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Now Hiring at Ship Express Delivery, LLC

Nov 21, 2019 - Nov 20, 2020

SALES REPRESENTATIVE/FREIGHT BROKER

Ship Express Delivery, LLC is seeking the right candidate to grow our freight logistics business.   Our parent company, Express Delivery Services, Inc, has owned and operated a dedicated truck fleet in Lebanon, Ohio since 1997.  This new position and opportunity is for the self-starter, motivated entrepreneur and will build upon our current success. 

Build your career at our growth-oriented company!

Responsibilities:

·         -Soliciting new full truckload and LTL business

·         -Heavy cold-calling to build client base

·         -Negotiating quotes for jobs and projects

·         -Communicating w/clients, carriers, shippers & receivers

·         -Account management

·         -Maintain & update information quickly via company software

·         -Work in tandem with Dispatch and provide coverage as needed

Qualifications:

·         1-5 years sales workforce experience, logistics sales strongly preferred

·         -Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment

·         -Good business decision-making and problem-solving skills

·         -Excellent written, verbal, and negotiating skills

·         -Superior customer-service skills

 

Benefits & Compensation:

·         -Base salary plus uncapped earnings potential

·         -Paid time off & 6 paid holidays

·         -Optional health, dental, and vision plans

Real Intangibles:

·         -Small, Family business where you make a difference

·         -Ground floor opportunity-we are planning for success

·         -Team environment

 

Compensation:

·         -Base salary + Commission and Bonus potential 

 

       www.ShipExpressDelivery.com

Email: Mike@ShipExpressDelivery.com

PSU is seeking an Adult Service Provider

Dec 4, 2019 - Jun 4, 2020

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Senior Counselor - Camp Joy Clarksville, OH

Dec 10, 2019 - Jun 10, 2020

“Senior Counselor” - Camp Joy is seeking passionate and creative counselors for our 2020 Summer Camp Season. Apply online at https://camp-joy.org/about/employment/camps/

Primary Responsibilities:

1.   Reside with campers, providing 24-hour supervision. Supervise, educate and assist in all aspects of camper life and daily routine while at camp.

2.   Manage camper behaviors.

3.   Lead or assist camp activities for small groups of campers as scheduled by the Program Coordinator.

4.   Follow the weekly schedule. 

5.   Provide supervision and assistance during camp activities led by Program Specialists.

6.   Complete all paperwork such as: incident reports, health screens, course usage forms, etc…

7.   Follow Camp Joy policies and procedures.

8.   Participate in all staff meetings and trainings

Observable Behaviors:

1.   Customer Service

a.   Role Model: provide positive interaction with campers and clients, and demonstrate positive behavior management.   

b.   Positive Relationships: learn camper’s names, play with campers, and create opportunities for campers to learn and make friends.

c.   Go Above and Beyond: respond effectively and efficiently to client and camper needs.

2.   Teamwork

a.   Flexible: adapt positively to camp and schedule changes and willing to jump in where needed.

b.   Effective Communication: maintain open communication with campers, and staff.

3.   Work Quality

a.   Professionalism: Deliver a high quality, professional, and safe Joy experience. 

b.   Timeliness: Arrive on time and prepared for all programs, meetings and tasks.

c.   Initiative: Completes all tasks in a timely and professional manner. 

Minimum Qualifications:

1.   18 years of age.

2.   Previous experience working with youth. Previous camp experience strongly desired. 

3.   Experience and ability to communicate and work with other staff, youth, and clients.

4.   Be able to be active for over 12 hours a day on diverse landscapes and during inclement weather.

5.   Valid driver’s license if applicable.

Camp Joy Clarksville, OH

Alexander's Kennels Part-time Bathing Position

Feb 6, 2020 - May 6, 2020

Immediate Bathing position , Bathing consist of bathing and drying the dogs as they come in.

Part-time,  Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday  8:00am-4:00pm

Must be  able to lift 50 lbs, must love dogs,  Contact Janette at 513-932-6909

 

Alexander's Kennels - Certified Dog Groomer starting in April

Feb 6, 2020 - Jun 6, 2020

Position opening April 2020

Certified Dog Groomer

Must have experience,  Part-time position with flexible hours.  Contract Position. Family operated business with a warm ,small and caring atmosphere.

Camp Joy is Hiring for a Full Time Kitchen Staff/Cook Position!

Mar 5, 2020 - Jun 30, 2020

Camp Joy is Hiring for a Full Time Kitchen Staff/Cook Position!

