Jobs & Internships

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.


Tuscarawas County YMCA
Food Service Coordinator

Dennison location

Position Summary:

The Tuscarawas County YMCA is looking for a dynamic, high energy, individual to provide a supportive, collaborative, and fun learning environment for children in our food program at our community site in Dennison, OH.   With healthy food and fun activities, the Y Food program offers a safe place where kids can try new things, make new friends and be a part of something great. 

Under the direction of the Childcare Director, the Food Service Coordinator shall be responsible for coordinating food ordering and delivery along with data collection for all sites.   The Food Service Coordinator will provide primary leadership at the community site in Dennison, Ohio ensuring enrichment and physical activities are implemented and meet HEPA standards.   This position requires high energy levels, strong organization skills, and knowledge of working with children ages 5-15.  Special emphasis will be on data collection and data management as well as program delivery.

Essential Functions:

  • Order food for meals.
  • Responsible for the preparation, organization and inventory of food items.
  • Coordinate and oversee delivery and purchasing from vendors.
  • Deliver and serve meals.
  • Coordinate and deliver physical activity and nutrition program after meal.
  • Complete daily paperwork including attendance, number of meals served, and amounts provided. 
  • Maintain accurate records and complete reports as necessary.
  • Follow all safety and sanitary procedures in accordance with licensing and food service regulations.
  • Supervise and encourage children with positive guidance and techniques. 
  • Promote YMCA mission and values; showing outward support for the menus planed and meals prepared.
  • Be an advocate for YMCA programs, healthy eating, healthy living, relationship building, and community collaboration.
  • Establish positive and productive relationships with staff, volunteers, children and families at each site.
  • Help where/as needed; perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

  • Valid driver’s license
  • Experience working with children.
  • Passionate belief in the Y’s cause of nurturing the potential of all youth, supporting healthy living for all people and finding ways to help and support our neighbors.
  • Ability to relate effectively to diverse groups of people from all social and economic segments of the community.
  • Proven track record of developing authentic relationships with others.
  • Attend New Employee Orientation within 60 days of hire. 
  • Serv Safe training
  • CPR, First Aid, and AED certifications within 60 days of hire.

Apply in person at Tuscarawas County YMCA, 600 Monroe St., Dover, OH  44622 or send email to tiffany@tuscymca.org.

Posted 10-4-19


Area Agency on Aging - Region 9, Inc.
Internships

710 Wheeling Avenue, Cambridge, Ohio 43725    
Voice (800) 945–4250    Fax (740) 439-0064

Serving Ohio’s Belmont, Carroll, Coshocton, Guernsey, Harrison, Holmes, Jefferson, Muskingum, and Tuscarawas counties for over 40 years

Area Agency on Aging Region 9, Inc. is offering several unpaid internship opportunities for college students; especially gerontology, social work, nursing, health care fields, criminal justice, mental health, political science, human resources, media and communication as well as clerical or research fields.

Students can help with data collection, surveys, special projects, victims of crime support, public speaking and a variety of other opportunities.

If interested, please contact Misty Smith via one of the ways listed below.

Misty Smith, COTA/L | Volunteer Coordinator | Area Agency on Aging Region 9, Inc.  
710 Wheeling Ave, Cambridge, Ohio 43725
Phone: 1-844-932-7277 | Direct Line: 740-630-3971 | Fax: 740-439-3704
E-mail: Msmith@AAA9.org

Posted 9-27-19 


Area Agency on Aging - Region 9, Inc.
Volunteers


710 Wheeling Avenue, Cambridge, Ohio 43725    
Voice (800) 945–4250 ¨ Fax (740) 439-0064
 

Benefits for students to Volunteer:

Gaining New Skills

  • With each new volunteer activity comes training. These skills provide building blocks for future success.

Adding to the Resume

  • Commitment to community volunteer work overtime shows that a teen is willing to work for something without monetary compensation--much like a college internship, apprenticeship or job shadow experience--which may be a requirement of college programs.

Giving Time

  • One of the most selfless acts anyone can do is donate their time and talents. Teens who are busy with after-school sports or work and still make time to volunteer on evenings or weekends show outstanding character and resolve to make a difference.

Showing Responsibility

  • Just like going to a job, committing to a volunteer position shows responsibility. Teens working on becoming more reliable should get involved in volunteer programs relating to their hobbies to naturally build responsibility.

