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The following local employers have asked Kent State University at Tuscarawas to electronically post employment opportunities. Kent State Tuscarawas makes this Job Board available as a convenience to our students, but in no way endorses the companies listed below. To request having your job opening posted, please submit the information in a Word document to Bill Beisel at wbeisel@kent.edu.


Harrison County Board of Developmental Disabilities
Intervention Specialist - Pre-School Program


Minimum Qualifications:

  • A valid intervention specialist license or education of the handicapped certificate, with an endorsement in pre-kindergarten special needs or early education of the handicapped; or
  • A valid pre-kindergarten certificate or endorsement or an early childhood license, with an endorsement in pre-kindergarten special needs or early education of the handicapped; or
  • A valid early childhood intervention specialist license.
  • Knowledge of special education techniques for students with all levels of developmental disabilities
  • Physically capable to lift, carry, and move children, in a safe manner, according to in-service training
  • First Aid and CPR training
  • Training in child development or early childhood education; child abuse recognition and prevention; and training in the prevention, recognition, and management of communicable diseases
  • Step Up To Quality requirements compliance

General Description:

This position is responsible for the daily management of an integrated pre-school classroom serving both typically developing students and students with developmental disabilities. Duties include student evaluation, IEP development, and preparation of developmentally appropriate activities, strategies, and classroom instruction materials to maximize development of cognitive, socialization, communication, motor, and self-help skills. The position will also work diligently to ensure successful student transition into the kindergarten setting.

Send Cover Letter and Resume to:

Lavonne Estep
Harrison County Board of DD
82480 Cadiz-Jewett Road
Cadiz, OH  43907
740-695-0407 x331
lestep@bcbdd.org

Posted 10-10-18


Boltaron
Graphic Designer


Qualifications:

For this full-time salary position, Boltaron is looking for a well-organized team player with technical ability.  Striving for perfection, this individual must possess patience and strong attention to detail.

Responsibilities:

  • Create graphic designs for marketing literature
  • Develop PowerPoint presentations for sales efforts
  • Create social media and website content promoting Boltaron and its products
  • Work with a team to create new graphic designs for decorative plastic products for the aviation interiors market
  • Work directly with customers to develop and adjust artwork to meet their application requirements
  • Support production in the manufacture of final products utilizing graphic designs


Requirements:

  • Bachelor degree in graphic design
  • Proficient with Adobe Suite (Illustrator, Photoshop)
  • Technical abilities utilizing graphic design software

Why work at Boltaron?

Boltaron Inc. is a global technology leader in plastics manufacturing and is uniquely positioned to serve diverse industries including: aerospace, mass transportation, general thermoforming, corrosion resistant components and wall protection. 

Boltaron promotes a strong team/family culture, provides great opportunity to make an impact and for growth, and offers an attractive benefit package that includes health, dental, vision, disability and life insurances, a 401 K Plan with a company match, and an incentive plan.

If you are qualified and would like your resume sent to the company for review, please email it to Amy Bowers at abowers5@kent.edu in Microsoft Word format with the position listed in subject line/body. 

Posted 10-10-18


Tusco Display
Engineering Intern


Purpose: 
This engineering position requires a limited amount of engineering experience and typically has no experience with company products or manufacturing processes. He or she will be responsible for assisting in the documentation of products and processes throughout the organization. This person works closely with Engineering, Project Leaders and Manufacturing.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

  • Proficient use and knowledge of company computer aided drafting/engineering software for the creation of engineering drawings.
  • Documentation of the method of manufacturing including the operations and bill of materials within the company’s ERP system.
  • Creating templates and tooling for use during the manufacturing process to ensure the production of quality parts.
  • Documentation of work instructions for processes throughout the organization.
  • Creating and updating engineering standards for consistency in our documentation.
  • Assisting quality with the inspection of parts and materials.
  • Development of lean tools and their application in a manufacturing environment.

Note:  Other responsibilities may be assigned as needed.

Conclusion:  The position of Engineering Intern is critical for the development of engineering talent within our company.  This position serves as a starting point for many career paths at Tusco Display and a opportunity for growth in many aspects of the individuals career.

Core Values:  In order for Tusco Display to succeed, our associates must share three core values.  We build respectful relationships.  We hold ourselves accountable and our partners accountable.  Finally, we think ahead and move ahead.  We sum these up as Respect, Accountability and Initiative.

Qualifications:  This person will be self-motivated and productive with limited supervision. They must be organized and able to communicate well with all levels of the organization.

Education and/or Experience: High school diploma or equivalent and currently enrolled in college pursuing a degree in an engineering field.

If you are qualified and would like your resume sent to the company for review, please email it to Amy Bowers at abowers5@kent.edu in Microsoft Word format with the position listed in subject line/body. 

Posted 10-5-18


HINES SPECIALTY VEHICLE GROUP
cad designer

1951 Reiser Ave SE, New Philadelphia, OH 44663

Compensation:  $44,770 - $56,090 annual salary

General Summary:

  • Creates complete 3-D models using SolidWorks
  • Creates all detail drawings and prepares Bills of Materials
  • Prepares ECNs following the Change Management Process

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Creates and revises CAD models and drawings of parts for production.
  • Contribute in a team-working environment according to HSVG Core Values.
  • Creates simple layouts of parts and assemblies for review.
  • Creates drawings of HSVG design concepts for presentation to current or potential customers.
  • Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned. To ensure all designs meet design quality, supply and serviceability requirements
  • Responsible that all designs be complete and fully documented in models, drawings and Bill of Materials
  • Provide support and work closely with other functions in the organization as per needed and prioritized by Engineering Supervision

Education:

  • Associate degree in related field plus three years of practical experience in engineering.

Required Skills/Competencies:

  • Extensive knowledge and experience with using both Solid works and Catalog Creator
  • Good understanding of common engineering standards for mobile equipment product development (3D- modeling, design & drafting, GD&T)
  • Good understanding in one or more of the following technical areas; mechanical, hydraulics, electrical and other engineering techniques and development processes
  • Understanding machined steel fabrications manufacturing techniques and processes, as well as assembly techniques for mobile equipment
  • Team working skills
  • Application knowledge of mobile equipment, preferably with heavy truck chassis and systems
  • Recognize the Quality Management System in place at HSVG and participate in the processes and procedures in the QMS

Please email resume to jbrowning@kimblemixer.com for consideration.

