Help Wanted: School Secretary, Weekend Receptionist, Graphic Designer

Here's your weekly roundup of who's hiring in town and in nearby St. Charles County.

Each week, Patch brings you a list of businesses seeking to fill positions in town and in nearby communities. Here are six opportunities we found this week:

Who’s Hiring:
: Off-Hours Stock Crew
Description: Responsible for maintaining a well-stocked appearance in the store: works closely with the Store Management team to ensure company standards are met. The hours for this shift are commonly early morning, however in certain locations or during holiday seasons, overnight shifts may be available.
Knowledge of shipping and receiving process in a retail environment; ability to lift up to 25 pounds, climb ladders, up to 12 feet; multi-task and prioritize projects
To Apply
: Click here to apply online.

Who’s Hiring:
Location: St. Charles,
: Kindergarten teacher, one year only
: Full-time, starts Aug. 7
Must be eligible for Missouri teacher certification in the appropriate area.
To Apply: Click here to apply online.

Who’s Hiring: Thomasville
Job: Part-Time Weekend Receptionist
: Greet customers and answer telephone in a courteous and professional manner representing Thomasville in a favorable way.
Pay: $12.25 per hour
Requirements: High school graduate or GED; one to two years experience working within a retail environment as a receptionist, office or customer service representative.
To Apply: Click here to apply online.

Who’s Hiring:
Location: Wentzville,
Job: Division Secretary - Attendance
$11.15 - $13.07 per hour
Description: Assists management-level administrators; performs database management and spreadsheet development, typing, proofreading, answering phones; other duties as assigned.
High School diploma or equivalent; minimum one year professional secretarial experience, type at least 50 wpm.
To Apply: Click here to apply online.

Who's Hiring?
Location: Lake Saint Louis
: Delivery Driver
: Pull, load, and deliver customer purchases in a friendly, timely, safe and efficient manner.
Requirements: Valid Commercial Drivers License (CDL) Required. Requires morning, afternoon and evening availability any day of the week; ability to operate store equipment in assigned area (including but not limited to LRT, telephone, paging system, copiers, fax machines, computers, CCTV surveillance system, key cutting, panel saw, paint mixing computer, blind cutting, forklifts, pallet jacks, electric lifts, etc).
To Apply: Click here to apply online.

Who's Hiring: St. Charles Community College
Location: Cottleville
Job: Graphic Designer
Pay: $32,834 - $ 42,675, commensurate with experience
Description: Conceive and produce computer-based artwork and page layout for a wide range of print and digital advertising, promotions, and publication for the college.
Requirements: Minimum Associates degree in graphic arts, communication or related field, required; Bachelor’s degree preferred; two years in previous full-time experience with a minimum of two years in computer graphics, one year design and production, one year electronic file preparation.
How to Apply
: Submit resume or college employment application; enter the position “Requisition No.” on the resume or employment application form. Applications for Employment may be completed, saved and emailed to jobs@stchas.edu. Applications are also available in the Human Resources Department and may be mailed, faxed or hand delivered to the following address.
Human Resources Department
St. Charles Community College
Administration Building – Room 1123
4601 Mid Rivers Mall Drive
Cottleville, MO 63376
Phone: 636-922-8421 Fax: 636-922-8293
Email: jobs@stchas.edu

Jobs found through city and company websites, Snagajob.com, Indeed.com, Careerjet.com, Silkroad.com, CareerBuilder.com, SimplyHired.com, Glassdoor.com and Monster.com.

Editor’s note: Patch cannot guarantee that these jobs will still be available when you apply. We do not endorse or recommend these jobs. Please do your own research about any potential employer you apply to.


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