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RECRUITING ROUND ROCHESTER
255 N. Goodman Street
Rochester, NY 14607      
 
 A weekly job fair dedicated to connecting great talent with great businesses!
 
The following businesses will be at RochesterWorks! 
  

Monday, December 1, 2014
from 10:00am to 1:00pm 


CORE
Recruiting for:
Inside Sales
Lead Generation
Teacher's Aides (RCSD & Monroe #1 BOCES)
 
Recruiting for:
Help Desk (Full and Part-Time)
 
Recruiting for:
Customer Service Agents
 
  
              *Come prepared for an interview, bring your resume and dress for success.*   
               *Please note the attendance of the employers is subject to change.*  
   
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The City of Rochester has a vacancy for a Literacy Aide/Part-time. To view the full posting and apply please visit http://www.cityofrochester.gov/jobs/

Core Employment Store will be holding open interviews on Friday, December 5th from 10 AM to 2 PM for substitute Para Professionals who are interested in working per diem with Monroe #1 BOCES in Fairport, NY. Job duties include but are not limited to assisting the classroom teacher by providing instructional services to students with disabilities, implementing positive behavior management strategies, and preparing classroom materials for learning activities.  The pay for this position is $8.50/hr. If you are interested in this position stop by the Core Employment Store located at 1150 University Ave Suite 20 on December 5th between the hours of 10 AM and 2 PM. Dress code is business casual and applicants are expected to bring a list of two professional references.

NY1111900 Graphic Designer
Location: Rochester, NY
Reporting to: Director of Marketing. Position Objective: Reporting to the Director of Marketing, this position supports the advancement of company market position and serves as steward of the brand’s visual identity. Duties & Responsibilities: Assists in the development and implementation of the company branding standards. Project management responsibility in support of product launches, promotions, social media, direct marketing, advertising, etc. Create online and print marketing materials while supporting the visual identity (e-mail, marketing, banner ads, packaging, manuals, flyers, catalogs, etc). Effectively collaborate with copywriters and marketing team on new graphic concepts for new products, advertisements, and promotions. Manage outside creative team on a project level basis. Coordinate delivery of graphics and advertising to vendors, agencies, and media. Manages and provides art direction for all photography and videos. Concept, evolve, and maintain web site look and functionality. Update images and content, create, and design new pages, update SEO tags, update dealer and customer information (online only), and update online product catalog. Maintain accessibility of new designs for internal and external use. Coordinate media schedule and budget: Organize schedule and prioritize projects.  Ensure all print and web materials meet deadlines and are within agreed upon budget. Packaging Design. Develop and maintain Branding Standards Manual. Additional projects/tasks as assigned. Qualifications/Experience:  BFA in graphic design/new media design and 3-5 years of experience, MFA preferred.   New York State Concealed Carry Weapons Permit required. If not in possession of NYSCCW when hired, employee must be free of any history that would prevent award of the permit and apply within first month of employment. Must be self-directed and detail-oriented with the proven ability to manage competing priorities in a fast-paced environment. Excellent verbal and written communication skill. Advanced PC competency in Microsoft Office. Experience working with Adobe Creative Cloud. After Effects knowledge, and photography and/or video experience is a plus. Physical Requirements:  Seeing, standing, sitting, walking, climbing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, repetitive motion, hearing, talking, typing. Tools & Equipment:  PC, printer, telephone, fax machine, copier and other office equipment. Environmental Factors:  Normal office and manufacturing environment, including up to 10% travel. Must be able to lift at least 50 lbs. LaserMax, Inc. is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer, and strong advocate of workforce diversity. We recruit, employ, train, compensate, and promote without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, veteran status, or any other basis protected by applicable federal, state or local law.  Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Potential candidates are pre-screened by Rochester Works Inc., 255 North Goodman St, Rochester, NY 14607.  If you feel you meet the qualifications for the position, please ask to speak with an Advisor and reference job order NY1111900.
 
NY1112089 Sr. Groundskeeping Technician.
St. John Fisher College; Location: Rochester, NY
St. John Fisher College is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Sr. Groundskeeping Technician. The Sr. Groundskeeping Technician performs all work related to maintaining lawns, trees, shrubs, flowered areas, roads, walks, campus playing fields, etc. Primary duties involve the maintenance and repair of all exterior grounds including daily pickup of trash from all campus areas. Job Responsibilities: Responsibilities to include but limited to: Mow and water lawns. Make necessary turf repairs. Clear snow, salts campus roadways and sidewalks. Apply seed, fertilizers and pesticides in accordance with the College's integrated pest management program. Prune trees and shrubs. Prepare athletic fields for use, setting up nets, moving bleachers, marking fields, etc. Store summer and fall equipment. Clean and repair equipment as necessary. Cleanup of fall leaves, spring and year round debris. Replace and repair damaged signs. Maintain flower areas by planting bulbs and flowers. Weed as needed. Clean equipment after use. Properly store equipment and tools at the end of each work day. Install, repair, and maintain irrigation systems. Education/Experience: Bachelor's Degree in a horticultural field or equivalent combination of education and a minimum of eight years’ experience. New York State Pesticide certification preferred.  Must have valid NYS driver’s license. Required Competencies/Skills: Good knowledge of grounds maintenance procedures and practices.  Working knowledge of plant care and landscaping principles.  Ability to safely operate all hand, power and motorized grounds tools and equipment. This is a full-time position. St. John Fisher College offers a comprehensive and competitive benefits package. St. John Fisher College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To learn more about this position, benefits, and/or apply, please visit our website:
https://jobs.sjfc.edu

NY1112069 Quality Manager
AJL Manufacturing; Location: Rochester, NY
Job Responsibilities: Develop and implement an effective manufacturing quality program to ensure conformity of purchased and final products to applicable standards. Provide daily work direction and priorities to quality assurance personnel. Delegate work to relevant quality assurance personnel to maintain department efficiency. Manage customer complaints. Maintain reject log and corrective action log. Function as management representative for ISO. Meet with vendors, customers, and internal company personnel as required to assure the timely resolution to quality problems and issues. Assist inspection technicians when needed. Primarily responsible for the overall product quality levels at AJL. Timely and accurate inspection to support all manufacturing activities. Ensure that corrective actions are responded to as per described in AJL ISO procedures. Maintain good internal and external customer relations. Promote customer requirements throughout organization. Utilize quality data to drive continuous improvement of PPM levels. JOB KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Must  possess exceptional Leadership and People skills. Solid understanding of advanced print reading. Excellent communication and organizational skills. EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:   B.A. and minimum of 10 years’ experience in contract manufacturing environment. Please submit resumes to:  AJL Manufacturing, 100 Holleder Parkway, Rochester, NY  14615  Attn: HR, Email: mcardon@ajlmfg.com, Fax:  585-458-6400.
 
NY1112107 Staff Accountant I – Fixed Assets
Monro Muffler Brake; Location: Rochester, NY
Overview:  The successful candidate in this role will apply principles of accounting to analyze financial information and prepare financial reports by performing the following duties: Fixed asset additions, disposals and transfers. Responsible for maintaining and updating Fixed Assets database. Participation in annual budget process. Performs account analysis, account reconciliations, and related journal entries. Assistance with special projects, as assigned. This position requires a minimum of an Associate’s degree in accounting and three years of relevant experience.  A four-year Bachelor’s degree in accounting is preferred.  Proficiency in Excel is necessary. Must be attentive to detail and perform with high degree of accuracy. Also requires the ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, and percentages.  This is a full time, salaried position and the successful candidate must be able to work occasional evenings and some weekends. Eligible for all regular benefits. Apply today!  Please submit resume to hr4u@monro.com.  Thank you!
 
NY1112121 Snow Plow Driver – Part-time
Four Seasons Landscaping & Mowing, LLC; Location: Rochester, NY
Number of openings: 2. Job Description: Responsible for plowing residential and commercial lots.  Additional work may be available in the spring, summer and fall months.   Skills needed to perform the job: 1. Prior snow plowing experience  2.  Good driving history. Seasonal, part-time, shift and hours per week vary depending on snowfall.  Three years of experience required. High school diploma or GED required. Driver’s license required. To apply email bryon@fourseasonsmowing.com.

NY1112164 TIME ENTRY ASSISTANT
Nixon Peabody LLP;  Location: Rochester, NY
Smart, enthusiastic applicants sought to fill a Time Entry Clerk position, working in a fast-paced environment among a collegial team of professionals.  Applicant selected for this entry-level position will participate in the day-to-day time entry support of attorneys and staff.  The Time Entry Clerk will perform his or her duties in a positive, professional manner, and will be conscientious and discreet in the handling of confidential information.  Time entry support is provided remotely, so applicants must possess strong communication and technical skills. Qualifications: Associate’s degree required; Bachelor’s degree preferred. Attention to detail a must. Accurate data entry and strong proofreading skills. Proficient keyboarding/typing skills. Proficient use of Microsoft Office Suite. Demonstrates a thorough knowledge of office technology including use of a computer, printer, copy machine, fax machine, calculator, and scanner. Excellent interpersonal, communication, customer service and organizational skills. Positive and professional demeanor; able to interact effectively with personnel at all levels, including attorneys, staff, and clients. Able to organize workload, prioritize numerous tasks and complete them under time constraints. Uses initiative to analyze and solve problems in standardized situations. Able to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing; able to compose basic correspondence using correct spelling, grammar and punctuation. Must possess mathematical skills sufficient to perform basic calculations (add, subtract, multiply and divide using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals). Must possess the flexibility to work beyond regular scheduled hours when necessary. Responsibilities: Accurately enter data from handwritten, typed or dictated information. Proofread entries for accuracy in spelling, grammar, context, and format. Develop a broad understanding of the firm’s time entry system, as well as knowledge of assigned attorneys’ and staff persons’ preferences; develop a broad understanding of clients’ billing guidelines. Work with billing staff to edit monthly client bills as needed. Provide back-up support to other Time Entry Clerks. Assist others with overflow work; provide cooperative, responsive and courteous service to co-workers, attorneys and external clients.  Attend firm-sponsored training to maintain required skill level and knowledge of software applications as necessary. Experienced Time Entry Clerks will also assist in training new Time Entry Clerks. Other duties as assigned. Nixon Peabody LLP is an Equal Opportunity  / Affirmative Action Employer.  Minority / Female / Disability / Veteran.  Apply online at www.nixonpeabody.com/careers
 
Group Home positions - Part time NY1112066 and Full time NY1112065)
 People Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY
People Inc. is WNY's leading and largest health and human service provider. We assist individuals with disabilities with personal care, household duties and recreational activities to help them live as independently as possible. Here at People Inc. we are seeking motivated staff members to provide assistance within our group homes in the Rochester area. You would be required to : Assist individuals as needed in all activities, areas of daily living and personal care needs. Responsible for implementation of individual programs. Assists in development of program goals. Safely transports individuals to and from activities and appointments. Assists in completion of daily logs, pertinent forms and documentation. Completes all areas assigned through shift responsibility sheets to ensure health and safety of individuals. Administers medication following proper procedures. Performs housekeeping duties and laundry as assigned. Participates in pre-shift meetings, semi-annual and annual reviews, and house staff meetings as required. Attends all agency mandated in service training sessions in appropriate time frames. Responsible for recording time worked by using company issued swipe card at the start and end of each shift. Flexible to work various shifts and at various locations as needed. Performs CPR and Strategies for Crisis Intervention and Prevention (SCIP-R). Complies with all agency policies and procedures. Other duties as assigned. Apply online ONLY at http://www.people-inc.org
 
XXXXXX Tooling Design Engineer
JOB DESCRIPTION : Full Time, Hourly. SALARY: $60k-$90k. POSITION SUMMARY: The Tooling Design Engineer develops 2d and 3d designs, used to manufacture injection mold tooling, fixtures, and end of arm tooling. ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Design production and prototype tooling and fixtures to specified design criteria considering: annual part volume, cycle time, quoted mold specifications, and tooling budgets. Create 2D prints of highly critical dimensional areas as well as general tooling layout packets. Present completed designs for review both internally as well as externally with customer present.  Assist sales and project engineering groups with design for manufacture issues and part improvements. Perform mold CAE analysis consisting of filling, cooling, and warpage. QUALIFICATIONS: Education: High School diploma. Completion of skilled trades training applicable to plastics industry. Two or four year degree preferred. Skills/Experience: Minimum 3 to 5 years proven experience in Plastic Injection Molding . Prior Mold Making, and/or Design experience. Excellent interpersonal and communications skills. Must have excellent organizational skills and a high level of follow through. Self-motivated . Ability to work with individuals at all levels. Apply via email to zhicks@ccy.com.
 
XXXXXX Tooling Engineer
JOB DESCRIPTION: SALARY: $60k-$90k. POSITION SUMMARY: The role of this individual is that of the customer point of contact regarding all aspects of a New Mold builds, or engineering changes on a product that have to be incorporated into a tool.  In addition this individual must interface with designers on direction, and coordinate with the tool room personnel on scheduling the work through, so that it meets customer dates, quality levels, and internal cost targets. ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Decide on Mold design concept with Tool designer, and then lead Design Review meetings with cross-functional teams to hammer out final details. Track and monitor the entire Molds performance for cost, quality, and delivery against quoted assumptions. Provide general technical assistance to the Tool Room personnel as required. Responsible for coordinating Sampling schedule with expected deliverables on their Mold Projects. Liaison between internal departments including, but not limited to, Quality, Molding, Project Engineering, Tool Room, Shipping, Scheduling and Senior Management. Responsible for continuous improvement tool related issues on respective program families. QUALIFICATIONS: Education: High School diploma. Completion of skilled trades training applicable to plastics industry. Two or Four year degree preferred. Skills/Experience: Minimum 3 to 5 years proven experience in Plastic Injection Molding required. Prior Mold Making, and/or Design experience required. Excellent interpersonal and communications skills required. Must have excellent organizational skills and a high level of follow through. Self-motivated and have the ability to work with individuals at any level. Excellent technical skills, with Master Cam software experience a plus. Apply via email to zhicks@ccy.com.

