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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:

www.ohiomeansinternships.com

www.ohiomeansjobs.com

 

Security Career Fair!!

AlliedBarton is hosting a career fair for immediate and future positions within the Columbus and Middle Ohio area.

Friday August 7, 2015

10am-2pm

at our Columbus District Office

3366 Riverside Drive, Suite 106

Upper Arlington, OH 43221

On the spot interviews will be held.

For faster processing, you may apply prior to arrival at the following link:

http://tinyurl.com/p2q9xt6

We will be placing applicants for part-time, full-time; armed and unarmed positions.  We also have positions for certified EMTs and those with a Secret Security Clearance. We have locations in Columbus and surrounding counties.  

  • Must be at least 18 years of age or older as required by applicable law or contractual requirements.
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED, or at least 5 years of verifiable employment history.
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing for the purpose of public interaction and report writing.
  • Ability to maintain satisfactory attendance and punctuality standard.
  • Friendly and professional demeanor.
  • Ability to provide quality customer service
  • Business casual or business attire required for interviews

 

Employer Name: RANDSTAD
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Job Title: Pickers, Packers, Reach Truck and Cherry Picker Operators.
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Number of Positions:Several
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Job Location:PATASKALA
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Job Qualifications:The hours are Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 7:00 am – 7:30 pm.
Pay Rate - $11.00 to $12.00 an hour depending on position.
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Application Instructions:Please call or text Angie Tilman at 740-575-2901 for more information. You can also email angie.tilman@randstadusa.com.
 

 

Economic Development Director
Fairfield County is seeking a full time Economic Development Director. This position is
responsible for leading the County’s economic development efforts to retain, attract, expand
and grow business and industry within Fairfield County. The Economic Development Director
will also play a key role in workforce and infrastructure development in partnership with other
government and private entities. The successful candidate will be a self-starter and possess the
strong communication and interpersonal skills necessary to successfully represent Fairfield
County in a variety of forums.
The mission of Fairfield County is to ensure high quality services at an exceptional value
to taxpayers. Successful candidates will further the mission of the Fairfield County
Commissioners and provide exemplary service to the public. The successful candidate must
follow county policies and exhibit a professional demeanor at all times.
Candidates for this position must possess an undergraduate degree in Public
Administration, Business Administration, Marketing or a related field. A graduate degree is
preferred. The position also requires five years of successful, progressive managerial
experience in the field of development, manufacturing, agriculture, marketing or public
relations.
Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience, within an expected range of
$60,000 to $80,000 a year.
Applicants should go online to https://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us/AT and complete an online
application and attach a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements by August 18, 2015.

 

 

ServiceMaster Commercial Cleaning Advantage

 

Part-time Evening Custodians

 

Part-time opportunities located in the Fairfield County/Lancaster area.

 

General cleaning of office buildings.

Training provided. Flexible hours.

Requirements: valid license, reliable transportation and working phone.

Must be dependable, trustworthy and have a positive attitude.

Employer Conducts background screen.  

10-20 hrs a week

$8.50/hr.                      

Bonus and Commission Programs

Opportunity for advancement available

 

Please call 740-687-0577 or in person @ 416 N. Mt. Pleasant Ave. Lancaster, OH 43130 between 10am & 4pm.

Send resume to cmssmrecruiter@gmail.com

 

Life Coach Trainee

The Fairfield County Board of DD is currently hiring a full time Life Coach Trainee.  Position description can be found at www.fairfielddd.com.

This posting will run until 8/11/15.

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

 

 

Delivery Driver (up to $18/hr!)

Text Box: ASSOCIATE REQUIREMENTS

•	Energetic and outgoing personality (batteries not included)
•	Gigantic smile
•	Outstanding people skills – loves to talk and listen to people
•	Clean, well-groomed appearance
•	Genuine desire to serve others
•	Valid driver’s license
•	Clean driving record
•	Must enjoy pizza (but not while driving)
•	Valid automobile insurance at all times
•	Highly responsible
•	Basic reading, writing and math skills
•	 At least 18 years old

Donatos Associates are high-energy team players, passionate about serving Customers, and produce the finest quality products EVERYDAY.  Our Associates possess the highest level of integrity while being bold, passionate and fun!!

The three ingredients of an Everyday Exceptional Associate are:

EXHIBITS HIGH-ENERGY AND STAMINA

  • Smiles, says thank you and makes eye contact
  • Makes work fun
  • Maintains an immaculate uniform
  • Makes the Customer’s day
  • Chooses to have a positive attitude

 

RESULTS DRIVEN

  • Is proud to work at Donatos
  • Never settles for less than a perfect pizza
  • Understands the importance of order accuracy
  • Protects Donatos brand image
  • Promotes goodwill through product, service, principles and people
  • Admit a mistake and make it right
  • Excepts the responsibility of empowerment            

A TEAM PLAYER

  • Laughs often                        
  • Energizes the team 
  • Enjoys life
  • Respectful of Customers, team members, the community, Donatos and self
  • Understands and connects with Customers and team to build relationships

 

 

 

DONATOS

DELIVERY DRIVER

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

  • Smiling often and having FUN!
  • Taking phone orders
  • Listening
  • Standing for long periods of time
  • Safely operate a motor vehicle
  • Occasionally lifting up to 50 pounds
  • Operating a computer keyboard
  • Handling cash responsibly
  • Checkout and deliver orders
  • Occasionally bending and twisting
  • Withstand temperature changes
  • Other duties as assigned

 

JOB SPECIFICS

SERVICE WITH A SMILE

  • Fulfills the Donatos Mission and Promise
  • Provides excellent customer service
  • An ambassador of goodwill
  • Checks all products for quality control before leaving the restaurant
  • Greets all Customers with a smile on the phone and at their door

KNOWS THE BIZ

  • Certified on all product stations
  • Certified on phones and order taking
  • Delivers products according to the Promise
  • Always follows first in and first out procedures
  • Has a clear understanding of routing deliveries                 

PLAYING IT SAFE

  • Always follows cash handling procedures
  • Maintains proper sanitation and cleaning standards at all times
  • Meets the “Promise Time” in a safe and timely manner
  • Understands and practices loss prevention
  • Performs vehicle safety and security checks

GO TEAM

  • Assists other Associates, Managers and Customers
  • Shows a sense of urgency
  • Performs all other responsibilities of an Associate
  • Completes all other duties assigned by the Manager on duty

POSTED: 18 MARCH 2015

 

 

Columbus Speech & Hearing Center

Job Posting

SSP Manager

Department: Comprehensive Program for the Deaf (CPD)

Reports to: Director of CPD

Classification: Regular, Part-time, Non-Exempt

General Description: The function of the position is to serve as the primary contact for providers and recipients of SSP services, including the recruitment and selection of new providers, liaise with Franklin County Senior Optons to inquire about new and existing referrals, provide marketing and outreach both within the Center and in the community, provide input on the annual budget regarding the SSP program, and assure that CPD remains a quality program and continues to meet all accrediting requirements.

Education/Experience/Skills: Must have a minimum of an Associate degree in the Human Services field, and at least two years of experience working with Deaf/Blind individuals.

Applicant must be proficient in ASL, oral and written communication. This position requires personal characteristics of flexibility, enthusiasm, assertiveness, and cooperation. Must be down-to-earth and a "team player" but able to work individually and have good decision-making skills. Applicant must have own transportation with proof of valid driver's license and auto insurance.

Send your resume to:

Jamie Noon, Director of CPD

Columbus Speech & Hearing Center

510 E. North Broadway

Columbus, OH  43214

Fax: 614-261-5414

E-mail: jnoon@columbus speech.org

Columbus Speech & Hearing Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted 25 March 2015

 

The Fairfield County Board of DD

currently accepting applications for :

IT Systems Specialist Position

and

Individual Support Coordinator Position (This posting will expire on 8/5/15.)

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

Posted 22 July 2015

Limited Brands

Role:                     Lead Facilities Technician

Shift:                     2nd Shift

Location:             Broad Street, Reynoldsburg

Apply:                   http://tinyurl.com/p7dprlx

Description:

-Proficient skills and knowledge required to properly maintain and trouble shoot deficiencies on all material handling systems and building infrastructure. Has thorough advanced training, practice, knowledge, technical and leadership skill proficiency and is considered an expert in all functional areas assigned. Must be able to assist in training other Technicians

-Receives maintenance service requests via the computer, telephone and/or personal radio.

-Assigns and distributes work orders to ensure completeness in a thorough and timely manner.

-Reviews all completed work orders for completeness and accuracy prior to being turned in.

-Examines building interior and exterior and determines maintenance work needed.

-Responsible for daily productivity/accountability of assigned Facilities Associates and work orders.

-Communicate and interact effectively with all customers, teammates and management.

-Manage internal/external projects including scheduling and contractor/vendor interface.

-Proficient in troubleshooting all Facilities systems and any other assignment required to meet the changing demands of the business.

-Coordinate Technician's activities to maximize productivity.

-Ensure compliance with all company policies, building codes and safety initiatives.

-Provides or coordinates the necessary on job training to assigned Facilities Associates.

-Punch list all assigned projects and tasks to ensure adherence to company standards and specifications.

-Perform major repairs to all equipment and evaluations to determine the needs for repair prior to equipment failure.

-Participate in and monitor all Preventive Maintenance tasks and assignments.

-Comply with all defined Inventory Management procedures.

-Share knowledge and experience with Team mates as needed.

-Ensure set-ups are completed in advance for all meetings and special events.

-Ensures compliance with all safety and regulatory requirements

Posted 30 March 2015

Limited Brands

Role:                     Offshift Maintenance Technician

Shift:                     3rd Shift

Location:             Broad Street, Reynoldsburg

Apply:                   http://tinyurl.com/p7dprlx

Description:  Under general supervision of the Shift Facilities Group Leader or assigned Senior Technician, performs a variety of skilled and semi-skilled maintenance, modification and repair activities in assigned maintenance operations areas which may include buildings, material handling, offices, lighting, electrical and plumbing in any of the distribution centers; and performs related work as required.

Facilities Technician is the experienced-level in this series and is capable of performing a wide variety of work to ensure that the facilities and equipment are maintained in a safe and effective working condition. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, performing work in all operational and Facilities areas, depending upon the immediate needs of the department. While Facilities Technicians may have developed skills in one or more areas, all are expected to be able to perform general Facilities and repair in all areas of assignment.

Key Duties: 

- Duties are illustrative and not inclusive and may vary with individual assignments.

- Performs skilled and semi-skilled maintenance activities including performing material handling equipment repair; basic activities such as electrical, plumbing, drywall and painting; office furniture moves and setups.

- Maintains building, equipment, shop and storage areas in a clean and orderly condition.

- Completes work orders for work performed and includes parts and inventory used.

- Document all work order activities to comply with MP2 requirements, providing records of the activities performed.

- Follow lockout-tag out procedures, confined space procedures, and other safety and environmental  procedures and policies as required.

