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        Job Title / Employer                                                       Job Description / Duties                    
Bookkeeping Assistant

The Janes Group (Corner Market/Save-A-Lot)

Basic Accounting Experience or at least Accounting 1000 level

                10 Key Calculator Experience

Excel Spread Sheet Knowledge

Work is basic but volume may increase based on ebb and flow of
                business demands

Looking to hire Part-time or Full-time. Hours of operation M-F 8am-                4:30pm with ½ hour for lunch

Willing to work around Students Schedule

Starting Pay $10.00 per hour (potential for pay increase based upon proficiency)

               Contact Information:

Steve Mowery
                 (740)775-9985 Ext. 103

E-mail steven.mowery@janesgroup.net especially after 4:30 p.m. M-F

 

Event Planner and Coordinator Intern

Event Planner and Coordinator Intern

Organization: The City of Chillicothe is embarking on a curbside recycling program. In 2017 Chillicothe City Council approved the establishment of a new curbside recycling program that will begin service in the summer of 2018. This is the first new service that the City has offered in many years and an effective “roll out” will be critical to its success. For effective implementation of the program, an excellent communicator will be needed to provide operational household information and plan events around recycling/sustainability.  The successful applicant will be working directly with the Mayor and other members of the administration and City Council to effectively communicate the various aspects of the recycling program to the public. In addition, the applicant will need to effectively communicate with the administration from Ohio University Chillicothe (OUC) as many of the events will be held on the OUC campus.  The intern will also gain experience in other non-recycling recycling related governmental communications and will be involved in the rollout of the new city website. 

Intern Position Title:  Event Planner and Coordinator Intern

Description:  The City of Chillicothe seeks a self-motivated, enthusiastic individual to assist in event planning to market the city’s Curbside Recycling initiative as well as other city business.  The ultimate goal is to educate the city’s citizens regarding the project and keep the citizens of Chillicothe informed regarding city business with events scheduled throughout the city as well as Ohio University Chillicothe.   The intern will have a significant amount of autonomy and independence in fulfilling the duties and responsibilities of the position.

Reports to: Mayor, Director of Safety Service, Director of Human Resources, Director of Parks & Recreation and casual report to Ohio University Chillicothe administration.

Duties and Responsibilities:

·         Create an event timeline for the initial startup of the Curbside Recycling initiative that coincides with the work of the marketing and communication intern, also working on the project. 

·         Research best practices for the Curbside Recycling initiative operations, events.

·         Create a Facebook page for each event and incorporate other social media.

·         Draft, distribute and pitch news releases, media alerts and other stories regarding events that relate to recycling.

·         Design flyers, graphics, and other materials that encourage participation at the various events.

·         Use the City of Chillicothe Facebook page and other social media outlets to educate the public about recycling and advertise events.

·         Engage the business community in promoting recycling at planned events.

·         Create area school programming events to encourage recycling and promote a sustainability culture.

Qualifications:

·         Working toward a college degree, preferably in a related field (e.g. Business, Communications, English, Marketing, Environmental Studies  or Public Relations)

·         Completed or enrolled in Communication Studies and/or Marketing and/or Environmental Studies courses

·         Must be computer literate (working knowledge of Word, PowerPoint, Excel).  Proficiency in Publisher, Photoshop, HTML, and graphic design is preferred

·         Firm understanding of available tools and platforms in the social media space

·         Effective oral and written communication skills

·         Ability to communicate in a professional manner with a variety of audiences

·         Self-motivated, good organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines

·         Previous internship or related experience in marketing or communications is a plus

·         Creative in creating and planning events that promote household recycling and sustainability

Start Date:  Position open until filled, requires a minimum 15 week commitment

Hours:  Approximately 10-12 hours per week, minimum of 135 hours over the 15 week period

Compensation:   PAID internship through grant funding

 

To Apply:  Send cover letter and resume by July 6, 2018 to:

Mayor Luke Feeney

C/O Kathy Flechtner

35 S Paint St

Chillicothe, Ohio 45601

Or Via email @ kathy.flechtner@chillicotheoh.gov

 

 

 

Marketing & Communications Intern

City of Chillicothe

Marketing and Communications Intern

Organization: The City of Chillicothe is embarking on a recycling program. In 2017 Chillicothe City Council approved the establishment of a new curbside recycling program that will begin service in the summer of 2018. This is the first new service that the City has offered in many years and we want to make sure we roll it out right. To do that we need an excellent communications and marketing program to get the word out. The successful applicant will be working directly with the Mayor and other members of the administration and City Council to effectively communicate the various aspects of the program to the public. The intern will also gain experience in other non-recycling recycling related governmental communications and will be involved in the rollout of the new city website.  

