Company Name: Allen County Public Health
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Job Description:

Service Area: Nursing Services Reports to: Director of Nursing
Salary: Pay Range 23 (Starts at $19.99/hour; salary commensurate with experience)
Under general supervision of the Director of Nursing, the Public Health nurse provides public health nursing services to individuals, families, and population groups. Identifies health problems, educates individuals about health issues, links individuals to needed personal health services to assure the provision of healthcare when otherwise unavailable.

Sample Job Responsibilities:
• Provides general nursing services such as administration of immunizations, tuberculosis screening/follow-up, lead investigations, reproductive health and wellness assessments, birth control pills and emergency contraception dispensing as ordered; telephoning prescriptions/refills, care coordination and referrals, and educating and referring patients and families in order to support nursing services programs
• Receives and investigates reports of communicable disease, instructs on and/or reinforces physician/nurse practitioner recommendations/orders to ensure patient compliance

Working Conditions:
• Occasional overtime, night or weekend hours may be required
• Travel within and outside the district sometimes required

• Health insurance
• Paid holidays
• Vacation
• Public retirement system

Allen County Public Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To Apply: Visit and search by reference number.

Contact Email: [email protected]

• Bachelor’s degree in nursing preferred and two (2) years of experience in a clinical/nursing role in public health or related agency preferred.
• Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be considered
• Valid and unrestricted State of Ohio license as a Registered Nurse.
• Valid Ohio driver’s license with an acceptable driving record and proof of auto liability insurance coverage.

Preferred Contact Method: Email, Website
Company Name: Allen County Board of Developmental Disabilities
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Job Description:

Beginning Salary Range: $37,500 – $61,750

Position Description
Serves as the primary point of coordination for individuals receiving Service and Support Administration (SSA) services from the Allen County Board of DD. Responsible for assessment, planning, coordinating and monitoring of all services. Responsible for a caseload ranging from 20-40 individuals.

• Facilitates the person-centered planning process to identify and address individual choice, preferences, strengths and need for all services. Assesses individuals’ need for service utilizing formal and informal assessments. Develops and revises Individual Plans (IPs). Develops and implements an annual schedule of plan review.
• Works cooperatively with individuals and on behalf of individuals to coordinate and acquire needed services. Links individuals to appropriate community resources and assists individuals in the provider selection process as required. Maintains effective and ongoing contact/communication with individuals, families, guardians, and significant others, as applicable.
• Continuously reviews the delivery of services, supports and training provided by the Allen County Board of DD, other agencies/providers, and persons important in the life of individuals served. Ensures services are effective and in compliance with local, state and federal regulations. Maintains regular and ongoing contact with residential service providers. Provides technical support regarding delivery and documentation of services.
• Develops staffing patterns and service budgets. Monitors utilization of authorized services. Works to maximize services while maintaining costs. Maintains proficient knowledge of assessment tools and software programs for adequate waiver service planning and budgeting.
• Completes all necessary paperwork in an accurate and timely manner, including required elements for waiver administration. Documents all services in accordance with established TCM guidelines.
• Participate in MUI/UI reporting, investigation and follow-up, including identifying trends and patterns. Provide crisis intervention and ensure availability on a 24-hour basis during assigned on-call rotation.
• Assures individuals have adequate representation, including identified natural supports and chosen representatives.
• Collaborates with community agencies. Provides information about the Allen County Board of DD on topics such as eligibility rules and available services.
• Attends conferences and seminars as required to maintain professional certification and enhance professional growth. Participates on committees as assigned.

Responsible to: SSA Supervisor

Hours: Flexible – This employee may be required to Telework.

Contact Email: [email protected]

• Bachelor’s degree
• Over one through three years of related experience preferred.
• Experience with Medicaid/Medicare Waiver programs strongly preferred.
• Have or be capable of obtaining Service and Support Administration certification.
• Must have a valid Ohio driver’s license with a record that is acceptable by the agency’s insurance carrier as verified by an annual driver’s abstract.
• Must provide proof of liability insurance on personal vehicles.
• First Aid and CPR
• Ability to assess service delivery and communicate effectively with providers.
• Knowledge of social systems and available resources.
• Ability to write articulate correspondence and communicate clearly both orally and in writing.
• Ability to mediate differences and obtain resolution to conflict situations.
• Ability to relate to individuals and families in a supportive manner.
• Must have the academic skills necessary to achieve acceptable scores on the Skills Ability Tests.

