Intero Real Estate Services
Job Description A Real Estate Professional assists clients who are looking to buy or sell a home. When putting a home on the market for sale or trying to buy a new home, clients need a Real Estate Professional to help them get the best value possible out of their home sale and purchase. In this position, you will help client's market and sell their home and find a home to purchase that fulfills their needs. There has never been a more exciting time to be involved in the real estate market, so we are eager and motivated to partner with Real Estate Professionals who are excited to join us. We are looking for Real Estate Professionals who thrive in fast-paced environments and are meticulously detail-oriented. Your success will be dependent on customer satisfaction, so an ability to understand and meet clients' needs is essential. If you are organized, self-motivated and customer-service oriented, this position could be a great fit for you. As a part of our commitment to our active and former military personnel, we are specifically looking to hire individuals who have served in any branch of the armed forces. As with many specialized professions, becoming a Real Estate Professional does require obtaining a state license. A license is not required to apply for this position. To acquire a real estate license, state approved training is required followed by a test. We will help you navigate through this process. Compensation for Real Estate Professionals is directly tied to performance. The more you sell, the more you earn. Many agents are able to earn over $100,000 annually. Job Responsibilities In this role, you will... Devise marketing strategies for clients to prepare their home for a fast and profitable sale Manage communication between home buyers and sellers so mutual acceptance can be achieved Take prospective home buyers on tours of properties and to open houses Communicate with clients about their real estate needs so you can find the best possible home for them Understand your local real estate market and stay updated on home sales Create marketing materials to advertise your services Attend trainings to learn more and improve your Real Estate Professional skills Connect regularly with you clients to make sure their real estate needs are being tended to As an employer, we will... Provide you with training to prepare you to be the best possible Real Estate Professional Share our supportive workplace culture with you to help you meet your clients' needs Offer you a flexible work schedule to meet your work and life need About Intero Real Estate Founded in 2002, Intero Real Estate Services, Inc. has quickly become one of the premier real estate brands in the United States. In 2004, Intero Franchise Services Inc. began franchising and currently is operating in many of the western states. In 2009, Intero International Franchise Services, LLC embarked on developing territories in Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East, Africa, and the Americas. The companies are private and headquartered in California's Silicon Valley. Industry Real Estate
EKPC Company Information East Kentucky Power Cooperative is an electric generation and transmission company headquartered in Winchester, KY, just 15 minutes east of Lexington. We also have facilities across the state of Kentucky that generate electric power and service centers for local power lines and substations support. EKPC offers a wage and benefits package that ranks among the best in the state. EKPC provides a 401(k) retirement plan; a medical and dental plan; competitive vacation package; and a professional work environment. EKPC is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veteran Key Roles To perform all duties necessary to provide efficient service in the construction, maintenance, upgrading and relocation of EKPC transmission lines. Key Responsibilities East Kentucky Power Cooperative has one opening for a Line Technician. Three levels of skills will be considered for this one position. The chosen applicant will be hired based on the level of experience commensurate with their experience. All levels Performs work on transmission structures in the maintenance and relocation of transmission lines. Operates live-line maintenance tools in performing work on energized lines and stations. Performs installation and maintenance on air break and other type switches. Assists with scheduled and emergency line and substation outages. Accepts switching order instructions and operates switching devices. Assists with the safe loading and unloading of poles. Loads and secures material and equipment onto trucks and trailers. Operates appropriate equipment and trucks necessary to perform maintenance and relocation of transmission lines. Performs foot and aerial patrols of transmission lines. Supports Right-of-Way and Substation Electricians. Level 1 Load and secure material and equipment onto trucks and trailers. Ensure work area is clear of debris (e.g. pole signs, brush, rocks) when using a chainsaw. Attach safety lanyard to bucket truck. Inspect hardware on transmission structures and adjust or replace as necessary. Inspect a pole for unsafe conditions prior to climbing (e.g. groundline rot, pole rot, holes, foreign objects in pole). Coordinate with gas and water companies to locate underground lines. Inventory poles. Remove old pole from ground using a pole jack. Clean a pole hole by hand using a spade and spoon or post hole digger. Verify that the hole has been dug to the proper depth for a single pole structure using rule of thumb 10% of pole length plus 2 feet. Harness the pole above its balance