XXXXXX Project Engineer
JOB DESCRIPTION: SALARY:  $70k-$100k. POSITION SUMMARY: Provides Technical Expertise and Direction to the product team to determine the most effective use of equipment, facilities, materials, labor, tooling and other assets to meet customer requirements on delivery, quality, and to ensure that the internal molding operation runs at the utmost efficiency. ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Heads up the Product team to meet and exceed customer expectations on new molds and Projects.  This involves coordination between Tool Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Quality, Tool Room, Manufacturing, Customer Service and Sales internally. Monitor and Champion of Project’s financial commitments. Direct spokesperson to Customer on all issues related to parts or tools built. Ability to work independently and in a team environment to support the daily functions associated with the project completion. Will work closely with senior staff on operational strategy, the layout of manufacturing floor, and the successful introduction of new molds and equipment. Project assignments can be on continuous improvement projects or new program launches. QUALIFICATIONS: Education: BS Degree in Engineering. Skills/Experience. Minimum of five (5) years engineering experience in a manufacturing environment. Experience in Plastic Injection Molding preferred. Experience in medical or automotive manufacturing a plus. FDA knowledge and experience a plus.  Project Management Experience on Medical or Automotive programs is preferred.  Proficiency with 3D Printing highly desirable. Apply via email to zhicks@ccy.com.
November 21 Postings

NY1111647 Administrative Assistant
Location: Henrietta, NY
Full-time, regular, M-F. Position Overview: A local company is looking for an outgoing, positive, self-starter to provide administrative support to our growing sales department.  Successful applicants should have excellent Excel and Outlook skills and must be able to work well under pressure.  Prior experience in a call center environment is a plus.This position helps to manage the workflow and efficiency of the Sales Department as well as acts as the liaison between the Sales Department and the Administrative & Customer Retention Departments.  He/she ensures company and Procedures are being followed.  He/she reports directly to the Sales Manager. Essential Job Functions: Training: Responsible for posting employment ads and screening applicants. Work with Sales Manager to keep Sales Training Manual updated with current selling strategies and products. Management: Maintain time clock and time off calendar for all sales employees. Responsible for quality control of all deals generated in the CRM, approve or deny deals as appropriate. Review commission sheets and address any questions regarding employee compensation. Help manage Sales Department workflow by working directly with Production, Administrations, and Tech Departments.  Identify areas for improvement and develop solutions. Document new procedure and policy changes and make sure all reps are aware of changes and abide by these changes. Prepare monthly bonus spreadsheet for all qualifying sales representatives. Prepare and review all reports as needed by Sales Manager and/or Upper Management. Monitoring of Renewals, Save Needed and the Overdue Renewals Queues. Review weekly, with Sales Manager, CSI and Bad pays for potential write offs.  Process all necessary cancellations through the CRM. Pull BBB stats as needed. Back up as liaison to Partnered BBBs for any issues that arise. Requirements: Must have excellent customer service skills. Must be able to multi-task and complete tasks accurately. Must provide feedback about ongoing projects in an organized manner. Must be proficient in Excel. Prior sales experience preferred. Education required: High school diploma. NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employee may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization. Potential candidates are pre-screened by Rochester Works Inc., 255 North Goodman St, Rochester, NY 14607.  If you feel you meet the qualifications for the position, please ask to speak with an Advisor and reference job order NY1111647.
 
JC9546630  Plastic Department Line Technician- 114188
Dr Pepper Snapple Group; Location: Williamson, NY
Job Description:  The Plastic Department Line Technician is responsible for working in a team based environment and for the complete operation and preventative maintenance of all the equipment located in the PhD department (Filler, Capper, Blow Molder, Caser, etc).  Join the team at Dr Pepper Snapple Group and make a difference by pursuing everything that you do with the determination that sets us apart from our competitors. Driving for results leads to recognition and personal growth within the company, helping us to achieve our goal to “Be the Best Beverage Business in the Americas”. The success that comes from within each of us is recognized, and creates opportunities for your growth in the organization. Shift and Schedule: This is a unionized facility and shift assignments are based on seniority as well as business needs.  This is a full-time position and will work on either our 2nd or 3rd shift.  Our 2nd shift typically runs from 2:00pm until 10:30pm.  Our 3rd shift typically runs 10:00pm until 6:30am.  Flexibility to work overtime and weekends as well as the ability to adapt to changing schedules is required. Pay Rate: The rate of pay for this position is $20.88 per hour plus an additional shift differential per hour depending on the shift scheduled to work. Position Responsibilities: 1. Conduct all on-line quality checks as required for each specific machine and raw product. 2. Conduct mechanical troubleshooting, preventative maintenance, minor repairs, and line changeovers of each specific machine. 3. Write all reports associated with proper operation of equipment, including computer operations. 4. Maintain the highest standards of safety and industrial hygiene. 5. Operate a forklift or other moving equipment to service production lines as required. 6. Must keep the facility, machines, and work areas clean and orderly, including sanitation duties. 7. Identify potential problems and correct situation or notify supervisor. Total Rewards: We take great pride in offering our people benefits that are competitive. We appreciate hard work, innovative ideas and unending passion, which is why we provide a comprehensive set of benefits and options designed to fit the unique lifestyles of our employees from day one based on eligibility requirements. Qualifications: High school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED). 3 years prior experience with operation of high-speed production machinery, monitoring of product quality, and/or preventative maintenance/mechanical troubleshooting. Lift, push, and pull a minimum of 60 pounds repeatedly, walking and standing for long period of time. Equal Opportunity Employer. M/F/D/V. Click here for the full posting and apply.  
 
NY1111696 Bilingual Executive Secretary
Ibero American Action League; Location: Rochester, NY

STATUS: Full-Time/35 Hours per week. IBERO BACKGROUND:: Ibero-American Action League, Inc. is a non-profit organization that has been providing human services to the Rochester community for 45 years. When Ibero began to establish its roots in the Rochester area there was a strong focus on the development and growth of Hispanics. Many of the new initiatives and programs were developed to help raise the socioeconomic status and increase the self sufficiency of those being served.
Today the agency proudly employs over 210 people and currently has 22 sites. Due to the exponential growth of our organization our focus has shifted to the community and all of its inhabitants. We, as a tea, will strive to provide services to those with developmental disabilities, healthcare concern, housing, families, senior services and entrepreneurship programs. Moreover, we are committed to the children, their families, and their education. In the youth division, our goal is to empower the community's youth by providing the tools and knowledge necessary for them to find their passion and thrive (not just survive). SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the President & CEO the Executive Secretary will be responsible for the management and secretarial support of the Executive Office. Responsible for the coordination of meetings and dissemination of materials to the Board of Directors and agency staff as deemed by the President & CEO. RESPONSIBILITIES: Assists the President & CEO in the scheduling of meetings and other engagements. Coordinates all travel arrangement for out of town business trips by the President & CEO. Assists in the coordination of all matters/communications pertaining to the Board of Directors and President & CEO. Assists in the monitoring of E-mails and phone messages pertaining to the President & CEO. Serves as recorder in Board/Committee meetings as requested by the President & CEO.  Fills in at the front desk in the absence of the Receptionist. Supervises receptionist/secretary. Maintains file room and supply room at main office. Orders & maintains office supplies as needed for the entire agency. Maintains petty cash for general management. Is available to work outside the regularly scheduled working hours. SKILLS & ABILITIES: Associates degree in secretarial science and or 4 years experience in a secretarial position. Bilingual in English and Spanish. Good written and oral communication skills. Ability to complete standard and clerical tasks. Exhibits initiative, good follow through, sound judgment, and resourcefulness when carrying out responsibilities. Ability to supervise and direct office workers. Proficiency with various types of office equipment word processing skills and typing. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. This position will remain posted until it is filled. Click here to apply.. To take advantage of this exciting opportunity please apply by November 21st for first consideration.

NY1111691 Caseworker (Bilingual-English/Spanish)
Ibero American Action League; Location: Rochester, NY

Health Homes Caseworker. STATUS: Full Time, 35 Hrs/week. PROGRAM: HHUNY. IBERO BACKGROUND: Ibero-American Action League, Inc. is a non-profit organization that has been providing human services to the Rochester community for 45 years. When Ibero began to establish its roots in the Rochester area, there was a strong focus on the development and growth of Hispanics. Many of the new initiatives and programs were developed to help raise the socioeconomic status and self sufficiency of those being served. Today the agency employs over 210 people and currently has 22 sites. It's an agency that not only serves Latinos, but it serves our community as a whole, providing services in the area of developmental disabilities, education, children, youth, healthcare, housing, families, senior services and entrepreneurship programs. SUMMARY: Under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Families Services Division or designee, the Caseworker provides care management services to program participants who are in need of assistance regarding medical, behavioral health and social services in the community. QUALIFICATIONS: Identifies individuals in the community in need to obtain medical behavioral health and social services. Contacts assigned participant within 3 days of receiving the assignment. Prepares a Care Plan including participants’ goals for each participant in the program. Obtains medical, behavioral health and social services for program participants according to their needs. Maintains regular contacts with participants in the program including home visits as needed. Maintains accurate and updated records on each participant of all service provided. Attends staff meetings and formal/informal training sessions in/outside the agency. Participates in community activities as representative of the program when assigned. Is available to work outside regularly scheduled work hours as needed. Any other duties as may be assigned by the immediate supervisor. SKILLS & ABILITIES: Associates Degree in Human Services or related field. A minimum of 2 years of experience working with Latinos connecting them with community services. Must be bilingual in Spanish and English. Willingness to go to the homes of those in need within the community. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Word. Able to provide own/client transportation. An equivalent combination of training and experience other than the specified, if judged to be adequate for the job, may be accepted by the President and CEO. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. This position will remain posted until it is filled. Click here to apply. To take advantage of this exciting opportunity please apply by November 28th for first consideration.

NY1111694 Bilingual Preventative Caseworker
Ibero American Action League; Location: Rochester, NY

STATUS: Full-Time, 35 Hrs/Week. IBERO BACKGROUND: Ibero-American Action League, Inc. is a non-profit organization that has been providing human services to the Rochester community for 45 years. When Ibero began to establish its roots in the Rochester area, there was a strong focus on the development and growth of Hispanics. Many of the new initiatives and programs were developed to help raise the socioeconomic status and self sufficiency of those being served. Today the agency employs over 210 people and currently has 22 sites. It's an agency that not only serves Latinos, but it serves our community as a whole, providing services in the area of developmental disabilities, education, children, youth, healthcare, housing, families, senior services and entrepreneurship programs. SUMMARY: Under the guidance and supervision of the Director of Family Services Division or designee, the Caseworker provides casework and general counseling services to individuals and/or families in need of preventive services and undertakes other related tasks for effective casework services. QUALIFICATIONS: Establishes and maintains good working relationships with program staff, other Ibero’s programs’ staff and professionals from other community programs to facilitate and coordinate services for the clients. Assesses individual and family needs to develop intervention service plan. Maintains an average of thirteen (13) on-going cases. Develops and implements intervention plan for each family including setting and evaluating short and long term goals. Monitors clients’ progress towards goals as included in their service plan. Organizes, implements and evaluates group activities to meet clients’ needs including parenting skills training, support groups, etc. Communicates with other professionals for effective coordination of services to the clients. Maintains accurate and updated records following the Family Assessment Service Plan (FASP) guidelines using the Connections System. Attends formal and informal training sessions in/outside the agency. Submits written reports on clients’ progress and program activities as needed. Participates in community activities as representative of the program when assigned. Organizes, implements, and evaluates parenting training and group activities for the clients. SKILLS & ABILITIES: Bachelors degree in Social Work or related field. A minimum of 2 years of experience on social work with at least one year of experience in geriatrics. Bilingual in Spanish and English. Excellent verbal, written and telephone skills. Strong writing and computer skills. Ability to maintain composure under strict deadlines and difficult situations. Able to provide own/client transportation. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. This position will remain posted until it is filled. Click here to apply. To take advantage of this exciting opportunity please apply by November 28th for first consideration.
 
NY1111688 Floater - Per Diem or Part-Time
Ibero American Action League; Location: Rochester, NY
JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: POSITION: Floater. STATUS: Per Diem or Part-Time. PROGRAM: Childcare. IBERO BACKGROUND: Ibero-American Action League, Inc. is a non-profit organization that has been providing human services to the Rochester community for 45 years. When Ibero began to establish its roots in the Rochester area, there was a strong focus on the development and growth of Hispanics. Many of the new initiatives and programs were developed to help raise the socioeconomic status and self sufficiency of those being served. Today the agency employs over 210 people and currently has 22 sites. It's an agency that not only serves Latinos, but it serves our community as a whole, providing services in the area of developmental disabilities, education, children, youth, healthcare, housing, families, senior services and entrepreneurship programs. QUALIFICATIONS: Assists Primary Caregivers and/or Head Teachers in implementing a developmentally appropriate program. Follows Ibero’s policies and procedures, NYS regulations, UPK, Head Start and Early Head Start standards. Supervises and ensures children’s safety during all activities. Socializes with children during activities and at meal time using family style dining. Maintains the classroom to insure that the environment is pleasant and safe. Assists with minor cleaning duties as assigned. Attends scheduled staff meetings, parent meetings, training’s and daycare center events as assigned.  Keeps knowledge of children and families confidential. SKILLLS & ABILITIES: High School Diploma and/or equivalent experience. Child Development Associate degree in Early Childhood preferred but not required. Demonstrated knowledge of child development, early childhood education and appropriate discipline methods. Experience working with infants, toddlers or preschoolers. Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred.  Ability to perform all physical duties required by the supervision of the young child such as running, walking, jumping, skipping, hopping, stooping, squatting, bending and lifting (up to 40 pounds), climbing stairs, etc. Must have clearance through the NYS Central Registry, good police record and good health. An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. This position will remain posted until it is filled. Click here to apply. To take advantage of this exciting opportunity please apply by November 28, 2014 for first consideration.
 
