Empire Ford is Hiring for an Automotive Service Technician in New Bedford

Empire Ford is searching for two experienced Automotive Technicians to join our fast growing Service Department. We are a high volume, high energy team dedicated to delivering the best customer experience around. Apply here: https://www.empirefordofnewbedford.com/employment/index.htm

Being one of the top-producing maintenance and repair facilities in the state that offers some of the best pay plans in the industry, WE ARE TH BEST so we’re also LOOKING FOR THE BEST!!! Qualified candidates should possess a “Can Do Attitude” and an APPETITE TO THRIVE!!! Please send resume to Dave Pacheco at dpacheco@buyempireautogroup.com

Annual earning potentials $50K – $120K

M-F shifts with a potential to work Saturdays as well.

We also offer:

Up to $10,000 Sign on Bonus (based on skill level)
Flexible Schedules / Full time and Shift opportunities

Benefits include medical, vision and dental insurance, 401K retirement savings plan, PTO (Personal Time Off), company paid continuing education and training. Our company maintains a strong policy of equal employment opportunity for all associates. We hire, train, promote and compensate associates on the basis of personal and professional competence and potential for advancement without regard for race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, disability or citizenship, as well as other classifications protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.


Automotive Technician: 3 years
Ford Experience (preferred)
Diesel Experience (preferred)


Motor Vehicle Inspection License (Preferred)
Valid Mass Driver’s License

About Our Dealership

Rick Torres., the Empire Automotive Group’s President and Owner, got his start in the car business in 1983. The Torres family’s three dealerships, Empire Hyundai, Empire Pre- Owned, and the Empire Ford store, are run by Rick and his two sons: Tyler Torres, and Trevor Torres. The family’s dealerships are big contributors to the Bristol/Plymouth county community and we are looking for talented candidates to join our organization.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $50,000.00 – $120,000.00 per year


Dental insurance
Employee discount
Flexible schedule
Health insurance
Life insurance
Paid time off
Referral program
Vision insurance

Monday to Friday
Weekend availability

Supplemental Pay:

Bonus pay
Signing bonus

COVID-19 considerations:
Here at Empire Ford we take all necessary precautions to prevent the spread and follow state mandated requirements.

automotive: 3 years (Preferred)

Driver’s License (Preferred)
Click HERE to Apply: https://www.empirefordofnewbedford.com/employment/index.htm
Please send resume to Dave Pacheco at dpacheco@buyempireautogroup.com

High Point is Hiring for a Community Based Recovery Services Coordinator in New Bedford

Now Hiring: Community Based Recovery Services Coordinator
New Bedford, MA 02740 Position is Full-time/Benefits eligible. Qualified applicants can apply HERE.

High Point & Affiliated Organizations is a health and human service agency whose mission is to treat and prevent substance use disorders and mental illness. High Point has programs located throughout Southeastern Massachusetts offering a full continuum of care for substance use and mental health treatment, including inpatient, outpatient, residential, and community-based services. Programs and services also assist survivors of abuse, violence, and families experiencing homelessness. High Point believes that everyone has inherent goodness, worth, and dignity. Our goal is to help individuals and families achieve personal change and improve their quality of life.


Bachelor’s Degree
Valid driver’s license
Preferred at least one year related job experience.


-Provide patient-centered, case management services as indicated in needs assessment/recovery wellness
plan (transportation, 12 step meetings, linkages to medical/counseling appointments, housing, court etc.);
-Provide coordination with HPTC outpatient unit in New Bedford for client education/approach/sign-ups for CBRS programs;
-Coordinate monthly “group activities”;
-Utilize Motivational Interviewing and Recovery Coaching in all client encounters;
-Complete/document needs assessments, service plans, encounter notes, and service delivery reports;
-Document all client progress on required forms;
-Investigate and develop community contacts and cooperative networks with other community groups and agencies;
-Coordinate with other departments and facilities to enhance and ensure quality care for all clients;
-Collaborate with other health and social service agencies in an effort to increase community services;
-Other duties as assigned by the Program Director.

