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 William (Bill) Beisel at wbeisel@kent.edu .


BMV Driver Exam Station
College Intern - PAID Internship
New Philadelphia, OH


College Intern - BMV Driver Exam Station New Philadelphia (220008RH) 

About Us:
Our mission is to save lives, reduce injuries and economic loss, administer Ohio's motor vehicle laws and preserve the safety and wellbeing of all citizens.

What You'll Do:

Ohio Department of Public Safety - Bureau of Motor Vehicles

Report in location: 1260 Monroe Street Northwest, Suite 9 E, New Philadelphia, Ohio 44663

Work Days and Hours would vary between: Tuesday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm, Saturday 8:00 am - 2:30 pm based on student schedule.  This position does work on Saturdays.

This position is for year-round - up to 20 hours a week/or less

Major/field of study should be in Business (i.e., Communications, Business, Marketing, Psychology, Sociology, etc.) or Criminal Justice

  • Conducts written & oral test to determine applicants’ knowledge of laws & signs.
  • Conducts eye tests to determine visual acuity.
  • Grades tests to determine applicants scores.
  • Responds to inquiries concerning the examination process.
  • Makes driving test appointments, either by phone, computer or by personal appearance at the facility.
  • Prepares required forms, processes applications for licenses, maintains files & orders needed supplies.
  • Helps to maintain the cleanliness of the facility.
  • Performs other related duties as required.

What’s in it for you:
Our benefits package includes:

Ohio Public Employees Retirement System
OPERS is the retirement system for State of Ohio employees. The employee contributes 10% of their salary towards their retirement. The employer contributes an amount equal to 14% of the employee’s salary. Visit the OPERS website for more information.

Deferred Compensation
The Ohio Deferred Compensation program is a 457(b) voluntary retirement savings plan. Visit the Ohio Deferred Compensation website for more information.

Ohio is a Disability Inclusion State and strives to be a Model Employer of Individuals with disabilities. The State of Ohio is committed to providing access and inclusion and reasonable accommodation in its services, activities, programs and employment opportunities in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other applicable laws.

Qualifications:
Must be currently enrolled in an accredited college/university.

Employment Requirements (all must be verified upon hire)
To be eligible for an internship opportunity at the Ohio Department of Public Safety, an applicant must:

  • Be currently enrolled in an accredited college or university, as verified via official or unofficial transcript or letter on letterhead from the Registrar's office confirming enrollment
  • Be in good standing with the college/university
  • Have a minimum grade point average of 2.0
  • Be enrolled in at least one course
  • Be pursuing a degree or finishing a degree

  Supplemental Information

  •  Rate of pay is based upon student's academic status
  • This position is for year around - up to 20 hours a week/or less

 Background Check Information 

A background check including BCI & FBI fingerprint check will be required on all selected applicants

Please apply for the position online by going to:

https://dasstateoh.taleo.net/careersection/oh_ext/jobdetail.ftl?job=220008RH&tz=GMT-05%3A00&tzname=America%2FNew_York

Agency Contact Name: T. Ellis
Agency Contact Information: tjellis@dps.ohio.gov 

Posted 2-1-23


Dynamic Hydraulic Services Co., LLC
Engineer - Full-Time
Dover, OH 


Job description:

Immediate opening for an Engineer at our Dover, OH Facility. This engineer will be required to generate Fluid Power Designs and perform Project Management tasks

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:

The Ideal Professional Candidate must be able to perform the following tasks:

  • Work with customers and generate layout diagrams and schematics to meet their needs.
  • Select all mechanical / electrical components and hardware with attention to material compatibility and costs / performances.
  • Generate Detail Drawings with Geometric Dimensioning.
  • Design systems and components for in house shop fabrication.
  • Employ new technologies to produce unique and innovative systems.
  • Execute sound engineering practices, backed up with design calculation.
  • Organize and Generate Bills of Materials
  • Perform exceptional written and oral communication skills.

Must be self-motivated individual, who works well within a team environment to design systems that meet customer needs and project deadlines. Some Travel is a requirement. Compensation based on experience and capability. This position is very challenging and hands on.

Work Remotely:

  • No

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off

Schedule:

  • Day shift

Education:

  • Bachelor's (Preferred)

Experience:

  • Engineering: 2 years (Preferred)

Work Location: One location

Dynamic Hydraulic Services Co., LLC
205 Deeds Drive
Dover, OH  44622  
Office: 330-365-1390

Posted 1-30-23


Dynamic Hydraulic Services Co., LLC
Sr. Manufacturing Engineer - Full-Time
Dover, OH  

 

What we are looking for:

Dynamic Hydraulics is looking for a SR. Manufacturing Engineer to join our location in Dover, OH. The ideal candidate will enjoy working in a team environment. This individual will have an opportunity to make lasting and positive changes in our team!

The SR. Manufacturing Engineer will be responsible for providing technical support for all aspects of production from design release forward. The incumbent will be accountable for engineering activities in hydraulic, pneumatics, machining, welding, and assembly, in order to obtain optimum productivity and quality levels while complying with customer specifications.

Primary Responsibilities and Essential Functions:

The SR. Manufacturing Engineer is responsible for their assigned manufacturing processes through input from the customer, plant staff, and production employees. The Sr. Manufacturing Engineer will review processes, emphasize continuous improvement in time reduction, to improve productivity. In addition, the Sr. Manufacturing Engineer will be responsible for achieving product target cost, improved efficiency, identifying possible production problems for existing products within their scope of accountability.

What you will be doing:

  • Support and maintain project time line
  • Participate in identifying open items issues
  • Develop workflow, effective layout and optimize processes
  • Evaluate and implement process/product improvements
  • Assist with training of both technical and production in processing standards
  • Develops short and long term strategy to support customer requirements
  • Authorizes engineering change notices (deviations), process alerts, purchase orders, equipment spare parts inventory, and personnel training requests
  • Supports plant safety rules , procedures and standards

Benefits:

  • 401(k)
  • Health insurance
  • Paid time off

Experience level:

  • 8 years

Schedule:

  • Day shift

Work setting:

  • In-person
  • In the field
  • Manufacturing facility

Ability to commute/relocate:

  • Dover, OH 44622: Reliably commute or planning to relocate before starting work (Required)

Education:

  • Bachelor's (Required)

Experience:

  • Engineering: 8 years (Required)

License/Certification:

  • Driver's License (Required)

Work Location: One location

Dynamic Hydraulic Services Co., LLC
205 Deeds Drive
Dover, OH  44622
Office: 330-365-1390

Posted 1-30-23


Precious Treasures Learning and Child Care Center
Early Childcare Administrator (Full-Time)
West Lafayette, OH


Job description:
Precious Treasures Child Care Center is looking for an Early Childcare Administrator that will be responsible for overseeing the daycare facility and programs to ensure that children have a safe and fun environment to learn and socialize with others. Each day you will have the pleasure to create a safe, healthy, structured, and nurturing environment. Your customer service skills will be used to bond with the children, and families while maintaining professional relationships with your staff and communicating effectively with parents.

