Company Name: Allen County Department of Job and Family Services
Job Description:

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:
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]
Qualifications:

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
• 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]
Qualifications:

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.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES
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
Company Name: OhioMeansJobs
Company Location: 951 Commerce Pkwy. Lima, Ohio 45802
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Deadline for Application: March 17, 2020
Job Description:

Allen County Job & Family Services offers internships that provide a hands-on training experience throughout the various departments of the Agency.
Interns will work directly with our team to understand the various programs and every day operations of the Agency.
They will have the opportunity to develop stronger organizational, communication and time management skills.

DEPARTMENTS:
• OhioMeansJobs
• Public Assistance
• Investigations & Adult Protective Services
• Human Resources
• Maintenance
• Information Systems

EXPECTED INTERNSHIP: 8 weeks

FUNDAMENTAL JOB DUTIES:
• Provide exceptional customer service.
• Assists clients by providing information concerning assistance programs.
• Refers clients to appropriate office or unit.
• Completes routine paperwork, general clerical duties and other duties as assigned (e.g. light typing, data retrieval from PC, etc.).

Contact Email: [email protected]
Qualifications:

This paid internship is a planned and structured work experience that provides youth various opportunities for career exploration and skill development. Individual must meet youth program eligibility requirements for this funded internship/learning opportunity; youth program ages are 18-24 years old Applicants will be screened for youth program eligibility.

Preferred Contact Method: Email
Company Name: OhioMeansJobs - Allen County
Company Location: 951 Commerce Pkwy. Lima, Ohio 45802
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Job Description:

Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00-4:30 (Flexible)

Pay: $12.00/hr.

Expected internship: 8 weeks

Job Description:
• Serves as intern for job center assistance programs.
• Provide exceptional customer service.
• Assists clients by providing information concerning job center resources and employer hiring events.
• Refers clients to appropriate office or unit.
• Answers phones and return customer inquiry phone calls.
• Connects callers with appropriate staff.
• Processes Agency mail for delivery to Post Office.
• Scans documents into the Agency document imaging system.
• Completes routine paperwork, general clerical duties and other duties as assigned (e.g. light typing, data retrieval from PC, etc.).
• Copies, assembles and prints Agency documents and information packets.
• Host employer job fairs and hiring events.
• Post-employment openings on various websites and job boards.

Contact Email: [email protected]
Qualifications:

This paid internship is a planned and structured work experience that provides youth various opportunities for career exploration and skill development. Individual must meet youth program eligibility requirements for this funded internship/learning opportunity; youth program ages are 18-24 years old. Applicants will be screened for youth program eligibility.

Please email resume to [email protected].

Preferred Contact Method: Email
Company Name: Advance Employment
Job Description:

Middle of production line and end of production line work. Hands on – working with conveyors and robot cells, quality checks, data entry. Utility positions are at the end of the production lines – preparing products for shipment to our clients.

We have all three shifts available – as well as “Weekend Warriors”! We are also looking at preparing for our Summer Hire Program!

Contact Name: Stacey Alexander
Contact Email: [email protected]
Contact Phone: 888-562-8326
Qualifications:

Utility Technicians – no requirements – entry level
Downstream Technicians – High School Diploma

Preferred Contact Method: Phone
Company Name: W Market St Family Physicians
Company Location: 915 W Market St, Suite E
City Where Job is Available: Lima, OH
Date Job is Available: January 15, 2020
Deadline for Application: January 27, 2020
Job Description:

Patient assessments, triage, schedule procedures and referrals, prior authorizations, etc.
This is a full time position, 35-40 hours per week.

Contact Name: Bev
Contact Email: [email protected]
Contact Phone: 4192294747
Qualifications:

Active LPN License
Electronic Medical Record experience helpful.

Preferred Contact Method: Email, Phone
Company Name: Wells Brothers Inc.
Company Location: 105 Shue Dr
City Where Job is Available: Anna, OH
Date Job is Available: January 15, 2020
Job Description:

The maintenance technician position is responsible for performing highly diversified duties to install, troubleshoot, repair and maintain production and facility equipment according to safety, predictive and productive maintenance systems and processes to support the achievement of the customer’s business goals and objectives. Responsible for the completion of all work in a timely manner. All duties must be performed in accordance with all company policies and procedures.

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Perform highly diversified duties to install and maintain production machines and the plant facility’s equipment.
• Provide emergency/unscheduled repairs of production equipment during production and performs scheduled maintenance repairs of production equipment during machine service.
• Perform simple machinist duties and responsibilities.
• Perform mechanic skills including, but not limited to, mechanical, controls, plumbing, welding, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, troubleshooting and repair of production machines.
• Read and interpret equipment manuals and work orders to perform required maintenance and service.
• Diagnose problems, replace or repair parts, test and make adjustments.
• Perform regular preventive maintenance on machines, equipment and plant facilities.
• Use a variety of hand and power tools, electric meters and material handling equipment in performing duties.
• Detect faulty operations, defective material and report those and any unusual situations to proper supervision.
• Comply with safety regulations and maintain clean and orderly work areas.
• Carefully read manuals of equipment and interpret them to understand how to operate and maintain them properly
• Read work orders to confirm the production task is within the capacity of the factory’s equipment in order to abide by manufacturers’ guidelines; make provision for alternate equipment to handle big production tasks to prevent wearing out
• Strictly abide by safety regulations during manufacturing activities, keeping equipment in check to avoid mechanical hazards that could cause harm to operators and workers
• Carry out routine servicing of equipment as part of measures to prevent breakdowns and malfunctions, which could thwart production activities.
• Troubleshoot equipment to determine specific malfunctioning issues and tackle them accordingly
• Communicate with management or clients to inform them about equipment faults and best maintenance techniques to implement for maximum performance
• Prioritize daily work orders according to their level of importance
• Perform other duties as assigned or as needed