For consideration, email resume and cover letter to: tpacheco@hptc.org. Or you can apply directly online by clicking HERE

New Bedford’s Mayor Mitchell outlines investment priorities for City’s federal ARPA funds

Elise Rapoza of UMD’s Public Policy Center Named ARPA Director.

Mayor Jon Mitchell has outlined investment priorities for more than $80 million in federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding, focusing on transformational projects and programs that will leverage additional sources of capital, maximize the funding’s impacts and improve the lives of city residents for generations.

“The opportunities now before New Bedford are perhaps greater than at any point in the past century,” he said. “These investments will be instrumental to launching the city out of the pandemic and promoting long-term growth that is sustainable and equitable.”

The outline sets approximate allocations for the $64.7 million that ARPA directly allocates to New Bedford, plus $16.7 million the city will receive in ARPA funds through Bristol County. The outline does not include the $46.5 million received under a separate ARPA provision by the New Bedford School Department, which is finalizing plans for those funds.

Mayor Mitchell shared his outline with New Bedford City Council this week. He emphasized the criteria placed on ARPA spending by the federal Department of the Treasury, which does not allow for direct spending on road construction or the lowering of taxes, for example.

Extensive public input into investment priorities has included hearings, surveys, stakeholder meetings, written submissions and media coverage. In his letter to City Councilors, Mayor Mitchell also emphasized the need to avoid spending the city’s ARPA dollars on uses that could be funded from other sources, such as from the $5.3 billion in ARPA dollars coming to the Commonwealth—which state officials have indicated could fund water and wastewater projects, port infrastructure and cultural facilities—or federal infrastructure spending recently signed into law by President Biden.

Bearing those principles in mind, Mayor Mitchell focused on seven key investment priorities:

• Health, safety and well-being – $8 million
• Neighborhood stabilization and housing support – $13 million
• Small business support – $8 million
• Enhancements to open spaces in qualified census tracts – $11 million
• Non-state share of water, wastewater and stormwater projects – $6 million
• Arts, culture, hospitality and tourism – $18 million
• Matching funds for strategic investments – $14 million

At least $1.2 million for revenue replacement – ARPA criteria allows for restoring operating funds lost due to COVID-19 – and $1.5 million for administration round out the priorities.

Mayor Mitchell said that ultimately, prospective ARPA projects should be evaluated based on their potential return on investment.

“The more matching funding a project receives from private or public sources, the greater the return on the City’s investment will be,” he said. “The most favored projects would be those that confer new benefits to the City; that is, those that grow the pie, as opposed to those that entail the replacement of an existing asset.”

To navigate ARPA criteria and regulations, collaborate with potential funding recipients, track outcomes, document how spending meets ARPA goals, and more, the city has named Elise Rapoza its ARPA Director. Rapoza comes to the role from UMass-Dartmouth, where she spent four years as the senior research associate for the recently closed Public Policy Center and served as the university’s first assistant director of corporate engagement. Both roles were deeply embedded in regional demographics, workforce needs, and opportunities such as maritime industries and offshore wind development.

“I’m very excited about collaborating with all the people in the community who I already know and love, and getting to meet the people who I don’t already know,” she said. “There’s a lot of good things coming.”

“Elise will bring to her new role a wealth of talent, economic development expertise, and knowledge of the City,” Mayor Mitchell said. “She is the right person to activate this infusion of federal resources.”

Electrochem Solutions in Raynham is Hiring for 30+ Assemblers!

Electrochem, an Integer Company, is hiring for Manufacturing Team Members (Assemblers) at their Raynham, MA location.

They will be hosting an in-person open house & hiring event on site in Raynham on Tuesday, 12/14/21 from 10:00a-2:00p-appointment is required. Call Jennifer at 781-830-5824 to schedule one, or apply ONLINE directly.