Coordinate and prepare meals including food prep, cooking and beverage service, according to organizational standards and Health Dept. regulations. Perform food service delivery and cleanup services, set up dining areas, replenish food, beverage and silverware, bus tables/buffet and wash dishes as necessary. Clean and maintain kitchen and dining areas according to Health Dept. codes. Receive and verify food service deliveries, monitor and rotate stock, communicate low inventories and irregularities to Guest Services Manager. Assist Guest Services Manager with menu development, advising of available stock and offering new menu item suggestions. Empty trash and recycling from kitchen and dining hall at end of shift. Job Type: Kitchen staff/cook Full-time year-round, comp. pay w/benefits and seasonal positions. To submit a resume or learn more about the position please contact Tammy Early @ 937-289-2031 Ext. 235

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Director of WCESC K-5 Alternative School

Mar 9, 2020 - Aug 31, 2020

The Warren County ESC is seeking qualified candidates, for several positions, for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.  To apply or for additional information, please go to our website: https://www.warren.k12.oh.us/Content2/12

Job Description

Reports To:

Superintendent; Senior Executive Director of Student Programming

FLSA Status:

Non-Exempt

Qualifications


        Master's Level Degree in Educational Administration or Related Field (i.e. Social Work;   Applied Behavior Analysis)

        Ohio Department of Education Administrative License (Superintendent; Principal; Pupil   Personnel)

        At least 3 years of experience as a supervisor/director of educational programming and/or services

        Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively communicate and interact with diverse populations at all levels

        Excellent verbal and written communication skills and organizational abilities

        Experience with developing programming and services in an educational setting

        Pass a criminal background check

        Ability to maneuver stairs unassisted

        Ability to lift 40 pounds unassisted

Program Description

The purpose of the 1<-5 Alternative School is to provide programming that meets the educational, social emotional needs, and behavioral needs of at-risk students, who have experience academic and/or discipline issues in a typical student setting. The 1<-5 Alternative School provides a neutral setting in which students' difficulties can be assessed and solutions can be explored. The program promotes emotional regulation, restorative thinking, social emotional learning, and establishes boundaries providing a safe and productive work environment that allows the student to achieve academic success.

General Duties

Under the administrative direction of the Superintendent and/or Senior Executive Director of Student Programming, acts as the educational leader of the assigned building following board policies and procedures; and supervises assigned staff and pupil personnel.

Duties and Responsibilities

1.      Directs, supervises, and evaluates assigned building personnel (e.g., schedules, promotes self-care   and wellness, assigns work, evaluates, interviews, disciplines, handles complaints).

2.      Serves as the building's instruction leader and directs and supervises pupil personnel and programs.

3.      Supervises the development of the master schedule and provides appropriate information concerning   same to ESC Central Office as requested. 

4.      Schedules periodic staff meetings and make every effort to provide staff with resources to perform   assigned tasks. 

5.      Prepares and submits the building’s budgetary requests and monitors expenditures of all funds. 

6.      Supervises the intake of assigned pupils and oversees the grading, assignment of pupils to rooms or   sections, the grading system which has been approved by the Governing Board and the careful and   accurate health, and other important records of pupils. 

7.      Services as a role model for educators and students in how to conduct themselves as citizens and as   responsible, intelligent human beings. 

8.      Helps instill in students and staff the belief in and practice of ethical principles and democratic values.

9.      Shall perform such other duties as the Governing Board may assign/determine.

10.  The employee shall remain free of any alcohol or nonprescrpibed controlled substance abuse in the       workplace through his/her employment in the County/District.

11.  Observes Risk Reduction Safety Rules and Regulations of the Warren County ESC and School Districts,   State, Federal OSHA laws and will be evaluated to the extent of compliance and implementation as an   employee of such rules and regulations for safety in the workplace while visiting such sites in line of   work duties. 

 

Additional Working Conditions

1.       Possible exposure to blood, bodily fluids, and tissue.

2.       Possible operation of a vehicle under inclement weather conditions

3.       Possible interaction among unruly children. 

SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST

Mar 9, 2020 - Aug 31, 2020

The Warren County ESC is seeking qualified candidates, for several positions, for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.  To apply or for additional information, please go to our website: https://www.warren.k12.oh.us/Content2/12

Title:                                       School Psychologist

Reports to:                            School Psychologist Supervisor

FLSA Status:                         Exempt

 

Minimum Qualifications:      Appropriate graduate degree in School Psychology

                                                Ohio Department of Education School Psychologist Licensure

                                                Pass criminal background check

                                                Valid driver’s license or state identification

 

Core Competencies:             Proficient communication skills

                                                Effective collaboration/problem-solving abilities

                                                Engages in continuous professional development

                                               

Department Mission:  WCESC school psychologists maximize student success by collaborating and problem solving with families, teachers and other professionals to facilitate positive education decisions.

