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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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www.ohiomeansjobs.com

 

AlternaCare Home Health Services, Inc.

 

We are looking for an OU-L student who would be interested in an office position for approximately 15-20 hours per week completing tasks such as filing, collating packets, typing, etc.

The pay rate would be $9.50 per hour. 

Shawna Martens

Office Manager & Network Administrator

AlternaCare Home Health Services, Inc.

Main Office Phone: (740) 653-2224

Direct Phone Line: (740) 653-2030

Fax: (740) 653-1333

www.AlternaCareHomeHealth.com

Posted 7 January 2015

JOB DEVELOPER

Goodwill Industries, Inc. is seeking an individual to fill the positions of Job Developer in its Workforce Development and Human Services Division.

Minimum qualifications include:

Bachelors Degree and/or previous effective experience in the Workforce Development and Training Area.  Must maintain a valid Drivers License and be insurable through the employer’s general insurance carrier.

Basic Functions:

Develop and implement training programs and projects. Provide coaching services and job development programs that increase and enhance work opportunities, skills development and provide employment services in order to build employment-related knowledge, skills and attitudes so that people with barriers to employment can obtain, maintain and advance in gainful employment. Responsible for placement of all trainees into employment in the community. Traveling is required on a regular basis.

Please submit resumes and cover letter to:

Goodwill Industries, Inc. d/b/a

3610 West Pike

Zanesville, Ohio 43701

Phone: 740-450-6060

Fax:    740-450-6066

Email: daj_hr@ohwvagoodwill.org

Attention: Associate Resources

We are an Equal Opportunity and Accommodating employer.

Posted 7 January 2015

 

JOB COACH

Goodwill Industries, Inc. is seeking an individual to fill the position of Job Coach in its Workforce Development and Human Services Division in the Fairfield and/or Perry County Ohio areas.

Minimum qualifications include:

High School Diploma or equivalent training.  Knowledge of behavior modification and techniques and ability to conduct a task analysis.  Ability to develop appropriate teaching aids and suggest accommodations or assisting devices. Must maintain a valid Drivers License and be insurable through the employer’s general insurance carrier.

Basic Functions:

Provides coaching and training services to trainees. Based on the ISP or IEP plan, the job coach will develop a plan of action that utilizes appropriate learning with a variety of strategies. The job coach will conduct services in the following areas: work assessment performance, work adjustment, coach to job performance, and skills training required to perform the tasks/jobs. Traveling is required on a regular basis.

Please submit resumes and cover letter to:

Goodwill Industries, Inc. d/b/a

3610 West Pike

Zanesville, Ohio 43701

Phone: 740-450-6060

Fax: 740-450-6066

Email: daj_hr@ohwvagoodwill.org

Attention: Associate Resources

We are an Equal Opportunity and Accommodating employer.

Posted: 7 January 2015

 

Riverside Radiology and Interventional Associates at Riverside
(RRIA) (www.riversiderad.com),


Columbus’ premier radiology group, currently has an opportunity for an experienced
Medical Records Clerk (Contingent)
interested in joining a great team, and working alongside leaders in the field of interventional radiology.
Duties include:
 Chart preparation including EMR pre-loading
 Scanning and linking of chart documents in the EMR system
 Downloading Radiological studies to film database
 Other general office tasks as assigned
Requirements:
 Computer literate in Microsoft Word and MS Excel
 Ability to thrive in a fast-paced / multi-tasking environment
 Ability to change gears quickly
 Good communication skills
 Ability to maintain confidentiality with patient information
RRIA promotes a team-oriented working environment and offers growth opportunities.
Please submit a resume electronically to humanresources@riversiderad.com,
or via fax (614) 364-7340

Post4ed 14 January 15

Riverside Radiology and Interventional Associates at Riverside
(RRIA) (www.riversiderad.com),

Columbus’ premier radiology group, currently has an opportunity for an experienced
Medical Receptionist/Scheduler
interested in joining a great team, and working alongside leaders in the field of interventional radiology.
Duties include:
 General reception work including greeting office patients & visitors
 Answering multi-line phone with a high volume of calls
 Scheduling appointments and verifying medical insurance information
 General office support, i.e., data entry, filing, medical chart preparation
 Other general office tasks as assigned
Requirements:
 2+ years experience in a medical office or similar environment
 Computer literate in Microsoft Word and MS Excel
 Experience on a multi-line phone
 Ability to thrive in a fast-paced / multi-tasking environment
 Ability to change gears quickly
 Customer focused, team-oriented and a positive attitude
 Good communication skills and ability to maintain confidentiality with patient information
RRIA promotes a team-oriented working environment, offering growth opportunities and an
outstanding benefits package including
Medical, dental, vision coverage;
Life insurance and Voluntary life insurance;
Long Term Disability;
Self-Directed 401k;
Health Savings Account.
Please submit a resume electronically to humanresources@riversiderad.com
or via fax (614) 364-7340

Posted 14 January 5

Ohio University Career and Leadership Center

Learn about networking, job
searching, interviewing, and working
in a civilian workplace.
VETERANS & STUDENT SERVICE MEMBERS
CAREER WORKSHOP
Thursday, February 5th | 4-5 PM