Posted 10-5-18


JENI’S SPLENDID ICE CREAMS

Maintenance Technician

Columbus, OH

Job Responsibilities:

Ensures that equipment and building at the 909 Michigan Avenue are kept in good repair as well as in compliance with applicable regulations by performing preventive maintenance, repairs, and scheduling contractors when necessary. Assists with receiving and shipping responsibilities. Maintenance technician also manages building and capital improvement projects, such as new equipment installations, roof replacements, etc.

Job Duties:

  • Complete and record preventive maintenance tasks according to Preventive Maintenance schedule.
  • Develop processes and procedures to minimize downtime and improve production efficiency.
  • Complete daily, weekly and monthly checklists to check the functionality and condition of equipment.
  • Inspect trucks prior to receiving and shipment.
  • Receive ingredients and supplies and provide Production Supervisor or Manager with paperwork.
  • Complete records associated with receiving and shipping product and ingredients.
  • Assist with palletizing finished product for shipment to partner producers.
  • Assist with production when necessary.
  • Comply with Food Safety Policies and procedures.

Qualifications:

  • Incumbent should have training in preventive maintenance programs as well as a basic understanding of food processing equipment, specifically steam-jacketed kettles, positive displacement pumps, large scale mixers, Urschel dicer, etc.. Incumbent should seek training opportunities to better understand equipment present at 909 Michigan Avenue location.
  • Incumbent should have a minimum of 1-2 years experience in food manufacturing maintenance.
  • Incumbent should be self-directing and self-motivated.

Skills:

Organization, High-level communication skills, Time Management, Managing Processes, Manufacturing Methods and Procedures, Problem Solving, Decision making, Understanding of pumps, kettles, Hobart mixer, and Urschel dicer

For more information:

Kathleen Irwin
Director of Manufacturing 
Cell: 513-504-5156

Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams
401 N Front St., Ste. 300
Columbus, OH 43215

614-571-4736  | jenis.com | twitter | facebook

Posted 10-2-18


Dennison Railroad Depot Museum
Administrative Assistant Job Description


Part-time:  2-3 days a week, with the opportunity to become more full time in the future.

Report directly to:  The Executive Director and the Director of Museums

Responsibilities:        

  • Assist in keeping the Executive Offices in good order.
  • Answer and direct phone calls.
  • Ability to manage and schedule appointments, plan meetings and take minutes, assist in pre and post meeting preparation.
  • Prepare reports, power points and profit/loss statements.
  • Maintain excellent files, records and documentation as assigned.
  • Update and maintain museum policies and procedures.
  • Order office supplies as needed.
  • Maintain contact lists, databases and email lists.
  • Complete Deeds of Gifts for artifacts as needed, and type Gift Register.
  • Make travel and meeting arrangements.
  • Assist in making contacts and following up on details for museum events and programs.
  • Represent the museum executives at all time with excellent image, and outstanding communication and people skills.
  • Liase with the Executive Director and Director of Museums to handle requests and queries with customers, members, board, staff and volunteers from all 3 museums.
  • Cover front office in emergencies. 
  • Other duties as assigned.

Requirements: 

  • Proven experience as an Administrative Assistant.
  • Knowledge of office management systems and procedures including
  • Microsoft Word, Excel, Quick Books.
  • Excellent computer skills.
  • Excellent time management skills, ability to prioritize and work with urgency.  
  • Great attention to detail and follow through.
  • Good communication and people skills, excellent written and verbal skills.
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task.
  • The vision and drive to constantly help the Museums improve, with an eye toward creatively approaching and solving problems. 
  • High School degree, with Associates Degree or similar training preferred.

To apply, send resume and cover letter to director@dennisondepot.org

Posted 9-24-18


Culligan of Eastern Ohio  
Service technician

We are currently looking to place a full-time service technician in our Dover location. 

Prefer that this individual has some relevant experience, but willing to train the right person.

Full time position
Monday through Friday
Clean background and driving record required
Pre-employment drug screen and physical

Dave Heath
General Manager
Culligan of Eastern Ohio
330-364-4441  Office
330-703-0817  Cell
dheath@uswatercompany.com

Posted 9-24-18


Case Manager – Domestic Violence Shelter
Tuscarawas County and Carroll County

Apply Online! www.OhioGuidestone.org/employment

Contact:

Nathan Meranda: Nathan.meranda@ohioguidestone.org
Matt Fury: Matthew.fury@ohioguidestone.org

The part-time Case Manager at the Domestic Violence Shelter is responsible for the provision of ongoing community support services for a caseload of individuals who are survivors of domestic violence and/or have chemical dependency issues. The Case Manager functions as a broker of services, coordinator, monitor and planner of services while offering practical help, building community support and providing active outreach, advocacy and crisis assistance to assigned clients. The individual selected for this position will work in a residential setting.

Essential Functions:

  • Provides support to Harbor House residents by listening and being empathetic, assist in safety planning
  • Assumes responsibility for being knowledgeable about client rights, ADA and the procedures governing them
  • Maintain 52% productivity
  • Coordinates and participates in the development of an Individualized Treatment Plan (ITP) that shall include services and assistance necessary to achieve specific objectives and goals; coordinates the service delivery outlined in the ITP in community settings as appropriate to the needs of the client
  • Monitors and coordinates delivery of necessary evaluations (e.g., psychiatric, medical, vocational) in order to identify each client’s needs
  • Reviews and monitors services, activities and the progress of each client on the case load
  • Schedules Individualized Treatment Plan reviews on a regular basis and regularly documents progress in accordance with required licensure regulations and record-keeping procedures
  • Maintains availability to the client to provide, coordinate and/or assist in crisis intervention and/or supportive services during regularly scheduled working hours and during and after hours when necessary in accordance with Agency Policies and Procedures
  • Assists the client in achieving the goals and objectives in the Individualized Treatment Plan
  • Provide linkage and referral services to residents when needed, assist in teaching needed skills related to activities of daily living, and advocate for resident as needed
  • Develop cooperative relationships with courts and prosecutors and provide client with victims advocacy when necessary
  • Have knowledge in the use of Hispanic interpreters and use of the Sorensen system for the deaf population
  • Handles crisis situations in a calm, quick and efficient manner and when necessary calls the clinical supervisor, executive director, 911 or the appropriate authorities as the situation demands
  • Interacting appropriately in a host setting and working cooperatively with staff members
  • Promote positive staff/client interactions through role modeling and teaching
  • Creating a welcoming & calming atmosphere and role modeling effective conflict resolution
  • Relates to other persons and tolerates personal differences in values and opinions which include sensitivity to PFCS service population’s cultural and socioeconomic characteristics and treatment needs
  • Responsible for transporting clients when needed to appointments or meetings using company van or personal vehicle
  • Attend required training in trauma informed care, LGBTQ population, victim advocacy skills, legal advocacy skills, BASIC training, ADA, Ethics, Cultural Diversity, Hispanic Population, other under-served groups, Parent Mentoring/Nurturing Parent Model, and other trainings as assigned
  • Public speaking, outreach events, and community based assistance to victims; provide education and support groups in non-traditional settings such as county jail, homeless shelter, Job and Family Services
  • Have knowledge in assisting a victim with filing for a protection order and accessing the VINE system
  • Track and log outcomes data in the electronic record
  • Attends and provides input to agency meetings, as assigned
  • May be involved in the planning, organization, and implementation of special events or department specific projects or seasonal program changes
  • In times of need, employee may be asked to complete related duties other than those indicated above as assigned by their supervision