Using best practices, we identify students’ individual strengths and needs to empower them to be lifelong learners and contributing members of their community.

 

Responsibilities:

1.     Planning and Preparation of School Psychology Services

a.     Demonstrates knowledge and implementation of school psychology principles, theory and practices

b.     Plans and develops school psychological services to meet the identified needs and expectations of the assigned district(s)

  

2.     Professional Skills for the Working Environment

a.     Demonstrates effective relationship/rapport building skills with students, families, professional colleagues and community stakeholders

b.     Networks with community agencies when needed

c.     Submits forms and paperwork by established guidelines

d.     Stores assessment materials properly and in a secure location

e.     Ensures confidentiality

f.       Demonstrates cultural competency and respect for diversity

g.     Adheres to ethical principles outlined by the National Association of School Psychologists and the American Psychological Association

 

3.     Delivery of Services

a.     Collaborates and consults with parents, students, teachers and/or other educational professionals regarding academic and behavior concerns about students in order to establish appropriate supports, intervention and/or accommodation plans as part of a problem solving process

b.     Consults with parents, teachers and other school personnel regarding pre-referral and special education processes

c.     Provides diagnostic services using valid and reliable instruments in the areas of intelligence, academics, social-emotional, behavior, sensory motor, adaptive behavior, and other areas as requested

d.     Uses a wide range of psychological instruments and procedures to evaluate students, knows the proper situations to use those measures, and follows all test maker guidelines when administering the measures

e.     Facilitates evaluation team meetings for initial student special education eligibility and triennial review

f.       Reports assessment data and observations for students in a clear and coherent manner that is highly sensitive to cultural/linguistic traditions

g.     Prepares evaluation team reports in a manner that incorporates a clear connection between identified concerns and assessment information which leads to clearly defined instructional implications

h.     Maintains ODE compliance timelines for all evaluations

i.       Provides direct individual and group counseling services with the psychologist’s scope of training to students who are experiencing academic, social, emotional, or behavioral needs

j.       Supports crisis response services, as needed

 

4.     Professional Responsibilities

a.     Shows professionalism through appropriate attendance and punctuality

b.     Is flexible and completes other duties within the scope of practice as assigned by WCESC Superintendent, School Psychology Supervisor, and/or District Personnel

c.     Reflects on personal professional practice in order to identify positive characteristics and areas for growth and improvement

d.     Engages in an annual professional evaluation process

e.     Attends professional meetings as scheduled by WCESC Superintendent, School Psychology Supervisor, and/or District Personnel

f.       Promotes exceptional customer service within the district(s)

 

Additional Working Conditions:

1.     Possible exposure to blood, bodily fluids, and tissue

2.     Possible operation of a motor vehicle under inclement weather conditions

3.     Potential for adverse contact with aggressive, disruptive and/or unruly students

 

My signature below signifies that I have reviewed the contents of my job description and that I am aware of the requirements of my position.  I understand that I am obligated to abide by the regulations specified in the most current copy of the Governing Board Personnel Policy Manual.

 

 

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Employee Signature                                                                                                   Date

Director of WCESC Learning Center

Mar 9, 2020 - Aug 31, 2020

The Warren County ESC is seeking qualified candidates, for several positions, for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.  To apply or for additional information, please go to our website: https://www.warren.k12.oh.us/Content2/12

Reports To:                      Superintendent; Senior Executive Director of Student Programming

FLSA Status:                    Non-Exempt

Qualifications

·       Master’s Level Degree in Educational Administration or Related Field (i.e. Social Work: Applied Behavior Analysis)

·       Ohio Department of Education Administrative License (Superintendent; Principal; Pupil Personnel)

·       At least 3 years of experience as a supervisor/director of educational programming and/or services

·       Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively communicate and interact with diverse populations at all levels.

