Who’s Hiring in Jefferson County

hiringA look at which local companies have employment opportunities in Jefferson County and surrounding areas.

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Featured Jobs



Production Workers- New Starting Rate!
Commodore Homes of Pennsylvania

Commodore Homes of Pennsylvania, in Shppenville, currently has openings for Production Workers with a NEW starting rate!.

NEW STARTING RATE
Salary:
New employees start from day one at $20.00/hour for their 45 day probationary period.
After the 45 day probationary period, base rate for production groups will be $22.00/hour.
When an employee is working for a production group, the hourly rate is based on Union contract incentive system; last five months average was $26.40/hour.

About Commodore:
Commodore Homes of Pennsylvania is a division of Cavco Industries which is one of the largest modular and manufactured home builders in the United States, with multiple divisions and sales nationwide. Commodore Homes of Pennsylvania is well known throughout the industry for high quality, innovative designs, and beautiful homes. Our enviable position is made possible by our long-term stable workforce, with highly trained and skilled crafts people dedicated to building homes.

Their longevity and success are based on a few simple beliefs:

  • Provide our employees with the best tools, training, and support for a satisfying career
  • Build a great home at a fair price, creating affordable quality for our homeowners
  • Work with the best builders and retailers, and help them be successful

UNION PRODUCTION EMPLOYEES
Commodore Homes is looking to add to their Production Team and they’re seeking motivated individuals with a great work ethic and drive to succeed. Candidates with or without experience are encouraged to apply to start a fulfilling career, as this is an excellent opportunity to learn new skills and trades because on-the-job training is provided for all of our production positions.

This candidate would have the opportunity to learn about and gain experience in various functions of residential home construction including the following:

  • Carpentry
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Welding
  • Siding
  • Carpet Laying
  • Cabinet Building/ Installation
  • Forklift Operating
  • And More

Skills and Qualifications:
An ideal Production Employee will be dependable, team-oriented, safety-conscious, and enjoy working with their hands.

Candidates applying should also show the following skills and qualifications:

  • Ability to follow directions accurately
  • Attention to detail and organization skills
  • Efficiency
  • Good time management skills

Salary:
New employees start from day one at $20.00/hour for their 45 day probationary period.
After the probationary period, base rate for production groups will be $22.00/hour.
When an employee is working for a group, the hourly rate is based on Union contract incentive system; last five months average was $26.40/hour.

Schedule:
This position is full-time, Monday-Friday, day shift.

Benefits Include:

  • Paid Vacation Time Off
  • Paid Personnel Time Off
  • Company Paid Pension Contributions
  • 401K
  • Health Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Company Paid Life Insurance
  • Company Paid AD&D Insurance
  • 10 Paid Holidays
  • Safety Incentive Program
  • Longevity Pay

TO APPLY:
Applications are accepted via Indeed/Glassdoor or apply in person at 20898 Paint Blvd, Shippenville, PA 16254. Applicants can also call them at 814-226-9210 for an email to send resumes to.



CDL A Drivers
Klapec Trucking Company

Klapec Trucking Company in Reno is now hiring CDL A Drivers.

Are you interested in a career worth $90,000/yr? At Klapec Trucking Co. in Reno, that is what their Class A CDL Driver’s average. KTC wants you to be successful and enjoy most weekends at home. KTC has generous benefits and a vacation package to ensure an optimal work/life balance.

“Your Success is our Success!!”

Choose KTC for your Lifelong Career.

Apply online at:
KlapecTrucking.com or call 888-8-KLAPEC

Klapec Trucking Co.
1643 Allegheny Blvd
Reno, PA 16343



Caseworker 1- Intake
Clarion County Children and Youth Services

Clarion County Children and Youth Services currently has an opening for a Caseworker 1- Intake.

POSITION: Caseworker 1-Intake- Non-exempt, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA

PAY GRADE: $13.59/hour starting rate, Eligible for two 2.5% raises after completion of Foundations training and another 2.5% raise with promotion to Caseworker 2.

BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 yearly stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

POSTING DATE: Monday, January 10, 2022

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday, January 24, 2022 at 4:00 p.m.

QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences.

HOW TO APPLY:
A County application and copy of your transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.

Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php

OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB:
To perform intake assessments for all individuals entering the county human service programs, provide daytime and after-hours coverage for protective services of Children and Youth Services. The primary function of the after-hours work is to assure the immediate safety of children through the provision of assessment and referral to community-based services.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB

  1. Conducts intake or assessment interviews to determine immediate needs of children and families.
  2. Provides crisis and/or supportive counseling to stabilize children and families.
  3. Provides walk-in, telephone, and mobile crisis intervention services to children and families.
  4. Investigates allegations of sexual abuse, assesses risk, assures safety of child(ren) and if appropriate, makes referrals for ongoing treatment.
  5. Investigates allegations of physical abuse, sexual abuse, assesses risk, assures safety and if appropriate, makes referrals for ongoing treatment.
  6. Assesses individuals for need of emergency mental health services.
  7. Provides information, referral and other required services to individuals and/or families of developmental disabilities or substance abuse services.
  8. Assists the individual in the development or enhancement of their natural support systems.
  9. Develops and implements service plans for individuals based on preventing further abuse from occurring.
  10. Provides for necessary arrangements according to individual’s needs; makes referrals/contacts to other community services/agencies to help fulfill the service plan.
  11. Maintains accurate documentation and records on individuals.
  12. Attends court hearings and writes reports as needed.
  13. Testifies in court, if necessary, regarding children’s needs; prepares summaries for court as requested.
  14. Prepares required reports as mandated by federal, state, or county policies and procedures.
  15. Completes necessary filing and maintenance of records.
  16. Utilizes computer and other office equipment as needed.
  17. Maintains statistics on pertinent data base and completes required paperwork/reports.
  18. Assists individuals in making appointments, including helping the individual arrange transportation. Transports individual as a last resort.
  19. Travels periodically and makes home visits to individuals as necessary to complete the investigatory process.

OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

  1. Attends staffings, training, and other meetings as required.
  2. Attends meetings, training, and seminars as necessary.
  3. Attends certification trainings as required under Act 151 of the Child Protective Services Law, Title 23 PA. C.S.
  4. Required to work flexible schedule in order to meet the needs of consumers.
  5. Performs other job-related work as required.

QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences; or successful completion of 6-month probationary period as Caseworker Intern; or an equivalent combination of education or related experience unless regulatory requirements state otherwise. Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license.

CLEARANCES:

  • Must work in conjunction with the employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
  • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:
Incumbent must demonstrate the ability to work with minimal supervision. Must be able to formulate an immediate plan of action while in the field, with little or no direct supervisory links. Formal supervision provided by Casework Supervisor.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. Works indoors in adequate workspace, lighting, temperatures, and ventilation.
  2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise, but subject to frequent disruptions and stress.
  3. Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt.
  4. Works in conditions of potential outbursts or disruptive behavior of individuals.
  5. Travels frequently during all seasons and is exposed to outdoor elements, including snow and icy roadways.
  6. Works frequently outside the office and is exposed to above-average dust/dirt/odors and smoke.
  7. Works non-traditional hours and maintains flexible work schedule.

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS:

  1. Must possess above-average ability to record, convey, and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions.
  2. Usually performs job functions in a high-stress environment.
  3. Must be able to sit and/or drive for long periods throughout the workday with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting, and reaching as necessary to carry out essential duties of job.
  4. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; feet/legs; torso as necessary to carry out duties of job.
  5. Sedentary work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of fifty (50) pounds.
  6. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position.
  7. Must be able to physically and mentally react quickly in the event of a disturbance or physical outbreak.
  8. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work.
  9. Must have above-average ability to think clearly and act decisively.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner in order to carry out essential job duties.
  2. Must possess effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  3. Must possess initiative and problem-solving skills.
  4. Must possess the ability to function independently, have flexibility, and the ability to work effectively with individuals, co-workers, and others.
  5. Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to individuals’ information and records.
  6. Must possess ability to operate personal computer and related software, to type and utilize other office equipment, and to prepare required reports.
  7. Must possess ability to make accurate observations and documentation of it in regard to individuals’ needs and make determinations of risk assessment.
  8. Must possess the academic knowledge and some skill in promoting therapies and social service work and skills with children and youth and families.
  9. Must possess knowledge of child development and the ability to conduct assessments and investigations.
  10. Must possess ability to provide structured and unstructured life skills instructions and guidance to individuals as needed.
  11. Must possess the ability to express empathy and understanding to all individuals.
  12. Must be able to interact effectively with children and youth, department staff, counselors, attorneys, and the courts.
  13. Must be able to work effectively with persons involved in the criminal and/or juvenile justice system.
  14. Must be able to rapidly establish rapport with individuals having behavioral health, substance abuse, or intellectual challenges.
  15. Must have some knowledge of the judicial and court system as it relates to child services.
  16. Must have transportation available and a willingness to travel for work-related job duties.

HOW TO APPLY
A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which the county is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

Applications are available:

  • Online by visiting:
    www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
  • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
  • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday, January 24, 2022 at 4:00 p.m.

CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



Caseworker 1- Ongoing
Clarion County Children and Youth Services

Clarion County Children and Youth Services currently has an opening for a Caseworker 1- Ongoing.

POSITION: Caseworker 1-Ongoing, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA

PAY GRADE: $13.59/hour starting rate, Eligible for two 2.5% raises after completion of Foundations training and another 2.5% raise with promotion to Caseworker 2.

BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

POSTING DATE: Monday, Januuary 10, 2022

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday, Januuary 24, 2022 at 4:00 PM.

QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences.

HOW TO APPLY
A County application and copy of your transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.
Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php


OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB
To provide support to children and/or youth and families experiencing abuse, neglect, or other difficulties, and provide services, either directly or through service linkage, designed to improve family problem solving and coping strategies. An important aspect of this work is the employment of casework skills in obtaining essential information, counseling clients and family members, and help to utilize all available resources. As well, services must adhere to all agency policies and regulatory standards as established by law in such a manner as to prevent injury or risk. The population served shall be any Clarion County family whose child and/or children are at risk.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

  1. Conducts intake or preliminary interviews to determine needs of individuals/families.
  2. Provides protective and supportive services for abused or neglected children.
  3. Review all information gathered by the Intake Department
  4. Advocates for and empowers children and families.
  5. Provides advocacy and assesses degree of risk to child.
  6. Develops and implements plans for children and families based on assessed needs. This may include but is not limited to family service plans, risk assessments, and safety assessments.
  7. Monitors services provided by contracted agencies.
  8. Continually assesses the adequacy of client services plans and revises, when necessary, to achieve goals and objectives.
  9. Works in a team setting. Schedules, plans, and at times leads team meetings.
  10. Provides for necessary arrangements according to individual’s/family needs; makes referrals/contacts to other community services/agencies as necessary.
  11. Assists individuals in arranging appointments for themselves and family members; and provides transportation if needed.
  12. Teaches clients home and budget management, childcare, and parenting skills; and assists with housing, employment, recreation and living arrangements, as required.
  13. Attends court hearings, testifies, and writes reports approximately every three months.
  14. Maintains regular contacts with individuals, families, and/or guardians through home and office or school visits as required by regulation.
  15. Maintains accurate documentation. Prepares reports and other paperwork within timeframes mandated by federal or state regulation and/or county policy.
  16. Travels frequently and makes home visits at least per state regulations.
  17. Completes necessary filing and maintenance of records.
  18. Documents case activity through records, correspondence, and reports according to applicable policies and procedures.
  19. Utilizes computer to document all coordination activities in the CAPS database. Uses other office equipment such as fax machine, scanner, etc., as needed.
  20. Meet at least weekly with the Casework Supervisor to review service provision.
  21. Identify concerns to supervisor re: level of care received by children in their home or in placement, i.e., foster home, shelter, residential, residential treatment.
  22. Upon certification by the State as a Direct Service Worker, participate in the On-Call rotation for after-hours emergency services.
  23. Comply with the HIPAA privacy and security regulations that govern disclosure of protected health information and follow all procedures developed by the agency to comply with those regulations. Access to protected health information is limited as identified on the attached workforce designation.

OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

  1. Attends staffing, training and other meetings as required.
  2. Attends certification trainings as required under Act 151 of the Child Protective Services Law, Title 23 PA, C.S. and Chapter 6.
  3. Performs other job-related work as required.

QUALIFICATIONS
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences; or successful completion of 6-month probationary period as Caseworker Intern; or an equivalent combination of education or related experience unless regulatory requirements state otherwise. Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license.

CLEARANCES

  • Must work in conjunction with employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
  • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

SUPERVISION EXERCISED
None

SUPERVISION RECEIVED
Receives continuous instruction and regular supervision from Supervisor in regard to daily work duties.

WORKING CONDITIONS

  1. Works indoors with adequate workspace, lighting, temperatures, and ventilation.
  2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise, but subject to frequent disruptions and stress.
  3. Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt.
  4. Works in conditions of potential outbursts or disruptive behavior of clients.
  5. Travels frequently during all seasons and is exposed to outdoor elements, including snow and icy roadways.
  6. Works frequently outside the office and is exposed to above-average dust/dirt/odors and smoke.
  7. Occasionally works evenings or weekends as needed.

