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Immanuel Lutheran Church in South Meriden is looking for a Part-time Church Secretary/Administrator as of Nov. 28, 2010 according to its ad on Craigslist Hartford. Applicants should be discreet, upbeat, self-starting and organized. Bilingual (Spanish/English) candidates have the edge. Hours are Mon. – Fri., 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. Interested? Snail-mail a resume and cover letter to: Immanuel Lutheran Church, Attn: Employment, 164 Hanover St., Meriden, CT, 06451, but don't call.

Maloney High School is seeking two sports stars to coach Softball and Tennis this spring, according to a Nov. 29 posting on the Board of Education website. The school is looking to hire an assistant Girls Softball Coach and a Head Boys Tennis Coach. Candidates should know their respective sport inside and out and must be certified as coaches with the Connecticut State Department of Education. Apply online here.

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Can you carry up to 20 pounds regularly?  That's just one of the multitude of duties being asked of the Meriden Public Library's new Security Guard/Building Monitor. The monitor is responsible for maintaining order inside the library, patrolling the parking lot and perimeter of building, writing up reports on infractions, being available at all hours in case of an alarm, knowing CPR and doing some light physical work like changing light bulbs. Those interested can apply online on the city's website here. But hurry, the job closes Friday, Dec. 3.

The city is looking for a part-time Police Service Technician to work 19 hours a week at police headquarters. According to the City of Meriden's employment website, the technician is responsible for general clerical duties involved in arrests, evidence, and other associated tasks. To download the application click here. The application period ends Friday, Dec. 3.

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