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.
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"EARN EXTRA MONEY IN YOUR SPARE TIME! A local mystery shopping and auditing company (MSPA and central Ohio BBB members) has an immediate need for secret shoppers on an ongoing basis in and around the Chillicothe and greater central Ohio area. If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or check out the website to register immediately at www.insularesearch.com (click 'Shop For Us' to apply online)."
Posted 30 September 2013
Full Time Permanent
Work Schedule: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Job Description Position Summary: This position supervises less than 2 staff or is the sole Social Services employee. The Director of Social Services I plans, develops, organizes, evaluates and directs the overall operation of the Social Services department in accordance with the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) Code of Ethics and maintaining compliance with federal, state, and local guidelines and regulations, Genesis policies and procedures, and standards of care for specialty practice (Reference: Social Services Job Description Addendum Specialty Practice). The Director of Social Services I is a member of the interdisciplinary and management team of the nursing center and may directly supervise one member of the Social Services staff in the facility. The Director of Social Services I is responsible for fostering a climate, policies, and routines that enable residents to maximize their individuality, independence, and dignity. This climate shall provide parents/residents with the highest practical level of physical, mental, and psychosocial well being and quality of life DSS5
Qualifications Specific Educational Requirement
1. Bachelor's degree from an accredited school of Social Work or related Human Services degree required.
2. Must possess any certifications/licensures as required by State of employment to practice in long-term care.
3. 1-3 years of supervised Social Services experience in health care setting working directly with individuals preferred.
Wage is negotiable based on experience, etc.
Interested candidates to apply online: www.genesishcc.com
Posted 3 January 2014
A Hands-on Adventure
A Children's Museum
Job Description: Assistant Manager
This is a part-time position (15-25 hours per week_ with varied hours depending on the needs of the museum. Applicant must be available to work between the hours of 9:30 AM and 4:30 PM on any of the seven days of the week and between 8:30 AM and 6:30 PM on Wednesdays and Fridays.
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 comfortable working 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 education helpful and desired.
Pay: $9.25-$9.50 per hour depending on experience - no benefits.
Candidates must be willing to submit to a state background check as part of the employment process.
If interested, submit a resume via fax (740-653-2915), email (email@example.com) or in person at 315 S. Broad Street, Lancaster. Address all inquiries and applications to Phelicia Auffart.
Posted: 10 January 2014
Job Opening – Teller
Teller’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Customer Service
- Accepting and posting deposits to Deposit Accounts
- Accepting and posting withdrawals from Deposit Accounts
- Opening and Closing Deposit Accounts
- Accepting and posting payments to Mortgage Loan, Line of Credit and Credit Card Accounts
- Mortgage Payoffs
- Consulting with customers regarding their accounts, in person and by phone
- Sign Cashier’s Checks
- Handle a teller cash drawer and balance the funds each day
- Knowledge of Microsoft Excel and Word preferable but not required.
How to Apply
Please stop in at any of our offices and pick up an application (you may also provide a resume with application).
If you have any questions, please contact our Personnel Director at 740-653-3863.
111 E Main St
Lancaster, OH 43130
1100 W Fair Ave
Lancaster, OH 43130
1515 CrossCreeks Blvd
Pickerington, OH 43147
Posted 10 January 2014
Advanced Job Training Coordinator
at Southeastern Correctional Complex in Lancaster, Ohio needs help running distance learning courses as well as facilitating computer lab. This program aims to provide collegiate certifications in house to any applicable inmate so that upon release, he or she can be employed and aide in a lower recidivism rate statewide. The program is grant funded and the certificates are awarded through Sinclair Community College out of Dayton, Ohio.
The ideal candidate would be a student seeking a part-time job who would like to be a part of the prison environment. The job pays $11.75 per hour for up to 28 hours per week. The job would start ASAP and would continue until successful candidate wishes to move on. The program runs year round. Those interested should apply here: https://jobs.sinclair.edu/postings/7610and then should follow-up with me via email immediately after so that I can push his or her paperwork through.
Questions should be directed to Lori Moser firstname.lastname@example.org 740-653-4324 ext. 2186
Posted 17 January 2014
Internship(s) Available-Fairfield County Dog Shelter
Position: Dog Tag Checks/Public Relations Intern Positions available: 6-8 internships
Project Description: These interns will assist our Senior Deputy and Deputy Dog Wardens in checking neighborhoods door to door for dog tags. This is a revenue-gaining project for the shelter as well as an opportunity to increase and improve public relations.