  • Meet the Administrator Responsibilities, Requirements and Qualifications for a Licensed Child Care Center provided by ODJFS.
  • Responsible for operating the center under current ODJFS licensing rules and regulations.
  • Establish and maintain compliance with ODJFS licensing rules and regulations including the Step Up to Quality rules to work towards obtaining a Star 5 rating.

Perform overall daily operations of center including:

  • Financial management and budgeting in compliance with the Board of Directors.
  • Collection, posting, and reporting of tuition payments.
  • Child and staff record maintenance.
  • Policy development and implementation.
  • Ensuring appropriateness of program activities according to age and developmental levels of children.
  • Utilize various software systems.
  • Maintain a positive and professional attitude with staff, children, and parents
  • Order supplies as needed
  • Recruitment and retention of families and staff
  • Supervise staff and children and role model classroom expectations
  • Manage staff to include hiring, dismissal, evaluations, center policies and procedures, licensing rules, and regulations.
  • Assume responsibilities in classrooms as a teacher and/or aide when current staffing levels indicate a need due to illness, emergency, etc.
  • Promote Precious Treasures through customer tours, community events, etc.
  • Attendance at required pieces of training, meetings, and special events to include marketing Precious Treasures.
  • Fulfill administrative office duties.
  • Other duties that may be designated from time to time as needs arise.

Pay: $30,000 – $36,000

Ability to commute/relocate:
West Lafayette, Ohio 43845

Education:
Associate (Preferred)

Experience:
Daycare childcare: 2 years (Preferred)

License/Certification:
CDA, or CPL 3, or Administrator Credential 2 (Preferred)

Work Location: One location

Please submit a resume to ptreasureschildcarecenter@gmail.com to show your interest.

Posted 1-23-23


Precious Treasures 
Preschool Teachers and Classroom Assistants (Full-time and Part Time)
West Lafayette, OH

 

Classroom positions will entail creating and following lesson plans, supervision of children and flexible/willing to work with children. Day shift only, center is open 6:30 a.m to 5:30 p.m. 

Candidates must have a High School Diploma or GED, be willing to get a background check, medical check and TB test. Teachers with or willing to obtain a CDA are preferred but open to all candidates. 

Applicants may pick up at Precious Treasures, 122 W. Union Ave. in West Lafayette.

Posted 1-23-23


Dover Chemical Corporation
Maintenance and Reliability Manager
Dover, OH


Job Description

How to Apply:
doverchem.com/careers  or resumes@doverchem.com

Posted 1-11-23


Guardian Veterinary Specialists
Veterinary Technicians - all shifts
Brewster and Middletown, NY
 

Announcement

Description and Contact Information

Posted 1-10-23


Intel Careers
Engineering Internship
Graduate Level
New Albany, OH; Phoenix AR


Description:
This is a summer and/or extended onsite internship at Intel's Ocotillo Technology Fabrication (OTF) in Chandler, Arizona, and might have an opportunity to extend virtually.


The Ohio Technology Fabrication group is looking for highly motivated individuals to sustain, ramp, and transfer new technologies using state of the art equipment and materials. Responsibilities may be quite diverse of a nonexempt technical nature. U.S. experience and education requirements will vary significantly depending on the unique needs of the job.


Job responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:​

  • Sustaining day-to-day operations across all shifts to deliver best-in-class results for tool availability.
  • Cycle time.
  • Defects and parametric performance.
  • Process Engineers design and plan the layout for such processes as hardening, washing, laminating, etching, engraving, polishing, painting, plating, and other material processing operations.
  • Hands-on participation with frequent factory floor presence is expected.


In this position, you will be temporarily relocated to Arizona for the duration of the summer internship.

 

This position is not eligible for employment-based visa/immigration sponsorship.  Intel sponsors individuals for employment-based visas for positions where we experience a shortage of US Workers. These skills shortage roles are typically STEM contributing positions requiring a Master's or PhD degree, or a Bachelor’s degree with three years’ related job experience. 


Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must be an actively enrolled and progressing as a student pursuing a Master or PhD of Science degree in Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Material Science, Microelectronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Optical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, or related field.
  • Must maintain a minimum GPA of 3. 0.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Good communication skills
  • Self-direction
  • Integrity
  • Good teamwork
  • Strong problem solving
  • Attention to detail


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

 

Posted 01-05-23


Intel Careers
Engineering Internship
Undergraduate Level       
New Albany, OH; Phoenix AR


Description:
This is a summer and/or extended onsite internship at Intel's Ocotillo Technology Fabrication (OTF) facilities in Chandler, Arizona, and might have an opportunity to be extended virtually. You will be temporarily relocated to Arizona for the duration of your summer internship.

The Intel Ohio Technology Fabrication group is looking for highly motivated individuals to sustain, ramp, and transfer new technologies using state of the art equipment and materials. Responsibilities may be quite diverse of a nonexempt technical nature. U.S. experience and education requirements will vary significantly depending on the unique needs of the job.

Job responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:

  • Sustaining day-to-day operations across all shifts to deliver best-in-class results for tool availability.
  • Cycle time.
  • Defects and parametric performance.
  • Process Engineers design and plan the layout for such processes as hardening, washing, laminating, etching, engraving, polishing, painting, plating, and other material processing operations.
  • Hands-on participation with frequent factory floor presence is expected.


In this position, you will be temporarily relocated to Arizona for the duration of the summer internship.
 

This employment opportunity is not eligible for employment-based visa/immigration sponsorship.  Intel sponsors individuals for employment-based visas for positions where we experience a shortage of US Workers. These skills shortage roles are typically STEM contributing positions requiring a Master's or Ph.D. degree, or a Bachelor’s degree with three years’ related job experience.  This position does not qualify for Intel Sponsorship because it is either (1) a non-STEM contributing position, or (2) a STEM position that only requires a Bachelor’s degree and less than three years of experience.


Minimum Qualifications:

  • Must be actively enrolled and progressing as a student pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Material Science, Microelectronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Optical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics, or related field.
  • Must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0.
  • Must be in the 3rd year or higher of Bachelor of Science degree program.


Preferred Qualifications:

  • Good communication skills
  • Self-direction
  • Integrity
  • Good teamwork
  • Strong problem solving
  • Attention to detail
  • Responsibilities may be quite diverse of a nonexempt technical nature. U.S. experience and education requirements will vary significantly depending on the unique needs of the job.