Performance Requirements:

  • Driving may also include transportation of clients
  • Must be available for crisis management by phone and work flexible hours
  • Must be able to exchange information with clients and/or families in various settings regarding treatment plans and performance of client
  • Must be able to operate a computer and other position related technology
  • Maintains regular and reliable attendance
  • Must work a minimum of 10 hours per month in part time, benefit ineligible status; a minimum of 20 hours per week in part time, benefit eligible status; and 37.5-40 hours per week in full time, benefit eligible status

Physical Requirements:

  • Must be able to remain in a stationary position 50% of the time
  • Must be able to access clients in various conditions which may including ascending/descending stairs
  • Constantly positions self to an equal level in order to work with clients of all ages
  • Frequently moves equipment weighing up to 20 pounds across OhioGuidestone locations
  • Occasionally works in outdoor weather conditions
  • Must be able to drive frequently due to work varying work environments including agency office, school based, community based including client homes in various communities

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field required. Master’s Degree and Ohio LSW preferred.
  • Experience providing community support for victims of Domestic Violence and with individuals, families, and children in a human services setting preferred.

At OhioGuidestone we care about the health and safety of our employees. OhioGuidestone requires applicants to complete a pre-employment screening process upon receipt of an offer of employment. We require and cover the cost of a fingerprint background screening, physical, Tuberculosis test, and drug screen after an employment offer is made. Any employment offer is contingent upon receipt of all satisfactory pre-employment screenings.

OhioGuidestone is committed to creating a more diverse community. We encourage candidates from historically underrepresented groups to apply. EEO/M/F/H/V IND0

Posted 9-13-18


OhioGuidestone
In Home Mental Health Counselor
Tuscarawas County and Carroll County

Apply Online! www.OhioGuidestone.org/employment

Contact:

Nathan Meranda: Nathan.meranda@ohioguidestone.org
Matt Fury: Matthew.fury@ohioguidestone.org

The In-Home Mental Health Counselor is responsible for coordinating and providing behavioral and mental health service and support to their assigned clients and families or care givers. They are required to provide direct service, complete required paperwork and Mental Health Assessments according to the Ohio Department of Mental Health guidelines, as well as maintaining ongoing contact and linkage to services with other community resources as necessary.

Essential Functions:

  • Develops a therapeutic relationship with each client. Provides individual, group or family therapy as needed. Available for clinical consultation.
  • Therapist maintains a minimum productivity level of 52% billable face-to-face contacts per week. Part-time therapist (up to 29hrs/wk) maintains minimum productivity level of 52% billable face-to-face contacts per week.
  • Maintains ongoing frequent contact with other assigned OhioGuidestone professionals, parents or outside agency professionals assigned to case. Provide CPST and minor case management functions if needed.
  • Assumes a strong advocacy role for clients and makes recommendations for clinical and support services needed upon discharge.
  • Actively participates in all treatment conferences and meetings for the clients.
  • Completes all paperwork required by the agency in a timely manner.
  • Assumes a leadership role in the interpretation and support of agency policies.
  • Participates in agency and community meetings as needed. Attends conferences and workshops to maintain professional competence. Provides in-service training as requested.
  • May be involved in the planning, organization, and implementation of special events or department specific projects or seasonal program changes.
  • Organization and maintenance of client case files including: client information and case notes.
  • Consult with school personnel and participate in team meetings as necessary.
  • Meet with school personnel to establish parameters of school based behavioral and mental health services and meet with school personnel on an as needed bases or as requested throughout the school year.
  • Inform appropriate school personnel of clients being served maintaining confidentiality.
  • Educate school personnel on various mental health conditions/diagnoses and assist with effective classroom intervention/strategies
  • Timely completion of Mental Health Assessments, ISP’s and Terminations.
  • Recordkeeping and copying of necessary information, dissemination to appropriate individuals within the agency and any outside agencies based on departmental requirements.
  • Participate in staff training, consultations, supervisory and staff meetings.
  • May be involved in the planning, organization, and implementation of special events or department specific projects or seasonal program changes.
  • In times of need, the counselor may be asked to complete related duties other than those indicated above as assigned by their supervisor/ department.
  • If Counselor is also responsible for School Services, the following functions are essential, in addition to above:
  • The Counselor is responsible for coordinating and providing service and support to their assigned clients and families or care givers in the school environment.
  • When applicable, provide school personnel and parents with information on child’s mental health diagnosis, behavior management, household management, communication and relationship enhancement.
  • Provide group services, leads treatment and psycho-educational groups.
  • Performance/Physical Requirements:
  • Work is performed in the home/community/school setting of clients. This could involve extensive driving.
  • English reading and writing skills required
  • Interacts verbally with coworkers and representative from outside agencies, school personnel, & families/caregivers.
  • Attention to detail and confidentiality required.
  • Works flexible hours which will involve nights and/or weekends and required to participate in on-call pager system.
  • Requires typing and computer competency, including Windows applications for moderate levels of typing (case notes and other paper work).
  • Ability to manage own time and schedule.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling required
  • Ohio LPC/LPCC/LSW/LISW required
  • Must have a valid Ohio Driver’s License and safe driving record

At OhioGuidestone we care about the health and safety of our employees. OhioGuidestone requires applicants to complete a pre-employment screening process upon receipt of an offer of employment. We require and cover the cost of a fingerprint background screening, physical, Tuberculosis test, and drug screen after an employment offer is made. Any employment offer is contingent upon receipt of all satisfactory pre-employment screenings.