$2,000 Sign on Bonus! Wage: $17.00 hourly, $1.00 per hour differential for 2nd shift,with weekly pay.

Job description

MTM (Manufacturing Team Member)
The primary purpose of this position is to develop competency in and performance basic assembly and/or inspection operations at Integer. The incumbent is expected to follow written procedures to meet production and quality requirements.

Available Shifts:
1St Shift Monday-Friday 7:00AM-3:30PM (Optional Overtime on Saturdays)
2nd Shift Monday-Friday 3:30PM-12:00AM (Optional Overtime on Saturdays)

Join a great team that offers Benefits on your first day! They also offer tuition reimbursement and have many long-term employees. All new hires will receive 18 PTO days.

How to Apply: Integer.net/careers OR Call Jennifer at 781-830-5824

About the company:
Founded in 1979, Electrochem™ is an industry leader in customized total power solutions for applications that must perform in the worlds most demanding environments. Born from the lithium battery, invented for the implantable pacemaker by our founder, Wilson Greatbatch, Electrochem embraces our heritage of quality, reliability and innovation.

Southcoast Health to host Job Fair on Wednesday, Dec. 8th in New Bedford

If you are 16 years of age or older and want a career with the region’s largest employer – AND an organization that’s been voted the Best Place to Work for four years in a row – Southcoast Health wants to meet you!

Join them on Wednesday, December 8, from 8am-5pm at the St. Luke’s Hospital Cafeteria (101 Page St. New Bedford) hiring event. They are hiring for the Food Services Department, including Patient Service Ambassadors (Dietary Aides), Cashiers, Food Service Workers, and Kitchen Porters.

They offer on-the-spot interviews, on-the-spot job offers, and *up to $1,000 Full-Time Sign-On Bonus (pro-rated for part-time) if hired before 1/1/2022! Visit southcoast.org/joinus to reserve your spot (walk-ins are welcome), and take the first step toward learning what it means to be More than medicine at Southcoast Health.

*Must be fully vaccinated against seasonal Influenza and the COVID 19 virus and provide required vaccination documentation unless approved for an exemption or deferral by Southcoast prior to starting employment.*

HELP WANTED: St. Anne’s Credit Union hiring for full or part-time banking associates

Do you love to help people and make a difference in your community? As a full- or part-time Banking Associate at St. Anne’s Credit Union, you’ll help those who bank with us achieve financial security while supporting a company that reinvests profits back into the communities we serve. For more information and to apply, visit stannes.com/Careers.

St. Anne’s Credit Union is Hiring for an Employee Development & Training Specialist

St. Anne’s Credit Union currently has an opening for an Employee Development & Training Specialist.

FUNCTION: Develop, coordinate and deliver business-focused, job related, compliance and cost effective training to enhance job performance of all employees. Click HERE to apply.


• Deliver training, which may include presenting, facilitating and coaching individual employees at all levels.

• Stay up to date on the most current policies, procedures, products, operating systems, and regulatory compliance requirements in order to provide accurate information to all trainees.

• Work with management to define training needs of the Credit Union. Formulate training outline and determine instructional methods using knowledge of specified training needs and effectiveness of such methods, such as individual training, group instruction, lectures, demonstrations, role-play, seminars, meetings or workshops.

• Select and/or develop teaching aids, such as training handbooks, demonstration models, multimedia visual aids, computer tutorials, and reference books. Create “training library” of source material that has previously been presented.

• Develop testing to measure the effectiveness of the presented curriculum and measure employee progress. Determine if objectives of the training sessions are being met. Develop periodic questionnaires specific to audience/topic to reinforce learning throughout the year.

• Track training and educational activities of all employees.

• Coordinate and schedule trainings for all employees through internal or external sources.

• Track and record employee attendance to seminars, classes, etc.

• Establish, maintain and monitor learning measurement criteria to ensure that training content addresses performance gaps.

