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CITY OF HEATH
1287 Hebron Road * Heath, OH 43056 * P: (740) 522-1420 * F: (740) 522-6324 * www.heathohio.gov
C i t y o f P r o g r e s s C i t i z e n s Wi t h P r i d e

 



The City of Heath Civil Service Commission will conduct an examination for a Building and Zoning
Inspector on Saturday, November 14, 2015 at Hoback Park Shelter House, 60 Dorsey Mill Rd, Heath,
Ohio, at 9:00 a.m.
The Building and Zoning Inspector is responsible for reviewing plans and inspecting construction site
for both privately and publicly owned development projects, enforcing local, state, and federal zoning
codes, maintaining the City’s Geographic Information System (GIS) and performing job related duties as
assigned by the Chief of the Division of Building and Zoning Department and/or Mayor. Communicates
with the general public on a daily basis. Attends training sessions, and may attend meetings with
surrounding community officials and planners to discuss regional projects.
Employment standards for this position include: Must have an Associate’s Degree in
engineering/related field or a high school diploma and 5-10 years of experience within an engineering
related field. (Training/familiarity with GIS software is necessary); Must possess a valid State of Ohio
motor vehicle operator’s license; Must have ability to interpret and understand construction drawings and
specifications; Must have the ability to effectively and tactfully communicate with the general public; and
Must have a general knowledge of local governmental operations and zoning regulations.
Salary range is $30,566.30 - $36,756.60. The City of Heath offers a competitive benefit package.
Applications for admission to the exam may be obtained at Heath City Hall, 1287 Hebron Rd.
Heath, Ohio 43056, and Monday – Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm or downloaded from our website,
www.heathohio.gov. The application must be completed and returned to the same address along with
copies of valid Ohio Driver’s License and any relevant certifications no later than Friday, October 30,
2015 at 4:30 p.m. Resumes only are not acceptable.
Those wishing consideration for extra credit for military service must attach a copy of their DD214
Form to their application showing that they have been honorably discharged from military service and
return with packet.
Applicants must produce photo identification at the location on date of the examination. Any further
questions, please call Debbie Whitefield at (740) 641-2571.
The City of Heath is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Deborah Kraning, Secretary
Heath Civil Service Commission

Posted 14 October 2015

DECORATIVE ARTS CENTER OF OHIO

REESE-PETERS HOUSE

Volunteer Job Description

CLASSROOM ASSISTANT

The Classroom Assistant Position 

Your responsibilities are to assist teachers in classes, safeguard the participants and assist in the interpretation of the activity to the enhancement of the guests’ visit.

What You Need To Know

You will need to be well informed about the current exhibition and have general information on up-coming exhibitions.  Know any special needs of class participants.  Know where supplies are located.  Know basic information about the garage, house and grounds, emergency procedures, pick up and drop off procedures, emergency power shut off and how to use the intercom and phone system.  Knowledge of how to work with children is critical.  Knowledge of artistic mediums, procedures and styles is secondary.

What You DO

  1. Teacher’s assistant
    1. Attend volunteer training and supplementary lectures to be knowledgeable of current exhibition information.
    2. Arrive 15 minutes prior to your start time and sign in.  Check to see if there are any special instructions for the class.  If the class is visiting the exhibition, brush up on the topic to be covered.
    3. Ask about any special needs of any class participants and get the required help or instruction.
    4. Put on your ID badge.
    5. Report to teacher and position yourself in the class area as directed.
  1.  Greeting Class Participants
    1. Greet participants with a smile.
    2. Check in participants as they arrive and let parents know where and what time they may pick up their children. Make sure that the pick up information is still current.
    3. If we visit the exhibition, be sure to remind students that they are not to touch or handle anything in the exhibition area.  You are the chief security person.  If a gentle reminder doesn’t deter inappropriate behavior, seek the help of the teacher or alert the office.
    4. Help the teacher keep children in designated areas.
    5. Be enthusiastic about the exhibition, class, teacher, project, etc.
    6. Encourage children to complete designated task.
    7. Keep conversations with students positive.
    8. Encourage children to work on their own projects.
  1. Departing Guests
    1. Ask the students if they enjoyed their class and thank them for coming.  Remind them about the exhibitions and that the exhibitions and classes change.  Tell them about the next one and when it starts.
    2. Ask participants to tell a friend about the Decorative Arts Center.
  1. General Responsibilities and Tips 
    1. Be flexible.  Some teachers will ask for more involvement than others.
    2. Encourage children to work on their project.   Help where help is needed but don’t complete their tasks for them.
    3. Know emergency procedures including the location of the nearest exit and fire alarm.  Do not use the elevator in case of fire.  Your first responsibility is to the students and their safety.
    4. Please make any comments or suggestions you have that might make the class or the Decorative Arts Center operate better.
    5. Have fun!

POSTED 14 OCTOBER 2015

DECORATIVE ARTS CENTER OF OHIO

REESE-PETERS HOUSE

Volunteer Job Description

GALLERY DOCENT

The Gallery Docent Position 

Your interpretation of the galleries to the visitors is an important element in their education and enjoyment of the Decorative Arts Center experience.  Docents should safeguard the exhibitions and assure the well being of the visitors.  You should enjoy meeting people and be comfortable leading tours.  It is important to engage the visitors and hold their attention.

What You Need To Know

You will need to be well informed about the current exhibition and have general information on up-coming exhibitions.  Know any special needs of tour participants.  Know basic information about the house and grounds, emergency procedures and how to use the intercom and phone system.

What You DO

  1. Prepare for your shift or your special tours
    1. Attend docent training and supplementary lectures to be   knowledgeable of current exhibition information.
    2. Arrive 15 minutes prior to your start time and sign in.  Check to see if there are any special instructions for the tour.  If it is a special group tour, i.e. canal enthusiasts, brush up on the house’s connection to the canal system.
    3. Ask about any special needs of any tour participants and get the required help or instruction.
    4. Check for any general information addressed to you in the volunteer office.
    5. Put on your ID badge.
    6. Position yourself in the gallery area.
  1.  Greeting Visitors
    1. Greet arriving guests with a smile. 
    2. You are the chief security person.  If a gentle reminder doesn’t deter inappropriate behavior, i.e. touching or handling objects, seek the help of another volunteer or alert the office.
    3. Begin the tour. Talk in a pleasant, friendly manner.
    4. Use the information about the collections that you are provided with during docent training to give a detailed tour of the exhibition.  Try to get guests to interact and perhaps share their knowledge so that it can be shared with other visitors.
    5. If there are children in the group, give them a Family Gallery Guide to complete during their tour.  Inform them of the children’s activity in the lower level which can be visited following their tour.
    6. Do not hurry your guests; let them set the pace.
    7. Be enthusiastic about the exhibition.
    8. Point out facts and details that they may not notice.
    9. A tour should last 20 to 30 minutes depending on the number of guests and their interest.
    10. Ask if they also want to tour the first floor of the house (if they had chosen to visit the galleries first).  If so, a house docent will assist them or they can be given a Self-Guided Tour booklet. 
  1. Departing Visitors
    1. Ask the guests if they enjoyed their visit, encourage them to complete a visitor feedback form and thank them for stopping in.  Remind them that the exhibitions change and tell them of the next one and when it starts.
    2. Remind them to stop in the museum shop.
    3. Ask them to tell a friend about the Decorative Arts Center.
  1. General Responsibilities and Tips. 
    1. Be flexible.  Not everyone will give you time to do all of the above.
    2. Some guests prefer to look on their own.  Let them know you will be happy to answer their questions.
    3. Know emergency procedures including the location of the nearest exit and fire alarm.  Do not use the elevator in case of fire.  Your first responsibility is to your guests and their safety.
    4. When there are no guests in the house, look for small tasks that need to be done.
    5. Please make any comments or suggestions you have that might make the galleries or the Decorative Arts Center operate better.
    6. Have fun!

POSTED 14 OCTOBER 2015

DECORATIVE ARTS CENTER OF OHIO

REESE-PETERS HOUSE

Volunteer Job Description

GREETER

The Greeter Position 

Since you are the first person visitors meet, your greeting is important to make guests feel welcome.  It will set the tone for the entire visit.  You also are the front line for safety and security. 

What You Need To Know

You need to know basic information about the Reese-Peters House, the Saylor House, the Wendel Center for Art Education, the location of the restrooms, the historic rooms, the museum shop and galleries.  You may be asked questions about the current exhibition, membership fees and rental information.  You should also know emergency procedures and use of the phone system and intercom. 

What You DO

  1. Prepare for your shift.
    1. Arrive 15 minutes prior to your start time and sign in.
    2. Check for information addressed to you in the volunteer office.
    3. Put on your ID badge.
    4. Position yourself in the entry area.
  1.  Greet Arriving Visitors.
    1. Stand up and welcome guests with a smile.
    2. Ask if they have been here before.  If not, ask where they are from.
    3. If they would like to be on the mailing list, ask them to print their name and complete address in the guest book.
    4. Ask how the visitor heard about the Decorative Arts Center and record the information in the daily report.
    5. Count attendance on the “clicker” and report it on the daily report.
    6. Hang coats, large bags or other large items in the entry area.
    7. Give guests a brochure and/or exhibition postcard.
    8. Tell the visitors the basic information about the house and, if they ask, about the Saylor House and the Wendel Center for Art Education.
    9. Describe the locations of the restrooms, student gallery, historic rooms, museum shop and exhibition galleries.
    10. Ask if they would like to use the elevator.  They might like to start their tour on the second floor by beginning in the exhibition galleries.  A gallery docent will assist them (if available). 
    11. If they want to begin with the first floor, inform them that a guided tour with a house docent will follow, escort them to the first floor and introduce them to the docent.
    12. If a docent is not available, give the visitors the Self-Guided Tour (located in the rack aside the greeters’ desk) and ask for them to return it when they exit the museum.  If children are in the group, give them the “Be a History Detective” activity to complete.
  1. Handle Departing Visitors
    1. Ask the guests if they enjoyed their visit, encourage them to complete a feedback form and thank them for stopping in.  Remind them that the exhibitions change; tell them the subject of the upcoming exhibition and when it starts.
    2. Remind them to stop in the museum shop.
    3. Ask them to tell a friend about the Decorative Arts Center.
  1. General Responsibilities and Tips
    1. Be flexible.  Not everyone will give you time to do all of the above.
    2. Alert others in the house if you see anything unusual or disturbing.
    3. Every volunteer is responsible for security.
    4. Know emergency procedures including the location of the nearest exit and fire alarm.  Do not use the elevator in case of fire.
    5. When there are no visitors in the house, look for small tasks that need to be done.
    6. Please make any comments or suggestions you have that might make the Decorative Arts Center operate better.
    7. Have fun!

POSTED 14 OCTOBER 2015

DECORATIVE ARTS CENTER OF OHIO

REESE-PETERS HOUSE

Volunteer Job Description

HOUSE DOCENT

The House Docent Position 

Your interpretation of the Reese-Peters House and its history to visitors is an important element in their education and enjoyment of the Decorative Arts Center experience.  Docents should have an interest in history and historical properties as well as in the decorative arts.  You should enjoy meeting people and be comfortable leading tours.  It is important to engage the guests and hold their attention.