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

 

Posted 01-05-23


Beech Design and Manufacturing
Design Engineer
New Philadelphia, OH


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 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 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 standardisation.

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 Paul Dykshoorn at pdykshoo@kent.edu in Microsoft Word format with the position listed in subject line/body. 

Posted 11-29-22


United Rolls
Engineering Technician
Canton, OH


Responsibilities:

  • Foundry and machine shop production and quality improvement.
  • Failure analysis
  • Mechanical, physical testing, inspection, and basic metallography.
  • Data analysis; vibration and thermal systems.
  • Project management

Qualifications:

  • Associates degree in technical field, completed or in-process.

Benefits:

  • Competitive wage, paid vacation and holidays, 401K, and insurance.
  • Will train!

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

Posted 11-17-22


Novelis
Summer 2023 Internships
Uhrichsville, OH

 

Several internships are available in various areas. If interested, please apply directly through the links provided or by visiting https://www.novelis.com/careers/.

Posted 11-17-22


Canton Drop Forge
Sales Coordinator
Canton, OH 


Description

Send resume direction to jobs@candropforge.com

Posted 10-31-22


BATTLE MOTORS                          
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS INTERN           
NEW PHILADELPHIA, OH


Description
As an Electrical Systems Intern, you will be assisting battery electric vehicle engineering team, working on the Battle Motor’s next generation electric heavy duty truck platform. This position will contribute to development and validation of vehicle control systems, and integration of electrical systems, both low-voltage and high-voltage.  

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work closely with subject matter expert to create and implement Design Verification Methods, test cases and validation criteria to test coverage of component requirements of EV powertrain system
  • Drive design and calibration change focused on attributes such as efficiency, drivability, thermal, NVH, performance, and durability.
  • Support analysis and troubleshooting of vehicle harnesses throughout development processes
  • Develop toolchains and methods to automate testing and perform data analysis to improve efficiency 
  • Troubleshoot systems using vehicle interface tools (Vector, Kvaser, PEAK-System) and lab equipment such as oscilloscope, power supplies and multimeter 
  • Perform debugging and failure analysis of complex hardware and software interactions
  • Participate in environmental and track testing activities. 
  • Participates in data collection and analysis.
  • Design and build test benches to validate high voltage and low voltage system if necessary
  • Communicate with software, mechanical and electrical engineers to proactively identify problems and gaps in test.
  • Document results and track issues in concise reports as appropriate, present results to management personnel

QUALIFICATIONS AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS

  • BS or higher in Engineering
  • Knowledge of high-voltage and low-voltage electrical system, safety, EMI, EMC
  • Knowledge with Microsoft Office applications
  • Strong problem-solving, analytical, and presentation skills
  • Experience troubleshooting and validating electronic hardware system using lab equipment such as oscilloscope, power supplies and multimeter 

PREFERRED EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS

  • Knowledge of automotive communication networks (such as CAN, LIN, Ethernet, Flexray)
  • Experience with vehicle interface software (CANalyzer, CANape, CANoe, PCAN etc..)
  • Good understanding of electric vehicle systems (powertrain, battery, thermal and electronics)
  • Good understanding of automotive harness and management
  • Experience with vehicle control development (MATLAB/Simulink)

ADDITIONAL NOTES: 
Employee may need to perform other duties as required to meet emerging needs of the company.

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

Posted 10-18-22


Gradall Industries
Engineering Technician III
New Philadelphia, OH

 

Job Summary:
Serve as a liaison representative between the Engineering Department and Assembly to correct problems encountered in Manufacturing and Assembly which result from Manufacturing or Engineering errors, processing problems, or cost cutting suggestions. Determine cause and provide solutions to malfunctions of new machines which require engineering solutions, with assistance of appropriate Engineering personnel. Troubleshoot problems with completed units.

Essential Functions of the Job:

  • Obtain information on manufacturing problems relating to Gradall manufactured products.  Such information includes but not limited to: (a) a detailed understanding of the problem, (b) the Engineering drawings relating to the problem, (c) measurement of the actual parts involved, and (d) comparison of the actual dimensions with specified drawing dimensions.
  • Using the above information, develop a solution and initiate via sketches and/or red marked blueprints, within guidelines of the Engineering Change Notice (ECN) System.
  • Work with assembly/test personnel to troubleshoot issues (hydraulic, electrical, and mechanical).
  • When necessary, work jointly with the engineer responsible for the product and develop a solution to the problem. Decide upon the disposition of parts which are not usable due to design or manufacturing error.
  • Such disposition includes reworking to correct error or scrapping.
  • Such decisions require determination of rework feasibility and cost from Manufacturing Engineering Department, scrap costs from cost records, and the effect upon production schedules.
  • When necessary, consult with the engineer responsible for the product and/or one of the Engineering Department Managers to arrive at a decision.
  • Provide advance information to Manufacturing about forthcoming design changes to facilitate change implementation.
  • Prepare or direct preparation of Engineering documents, or changes to documents, which are necessary to implement solutions to Manufacturing problems.  Such documents are sketches, drawings, schematics and Bill of Materials.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA’s):

  • A basic knowledge of hydraulic and mechanical equipment.
  • Candidate must be familiar with and able to read and follow electrical and hydraulic schematics. 
  • Candidate must possess the ability to work with others to improve designs and to develop solutions to design issues. 
  • Candidate must be able to utilize standard business software packages such as Microsoft Office. 
  • May be required to work in appropriate CAD system: included, but not limited to, ProE, AutoCAD, and Solidworks CAD system.

Education and Experience:

  • Minimum of High School diploma or equivalent
  • 2-year Associate degree preferred; or equivalent work experience

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

Posted 10-7-22


Sandy Valley Local Schools
Assistant Treasurer


Job Description

Each item listed in job description is important in establishing a complete file on all applicants and only applicants with complete files will be considered for interviews.

Email or deliver the requested materials to the address listed below:
Tricia Schreffler, Treasurer
362 St. Rte 183 NE
Magnolia, OH 44643
Email: t.schreffler@svlocal.org

Posted 9-14-22


R & J Cylinder
Accounts Receivable/Accountant - Part-time
New Philadelphia, OH


Job Description:

  • Part-time Accounts Receivable/Accountant.  Must be willing to do whatever needs done, including scanning and filing of job folders.
  • Great opportunity to work around family schedule - 20-25 hours per week
  • Flexible set schedule meaning - you can choose your hours but then must be here during those hours Monday through Friday.
  • Director of first impressions - answering phone and door
  • Backup up office assistant at our Bolivar location when needed.
  • Handle all billing/invoicing for the New Philadelphia location
  • Complete bank reconciliations
  • Support month end closing process
  • Other accounting duties as they arise

Must pass drug screen and physical.
No benefits with this position.

