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Kim Jeffers, Transition Advisor, is available by appointment in the Student Services office to discuss major and career exploration, job search strategies, and online career resources. In addition, a wide variety of career services resources can be accessed at www.ohio.edu/careers. To schedule an appointment, please call (740) 654-6711, ext. 215.

Helpful websites for your internship and job search

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Zing Recruiting

Process Technician 10/24/14


The Process Technician will be responsible for providing technical support for all aspects of production. Responsibility for new products begins with the first production build via customer production releases. Position reports to the Area Manager.

The primary responsibilities will be to troubleshoot injection molding process and make adjustments to the process to increase overall quality and productivity goals as established thereby obtaining optimum productivity and quality levels while complying with customer specifications.

In addition, the Process Technician will assist in achieving product target cost; improve efficiency, identifying possible production problems for existing products. Monitor the input and output variables of the process, including advanced product inspection, optimizing product and process quality consistent with the company’s Total Quality Systems, procedures and customer requirements.

Job Functions

  • Support and enforce with consistency the plant safety process and rules, local labor agreement and the company’s policies and procedures.
  • Provide support for all pre-production builds requiring components and/or services from the manufacturing site.
  • Assist with training of both technical and production in processing standards.
  • Ensure that all products are manufactured in accordance with customer specifications and approved processes.
  • Assure that production schedules are met. Act with a high sense of urgency, in particular with respect to customer needs.
  • Achieve project expectation and requirements for all elements of PPAP, TS16949 and ISO 14000.
  • Weekly program status reports (i.e., performance, open items, corrective action plans, etc.).
  • Maintain technical log for product/processes assigned, as required.
  • Maintain records for primary tools (molds) and selected secondary equipment.
  • Troubleshoot injection molding process and correct where deviant. Adjust closed-loop process control systems where applicable.
  • Troubleshoot robotic unloading; provide enhancements to increase robot system efficiency and performance.
  • Enhance the process to increase cycle efficiency, press performance, tool performance, operator performance, and material performance.
  • Provide technical instructions to maintain part stability.
  • Provide detailed and structured documentation of process corrections and enhancements as required and/or assigned.
  • Measure outputs and evaluate process control and capability.
  • Troubleshoot out of control conditions, machine deficiencies and product non-conformities.
  • Responsible for new mold start up, sampling, process trouble shooting, optimizing cycles and set-ups on injection molding, blow molding and extrusion equipment ranging from 86 to 3500 tons. Perform molding and machine safety checks.
  • Develop process improvements through employee involvement and support all plant continuous improvement efforts as assigned.
  • As required provide leadership and direction to production employees by actively working with and effectively communicating to ensure quality product.
  • Function as a Team Member of the Shift Technical Team, supporting processing and quality needs in a Lean Environment Actively participate in and support the implementation and maintenance of the company’s documented quality system as appropriate.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word and PowerPoint).
  • Ensure strict compliance with plant housekeeping standards.

Qualifications Desired:

  • High School degree required, some college a plus.
  • 3 - 5 years of experience in a similar role.
  • Automotive industry experience.
  • Experience with engineered grade resins.
  • Hands-on processing skills including new mold startup, sampling, troubleshooting, optimizing cycles, set-ups.
  • Experienced with wide range of molding machines - 85 – 1700 ton presses.
  • Open to working 2nd or 3rd shift.
  • Maintain a plant culture that embraces the values of honesty, trust, mutual respect, employee involvement and flexibility.

About the Company:

The company has over 1900 employees, 8 manufacturing plants, test lab and tooling facility. They are both a Tier One and Tier Two Supplier, and have been awarded the GM Supplier of the Year for 2010, 2011 and 2012!   This company has a unique, supportive culture that is highly regarded in the automotive community.

 

 

SIMOS

General Labor (Pick and Pack) Warehouse/Distribution Center Jobs

 

  • Now hiring for a location in New Albany – these are fulltime seasonal positions and candidates must be able to work FRI/SAT/SUN 6AM-6PM. 

 

  • Must be dependable, reliable, own transportation, ability to work in warehouse.

 

  • Must be able to pass hiring requirements

 

  • Must be able to stand the entire 12 hour shift and lift up to 50 pounds regularly

 

  • Pay range $10.50-$13.00 per hour (base pay + incentive)

 

 

Call our office at 614.470.6088 or visit our office at: 1123 N. Hamilton Road – Gahanna

 

10/23/14

 

 

Harry and David

POSITION DESCRIPTION

 

POSITION TITLE:      Account Executive, Inside Sales – Hopewell

 

DEPARTMENT:         Business Gift Division

 

REPORTS TO:           Supervisor, Inside Sales

 

CREATED:                 April, 2013

                       

POSITION SUMMARY

The Account Executive, Inside Sales will be responsible for developing new business-to-business sales from small to mid-sized ($700M) companies within an assigned territory through direct contact in order to achieve maximum sales, profitability and growth. The Account Executive, Inside Sales aggressively identifies and qualifies new business opportunities by building relationships with potential prospects via telephone and e-mail.  This role will cultivate existing client relationships to retain sales from a designated portfolio of existing customers and be required to network within an organization to increase the overall revenue produced from each customer within the assigned portfolio.  The Account Executive, Inside Sales will strive to maintain strong business relationships with small to mid-sized businesses.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

 

Major responsibilities of the position are listed below. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Other duties, assignments and specific projects may be assigned at the discretion of executive management.

  • Sales and responsibility for revenue, profit targets, and territory budget.
  • Meet and/or exceed assigned sales productivity goals and/or quotas on a regular basis.
  • Manage leads to closure for small to mid-sized accounts, or handoff to outside sales teams for accounts over $700M in revenue annually.
  • Prospect, identify, develop, negotiate, and close new customers.
  • Develop and manage pipeline to meet or exceed target.
  • Closely manage the sales process from qualifying to closing.
  • Produce and manage accurate forecasts. 
  • Understand the business landscape and be able to articulate core differentiators.
  • Provide feedback to the marketing and product teams.
  • Implement sales strategies/call prioritization to achieve revenue and targets.
  • Prospects for NEW clients to generate NEW business.
  • Establish and maintain good customer relations with both internal and external customers.
  • Prospect entire territory by maximizing the opportunity afforded by sales leads generated from a variety of resources.
  • Handle inbound/outbound calls from potential business partners that express interest in Harry and David products.
  • Conduct intro and initial value proposition calls via the phone/internet.
  • Effectively generate leads, qualify leads, and assess their value.
  • Drive qualified opportunities through the Sales Process.
  • Effectively articulate the Harry and David value proposition during an intro call.
  • Break down barriers to entry and engage with key decision makers.
  • Track all activity, contacts, accounts, and opportunities in Salesforce.com.
  • Effectively manage pipeline and meet aggressive goals.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

 

  • A High School diploma or GED required, a bachelor’s degree is preferred.
  • 1+ years’ experience with Inside Sales.
  • Prior B2B telesales experience preferred.
  • A strong “hunter” mentality.
  • The ability to succeed in a quota driven environment.
  • Must be able to handle a high volume of calls and have great telephone skills.
  • Demonstrated sales aptitude, assertive closing skills and the maturity and self-confidence to work well under pressure.
  • A proven track record of having a goal oriented approach, to reach and exceed monthly/yearly quotas.
  • Must be organized, able to work independently and as a team player, have a positive attitude, and good listening skills.
  • Proven Excel and Word skills.
  • Experience in Salesforce.com desired.
  • Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Power Point.

 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

 

KNOWLEDGE

  • Sales and Marketing — Knowledge of principles and methods for showing, promoting, and selling products or services. This includes marketing strategy and tactics, product demonstration, sales techniques, and sales control systems.
  • Customer and Personal Service — Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer and personal services. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.
  • Clerical — Knowledge of administrative and clerical procedures and systems such as word processing, managing files and records, stenography and transcription, designing forms, and other office procedures and terminology.
  • English Language — Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.
  • Computers — Knowledge of computer software, including applications and programming.