Available across multiple campuses via Ohio University
Learning Network (OULN). Campus locations:
Athens - Grover E222
Eastern - Shannon 217
Zanesville - Elson 173A
Chillicothe - Bennett 112
Lancaster - Herrold 212
Southern - Dingus 200

Posted 14 January 2015

 

Fabrication Technician

 

Experienced Fabrication Technician for assembly of parts and components for engines and power generation systems.  Must be able to read and understand technical design drawings, procedure systems and quality control requirements. Interprets blueprints, specifications, diagrams or schematics to determine appropriate fabrication process. Inspects completed fabrication to determine mechanical soundness.  Responsible for total system assembly, including but not limited to: engines, complex support systems, integration modifications and prototype applications as required. Must be able to work effectively with or without partner.

Qualifications: Associate degree (AA) or equivalent from two-year accredited college or technical school and 5 years' experience or 8 years' related experience and/or training. Must be able to read and understand technical procedure systems and quality control requirements.  Experience preferred or E2 and SolidWorks.  SAE certification preferred. Military & ISO 9000 systems experience preferred.

Compensation: Pay range from $15.00 to $22.50 hour, level based upon qualifications. 90-Day review period with pay level evaluation. Benefit package with stock options and performance incentives. Submit resume and salary history. Open until filled.  Contact: WHE Generation, Inc., Douglas Hutchinson, 561-358-6170 - dhutch@whegeneration.com

Posted: 20 January 2015

 

SOCIAL SERVICE WORKER

 

Fairfield County Job and Family Services has an exciting opportunity for a full-time Social Service Worker for the Child Protective Services Department. Ideal candidates for this position will have a bachelor's degree in social work or a related field.  Starting salary is $32,052 with a competitive benefits package.  Applicants should go to http://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us/ and complete an online application and attach a resume and cover letter by February 6, 2015. All applications must be submitted online.  No phone calls please.

Posted: 21 January 2015

Fairfield County

Family, Adult and Children First Council

Multi-System Youth Committee

Hi-Fidelity Wraparound Service Coordinator

The Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council is seeking a full time, (40 hours per week) Hi-Fidelity Wraparound Service Coordinator,.  The purpose of the Fairfield County High Fidelity Wraparound project is to provide a more intense and comprehensive level of service coordination for youth (post-adjudication, pre-disposition) who have scored as moderate/high risk on the Ohio Youth Assessment System.  The Hi Fidelity Wraparound Service Coordinator position will be a part of the Multi-System Youth Committee team and will be solely dedicated to the Fairfield County Juvenile Court with a recommended caseload of 10-12 families.  During the wraparound process, a team of people who are relevant to the life of the child or youth (e.g., family members, members of the family's social support network, service providers, and agency representatives) collaboratively develop an individualized plan of care, implement this plan, monitor the efficacy of the plan, and work towards success over time.  This team will always include the youth and family.  The wraparound plan typically includes formal services and interventions, together with community services and interpersonal support and assistance provided by friends, family, and other people drawn from the family's social networks.  After the initial plan is developed, the team continues to meet often enough to monitor progress, which it does by measuring the plan's components against the indicators of success selected by the team.  The MSY Hi-Fidelity Wraparound Service Coordinator will be responsible for implementing this strategy.

Candidates for this position must exhibit the following:

  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree with major coursework in social work, the social sciences , or counseling.
  • LSW required.
  • At lease three (3) years of demonstrated direct service with children, youth, and families.
  • Experience working with families in crisis, prior experience working with teens a plus.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Fairfield County human service community and resources.
  • Group facilitation skills
  • Understanding of evidence based practice
  • Ability to travel in-state for required trainings. This may include minimal overnight stays.

Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience within a range of $38,000-$42,000.

Applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to Becky Edwards, Executive Director, Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council, 831 College Avenue, Suite C, Lancaster, Ohio 43130 by Friday, January 30, 2015.  Applicants may also send information to bedwards@fairfield,oh.us.

Posted 23 January 2015

Fairfield County

Family, Adult and Children First Council

Multi-System Youth Committee Program Assistant

The Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council is seeking a part-time, (28 hours per week) MSY Committee Program Assistant.  The purpose of the Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council Multi-System Youth (MSY) Committee Program Assistant position is to provide assistance to both the MSY Lead Service C Coordinator and MSY Hi-Fidelity Wraparound Service Coordinator. Duties will include both clerical data entry, evaluation assistance and computer work, in addition to direct interaction with families in regard to respite and Tier I follow up.  Essential functions include but are not limited to:

  • Conduct intakes (completing paperwork) for all non-Juvenile Court children/youth referred to the MSY Committee.
  • Attend interdisciplinary Team (I-Team) and Early Childhood Cluster (ECC) meetings, take minutes and prepare minutes for distribution.
  • Follow-up of Tier I activities for children and families Tier I families are lower level risk with mnimal intervention, often one-time activities. Coordinator of class/enrichment activities registration and purchase of safety items are common to this duty.
  • Coordinate purchasing for MSY Committee in cooperation with fiscal clerk.
  • Respite coordinator (identify placement options, schedule individual stays in respite, supervise exchanges, in addition to other duties as assigned.)
  • Conduct evaluation activities, date collection and reporting as required.  This will include but is not limited to:
    • Hi-Fi Wrap Evaluation ( as dictated by National Wraparound Initiative)
    • Parent Project Senior Evaluation, Satisfaction Surveys, Protective Factor Surveys and othrs.)
    • All RECLAIM reporting
    • MSY general reporting and data collection, including FCSS
  • Attend trainings as required.