Salary: $20.00 - $25.00 per hour

Schedule:

  • Monday to Friday

Please send resume to Pam Adams @ padams@rjcylinder.com

Posted 9-13-22


Oak Pointe LLC (Still available as of 11-18-22)
CAD and Programming
Newcomerstown, OH


Job Summary:
Our company is an established and growing manufacturer of finely crafted stair parts and other millwork.  Join our CAD department.  The successful candidate should be well organized, detail oriented, and have a strong CAD background.  If you have a passion for exceeding customers’ expectations and have a strong work ethic, you may be a great fit for this position.

Job Responsibilities:

  • With knowledge of the manufacturing process, prepare DWG files of custom products and convert them to PDF for customer’s review and approval before manufacturing.
  • Stair design.
  • Prepare DWG files for existing and new catalog parts.
  • Prepare photo realistic 3D renderings for existing and new catalog parts and application drawings.
  • Prepare tool paths for CNC machines and occasionally assist or run a CNC machine.
  • Interact with office and production staff.

Required Skills:

  • Intermediate to advance knowledge of AutoCAD or equal.
  • 3D modeling with knowledge of Solidworks is preferred.
  • Able to work independently and with others.
  • Good typing skills and basic knowledge of MS Word, Excel & Outlook helpful.
  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Good communication, organizational, and time management skills.
  • Dependable and Reliable.
  • Able to work independently and with others.
  • Basic math skills, ability to use tape measures and calipers.

Compensation & Benefits:

  • Competitive pay based on qualifications with a semi-annual bonus.
  • Paid holidays and vacation.
  • 401K with match.
  • Health Insurance.
  • Dental & Vision coverage is available.

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

Posted 9-7-22 (Still available as of 11-18-22)


Hendrickson (Still available as of 11-18-22)
Manufacturing Engineering Technician
Navarre, OH


Position Summary
A Manufacturing Engineer Technician is responsible for supporting the daily operation and processes in the facility. This includes but not limited to maintaining/improving equipment and processes in order to support the objective of the facility in terms of safety, quality, and productivity.

Major Responsibilities

  • Apply concepts and details of gauging, fixtures and tooling to assist in problem solving.
  • Support the maintenance technicians anytime they’re struggling with effectively trouble shooting a production piece of equipment.
  • Identify areas in which tooling, cleanliness, operation sequences, or manufacturing consistency can be improved to increase throughput or product quality.
  • Help maintaining and controlling part programs for all equipment areas.
  • When necessary, help to evaluate existing tooling and fixturing to determine optimum method of repair or improvement.
  • Provide support to production associates as they assume greater responsibility in manufacturing functions
  • Support engineering projects related to the improvement of the facility

Qualifications 

  • Able to understand and monitor PLC programs.
  • Robotic programming experience.
  • Basic understanding and exposure to parametric modeling and drafting using 3D CAD software
  • Machining and welding capabilities
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software
  • Strong communication and project organization abilities
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks at once.
  • Exhibit strong mechanical aptitude.
  • Exhibit strong trouble shooting skills
  • Weekend shift–Friday to Sunday

Benefits

  • Medical, dental, vision, 401K, pension
  • Tuition reimbursement program

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

Posted 9-6-22 (Still available as of 11-18-22)


Mad Science of Northeast Ohio & Crayola Imagine Arts Academy of Northeast Ohio
Presenter/Instructor Position Part-time


Perfect for college students!

Classroom experience working no more than 6 hours/week, Mad Science of Northeast Ohio and Crayola Imagine Arts Academy is seeking superstars to teach science (AND ART!) to elementary school children after their school day. In particular, we are looking for dynamic individuals that possess strong leadership skills. Duties include facilitating a one-hour after-school science program with a pre-set curriculum with a sparkling personality, picking up teaching supplies at Mad Science office, keeping attendance records up to date, and managing the safety, entertainment, and excitement of all participants. Each session is a very high-energy, part entertainment, part education, hands-on class.

We follow all Covid protocols necessary for a safe environment.

Each class enrolls a maximum of 20 children in a 6 or 8 week program which meets one-hour per week. The Mad Science Instructor/Presenter position is very part-time about 10 hours per week. Being an Instructor is perfect for college students or others who need an afternoon job with a flexible schedule. All of our classes are located at various elementary schools in the Northeast Ohio area. 

MAD SCIENTIST REQUIREMENTS:

  • Previous experience with grade school kids in a formalized (paid or volunteer) setting is preferred but not required.
  • Ability to pass a BCI & FBI background check.
  • Up-beat, child-friendly personality.
  • Looking for PART-TIME work.
  • Be able to work a minimum of 2 afternoons per week (roughly 2:00 to 6:00).
  • Able to attend mandatory training and orientation.
  • Have a reliable car or access to a reliable car.

Additional Information:
The presenter/instructor position is a very part-time job. Mad Science pays a flat-fee of $35 per one-hour class. With set up and tear down it averages about $17.50 per hour. Instructors are assigned to 2-5 classes at varying locations. You must be willing to travel daily to your assigned location. Performances are off-site so it is necessary that all members of the Mad Science team have a reliable car. Mileage reimbursement is $.35/mile after the first 30 miles round trip. To be a Mad Science instructor you must attend a paid training course. This mandatory training will give you the basics you need to translate your skills into being a Mad Scientist. This will not be paid until the completion of the 6-8 week course.

If you think you have what it takes to become a brilliant addition to our crazy crew, then please don't hesitate to fill out an online application at http://northeastohio.madscience.org or call our office at 330-498-0033. 

Posted 9-6-22


TeleVine Therapy
Speech Language Pathologist and Occupational Therapist
Ohio and Pennsylvania locations

 

Speech Language Pathologist

Occupational Therapist

Posted 8-19-22


Dover Chemical
Dover, OH

Various positions available

IT Helpdesk
Senior Sales Manager
Operations Manager
Manufacturing Maintenance
Product Compliance Specialist
Environmental Manager