 

 

SKILLS

  • Active Listening — Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
  • Speaking — Talking to others to convey information effectively.
  • Persuasion — Persuading others to change their minds or behavior.
  • Monitoring — Monitoring/Assessing performance of yourself, other individuals, or organizations to make improvements or take corrective action.
  • Mathematics — Using mathematics to solve problems.
  • Time Management — Managing one's own time and the time of others.
  • Reading Comprehension — Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work related documents.
  • Written Expression — The ability to communicate information and ideas in writing so others will understand.
  • Critical Thinking – Uses logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.
  • Judgment and Decision Making – Considers the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one.
  • Active Learning — Understanding the implications of new information for both current and future problem-solving and decision-making.

ABILITIES

  • Originality — The ability to come up with unusual or clever ideas about a given topic or situation, or to develop creative ways to solve a problem.
  • Oral Expression — The ability to communicate information and ideas in speaking so others will understand.
  • Oral Comprehension — The ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented through spoken words and sentences.
  • Speech Clarity — The ability to speak clearly so others can understand you.
  • Speech Recognition — The ability to identify and understand the speech of another person.
  • Problem Sensitivity — The ability to tell when something is wrong or is likely to go wrong. It does not involve solving the problem, only recognizing there is a problem.
  • Written Comprehension — The ability to read and understand information and ideas presented in writing.
  • Deductive Reasoning — The ability to apply general rules to specific problems to produce answers that make sense.
  • Inductive Reasoning — The ability to combine pieces of information to form general rules or conclusions (includes finding a relationship among seemingly unrelated events).
  • Information Ordering — The ability to arrange things or actions in a certain order or pattern according to a specific rule or set of rules (e.g., patterns of numbers, letters, words, pictures, mathematical operations).

 

PHYSICAL DEMAND AND WORK EFFORT

 

  • Constant mental and/or visual attention; the flow of work requires focused, detailed attention in an office environment.
  • The job is typically performed under comfortable working conditions; any disagreeable elements are generally absent during normal performance of the job.
  • Must be able to sit for extended periods of time during work shift.
  • Must be able to lift, push and pull up to 10 pounds occasionally when utilizing catalog materials and work station supplies.
  • This position may require travel to key accounts in the assigned territory and to trade shows.
  • FLSA status: Salaried, Exempt.

 

 

 

MANAGER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Manager Signature                                                                 Date

 

 

ASSOCIATE ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Print Name                                                                              Date

 

 

                                                                                                                                                           

Associate Signature                                                                Date

 

 

 

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Fastenal Company hiring 1-2 part time employees for our Lancaster location. 

 

The ideal candidate is someone pursuing a business degree with an interest in sales and management.  They can feel free to send resume’s to cunderwo@fastenal.com, fax them to 507-494-9738, or apply online at the link listed at the bottom of the page.

 

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Sales Trainee
Part-Time Position Available
2245 West Fair Ave., Lancaster, OH

The Fastenal Company would like to invite ambitious, hard-working individuals to apply for the position of Sales Trainee PT. Applicants should be able to bring new ideas and improvements to business practices; remain fair, respectful and moral in all situations; and work well both independently and as part of a team.

ABOUT US:
Since 1967 Fastenal has grown from a single store to nearly 2,700 locations, each providing tailored local inventory and personal service for our customers. As we've expanded across the world, we've retained a core belief in people and their ability to accomplish remarkable things - if given the opportunity. From this philosophy stems an entrepreneurial culture that challenges every employee to run their own business, create their own success, and rise up to become company leaders.

As a growth company with a solid financial position, that typically doubles in size every four to five years, we are committed to training, promoting from within, and creating opportunities for our employees. If you have an entrepreneurial spirit and are looking to make your mark as part of an elite growth company, you won't find a better fit than Fastenal.

OVERVIEW:
Working in the role of part-time Sales Trainee, you will have the opportunity to balance formal training with real-world experience running a store and working with customers. It's a great way to learn the ropes of our fast-paced industry and potentially transition into a full-time sales position. Fastenal Company is currently seeking candidates for a part-time Sales Trainee position at our store located at 2245 West Fair Ave., Lancaster, OH.

TRAINING PROGRAM:
The training experience includes hands-on, on-line, and classroom training offered through our corporate university. The training program for current employees who are promoted into these positions will vary based on prior experience with the company.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
The duties and responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:
o Assisting with sales/customer service
o Managing inventory
o Placing and fulfilling orders
o Performing local sales calls and deliveries with company vehicle

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS:
The skills and qualifications required for this position include:
o 18 years of age or over
o A strong aptitude for sales and desire to earn salary plus commission after the training period
o A valid driver's license and the ability to meet our driving record requirements
o The ability to demonstrate Company values of Innovation, Teamwork, Ambition, and Integrity
o Strong computer skills and math aptitude
o The ability to lift, slide and lower packages that typically weigh 25lbs-50lbs and may weigh up to 75lbs
o Possess or are working towards an Associate's Degree in Business/Marketing OR have equivalent industry experience and knowledge of the local market
o Ability to pass the required drug test (applicable in the US, Puerto Rico, and Guam ONLY)

 
 

Please respond by Sunday, October 26, 2014.

 

EOE Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabled


 

To Apply, please click on the link below.

 


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Job Link: https://assess.shlonline.com/default?action=url&key=f30a706d2e49dd&lang=en_us
 

 

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MIS Assistant | Part-Time | Mid-Ohio Psychological Services, Inc.

 

Mid-Ohio Psychological Services has an opening for a part-time MIS Assistant. The Management Information Systems Assistant position is a Tier 1 Help Desk position with possible Junior Administrator duties.  We are located in Lancaster, Ohio with branch offices in Franklin, Delaware, Licking, and Ross Counties.  Some travel between branch offices may be required.

 

20-25 hours per week, normally worked Monday – Friday, may be an occasional Saturday.

 

Responsibilities will include:

 

  • Respond to Help Desk emails and phone calls in a timely and courteous manner.
  • Assist with basic hardware & software troubleshooting.
  • Assist in user account maintenance (activation, deactivation, password resets).
  • Provide technical support for network and directory resources.
  • Assist in setup of peripherals and printers.
  • OS installs, computer refreshes, and software installation.
  • Receive into inventory and track IT related assets.

 

Technical Requirements:

 

  • Basic knowledge of Windows 7, Server 2003, Server 2008, and Server 2012 operating systems.
  • Basic knowledge of Active Directory.
  • Basic knowledge of shared resources.
  • Basic knowledge of RDP, Terminal Services, and VPN connectivity.
  • Basic network troubleshooting using IPCONFIG, PING, NSLOOKUP, etc.
  • MCP Certification is helpful but not required.

 

Other Requirements:

 

  • A minimum of one year college training in computer science or related field or equivalent job experience.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills with a customer oriented demeanor.
  • The ability to work independently with little supervision.
  • The ability to lift up to 50 lbs.

 

To Apply

 

Fax a resume to 740-687-6677 email hr@mopsohio.com or apply online at www.mopsohio.com – Job Postings – Job Application Process – Online Job Application – MIS Help Desk Assistant.

 

 

 

The Inn at Fairfield Village is in need of a FULL-TIME COOK

Individuals may apply on-line through our website but we prefer to have them apply in person

www.innatfairfieldvillage.com

The Inn at Fairfield Village

Senior Assisted Residence

1834 Countryside Dr.

Lancaster, Ohio 43130

740-689-9944  Fax 740-689-9946

 

 

 

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The Learning Spectrum is hiring Paraprofessionals and Aids

 

The Learning Spectrum is a growing educational facility that works with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and related services. We are established in Sunbury, Worthington, Canal Winchester and opening a new facility in Newark this school year. 

Interested applicants should send resumes to sehmann@thelearningspectrum.com or call

Shelly Ehmann
Client Service Supervisor
The Learning Spectrum
(614)595-9111

for more information. 

Posted: 10 July 2014

Home Instead Senior Care

Hiring Profesional CAREgivers

 

Are you a people person?  Put your cheerful, encouraging demeanor

to work as a Home Instead CAREgiver. 

