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Description
July-December 2024
$17.38 hourly
Part time or Full time

LOCATION: Remotely, with opportunities to work at Maine Department of Marine Resources (Augusta)
Tri-State Staffing seeks to fill one Planning & Research Assistant position to assist with implementation of the Maine Coastal Cleanup and to help finalize data for the update of the Maine Coastal Public Access Guide.
Responsibilities of these positions include: outreach to Coastal Cleanup coordinators and participation, reviewing land trust and municipal websites for information about public coastal access, site visits to public access sites, and writing site summaries. A clean driving record, the ability to drive to public access locations (within an agreed-upon radius from the position's home), and a class C license are required.

Requirements
• High school degree required, in-progress associate’s or bachelor’s degree or
completed degree preferred
• Class C license and clean driving record
• Personal car and ability to drive to public access and coastal cleanup sites
• Residing within one hour of the Maine coast
• Comfortable speaking on the phone
• Experience with Microsoft products

Contact Email

Comments
Please submit your resume (no length restriction), contact information for at least two references, and a cover letter outlining your interest and starting availability by June 28 (open until filled via):
1.Email: with the subject line of DMR – Coastal Cleanup and Access Guide2.Mail: Tri-State Staffing, Inc. Attn: DMR – Coastal Cleanup and Access Guide, PO Box 2182, Augusta, ME 04338-2182If you have any questions regarding the position, please contact Melissa Britsch at the Department of Marine Resources at or 207-215-6171

Description
July - December, 2024
$20.08 hourly
Full-time
Location: Hybrid work with part-time presence at the Department of Marine Resources office in Augusta, ME. Occasional travel for field work possible. Schedule flexible.

The Maine Coastal Program is a partnership among local, regional, and state agencies for the purpose of managing Maine's coastal resources for the public benefit. Formerly a program of the Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry, the Maine Coastal Program is now a Division of the Maine Department of Marine Resources. Through this networked program, no one agency or department is responsible for the entire coast. Rather, all partners help ensure its proper management. The result of this balanced approach is a healthier coast--and a better future for communities. The Planning & Research Associate I position will report to the Coastal Resiliency Specialist (Resource Management Coordinator) in delivering two priority projects over a 6-month employment term: analysis of coastal bluff stabilization impact on natural resources and habitat, and preparation of the 2026 – 2030 Maine Coastal Program Strategic Outlook, which sets priorities and strategies for management of coastal resources in Maine.
Position Objectives:
1.Data entry and analysis: Update existing databases with historical data, support integration of databases across agencies, assist in analyzing data, and potentially assist with data gathering in the field.
2.Geospatial analysis: As part of an iterative process of geospatial data analysis, assist partner state agencies with exploring geographic trends in shoreline armoring and its effects on shellfish habitat, critical wildlife species, sediment dynamics, and other coastal issues.
3.Interagency support: Attend meetings and offer technical assistance on database compatibility, transparency, analysis, and communication concerning coastal bluff stabilization.
4.Report compilation and writing: Support the Maine Coastal Program Coastal Resiliency Specialist in writing the next Strategic Outlook report with data compilation and copy writing.
Responsibilities:
•Data entry of physical records of historical shellfish surveys in Maine, followed by preliminary analysis of cumulative impact of shoreline stabilization on shellfish habitat and stock.
•Report writing support and data mining for the Strategic Outlook, compiling information on Maine wetlands, coastal hazards, ocean resources, aquaculture, special area management, energy, marine debris, public access, and coastal development.
•Work with GIS geospatial data to map, analyze, and understand relationships between shoreline armoring and coastal environmental impacts in Maine.
•Data entry and analysis of shoreline stabilization permit review and support for database compatibility between review agencies.
•Support the Dept of Marine Resources, the Dept of Environmental Protection, the Dept of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife, and the Dept of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry in efforts to enhance transparency and streamline interagency exchange of data related to coastal resilience.
•Potentially perform field work related to coastal hazards in Maine including but not limited to compiling case studies of shoreline stabilization efforts throughout the coast.
•Other responsibilities relating to the visualization, communication, and analysis of data as relates to Maine coastal management concerns within the Maine Coastal Program.

Requirements
•Bachelor’s degree in data analytics, geospatial analysis, environmental science, coastal management, or other relevant degree required.
•Demonstrated skill in data analysis, organization, and communication.
•Strong problem-solving skills in manipulating data and drawing insights from large data sets.
•Skill and familiarity in ArcGIS Pro and ArcGIS Online.
•Ability to read and code in RStudio.
•Knowledge and experience working in Excel, GitHub, RStudio, and ArcGIS.
•Strong writing and communication ability.
•Ability to multitask projects and meet deadlines.
•Car and ability to drive to potential field sites on the Maine coast.
•Computer required.

