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Full Time
10/25/2021
Houston, TX
(0 miles)
$10.87 to $16.30 / hr
Come work & make great money in Alaska! Westward Seafoods and Alyeska Seafoods are recruiting for Seasonal Seafood Processors for our two shore-based plants located in Dutch Harbor, Alaska. We are looking for people to start immediately for the Season. When you enter your information or apply with your resume you will be contacted by a recruiter or hiring manager. Note: You will need to apply and attend a Virtual Interview.
We provide the World with Seafood! WSI processes several species of seafood including Pollock, Crab, Pacific Cod, Halibut and Sablefish. Production employees process raw product that is delivered from fishing vessels to sell to customers. Processors can be assigned various positions within the production dpt. such as: butchering, sorting, filleting, and case-up. Processors are also required to participate in plant clean-up, and other duties as assigned.
**Due to COVID-19 there is a mandatory quarantine upon arrival. Further explanation will be discussed during your interview.**
All WSI employees are required to wear protective safety gear where required and are responsible for promoting and maintaining a safe working environment for self and others.
Benefits: Housing, Meals & Transportation to/from point of hire provided ONLY $15 a day for room & board, automatically deducted from your paycheck.
Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age, and must pass a post-offer drug screen and physical Must be able to stand and work for long hours in an often wet and cold environment Must be prepared to work 7 days a week for up to 18 hours per day Must be able to repeatedly lift up to 50 pounds Must have a basic understanding of English & the ability to follow written or oral instructions Must be able to climb stairs, and stand and walk on uneven and slippery surfaces Must be willing to work any shift, including nights Must be able to walk quickly to designated areas in the event of an emergency Must be able to follow emergency instructions All WSI employees must be willing to work and live in a multi-cultural environment 
WSI has a zero tolerance policy for drugs and alcohol.
Westward Seafoods is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, creed, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. Please let us know if you need reasonable accommodation during the hiring process.
Full Time
10/19/2021
Houston, TX 77015
(11.7 miles)
$18.50 / hr
PRIMARY PURPOSE: To transport students to and from school and on trips in a safe manner
QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education/Certification: CDL with Air Brake, Passenger and S Endorsement State of Texas School Bus Drivers Certification CPR/First Aid Certified Must be Insurable by the District
Special Knowledge and Skills: Experience working with school age children helpful In-house training in working with students with special needs Trained in securing wheelchairs
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: Safely transport students to and from school or on trips Assist special needs students while loading, riding, and unloading school bus.  NOTE:  Bus Aide will assume this duty; however, the driver is responsible and is to observe and assist if necessary. Oversee the safety and discipline management of the students while loading, riding and unloading the school bus. Maintain basic operations of the bus. Conduct all required bus inspections in a thorough manner. Complete all required forms as specified in the Department Handbook Participate in bus evacuations and supervise bus captain training. Attend all safety meetings. All other duties as assigned.
EQUIPMENT USED: Wheelchair lift and buss supplied safety equipment Student Safety Vests Wheelchair tie-down straps
WORKING CONDITIONS: Mental Demands: Ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written)
Physical Demands/Environmental Factors:
Occasional heavy lifting, stooping, bending or kneeling and constant sitting Exposure to seasonal weather changes Regular attendance
Full Time
10/19/2021
Houston, TX 77015
(11.7 miles)
$11.74 / hr
PRIMARY PURPOSE: To serve the students attractive, safe, and nutritious meals in an atmosphere of efficiency, cleanliness, and friendliness.
QUALIFICATIONS: Must complete TASN Safety and Sanitation or other approved classes every three years. Minimum Education/Certification: Ability to understand instructions for food preparation and safety procedures. Must attend training as required to comply with USDA Professional Standards Special Knowledge/Skills: Able to follow instructions and perform all duties in school district kitchen with a congenial attitude. Maintain current food handler’s certification appropriate to work location. Ability to read, understand and comply with all safety procedures, company policies and procedures and Safety Data Sheets (SDS).
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: Able to read and follow instructions. Cooperates with the supervisor, the manager, and other workers. Works at assigned duties, determined by the manager. Is held responsible for a specific job and is directly responsible to the manager for instructions. Follows standardized recipes and strives to produce a quality product. Is acquainted with different methods of food preparation or is willing to learn. Plans and organizes work in advance according to menu items and production records. Enjoys working with and is courteous to children. Meets emergencies with poise and self-confidence. Possesses the amount of speed necessary to safely and efficiently produce quality products according to written work schedules. Prepares and serves food for catering events when requested. Helps co-workers when needed until all work is finished in order to have a smooth running operation. Strives for cleanliness and tidiness and maintains good housekeeping practices. Is punctual and dependable. Assists in serving students and staff from the cafeteria counter or fast food serving area. Assists in maintaining the storeroom, walk-in cooler, freezer and garbage collection area in a neat and sanitary fashion. Follows appropriate sanitation guidelines when preparing food, serving food, and cleaning utensils. Removes used dishes and assists in the cleaning of counters, tables, and furnishings in the dining area. Performs all other duties as assigned by the Manager, Supervisor, or Director of Child Nutrition Programs. Accepts constructive criticism.