We Are an Equal Opportunity Employer / Drug Free Workplace

Preferred Contact Method: Email
Company Name: INEOS Nitriles
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Deadline for Application: March 2, 2020
Job Description:

INEOS Lima Chemicals seeks a Rotating Equipment Mechanic for its Lima, OH location. Upon meeting the minimum qualifications, applicants may be invited to take a test regarding the skills and abilities regarding the essential functions of the position. Test performance and ability to meet job qualifications will determine if candidates move forward in the selection process.

Rotating Equipment Mechanic Responsibilities:
• Know, understand and apply safety standards, safe working practices and procedures. Use safety equipment provided to avoid personal injury, injury to others and damage to equipment.
• Read, understand and follow written instructions and procedures including cross section and exploded view drawings of the equipment for disassembly, repair and reassembly of the following types of rotating machinery:
o Pumps ranging in size from small metering pumps to large horizontal and vertical centrifugal pumps.
o Compressors, both centrifugal and reciprocating driven either by electric motor or turbine.
o Gear units, both speed increasing and speed reducing.
o Centrifuges, large process type.
o Agitators and mixers.
o Steam turbines.
o Fans, squirrel cage and blade types.
o Rotary air locks (fluidizers)
o Other miscellaneous rotating equipment.
• Disassemble and reassemble journal bearings and seals.
• Make basic line breaks and pipe makeups.
• Perform lubrication tasks including greasing, oiling, and oil sample collection and results review.
• Have basic working knowledge in troubleshooting mechanical failures in rotating equipment and recommending corrective measures.
• Be able to review maintenance manuals, manufacturer’s catalogs, blueprints and other references for specifications and performance information.
• Able to utilize specialized equipment in troubleshooting rotating equipment to determine and locate causes of trouble. Including vibration monitoring equipment and software, and basic understanding of interpreting that data.
• Show basic proficiency in the use of specialized tools used for the construction of equipment foundations and the installation of rotating equipment.
• Align rotating equipment using precision alignment tools such as lasers and dial indicators.
• SAP proficiency upon issues found:
o Update / create work plans to correct issues found during vibration data collection, lubrication analysis or other method.
o Update / create bill of materials to make current to vendor parts
o Update / create preventive maintenance plans based on feedback from manufacturer, rotating technicians, reliability engineers and subject matter experts.
• Effective computer skills and knowledge/ability to utilize. Microsoft Office and internet navigation skills required.
• Accomplish training as needed to stay current on equipment technology.
• Be able to work on a team with a positive proactive personality.

Applications must be submitted to OhioMeansJobs Allen County.

Contact Email: [email protected]

• The preferred candidate will have chemical plant experience. Trade Union experience is also a plus.
• INEOS offers excellent compensation and benefits package. The pay for this position starts at $32.77 per the local collective bargaining agreement and increases to $43.70 when fully qualified.

Preferred Contact Method: Email
Company Name: Superior Credit Union
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Job Description:

Superior Credit Union is recruiting for a full-time Director of Compliance.

This position is responsible for administering the Bank Secrecy Act compliance program, implement and manage an effective legal compliance program and provide administrative support to the Board and Senior Management Team. The Director of Compliance will also be responsible for working with External Auditors during compliance examinations.

Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans.

Contact Name: Theran Carroll
Contact Email: [email protected]

The prime candidate will have a bachelor’s degree in a law, finance or business-related field, as well as 3-5 years of proven experience in a compliance officer role. Excellent organizational, problem solving, critical thinking and communication skills are also required.