Education and Experience:

Possession of a high school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED) and three years of assignment-related maintenance experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job as listed above.

Minimum Requirements:

- Minimum of 3 year facilities maintenance experience such as with forklifts, conveyors, controls, hydraulics, pneumatics and building maintenance.

- Electrical experience with high and low voltage, AC and DC. Knowledge of mechanical and electrical drawings.

- Proven track record of strong mechanical and electrical troubleshooting.

- Welding skill preferred, but not required.  Technical school or training desired.  Must be computer literate.

Posted 30 March 2015

The Fairfield County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office

is seeking an individual for the following fulltime position:
Position: Victim Assistance Specialist
Salary: $12.00-15.00 per hour depending on prior experience
Working Hours: 40 hours per week Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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 & 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 of
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 Monday, April 13, 2015.

Posted: 31 March 2015

Deputy Clerk, Title


Fairfield County Clerk of Courts is seeking a full time, (40 hour per week) Deputy Clerk,
Title. Duties associated with the position include, but are not limited to: processing liens and
certificates of title as necessary under state law; processing of payments; balancing and
depositing office receipts and providing excellent customer service to the public. The position
requires strong problem solving and organizational skills and attention to detail.
The mission of Fairfield County is to ensure high quality services at an exceptional value
to taxpayers. Successful candidates will further the mission of the Fairfield County Clerk of
Courts and provide exemplary service to external and internal customers. The successful
candidate must also follow county and clerk policies and exhibit a professional demeanor at all
times.
Candidates for this position must possess a high school diploma. An undergraduate
degree in Business Administration, Public Administration or Accounting is preferred but not
required.
Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience, within a range of $24,000 to
$31,000 a year.
Applicants should apply online at https://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us/AT and attach a
resume and cover letter by Friday, April 17, 2015. No phone calls please.

Posted 6 April 2015

Company Overview:

Forward Air, Inc. has a network of freight terminals located on or near airports across the U.S. and Canadian cities.  The foundation product for Forward Air is our expedited LTL service, offering highly reliable transit and on-time, damage-free deliveries between cities every day.  By locating terminals on or near airports and maintaining a scheduled transportation network, we are a convenient and consistent service provider with broad geographic coverage.

As an industry leader - we are dedicated to finding and developing the right people. We want individuals who share our core values and demonstrate a true passion for what we do. Your job- It isn't just where you work; it's where you belong.  Join us and you will belong to something bigger from day one.

Job Description:

Due to continued growth and expansion, Forward Air, Inc. is looking for self-motivated individuals to work within its Complete, Cartage Operations team as a Regional Carrier Specialist.  Duties include all that is relevant to providing oversight to the cartage operation’s agent network. Relevant experience in the cartage/transportation industry can also include experience with moving companies.

Core Responsibilities & Duties:

  • Problem-solving and duties prioritization in a fast-paced and changing environment
  • Professional communication skills for inter-department email and telephone communication
  • Use of various software and company systems
  • Professional and “partnership" motivated vendor performance and accountability
  • Responsible for the quality and service of assigned agents/vendors within our network

Qualifications:

  • College coursework and/or Cartage/Transportation experience preferred but not required
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Ability to use a multiple-line phone system
  • Excellent data entry skills
  • Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
  • Profitability oriented
  • Have a positive attitude
  • Computer literate; systems used are Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Explorer, and Email
  • Knowledge of Access and AS400 preferred but not required
  • Internal systems trained
  • Type 30-50 WPM preferred
  • Ability to manage others
  • Utilize critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Be able to pass a drug screen
  • Pass a thorough criminal background check

Benefits:

  • Forbes Top 200 Small Companies
  • Stable, secure company
  • Flexible Spending Accounts (Medical & Dependent Care)
  • Excellent health care plans with dental and vision coverage
  • 401 K match, Stock purchase option, Life Insurance, and supplemental insurance
  • Friendly and dynamic work environment
  • Vacation time
  • Monday – Friday work schedule
  • Competitive Weekly Pay with Direct Deposit or pay-card available
  • Opportunity for advancement

 

.  All resumes should go to Noah Chindavong at nchindavong@forwardair.com

Apply today for the secure future and advancement opportunity you’re looking for with a company named one of “Forbes Top 200 Small Companies"!!

Posted 6 April 2015

PUBLIC ASSISTANCE CASE MANAGER


Fairfield County Job and Family Services is looking for a
full-time Case Manager for the Public Assistance and
Self-Sufficiency program. Candidates for this position
must have completed their undergraduate major core
coursework in behavioral science, social science, or
education as well as six months experience or one
course in interviewing techniques. Strong interpersonal
skills and computer proficiency are also necessary.
These positions offer extensive benefits and a starting
salary of $29,140. Applicants must apply on-line at
http://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us and attach a resume and
cover letter by April 24, 2015. NO PHONE CALLS
PLEASE.

Posted 10 April 2015

NOW HIRING

ServiceMaster Commercial Cleaning Advantage

Part-time Custodians

Part-time opportunities located in the Lancaster area.

General cleaning of office buildings.

 

Training provided. Flexible hours for college students.

Requirements: valid license, reliable

transportation and working phone.

Must be dependable, trustworthy

and have a positive attitude.

Employer Conducts background screen and drug test.  

10-20 hrs a week

$8.50/hr.                      

Bonus and Commission Programs

Opportunity for advancement available

Please call 740-687-0577 or come in person to 416 N. Mt. Pleasant Ave. Lancaster, OH 43130 between 10am & 4pm.

Send resume to cmssmrecruiter@gmail.com

Posted 13 April 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
April 27, 2015. All applications must be submitted
online. No phone calls please

Posted 14 April 2015

Help Wanted

Part time summer help wanted in retail customer service selling swimming pool chemicals and supplies. 

Apply at The Pool People 

1514 Hubbard Dr. 

Lancaster   

Posted 4/16/15

 

SUMMER CAMP COUNSELORS

MAYWOOD MISSION

1029 S. BROAD STREET

LANCASTER, OH

2 counselors are needed to work a summer day camp.

Camp runs from June 8 to August 14, 2015

4 counselors will oversee 35 to 50 children ages 6 to 12 years.

Monday through Friday (no nights or weekends)

Swimming, games, crafts, short trips

$2,000 cash scholarship

(Must work entire camp to be eligible)

Contact Tony Salvatori

Office: 740-653-5734

Work: 740-422-8166

Cell: 740-415-0246

You can also contact Karen Moore at 740-653-5734.

If we cannot be reached, please leave your name and phone number, and we will return your call as soon as possible.

Posted 17 April 2015

 

Fiscal Officer

Fairfield County ADAMH is seeking a full time, (40 hour per week) Fiscal Officer.  Primary duties associated with the position include, but are not limited to: oversee assigned board business operations, general accounting functions; preparation of budgets, contracts and audits; processing of accounts receivable/payable; obtaining insurance coverage and related issues, and the creation/completion of various reports as assigned.

  The successful candidate shall have strong interpersonal skills.  The candidate shall have or acquire knowledge of the MUNIS software system utilized by the county and other proprietary software. Candidates for the position must possess a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. Five (5) years of experience in a related position involving government accounting and some MS Access experience, especially queries, is desired and preferred.

Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience and starts at $56,706 annually.

Applicants should submit resume, cover letter and references to nadine@ohiopps.org by Monday, May 4, 2015. No phone calls please.

Posted 17 April 2015

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 May 1, 2015. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

Posted: 20 April 2015

Congressman Steve Stivers Job Fair 2015

FREE ADMISSION

Monday, May 11, 2015

10:00-4:00

OSU Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center

Participating organizations and employers including:

UPS
Target

Big Lots

Hollywood Casino

Fifth Third Bank

Safelight

Bob Evans

Columbus VA

Logic Soft

GFS Chemical

Columbus Casting

IGS Energy

FedEx Ground

COWIC

FSQ Inc.

CB Tech

Turkey Hill

Legal Shield

AT&T

Ohio Health

PNC Bank

Via Quest

Forest Lawn

Huntington National Bank

NiSource/Columbus Gas of Ohio

Mount Carmel Health System

The Ohio State University

Diley Ridge Medical Center

Nationwide Children's Hospital

Breckinridge School of Nursing

Columbus Hospitality Mgmt.

Columbus Zoo & Aquarium

Shepherd Excavating, Inc.

Allied Barton Security Services

Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern

Acquisition Logistics Engineering

Physicians Mutual Ins., Co.

Total Quality Logistics

Pomegranate Health Systems

Ohio Christian University

World Financial Group/Transamerica Financial Advisors

Atlas Butler Heating & Cooling

HD Supply Facilities Maintenance

Building Systems Transportation

Military Veterans Resource Centers

MSC Industrial Supply

Cardinal Health

1st Advance EMS

Ace Hardware

Devry University

First Light Home Care

Keihin Thermal Technology

Northwestern Mutual Financial

TT Technical Institute

Restoration Hardware

Nationwide Insurance

Heartland Bank

Columbus Dispatch

Auditor of State

JP Morgan Chase

Sunset Cemetery

Maxim Healthcare Services

Sports Ohio, Inc.

Ohio Dept. of Administrative Services

Transworld Systems, Inc.

National Church Residences

Franklin Co. Recorder

Ohio Highway Patrol

For more information, call (614) 771-4968 or visit www.stivers.house.gov.
Posted: 20 April 2015

ServiceMaster Commercial Cleaning Advantage

Evening Technician

ServiceMaster Commercial Cleaning Advantage is seeking a Technician to join our team. This person must have a flexible schedule. Must have a valid driver's license, reliable transportation and phone. Must have a clean background & pass a drug test.

 -duties include: cleaning as needed, buffing, carpet cleaning, floor stripping and refinishing.

20-30 Hrs. a week $9.25/Hr.      

 Bonus and Commission Programs. Opportunity for advancement available.

Email resume to cmssmrecruiter@gmail.com

Call the office at 740-687-0577

Stop in and apply at 416 N. Mt. Pleasant Ave. Lancaster, Ohio 43130

Posted: 21 April 2015

Warehouse Lead –

Provides first level of supervision to the warehouse by administering work direction and guidance through ensuring associate quality and safety.
Must have leadership and communication skills.
Manage associates immediate needs through work direction, time and attendance, daily warehouse operations.
Monitor and confirm associate quality levels in the warehouse using SOP's and auditing process. Group Leader will continuously improve all operations by coaching and training associates.
Maintain pre and post shift records clearly demonstrating shift performance, associates productivity and pass down all information to the associates.
Requirements:

  • Must have leadership experience in a warehouse environment
  • Must have receiving experience
  • Group Lead will manage anywhere from 10-30 people
  • Knowledge of warehouse operations
  • Analysis and planning skills to identify warehouse deficiencies

Or come see us at our Groveport location today!

