Required Qualifications:High School Diploma and one (1) year of experience required. Two(2) years of experience, preferred.Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of multiple hand and power toolsKnowledge of cleaning solvents and other cleaningmaterialsKnowledge of the security practice for the buildingsBasic knowledge of the HVAC controlsKnowledge of painting techniquesGeneral knowledge of drywall maintenanceCustomer service skillsBasic computer skillsInterpersonal skillsAbility to work varied hours and schedules, including nights,weekends and holidaysAbility to read and follow a event diagramAbility to assess and calculate setup and breakdown times inthe event of multiple, concurrent and future event setupsAbility to communicate effectively, both orally and inwritingAbility to assess the Chair Count/ Classroom SuppliesChartAbility to read and understand work orders and deliverytickets Plant Operations WorkerLocation:Multiple Campus Locations, Multiple Campus LocationsFarmersville, Texas, 75442United StatesWe are searching for an experienced Plant Operations Worker.Job Purpose:Perform customer service tasks for faculty, staff, students and thepublic. Receive and complete incoming work orders in an efficientand timely manner. Assist maintenance personnel, when needed andassist in maintaining building operations and security of thedistrict.Plant Operations Staff are considered critical to the operation andsecurity of the district in all conditions and, therefore, areexpected to report for duty as usual during emergency weatherclosures and be flexible to work varied hours and schedulesincluding nights, weekends, and holidays.Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Perform customer service tasks for faculty, staff and/orstudents, including building and door locking/unlocking, makingtemperature adjustments and carrying/lifting boxes to/from vehiclesand offices.Perform event set-ups and event breakdowns. Move tables,chairs, platforms and podiums to provide assistance for conferenceroom activities and other special events. Assist in preventativemaintenance of equipment and assist in the upkeep of a cleanlearning and working environment. Maintain event setup schedule andassist with last minute event changes and modifications.Receive and complete written work orders or verbal instructionsfrom supervisor, including minor drywall repair and painting.Operate gas/electric powered cleaning equipment such assweepers, blowers, industrial polishers, power washers, etc., asneeded.Remove all bulk trash/recycle materials to appropriatecontainers/exterior dumpster and perform light cleaning, asneeded.Deliver received packages to pre-marked locations Log entriesand obtain signatures for items delivered. Sort and deliver dailyincoming mail, as needed.Assist maintenance personnel, as needed.May be required to operate two-way radio for communications.May be required to replace defective lamps, bulbs, and/or ballastsas needed.Move district-owned office furniture and effects, as needed,including classroom inventory.Report plumbing, electrical or building repairs to supervisorin a timely manner.Perform other duties as assigned.Perform all duties to maintain all standards in accordance withcollege policies, procedures and Core Values. Physical Demands and Working Conditions:Medium Work – Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, up to20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of forceconstantly having to move objects. Positions in this classtypically include talking, hearing, seeing, grasping, standing,walking and repetitive motions, stooping, kneeling, crouching, andreaching, climbing and balancing, plus pushing, pulling andlifting. Incumbents may be subjected to moving mechanical parts,odors, dusts, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, extremetemperatures, inadequate lighting and intense noises. Occasionalexposure to unpleasant environmental conditions and/or hazards.Occasional outside work. Frequent physical effort required.***This is a Security Sensitive position. Therefore candidateswill be subject to a criminal background check.***The intent of this job description is to provide arepresentative summary of the types of duties and responsibilitiesthat will be required of the positions given this title and shallnot be construed as a declaration of the specific duties andresponsibilities of any particular position. Employees may berequested to perform job-related tasks other than thosespecifically presented in this description. Fair Labor StandardsAct (exempt/non-exempt) is designated by position. The employeractively supports Americans with Disabilities Act and will considerreasonable accommodations.Employment Type: Full-time StaffCompensation Type: AnnualCompensation Range: $28,807.00 – 33,128.00For any employment questions, please contact HR at (972) 985-3783or [email protected] .Collin College provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) toall employees and applicants for employment without regard to race,color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability orgenetics.