OhioGuidestone is committed to creating a more diverse community. We encourage candidates from historically underrepresented groups to apply. EEO/M/F/H/V IND45

Posted 9-13-18


OhioGuidestone
Mental Health School Based Counselor
Tuscarawas County and Carroll County

Apply Online! www.OhioGuidestone.org/employment

Contact:

Nathan Meranda: Nathan.meranda@ohioguidestone.org
Matt Fury: Matthew.fury@ohioguidestone.org

Personal and Family Counseling Services is looking to hire a Therapist to perform a combination of community based services with an emphasis on school services. The Therapist will develop therapeutic relationships and provide individual, group or family therapy as needed. Will also assume a strong advocacy role for clients and makes recommendations for clinical and support services needed. Some traveling will be required; work will follow a 10 month school schedule.

This position is flexible by nature meaning that you can create your own best work/life balance by writing your own schedule! Some nights and weekends may be required as client needs arise. Services are needed in Tuscarawas and Carroll counties and are provided in the school, client home as well as the surrounding community.

Essential Functions:

  • Develops and maintains a therapeutic relationship with client/family/caregiver within in school environment and in the home/community.
  • Completes a Mental Health Assessment and develops an Individual Service/Treatment Plan with client/family and input from referral source. Assessments may need to be completed in client’s home/community.
  • Provides individual, group or family therapy as needed. Available for clinical consultations and crisis intervention.
  • Engages families/caregivers with school personnel and assists with linkages to pharmacological services as needed.
  • Assumes a strong advocacy role for clients and makes recommendations for appropriate educational setting, clinical and support services throughout length of service and upon discharge.
  • Maintain ongoing contacts (phone, meetings, and conferences) with other professionals involved, including collateral contacts with community resources/services.
  • Develop and maintain a strong professional relationship (ongoing, open communication) with school personnel. (Therapist’s presence and visibility in a school and weekly communication is key).
  • Consultation with school personnel to establish parameters of school-based mental health services at the beginning of each new year and as needed throughout the school year.
  • Collaborate and consult with school personnel on client’s needs/treatment, attend and participate in treatment team meetings (IEP…) as needed/requested.
  • Provide school personnel and parents with information on child’s mental health diagnosis, discipline, behavior management, household management, communication and relationship enhancement.
  • Provide in-service training to school personnel on various mental health conditions/diagnosis and effective classroom intervention/strategies as requested.
  • Inform appropriate school personnel of clients being served, maintaining confidentiality on a weekly/monthly basis and/or as requested.
  • Provide prevention services in school including individual crisis intervention and therapeutic/psych-educational groups to address specific needs/school climate issues.
  • Participate in and support school-wide events. Engage families/caregivers to do the same.
  • Complete and submit all paperwork required by the agency in the timeframe designated by the department. (Mental Health Assessment, ISP’s, Treatment Reviews, Community Action Reports, Terminations, Progress Notes, Ohio Scales, Satisfaction Surveys).
  • Participate in agency and community meetings as needed. Attend conferences and workshops to maintain professional competence and licensure. Provides in-service trainings as requested.
  • Participates in on-call coverage as assigned.
  • To achieve the minimum required productivity standard of the department, Mental Health School Based Counselor may need to be assigned cases from the In Home or Community Mental Health Program(s) providing services to clients in their home and community. (Refer to protocol/specifics from respective job descriptions/program manuals).
  • Maintains regular and reliable attendance.

Performance/Physical Requirements:

  • Work is performed primarily in the school setting, however some services will be provided in the home/community of clients as warranted per the ISP. This could involve extensive driving.
  • English reading and writing skills required (bi-lingual is a plus).
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Interacts verbally with coworkers, school personnel, representatives from outside agencies, and families/caregivers.
  • Attention to detail and confidentiality required.
  • Works flexible hours which may involve nights/weekends and required to participate in a crisis management on-call system.
  • Requires typing and computer competency, including Windows applications for moderate levels of typing (case notes and other paper work).
  • Ability to manage own time and schedule.

Qualifications:

  • Master’s Degree in Social Work or Counseling with Ohio LSW/LPC or LISW/LPCC is preferred
  • Must have a valid Ohio Drivers License and proof of current auto insurance

At OhioGuidestone we care about the health and safety of our employees. OhioGuidestone requires applicants to complete a pre-employment screening process upon receipt of an offer of employment. We require and cover the cost of a fingerprint background screening, physical, Tuberculosis test, and drug screen after an employment offer is made. Any employment offer is contingent upon receipt of all satisfactory pre-employment screenings.

Committed to creating a more diverse community, we encourage candidates from historically underrepresented groups to apply. EEO/M/F/H/VIND45

Posted 9-13-18


OhioGuidestone
Out Patient Mental Health Counselor
Tuscarawas County and Carroll County

Apply Online! www.OhioGuidestone.org/employment

Contact:

Nathan Meranda: Nathan.meranda@ohioguidestone.org
Matt Fury: Matthew.fury@ohioguidestone.org

OhioGuidestone is looking for qualified licensed counselor or therapist with a desire to work with clients who are experiencing mental health and/or addiction issues. Candidates must have a genuine passion to work in diverse communities with adolescent and adult clientele. The Out Patient Counselor will establish therapeutic relationships, provide behavioral health, addiction counseling, and consultation as needed. This position will be office based, the counselor will work with individuals and families from Tuscarawas County. OhioGuidestone's Personal & Family Counseling office provides specialized services in behavioral health including Early Childhood Mental Health, Maternal Depression, and substance use disorders along with many mental health services.