6025 Groveport Road

Groveport, OH 43125

614.423.6880

Posted: 23 April 2015

TEMPORARY PART TIME APPOINTMENT

EXTERNAL RESUMES BEING ACCEPTED

LOGAN HOME WORK SITE

 

CLASSIFICATION:   UNCLASSIFIED-COLLEGE STUDENT HELP

Pay Grade: P&P PLAN                     Wage: $8.95

NATURE OF WORK: : Assists the public and employers in person, by phone, mail or electronically; interviews to determine need(s); performs research in multiple computer programs to direct customer appropriately; answer questions, resolve problems or make referral(s); provides information & assistance regarding  agency policies, procedures & resources, program eligibility & benefit status;  mails or provides documentations & forms , renders assistance as necessary to complete forms; accepts letters & documents for processing (e.g.: hearing/conference notices, program verifications, etc.), scanning &/or distributing them as instructed (e.g.: manages calendars, updating with scheduled & cancelled events, notifies appropriate parties of & resolves schedule conflicts as instructed); makes referrals to other work units, agencies & community resources (e.g.: Social Services, Income Maintenance, Good Sam, Assistance House), enters data & information regarding activities into appropriate computer program (e.g.: OIES, KIDSTAR, CRIS-e, SETS); schedules new incoming appointments; directs customers to & advises client services staff & partners when appropriate in person, by phone or email.    Maintain files & records in format & method instructed.  Updates manuals as assigned.   Performs routine clerical duties as needed for Client Services staff (e.g.: serves as receptionist greeting & directing the public; answers phones; sorts, scans &/or distributes cases, files, case materials or mail; prepares correspondence & envelopes & mails correspondence; makes photocopies; prepares materials for faxing, sends & receives faxes electronic & hard-copy, scans &/or distributes as appropriate.  Identifies & collects records as instructed for review (e.g.: Quality Assurance); gathers, collates & enters data into computer programs; creates & distributes reports as instructed.   Attends staff meetings, training & conferences as assigned.  Exhibits regular & predictable attendance. 

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

-Work hours: 25-30 (anticipated) hours per week, as determined by the student's schedule and within agency hours of    7:00-5:30 Monday through Thursday and 7:00-5:00 on Friday.  Work hours can increase to 40 hours per week during   breaks as determined mutually beneficial.

-Preference will be given for work experience in an office environment, working with customers and confidential materials, computer software, alphabetizing documents, as well as experience with document scanning.

Minimum requirements:

-Enrollment in an Ohio accredited college

-Basic math and English skills

-Keyboarding

-Scanning

HOW TO APPLY: An extensive resume must be submitted to Human Resources via email to SCOJFSHR@jfs.ohio.gov as soon as possible but not later than 4:30 p.m. on May 18, 2015.  As the resume will be the sole criteria used to determine qualifications, applicants must address each of the Minimum Qualifications directly showing how each is met.  Avoid assumptions and jargon, employment dates must include month, day and year to be accurately counted.  Information showing that you meet ALL of the Minimum Qualifications, as stated on this announcement, must appear on the resume to assure its approval.  No additional information will be accepted after the deadline.

South Central Ohio Job & Family Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Jody Walker, Executive Director

Posted: 12 May 2015

 

Riffle Machine Works, Inc.


Job Title: Summer Help

Number of Positions: Several

Job Location: 5746 St. Rt. 159., Chillicothe, Ohio 45601

Job Qualifications:
Maintain care for our grounds by way of cutting the grass for all locations and performing overflow janitorial duties Job duties include: Cutting lawns, trims and edges around walks, flowerbeds, and walls, Cleans grounds and removes litter, Uses a variety of tools and machinery including; mowers, trimmers, chain saws, clippers, etc., Occasionally must work in inclement weather, assist with overflow janitorial duties: including but not limited to trash removal, mopping floors, etc., Performs other duties as assigned by Supervisor.
We require a high school diploma or G.E.D.
Salary: Starting wage is $9.26 with review for increase after 90 days and the probability of further employment opportunity.
Benefits: No benefits for summer employment.

Required experience:
· At least one year of experience in grounds keeping preferred
· Must have valid driver’s license.

Application Instructions:
Please mail, email, fax or drop your resume off at: Riffle Machine Works, Inc., Attn: Human Resources Department, 5746 St. Rt. 159., Chillicothe, Ohio 45601 Fax # (740) 775-3056. Please refer to position applying for when submitting resume.

Other Information:
Required experience:
· At least one year of experience in grounds keeping preferred
· Must have valid driver’s license.
Posted 12 May 2015

 

Maxim Healthcare Services


Job Title: STNA, CNA, LPN or RN

Number of Positions: Several

Job Location: Our recruiters are available around-the-clock to help you find the most compatible assignments in Licking, Fairfield, Perry, Muskingum, Hocking, and Athens Counties.

Job Qualifications: Maxim Healthcare Services is one of the fastest growing providers of home health and medical staffing services in the industry. We are in constant need of qualified healthcare professionals to fuel our rapid growth and success.
As a member of the Maxim team, you will join a long list of qualified medical professionals, including nurses and home health aides of all specialties, who enjoy a fulfilling job and a promising future in the healthcare field.

Application Instructions: Contact Daren White, Colin Rhodes or Brittany Adzic to schedule an interview TODAY!
Local: (740) 522-6094        
www.maximnurses.com/apply 

Posted 12 May 2015

Lincare


Job Title: Sales

Number of Positions: 1

Job Location: Logan

Job Qualifications: Leading national respiratory company seeks results driven sales representative. Create working relationships with MD’s Nurses, Social Workers and Articulate our excellent patient care. Competitive base and un-capped commission.
Min. age to apply: 21 years Benefits: Medical, Vacation, and after one year, dental, paid sick leave and vision insurance.

Drug Free Workplace. EOE

Application Instructions: Fax resumes to 740-380-6574

Posted: 12 May 2015

 

Universal Veneer Group of Companies


Job Title: Several

Number of Positions: Several

Job Location: Newark, Ohio

Job Qualifications: We are currently hiring for the following positions:

Offbearer Primary Duties: (1st and 2nd shift)
· Assist machine operator with loading the slicing machine of the flitch/log
· Catch veneer from conveyor and place veneer on boards in a neat stack for each flitch
· Inspect materials for defects
· Transfer materials utilizing lift table to off rack
· Able to operate the rip saw and use hand tools
· Clean work area to ensure safe working conditions
· Other duties as assigned

Catcher Primary Duties: (1st, 2nd and 3rd shift)
· Catch veneer from conveyor and place veneer on boards in a neat stack for each flitch
· Transfer materials utilizing lift table to off rack
· Acquire the knowledge of moisture content of the veneer to know when to adjust the speed of the dryers
· Able to use hand tools
· Clean work area to ensure safe working conditions
· Other duties as assigned

Pallet Stacker Primary Duties: (1st and 2nd shift)
· Unloads bundles of veneer from conveyor belt onto pallets
· Responsible for sorting the bundles of veneer onto the appropriate pallets
· Must handle the bundles of veneer without damaging the wood
· Must stack the bundles of veneer neat and orderly
· Clean work area to ensure safe working conditions
· Other duties as assigned.

Table Loader Primary Duties: (1st and 2nd shift)
· Push or pull a pallet of veneer across a rolling rack system to a lift
· Grab bundles of veneer and place them onto the conveyor belts
· Sort and order bundles of veneer by cut code
· Clean work area to ensure safe working conditions
· Other duties as assigned.

Education & Basic Skills Required (all positions listed)
· High school diploma or equivalent a plus
· Ability to work overtime and weekends as needed
· Must be highly motivated
· Ability to perform at an efficient pace
· Team oriented
· Must be able to stand for entire shift
· Ability to follow instructions
· Basic computer skills a plus (Catcher Only)
· Must be able to lift up to 60lbs (Catcher Only)


Application Instructions: If you are interested in applying for any of the above positions, please stop by our facility, Universal Veneer Mill Production located at 1776 Tamarack Road, Newark, OH 43055 between 7:30am – 5:00pm Monday thru Friday to complete an application.

Other Information: Universal Veneer Mill Production manufactures wood veneers.  We start with logs, the finest from the forest, and transform them into sheets of beautiful veneer.  We specialize in hardwood species and slice the veneer to our customer’s specifications.  Universal Veneer is located in Newark, Ohio and we have been in business since 1979. 
Posted: 15 May 2015

 

Exel

Come join our team!

Seasonal Hiring Event Seeking General Laborers

Generous Bonus Potential. We are hosting an on-site job fair on Wednesday, May 20, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Qualified candidates must complete a background check and drug screen. We offer First shift Monday-Friday $10.50/hr

131 Heritage Drive, Pataskala, Ohio 43062

(Approximately 6 miles outside of Reynoldsburg on Rt. 40)

Posted 15 May 2015

Attendant, Assisted Living

Part Time & Full Time

2750 W Fair Ave, Lancaster, OH 43130

740-653-1423

Job Status: Full Time

Job Reference #: 55348577737 - 14486767854

Job Description

Position Summary: Provides assistance to residents in the Assisted Living Program with their activities of daily living, enabling them to lead a quality life while maintaining their dignity. This position reports to the Assisted Living Director.

Essential Functions:

  • Provides assistance as needed with medication reminders, bathing, grooming, dressing, escort
  • service, and other activities of daily living.
  • Follows the schedule of resident's needs set out by supervisor.
  • Provides emotional and social support to residents.
  • Documents daily log of assistance.
  • Informs supervisor of any resident issues or concerns.
  • Respect and encourage the independence and dignity of the residents.
  • Respects residents' confidentiality.
  • Is familiar with emergency equipment and procedures.
  • Attends all required training, in-service, and staff meetings.
  • Strives to maintain a safe working environment through the prevention of accidents, the preservation of equipment, and the achievement of safe working practices.
  • Maintains a positive and professional demeanor toward residents, visitors, families, and co-workers.
  • Adheres to all policies and procedures of Senior Lifestyle Corporation.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications/Skills/Educational Requirements:

  • A High School Diploma or General Education Degree; or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience
  • May require a CNA or CHHA licensure

http://jobs.seniorlifestyle.com/attendant-assisted-living/job/5345308

www.SeniorLifestyle.com  

Posted 18 May 2015

Dietary Aide – PT

 

Reflections Retirement

2750 W Fair Ave, Lancaster, OH 43130

740-653-1423

 

Job Status: Full Time

Job Reference #: 55348577737 - 59600938317

Job Description

The Dietary Aide provides assistance in all food functions as directed/instructed and in accordance with established food policies and procedures services to our residents. This position reports to the Director, Dining Services.