Posted 8-1-22


Cooper Standard (Still available as of 11-18-22)
Process Engineer


Position Summary:
Responsible for special projects and related engineering assistance in support of manufacturing operations.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Utilize engineering disciplines to trouble shoot shop floor activities and improve shop floor through put to reduce costs.
  • Interacts with Divisional Engineering on new jobs related to PPAP and process items.
  • Communicates foreseen issues with Technical Manager for discussion and possible resolution.
  • Initiates job specifications for new jobs and provides this information to the New Job Specification Coordinator for entry into the Electronic Specification System.
  • Obtains and fashions samples for Boundary Boards and other process documentation.
  • Coordinates and performs initial trial runs on new processes and equipment. Notes and tracks issues for resolution.
  • Initiates improvements to existing systems. Processes machinery and equipment to support manufacturing functions and operations.
  • Creates or constructs bill of materials, process flows and process failure mode effective analysis (PFMEA)
  • Estimates production times, staffing requirements and related costs to provide information for management decision
  • May make customer visitations for job product related involvement.
  • Interacts with plant engineer, industrial engineering, quality manager and plant chemist on job related functions.
  • May work with raw material suppliers on quality oriented problems.
  • Keeps abreast of technology improvements, recommends and justifies implementation of equipment and process establishing cost reduction improvements.
  • Works on continuous improvement programs and cost reduction projects.
  • Maintains job records as required.
  • Statistically analyzes gathered data in test runs and makes recommendations based upon analysis.
  • May work with laboratory in conducting material and product test and evaluations.
  • Works closely with shift supervisors and department managers to insure proper quality operations of materials and equipment on new job start-up.
  • Provides assistance to plant technical manager on assigned projects.
  • May, on occasion, be required to perform duties other than those specified in this description.

Education and Qualifications:

  • Bachelors Degree in an engineering discipline with 4 years of process engineering experience, or equivalent combination of less education and more related process engineering experience.
  • Ability to focus and lead multi-disciplinary task teams and have previous experience in supervision in manufacturing.
  • Excellent knowledge of manufacturing parts and processes.
  • Will interact with all levels of management and must be able to communicate effectively.

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

Posted 7-26-22 (Still available as of 11-18-22)


WTOV  (Updated 10-28-22)
Steubenville OH 

Various positions available.

  • News Anchor (weekends)
  • Master Control Operator
  • Marketing Consultant
  • News Producer
  • News Intern (PT - Summer Semester)
  • Multimedia Journalist
  • Creative Services Producer
  • News Photographer

Descriptions and How to Apply

Updated 10-28-22


Rural Action AmeriCorps Position
New Philadelphia, OH
 

Program Contact: Bryn Sowash, bryn@ruralaction.org

Rural Action Watersheds at the Middle Tuscarawas Office (Tuscarawas County) is recruiting for a 12 month AmeriCorps member. This member will serve at the Middle
Tuscarawas Watershed office in New Philadelphia, Ohio. Middle Tusc members have additional opportunities to serve in zero waste programming, community-based
environmental education, and community organizing. This member will be teamed up with a Rural Action AmeriCorps VISTA colleague.

What is the Appalachian Ohio Restore Corps?
The Appalachian Ohio Restore Corps (AORC) mobilizes 70 AmeriCorps members to help educate youth and the public, restore, conserve, and preserve environmental
resources, improve food distribution to people in poverty, support reduced waste and recycling initiatives, and support economic resilience through climate mitigation and
sustainability projects.

Appalachian Ohio Restore Corps members serve a term of 12 months accumulating a total of 1,700 hours of community based service, an average service load of 35 hours a week. AORC runs August 29, 2022 to August 19, 2023.

Benefits for AmeriCorps Positions Include:

  •  An annual living allowance of $19,802
  •  An education award of $6,495 for a completed term of service to be used to pay student   loans or for future education
  •  Health care coverage
  •  Child care (if income eligible)
  •  Mileage, training, and equipment budget totaling $1,400
  •  Assistance finding comfortable and affordable housing in your service community
  •  Professional development and training opportunities including valuable certifications and industry credentials
  •  Joining a family of AmeriCorps Alums in the region committed to lifelong-service and activism
  •  Student loan forbearance and the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program
  •  Networking with local non-profit and government leaders
  •  Connection to post-service careers with Employers of National Service

Visit https://ruralaction.org/aorc for more info.

Positions and benefits/compensation are subject to change pending program funding.

Submitting Your Application on AmeriCorps Website

  • Login to my.americorps.gov OR create an account if you are new to AmeriCorps.
  • Click “Applications” in the left-hand menu of your account to create an app. You can create up to 3 applications if applying to different Rural Action opportunities or other organizations.
  • Navigate to the Rural Action Full-Term position listing here.
  • Click “Apply Now,” choose the application you want to use, and submit.
  • If you also want to apply to a cohort position, review the options here.
  • IMPORTANT! Finally, you need to fill out the form here to indicate your preferred host sites.

Further details can be found here: https://ruralaction.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/AORC-Full-Term-Appli…

Posted 6-24-22


Tuscarawas County Child Support Enforcement Agency
Customer Service Representative - Full-time

 

Under general supervision, the CSR greets customers appearing at TCCSEA, processes child support payments, and operates a multi-line call center. The CSR assesses customer needs, answers general questions and directs the customer to a subject matter expert when needed. Processes received and outgoing mail and fax daily, ensuring expedited process mail is given priority, and all outgoing mail have appropriate postage.  Opens in coming mail, scans into the digital file, routing to the appropriate recipient, and updates any necessary information in SETS.

Represents the TCCSEA before the public, by effectively and professionally (both orally and in writing) answering questions and providing information to case participants, private attorneys, other authorized representatives and appropriate governmental representatives regarding child support cases, issues, policies and procedures while maintaining a high level on confidentiality

Minimum Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED, plus 2 years of experience in customer service. Qualifying experience must include working with the public in person or by phone giving information about business services and solving customer problems/complaints, OR any combination of education, training, or experience equivalent to two years of office clerical experience, one of which involved financial statistical and record keeping, accounts payable and receivable, and/or bookkeeping.

Prior experience in a Family Services Agency preferred.

Job Applicants must pass a basic word processing/typing and mathematical test during the initial interviewing process.

For more benefits to joining our team and how to apply, click here.

Posted 6-7-22
 


East Central Ohio Educational Service Center in partnership with Rural Action
Paid Internships 
Summer 2022 or 2022-23 school year


The East Central Ohio Educational Service Center, in partnership with Rural Action, has the privilege of offering paid internships to area high school students.  These opportunities typically run between 40-50 hours.  The students are paid through a grant $500 at the completion of the internship and are also given $125 at the beginning of the internship to offset potential costs incurred (gas money, uniform, etc.).  

If you would like more information, please contact Keri Rosser at 330-495-8721 Guernsey County Office or keri.rosser@ecoesc.org .

Posted 5-11-22


Coshocton County Head Start
Multiple Openings
 

  • ERSEA/Family Engagement Manager
  • Early Head Start Infant & Toddler Teacher
  • HS/EHS Fiscal Assistant
  • Head Start Preschool Teacher

To see full descriptions and how to apply, click here.