What You Need To Know

You must be familiar with the history, architecture, and furnishings of the Reese-Peters House, in addition to the story of its owners.  You need to understand the history of the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio and the house emergency procedures, including use of the intercom and phones.

What You DO

  1. Prepare for your shift
    1. Arrive 15 minutes prior to your start time and sign in.
    2. Check for information addressed to you in the volunteer office.
    3. Put on your ID badge.
    4. Position yourself in the main hall by the staircase.
  1. Meet Arriving Visitors

            1.    Greet arriving guests with a smile.

2.    Introduce yourself.

  1. Give a brief overview of what Lancaster was like in the 1830s and what      attracted William Reese to settle here.   
  1.  Lead Tour of the First Floor
    1. Begin the tour with the portraits of William and Mary Reese.  Tell of their meeting and their lives.  Talk in a pleasant, friendly manner.
    2. Do not hurry your guests; let them set the pace.
    3. Be enthusiastic about the home. 
    4. Point out to visitors, facts and details that they may not notice.
    5. Tell guests of the history of the house based on the information you are provided during docent training.
    6. Tell how the property was given to the Fairfield County Commissioners by the Peters family to be used as a Decorative Arts Center and how it was funded.
    7. Describe the furnishings of the house and provide some background information according to the interest of the guests.
    8. Briefly tell visitors about current exhibit.  Inform them that a gallery docent will provide tour information on the second floor (if available).
  1. As Your Guests Move On
    1. Remind visitors that the Sherman House, where Mary Elizabeth Sherman grew up, is next door.
    2. Ask the guests if they enjoyed their visit and thank them for stopping          in.  Remind them that the exhibitions change; tell them the subject of the upcoming exhibition and when it starts.

3.   Invite visitors to leave comments in the designated feedback area.

4.   Remind them to stop in the museum shop.

  1. Ask them to tell a friend about the Decorative Arts Center.
  1. General Responsibilities and Tips 
    1. Be flexible.  Not everyone will give you time to do all of the above.
    2. Know emergency procedures including the location of the nearest exit and fire alarm.  Do not use the elevator in case of fire.
    3. When there are no visitors in the house, look for small tasks that need to be done.
    4. Please make any comments or suggestions you have that might make the Decorative Arts Center operate better.
    5. Have fun!

POSTED 14 OCTOBER 2015

DECORATIVE ARTS CENTER OF OHIO

REESE-PETERS HOUSE

Volunteer Job Description

RETAIL ASSISTANT

The Retail Assistant Position 

The Museum Shop is an educational extension of the Decorative Arts Center. The shop’s mission is to support the museum in fostering knowledge, enjoyment and appreciation of the decorative arts while celebrating the architecture and heritage of the Reese-Peters house.  Therefore, the shop offers a variety of unique decorative art, exhibition- and period-related merchandise acquired by the Retail Assistant.

What You Need To Know

You need to understand the mission of the shop and how to select retail merchandise that reflects this mission.  You should know the basics of retail display and inventory maintenance.

What You DO

  1. Select and purchase merchandise to be sold
    1. Research is required to find the best sources for items that relate to the three facets of the shop’s mission, as defined in Museum Shop Guidelines and Procedures. Items may be found through wholesalers and Ohio artists on the internet, in catalogs and in the local community.

2.  The Retail Assistant will present potential merchandise to museum staff each month for approval prior to ordering.  Staff may also present ideas for new     merchandise to the Retail Assistant as appropriate.

3.   The Retail Assistant will maintain a monthly purchasing budget provided by   the museum’s Bookkeeper or the Executive Director.  A record of monthly            spending must be presented each month to staff.  Large orders that exceed            the monthly budget should be approved by staff prior to ordering.   

4.   All merchandise will be purchased through the museum.  The Retail     Assistant will have access to a line of credit for all orders.  An invoice should      be requested from vendors when the credit card is not used. 

5.  The Retail Assistant must account for a 40% retail mark up when selecting                  items to be purchased for the Museum Shop.  The Inventory Comptroller         will be responsible for marking up all items input into inventory.

B.  Document purchased merchandise

                  1.  New purchases with invoices and/or receipts of payment must be provided to                           the Inventory Comptroller each week on the designated receiving day.

                  2.  New merchandise will be put into the electronic inventory by the Inventory                               Comptroller.  S/he will also create and print sales tags for these items.  The                              Retail Assistant is responsible for tagging and stocking items on the                                          designated stocking day.

C.  Display new merchandise in shop

            1.  Merchandise will be displayed in the museum shop according to the                                     display floor plan.  When shelf/table space is filled, excess inventory should                              be stocked in the appropriate storage area(s).  Items should be pulled from                               storage to fill empty space before new orders are placed. 

            2.  Daily museum volunteers may be recruited to assist in maintaining shop                              display, stocking items and cleaning (dusting and sweeping) display units and              merchandise in the shop, in collaboration with the Volunteer Coordinator.

  1. Maintain packaging inventory
    1. Sales bags must be inventoried on a regular basis and reordered from available vendor(s) as needed.
    2. Packaging for fragile/delicate merchandise, such as bubble wrap and tissue paper, must be stocked in the shop and reordered as needed.
    3. The Museum Shop provides gift boxes for members’ purchases and for fragile items.  A small supply of folded boxes should be accessible daily in the shop; back stock must be maintained and reordered as needed.
  1. Set discounts in shop

            1.  Members and volunteers of the museum receive 10% off most purchases                                  in the Museum Shop.  Other promotional discounts may be offered on special                        occasions; the Retail Assistant should get approval from staff prior to                                             implementing all new sales.  Sales and/or discounts should not exceed 40% of                     the retail price of the items included.

F.  Assist with yearly inventory of merchandise

            1.  The first week of January, a physical inventory count is taken of all                                     merchandise on display and in storage.  A team of staff and volunteers,                                    including the Retail Assistant, will execute this process.  The Retail Assistant,              in aid to the Inventory Comptroller, may be required to reconcile the                                                 physical and electronic counts of inventory.

G.  General responsibilities and tips

  1. Be flexible.  Do the most important things first and ask for help if you need it.
  2. Be familiar with local businesses, gift shops, vendors and artisans to get new ideas about items to sell in the Museum Shop.
  3. Know emergency procedures in the museum including the location of the nearest exit and fire alarm.  Do not use the elevator in case of fire.
  4. Have fun!

POSTED 14 OCTOBER 2015

DECORATIVE ARTS CENTER OF OHIO

REESE-PETERS HOUSE

Internship Opportunities

The Decorative Arts Center of Ohio is proud to offer an internship program to provide college students with a rewarding work experience designed to aid them in achieving excellence in their field of study and broaden their knowledge of decorative art, art education, history, architecture and non-profit museum operations.

The mission of the Center is to foster knowledge and appreciation of the decorative arts, and to celebrate the architecture and heritage of the Reese-Peters House; and enhance the vitality and integrity of historic Lancaster by providing exhibitions and art education opportunities for children and adults. With such a mission in active fulfillment there are many opportunities for college students to become involved and achieve meaningful experiences at the Center.

Students may consider working in the art education department by assisting in the studio with our art classes, or study the history of the house focusing on our permanent collection of decorative art and unique architecture. Interested students could also research and archive materials, execute daily museum operations, participate in the operations of the museum shop, assist in the design and care of the grounds, provide design ideas and work with designers to execute the museum’s printed materials, assist with marketing and community outreach or participate in developing and executing programming that serves the museum’s mission.

An internship opportunity would most appeal to students in the following fields of study: architecture, art, art education, art history, communications, cultural studies, design, education- including special needs, graphic design, history, landscape architecture, marketing, museums and preservation, photography and retail management.

While the Center is open to individual proposals by students for topics of study, all internships must serve in the fulfillment of the mission. Such a unique opportunity for the student and museum could provide a rewarding partnership which would develop into an experience to inform the student, the museum, and the surrounding community about the importance of celebrating the history and the arts.

            Contact Trisha Clifford-Sprouse, Director of Education, at 740.681.1423 or clifford@decartsohio.org to learn more.

POSTED 14 OCTOBER 2015

THE TIDY CHICK HOUSEKEEPING COMPANY

www.thetidychick.com

WE’RE HIRING

To Apply:  Send resume and cover letter to thetidychick@gmail.com

The Tidy Chick Housekeeping Company – Lancaster, OH www.thetidychick.com

Position: Cleaning Staff Assistant.

$12/hour, Cash Paid Weekly

ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE: CREW LEADER POSITION, (PAYS $19-$22/HOUR), Skills must be proven prior to advancement.

Position is P/T (20-25 hours per week).

Subcontractor Arrangement.

Daytime hours, appealing schedule with no weekends. Off every other Monday and 1 Friday of the month.

Advancement to Crew Leader Position if desired once skills are proven.

Details:

Territory: Bexley, Canal Winchester, Pickerington, New Albany, Lancaster.

The staff assistant will accompany a crew leader who will transport.

We offer: Above average wages. If you can hustle and still get the job done, you will make more than the posted $12 hourly rate. You will be put to work immediately. Advancement to Crew Leader position if desired and once abilities are "proven".

Job Duties and Requirements are as follows and are non-negotiable:

1) MUST be RELIABLE & DEPENDABLE.

2) MUST be available Monday thru Friday during day hours (8am-5pm)

3) MUST have tidy, clean cut, professional looking image.

4) MUST be able to pass a background check.

5) MUST be Non Smoker; (ABSOLUTELY NO EXCEPTIONS).

6) Must have reliable transportation to meet crew leader in an agreed upon place each morning. Crew leader will drive to assigned jobs.

PLEASE DO NOT APPLY IF YOU DO NOT MEET THE ABOVE "MUST HAVE'S" LISTED ABOVE!!!!

The successful candidate will be:

1) Detail oriented and able to hustle while still doing a thorough job of related tasks.

2) Cleaning in the above stated manner requires a person who is in good physical condition as this is considered a physical, labor-intensive job. A moderate level of physical fitness is needed in order to conquer & thrive through daily job duties.

3) One who takes pride in their work, goes the extra mile, and believes in a job well done.

4) Can demonstrate through resume or other means that you have been able to hold a steady job for a minimum of 1 year.

If you have interest in this position, please send an email stating WHY you feel this would be a good fit. Cleaning experience is a plus, but also not required. Position will be filled when the "right" candidate applies.

Salary: $12.00 /hour

Posted 23 October 2015

Job Posting

Position: Help Me Grow Supervisor

Position Summary: The Help Me Grow Supervisor will be responsible to coordinate 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 responsible for maintaining the programs in accordance and compliance with all Federal and State program requirements as outlined by the Ohio Department of Health. 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 a Service Coordinator and Home Visitor. Supervisor will function in a professional manner at all times.