Essential Functions:

  • Serve meals that are palatable and appetizing in appearance
  • Assist in serving meals as necessary and on a timely basis
  • Serve food in accordance with established portion control procedures
  • Assist in daily or scheduled cleaning duties, in accordance with established policies and procedures
  • Clean work tables, meat blocks, refrigerators/freezers, etc
  • Sweep and mop floors as directed
  • Carry soiled utensils, etc., to wash area
  • Return clean utensils to proper storage areas
  • Wash and clean utensils as directed
  • Carry out garbage and keep work areas clean, dry and free of hazardous equipment, supplies, etc.
  • Set up meal trays, food carts, dining room, etc., as instructed
  • Assist cook in preparing meals
  • Distribute and collect menus as necessary
  • Obtain food supplies for next meal
  • Assist in checking diet trays before distribution
  • Deliver food carts, trays, etc., to designated areas
  • Serve food in dining room as instructed
  • Perform dishwashing/cleaning procedures. Assure that utensils, etc., are readily available for next meal
  • Remove food trays from carts, dining rooms, etc., and take to dishwashing area
  • Prepare and deliver snacks, etc., as instructed
  • Performs all duties in adherence to Senior Lifestyle Corporation standards.
  • Strives to maintain a safe working environment through the prevention of accidents, the preservation of equipment, and the achievement of safe working practices.
  • Maintains a positive and professional demeanor toward all residents, visitors and co-workers.
  • Adheres to all policies and procedures of Senior Lifestyle Corporation.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

 

Requirements

Qualifications/Skills/Educational Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or General Education Degree; or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience

Potential Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens:

  • This position may involve exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissue, requiring the use of personal protective equipment. Gloves should be worn for any contact with blood or body fluids/tissues. Gowns, masks, or eye covering may be needed if it is likely that soiling or splattering of blood may occur.
  • To reduce the risk of exposure to blood, body fluid, or tissue adherence to Standard Precaution is necessary. In the event of accidental exposure to potentially infectious blood or body fluids/tissues, appropriate medical evaluation and follow-up is available as outlined in the community exposure control plan located in every department.
  • It is the policy of this community to adopt work practices that will minimize health risks resulting from occupational exposure to blood and other potentially infected materials.

http://jobs.seniorlifestyle.com/dietary-aide-pt/job/5227135

 

www.SeniorLifestyle.com  

Posted 18 May 2015

LPN - Part Time

2750 W Fair Ave, Lancaster, OH 43130

740-653-1423

 

Job Status: Full Time

Job Reference #: 55348577737 - 23039504789

Job Description

Position Summary: Provides licensed nursing services to the Skilled Nursing Living residents, following the guidelines provided by Senior Lifestyle Corporation. This position reports to the Director of Nursing and may be required to supervise other staff positions.

Essential Functions:

  • Responsible for medication administration for the Skilled Nursing residents in compliance with Federal & State regulations and Senior Lifestyle Corporation guidelines.
  • May be responsible for the admissions of new resident to include all admission assessments and documentation.
  • Responsible for completing acute and long term care plans.
  • May be responsible for clinical system tracking eg.
  • Wounds or infection control under the direction of the director of nursing.
  • Provides general consultation regarding healthrelated concerns within the community.
  • Notifies physicians and/or family members of any change in resident's health and provides proper
  • documentation.
  • Responds quickly to all emergencies.
  • Maintains close communication with all departments and staff members.
  • Provides educational meetings for residents and staff.
  • Understands roll in the Safety & Disaster Plan.
  • Maintain confidentiality of residents' and prospective residents' information.
  • Attends all required training, in-service, and staff meetings.
  • Strives to maintain a safe working environment through the prevention of accidents, the preservation of equipment, and the achievement of safe working practices.
  • Maintains a positive and professional demeanor toward residents, visitors, families, and co-workers.
  • Adheres to all policies and procedures of Senior Lifestyle Corporation.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements

Qualifications/Skills/Educational Requirements:

  • A High School Diploma or General Education Degree; or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
  • Must have a Licensed Practical Nurse's License current in the state in which they are practicing.
  • Also, needs to be CPR Certified.

Potential Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens:

  • This position may involve exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissue, requiring the use of personal
  • protective equipment. Gloves should be worn for any contact with blood or body fluids/tissues. Gowns, masks, or eye covering may be needed if it is likely that soiling or splattering of blood may occur.
  • To reduce the risk of exposure to blood, body fluid, or tissue adherence to Standard Precaution is necessary. In the event of accidental exposure to potentially infectious blood or body fluids/tissues, appropriate medical evaluation and follow-up is available as outlined in the community exposure control plan located in every department.
  • It is the policy of this community to adopt work practices that will minimize health risks resulting from occupational exposure to blood and other potentially infected materials.

http://jobs.seniorlifestyle.com/lpn-part-time/job/5188072

www.SeniorLifestyle.com  

Posted 18 May 2015

 

Reentry Coordinator

Fairfield County Sheriff’s Department is seeking a full time, (40 hour per week) Reentry Coordinator.  Duties associated with the position include, but are not limited to: providing administrative oversight of the Second Chance Act (HOPE) federal grant and Office of Criminal Justice (JAG) state grant. The position requires the ability to effectively write reports and memorandum to track outcomes and present program data; strong research skills in order to evaluate data and new programs and strong communication skills in order to effectively communicate with staff and community partners.  The successful candidate will also possess grant writing skills in order to ensure continued funding of this valuable program. 

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

Candidates for this position must possess a Bachelor’s Degree.  A degree in Social Services, Criminal Justice or a related field is preferred. 1-2 years of experience in a related field is also desired. Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience, within a range of $35,000 to $45,000 a year.

            Applicants should go online to https://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us/AT  and complete an online application and attach a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements by Friday, June 5, 2015.                                   

Posted 21 May 2015                     

ProLogistix

Lockbourne, Ohio
____________________________
Job Qualifications:
Forklift Operators: Candidates must have at least 1 year forklift experience (preferably Cherry/Standup/Reach) and a High School Diploma or GED.
Currently we have openings on second shift; 4p to 12:30a Monday-Friday plus Overtime.
Pay Rate: $12.50 an hour with a $250.00 sign-on bonus


Packaging/Labeling: Candidates must have 6 months warehouse experience and a High School Diploma or GED.
Currently we have openings on 1st shift; Packaging hours are 7a to 3:30p, Labeling hours are 7:30a to 4:00p Monday-Friday plus Overtime (The overtime hours for labeling are 6:30a to 5p).
Pay Rate: $10.00 an hour for 1st, $10.25 an hour for 2nd


Leads: Candidates must have 1 – 2 years in logistics, warehouse, or an industry related field. Lead experience is also required, as is a High School Diploma or GED.
Currently we have openings on 1st and 2nd.
Pay Rate: $15.00 an hour for 1st, $15.25 an hour for 2nd

Application Instructions:
Qualifying candidates please apply at www.applyplx.com or we would like to invite them to apply at our onsite facility:

 Monday- Friday 9am-3pm
1450 Commodity Blvd
Lockbourne, Oh 43137

Posted: 5/26/15

 

Priority Investigation Associates

 

Help Wanted

Part time on Call Security Officer

With Investigator Trainee Opportunities Available

Immediate Openings

Newark & Surrounding Areas

Mostly Nights & Weekends-Some Holidays required

Flexible Schedule, Comfortable Conditions, Decent Pay

Read or Study while you Work

Some Walking required.

Must be at least 18 years old

Clean criminal background

Reliable Transportation & Cell Phone

Must be willing to submit to Drug Screen if Requested

Uniforms & Training provided

Contact to Schedule Interview or for More Information

(740) 966-5992

agent@pi-1.com

Posted: 26 May 2015

Lillibridge

Maintenance Technician
Columbus, Ohio


Job Description

The Maintenance Technician is responsible for the general maintenance and orderliness of the property mechanicals and electrical systems to ensure optimal operations and client/tenant satisfaction.

Responsibilities
· Responsible for all tasks related to the physical maintenance and repairs of the assigned buildings; allowing these buildings to remain operational at all times
· Responsible for all physical improvement program implementation
· Duties will include, but not be limited to, all day-to-day maintenance, repairs and improvement tasks, ranging from routine inspection to work orders issued
· Respond to emergency situations in accordance with departmental protocol
· Assist Supervisor in establishing and maintaining all equipment, tools and supplies in stock, inventories and logs
· Create and implement, with Supervisor, a comprehensive preventative maintenance plan and maintain all related records and logs
· Control expenses associated with the operation of the buildings. Insure buildings are in compliance with the existing codes
· In a timely manner, report and relay to the Supervisor, all information related to the operation of the buildings
· Participate as an active team member with all administrative and maintenance co-workers
· Adheres to all safety standards, policies & procedures, and codes of conduct
· Act in a professional manner at all times with tenants, hospital client, co-workers, vendors, etc
· Other duties and special projects as assigned


Job Requirements
· Minimum of three years of related work experience and technical training. Medical office building experience preferred
· CFC handling certification a plus
· Ability to understand and interpret design documents, manufacturer’s specifications and written operation procedures
· Excellent interpersonal skills to ensure teamwork and positive client/tenant/co-worker relations
· Above average verbal and written skills
· Ability to exercise prudent judgment
· Ability to organize and prioritize tasks to ensure accuracy and timely completion
· Basic aptitude for mathematics
· Ability to lift and move 100 pound objects by applying proper body mechanics
· Knowledge of various energy saving programs
· Proficient in work order related software programs


____________________________
Application Instructions:
http://www.careerbuilder.com/jobseeker/jobs/jobdetails.aspx?

Posted 2 June 2015

Forward Air, Inc.

North America's Most Complete Road Feeder Network

Top 5 Reasons to work for our trucking company:

  • Part-time Dock work employment with the opportunity for full-time based on work quality and attendance
  • Great benefits package, 401k, medical, dental, and life insurance available for full time
  • Flexible work schedules and a positive work environment
  • Company's financial stability ensures future employment
  • Advancement opportunities. We have 92 terminals nationwide.

Company-paid Background Checks and

Pre-Employment drug screens are required.

Contact Steve Thornsberry at 1-800-347-0071, ext. 3239 between 8-5:00

Or apply in person at 6800 Port Road, Groveport, Ohio  43125

Posted 2 June 2015

Fairfield County Educational Service Center

Job Posting

 

Job Title:                              Highly Qualified Instructional Aide for 2015-16 School Year

Job Description:                See Attachment

Location:                              Varies – Preschool and Low Incidence Units in Fairfield County

Type:                                     Certified                              Classified            

Full time Equivalency:    1.0 (5 days per week)  or  0.8 (4 days per week)

Length of Contract:         Months:                 9            9.5         10          10.5        11           12

            Days:                     185         195         205         215         225         245

 

Posting Date:                     June 1, 2015

Posted To:                          FCESC Website                  ODE                                       Other:

Expires:                                                Until Filled

Requirements/Qualifications:

  • State of Ohio Licensure/Certification
  • Meet all requirements of law and governed by Ohio Law 
  • Good attendance and work experience

 

Contact:  Lisa Frasure

Send Resume, Cover Letter, FCESC Application, Transcripts to:

Fairfield County Educational Service Center

ATTN: Lisa Frasure

955 Liberty Drive

Lancaster, OH  43130

Or Email: lfrasure@fairfieldesc.org

Posted 2 June 2015

Fairfield County Educational Service Center

CLASSIFICATION: CLASSIFIED

TITLE: HIGHLY QUALIFIED INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT

QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Must have a high school diploma or GED Equivalency
  2. Must have an OHIO ESEA Qualified Aid Permit. This permit requires the applicant to meet at least ONE of the following requirements:
    1. Successfully complete at least two years (48 semester hours) of study at an institution of higher education
    2. An associate's degree from an accredited institution of higher education
    3. Passing with a minimum score of 456 on the ParaPro Assessment provided by the Educational Testing Service. For more information regarding the exam, please see the ParaPro website or you may call ETS to request a registration bulletin at 1-800-772-9476.
  3. Must have experience working with children.
  4. Must be available for consistent employment during assigned school hours for the school year.
  5. Must be able to carry a minimum of 50 pounds.