Essential Functions:

  • Develops a therapeutic relationship with each client. Provides individual, group or family therapy as needed. Available for clinical consultation
  • Maintain a minimum productivity level of 52% billable face-to-face contacts per week
  • Maintains ongoing frequent contact with other assigned OhioGuidestone professionals, parents or outside agency professionals assigned to case. Provide CPST and minor case management functions if needed
  • Assumes a strong advocacy role for clients and makes recommendations for clinical and support services needed upon discharge
  • Actively participates in all treatment conferences and meetings for the clients
  • Completes all paperwork required by the agency within designated time frames
  • Assumes a leadership role in the interpretation and support of agency policies
  • Participates in agency and community meetings as needed
  • Attends conferences and workshops to maintain professional competence. Provides in-service training as requested

Performance/Physical Requirements:

  • Work environment can include an agency office, school based setting, or in the community including clients homes
  • English reading and writing skills required
  • Works flexible hours and is available for crisis management by phone
  • Computer literacy skills, including Windows applications, Microsoft Office Suite, and basic database usage, as well as basic typing

Qualifications:

  • Minimum educational level is a Bachelor’s degree* in social work with an Ohio LSW.
  • Strong preference for candidates with a chemical dependency license.
  • A Master’s degree, clinical experience, LPC, MFT, LISW, LPCC or IMFT is preferred.
  • Must have a valid Ohio Driver’s License and safe driving record.

*Funding sources may require OhioGuidestone to hire an advanced degree

At OhioGuidestone we care about the health and safety of our employees. OhioGuidestone requires applicants to complete a pre-employment screening process upon receipt of an offer of employment. We require and cover the cost of fingerprint background screening, physical, Tuberculosis test, and drug screen after an employment offer is made. Any employment offer is contingent upon receipt of all satisfactory pre-employment screenings.

Committed to creating a more diverse community, we encourage candidates from historically underrepresented groups to apply. EEO/M/F/H/V IND45

Posted 9-13-18


OhioGuidestone
​​​​SUD & Mental Health Case Manager
Tuscarawas County and Carroll County

Apply Online! www.OhioGuidestone.org/employment

Contact:

Nathan Meranda: Nathan.meranda@ohioguidestone.org
Matt Fury: Matthew.fury@ohioguidestone.org

Description:

The Case Manager will work flexibly with clients suffering SUD and/or mental health issues. The Case Manager is responsible for the provision of ongoing community support services for a caseload of individuals. The Case Manager functions as a broker of services, coordinator, monitor and planner of services while offering practical help, building community support and providing active outreach, advocacy and crisis assistance to assigned clients. The Case Manager will work in both Tuscarawas and Carroll counties. The ideal Case Manager will have a bachelor's degree, plus an LSW or CDCA license. Strong preference for candidates with work experience relevant to SUD.

Essential Functions:

  • Coordinates and participates in the utilization of an Individualized Service Plan (ISP) that shall include services and assistance necessary to achieve specific objectives and goals; coordinates the service delivery outlined in the (ISP) in community settings as appropriate to the needs of the client
  • Monitors and coordinates delivery of necessary evaluations (e.g., psychiatric, medical, vocational) in order to identify each client’s needs
  • Reviews and monitors services, activities and the progress of each client on the caseload
  • Completing session documentation in accordance with required licensure regulations and record-keeping procedures; linking to the ISP
  • Maintains availability to the client to provide, coordinate and/or assist in crisis intervention and/or supportive services during regularly scheduled working hours and after hours when necessary in accordance with Agency Policies and Procedures
  • Assists the client in achieving the goals and objectives in the Individualized Service Plan; Provides transportation as necessary and consistent with client goals
  • Make appropriate community referrals and provide client follow-up and aftercare
  • Develop cooperative relationships with courts, prosecutors, physicians, Job and Family Services, Metro Housing, and other community service providers
  • Maintains relevant documentation and provides statistical reports in accordance with Agency documentation standards
  • Attends scheduled staff and supervisory meetings, increasing communication between and integration of Agency services provided
  • Assures compliance with ADAMHS Board and all other Licensure and Agency standards and requirements; Public speaking as requested
  • Required Direct Service: 52%
  • Ability to work non-judgmentally with clients whose behaviors and actions may be incongruent with that of society or the case manager;
  • Ability to cope with frustration and disappointment and still persevere toward goals with clients who may repeatedly
  • Knowledge of chemical dependency, trauma, women’s issues and family dynamics;
  • Skill in assessing clients for strengths and needs and using the information to develop a plan for services;
  • Knowledge of community resources and a demonstrative ability to access them;
  • Ability not to impose personal beliefs and standards on agency clients;
  • Promotes the efficient and effective use of Agency resources; including both labor and consumable supplies
  • Maintains regular and reliable attendance.
  • May be involved in the planning, organization, and implementation of special events or department specific projects or seasonal program changes.
  • In times of need, employee may be asked to complete related duties other than those indicated above as assigned by their supervisor.

Performance/Physical Requirements:

  • Will also have skills in typing; operation of business machines including copier, computer and fax; computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, e-mail and internet
  • Demonstrated ability and skill at developing and maintaining cooperative and productive relationships with persons who have chemical dependency involvement
  • Ability to negotiate assertively from a client advocacy perspective
  • Ability to communicate effectively by conversing, listening and in written form
  • Ability to work independently, organize work efficiently, and prioritize responses to changing client needs
  • Able to ascend and descend stairs to perform routine checks on clients
  • Able to move or transport approximately a minimum of 20 pounds

Qualifications:

  • Minimum associate's degree
  • Experience in providing community support for persons having SUD
  • A Degree in a Behavioral Science field is preferred, with a scope of practice including SUD issues.

At OhioGuidestone we care about the health and safety of our employees. OhioGuidestone requires applicants to complete a pre-employment screening process upon receipt of an offer of employment. We require and cover the cost of a fingerprint background screening, physical, Tuberculosis test, and drug screen after an employment offer is made. Any employment offer is contingent upon receipt of all satisfactory pre-employment screenings.

Committed to creating a more diverse community, we encourage candidates from historically underrepresented groups to apply. EEO/AA M/F/H/V IND25

Posted 9-13-18


Polling Pretzel Company
Shift Leader - part time

Job Description:

  • Make food
  • Serve customers
  • Handle money
  • Clean the restaurant during your shift and at the end of the day.

Hourly Rate: Up to 9.50 per hour

Job Location: Walmart located in New Philadelphia, OH

Application instructions:

Apply at www.wererolling.com

Click on: Work Here.

Select the New Philadelphia, OH location      

Posted 9-10-18                          


Sperry & Rice (still open as of 9-24-18)
Internship that leads towards an Engineering Technologist position, located in Killbuck


Position Overview:

An engineering technologist is professionally trained to implement technology in the engineering field. This usually involves combining the basic principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and economics with current engineering standards. Engineering technology is used to test efficiency, improve design and solve problems relating to engineering and manufacturing. This position entails a vast array of responsibilities.


