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Looking for a job? Local businesses are hiring.

Pool closing season will soon be in full swing, and one Setauket company is already looking for full-time seasonal help. It's one of several open positions in the Three Village area. Here are a few others, falling into the categories of both full- and part-time:

Pool Winterizing

  • Position: Full-time seasonal help
  • Description: A seven-day-a-week job that runs through mid-October.
  • Click here for information on how to apply

Baker's Assistant

  • Position: Part-time bakery help
  • Description: Experience with cookies and cupcakes is a plus. Ideal for students.
  • Click here for information on how to apply

Critical Health Care Registered Nursing Services, P.C.

  • Position: Part-time registered nurse
  • Description: Weekend and overnight work available for RN with a focus on IV skills.
  • Click here for information on how to apply

Senior Care Companions

  • Position: Senior companion
  • Description: Part-time to start with full-time hours in the future.
  • Click here for information on how to apply

Healing Hands Massage Therapy

  • Position: Full-time massage therapist
  • Description: Must have knowledge of Swedish, deep-tissue, and medical massage as well as other qualifications.
  • Click here for information on how to apply

Alpine Overhead Doors, Inc.

  • Position: Hiring for multiple roles including sheet metal fabricators, assembly workers, crating and shipping, and powder coating.
  • Description: Must have high school diploma or GED, good technical ability, and ability to lift heavy loads.
  • Click here for information on how to apply

Sweet Frog Frozen Yogurt

  • Position: Part-time customer service help
  • Description: Friendly cashiers needed for new frozen yogurt café in Stony Brook.
  • Click here for information on how to apply

  • Position: Full-time teacher assistants
  • Description: Teaching early childhood education program for a variety of age groups.
  • Click here for information on how to apply

Jamba Juice

  • Position: Shift leaders and team members
  • Description: Hiring café employees for new Stony Brook location.
  • Click here for information on how to apply
Had Enuf! September 05, 2012 at 11:14 AM
Welcome to the new normal of Obamanomics. Of the 9 jobs listed, 8 are either part time or retail/food service. Only one manufacturing job listed. CAN YOU REALLY AFFORD FOUR MORE?
Rockfan September 05, 2012 at 08:28 PM
Like wealthy Romney will be the solution? He's for the rich!!
Denise Longh September 09, 2012 at 01:30 PM
Well, if you tax the crap out of the rich, they aren't going to be buying their cars, their boats, their fancy homes any more than the rest of us. So, the boat manufactures, the car manufacturers, the contractors, the homedepots, etc etc etc, will not need to hire anyone. The worst part, the small mom and pop stores will never be successful. Please, stop listening to the media and start doing some research in how business works.
Denise Longh September 09, 2012 at 01:35 PM
Question, all the tax money that Obama wants to get out of the rich will now be sitting in the bank of the White House. What exactly is he going to do with all that money now? You got it, he will give it to the people who are unemployed. He will give it to immigrants and women and children. That is what our churches are for and our neighbors and charities. The govt should not have any money except that for which to defend our nation!. The money that the rich have should be going back to our economy to stimulate the middle class . Haven't we learned enough from history over and over to know obamas way does not work!


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