Preferred Qualifications:
•Additional 1+ years of relevant experience in data organization, analysis, and communication.
•Additional experience in an ArcGIS coding language (e.g. Python).
•Additional experience working in Oracle, Microsoft Access, and Microsoft SharePoint.

Contact Email

Comments
Please send a cover letter and resume to the above email address.

On the subject line please enter 'Coastal Research Associate'

Rockland, Maine
Up to $20 hourly
Position starts as soon as possible
Monday - Friday 8am - 4pm/ 40 hours a week

This person would be sitting at the front desk: answering phones, letting parents and providers into the office, getting messages to teachers, taking care of mail, taking referrals, and other administrative tasks as needed.

Requirements
Professional phone etiquette
Excellent customer service skills

Contact Email

Comments
Please forward you resume to the above email with "CSR" in the subject line.

Temporary full-time $19.00 hourly

Augusta, Maine

Up to 6 months
Anticipated end date mid November

Main duties required of the job:

-Create a standard set of operating procedures for administrative work for each program in the bureau.
-Accept payments
-Create deposits and cash receipts with bank duty
-Perform routine secretarial duties such as answering the phone.
-Routing inquiries to the appropriate contact.
-Arranging appointments and reviewing documents to respond to requests.
-Other duties as requested and appropriate for the position.

Requirements
Qualifications for the position include:
•Office skills including familiarity and use of Microsoft office suite.
•Accounts receivable.
•Customer service
•Positive attitude.

Contact Email

Comments
Please send a resume and cover letter to the above email.

Please enter '12668' on the subject line.

Description
24 hours/week for up to 7 months
$45 per hour/ Augusta, Maine


TASKS:
•Provides budgetary information, expense and revenue forecasts, and analyses of finances in order to keep the board and grant staff informed of Department financial status and resources.
•Develops and oversees the implementation of standardized financial reporting formats and procedures and other financial systems in order to ensure and document compliance with applicable state and federal fiscal regulations and standards.
•Conduct limited financial monitoring of grantees.
•Prepare federal financial reports and ensure sources of match reported are fully documented.
•Provide Commission staff managing grants with technical assistance in the areas of cost accounting, cost analysis, financial analysis, and financial statement preparation.
•Develop positive working relationships with General Government Service Center and Dept of Ed Chief Financial Officer.
•Monitors centralized payment system and helps troubleshoot problems interfering with timely payments, complete reporting of expenses for grants, and balances on grants and contracts.
•Accurately translate federally approved grant budgets to state object code accounting for accurate posting and reporting of expenditures.
•Analyzes financial procedures, recommends appropriate modifications, and implements approved modifications in order to improve the efficiency, economy, and control of Commission financial operations.
•Assists Exec Director in monitoring allotment* of the biennial budget in order to ensure sufficient resources exist to meet established goals and objectives

Requirements
KNOWLEDGES, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED: (These are required to successfully perform the work assigned).
•Knowledge of business and public administration principles, practices, and techniques.
•Knowledge of financial management principles, practices, and techniques.
•Knowledge of accounting and auditing principles, practices, and procedures.
•Knowledge of managerial and cost accounting theory, principles, and practices.
•Knowledge of AICPA/GAAP/GASB standards for governmental organizations.
•Knowledge of federal funding rules and regulations (2 CFR 200 as amended in 2023).
•Ability to conduct complex cost, cost/benefit, forecasting, and financial analyses and modeling.
•Ability to plan, organize, direct, and coordinate fiscal and administrative services.
•Ability to interpret and apply policies and regulations and systematize procedures.
•Ability to advise subordinates, officials, and others on financial and administrative matters.
•Ability to prepare budgets and execute work programs.
•Ability to communicate effectively.
•Ability to write clearly and effectively.

Contact Email

Comments
Please forward your Cover Letter, Resume, and References to the above email.