• Responsible for conducting and managing the Onboarding process for all New Hires.

• Assign compliance courses, and track completion of mandatory training for all applicable employees, including but not limited to new-hires, existing employees and Directors as needed. Conduct compliance training when necessary.

• Network with training and/or education professionals to make contacts and share ideas and information to enhance SACU’s training program.


Associates Degree in business, communication and/or education or equivalent experience. Proven experience in program design and development as well as facilitation and delivery of programs. Excellent written and oral communication skills, the ability to interact effectively with employees at all levels throughout the Credit Union. Must have the ability to motivate, excite and encourage employee performance. Must be able to manage a multi-task, fast-paced environment, have the ability to meet deadlines, and work independently. Proficient in the use of PCs and software application including MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Click HERE to apply You may also submit a resume to: HR.Dept@stannes.com or drop off your application at any branch.

Massachusetts Gov. Baker files legislation to invest $750 Million in clean energy innovation, workforce development

Bill Includes Key Policy Changes to Offshore Wind Procurement Process.

BOSTON – Today, Governor Charlie Baker announced that the Baker-Polito Administration will file legislation to direct $750 million to support the continued growth and development of the Commonwealth’s clean energy industry. The legislation, An Act to Power Massachusetts’ Clean Energy Economy, would establish a new Clean Energy Investment Fund, totaling $750 million, that would support innovation, research and development, and job training in the clean energy sector, significantly expanding Massachusetts’s national leadership on clean energy and climate change.

Additionally, the legislation refines the current offshore wind procurement process to increase efficiency, emphasize the importance of economic development and the creation of a diverse, equitable and inclusive workforce, and remove the price cap provision for future procurements of offshore wind projects to allow projects to offer greater investments in energy storage, reliability, and economic development.

“This legislation includes a historic, once-in-a-generation $750 million investment to spur the next phase of clean energy innovation and will help advance critical priorities in the offshore wind industry by making key policy changes to the procurement process, lifting the price cap on project proposals and transferring authority for selecting bids to DOER,” said Governor Charlie Baker. “Massachusetts continues to be a national leader for climate action and by utilizing federal funding through the American Rescue Plan Act, we can capitalize on this opportunity and strengthen our nation-leading clean energy industry.”

“Clean energy is an engine for economic growth and job creation in cities and towns across the Commonwealth, and this significant investment will kickstart a new era in this vibrant sector of Massachusetts’s innovation economy,” said Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito. “By leveraging the unique assets we have here in the Commonwealth, including our educational institutions and regional employment boards, we can work together to create new job opportunities for Massachusetts residents and make sure our workers have the skills and training they need to meet the needs of emerging industries like offshore wind.”

To meet the nation-leading climate targets established by comprehensive climate legislation signed by Governor Baker in March 2021 – including a target of Net Zero emissions in 2050 – and to ensure Massachusetts remains a leader in the clean energy economy, the legislation creates a $750 million Clean Energy Investment Fund to be administered by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC). The fund, which will utilize federal recovery funding Massachusetts received through the American Rescue Plan Act, represents the single largest investment in the clean energy economy in Massachusetts to date, and will be used to:

• Fund grants, loans, equity investments, contracts and other forms of economic support for the advancement of clean energy technologies to commonwealth-based investors, entrepreneurs and institutions that are involved in the clean energy industry;
• Support the formation, growth, expansion and retention of Massachusetts’ leading clean energy businesses, institutions, and projects;
• Support public higher education institutions and vocational-technical education institutions as they create and enhance workforce development and technical training programs;
• Provide assistance to regional employment boards and ensure that clean energy is a key strategy as part of their workforce development blueprints;
• Put the Commonwealth in position to help secure significant future federal funding support;
• Support research and development, including the interrelationship between clean energy infrastructure and existing natural habitats, ecosystems, and dependent species;
Support the long-term coexistence and sustainability of the fishing and clean energy industries.