Our non-medical companionship and home-helper service supports seniors

to live safely and independently in their homes.  Join our team!

Call Today: 740-654-4250

Our office is located at

110 King Street

Lancaster, Ohio

Posted 10 July 2014

Help Wanted

Part-Time Helper for Property Maintenance - no experience needed

(Reynoldsburg/Lancaster)

 

I need a part-time helper for repair and maintenance of rental properties. Job will include cleaning, painting, drywall work, roofing and many other things related to property maintenance. This is a part-time position for weekday afternoons. Schedule is very flexible and may be able to work around school or other job you may have. Should average 15-20 hours per week.  Starts at $8.00 per hour. You need to be at least (or almost) 18 years old and have transportation. Experience is helpful but definitely not required. It is required that you have a good attitude, be drug free, a quick and eager learner and be reliable. Send me some information about yourself and your availability, and I will contact any applicant that seems to be who I am looking for.  Send your information to: pembrookproperties@gmail.com.

Posted: 16 July 2014

Fairfield County Developmental Disabilities

is currently accepting applications for the following positions at the FCBDD

We have 2 openings for ISC now through 8/6/14, Director of Services and Supports through 8/6/14, and subs for Instructor Assistant, On-on-One Aide and Life Coach.

Applications accepted on-line at www.fairfielddd.com

Posted 24 July 2014

Administrative Assistant

Fairfield County Job and Family Services is looking for a full-time Administrative Assistant.  This position is responsible for assisting the agency director in performing administrative tasks and special projects.  The Administrative Assistant will act as a liaison between the administrator and other interested parties, including staff members, the public, clients, and vendors. The Administrative Assistant will perform general clerical duties, answer telephone inquiries, and fulfill public records requests as necessary.  Independent judgment is required to plan, prioritize, and organize a diversified workload.

Candidates for this position must have completed two years of technical training or an undergraduate core program in office administration/or related field and two years of clerical or administrative experience in an office environment. Strong oral and written communication skills, the ability to work independently, as well as intermediate to advanced computer skills are also necessary.  Starting salary is $29,140.

Applicants must apply online at http://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us and attach a resume and cover letter by August 8, 2014.  NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Posted 5 August 2014

Fairfield County Developmental Disabilities

is currently  hiring for the following positions:

Ancillary Support Specialist PT at Forest Rose School, posting will run until 8/15/14 Behavior Services Coordinator FT, posting will run until 8/15/14.

All applicants should apply on-line at www.fairfielddd.com. Thank you!

Posted 8 August 2014

HELP WANTED 8/15/14

 

I’M LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO HELP ME FOR 4 OR 5 DAYS ON MY PROPERTY.  I LIVE ABOUT 6-7 MILES OUTSIDE OF LANCASTER, TOWARDS AMANDA.  MANUAL LABOR CHORES, SOME ORGANIZING, AND MOVING STUFF AROUND.  10$/HR.  MALE OR FEMALE.  IF INTERESTED PLEASE CALL GREG @ (740) 969-3512.  

Posted 15 August 2014


aHa!

A Hands-On Adventure

A Children's Museum

JOB DESCRIPTION

Weekend Team Member

This is a part-time position for 6-16 hours per week. Employee must be able to work 12:30-6:30 on Fridays, 3-4 Saturdays per month and 1-2 Sundays during the months of November through March. Additional hours may be available during the week, to cover absences and vacations.

Primary job duties:   Maintain efficient operations of the museum. Manage admissions, membership purchases and other fiscal transactions. Promote a clean, safe and comfortable environment by picking up accessories, sweeping floors, replacing paper products, etc. as needed. Handle large groups of people and enforce compliance with facility rules and policies. Demonstrate positive interactive techniques with the children. Follow facility opening and closing procedures as directed including proper upkeep of water table.

Secondary job duties:  Assist with administrative tasks and help develop community awareness through outreach and education. Support preschool education activities and plan craft and special day activities.

Qualifications:   Employee must be able to take charge when issues arise and be comfortable interacting with children and adults. Basic expertise in use of computers is required. Must be able to speak with proper grammar and spell correctly. Must be able to lift 20 pounds, use a broom or vacuum, bend and reach, and stand for several hours at a time. Able to tolerate a noisy work environment.

*Experience in early childhood education is desirable.

Pay:   $9.00 per hour - no benefits

Candidates must be willing to submit to a background check as part of the employment process. 

If interested, submit a resume via fax (740-653-2915), email (director@aha4kids.org) or in person at 315 S. Broad Street, Lancaster.  Address all inquiries and applications to Phelicia Auffart.

Posted 20 August 2014

aHa!

A Hands-on Adventure

A Children's Museum

Job Description

Weekend Team Member

This is a part-time position for 6-16 hours per week.  Employee must be able to work 12:30-6:30 on Fridays, 3-4 Saturdays per month and 1-2 Sundays during the months of November through March.  Additional hours may be available during the week to cover absences and vacations.

Primary job duties: Maintain efficient operations of the museum. Manage admissions, membership purchases and other fiscal transactions.  Promote a clean, safe and comfortable environment by picking up accessories, sweeping floors, replacing paper products, etc., as needed. Handle large groups of people and enforce compliance with facility rules and policies.Demonstrate positive interactive techniques with the children.  Follow facility opening and closing procedures as directed including proper upkeep of water table.

Secondary job duties:Assist with administrative tasks and help develop community awareness through outreach and education. Support preschool education activities and plan craft and special day activities.

Qualifications: Employee must be able to take charge when issues arise and be comfortable interacting with children and adults. Basic expertise in use of computers is required. Must be able to speak with proper grammar and spell correctly. Must be able to lift 20 pounds, us a broom or vacuum, bend and reach, and stand for several hours at a time. Able to tolerate a noisy work environment. *Experience in early childhood is desirable.

Pay: $9.00 per hour - no benefits

Candidates must be willing to submit to a background check as part of the employment process.

If interested, submit a resume via fax (740-653-2915), email (director@aha4kids.org) or in person at 315 S. Broad Street, Lancaster.  Address all inquiries and applications to Phelicia Auffart.

Posted 27 August 2014

Marketing/Recruiting/Administrative Assistant

Are we looking for YOU?  Now hiring responsible, service-oriented and dedicated individuals who present a well-groomed and professional appearance to join a team of professionals.

The successful candidate will be:

  • Available for work Monday - Friday from 1 pm to 5 pm
  • Joining a team of dedicated professionals whose goal is to meet or exceed the expectations of our customers.
  • Marketing by email/phone
  • Posting jobs on the web & emailing flyers to our contacts
  • Scheduling interviews
  • Conducting background & reference checks
  • Other Administrative Duties as assigned

Salary:

  • $8.50 hour

Benefits of joining our team:

  • Very Competitive wages
  • Bonuses, commissions and rewards available
  • Periodic merit increases based upon performance and attendance
  • $50 Referral Bonus for referring a new employee hire

The successful candidate must:

  • Pass a criminal background check
  • Have reliable transportation
  • Excellent Phone Skills
  • Data Entry
  • Good Typing Skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office Preferred

Seize the opportunity! Contact us today and join the TEAM!

Apply online at: http://myservicemaster.com/8726 Click “About Us” and the “Apply Now”

 Or send your resume to cmssmrecruiter@gmail.com

EOE M/F/D/V

Posted 27 August 2014

HELP WANTED

Part-time customer service clerk

Job includes assisting customers with jewelry purchases and repairs.Create signature boxes, stock jewelry items, and other duties as assigned.

Good people skills and appreciation for jewelry art required.

Apply in person at Ava Jewelers, 111 N. Broad St., Lancaster

No calls please.

Posted 27 August 2014

Job opportunities at The Inn at Fairfield Village

Full-time Cook (some cooking experience preferred)

Housekeeping

Part-time Receptionist

Nursing Assistants

Individuals may apply on-line through our website but we prefer to have them apply in person

www.innatfairfieldvillage.com

Posted 28 August 2014

The Job Fair of Columbus
Wednesday, September 24, 2014
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Embassy Suites Columbus
2700 Corporate Exchange Drive 
Columbus, OH 43231


Pre-Register for this event by going to www.catalystcareergroup.com  & selecting the Job Fair of Columbus

Plan to attend and meet with several of the Columbus area’s top employers.