REPORTS TO: Special Education Supervisor, Building Principal and is under the general supervision of the classroom teacher.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Implements programs for students with disabilities under the direction of the teacher such as lesson plans, behavior intervention plans, disciplinary actions, crisis intervention, etc.
  2. Supervises individual students and/or groups of students to ensure a safe environment and consistent implementation of interventions in such areas at the students' home base, inclusion, classrooms, busses, playgrounds, lunchrooms, etc.
  3. Monitors and assesses progress by gathering data and maintaining clear, accurate records to inform planning under the supervision of the intervention specialist and general classroom teacher.
  4. Demonstrates a working knowledge of and carries out behavior plans for handling aggressive/assaultive behaviors.
  5. Follows prescribed medical plans, assists students with personal hygiene care and utilization of restroom facilities.
  6. Works with assigned students individually and in groups to address social skills, stress reduction, anger control, self-concept, and issues related to transition, behavior management and intervention plans.
  7. Lift and carry a minimum of 50 lbs., stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, climb, balance, walk and stand as the situation requires.
  8. Other duties as assigned by Special Education Supervisor, Building Principal and is under the genral supervision of the classroom teacher.

OTHER CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT:

  1. Must remain free of any alcohol or non-prescribed controlled substance abuse in the workplace throughout his/her employment with the ESC.
  2. Pass state and federal background checks.
  3. Must maintain confidentiality regarding students' information.

Posted 2 June 2015

Fairfield County Educational Service Center

Job Posting

 

Job Title:                              Intervention Specialist  for 2015-16 School Year

Job Description:                See Attachment

Location:                              Varies – Preschool and Low Incidence Units in Fairfield County

Type:                                     Certified                              Classified            

Full time Equivalency:    1.0 (5 days per week)

Length of Contract:         Months:                 9            9.5         10          10.5        11           12

           Days:                     185         195         205         215         225         245

 

Posting Date:                     June 1, 2015

Posted To:                          FCESC Website                  ODE                                       Other:

Expires:                                                Until Filled

Requirements/Qualifications:

  • State of Ohio Licensure/Certification
  • Meet all requirements of law and governed by Ohio Law 
  • Good attendance and work experience

 

Contact:  Lisa Frasure

Send Resume, Cover Letter, FCESC Application, Transcripts to:

Fairfield County Educational Service Center

ATTN: Lisa Frasure

955 Liberty Drive

Lancaster, OH  43130

Or Email: lfrasure@fairfieldesc.org

Posted 2 June 2015

Fairfield County Educational Service Center

JOB DESCRIPTION: Classroom Teacher

JOB DUTIES:

Provides an appropriate educational program for students in accordance with adopted State Board of Education rules and the Fairfield County ESC policies and procedures.

Develops, implements, and evaluates an Individual Educational Program (IEP) for each student in the class.

Consults with administrative and supervisory personnel regarding progress and problems of students and the program.

Works cooperatively with other classroom teachers, interpreting teh abilities and disabilities of the students to the entire staff to assure the integration of the students into the total school program.

Conducts at least two face-to-face conferences per year with each parent.

Assists in screening, evaluating, and placement of children and the transition of a student to other programs.

Consults with nurse, psychologists, speech/language pathologist, audiologist, and other specialists working with the students.

Organizes physical space of classroom for effective instruction.

Keeps records of attendance, progress, and all other records pertinent to the program and Fairfield County ESC procedures guiding record keeping.

(In conjunction, and if applicable) maintains, oversees and recommends repair or purchase of specialized hearing equipment for use by faculty and students.

Undertakes continuing professional study including participation in the activities of professional organizations, enrollment in university level classes, and personal investigation of current literature pertaining to children with disabilities.

Attends parent and staff meeting.

Provides in-service training sessions for staff and parents.

Obtains additional training as required by the State Department of Education for teacher certification.

Performs such other duties and assumes such other responsibilities as requested by the Fairfield County ESC office administration.

Posted 2 June 2015

Fairfield County Education Service Center

Job Posting

 

 

Job Title:                              Supervisor

6 Preschool Classrooms in 5 locations

3 Low Incidence  Classrooms at Liberty Union

                                               

Job Description:                See Attachment

Location:                              FCESC Office

Type:                                     Certified                              Classified            

Full time Equivalency:    1.0

Length of Contract:         Months:                 9            9.5         10          10.5        11           12

           Days:                     185         195         205         215         225         245

Posting Date:                     June 1, 2015

Posted To:                          FCESC Website                  ODE                                       Other:

Expires:                                                Until Filled

Requirements/Qualifications:

  • State of Ohio Licensure/Certification
  • Meet all requirements of law and governed by Ohio Law 
  • Good attendance and work experience

 

Contact: Lisa Frasure, FCESC, 740-653-3193

Send Resume, Cover Letter, FCESC Application, Transcripts to:

Fairfield County Educational Service Center

ATTN:  Lisa Frasure

955 Liberty Drive

Lancaster, OH  43130

Or Email: lfrasure@fairfieldesc.org

Posted 2 June 2015

Special Education Supervisor

Fairfield County ESC

Qualifications:

  1. Masters Degree in special education or educational administration/leadership or supervision; demonstrated familiarity with special education law and regulations
  2. Experience in the areas of (a) special education services and (b) supervision of staff
  3. Broad knowledge of state and federal special education laws, regulations, procedures and reporting requirements
  4. Demonstrated ability to effectively administer special education programs and to work with parents, community groups and agencies
  5. Strong leadership and communication skills
  6. Required criminal background check and proof of U.S. citizenship
  7. Valid Ohio License

Job Goals:

  1. To provide leadership and direction to enable students with special education services to benefit from their educational opportunities to the fullest by eliminating or ameliorating barriers that interfere with student learning.
  2. To provide current information to districts about policy and law mandates that affect special education services.

Performance Responsibilities:

  1. Provides leadership in the development of the district’s special education program; coordinates and supervises related activities and services. Evaluates existing programs and makes recommendations for improvements.
  2. Assumes responsibility for the support, supervision and evaluation of certified and noncertified special education staff.
  3. Keeps informed of all legal requirements governing special education, keeps staff informed of legal requirements and ensures that all requirements under administrative code, state/federal law and board policy are met.
  4. Recommends policies and programs essential to the needs of children with special needs.
  5. Adheres to procedures for identification, evaluation, placement and re-evaluation of students in need of special education and/or related services.
  6. Supervises and coordinates the activities of the IEP team members and ensures the placement of individual student s with special needs in those educational situations best suited to their needs and in the least restrictive environment.
  7. Supervises and coordinates home instruction for homebound or hospitalized special education pupils.
  8. Writes or coordinates the writing of 504 plans and conducts all 504 meetings.
  9. Assumes responsibility for district compliance with regulations regarding school special education programs. Plans, develops and coordinates the district’s system of special education services.
  10. Oversees the development and effective delivery of the district’s special education program, including the development and maintenance of the cumulative records of students receiving special services.
  11. Initiates, facilitates and maintains liaison with community agencies and other resources to meet pupils’ special needs. Refers parent and child to agencies when appropriate.
  12. Interprets the objectives of the district’s special education program to parents, students, staff and the community.
  13. Collaborates with building principal to plan, coordinate and evaluate the special services program and to evaluate the performance of special education staff assigned to each school.
  14. Participates in the development and implementation of in-service and training programs.
  15. Makes budget and staffing recommendations.
  16. Attends IEP team meetings and assumes responsibility for the preparation and timely submission of all required data, documents and reports, in order to assure district compliance with legal requirements and EMIS reporting.
  17. Works with the transportation supervisor to arrange transportation of students with disabilities.
  18. Attends and provides support at all manifestation determination team meetings.
  19. Performs other related duties as may be assigned by the superintendent.

Revised 11/5/14

Posted 2 June 2015

 

Democratic National Committee looking for Summer, Fall, and Spring interns.

 

For more information please visit: https://www.democrats.org/internships.

If you have any questions, please contact Dana Berardi at internapp@dnc.org.

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE
INTERNSHIP PROGRAM


This program provides a unique opportunity for hardworking, passionate future leaders
to gain hands-on experience in Democratic politics, strengthen their understanding
of the political process and prepare for the political opportunities. In addition to typical
intern duties, interns will have the chance to volunteer in community outreach projects
and grassroots organizing, assist at DNC functions, take tours across the Washington,
D.C. area and attend weekly meetings hosted by DNC staff. Each department offers a
unique learning experience, ultimately contributing to the success of Democrats throughout the nation.