On the subject line please enter 'Financial Assistant'

Description
June 1 - November 30,2024
40 hours weekly/ Boothbay Harbor 
$19.17 hourly

The Department of Marine Resources (DMR) Bureau of Marine Science Lobster Program carries out fisheries monitoring surveys and conducts life history research on the American Lobster.
Job Description: Tri-State Staffing is seeking to fill two field and technical positions based out of Boothbay Harbor. These positions will be responsible for field work coast-wide in the lobster program as well as data entry, data management, and maintenance of field and lab equipment. While not conducting field work, the employee is expected to work in the Boothbay office, with the option for remote work three days a week. Field work may require working on weekends. Travel in-state is expected and costs including time, per-diem and lodging will be covered directly or reimbursed. These are 40 hour/week positions.
Specific duties include:
•Data collection on commercial fishing boats for the lobster At-Sea Sampling Program and Ventless Trap Survey with associated data entry and data checking from those trips.
•Conducting 6-8 at-sea sampling trips per month during the peak lobster field season (May-Nov) with the possibility to work part time during the winter months (Dec-April).
•Interacting with commercial fishermen and the public.
Minimum Qualifications: Five (5) years experience and/or education in the compilation and summarization of scientific field and laboratory data to include a minimum of one (1) year of experience in natural resource science, management, technology, laboratory, or field work.

Requirements
Desired skills:
•At-sea work experience and the ability to work independently under physically challenging conditions.
•Prior experience or ability developing relationships with fishing industry members.
•Familiarity with MS Access, ArcGIS and R or other statistical programs.
•Comfort with computer hardware and relational databases is desirable.
•The ability to work effectively with minimal supervision.
•Willingness to travel.

Contact Email

Comments
Application Procedure:
Please submit your resume, contact information for two potential references, and a brief cover letter outlining your interest and starting availability by July 1 (open until filled) via:
1.Email: with the subject line of DMR – Lobster Research
2.Mail: Tri-State Staffing, Inc. Attn: DMR – Lobster Research, PO Box 2182, Augusta, ME 04338-2182

 
 

$40 hourly/ Augusta, Maine
Full-time
Immediate start - 12/01/2024

The main purpose of these positions are to help the department streamline and improve efficiency in its invoicing process. The objective is to reduce errors in invoices submitted to the service center for payment and to facilitate better communication regarding invoice follow-up. The department hopes to significantly improve the processing time between invoice submission and payment by reducing errors and providing single points of contact for invoicing issues.

The positions will be the point of contact for department staff for all invoices being submitted to the service center. They will perform a thorough review of all documents to ensure proper coding, sufficient allotment, address verification, etc. They will also provide technical assistance and training for department staff in maintaining drawdown sheets. They will be the primary point of contact for the department regarding invoicing and will be responsible for payment follow-up and monitoring. Data will be provided to operational leadership on a regular basis to monitor progress and performance.

Requirements
Training, education, or experience in office and administrative support work that demonstrates 1) competency in applying a solid knowledge of bookkeeping principles and practices necessary to perform complex work in maintaining specialized accounting and financial records, and 2) the ability to use independent judgment in handling exceptions to established work assignments, priorities, and schedules.
Preference will be given to candidates with experience in State of Maine systems (Advantage, MainePays).

Contact Email

Comments
Please send a cover letter and resume to the above email.

On the subject line please enter 'Financial Analyst'

APPLY HERE:  Thomas College - NIRA HEAD WOMEN’S RUGBY COACH (paylocity.com)

 

Thomas College, located in the revitalized town of Waterville, ME which is mid-way between the beautiful coast and mountains of Maine as well as Maine’s largest city, is a private, not-for-profit business and liberal arts college offering a guaranteed job program to its graduates. Founded in 1894 as a private college, Thomas offers a rich professional studies curriculum for undergraduate and graduate students in a wide variety of programs including business, arts and sciences, criminal justice, education, and technology. In 2017, Money Magazine recently ranked Thomas 23rd in the country for adding the most value to their degrees, and data reported by the New York Times ranks Thomas College in the top 15 percent of all college and universities in the U.S. for upward mobility of its graduates. Our new state of the art Sports Center and Esports Cave was completed in January 2023.Thomas College is an NCAA Division III school and a member of the North Atlantic Conference (NAC) and National Intercollegiate Rugby Association (NIRA).

Thomas College is seeking a dynamic and energetic individual for the position of Head Women’s Rugby Coach. This is a full-time 12-month position with an annual salary of $54,000. This position will be responsible for the management and administration of the women’s rugby program. Additional administrative and event management duties are required and will be determined by the qualifications of the applicant and the needs of the athletic department.

Qualifications: The successful candidate must possess a bachelor’s degree and prior intercollegiate playing and/or coaching experience. Preference will be given to candidates with experience recruiting student-athletes at the NCAA Division III level and working knowledge and understanding of NCAA and NIRA rules and regulations. Experience in higher education and a basic familiarity with athletics in New England or collegiate level are also preferred. A valid driver’s license is essential. The candidate will have the ability to work as a team member in the Department of Athletics and the college community. Thomas College values and prioritizes the importance of coaches serving as educators and conduct that is ethical, moral, and inspiring.