Earning Credits

  • Some high schools mandate a specific number of community volunteer work hours before a student is eligible for graduation. Many volunteer opportunities can translate to high school or college credits. Community service scholarships are one of the more common scholarship categories out there. In fact, there are more community service scholarships available to high school students looking for funding to help pay for that first year on campus. If you have a history of volunteerism, make sure you consider that in both your scholarship search and application process.

If interested please contact Misty Smith – Volunteer Coordinator for Area Agency on Aging in Cambridge, Ohio.

Msmith@aaa9.org / 1-740-630-3971

Posted 9-27-19


Robert’s Uniforms and Embroidery
Production Management Internship


Role:
Develop, maintain, and coordinate the use of Company graphic material.  Provide support to embroidery operators, and graphic designers. Maintain website production standards. Daytime availability required. 12-18 hrs a week.  

Skills:

  • Adapt advanced communication and interpersonal skills to create and build relationships
  • Ability to multi-task.
  • Ability to work in an environment where timelines/deadlines are normal course and last minute changes are given
  • Requires written, interpersonal, verbal/presentation communication skills
  • Ability to work effectively and cooperatively in a team environment
  • Ability to grow grammar, proofreading and editing skills
  • Flexibility/Adaptability/Creativity
  • Tenacity/Results Oriented
  • Must be detail-oriented and pay close attention to accuracy
  • Ability to learn new computer/design program skills. Email, website navigation, typing, Microsoft Office and appropriate graphic design packages.

Requirement:

  • Student must be at Senior level.

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 9-18-19


McCleery Law Firm, LLC
Office Management Intern

Located in New Philadelphia, part-time

We are seeking a part-time intern to join our team during the school year. We are a locally owned general practice law firm, based out of New Philadelphia, but also serving the entire Central/Eastern region of Ohio. A business internship is available immediately, assisting the Director of Business Operations and Office Manager in efficient and effective office management. Duties may include file organization, archiving, document management, assisting with billing practices, client contact management, etc.

The ideal candidate is hard working, self-motivated, has a high level of personal organization and is teachable. Computer literacy and a basic to moderate competency in Microsoft Office is essential. A sense of humor is a definite bonus.

Competitive compensation is offered. Interested candidates should apply by submitting a cover letter, resume and transcripts to Ashley@McCleeryLawFirm.com

Posted 9-12-19


David Warther Carvings
Part-time help

David Warther Carvings, located between Sugarcreek and Walnut Creek, is in need of part time help to work in their gift shop and exhibit. One or two days per week working 6 to 8 hours each day. Flexible schedule.  No work in January or February. Contact them at 330-852-6096 or stop in to talk to them anytime!

David Warther, Director
David Warther Carvings
1775 State Route 39
Sugarcreek, OH 44681

www.warther.org

Posted 9-3-19


State Farm Insurance
Help Wanted

1111 West High Ave.
New Philadelphia, OH  44663

Seeking an individual to fill a part-time position within our growing Insurance Agency. The position will start off as small clerical work such as answering the phone, taking messages, assisting with claims and taking payments within the office. The candidate must be responsible, flexible and have organizational skills. I am looking for an individual that’s career driven and has the ability to provide excellent customer service.

The position will start off as part-time with the opportunity to move to a full-time position and growth within the agency.

Interested applicants can apply within the office at 1111 West High Ave New Philadelphia, OH 44663 by dropping off a resume or emailing one to lindsay@lindsayadamsf.com.

Posted 8-28-19


Ohio State University Extension – Tuscarawas County
Program Assistant, SNAP-Ed

419 16th Street SW 
New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663

Position Summary:

  • Use standardized curriculum materials to teach food, nutrition, food resource management, and other related topics to low-income adults, youth, and/or families as part of the Education branch of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP-Ed) in a variety of community settings
  • Use standardized evaluation instruments to assess program participants’ knowledge, skills, attitudes, and behaviors to determine educational needs and impacts
  • Refer program participants to appropriate assistance programs
  • Recruit adults for the program by collaborating with community agencies and programs
  • Recruit youth for the program by collaborating with schools serving 50% or more free and reduced meals
  • Participate in staff development and training opportunities to enhance knowledge of nutrition topics and successful methods for nutrition education
  • Regular travel will be required throughout the county and occasionally to the state office and other regional locations around the state

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Nutrition, Family and Consumer Sciences, or other related field is required, or an equivalent combination of education and experience; experience working in low-income environments, teaching to a variety of audiences (youth/adult); knowledge of nutrition or other health-related topics.

