Bob’s Discount Furniture
Escondido, El Cajon and Chula Vista
Our Sales Associates are a major driving factor behind Bob’s Discount Furniture’s success and expansive growth in the retail industry. At Bob’s you can expect an environment dedicated to your individual success and a rewarding career with room for professional advancement! As champions of the “Bob’s Way” our Sales Associates find satisfaction in assisting customers with their interior design needs, offering world class customer service with a low pressure, honest, gimmick free and enjoyable shopping experience.
"No phony sales, no phony gimmicks, just everyday low prices and value!
We call it the Bob’s Way because no one does it better!" - Bob Kaufman Founder and President Emeritus
At Bob’s we understand there are many companies you can choose to work for, so, along with exceptional opportunities for career growth we offer a fun and team oriented work environment and great benefits!
The Benefits and Perks
A competitive Hourly Advance vs Commission pay structure with bonus potential!
Feeling under the weather, we’ve got you covered! We offer National Health, Dental and Vision coverage
Life insurance – Employer paid basic Life Insurance, with the option to add Voluntary Life Insurance as well!
401(k) Profit Sharing Plan – Generous Company match!
Paid Personal/Sick Days
Paid Vacation, Sick Days, Holidays and your Birthday! After all, your birthday should be a holiday
Employee Assistance Program
Our prices are already low, but why not more! Generous Employee Discount
The flexibility of working a Retail Schedule (weekends, evenings & holidays)
Need a pay advance? Take advantage of Bob’s Bail Out Program
Have an unexpected extraordinary expense? Take advantage of Bob’s Helping Hand Program. Bob’s cares and is here to help
And much more!
Many of our benefits are paid wholly or in part by Bob’s Discount Furniture and are available to eligible employees.
Greet and engage customers, uncovering their home furnishing needs and helping them make their design vision become a reality
Provide world class customer service and offer customers an unforgettable shopping experience
Build rapport with clients, earning their business through your ability to demonstrate exceptional product knowledge, strong interpersonal skills, and excellent listening skills
Develop and maintain a customer base through networking and client follow up to ensure customer satisfaction before and after the sale
Generating sales through a low pressure consultative approach
Energetic, self-motivated sales professional with exceptional interpersonal, listening and communication skills, bilingual a plus!
Ability to network and build relationships with customers
Competitive, goal oriented nature with the ability to work well in a team environment
Flexibility to work a 5 day retail schedule that includes nights, weekends (both Saturdays and Sundays for Full Time, either / or for Part Time), and most holidays.
Basic computer skills
Previous sales experience in retail commission based sales environment is a plus, but not required
Strong organizational skills
Bob’s Discount Furniture is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to reasonably accommodating qualified persons with disabilities to enable them to perform the essential duties of their position.
Connecticut State Police
State of Connecticut, statewide.
A trooper is any uniformed Connecticut State Police officer, who operates a state police vehicle and/or any other department personnel assigned to plain clothes investigative units. Troopers are responsible for proper investigation of all violation of the Connecticut General Statutes and Criminal Penal Codes, and tasked with taking appropriate actions in all police related matters.
Cypress Private Security
San Francisco, CA
Security Officers provide effective high-visibility customer service, professionalism and dependability to guests, co-workers and client employees in an upscale environment. Primary Responsibilities: Greet guests in a cheerful and welcoming manner. Enforce rules, regulations, policies, procedures, of site and document any incidents. Patrol and maintain general security of assigned property as described in the Post Orders. Respond to reasonable business- related customer service requests, which are non-security related. Respond to security related complaints and ensure proper documentation is completed as required. Maintain and submit Daily Activity Reports, Incident Reports, Accident Reports, Hazard Reports, and Condition Reports. Reports must be legible and routed to Supervisor for distribution. Work under general supervision of Site Supervisor, Quality Control Manager and Branch Manager. Maintain consistent performance, attendance, uniform appearance, and professional grooming. Maintain professional communication with clients and patrons. Respond to emergency calls including medical, fire and damage to property. Use two-way hand radio to communicate with supervisor or other officers. Remain alert and vigilant while on duty. Assist other officers in a team-oriented environment. Qualification Requirements: Must be at least 18 years old. High School graduate or equivalent. Possess and maintain a valid State Guard Registration (guard card) from the state where employed. Have the legal right to work in the United States. Fluent in English (fluent in other languages in addition to English a plus.) Ability to read, write and understand and execute written orders, policies, procedures, instructions and handle requests and compile security reports for the client. Ability to stand in one location for extended period of times and or complete foot patrols as required by the site. Ability to respond to emergency or critical incidents and notify proper authorities as needed. Demonstrate a positive attitude, outstanding customer service skills, and take initiative in completing assigned tasks. Must be willing to accept shift work, weekends, holidays and overtime if needed.