Preferred Contact Method: Email
Company Name: Reineke Lincoln Ford Lima
Date Job is Available: March 1, 2020
Job Description:

eineke Ford Lincoln of Lima is hiring a full-time Body Shop Estimator.

This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced estimator, and or someone with body shop repair or painting experience that can learn our estimating and blue printing processes. We are a busy shop that performs high quality repairs, and great customer service. We offer great working conditions and a team environment, with a full benefit package.

Job Description:
• Write estimates for customers, insurance companies, and Reineke dealership vehicles.
• Work hand in hand with insurance adjusters filing and following up on supplemental repairs.
• Provide excellent customer service.

About Reineke Family Dealerships:
The Reineke Family celebrated 55 years of business in August 2015 thanks to the overwhelming support from communities and loyal customers across northwest Ohio. We look forward to another 55 years of service!

We have 8 different dealership locations in Lima, Findlay, Fostoria, Upper Sandusky, Tiffin, Toledo, and North Baltimore. We have a huge inventory of vehicles and a loyal customer base across northwest Ohio.

We have decades of experience in servicing our customers’ vehicles and have garnered an excellent reputation in the community for superb pricing and an incredible staff.

At Reineke Family Dealerships, we know that our employees are our greatest asset and our success is driven by their talent, hard work, and dedication. We value the contributions of our employees. We provide ongoing training as well as rewarding outstanding effort and results.

We offer:
• Competitive compensation and great earning potential
• Outstanding benefits
• 401k
• Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability Insurance
• Paid time-off and holidays
• Sales training and support that will provide you with the skills you need to be a top earner
• High customer satisfaction for both sales and service
• A professional and respectful work environment

Preferred Contact Method: Website
Company Name: Premier Roll Offs
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Job Description:

Roll Off Drivers are responsible for safely operating a heavy-duty truck with a goose neck trailer attached while providing superior customer service through the delivery and removal of containers or compactors to disposal sites, transfer stations, and customer locations. Drivers navigate congested streets, confined areas, and industrial work sites while ensuring his or her vehicle remains in compliance with company standards. Driver will enter/exit truck several times per day and may be required to climb to hook/unhook containers, move items to smooth the load, and to secure tarps.
Responsibilities and Duties
• Performs pre- and post-trip inspection of vehicle, documenting and reporting any mechanical or safety issues.
• Provides roll off delivery and removal services to customers on assigned route(s) or by work order.
• Courteously interacts with customers, both internal and external, ensuring customers are serviced in a professional and timely manner.
• Reports service issues, such as blocked alleyways, over-weight containers, safety hazards, or impassable streets, to Dispatcher.
• Reports any necessary container repairs or replacements to Dispatcher.
• Immediately notifies Route Manager or Dispatcher of any accidents, injuries, or property damage.
• Maintains and updates route sheets and driver logs.
• Performs other duties assigned by Route Manager or Dispatcher.
Knowledge and Skills
• Customer service oriented with desire to meet and exceed expectations.
• Professional, courteous, and trustworthy while maintaining a sense of pride in work.
• Time management skills to ensure duties are completed in a safe and efficient manner.
• Willingness to adhere to Blue Chip Construction polices and safety standards.
• Ability to work in all weather conditions and perform physical requirements including repetitive lifting, pushing, pulling, and climbing.
• Ability to work overtime, weekends, and/or holidays.
• Verbal and written communication skills.
• Excellent truck driving/maneuvering skills.
• Minimum 3 years CDL truck driving experience.

This job description is intended to describe the general nature, complexity and level of work to be performed by employees assigned to this position and is not to be construed as an exhaustive list of responsibilities, duties and/or skills required. It does not prescribe or restrict the work that may be assigned. Furthermore, this does not establish a contract for employment and is subject to change at the discretion of the company.

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Minimum Qualifications
• Legally eligible to work in the United States

Work Environment
• Exposure to extreme weather conditions.
• Exposure to residential and commercial waste.
• Possible exposure to high traffic conditions while outside the vehicle.

