Category Archives: Gloucester MA Jobs
Ambie makes a delivery (a lobster delivery) to the Gloucester House with his boat the “The Valerie Dawn”.
Cape Pond Ice – Gloucester: Looking for a Maintenance Mechanic:
Needed: Resourceful plant mechanic responsible for building, production machinery, pallet jacks & trucks, & ammonia refrigeration plant.
Well-rounded, hands-on mechanical aptitude is a must.
Duties include maintenance & repairs on building, electrical & equipment troubleshooting, refrigeration system and production machinery, working with other staff & outside contractors as needed.
Challenging opportunity for organized person who seeks broad responsibility. Could be either Part-time or Full-time job.
Ideal Candidate has a trade school education with training in refrigeration, electrical & mechanical systems. Experience with welding and the trades, and ammonia refrigeration preferred.
Able to work in a physically demanding, hands-on job
three + years of hands-on trade skills – welding, refrigeration, electrical, carpentry, plumbing, mechanical and / or maintenance…
ability to assume responsibility, problem-solve & multi-task
valid driver’s license
Please stop by Cape Pond Ice Co., Fort Wharf, 104 Commercial Street, Gloucester, MA tel. (978) 283-0174 or send letter of interest & resume to Scott or Larry at:
The driver of a 60 foot truck, finds it much easier to carry his load to the construction site versus driving down Commercial Street, and attempting to turn around. The cooper tubing must have been at least 20 plus feet long and heavy.
I caught Rusty and Ingrid with their family after breakfast at Sugar Magnolia’s.
Also check out their web site at RustyandIngrid.
FV William Lynn from Portland ME, heads home after off loading her catch in Gloucester. Salem Power Plant in the background.
The “Rizla II” passes Mother Ann, with Boston Skyline in the Background.
Hugh Freighter in the background in above photo
Vickie and I are looking for someone who wants to learn the concert business and is willing to work at it with determined dedication. We’re a very small company. Everybody does everything, from booking to promotion to customer support to data entry to house and stage management to washing towels and shopping for the artists’ back-stage goodies. So will you.
This is not an easy job. Hours vary from week to week. Priorities can change suddenly without warning. No matter how much you prepare, the unexpected always happens. And sometimes it all seems to be going terribly wrong.
If you are an excellent communicator, great with people, thrive on challenge, love to learn, love music, embrace the unknown and can find clever ways to get stuff done with almost no supervision, this could be the job for you. It’s not an internship. You’ll get paid.
Watch our video (below) and get a taste of what it’s like to put on an outdoor concert (most of our shows are not outdoors, but it’s the only video we have that shows some of the work we do behind the scenes).
CLICK HERE. Check the box that says, “I want to be on your Street Team” (Oh, did we say you’ll be managing a street team too?) and tell us why you want to learn the concert business. We’ll get back to you.
Beauport Hotel Site Opening Spring 2016