NY1111716 Technical Support
Verizon Wireless; Location: Rochester, NY
Who We Are: We're a Fortune 500 company operating in 150 countries and delivering the fastest, most reliable 4G LTE network in America. Our solutions are empowering individuals, businesses, and communities everywhere. We’re also a best-in-class employer that’s truly invested in our team members’ learning, growth and advancement. That’s why we continually receive top honors and  awards for our robust employee training, commitment to diversity, and dedication to creating a workplace of choice. Join us and you'll create an inspiring future with the company that meets every day with one question, "What do we want to build next?" What We Offer: Beyond a progressive environment, we offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits plan featuring: Industry-leading medical, dental, and 401k  available on your first day of employment. Award-winning employee training and career development programs. Tuition assistance. Discount employee phone program. Life insurance. The position pays $14.90/ hour or $31,000/year. Performance-based yearly incentive/bonus pay. Incentives for various shifts and/or holiday work. Technical Support Job Description: In this position, you will work in a fast-paced, results-oriented environment with a high volume of inbound technical support calls. Tech representatives provide exceptional customer service and technical support for internal and external Verizon Wireless customers. Main responsibilities include using critical thinking to troubleshoot hardware and software issues, identifying network/application issues, providing detailed information on product/service set up and configuration, assisting with billing issues, and researching and resolving more complex technical issues. Call Center Hours and Work Schedule: Our call center hours are 5:45am –11:30pm, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.  Work schedules do rotate from time to time, some holidays may be required, and overtime is offered on a volunteer basis. Training: Training and transition is paid at your regular pay rate and is 18 weeks in length. It consists of technical support and customer service training. Potential Candidates Must….Have the ability to work in a fast-paced, intense, and results-oriented environment. Be able to integrate own technical knowledge with information from multiple online resources during troubleshooting. Be willing to learn and be responsible for a wide variety of product and service information. Be able to multi-task, listen to the customer, evaluate information, and troubleshoot technical issues. Be able to work with customer grievances and effectively and efficiently handle this type of call. Be able to adapt to changes at work (new and changing products, services, policies). Be willing to discuss and sell wireless services/upgrades to customers. Maintain accountability for 100% customer satisfaction in resolving issues (technical, billing, products, services). Work in a performance-based culture with constant performance monitoring. Educate customers on setting up and configuring data and voice products. Be able to work any shift that falls between 5:45am –11:30pm,  in a call center that is open 365 days a year. How to Apply: Visit www.verizon/jobs and search for job #372385 then submit an online application.

NY1111722 Project Coordinator – NYS Success
CCSI; Location: New York State

REPORTS TO: Project Director – NYS Success. KEY RELATIONSHIPS: System of Care committees, providers and systems including youth, families, counties, health care staff, cultural leaders/members, juvenile justice, mental health, education, child welfare agencies, and policymakers. PURPOSE: The NYS Success Project Coordinator supports the development and implementation of initiatives developed as part of NYS Success, an upstate-wide System of Care expansion project funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency (SAMHSA). RESPONSIBILITIES: Supports the NYS Success Project Director on all aspects of project planning and implementation, including: Developing project work plans. Scheduling and coordinating logistics for meetings, planning sessions, trainings, presentations, and other project events, both locally and across the State. Ensuring effective communication among all project team members and partners, including taking meeting notes and providing routine work plan and status updates. Assists with the preparation of project presentations, reports, publications and related materials. Provides the coordination and implementation support needed to successfully carry out single and multi-county technical assistance (TA) initiatives.  Works closely with SOC communities (both individual and regional) to understand current and anticipated technical assistance needs. Develops and maintains TA resource pool (including local / regional experts as well as resources available through SAMHSA’s TA network) to support identified local and regional SOC priorities. Collaborates with the NYS Success Social Marketing consultant to ensure information about TA resources is readily accessible via the NYS Success website. Provides routine updates on TA activities – and their impact – through the NYS Success Newsletter and other means as appropriate to build and foster awareness.  Develops and manages an efficient and effective process for SOC communities to access TA resources. Stays abreast of state and national developments related to system of care practices and related health care system transformation initiatives. Participates in NYS Success committee meetings as appropriate. Other duties as assigned and required for the management and implementation of the NYS Success SAMHSA funded cooperative agreement. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Recognizes and values diversity within the work environment. Participates as a member of the team in valuing individual differences and supporting one another’s opportunity to achieve their greatest potential. Culturally responsive to the population being served in the development, design, monitoring, evaluation and/or implementation of programs and services. Respects the confidential nature of certain information exposed to in the course of your work performance. QUALIFICATIONS Bachelor’s degree with major course work in an appropriate behavioral health, public health, social sciences or related field, plus 2-3 years of related experience. Master’s degree a plus. Familiarity with children’s mental health services delivery/systems of care required. Experience working with child-serving agencies, families and diverse community members highly desirable. Commitment to the principles and values of system of care and family driven/youth guided practices. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail, including the ability to coordinate logistics for multiple projects and effectively balance competing priorities. Strong customer service orientation and creative problem-solving skills. Able to develop and maintain excellent working relationships with local and regional SOC teams, funders, and other partners. Ability to foster collaboration, teamwork, and enthusiasm among diverse groups of people and develop effective collaborations. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Able to work both independently and as part of a team. High degree of comfort with standard software packages, including Excel and PowerPoint. Aptitude for and interest in mastering additional tools and systems as needed (e.g., web-based survey software, etc.). CCSI is an EOE employer. To Apply Contact: Coordinated Care Services, Inc., Erin Glanton, 1099 Jay St., Bldg. J, Rochester, NY 14611, Fax: (585) 328-5211, Email: hr@ccsi.org. If submitting your resume by email, please include the job description in the subject line of the email. 

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NY1111727 Behavior Technician – P/T
The Arc of Monroe; Location: Rochester, NY

Part-time, 30 hours per week. Takes a lead role in enhancing individual's behavior management skills by working closely with individuals, staff, Applied Behavior Specialist, and a licensed psychologist to implement behavior support programs.  Supports their assigned program as an individual support specialist, working directly with individuals for part of each shift. Associates Degree in human services or related field with 3 years utilizing behavior support plans; OR an acceptable combination of education and experience is required.  Experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities is required. Benefits: Health insurance, dental insurance, life insurance, retirement/401k, paid vacation, holiday pay. Other hiring requirements: drug screening, physical exam, reference check. To view full posting and apply visit www.arcmonroe.org  (go to information tab, current opportunities tab)

NY1111736 Customer Service Representatives – P/T & F/T
Goodwill of the Finger Lakes; Location: Rochester, NY

WORKING NEVER FELT SO GOOD! Make a difference in your community and join this cutting-edge non-profit Agency! Your responsibilities will be carried out to promote ABVI Goodwill's mission, vision, and values. Our mission is to prepare and empower people who are blind or visually impaired to be self-sufficient and contribute to their families and communities. As a Customer Service Representative with Goodwill of the Finger Lakes, you will provide outstanding customer service in a call center operation, with proficiency in handling inbound & outbound calls for Goodwill related services. Complete customer order requests and fulfillment, data entry, maintain customer database, research and resolve customer problems. Conduct product satisfaction and customer surveys; follow-up with customers accordingly. Responsibilities: Receive incoming calls from customers to place orders and respond to questions. Manage and respond to contact traffic (telephone calls, emails, faxes, etc.) using customer-oriented etiquette. Address customer issues, assuring that contract service levels and objectives are met. Greet callers, establish rapport, and project professional tone within established service standards. Schedule and place follow-up calls/emails in response to customer inquiries, with little to no supervision. Must be able to maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive information.Process customer orders and initiate order requisitions. Complete fulfillment and distribution of customer materials and documents. Utilize prescribed software to document, process and/or track all customer data and follow-up. Confer with departments or carrier personal to expedite and/or trace missing or delayed shipments.Work with Customer Service Team to attain serviceability improvement and process enhancements.  Education and Experience: Associates Degree in related field preferred. One year experience in Customer Service and/or Call Center industry required.  Ability to clearly communicate concepts, processes and methods to enhance learning and skill building. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the general public. Bilingual representatives speaking Spanish  preferred.  *Please note that we have multiple full and part-time opportunitities. Contract hours are Monday - Friday, 8am - 9pm* Click here for the full description and apply online.
 
XXXXXX Maintenance Mechanic
ARYZTA; Location: Rochester, NY
ARYZTA is a $3B global food business with a leadership position in specialty bakery. We are based in Zurich, Switzerland, with operations in North America, South America, Europe, South East Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. ARYZTA, LLC in North America is headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Created by the integration of La Brea Bakery, Otis Spunkmeyer, Fresh Start Bakeries and Great Kitchens, ARYZTA provides a broad range of quality baked goods. Our bakery expertise includes: artisan breads, buns, English muffins, and frozen bread dough; cookies, pastries, muffins, and other sweet goods; laminated dough and puff pastry; take & bake pizza; donuts and other mixes, fillings, icings, and glazes. We have an immediate need for Maintenance Mechanics on our 2nd and 3rd shifts. The Maintenance Mechanic works within a team at our bakery to install, inspect, maintain, and perform primary repair of mechanical equipment involved with operating and maintenance of our manufacturing systems and building grounds. A key role in this position will be conducting preventative maintenance audits on manufacturing equipment.  You will be responsible for the dismantling, repair and reassembly of machinery such as motors, conveyor lines and palletizers. This position will also be responsible for the setup of all manufacturing equipment, office, heating and cooling systems, and alarm systems. Our Maintenance Mechanics use hand, bench, and machine tools in the repair and maintenance of machinery, acetylene, arch and gas welding, operate drill presses, grinders, replace and repair bearings, shafts, sleeves, and other parts.  Maintenance Mechanics also change oil and grease equipment, read schematics, blueprints, and other mechanical documentation. Successful candidates should have a thorough knowledge of standard maintenance practices, methods, tools and materials of electrical and mechanical trades. Knowledge of occupational hazards and possess experience with OSHA safety training, ability to observe and enforce safety precautions, able to establish and maintain effective relationships with co-workers and subordinates, skilled in the use and care of tools, able to climb ladders, use forklift, work in tight spaces, lift safety, conduct daily equipment audits, maintain equipment inventory and maintain daily records of operations and reporting deficiencies to supervisors. You should possess basic computer skills and have the ability to work independently when necessary, and have effective verbal and written communication skills. Essential Job Duties: Required to troubleshoot PLC, VFD, and 3 phase electrical. Required to read blueprints, logs and electrical drawings. Must have a general knowledge of electrical installation. Ability to utilize intermediate computer skills. Ability to perform maintenance and repair of silos, property, HVAC, ammonia refrigeration, and production line equipment. Required to utilize welding, fabrication, pneumatics and hydraulic skills for equipment repair. Knowledge of repair and work on steam and pressure lines. Knowledge of air compressors and filtration systems. Overtime hours may be required based on work demand. Employee must be flexible with these hours.  Click here to apply. 
 