Candidates for this position must exhibit the following:

  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a minimal of a two-year certificate or degree with major coursework in social work (SWA) or Human Services Technology. Related degree will also be considered.
  • At least one (1) year of demonstrated direct service with children, youth and families.
  • Experience working with diverse families in crisis, prior experience working with teens a plus.
  • Computer skills in standard software packages, evaluation platform  and/or the ability to learn required web-based and evaluation reporting tools.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Fairfield County human service community and resources.
  • Detail oriented, organized with the ability to meet deadlines.

This is an hourly position with a range of $12.50-1$14.50 per hour.

Applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to : Becky Edwards, Executive Director, Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council, 831 College Avenue, Suite C, Lancaster, Ohio 43130 by Friday, January 30, 2015. Applicants may also send information to bedwards@co.fairfield.oh.us.

Posted: 26 January 2015

 

CITY OF LANCASTER

NOTICE OF JOB VACANCY FOR BID

JOB TITLE:                               Communication Technician

DEPARTMENT:                       City of Lancaster, Police Department

PAY RANGE:                           Starting $14.16 –after 5 years $21.33

SHIFT:  Employee may be required to work the following shifts as needed: 7:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. -11:00 p m.

11:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m., or other hours as required.

JOB SUMMARY       The City of Lancaster Police Department has an opening for a full-time Dispatcher.  This individual will be responsible for taking incoming telephone calls from persons requesting information or wanting Police and/or Fire assistance and determining appropriate action required. Dispatchers must speak English in a clear, effective and authoritative manner. They must be able to speak with, and understand people of varying social, cultural and educational backgrounds. This is a fast paced environment that requires the ability to multi-task.

QUALIFICATIONS:     Requires high school or equivalent.

Previous dispatching experience is preferred. 

                                   Requires ability to demonstrate customer service skills in a  courteous and professional manner.

Must pass physical examination, drug testing, driving record check and criminal background investigation.

UNION REPRESENTATION:    FOP Union Position

POSTING DATES:                    Monday, January 26, 2015 – Tuesday, February 3, 2015

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Gretchen Nihiser

City of Lancaster Human Resources

Phone: 740-687-6676

Posted: 26 January 2015

The Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities is currently looking for qualified candidates for the following positions:

1. Individual Support Coordinator to support adults/children in the admin office. This posting will run until 2-9-15.

2.  Life Coach Trainee (2 positions). This posting will run until 2-9-15.

We are also always looking for substitutes.

Candidates can apply on-line at www.fairfielddd.com

Posted 27 January 2015

Seeking Childcare

Description of Position:

We are a Lancaster family seeking care for our infant in our home starting in mid-June 2015 during the daytime hours while we are at work.  We are looking for either one individual who can watch him full-time, or several individuals who could split the time into part-time shifts.  We would be happy to work shifts around class schedules.  You will be responsible for preparing bottles, feeding, changing diapers, playing, placing for naps, and maintaining a daily journal.  Other responsibilities may include occasional light housekeeping and letting the dogs out.  Fair compensation will be provided.

Requirements:

  • Organized, reliable, responsible adult
  • High school graduate
  • English proficiency
  • Able to make at least a one-year commitment to the position
  • Previous childcare experience with references
  • Nonsmoker
  • Physical ability to care for a young child
  • Comfortable with small dogs
  • Have vehicle/reliable transportation
  • Would prefer current or previous training in early childhood education
  • Would prefer CPR/First Aid certified

If you are Interested:

Please send your resume and a brief statement about yourself to the email address below.  I will be in touch shortly to schedule an interview. 

Please contact us if you have any questions.  Thank you!