Responsibilities (Daily):

  • Create production prints for both Killbuck and Brookville plants. Profiles and Mandrel Hoses.
  • Reverse engineer hoses and profiles if a customer print not provided.
  • Convert 3D hose drawings into 2D full scale production prints so they can produce the mandrels forms.
  • Update REV levels /dates per new customer prints on all, 15000 plus, production prints.
  • RFQ’s – Create profile areas and mandrel hose centerline lengths, communicate with customers to clarify requirements, assist estimator on processes, tooling, fixtures, and die costs.
  • Tooling design – dies, fixtures, jigs, go-no-go gages, and anything needed.
  • Aid in tooling design for any adaptations needed to improve inline processes with the engineering team.
  • Create work instructions for individual rubber/plastic extrusion lines
  • Keep databases for production drawings and projects up to date.
  • Perform die trials on new projects and current parts (new dies once tolerances to upper or lower limits)
  • Work with customers on ECN’s (Engineering Change Notices) and make the appropriate changes to our production prints and tooling.
  • Use precision measurement equipment –  Calipers, steel rules, lab equipment, etc.…
  • AutoCAD 2D and 3D
  • AutoCAD Inventor –  3D Solid Modeling
  • Microsoft Office 365, Visio, Excel, Word, Project
  • QI Macros
  • Complex problem solving
  • Advanced mathematics
  • Materials and Processes
  • Read blueprints and CAD drawings
  • Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerances
  • Process flow diagrams
  • Strong organizational, analytical, problem solving, and planning skills

Requirements:

  • Recommend corrective or preventive actions to assure or improve product quality or reliability.
  • PPAP, APQP, CLD testing, FMEA, PFMEA, EFMEA, SPC’s, QI Macros (Histograms, Cause and Effect diagrams, Pareto charts, Scatter charts, Xbar charts, CpK, PpK, Gage R &R, Control Charts, Gantt Charts, etc...)
  • Recommend technical design or process changes to improve efficiency, quality, or performance.
  • Prepare layouts, drawings, or sketches of machinery or equipment, such as shop tooling, scale layouts, or new equipment design, using drafting equipment or computer-aided design (CAD) software.
  • Create graphical representations of industrial production systems.
  • Create production drawings to scale to allow products to be produced accurately to customer requirements and tolerances.
  • Identify and implement new manufacturing technologies, processes, or equipment.
  • Implement design or process improvements.
  • Identify opportunities for improvements in quality, cost, or efficiency of automation equipment.
  • Design industrial equipment.
  • Monitor or measure manufacturing processes to identify ways to reduce losses, decrease time requirements, or improve quality.
  • Monitor the productivity or efficiency of industrial operations.
  • Ensure adherence to safety rules and practices.
  • Develop or maintain programs associated with automated production equipment.
  • Develop technical methods or processes.
  • Estimate manufacturing costs.
  • Estimate operational costs.
  • Install and evaluate manufacturing equipment, materials, or components.
  • Evaluate characteristics of equipment or systems.
  • Install production equipment or systems.
  • Oversee equipment start-up, characterization, qualification, or release.
  • Direct quality control activities.
  • Develop production, inventory, or quality assurance programs.
  • Develop technical methods or processes.
  • Create computer applications for manufacturing processes or operations, using computer-aided design (CAD) or computer-assisted manufacturing (CAM) tools.
  • Verify weights, measurements, counts, or calculations and record results on batch records.
  • Verify mathematical calculations.
  • Design plant layouts or production facilities.
  • Design structures or facilities.
  • Operate complex processing equipment.
  • Operate industrial equipment – Can use/operate all tools and machines in Die Shop.
  • Train manufacturing technicians on topics such as safety, health, fire prevention, or quality.
  • Teach safety standards or environmental compliance methods.

If you are qualified and would like your resume sent to the company for review, please email it to Amy Bowers at abowers5@kent.edu in Microsoft Word format with the position listed in subject line/body. 

Posted 9-6-18


Beech Design and Manufacturing (still open as of 9-24-18)
Design Engineer

Job Type: Full Time – Salary

Job Description:

To determine and implement designs that meet cost objectives, schedule objectives, and meet customer requirements.

  • Design electrical and mechanical customizations of material handling equipment such as conveyors, lift tables, stackers, etc.
  • Communicate with customers to determine customer requirements, review specifications and supplied drawings, to determine effective designs.
  • Determines schedules and costs associated with customer requirements to provide accurate proposals.
  • Generate shop/approval drawings for customers to verify designs meet customer requirements.
  • Generate/modify electrical control systems to meet customer requirements.
  • Generate/modify production drawings for manufacturing personnel to produce approved customer designs.
  • Communicate with manufacturing personnel to ensure production meets specifications and meets schedules.
  • Communicate with customers to resolve installation and/or troubleshoot repair issues.
  • Contributes to product improvement, new products, and product standardization.

Experience and Skills:

  • Required: 4 years college/university education in an engineering field
  • Experience with AutoCad, 3-D Modeling Software (SolidWorks+)
  • Desired experience: 3+ years professional engineering experience

If you are qualified and would like your resume sent to the company for review, please email it to Amy Bowers at abowers5@kent.edu in Microsoft Word format with the position listed in subject line/body. 

Posted 8-21-18


Red Plate Technologies
Electronics Engineer Assistant


Part-time, flexible hours adjustable to your schedule, primarily work remotely.

International Repair Technologies is looking for an electronics engineer assistant.  The candidate will work directly with:

Tom Norman
Red Plate Technologies
219 North Main Street
Tuscarawas, OH  44682
480-250-7697
tom3norman@gmail.com

Tom is responsible for hiring the assistant, who will work remotely, but will occasionally be needed on-site at Tom’s workshop in Tuscarawas.

Projects usually consist of reverse-engineering avionic equipment to provide the airline industry with either a second-source or a repair procedure/kit.  LCD-related avionics are an IRT specialty, however, a variety of solutions are provided, including; switch assemblies, oxygen sensors, rotary encoders, various PCBs, etc.