Qualifications and Expectations:

  • Bachelor’s Degree from a council on higher education accredited college or university in a field related to working with pregnant women, infants or toddlers, or families or individuals with disabilities required.
  • Willingness to obtain a credential and complete all required trainings within 60 days of hire date.
  • Willingness to complete required training on the Evidence Based Home Visiting model within 6 months of hire date.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of family dynamics, and at risk families; specialized services for children with disabilities; infant health and development; parent education and social services.
  • Minimum of two years supervisory experience preferred.
  • Must demonstrate knowledge of federal, state, and local laws, rules and regulations pertaining to Help Me Grow and the ability to implement all applicable regulations.
  • Must represent the agency in community partnerships and professional organizations.
  • Must have the ability to lead and direct others with vision and respect.
  • Must possess good organizational skills involving consistency, flexibility and structure; computer skills recommended.
  • Must have a valid Ohio Driver’s license and reliable transportation.
  • Must have the ability to communicate effectively in written and oral form and have experience in public speaking.
  • Be knowledgeable of community services and have an understanding of how to access services.
  • Must demonstrate the ability to coordinate program trainings.
  • Must work with all staff and families in a professional manner.
  • Must be willing to accept and share additional responsibilities to achieve team goals.
  • Demonstrate a professional demeanor and appearance at all times.

Work Schedule: 40 Hours per week / 52 weeks per year

Mail resume to: HR Director, P.O. Box 768, Lancaster, OH 43130, by November 23, 2015

EEO. No Phone calls.

Posted 29 October 2015

Position Posting

Position:  Early Head Start Home Visitor

Position Summary

          The Home Visitor is responsible to provide home based services to pregnant women, children and families enrolled.  Home Visitors will conduct weekly home visits to assigned families.  They will promote the parent as the primary educator and caregiver of their children.  The Home Visitor will be responsible to maintain required documentation for all families and services.  They will partner with families in meaningful relationships as they meet family goals.  The Home Visitor will provide prenatal information and support for pregnant women.  The Home Visitor should function in a professional manner at all times and conduct activities to ensure compliance with Head Start Performance Standards.

Qualifications and Expectations:

  • Degree in Early Childhood Education or a Child Development Associate Credential preferred.  Must have High school Diploma or equivalent.
  • Minimum two years experience working in an Early Childhood program required, infant / toddler experience preferred.
  • Must have valid driver’s license and reliable means of transportation.
  • Must be willing to obtain CDA Credential within one year and be willing to participate in any further education / training as required.
  • Must possess good organizational skills involving consistency, flexibility and structure.
  • Must possess good communication skills, have an understanding and awareness of the needs of low-income families, and be sensitive to individual differences.
  • Must be knowledgeable of infant and toddler development.
  • Must have the ability to physically be on the child’s level, and to lift and hold young children.
  • Must work with all staff and families in a professional manner. 
  • Must be able and willing to accept and share additional responsibilities to achieve team goals.
  • Must be willing to establish a flexible schedule to meet the needs of families.

Work Schedule:  40 Hours per week / 52 weeks per year

Qualified applicants should submit a letter of interest and resume to HR Director, PO BOX 768, Lancaster, OH 43130 by November 23, 2015.

EEO. No Phone Calls.

Posted 29 October 2015

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

POSITION DESCRIPTION

10/30/15

ONE-ON-ONE AIDE

REGULAR HOURS OF WORK:     Typically 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., M-F (6.5 paid hrs; .5 unpaid lunch break).  Hours may be flexible (up to, not to exceed, 40 hours/week)

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:        Supervisor of Student Services

DEPARTMENT:                            Educational Services

SPECIFICATIONS: 

As an employee of the Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities (FCBDD), 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:

90%  Individual Assistance and Behavior Support

         Responsible for continuous and constant monitoring of an assigned individual to ensure safety and welfare of individual and others.

Provides assistance in implementing programs.  Assists in providing structured activities and programs.  Collects data on individual programs.  Remains familiar with Program Implementation Plan (IEP, IFSP or ILP) and implements all programs for assigned individual.

Provides physical assistance to assigned individual in areas of daily functioning including toileting, eating, dressing, mobility and hygiene.

         Assists in the development and implementation of behavior support including observation, data collection, direct intervention and preparing and maintaining written records.

         Responsible for loading and unloading assigned individual onto and off of bus. 

         Assures that safety and health standards are met for employees of and individuals eligible for services through the County Board of DD.

 5%    Community Relations

         Furthers the mission of the FCBDD by interacting in a courteous and professional manner with individuals receiving supports, their families, and friends and with coworkers, supervisors and members of the community.  Actively promote good public relations with parents, advocates, community organizations, professionals, other school districts, Job and Family Services, other agencies and other county board staff.

 5%    Other miscellaneous duties

         Understands and practices professional ethics in keeping with the confidentiality of information and materials.

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

         Complies with the policy handbook and all other applicable policies, procedures, regulations, etc.

         Performs other duties as directed.

            Assists other students in the classroom when asked or when assigned student is absent, in therapy, or is otherwise occupied.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Maintains required certification from DODD/ODE,  First Aid , CPR and COPE certifications
  • Valid Ohio Driver’s license and a driving record acceptable to agency’s insurance carrier.
  • May be requested to work flexible hours based on service needs.
  • May use personal vehicle to transport clients and families.
  • Must be physically capable to lift up to 50 lbs. per lifting policy, move enrollees, including children, adolescents, and adults in a safe manner, according to in-service training.
  • Must be able to tolerate up to one hour in a therapy pool with temperatures of 92o – 94o F (doctor’s release required).

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:

  • Ability to effectively and efficiently communicate and work cooperatively with others.
  • Ability to work independently.
  • Maintains attendance to effectively complete functions of the job.
  • Displays good judgment and decision-making skills.
  • Communicates both orally and written and presents information in an objective, professional manner.
  • Ability to interact with families, private citizens, and others in a professional manner to promote a positive image of persons with disabilities and the agency.
  • Ability to recognize unusual or threatening conditions and take appropriate action.
  • Ability to work under stress and time constraints.

Posted 29 October 2015

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF MENTAL RETARDATION

AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

10/30/15

POSITION DESCRIPTION

HYGIENE AIDE

 

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

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:       Director of Educational Services

DEPARTMENT:                              Forest Rose School

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

DUTIES:

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

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

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

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

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

 2%      Assists in keeping student data, as directed.   

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

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

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

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

QUALIFICATIONS:

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


POSTED 29 October 2015

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

POSITION DESCRIPTION

10/30/15

INTEGRATED COMMUNITY SUPPORT SPECIALIST

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

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:        Integrated Community Supports Manager

DEPARTMENT:                            Adult Service Options

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:

25%   Arrange and conduct Integrated Community Support Plan (ICS) meetings.  Assure that person-centered action plans, goals, objectives, service plans and methods for program implementation as agreed upon in meetings are written.  Develop program documentation as needed for plan implementation.

20%   Conducts periodic reviews of Action Plans, Learning Logs, and Integrated Community Support Plans as designated.  Disperse copies of reviews to appropriate parties as designated.  Serves as Program Manager in the Imagine System (IS) and updates information accordingly.

15%   Assists Integrated Community Support Manager with scheduling paid or natural supports for people participating in integrated community activities of interest to them, including staffing, transportation, memberships, community contacts, and billing.

15%   Assist Integrated Community Support Manager with oversight of direct care staff, affiliate partners, and other private providers including supervision of staff, training, and monitoring  safety and the quality of supports provided.  

7%     Communicates with Individual Support Coordinators, Personal Advocates, Behavior Coordinator, community employment staff, and other staff as well as home providers, parents, guardians and other agencies as needed.

5%     Provide behavioral supports as needed to individuals assigned.  Serve on the Intervention Support Team to assist in implementing programs or intervening in critical situations. Reviews Unusual/Major Unusual Incident reports and enters them into the tracking system.

5%     Provide direct training and supports as indicated in plans.  Provide intake and orientation services to new individuals.

 1%    Compiles data to be used in reports, for behavior management purposes, appointments, consultations or referrals.

 1%    Assure that documentation of programs, data and other records of service is completed correctly.  Monitor the direct service staff and substitutes to assure CAFS documentation is completed correctly.

 1%    Coordinates integrated community activities as needed.  Assures appropriate supports are in place. Serve as advisor or support staff for enrollee groups or committees.

 1%    Works cooperatively with supervisors and coworkers.

 1%    Attends in-service training, seminars, committees, and other meetings as required by administration.

 1%    Perform other assigned duties related to the position.

 1%    Complies with the policy handbook and other applicable policies, procedures, regulations, etc. as required for this position.

  1%   Complies with as necessary the 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.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work, Public Administration or related field is required; OR all of the following: completion of 3 years college level education; and 5 years paid work experience in the field; and completion of a Bachelor’s degree within 1 year of beginning position.
  • Maintain First Aid, CPR and COPE certifications.
  • Valid Ohio Driver’s license and a driving record acceptable to agency’s insurance carrier.
  • Maintains valid ODMRDD certification/registration.
  • Communicate professionally and effectively with persons served, parents, providers, guardians and agencies.
  • Ability to write clearly and concisely.
  • Ability to maintain accurate records and data.
  • Ability to cope with stressful situations and be physically capable to appropriately lift, carry, move, and manage individuals with disabilities when necessary.
  • Provides Bureau of Criminal Identification and Investigation (BCII) record check as required.
  • Must be physically capable to lift up to 50 lbs. per lifting policy, move enrollees, including children, adolescents and adults in a safe manner, according to in-service training.

POSTED 29 October 2015

In-House Job Posting

DEPARTMENT: Early Head Start

POSITION TITLE: Home Visitor

SALARY RANGE: $12.00 to $12.50 based on experience and education. Eligible for benefits

HOURS: Full time status, 40 hours per week/full year  program

JOB SUMMARY: The EHS Home Visitor is responsible for conducting weekly home visits with Early Head Start participants providing guidance, support, and information to parents of infants, toddlers, and to pregnant women. Duties will include:

  • Plaln and implement weekly home visits with Early Head Start families with a caseload up to 12 families.
  • Model appropriate interactions through planned activities for parents.
  • Support parents as the primary influence in their child's life and support healthy development.
  • Assists in planning and implementation of Play Groups for children and families enrolled.
  • Works with Head Start/Early Head Start staff and parents to plan and implement developmentally appropriate activities that meet and enhance the educational, social, emotional and physical needs of the children.
  • Work with families to assess their nees and assist them in achieving their needs.  This will be done through implementation of the Head Start Performance Standards and agency policies.
  • Become familiar with the community resources in the area of service, and act as an advocate for the Head Start/Early Head Start families in dealing with issues in the community.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Prefer degree in child development, education, health, social science or other related field with experience working with young children.
  • Experience working with parents and community agencies.
  • Ability to work independently and as a team member.
  • Good oral and written communication skills.
  • 'Willing to obtain a Child Development Associate Credential for Home Visiting.