Evie and Chris Eakin

en260011@ohio.edu

724-316-2797

Posted 29 January 2015

Fairfield County
Family, Adult and Children First Council


Executive Director
The Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council is seeking a full time, (40 hour
per week) Executive Director.
The Council Executive Director’s responsibilities include: Leading the Council in creating a
vision and annual goals and objectives to improving the services provided to multi-need children
and their families; supervising all Council staff; providing oversight and administration of all
funding sources associated with the Council; establishing professional policies and procedures
for Council programs; providing a link between the local Council and local and state partners;
providing overall staff support to the Council and its committees to achieve objectives of work
plans; acts as liaison to Ohio Family and Children First Council; and leads community efforts in
needs assessment, resource assessment, gaps analysis and program development.
Essential Functions:
1. Provides professional leadership in planning, development, evaluation, organization and collaboration of Fairfield County Family, Adult & Children First Council.
2. Plans and directs the Council’s programs in accordance with Federal, State and local mandates.
3. Monitors revenues and expenditures to assure sound fiscal management and provides budget proposals to the Executive/Finance Committee for approval each year with ongoing accountability to that Committee of monthly
expenditures and revenues.
4. Works with Fairfield County organizations to assess the needs of children and families and strategic planning of funding sources, service providers, families and the community to achieve the goals of the Family, Adult & Children First Council’s initiatives.
5. Fostering communication, cooperation, and effective community resource utilization among local child and family serving agencies.
6. Represents Fairfield County at local and state meetings, or on councils or boards relating to children and families.
7. Provides leadership and direction in the development of short and long-range plans for the Council.
8. Writing grants and program proposals, as well as follow up reports on behalf of the Council.
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9. Arranging for Council meetings and events, and maintaining minutes and records of those meetings.
10. As per ORC 121.37, assuring the coordination and development of effective implementation of comprehensive joint service plans for individual children and families served in Council programs including, Multi-System Youth
Committee and Help Me Grow.
11. Participates, facilitates and/or provides oversight of the work of multiple Council committees and their implementation of Council’s goals and objectives. Candidate must possess the following qualifications:
 Graduation from an accredited college or university with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree with major coursework in social work, public administration, or related field. Masters or other advanced degree preferred
 At least three (3) years of demonstrated experience in supervision and administration
 Professional experience working with children and families
 Knowledge and understanding of Fairfield County human services community and resources
 Excellent written and verbal communication skills
 Successful grant writing experience
 Community needs assessment experience preferred
 Excellent facilitation skills
 Ability to travel in-state for required trainings, may include minimal overnight stays
Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience, within a range of $50,000 - $65,000.
Applicants should apply online at http://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us and attach a resume and cover
letter by Friday, February 13, 2015. No phone calls please.

Posted: 30 January 2015

Fairfield County

Family, Adult and Children First Council

Multi-System Youth Committee

Hi-Fidelity Wraparound Service Coordinator

 

The Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council is seeking a full time, (40 hour per week) Hi-Fidelity Wraparound Service Coordinator. The purpose of the Fairfield County High Fidelity Wraparound project is to provide a more intense and comprehensive level of service coordination for youth (post-adjudication, pre-disposition) who have scored as moderate/high risk on the Ohio Youth Assessment System.  The Hi Fidelity Wraparound Service Coordinator position will be a part of the Multi-System Youth Committee team and will be solely dedicated to the Fairfield County Juvenile Court with a recommended caseload of 10 – 12 families.   During the wraparound process, a team of people who are relevant to the life of the child or youth (e.g., family members, members of the family’s social support network, service providers, and agency representatives) collaboratively develop an individualized plan of care, implement this plan, monitor the efficacy of the plan, and work towards success over time.  This team will always include the youth and family.  The wraparound plan typically includes formal services and interventions, together with community services and interpersonal support and assistance provided by friends, family, and other people drawn from the family’s social networks. After the initial plan is developed, the team continues to meet often enough to monitor progress, which it does by measuring the plan’s components against the indictors of success selected by the team. The MSY Hi-Fidelity Wraparound Service Coordinator will be responsible for implementing this strategy.

Candidates for this position must exhibit the following:

  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree with major coursework in social work, the social sciences, or counseling. 
  • LSW required. 
  • At least three (3) years of demonstrated direct service with children, youth and families.
  • Experience working with families in crisis, prior experience working with teens a plus.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Fairfield County human service community and resources.
  • Group facilitation skills
  • Understanding of evidence based practice
  • Ability to travel in-state for required trainings.  This may include minimal overnight stays.

Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience, within a range of $38,000 - $42,000.

Applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to Becky Edwards, Executive Director, Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council, 831 College Avenue, Suite C, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130 by Friday, February 13, 2015.  Applicants may also send information to bedwards@co.fairfield.oh.us.

Posted: 2 February 2015

Fairfield County

Family, Adult and Children First Council

Multi-System Youth (MSY) Committee Program Assistant

The Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council is seeking a part-time, (28 hours per week) MSY Committee Program Assistant The purpose of the Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council Multi-System Youth (MSY) Committee Program Assistant position is to provide assistance to both the MSY Lead Service Coordinator and MSY Hi- Fidelity Wraparound Service Coordinator.  Duties will include both clerical, data entry, evaluation assistance and computer work, in addition to direct interaction with families in regard to respite and Tier 1 follow up.  Essential functions include but are not limited to:

 

  • Conduct intakes (completing paperwork) for all non-Juvenile Court children/youth referred to the MSY Committee.
  • Attend Interdisciplinary Team (I-Team) and Early Childhood Cluster (ECC) meetings, take minutes and prepare minutes for distribution.
  • Follow-up of Tier 1 activities for children and families.  Tier 1 families are lower level risk with minimal intervention, often one-time activities.  Coordination of class/enrichment activity registration and purchase of safety items are common to this duty.
  •  Coordinate purchasing for MSY Committee in cooperation with fiscal clerk.
  • Respite Coordination (identify placement options, schedule individual stays in respite, supervise exchanges, in addition to other duties as assigned.)
  • Conduct evaluation activities, data collection and reporting as required.  This will include, but is not limited to:
    • Hi-Fi Wrap Evaluation (as dictated by National Wraparound Initiative)
    • Parent Project Senior Evaluation, Satisfaction Surveys, Protective Factor Surveys, and others)
    • All RECLAIM reporting
    • MSY general reporting and data collection, including FCSS
  • Attend trainings as required.

