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Job Board: Fanwood Dunkin' Donuts Seeks Part-Time and Full-Time Employees

Several companies located in Scotch Plains and Fanwood are seeking both full-time and part-time employees.

 

Job Board: Week of February 4, 2013


Dunkin Donuts, Fanwood: Full-time openings for: 4:45am, 11am-4pm 1pm-7pm. Part time openings for: 2pm-11:30 pm (if any one is willing to work 3 days from 2pm-11:30pm and maybe 2-3 day morning). If interested please email your resume. Resume must be sent for consideration. Also indicate which location you are applying for (Fanwood) and your availability!


Music Teacher
, Scotch Plains: Dancers Pointe is seeking part-time teachers for a music and movement experience. Training is required at your own expense up front and then reimbursed. The program is Kids Music Round. Please include a your resume and a cover letter which briefly summarizes your musical background and tells why you want to teach in our Scotch Plains studio to Ravan@DancersPointeNJ.com.

Dental Front Desk/Patient Coordinator, Scotch Plains: An upscale dental practice in Scotch Plains is looking for a front desk/patient coordinator with over five years experience. The position is temporary to permanent and ranges from $18 to $23 an hour.

Assistant Toddler Preschool & Pre-K Teachers and Lead Teacher jobs, Fanwood: Both positions are for The Goddard school in Fanwood, must have prior childcare experience.

Bookkeeper – Law Firm, Scotch Plains: A Scotch Plains law firm is seeking a full-time/part-time bookkeeper. Must have experience with QuickBooks Pro. E-mail resume to mliebau@jonbramnick.com.


Clerical Office Work, Scotch Plains: Connections Personnel is a recruitment company which specializes in clerical and industrial placement.  The company offers temporary, temporary to hire and direct hire positions in Union, Essex, Middlesex and Somerset Counties.  .

Holden MaGroin February 05, 2013 at 07:33 PM
I'm Holden MaGroin and ever since they redid the Dunkin Donuts I've wondered what the 2nd floor looked like. Thanks to Patch for the picture.
Barney Oldfield February 05, 2013 at 10:48 PM
Holden, That is not the second floor of Dunkin Donuts. They wish it looked that clean. BTW, the folks at that Dunkin Donuts have not contributed 10 cents to any community cause. They routinely refuse every request from local groups whether it be the Scouts, sports groups, PTA, school yearbooks, anyone. They are not good neighbors, though they do make a good donut. Bagels...not so much.
Holden MaGroin February 05, 2013 at 11:09 PM
I'm Holden MaGroin and this is for Mr. Oldfield. Thank you for the clarification. My confusion was caused by what I thought I saw over the blonde ladie's head. It looked to be the peak of Fanwood's Taj Mahr on the corner of Martine and South Ave. It winds up I had a little schmutz on my screen.
Builda Wall February 06, 2013 at 03:55 AM
Ha! Thanks for the laugh, Holden.
ralphwiggummm February 06, 2013 at 01:06 PM
You mean the local shake-down? Good for them for having a spine. Probably most of the people coming in there asking for hand-outs aren't regular customers and have no relationship beyond begging for handouts. Let's face it, the Dunkin' product isn't really that good and not that good for you. I certainly don't frequent that place.
Barney Oldfield February 06, 2013 at 10:25 PM
Yeah, Ralph that's exactly what I meant. Contributing to your community is a "shakedown"? You are clearly a self-absorbed J.O. just like the a-holes from DD.

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