- Door to door canvassing of assigned neighborhoods to ensure that all dogs in the area are licensed for 2014 and we have all the current information.
- Being friendly and courteous to the dog owners about checking their tags or giving them notice that they need to get tags within a certain date in order to ensure that their dog(s) will be returned to them in the event that they run off.
- Leaving yellow dog tag check cards at homes where there is no answer.
- Report back to shelter regarding which owners have tags and which were missing them.
- Other duties/responsibilities as assigned.
Time Requirements: This internship will require an estimated 16 to 20 hours per week and will be primarily out of the office work.
The Successful Candidate: The right candidate(s) for this position are those who have a desire to pursue a career in law enforcement and communications/public relations, and are responsible enough to work independently. This position should be viewed as an opportunity to improve upon the student’s communication and public relations skills. It is also an opportunity to gain experience in these areas.
Please submit cover letter and resume to :
Todd McCullough, Fairfield County Dog Warden
Subject: Dog Tag Check Intern
Posted: 22 January 2014
Assistant Prison Program Coordinator (P/T)- Southeastern Correctional Institution (SCI)
Job Title Assistant Prison Program Coordinator (P/T)- Southeastern Correctional Institution (SCI)
Job Number 02652
Department Criminal Justice
Job Category Support
Job Type Part-Time
Job Open Date 01/27/2014
Resume Review Date 02/11/2014
Closing Date 02/10/2014
Open Until Filled No
Position Summary The paramount purpose of the person in this position is to assist the “Prison Program Coordinator” of “Advanced Job Programs” for the correctional facilities at the Southeastern Correctional Institution (SCI) by maintaining a smooth and efficient operation of the off-site programs, including: (1) working closely with on site correctional educational coordinators to ensure student availability to attend classes; (2) counseling and registering students; (3) providing placement testing and advising; (4) supervising computer labs and providing technical assistance to students; (5) tutoring students as needed, and (6) continually working with the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction (DRC) staff to educate them about the mission of the certificate programs offered by Sinclair Community College (SCC) at their respective facilities.
This position is also responsible for overseeing all facilities and equipment related to the delivery of SCC programs, to insure that applicable policies of SCC and DRC are followed, most particularly security. This position is in continual contact with the Coordinator of the Prison Educational Programs for the “Advanced Job Learning” in the correctional facilities and the Chair of the Criminal Justice Department and other Criminal Justice staff and faculty.
Principal Accountabilities *Represents Sinclair Community College and serves as a liaison between the office of the Coordinator and the off-campus prison sites
*Provides supervision and coordination of on-site activities involved with the operation of the certificate programs and ensure that all regulations and policies of the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction and Sinclair Community College are followed
*Provides support services for students’ success, including counseling, orientation, placement testing, registration, tutoring, textbooks, and library resources
*Works with the Coordinator to identify certificate programs to offer at SCI, schedule appropriate courses and identify and secure adequate instructional space
*Assists in the orientation of full-time and part-time faculty; facilitate and assist staff with obtaining security clearances, and secure and assign instructional space
*Supervises the operation and use of the on-site computer lab and other facilities/equipment, and provides technical assistance to students
*Ensures attendance rosters are completed accurately by SCC adjunct faculty and submitted to the appropriate DRC school administrator as defined by DRC policy,
*Assists in data collection and reporting for the development of an annual report to the Ohio Penal Education Consortium (OPEC) annually reflecting enrollment, completers, academic honors, attrition, releases, transfers, student choices, academic, disciplinary, etc., and
*May attend the meeting of OPEC in the absence of the Coordinator or Department Chairperson
Requirements *Associate Degree in Law Enforcement, Correctional Counseling, Correctional Education, or related field required; Bachelor’s Degree preferred
*Minimum of 6 months professional working experience in a correctional or law enforcement setting required
*Ability to exercise leadership for education program development in the unique and complex environment of a correctional facility required
*Knowledge of and successful professional experience working within the criminal justice system preferred
*Excellent communication and interpersonal skills required
*Ability to work well with diverse constituents, including college faculty and administrators as well as inmates and staff in correctional facilities required
*Ability to supervise staff and manage resource and operations effectively and efficiently required
*Professionalism, good judgment, and high ethical standards required
*Ability to assist at other correctional facility sites as needed required
*Ability to pass a DRC background check required
Posted 4 February 2014
Full-time HR Assistant Position
Interim Healthcare, Columbus location
Ideal candidate should have:
Be a quick learner,
Possess great customer service skills,
Administrative background is preferable
Human Resources Consultant
784 Morrison Road
Gahanna, OH 43230
Main Phone: 614-888-3130 * Fax: 614-888-3686
“We are committed to providing the most highly valued healthcare services to our clients – period!”