Here is a list of some of the categories employers have recruited for in the past at our event:

Sales, Management, Retail, Administration, Customer Service, IT, Accounting, Finance, Government, Insurance, Education, Law Enforcement, Military, Telemarketing, Healthcare and more…

Tips for Success:

  1. Dress Professionally (suit and tie preferred)—First impressions go a long way.
  2. Bring multiple copies of your Resume.
  3. Plan to spend 45 minutes to 1 hour at the event.
  4. Prepare a brief but effective “brag” to let the people you meet with get to know you and how employing you would benefit their company.
  5. Keep an open mind—meet with as many of the companies as you can, you may be pleasantly surprised at what you find.

For more information visit Catalyst Career Group online at: www.catalystcareergroup.com OR email:info@catalystcareergroup.com .

Posted: 29 August 2014

FAIRFIELD COUNTY OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

POSITION DESCRIPTION

LIFE COACH TRAINEE

REGULAR HOURS OF WORK:   8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m., Monday – Friday, 7 paid hrs of work

(no breaks unless day is extended past 3:30)

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:     Day Services Coordinator or Program Services Manager

DEPARTMENT:                        Adult Services

SPECIFICATIONS:  As an employee of the Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities, the job incumbent shall comply with all Board policies at all times, and shall demonstrate respect for, support dignity of, and observe the rights of all individuals served by the agency.  An individual serving in this position will work in coordination with a mentor and will shadow employees to learn and develop the skills necessary for success.

DUTIES:

40%        Provides excellent customer service to adult individuals with developmental disabilities:

  • Reads and assures needed knowledge of individual plans
  • Assists individuals to meet goals and provides supports as needed
  • Uses positive techniques and respect in following behavior support strategies
  • Provides personal assistance to individuals as needed, including lifting, pushing, pulling, transferring and moving, and insures the safety of both the individuals and staff members
  • Provides personal hygiene services, as needed
  • Helps individuals understand and cope with situations and develop realistic goals and strategies for the individual’s benefit with an emphasis on employment
  • Provides training and facilitates development of occupational, social and personal skills, including work attitudes and behavior, personal hygiene, etc.
  • Develops learning opportunities for individuals related to success plans

20%        Provides excellent customer service to others:

  • Participates on individual teams to develop a plan for success for individuals
  • Works with staff, parents, families and others in a team approach to meet the needs of individuals served
  • Develops positive relationships with community partners
  • Works in a professional, collaborative relationship with others to insure success for individuals
  • Models behaviors and communication skills of a community employee and reinforces same with individuals
  • Interacts appropriately with others in all situations
  • Supports agency direction and promotes community first

20%        Ensures health and safety of individuals served:

  • Recognizes unusual and threatening conditions and takes appropriate action
  • Performs delegated nursing according to the training and guidelines of the supervising Registered Nurse
  • Participates in the completion of any necessary drills, assuring the safety of all individuals
  • Identifies accidents, unusual and major unusual incidents as they apply to all individuals
  • Handles all situations to insure respectful interactions, safety and de-escalation
  • Investigates, reports and records all incidents/accidents according to procedural guidelines
  • Communicates need for emergency treatment when needed
  • Oversees safety of individuals in crisis as well as “by-stander” individuals
  • Performs “first responder” care as a certified First Aid/CPR cardholder
  • Maintains knowledge of care procedures
  • Assures the cleanliness of all work areas
  • Reports maintenance and safety needs

10%        Maintains appropriate documentation within required timeframes in an accurate and timely manner:

  •  Records and reports attendance for individuals
  • Documents work on individual outcomes and action steps through prescribed process
  • Completes assessments including behavior data
  • Completes production reports
  • Maintains a plan for scheduled activities for use by a substitute
  • Submits all plan related documentation

5%         Performs related duties as assigned by administration.

5%         Complies with the policy handbook and other applicable procedures and regulations as required by the position.

REQUIRED TRAINING:

Orientation (must be completed within first year)

First Aid and CPR (must be completed prior to performing direct work, must be maintained)

COPE

Positive Culture

Completes a minimum of twelve hours annually of continued education approved as DODD certified hours

QQUALIFICATIONS:

  • Maintains current First Aid, CPR and COPE certifications.
  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities Adult Services Worker Certification.
  • Must be physically capable to lift/move up to 50 lbs. per lifting policy, in a safe manner
  • Maintains current, valid Ohio driver’s license and driving record acceptable to agency insurance carrier.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:

  • Ability to communicate verbally and in writing, clearly, concisely and non-judgmentally.
  • Ability to interpret a variety of instructions in written, oral, picture, and schedule form.
  • Ability to add, subtract, multiply, divide, calculate fractions, decimals, and percentages.
  • Ability to implement training and behavior management techniques.
  • Ability to work cooperatively with coworkers.
  • Ability to inspect product and identify items that do not meet standards.
  • Ability to observe and document behaviors, incidents, and occurrences.
  • Ability to complete routine forms and maintain accurate records.
  • Ability to learn and use sign language and augmented communication devices.

PROBATIONARY PERIOD:  Two years

FLSA:      Non-exempt, hourly

STATUS:    Collective Bargaining

NOTE:    Working conditions may exist that are not such as normally exist in the occupation of the public employee. These conditions mat include exposure to bloodborne pathogens, communicable disease, potentially infectious materials, and/or aggressive or other maladaptive behavior.

The Fairfield County Board of DD does not discriminate in provision of services or employment because of handicap, race, color, creed, national origin, sex or age.

I have read the position description and understand the above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work required for this position.  It is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.  I understand I will be expected to perform these duties and the number of days and hours that I am expected to work, with reasonable assurance of work after scheduled unpaid break days.  I further acknowledge that I have been instructed on how to access the Fairfield County Board of DD policies and procedures, including the Employee Ethics policy, and agree to abide by it’s contents.   I acknowledge that I have been informed that I must pass a post-offer drug test as a condition of continued employment and then am required to remain substance free and to submit to testing in accordance with FCBDD policy throughout the course of employment.  Finally, I understand that I am required to submit to background checks as a condition of initial and continued employment as specified by Board policy.

 

___________________________________             _____________________

Staff Member Signature                                                     Date                               

 

BOARD APPROVED:  November 19, 2013

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

For Purposes of 42 USC 12101 and OAC 4112-5-08

LIFE COACH TRAINEE

  1. Maintains required certifications for DODD, First Aid, CPR, and COPE training.
  1. Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance and punctuality.
  1. Demonstrates appropriate grooming and attire.
  1. Complies with safety and hygiene policies and procedures established for purpose of fulfilling compliance with Ohio Employment Risk Reductions Standards, Rules, or Orders, through the utilization of protective equipment and decontamination techniques.
  1. Follows confidentiality policy.
  1. Deals professionally with family members and other members of the community.
  1. Lifts, carries and positions individuals. Lifts up to 50 pounds, per lifting policy. Pushes wheelchairs and other activities for adults with disabilities.  Able to stand for long periods of time to perform work.  Able to bend, stoop and lift.  Able to work indoor and outdoors as required, in the elements for up to 90 minutes at a time.  Able to work in noisy and quiet environments.
  1. Provides supervision, training, and supports, in the area of vocational skills, behaviors modification, social adjustment, leisure/recreation, and community participation. Provides documentation as needed.
  1. Provides personal hygiene and other personal services.
  1. Participates in individual teams to help individuals plan their program; works cooperatively with other staff to implement IP’s. Provides documentation as needed.
  1. Transports individuals to various community sites.

12.    Sets up individuals on jobs, supervises and trains individuals on jobs, develops jigs to maximize client participation in work, follows quality control procedures, maintains job records.

  1. Complies with the Individual Bill of Rights.
  1. Interprets, implements, and follows laws, statutes, rules, regulations, standards, plans, and policies applicable to the position
  1. Maintains a valid Ohio Driver’s license and a driving record acceptable to agency’s insurance carrier.
  1. Acts in the best interest of the Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities.