Required skills/knowledge:

  • Microsoft Word and Excel
  • AutoCAD or SolidWorks
  • Electronic Devices (analog & digital)
  • Technical Reading, Writing and Drawing Generation
  • Good visual acuity (detailed inspections)
  • Good manual dexterity (prototyping/construction with hand and small power tools)

The candidate should either be familiar with or interested in learning the following:

  • Buyer/Planner - Quoting, pricing, sourcing, research/searching for components
  • Researching and developing supply chains
  • PCB Layout, wire-wrapping, soldering, de-soldering
  • Electrical component, mechanical component and material selection
  • Test equipment and cable harness design and construction
  • Inspection and product qualification (electrical, mechanical, optical and environmental)
  • Conformal coating, painting, airbrushing
  • Document generation; work instructions with pictures, inspections forms, schematics, drawings

Posted 8-9-18


Gradall Industries, inc. (still open as of 8-2-18)

New Philadelphia, OH

If you desire to be part of a work environment where co-workers have top knowledge, skills and abilities of the manufacturing processes of heavy equipment as well as willingness to help one another, then you may enjoy working at Gradall Industries where its products are sold world-wide.  Below is a list of job opening that are planned to remain open for the remainder of the year.  Gradall’s business is growing which increases the need for employees who are willing to follow directions. 

Gradall Industries employees demonstrate a high level of work ethics, attendance, safe work practices and quality production which explains why the majority of its employees have in excess of 20 years of employment. Individuals who are interested in working with some of the best employees may apply at www.gradall.com/careers.html.

  • Assembler (2nd shift)
  • Fork Lift Drivers (2nd Shift)
  • Welders
  • Mechanic (2nd shift) 
  • Electrician (2nd shift)
  • Production Supervisor (2nd shift)
  • Robotic Weld Programmer

Gradall is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability or veteran status. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing. 

NOTE: Only those individuals who are selected for an interview will be called.
TO APPLY: Alamo-Group employees may apply via ADP; External persons may apply at WWW.Gradall.com/careers.html

Posted 6-19-18 (Revised 8-14-18)


Lauren Illumination (still open as of 9-24-18)
Engineering Intern

Lauren Illumination is seeking engineering Interns for full-time and part-time positions. The candidate must have a degree of the engineering discipline or be actively pursuing a degree such as electronic, electrical, and or mechanical. We are a small yet rapidly growing company with many opportunities. The candidate must be familiar with commercial and residential electrical construction. Familiarity with AutoCAD is required. The candidate must be willing to learn and develop innovative ideas and processes, and be willing to cultivate/execute said knowledge independently or in a group setting. The successful candidate will be assigned diverse engineering assignments including but not limited to the following:

  • Photometric testing and prototyping of LED luminaries.
  • Laboratory Testing and prototyping of LED systems and system components.
  • Engineering specifying/drafting of LED systems and system components.
  • Work with customers on lighting system layouts and create associated BOM
  • Evaluate and modify production processes in respect to safety, ergonomics, and lean initiatives.

If you are qualified and would like your resume sent to the company for review, please email it to Amy Bowers at abowers5@kent.edu in Microsoft Word format with the position listed in subject line/body. 

Posted 6-13-18


Abbott Electric, Inc. (Still Open - ongoing basis)
Project Manager Assistant Intern

1935 Allen Ave. SE Canton, Ohio  44707

Supervisor:  Project Manager

Supervisor phone:  330-343-8941

Supervisor email:  jerryw@abbottelectric.com

Internship start date/end date:  Open

Approximate work hours per week:  20-30

Rate of pay:  $10

Brief description of internship site/program: 

  • Assist Electrical Contractor’s project mangers to perform various duties associated with estimating and running electrical construction projects

Internship responsibilities/duties:  

  • Part time position working as an assistant to our Project Managers and estimators on electrical construction projects. 
  • Good organization skills are critical. 
  • Must be proficient with Microsoft Office software (mostly Word and Excel). 

Learning outcomes for the intern: 

Electrical construction market, organizing and performing project management tasks.

What opportunities for training will be provided?

Continual on the job training with experienced project managers

What opportunities will you provide to incorporate the intern into your organization for them to learn about your industry? 

Accompany Project Manager to production meetings, visit jobsites.

Application materials required:  Resume

Brent Fatzinger    
Posted - ongoing basis


 


Western & Southern Life (still open as of 9-24-18)
Financial Representative


Western & Southern Life Is Committed to Your Personal Success. Take charge of your career by working for an industry leader that is dedicated to your professional growth and development. The Western and Southern Life Insurance Company is a member of Western & Southern Financial Group, Inc. a Fortune 500 Company with six diversified financial services subsidiaries. 

Our Financial Representatives provide solutions to prospective and current clients within their communities, helping meet multiple financial goals, with a comprehensive and top-notch line of financial and insurance products and services. 

Best-in-Business Compensation, Incentives & Benefits

  • First-class individualized training and development
  • Opportunities for internal growth and advancement
  • Digital & personalized marketing tools to build your business
  • A compensation plan  that truly rewards results
  • Total rewards package to include medical and dental insurance, company-funded benefit pension plan and 401(k)

Skills & Experience Driving Your Success

We are looking for those qualified candidates who are:

  • Natural networkers successful in relationship building
  • Interested in making a personal impact in their community
  • Passionate about helping others achieve their financial goals
  • Highly motivated people with entrepreneurial spirits
  • Driven by challenges to achieve rewards

Now Is the Time
Take the next step toward greater personal and professional fulfillment. Are you ready to seize your opportunity to achieve, earn, and be more? 

For more information, reach out to Joe Parker, Agency Manager – Canton-Alliance, OH, at 330-433-4206 or Joseph.Parker@wslife.com.

Posted 4-18-18  (Still open as of 9-24-28)


i-Group Technologies (still open as of 9-24-18)

3509 Brightwood Rd SE
New Philadelphia, OH 44663
Located in Midvale just past the Stone/Gravel facility - next to Truck Sales and Service - really close to KSU

Part to Full Time
Marketing/Digital Media/Network Admin/Customer Service Position

i-Group Technologies
i-Group Technologies is one of our companies. There are actually several. i-Group, Direct2Shirt, Image Armor, RTP Apparel. Below are short descriptions of what each company does, but the positions cover ALL of the companies involved.

i-Group - Machine manufacturer of pretreatment equipment for the Direct To Garment portion of the apparel decorating industry. 
Direct2Shirt - our in-house online webstore for direct to garment supplies and the equipment we manufacture.
Image Armor - pretreatment manufacturer for the primers used on apparel for direct to garment printing.
RTP Apparel - our manufactured garments that are already primed and DTG (direct to garment) Ready To Print shirts - manufacturer and distributor worldwide for RTP Apparel shirts. 