Posted: 4 February 2014
Preschool teacher needed: St. Mary Preschool-Lancaster
We are looking for an energetic preschool teacher to teach a group of 9 children ages 3-4. Class meets tues-thurs. Hours would be 7:30-12:30 those 3 days a week. Obviously we would like someone with an early childhood degree but it is not a requirement. However, experience in this field is a must.
Please send resumes to my attention:
Director, St. Mary Preschool-Lancaster
Posted: 6 February 2014
Franklin Job Posting
Franklin International is among the largest privately held manufacturers of adhesives and sealants in the United States. We opened in 1935 as the Franklin Glue Company with the first of what would be a long line of adhesive solutions. Today, Franklin Glue Company is known as Franklin International to reflect our global distribution across 60 countries on six continents around the globe. At Franklin International, we do more than sell adhesives. We solve technical problems, and our solutions improve quality, enhance safety, accelerate manufacturing cycles, cut delivery times and, on occasion, provide the basis for strategic marketing advantages and new-product categories. We are currently seeking a Process Control Technician on 3rd shift.
Primary Job Objective
This position is responsible for monitoring, interpreting and reacting to information provided by field instrumentation and process controls in the manufacture of adhesives. The process control technician will continuously monitor separate processes occurring simultaneously via one or more computer screens and make decisions based on information provided to him/her via computer and/or alarm panels. This person will direct manufacturing personnel in support of these processes and work closely with Process Engineers.
Fundamental Job Tasks
-Manipulate computer data/screens to facilitate monitoring continuous processing feedback from multiple computer screens and/or panels regarding progress of computer controlled manufacturing on multiple production vessels/lines.
-Interpret and make control decisions based on above feedback.
-Enter commands, using the computer terminal, and activate controls on computer and peripheral equipment to integrate and operate manufacturing equipment.
-Provide directions to plant operators to perform manual operations.
-Provide feedback and process improvement suggestions to process engineers and/or chemists regarding processes and standardization of like products.
-Provide feedback and process improvement suggestions to controls technician and/or process engineers regarding potential changes/upgrades to programming parameters.
-Provide regular feedback to production management regarding such items as plant operator performance, schedule compliance, yield, first pass rates, etc.
-Using SPC techniques review, analyze and report on such conditions as production versus production standards, up-time, mean time between failure and overall operating effectiveness. Measure real-time/run-time data analysis of batches using JMP.
-Verify process improvements and help to optimize existing processes – time temperature, speeds, etc.
Minimum requirements include an Associate’s degree in a technical field with courses that include studies in chemistry and computer science.
Familiarity with statistical process controls and computer programming would be beneficial.
Contact: Send your resume to email@example.com
Posted 7 February 2014
2020 Bruck Street, Columbus, Ohio 43207
Franklin International is among the largest privately held manufacturers of adhesives and sealants in the United States. We opened in 1935 as the Franklin Glue Company with the first of what would be a long line of adhesive solutions. Today, Franklin Glue Company is known as Franklin International to reflect our global distribution across 60 countries on six continents around the globe. At Franklin International, we do more than sell adhesives. We solve technical problems, and our solutions improve quality, enhance safety, accelerate manufacturing cycles, cut delivrery times and, on occasion, provide the basis for strategic marketing advantages and new-product categories.
We are currently accepting applications of the following positions:
3rd Shift Process Control Technician: This position is responsible for monitoring, interpreting and reacting to information provided by field instrumentation and process controls in the manufacturing of adhesives. The process control technician will continuously monitor separate processes occurring simultaneously via one or more computer screens and make decisions based on information provided to him/her via computer and/or alarm panels. This person will direct manufacturing personnel in support of these processes and work closely with Process Engineers. Requirements: Minimum requirements include an Associate's degree in a technical field with courses that include studies in chemistry and computer science. Familiarity with statistical process controls and computer programming would be beneficial.
Business-to-Business Credit Representative: This position is responsible for maintaining assigned Business Unit accounts receivable investment within acceptable range through proper credit granting procedures and active collection practices. Requirements: This position requires a high school diploma or GED. An Associate's degree in business or equivalent is preferred. Minimum of two years in accounts receivable/credit area and computer experience required. Excellent telephone manner with good oral communication and organization skills required.