point using a sling in order to move it into position for setting. Guide the pole into/out of a hole by hand on a de-energized line. Fill dirt, rocks, or gravel into area surrounding a newly installed pole by using shovels and tamps in order to support and set the pole. Frame up a pole while in the air by installing the hardware and crossarm (if needed) while de-energized. Attach guy wire to anchor eye. Use the proper nylon sling to lift steel pole. Install/remove/replace a down guy or a span guy, de-energized. Visually inspect vehicles prior to use and complete daily inspection sheet. Document mileage on vehicle inspection report. Drive bucket truck or knuckle boom or digger derrick. Inspect, put on, and remove climbing gear and safety equipment at proper time and place. Climb up or climb down a pole using proper equipment and procedures. Position self in proper location to perform work on pole. Install/remove/replace any type insulator on a pole or arm while de-energized. Install/remove dampers (lead or spiral) on existing conductors. Install/remove a mechanical dead-end. Monitor vehicle and equipment gauges. Check and maintain oil and other fluid levels. Check and replace exterior lights. Change tires in emergency situations. Splice an eye to winch cable. Tie knots, hitches, and rigging. Attach rope slings to insulators in order to suspend insulators. Operate a hand line in order to transport tools, equipment, and other materials up or down a transmission structure. Attach/remove a running block and line to pole and a stationary object on the ground in order to lift material up a pole. Clip-in a conductor on a de-energized straight line structure. Inspect, test, and repair personal protective grounds. Use a voltage detector to determine if conductor is de-energized. Ground de-energized transmission lines before performing work. Inspect, test, and repair pole grounds. Ground trucks to system ground or screw ground. Label transmission structures to identify them. Foot patrol transmission structures and right-of-way to identify faults/problems and enter foot patrol and aerial notes in computer database. Repair pole holes with approved material. Inspect trucks for proper equipment and complete daily inspection sheet. Operate a hydraulic jack. Operate a gas chain saw or hydraulic saw. Operate a drill to bore a hole. Operate ground rod driver. Use cable cutters to cut cable. Operate generators. Operate pneumatic air equipment. Operate the ATV. Operate a four-wheel drive pick-up truck. Hitch trailers to trucks. Flag traffic at the job site. Inspect the condition of rubber goods. Sharpen climbing gaffs. Inspect lanyards, harness, fall arrest, and fall restraint systems. Inspect and clean rubber gloves, sleeves, hoses, and blankets. Inspect fire extinguishers and first aid kits and all emergency equipment on vehicles prior to use. Identify minimum approach distances. Determine insulating voltage. Associate number of insulators or belles to determine insulating voltages. Maintain switch plates Level 2 Open or close a distribution recloser manually or with electronic controls. Winch trucks over difficult terrain onto job site. Position trucks on site according to safety standards. Prepare hot stick for job. Drive tractor-trailer. Secure a pole or poles on a pole trailer or pole dinky, connect safety lights, and transport pole to work site using truck. Install/replace crossarm and install/transfer conductors. Replace cross-arm and braces on de-energized structure. Properly position and climb a hook ladder to perform work on overhead lines. Assess terrain for support of vehicle and equipment weight. Plan vehicle and equipment movements based upon clearances and hazards. Reference lift capacity charts for vehicles and equipment. Test with voltage detector and ground de-energized conductors. Install/remove gang-operated switches. Install/remove motor-operated switches. Install/remove a compression dead-end clamp. Install/remove a de-energized lightning arrestor. Transfer conductors to a new structure. Repair damaged conductor while de-energized. Splice a conductor. Inspect winch cabling and all lifting equipment and replace as necessary. Coordinate with mechanics to make repairs. Rig a conductor with a steel sling or chain, rope slings, wire grips, and hoist in order to temporarily transfer strain from the insulators to the hoist. Attach wire grip and hoist on a dead-end pole in order to transfer strain from the insulators to the hoist. Attach sling, hoist, grips, and rope slings on a dead-end pole with vertical construction. Rig an angle structure with sling and hoist in order to temporarily transfer strain from the insulators to the hoist under de-energized conditions. Install a sling or chain around the pole to attach a chain hoist. Use a noise detector in order to test de-energized transmission lines. Refuse blown highside substation fuse. Replace top of pole with bayonet. Operate the digger derrick to set poles and lift material. Operate pressure digger. Operate press to crimp a sleeve. Use the digger truck to dig holes. Use the anchor attachment to install anchors. Obtain Class "A" permit. Operate the bulldozer and backhoe. Operate the bucket truck. Perform traffic control measures such as setting up cones and road signs. Inspect lanyards, harness, fall arrest, and fall restraint systems. Identify minimum approach distances Associate number of insulators or belles to determine insulating voltages. Obtain Hold Card and perform switching. Perform lockout/tagout procedures. Return distribution substation on-line. Level 3 Read and interpret EKPC Electric Transmission Specifications and Drawings Book and Plan and Profile Sheets. Ensure necessary material is available to complete job requirements according to spec book. Inspect hardware on transmission structures and adjust or replace as necessary. Frame up a pole while in the air by installing the hardware and crossarm while energized...... click apply for full job details