Department Descriptions:
Accounting Department
The Accounting Department manages both the budget and finances for the DNC. Department responsibilities include, but are not limited to: ensuring Federal Election Commission (FEC) filings are completed timely and accurately in compliance with FEC guidelines; maintaining vendor relations, coordinating timely payments, processing invoices and reimbursements, tracking donor deposits, and helping to administer DNC’s joint fundraisers with various campaigns and states. Interns can expect to assist in these processes, completing tasks including filing, drafting reports in and out of excel.
Association of Democratic State Chairs (ASDC)
The Association of State Democratic Chairs provides guidance, support, and technical assistance to state Democratic parties. It trains new state chairs, vice chairs, executive directors, and staff. It serves as a liaison for state parties and coordinates meetings and forums. A list of current state chairs, state party headquarters, and executive directors is available from the ASDC office. Interns can expect to provide support to the ASDC training and operations departments by helping to plan and manage ASDC events and trainings, maintaining and consistently updating the ASDC member database, and communicating with members by drafting emails and using basic digital skills.
Chief Executive Officer’s Department
The office of the CEO provides central management of the Democratic National Committee. It coordinates the work of DNC Divisions to ensure an efficient and coordinated strategy and program. The Chief Executive Officer develops the strategic plan for the DNC as it relates to supporting a democratic president’s agenda and the election of Democrats at Federal and state levels and insuring that the strategy is implemented. The CEO also oversees the day-to-day operation of the Committee. Interns can expect to assist in these processes by preparing briefings for upcoming meetings, booking travel and providing further operational support.
Communications Department
The Communications Department facilitates the DNC's interaction with the public. Using traditional methods of communication (e.g. press releases and media events) in combination with new media tools (e.g. website content and online tools), communications works to promote President Obama's agenda and provide support to our state parties, Democratic candidates and officeholders. Through our rapid response, research efforts and regional press teams, communications holds Republicans accountable, advances the party’s principles, and helps Democrats win elections. Interns can expect to assist in these processes by media monitoring, list building and maintenance, drafting written materials, and assisting with general needs of the department.
Digital Department
The Digital Department specializes in online organizing, advocacy, and fundraising, communicating directly with the DNC's long-time subscribers and newly-recruited members. By using the DNC's own website and email lists, as well as social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, the digital department is continuing to build on the Obama campaign's success to harness online interaction and participation to help pass the President's agenda and elect Democratic candidates across the country. Interns can expect to assist in these processes by creating content, monitoring social media and collecting stories for upcoming projects.
Finance Department
The Finance Department oversees the fundraising operations at the DNC and is responsible for raising the funds that fuel Democratic Party activities in all 50 states. An intern in finance will learn the ins and outs of political fundraising. Interns will assist finance staff in the planning and execution of DNC fundraisers across the country. Typical daily intern tasks will consist of promoting upcoming events, managing donor databases, processing contributions, as well as other administrative tasks. However, the most rewarding part of being an intern in finance is being able to help staff local fundraising events with top Democratic leaders.
Marketing Department
The Marketing Department is responsible for the direct mail and telemarketing fundraising at the DNC. Marketing staff work closely with the communications, research and political departments to ensure that our messaging to our donors is in line with our paid and earned media efforts. Marketing also handles the merchandise produced and sold by the DNC. Interns can expect to assist in these processes by taking phone calls, sorting mail, managing databases, creating mail packets, participating in production calls, mail calls, and strategy meetings.
Media Center
The DNC Media Center is responsible for all of the media needs of the DNC and Democratic members of Congress. The studio manages all video, television and other operations for media production including satellite shoots for live television, in studio shoots for members of congress, and on location shoots for the President and other members of the Executive Branch. Interns can expect to participate in these processes by assisting on the video shoots with members of congress, cataloging and organizing video equipment, and digitizing tapes from past election cycles for our opposition research efforts.
Office of the Chair
The Chair’s Office is responsible for assisting, staffing, and prepping the Chair in all of her DNC-related responsibilities. Interns can expect to assist the Deputy Director and provide support for Chair’s Office to maximize the Chair’s efficiency and efficacy in leading the Democratic Party. Responsibilities Include, but are not limited to: Compiling daily news clips, managing data, conducting research, and periodically operating the front desk.
Office of the Secretary
The Office of the Secretary coordinates the planning of all National Committee, Executive Committee and Standing Committee meetings. This office also serves as the DNC’s liaison to the National Committee members. As the Party’s official record keeper, the secretary’s office maintains the DNC’s official membership lists and coordinates archival storage of the Party’s official records. It also compiles the list of national convention delegates, oversees convention voting operations, and publishes the official proceedings of each convention. Interns can expect to assist in these processes by monitoring media, helping plan and staff DNC meetings and by responding to correspondence, among other projects.
Operations
The DNC Operations department is responsible for management and monitoring of the committee’s day to day business and legal activities. The department ensures that the business operations are efficient and effective and that the committee resources are managed in a way that allows for the implementation of the strategic plan as determined by the executive director. Interns can expect to assist in these processes by performing essential office duties, such as filing invoices, managing databases, responding to correspondence, staffing events, and helping to plan intern events. Interns will have the opportunity to interact with every department of the DNC, fostering a strong understanding of business operations for a mid-size organization.
Party Affairs and Delegate Selection (PADS)
This department oversees the institutional affairs of the Democratic National Committee: party rules, the delegate selection, DNC and convention standing committees, official appointments and nominations, and early preparations for the convention. Interns can expect to assist in these processes by monitoring media, conducting legislative research, preparing briefs and memos, and staffing meetings.
Political Department
The Political Department develops and implements the coordinated campaign strategy on behalf of the DNC with Democratic candidates at federal, state and local levels. The political department also coordinates the interaction between the Party, state parties, and allied organizations. Interns can expect to assist in these processes by preparing briefs and memos for principal travel and events, conducting intensive research on a variety of projects, in addition to providing staff with full office support.
Research Department
The Research Department is responsible for fact-checking Republicans and defending Democrats. They do the deep digging on Republican presidential candidates to find the information that helps Democrats win national elections. They are responsible for knowing all there is to know about key political players. They hold Republicans accountable through tracking their events, monitoring news and social media, diving into news and video archives, and gathering various types of data to pull out information that will be used in ads, press releases, articles, speeches, and debates to name a few. Interns can expect to assist in these processes though monitoring media, transcribing, tracking and collecting data.
Technology Department
The Technology Department provides the DNC and its affiliates with data-driven solutions to high-level strategic and operational problems. The department is responsible for designing, building, and supporting an ever-increasing number of innovative applications and large-scale databases. Technology interns are exposed to the next, newest, and greatest advancements in political technology. Interns will be asked to take on special projects for various teams in the Technology department and, from time-to-time, other departments of the DNC. Each internship will be uniquely tailored to the skill-set of the individual selected, but will be designed to enhance each intern’s understanding of the critical strategic role that technology plays in every facet of the Political process.
Voter Expansion
The DNC Voter Expansion Program seeks to make the voting process easier and more accurate by ensuring that each eligible voter is able to register, each registered voter is able to cast a vote and that each vote is accurately counted. Interns will conduct research and writings about a variety of voting rights and election administration issues, including state compliance with federal election laws, redistricting, and legal and legislative developments on the state and national level that affect the right to vote. Interns can expect to assist with research on various topics, draft memos to succinctly summarize research, help develop our online and social media presence, and participate in on-going projects about voting rights and voter protection.

Posted 16 June 2015

HARRY & DAVID

Now hiring

DC Leadership

Main Job Responsibilities

  • Responsible for all labor & processes within the assigned work area
  • Assist n training processes & specific duties & serve as the first point of contact for associate questions/concerns
  • Ensure proper storage & handling of product to ensure company quality standards
  • Proficiency & knowledge required in Warehouse Management System (WNS)

Pay starts at $13.05/hr

To apply for the leadership positions please send your resume to Misty Burke at Mdburke@harryanddavid.com

Posted 17 June 2015

1-800-flowers.com

Now hiring

Contact Center Associates

Benefits after 90 days!

Pay starts at $10.25/hr!

Main Job Responsibilities

  • Communicate verbally & in writing using an engaging manner that promotes dialogue & establishes rapport with the customer
  • Place orders and provide white glove customer service for consumer sympathy orders
  • Meet all company goals & metrics
  • Maintain composure & professionalism while handling highly emotional escalations

To apply for the contact center positions, please send your resume to Elizabeth Olive at Eolive @harryanddavid.com

Posted 17 June 2015

FAIRFIELD COUNTY, OHIO

Economic Development Assistant

Fairfield County is seeking a full time, (40 hour per week) Economic Development Assistant.  Duties associated with the position include workforce development; providing administrative support to various economic development initiatives; performing research and analysis of business and professional journals and government regulations and assisting with administrative tasks as assigned by the Economic Development Director.  The position requires strong writing skills and the successful candidate will be required to draft various reports, business correspondence and procedural manuals. The position also requires strong communication skills, including occasional public speaking.   The ability to provide excellent customer service to both internal and external customers is also required.  The ideal candidate would be a self-starter with strong problem solving and organizational skills and an eye for detail.      

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

Candidates for this position must possess an undergraduate degree in Business Administration, Marketing or a related field.  A Bachelor’s degree is preferred.  

Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience, within a range of $27,000 to $32,000 a year.

Applicants should go online to https://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us/AT  and complete an online application and attach a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements by Monday, July 6, 2015.                                         

Posted 17 June 2015

United Way of Licking County

 

FINANCE DIRECTOR
Number of Positions: 1
Job Location: Newark, Ohio
Job Qualifications:
ANNUAL SALARY: $42,000.00-$63,000.00
FULL TIME  SALARIED EXEMPT
FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE MAY BE REQUIRED
Position Summary:
Under the direct supervision of the Executive Director this position performs various accounting and data entry activities in support of the financial processes of the Licking County United Way.
Essential Duties:
1. Coordinate and/or perform all financial operations for the Licking County United Way.
2. Perform data entry and retrieval (including reports) functions for the annual campaign and financial responsibilities. Utilize established procedures to enter daily receipts, campaign pledges, payments and adjustments into campaign data base, which includes research to insure proper credit to accounts and filing documents to complete process. Prepare daily receipts for ACH deposits.
3. Review, identify, and document technical procedures and processes, communicate approved changes and perform training when necessary.
4. Conduct monthly review of general ledger to assure accuracy for posting of expenses, income and associated accounts receivable/funds activity.
5. Review and prepare statements for accounts receivables.
6. Monitor batching processes to insure timely and accurate input of campaign pledges and associated data.
7. Prepare billings for pledges, process credit card payments and print receipts for credit card payments.
8. Provide support to outsourced accounting and audit firms. This includes preparation of documents applicable for balancing receivables, generating monthly financial statements and required reports and retrieval of necessary historical data to support annual audit. Maintain required documentation from financial institutions. Obtain interest rates for CDs, savings accounts, money market accounts.
9. Prepare regularly scheduled agency allocation and donor designation payment schedules and initiate processing.
10. Plan and compile reports required by United Way Worldwide & Ohio United Way which includes Data Base II.
11. Respond to inquiries from donor companies, individuals, other United Ways and funded or designated agencies concerning pledges, statements and receivables.
Qualifications:
  Associate degree in accounting or related finance area required.
  Demonstrated experience with accounting practices and standards (not-for-profit preferred) and Microsoft products. Ability to learn, use, and explain/train new computer concepts/systems.
  Ability to maintain a professional demeanor, using tact and discretion when working with volunteers, staff and community partners from diverse backgrounds.
  Demonstrated ability to process and handle confidential information.
  Proven organizational skills; follow-thru and detail oriented. Ability to work in a deadline driven, team focused environment.
  Proven effective communications skills both written and verbal.
  Proven problem-solving skills.
  Possession of valid Ohio driverโ€™s license. Local travel required.