Additional Requirements

  • Physical examination prior to employment and updates in accordance with program policy.
  • Tuberculin screening in accordance with local program practices.
  • Three written references attesting to character and reliability.
  • Drug screening at time of employment
  • Must pass criminal background check.
  • Will complete and keep current Day Care required trainings as scheduled.
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality of children and families served.

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: November 6, 2015

CONTACT: Debbie Hoffman, PICCA Head Start, 145 E. Corwin Street, Circleville, Ohio 43113 or by e-mail at dhoffman@picca.info

POSTED: 2 November 2015

FAIRFIELD COUNTY EDUCATIONAL SERVICE CENTER

Job Posting


Job Title: Technology Specialist
Job Description: See Attached
Assignment: Fairfield County ESC
Fulltime Equivalency: Fulltime (1.0 FTE)
Length of Contract: 245 days
Posted: 10/22/15
Expires: Posted until filled
Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree Preferred
Experience: Two to three years experience with a wide variety of technologies in a
customer service setting
For more information contact: Dr. Marie Ward, Superintendent, Fairfield County
ESC, (740) 653-3193
Send resume, cover letter, FCESC application to:
Fairfield County Educational Service
955 Liberty Drive
Lancaster, OH 43130

POSTED 4 NOVEMBER 2015

TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST
Fairfield County ESC


Qualifications
1. Bachelor’s degree preferred with course work in computer hardware and software components,
operating systems and data communications software (Associate degree with extensive
experience in a computer hardware/software user support environment may be considered)
2. Experience with a wide variety of instructional technologies including Microsoft Office, Apple
applications, iPads, Chromebooks and Google for Educators with experience in multi-media
preferred
3. Ability to work independently and make decisions in accordance with established policies and
regulations
4. Ability to work effectively in a collaborative environment with adult learners
5. Demonstrate organizational skills in scheduling and carrying out assignments, managing records
and managing documentation for instructional technology
6. Ability to administer and maintain a website
Job Goals:
1. As a member of the educational team, collaborate with educators to implement best practices
in technology integration in the classroom
2. Provide continuous support to the overall educational environment by providing technical
assistance to staff in person, via online helpdesk, telephone and email
3. Keep current in educational technology and instructional trends and promote and model the use
of innovations and new materials
Performance Responsibilities:
1. Set up and configure hardware and install new software on school computers and mobile
devices
2. Assist teachers with hardware issues associated with utilizing technology tools in their
instruction
3. Meet regularly with teachers to analyze needs for support with instructional technology
integration in the classroom
4. Develop and maintain a system for receiving, prioritizing and completing hardware, software
and network inquiries and requests for assistance
5. Handle inquiries and requests on a timely basis
6. Plan and implement site based, small group and one-on-one in-service to provide technology
integration training to teachers
7. Develop and maintain an instructional technology website or blog with web based training
demo’s for common technology tasks in the care, educational use and operation of instructional
technology
8. Conduct continuous evaluation of materials and equipment to ensure purchases reflect
changing instructional needs to include development of a 5 year technology plan
9. Keep current in educational technology and instructional trends and promote the use of
innovations and new materials
10. Order and maintain accurate equipment inventories and organize an efficient system of
distribution and retrieval of materials and equipment
11. Diagnose hardware, software and network connectivity problems determining and
implementing the solutions to resolve technical problem requests
12. Initiate orders for parts, schedule repairs and complete related paperwork for warranty claims
as necessary including coordinating warranty work for hardware covered under product
warranty agreements
13. Diagnose and repair network connectivity problems which may include performing wiring
installations necessary for connectivity
14. Communicate effectively both orally and in writing
15. Develop and maintain an up-to-date documentation process to support inventory management
of assigned equipment
16. Install and maintain application software and user email accounts
17. Maintain and operate equipment for ESC employee ID Badges
18. Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others
19. Ensure confidentiality of all student records at all times
20. Participate in meetings and trainings as appropriate
21. Collaborate with the professional development department to support technology required for
quality professional development experiences for presenters and participants
22. Administer and maintain stand-alone servers as required for the normal operation of the
Educational Service Center
REPORTS TO: Superintendent
CONDUCT: Staff members shall remain free of any alcohol or non-prescribed controlled substance
and abuse of any prescribed controlled substance in the workplace throughout their employment at
the Educational Service Center.
Each staff member shall serve as a role model for students in how to conduct themselves as citizens
and as responsible, intelligent human beings. Each staff member has a legal responsibility to help
instill in students the belief in and practice of ethical principles and democratic values.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: FULLTIME (1 FTE)
Fairfield County Educational Service Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer and as such does not
discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, veteran
status, marital status, or any other status protected by law.
Revised: 10/21/15

POSTED: 5 November 2015

FAIRFIELD COUNTY BOARD OF DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

POSITION DESCRIPTION

BEHAVIOR SERVICES COORDINATOR

 

REGULAR HOURS OF WORK:     8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (may be required to work a flexible schedule)

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:                    Director of Quality, Innovation, and Planning

DEPARTMENT:                                       Quality, Innovation, and Planning

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

55%          Behavior Support

                  Assess the behavior support needs of the county and makes recommendations for policy and procedure changes.  Ensures compliance with departmental regulations. 

                  Provides quarterly COPE training for agency and private providers. 

                  Provides technical assistance to agency and provider staff regarding behavior support.

                  Works with families to provide additional advice and resources concerning behavior.

25%          Behavioral Monitoring

                  Performs monthly behavioral monitoring of all individuals on behavioral plans.  Makes recommendations to ISP teams for improvements to plans that could result in lessening or elimination of aversive procedures or rights restrictions.  Involves the help of outside resources to collaborate on difficult issues.

15%          Training

                  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.

                  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

                  Maintains confidentiality of records, information and program mattes.

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

                  Performs other duties as directed.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Bachelor’s Degree or higher
  • Minimum of three years experience of working with persons with developmental disabilities.
  • Minimum of two years of working with behavior support plans.
  • Eligible for, obtains and maintains required DODD certification.
  • Knowledge of a variety of individual assessment tools.
  • Knowledge of Medicaid and insurance billing procedures.
  • Maintains a valid Ohio Driver's license and a driving record acceptable to agency insurance carrier.
  • May be requested to work abnormal hours based on service needs.
  • Knowledge of and demonstrated skills in:  verbal and written presentation, bookkeeping, organization, time management, interviewing, handling sensitive and confidential information, public relations and personal intercommunications and computer programs.
  • Has the ability to present behavioral data in ways which are understandable, effective, and statistically accurate.  Specifically, must have the ability to create data tracking methods, summarize the results, and create graphs and other visual tools to present data in an understandable way.
  • May use personal vehicle to transport clients and families.

Posted 6 November 2015

Thornville Family Medical Center
Medical Assistant


11/13/15
Job Qualifications:
Experience a must. Must be able to perform all skills including, but not limited to: EKGs, Injections, Venipuncture, Vital Signs, Urinalysis, Triage, Charting. HER experience a plus. Medical Assisting degree preferred. Must be a team player. Flexibility a must. Will work full-time, 4-5 days per week. Will be required to work a couple of late nights each week. Benefits include paid vacation and holidays, IRA, and Life insurance.

Application Instructions:
Fax resume to: 740-246-4722
or
Mail resume to:
Thornville Family Medical Center
PO Box 281
Thornville, OH 43076
Posted 13 November 2015

Part-Time Package Handler


* $10.10 - $11/hour PLUS $400 retention bonus after 6 months PLUS weekly attendance bonus ($100/week for Night Sort; $75/week for Sunrise / Preload / Day/ Twilight) *(restrictions apply)
Job Description:
UPS Package Handlers work Monday-Friday, working 3.5 to 5 hours daily, depending on the amount of work available and volume. Package handling is very fast-paced, physical work, involving loading and unloading packages by hand onto conveyor belts and/or rollers. Employees are expected to be able to lift up to 70lbs (average package weight is 30lbs.)
Employee Benefits:
Tuition Assistance starts from the first day of employment:
 Up to $2625 a semester/$5250 a year/$25,000 lifetime maximum
All benefits begin ONE YEAR from hire date.
 Major Medical
 Hospitalization
 Prescription Reimbursement
 Life Insurance
 Vision and Dental
 Dependent Coverage (after 12 months)
Other Benefits
 7 Paid Holidays (after 1 year)
 Paid Vacation (after 1 year)
Promotional Opportunities:
Part-Time Supervisors
 Competitive Starting Salary
 $5,250 yearly for Tuition Assistance
 Experience Working for a Fortune 500 Company
Union Information:
The Teamsters Union represents part-time hourly employees. Within 30 working days employees must pay a one-time initiation fee of $150.00, which is paid through payroll deductions of $37.50 for a period of four weeks. A union due of $33.00 follows monthly. The first month following the completion of the $150.00 the Union will deduct $66.00 to recoup month one.
APPLY ONLINE @ WWW.UPSJOBS.COM
UPS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Posted 16 November 2015

DRIVER HELPER


UPS is hiring individuals to work as temporary, seasonal Driver Helpers. This is a physical, fast-paced, outdoor position that involves continual lifting, lowering and carrying packages that typically weigh 25 - 35 lbs. and may weigh up to 70 lbs. It requires excellent customer contact skills and a lot of walking.
As a Driver Helper, you will not drive the delivery vehicle but assist the driver in the delivery of packages. Driver Helpers usually meet the UPS driver at a mutually agreed upon time and location each weekday (Monday through Friday) and
typically do not work on weekends or selected holidays. Hours vary but usually begin after 8:00 a.m. and end before 8:00 p.m. Driver Helpers must comply with UPS appearance guidelines. Driver Helper seasonal opportunities are
typically between the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday period.
APPLY ONLINE @ WWW.UPSJOBS.COM
UPS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
Job Description:
 Bend, stoop, crouch, climb, stand, sit, walk, and turn/pivot throughout the duration of the workday
o Part-time - 3-5 hours per day, up to 5 days per week
o Full-time - 8-10 hours per day, up to 5 days per week
o Extended hours may be required as service needs dictate
 Report to work on a regular and timely basis
 Lift, lower, push, pull, leverage and manipulate equipment and/or packages up to 130 inches combined length and girth, and up to 48 inches long, and occasionally weighing up to 70 pounds; average weight of 12 pounds
 Assist in moving packages up to 150 lbs.
 Lift packages to heights above the shoulder and lower packages to foot level
 Grasp, reach, and maintain control of activities associated with delivering and picking up packages
 See, hear, and communicate with sufficient capability to perform assigned tasks and maintain proper job safety
conditions and communicate with the public

 Maintain an acceptable work pace
 Work in an environment that will contain:
o variable temperatures and humidity (climatic conditions)
o exposure to dust, dirt, and noise
o confined work areas
o outside inclement weather
 Work cooperatively in a diverse work environment
 Demonstrate cognitive ability to:
o follow directions and routines
o work independently with appropriate judgment
o exhibit spatial awareness
o read words and numbers
o concentrate, memorize, and recall
o identify logical connections and determine sequence of response
o processing up to 2-3 steps ahead
 Perform other functions that may be assigned
The essential functions of this job may vary greatly depending upon the size and location of the UPS facility. At some locations, employees may not perform all of the essential job functions listed above. At other locations, employees may perform some or all of the functions listed above and, in addition, may be required to perform other jobs or tasks as directed. In addition, given the nature of the business, UPS retains the right to modify the essential functions of this position at any time. Pay Rate $15.00 per hour

Posted 16 November 2015

Looking for Part Time work in the Speech field?