Posted 5-9-22


Prestress Services (Still Available as of 8-19-22)
AutoCAD Drafter
Columbus, OH


As an Autocad Drafter, you will be responsible for creating project deliverable 3D models and 2D drawings for use by our production teams. You should be comfortable with performing routine modeling/drafting assignments within company and industry standards, be well organized, have a strong aptitude for follow-through, and able to work in an independent and self-directed manner.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Produce drawings consistent with construction, industry guidelines
  • Assist with the development of company modeling standards, libraries, and workflows
  • Clearly annotate, dimension and detail 2D production drawings from construction drawings.
  • Manage the modeling workflow including folder organization, sheet sets, geo-location, plots, conversions, and transmittals
  • Maintain structural CAD files for use in the structural design drawings (clean-up, audit, reference, troubleshoot)
  • Interface with engineers and clients to coordinate modeling content and approaches, model exchanges, quality control, and delivery
  • Prepare and review project deliverables for client submissions
  • Coordinate with the Drafting Manager and other departments within the company to perform assigned work tasks
  • Monitor work progress, anticipate changes or issues, and inform appropriate party
  • Use available internal and external resources to develop knowledge of structural systems and bring value to the design team

Qualifications:

  • Experience with basic use of AutoCAD, Revit, Inventor, Tekla, SolidWorks and/or other 2D and 3D design software required
  • Experience in the precast, prestressed, or concrete industry is a plus

Work Schedule Perks & Benefits

This full-time position typically works 40 hours, Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. start. This is an onsite position at our corporate office in Columbus, OH. 

Overtime is seasonal, and may be required depending on plant schedule. 

This position starts at a competitive wage based upon experience, up to $30.00 per hour.

We also offer generous benefits, including a monthly discretionary bonus, medical, dental, vision, disability, life insurance, paid holidays and vacation, as well as tuition reimbursement.

If this sounds like the right career opportunity for you, apply today!

Posted 5-9-22 (Still available as of 8-19-22)


TimkenSteel (Still available as of 11-18-22)
Associate/Process Control Analyst/Engineer
Canton, OH

 

Purpose and Scope:
This position can work and/or be located at any of the three Canton steel plants (HSP, FSP or GSP). Assoc. Process Control Analysts/Engineers (PCE) are control system experts that provide advanced and highly specialized knowledge, technical skills, and consultation. This role is directly responsible for design, test, implementation, and troubleshooting of new processes, design and installs modification to existing systems; ensure high availability of key operating assets, development of new technology, providing recommendations on continuous improvement and new strategies to improve safety, quality, and efficiency, and supporting new business initiatives. PCEs are the highest level of production technical responsibility once the skills of the electrical/mechanical maintainers and technicians have been exhausted on a day-to-day basis.

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Analyze and understand assigned process area, debug, and make minor software changes to both PLC and higher-level computer control systems.
  • Update and maintain control system software to allow for 24/7 operations including but not limited to applying current software patches (i.e. Windows Server, SQL Server, etc...), virus protection, and system backups.
  • Use engineering skills and tools to design, test, implement small control system upgrades.
  • Provide support to technicians, operations, and maintenance associates to troubleshoot and implement continuous improvement to enhance manufacturing process
  • Continually learning to maintain an up-to-date knowledge technology and computer systems through self-study, experiments, conferences, and seminars.
  • Effectively communicate technical information with plant management, bargaining unit workforce, and other disciplines at the appropriate technical level of the target audience.
  • Interface with suppliers, vendors, contractors, OEMs and other parties to properly select, maintain equipment, and quickly resolve issues.
  • Effectively perform all assigned work efficiently, on-time, and safely within a fast-paced work environment
  • Update, maintain, and implement system area documentation including but not limited to Disaster Recovery Plans, complete all assigned training, follow all company audit policies

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High school diploma with at least 5 years of experience in Computer programming or Electrical Engineering

Preferred Qualifications:     

  • Associate Degree in Electrical/Computer Engineering, Electronic tech, Computer/other Science field with at least 2 years of experience in Computer programming or Electrical Engineering OR
  • Bachelor Degree in Electrical/Computer Engineering, Electronic tech, Computer /other Science field with no experience in Computer programming or Electrical Engineering

  Technical/Functional Skills:

  • Working knowledge of PLC programming (Ladder, Structured Text, Function Block)
  • Working knowledge of Intel PC-based computer hardware
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating systems (servers and work-stations)
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Development tools (C#, MS-SQL, C++, VB)
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, etc…)
  • Understanding of networks and databases
  • Basic understanding of electrical/electronics

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

Posted 5-3-22 (Still available as of 11-18-22)
 


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.

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 Gradall Available Positions.

Posted 4-12-22


Deerfield Ag Services
Agronomist
Seasonal Driver
Custom Applicator
Deerfield, OH


Come join our growing team.  https://deerfieldagservices.com/fccp-career-opportunities-21668

Posted 4-11-22


Quaker Digital Academy
Special Education Teacher - Part-time from Home
 

Part Time from Home - $28.38 per hour as needed

Overview:

  • No more than 24 students
  • Provide Special Education services (virtual and/or face to face) according to IEP
  • Demonstrate knowledge of adaptive technologies
  • Facilitate IEP meetings for students
  • Write and implement IEP
  • Compile and maintain special education files
  • Monitor and report progress toward IEP goals and Objectives
  • Complete all activities required for compliance with IDEA
  • Maintain accurate records
  • Demonstrate thorough knowledge of basic computer skills (including Google)
  • Develop positive relationships with students and colleagues
  • Keep detailed documentation from conferences
  • Serve as instructional supervisor for all students assigned through online system
  • Share in workload of general projects
  • Lead parent orientations
  • Participate in staff meetings and conferences
  • Provides technical support to all employees or subcontractors
  • Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor

Minimum Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree K-12 special education
  • Ohio License in Required Fields
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Organization and time-management skills
  • Flexible schedule

The ideal candidate will also have:

  • Experience working on online environment
  • An understanding of home schooling environments
  • An ability to learn new technology tools quickly
  • An ability to support adults with basic computer set-up and navigation

Interested candidates can submit their resume to jobs@go2qda.org


TAC Systems, LLC
Residential Design and Contract Drafting
71 South Washington St. 
Millersburg, OH  44654-1313


Job Summary:
We are looking for a motivated Drafter with minimum of 2 years of experience. Candidate must be capable of preparing construction drawings from engineer and/or client sketches in commercial and residential design. We are a service-oriented firm, so we value a great attitude. Revit drawing experience is a plus.

