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Help Wanted: Local Jobs Available

Take a look at who's hiring in the Port Jefferson area.

For those seeking work in the area - or those who are looking for a new job, or even a second job - check out the list of local job openings below. Also, the New York Department of Labor offers tips and links on its website.

Government Services Administrators

  • Title: Benefits administrator
  • Duties: Oversee day-to-day management of GSA clients by communicating benefits information to clients, performing administrative tasks, and more.
  • Apply here

  • Title: Telephone operator
  • Duties: Previous experience as a telephone operator on a heavy-volume switchboard required.
  • Apply here

Stony Brook University

  • Title: Counselor
  • Duties: Implement and provide an evidence-based intervention curriculum within a multi-site adolescent clinic.
  • Apply here

Whole Foods

  • Title: Associate store team leader
  • Duties: Assist leadership with operations, communications, and more; ensure food safety, meet financial goals, mentor team members, and more.
  • Apply here

  • Title: Transportation aide
  • Duties: SCIP and CPR certifications required, and one year of experience with developmentally disabled preferred.
  • Apply here

BASF

  • Title: Microbiology technician
  • Duties: Identify and manage potential microbiological threats to raw material.
  • Apply here

Lowe's

  • Title: Unload associate
  • Duties: Oversee safe, accurate and efficient unloading and placement of freight.
  • Apply here

Economic Policy Institute

  • Title: Human resource and administrative manager
  • Duties: Manage recruiting process, identify resource requirements, design and implement induction programs for employees.
  • Apply here

Valley National Bank

  • Title: Teller
  • Duties: Process withdrawals and deposits, identify selling opportunities and refer customers.
  • Apply here

Have a local job you want in our Help Wanted roundup? Email editor Lon Cohen at: Lon.Cohen@patch.com.

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