Application Instructions:  Application Process: Please submit a cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to: DDingus@unitedwaylc.org

Other Information:  REMOVAL DATE: 6-30-15
Posted: 23 June 2015

 

LICKING COUNTY GOVERNMENT

HUMAN RESOURCES

Date Opened: June 23, 2015 Date Closed: July 1, 2015
Position: Case Manager Supervisor 1
Agency: Child Support Enforcement Agency
Minimum Qualifications:
-Two years experience as an Investigator 2, 30142.
-Or completion of two years technical training or undergraduate major core coursework in criminology, social work, psychology or related field. Also requires two years investigative experience in a social service agency or similar environment.
-Or one course or six months experience in interviewing techniques, one course or six months experience in business math, one course or six months experience in criminal investigations, one course or six months experience in case preparation techniques, one course or six months experience in criminal courts proceedings, one course or six months experience in techniques of writing, and one course in typing, keyboarding or word processing. Also requires two years investigative experience in a social service agency or similar environment.
-Or education, training and / or experience in an amount equal to the Minimum Qualifications stated above.
Additional Qualifications (Agency/Dept. Qualifications):
Knowledge of supervisory and personnel practices. Skills in written and oral communication, supervising and organization. Excellent interpersonal skills. Ability to multi-task. Previous management experience preferred. Knowledge of child support policies and procedures preferred.
Hours: Full Time, 8:00AM – 5:00PM
Salary: $42,000 - $46,000 annually or commensurate with experience
Duties:
 Provides direct supervision to the Child Support Case Manager, will oversee all child support functions including collections, disbursements and other related fiscal issues and supervises other assigned personnel.
 Assigns work, provides training and evaluates employee performance; receives and resolves employee issues according to established guidelines; approves timesheets and leave requests; recommends corrective action as necessary.
 Provides oversight and assistance in the administration of the work of the department; assists staff with review; monitors team performance through SETS management reports and random audits; reviews team correspondence, legal referrals, administrative review recommendations, etc.; assists staff with application of child support guidelines to new and existing orders; provides assistance to staff with case issues (e.g., interstate cases, administrative reviews, arrears only, enforcement cases); answers questions and provides information on agency / department services as appropriate. Responds by phone or written correspondence as necessary.
 Determines need for new staff; interviews applicants and makes recommendations hiring of new employees; initiates corrective actions for employees (up to and including termination), disciplines subordinates; reviews, approves or denies employee requests for leave; completes performance evaluations on subordinates work; provides training and guidance to subordinates concerning case management issues; conducts staff meetings; trains subordinates on new procedures and guidelines.
 Interviews and hires candidates for employment. Actively involved in employee and / or labor relations and contract negotiations. Responds to grievances and complaints.
 Represents the agency in specific child support matters; performs a variety of administrative functions to ensure efficient operation of department; formulates, recommends, implements and administers new and revised policies and procedures; prepares reports; attends training as necessary; initiates resolution with state on system issues and provides follow-up as necessary; remains informed of current developments and procedures pertinent to duties; and may be required to attend seminars / training.
 Serves as IT back-up when applicable.
Application Procedures: Employees wishing to apply for the posted vacancy shall submit a letter of interest. A letter of interest shall include a resume and a cover letter indicating qualifications in detail. All other applicants must submit a completed application, resume and cover letter. Please submit to the Human Resources Department, 20 South Second Street, 3rd. Floor, Newark, Ohio 43055 between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. daily. Applications can be obtained in person in the Human Resources Department or printed from the website at www.lcounty.com.
Licking County is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted 23 June 2015

UNITED WAY OF LICKING COUNTY


Job Title: FUNDS DIRECTOR

Number of Positions: 1

Job Location: Newark, Ohio

Job Qualifications:
ANNUAL SALARY: $55,000.00-$82,500.00
FULL TIME  SALARIED EXEMPT
FLEXIBLE SCHEDULE MAY BE REQUIRED
Position Summary:
Under the direct supervision of the Executive Director this position is responsible for the success of the annual campaign, fund raising events, grant applications, and the leadership giving program. Responsible for annually increasing the overall funds raised allowing United Way to carry out its mission.
Essential Duties:
1. Build new and retain current relationships/partnerships to maximize employer and individual campaign contributions.
2. Collect, maintain, analyze, and use campaign data to increase campaign revenues.
3. Develop strategic and operational plans in support of fundraising goals and objectives.
4. Regularly contact and build relationships with prospective business accounts leading to new giving accounts.
5. Coordinate all special United Way campaigns including Combined Charitable Campaign and residential and retiree campaigns.
6. Recruit, train, support, and manage the Loaned Executive program and staff.
7. Recruit, train, and manage the campaign volunteers.
8. Develop all written campaign communications including letters, flyers, training materials, and forms.
9. Meet or exceed annual revenue goals set for annual campaign, special fundraising events, and leadership giving.
10. Identify grant opportunities for areas of need and apply for funding. Apply for and secure funding.
11. Represent United Way in community organizations and events which are determined to provide a strategic advantage to fundraising and community awareness.
12. Maintain confidentiality.
13. Actively participate as a team player in support of staff, volunteers, community, and programs.
Qualifications:
  Bachelorโ€™s degree in funds development, sales/marketing, communications, project management or related field is required.
  Minimum three yearsโ€™ of experience in a related field; experience in funds development preferred.
  Proven customer service focus and ability to foster team-based environment.
  Experience in staff/volunteer management.
  Demonstrated persuasive, decision-making, time management, and organizational skills.
  Effective communication skills, both oral and written.
  Ability to maintain a professional demeanor, tact, and discretion when working with staff, volunteers, and community partners from diverse backgrounds.
  Ability to proficiently operate computers and learn software programs.
  Possession of valid Ohio driverโ€™s license. Local travel required.
  Knowledge of community preferred.

Application Instructions:  Application Process: Please submit a cover letter, resume and 3 professional references to: DDingus@unitedwaylc.org

Other Information:  REMOVAL DATE: 6-29-15
Posted 23 June 2015

 

LANCASTER-FAIRFIELD COMMUNITY ACTION AGENCY

June 2015

Lancaster-Fairfield Community Action Agency – Early Childhood Programs serve low-income children and families. We are seeking qualified applicants for the following fulltime positions:

Help Me Grow Home Visitor: Responsible for providing home based services for all eligible Help Me Grow Home Visiting families including pregnant women and children birth to age three. These services include completing weekly home visits, screenings, assessments, and implementing the Parents As Teachers curriculum. BA Degree in human services or related fields preferred. Minimum of Associates Degree required. Must have reliable transportation and a valid Ohio Driver’s License.

Help Me Grow Supervisor: Responsible for coordinating program services for all eligible Help Me Grow parents with children birth to age three. These services include the implementation of Help Me Grow Early Intervention and Home Visiting programs. The Supervisor will be directly responsible for oversight of the Help Me Grow staff and will include responsibilities of maintaining a caseload of families as Service Coordinator and Home Visitor. BA Degree in human services or related field required. Minimum of two years supervisory experience preferred. Must have reliable transportation and a valid Ohio Driver’s License.

Bus Driver: The Bus Driver will be responsible for providing transportation to and from the Head Start programs. Must have a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) and complete an annual physical examination and random drug test. High School diploma or equivalent required. Must have the ability to lift/carry up to 50 pounds.

All positions require a pre-employment background check and drug screen.

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by July 17, 2015 to:

HR Director, P.O. Box 768, Lancaster, OH 43130

EEO Employer. No phone calls.

Posted: 23 June 2015

Eversole Builders, Inc.

is a local Post Fram construction company, and we are looking for full-time or part-time construction laborers to work Monday though Friday daytime shift.

Salary plus benefits

Starting pay $12/hr.

Time and a half after 40 hours/week

Health care after 90-day probationary period

Paid holidays after 90-day probationary period

Paid vacation after 1 year

401K after 1 year with employer match

We participate in the BWC Drug FRee Safety Program to help keep our employees safe.

Please call 740-654-2855 for further details, or come by and apply at 2495 Election House Road, Lancaster, Ohio.

Posted 25 June 2015

Licking County Family YMCA

Early Childhood Education Administrator
Newark

6/30/15
Job Qualifications:
Early Childhood Education Administrator
Imagine going to work knowing that what you do each day positively influences the lives of the people in your community. Working at the Licking County Family YMCA, you’ll discover more than a job—you will have an opportunity to make a lasting difference in the Licking County community.
The EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ADMINISTRATOR is responsible for the development, coordination, planning, administration, supervision and delivery of the Pre-School program that is fully integrated into the YMCA’s mission, as well as the strategic and operating plans.
This is a full-time year-round exempt level position located at our Newark branch.
Requirements:
  Bachelor’s degree in Child Development, Early Childhood Education or related field.
  Must be able to meet ODJFS Administrator requirements.
  Two (2) years direct experience working with children under the age of five (5) years.
  Two (2) years of supervisory experience in a child care program.
  Previous experience in developing, organizing, promoting and directing child care programs and    services.
  Knowledge of early childhood teaching practices.
  Computer proficiency with Windows-based programs.

Application Instructions:
Submit completed application or resume to the Licking County Family YMCA Human Resources Department, 470 West Church Street, Newark, Ohio 43055 or to shirley.drake@lcfymca.org. Applications can be obtained in person during normal business hours or printed from www.lcfymca.org. For questions, please contact Shirley Drake at 740-349.5208.

Posted 30 June 2015

 

CORRECTIONS LPN

 


The Fairfield County Sheriff’s office is looking for a part time Corrections LPN. The primary purpose of this position is to assist the jail physician and RN with prisoner medical services. Current LPN Nursing certification and experience with corrections environment is preferred. This position is scheduled for on call hours in addition to regular scheduled hours. The regular hours will be 2nd shift with some overlap with 1st shift; Approximately 30 hour work week.
Starting salary is $ 17.00 an hour.
Applicants should go online to https://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us/AT and complete an online
application and attach a cover letter, resume, and salary requirements by September 2, 2015.

Posted 21 July 2015

UPS Job Opportunities

Part-time Package Handlers
Pay is $10.10 per hour to start
 

Position is fast paced and physical, requiring constant movement, (bending, stooping, kneeling and crawling).  Acceptable candidate will have the ability to lift up to 70 pounds and willing to work in a time critical, warehouse environment.  Employees will work approximately 3.5 to 5 hrs daily, Monday thru Friday.

 

Approximate Shifts Include:    3:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.

                                                     or

                                      4:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

 

Employee Benefits Package Includes: (after one yr of employment)

●Health, Dental and Vision Coverage
●Prescription Coverage
●Life Insurance
●401K eligibility
●Discount Employee Stock Purchase Program (DESPP)

 

UNION INFORMATION:  The Teamster’s Union represents part-time employees.  Within 30 working days employees must pay a one time initiation fee of $125.00 which is paid through payroll deductions of $25.00 for five weeks.  Union dues follow and they are $22.00 per month.

 

Apply Online at www.upsjobs.com

UPS is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted 22 July 2015

 

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

POSITION DESCRIPTION

IT SYSTEMS SPECIALIST

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:     Director of Quality, Innovation and Planning

DEPARTMENT:                        Quality, Innovation and Planning

SPECIFICATIONS: 

This position is responsible for maintaining the Board’s information technology systems, including all hardware, software, and network applications, provides training and technical assistance to staff, and assists in preparing recommendations to the Board on technology needs.