Gila River Police Department
Gila River Indian Community 85147
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:
The Public Safety Telecommunicator I (PST-I) performs specialized work in receiving emergency calls. The PST-I will also have secondary knowledge and abilities in dispatching the appropriate police, fire, and EMS agencies to the incident scene. Using highly technical computer aided dispatch systems (CAD) and multi-channel radio/paging consoles, PST-I's must act quickly, efficiently, calmly, and accurately to process incoming emergency calls and dispatch and coordinate emergency responder resources. PST-I's are expected to observe all local, state, and federal laws as well as established policies and guidelines that direct them in meeting department goals. This class is subject to shift work; ability to work nights, weekends and holidays is required.
Interviews all emergency callers to determine the nature of the emergency, location of the incident, other related information and the need for dispatching of emergency assistance using a telephone switchboard according to established rules and
Dispatches fire units, police cruisers, ambulance and other necessary emergency and non-emergency vehicles in order to aid officers in the field or the general public in emergency or non-emergency situations using radio communication, text-telephones and computer aided dispatch (CAD)
Responsible for the management of callers by keeping them calm and providing instructions to keep them safe, as well as others at the scene. Communicates with special needs callers; including callers from a diverse demographic background.
Complete CAD masks and type messages to be used for future reference using information received from the teletype and radio or telephone conversations on a computer keyboard with speed and accuracy as the information becomes available to maintain accurate reference
Determines appropriate emergency response jurisdiction and availability of nearest unit to dispatch; using incoming and outgoing radio transmission to monitor and track a unit as an ongoing process throughout the shift. Appropriately transfers or routes call for emergency services to outside
Make request for ambulances, tow vehicles, firefighting, sheriff, police and allied agency units and other emergency services to assist emergency personnel in the field using radio communications as requested or required by Officers or other emergency
Dispatches all Police, Fire, and Emergency Medical Services communications and relays criminal information to notify other agencies that may become involved with the emergency, non-emergency situation using radio communications as the information becomes
Conducts criminal history background checks and Department of Motor Vehicle inquiries; including confirming, locating and sending dispositions on individuals, vehicles, property and other items recovered by the agency in accordance with department policies and
Maintains the NCIC/ACIC databases; by making entries, modifications, cancellations, and clearances of files
Maintain daily operating log of incoming and outgoing transmissions to track and monitor different aspects of calls according to established
Performs janitorial duties of the Communications
Perform other related duties as
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE. SKILL AND ABILITY:
Knowledge of Federal Communications Commission rules and regulations governing operations of radio telephone transmission and reception within the State of
Knowledge of Police, Fire and Emergency Medical Services policies and
Knowledge of Gila River Indian Community streets and areas, including geographical layout of operating
Knowledge of radio transmission procedures to produce effective communications between two
Knowledge of privacy and security requirements concerning release of information and confidentiality
Ability to remain calm in stressful situations while dealing with hostile, hysterical, or grieving
Ability to read maps, operate computer systems, Geographical Information Systems (GPS) and related
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, Community Officials and the general
Ability to perform all physical requirements of the position; agree to maintain a Drug-free workplace.
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
High School Diploma or GED. Prefer public safety dispatching experience.
Must successfully pass a one (1) year probationary
Must pass typing test with score of 35 wpm net or 3500 ksm (key strokes per minute) and score an 80% on the designated testing process of the Gila River Police
Must have a valid Arizona Criminal Justice Terminal Operator Certification or obtain within six (6) months of hire
Must obtain and maintain certification in approved courses; for Public Safety Telecommunicator, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Fire Communications, NIMS ICS-100 & ICS-700 and Emergency Medical Dispatch within six (6) months of hire
Must be able to pass a criminal background check; which includes fingerprinting, polygraph test, and drug
Pass background check as a condition of employment. Background checks are required for positions that involve regular contact with or control over Community Children in accordance with The Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act, 25 U.S.C. Sections 3201 through 3210 and C.F.R. Part 63 and positions that have regular contact with the Elderly.