The 7th grade volleyball team continues on in the Southeastern Indiana Tourney by defeating Jac-Cen-Del 25-16, 25-21.A lot of hustle was shown with good passing from Megan Sloan, Grace Sarringhaus, and Chloe Schroader. Nikki Fox led all hitter with 4 kills. McKenna DeFreese had 3 kills. Adding 1 kill each were Shalee Harrington, Kylie Laker, and Sarringhaus. Top servers were Laker with 10 points and Fox with 8 points. Good job, girls!The BMS 8th grade volleyball team defeated Jac-Cen-Del in the first round of the Southeastern Indiana Volleyball tourney in convincing fashion by the scores 25-11; 25-3.Abby Westerfeld led the team from the service line earning 19 points including an impressive 7 aces. Anna Bauer chipped in with 9 points including 4 aces and Kari Reer served 4 straight points in the 2nd game to end the match with 3 of those being aces. Macy Prickel led a balanced offensive attack with 5 kills, while Bauer, 4 kills, Westerfeld, 3 kills, and Kayla Meyer, 2 kills, each helped secure the win.The teams will face Sunman Dearborn in the 2nd round at St. Louis School’s Activity Center tomorrow at 5:30. Good luck, ladies! We believe in you!Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Shelly Prickel.
— All sports in Italy will be halted because of the virus outbreak. Premier Giuseppe Conte announces that games and travel will be banned nationwide through April 3. That includes games in the country’s top soccer division and preparatory events for the Tokyo Olympics. Serie A has not been canceled since World War II.— The BNP Paribas Open, set to begin this week in the California desert, won’t be played as scheduled after a case of the virus was confirmed in the Coachella Valley. The announcement to cancel the tennis tournament in Indian Wells, California, came after many players were already in the desert practicing.—French police say the Champions League match between Paris Saint-Germain and Borussia Dortmund at Parc des Princes will be played without fans.—The virus also forced the postponement of the Six Nations rugby match between France and Ireland.NBA-SCHEDULE — The Atlanta Falcons have bolstered a position of need by agreeing to a one-year contract extension with defensive end Steven Means. The 29-year-old Means started four games in 2018 and had 14 tackles and one sack. He missed the 2019 season after suffering an Achilles tendon injury.— The NFL players’ union has extended the deadline for its members to vote on a new labor agreement with the league to Saturday night. The 32 NFL owners approved the deal last month. The NFL Players Association executive board then rejected it 6-5, but the player reps voted 17-14 in favor.HORSE RACING-DRUGSTrainers, vets among more than two dozen chargedNEW YORK (AP) — The trainer of champion Maximum Security is among more than two dozen people charged in what authorities describe as a widespread international scheme to drug horses to make them race faster. Update on the latest in sports: Monday’s announcement came hours after the public health department announced the first death in the county from COVID-19. A woman in her 60s had been hospitalized for several weeks with the virus before dying.Six more cases of the coronavirus were confirmed in Santa Clara County on Monday, bringing the total number of cases to 43.In other sports outbreak news:— The NBA, NHL, Major League Baseball and Major League Soccer are closing access to locker rooms and clubhouses to all non-essential personnel in response to the coronavirus crisis. The changes will be temporary and that media will still have access to players.Elsewhere: In other NHL action:— Shea Theodore scored 2:13 into overtime and the Vegas Golden Knights increased their Pacific Division lead to three points by beating the second-place Edmonton Oilers 3-2. The Golden Knights improved to 11-2-0 in their past 13 games.