XXXXXX Physical Therapist – Per diem
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Livingston County
FUNCTION: Provides case management and direct patient care within a team environment. Administers comprehensive physical therapy modalities in the home setting. REPORTS TO:  Clinical Team Manager. RELATIONSHIPS: Patient, Family, Hospital Staff, Physicians, Vendors, Contract and Regulatory Community Agencies, Third Party Payors, Care Delivery Team and numerous other VNS departments. RESPONSIBILITIES: I. Participates and assures that Care Delivery Services are consistent with the agency vision, mission, values and strategic goals and meet customer needs. A. Promotes the VNS philosophy, mission, and administrative policies to ensure the delivery of quality care. B. Promotes effective working relationships and works effectively as part of the team to meet the goals and objectives of VNS. C. Promotes the VNS image by adhering to the dress code policy. D. Utilizes resources, supplies, and time efficiently in order to contain costs and increase the value of all services to the community. E. Promotes positive, supportive, respectful communication to all external sources, patients, families, and staff. F. Consistently displays behaviors in support of the overall organization. G. Supports public relations/sales and marketing initiatives to local community. H. Strives for continuous improvement in all aspects of the Physical Therapist function and Care Delivery process using Total Quality Management principles and practices. II. Develops and maintains a customer oriented environment responsive to the needs of all external/internal customers. Direct Patient Care Duties: A. Develops and revises plan of treatments and discharge plan in conjunction with patient, family, physician, care delivery team and third party payors including obtaining medical orders and approval of physical therapy services. B. Provides an environment which promotes respect for the patients, their privacy, confidentiality, and property. C. Initiates appropriate rehabilitative program. D. Consults with and educates the patient, family and other team members regarding disease process, self care techniques and preventive strategies.  Implements home therapy programs including but not limited to:  gait training, transfers, ADL's, home modification, care, and use of equipment. E. Periodically evaluates patient's progress and makes necessary adjustments to physical therapy program. F. Instruct para-professional staff in body mechanics, use of equipment, bed mobility, transfers, gait patterns, home exercise program, etc. G. Directs, coordinates, evaluates, and supervises the quality of patient care services provided by the Home Health Agency, including the clinical supervision of Home Health Aides. H. Interacts with patients, physicians, referral sources, and others in a manner conducive to continued positive relationships. Displays an exemplary level of patience, courtesy, and tact.  I. Supports Care Management philosophy. This includes collaborative customer focused planning, and case management designed to meet individual health and service needs and promote quality and cost effective outcomes. J. Participates in regularly scheduled patient conferences with HHA's, nurses, therapists and MSW's for the purpose of discussing patient care, patient/family problems and to ensure comprehensive coordinated plan of treatment. K. Rotates responsibility for PT Team Coordinator. L. Cooperatively assists in the orientation of new rehabilitation personnel. Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned to support the efficient operation of their team, group, SD and discipline. M. Assures the completion of all appropriate clinical records needed for compliance with state and federal legislation and the delivery of seamless service within established timeframes. N. Refers to appropriate community agencies/resources via Care Management System ("CMS"). O. Maintains current knowledge of all available VNS and community based services. P. Demonstrates flexibility, enthusiasm, and willingness to cooperate while working with customers and others whose support is necessary. Q.Ensures problem resolution at the point of contact. R. Makes constructive recommendations to members of the VNS team regarding ways to improve quality of patient care, general operation of the care teams and external customer service. S. Sets example of integrity. T. Assists Group Leader and SDU V.P. in routinely monitoring and participating with customers in identifying potential new programs and services. U. Ensures patient's needs are met through the care delivery process, and responds to customer needs in a manner that meets or exceed requirements. V. Ensures authorization and release of information form has been signed by patient or responsible party. W. Ensures practices, standards and behaviors meet agency performance competencies (Competencies forthcoming). III. Participates in the attainment of the Service Delivery Groups and Unit operational and financial objectives. A. Monitors results, progress and takes corrective action on quality indicators, including the level of customer satisfaction with the Physical Therapist function. B.Understands the importance of the Physical Therapist function and its impact on patients, other care providers, readmission, productivity, utilization, revenue and expense. C. Pursues efforts to reduce or eliminate avoidable costs and errors. D. Develops quality plans of care consistent with care paths and complies with JCAHO, OSHA/Regulatory practices and guidelines. E. Responds to findings of various Quality Management and QA processes and ensures resolution of potential problem areas. F. Maintains productivity requirements. IV.Contributes to an environment of professional growth, learning, trust and mutual respect for all employees. A. Practices regular employee recognition through Recognition System. Recognizes personal worth of others. Recognizes team members and significant contributions. Encourages others to have fun and celebrate their accomplishments. B. Promotes the recognition, respect, and celebration of the diversity of our workforce. C. Participates in education including orientation, in-service training programs, and self-development, as needed. D. Generates new ideas and uses the VNS Bright Idea System. E. Demonstrates commitment, professional growth, and competency. F. Participates in professional organizations, continuing education opportunities and shares acquired knowledge with team members. QUALIFICATIONS: 1. A B.S. degree in Physical Therapy or a B.S. in a related field with a certificate in physical therapy. 2. Possession of a current New York State License in Physical Therapy. 3. Ability to physically lift and assist patients in hands on care. 4. Prefer minimum of one year experience in Physical Therapy in a hospital setting (not including internship). 5. Good verbal and written communication skills. 6. Good interpersonal skills. 7. Ability to perform physical therapy procedures effectively and safely. 8. Ability to work with people from different socio-cultural backgrounds in an effective manner. 9 Ability to accept and utilize supervision. Click here for the full posting and apply.

XXXXXX Hospice Evaluator     
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Monroe County

FUNCTION: Evaluates, admits and coordinates Hospice services. REPORTS TO: Director of Hospice. HOURS: Full Time. RELATIONSHIPS: Physicians, hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, vendors, contract and community agencies, and numerous other VNS departments. Families and caregivers. COACHES: Other team members. RESPONSIBILITIES: Participates and assures that Hospice services are consistent with the agency vision, mission, values and strategic goals and meet customer needs. 1. Evaluates patients/families for appropriateness of hospice care, evaluating cases against admission criteria. Recommends cases acceptance into hospice program or referral to other health care services/programs. 2. Evaluates and admits cases same day, as much as possible.  Coordinates all the initial care needs and makes referrals as needed. 3. Develops and revised hospice plan of care in conjunction with patient, family, physician, hospice medical director and IDG, including obtaining medical orders and approval of medical services.  This plan and visit frequency is based on patient and family needs. 4. Works closely with hospice medical director and hospice leadership on issues concerning the evaluation process, admission and patient eligibility criteria.  Acts as patient and family advocate regarding end of life care. 5. Promotes the VNH image by adhering to a professional dress code and wears       agency ID at all times. 6. Market the hospice program within the community and health care systems. 7. Promotes positive, supportive, respectful communication to all internal and external customers. 8. Act as preceptor and works with new staff, students and medical staff as needed. 9. Directs, coordinates, evaluates and supervises the quality of patient care services provided by the Home Health Aides, including clinical supervision.  Provides a supportive and inclusive environment for home health aides. 10. Rotates responsibility for coverage in the community, nursing home and hospital settings. 11. Assures the completion of all appropriate electronic clinical documentation needed for compliance with state and federal regulations and the delivery of seamless service within established timeframes.  Laptops must be used in the care setting. 12. Demonstrates willingness to flex work hours based on patient need. 13. Will be included in regular on-call scheduling for evenings, nights, weekends and holidays. 14. Ensures comprehensive assessment, coordination and education of end of life care.  And continually re-evaluates and anticipates the changing patient/family needs. 15. Evaluates patient eligibility for admission and on-going service based on the Conditions of Participation. 16. Provides in-service education programs as requested. Contributes to an environment of professional growth, learning, trust and mutual respect for all employees. 1. Practices regular employee recognition. Recognizes personal worth of others. Recognizes team members and significant contributions. Encourages others to have fun and celebrate accomplishments 2. Promotes the recognition, respect and celebration of the diversity of our workforce. 3. Participates in education including orientation, in-service training programs and self- development with a minimum expectation of 10 CEU per year. 4. Will obtain Hospice and Palliative Care Certification within 2 years of hire. 5. Demonstrates commitment, professional growth and competency. QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Current New York State licensed Registered Nurse in good standing 2. Good knowledge of community health nursing and hospice nursing principles, practices and clinical techniques. Good knowledge of community health care resources.  3. Ability to evaluate patient/family needs against program admission criteria and suitability to hospice philosophy. 4. Excellent communication (oral and written) and interviewing skills. Good organizational skills.  5. Works under moderate supervision and high degree of independent judgment. 6. Occasional extras hours in the evening and on the weekends in client’s homes. Must be available for regular on-call schedule. Local travel to and from client’s homes with regular access to a car required. Click here for the full posting and apply.

XXXXXX BSN – Nurse Family Partnership
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Monroe County

DEPARTMENT: Signature Care. PURPOSE: Nurse-Family Partnership is a research-based program that has been demonstrated to significantly improve critical outcomes for at-risk women and their children who received services in local communities as specified in the NFP guidelines.  The three major goals of the program are to (a) improve prenatal outcomes, (b) improve child health and development, and (c) improve self-sufficiency of the family. FUNCTION: The NFP nurse establishes a trusting, therapeutic one on one relationship with low income, first time mothers, who voluntarily consent to bi-weekly visits throughout pregnancy and  the child's second year of life.  The nurse assesses the physical, emotional, social and environmental needs of the family and provides counseling, health education, referral and case management in such areas as prenatal and postpartum care, nutrition, parenting, child health and development, family planning and life course development.  The partnership between the nurse and the client is the basis for change, as the nurse helps the woman to clarify her goals for herself and her child and obtain the skills she needs to accomplish her goals. REPORTS TO: Care Team Manager, Nurse-Family Partnership. RELATIONSHIPS:      Adult client, infant/child, family and significant others, other NHVs, Manager, Program Coordinator, other community based organizations, physicians and other medical providers. RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Assesses physical, emotional, social, and environmental needs of women and their families as they relate to health and life course development. 2. Assists women and their families to establish realistic goals and measurable outcomes for promoting their health and life course development. 3. Provides counseling and instruction to assist women and their families in attaining targeted goals, in areas including prenatal and postpartum care, nutrition, parenting, child health care, family planning, and special health problems. 4. Evaluates women and family’s progress toward targeted goals, revises plan of care as appropriate. 5. Develops a working relationship with women and their families that promote problem-solving competence. 6. Promotes involvement of other family members in the pregnancy, birth, and early childcare. 7. Links women and families with community resources that are relevant to their specific needs. 8. Consults and collaborates with any other professionals involved in providing services to the women and families in his/her caseload. 9. Records nursing activities in timely manner and in accord with project Visit Guidelines. 10. Provides feedback for revising Visit Guidelines related to program implementation. 11. Assumes responsibility for ongoing learning in relation to program implementation. 12. Performs related duties as assigned or required. QUALITIFICATIONS: A. Skill and Knowledge: 1. Baccalaureate degree in nursing. 2. One year professional work experience preferred in any of the following: childbearing women and children, pediatrics, maternal / child mental health or community health. 3. Ability to establish interpersonal relationships with women and families from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. 4. Licensure as a registered nurse. 5. Ability to speak Spanish is highly desirable. B. Working Conditions: 1. Must be able to work a flexible schedule. 2. Must have access to an operable automobile and have a valid driver’s license and insurance. 3. Must be able to do light to moderate lifting. Click here for the full posting and apply.

XXXXXX Communications Specialist – P/T
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Monroe County

DEPARTMENT: Care Coordination Center. FUNCTION:      Serves as the first point of contact for visitors and callers.  Operates the central telephone console and serves as the agency receptionist. REPORTS TO: Director of Marketing and Communications. RELATIONSHIPS: All internal and external customers: employees, volunteers, patients/patient family members, physicians, board members, vendors and community at large. HOURS: Weekday Shifts (6:30 am-3:00 pm, 8:15 am- 4:45 pm, 10:00 am – 4:45pm). MANAGES/SUPERVISES: None. RESPONSIBILITIES:1. Acknowledges and greets all visitors in a professional and respectful manner.  Notifies staff/department regarding visitor’s arrivals.  Manages sign-in process (logs) and issuance of visitor pass. 2.  Answers telephone in a warm, friendly, professional and courteous manner. 3. Operates central console to accept and route incoming calls; takes and transmits messages as requested and appropriate; and pages agency staff as necessary. 4. Triages incoming calls and transfers callers to appropriate individual or department in a timely and courteous manner.  Keeps caller informed of transfer and holding process.  5. Responds and coordinates requests for escorts from home visiting staff. Maintains security staff schedule. 6. Performs clerical duties as assigned.  7. Promotes positive, supportive, respectful communication to all internal and external customers and department staff. 8. Participates in the attainment of the agency’s overall and departmental operations and financial objectives.  9.  Maintains staff and patient confidentiality at all times. 10. May conduct orientation of new clerical volunteers by showing them the video and finding out how they would like to volunteer (filing, mailings, etc.). Fills requests from departments as they need a volunteer.  Updates the spreadsheet with changes in volunteer’s status (phone #, availability, etc.). Sends out emails when we get a new volunteer to see if a department is interested in having them help out.  11. Facilitates/coordinates agency’s meeting rooms’ schedule. QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Strong knowledge of switchboard operations and general office practices and procedures. 2. Computer skills, word processing, spreadsheets, necessary. 3. One year switchboard operator and receptionist experience and/or similar high volume customer service experience. 4. Excellent oral communications skills. 5. Neat appearance; clear, pleasant speaking voice. Ability to exercise tact, maintains composure, and responds to all situations in a calm, professional, and reassuring manner. 6. Strong interpersonal skills. Demonstrated exceptional customer service orientation.  7. Able to work independently with minimal supervision. Occasional extra hours. 8. Works with supervisor to maintain on-call schedule for absences, vacations, day, evenings and weekends. Click here for the full posting and apply.
 
XXXXXX Employment Specialist Extended
The Arc of Monroe; Location: Rochester, NY
Full-time, 37.5 hours per week. Uses a person-centered approach in all aspects of the supported employment process to assist individuals in maintaining employmnet that is consistent with their vocational goals. Provides continuous re-assessment of ongoing support needs which may include: skills assessment, job development, job placement, job coaching, securing child care services, bus training, clinical services, financial assistance, and coordinating with other community  resources.  Associates Degree in human services field plus one year experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, or combination of High School Diploma and the equivalent in experience. Must have flexible schedule to meet individuals' work schedule. To view full job description and apply visit www.arcmonroe.org (go to information tab, current opportunities tab)
 
NY1110893 Welder
Advantech Industries; Location: Rochester

Advantech Industries Inc. is a contract manufacturer providing sheet metal and precision CNC machined parts and assemblies to the medical, defense, aerospace, scientific instrumentation and electronics industries. We are looking to immediately fill an A shift Welding position. Hours are Monday - Friday 7:30am - 4:00pm. Eligible candidates must have a High School Diploma/GED and 1-5 years of experience. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Experience in MIG/TIG and Spot Welding Experience Welding: Stainless Steel, Aluminum & Cold Rolled Steel Ability to receive instructions and interpret prints and work orders for the job. Willingness to accept direction, ability to process knowledge in addition to applying it. Flexibility with hours assigned and willingness to work overtime if required. Ability to keep equipment and work area clean and orderly. SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS With limited supervision and quality work ethic, functions as a member of a customer-driven quality team whose goal is to ensure that product quality requirements established by the customer have been achieved Holds oneself accountable for doing whatever is needed to meet the commitments made around project outcomes Maintains adequate levels of performance and motivation despite job tasks that are routine, repetitive,  and/or non-stimulating Ability to understand and carry out oral and written directives Ability to work well under pressure, to adhere to deadlines and the ability to be flexible Thorough operational knowledge and skills of specific equipment to be operated Ability to operate assigned equipment safely and efficiently Ability to keep record of time spent and material used Ability to read drawings and blueprints Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals Ability to TIG/MIG weld steel, stainless steel and aluminum.  Click here to apply.
 