  • Manage, maintain, develop all websites for our businesses.
  • Must have graphics program ability ( Corel / Photoshop / Illustrator, etc)
  • Creative ad content and website design / layout
  • Video production capability a plus
  • e-commerce familiarity 
  • Creative customer discovery for gaining new customers / business sales
  • Trade show marketing/design/layout 
  • Network administration and knowledge a plus
  • Widely varied job with a lot of different angles to utilize a variety of skills.
  • Ability adapt, be creative, self motivated, be able to see the vision and create a route to achieve the set forth goals. 
  • Part time student preferred to potential full time position.

To apply, contact:
Brian Walker
i-Group Technologies, LLC
brian@igrouptech.com
877.673.4378 / F: 330.266.7437
websites: viperxpt.com / imagearmorpt.com / rtpapparel.com / directtogarment.com / direct2shirt.com

Posted 4-4-18 (Still open as of 9-24-18)


REA & ASSOCIATES
Client Service specialist/bookkeeper (still available as of 9-21-18)

Wooster, OH

Rea & Associates is a Top 100 Accounting Firm in the country and is committed to being the dominant firm in our markets. We are focused on the well-being of our staff and their professional development. Our culture respects a work-life balance for our team. We also provide a competitive compensation and robust benefit plan.

We are looking for an energetic and enthusiastic client service specialist/bookkeeper to work in our Wooster, Ohio office location. This is an outstanding opportunity to join a team who continues to grow and support The Rea Advantage, our strategic plan.

This client service specialist/bookkeeper has the exciting opportunity to succeed and support the firm’s cornerstones, Our People, Our Clients, Our Growth and Our Firm while exhibiting the following skills:

  • Preparing monthly, quarterly, and annual financial statements including cash flows for multiple clients and industries
  • Preparing bank reconciliations, monthly and quarterly sales, use and CAT tax returns
  • Understanding payroll preparation and monthly transaction entry
  • Relating to year-end information; ability to review accounts and calculate retained earnings
  • Assisting clients with accounting, payroll and basic software issues
  • Assisting tax/accounting and audit departments with obtaining/providing annual adjusted client trial balance
  • Carrying out the internal bookkeeping function for clients such as entering or paying bills and invoicing from their software
  • Calculating bonus payments and appropriate deductions from bonus checks
  • Calculating and/or processing payroll tax deposits and payments, as require.
  • Preparing quarterly and year-end payroll tax returns

Qualifications and Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or GED is required; Associates or Bachelor’s degree in accounting or comparable accounting and bookkeeping experience is beneficial
  • Knowledge of general accounting concepts
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office applications with advanced skills in Word and Excel required
  • Experience with QuickBooks & Accounting CS preferred

To apply please go to: http://www.reacpa.com/submit-your-resume

Posted 3-8-18 (Still available as of 9-21-18)


INTERIM HEALTHCARE


Sign on Bonus for Experienced Applicants!

Join Interim HealthCare of New Philadelphia and discover why we are the employer of choice for over 67,000 employees throughout the country.

Now hiring Administrative Assistants, STNAs, HHAs, LPNs, and RNs

  • Full-Time and Part-Time assignments
  • Flexible Schedules and Hours
  • Competitive pay
  • Health Coverage

We also offer a Free Home Health Aide training class for applicants with little or no experience!

Why do our healthcare aides and nurses prefer working in home health care?

  • More flexibility
  • Autonomy and responsibility
  • Fewer interruptions
  • Emotionally rewarding
  • Enjoy working with the elderly
  • Career Growth Potential

Please come join our team and call us today at 330.343.3760 or apply online at www.interimhealthcare.com

Posted 10-25-17


Personal & Family Counseling Services
Victims Advocate

 

1433 Fifth St. NW, New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663

About Us: 

Personal and Family Counseling Services of Tuscarawas Valley, Inc. is a private, non-profit family service agency that assists individual and families by providing many social services, such as counseling, support, advocacy and education, focusing on prevention as well as treatment. Our services are available to all residents of Tuscarawas and Carroll counties.

In January 2013, PFCS became an affiliate organization of OhioGuidestone. OhioGuidestone is a community solutions organization. We offer a unique blend of behavioral health treatment services, skill building programs and prevention opportunities for children and families. At OhioGuidestone, many of our clients struggle with a lack of education and life skills, and don’t know how to access personal or community resources to help them improve their situations. We not only help resolve problems that already exist, but teach skills to help individuals become self-sufficient, and prevent future obstacles to success. Our services help individuals not only to survive, but thrive.

Victims Advocate  

The Harbor House Domestic Violence Shelter seeks a Victims Advocate to work part-time. The ideal candidate will be willing to supervise client’s activities in addition to crisis intervention, being available to clients when they need someone to talk to, and must be sensitive yet observant in order to log pertinent information for use by other staff including counselors.

Job Duties and Responsibilities: 

Provide direct client support by monitoring the household and supervising client’s activities in addition to crisis intervention. Help clients adjust to group/shared family living while being responsible for their safety and well-being. Monitors medications, completes necessary paperwork, answers crisis line and assess caller’s appropriateness for admission into the program. Helps to acclimate new residents to the halfway house and shelter life after intake process. Responsible for the safety and well-being of all families in Harbor House.

While much of the daily work is not unlike running a home with a large family (shopping, meal planning, cooking, cleaning, taking care of children, etc.), the advocates must be alert to any potential emergency that could arise such as an abuser finding the shelter or a client in severe emotional distress.

Education Required: High School or better in Other.

Education Preferred: Associates or better in Criminology and Criminal Justice or related field. Associates or better in Sociology or related field. Bachelors or better in Criminology and Criminal Justice or related field. Bachelors or better in Sociology or related field.

At OhioGuidestone we care about the health and safety of our employees. OhioGuidestone requires applicants to complete a pre-employment screening process upon receipt of an offer of employment. We require and cover the cost of a fingerprint background screening, physical, Tuberculosis test, and drug screen after an employment offer is made. Any employment offer is contingent upon receipt of all satisfactory pre-employment screenings.

OhioGuidestone is committed to creating a more diverse community. We encourage candidates from historically underrepresented groups to apply. EEO/AA M/F/H/V

To Apply: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/OHI1003/JobBoard/4da200cc-2a1f-0d6e-6a26-433bb2d266af

Posted 9-15-16 (ongoing basis -- will keep applications on file for two years)


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