“Massachusetts has built a nation-leading clean energy sector on the strength of forward-thinking policies, bold investments, and dynamic partnerships, and this far-reaching legislation doubles down on those assets and sets the industry on a path for long-term success,” said Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Kathleen Theoharides. “In order to achieve our ambitious target of Net Zero emissions by 2050, we will need to foster the next generation of clean energy innovators and build a skilled, diverse, and equitable workforce, and this legislation offers the historic, urgent investment the Commonwealth needs.”

In order to maximize the potential for clean energy and economic development in the existing federal lease areas south of Martha’s Vineyard, and to attract significant investment and job creation in the Commonwealth the legislation outlines key changes to the offshore wind procurement process to promote objectivity, emphasize economic development, and ensure equity, certainty, and speed in future solicitations.

To provide an additional level of independence and to ensure an open, fair, and transparent solicitation and bid selection process, the legislation would transfer the authority to select the winning bidder of the Commonwealth’s offshore wind solicitations from the electric distribution companies to the Department of Energy Resources (DOER). The electric distribution companies would remain as participants in the evaluation and can provide technical advice to DOER. The legislation also provides DOER the authority to make the final determinations on the design aspects of future RFPs. Additionally, the legislation outlines changes to emphasize equitable employment and economic development, mitigation and avoidance of environmental and socioeconomic impacts, and benefits to environmental justice communities when reviewing project proposals.

The legislation also removes the original price cap established by energy legislation in 2016, allowing future bids to provide additional benefits by incorporating energy storage, optimizing interconnection points, and providing significant economic development. To provide greater regulatory certainty, the legislation sets a standard rate of remuneration for electric distribution utilities at 2.5 percent, reducing costs to ratepayers and providing enhanced clarity in the procurement process.

“Climate action requires unprecedented levels of innovation, entrepreneurship, and deployment of clean energy and energy efficiency, and Massachusetts has been a leader in catalyzing the technology advancements that lead to global solutions,” said Department of Energy Resources Commissioner Patrick Woodcock. “This historic investment will build on the Commonwealth’s climate leadership and foster the innovation that leads to new industries, new economic opportunities, and ultimately in cost-effective clean energy technologies.”

“Through our continued investments in education, innovation and entrepreneurship, Massachusetts has established itself as a leader in clean energy,” said MassCEC Interim CEO Jennifer Daloisio. “This legislation will accelerate innovative clean energy and climate solutions at an unprecedented pace, putting us on a path to meeting our Net Zero emissions goals by 2050 and creating critical job opportunities for all residents of the Commonwealth.”

In March of 2021, Governor Baker signed comprehensive climate change legislation that increased the Administration’s authorization to solicit an additional 2,400 Megawatts of offshore wind, bringing the state’s total commitment to 5,600 Megawatts. On December 30, 2020, the Administration released two reports – the Massachusetts 2050 Decarbonization Roadmap Report and an interim 2030 Clean Energy and Climate Plan (CECP) – that detail policies and strategies to equitably and cost-effectively reduce emissions and combat climate change.

In May 2021, the Baker-Polito Administration and the Commonwealth’s electric distribution companies released the RFP for the third round of offshore wind energy solicitations under the Section 83C process, allowing bids up to 1600 Megawatts, doubling the size of previous procurements. In this solicitation, for the first time, the Administration required bidders to submit diversity, equity and inclusion plans that includes a Workforce Diversity Plan and Supplier Diversity Program Plan.

The plans will outline bidders’ commitment to promoting employment and procurement/contracting opportunities for minority, women, veterans, LGBT and persons with disabilities. The RFP also includes an enhanced criteria for economic benefits, including workforce development, local supply chain investments, and research and innovation. Bids were due on September 16, 2021 and a winning bid will be selected on December 17, 2021.