Intern Position Title:  Marketing and Communications Intern

Description:  The City of Chillicothe seeks a self-motivated, enthusiastic individual to assist in marketing and communications efforts for the city’s Curbside Recycling initiative as well as other city business.  The ultimate goal is to educate the city’s citizens regarding the project and keep the citizens of Chillicothe informed regarding city business.  The intern will have a significant amount of autonomy and independence in fulfilling the duties and responsibilities of the position.

Reports to: Mayor, Director of Safety Service, Director of Human Resources, Director of Parks & Recreation

Duties and Responsibilities:

·         Create a communications timeline for the Curbside Recycling initiative

·         Research best practices for the Curbside Recycling initiative operations and communications

·         Create policies and procedures for the initiative

·         Create a Facebook page for the initiative and incorporate other social media

·         Draft, distribute and pitch news releases, media alerts and other stories regarding the initiative and other city business

·         Design flyers, graphics, and other marketing materials for the initiative and other city business

·         Assist with copyediting for the various promotional materials distributed for the initiative as well as other city communications

·         Manage the City of Chillicothe Facebook page and other social media

Qualifications:

·         Completed or working toward a college degree, preferably in a related field (e.g. Business, Communications, English, Marketing, or Public Relations)

·         Completed or enrolled in Communication Studies and/or Marketing courses

·         Must be computer literate (working knowledge of Word, PowerPoint, Excel).  Proficiency in Publisher, Photoshop, HTML, and graphic design preferred

·         Firm understanding of available tools and platforms in the social media space

·         Effective oral and written communication skills

·         Ability to communicate in a professional manner with a variety of audiences

·         Self-motivated, good organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines

·         Previous internship or related experience in marketing or communications is a plus

Start Date:  Position open until filled, requires a minimum 15 week commitment

Hours:  Approximately 10-12 hours per week, minimum of 135 hours over the 15 week period

Compensation:   PAID internship through grant funding

 

To Apply:  Send cover letter and resume by July 6, 2018 to:

Mayor Luke Feeney

C/O Kathy Flechtner

35 S Paint St

Chillicothe, Ohio 45601

Or Via email @ kathy.flechtner@chillicotheoh.gov

 

VETERAN

Claims Specialist/Customer Service

Social Security Administration

fulltime, temporary with possibility of becoming permanent

Below is a link to SSA’s website for Veterans Special Hiring Authorities. 

https://www.ssa.gov/careers/veterans.html

The position types found in SSA Field Offices are considered Public Contact positions.   Specifically, Claims Specialists and Customer Service Representatives (see below link).

https://www.ssa.gov/careers/careersPublicContact.html

Claims Specialists speak with beneficiaries about Social Security benefits. (Field Office)
·
        Interview applicants for benefits.
·
        Determine a claimant’s initial eligibility for Social Security benefits.
·
        Analyze evidence that will help make a determination.
·
        Obtain, clarify, and verify data used to analyze claims and make benefit decisions.

Customer Service Representatives gather facts and evidence to establish eligibility for benefits. (Field Office)
·
        Assist the public by answering a wide variety of questions both in person and via telephone.
·
        Conduct interviews, investigate situations, and resolve issues.
·
        Assess relevant information to determine ongoing eligibility for Social Security benefits.
·
        Analyze a claimant’s benefit payment history.

The Chillicothe SSA Field Office is currently looking for a Veteran interested in a temporary position that would run through 9/30/18 but could be extended if funding permits or even made permanent.  As we discussed the time frame for this position is very short so we are looking for interested candidates to get in touch we me as soon as possible.  However, even if a veteran is not ready for this opportunity and would be interested in future opportunities please give them my contact information.  The veteran would need to submit a detailed resume and a copy of their DD-214 (long form). 

 

 

Administrative Associate/TYKMA Electrox

Part-time

To provide administrative and clerical support to ensure the efficient operation of the company.