Candidates for this position must exhibit the following:

  • Graduation from an accredited college or university with a minimum of a two-year certificate or degree with major coursework in social work (SWA) or Human Services Technology.  Related degrees will also be considered.
  • At least one (1) year of demonstrated direct service with children, youth and families.
  • Experience working with diverse families in crisis, prior experience working with teens a plus.
  • Computer skills in standard software packages, evaluation platforms and/or the ability to learn required web-based and evaluation reporting tools.
  • Knowledge and understanding of Fairfield County human service community and resources.
  • Detail oriented, organized with the ability to meet deadlines.

This is an hourly position within a range of $12.50 - $14.50 per hour.

Applicants should send a letter of interest and resume to Becky Edwards, Executive Director, Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council, 831 College Avenue, Suite C, Lancaster, Ohio, 43130 by Friday, February 13, 2015.  Applicants may also send information to bedwards@co.fairfield.oh.us.

Posted 2 February 2015

WANTED: FEMALE ALGEBRA 2 TUTOR

Sixteen year old female high school student looking for female tutor in Algebra 2. I am home schooled using Saxon curriculum for Algebra which also combines Geometry with Algebra 2. Ideally, I need a tutor on an "as needed" basis. Normally, I breeze along in learning but occasionally get 'snagged' on a concept that I don't understand and it snowballs into other confusions. Since I'm home schooled, I have a flexible schedule and can work around your schedule. I'm also flexible on price but would like to establish a mutually favorable price based on frequency and length of sessions. Please call or text Allie @ 740.277.9034

Posted: 3 February 2015

Victim Assistance Specialist

Salary: $12-$15 per hour depending on prior experience

Working Hours: 40 hours per week Monday through Friday 8:00-5:00

Qualifications: High School diploma; Bachelor's Degree preferred; crisis intervention training; 1--3 related job experience; Registered Victim Advocate, Ohio Advocate Network preferred.

Job Responsibilities: Working under the supervision and direction of the Prosecuting Attorney or Assistant Prosecuting Attorneys, the Victim Assistance Specialist is responsible for communicating, assisting, and managing all assigned victims in preparation for court appearances.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Effective oral and written communication skills; ability to be patient and empathetic; ability to organize and to work independently; in-depth knowledge of court/legal policies, procedures, and operations; ability to maintain the confidentiality of sensitive information; knowledge of crisis intervention techniques; proficient in Microsoft Office and word processing.

Working Conditions: Works in a normal office environment where there is no physical discomfort due to temperature, noise, dust, and the like.

Job Duties in order of importance:

35% Initiates and maintains communication with victims, witnesses, or survivors of crimes pursuant to Ohio Revised Code 2930; attends many court hearings, guides and provides victims with information about the case; guides victims through the criminal procedure; greets victims and aids victims through crisis intervention as needed.

20% Communicates with prosecutors and court officials; communicates with office of Victim Services and acquires inmate intake information., provides courtesy information of inmate release (Victims Information and Notification Everyday); informs victims and public legislation affecting them or offenders.

15% assists victims with Victim Impact Statements; Assists, prepares, and accompanies victims for their court appearances; assists victims with the crime compensation program.

5% Attends grand jury meetings and training seminars. Maintains office supplies. Updates and revises ledgers. Processes purchase orders, equipment forms, expense reports, ad pay-ins. Reconciles reports.

25% Updates database; manages case files; sends letters to notify victims of hearing times and dates; reviews case files; assists with restitution claims; keeps accurate records for reports.

Other Functions:

Prepares case load lists; files, makes copies, faxes documents, backs up computer files, and organizes office.

Remains On-Call

Other related duties as assigned

All duties performed within +/- 5%

Applicants should submit a resume and cover letter to: Gregg Marx Fairfield County Prosecuting Attorney's Office-Victim/Witness Division, 239 W. Main Street, Suite 101, Lancaster, OH  43130 by Tuesday, February 17, 2015.

Posted: 4 February 2015

Dear State Employees:

The State of Ohio has an exceptional opportunity for promising future school leaders – from both educational and non-traditional backgrounds – for an exciting new fellowship and career opportunity to become a school principal while earning an MBA – tuition free – from the top-ranked Ohio State Fisher College of Business.

BRIGHT New Leaders for Ohio Schools is a newly created 501(c)(3) supported by the State of Ohio. BRIGHT is a bold initiative developed with the collaboration of the Ohio Department of Education, the Ohio Business Roundtable and the Fisher College of Business. BRIGHT is targeted at recruiting, training and placing committed leaders in high-poverty public schools across Ohio, where they are needed the most.

