TitleLocationCompanyType of WorkSalary/PayDateStatusChoose category...Entry ID
Winery Technician (Instruction and Classroom Support)Washington - Yakima ValleyYakima Valley CollegeFull-Time$3,701.00/month11/29/2021ActiveHelp Wanted29293
Senior Accountant & Office ManagerNorth Coast, CaliforniaFull-Time$100,000 to $150,000 DOE11/11/2021ActiveHelp Wanted29186
Entry-Level Bookkeeper (Napa Office)North Coast, CaliforniaFull-Time$18 - $30 / hour (DOE)11/11/2021ActiveHelp Wanted29185
Production Assistant Temp to HireNorth Coast, CaliforniaSt. George Spirits, Inc.Full-TimeTBD11/01/2021ActiveHelp Wanted29100
VINEYARD MANAGERSierra Foothills/Amador County/Shenandoah ValleyFull-TimeSalary Commensurate with experience10/26/2021ActiveHelp Wanted29051
TitleLocationCompanyType of WorkSalary/PayDateStatusChoose category...Entry ID
Salary/Pay$3,701.00/month
Company

Yakima Valley College

Job Description/Qualifications

Yakima Valley College is accepting applications for Instruction and Classroom Support Technician 3 for the Winery Program located on the Grandview Campus. We invite you to consider joining Yakima Valley College (YVC), an innovative and equity-focused designated Hispanic Serving Institution that is committed to the pursuit of equitable student learning outcomes for its diverse students. The Instruction Classroom and Support Technician 3 is a full-time, classified, 12-month position. Beginning salary is $3701.00 per month for 40 hours per week, with periodic increments up to $4974.00 per month, plus a full state benefits package. Reporting to the Dean of Workforce Education, the Instructional Classroom and Support Technician 3 will perform a variety of tasks on-site in support of the Winery Program and Winery Operations in the Workforce Division. Essential Tasks This position will perform the following tasks on-site: Provide instructional guidance to students in the Vineyard & Winery Technology courses by reinforcing concepts, techniques, and practical applications and assist in the development and application of class and laboratory aids and materials Maintain records, logs, and files on wine inventories for monthly reports to the Washington State Liquor Control Board and annual Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) forms. Assist

Salary/Pay$100,000 to $150,000 DOE
Job Description/Qualifications

Growing and dynamic accounting services firm is looking for an experienced accountant, with managerial exposure, to manage our St. Helena office, with a focus of maintaining a superior level of service to our clients as we grow and expand our client-base. We utilize innovative cloud-based technologies to service and support our many winery-clients throughout Napa and Sonoma. We are looking for an experienced senior-level accountant that can deal with the challenge of a broad range of accounting tasks, for many different companies, and enjoys interacting with others in the industry. This is a great opportunity for someone interested in ramping up their accounting and managerial expertise in an informal, yet professional environment. Responsibilities, in conjunction with other staff: • Interact with key contacts from several different winery clients to facilitate the passing of information back and forth. • Manage and coach junior staff members throughout the workday. • Process or oversee: creation of orders, generate invoices when shipped, monitoring of accounts receivable balances and follow-up on late payments from customers as needed. • Manage accounts payables processes along with cash flow review and reporting. • Balance Sheet and inventory reconciliations as needed. • Payroll processing and posting. • Enforce all

Salary/Pay$18 - $30 / hour (DOE)
Job Description/Qualifications

We’re looking for an outgoing, detail-oriented individual for full-time employment in our Napa Office. We expect to hire someone who is motivated, has a great work-ethic and wants to build upon their current experience level to become a proficient accountant in the wine industry. We are willing to consider candidates with no experience up to several years of experience – and will compensate according to your current level of experience. A partial list of key responsibilities: • Answer Phones, as needed (typically minimal). • Manage multiple client email account inboxes. • Perform various daily tasks (e.g. bank deposits, post office or client runs). • Process incoming orders (create Sales Orders and generate invoices). • Process vendor bills and accounts payable transactions (mostly through the Bill.com ap). • Basic reconciliations (reconcile various Balance Sheet accounts as well as bank reconciliations). • Reconcile inventory balances at warehouses to books. Expectations from each candidate: • Professional attitude, appearance and interface with colleagues and clients. • Organized, detail-oriented and self-motivated. • Clear writing skills and good email management knowledge. • Self-starter, but feels very comfortable asking questions. Skills that you will have after a short time working with us: • Strong knowledge and understanding

Salary/PayTBD
Company

St. George Spirits, Inc.

Job Description/Qualifications

​ Position Summary This is a temporary-to-hire, paid, full-time position based at a distilled spirits manufacturer in Alameda, California. Shifts are five days per week. Most work takes place on weekdays during primary business hours. A flexible schedule to work mornings or evenings as well as availability on weekends is an important attribute for the right candidate(s). Under supervision from the Distiller, the Production Apprentice is responsible for assisting in day-to-day production, processing, and storage operations of the distillery by performing a wide range of tasks and projects. This position is responsible for providing team-oriented support within the production department. This is considered an introductory position wherein task management and developing an understanding of department best practices and standard operating procedures are paramount to the success of the role. All St. George Spirits employees are expected to perform their job in a safe manner and report any safety concerns to management.  Essential Duties and Responsibilities The essential functions include, but are not limited to the following: Familiarity with spirit categories as well as St. George products. Ability to safely navigate production space with heavy machinery and physical obstacles. Perform appropriate cleaning procedures to ensure a sanitary and organized production space. Gauge and measure products for

VINEYARD MANAGER

October 26, 2021

Salary/PaySalary Commensurate with experience
Job Description/Qualifications

VINEYARD MANAGER JOB DESCRIPTION: The Vineyard Manager will manage literally all aspects of the vineyard operation, from planting to harvest and everything in between. They will need to be hard working and capable of multi-tasking and supervising other vineyard workers. We look forward to hearing from qualified candidates! Position Reports to: C.O.O. Requirements: *Must have strong computer skills and the ability to multi-task *Willingness to do literally any and all functions required to operate the vineyard *A strong and proven work ethic *Understanding of vineyard/farm management practices and procedures *Demonstrated leadership and decision-making skills *Strong interpersonal and oral communication skills Responsibilities & Duties: Responsible for all aspects of managing the vineyard, including but not limited to: *Cultivation, thinning, pruning, tying, suckering, canopy management, planting and replanting, irrigating, and harvesting *Pest, fungicide, and herbicide management *Irrigation, monitoring and making recommendations related to vineyard and fruit quality *Erosion control, trellis Installation, irrigation installation, frost protection, vineyard installation, fence installation and R&M *Provide and acquire proper tools for all jobs; make sure that workers use the necessary equipment; keep areas clean and orderly; comply with county, state and federal regulations *Enforce company policy; ensure that every job or task is safe for the