Technical Service Representative: This position is responsible for serving a a technical expert for Franklin's customers regarding the use and application of Franklin's products and associated materials. Involves significant customer interaction via telephone and e-mail. Requirements: HS/GED with three (3) years industry/technical experience, or AS with one (1) year technical experience, or BS with no experience. Thorough knowledge of the use and application of adhesives or demonstrated understanding is required. Familiarity with applicable computer software (MS Excel, MS Word, ERP systems, MS Outlook) is required.
Qualified candidates should send a resume and salary history to HR@franklininternational.com.
Posted: 10 February 2014
Apply online @ http://jobs.rrdonnelley.com/Hebron-OH/jobs.aspx
Responsible for maintaining the day-to-day operations and physical assets of the property. Maintains, inspects, and repairs all machinery and equipment utilizing knowledge of mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic, print/bind/preliminary equipment, and machine shop tools. Maintains and repairs physical structures of buildings and grounds. Installs, maintains, and repairs electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures. Ensures that work is in accordance with relevant codes and guidelines.
- Maintains and repairs organization's production equipment including, but not limited to, web and sheet-fed print presses, inserting machines, conveyor systems, bindery equipment, finishing lines, OCE lasers, and digital imaging equipment. Performs electrical and/or mechanical troubleshooting and repairs in response to equipment errors or failures.
- Completes repairs and maintenance of equipment in accordance with diagrams, sketches, operation manuals, and manufacturers’ specifications. Utilizes electrical and mechanical schematics and drawings. Repairs or reproduces parts using welders or machine tools such as lathes, milling machines, drill presses, surface grinders or other machine shop equipment.
- Installs complex equipment and machinery including the lubricating and control systems and power drives.
- Examines and troubleshoots extent of repairs to determined required material/parts/resources and the amount of time required to complete the repair.
- Interprets and applies the requirements contained in technical manuals, shop directives, multi-view blueprints, and schematics in determining critical dimensions and key reference points.
- Uses standard formulas, shop mathematics, trade theories, and industry measuring devices such as alignment scopes, vemiers, micrometers, precision levels, transits, strobe tachometers, bearing bridge gauges, flow meters, hydrostatic testers, and vibration analyzers.
- Performs pipe and conduit runs, wire pulling and connections to equipment.
- Maintains and repairs physical structure of the buildings including the maintenance and repair of plumbing, HVAC, air compressors, boilers, chillers and electrical systems, including replacing worn or defective parts such as switches and fuses.
- Adheres to and promotes all safety policies and procedures including, but not limited to the proper handling of hazardous waste, lock out - tag out rules and hearing and eye protection policies.
- Performs other related duties and participates in special projects as assigned.
- Knowledge of installation and repair of more complex equipment and machinery (including their lubricating and control systems, and power drives
- Experience with machine shop tools, eg. Mills, lathes, bandsaws, surface grinder etc.
- Installation – Installing equipment, machines, wiring, or programs to meet specification
- Troubleshooting – determining causes of down equipment and deciding steps to resolve issues
- Mathematics – Standard formulas,
- Ability to work in a team environment with a positive attitude
- Allen Bradley, RSLogics, Automation Direct PLC experience a plus.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office products and basic computer skills required.
- Experience with a CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System)
- Associates degree or trade school certificate in a related discipline
- Experience in industrial manufacturing setting
Posted: 19 February 2014
Title: Maintenance Mechanic II
Reports To: Sr Supervisor, Maintenance
This position performs equipment and facility set up and repairs to ensure all facility items are maintained and running in a good condition while using safe work and food safety practices. Must be able to work with little supervision, as well as give direction and assistance to other seasonal department associates on projects and repairs. Performs complex maintenance repair to buildings, grounds, machinery, and designed projects as requested.
- Troubleshooting and repairs production equipment by using analytical techniques for finding the root problem and making the proper corrections. Requires an in-depth understanding of the equipment and how it operates, along with the following of the equipment manuals.
- Know and follow equipment specifications including inspecting drives, motors, belts, checking fluid levels, and performing other preventive maintenance actions.
- Properly identify and repair all electrical issues on both equipment and facility while creating a safe working environment for both you and the surrounding associates by following NFPA standards along with the correct usage of supplied PPE.
- Utilize mechanic and electrical tools and meters for performing above average work standards within role.
- Utilize the forklift equipment and assist others in order to perform duties at the ceiling of the Distribution Center environment.
- Direct seasonal maintenance helpers on different facility and equipment repairs and projects along with being able to relay detailed feedback of those tasks to the supervisor.
- Able to manage multiple tasks while making professional decisions to reduce downtime while keeping safety as the highest priority.