The quality of school building leadership makes a huge difference in the performance of our schools. The BRIGHT Fellowship is one of the most innovative leadership programs of its kind. It’s an opportunity for leaders to do something selfless – serve children in poverty – while advancing their career by earning an MBA.

The inaugural class of BRIGHT Fellows will be selected from diverse professions. Those with a bachelor’s degree and successful leadership experience in any field along with a commitment to helping Ohio students achieve their full potential are encouraged to apply.

Applications are due March 1, 2015.

To learn more and apply, visit www.BrightOhio.org.

Please share this information with others who may be interested in this extraordinary opportunity.

Sincerely,

Robert Blair, Director

Posted 9 February 2015

Internship Opportunities

 

available this summer (2015)

With Licking County Settlers Baseball Organization in Newark, OH.

Looking for students who have an interest in Communications, Business, Marketing, or Journalism.

Interested individuals should use the following link   http://www.settlersbaseball.com/ and click on “Internships”

Posted 13 February 2015

BLUE JACKETS CAREER FAIR

Tuesday, February 24, Nationwide Arena

The Columbus Blue Jackets invite you to join us for the 10th Annual Blue Jackets Career Fair.  Don't miss the opportunity to network with hiring personnel from the area's leading sports teams and local companies.

Teams and companies attending include: Blue Jackets, Columbus Crew, Ohio State, Columbus Clippers, and the Memorial Tournament.

Schedule of Events:

Doors Open 11:30 a.m.

Panel Discussion 12:30-1:30 p.m.

Get career advice from area sports executives (Speakers TBD)

Booths Open 1:30-4:30 p.m.

Visit over 30 teams & companies throughout Nationwide Arena

Blue Jackets vs. Sabres 7:00 p.m.

For a complete list of companies visit:

BlueJackets.com/careerfair 20-15

*Schedule, panelist and vendors subject to change.

Posted: 20 February 2015

The Fairfield County Board of DD

is currently seeking staff for the following positions.. Candidates can apply on-line at www.fairfielddd.com. Thank you!

Director of Community Relations

Director of Services and Supports

Career Navigator

Employment Consultant

Posted: 2/20/15

Join Us for the Next Job Fair of Columbus

Meet face-to-face with area employers who have openings right now!

 

The Job Fair of Columbus

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

10:00 AM - 1:00 PM 

Embassy Suites Columbus

2700 Corporate Exchange Drive 

Columbus, OH 43231

 

Free to Attend!

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Positions in the following areas are typically available:

Sales, Customer Service, Call Center, Management, General Business, Marketing, Administrative, Retail, Government, Insurance, Banking, Engineering, Finance, Law Enforcement, Military, Accounting, Healthcare, IT, New Students and more.

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Did you know?

85% of job seekers find jobs through some form of NETWORKING.

 

Plan to talk and network with other job seekers and with company recruiters!

 

 

 

 

Tips For Success:

  1. For additional details and to pre-register go to: www.catalystcareergroup.com
    Register and submit your resume. Companies view the resumes before the event and may invite you to come and meet them. We recommend that you pre-register, but it is not required.
     
  2. Dress professionally. Business attire. First impressions go a long way.
     
  3. Plan to spend a minimum of 1 hour at the event.
     
  4. Bring multiple copies of your resume. And bring a friend - all jobseekers are welcome.
     
  5. Prepare your 30-60 second "Value Statement." Offer everyone you meet a clear snapshot of who you are and what you have to offer a company as an employee. What were your past positions? How did you benefit your previous employers? What would you like to do in the future? Remember, the best way to be considered for a position is to meet the hiring managers in person. Come prepared to stand out from the crowd.
     
  6. Keep an open mind. Meet with as many of the companies as you can. We have had many jobseekers discover companies and positions that they had not known about or considered before they came. Don't miss out - you may be surprised at what you find.

 


 

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Posted 24 February 2015

Garner Insurance

We currently a full-time, (35 hours/week) position available, we are looking for someone that can give us a long-term commitment. have They MUST HAVE clean background check, with strong customer service, phone, and computer skills. They will be required to complete studies and obtain Property and Casualty Insurance License through the State of Ohio. If you know of anyone that may be interested they can call me @ 740-681-1850 or have them submit their resume to me at terry@garnerinsurance.org or our office at 2682 N. Columbus St., Suite B Lancaster OH  43130, they can also fax them to 740-681-1854.

Posted 24 February 2015

The Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities

is currently accepting applications for the following positions:

  • One-on-One Aide -Part time. 2 positions. Posting will run until 3/11/15
  • Career Navigator. Posting will run until 3/5/15 Employment Consultant (2 positions). Posting will run until 3/6/15
  • Job Developer. Posting ends 3/4/15

 

Positions descriptions and application can be found on-line at www.fairfielddd.com.