In June 2021, the Baker-Polito Administration re-filed its plan to immediately put to use part of Commonwealth’s direct federal aid from the American Rescue Plan Act to support key priorities including housing and homeownership, economic development and local downtowns, job training and workforce development, health care, and infrastructure. As part of the Administration’s proposal to jump-start the Commonwealth’s economic recovery and support residents hardest-hit by COVID-19, such as lower-wage workers and communities of color, Governor Baker would direct $900 million to key energy and environmental initiatives, including $100 million to invest in port infrastructure to support the offshore wind industry.

In September 2021, the Administration announced the release of a new report assessing the workforce strengths, gaps, and opportunities in Massachusetts for the emerging offshore wind industry. The report analyzes offshore wind workforce development in the Northeast with a specific focus on Massachusetts, including an overview of the existing, relevant regional training programs, including grantees awarded under MassCEC’s 2018 and 2020 workforce development awards. The analysis also examines the workforce needed to achieve Massachusetts’ ambitious offshore wind goals, and the state’s ability to supply the necessary workers.

Lifestream Inc. to Host in-person Job Fair on Wednesday Oct. 6th in New Bedford

Lifestream,Inc. to host in person job fair in New Bedford on October 6th. Stop by 213 Beacon St. from 10am to 3pm. Up to a $1000 signing bonus and $750 referral bonus to existing employees, help spread the word.

For more information, current employment opportunities, or to obtain an application,

Email our Human Resources Department hr@lifestreaminc.com
Call the Human Resources Department (508) 993-1991, extension 1030 | TTY (508) 998-2870

We are happy to provide assistance in filling out an application.

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LifeStream, Inc. provides community-based services throughout Southeastern Massachusetts that promote personal dignity, independence and the removal of barriers through the provision of individualized support and education

Domino’s Pizza is hiring for Pizza Delivery Drivers & Team Members in New Bedford

Domino’s is hiring in New Bedford! They are looking for full time and weekend delivery drivers to start immediately. You can apply by clicking HERE: https://jobs.dominos.com/us/jobs/9d5bc517-152e-45d8-b69c-b113c31c0309/delivery-driver-03760-821-rockdale-ave/?lat=41.63817&lng=-70.93685

Your main responsibility is to deliver customers their meal safely! Being a delivery driver is not only fun but pays well! You make your hourly wage as well and daily cash. Your daily cash consists of vehicle reimbursement and all your tips you earned. Nothing better than having cash in your pocket every day! Other responsibilities include answering phones, helping customers in store, prepping, making product, and various cleaning and dishes.

We have full time, part time, mornings, day, nights and weekends available.

We do run background checks and motor vehicle records. Please keep that in mind.
Must be over the age of 21; Must have reliable vehicle.

Great money, great fun, cash daily…. what are waiting for?
Get paid at the end of every shift for your mileage!

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

delivery driver: 1 year (Preferred)

Additional Compensation:
Store Discounts
Health insurance
Retirement plan
Flexible schedule

Job Duties:
Delivering to residential locations

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time
Pay: $18.00 – $22.00 per hour

Driving: 1 year (Preferred)

Education: High school or equivalent (Preferred)

License: driver’s license required

Working Days:
Friday (Preferred)
Saturday (Preferred)
Sunday (Preferred)

Additional Compensation:
Store Discounts
Customer Service Representative

Work Location: Multiple locations in New Bedford

Health insurance
Retirement plan
Flexible schedule

Hours per week:
Full time or
Part time: 20-29 hours per week

Pay Frequency:

This Job Is:
A job for which military experienced candidates are encouraged to apply.
A job for which all ages, including older job seekers, are encouraged to apply.
You must be 16 or older to apply for this job.

Weekends required
Holidays required
Day shift
Night shift

Apply here: https://jobs.dominos.com/us/jobs/ac8b4b07-2324-4d57-b526-783a763b9e37/customer-service-rep-03764-109-rockdale-ave/?lat=41.6381659&lng=-70.93684689999999

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