BOARD APPROVED:  November 19, 2013

Posted 5 Sept 2014

 

Battelle

Duration: 6 month contract-to-hire

Location: Columbus, OH

*Must be able to obtain a Secret Clearance*

 

Top Three Skills:

 

object-oriented programming, physical science, statistics/algorithms, Unity (or any gaming engine would be a plus), Oculus Rift  (would be a plus)

Job Description:

 

Battelle’s Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) Defense business, in our National Security Global Business performs detailed and complex modeling efforts to provide decision support information to its clients. Furthermore, Battelle delivers these modeling capabilities to its client’s so that they can perform custom analyses in support of their mission. The Hazard Modeling Team within CBRNE Defense is seeking an Engineering Application Developer to join the team and make immediate contributions to the development of customer focused software applications and development of decision support models. Desirable candidates will have demonstrable application development skills along with the fundamental scientific background to understand the phenomenology and processes being modeled.
JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Development of mathematical models
Model testing for accuracy and performance
Model input data collection, reduction, processing, and presentation
Experience with object oriented programming principles in C++, C#, or Java
Written reports of methods used and results obtained.

THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS MUST BE MET TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION:

Bachelor’s Degree in engineering (e.g., chemical, mechanical, etc.), physics, or equivalent with a minor in computer science, a certificate in computer science, or equivalent coursework experience.
Creation of algorithms using C#, C++, Java, or Python
Good oral and written communication skills, the ability to work in a team environment, and strong time management skills.

Additional Information:

 

http://www.10tv.com/content/stories/2013/10/11/columbus-batelle-scientist-salmonella-tools-to-fight-outbreak.html

Have you developed a mathematical model of a real-world process? Have you improved such a model by implementing superior methodologies, code optimization, or parallelization? Have you implemented data analysis and visualization methods that made your complex results understandable to the layman? If so, then Battelle is looking for you.

   

Who is the Internal/External Customer:

http://rws.allegisgroup.com/RWS/images/callout_question.gif

external - various clients hire CBRNE to run predictive algorithms for a variety of forecasting

   
   

 

Business Challenge:

 

Utilizing risk engine to determine the probability of something happening. This predictive algorithm is used to make decisions related to safety and risk assessment for a variety of companies/industries from Homeland Security to Automobile Manufacturing.

   

EVP:

http://rws.allegisgroup.com/RWS/images/callout_question.gif

Battelle is guided by a founding mission. We invest our knowledge, talents and resources, helping our customers achieve their most important goals. We apply scientific rigor and creativity, succeeding where others may fail and we invest in our communities, making the world better for generations to come. All of us share a common purpose: to solve the greatest challenges of today and tomorrow.

Our 22,000 employees work at the forefront of scientific innovation to tackle critical challenges in security, human health, manufacturing, energy and environmental management. Battelle’s work is grounded in the belief that science, technology and a passion for excellence can make industries more competitive and the world a better place.

   

Posted 5 Sept 2014

Join the American Red Cross AmeriCorps

Your World. Your Chance to Make It Better

AMERICORPS POSITIONS AVAILABLE IN THE FOLLOWING COUNTIES:

Athens, Fairfield, Franklin, Hamilton, Licking, Lucas, Marion/Morrow, Muskingum

Member will participate in activities related to:

  • Community Preparedness Education
  • Disaster Preparedness and Response
  • Volunteer Recruitment and Mobilization
  • Service to Armed Forces

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Be at least 18 years old
  • Be a US citizen or legal resident
  • Have a high school diploma
  • Have a valid driver's license, good driving record
  • Be available to serve up to 12 months on a full-time basis
    • 1700 hours within contracted time

BENEFITS:

  • A stipend up to $12,500 for full-time service
  • Segal Education Award up to $5,500*
    • *If 55+, transferrable to child or grandchild
  • Deferment of qualified FEDERAL student loans
  • Healthcare coverage through an AmeriCorps provider
  • May qualify for child care assistance

STEPS TO APPLY:

Visit https://my.americorps.gov/mp/login.do to register and apply

(Note: This step is REQUIRED)

Send inquiry letter and a copy of your resume to:

- Email: lynne.wise@redcross.org

- Fax (614) 253-4081 - Attn: AmeriCorps

- Mail: ARCGC - Chapter HR/VR

Attn: AmeriCorps at 995 East Broad Street, Columbus, OH  43205

Posted 5 Sept 2014

Market rate apartment community in Lancaster, Ohio

is seeking a Leasing Consultant to tour and lease to potential residents in addition to providing superior customer service to current residents. Duties include, but are not limited to, telephone sales as well as on site traffic, demonstrating apartments and amenities, qualifying prospects in accordance with community guidelines, closing the sale and completion of all related paperwork. Previous customer service experience and the ability to multitask in a fast paced environment are necessary. Prior apartment leasing experience preferred, but will consider strong sales and customer service background. Availability to work every weekend is required. Hours are 10-4 on Saturdays and 12-3 on Sundays. Flexibility with days off during the week. Position is 30 hours per week. Candidates should have appropriate knowledge of general office procedures and be professional in demeanor, dress and appearance.

Posted 11 Sept 2014

Infant Teacher- Full-time, 40 hours/week

Duties include feeding, diapering, assisting with development and implementation of “Step Up to Quality” approved lesson plans, modeling Christ’s love and promoting a welcome environment for parents. Sensitive and effective communication skills essential. Associates degree in Early Childhood Education or similar area required, in addition to annual training. Current First Aid, CPR, Child Abuse and Neglect, and Communicable Disease certification preferred.  Please go to the following link to complete a non-teacher application:   http://www.fcaknights.org/EmploymentOpportunities.aspx

Please email applications to: Erica Neal at eneal@fcaknights.us

Posted 15 September 2014

Floater- 2 positions available. Part time, 27 hours/week

Duties include coordinating classroom coverage throughout Preschool and Child Care classrooms, implementing food allergy precautions and Health Plan procedures throughout each classroom, assisting with daily activities as needed. Must be outgoing, cheerful and flexible. Associates degree in Early Childhood Education or similar area required, in addition to annual training. Current First Aid, CPR, Child Abuse and Neglect, and Communicable Disease certification preferred.  Please go to the following link to complete a non-teacher application:  http://www.fcaknights.org/EmploymentOpportunities.aspx
Please email applications to: Erica Neal at eneal@fcaknights.us

Posted 15 September 2014

SOCIAL WORKER

A unique opportunity exists for a motivated individual to make a significant and positive impact in the lives of individuals and families who receive public assistance. Fairfield County Job and Family Services is looking for an individual who has experience working with low income, unemployed individuals and families who are working towards self-sufficiency. Candidates for this position must have completed their undergraduate major core course work in behavioral science, social science, early childhood development, education, or related field. Strong interpersonal skills and computer proficiency are also necessary. Starting salary is $29,140 with extensive benefits. Applicants must apply on-line at http://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us and attach a resume and cover letter by September 19, 2014. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Posted 15 September 2014

JOB DESCRIPTION

CITY OF LANCASTER LAW DIRECTOR & CITY PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE

 

Position:               Discovery Clerk / Temporary

(Note: This is a temporary position paid through an independent staffing firm.)

Hours:                   40 hours per week

                                Monday – Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (except for holidays)

Effective:             Immediate Opening

Pay/Benefits: This position is paid through an independent staffing firm and does not offer paid time off or benefits of any kind.

            Hourly   Rate                       $10.00 per hour

                Holiday                                 None

                Sick Leave                            None

                Personal Leave                    None

                Vacation                               None
                Health Insurance                 None

PERS (pension)                    None

WC                                         None

Medicare                               None

Job Description: The Discovery Clerk is responsible for assisting the support staff of the Law Director & City Prosecutor’s Office. Examples of normal daily tasks include:

  • Assist in case management matters (e.g., labeling files, hole-punching papers, and filing)
  • Input case information into computer system
  • Gather required statistics
  • Request evidence necessary for prosecution of misdemeanor criminal/traffic cases
  • Prepare denial letters following prosecutor review of requests for criminal charges
  • Update warrant/arraignment drawer weekly
  • Go through filing basket and file closed files weekly
  • Answer phone as required
  • Daily runs to the courthouse and other government agencies
  • Respond to requests for discovery

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Comfortable multitasking in a fast-paced workplace environment
  • Accountable and dependable
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong customer service skills

Unfortunately, we are under time constraints and need to ask that that all resumes and applications be returned to me no later than 4:00 p.m. Friday, September 26, 2014. 

