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Job Openings In Pat-Med

Full-time positions are available in several fields, including automotive repair, sales and college education.

From car and computer repair positions to two full-time college faculty jobs, there are a number of employment openings in the Patchogue-Medford area. Email other jobs to be considered for publication in this feature to michael@patch.com.

Patchogue

Car repair

For those who have experience in repairing cars, in Patchogue has an automotive technician job available. It is a full-time position and requires certification, as well as at least two years of experience in the field.

Source: monster.com

College faculty positions

has two full-time faculty positions open. Applicants may apply for a job as a biology or criminal justice professor.

Source: monster.com

Computer tech support

Job seekers who are computer-savvy may be interested in a full-time entry-level position as a help desk/support technician at a Patchogue computer business. Experience is preferred by not required. Applicant must have at least a high school diploma. 

Source: careerbuilder.com

Medford

Employment opening at Epilepsy Foundation of LI

In the Medford area, assistant residence managers and direct support professionals are being sought by the Epilepsy Foundation of Long Island. Applicants should be experienced in working with those who have developmental challenges.

Source: indeed.com

Sam’s Club seeks sales associate

Sam’s Club in Medford is looking for a center sales associate. The job entails running a department, as well as handling cashier and merchandise stocking responsibilities, among other duties.

Source: indeed.com

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