 Responsibilities:

  • Generate construction documents
  • Bid Documents
  • Design development
  • Materials Research
  • Renderings (plus not a requirement)
  • Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously
  • Client communications
  • Field measure existing buildings for redesign and additions

 Qualifications:

  • Associate degree in Architectural Drafting or other design field
  • Minimum 2 years of experience preferred
  • Experience with commercial manufacturing and warehousing, hospitality, office, retail, animal care, restaurants preferred
  • Proficient in different construction types and detailing
  • High level of Proficiency with Microsoft Office, AutoCAD and/or Revit.
  • Basic knowledge of architectural design concepts, practices, construction documents and procedures
  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Excellent communication and writing skills
  • General knowledge of metal building construction systems: interior materials and finishes, foundation plans, floor plans, equipment plans, finish plans, reflected ceiling plans, interior elevations, interior details, MEP drawings, etc.

Salary:
Salary is an hourly rate; time and a half paid for overtime. Salary is negotiable and commensurate with experience; payday every 2 weeks. Wages are direct deposited into the employee’s bank account.

Benefits:
After a qualifying employment time period we offer a Simple IRA retirement plan with 3% match, paid vacation and paid sick leave (graduated paid sick leave program).

After the probationary period, we offer flex work hours.

Complete benefits are listed in the employee handbook.

TAC Systems, LLC offers contract drafting services to homeowners, builders and design professionals, including architects and engineers. We work with Autocad and Revit software.

Apply:
71 South Washington St .
Millersburg, OH   44654-1313
330-674-3911
tac.systems.jz@gmail.com

Posted 4-11-22


FIRST FEDERAL COMMUNITY BANK
CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP ASSOCIATES (Full-time and Part-Time)
Various Locations


We are seeking to fill positions in First Federal Financial Centers:

  • Customer Relationship Associate, Full Time, Mt Hope Financial Center
  • Customer Relationship Associate Float, Full-Time, Tuscarawas County Financial Centers
  • Customer Relationship Associate, Part-Time, Boulevard and Berlin Financial Centers

Core Competencies:

  • Teamwork                                                    Continual Improvement
  • Customer Focused                                      Confidentiality
  • Adaptable                                                      Accuracy
  • Relationship Development                        Resourceful
  • Decision-Making                                         Interpersonal Communication

Visit our website for more information and to apply: https://www.firstfed.com/about-us/careers.html

Posted 3-30-22


Randstad Staffing (various other positions available - ongoing basis)
New Philadelphia, OH

www.randstadusa.com


Various positions available

  • Maintenance Tech
  • Maintenance Electrician
  • Supervisor
  • General Labor
  • Assembly
  • Production
  • HR
  • Accounts receivable and payable

How to apply:

Email:

Alanna.alexander@randstadusa.com

Danielle.thomas@randstadusa.com

Megan.edwards@randstadusa.com

Posted - ongoing basis


Retail Products Solutions (RPS)
Part-time opportunity
Dennison, OH

  • Pick, Pack and Ship
  • $15 an hour
  • Flexible Day Shifts Available
  • Great way to make some money for the holidays

Interested parties can call or email Human Resources at 330-308-7221 or Scott.Beabout@laurenint.com

Posted 9-24-21


Area Agency on Aging - Region 9, Inc.
Internship Opportunity
710 Wheeling Ave.
Cambridge, OH 43725


Caring for Caregiver Program- Non-Paid Internship Opportunity

On site at Agency

Area Agency on Aging is a Non-profit Organization that assists our community by providing resources, provider management, and case management especially among the aging and disabled. We are looking for an individual with a desire and compassion to assist with Caregiver support.

      Potential List of Responsibilities:

  • Performing Caregiver support group reminder calls and/or mailings
  • Creating quarterly newsletter and preparing for mailing
  • Preparing flip charts for Powerful Tools for Caregiving classes
  • Collecting and preparing resources for information table for Powerful Tools for Caregiving classes. Setting up each week at location classes are held, or mail/email to the ones doing virtual classes.
  • Preparing information and goody bags for luncheons and presentations.
  • Preparing and mailing announcements
  • Updating and tracking of mailing list
  • Assisting with plans, outreach, and strategies to assist caregivers.
  • Duties may change depending on needs of the program.

Requirements:

  • Must be pursuing or have background in Community Health, Sociology, Mental Health, Social Work, or Nursing (pending criteria for clinical per school/Instructor)
  • Have own transportation.
  • Have passion for community and working with people.
  • Display sensitivity, compassion, and communication skills
  • Technology savvy
  • Good verbal and writing communication skills.
  • Fluent in documenting, spreadsheets, and computer skills
  • Having own cell phone for authenticator app for our computer security

To apply, contact Misty Smith at:
(T) 800-945-4250
Email: Msmith@aaa9.org

Posted - ongoing basis


Area Agency on Aging - Region 9, Inc.
Internship Opportunity
710 Wheeling Ave.
Cambridge, OH 43725


PASSPORT Case Management Internship

Non-paid on-site position

Area Agency on Aging is a Non-profit Organization that assists our community by providing resources, provider management, and case management especially among the aging and disabled. This long-term care program is funded by the Ohio Department of Aging and the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services.

Potential list of Responsibilities:

  • Assist with assessment of consumer
  • Aid with determining consumer’s needs, strengths, and circumstances
  • Assisting with coordinating services and interventions needed for the consumer’s care
  • Help with monitoring the delivery of all services identified on service plan
  • Assistance with re-evaluations of the consumers goals and objectives for long-term care services, determination of program eligibility, authorizations of the amount, scope, and duration of long-term care services.
  • Assisting the consumers to connect with needed Medicaid-waiver services and other medical and social services.
  • Other responsibilities may be given upon Internship

Requirements:

  • Must be pursuing a degree in Social Work or Nursing
  • Have own transportation.
  • Have own cell phone and willing to download Authenticator app
  • Have a passion for community service and working with people
  • To be self-motivated and goal oriented
  • Technology savvy
  • Problem solving and prioritizing skills

To apply, contact Misty Smith at:
(T) 800-945-4250
Email: Msmith@aaa9.org

Posted - ongoing basis


Area Agency on Aging - Region 9, Inc.
Internship Opportunity
710 Wheeling Ave.
Cambridge, OH 43725


OBLTSS Intake and Assistance Specialist Intern

Area Agency on Aging is a Non-profit Organization that assists our community by providing resources, provider management, and case management especially among the aging and disabled. We are looking for an individual with a desire and compassion to assist with the community. Ohio Benefits Long Term Services and Support is funded by state and federal funding. The OBLTSS is considered Area Agency on Aging Region 9 “front door services” and assist with streamlining access to information, long-term supports, and services to ensure elderly, vulnerable, or disabled Ohioans in our service area to have access to community living, personal choices, and independence.