·       Excellent verbal and written communication skills and organizational abilities

·       Experience with developing programming and services in an educational setting

·       Pass a criminal background check

·       Ability to maneuver stairs unassisted

·       Ability to lift 40 pounds unassisted

Program Description

The purpose of the WCESC Learning Center is to meet the needs of students with disabilities that present with intensive mental health needs that require specialized and focused intervention and supports.  WCESC Learning Center provides educational programming that focuses on mental and psychiatric health, emotional regulation, positive behavior supports, mindfulness, and social emotional learning.  All this is done through a trauma informed lens.  Students at the WCESC Learning Center receive both individual and group-based therapy from licensed mental health therapists.  The program promotes emotional regulation, restorative thinking, social emotional learning, and establishes boundaries providing a safe and productive work environment that allows the student to achieve academic success.

General Duties

Under the administrative direction of the Superintendent and/or Senior Executive Director of Student Programming, acts as the educational leader of the assigned building following board policies and procedures; and supervises assigned staff and pupil personnel.  The Director of the WCESC Learning Center is the administration for two program supervisors, assigned to the two different Learning Center campuses.  The Director of the Learning Center is the instructional leader in not only academics, but also PBIS implementation, positive behavior supports, and social emotional learning. 

Duties and Responsibilities

1.       Directs, supervises, and evaluates assigned building personnel (e.g., schedules, promotes self-care and wellness, assigns work, evaluates, interviews, disciplines, handles complaints).

2.       Serves as the building’s instruction leader and directs and supervises pupil personnel and programs.

3.       Supervises the development of the master schedule and provides appropriate information concerning same to ESC Central Office as requested.

4.       Schedules periodic staff meetings and make every effort to provide staff with resources to perform assigned tasks.

5.       Prepares and submits the building’s budgetary requests and monitors expenditures of all funds.

6.       Supervises the intake of assigned pupils and oversees the grading, assignment of pupils to rooms or sections, the grading system which has been approved by the Governing Board and the careful and accurate health, and other important records of pupils.

7.       Serves as a role model for educators and students in how to conduct themselves as citizens and as responsible, intelligent human beings.

8.       Helps instill in students and staff the belief in and practice of ethical principles and democratic values.

9.       Shall perform such other duties as the Governing Board may assign/determine.

10.   The employee shall remain free of any alcohol or nonprescribed controlled substance abuse in the workplace through his/her employment in the County/District.

11.   Observes Risk Reduction Safety Rules and Regulations of the Warren County ESC and School Districts, State, Federal OSHA laws and will be evaluated to the extent of compliance and implementation as an employee of such rules and regulations for safety in the workplace while visiting such sites in line of work duties. 

Additional Working Conditions

1.       Possible exposure to blood, bodily fluids, and tissue.

2.       Possible operation of a vehicle under inclement weather conditions.

3.       Possible interaction among unruly children.

SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGIST

Mar 9, 2020 - Aug 31, 2020

The Warren County ESC is seeking qualified candidates, for several positions, for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.  To apply or for additional information, please go to our website: https://www.warren.k12.oh.us/Content2/12

Title:                                Speech-Language Pathologist

Reports to:                       Speech-Language Pathology Supervisor

FLSA Status:                   Exempt

Qualifications:        

1.      Master’s Degree

2.      Current license from the Ohio Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.

3.      Current license from the Ohio Department of Education.

4.      Effective communication skills in English.

5.      Current valid Ohio Driver’s License.

6.      Access to own motor vehicle.

7.      Ability to lift 40 pounds unassisted.

8.      Ability to maneuver stairs unassisted.

9.      Pass criminal background check.

 

General Duties:               Under general direction, identifies, evaluates, and prepares remedial activities for student who exhibit speech-language disorders; participates in the development of individualized goals and objectives; and evaluates student progress.  May supervise others as designated.

 

Essential Functions:

                                                 1.     Serve as part of an IAT/IBS (Intervention Assistance Team/Intervention Based Services) team, and implement required interventions developed by the team.

                                                 2.     Identify students with a speech and language handicap through a multi-factored evaluation, utilizing standardized tests and/or authentic assessment activities.

                                                 3.     Refer for medical or other professional attention necessary for the habilitation of speech or language handicaps.

                                                 4.     Provide speech and language services for the habilitation or prevention of communication handicaps.

                                                 5.     Provide speech and language services for the habilitation or prevention of communication handicaps.

                                                 6.     Assist in the development of curriculum guides and local policies related to speech and language handicaps.

                                                 7.     Provide inservice for school and community related to speech and language handicaps.

                                                 8.     Provide speech/language services to students in their classrooms:

a.      By working as a consultant to the classroom teacher.

b.      By working with a student(s) individually and/or in small group.