This position is part of the technology team, and is a service-based position.  This term means that our effectiveness is measured by how well we use technology to help the employees of the Board achieve our mission.

As an employee of the Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities, the job incumbent shall comply with the Board’s policies at all times, assist in the implementation of the Board’s mission, vision and values, and shall demonstrate respect for, support dignity of, and observe the rights of all individuals served by the agency.

FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES:

70 %  Responsible for the planning, acquisition and implementation of technology needs for the Board.  Employee shall apply systems analysis techniques and procedures, including consulting with users to determine hardware, software or system functionality specifications. 

Ensures the stable operation of the in-house computer networks.  This includes planning, developing, installing, configuring, maintaining, supporting, and optimizing all hardware, software, and communication links.

Ensures that our system provides adequate protection from hacking, information breaches, and virus intrusion.  This may involve the help of outside security vendors to test our systems.

Ensures that our system is compliant with the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA).  This function may involve the help of outside vendors to test the viability of our system.

Works in cooperation with the Fairfield County Data Processing department (FCDP) and network support vendors.  Also serves as contact point for proprietary software such as Gatekeeper and Intellivue

Coordinates with FCDP to with ensuring network security, data back-up, terminal services, and support to remote (teleworking) users and mobile devices/applications.

Works with the technology team to:

  1. Analyzes new technology and advises as to applicability. Recommends technology solutions in support of our mission.
  1. Prepares the annual agency technology budget, including the annual technology plan.
  1. Conduct an inventory of all hardware and software.  Verifies that agencies are compliant with software licensing requirements.  Coordinates the disposal of old/outdated computer equipment in accordance with statute requirements and in an environmentally friendly manner.
  1. Prepares a disaster recovery plan in coordination with County IT to accommodate both small data losses, and catastrophic data loss.

Coordinates the purchase of necessary hardware and software including input of requisitions and invoice approvals.

Works with local telephone companies and FCDP to ensure communications are stable and phone systems are operating at maximum performance.

Serves as a member of the extended leadership team.  Writes a monthly summary on information systems management for inclusion in the Board report. 

Supervises interns as part of an educational program in the event FCBDD partners with a college.

10%   Responsible for management of all current and future, agency owned websites. Management of these sites includes creating a stable and dynamic content management system.  Trains the Director of Community Relations and other appropriate staff on the use and development of our web tools.

 Assists the Director of Community Relations in maintaining social media sites including security.

10%   Provides training to staff on using agency technologies.

5%     Attends professional meetings, trainings, and in-services/conferences as

requested.  Represents the board at DD Technology Alliance meetings.

5%     Performs other related duties as assigned. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education / Credentials:

  • Minimum of Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science or related field from an accredited college/university, or a commensurate combination of education and experience including:
    • Three years experience in computer technology
    • Two years experience in computer networks, including both wired LANs and access points for wireless networking
  • Valid Ohio Driver’s license and a driving record acceptable to agency insurance carrier.
  • Acceptable background check

Experience:  

  • Minimum of three years of IT experience.
  • Minimum of two years of customer service experience.
  • Demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office.
  • Experience with Microsoft Active Directory preferred.
  • Demonstrated experience with hardware maintenance and support.

Skills and Abilities:

  • Ability to schedule, coordinate and plan his/her work in an independent work environment, as well as provide project management.
  • Demonstrates a thorough understanding of database design and structures.
  • Ability to assist vendors in finding and correcting database issues.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers, vendors and staff within other agencies.
  • Ability to work independently and to interpret and carryout complex instructions.
  • Ability to lift, push, pull and carry up to 50 lbs on a consistent basis in accordance to in-service training.

FLSA:           Hourly/Non-Exempt from Overtime

PROBATIONARY PERIOD:  One Calendar Year

STATUS:     Classified, Civil Service

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.

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 its 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

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

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

IT SYSTEMS SPECIALIST

  1. Possess a high level of effective communication skills to facilitate with all levels of staff, vendors, community members and providers. Ability to develop working relationships with associates, vendors, county IT staff, and the general public.
  1. Demonstrates strong analytical and problem solving skills to enable problem identification and resolution.
  1. Ability to maintain hardware, software and network asset inventory.
  1. Analyzes new technology and advises the agencies as to applicability, recommends technology solutions.
  1. Must be able to self-transport to and around various work locations in agency or personal vehicles as part of assigned work.  Must possess and maintain a valid Ohio Driver’s license and a driving record acceptable to agency insurance carrier. 
  1. Travels to additional sites as necessary and works hours outside of regularly scheduled hours.
  1. Complies with professional ethical standards.
  1. Maintains and follows policies on confidentiality.
  1. Participates in conferences, meetings, workshops, seminars and on committees.
  1. Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance.
  1. Able to lift, push, pull and carry up to 50 lbs on a consistent basis.
  1. Shall comply with Safety Rules established for the purpose of fulfilling compliance with Ohio Public Employment Risk Reduction Standards, Rules or Orders, through the utilization of protective equipment and decontamination techniques.
  1. Complies with the Individual Bill of Rights.
  1. Acts in the best interest of the Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities.

Board approved:  July 15, 2015

Posted 22 July 2015

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

POSITION DESCRIPTION

INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT COORDINATOR

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

(May be required to work a flexible schedule)

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:       Individual Support Coordination Supervisor

DEPARTMENT:                              Services and Supports

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.

DUTIES:

70%         Service and Support Coordination

Performs individualized service and support administration functions for designated individuals, assisting them in identifying choices, preferences and strengths through a self-determination planning process where the individual, family members and/or personal advocate are in charge.

Coordinates individual assessment of strengths, needs, concerns, priorities, hopes and interests.

In collaboration with an individual’s team, develops plans for individuals, subject to approval by County Board managers and DODD.

Ensures individual budgets are in place for services and supports or authorized by the County Board, as approved by the Director of Services and Supports.

Assists individuals in identifying and selecting providers of their choosing for services and supports.

Coordinates services by communicating with all parties, including individuals, family members, personal advocates, other team members, providers, other County Board staff members and regulators.

Monitors implementation of individual plans and individual budgets.

Maintains all required documentation of activities.

Works to improve and enhance the quality and appropriateness of services and supports rendered to individuals.

Works on-call as assigned and responds to emergencies after regular work hours through use of a cell phone or other electronic device.

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

Makes contacts in the community in an effort to develop additional resources for assigned individuals.

Completes and assists others in the development of packets for new HCBS Medicaid waiver funding and in the re-determination process for current waiver recipients.

Assists in the development of staff training to support implementation of services.

20%         Communications

Further the mission of the FCBDD by interacting in a courteous and professional manner with individuals receiving supports, their families and friends and with co-workers, supervisors and members of the community.

5%           Training

Provides presentations and information concerning the Board, department and work unit in accordance with Board philosophy and mission.  May be asked to provide/participate in activities internal and external to the agency.  Participates in and provides in-service training as may be required.

5%           Other

Performs other duties as directed by the Individual Support Coordination Supervisor and/or Administration.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s degree required
  • Eligible for certification under DODD
  • Maintains a valid Ohio driver's license and a driving record acceptable to agency insurance carrier
  • Insurable under agency insurance carrier
  • Ability to work independently
  • Works cooperatively with others
  • Maintains attendance to effectively complete functions of the job
  • Good judgment and decision-making skills
  • Communicates verbally and in written form in an objective, professional manner           

QUALIFICATIONS: (Continued)

  • Orally presents information in an objective, professional manner
  • Ability to interact with families, members of the community, individuals with disabilities and others in a professional manner to promote a positive image of persons with disabilities and the FCBDD
  • Maintain basic computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets and databases

FLSA:          Non-Exempt from overtime

PROBATIONARY PERIOD:      One (1) calendar year

STATUS:    Classified Civil Service 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 behavior.

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

__________________________________    _____________________________________

Staff Member Signature                                             Date

BOARD APPROVED:  June 20, 2006

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS

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

INDIVIDUAL SUPPORT COORDINATOR

1.         Prepares and maintains accurate plans, records, reports, assessments and evaluations.

2.         Provides service and support coordination to individuals eligible to receive FCBDD services.

3.         Assists, consults with, and trains staff, family and others.

4.         Attends and participates in conferences, meetings, workshops and   seminars.

5.         Clearly communicates with individuals, parents, families and staff both verbally and in writing.

6.         Interprets and complies with applicable laws, regulations, policies and professional ethical standards.

7.         Acts as an advocate for individuals and families while coordinating plan development.

8.         Maintains appropriate DODD, CPR and First Aid certification, a valid Ohio driver's license and a driving record acceptable to agency insurance carrier.

9.         Travels to additional sites, as necessary, and works hours outside of regularly scheduled hours.

10.       Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance.

11.       Maintains and follows policies on confidentiality.

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

13.       Shall comply 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.

14.       Complies with the Individual Bill of Rights.

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

 

BOARD APPROVED:  June 20, 2006

Posted 22 July 2015

The Fairfield County Board of DD

currently accepting applications for :

IT Systems Specialist Position

and

Individual Support Coordinator Position (This posting will expire on 8/5/15.)

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

Posted 22 July 2015

Maple Street United Methodist Church in Lancaster, Ohio

is in search of an accompanist for piano and organ.  This paid position begins in late August or early September. 

The successful applicant will able to play from the United Methodist Hymnal and The Faith We Sing as well as bring your own musical choices for Preludes, Offertories, and Postludes.  

Maple Street UMC averages around 85 persons in worship each Sunday.  Styles of hymns range from the “old faithful” hymns to more contemporary choices from The Faith We Sing and other sources.

Responsibilities include accompanying the choir during practice (Sunday after worship) as well as playing during worship each Sunday (choir warm-up at 9:40, worship at 10:15) and occasional funerals and other special services. 

The organist/accompanist reports to Nathan Ogg, the Director of Music.  If you have questions, please contact Rev. Phyllis Fetzer, 614-519-1624, msumcpastor@sbcglobal.net.  To be invited to an audition, please submit resumes to:

Barb Shaw/Rev. Phyllis Fetzer
Maple Street UMC

438 E. Wheeling St.

Lancaster OH 43130

Please consider whether you or someone you know may be interested in this position, and please share this information with any interested persons.  Thank you!

Posted 22 July 2015

 

Kohl's

Now hiring!  Kohl's Department Stores, one of the fastest-growing retail chains in America, is looking for friendly, energetic people to join the team.

Part-time permanent positions available:

  • Register Operators
  • Department Associates
  • Customer Service
  • Truck Unloaders
  • Beauty Associate
  • 8 to 15 hours per week

Kohl's Offers:

  • Competitive wages & benefits
  • Paid training
  • Flexible shifts
  • Employee stock ownership
  • Immediate store discount
  • Friendly, Team-oriented work environment
  • 401(k) savings plan

Must be 18 years or older to apply.

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1355 Ety Pointe Drive

740-654-4182

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Posted 22 July 2015