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BHK releases cut positions

November 10, 2012
By Scott Viau (sviau@mininggazette.com) , The Daily Mining Gazette

HOUGHTON - BHK has released the positions that have been cut due to recent financial crises, and they are as follows:

Operations bureau administrator

Program bureau administrator

Quality assurance administrator

Office of lean management

Safe environment/transportation quality assurance coordinators

Administrative assistant for eligibility, recruitment, selection, enrollment and attendance

Early literacy specialist

Toy librarian

Lead teacher of special program

Assistant teacher of special program

Caregiver of special program

Two consultant contracts

Executive Director Pat Rozich said that although positions have been eliminated, not all people associated with these positions have lost their jobs.

"There are two new positions being offered," Rozich said. "If (the persons offered the job) accept the new positions they'll start on Monday."

The positions being offered include an administrative secretary to the executive director and a position in human resources. Both newly created positions come with a reduced pay so as to be cost effective.

The next step in getting BHK out of its $1.2 million deficit involves selling unused real estate and buildings, which Rozich estimates could bring in hundreds of thousands of dollars.

 
 

 

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