                                                 9.     Plan a program of study that demonstrates knowledge of the subject matter, incorporates best practices, is coherent, and leads to the mastery of desired learning outcomes.

                                              10.     Plan a program of study that meets the individual needs, interests and abilities of the students, and leads to mastery of desired learning outcomes.  Develop an appropriate Individualized Educational Plan that clearly communicates to parents, students, and other school personnel as appropriate.

                                              11.     Demonstrate knowledge of the unique characteristics of students belonging to multiple ethnic groups, cultures, and/or at different ability levels.

                                              12.     Develop a coherent instructional plan which leads students to accessing and progressing in the general curriculum and establishes clear objectives for all lessons, units, projects, and other instructional activities.

                                              13.     Clearly communicate goals and objectives to parent, students, and, as appropriate, other school personnel.

                                              14.     Attend school-wide conferences for parents if requested.

                                              15.     Demonstrate knowledge of resources by planning to use a variety of best practices, sound instructional techniques, activities, and media, consistent with the needs and capabilities of the individuals and/or student groups assigned.

                                              16.     Provide on-going evaluation of the learning needs of students.  Use assessment data to promote mastery of designated learning outcomes and plan appropriate intervention.

                                              17.     Prepare appropriate daily, weekly, or monthly written lessons plans based on the course of study for all classes taught.

                                              18.     Demonstrate genuine respect for the worth and dignity of each student.

                                              19.     Establish and maintain a standard of classroom behavior and procedures consistent with building regulations and Board of Education policy.

                                              20.     Communicate clearly and accurately in both written and oral forms in all aspects of instruction and employment.

                                              21.     Meet and instruct assigned classes at the designated time and location.

                                              22.     Maintain accurate, complete, and correct records as required by law, Ohio’s standards, district policy and/or administrative regulations.

                                              23.     Prepare and provide data for progress reports, report cards, intervention assistance teams and/or other reports as required.

                                              24.     Establish and maintain positive communication with parents of assigned students. Be available to students and parents for education-related purposes outside the instructional day when required or requested to do so under reasonable terms.

                                              25.     Attend staff meetings and serve on committees as required.  Interact at the district and county office level with administrators and present information when required.

                                              26.     Observe ethics of both the teaching and professional licensure boards.

                                              27.     Maintain and improve professional competence by participating in staff development activities and belonging to professional organizations.

                                              28.     Possible lifting of a handicapped child.

                                              29.     Carry educational materials and equipment to and from district buildings and the county office, loading same into and out of a motor vehicle.

                                              30.     Worth cooperatively with other county office personnel and district personnel.

                                              31.     Maintain required licenses.

                                              32.     Demonstrate regular and predictable attendance.

                                              33.     Performs all duties in conformity to the adopted Board Policy.

                                              34.     Displays professional appearance.

                                              35.     Performs in a professional manner.

 

Other Duties and Responsibilities:

1.      Serves as a role model for educators and students in how to conduct themselves as citizens and as responsible, intelligent human beings.

 

2.      Helps instill in students and staff the belief in and practice of ethical principles and democratic values.

 

3.      Shall perform such other duties as the Governing Board may assign/determine.

 

4.      The employee shall remain free of any alcohol or nonprescribed controlled substance abuse in the workplace throughout his/her employment in the County/District.

 

5.      Observes Risk Reduction Safety Rules and Regulations of the Warren County ESC and School Districts, State, Federal OSHA laws and will be evaluated to the extent of compliance and implementation as an employee of such rules and regulations for safety in the workplace while visiting such sites in line of work duties.

 

Additional Working Conditions:

1.      Possible exposure to blood, bodily fluids, and tissue.

 

2.      Possible operation of a vehicle under inclement weather conditions.

 

3.      Possible interaction among unruly children.

 

 

My signature below signifies that I have reviewed the contents of my job description and that I am aware of the requirements of my position.  I further certify that I have been informed that the most current copy of the Warren County Educational Service Center Policy Manual is available for my review in the office of the Superintendent.

 

 

 

                                                                                                                                                 

Signature                                                                                             Date

 

Touching Hearts at Home: Senior Care Butler and Warren County Ohio

Mar 17, 2020 - May 31, 2020

In the midst of this uncertainty, what we know to be true is that the need for care and companionship for our aging population will continue to exist and grow significantly.

We are looking for compassionate, trustworthy, kind men and women to join our CareFAMILY.

We provide all the training and flexibility you need to join us as a trusted resource for home care services.

I want to invite you to consider a possible position providing care to our most vulnerable population.

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