NY1110890 Press Brake Set Up Operator (A Shift)
Advantech Industries, Rochester

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Operate a press brake machine following the project details and blueprints. Observe machine operation to verify accuracy of machine settings and to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining. Inspect "first-part", consult with quality assurance and inspect work pieces throughout the production run for out of tolerance machining. Using precision measuring instruments such as micrometer and dial caliper, ensure quality products are produced according to project specifications. Periodically operate power roller conveyor and do work by hand. SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS With limited supervision and quality work ethic, function as a member of a customer-driven team whose goal is to ensure that product quality requirements established by the customer have been achieved. Hold oneself accountable for doing whatever is needed to meet the commitments made around project outcomes. Maintain adequate levels of performance and motivation despite job tasks that are routine, repetitive, and/or non-stimulating. Ability to understand and carry out oral and written directives. Ability to work well under pressure, to adhere to deadlines and the ability to be flexible. Thorough operational knowledge and skills of press brake equipment to be operated, including inspection equipment. Ability to operate assigned equipment safely and efficiently. Ability to keep record of time spent and material used. Ability to use precision measuring tools such as calipers. Ability to read drawings and blueprints, and be familiar with common machine tools. Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. High School Diploma/GED and 5 years of experience. Click here to apply.

NY1110884 CNC Set Up Operator (A Shift)
Advantech Industries; Location: Rochester

Eligible candidates must have a High School Diploma/GED and 5 years’ experience. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES Sets up machine and observes machine operation to verify accuracy of machine settings and to detect malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining, using precision measuring instruments such as micrometer and caliper. Sets up and controls operation of computerized deburring and tooling machine to perform series of machining operations, such as drilling, chamfering, and deburring. Inspects "first part", and inspects work pieces throughout the production run for out-of-tolerance machining. Clean machine and work area. Provide aid and guidance to machine operators with less experience or skill. SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS With limited supervision and quality work ethic, functions as a member of a customer-driven quality team whose goal is to ensure that product quality requirements established by the customer have been achieved Holds oneself accountable for doing whatever is needed to meet the commitments made around project outcomes Maintains adequate levels of performance and motivation despite job tasks that are routine, repetitive, and/or non-stimulating Ability to understand and carry out oral and written directives Ability to work well under pressure, to adhere to deadlines and the ability to be flexible Thorough operational knowledge and skills of specific CNC mills and lathes to be operated with the ability to calculate and set machine controls either manually or by entering commands. Ability to operate assigned equipment safely and efficiently Ability to keep record of time spent and material used Ability to use precision measuring tools and equipment, read drawings and blueprints, and be familiar with common machine and measuring tools, including micrometers and calipers Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. Click here to apply.

NY1110454 Quality Inspector
Advantech Industries; Location: Rochester

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Position involves first piece, in-process and final inspection. Ability to perform internal auditing and calibration helpful. Must be accountable for quality of work performed. Must maintain a clean and orderly work environment. SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS: Experience with sheet metal, machining, GD&T and CMM Programming preferred. Must be self-motivated, able to work independently and have a desire to continuously improve on skill set and technical knowledge. Internal auditing and calibration skills helpful. Strong communication and interpersonal skills required. JOB BENEFITS: Vacation, Personal Days, Holidays, Health, Dental, 401 (k) Plan. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment drug screening. EOE M/F/Disability/Veteran. Click here to apply.

Are you looking to launch a career in manufacturing? Would you like to get paid while going to school?
Advantech Sheet Metal Institute, ASMI, is the perfect fit for you!
ASMI is a paid sheet metal fabrication training program looking for candidates for our next class which begins January 12, 2015. The objective of ASMI is to prepare students for employment as entry-level sheet metal fabricators. The 24 week training program focuses on developing skills in the safe operation of fabrication equipment such as press brakes, turret presses, lasers and pemserters along with a general familiarity with processes such as deburring, time saving and welding. Overall quality techniques will be covered as well as proficient use of measuring tools and industrial drawing interpretation. Students will earn $10.00 / hour while attending the 25 hour a week program. Areas of training will also include: Safety: General, fire, OSHA, lock-out-tag-out, MSDS, blood-borne pathogens, machine guarding, PPE, coolants, lifting devices, hearing conversation, and powered industrial truck safety. Technical Math: Fractions, decimals, Cartesian coordinates, basic math functions, single function algebra, geometric principles, angles, protractors, decimal degrees & DMS, right angle trigonometry and metric system. Print Reading: Visualizing views, tolerances, dimensions, line terminology, title block, holes, contours, threads, sectional views and slots. Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing: Geometric characteristics, symbols, datums, rules and concepts, calculate material conditions and tolerance zones. Metrology and Precision Measurement: Steel rules, combination squares, protractors, calipers, micrometers, go-no go gages, height gages, indicators, surface plate, CMM’s and optical comparators. Bench Work: Hand tools, layout, drill press, band saw, hack saws, hand tapping, offhand grinding, files and deburring. Inspection: Inspection reports and use offhand measuring tools along with: Thread measurement methods: Machine measurements on optical comparator and CMM. Use and care of surface plate. THE FOLLOWING CONDITIONS APPLY TO THIS PROGRAM: Applicants must be 18 years of age upon starting the program. Applicants must pass a hair follicle drug test, pre-placement industrial physical and criminal background screen. Applicants recommended: Successful completion of Algebra. Applicants must achieve an average score rating on a Mechanical Reasoning Assessment. Applicants will need to present a letter of recommendation from a teacher, and or employer regarding their academic and or employment performance. APPLICANTS MUST MEET THE BELOW CRITERIA: Staying in the program requires 98% attendance performance. Staying in the program requires maintaining 80% grade for both classroom and hands on training. Successful completion of the program will afford the students preferred consideration for full-time employment with Advantech Industries Inc. Program students will be employed thru Employee Relations Associates. Apply Now To: Jaime Howley, Recruiter at ER-Associates, 585-420-3914, Email: jhowley@er-associates.com. EOE M/F/Disabled/Veteran

XXXXXX  Software Engineer / Developer
State of New York Unified Court System; Location: Rochester, NY

About this Job: The State of New York Unified Court System is looking for a great software engineer to work on systems that have a positive impact on the lives of citizens and the efficiency of court operations. You should love finding simple solutions to big problems, and care not only about the efficiency and maintainability of software, but the way it helps other teams do their jobs. As a key member of a small and versatile team you will be involved in a great variety of support and design engineering challenges. You will design, test, deploy and maintain software solutions both large and small. Key Responsibilities: Write client and server-side code for web-based applications. Create fast, easy-to-use, state of the art solutions. Support diverse clients from high powered desktop computers to mobile devices. Data extraction, transformation and load applications. Integrate back-end systems into desktop office applications. Conversion of legacy database applications and back-office systems. Coordinate with other project teams for integration into their products. Foster a culture of being agile, innovative, team-oriented and customer-focused. Initiate, promote and implement best practices. Minimum Skills & Qualifications: BS or MS in Computer Science or equivalent work experience. Extensive experience with web infrastructure, distributed systems, and databases. .Net Framework 2.0 - 4.x, ASP.Net, IIS 6-7.5, development with .NET languages C# & VB.Net, WCF, and data access technologies. SOAP, REST, XML, AJAX, JavaScript. Exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Pluses: MCSD, MCAD, or other applicable advanced certification. Experience in desktop/mobile and browser responsive design. Regulatory/Government Experience. Windows OS scripting and familiarity with PowerShell. MS Office 365 Client Object Model, SharePoint Development. Experience with Oracle and PL/SQL. About the Appellate Division: The Supreme Court of the Appellate Division, Fourth Judicial Department hears appeals from the state's trial courts located in the 22 Central and Western New York counties assigned to the Fifth, Seventh, and Eighth Judicial Districts. Along with the operations of the Clerk's Office and Court the Appellate Division, Fourth Department also includes the auxiliary agencies and programs of the Assigned Counsel Program, Attorneys for Children Program, Attorney Grievance Committees, Court Examiners, Independent Judicial Election Qualification Committee, Law Library, and Mental Hygiene Legal Service. Salary & Benefits: Base Salary: $73,730. 20 days of paid vacation and one additional vacation day for each year of completed service, to a maximum 27 days annually. 12 holidays during the first year of service. 13 days of paid annual sick leave, accrued. Participation in medical, dental and life insurance plans. To Apply: Announcement No: 54408. Applications must be postmarked or received by: December 1, 2014. All interested persons meeting the minimum qualifications are encouraged to submit a UCS-5 Application for Employment (www.nycourts.gov/careers/UCS5.pdf) and a resume to: Mary L. Jones, Human Resources, Appellate Division, Fourth Department, M. Dolores Denman Courthouse, 50 East Avenue, Suite 200, Rochester, NY 14604.

XXXXXX Case Manager – Diversion/Essential Services
YWCA OF ROCHESTER & MONROE COUNTY; Location: Rochester, NY

The YWCA of Rochester and Monroe County has served women and girls in our community for over 125 years.  We serve more than 1,000 women and children each year by providing emergency housing, preparing young mothers to lead healthy, productive lives and helping students to achieve academic success and find meaningful employment. The Case Manager – Diversion/Essential Services is responsible for direct services and administrative support to Emergency Housing. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES: Screening women and families for homeless housing eligibility. When it is safe and feasible, divert individuals from entering the homeless system. Conduct initial orientation and exit interviews, and provide assistance with shelter, basic needs information and referral to women needing short/long term housing. Assist women and families in developing/identifying/evaluating and revising a service plan, milestones and short and long-term goals. Meet quality indicator goals established for the program. Maintain and distribute supply of bus passes, food, personal hygiene items, kitchen supplies and keys. Communicate and case conference regularly with supervisors and teammates. Link residents to appropriate services and activities within and outside the YWCA, including employment and training services, legal assistance, substance abuse programs, housing, mental health and other appropriate services. Serve as liaison between YWCA and other social agencies and community resources. Participate in Rochester Monroe County Coordinated Access and Rapid Re-Housing workgroups. Maintain accurate up-to-date HMIS records, reports and billings.  Monitor and follow up on residents' progress towards meeting goals. Conduct life skill and Window Between Worlds workshops. Organize and manage residents meetings. Organize and participate in staff meetings included case review sessions. Prepare Emergency Housing rooms for new Emergency Housing clients. Perform other duties as requested. JOB COMPETENCIES: Builds Strong Client Relationships; Builds Collaborative Networks; Crisis/Conflict Resolution; Listening/Understanding & Responding; Concern for Order & Quality; Manages Oneself & Practices Wellness. QUALIFICATIONS; Bachelor's Degree in Social Work, Psychology or Human Services. Two (2) years experience in crisis intervention counseling.   Diversion experience preferred. Knowledge of community services. Bilingual in Spanish preferred. Computer literate. Must possess a valid NYSDL and have access to a vehicle. WORK ENVIRONMENT: Usual social services office working conditions prevail. Must be available to work 37.5 hours per week and the work hours may include evenings or weekends. Posted November 19, 2014. Click here to apply.
 