Salary Range:

  • $12.03 - $13.91 per hour

Hours:

  • Regular, full-time, 40 hours per week

If you are interested in applying for this position, please visit www.jobsatosu.com and search for Job Opening Number #452694. The position opening will close on 9/8/2019.

Posted 8-26-19


National Association Supply Co-Operative, Inc.
Accounting Associate


The Accounting Associate’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Maintain the General Ledger.
  • Accounts Receivable
  • Accounts Payable
  • Properly account for credits and debits on member or supplier accounts.
  • Reconcile bank, credit card and other statements.
  • Provide Management with regular financial and inventory reports.
  • Provide analysis of financial matters and advise Management.
  • Insure adequate funds are available to settle AP, and notify Management should a transfer be required.
  • Cooperate with auditors.
  • Bring accounting discrepancies to the attention of Management.
  • Secure documents identified by Management as those being sensitive.
  • Maintain the petty cash fund (not to exceed $75) and document all activity.
  • Remit fees and deposits to Government agencies on a timely basis.
  • File documents in their respective locations.

The Accounting Associate is not permitted to:

  • Handle receivable payments, make deposits or sign checks.

Supervise Bookkeeping staff.

Perform other tasks as assigned by Management.

This is a non-exempt position.

Contact:
Bob Bedard
National Association Supply Co-Operative, Inc.
2031 Reiser Ave SE
New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663
Tele:  800-321-3396
Fax:  800-992-6679
www.nascoop.com

Posted 8-22-19


Hobe & Lucas
Intern - Public Accounting                                                                                                                                                                              

Exceptional and motivated Learner and Listener sought for one of the largest local CPA firm in Cleveland. There are opportunities for spring 2020 (tax season) internships on a full or part time basis.  Candidates appreciate variety in client assignments, though largely in the area of tax, and flexibility around workload to balance personal and work priorities.  Candidate also enjoys working interacting with a diverse group of clients.  Candidates should possess basic Microsoft Office skills and ability to quickly learn and understand new software programs.  Competitive compensation packages offered.

To explore this opportunity, email (resume@hobe.com), fax (216-524-8777) or mail your resume to:

Personnel Manager
Hobe & Lucas CPAs, Inc.
4807 Rockside Road, Suite 510
Independence, OH  44131

Posted 8-21-19


Dennison Railroad Depot Museum
Front Line Position


Two days a week.  Good for student looking for a job.

Contact:
Wendy  R. Zucal
Executive Director
Dennison Railroad Depot Museum
740.922.6776

Posted 8-15-19


Crane Carrier Company
Special Projects Intern

Reports To:  Purchasing Manager

General Summary:

Under the supervision of our Purchasing Manager, the Special Projects Intern will be responsible for assisting with completion of special projects general administrative duties supporting day-to-day operations.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Gathering, sorting and analyzing business data
  • Utilizing Word, Excel and other programs to organize and present information
  • Copying, filing and data entry
  • Other administrative and general tasks as assigned

Education:

  • Currently pursuing a degree in a field related to accounting, business, or analytics with at least one year of coursework completed.

Physical Requirements:

  • Regularly required to sit or stand, bend, stoop or reach.
  • Employees may be subject to random drug and alcohol testing.

Personal Protective Equipment:

  • Safety glasses, safety shoes and hearing protection required while in manufacturing areas.

Work Environment:

  • The employee will work in an office environment.
  • Some daily tasks may be required in the manufacturing environment.

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

Posted 8-14-19


JLG Industries
Technical Illustrator - Sr.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop and sustain electronic product information.
  • Use software to retrieve, orient, explode, and animate 3-D information for use in manuals.
  • Collaborate with and support Technical Writers with creation of storyboards, illustrations, and animations.
  • Develop and support Augmented Reality activities
  • Develop and sustain product Parts Manuals
  • Review applicable Change Notices (CNs) for new and revised engineering and supplier documentation.
  • Establish and sustain acceptable practices and processes for illustration, animation, and augmented reality development.
  • Collaborate with engineers, suppliers, R & D, production, service, purchasing and other department personnel to obtain parts details, CAD models, illustrations, photographs, service procedures, etc.
  • Coordinate proofing of final copy prior to release.
  • Maintain appropriate relationships with staff members of the following departments: Engineering, Manufacturing, Marketing, Customer Support and Purchasing

 Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in a related field
  • 5-plus years of related work experience

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Individual must be a self-starter, flexible, highly organized
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Ability to organize projects and work independently
  • Proven experience as animator
  • Communication and storytelling skills
  • Experience with the following software:
    PTC Illustrate, PTC IsoDraw, PTC Windchill, PTC Arbortext, PTC SIM, Creo Parametric, Adobe FrameMaker, CorelDraw, Adobe Creative Cloud, 3-D Studio Max, ARCore / ARKit, Xamarin
  • Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office applications
  • Knowledge of construction equipment systems and components
  • Experience effectively collaborating with internal and external customers.

