; develop and manage Gift Shop inventory; proactively monitor and assess Gift Shop sales results;
  • Implement Gift Shop sales procedures and effectively train Gift Shop Clerks / Docents;
  • Periodically review competitive area gift shops to ensure the Society House gift shop is competitive in pricing, in merchandise offerings and presents an attractive alternative;
  • Provide excellent customer service for all Society sales;
  • Oversee the management of GSMD webstore sales fulfilling orders for customer sales received by telephone, email and website from receipt to shipping, upholding fulfillment turnaround standards;
  • Outreach to customers to confirm and clarify orders, as needed;
  • Manage and maintain inventory supply, keeping warehouse neat and organized for maximum efficiency;
  • Maintain thorough records for vendor suppliers including turnaround time for fulfillment of reorders; maintain and monitor low inventory flags to ensure items are reordered and re-stocked before supply is depleted;
  • Seek continuous improvement for inventory management, including implementation of new technologies such as bar coding systems;
  • Periodically evaluate shipping efficacy and competitiveness; source cost-efficient alternatives;
  • Effectively market on-line merchandise through attractive photographs/imagery, use of models, special effects, etc. to enhance the on-line shopping experience;
  • Send invoices produced by QuickBooks and process credit card or charge orders received through payment gateways, such as PayPal,;
  • Work with Business Manager to ensure sales results and inventory are reported timely; 
  • Manage all inventories and manage income/expenses to department budget, monitoring trends/drivers of results throughout the year to achieve financial success;
  • Conduct annual inventory audit;
  • Manage relationships with third party organizations who provide venues for offsite sales; ensure current and professional quality promotional materials are provided; maintain lists for standing orders;
  • Work with Insignia Chair to source and research new merchandise for sale, seeking best quality for best price; present new product proposals for review by Insignia Chair and Executive Director;
  • Also working with Insignia Chair, identify and time sales items and support promotional efforts, anticipating required lead time for publications;
  • Work with Membership Services Manager and Member Society Partners to ensure the fulfillment of new membership certificate requests and to support the distribution/mailing of new publications to Partner Historians; ensure adequate supply of signed certificates is maintained;
  • Participate in on and off site special events to sell books and Society merchandise, as needed;
  • Support unique merchandise requirements for special events, such as Pirates Ashore, or others, as needed;
  • Participate in professional development opportunities to develop sales and marketing knowledge;
  •       And, other duties as needed or required.

REQUIRED: 3 -5 years’ experience in retail and on-line sales management, including inventory management, shipping and warehousing. Knowledge of credit card processing, bar coding systems, and mailing options (UPS, USPS, FedEx, etc.). Strong verbal communication and interpersonal skills to provide outstanding customer service. Positive, professional attitude; team player. Creativity in new merchandise identification and design, with experience in supporting different demographics. Tech savvy, with strong internet research and on-line marketing techniques. Strong organizational skills and detail orientation. Proven record of financial results. Must be able to lift 30 pounds.

PREFERRED: College graduate with experience in museum retail sales and webstores. Experience with QuickBooks and Microsoft Office products. International merchandising and shipping, books on demand / book fulfillment experience a plus.

To apply, please send your letter of interest and resume to by April 10th, 2018. No calls, please.

Founded in 1897, The Mayflower Society, or General Society of Mayflower Descendants (GSMD), is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with national headquarters in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Membership requires proof of lineage from one of the passengers who travelled to America on the Mayflower in 1620. Its mission includes education about the Mayflower Pilgrims and maintaining the gold standard of lineage review through its research and publications. The Society publishes the Mayflower Families Silver Books, Mayflower Journal, and other Pilgrim related materials. It operates a genealogical research library at its Plymouth headquarters and offers tours of the historic Mayflower Society House. 
Contact Info:  
Susan Belekewicz
Office Clerk
Indianhead Resort

Office Clerk

Rate of Pay $12/hr

People skills-reliability and dependability

Make reservations, answer phone calls, answer emails,

Check campers into their site and make sure that they leave on time

Clerk the camp store
Campground or hotel/motel experience preferred

Flexible hours, most weekend day(s) in July and August are required.
Salary Range:  
$12 to $12
Hospitality and Hotel
Group Sales Coordinator
The Group Sales Coordinator will support the Museum’s inside sales function to include the scheduling of group reservations for admission, special events, and promoting other Museum programs including educational programs, dining and retail services. Working collaboratively with Guest Services, Education, as well as other Museum staff and services, this position will be the lead for group receiving at all museum locations to ensure that group needs and visits are accommodated and receive excellent customer service.
As the first point of contact for the Museum, strong customer service skills and impeccable attention to detail are a must. The ideal candidate must have an interest in the travel and tourism industry, be organized, self-motivated, resourceful, creative, energetic and able to multi-task. Individual must be able to work as a member of a team - receiving direction and providing leadership. Solid decision making skills are a plus. Experience in business office, sales and scheduling preferred. Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs is required. 
Plimoth Plantation hamso-fareast-font-family:Calibri;mso-bidi-font-family:"Times New Roman";
mso-ansi-language:EN-US;mso-fareast-language:EN-US;mso-bidi-language:AR-SA'>s an opportunity to work at one of the country's most prestigious living history museums. Operating on a remarkable property overlooking Cape Cod Bay, Plimoth Plantation brings the story of America’s early foundation to life for hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.  
Business Casual
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Contact Info:  
Sue Haverstock
Professional Painting


Rapidly growing, reputable painting and home improvement company is seeking experienced professionals to join our team. Locally owned and operated, we’ve been serving Plymouth and the surrounding towns for 12 years. Our focus is on quality work, exceptional customer service and a high level of professionalism. We offer competitive pay and opportunities for advancement in a positive, fast-paced environment.

If you’re a team player wanting to put your skills to use and grow with us, this role may be perfect for you!

Job Type: Full time with long-term growth potential. Year-round work.
Experience: 5+ years
Compensation: $20-$24 per hour, based on experience
Company branded apparel provided


  • Prepare and apply various exterior and interior finishes in residential and light commercial settings.

  • Prepare various surfaces for paint/stain by washing, scraping, sanding or other means as necessary and instructed.

  • Caulk, putty or plaster holes and cracks as necessary and instructed.

  • Paint/stain using brush, roller, spray gun or other applicator.

  • Perform related duties as assigned. 

  • Professional, high quality work and good work ethic

  • Attention to detail

  • Team player with a positive attitude

  • Punctual and able to work 40+ hours

  • Have your own painting tools

  • Ability to carry and climb ladders, as well as lift 50+lbs.

  • Reliable transportation

  • Valid MA driver's license

  • Good references

  • Pass screening process, including background check

  • Smart phone with internet access for mobile application for timekeeping, scheduling and communications

  • *Home improvement skills and spraying knowledge a plus – tiling, plastering, drywall, light carpentry

Michael Greene Painting & Home Improvements is a 100% drug-free workplace

114 Long Pond Road, Plymouth MA
Salary Range:  
$41,600 to $49,920
Contact Info:  
Melissa Greene
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