Potential List of Duties:

  • Answering live calls and returning messages from people needing assistance.
  • Collect Information about an individual’s long-term services and support needs.
  • Direct them to appropriate services, identify individuals who may benefit from a more in-depth, in-person assessment, identify potential Medicaid eligibility, and connect them to the application process, record details, capture responses in state’s information technology system.
  • Practice active listening skills while engaged in conversation.
  •  Identify needs of individuals, educate individuals about potential services, and supports that may help meet those needs.
  •  Support individuals as they determine best path for their needs, determine level of support needed to take next steps, provide appropriate levels of support.

Requirements:

  • Pursuing a degree in Social Work, Nursing, Sociology, Psychology, Community Health, Health Administration, or other majors considered that help with serving aged or disabled population.
  • Must be compassionate, demo patience, and customer service oriented.
  • Must have excellent verbal and written communication, clerical, and telephone skills
  • Fluent in use of computer and basic programs
  • Must have personal cell phone to utilize authenticator security app

To apply, contact Misty Smith at:
(T) 800-945-4250
Email: Msmith@aaa9.org

Posted - ongoing basis


Claymont Health & Rehab
RN/LPN + STNAS
Uhrichsville, OH


Come Join Our Winning Team! 

Offering Sign-On Bonus

Apply online or in person at:  
5166 Spanson Dr. SE 
Uhrichsville, OH 44683 
(740) 922-2208

Posted - ongoing basis


Union Country Club
Dover, OH

Part-time job openings for the following:

  • Clubhouse Server
  • Dishwasher
  • Maintenance/Lawncare workers

Please apply within: see Jennifer Tidrick
jtidrick@unioncountryclub.net
330-343-5544 ext. 2

Posted - ongoing basis


OakPointe Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
(Various Positions Available)

We are currently looking for team-oriented, compassionate nurses and nursing assistants to join our amazing team caring for our residents. If you want to join an engaged, team-oriented environment, apply now!!

Perks to working with the OakPointe Team:

  • New, Competitive Wages
  • Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance after 30 days
  • Top dollar tuition reimbursement program
  • 401(k) with employer match
  • Employer paid life insurance
  • Generous PTO plan
  • Holiday Pay
  • Employee recognition program
  • Free meals
  • Dress down Fridays
  • High staff to resident ratio
  • Fun environment
  • Engaged and involved management team

Apply now at https://www.oak-pointe.net/careers

Posted - ongoing basis


Amberwood Manor Rehabilitation Center (still open and various other positions available - ongoing basis)
Licensed Practical Nurse – LPN 


Are you an experienced Licensed Practical Nurse looking to make a difference? Are you really utilizing all your skills and abilities to their fullest potential? Would you like to work for a growing company, who appreciates the value of its team members? If this sounds like the type of nurse you can be, then we are the perfect career choice for you.

Qualifications/ Responsibilities:

  • Must possess, as a minimum, a Nursing Degree from an accredited college or university, or be a graduate of an approved LPN/LVN program
  • Provide direct nursing care to the residents, and to supervise the day-to-day nursing activities performed by nursing assistants
  • Must be in accordance with current federal, state, and local standards, guidelines, and regulations that govern our facility, and as may be required by the Director of Nursing

The Saber Advantage and Benefits:

  • Competitive Salaries
  • Multiple Health insurance and 401K Options!
  • Employee Referral program
  • Tuition Discount Programs!
  • Paid Time Off (PTO)
  • Employee recognition program!

Shift & Wage:

  • All Shifts
  • Full Time & Part Time:
  • Days and Evenings

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer/Minorities/Female/Disabled/Veteran and also promote a drug-free workplace. Health Insurance, Free Life Insurance, Paid Time Off, Employee Referral Program, Tuition Discount Program Long/Short term Disability, 401K, Employee Recognition Program.

Apply on Line at www.saberhealth.com

Or at Amberwood Manor Rehabilitation Center, 245 S Broadway St., New Philadelphia, OH 44663.

Posted - ongoing basis


Age of Steam Roundhouse (still open - ongoing basis)
Site Interpreter

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

Site Interpreters will be responsible for researching, writing, and delivering 1-1.5 hour long interpretive tours on the Age of Steam Roundhouse Museum’s locomotive collection, exhibits, and restoration shop. Successful candidates should expect to receive training on customer service, heritage interpretation, as well as the basic history and science of historic locomotives. Interpreters will work closely with staff, volunteers, and interns as they deliver entertaining and thought-provoking programs to connect tangible museum resources to intangible universal concepts that resonate with diverse audiences. Interpreters will also support education, programming, exhibit installation, and special events by assisting with other duties as assigned.

Primary Duties Include:

  • Welcome visitors as they arrive to the museum and engage them in conversation to pique their interest.
  • Accompany tour groups to keep them together and ensure their safety throughout guided interpretive tours of the Roundhouse and other industrial 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 heritage interpretation
  • Become familiar with the Museum’s collections, facilities, exhibits, and best practices
  • Learn about our collection of heritage railroad equipment and its significance to history and science
  • Lead interpretive tours of the Roundhouse collection and facilities  
  • Respond to questions by providing accurate answers and feedback
  • Assist with opening and closing the Roundhouse and other facilities
  • Assist with exhibit installation, public programs, and special events   

Desired Qualities:

  • Interest in American history, physical science, engineering, railroading, and museums
  • 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 of visitors independently and professionally
  • Ability to adjust to changing situations. Ability to commit to a flexible work schedule, including holidays, 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 info@ageofsteamroundhouse.org    

NO PHONE CALLS

Posted - ongoing basis


REA & Associates (Various positions and locations available - ongoing basis)

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 - ongoing basis


Interim Healthcare (Various positions available - ongoing basis)

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

Posted - ongoing basis


OhioGuidestone (still open - ongoing basis)
Tuscarawas County and Carroll County

A position summary and essential functions of the respective positions can be found at job postings.

  • Residential Advocate, Half Way House
  • Mental Health Counselor - Maternal Depression
  • In Home Mental Health Therapist/Counselor - Protect
  • Graduate Level Community Counseling Intern
  • On Call Victim Advocate
  • Out Patient Counselor
  • Peer Recovery Supporter

Other positions available as well. 

Apply: online

Contact:

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

Posted - ongoing basis


Area Agency on Aging - Region 9, Inc. (still open - ongoing basis)
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, 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: 740-435-4702 | Fax: 740-439-3704
E-mail: Msmith@AAA9.org

Posted - ongoing basis 


Area Agency on Aging - Region 9, Inc. (still open - ongoing basis)
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
Phone: 1-844-932-7277 | Direct Line: 740-435-4702 | Fax: 740-439-3704

Posted - ongoing basis


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 job sites.

Application materials required:  Resume

Brent Fatzinger    
Posted - ongoing basis


Personal & Family Counseling Services (still open - ongoing basis)
Victims Advocate - part-time

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 (ongoing basis -- will keep applications on file for two years)


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