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 8-7-19


Extreme Trailers
Drafter

Job Summary:

Responsible for creating drawings that exhibit the detail and method of assembly for the class 8 trailer industry.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Develop detailed designs
  • Provide details on component descriptions.
  • Resolve design problems.
  • Review and analyze specifications.
  • Draft technical details.
  • Specify dimensions, materials and procedures.
  • Proficient on computer aided design, with hands on use of Cad/Pro E, and especially Inventor.
  • Create and store drawings electronically.
  • Any other jobs as assigned by Management.

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 7-30-19


Gradall Industries, Inc. 
New Philadelphia, OH

Various positions available. A position summary and essential functions of the respective positions can be found at www.gradall.com

  • HR Assistant

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 8-15-19


Orrville Veterinary Clinic, Inc. (still open as of 8-16-19)
Registered Veterinary Technician


Ideal candidate will demonstrate the following:

  • 1-2 years of clinical veterinary experience as a Registered Veterinary Technician (Strongly preferred, not required)
  • Positive work attitude and commitment to a stress-free environment for our patients
  • Schedule flexibility; Available to work weekends and holidays
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
  • Provides excellent patient care and customer service
  • Comfortable working with computer software to complete patient records and treatment
  • Leadership skills, ability to train other staff
  • Self-motivated, reliable, ability to multitask
  • Competent in general knowledge and technician skills for specialty patients and ability to provide advanced patient care
  • Team player with good interpersonal skills
  • Planning, administering, and monitoring anesthesia, including for critical patients
  • Clear client communication and education
  • Maintain professionalism in a fast-paced work environment

Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Current RVT license
  • Solid surgery and dentistry training
  • Computer skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Client service skills
  • Positive and friendly attitude with clients and teammates
  • Must be able to read, write, and communicate clearly both in person and on the telephone
  • Must be willing to operate all necessary equipment including x-ray and laboratory equipment

We offer competitive benefits, including Group health insurance, 401k, Paid Time Off, personal pet discounts, uniforms, and other benefits.

If your skill set matches our ideal candidate, there is no need for you to look any further! Please feel free to stop in to fill out an application at 1665 North Main Street in Orrville, or email your resume to info@orrvillevetclinic.com. We look forward to hearing from you!

Posted 4-25-19 (Still open as of 8-16-19)


Union Country Club (still open - ongoing basis)
Servers

Starting Rate: $10 per hour
Part Time: Evenings & Weekends

Brief Job description:

We are looking for a competent Restaurant Server to take and deliver orders. You will be the face of our restaurant and responsible for our customers' experiences. Food server responsibilities include ensuring our tables are clean and tidy when guests arrive, presenting menus and serving food and beverages.

Email resumes to: accountant@unioncountryclub.net

You may also stop by 1000 N. Bellevue Ave, Dover to fill out an application.

Posted (ongoing basis)


Age of Steam Roundhouse (still open at least through fall 2019)
Site Interpreter


Position Description: Site Interpreter (Part Time)
Reports to: Education and Public Programming Coordinator

Site Interpreters will be responsible for leading and delivering 1-2 hour long guided walking tours of the Age of Steam Roundhouse, museum exhibits, and restoration shop. Successful candidates should expect to participate in training on customer service, basic principles of interpretation, and aspects of the history and physical science of steam railroading. Interpreters will work closely with staff, volunteers, and interns as they deliver enjoyable and thought-provoking programs on the history and physical science of steam railroading. Interpreters may also support education, programming, and special events by assisting with other tasks as assigned.

