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ARCHITECT: Well-established North Fork architecture firm seeking motivated assistant proficient in Vectorworks, with excellent residential construction drawing skills. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
CABINET SHOP ASSISTANT: Immediate hire, local. Experience preferred but will train a motivated employee. Apply to email@example.com
CAREGIVERS: HHA, PCA and companions. F/T, P/T, live-in, flexible schedules. Kind, caring, compassionate individuals to provide in-home care. Comfort Keepers, 631-369-6080.
CARPENTER/HELPER: For residential construction. Experience and transportation required. 631-734-7400.
CASHIER: F/T, P/T. Busy Greenport restaurant. Salamander’s, 631-477-2878.
CLEANING POSITION: Domestic. For B&B. Weekends a must. Must be a hard-worker with attention to detail. English-speaking a plus. References required. 631-734-8539.
CONSTRUCTION HELPER: Must have driver’s license and be reliable. 631-901-5119.
COUNTER HELP/ICE CREAM SERVER: P/T. Make great extra summer money. Apply in person, D’Latte, Greenport 218 Main Street.
CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSOCIATE: F/T needed for national maintenance management company located in Riverhead. Looking for dynamic, organized, self-starter with strong communication skills and PC knowledge. Team-oriented, fast-paced environment. Heavy phones, both incoming and outgoing. Great career opportunity/benefits. Apply online at www.cintas.com/careers Rec# 10160628.
DELIVERY DRIVER: Immediate. Greenhouse stock, box truck, lift gate. 631-722-5076.
DELIVERY DRIVER: P/T. Stocking shelves. Must be able to lift 70 lbs. frequently. Valid/clean driver’s license. Lighthouse Marine, 631-722-5700, ask for Pat.
DELIVERY DRIVER: Monday and Thursday. North and South Forks. Cutchogue farm. 631-876-5401.
DENTIST: P/T, half day/week. Greenport. Provide general dental service at nursing facilities. 1-800- 543-4353 ext. 29. Send resumes firstname.lastname@example.org
DOCK BUILDER: F/T, year round. Experienced. Driver’s license required. South Shore. Benefits. 516-458-7328.
DRAFTSPERSON/CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISOR: P/T, F/T. Residential experience helpful. 631-734-7455.
DRIVER: F/T. CDL B or A. Dry-wall boom truck 10-speed Road-ranger. Must be able to shift and drive. Will train on drywall boom. Hard worker only! Good pay, full benefits. Calverton location. 631- 727-0165 or email resume email@example.com
DRIVER: P/T. CDL with passenger endorsement required. Ambulette experience. Riverhead area. Retirees welcome. 631-477-5912.
DRIVERS: F/T, P/T for limousine company. Town cars/stretches. Experience not necessary, will train. All shifts available. English-speaking/ writing a plus. All cars are non-smoking. Non-smoking driver preferred. Please call 631-288-7777.
DRIVERS: Mr. Bult’s is currently hiring experienced Class A CDL drivers in NY. If interested in applying, please text Haul to 55000 or www.mrbults.com/careers (N)
ELECTRICIAN’S HELPER: Must have 1-2 years’ experience, own tools/transportation. 631-252-6581.
FOOD SERVICE POSITIONS: F/ T, P/T. Sandwich-making, grilling, short-order cooking, slicing, prepping. Experience a plus. Also salesperson or floor manager for small market. Call 631-323-2580 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
FOOD SERVICE: Cook needed for the remainder of this school year and the upcoming year as well. September-June school schedule. Great morning/early afternoon schedule. Great for off-season work and parents are welcome! Food service experience helpful. Must be a reliable and energetic team player. Back- ground check required. Please call 631-477-1950 ext. 1230 for more information or apply online at www.whitsons.com/careers requisition# 2688.
FUEL DOCK ATTENDANT/ DOCK HAND: F/T, seasonal, weekends a must. Past experience preferred, will train right person. Please call Lighthouse Marina, 631-722- 3400.
HAIRCUTTING POSITIONS: Hairstylist and/or barber for a busy established shop in Mattituck. 631-697-8895.
HOTEL POSITIONS: Housekeeping and office staff needed. English-speaking a plus. 631-477-2800.
INTERNSHIP: For Historic Films, a documentary producer/film archive in Greenport. A commitment of at least 2 days/week for 8 weeks or longer. Unpaid but travel stipend. Send information/resume to email@example.com
IRRIGATION TECHNICIAN/ HELPER: Own transportation required. Valid driver’s license. Salary based on experience. 631-722-8285.
IRRIGATION INSTALLER/SERVICE TECH.: Clean driver’s license required. 631-298-0288.
The people behind Concordia Senior Communities have not given up on developing an assisted living facility in Riverhead and may soon return to with a slightly scaled down version of their original proposal. (more…)
Update: A woman with multiple prostitution arrests, Jaqulynn Vaughn was held on $25,000 bail at an arraignment in Riverhead Town Justice Court Saturday morning before Judge Allen Smith following an assault Friday.
The 26-year-old did not make bail and was being held at the Suffolk County Jail. She’s due back in court in Monday. (more…)
Though President Obama’s executive actions on immigration reform have stalled in federal court, the policies’ potential impacts on a local level is still much on the minds of some business owners.
Immigration attorney Christopher Worth, who has offices on East Main Street in Riverhead, tried to respond to concerns during a Thursday morning Chamber of Commerce event in Riverhead called Eggs and Issues.
A dispute between two women in a hotel parking lot turned violent Friday afternoon after one of the women struck the other with her car, Riverhead police said. (more…)
The Suffolk County legislators’ reasons for voting ‘no’ varied: the inconvenience of moving staff, the cost of added mileage or a reluctance to mess with a government they say already works.
But there was one thing universally true for all the legislators who voted against a proposal holding more meetings on the East End: they all represent districts far west of here. (more…)