Thomas offers a competitive benefits package to include: 

Medical insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, disability insurance, 6% 403(b) matching plan, paid vacation, paid sick leave, thirteen paid holidays, on-site gym, meal discounts and free tuition for employees, spouse, and dependent children. 

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and names of three professional references.  Please include an email address on your application materials.

Thomas College is an equal opportunity employer.

Thomas College's mission is to prepare students for success in their personal and professional lives, and for leadership and service in their communities.

 

APPLY HERE:  Thomas College - NIRA HEAD WOMEN’S RUGBY COACH (paylocity.com)

Attention all Personal Support Specialists! Comfort Home Cafe, LLC is urgently seeking talented and compassionate individuals to join our team in Kennebec County. As a Personal Support Specialist with us, you'll have the opportunity to make a real difference in the lives of our clients. 

Your duties will include providing personal care assistance to clients, such as bathing, dressing, and grooming, as well as helping with meal preparation and light housekeeping. You'll also be responsible for monitoring and reporting any changes in the client's condition and communicating effectively with their families and healthcare providers.

At Comfort Home Cafe, LLC, you'll get paid daily. We offer excellent pay and the opportunity to earn paid time off. Our supportive team also provides ongoing training to help you grow in your career.

 

Requirements:

- Minimum of one year of experience as a Personal Support Specialist

- Must pass a background check

- Must pass orientation

- Must have reliable transportation

- Excellent attitude and attendance

 

If you meet these requirements and are looking for a rewarding job that allows you to help others and make a difference in your community, apply now to join the Comfort Home Cafe, LLC team as a Personal Support Specialist.

APPLY HERE:  Thomas College - Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach (part-time) (paylocity.com)

U.S. News and World Report consistently ranks Thomas College as a top college in Maine for social mobility. Our clear career focus and one-of-a-kind Guaranteed Job Program™ makes it possible to advance faster in the arts and sciences, business, and education. Earn an undergraduate degree in three years and then choose from a variety of in-person or online graduate degree programs that can be completed in one-year or two. Located in Waterville, Maine, Thomas College is your pathway to a promising future, guaranteed. Thomas College is an NCAA Division III school and a member of the North Atlantic Conference (NAC). Learn more at athletics.thomas.edu.

Thomas College a NCAA Division III institution and a member of the North Atlantic Conference in Waterville, Maine seeks a dynamic and energetic individual for the position of Assistant Coach in Women’s Lacrosse. This is a part-time hourly position that will assist the head coach in the day to day operations of the team and that will adhere to all policies and procedures of Thomas College, the Athletic Department and all rules/regulations of the NCAA and NAC. Operations of the program to include the recruitment and retention of student athletes, coaching in practices and games, and academic and athletic development of student athletes.  

Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree preferred, prior intercollegiate playing and coaching experience, motor vehicle and criminal background record checks are required of all applicants. 

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and names of three professional references.  Please include an email address on your application materials

 

Thomas College is an equal opportunity employer.

Thomas College's mission is to prepare students for success in their personal and professional lives, and for leadership and service in their communities.

 

APPLY HERE:  Thomas College - Assistant Women’s Lacrosse Coach (part-time) (paylocity.com)

ABOUT ONE RIVER CPAS:

With over 30 years in business and locations in Oakland, Augusta, and Bath, our CPA firm offers income tax preparation services, small business consulting, on-site QuickBooks training, audits for non-profit organizations, and business bookkeeping services. We work with people and businesses across Maine. We have clients across dozens of industries some of which include: healthcare and dentistry, construction, non-profits, manufacturing, timber, fishing, and cannabis as well as countless other businesses and individuals. Our Tax, Audit, and Consulting divisions allow our clients to breathe easy knowing that their work is being handled by qualified professionals.


One River CPAs is different because we take the time to be different. We take every opportunity to get to know the people and communities we serve. We pride ourselves on our community involvement and hands-on approach with our clients. Our firm strives to create positive culture that promotes employee growth and understands the need to always put family first. We are open to remote work as needed/wanted, flexible schedules and generous time off including the option to take Friday’s off in the summer months. Prior to COVID 19 we upgraded our technology to allow our staff the flexibility to work from home as needed.  


We believe that it is always time to break new ground and reach beyond our own four walls.  The days of simply following the same pathway are behind us as we continue to branch off and grow as a firm.  One River CPAs identity reflects resiliency, dependability, and the ever-changing environment of our business.