- Maintain daily inspection logs and reports of all daily work including project and assigned work order status, and material and equipment parts usage.
- Help insure proper sanitation and reducing possible problems involved with disassembling and assembling of production equipment.
- Attend daily start up meetings with the department group and supervisor to discuss the daily tasks and voice any issues or concerns.
Education – High School diploma or equivalent along with some technical maintenance skill training.
Experience – The candidate for this position will have three years or more of multi-craft maintenance experience within an industrial environment. It is mandatory for this position to have previous electrical experience in 480/3 wiring specification along with equipment control devises including frequency drives and PLC operations.
Special Requirements –
- Able to use all hand tools, all standard power tools for metal and wood working, machining tools including mills, taps, and dies, measuring devices including calipers and micrometers, welding equipment, and electrical measuring tools including multi-meters and megohmmeter voltage meters.
- Must be able to read and understand building blue prints, ladder logic, electrical schematics, and working drawings.
- Must have the ability to operate welding equipment including acetylene torches, plasma cutters, mig, tig, and arc welders to an above average standard.
- Previous forklift and boom lift operations is required.
- Must have the knowledge of mathematics including mechanical reasoning specific to the electrical trade.
- Will be required to complete company training of forklift operations, Lock Out/Tag Out, Arc Flash boundaries, hot work permits, and food safety practices.
- Able to lift up to 30lbs consistently and 50lbs on occasion.
- Able to stand and walk for extended periods (8 hours +), stoop, kneel, crawl and climb.
- Associates are required to be willing to work in heights of 30+ feet and in cold storage (0 to 40 degrees) for extended periods of time (up to 8 hours) in order to complete project assignments and work repair.
- Maintenance personnel are required to provide their own basic hand tools (standard size wrenches and sockets, screw drivers, pliers, tape measure, etc.)
- All power, specialty, and large tools will be provided by the company for the department use.
LICENSES & CERTIFICATES
- Previous Lock out Tag out, Arc Flash boundaries, and Hot Work permit training is manditory.
- Training in Chemical Hazard Communication, Confined Space Awareness, and Food Safety Pratices are a plus.
- Ability to pursue continuing education in the electrical and mechanic industries on own and with company-provided opportunities.
Posted: 19 February 2014
Substitute Teachers needed!!
Haugland Learning Center
is seeking substitute teachers for our Lancaster, Ohio branch
(1522 Sheridan Drive, Lancaster, OH 43130)
to work with children/young adults with Autism
- Monday – Friday 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
- Initial assignment 6-8 weeks with long-term potential
- 2 years college required in related field (education, psychology, social work)
- Applicants must be able to pass a drug test and background check
- Experience with special needs preferred
Please submit your resume in MS Word format ONLY to:
(Reference “Lancaster sub” in subject line)
Posted 20 February 2014
Now Hiring Summer Seasonal Positions
- Seasonal Lifeguard, 8.10/hr. Pickerington Community Pool. Flexible hours, Noon – 8PM, up to 7 days per week plus some swim lessons and special events. Must be age 16 with Red Cross training certifications. 9 available openings!
- Seasonal Recreation Aide I, 8.00/hr. Supervises recreation activities including outdoor games, crafts and field trip activities for elementary aged children. Work schedule is M-F 8:30AM to 12:30PM from June 9 – July 18. Must be at least 18 yrs. Childcare experience preferred. 6 available openings!
- Seasonal Laborer, 8.00/hr. Duties may include: mowing, trimming, mulching, weeding, cleaning, painting, trash pick-up and other maintenance tasks relative to daily municipal operations. Work is usually performed 4 days per week – up to 35 hours per week and may involve some holidays or weekends. Must have valid Ohio Driver’s license, ability to operate light machinery. Must be at least 16 years old. 5 available openings!
- Seasonal Recreation Assistant, $8.10-10.00/hr. DOQ. Assists in the coordination and scheduling of parks and recreation programs, activities, facility use, and special events. Aids in the efficient office operation of the Parks and Recreation Department. Flexible hours, may include nights, weekends, and holidays. Must be at least 16 years old.
Go to www.pickerington.net then click “Job Opportunities” or visit City Hall at 100 Lockville Road, Pickerington, Ohio 43147 weekdays from 8AM to 5PM for applications and additional information. Complete the applications and required forms. You may then mail, fax, or email back to the attention of: The Human Resources Department at the above address. Fax: 614-833-2210. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline to apply: Friday April 4th, 2014 by 5:00pm. ADA/EOE
Posted: 4 March 2014