Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood in Albany is hiring and looking for full-time medical assistants.This position assists UHPP in the delivery of quality health care by performing non-medical functions which enable the agency to provide efficient, sensitive, quality medical services to clients and other members of the community in a team environment...
Albany Medical Center is hiring and looking for full time workers that would be able to but not limited to overseeing all deliveries; maintains organization of dock and delivery area; coordinates with Accounting Clerk to maintain mail room operation; assists with data entry...
CARES agency is hiring and looking for full-time candidates. CARES collaborates with and supports the community to create a system of care to prevent and end homelessness. They do this through:
Planning & Technical assistance for partner organizations
Providing housing for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA)
Raising Awareness of the extent of homelessness and solutions
Job description duties
The Civil Service building in Albany is hiring and looking for candidates that are interested full time, clerical and office aide work. Monday to Friday work week. Job duties are but limited to: Providing administrative/secretarial support for the Director’s Office of the Employee Benefits Division which is responsible for the administration of the numerous employees benefit programs such as healt
Organic and specialty supermarket replaces wrenches and tires as Whole Foods Albany continues construction on their Colonie Center location, right where Sears once sat. While Whole Foods hasn't set an official start date, they are hoping to open late Spring. Oh, they are looking to fill 200 positions.
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