EQUIPMENT USED: Uses large and small kitchen equipment to include electric slicer, mixer, pressure steamer, deep-fat fryer, buffalo chopper, ovens, dishwasher, food and utility carts.
WORKING CONDITIONS AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Stands, walks, pushes and pulls; lifts and carries; some stooping, bending and kneeling. Able to lift weights of up to 25 pounds unassisted, on a routine basis; able to lift weights of 26 to 50 pounds, assisted.
ENVIRONMENT: Moderate exposure to extreme hot and/or cold temperatures; moderate exposure to noise levels and some exposure to chemicals.
Full Time
10/19/2021
Houston, TX 77015
(11.7 miles)
$11.74 / hr
PRIMARY PURPOSE: Follow routine cleaning and maintenance procedures to maintain a high standard of safety, cleanliness and efficiency of building operations and grounds. Work days, evenings or nights as requested
QUALIFICATIONS: Minimal Education/Certification: Ability to read and understand verbal instructions in English for cleaning, maintenance, and safety procedures Must be able to pass test of skill and mechanical aptitude to detect equipment malfunctions for safety to self and others
Special Knowledge/Skills: Ability to lift and carry 45 pounds without assistance Properly handle cleaning supplies Abilities to operate cleaning equipment and lift heavy equipment Ability to perform preventative maintenance on cleaning equipment.
Minimum Experience: Substitute in GPISD as a custodian for 3 to 6 months or other acceptable experience as approved by the Custodial Supervisor.
MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES: Maintain a program of preventive maintenance to ensure the comfort, health and safety of students and staff. Assume the responsibility for opening and closing the building each school day. Establish procedures for locking, checking and safeguarding facilities. Check daily to ensure that all exit doors are open and all panic bolts are working properly during the hours of building occupancy. Develop and maintain a cleaning schedule that will include the cleaning of floors, chalkboards, wastebaskets, windows, furniture, equipment, laundry and restrooms. Keep the school building and grounds, including sidewalks, driveways, parking lots and play areas neat and clean. Observe and inform supervisor of safety hazards Comply with local laws and procedures for the storage and disposal of trash. Report major repairs needed to the supervisor. Inspect and maintain machines and equipment for safety and efficiency. Move furniture or equipment within the building as directed by the supervisor. Follow all safety codes and standards. Ensure that quality workmanship is exhibited. Maintain personal appearance and hygiene. Promote teamwork and interaction with fellow staff members. Is punctual and dependable. Exhibit professionalism and courtesy to fellow workers, other department members, teachers, students and parents. Complete timesheet as required by supervisor. Performs all other duties as assigned.
EQUIPMENT USED: 20” rotos, automatic floor machines, carpet extractors, commercial vacuums, wet/dry vacuums, 24 oz. wet mops, large wringers, tools, and other equipment as training.
WORKING CONDITIONS: Mental Demands: Ability to communicate
Physical Demands / Environmental Factors: Strenuous walking, standing and/or climbing; some reaching above shoulders; some stooping, bending, kneeling, pushing and pulling required daily; heavy lifting of objects weighing up to 45 pounds. Work is done outside and inside;  exposure to hot/humid and cold temperatures; exposure to dust, toxic chemicals and materials; slippery or uneven walking surfaces; work on ladders; work alone. Regular attendance.
Full Time
10/25/2021
Galveston, TX
(46.8 miles)
$10.87 to $16.30 / hr
Come work & make great money in Alaska! Westward Seafoods and Alyeska Seafoods are recruiting for Seasonal Seafood Processors for our two shore-based plants located in Dutch Harbor, Alaska. We are looking for people to start immediately for the Season. When you enter your information or apply with your resume you will be contacted by a recruiter or hiring manager. Note: You will need to apply and attend a Virtual Interview.
We provide the World with Seafood! WSI processes several species of seafood including Pollock, Crab, Pacific Cod, Halibut and Sablefish. Production employees process raw product that is delivered from fishing vessels to sell to customers. Processors can be assigned various positions within the production dpt. such as: butchering, sorting, filleting, and case-up. Processors are also required to participate in plant clean-up, and other duties as assigned.
**Due to COVID-19 there is a mandatory quarantine upon arrival. Further explanation will be discussed during your interview.**
All WSI employees are required to wear protective safety gear where required and are responsible for promoting and maintaining a safe working environment for self and others.
Benefits: Housing, Meals & Transportation to/from point of hire provided ONLY $15 a day for room & board, automatically deducted from your paycheck.
Qualifications: Must be at least 18 years of age, and must pass a post-offer drug screen and physical Must be able to stand and work for long hours in an often wet and cold environment Must be prepared to work 7 days a week for up to 18 hours per day Must be able to repeatedly lift up to 50 pounds Must have a basic understanding of English & the ability to follow written or oral instructions Must be able to climb stairs, and stand and walk on uneven and slippery surfaces Must be willing to work any shift, including nights Must be able to walk quickly to designated areas in the event of an emergency Must be able to follow emergency instructions All WSI employees must be willing to work and live in a multi-cultural environment 
WSI has a zero tolerance policy for drugs and alcohol.
Westward Seafoods is an equal opportunity employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, religion, creed, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by applicable law. Please let us know if you need reasonable accommodation during the hiring process.
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