What:  In need of an Aide for my 3 ½ year old son with a Speech Delay while he’s at Daycare

Where:  Primrose in Pickerington

When:  Monday – Thursday from 8AM-11AM and Friday from 8AM-2PM

Description:  Would be assisting him while he interacts with classmates, transitions from stations, and potty training.

Looking for someone to start on Dec. 7, 2015.  Please email me at abbott.mccoy@gmail.com if interested. 

Shannon

Posted 17 November 2015

The Fairfield County Auditor’s Office


will accept applications for the following position until 4:00 p.m. on Friday November 27, 2015
Working Title: Deputy Auditor – Benefits Coordinator
Department: Finance
Target Hiring Rate: $16.00 – 17.00/hour (depending upon qualifications)
Work Week: 40 hours
Summary of Essential Duties
Deputy will utilize the MUNIS financial management information system for the fulfillment of benefits & payroll related duties. Full legal compliance with the Ohio Revised Code, IRS regulations and other applicable law is required. Deputy is required to work closely with various benefit vendors for health insurance, life insurance, flexible spending, and other
benefits programs. Confidentiality and attention to detail are a must in this position. The deputy will analyze, support and offer suggestions to ensure adequate internal controls are in place and being followed. Deputy will complete various financial reports and supporting schedules relating to governmental financial reporting standards. Deputy is expected to work as a team member in a collaborative manner with other Finance Department deputies, outside
department fiscal staff and Human Resources Department.
Job Responsibilities
 Maintain benefits records of all eligible/participating employees & dependents
 Ensure timely payment is made to all County benefit vendors
 Reconcile & balance all benefit accounts with vendor activity and general ledger
 Monitor & collect self-pay premiums for COBRA, LWOP & other similar situations
 Monitor & ensure departmental compliance with their respective policies and contracts
 Become proficient w/ payroll processing and serve as back-up for Deputy Auditor-Payroll
 Produce various MUNIS reports for Asst. Finance Director in support of CAFR
 Serve on County MUNIS Advocacy Group and Ohio MUNIS User’s Group
 Work closely with Finance Director on payroll benefit issues and concerns
 Other related duties and special projects will be assigned
Qualifications
 High school diploma or equivalent required
 Additional education in accounting (esp. government), business, HR/Payroll or related fields
 Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree in a related field a plus
 Strong critical thinking, problem solving, teamwork and communication skills
 Intermediate/advanced Microsoft Office skills
 Three or more years HR/Payroll experience a plus
 MUNIS financial management system experience a strong plus, esp. HR/Payroll modules
Apply online at https://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us/AT .
Applications must include resume’ & cover letter attachments

Posted 17 November 2015

Greystone Health Network

Thornville Health & Rehabilitation Center

14100 Zion Road, Thornville, Ohio  43076

STNA OPPORTUNITIES

Full time & part time positions available

Shifts Available

3:00-11:00 p.m.

11:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m.

LPN & RN OPPORTUNITIES

Full time & Part time positions available

Shifts Available:

7:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m.

Please visit greystone health.com/careers

or apply in person

For more information, please call Taylor Rorester, HR Manager at 740-246-5253.

Posted 19 November 2015

The Fairfield County Board of Developmental Disabilities is currently hiring for the following positions:

 

One-on-One Aide-posting expires 12/2/15

Instructor Assistant-posting expires 12/2/15

 

Position descriptions and application available at :

www.fairfieldDD.com

Posted 19 November 2015

Apply in Fairfield OMJ 3rd Floor One Stop Center or call 614-367-1900.

We are hiring for Toys R Us in Groveport, Ohio....looking to fill 100 positions:

1st shift is M-F 7am to 5pm and starts at $11.00 per hour with available OT at time and a half.

3rd shift is M-F 11pm to 7am and starts at $12.00 per hour with available OT at time and a half.

Free bussing to and from site....will leave an hour before shift starts in the Kroger parking lot at Pierce and Memorial Dr.

Must be able to pass drug screen and background check.

Posted: 12/2/15

Fairfield County Dog Shelter

Animal Care specialist

Immediate supervisor: Dog Warden and Adoption Center Director

Normal Working hours: Monday-Friday

Rotating weekends

Part-time flexible

8:00 AM-12:00 PM

Job Description and Worker Characteristics:

  • 60% Maintains the cleanliness of kennels throughout the day.  Walks kennel aisles and ensures that all kennels, walkways, and trench drains are mess-free at all times.  Assists in moving dogs, feeding and watering dogs, and bathing dogs as requested.  Administers doc medications and vaccinations with authorization from the dog warden.
  • 30% Disinfecting shelter facilities including kennels, garage, public areas, and non-public areas.
  • 10% Maintaining the cleanliness of shelter grounds, outside dog runs, and other areas.

OTHER FUNCTIONS:

Other related duties as assigned.

Minimum Acceptable Characteristics

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

Under the supervision of the Dog Warden and Adoption Center Director, the Animal Care Specialist is responsible for the upkeep of all dogs at the shelter while maintaining cleanliness of the kennel and grounds. Ensures shelter safety by following standard operating procedures.

QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma or GED, Valid Ohio Driver's license.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES: Ability to work with and around animals. Able to learn organizational policies, procedures, and operations. * Ability to maintain the confidentiality of sensitive information. Must be able to communicate information to supervisors and co-workers.

WORKING CONDITIONS: Works around potentially dangerous animals with minimal risk using proper safety techniques * May be exposed to inclement weather

* developed after employment

Posted: 3 December 2015

SUBWAY

We are now hiring!!!

Join our team and be part of something great!!!

Competitive Pay

Positive work environment

Flexible schedules

Direct deposit

Rewards and recognition

Free uniforms

Discounts on meals

401k

Employee assistance program

Discount program

Advancement opportunities

Leadership training

Subway University training

Go to Subway.com to apply today!

Contact jthompson@goodnewssubway.com for more info!

Posted 9 December 2015

Arbuckle Phayer Accounting Group, LLC

  • Hiring Full-time
  • At a minimum we need someone who has completed entry level courses in taxation & accounting, additional tax and accounting course work would be a plus, QuickBooks training/course work would also be a plus
  • Duties would include, answering phones, scanning and organizing tax documents, preparing client tax folders and engagement letters, processing tax returns upon completion

E-mail Resume’s to:

tracy@arbucklephayer.com

Posted 10 December 2015

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Alumni go on to become leaders who advocate for kids in sectors from education to law to business and beyond. Now is a great time to work on your application—this could be you next year. Apply by January 15 to take the first step.

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Posted: 11 December 2015

BOBBY LAYMAN CADILLAC GM

Cashier/Receptionist


Job Location: Lancaster:
CASHIER/RECEPTIONIST
PART TIME EVENING HOURS/SATURDAY OPEN-CLOSE
APPROX 25 HOURS A WEEK EVERY SATURDAY
JOB DESCRIPTION:
LOOKING FOR A FRIENDLY, OUTGOING, CUSTOMER DRIVEN, SELF MOTIVATED PERSON TO WORK IN A FUN, ENERGY FILLED, AND FAST PACED WORK ENVIRONMENT.
RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL INCOMING PHONE CALLS ON A MULTI LINE PHONE SYSTEM.
RESPONSIBLE FOR DIRECTING CALLS TO CORRECT DEPARTMENTS.
RESPONSIBLE FOR SCREENING AND TAKING MESSAGES FOR ANY UNANSWERED PHONE CALLS.
RESPONSIBLE FOR EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE.
RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLES (CASH, CHECK AND CREDIT CARD).
RESPONSIBLE FOR CLOSING EVENING REPORTS AND BALANCING CASH DRAWER.
RESPONSIBLE FOR LARGE SUMS OF CASH.
RESPONSIBLE FOR LIGHT FILING.
RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING A CLEAN WORK ENVIRONMENT.
RESPONSIBLE FOR BMV TEMPORARY TAGS.
RESPONSIBLE FOR DEALER TRADE CASH FUEL REIMBURSEMENT.
DRESS ATTIRE IS A BUSINESS CASUAL APPEARANCE.
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Application Instructions:
PLEASE CONTACT ALLEN STATEN OR ROBYN CONKEY  TO SCHEDULE AN OPEN INTERVIEW, 740-654-9590

Posted: 12/10/15

ADAMH

Clinical Care Coordinator

Fairfield County ADAMH is seeking a full time, (40 hour work week) Clinical Care Coordinator

Primary duties associated with the position include, but are not limited to: oversee contract agencies’ clinical and recovery support programs, involuntary hospitalization (probate) process, forensic monitor, quality assurance/utilization review.

The successful candidate shall have strong interpersonal skills.  Candidates for the position must possess a Master’s degree in behavioral health field, either independent licensure or eligible for independent licensure.  Mental health/addiction services experience preferred.

Salary is dependent upon qualifications and experience. 

Please submit your resume to nadine@ohiopps.org by December 18, 2015.  EEO Employer. 

Posted: 11 December 2015

Major Crimes Unit
Fairfield – Hocking - Athens
Administrative Assistant/Grants Coordinator


The Major Crimes Unit is seeking a part-time (20 hours per week-flexible hours)
Administrative Assistant/Grants Coordinator. Under the supervision of the
Commander of the Major Crimes Unit, the Administrative Assistant/Grants
Coordinator oversees the financial and record-keeping associated with all grants
received by the Major Crimes Unit and works closely with program staff and
county administration to ensure accurate financial reporting and procedural
compliance on all grants, including state government grants and federal equitable
sharing. The Administrative Assistant/Grants Coordinator must be an effective
communicator and possess the ability to see and understand all points of view.
The successful candidate will possess deep financial acumen and robust
collaboration and problem-solving skills and will provide seasoned guidance on
compliance issues as well as key financial and operational best practices. The
candidate must exhibit a strong track record of success in past employment and
have strong project management skills.
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. Knowledge in Microsoft Word, Excel
and Access is essential.
Salary: $18.16 per hour (Part-time position / 20 hours per week-flexible)
To Apply: Submit resume along with cover letter including salary requirements to:
E-mail to dlowe@majorcrimesunit.com by January 6, 2016.