Posted 25 February 2015

Juvenile Diversion Officer


Fairfield County Juvenile & Probate Court is seeking a full time, (40 hour per week)
Juvenile Diversion Officer. The person filling the position will be responsible for providing
assessment and referral services and case management to low risk misdemeanor and unruly
offenders referred to the Diversion Accountability Program in the court’s Center for Child &
Family Assessment and Intervention.
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 Fairfield County Juvenile &
Probate 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 Sociology or Social Work, Human Services or related field. Five (5) years of
experience in a related position may be considered in lieu of educational requirements.
The successful candidate must be a team player and possess strong decision making,
problem solving and organizational skills. Must be able to read, analyze and interpret official
reports, technical procedures and governmental regulations and write necessary reports and
correspondence. Successful candidate must be able to effectively present information and
respond to inquiries from staff, clients and professional peers. Chosen candidate must also
obtain OYAS Certifications (arranged by the Court) within 6 months of hire. Candidate must
also possess a valid Ohio Operator’s License and have the ability to independently drive a car
and access all public buildings (schools) and private homes.
Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience, within a range of $31,000 to
$37,000 a year.
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, March 6, 2015. Applicants may also send information to jdporter@co.fairfield.oh.us

Posted: 26 February 2015

 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY UTILITIES
WASTEWATER OPERATOR


Fairfield County Utilities is accepting applications for a Wastewater Operator. This
position is responsible for performing daily operations of Class I and assisting Class II and
III wastewater treatment facilities. This position also performs a wide variety of tasks
including but not limited to: perform process control, check and repair pumps and
mechanical equipment, collect samples for lab analysis, clean filters, weirs and clarifiers,
clean sand beds and baffles, maintain grounds including mowing, trimming and
weeding. Minimum qualifications include one (1) year experience in operating a waste
water treatment facility, an Ohio EPA Class I Wastewater Certification, a valid State of
Ohio driver’s license with Class A with tanker endorsement CDL endorsement (or ability
to obtain within one year), and computer skills. This is a full time position with
occasional on call hours. The starting salary range for this position is $14.50- $17.00
based on experience and qualifications.
Applicants should apply online at http://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us and attach a resume and
cover letter by Friday, March 13, 2015.
NO phone calls please.

Posted: 26 February 2015

 

Fairfield County
Family, Adult and Children First Council
Executive Director


The Fairfield County Family, Adult and Children First Council is seeking a full time, (40 hour
per week) Executive Director.
The Council Executive Director’s responsibilities include: Leading the Council in creating a
vision and annual goals and objectives to improving the services provided to multi-need children
and their families; supervising all Council staff; providing oversight and administration of all
funding sources associated with the Council; establishing professional policies and procedures
for Council programs; providing a link between the local Council and local and state partners;
providing overall staff support to the Council and its committees to achieve objectives of work
plans; acts as liaison to Ohio Family and Children First Council; and leads community efforts in
needs assessment, resource assessment, gaps analysis and program development.
Essential Functions:
1. Provides professional leadership in planning, development, evaluation,
organization and collaboration of Fairfield County Family, Adult & Children
First Council.
2. Plans and directs the Council’s programs in accordance with Federal, State
and local mandates.
3. Monitors revenues and expenditures to assure sound fiscal management and
provides budget proposals to the Executive/Finance Committee for approval
each year with ongoing accountability to that Committee of monthly
expenditures and revenues.
4. Works with Fairfield County organizations to assess the needs of children and
families and strategic planning of funding sources, service providers, families
and the community to achieve the goals of the Family, Adult & Children First
Council’s initiatives.
5. Fostering communication, cooperation, and effective community resource
utilization among local child and family serving agencies.
6. Represents Fairfield County at local and state meetings, or on councils or
boards relating to children and families.
7. Provides leadership and direction in the development of short and long-range
plans for the Council.
8. Writing grants and program proposals, as well as follow up reports on behalf
of the Council.
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9. Arranging for Council meetings and events, and maintaining minutes and
records of those meetings.
10. As per ORC 121.37, assuring the coordination and development of effective
implementation of comprehensive joint service plans for individual children
and families served in Council programs including, Multi-System Youth
Committee and Help Me Grow.
11. Participates, facilitates and/or provides oversight of the work of multiple
Council committees and their implementation of Council’s goals and
objectives.
Candidate must possess the following qualifications:
 Graduation from an accredited college or university with a minimum of a
bachelor’s degree with major coursework in social work, public administration, or
related field. Masters or other advanced degree preferred
 At least three (3) years of demonstrated experience in supervision and
administration
 Professional experience working with children and families
 Knowledge and understanding of Fairfield County human services community
and resources
 Excellent written and verbal communication skills
 Successful grant writing experience
 Community needs assessment experience preferred
 Excellent facilitation skills
 Ability to travel in-state for required trainings, may include minimal overnight
stays
Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience, within a range of $50,000 - $65,000.
Applicants should apply online at http://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us and attach a resume and cover
letter by Wednesday, March 11, 2015. No phone calls please

Posted 26 February 2015

Green Gourmet Foods, LLC

Status: Full time or part time position

Job Description: Production Work

Job Category: Production

Reports to: Production Team Leader

Career Level: Hourly or Salaried

Duties and Responsibilities:

Job Purpose/Customers

The purpose of this position is to facilitate production operations in various aspects of daily operations. This position follows company product safety, legality, and quality systems.