Send resumes directly to:

Teresa L. Sandy, Office Manager

City of Lancaster

Law Director & City Prosecutor's Office

123 East Chestnut Street

P.O. Box 1008

Lancaster, Ohio 43130

My Office Hours:  Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

(Phone: 740. 687.6616 ext. 3012

ÊFax: 740. 681.5024

*E-mail: tsandy@ci.lancaster.oh.us

Posted: 17 Sept. 2014

Phoenix Electrotek LLC

is a major distributor and manufacturer of electronic, electrical and
automotive wire and cable in North America. We also offer a wide range of complimentary
products such as connectors, tubing I sleeving, and wire management products.
Phoenix operates manufacturing facilities which produce cable assemblies, wiring harnesses
and control panel assemblies for a wide range of industries.
Our Lancaster facility is currently looking for a competitive Inside Sales Representative with
experience related to manufacturing products. We are looking for someone with technical
aptitude and strong sales skills who can develop long term sales relationships with customers.
This position is responsible for maintaining customer goodwill and service levels, selling a
wider variety of products to existing customers, and finding and converting new prospects to
customers.
Duties:
• Establish new accounts by planning and organizing daily work schedule to call existing
or potential customers.
• Identify and solicit potential customers, Service existing accounts, obtain orders.
• Keep management informed by submitting activity and results reports, such as daily
call reports, weekly work plans, and monthly and annual analyses.
• Monitor competition by gathering current marketplace information on pricing,
products, new products, delivery schedules, merchandising techniques, etc.
• Resolve customer complaints by investigating problems; developing solutions;
preparing reports; making recommendations to management.
• Contribute to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
Skills/Qualifications:
• Motivation for Sales & Customer Service
• Skilled with using a computer & the telephone as a sales tool
• Experience prospecting, opening new accounts and driving a high volume of sales
activity to meet sales goals
• Experience with Business-to-Business Sales
• A Self-Confident professional image skilled in presentation, negotiation and closing
• Desire and ability to learn the products and services of the company
• Establish and maintain client relationships
We offer a competitive compensation plan including base salary, commissions and benefits

     Anyone interested should send a Resume’ to me at mikeg@phoenixelectrotek.com  or mail to:  Phoenix Electrotek, LLC

890 Mill Park Dr.

Lancaster, OH  43130

Attn: Mike Gintert

Posted 26 September 2014

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF MENTAL RETARDATION

AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

POSITION DESCRIPTION

HYGIENE AIDE

REGULAR HOURS OF WORK:  Flexible, not to exceed 16 hours per week

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:       Director of Educational Services

DEPARTMENT:                              Forest Rose School

SPECIFICATIONS:  This is entry-level work assisting an instructor and instructor assistant in the training and personal care of individuals who have developmental disabilities.  An employee in this classification will receive direction from an instructor or instructor assistant.  As an employee of the Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities, the job incumbent shall comply with all Board policies at all times, and shall demonstrate respect for, support the dignity of and observe the rights of all individuals served by the agency.

DUTIES:

75%     Assists in the programming as outlined on Individual Education Plan and as directed by the classroom instructor, instructor assistant or supervisor, including the following duties: 

  1.  Assist individuals to maintain cleanliness and ensure safety while in the changing room, locker room, bathroom and lunchroom.
  2.  Follow individualized procedures to meet the needs of each person such as meal preparation, bathroom schedule, etc.
  3. Maintain accurate records of bowel movements, incontinence, etc.
  4. Maintain accurate account of clothing available and clothing used.
  5. Monitor and replenish supplies and report to appropriate staff when low.
  6. Use and maintain lifts properly
  7. Monitor restrooms at appropriate times
  8. Practice “Universal Precautions” (i.e. wear vinyl gloves) according to required training procedures.
  9. Report any unusual occurrences pertaining to injury, behavior, etc. appropriate associates.
  10. Communicates with team, provides positive interaction with clients.
  11. Performs other school duties as necessary.

10%     Performs related duties as directed by classroom instructor and/or administration (such as assisting with lunch and changing clothes for pool).

  5%     Assists in maintaining discipline in the school cafeteria, school grounds and on excursions in the community, in accordance with the manner instituted by the classroom instructor and the policies and procedures of the program.  Mannerisms shall be conducive to learning and free of health and safety hazards.

 3%      Maintains professional ethics in keeping with the confidentiality of information and material in which he/she will come in contact.   

 2%      Assists in keeping student data, as directed.   

 2%      Maintains a cooperative relationship with co-workers in order to best facilitate and implement the Individual Education Plan.

 1%      Attends conferences, workshops, seminars, and meetings to enhance professional growth as permitted and/or requested by the administration.

1%       Related program philosophy, procedures and goals to the general public in a positive manner.

1%       Complies, as necessary, with Safety Rules established for the purpose of fulfilling compliance with the Ohio Employment Risk Reduction Standards, Rules, or Orders, through the utilization of protective equipment and decontamination techniques.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High school diploma or equivalent with additional training as appropriate.
  • Educational Aide certification from Ohio Department of Education.
  • Must be physically capable to lift, carry, and move enrollees (up to 50 pounds) according to in-service training.
  • Current certification in CPR and First Aid.
  • Good communication skills, dependable, flexible.
  • Display a willingness to learn.

FLSA:                        Non-Exempt from overtime, hourly position eligible for overtime for hours worked in excess of 40 hours per week.

PROBATIONARY PERIOD:      One calendar year

STATUS:       Classified Employee

NOTE:          Working conditions may exist that are not such as normally exist in the occupation of the public employee.  These conditions may include exposure to bloodborne pathogens, communicable disease, potentially infectious materials, and/or aggressive or other maladaptive behavior.

The FCBDD does not discriminate in provision of services or employment because of handicap, race, color, creed, national origin, sex or age.

Signature indicates receipt of position description, employees understanding of duties described here-in and agreement to comply.

 

 

________________________________________                __________________________________

Staff Member Signature                                                         Date

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

For Purposes of 42 USC 12101 and OAC 4112-5-08:

 

HYGIENE AIDE

 

1.         Follows instructions.

2.         Complies with applicable laws, regulations and policies, procedures and professional/ethical standards.

3.         Participates in conferences, workshops, seminars, meetings and serves on committees as requested.

 4.        Communicates with enrollees, their families and staff both verbally and in writing.

5.         Lifts, carries and moves enrollees, equipment and supplies (up to 50 pounds).

6.         Maintains required certificates.

7.         Performs food preparation, food storage and sanitation tasks.

8.         Maintains a safe and healthy environment.

9.         Ensures accurate documentation of all activities and information.

10.       Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance.

11.       Complies with Safety Rules established for the purpose of fulfilling compliance with Ohio Employment Risk Reduction Standards, Rules, or Orders, through the utilization of protective equipment and decontamination techniques.

12.       Maintains current certifications in CPR and First Aid. 

13.       Maintains/follows policies on confidentiality.

14.       Acts in the best interest of the FCBDD.

15.       Complies with Individual Bill of Rights.

ADOPTED:  8/15/07

Posted: 29 September 2014

 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

POSITION DESCRIPTION

DIRECTOR OF SERVICES AND SUPPORTS

REGULAR HOURS OF WORK:  8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. M - F

(May be required to work a flexible schedule)

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:       Superintendent

DEPARTMENT:                              Services and Supports

SPECIFICATIONS:  This position is responsible for:  Individual budgets, Intake and Eligibility, Family Support Services and Individual Support Coordination.  Assists and advises the Superintendent on all Board practices and policies regarding the area of Supports and Services.  As an employee of the Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities, the job incumbent shall comply with all Board policies at all times, and shall demonstrate respect for, support dignity of, and observe the rights of all individuals served by the agency.