Posted 11 December 2015

MULTI-COUNTY JUVENILE DETENTION CENTER


Department: Food Service Reports To: Food Service Coordinator
Title: Cook Normal Hours: As scheduled
Employment Status: Full-time FLSA Status: Non-exempt
Job Description and Worker Characteristics
POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES:
Under the direction of the Food Service Coordinator, the cook will plan, prepare, and cook daily meals for Center residents in accordance with dietary guidelines, state licensing, and NSLA standards; coordinates kitchen and food supplies.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
1. Prepares and cooks three meals daily (e.g., follows menu plans, locates and uses appropriate recipes, cuts and measures ingredients, et al.);
2. Assures snack foods are available;
3. Supervises and assists in serving meals (e.g., sets up food preparation line, controls portions, et al.);
4. Oversees kitchen and food supplies;
5. Conducts counts of trays, utensils, etc. following each meal and takes appropriate action to account for any missing items and documents same;
6. Orders and inventories supplies; stores and rotates stock
7. Ensures security of food service area;
8. Cleans kitchen after each meal (e.g., washes and sanitizes trays, equipment, and utensils, puts trays and utensils away after use, cleans food service area, et al.);
9. Maintains records relating to food service operations (e.g., tracks number and cost of meals served each day) and kitchen logs
(i.e., flatware accountability, sharps tool control, freezer/refrigerator temperatures);
10. Assures compliance with food service designated budget;
11. Consults with Food Service Coordinator regarding menus;
12. Conducts monthly surveys with youth regarding menu;
13. Develop and conduct weekly informational nutritional courses with youth;
14. Performs other duties as assigned in a timely and accurate manner.
15. Completes laundry duties daily.
OTHER DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITES:
Must demonstrate regular and predictable attendance; attends in-service trainings; performs other related duties as required.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Completion of secondary education or equivalent, supplemented by training, experience, or coursework in institutional food preparation; supervisory and prior juvenile detention food service experience preferred; must possess a valid Ohio Driver License;
must successfully pass required background check; must successfully pass required drug and alcohol screening upon employment.
LICENSURE AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
Valid Ohio Driver License; certified in First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) (upon employment).
POSITIONS SUPERVISED:
Assistant Cooks (In the absence of the Food Service Coordinator).
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITES: (* indicates developed after employment)
Knowledge of: Center policies, procedures and regulations*; security and safety procedures*; food portion control, basic nutrition principles; sanitary standards for food service operations; inventory control methods; interview techniques; supervisory principles and practices.
Skill in: Operating food service equipment; operating cleaning equipment; operating standard office equipment, including computer; operating metal detectors*; operating two-way portable radios*; verbal de-escalation*; unarmed self-defense*.
Ability to: Communicate effectively both orally and in writing; carry out a variety of instructions in written, oral, or picture form; develop and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, associates, residents, and the general public; strong ability to set priorities and maintain a schedule; be a team player; exercise sound judgment; maintain accurate records and documentation;  safeguard information of a sensitive or confidential nature; recognize unusual or threatening conditions and take appropriate action; prepare meaningful, concise, and accurate reports; define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions; physically restrain a resident as needed using approved and appropriate physical restraint techniques; engage in light to moderate physical activity for extended periods of time; performs tasks requiring the application of numerous laws, rules, regulations and procedures; add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers; supervise and evaluate the performance of others.
EQUIPMENT OPERATION: (The following are examples only and are not intended to be all-inclusive)
Oven, toaster, mixer, dishwasher, computer, and all other related food service equipment provided for use.
INHERENTLY HAZARDOUS OR PHYSICALLY DEMANDING WORKING CONDITIONS:
May be required to drive in adverse weather conditions; must be able to lift or move objects weighing up to 25 pounds; may be exposed to violent youths or youths under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs; may be exposed to blood or other bodily fluids; may be required to restrain violent detention residents; may be exposed to contagious or communicable diseases.
This position description in no manner states or implies that these are the only duties and responsibilities to be performed by the position incumbent.
Applications may be obtained at:
The Multi County Juvenile Detention Center
923 Liberty Drive
Lancaster, OH 43130
or you may fax or email resume attn: Michelle Brown (740) 652-1527 or email to brown@mcjdc.org

Posted 11 December 2015

Excellent opportunity!

Aspen Community Living

 

SEEKING A COMPANION / HHA

Tuesday – Friday 8am- 9am

Tuesday – Friday 4:30 pm to 9:30pm

Saturday 10am-7pm

Aspen Community Living is seeking a Companion / Home Health Aide to assist a young man in his home and on outings. The best candidate will have basic knowledge of simple meal preparation and be able to encourage good personal choices. You will need to have good communication skills and do daily documentation. We are looking for a person who is able to work independently and as part of a team. An interest in trains and video games would be a plus with this young man.  A safe vehicle, valid driver's license and proof of car insurance are required. Knowledge of the Lancaster area is preferred.

Start the New Year with a fun and rewarding new position!

Position Requirements:

CPR and First Aid
High School Diploma or GED
Reliable attendance
Accurate documentation
Ongoing training as required
Kind and caring disposition
A nationwide background check will be performed.

Application and initial training will be completed in our Worthington Office

Contact Vicky to apply - 614-880-6000 x 100

We offer weekly pay and a supportive office staff!

Posted 7 January 2016

HUMAN RESOURCES
SUPPORT SPECIALIST


Fairfield County Job and Family Services is looking for a full-time
Human Resources Specialist. This position will assist in
processing the agency’s payroll, maintaining personnel records of
agency employees, advising agency employees regarding human
resources related issues, and providing routine information to
staff. This position will operate a personal computer to produce a
variety of documentation, as well as provide support through
various functions in the hiring process, and provide assistance
with a variety of public relations issues, programs, and
documents.
Candidates for this position must have completed two years of
technical training in personnel/human resources practices,
employee or labor relations, public administration, or similar field
and at least one year of experience in a human resources
environment. Strong oral and written communication skills, the
ability to problem solve, and intermediate computer skills are also
necessary. Starting salary is $29,140.
Applicants should go to https://mss.co.fairfield.oh.us/AT/ and
complete an online application and attach a resume and cover
letter by January 29, 2016. All applications must be submitted
online. No phone calls please.

Posted 13 January 2016

 

Notice of Job Opportunity

 

Date Opened:      January 14, 2016                                   Date Closed:    UNTIL FILLED

Position:     Budget/Finance Director (Unclassified)        Agency:         Commissioners’ Office

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and / or Finance, Public Administration education or experience preferred; and two (2) years related experience; and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Additional Qualifications (Agency/Dept. Qualifications):

-Budget Forecasting, ability to identify cost savings measures

-Financial Planning, ability to analyze data and prepare reports, long term planning

-Purchasing Experience, identify ways to improve purchasing options for cost savings

-Presentation Skills, using PowerPoint or other presentation software

-Comfortable working with multi-level staff, including elected officials and management

-Notary Public*       *May acquire after hire and obtained prior to the end of the probationary period.   

 

Hours:          Full Time – 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.       Salary:           $55,000-$70,000 (Commensurate with experience)

 

Summary:

Manages, administers, and advises on all budgetary and associated operations of the Board of County Commissioners and related offices and departments. Ensures compliance with all federal, state, and local laws pertaining to the budget.  Identifies areas of improvement and recommends changes to the Board of Commissioners.

Duties:        

  • Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance.
  • Promotes and maintains positive and effective working relationships and promotes good public relationships as a representative of Licking County Government.
  • Develops and administers the County General Fund Budget using modern accounting techniques and software to improve the overall management and efficiency of financial operations.  Involves and assists elected officials, department heads, and fiscal officers in the process to make the budget a shared goal of the organization fostering communication, teamwork, accountability, and prioritization.
  • Prepares all documents pertaining to the budget process (e.g., Annual Tax Budget, Annual Appropriation Resolution) for the County’s General Fund and other/miscellaneous funds.  Reviews and monitors expenditure history and year-to-date figures to gauge and control appropriations.  Keeps the Board of Commissioners advised and informed as necessary.
  • Prepares an annual report that fosters clear and understandable communication between the County and its constituents.  The report shall include items such as regional characteristics and government goals in the community, missions and service, cost and revenue, and the year to come.
  • Facilitates the Cost Allocation Plan to comply with Federal and State cost reimbursement standards.  Works with agencies and vendors to resolve discrepancies and update plan criteria.
  • Responsible for oversight of procurement function and vendor correspondence.  Reviews and updates departmental requisitions and approves purchase orders ensuring proper spending and accurate posting within budgetary accounts. 
  • Monitors and manages cash flow between fund revenue and expenses.  Analyzes estimates, trends, and history to forecast cash position, appropriation potential, and the ability to meet short and long-term obligations. 
  • Performs forecasting and situational analysis as a decision making tool to include but not limited to estimating the impact of annual budget growth, increases in salary and medical benefits, and the result of approving large requests.
  • Prepares financial transfers and appropriations providing departmental assistance when needed and making recommendations to the Commissioners’ Office.
  • Advises the Commissioners on cash management strategies including the execution of bond issues and practices that influence a favorable rating and fund liquidity.  Provides the financial information necessary to update the existing bond rating and generate new bond issues.
  • Fosters innovative ideas to simplify key processes in attempt to making the County more efficient and effective.

 

  • Gathers and responds to financial status inquiries from the public and media.
  • Provides financial review, recommendation and analysis to department heads, elected officials, and fiscal offices on budgetary matters.
  • Promotes and encourages continuous efforts to migrate all county offices onto the centralized finance system.
  • Works in conjunction with the Auditor’s Office to validate fund accounting practices.  
  • Performs a variety of administrative functions to ensure efficient operation of the general fund; formulates/recommends, implements and administers new and revised policies and procedures; prepares reports.
  • Remains informed of current developments and procedures pertinent to duties; may be required to attend seminars/training.
  • Meets all job safety requirements and all applicable PERRP safety standards that pertain to the essential functions of the position and all agency safety procedures.
  •  

    Application Procedures:  Submit completed application, resume and cover letter to the Licking County Human Resources Department, 20 South Second Street, 3rd Floor, Newark, Ohio 43055.  Applications can be obtained in person in the Human Resources Department between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. daily or printed from the web site at www.lcounty.com

     

    Successful candidates will be subject to Licking County’s pre-employment drug screen and background check.

    Licking County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • Posted 1/16/2016

Lutheran Social Services



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Job Title:Critical Time Intervention (CTI) Case Manager



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Number of Positions:1

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Job Location:
Lancaster

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Job Qualifications:
Job Position - Lutheran Social Services of Central Ohio has a full-time opening for a Case Manager to work with our
Supportive Services for Veterans & Families (SSVF) program. This position will be responsible for facilitating our Critical Time
Intervention program in Fairfield, Hocking, and Perry counties by providing supportive services, employment guidance and development, and aftercare to assist clients in successfully obtaining employment, transitioning into and then maintaining permanent housing. This includes: work closely with clients to develop and implement intentional action-oriented goal plans based on the CTI model, with a focus on securing and maintaining employment and housing, operating from a “housing first” perspective; implement planning systems that reflect client strengths and needs, client responsibilities and action steps to help clients in achieving their goals; provide budgeting and other planning assistance toward the goal of housing attainment and retention; coordinate with community resources to assist clients in seeking income, employment and housing; refer clients to partner agencies and community resources that benefit their short-and long-term goals; gather information on potential resources for clients in the larger community, creating working relationships and disseminating information; maintain clear and precise data and case notes, including timely submission of any CQI reports and careful documentation of all client interactions. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field.