— Brett Connolly scored early in the third period and Chris Driedger stopped 26 shots, leading the Florida Panthers to a 2-1 victory over the St. Louis Blues. Florida moved within one point of the idle Carolina Hurricanes for the final playoff spot in the East.— The Winnipeg Jets over the Arizona Coyotes 4-2 in a matchup critical to the crowded Western Conference playoff race. Cody Eakin broke a 2-all tie for the Jets at 11:33 of the third period with his first goal since being acquired from Vegas on Feb. 21..NHL-NEWS Kansas retains top spotUNDATED (AP) — Kansas maintained its grip on the No. 1 ranking in The Associated Press men’s college basketball poll.The Jayhawks received all 65 first-place votes to remain at the top for a third straight week. The past two weeks they have been the unanimous choice ahead of Gonzaga and Dayton.Florida State climbed three spots to No. 4 after winning its first Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title. This is FSU’s highest ranking since sitting at No. 2 in December 1972. West Virginia and Butler were the week’s new additions. Michigan and Penn State fell out of the poll.MLB-NEWS Caps salvage point, lose to Sabres in shootoutBUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Dominik Kahun scored the decisive goal in the seventh round of a shootout and the Buffalo Sabres snapped a six-game skid with a 3-2 win over the Washington Capitals.Linus Ullmark stopped 33 shots through overtime and six of seven shootout attempts in his first game in six weeks. Jack Eichel snapped a career-worst seven-game point drought and rookie Victor Olofsson also scored for Buffalo.Alex Ovechkin had a goal and an assist, and Dmitry Orlov also scored as Washington erased a 2-0 deficit in the third period. Ovechkin’s goal was his 48th of the season, tying him with Boston’s David Pastrnak for the NHL lead. Despite the loss, the Capitals earned a point to move one ahead of idle Philadelphia atop the Metropolitan Division. Sharks, Red Wings extend defensemenUNDATED (AP) — The San Jose Sharks have signed defenseman Radim Simek to a four-year contract extension.Simek was set to become an unrestricted free agent this summer before the Sharks locked him up with the new deal worth a reported $9 million. The 27-year-old Simek made his debut with the Sharks last season. He has three goals and 15 assists in 88 career games. In other NHL news:The Detroit Red Wings have signed defenseman Alex Biega to a one-year contract extension. Biega was acquired by the Red Wings in an Oct. 6 trade with Vancouver. He has three points — all assists — in 48 games with Detroit this season. Associated Press — Serge Ibaka and Pascal Siakam each scored 27 points, and the Toronto Raptors beat the Utah Jazz 101-92 for their fourth straight victory. Kyle Lowry added 21 points and seven assists as Toronto used a 52-33 advantage on the glass to improve to 21-4 since Jan. 15. Ibaka grabbed 13 rebounds, and Siakam finished with 11 boards and eight assists.— De’Andre Hunter broke a tie by sinking three free throws with 13.3 seconds remaining in the second overtime and the Hawks beat the Charlotte Hornets 143-138. Trae Young led Atlanta with 31 points and 16 assists for Atlanta and Hunter finished with 13 points and 11 rebounds.Two officials’ review at the end of the first overtime produced different results. Following their first review, officials ruled Terry Rozier was fouled by Atlanta’s Treveon Graham with 0.8 seconds remaining. A second review following a protest by Hawks coach Lloyd Pierce produced a reversal.NBA-CLIPPERS-NOAHClippers sign free-agent Noah Nuggets beat short-handed Bucks, Hawks outlast HornetsUNDATED (AP) — The Denver Nuggets sent the short-handed Milwaukee Bucks to their third straight loss and fourth in five games with a 109-95 victory.Jamal Murray scored 21 points, Paul Millsap had 20 and Jerami Grant added 19 as Murray led six Nuggets in double figures and Denver swept the two-game season series from the NBA-leading Bucks.Milwaukee was without reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo (YAH’-nihs an-teh-toh-KOON’-poh) as well as its next five leading scorers. Kyle Korver led a valiant effort by the backups with 23 points.Elsewhere in the NBA: LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Clippers have signed free-agent center Joakim Noah.The 35-year-old two-time All-Star played 42 games with Memphis last season after agreeing to a buyout with the New York Knicks. Noah averaged 7.1 points, 2.1 assists and 5.7 rebounds for the Grizzlies.He’s been limited to 124 games since the end of the 2014-15 season in Chicago, which selected him with the ninth overall pick in the 2007 NBA draft.Noah was the NBA defensive player of the year in 2014.NHL-SCHEDULE T25 MEN’S BASKETBALL-SCHEDULENo. 