Job responsibilities include but are not limited to:

·         Reviewing files and records to answer requests for information

·         Follow up with customers and vendors as needed

·         Answering phones and transferring calls to the appropriate destination

·         Reports: Produce reports on a weekly/monthly/as needed basis

·         Accounts Receivable and collections; processing invoices and collecting payments

·         Reviewing incoming sales orders and entering them into the company system

·         Daily communication with outside customers

·         Data entry; including inventory adjustments, etc.

·         Resolves complex and unique problems

Key Competencies

  • organizational and planning
  • time management skills and the ability to prioritize work
  • data management
  • attention to detail and accuracy
  • problem-solving
  • adaptability
  • customer service orientation
  • team work
  • communication skills - verbal and written

Please send resume to:
asams@permanentmarking.com

 

 

Branch Office Administrator

Edward Jones

Job Function –  REQUIREMENTS (Why job exists, what areas it impacts on,  requirements to do the job, and Success Factors)

Duties and Responsibilities of the Accounts Payable Accounting Assistant III: List each area on one line in order of importance and show percent of time spent on each).

Coordinates and processes, on a timely basis, manual paper or imaged invoices.

·         Sorts and assembles invoices and check requests to be completed for payment

·         Reviews for approval signatures, extensions and auditing of selected invoices prior to payment

·         Verifies invoice quantities and values against respective purchase orders

·         Checks for any previous payments

·         Enters or uploads invoices into the appropriate ERP system

·         Maintains copies of invoices or correspondence necessary

·         Meets monthly invoice input levels with minimal errors

 

90%

Prepare and enter monthly or quarterly invoice accruals.

 2%

Retain appropriate records as outlined in Records Retention Manual

 3%

Various Special Projects as required.  Other duties as assigned. (Monthly, Quarterly and Annually)

 5%

The incumbents assist other team members with special projects in a flexible teamwork environment.  Strict adherence to Internal Controls as they relate to the General Accounting function must be exercised at all times.  The incumbents must assure that sensitive information is handled in a discrete and secure, yet efficient manner.

Requires: 

High School Degree or equivalent.  The incumbent must be innovative and be able to recognize implications of improvements across the functional areas.  Each team functions as a critical part of the Center to meet all requirements established; therefore, dependability and reliability are essential.  Personal computer/mainframe knowledge, plus the ability to use such applications as word processing, databases, spreadsheets, and electronic mail is preferred.   Individuals must work efficiently and accurately in a teamwork atmosphere.  The ability to work while under pressure and meet scheduled deadlines is a necessity.

Please send resumes to Shirley Noble, snoble@ppg.com

 

 

Juvenile Detention Officer

South Central Ohio Regional Detention Center

Hamman Lawn Care

Pharmacy Technician/Kroger Bridge St.

Looking for Experience in the Healthcare field?

Look no further than Kroger here in town!

887 N. Bridge St

Chillicothe, OH 45601

Now Hiring Pharmacy Technicians!!!

This is a great job opportunity for college students:

  • Flexible scheduling

  • Certification training included

  • Great experience in the retail and healthcare market

  • Opportunity for career advancement

If interested go to jobs.kroger.com and follow these steps!

  • Steps to search for openings:

o   Select the “Hourly Jobs” Link under Featured Job Opportunities.

o   Find the location of your choice by using one of the search options.

o   Select an opening by clicking the title.

o   Click apply now and you will be prompted to create your “Candidate Profile.”

 

  • Steps to complete the Candidate Profile and Application:

o   Complete the candidate profile which is a one time task and it will be reused each time you apply to the company.

o   After your candidate profile is complete, you can move on to complete the application.

      Please provide your availability by day to identify when you can work.

      You may apply to more than one job posting at a time, however you can only apply once to any particular job posting.

      Please keep your applications current and apply about every 30 days until selected. 

o   You also have the option to set up job alerts and track the status of your applications.

o   After the application is complete you will be prompted to complete the assessment.

Any questions call 740-775-8467 or stop in and ask for pharmacy manager, Brendan.

 

 
Landscape Laborer

Arselli's Landscape and Design

1410 Alum Cliff Rd.

Chillicothe, OH

740-775-8177

 

Responsible for the cultivation and care of the landscaping and grounds surrounding a business or building. Plants flowers, mows, pulls weeds, repairs structures, and maintains outside of building.