Preferred Contact Method: Website
Company Name: Smith's Home Improvement and Repair
City Where Job is Available: Spencerville, OH
Job Description:
  • General construction
  • Roofing
Contact Name: Brian Smith
Contact Email: [email protected]
Contact Phone: 567-204-2780

Some experience in the construction field is preferred but not required. This job is a great way to put your skills to the test in the field. We specialize in precise, quality, professional home improvements.

Preferred Contact Method: Email, Phone
Company Name: Allen County Department of Job and Family Services
Job Description:

Determines eligibility for clients applying for child care services; including information gathering, documentation of income and resources. Completes necessary paperwork and data entry on client caseload and child care providers for effective case management. Maintains ongoing case load of active clients. Completes required reports.

Conducts all interviews, inspections, and reference checks necessary to approve or deny applications to be day care providers. Conducts ongoing evaluations and re-certifications of day care providers. Investigates complaints which allege day care providers to be out of compliance with State or local regulations or policies. Documents results of such investigations and completes related forms and reports. May provide technical assistance and training to day care providers. Monitors and tracks provider participation in training.

Determines eligibility for Title XX, PRC (Prevention, Retention and Contingency), and other Social Services. Completes client budget of household expenses. Contacts third party (e.g. landlord, car dealer, utility company, etc.) to confirm plan of assistance. Arranges for needed services. Completes data entry and arranges for services as needed. Maintains accurate records. Completes needed correspondence and documentation. Assists with Information and Referral (I & R) through initial interview or telephone conversations. Assesses client’s needs and makes appropriate referrals to other social service agencies in the community.

Attends meeting and training sessions at the State and local levels to learn new methods, regulations and policies. May do public speaking to external partners regarding child care and/or other social services.

Contact Email: [email protected]

• Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel Access and Outlook.
• Undergraduate major core coursework in behavioral science, social science, business or education, one course or six months experience in interviewing techniques, and one course or six months experience in typing, keyboarding, or word processing.
• Or Completion of two years of technical education in behavioral science, social science, or business, one course or six months experience in interviewing techniques and one course or six months experience in typing, keyboarding, or word processing.
• Or Two courses or one year of experience in behavioral science, social science, business or customer service techniques, one course or six months experience in business mathematics, one course or six months experience in business English, one course or six months experience in interviewing techniques, and one course of six months experience in typing, keyboarding or word processing.
• Or Education, training and/or experience in an amount equal to the Minimum Qualifications stated above.
Completion of a baccalaureate degree in related field preferred.

Preferred Contact Method: Email
Company Name: Village of Beaverdam
City Where Job is Available: Beaverdam, OH
Job Description:

The Village Fiscal Officer/Office Manager shall attend all meetings of the legislative authority of the Village and keep a record of its proceedings and of all rules, bylaws, resolutions and ordinances passed or adopted, which shall be subject to the inspection of all persons interested. In case of the absence of the fiscal officer such legislative authority shall appoint one of its members to perform the fiscal officer’s duties.

The Fiscal Officer shall attend training programs for new Village Fiscal Officers and annual programs of continuing education for Village Fiscal Officers that are provided by the Auditor of State pursuant to section 1 17.44 of the Revised Code.

The Fiscal Officer must keep accurate accounts of all money received and disbursed identifying the amount, date, payer and payee and account. The books must provide separate accounts for each fund and appropriation. The fiscal officer shall also keep a treasury investment account documenting the investment of treasury funds. (Ohio Revised Code Sections 733.43, 733.45, 733.47, and 733.14) The Fiscal Officer must keep records of all property owned by the Village and must keep records of all taxes and assessments. (Ohio Revised Code Section 733.28)

Acquisitions and disbursement of funds — The Fiscal Officer shall acquire from the county treasurer those Village taxes and assessments placed on the county auditor’s tax list for collection and amounts due to the Village to be disbursed upon proper authorization. (Ohio Revised Code Sections 733.44 and 733.46)