Contact Name: Heather
Contact Email: [email protected]
Qualifications:

Minimum of 3 years’ experience in industrial maintenance preferred. Ability to adapt to changing schedules and be willing to work overtime including weekends, holidays and travel as needed. Ability to easily and positively adjust to changing priorities and department processes. Must be able to sit and /or stand for long periods of time. Must be able to lift, push, pull and carry a minimum of 60 pounds on occasion. Must be able to stoop, bend and reach. Must be unafraid of heights. Must be able to simultaneously handle the demands of internal and external customers.

SKILLS
Required:
Valid State issued Driver’s License
Preferred:
PLC Troubleshooting
Hydraulics
Plumbing
HVAC

Preferred Contact Method: Email, Website, Bring resume in Person
Company Name: Wells Brothers Inc.
Company Location: 105 Shue Dr
City Where Job is Available: Anna, OH
Date Job is Available: January 15, 2020
Job Description:

Perform manual work in the installation, maintenance, and repair of plumbing systems in industrial settings. Work involves installing and assembling plumbing systems, maintaining and repairing sewer systems, pipe and pipeline systems, reviewing blueprints, and performing skilled plumbing tasks in maintaining, repairing, and servicing a variety of industrial fixtures and equipment. Responsible for the completion of all work in a timely manner. All duties must be performed in accordance with all company policies and procedures.

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Ability to read, understand, and apply plumbing codes
• Read, understand, and utilize specifications, submittals, and blueprints
• Operate and maintain powered industrial equipment and hand tools
• Be capable of working with a wide range of piping systems and material including, but not limited to PVC, ABS, CPVC, Copper, Cast Iron, Steel, and Stainless
• Organize, plans and prioritizes work environment
• Assemble and install plumbing systems

Contact Name: Heather
Contact Email: [email protected]
Contact Phone: 937-394-7559
Qualifications:

Minimum of 3 years’ experience in industrial Plumbing preferred. Ability to adapt to changing schedules and be willing to work overtime including weekends, holidays and travel as needed. Ability to easily and positively adjust to changing priorities and department processes. Must be able to sit and /or stand for long periods of time. Must be able to lift, push, pull and carry a minimum of 60 pounds on occasion. Must be able to stoop, bend and reach. Must be unafraid of heights and confined spaces. Must be able to simultaneously handle the demands of internal and external customers.
Skills
Required:
Valid State issued Driver’s License
Knowledge of Ohio Revised Plumbing Code
Preferred:
Strong understanding and/or skilled in other trades (Electrical, HVAC, Fabrication etc.…)

Preferred Contact Method: Email, Website, Bring resume in Person
Company Name: Wells Brothers Inc.
Company Location: 105 Shue Dr.
City Where Job is Available: Anna, OH
Date Job is Available: January 15, 2020
Job Description:

• Understand electrical circuits concepts & Theory (Single Phase, Three Phase, AC and DC Electricity, 240V high leg system, wire colors, and test equipment)
• Maintain a low Safety Incident Occurrence History
• Operate Mechanical, Hydraulic and Electrical Conduit Benders
• Install cables and cable trays
• Read blue prints with minimum supervision
• Rough in, device, fixture and panel connections
• Assist in supervision and training of lower lever employees
• Branch and Feeder load calculations
• Select and Size circuit breakers and fuse applications
• Run large size pipe (>2”) with supervision
• Size/Select pull boxes, junction boxes and handholes
• Size/Select/Install motor controllers
• Load calculations for Commercial, Industrial, and Residential
• Understanding of code book, conduit & wire sizing, box fill, and conduit strapping.
• Understanding of Nema 1, 12, and 3R requirements.
• Perform other duties as assigned or as needed

Contact Name: Heather
Contact Email: [email protected]
Contact Phone: 9373947559
Qualifications:

Minimum of 3 years’ experience in industrial electric preferred. Ability to adapt to changing schedules and be willing to work overtime including weekends, holidays and travel as needed. Ability to easily and positively adjust to changing priorities and department processes. Possess a thorough understanding of industrial electrical, motor control and lower voltage electrical systems. Must be able to sit and /or stand for long periods of time. Must be able to lift, push, pull and carry a minimum of 60 pounds on occasion. Must be able to stoop, bend and reach. Must be unafraid of heights. Must be able to simultaneously handle the demands of internal and external customers.

SKILLS
Required:
Valid State issued Driver’s License
Preferred:
Proficient in reading code book

Preferred Contact Method: Email, Website, Bring resume in Person