Job Duties and Responsibilities Do you enjoy physical indoor/outdoor work, talking with people, providing customer service and learning new technologies? Are you seeking an opportunity where you have independence, confidence, and control your success? Are you a natural leader who is adaptable and willing to learn new skills? Then being a DISH Satellite TV Technician/Installer is your calling. At DISH, we invest in our Satellite TV Installers/Technicians. We provide classroom and on-the-job training as well as a van, tools, and uniforms. Our Satellite TV Technicians/Installers are responsible for multiple customer visits daily which could include completing site surveys, installing satellite equipment, ensuring a quality broadband internet connection and educating our customers on our award-winning DISH Satellite TV services. Bring your computer, electrical, maintenance/repair, general labor, cable, military, customer service and/or customer relationship experience to DISH! What's in it for you? $14.75 / hour DISH provides our technicians with paid training, uniforms, cutting edge tools, a fuel card, and a vehicle Progressive incentive program for providing additional solutions to customers - As you earn points, you may choose from thousands of rewards such as digital tablets, riding lawn mowers, or even airfare to Hawaii! An opportunity to earn additional bi-weekly incentive pay through achieving your performance goals! Have 3 days off per week - we schedule our technicians to work 4-day work weeks Highly independent work with unparalleled promotional opportunities Comprehensive benefits package including complimentary DISH Network service, paid time off, medical, dental, and vision insurance, 401K, employee stock purchase program, and tuition reimbursement Satellite TV Installers/Technician Primary Responsibilities: Conducting site surveys - determine the best positioning of our equipment for strongest signal reception Installing cutting edge technology - place mounts, satellite dishes and receivers while ensuring broadband connectivity Educating customers - review order with the customer and teach them the basics to use and enjoy their new service and equipment Providing Dish Smart Home Services - successful technicians offer our customers additional services and products while earning incentives and building new skill sets that will propel them into the future of in-home services delivery For more information, please click here Skills - Experience and Requirements A successful Satellite TV Installer/Technician will have the following: Excellent written and verbal communication skills. High energy, being resourceful, and strong multi-tasking skills Basic computer skills; basic electronics and/or audio/video knowledge is helpful. Strong customer service skills; friendly, approachable and motivated with a strong work ethic and high degree of integrity. Ability to stand for long periods of time on a ladder, lift over 70 lbs at times, crawl into small spaces, work in all climates and remain within the individual weight requirement of 335 lbs. Willingness to work flexible schedules including weekends, holidays and evenings. High school diploma or GED preferred; college or technical/vocational school a plus. Must possess a valid driver's license in the State you are seeking employment in, with a driving record that meets DISH's minimum safety standard. Cable industry experience is a plus. Our Home-Based Satellite TV Installer/Technicians are required to have the following: Minimum 5'x5'x10' covered and secured area at technician residence. Computer with broadband internet. Ability to plug in all DISH Network chargeable devices. Dedicated off street parking at technician residence. Ground floor access for equipment (preferred).
Pebble Beach, California
Shipt is a membership-based marketplace that helps people get the things they need, like fresh produce and household essentials, from stores they trust. Help people save time and have fun while you're at it - there's never been a better time to join Shipt. As a Shipt Shopper, you will: * Use the app to accept orders from Shipt members in your area. * Accurately shop and deliver orders to member homes. * 'Bring the magic' with every delivery to ensure the best customer experience. Why Shipt? * Earn up to $22/hr or more. Save up for a dream trip, pay down debt, or donate to your favorite cause - it's up to you! * Help people in your community: Get out and stay active, providing an invaluable service to Shipt members. * Set your own hours: Be your own boss and work part-time, full-time, or any time in between. * Free Shipt membership: Discover the benefits of same-day delivery for yourself. * Be part of the Shipt family: Get to know fellow shoppers through online groups, exclusive events, and meetups. * Work wherever you are: Easily shop in any of our service areas when you're on the road. All applicants must: * Be at least 18 years old. * Have access to reliable transportation (car year of 1997 or newer) and car insurance coverage. * Have a current U.S. driver's license. * Have knowledge about handpicking fresh produce. * Be willing to submit to a thorough background check. * Provide your own insulated cooler bag. * Be able to lift 25+ pounds. * Be familiar with using an Android or iPhone. Job Type: Contract