Primary Duties Include:

  • Welcoming visitors as they arrive to the visitor center and museum and engaging them in conversation to pique their interest.
  • Accompany visitor tour groups to keep them together and ensure their safety throughout guided walking tours of the roundhouse and facilities.
  • Practice situational awareness. Inform visitors of safety standards and keep visitors aware of their surroundings and alert to potential hazards.  
  • Participate in training sessions to learn the basics of interpretation.
  • Become familiar with the AoS collections, facilities, exhibits, and best practices.
  • Learn about our collection of antique steam locomotives and their significance to history and physical science.
  • Lead interpretive tours and programs of the roundhouse collection and facilities.  
  • Respond to visitors’ questions, by providing accurate answers and feedback.
  • Assist with opening and closing the roundhouse and facilities
  • Assist with public programming and special events   

Desired Qualities:

  • Interest in American History, Physical Science, Steam Railroading, and/or Public History
  • Excellent public speaking skills and/or prior presentation experience
  • Excellent interpersonal communication skills
  • Commitment to deliver excellent customer service.
  • Ability to work with large groups independently and professionally.
  • Ability to adjust to changing situations. Ability to commit to a flexible work schedule, including nights and weekends.
  • Reliable transportation and a valid driver’s license. Must pass a background check
  • Ability to lift and carry 25+ lbs., stand on feet for extended periods of time, arrange furniture (tables, chairs, desks), and climb on ladders

If interested submit cover letter, resume, and references to aosroundhouse@gmail.com

Posted 3-14-19, 5-14-19 (Still open)


Brewster Cheese (STILL OPEN AS OF 7-24-19)
Maintenance Technician

We have an immediate opening for a dedicated industrial maintenance professional to work FULL-TIME in our Maintenance Department.

The successful candidate will have a minimum of a High School diploma or equivalent, with prior experience in the industrial maintenance field. Associates Degree in Electrical Engineering is a plus. Must have strong knowledge of electrical controls, PLCs, and must be able to read schematics and have the ability to exercise sound judgment and initiative with minimal supervision.

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. 


Boltaron (still open as of 7-24-19)
Machine Operator


We are currently looking for self-motivated individuals to join our plastics manufacturing team.  For this full-time position, individuals must be reliable, able to work any shift, willing to work overtime and willing to cross train.  Machine operators will report directly to our Production Supervisors.

Responsibilities:

  • Utilize hand tools and measuring devices (micrometer, tape measure, etc.)
  • Assist with machine set-up, tear down, and shut down
  • Follow work order instructions
  • Inspect material to ensure quality specs are met
  • Report defective materials to the operator or department supervisor
  • Complete proper paperwork and tracking requirements
  • Maintain the work area and good housekeeping/5S

Job Requirements:

  • Must be willing to work any shift (7-3, 3-11, 11-7)
  • Experienced in machine set-up, mechanically inclined & able to troubleshoot mechanical problems
  • Able to use hand tools and measurement devices (micrometer, tape measure)
  • Possess good math and computer skills
  • Prior factory and tow motor experience a plus

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. 


Horizons of Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties, Inc.
Various Positions

Horizons of Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties, Inc. provides residential and Adult Day Services to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in several counties in Ohio. Horizons is also a Rural Public Transportation Provider in Tuscarawas County.

We currently have openings which would be beneficial to students studying Psychology, Social Work, Education, Sociology, Communications, Counseling, Nursing and many others:

Adult Day Service Assistants – Tuscarawas County (FT & PT)

Direct Support Professionals – Tuscarawas, Ashland, and Wayne Counties (FT & PT)

Opening available all shifts any day. Work around your class schedule.

All applicants must be at least 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED and a valid drivers license. Lead Dispatch position must have experience in dispatch and supervisory experience. Please call (330) 364-5415 if you would like a complete job description or specifics of the openings available.

You may apply in person at 220 W 4th street, Dover, Ohio 44622 or online @ http://www.horizonsoftuscandcarroll.org/

Posted 1-22-19 Revised 1-25-19, 5-13-19


REA & Associates (Various positions and locations available)

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.

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

Posted 1-9-19, 5-13-19


Interim Healthcare (Various positions available)

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

Posted 1-9-19, 5-13-19


Ohioguidestone (still open as of 8-14-19) - updated new contact person
Tuscarawas County and Carroll County

Apply Online! www.OhioGuidestone.org/employment

Various positions available. A position summary and essential functions of the respective positions can be found at www.OhioGuidestone.org/employment

  • Case Manager – Domestic Violence Shelter
  • In Home Mental Health Counselor
  • Mental Health School Based Counselor
  • Out Patient Mental Health Counselor
  • ​​​​SUD & Mental Health Case Manager

Contact:

Dan Esway, HR Generalist, Daniel.Esway@ohioguidestone.org

Posted 9-13-18 (Still open as of 8-14-19)


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 managers 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


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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