XXXXXX Material Handler II
Volunteers of America; Location: Rochester, NY

Volunteers of America of Upstate New York, Inc. is a growing non-profit human services agency that has been serving families and individuals in need for more than 100 years. We are looking for talented individuals who are results-oriented and strive to achieve the best possible outcomes for the clients and communities we serve. Full-Time “Driver’s Helper” - Tuesday- Saturday 8am- 4:30pm. JOB SUMMARY: The Material Handler II operates as part of a two man pick-up and delivery team. They efficiently, safely, and accurately; unload, move, handle, process, package, and distribute donated items.  This position requires a team-oriented and focused individual who readily shifts their priorities while maintaining high safety standards and a positive friendly demeanor to agency customers, donors and fellow team members; the employee must be productive in a high volume distribution environment and can successfully multi task, or work an assembly line. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: Accompanies Truck Drivers on routes, specials and store deliveries; (must be able to read maps/GPS and have a good sense of direction). Assists driver in the safe handling of fleet vehicles, which may include, but not limited to the safe driving and backing up of the fleet vehicles and assisting the driver in communications to the customer and Distribution Center. Loads and/or unloads a variety of goods including but not limited to clothing, household items, furniture, appliances, scrap material from donor’s residences, VOA stores, distribution dock area, VOA vehicles, gaylords, durotainers, bags and boxes. May lead a team of material handler 1 in the sorting and bailing of clothing; sorting and salvaging of shoes and accessories or selecting products for store orders. Operates cardboard and/or clothing bailer machine. Receives, stages, rotates and moves products to storage areas using proper equipment in compliance with safety requirements. Builds and load pallets accurately and safely. Picks and retrieves products efficiently and accurately through quality product handling, processing, and packaging to meet pre-established store order service commitment times and production goals. Conducts all duties and responsibilities in a safe manner by maintaining a clean staging area, ensuring debris is cleared after loading or unloading by visual review of the area and properly disposing of trash. Follows all safety and security procedures and takes proactive measures to prevent accidents/incidents.  Operates material handling equipment such as pallet jacks, hand trucks or dollies. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High School diploma or GED required. 1 year work experience in high volume distribution environment. A combination of education and experience may be considered. Experience with pallet jacks, fork truck, stand up reach truck experience. Performing the duties of this job requires the ability to Push/Pull up to 1000 lbs using pallet jack/lift, regularly lift and carry up to 100 lbs. How to Apply
Qualified individuals should apply by November 28th, 2014 to:
http://www.voaupny.org/About-Us/Employment

NY1109368 Maintenance Mechanic - Plumber
St. John Fisher College; Location: Rochester, NY

St. John Fisher College is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Maintenance Mechanic - Plumber. Job Responsibilities: Responsible for the maintenance, operation and installation of plumbing systems, fixtures and equipment including but not limited to; domestic water, sanitary, sanitary lift stations, grease traps, storm, natural gas, steam, irrigation systems, compressed air and laboratory gases. Inspects work performed by outside contractors for adherence to plans & specifications as well as all federal, state and local codes. Researches methods and materials required to complete assigned tasks. Responds to routine and emergency calls for repairs and service. Planning of assigned projects.  Assist other skill trades in daily activities and renovation projects.  During times of unusually high workloads in other Facilities Services groups, duties may include assisting grounds, moving/set-up or housekeeping. Support campus-wide maintenance activities and assist other Facilities Services groups achieving the department’s mission to provide proactive, professional, and cost effective and customer oriented services. Other duties as assigned. Education/Experience: Associates Degree or two years of trade school training or equivalent experience plus a minimum of four years’ experience in commercial / industrial plumbing.  Plumbing, pesticide and backflow licenses are preferred. Certification in welding is preferred.  Must have valid NYS driver’s license. Required Competencies/Skills: Knowledge of construction and remodeling trades, practices, procedures, techniques, tools, equipment, materials, specifications, quality control, cost control and safety.  Knowledge and skills in all facets of the plumbing trade and applicable codes. Knowledgeable in all applicable codes, standards and regulations. Conceptualize, design assigned, cost estimate, schedule, develop bill of materials for assigned projects. Ability to draw appropriate sketches to communicate details to other skilled trades. Develop a multi-discipline project schedule and coordinate trades. Mathematical skills and analytical skills necessary to do material take-offs and cost estimates. Safely operate and maintain all hand and power tools required to accomplish assignments. Ability to effectively organize work to effectively perform job function. This position is a full-time position, Tuesday - Saturday, 7am - 3:30pm. St. John Fisher College is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Click here to learn more and apply.
 
XXXXXX OPEN DIE POWER HAMMER OPERATOR
Paley Studios; Location: Rochester, NY

Full-time, 40 hours per week. Must have experience with power hammers and gas forge. Experience must also include operation of forging presses and drop hammers.  Full-time, benefits, good salary, 401K available.  No phone inquiries please. Compensation competitive and commensurate with experience. Send resume to info@albertpaley.com

XXXXXX Administrative Assistant/Data Entry Clerk – Part-Time
The Rivers Organization; Location: Rochester, NY

Position Available for an experienced, self-motivated part time Administrative Assistant/Data Entry Clerk with excellent organizational skills. If you are a positive, independent, reliable and organized person this could be the job for you! Job Description: Maintain detailed database, must have working knowledge Microsoft Excel and Word. Must be able and willing to learn new database system and any other computer related programs as necessary.  REQUIREMENTS & QUALIFICATIONS:  High School diploma; AAS or BS degree preferred. Strong organizational and communication skills. Basic computer skills a must. Excellent attention to detail  Maintain professionalism at all times. Job Duties May Include: Maintaining detailed records by updating account information. Maintain and organize physical and electronic files as directed. Professionally handling in-bound and out-bound calls. Contributing to team effort by supporting other team members when needed.  Other hiring requirements: drug screening. Please submit resumes to rivers@riversorg.com

NY1111149 Medical Equipment Installer/Repairs
Location: Rochester, NY

We are a local provider of the most trusted brands of mobility and accessibility equipment available today.  Our local staff of consultants and service personnel installs and services auto lifts, stair lifts, turning seats, modular ramps, platforms lifts, and more.  We are part of the first and only franchise of Durable Medical equipment; however we are independently owned and operate in Upstate NY. Job Description: This position will have a combination of skills relevant to: Electricians, General Contractors, installers of equipment and well-rounded maintenance people. We are looking to provide a confident, self-motivated and independent person an opportunity to join a successful and growing accessibility company. The job will require the ability to work independently and involves trouble shooting, mechanical aptitude, interpreting wiring diagrams and blue prints, and time management.  You will be asked to repair and install stair lifts, wheelchair lifts, auto lifts and ceiling lifts.  This position will include a considerable amount of lifting.  There will also be some work that will require overnight stays out of town.  You will need to have the ability to drive large vans and tow a cargo trailer.  Benefits include usage of a company vehicle during work hours, competitive pay, and paid vacation.  The intent of the position is to create a long term career.  We are a small business and rely on all of our employees to contribute for the mutual benefits of all.  An employee who excels at their position is compensated accordingly. A background check will be done on all potential candidates and a clean NYS driver’s license is required.  If you feel you have the characteristics that would benefit our company please forward a resume with minimum salary requirements. Apply to: placement@rochesterworks.org by 11/28/14. Please include Medical Equipment Installer/Repairs in the subject line.
 
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XXXXXX, Part-Time Executive Administrative Assistant
JML Optical Industries, Rochester
DUTIES: Performs a variety of administrative & executive support tasks that are highly confidential and sensitive. Prepares agenda and collects information for Board presentations. Manages and maintains schedules and coordinates travel, hotel arrangements and/or events for the Executive Team. Prepares reports, memos, letters, other documents, using word processing, spreadsheet, database, or presentation software. Files and retrieves confidential corporate documents, records, and reports. Reads and analyzes incoming memos, submissions, and reports to determine their significance and plan their distribution. Opens, sort, and distributes incoming correspondence, including faxes and email. Prepares responses to correspondence containing routine inquiries. Other duties as assigned by Executive Team. MINIMUM POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Associate’s Degree in Business Administration or similar business degree program. Minimum of five years’ experience in an executive-level support role. Must be able to work in office environment and manufacturing floor which includes: routine walking, talking, sitting, standing, seeing, light lifting. High-level experience with administrative procedures and systems such as word processing, managing files and records, designing forms, and other office procedures. Proficiency in MS Office applications including Excel, Word and Power Point. Excellent writing and proof-reading skills. Must have a friendly, professional and customer-service oriented demeanor. This includes ability to assess needs, meet quality standards for services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction. U.S. Citizen/U.S. Permanent Resident. Only applicants meeting the MINIMUM position qualifications should apply. Please send resume and cover letter including salary requirements and reference “Executive Administrative Assistant” in cover letter or email subject line when responding to this posting. JML Optical Industries, LLC - Human Resources, 820 Linden Avenue, Rochester, NY 14625OR elainet@jmloptical.com. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

XXXXXX, Optical Technical
JML Optical Industries, Rochester
Primary Position Responsibilities: Focus on Spherical & Cylindrical Optical Elements rind and polish Optical Elements using conventional methods Program and run Opti-Pro, and OptoTech high speed grinders and polishers. Program and run SatisLoh, and Schneider centering machines. Operate core drill, band saw, and blanchards. Run double side planetary grinders and polishers. Cleaning and cosmetic inspection of finished optics. Set up, calibrate, and test lenses using a Zygo interferometer. Collect and store mechanical data using Microsoft Word, and Excel. Minimum Position Qualifications: Two years minimum experience as an optical technician Experience with Cylindrical Optical Elements a plus. High school diploma. Ability to read basic engineering drawings. Must display an understanding of basic mathematics. Experience with micrometers, calipers, optical comparators, and interferometers preferred. U.S. Citizen/Permanent Resident Physical Requirements – must be able to perform with or without accommodation: Walking, sitting, standing; Use hands to manipulate small devices & mechanical equipment, etc.; Talking/hearing to communicate, convey & exchange information frequently with extreme accuracy: Sight ability to recognize and decipher diagrams, blueprints, details, use of computer, etc. Please include wage requirements and reference Optical Technician when responding to this posting. JML Optical Industries, LLC 820 Linden Avenue, Rochester, NY 14625 Attn: HR Manager or careers@jmloptical.com. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

XXXXXX, Opto Mechanical Manufacturing Engineer
JML Optical Industries, Rochester
JML Optical is seeking an Opto-Mechancial/Manufacturing Engineer to lead a cross-functional team to develop and execute business critical programs. These programs will be identified by the Sales and Leadership teams but may also include early stage involvement from this individual or members or his/her team, which may include driving the product concept from early stage development and design, to the manufacturing hand-off process. This team will develop the tools, specifications, and manufacturing processes required to ensure all of the customer’s specifications are met. Key Responsibilities (Must be able to perform with or without accommodation): Assist/Lead opto-mechanical alignment initiative in developing new processes and capabilities which augment our optical products. Develop and maintain project plan including schedules, deliverables, actions, etc. solely or in conjunction with sales. Develop and maintain control of documentation; including engineering drawings, all specifications and procedures (i.e. process flow maps, PFMEA, control plans, work instructions, routers).Create mechanical designs on tooling, fixtures, test set ups and follow through with build. Coordinate/manage product and process design reviews where applicable. Create, mitigate, and mange a technical project risk portfolio. Author or co-author with the quality team, the product “Quality Plan”. Provide input into the estimating process and potential vendor sourcing. Specify and/or design manufacturing equipment, working with contractors and suppliers during builds. Help develop test plans and other supporting engineering documents. Determine root cause of quality problems and drive process improvements. Provide technical support to sales and manufacturing groups as required. Customer interaction and exchange is required at all levels. Minimum Qualifications & Background: Applicant should have a bachelor's degree in Optical, Mechanical or Manufacturing/Process Engineering along with 10+ years of relevant work experience in a manufacturing environment. Proven mechanical design capability a must, CAD, Product View, etc. Program/Project Management experience; specifically in the areas of project communication, risk analysis, budgeting, and scheduling. The role requires a hands-on approach and the ability to work closely with engineering and manufacturing personnel. Excellent communication and written skills are required. Must be able to effectively present data and issues to all levels of the organization. Proven ability to develop, improve, and control manufacturing processes. A working knowledge of ISO, ITAR, Mil specs, and FDA are necessary. LEAN manufacturing, SIX SIGMA, experience a plus. Physical Requirements – must be able to perform with or without accommodation: Walking, sitting, standing; Use hands to operate a computer, other office productivity equipment, lab equipment, etc.; Talking/hearing to Communicate, Convey & Exchange information frequently with extreme accuracy to customers/employees: Sight ability to recognize and decipher customer diagrams, contracts, details, use of computer, etc. Only applicants meeting the MINIMUM position qualifications should apply.  Please send resume and cover letter including salary requirements and reference “Opto-Mechanical Manufacturing Engineer” in cover letter or email subject line when apply for this position.  Submit resume t  JML Optical Industries, LLC 820 Linden Avenue, Rochester, NY 14625 Attn: HR Manager or careers@jmloptical.com. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or veteran status.

XXXXXX, Housecleaner
More Than a Maid, Rochester
30 hours per week. Employee will visit homes in the area to provide cleaning services. We provide detailed service and maintain a professional relationship with all of our customers. All will start as a "Helper" at $9.00 per hour. We hope to develop all workers to become maids earning $10.00 per hour. Additional raises given to "Leaders". Most work is daytime residential cleaning however we also have opportunities for after hour office cleaning or floor mechanics. Candidate must have valid license and own a reliable vehicle. Communication is important; you should have a reliable cell phone. You must be reliable and report to worksite as scheduled. Must have an aptitude for cleaning and enjoy working with homeowners (and their pets). You may work as a team or independently. You may be required to access online forms using your smart phone (time sheets, availability reports, mileage reports). The online application may be used to provide basic information. You may request an application or email resume to careers@morethanamaid.net

XXXXXX, Custodial Service Worker
Datrose, Rochester
DATROSE is currently assessing all applicants for custodial service positions that will be needed. Main Shift looking for is 5:00am - 1:30pm Mon-Fri. Great hours for someone looking to get out early. If you or someone you know is open to the Custodial Services field and want to work with a sought after local client with very good benefits and long term possibilities, please spread the word and apply. Experience is helpful but will highly consider those with no experience if have previously demonstrated stellar work ethic, positive attitude and have a commitment to learn and work. Rochester NY location. Starts @ $10.11/hour. Will be assessed on a monthly basis on how you met expectations. If hired after 3 months, will see a pay rate increase.  Position will include cleaning of buildings, trash removal, dusting, vacuuming, carpets, cleaning of public furniture and areas, window washing and light maintenance. REQUIREMENTS: HS Diploma / GED. Prefer past experience but will highly consider applicants with NO experience. Must have previously demonstrated excellent work ethic which includes being on time and taking pride in attendance. Excellent customer service and quick learning curve. Basic Computer skills. Ability to lift 50lbs. Ability to walk often as well as kneeling and bending. Experience with stripping, waxing and buffering floors is a plus. If chosen, must be able to successfully complete application verification and internal process.  Click here to apply or email ROCCareers@datrose.com.

XXXXXX, Medicaid Service Coordinator
ARC of Monroe, Rochester
Acts as a 'broker' of service to identify, coordinate and link services in the community to the individual that allows intellectual and developmentally disabled individuals and their families to achieve personal goals and meet preferences and needs. Completes the Individual Service Plan (ISP) which outlines realistic goals and indicates the resources that will be used to achieve the individual’s goals.  Associates Degree in Human Services.  One year experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. To apply:  www.arcmonroe.org (go to information tab, current opportunities tab).