Application Instructions:
The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field and 2-4 years case management experience. LSW and experience with veteran’s strongly preferred. Must have strong understanding of case management methodologies including maintaining case notes and creation of a plan of action. Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to interact successfully with a diverse population. Strong organizational skills are a must! This position requires a high level of travel and is provided a company vehicle. As such, a satisfactory driving record is required and will be verified. Interested candidates such submit resumes to hmccracken@lssco.org


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Posted 19 January 2016

Lutheran Social Services



Job Title:Veteran Focused Case Manager

Number of Positions:1

Job Location:
Lancaster

Job Qualifications:
***NEW POSITION***Veteran Focused Case Manager
Job Position - Lutheran Social Services of Central Ohio has a full-time opening for a Case Manager to work with our
Veteran’s programs. This position will be responsible for full-cycle case management services including accepting referrals from the VA Homeless Coordinator and manages arrival of new veterans including transportation issues, bed assignment, etc.; conducting intake interviews with vets and completes required paperwork, communicating benefits and limitations of the program; developing and maintaining an on-going plan of action creating individual goals by assessing client strengths and needs. Make appropriate client referrals to outside agencies as needed and assists clients in securing stable housing and income. Act as a liaison and link for clients with outside community resources; have active communication with the VA Homeless Coordinator and the VA clinic social worker; developing relationships with area veteran’s organizations, VA Service Commission and area landlords; keep monthly contact with veterans who have moved into the community to 7 assure their continued stability; assisting veterans with transportation to move into housing, grocery shopping, etc, by accessing Lancaster Transit and other options when possible; conducting outreach efforts to external partners and educates them about the Veterans programs; assisting clients in the development of job and life skills as needed. This includes how to maintain their apartment, pay bills on time, apply for benefits, develop a budget and how to keep a job; establishing and maintaining file, ensures timely, accurate, and complete documentation and statistics as required for the program; managing direct client assistance to conform to budget. Keeps accurate mileage documentation; and perform all other duties as requested. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field and 2-4 years

Application Instructions:
The ideal candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in social work or related field and 2-4 years case management experience. LSW and experience with veteran’s strongly preferred. Must have strong understanding of case management methodologies including maintaining case notes and creation of a plan of action. Strong interpersonal
skills with the ability to interact successfully with a diverse population. Strong organizational skills are a must! Interested candidates such submit resumes to hmccracken@lssco.org
 


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Posted 18 January 2016

FINANCE DIRECTOR, LICKING COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT


DATE POSTED: January 25, 2016
AGENCY: Licking County Health Department
HOURS: Full Time: Monday – Friday, 8:00-4:30.
SALARY: $23.25/hr. ($45,337 per year)
DUTIES: Under the direction of the Director of Administrative Services and the Health Commissioner plans, directs, or coordinates the financial activities of the agency including. Supervises Accounting and Billing staff and assures the delivery of quality financial support services to internal and external customers.
Qualifications and Required Knowledge: Completion of Masters in Business Administration, Public Administration, Accounting or similar degree; or Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Business, or related course of study and three (3) or more years of work experience in fiscal management, budgeting, and reporting; computer experience; and demonstrated ability to supervise or equivalent combination of training and/or experience. Knowledge of economic and accounting principles and practices, the financial markets, banking and the analysis and reporting of financial data. Knowledge of business and management principles involved in strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique, production methods, and coordination of people and resources.


Application Instructions:
APPLICATION PROCEDURES: Open until filled. Please send resume and application to:
R. Joseph Ebel
Health Commissioner
Licking County Health Department
675 Price Rd., Newark, OH 43055
Phone (740) 349-6685; jebel@lickingcohealth.org
Successful candidates will be subject to pre-employment drug screening.
LCHD is a Tobacco and Nicotine Free Workplace. All new hires must be free from the use of tobacco or nicotine containing products as a condition of employment.
Posted 25 January 2015

Job title: Technician #2

                      

FLSA status:  Non-Exempt

Department: Facilities                                   Reports to: Senior Technician

Position summary:      This position requires that you would be able to quickly diagnose equipment processes and technical problems. Have the ability to solve technical issue and communicate back to management..  Use your experience to improve and develop better process. Be able to be involved in setting up new equipment for mass production.

 

Qualifications:

 

  • 5 yrs Manufacturing Experience or BS in Engineering discipline.
  • 3 Years Supervisory Experience
  • 3 yrs. Industrial Controls Experience. (Electrical, Pneumatic, Hydraulic, PLC’s, MMI’s Robotics, etc.)
  • Ability to read various types of drawings. ( Equipment Controls, Part drawings)
  • A solid understanding of OSHA safety standards.
  • Proficient in MS Office
  • Ability to create basic CAD drawing. ( Wiring, Layouts)

 

Primary Position responsibilities:

Improve manufacturing process.

  • Reduce machine downtime
  • Improve part quality through material or process improvement
  • Introduce new technology and innovation for new model.
  • Help in improving/ reducing QI points
  • Kaizen improvement-activities as assigned
  • Maintain-sufficient knowledge of all ISO Procedures both 9000 and 1400
  • Maintain sufficient knowledge of QCD Guidelines
  • Perform problem analysis & resolution (5ps, TTRs, etc
  • Perform equipment PM,s
  • Answer production line call
  • Trouble shooting and reading PLC logic
  • Trouble shooting and reading drawings
  • Do minor programming changes
  • Help maintain manual and  drawing changes.

 

Secondary Responsibilities

  • Delegate responsibility and be able to lead projects
  • shutdown activities (PM/PdM, Projects, Work Request, etc)
  • Communicate projects and issues with middle Management.
  • Making sure all associates have the proper tools.
  • Being responsible for all DT
  • Enriching the Facilities protocol to all associates.
  • Have good trouble shooting skills

Essential skills and experience:

  • Diagnostics Skills.
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written to facilities associates and outside suppliers
  • CAD Skills
  • PLC Programming
  • Knowledge of Robotics
  • Knowledge of vision systems and there operations.
  • Knowledge of Pneumatic.
  • Knowledge of Hydraulics
  • Knowledge of AC DC Motors
  •  
  • Ability to operate metal working equipment. ( Mill, Lathe, Drill Press and hand tools)
  • Ability to work with others
  • Excellent troubleshooting skills
  • Equipment/tooling troubleshooting skills

 

Reporting to this position:      No direct reports

 

Physical demands and work environment:  

 

The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • OJT Requirement: New Hire Orientation
  • Physical demands:  While performing the duties of this job, the associate may be subject to a significant amount of bending, heavy lifting, twisting, crawling and tasks that require manual dexterity. 
  • Work environment:  This job is performed in a factory setting.
  • This job is Contingent upon the results of your background check.

 

WI and QSP Requirements :

  • Delegate responsibility and be able to lead projects
  • shutdown activities (PM/PdM, Projects, Work Request, etc)
  • Communicate projects and issues with middle Management.
  • Making sure all associates have the proper tools.
  • Being responsible for all DT
  • Enriching the Facilities protocol to all associates.
  • Have good trouble shooting skills

Essential skills and experience:

  • Diagnostics Skills.
  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written to facilities associates and outside suppliers
  • CAD Skills
  • PLC Programming
  • Knowledge of Robotics
  • Knowledge of vision systems and there operations.
  • Knowledge of Pneumatic.
  • Knowledge of Hydraulics
  • Knowledge of AC DC Motors
  •  
  • Ability to operate metal working equipment. ( Mill, Lathe, Drill Press and hand tools)
  • Ability to work with others
  • Excellent troubleshooting skills
  • Equipment/tooling troubleshooting skills

 

Reporting to this position:      No direct reports

 

Physical demands and work environment:  

 

The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • OJT Requirement: New Hire Orientation
  • Physical demands:  While performing the duties of this job, the associate may be subject to a significant amount of bending, heavy lifting, twisting, crawling and tasks that require manual dexterity. 
  • Work environment:  This job is performed in a factory setting.
  • This job is Contingent upon the results of your background check.

 

WI and QSP Requirements :

 

 

TRAINING MODULE #

 

DESCRIPTION

1.New Hire Orientation

Human Resources

 

Associate Handbook Orientation

 

Benefits Overview

 

Company Overview

 

Computer Use Policies

 

Harassment Training

 

Safety Orientation

 

ISO Orientation

 

 

 

 

 

 

2 WIs AND QSPs

 

2a.  QSP-4.2.1

Description of TSTI QMS

2b.  QSP-4.2-5

Procedure to Control QSP’s, Work Instructions & Records

      2c.  QSP-6.2-1

Human Resource (HR) Management

2d. QSP-7.5.1

Control of Processes

2e. QSP-7.6-1

Control of Monitoring & Measuring Equipment

2f. QSP-7.6-2

Calibration & Gauge Qualification Procedure

      2g.  QSP-8.2-3

Audit Policy- Internal & Supplier

      2h.  QSP-8.2-6

Monitoring & Measurement Process

      2i. QSP- 8.3.2

Change Point Control

      2j.   QSP- 8.5.3

Corrective and Preventive Actions

      2k.   QSP- 8.5.4

Quality Alert

Work Instruction

 

WI-FAC-001

Work Order Policy

WI-FAC-002

PM Policy

WI-FAC-003

Parts Inventory Parts Sign Out

WI-FAC-004

Receiving parts into Inventory

WI-FAC-005

Receiving , Labeling and Storing of Adhesive

WI-FAC-006

Mobile Glue Pot Adhesive Distribution – 1920GR Adhesive

WI-FAC-007

Flushing of Adhesive Lines with MEK

WI-FAC-008

Inventory Search/ Sign Out

WI-FAC-009

Equipment Modification Sheet/ Change Point Control Form

WI-FAC-010

55 Gallon Drum Adhesive Distribution

WI-FAC-011

Disposal of Aerosol Change

WI-FAC-012

Vacuum Machine Die Change

WI-FAC-014

Asset Transfer Tag

WI-FAC-019

Filling out RCA form

WI-FAC-024

Machine Downtime Protocol

 

 

ESP Requirements:

EPM-0.0.1

ESP Overview

ESP 4.4.2-1

Competence & Training & Awareness

ESP 4.4.3-1

Communication

ESP 4.4.7-1

Emergency Preparedness

ESP 4.5.4-1

Nonconformance & Preventative Action

EWI Requirements:

EWI-000

Master Work Instruction List

EWI-005

Adhesive Usage Daily Recordkeeping

EWI-007

Management of Hazardous Waste

EWI-008

Completing & Verifying a Waste Manifest

EWI-009

Collection & Disposal of Aerosol Cans

EWI-010

Collection & Disposal of Spill Materials

 

 

Complete

Topic/Task

Estimated Time

 

Introduction: (Review only when an associate is new/transferred to the area)

  • New Hire/Transfer Date:

 

 

  1. Review JTN Responsibilities

 

 

  1. Discuss OJT Plan & Training

 

 

  1. Discuss Associate Handbook

 

 

  1. Review QC Business Plan

 

 

Safety: (Review only when an associate is new/transferred to the area)

 

 

  • Please note, the following information is not meant to replace the required safety training provided by TSTI.  It is to compliment the required training to better orient the associate to the area he/she will be working.