2 Gonzaga outlasts San Francisco in WCC semiUNDATED (AP) — No. 2 Gonzaga survived a scare to beat San Francisco 81-77 in the West Coast Conference tournament semifinals.Joel Ayayi scored 12 of his 14 points in the second half to lead the Bulldogs. Killian Tillie had 19 points and Ryan Woolrdige had 16 points on 7-of-11 shooting to pace Gonzaga, which will play in its 26th WCC final and seeking its 17th championship.COLLEGE BASKETBALL POLL Verlander doesn’t expect to be ready for opening dayWEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Houston ace Justin Verlander has a mild strain of a back muscle and said it would “probably take a miracle” for him to pitch on opening day at home against the Angels on March 26.The reigning AL Cy Young Award winner was hurt on his second-to-last pitch in Sunday’s exhibition game against the New York Mets. He had an MRI on Monday and was diagnosed with a strained latissimus dorsi muscle. There is not a timetable for his return.Verlander had a similar injury during spring training in 2015 and did not make his season debut until June 13Elsewhere around major league training camps: Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditVIRUS OUTBREAK-SANTA CLARACounty ban of large gatherings could impact Sharks, StanfordSAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — The status of three San Jose Sharks hockey games, the NCAA women’s basketball tournament at Stanford and one MLS game are in doubt after officials in California’s Santa Clara County announced a ban of all large gatherings of at least 1,000 people for the rest of the month in response to the coronavirus outbreak. — Clayton Kershaw will start the Los Angeles Dodgers’ opener against the visiting San Francisco Giants on March 26. Kershaw will extend his franchise record for opening day starts to nine.— The Milwaukee Brewers will be paying Christian Yelich until 2042, when the All-Star outfielder is 50 years old. Yelich’s $215 million, nine-year contract with the team calls for Brewers to defer $4 million each year from his $26 million annual salary from 2022-28. The 28-year-old outfielder is a two-time All-Star and a one-time Gold Glove winner.— The Cleveland Indians and All-Star shortstop Francisco Lindor have stopped talking about a contract extension. Lindor told The Athletic that the sides suspended talks so he can focus on the upcoming season. Lindor will make $17.5 million this season and he’s under the team’s control through 2021.NFL-NEWSNorman reportedly agrees to deal with Bills March 10, 2020 BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Two people with knowledge of the decision tell The Associated Press that veteran cornerback Josh Norman has agreed to sign a one-year contract with the Buffalo Bills.NFL Network first reported the deal. Norman is an eighth-year player who spent the past four seasons in Washington before being released last month. He struggled to play to high expectations and was cut with one season left on a five-year $75 million contract he signed in free agency in 2016.In other NFL news:— New York Giants tight end Rhett Ellison has retired after eight seasons in the NFL. Ellison played at Southern California before being selected in the fourth-round of the 2012 draft by the Vikings. He spent five years in Minnesota before joining the Giants as a free agent in 2017. His 2019 season was cut short due to a concussion suffered against the Jets on Nov. 10. — The Las Vegas Raiders have released linebacker Tahir Whitehead after two seasons as a starter. Whitehead was originally signed to a three-year, $19 million deal as a free agent in 2018 and started all 32 games with the Raiders the past two seasons. The charges against horse trainers, veterinarians and others were detailed in four indictments unveiled Monday in Manhattan federal court. Authorities say the drugs can cause horses to overexert themselves, leading to heart issues or death.Maximum Security crossed the finish line first at the 2019 Kentucky Derby before being disqualified for interference and has since won four of his five high-profile races.