XXXXXX, Individual Support and Employment Specialist
ARC of Monroe, Rochester
Work directly with adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in a day program to promote individual independence, individualization, productivity, community inclusion, personal choice, safety and well-being, and employment readiness.  Provide hands-on assistance, instruction, and guidance on an individual, small, and large group basis in the development of skills, as outlined in service plans, to individuals as appropriate. High School degree and two (2) years’ experience in a human service position, preferably in a sheltered workshop setting, vocational program, day habilitation or day treatment program, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. To apply:  www.arcmonroe.org (go to information tab, current opportunities tab).

XXXXXX, Creative Arts Coordinator
ARC of Monroe, Rochester
Provides creative arts instruction for individuals and groups.  Develops and implements arts curriculum and/or programs as requested.  Provide supervision, guidance, and support to staff and individuals. Provides coordination of individual services and ongoing advocacy and education/training. One year of experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Bachelor of Arts in creative arts field or Bachelors of Arts in Arts Education or related field.  To apply:  www.arcmonroe.org (go to information tab, current opportunities tab).

Thermo Fisher has the following positions available.  HVAC Technician, Marketing Business Director, Blow Molding Technician, Inspector Packer, Packaging Engineer, Senior Process Engineer, Manufacturing Team Lead, Principal Engineer, Senior Product Quality Engineer. Click here to apply.

The City of Rochester is accepting applications for Police Paralegal/Bilingual/Temporary/1 Year. Click here to view the full posting and apply.

XXXXXX, Position Title: Lead Teacher
Generations, Rochester
Position Purpose: To plan and implement developmentally appropriate programming for the classroom assigned. Monitors each child’s development and plan programming to maximize skill development. Communicate regularly with families to exchange information about child’s development. Communicate with supervisors and co-workers to ensure efficient delivery of services. Essential Duties including but not limited t Classroom/Program Management: Plan, carry out and assess developmentally appropriate activities and experiences within the classroom and posts these activities in an attractive and inviting lesson plan. Uses a variety of teaching techniques including modeling, observing, demonstrating, open-ended questioning and reinforcing.  Ensures that all activities offered are carried out in a safe and efficient manner. Provides positive guidance to children that include positive language, positive reinforcement and redirecting. Offers variety and is flexible when planning activities for the children. Keeps classroom clean, neat, organized and inviting to children and families. Children/Parent Interactions Uses appropriate language and tone when talking with the children. Promotes self-esteem while encouraging self-help skills. Shows warmth and affection for all children in the center. Promotes the daily exchange of information about children’s activities and progress to families. Accommodate the family’s instructions for daily care routines when able. Follow developmentally appropriate practices. Holds bi-annual parent-teacher conferences. Be available to conference with families at other times as needed. Maintains confidentiality when discussing issues relating to any child. Communicates with potential families on tours to offer information specific to their classroom. Staff Relations Responsible for the development and maintenance of a cooperative team approach. Participates in regular staff meetings. Participates in a yearly program evaluation.  Offers leadership to assistant teacher and other co-workers throughout the center. Other Job Responsibilities Participates in workshops and trainings according to the Office of Children and Family Services regulations, National Accreditation, and also pursues additional professional development as appropriate.(Annual requirement of 30 hours of training) Stays current with Generations policies, OCFS regulations, National Accreditation guidelines and other pertinent regulations (CACFP, Health Department). Communication Daily, in person contact with families, co-workers and supervisors to exchange information related to care and development of children in your care. Written correspondence to monitor development, record accidents, illnesses, medication administration and any other pertinent information. Qualifications Education: A minimum of a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential or 12 credit hours in Early Childhood Education with plans to continue further education. Additional ongoing professional and educational development is required. Knowledge: Thorough knowledge of early childhood developmentally appropriate practices. Working knowledge of the regulatory environment. Current CPR and First Aid certificates. Medical Administration Training (MAT) certification or is willing to complete the MAT. Experience: At least 1 year of program experience. Skills: Strong leadership and excellent oral and written communication skills. Diplomacy and human relation skills needed. Model behaviors that support the overall philosophy and design of the organization. Physical/Mental Abilities: Must be physically and mentally able to provide daily, routine care of young children. Must be able to properly supervise children by sight and sound. Must be able to react quickly when safety concerns arise. Ability to act quickly in emergency situations. Must be able to react quickly when safety concerns arise. To Apply Please submit application in person or by mail to any of our 7 locations. Additional information and Applications can be found at www.generations-care.com

XXXXXX, Assistant Teacher
Generations, Rochester
Classroom / Program Management: Assist with the implementation of activities and experiences within the group. Offer assessment information regarding the planned programming as requested. Use a variety of techniques when conducting activities including modeling, observing, demonstrating, open-ended questioning and reinforcement. Ensure that all activities offered are carried out in a safe, efficient, and motivating manner. Provide positive guidance to children that include positive language, positive reinforcement and redirecting. Consult with Lead Teacher and supervisors when necessary to ensure behavior plan is adhered to and follow through is completed. Be prepared with alternate activity from the plan book or games book when planned activity does not work out or when conditions prohibit follow through (weather, for example). Flexibility with all activities is essential. Assist with keeping classroom clean, neat, organized and inviting to children and families. Children / Parent Interactions Use appropriate language and tone when talking with the children. Promotes self-esteem while encouraging self-help skills. Show warmth and affection for all children in the group. Promote the daily exchange of information about children’s activities to families. Maintains confidentiality when discussing issues relating to any child. Other Job Responsibilities: Participate in workshops/trainings as appropriate. (Annual requirement of 30 hours of training is prorated for seasonal employees but full compliance is recommended for all.) Stay current with Generations policies, OCFS regulations, National Accreditation guidelines and other pertinent regulations (CACFP, Health Department, etc.). Communication Daily in person contact with families, co-workers and supervisors to exchange information related to care and development of children in your care. Written correspondence to implement programming, record accidents, illnesses, medication administration and any other pertinent information. Qualifications: Education: A minimum of a High School diploma or equivalent with completion of a Child Development Associate (CDA) or is willing to complete within first year of employment. Knowledge: Basic knowledge of programming. Basic knowledge of the regulatory environment. Current First Aid and CPR certificates required or is willing to complete First Aid and CPR within first year of employment. Experience: Entry level position. Experience not required, but preferred. Skills: Diplomacy and human relations skills needed. Support behaviors that are in line with the overall philosophy and design of the organization. Flexible to varied assignments and willingness to take direction from others. Physical/Mental Abilities: Must be physically and mentally able to provide daily routine care of children. Must be able to properly supervise children by sight and sound. Must be able to react quickly when safety concerns arise. Ability to act quickly in emergency situations. To Apply Please submit application in person or by mail to any of our 7 locations. Additional information and Applications can be found at www.generations-care.com

XXXXXX, Bus Driver
Generations, Rochester
Provide safe, efficient transportation for children and seniors enrolled in Generations programs while maintaining regulatory compliance. Essential Duties including but not limited t Complete required 19A, DOT, OCFS, and other documentation on the bus daily. Submit required paperwork to Director of Transportation as requested. Review blue cards and other paperwork weekly. Request missing/updated information from Site Directors weekly or as needed. Notify Director of Transportation of missing information. Review route list weekly. Conduct assigned daily route as described. Suggest changes to the Director of Transportation to make the route more efficient. Responsible for maintaining fuel and fluids daily ensuring there is an ample supply for the following days run at the end of each day. Maintain a clean, organized bus. Communicate effectively and professionally with families, center staff, other drivers, monitors, the Director of Transportation and other management staff. Ensure that any adults the children are released to have prior authorization via the blue card or other written notification from the family. Verify identification for any adult not known and match the identification to the written permission to release the child, following the OCFS Regulations and company policy. Communicate any mechanical issues or problems immediately with the bus to the Director of Transportation. Qualifications: Minimum High School Diploma or GED Commercial Driver’s License with P and S endorsements Clean Driver’s License/ Driving record Successfully pass 19A physical and agility test Ability to secure negative DOT drug and alcohol screening Minimum of 1 year experience as a qualified driver Flexible Ability to follow written and verbal instructions. Daily, in person contact with families, co-workers and supervisors to exchange information related to care and development of children in your care. Written correspondence to monitor development, record accidents, illnesses, medication administration and any other pertinent information. Physical/Mental Abilities: Must be physically and mentally able to provide daily supervision of children by sight and sound. Must be able to react quickly when safety concerns arise. Positions requires extended periods of sitting. To Apply Please submit application in person or by mail to any of our 7 locations. Additional information and Applications can be found at www.generations-care.com

XXXXXX, Bus Monitor
Generations, Rochester
Essential Duties including but not limited t Assist children with comfort and care measures while transporting. Monitors should respond and recognize when children are uncomfortable, frightened or otherwise upset. Assist with the completion of required documentation on the bus daily. Submit required paperwork to Director of Transportation as requested. Assist children getting on and off the bus at each stop. Ensure children are secured in the appropriate safety seats and bags/other belongings are stored safely. Assist with maintaining a clean organized bus. Communicate effectively and professionally with center staff, drivers, other monitors, the Director of Transportation and other management staff. Ensure that the adults the children are released to have prior authorization via the blue card or other written notification from the family. Verify identification from any adult not known, match the identification to the written permission to release child, following the OCFS Regulations and company policy. Seated on bus for optimum supervision of children. The monitor shall be alert at all times to the needs of the students and to interact when necessary. Become familiar with the emergency evacuation plan and be prepared to evacuate the bus in the event of an emergency. Assist in the evacuation procedures once a month. The monitor should be knowledgeable of the route. Monitors should know where to locate copy of the route, child and parent information (blue cards). The monitor is responsible for insuring all equipment that is not being used is placed in a proper storage area. A good working relationship between driver and monitor is based on respect for each other and for the children. Ability to lift/or carry children as required. Family Communication: Communication with families should be kept to a minimum. Efficiency with the route must be maintained. Prolonged conversations delay other scheduled stops and should be avoided. When a child’s behavior becomes a problem or issues arise during transportation, communication with families should be documented on a conduct or courtesy report. The report must then be discussed with the Director of Transportation and the Site Director. When families are not following the transportation agreement, communicate violations in writing on weekly attendance report. Enforcement of consequences will be determined by the Director of Transportation. When communication with families is necessary -- act professionally, maintain respect, and confidentially at all times. Report all communication with families to Director of Transportation and/or Site Director. Ensure mail/paperwork is passed/received to/from families at pick up or drop off as needed. Qualifications: Minimum High School Diploma or GED Flexible and ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing Ability to follow written and verbal instructions All bus monitors are required to successfully pass First Aid and CPR certification Physical/Mental Abilities: Must be physically and mentally able to provide daily supervision of children by sight and sound. Must be able to react quickly when safety concerns arise. Positions requires extended periods of sitting. To Apply Please submit application in person or by mail to any of our 7 locations. Additional information and Applications can be found at www.generations-care.com

XXXXXX, Youth Program Specialist
American Red Cross, Rochester
Responsibilities include:  Recruit, orient, & place volunteers in the youth program; coordinate the youth leadership program; supervise interns, youth & adult volunteers; build relationships with key stakeholders, such as schools, internally and externally; partners with advisory team on program planning; maintain volunteer database for youth program.  Please submit resume to time.erdley@redcross.org

NY1110004, Dental Claims Analyst
Health Economics Group, Rochester
General Description: Performs duties regarding processing of claims for dental plans. Primary Duties and Responsibilities: Processes claims for self-insured dental clients including data entry, auditing and edits as necessary. Responds to questions from clients, participants, and providers in person, by telephone and mail. Performs first time review of questionable claims, determining correct adjudication or referring to supervisor review as needed. Sends out FT and COB requests to providers and participants. Obtains COB information from other dental plans. Attends open enrollment meetings and benefit fairs as needed. Substitutes for absent staff as needed. Files completed batches and pretreatment estimates. Performs other duties as requested. Work Experience requirements: Dental assisting, dental billing or processing. Strong working knowledge of dental procedures and terminology. Good organizational skills. Strong customer service skills. Education requirements. Dental Assistant or Previous dental office experience.  Please submit resume to dental@heginc.com.