JOB SUMMARY: 

One River CPAs’ Tax Managers manage client relationships and fosters firm growth through marketing efforts. Our managers analyze and review financial data as well as prepare financial statements and reports for clients. They also provide resolutions to a diverse range of problems consistent with a thorough understanding of the US Tax Code. Tax Managers have the capability to direct and review the work of Senior Accountants and Accountants, and the capacity to make sound decisions on most accounting and tax matters. When unusual circumstances arise, they present the pertinent information to the Engagement Partner for their input and follow their advice accordingly. The Tax Manager is expected to exhibit initiative, responsibility and professionalism in performing critical duties, and in the achievement of ongoing professional growth through a commitment to lifelong learning.  Tax Managers are expected to participate in community affairs. 


One River CPAs is looking for an individual to fill the roll of Tax Manager that has excellent interpersonal, verbal, and written communication skills. The ideal employee would be self-directed, organized, motivated, and have an attention to detail as well as an ability to multitask. Strong computer proficiency is needed especially with programs within Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and Outlook. Experience with QuickBooks and other online accounting software is ideal. Candidates must:

  • Be eligible for work in the United States and must have reliable transportation.•
  • Have one to three years of experience in a similar position.
  • Have Bachelor’s Degree with a concentration in accounting, finance or related field, or an equivalent combination of education and/or experience that demonstrates knowledge and understanding of generally accepted accounting principles and practices.
  • Have, be eligible to have, or actively working towards gaining their CPA license. Have prior supervisory experience.

BENEFITS:

  • Health Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • 401K
  • Employer 401K Contribution
  • Health Savings Account
  • Disability Insurance
  • Wellness Spending Reimbursement
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Exhibits professionalism, enthusiasm and respect in all interactions with clients and guests.
  • Directs and reviews the work of Staff & Sr Accountants, mentoring as appropriate.
  • Establishes and retains quality client relationships, including business development.
  • Represents the firm in a professional manner through ongoing involvement with community and charitable activities.
  • Demonstrates a command of knowledge and familiarity with pertinent IRC sections and regulations.
  • Demonstrates expertise in tax and accounting research techniques and a familiarity with the various research sources in the firm library and on the Internet.
  • Performs evaluation of Sr Accountants, managing their performance on an ongoing basis.
  • Assumes responsibility for the supervision of tax return preparation engagements as appropriate.
  • Plans, coordinates and supervises the various phases of Reporting or tax engagements.
  • Maintains current knowledge and achieves continued professional growth through an ongoing review of professional journals and publications, attendance at appropriate meetings and seminars and a commitment to lifelong learning.
  • Managers are expected to promote their expertise and are strongly encouraged to publish articles, public speak or teach.
Send Resumes and Cover letter to:

Description
Mid-June through August
40 hours per week including weekends and holidays, $17 hour
Minimum 18 years of age
Housing will be provided.

The Burnt Island Caretaker will provide a welcoming a safe experience for visitors to Burnt Island. Burnt Island is located 1 mile outside of Boothbay Harbor and is accessed only by boat. The island is home to the Burnt Island Lighthouse which was built in 1821. The lighthouse now serves as a museum and is open to the public throughout the summer months. An Education Center on the island is used by various group for educational opportunities throughout the season. There is a trail that circles the five acres island, a beach and a rocky area that is perfect for tide pooling.

Requirements
Experience:
•Coastal boating experience
•Outstanding communications skills
•Energy and enthusiasm for regular public interaction
•Problem solving skills
•Ability to work independently
•Trail and grounds maintenance
•Time management skills

Job Duties:
*Greet visitors and provide a positive visitor experience
*Provide lighthouse tours
*Document visitor/use information
*Maintain clean public areas
*Maintain gardens, lawn and trails
*Perform light maintenance tasks

Requirements:
•Ability to give clear, concise, dynamic, positive public presentations through relevant public speaking experience
•Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions
•Strong interpersonal communication skills
•Ability to work in dynamic, fast paced environment and make quick decisions
•Demonstrate responsibility & self-initiative with minimal direction, and also ability to work in team setting
•Demonstration of positive customer service skills
•Must have valid driver’s license and boating experience
•Requires long periods of standing, climbing ladders, repeated bending, stretching or reaching; work in rough, uneven, and wet terrain; exposure to cold temperatures
•Ability to represent DMR in professional manner

Contact Email

Comments
Please forward your resume to the above email with "Educator" in the subject line.

For questions regarding this position, please contact Burnt Island Coordinator, Bethany Trussell at

Description
MRIP FIELD TECHNICIAN CONTRACTOR
$19 HOURLY
4 Positions of Varying Duration: 2 run April 22 - November 1, 1 runs May 27 – November 1, 1 runs June 24 - November 1 (most with one month at half time)
OPEN until filled, all require 3 days of training

Tri-State Staffing will be hiring full-time, with 1 month at halftime, seasonal positions to assist the Maine Department of Marine Resources (DMR) Recreational Fishing Program with the collection of information and long-term monitoring programs on commercially and recreationally important marine resources and their fisheries. Data from these studies are used in fishery stock assessments and for fishery management decisions.