 

 

  1. Fire Evacuation Routes

 

 

  1. Tornado Shelters

 

 

  1. Emergency Equipment (eye wash, fire blankets, extinguishers, 1st aid station)

 

 

  1. Personal Protective Equipment required in the area

 

 

Training:

 

 

  1.  

 

 

  1.  

 

 

  1.  

 

 

  1.  

 

 

  1.  

 

 

  1.  

 

 

  1.  

 

 

h. 

 

 

i. 

 

 

j. 

 

 

k. 

 

 

l. 

 

 

m. 

 

 

n. 

 

 

Cross Training (to be learned within 6 months of beginning position/After their 90 probation period):

 

 

All Secondary Responsibilities (see previous list)

 

 

Total Hours

 

Posted 26 January 2016

Job Qualification: Technician

                                                                                                                                       

Job Position: Not Applicable                                                                   

FLSA status: Non-Exempt

Department: Facilities                                                                       Reports to: Senior Technician/Team Leader

                                                               

Position summary: This position requires that you be able to quickly diagnose equipment processes and problems.  By reducing process related downtime by performing equipment repairs and preventative maintenance. 

               

Qualifications (Basic Knowledge, skills and abilities):

  • High School diploma or equivalent.
  •  Prefer three years electrical, hydraulics, welding, pneumatics, air compressor, air dryer and chiller experience.
  •  Knowledge of machine shop equipment, mechanical skills, troubleshooting, National Electric Code, OHSA regulations, blueprints and schematics preferred.
  • Good communication skills, ability to work independently under general supervision and ability to work overtime on short notices is required.
  •  Knowledge of Ladder Logic and PLC experience required.

 

Primary Position responsibilities:

 

  • Improve manufacturing process.
  • Reduce machine downtime
  • Improve part quality through material or process improvement
  • Introduce new technology and innovation for new model.
  • Help in improving/ reducing QI points
  • Kaizen improvement-activities as assigned
  • Maintain-sufficient knowledge of all ISO Procedures both 9000 and 1400
  • Read & understand drawings
  • Perform problem analysis & resolution (5ps, TTRs, etc
  • Perform equipment PM,s
  • Snow removal
  • Answer Production line calls

 

Secondary Responsibilities:

 

  • Maintain sufficient knowledge of QCD Guidelines
  • Trouble shooting and reading PLC logic
  • Trouble shooting and reading drawings
  • Do minor programming changes
  • Help maintain manual and  drawing changes.
  • Pick up Supplies and or Parts
  • Maintain and removal of all hazardous waste
  • Maintain all operation of storing and spraying of adhesive

 

Essential Job Requirements:          

  • Good communication skills, both verbal and written to facilities associates and outside suppliers
  • Ability to work independently under general supervision
  • Safe work practices
  • Excellent troubleshooting skills
  • Reading of schematics and diagrams
  • High School diploma or equivalent. 
  • Prefer three years electrical, hydraulics, welding and pneumatics.
  • Knowledge of Ladder Logic and PLC experience required.
  • Knowledge of machine shop equipment, mechanical skills, National Electric Code, OHSA regulations.
  • Flexible work hours
  • Computer use
  • Ability to work overtime on short notices is required.
  • Organization skills and Preventive Maintenance skills.
  • Cost awareness.

 

Nonessential skills and experience (preferred):

  • Excellent troubleshooting skill
  • Ability to work with others
  • Ability to travel

               

Reporting to this position: 0 direct Reports

 

Physical demands and work environment:

The physical demands and work environment characteristics described here are representative of those that must be met by an associate to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • Physical demands:  While performing the duties of this job, the associate may be subject to a significant amount of bending, heavy lifting, twisting, crawling and tasks that require manual dexterity. 
  • Work environment:  This job is performed in an factory setting.
  • This job is Contingent upon the results of your background check.

WI and QSP Requirements :

 

 

TRAINING MODULE #

 

DESCRIPTION

1.New Hire Orientation

 

 

Human Resources

 

Associate Handbook Orientation

 

Benefits Overview

 

Company Overview

 

Computer Use Policies

 

Harassment Training

 

Safety Orientation

 

ISO Orientation

 

 

2 WIs AND QSPs

Description of TS Trim Industries, Inc. QMS

2a.  QSP-4.2.1

Description of TSTI QMS

2b.  QSP-4.2-5

Procedure to Control QSP’s, Work Instructions & Records

      2c.  QSP-6.2-1

Human Resource (HR) Management

2d. QSP-7.5.1

Control of Processes

2e. QSP-7.6-1

Control of Monitoring & Measuring Equipment

2f. QSP-7.6-2

Calibration & Gauge Qualification Procedure

      2g.  QSP-8.2-3

Audit Policy- Internal & Supplier

      2h.  QSP-8.2-6

Monitoring & Measurement Process

      2i. QSP- 8.3.2

Change Point Control

      2j.   QSP- 8.5.3

Corrective and Preventive Actions

      2k.   QSP- 8.5.4

Quality Alert

Work Instruction

 

WI-FAC-001

 

WI-FAC-002

Work Order Policy

WI-FAC-003

PM Policy

WI-FAC-004

Parts Inventory Parts Sign Out

WI-FAC-005

Receiving parts into Inventory

WI-FAC-006

Receiving , Labeling and Storing of Adhesive

WI-FAC-007

Mobile Glue Pot Adhesive Distribution – 1920GR Adhesive

WI-FAC-008

Flushing of Adhesive Lines with MEK

WI-FAC-009

Inventory Search/ Sign Out

WI-FAC-010

Equipment Modification Sheet/ Change Point Control Form

WI-FAC-011

55 Gallon Drum Adhesive Distribution

WI-FAC-012

Disposal of Aerosol Change

WI-FAC-014

Vacuum Machine Die Change

WI-FAC-019

Asset Transfer Tag

WI-FAC-024

Filling out RCA form

 

Machine Downtime Protocol

 

ESP Requirements:

EPM-0.0.1

ESP Overview

ESP 4.4.2-1

Competence & Training & Awareness

ESP 4.4.3-1

Communication

ESP 4.4.7-1

Emergency Preparedness

ESP 4.5.4-1

Nonconformance & Preventative Action

 

EWI Requirements:

EWI-000

Master Work Instruction List

EWI-005

Adhesive Usage Daily Recordkeeping

EWI-007

Management of Hazardous Waste

EWI-008

Completing & Verifying a Waste Manifest

EWI-009

Collection & Disposal of Aerosol Cans

EWI-010

Collection & Disposal of Spill Materials

EWI-011

Collection & Disposal of Glue Pot Liners

EWI-012

Collection & Disposal of Infectious Waste

EWI-013

Collection & Disposal of Used Oil

EWI-014

Collection & Disposal of Fluorescent Lamps & HID Bulbs

EWI-015

Collection & Disposal of Batteries

EWI-016

Use of Compactors

EWI-017

Collection & Disposal of Used Spray Booth Filters

EWI-018

Collection & Disposal of Used Shop Towels

EWI-019

Recycling of Aluminum and other scrap metals

EWI-020

Use of Baler

EWI-021

Recycling of Wood Pallets

EWI-022

Recycling of Shrink Wrap

EWI-023

Recycling of Resins and Plastics

EWI-026

TS Trim Emergency Contact List

EWI-028

Responding and Disposing of Chemical Releases (Non-Emergency)

EWI-029

Responding & Disposing of Chemical Release (Emergency)

EWI-030

Emergency Evacuations

EWI-032

Recycling of Office Paper

EWI-038

Recycling Production Related Materials

EWI-039

Recycling Locations

EWI-041

5 Minute Safety Meetings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OJT Checklist

Completed

Topic / Task

Time Est.

Complete

Topic/Task

1. ISO:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Introduction: (Review only when an associate is new/transferred to the area)

  • New Hire/Transfer Date:

         a. Work Instructions

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Review JTN Responsibilities

         b. Location of Work Instructions

 

 

1 hr

 

  1. Discuss OJT Plan & Training

2. Citirx:

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Discuss Associate Handbook

         a. Data Entry

 

 

 

 

1 hr

 

  1. Review QC Business Plan

3. PM's

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Safety: (Review only when an associate is new/transferred to the area)

         a. Insure Work is Being Completed

 

 

 

 

  • Please note, the following information is not meant to replace the required safety training provided by TSTI.  It is to compliment the required training to better orient the associate to the area he/she will be working.

         b. Oversee PM Program

 

 

 

2 hrs

 

  1. Fire Evacuation Routes

4. Corrective Action

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Tornado Shelters

         a. Goal Setting

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Emergency Equipment (eye wash, fire blankets, extinguishers, 1st aid station)

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Choose a blouse with a higher neckline, a jacket that buttons easily, and skirt/pants that skim your curves, but do not hug them. Skirts should be no more
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sure your nails are clean and trimmed. If you do choose to lacquer your nails, neautral colors and subtle hues are preferred.  Your shirt fits if you can
snuggly fit two fingers between the collar and your neck dress shirt neck Pant should barely rest on your shoelaces.

pant length
Hair should be freshly trimmed, clean, and out of the face. Go with a smooth shave, or groomed facial hair.
Have nails trimmed and clean hair & hygiene
Coordinate belt, shoes, & dress socks. Black or grey suit? Wear black shoes and belt, and gray or black socks. Navy suit? Wear brown shoes and belt, and brown
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JACKET Sleeves
Sleeves should reveal ¼” to ½” of your dress shirt when standing with arms at your side.
jacket buttons
Typically suits have two buttons and only the top should be buttoned. Remember to unbutton while sitting.
the suit
A suit is a matching coat and bottoms made from the same material. Don’t try to match just any black blazer with any
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         b. Disciplinary Action

 

 

 

2 hrs

 

  1. Personal Protective Equipment required in the area

5. COP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Training:

         a. Safety

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

         b. Organization

 

 

 

1 hr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cross Training (to be learned within 6 months of beginning position/After their 90 probation period):

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All Secondary Responsibilities (see previous list)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Total Hours

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
 

General sign off: The Associates of TS Trim Industries, INC are expected to adhere to all company policies and to act as a role model in the adherence to policies. 

 

I have read and understand this Job Description and have been trained according to the OJT Checklist contained in this document.

 

Associate Signature: ________________________________________________  Date:  _______________________

Posted 26 January 2016

 
 

General sign off: The Associates of TS Trim Industries, INC are expected to adhere to all company policies and to act as a role model in the adherence to policies. 

 

I have read and understand this Job Description and have been trained according to the OJT Checklist contained in this document.

 

Associate Signature: ________________________________________________  Date:  _______________________