XXXXXX, Maintenance Mechanic
Advanced Atomization Technologies, Clyde
Position Summary: With limited guidance in a team environment, responsible for performing a variety of maintenance and repair tasks of a semi-complex scope and nature in one or more of the following areas: Plumbing, carpentry, painting, air conditioning, equipment and production machinery. Responsibilities: Under limited supervision and following established procedures; responsibilities may include some or all of the following: Assist in the removal, repair or relocating of machine tools; assist in the installation of air and water lines, align and adjust machines for production operation. Assist in diagnosing defects in equipment and make necessary repairs. Repair and perform preventative maintenance to various types of hydraulic equipment, machine tools, building plumbing and related equipment. Relocate production machinery and parts. Construct, install, maintain, repair and overhaul test stands, fixtures and related hydraulic equipment. Setup and operate arc and acetylene welding equipment. Perform high pressure tubing and hose fabrication and machine contamination control. Perform tube bending and piping fabrication for hydraulic and pneumatic application. Plan, layout and construct additions, partitions, benches, shipping boxes and other carpentry. Coordinate purchase, inventory delivery and pickup of hazardous material. Coordinate packaging, labeling, storing, and scheduling pickup of hazardous waste for offsite disposal. Perform other related responsibilities. Minimum Qualifications: Three years related maintenance experience or demonstrated ability to perform described responsibilities. May require familiarity with pump and valve overhaul procedures, especially aerospace associated equipment. Ability to work from blueprints and sketches. Possess required tools. May require ability to setup and operate carpentry, hand and power tools. May require working knowledge of national, state and local electrical codes. May require knowledge of general hydraulics technology, i.e. pumps, cylinders, accumulators, filters, & piping; tube bending, piping fabrication for hydraulic and pneumatic applications. May require knowledge of chemicals and their characteristics. May require a Hazardous Material Handling Certificate. Required to lift up to 50 pounds. May require forklift operator certificate. Must demonstrate manual dexterity and a willingness to learn. Demonstrates effective verbal and written skills along with the ability to work in a team environment. Observes all company policies and procedures, including safety rules, and maintains a clean and orderly work area. Typical Mental and Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the team member is required to walk, stand, and sit for extended periods of time. The team member is required to demonstrate manual dexterity and use hands to operate machinery. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision. Also expected of the team member is regular attendance and the ability to work cooperatively and professionally with others. May be required to lift up to 50 lbs. The essential functions have been provided as examples of types of work performed by team members assigned to this job classification. The Company reserves the right to modify work assignments and/or to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified team members can perform the essential functions of the job. The physical and mental demands described above are representative of those required to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.)Due to the Company’s military contractor status, the applicant must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, and must provide evidence of citizenship or immigration status upon applying for the position. Advanced Atomization Technologies proudly supports Affirmative Action and is an equal opportunity employer/VEVRAA Federal Contractor. “Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran.  Click here to apply.

XXXXXX, CNC Machinist
Advanced Atomization Technologies, Clyde
POSITION SUMMARY: Operates two or more production machines working from blueprints, sketches, and route sheets. Contributes to lean initiatives to increase productivity and reduce costs. Works with general guidance in a team environment. RESPONSIBILITIES: Under limited supervision and following established procedures; responsibilities may include some or all of the following: Sets up and runs production machines. Performs machine operations (including reworking parts) such as cutting, shaping, deburring, forming, drilling, and reaming parts, where the materials, tooling, and sequence of operations have been pre-planned and established. Makes necessary machine adjustments and reports improper functioning or cutting action for correction. Performs operations such as tapping, spot-facing, chamfering, countersinking, and counter boring to close tolerances. Aligns and fastens parts using standard fixtures and established methods. Adjusts feeds, speeds, and depth of cut to machine quality parts, per documentation. Removes burrs, sharp edges, tool marks, or other irregularities from machined parts. Burring operations involve general production parts ranging from the simplest to the more complex. Inspects parts for conformance to specifications using measuring instruments, gages, and comparators. Uses various types of magnification equipment to detect and avoid damage to surfaces and critical areas. Visually inspects parts for burrs and damaged machined surfaces. Routinely maintains equipment to ensure cleanliness, accuracy, and reliability specific to division requirements. Accurately and regularly performs all statistical process control (SPC) specific to division requirements. Actively participates in lean initiatives by identifying and providing suggestions on areas for improvement. Applies lean concepts and tools in work area. Observes all company policies and procedures, including safety rules, and maintains a clean and orderly work area. Performs other related responsibilities, as requested. Minimum Qualifications: Two years related machining experience. Able to read and follow blueprints, specifications, and verbal instructions. Has working knowledge of machine shop mathematics, may include trigonometry. Effectively applies lean initiatives. Vertical Milling Center (VMC) experience and experience making tool / work offsets. Set-up experience, reading / editing of G/M-code, and experience with a FANUC control a plus.Ability to use measuring equipment (ex: comparator, micrometers, calipers, pin or wire gauges, etc.).Interprets reports and uses job specific software applications. Able to use employee self-service systems to access on-line information and use specialized automated systems (i.e., PMR, TORS, e-mail).Effectively demonstrates team member competencies and participates in goal setting, performance feedback, and self-development activities. Must demonstrate manual dexterity and a willingness to learn. Demonstrates effective verbal and written skills along with the ability to work in a team environment. Observes all company policies and procedures, including safety rules, and maintains a clean and orderly work area. Typical Mental and Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the team member is required to walk, stand, and sit for extended periods of time. The team member is required to demonstrate manual dexterity and use hands to operate machinery. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision. Also expected of the team member is regular attendance and the ability to work cooperatively and professionally with others. May be required to lift up to 50 lbs. (The essential functions have been provided as examples of types of work performed by team members assigned to this job classification. The Company reserves the right to modify work assignments and/or to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified team members can perform the essential functions of the job. The physical and mental demands described above are representative of those required to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.)Due to the Company’s military contractor status, the applicant must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, and must provide evidence of citizenship or immigration status upon applying for the position. Advanced Atomization Technologies proudly supports Affirmative Action and is an equal opportunity employer/VEVRAA Federal Contractor. “Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran”. Click here to apply.

XXXXXX, NDT Level I
Advanced Atomization Technologies, Clyde
Position Summary: With limited direct supervision, is responsible for performing a variety of simple to complex operation and inspection procedures involving liquid penetrant/zyglo and/or x-ray operations. Will be required to capably perform all related tasks as dictated by the specific job function. Once proficient and required certifications are passed, Team Member can be considered for a NDT Level II position. Responsibilities: Under limited supervision and following established procedures; responsibilities may include some or all of the following: Perform a variety of approved liquid penetrant/zyglo and/or x-ray operations and inspections. Must meet examination requirements. Read, interpret, and understand appropriate drawings, procedures and instructions. Operate all required machinery and equipment. Perform routine maintenance on equipment and tolling as required. Work closely with supervision and other team members to ensure that production requirements and schedules are met. Assist and/or instruct others in daily activities as needed. Maintain appropriate knowledge and ability levels to efficiently perform all assigned work and utilize this knowledge to become proficient on new/unfamiliar assignments. (Period examinations required to maintain certification.)Maintain a satisfactory level of performance while following appropriate procedures and observing all pertinent safety rules and requirements. Maintain work areas and equipment in organized, clean, and foreign object damage (FOD) - free manner. Work towards meeting the Madcap Accreditation. Perform any other responsibilities as required and/or directed. Minimum Qualifications: Must have a completed High School Diploma or equivalent. Completed NDT Training Certificate preferred. Ability to read, write and understand instructions, procedures and drawings. Computer literacy required. Must be able to enter quality data into the Division database. Successfully complete eye test. Good knowledge of machining and assembly procedures, as well as welding, heat transfer, and brazing processes. Must demonstrate good judgment, good interpersonal communication skills and be willing to work effectively as a participative team member. Must demonstrate manual dexterity and a willingness to learn. Must meet and maintain all requirements of Level I and Level II zyglo inspector certification and a Level I and II x-ray operator certification in accordance with appropriate specifications. Demonstrates effective verbal, written, and the ability to work in a team environment. Typical Mental and Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the team member is required to walk, stand, and sit for extended periods of time. The team member is required to demonstrate manual dexterity and use hands to operate machinery. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision. Also expected of the team member is regular attendance and the ability to work cooperatively and professionally with others. May be required to lift up to 50lbs. (The essential functions have been provided as examples of types of work performed by team members assigned to this job classification. The Company reserves the right to modify work assignments and/or to make reasonable accommodations so that qualified team members can perform the essential functions of the job. The physical and mental demands described above are representative of those required to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.)In order to achieve NDT Level II: Team Member will be trained to meet the job requirements of the NDT Level II position. Classroom and on the job training with minimally total 1600 hours. Team Member is expected to achieve acceptable scores on closed book written and practical examinations per Division standards. Achieve acceptable passing scores on periodic examinations as required. Due to the Company’s military contractor status, the applicant must be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, and must provide evidence of citizenship or immigration status upon applying for the position. Advanced Atomization Technologies proudly supports Affirmative Action and is an equal opportunity employer/VEVRAA Federal Contractor. “Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran. Click here to apply.

XXXXXX, Research Specialist
Community Place, Rochester
Under the direct supervision of the Director of Aging Services the Research Specialist will be responsible for managing the day-to-day evaluation of a peer-to-peer support program designed to help older adults age in their homes. The individual will collaborate closely and maintain regular communication with researchers at the University of Wisconsin and the Alliance for Children and Families along with other various Rochester based agencies. The individual will be responsible for ensuring that study data are collected rigorously and completely, within the guidelines of ethical human subject research and are responsible for maintaining confidentiality of the data. Recruit participants to the study and screen for eligibility via the telephone and maintain project management databases and records, including some data entry.  Recruit participants to the study and screen for eligibility via the telephone and maintain project management databases and records, including some data entry. Manage research budgets; maintain inventory of supplies, order new equipment, maintain equipment. Manage research program on day-to-day basis to ensure the project is meeting its milestones and proactively communicating with other study staff if goals are not being met. BA Degree is required.  Preferred:  Graduate Degree in Public Health or related field.  Please submit resume to HR@communityplace.org

NY1111149, DME Repair Technician
We are a local provider of the most trusted brands of mobility and accessibility equipment available today.  Our local staff of consultants and service personnel installs and services auto lifts, stair lifts, turning seats, modular ramps, platforms lifts, and more.  We are part of the first and only franchise of Durable Medical equipment; however we are independently owned and operate in Upstate NY. Job Description: This position will have a combination of skills relevant t Electricians, General Contractors, installers of equipment and well-rounded maintenance people. We are looking to provide a confident, self-motivated and independent person an opportunity to join a successful and growing accessibility company. The job will require the ability to work independently and involves trouble shooting, mechanical aptitude, interpreting wiring diagrams and blue prints, and time management.  You will be asked to repair and install stair lifts, wheelchair lifts, auto lifts and ceiling lifts.  This position will include a considerable amount of lifting.  There will also be some work that will require overnight stays out of town.  You will need to have the ability to drive large vans and tow a cargo trailer.  Benefits include usage of a company vehicle during work hours, competitive pay, and paid vacation.  The intent of the position is to create a long term career.  We are a small business and rely on all of our employees to contribute for the mutual benefits of all.  An employee who excels at their position is compensated accordingly. A background check will be done on all potential candidates and a clean NYS driver’s license is required.  If you feel you have the characteristics that would benefit our company please forward a resume with minimum salary requirements. Apply to placement@rochesterworks.org by 11/28/14. Please include DME Repair Technician in the subject line

XXXXXX, Heavy Equipment Mechanic
Joe Johnson Equipment, Rochester
The Heavy Equipment Mechanic will perform mechanical repairs, hydraulic and electrical troubleshooting, and PDIs on a variety of equipment that is sold and serviced by JJE. POSITION REQUIREMENTS/QUALIFICATIONS: Heavy Equipment or Transport Certified Mechanic Must have valid driver’s license with a clean driver’s abstract Possession of a CDL, NYS Inspector’s license preferred Ability to read and understand electrical and hydraulic schematics Must be able to work under tight timelines in a busy environment Demonstrated ability to work well independently and to work safely Demonstrated team player and willing to assist others when required Must be willing to attend road calls as required by customer needs If you are looking for a new opportunity with a competitive compensation package, then we at Joe Johnson Equipment welcome your application. We encourage applications from all qualified persons, however only those who are being considered for the position will be contacted. Please send applications to Email: careers@jjei.com. or Fax: 1-888-362-3806.

XXXXXX, Senior Mechanical Engineer
Stantec Consulting, Rochester
Duties will include but are not limited to; Project management; preparation of specific project proposals and resulting contracts, project implementation plans, resource planning, quality control and design review, project team review and coordination, client and financial management. Mechanical engineering lead; overseeing the engineering & design of; plumbing / fire protection / HVAC and other mechanical systems for new and renovated buildings. Mechanical engineering; completion of actual designs including the completion of code reviews, preparation of the basis of design, system calculations, mark-up of drawings, specification preparation, field investigations, construction estimating and site inspections and other such design as required to execute the mechanical construction for new or renovated buildings. Some travel to site locations or other Stantec offices may be required. Click here to apply.

XXXXXX, Transportation Engineer/Planner
Stantec Consulting, Rochester
Transportation Planner/Engineer to assist in a wide variety of sustainable transportation projects. Those projects include planning studies, feasibility studies, corridor studies, and traffic studies that may include multi-modal planning/design, parking, transit, travel demand management and safety for both private entities and public agencies.  BS or MS in Civil Engineering or planning degree, Professional License/Certification (PE or AICP) desired. Experience with software packages such as HCS, Synchro, VISSIM, GIS, and illustration or publication software preferred Three to ten years transportation engineering/ planning experience, a Master Degree desirable. .  Working knowledge of multi-modal simulation models, urban streets, signalized intersections, roundabouts, Interchange and freeway segments. Click here to apply.

XXXXXX, Senior Structural/Bridge Engineer
Stantec Consulting, Rochester
Our Rochester NY Transportation Group is seeking an experienced and talented Mid to Senior level Structural/Bridge Engineer with 5 to 15 years of relevant work experience and with strong design and analysis skills to join our team and work alongside engineering professionals who provide specialized engineering services in the bridge, road/highway group at Stantec. This position is primarily a design/analysis role with some field responsibilities.  5 to 15 years bridge design experience; in New York (preferred). NY PE license desirable or ability to obtain within 6 months. Click here to apply.

Ted Hosmer has the following positions available.  Pickup Truck and Loader Operators, Plow commercial properties per routes. On Call Basis: 24 – 7. Need Experience.  Salt Truck operator: Salt commercial properties per route. Need CDL B License On Call Basis 24 – 7. Sidewalk. Tech Shovel commercial Property Sidewalks. Need to operate Snow blowers and sidewalk equipment. On Call Basis 24 – 7. Positions may lead to full time summer employment. Click here to apply.



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