JOB DESCRIPTION: Tri-State Staffing is seeking to fill four variable seasonal positions assisting the Maine Department of Marine Resources from April to November to assist in conducting recreational saltwater fishing surveys. Work includes in-person surveying of anglers for participation, catch, and effort data, shore-side and possibly on head boat trips; surveying shark/tuna-permitted boat captains; and possibly assisting in a phone-based survey of fishing charter and head boats.
This is technical work requiring field skills relevant to marine sciences, with collection and recording of data for resource management. Field work is performed independently according to highly detailed procedures for gathering and recording a range of data.
Extensive daily travel in coastal areas of Maine, primarily from Bath to Kittery, is required. A biweekly meeting at DMR in Boothbay Harbor will be required. Weekly hours will vary, though effort will be made to distribute assignments that support full or part-time status. The work week is highly variable and includes Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays and two to three weekdays off. Daily work hours often extend beyond normal 8am-5pm work hours and is in all types of weather, from inclement to blue sky days, high heat to chill.

Requirements
REQUIREMENTS: Applicants living in mid or southern coastal Maine or along the Rte 95 or Rte 295 corridors from Augusta southward are situated well for this work. Applicants should feel comfortable initiating conversation with the public and conducting work independently as part of a network of survey staff. Candidates must demonstrate strong oral and interpersonal skills; be reliable, positive, organized, communicative, alert, and easygoing with the public and other staff; have basic knowledge of field and survey techniques; exhibit attention to detail and accuracy; be able to identify and handle Gulf of Maine fish species; have proficient computer skills and experience working with online software applications; and have legible handwriting. Experience on offshore boats (not prone to seasickness) is preferred.

A background check is required before employment. Candidates must have an active non-conditional driver’s license recognized as valid in the State of Maine and held such a license for at least one year; have a valid, clear, and safe driving record.

Contact Email

Comments
APPLICATION PROCEDURE: Please submit resume, cover letter, and three references to subject line DMR MRIP Field Technician or submit by mail to: Tri-State Staffing, Inc. Attn: Maine DMR- MRIP, PO Box 2182, Augusta, ME 04338-2182.
For questions about the job duties or application process please contact:
Chris Uraneck, or call or text at (207) 350-6040.
(open until filled)

Description
May-December 2024/ $18.00 hourly Location is Augusta
Two Full-time seasonal positions

The Maine Department of Marine Resources, Bureau of Sea Run Fisheries and Habitat established to protect, conserve, restore, manage, and enhance diadromous fish populations and their habitat in all waters of the State; to secure a sustainable recreational fishery for diadromous species; and to conduct and coordinate projects involving research, planning, management, restoration or propagation of diadromous fishes.

Two full-time seasonal conservation aide positions to assist with the trap and truck operations on the Kennebec River. Responsibilities of this position includes: responding to notification of Atlantic salmon captures in a timely manner, collecting biological data and transporting fish in accordance to standard operating procedures. Other responsibilities include: maintenance and upkeep of equipment including tanks, trailer and sampling equipment, entering biological data into ME-DMR database via electronic data entry form, mounting scales, labeling and preservation of tissue samples and accurate fish identification. Flexibility for working evenings, weekends and holidays is necessity. A clean driving record and a class C license are required.

Requirements
KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES

•Operation of a truck and trailer
•College-level coursework or equivalent experience in the natural sciences field
•Class C license and clean driving record.
•Northeast fish identification skills
•Experience with Microsoft products – particularly Access/Excel

Contact Email

Comments
Please submit your resume, contact information for at least two references, and a cover letter outlining your interest and starting availability. Open until Filled.

Email: with the subject line of "DMR – Kennebec Trap and Truck"
OR
Mail: Tri-State Staffing, Inc. Attn: DMR – Kennebec Trap and Truck, PO Box 2182, Augusta, ME 04338-2182

If you have any questions regarding the position, please contact Jennifer Noll at the Department of Marine Resources at or 207-592-2402.

Description
Department of Marine Resources
$16.50 hourly* Seasonal
May - November 2024

The Department of Marine Resources (DMR) Biotoxin Monitoring Program monitors shellfish along the coast of Maine during the “red tide” season. Weekly shellfish samples are collected by the Biotoxin Program and results are used to regulate the harvest of shellfish for public health.