DUTIES:

45%           Directs, manages, and oversees development and approval of plans including plans for HCBS Waiver Services for the individual's utilizing processes wherein the individual, his/her family, and/or personal advocate are in charge.  Approves individual budgets for services and supports based on individual assessed needs and desires, and based upon a system developed in conjunction with the Fiscal Department that established the basis for individual budgets and the process of authorization.  Establishes and implements of a system of support for personal advocates of individuals receiving services and supports.  Assists individuals in selecting providers of their choosing for services and supports.  Ensures that services and supports are effectively coordinated and provided by applicable providers.  Works to improve and enhance the quality and appropriateness of services and supports rendered to individuals including but not limited to individuals receiving Medicaid waiver services.

25%           Directs and manages the functions of intake and establishment of eligibility for Board services and supports.  Develops and maintains a centralized database of individuals eligible and served, including maintenance and management of waiting lists, service substitution lists, and long-term service planning registries.

10%           Assesses needs for programs, services, and supports including Medicaid waivers.

 5%            Assures the provision of appropriate response mechanisms for individuals and families in the event of crisis or emergency.

 5%            Supports providers in the delivery of services and supports.

 5%            Communicates regularly with the Superintendent on issues related to the assigned areas and finances.

 3%            Participates in and attends in-service training sessions and other professional group activities.

 2%            Performs other related duties as assigned by the Superintendent.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Masters degree
  • Minimum of five years management experience.
  • Minimum of five years’ experience in the field of developmental disabilities.
  • Knowledge of state rules regarding county board operation.
  • Knowledge of Self-Determination.
  • Maintains a valid Ohio driver’s license and a driving record acceptable to agency’s insurance carrier.

 

DIRECTLY SUPERVISES:

  • Family Support Services Coordinator
  • Individual Support Coordination Supervisors
  • Manager of Discovery Services
  • Individual Budget and Medicaid Services Supervisor
  • Secretary, Administration

FLSA:            Exempt from overtime

STATUS:       Management Position/contract status

PROBATIONARY PERIOD:         Management Position, per contract

The FCBDD does not discriminate in provision of services or employment because of handicap, race, color, creed, national origin, sex, or age.

I have read the position description and understand the above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work required for this position.  It is not meant to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required.  I understand I will be expected to perform these duties and the number of days and hours that I am expected to work, with reasonable assurance of work after scheduled unpaid break days.  I further acknowledge that I have been instructed on how to access the Fairfield County Board of DD policies and procedures, including the Employee Ethics policy, and agree to abide by it’s contents.   I acknowledge that I have been informed that I must pass a post-offer drug test as a condition of continued employment and then am required to remain substance free and to submit to testing in accordance with FCBDD policy throughout the course of employment.  Finally, I understand that I am required to submit to background checks as a condition of initial and continued employment as specified by Board policy.

Signature indicates receipt of position description, employees understanding of duties described here-in and agreement to comply.

_________________________________                 

Staff Member Signature                                            

_________________________________                 

Date                                                                           

BOARD APPROVED:  June 17, 2014

 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

For Purposes 42 USC 12101 and OAC 4112-5-08:

DIRECTOR OF SERVICES AND SUPPORTS

  1. Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance.
  1. Complies with the Individual Bill of Rights.
  1. Maintains a valid, Ohio driver’s license and a driving record acceptable to the agency’s insurance carrier.

4.         Examines and complies with laws, rules, regulations, procedures, policies of the Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities, the Ohio Department of Administrative Services, the Ohio Department of Education regarding the human resource functions of the agency.

5.         Develops, implements and evaluates mandated services and department compliance.

6.         Instructs, demonstrates and participates in staff professional growth activities.

7.         Recommends hiring, discipline, promotion, and termination.

8.         Communicates effectively with staff, Board Members, applicants and members of the community.

9.         Complies with professional ethics standards.

10.       Maintains and follows policies on confidentiality.

11.       Prepares and maintains accurate records, evaluations, reports and other documents.

12.       Participates in conferences, meetings, workshops, seminars and on committees.

13.       As necessary, employee shall comply with safety rules established or the purpose of fulfilling compliance with Ohio Employment Risk Reduction Standards, Rules, or Orders through the utilization of protective equipment and decontamination techniques and all other applicable policies, procedures as required by Board policies.  Other related duties and responsibilities as requested by the Superintendent.

14.       Acts in the best interest of the Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities.

BOARD APPROVED:  June 17, 2014

Posted: 29 September 2014

Local law firm seeking a full time or part time legal assistant.

Computer knowledge and accurate typing are required. Applicant must have professional demeanor and be detail oriented. Salary Range is minimum wage to $12.00 per hour depending on experience.  If student is interested they can email their resume to supply@cornelllawfirm.com or mail their resume to Raina D. Cornell & Associates 329 E. Main Street, Lancaster, Ohio 43130 or fax 740.653.4118

Contact Leann Deeter: leann@cornelllawfirm.com for more information

Posted: 30 Sept 2014

The Professional & Diversity
Job Fair of Columbus Wednesday, November 19, 2014
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM Embassy Suites Columbus 2700 Corporate Exchange Drive Columbus, OH 43231
Pre-Register for this event at www.catalystcareergroup.com
(select the Professional & Diversity Job Fair of Columbus)
Plan to attend and meet face to face with several of the Columbus area’s top employers.
Some of the categories employers have recruited for in the past at our event include:
Sales, Management, Retail, Administration, Customer Service, IT, Accounting, Finance, Government, Insurance, Education, Law Enforcement, Military, Telemarketing, Healthcare and more…
Tips for Success:
1. Dress Professionally (suit and tie preferred)—First impressions go a long way.
2. Bring multiple copies of your Resume.
3. Plan to spend 45 minutes to 1 hour at the event.
4. Prepare a brief but effective “brag” to let the people you meet with get to know you and how employing you would benefit their company.
5. Keep an open mind—meet with as many of the companies as you can, you may be pleasantly surprised at what you find.
For more information visit Catalyst Career Group online at:

Posted: 28 October 2014

The Fairfield County Board of DD

is currently accepting applications for the following positions:

  • Substitutes: Life coach, one-on-one, instructor assistant
  • Life Coach Trainee (3 positions available), Full Time-Opportunity Center. Posting through 11/5/2014
  • One-on-One Aide (2 positions available), Full Time-Forest Rose School. Posting through 10/30/2014
  • Hygiene Aide, Part Time-Forest Rose School. Posting through 10/31/2014
  • ISC  Transition age youth/young adult, Full Time-Pickerington Office. Posting now through 11/11/2014

Apply at:

https://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us/AT/employmentopportunities/

Posted 29 October 2014

Social Media Internship Opportunity      10/30/14

I am Michele Ritchlin, Director of the afterschool programs in Lancaster, and I am interested in engaging a computer science technology student for an unpaid internship with our non-profit organization. We need someone to help with our social media- website, Facebook, twitter. It would only be 4-5 hours a week. The hours are flexible, we are open any day Mon-Fri 10am-6pm. Anyone with experience with blogs would be able to help us. Please contact me with any information.

Michele Ritchlin

Afterschool Programs of Lancaster

620 Garfield Ave.

Lancaster, Ohio 43130

740-653-5678

Posted 30 October 2014

JUVENILE PROBATION OFFICER

Fairfield County Juvenile & Probate Court is seeking a full time, (40 hour per week) Juvenile Probation Officer.  The person filling the position will be responsible for monitoring and mentoring delinquent and unruly youth under the jurisdiction of the court and will be responsible for enforcing court orders issued by the Judge and magistrate.  The Probation officer will also assess the youth and family members and make appropriate and necessary referrals to treatment programs to assist in the personal and competency development of the youth.    

The mission of Fairfield County is to ensure high quality services at an exceptional value to taxpayers. The successful candidate will further the mission of the court and provide exemplary service to internal and external customers.  The successful candidate must also follow county and court policies and exhibit a professional demeanor at all times.