Job Duties and Requirements:
• This is a business and shall be ran as a business
• No special arrangements regarding payment of utilities to be made without Council approval.
• Personal phone calls are to be kept to a minimum.
• Appointments to be made accordingly to allow the office to maintain these hours. Exceptions will be made for time or days off with advance notice so that temporary arrangements can be made.
• Any checks received in the Town hall office for the Village are to be made payable to the Village of Beaverdam. Tall cash payments received in person are to be given a hand receipt. Cash payments received by mail or dropped off in the drop box are to be hand receipted and copy of the receipt to be returned with the following month’s utility bill. No checks or cash are to be left in the Town Hall office after Friday at 5:00 p.m.
• Minutes or notices are to be posted promptly and taken down 7 days after posting.
• Maintain Village’s website and Facebook page.
• Scan documents.
• All water/sewer invoices must be initialed by Village Administrator before payment.
• No statements are to be paid unless invoices are attached in order.
• All deposit slips must be itemized.
• All backups to be done weekly and a duplicate kept off site in a secured area.
• All scanning to be done within three (3) days of finalization/completion.
• The Finance Committee and Mayor will make random checks to assure that all accounts and Village business are administered properly, executed as required and kept in an orderly fashion.
• All Village accounts are to be kept confidential except when requested by Council, Village Administrator or Mayor or with the exception of requests made by the public to items which they are entitled to.
• Residents, Council, Village Administrator, Solicitor, Mayor and other Village employees are to be treated with respect.
• Failure to abide by these requirements may result in dismissal.
• There will be a 90-day probationary period.
The requirements and duties which are set forth in this document are described to meet the general requirements of the position and are not an all-inclusive list. Therefore, additional duties may be assigned

Contact Email: [email protected]

Interested candidates will have Accounting and Computer background by having either a minimum 2-year degree or equivalent work experience. The applicant will also need to have experience in operating Microsoft Word and Excel and will be willing to learn meter reading program, Utilities bill program, and UAN (State Accounting Program). They will also need to have excellent organization skills. This job will be 30 hours a week. The starting wage will be $16.50 with a $.50 raise after a 90-day probationary period. This position is also evaluated on an annual basis.

Preferred Contact Method: Email
Company Name: OhioMeansJobs Allen County
Company Location: 951 Commerce Pkwy. Lima, Ohio. 45802
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Deadline for Application: March 17, 2020
Job Description:

TITLE: Job Coach

CLASSIFICATION: Eligibility/Referral Specialist 2

HOURS: 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

PAY RATE: $17.04/hr.

This position will focus on the coordination of supportive services for job seekers and workers in Allen County.
• Acts as primary contact to customers, as well as employers, in the marketing and referral of customers. Also refers customers to appropriate job center programs, assisting with resumes and registering on OMJ. Assists customers in developing job search skills. Answers and transfers phone calls within the Job Center.
• Works with local workforce development organizations and employers to determine employers’ needs, and program availability (OJT, WEP, SEP, tax credits, training incentives, etc.) to assist with job openings, new hires and employee retention. Posts and maintains job postings on spreadsheet, job board, and on OMJ. Conducts resume searches for job postings and notifies employer of candidates. Assist with social media and website updates and postings. Uses Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook to manage agency job postings.
• Determines eligibility for WIOA Adult, Dislocated Worker, and Youth programs, as well as the Common Case Management and Employment Program (CCMEP). Maintains ongoing caseload of active clients. Completes follow up services. Works extensively with the CCMEP Youth Coordinator on a variety of tasks.
• Determines eligibility for Social Services Programs (i.e. PRC, TXX) co-enrolling as appropriate to assist customers in overcoming barriers to employment. Completes client budget of household expenses. Contacts third party to confirm a plan of assistance. Arranges for needed service, completes data entry and arranges services as needed. Maintains accurate records. Completes contracts and paperwork for training.
• Attends meeting and training sessions at the State and local levels to learn new methods, regulations and policies.
• Other duties as assigned (i.e. assisting administrators and supervisors in compiling information, completion of special projects, training and meetings, etc.).
• Completion of a baccalaureate degree in related field preferred.

Contact Email: [email protected]
Preferred Contact Method: Email