One full-time seasonal positions to collect, transport and process shellfish collected throughout the coast that will contract at the Maine Department of Marine Resources. Start and end dates are flexible for these positions. Seasonal staff positions will be based out of the Boothbay Harbor facility. Weekly field work will include travel to sampling locations from Eliot to Stockton Springs, Maine. This work will be conducted Sunday through Thursday and will be tide dependent so field work scheduled during daylight hours will include early mornings to late evenings; flexibility of work hours during the season is required. If available, a vehicle will be provided to complete all field collection. If a state vehicle is unavailable, personal vehicle use will be paid a mileage stipend. Knowledge and experience in field work is preferable with shellfish experience, phytoplankton identification and laboratory QA/QC preferred.

*Pay increases to $18.00 hourly on July 1st, 2024.

Requirements
This position must hold a valid driver’s license and must feel comfortable working independently under minimal supervision and at odd hours if necessary due to low tide sample collection. Must be detail oriented, organized and have a positive attitude.

Contact Email

Comments
Please submit resume and two references by May 24th to the above email with “Biotoxin Technician” on the subject line.

Description
Immediate Two month assignment in Augusta, Maine
M - F 7:00am - 4:-00pm
$16-$17 hourly depending on driving experience

DESCRIPTION: This is operations and personal services support work operating and maintaining a variety of postal equipment used in a production environment for the State Postal Service. Work includes transporting, sorting, classifying mail, and assessing and responding to customer service needs. Work is performed under general supervision.

Requirements
REPRESENTATIVE TASKS:(A position may not be assigned all the duties listed, nor do the listed examples include all the duties that may be assigned)

•Operates and maintains postage metering machine to affix postage to letters and
packages.
•Operates UPS, FEDEX, and other private carrier postage metering systems to process
State Government mail.
•Organizes letters for automated sorting and stamping to prepare mail flats and bins
for processing.
•Operates delivery vehicles to meet scheduled deadlines, pick up and deliver mail,
and comply with agency rules and regulations.
•Delivers and moves product and materials to other mail production sections to
provide forward work to other production sections for processing.
•Transports and handles heavy goods.
•Receives, signs for, and delivers accountable mail(express, registered, certified,
and insured) to maintain accountability and control.
•Collates, packs, and labels printed materials to prepare materials for delivery.
•Breaks down and sorts incoming mail to prepare mail for future sorting.
•Operates electronic mail-sorting and scanning equipment to process mail.
•Weighs parcels and letters; operates postage metering devices; and calibrates
equipment to compute necessary postage and affix postage to outgoing mail.
•Monitors and inspects a wide variety of postal media to ensure products and services meet established standards.
•Records, verifies, and corrects postage meter charge cards to ensure correct charges
to appropriate account.
•Records mileage, maintains records, and reports vehicle status to provide information and keep required records.
•Organizes, records, and maintains computerized and/or manual files including Send
Suite computer program to maintain current information.
•Troubleshoots Send Suite handheld tracking system to correct problems or refer to
higher level employees and superiors.
•Performs routine maintenance on assigned postal equipment and vehicles to maximize
equipment and vehicle availability.
•Conducts internal and external inspection of vehicle to ensure proper functionality.
•Provides information and guidance concerning postal procedures, processes,
schedules, costs, and regulations to assist customers and colleagues.
•Queries for data via telephone, computer, and/or written/oral communication.
•Refers non-routine inquiries to appropriate resource.
•May lead the work and provide guidance to co-workers on a project or intermittent
basis to improve worker skills and maintain flow of work.

This person will be driving a box truck or ProMaster van part of their work day picking up and delivering mail in the greater Augusta Area.

Contact Email

Comments
Please forward your resume to the above email address.

On the Subject Line please type "Postal Staff".

Description
Per-Diem in Bangor, Maine
Part-time position starting the beginning of June
$47.00 Hourly

Purpose:

This is a professional service position responsible for developing and implementing Clinical Social Work programming/therapy designed to meet identified patient needs in the outpatient setting. The therapist is expected to perform ongoing program evaluation and revise services accordingly. This position is responsible for providing direct client evaluation and treatment to outpatients served by the DDPC outpatient clinic. Work is performed under limited supervision.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

•Knowledge of Clinical Social Work-based theories, frames of reference, evidenced based practice and clinical reasoning to guide program design and interventions.
•Knowledge of current and emerging practice in the field of mental health social work therapy.
•Ability to administer assessments, analyze data and interpret information to formulate an evaluation of client service needs and make treatment recommendations.
•Ability to evaluate program performance and adjust services accordingly.
•Ability to hand off information to the next level of care providers and provide in-service training, as well as ongoing consultation as needed.
•Skills in teamwork, problem solving, communication and self-advocacy so to work as part of a collaborative, multi-disciplinary team.
•Ability to identify need for intervention and carry out effective individual and group treatment.
•Ability to develop and maintain therapeutic relationships with clients, staff and community partners.
•Ability to use computer to carry out job tasks that are enhanced by or require its use.
•Ability to drive a State of Maine vehicle with clients in it.