Candidates for this position must possess an undergraduate degree (Bachelor’s Degree preferred) in Criminal Justice, Criminology, Sociology or Social work or related field.  The candidate must be able to read, analyze and interpret technical reports and governmental regulations; and process strong interpersonal skills.  Candidates must also possess a valid Ohio Operator’s License and be of the physical condition necessary to arrest and/or detain youth when necessary. Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience, within a range of $32,000 - $35,000.

Applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to Mr. Jeff Porter, Fairfield County Human Resources Director, 210 East Main Street, Room 106 Lancaster, Ohio, 43130 by Friday, November 21, 2014.  Applicants may also send information to jdporter@co.fairfield.oh.us

Posted 7 November 2014

ON-CALL JUVENILE PROBATION OFFICER

Fairfield County Juvenile & Probate Court is seeking a full time, (40 hour per week) On-Call Juvenile Probation Officer.  The person filling the position will provide monitoring, supervision, and emergency services after normal business hours, evenings, and weekends to Court involved youth who have come to the attention of local law enforcement and citizens due to criminal or status offending behavior.    

The mission of Fairfield County is to ensure high quality services at an exceptional value to taxpayers. The successful candidate will further the mission of the court and provide exemplary service to internal and external customers.  The successful candidate must also follow county and court policies and exhibit a professional demeanor at all times.

Candidates for this position must possess an undergraduate degree (Bachelor’s Degree preferred) in Criminal Justice, Criminology, Sociology or Social work or related field.  The candidate must be able to read, analyze and interpret technical reports and governmental regulations; and process strong interpersonal skills.  Candidates must also possess a valid Ohio Operator’s License and be of the physical condition necessary to arrest and/or detain youth when necessary. Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience, within a range of $32,000 - $35,000.

Typical work schedule for this position is 1:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and after work hours for emergency calls as needed.

Applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to Mr. Jeff Porter, Fairfield County Human Resources Director, 210 East Main Street, Room 106 Lancaster, Ohio, 43130 by Friday, November 21, 2014.  Applicants may also send information to jdporter@co.fairfield.oh.us

Posted 7 November 2014

Deputy Auditor-Financial Accountant

The Fairfield County Auditor is looking for a full-time (40-hours per week) Deputy Auditor-Financial Accountant for the Finance Department. The Deputy Auditor-Financial Accountant position is responsible for utilizing MUNIS local government financial software product for general ledger, accounts receivable and accounts payable functions. Collects information for and updates the Auditor's Office - Finance Internal Control Manual procedures and forms. Cross-trains with Assistant Finance Director and Budgetary staff to obtain working knowledge of respective duties and serve as back-up. Helps prepare regulatory and OCBOA financial statement for agencies and related notes. Helps prepare assigned sections of the county's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.

Preferred candidates for this position will possess a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting. Other related degrees such as Finance or Business Administration will also be considered. Hands-on financial audit experience, strong knowledge of governmental fund accounting, experience in preparing a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report and current computer skills, including MS Office products are all considered a strong plus. Target starting pay range is $19.00 - 20.00/hour ($39,520 - 41,600/year) depending upon qualifications; compensation package also includes medical, dental, vision, pharmacy and life insurance. Applicants should apply online at https://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us/MSS/employmentopportunties or send a resume and cover letter to Fairfield County Auditor, Attn: Finance Director, 210 East Main Street, Room 201, Lancaster, Ohio 43130 by 4:00 p.m. Friday, December 19, 2014. No phone calls please.

Posted 19 November 2014

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The successful candidate will be:

  • Responsible for professionally cleaning offices, financial institutions or light industrial facilities.
  • Trained in the latest techniques using Capture and Removal tools and processes.
  • Provided consistent coaching and support by a trained Supervisor
  • Joining a team of dedicated professionals whose goal is to meet or exceed the expectations of our customers.

The successful candidate must:

  • Pass a criminal background check
  • Have reliable transportation
  • No physical limitations
  • Able to lift at least 40 lbs.

Benefits of joining our team:

  • Very Competitive wages
  • Bonuses, commissions and rewards available
  • Flexible part-time working hours (start time varies)
  • Periodic merit increases based upon performance and attendance
  • $50 Referral Bonus for referring a new employee hire
  • Ideal for college students, seniors or anyone desiring a second income

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Summer Curnell (Recruiter)

416 N. Mt. Pleasant Ave

Lancaster, OH 41310

(740) 687-0577

EOE M/F/D/V

Posted: 11/21/14

Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities has openings for the following positions:

 

Instructor-School Age. Post will run 11/26/14-12/10/14

Job Developer-Job Fusion. Post will run 11/26/14-12/10/14

Career Navigator Job Fusion. Post will run 11/26/14-12-10/14

Admin Support Clerk OC. Post will run 11/26/14-12/10/14

Individual Budget Liaison. Post will expire 12/5/14

 

All applicants must apply on-line: www.fairfieldDD.com

Posted: 26 November 2014

U.S. Corrugated. Inc.,

a growing independent Corrugated Container manufacturer located in the Midwest and Southern regions of U.S. is currently seeking a Safety and Quality Assurance Tech for our Lancaster, OH facility.  The Safety and Quality Assurance Tech will report directly to the appropriate General Manager.  Responsibilities will include but are not limited to the following:

 

  • Inspect and test manufactured goods so that they are safe to use, and meet or exceed acceptable tolerances.
  • Read specifications sheets, print cards, orders, and technical documents to become familiar with how their products are manufactured.
  • Use tools such as calipers, rulers and lab equipment to make their examinations.
  • Discuss their efforts with other operators, supervisors, and managers, and may write reports explaining their findings.
  • Process and track credit memos, and handle all paper work revolving around safety and quality.
  • Assist in updating and maintaining quality and testing manuals.
  • Maintain all safety and quality supplies.
  • Assist in accident investigations.

 

Requirements:

  • A high school diploma is the minimum qualification, although a secondary education is preferred.
  • Good analytical and math skills.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Good verbal and written skills needed to communicate quality issue to operations employees and supervisors.
  • Excellent judgment and decisions making skills.
  • Computer skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, team player.
  • Ability to read blueprints and/or production drawings.
  • Good problem-solving skills.
  • Must be committed to safety, customer satisfaction, quality and efficiency.

 

We offer a competitive compensation package based on experience for the right candidate. Please forward a cover letter with salary requirements and resume.

Posted: 12/3/14

Programmer/.NET Web Developer

Mid-Ohio Psychological Services is a community mental health agency located in Lancaster, OH with sites located throughout Central Ohio.  The Mission of Mid-Ohio Psychological Services, Inc. is to provide a full continuum of quality, cost effective mental health and substance abuse services to the residents of Central and Southern Ohio in a client centered, hospitable fashion, meeting both the clients' and the community systems' needs.

We are currently looking for a .NET programmer with a working knowledge of Microsoft .NET; specifically ASP.NET MVC and C#; Knowledge of Web Standards, including HTML, Javascript, CSS; and experience with Microsoft SQL Server Stored Procedures

Responsible for designing, developing, implementing, and testing database development.  Recommend and implement ways to streamline and automate processes.  Will work independently and provide technical expertise to enable improvements in productivity and cost reduction.  Will meet weekly or as needed with management and other technical staff.

  • Knowledge of using Visual Studio/Foundation Server/GIT to manage projects and code.
  • Strong SQL Tuning Skills Desired.
  • Experience with Microsoft SQL Server is a plus.
  • Experience including project methodology and life cycles.
  • Proven systems analysis, programming, and problem solving capabilities. 
  • Strong diagnostic capabilities required.
  • Ability to complete medium to complex projects and participate as a team member on projects of moderate to complex scope. 
  • Ability to understand technical direction, assess business requirements, and develop applications according to specifications.
  • Strong written/verbal communication skills, solid analytic skills, and ability to define business process change.  
  • Candidate must be self-reliant and willing to take on challenging projects with little supervision.  

Posted: 12/9/14