General Description

Learn the production process to include:

  • Early Side job functions include morning setup, ATP verifications for cleanliness, grading product and process flow, work on QA on unloading of incoming raw product. Learn yield throughput.
  • Learn setup of cooking parameters; adjust the process to accommodate production throughout the day as needed.
  • Learn batching processes to include proper document control, mixing and product packing to include control weight control measures. Learn basic on-the-floor QA testing and adhere to good housekeeping principles.
  • Work with storage of product and follow proper CCPs for food safety requirements.
  • Perform packing duties to include setup and follow schedule adherence.
  • Perform quality line checks and critical control points (i.e., metal detector and scale calibrations).

Required experience and skills

  • Students that are interested in industrial manufacturing or engineering, studies in continuous improvement and understanding of quality principles helpful.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Demonstrated effective Food Safety knowledge (i.e., allergens, sanitation, GMPs, SOPs, CODEX, CFRs).
  • Excellent communicative skills
  • Teamwork and collaboration
  • Passion for accuracy
  • Completely trustworthy and reliable
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment

Minimum experience and skills

  • Must be eighteen years of age or older
  • May be required to pass drug test and background check

Physical demands & work environment

  • This job may require physical exertion such as walking, standing, stooping, climbing and lifting material or equipment, some of which may be heavy or awkward.
  • May be exposed to minor dust and noise levels.
  • Must have the ability to lift a minimum of 40 pounds.
  • Must be able to wear personal protective equipment as required.

Posted: 26 February 2015

Green Gourmet Foods, LLC

Status: Full time or part time position

Job Description: Quality Assurance Technician

Job Category: Quality Assurance

Reports to: Director of Quality Assurance

Career Level Hourly or Salaried

Duties and Responsibilities:

Job Purpose/Customers

The purpose of this position is to ensure that both raw and finished goods meet and exceed customer expectations. The customers of this position are Green Gourmet Foods' customers and end consumers as well as internal Green Gourmet Foods' departments such as Sales, Operations, Scheduling, Inventory, and Research and Development. This position follows company product safety, legality, and quality systems.

General Description

The Quality Lab Technician is responsible for performing the following:

  • Coordinating lab samples to be sent for analyses to Third Party Labs. Also responsible for pulling retain samples.
  • Review test results and generate Certificate of Analysis to be issued to customers.
  • Perform swab testing for ATP and Allergen verification; and present data to Quality Manager for final release of batches/lots. Discuss any discrepancies with the QA Director and determine if any issues will require product to be placed on hold.
  • Perform basic physical tests (i.e., pH, color, oror, viscosity, and defects and flavor profile) of production items.
  • Perform environmental test of (Maintenance and Repair Operations) MRO items and equipment.
  • Label Verification which includes external and internal customer interaction.
  • Perform quality line checks and critical control points (i.e., metal detector and scale callibrations,,.
  • Monitor storage of segregated allergens and utensils.
  • Calibration of lab instruments at the beginning of the shift.
  • Housekeeping audits for the lab.
  • Submit appropriate quality reports and recommendations to QA Director and Management team.
  • Data organization and supply ordering as needed to support the facility Quality Assurance Program.
  • Support sanitation function by coordination of testing and sampling process equipment.
  • Must attend all required meetings and training sessions.
  • Other miscellaneous duties as requested by the QA manager.

Required experience and skills

  • Associate's Degree in Chemistry, Biology, Food Science, and science-related discipline or equivalent industry experience.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook
  • Demonstrated effective Food Safety knowledge (i.e., allergens, sanitation, GMPs, SOPs, CODEX, CFRs).
  • Excellent communicative skills.
  • Teamwork and collaboration.
  • Passion for accuracy
  • Completely trustworthy and reliable
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.

Minimum experiences and skills

  • Must be eighteen years of age or older
  • May be required to pass drug test and background check.

Physical demands & work environment

  • This job may require physical exertion such as walking, standing, stooping, climbing and lifting material or equipment, some of which may be heavy or awkward.
  • May be exposed to minor dust and noise levels.
  • Must have the ability to lift a minimum of 40 pounds.
  • Must be able to wear personal protective equipment as required.

Posted: 26 February 2015

EPS

is currently looking for an intern for this summer (2015). We are interested in someone who is at the Junior/ Senior level. The programs that we would like to draw from are (in order of interest) engineering (MUST know CAD), business management/development, and sales. This will be a paid internship $11.00-13.00 per hour (based on experience) and will be starting off at part-time. The following items are a requirement for the position:

        Transportation (to and from work/job sites)

        Business apparel

We are looking for someone with an outgoing attitude and a reasonable amount of knowledge of their field, thus far in their education. There will be an interviewing process.

EPS a small, family owned business located in Canal Winchester. EPS has been in business over 30 years, with all of management being OU alumni! EPS values honesty, good work ethic, and ultimately getting the job done within those standards.  

For more information or Send Resumes to:

Kaitlyn

Administrative Assistant
8845 Basil Western Road, Canal Winchester, OH 43110
Phone (614) 834-9126 Ext 119   Fax (614) 834-9166
www.epsohio.com

Posted 27 February 2015