Primary responsibilities:

  • Perform groundskeeping and building maintenance duties
  • Care for established lawns by mulching, aerating, weeding, grubbing and removing thatch, and trimming and edging around flower beds, walks, and walls
  • Landscape by planting flowers, grass, shrubs, and bushes
  • Sweep walkway of debris
  • Apply fertilizer to ground to enhance growth
  • Perform routine maintenance duties such as applying plaster, fixing fountains, and other duties
  • Cut down tree limbs that are posing a danger
  • Trim shrubs and pull weeds
  • Perform minor repairs and maintenance procedures on equipment utilized in groundskeeping
  • Rake, mulch, and prune the grounds as needed
  • Install rock, cement, lighting, water
  • Water plants and grass as needed and apply fertilizer
  • Apply pesticide to rid grounds of pests such as mosquitoes, wasps, ticks, and others
  • Haul or spread topsoil, and spread straw over seeded soil to hold soil in place
  • Gather and remove litter
  • Load and unload trucks

Requirements:

  • Valid driver's license
  • background check
  • references
  • drug screening
Youth Worker II

Bainbridge, OH

Apply online:

www.lys.org

 

Are you passionate about wanting to support young adult males in having a better life?  Are you looking for a career in the social services or criminal justice field while making a difference in youth’s lives?

Lighthouse Youth & Family Services has full-time Youth Worker II positions available at Paint Creek, our residential treatment facility located in southeastern Bainbridge, Ohio (Ross County). Paint Creek provides 24/7 rehabilitative residential treatment to adolescent males involved in the juvenile justice system.

Responsibilities include ongoing supervision for safety and providing life skills coaching with moderate to high at risk youth, implementation and reinforcement of self-sufficiency assessments and learning plans. Position is also responsible for administrative and facility operations including coverage for meetings and off-site appointments.

Position offers the opportunity for professional growth, unlimited training and advancement. 

Qualifications:

  • Experience in social services, juvenile justice and/or residential care a plus

  • Ability to work a rotating schedule

  • Must be 21 years of age or older

  • Valid driver’s license and good driving record

  • Associates (or Bachelors) degree preferred

  • LCDC II and/or QMHS preferred

  • Bilingual and/or Sign Language proficiency a plus

Why Work with Lighthouse Youth Services:

  • Mission focus: Make a difference in the lives of youth

  • Modern non-traditional rehab facility; beautifully landscaped scenic workspace

  • Competitive salary and benefits package

  •  PAID training and professional development opportunities

  • PAID assistance with obtaining LCDC II license

  • Bonus for attainment of QMHS, LCDC II/III or other professional licensure

  • Promotional opportunities

  • Referral bonuses

  • Free meals

  • Casual dress code

Join a winning organization with a great staff culture and work environment and a rewarding career that impacts the lives of young men.

 

Youth Worker I

Nights-Bainbridge, OH

Apply online:

www.lys.org

Are you passionate about wanting to support young adult males in having a better life?  Are you looking for a career in the social services or criminal justice field while making a difference in youth’s lives?

Lighthouse Youth & Family Services has full-time Youth Worker II positions available at Paint Creek, our residential treatment facility located in southeastern Bainbridge, Ohio (Ross County). Paint Creek provides 24/7 rehabilitative residential treatment to adolescent males involved in the juvenile justice system.

This position is 3rd shift, 11:00pm-7:00am.

Responsibilities include ongoing supervision for safety and security of facility and residents; supporting facility operations; and guiding youth through wake up and bed time routines. 

Position offers the opportunity for professional growth, unlimited training and advancement. 

Qualifications:

  • Experience working with youth a plus

  •  Must be 21 years of age or older

  • Valid driver’s license and good driving record

  • Bilingual and/or Sign Language proficiency a plus

Why Work with Lighthouse Youth Services:

  • Mission focus: Make a difference in the lives of youth

  • Modern non-traditional rehab facility; beautifully landscaped scenic workspace

  • Competitive salary and benefits package

  • PAID training and professional development opportunities

  • Promotional opportunities

  • Referral bonuses

  • Free meals

  • Casual dress code

Join a winning organization with a great staff culture and work environment and a rewarding career that impacts the lives of young men.

 

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OU-C Career Services
Bennett Hall 275
Martha Tanedo, Coordinator, Student Support
740.774.7733   
tanedo@ohio.edu

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Tel: 740-774-7200