Essential Tasks:
•Working knowledge of cognitive-behavioral therapy, diagnostics, and demonstrated experience working with patients diagnosed with serious and persistent mental illness in both individual and group treatment settings.
•Licensed Clinical Social Worker LCSW, current and unrestricted issued from the appropriate Maine State Board.
•Knowledge and experience with evidence-based practices, including trauma informed care framework.
•Strong clerical/administrative skills including personal computer skills (Microsoft Office software and EHR).
•Successful experience working within a multidisciplinary team setting.

Working Conditions/Requirements:

This position works in the outpatient clinic, in client’s homes, in group homes and in various public community spaces. The position may also be subject to exposure to infectious wastes, diseases, and conditions.

Must have flexibility, personal integrity, and the ability to work effectively with clients, personnel, family members and supportive agencies. Must be able to work and relate with the ill, disabled, elderly, emotionally upset, and at times, hostile people within the facility.

Must have the ability to drive a State of Maine vehicle in various weather conditions. Must be able to work with patients in the community, including being alone in their home environment and being outside in various weather conditions. Some community integration activities will require physical endurance for walking or hiking on rough and uneven terrain.

Use of a computer is limited to 3 consecutive hours per day.

Requirements
Requirements:

*Licensure as a Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), as issued by the Maine Board of Social Worker Licensure.
*Valid State of Maine Driver’s License

Physical Requirements:

*Must be able to move intermittently throughout the workday: sit, stand, bend, lift, run, move to the floor and back up, and walk up and down stairs.

Contact Email

Comments
Please send your resume and cover letter to the above email.

On the subject line please enter: LCSW

Description
$17.50 hourly/Location is at 41 Anthony Ave
Assignment scheduled through June 30, 2024

Many facilities are waiting on trained Certified Nurse Aides. This position will assist in:

*The CNA registry process
*Processing of paperwork
*Processing testing materials
*Mailing scoring sheets
*Processing records into archives
*Responding to telephone inquiries
*Processing mail and faxes
*Other clerical support coverage as needed

Requirements
Specific qualifications needed to perform the job include education, experience, training, and technical skills. Familiarity with Microsoft Office Products (Excel, Access, Word, etc).

Contact Email

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Please submit your current resume for review to the above email.

Please reference #13936 on the subject line.

Description
Temporary/Remote

The position will be responsible for assisting Land Use Planning Commission (LUPC) staff by providing advanced-level paralegal support in reviewing land division histories. Requires an understanding of Maine Subdivision Law. The primary function of this position is to support LUPC staff by completing advanced complex land division histories and creating conceptual plans to illustrate those histories, for which analytical and computer skills are essential.

Requirements
To be minimally qualified for this position, candidates must provide evidence of the following experience:
•A Bachelor’s Degree and three(3) years of paralegal experience in a law firm, court,
or legal services agency or an equivalent combination of education and/or
experience, such as education with experience in real estate.
•Experience in completing and reviewing complex land division and lot creation
histories.
•Experience in counting parcels, lots, or dwelling units under the definitions of
subdivision.
•Experience in evaluating lot exempt status for the purposes of counting lots.
•Experience in differing types of deeds and leases, such as warranty deeds, quit
claim deeds, sheriff’s deeds, and mortgage deeds.
•Experience with parcel and deed research in applicable Registry of Deeds utilizing
an online browser.
•Experience in evaluating spaghetti lots.
•Use of email and Microsoft TEAMS to communicate with staff.

Contact Email

Comments
Please forward your cover letter and resume to the above email address.

Please type, "Paralegal" in the subject line.

Description
Location is in Augusta
$17.00 hourly
Anticipated end date is 12/31/2024

Main Duties:

•Responding to constituent data requests
•Working with Licensing to maintain accurate waiting list information
•Conduct large scale mailing to lobster license holders for nominations and ballots
for the seven Lobster Zone Councils
•Processing all incoming mail of the election process.
•Compile data and enter election information into spreadsheet
•Checking accuracy of nominations through background and license checks
•Prepare and mail all election results

Requirements
Must be proficient in Microsoft programs and LEEDS

Contact Email

Comments
Please forward a current resume and cover letter to the above email.

Please reference #10816 in the subject line.

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