Provider, position in Wilson/Atascosa County, temporary
part-time, hourly depending on family needs which may include some evening and
weekend hours. Provides services to
consumer with intellectual and developmental disabilities living in their own
home or family home. Assists them with
hygiene, housekeeping, meal preparation, and other services as needed. Trains individuals to do these activities
independently. Provides transportation
to medical appointments, outings and other community access activities. Transportation
will include travel out of the area and to other cities as requires. High school diploma or GED, or pass competency test administered by
Camino Real and provide 3 letters of reference; valid Texas driver’s license
and acceptable driving record. Apply at
Camino Real CS, 1325 3rd Street Floresville, or contact Human
Resources for application 210-357-0359. www.caminorealcs.org. EOE.
The FloresvilleIndependent School District is accepting applications for Grounds Maintenance Worker. Terms of employment: 260 days, 5 days per week, 8-hour workday per year; hours may be modified based on changes in mission requirements. Primary purpose: To help maintain the physical school plant in a condition of operating excellence so that full educational use of it may be made at all times. Education/Certification: License requirements, Texas Motor Vehicle Operators License, Structural Pest Control Board Technician Pesticide License. Special Knowledge/Skills: 1. Good knowledge of the operation, trouble shooting, repair and maintenance of ground maintenance equipment. 2. Must demonstrate good mathematical calculation skills and reading comprehension skills. 3. Good knowledge of safety precautions to avoid injury to himself and other. Experience: Prior lawn care experience or grounds maintenance experience in an educational institution or environment. Interested applicants will need to apply online at www.FISD.us.
Compared to last week: Hay prices were steady this week. Trade activity was moderate on moderate to good demand. Most of the state including the drought stricken Panhandle received some much needed rainfall over the past weekend. The recent rain made hay movement difficult but very beneficial for future crops. Freight costs remains to be a driving force in steady prices. Prices for hay and pellets quoted per ton except where noted. . . .
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