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS

  1. Must possess the ability to record, convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions.
  2. Must be able to sit and/or drive for long periods throughout the workday, with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting, and reaching as necessary to carry out essential duties of job.
  3. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands, feet/legs, torso necessary to carry out duties of job.
  4. Sedentary work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of ten pounds.
  5. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position.
  6. Must be able to physically and mentally react quickly in the event of a disturbance or physical outbreak.
  7. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

  1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner in order to carry out essential job duties.
  2. Must possess effective communication and interpersonal skills.
  3. Must possess initiative and problem-solving skills.
  4. Must possess the ability to function independently, have the flexibility and the ability to work effectively with individuals, families, co-workers, and others.
  5. Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to individual information and records.
  6. Must possess the ability to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant such action.
  7. Must possess the technical knowledge of operating personal computers and other office equipment.
  8. Must possess a valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License and daily access to reliable transportation. Travel will be throughout the county to complete assessments, monitor conditions, and provide interventions in the individual’s homes within the county.
  9. Must understand and comply with all mandatory reporting requirements of CYS.
  10. Must possess the principles and practices used in social service work, and the ability to apply those principles and practices within the scope of the position.
  11. Must possess knowledge of social, economic, and health problems and resources and be able to interact effectively with said resources on the individual’s behalf.
  12. Must possess the ability to conduct thorough, complete assessments using prescribed instruments and to determine the most appropriate, least restrictive level of care needed.
  13. Must possess the ability to plan and organize work and prepare adequate records and reports.
  14. Must possess the ability to practice organizational and stress management skills and to practice use of good judgment.
  15. Must possess the ability to deliver and evaluate appropriate services to consumers and to monitor the effectiveness of such services.
  16. Must possess some technical knowledge of operating personal computers and related software, or the ability to learn and operate with reasonable accuracy and speed.
  17. Must possess the ability to interpret regulations, policies, and procedures, and apply them accordingly.
  18. Must possess the ability to work with persons who have physical, mental, or emotional disabilities, who are economically disadvantaged and may be involved in the court system, and advocate on their behalf.
  19. Must be able to interact effectively with internal agency staff, state department staff, counselors, foster parents, provider agencies, attorneys, and court.
  20. Must possess the ability to make accurate observations and documentation of same in regard to each individual’s needs and make determinations of risk assessment.
  21. Must possess some knowledge of child development and the ability to conduct assessments and investigations.
  22. Must possess the ability to provide structured and unstructured life skills instructions and guidance to individuals as needed.
  23. Must be able and willing to learn about the juvenile court system as it relates to child services and apply that knowledge to essential job duties.

HOW TO APPLY
A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which the county is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

Applications are available:

  • Online by visiting:
    www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
  • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
  • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday, Januuary 24, 2022 at 4:00 PM.

CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



Caseworker I- Independent Living
Clarion County Children and Youth Services

Clarion County Children and Youth Services currently has an opening for a Caseworker I- Independent Living.

POSITION: Caseworker I- Independent Living, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA

PAY GRADE: $13.59/hour starting rate. Eligible for two 2.5% raises after completion of Foundations training and another 2.5% raise with promotion to Caseworker II.

BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

POSTING DATE: Monday, January 10, 2022

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday, January 24, 2022 at 4:00 p.m.

QUALIFICATIONS: A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences.

HOW TO APPLY:
A County application and copy of your transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.

Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php


Caseworker 1 provides support to children and/or youth and families experiencing abuse, neglect, or other difficulties, and provides services, either directly or through service linkage, designed to improve family problem solving and coping strategies. This position is a social service position in a public children and youth services agency. Employees in IL provide service to parents and children in an effort to help them attain a more satisfactory social, economic, emotional, or physical adjustment. Employment of social service aid skills is important in order that essential information is obtained and utilized to counsel individuals and members of their families. Work is performed in accordance with established regulations, policies, and procedures. Incumbents in this position are to provide support to children and/or youth and adolescents experiencing difficulties; and to provide an effort to facilitate growth, behavioral, and emotional improvements to those individuals and their families.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB:

  1. Conducts intake or preliminary interviews to determine needs of children/families
  2. Provides support to assigned group of individuals
  3. Conducts counseling sessions as needed
  4. Provides crisis intervention as needed
  5. Maintains regular contacts with individual, families, and/or guardians through home, office or school visits
  6. Assists in the development and implementation of family service plans based on needs of the individual
  7. Provides for necessary arrangements according to individuals and needs; makes referrals/contacts to other community services/agencies as necessary
  8. Maintains accurate documentation and records on individuals and their progress
  9. Attends court hearings; writes reports as needed
  10. Testifies in court, if necessary, regarding children’s needs; prepares summaries for court as requested
  11. Prepares required reports as mandated by federal, state, or County policies and procedures
  12. Completes necessary filing and maintenance of records
  13. Utilizes computer and other office equipment as needed
  14. Maintains statistics on individual base and completes required paperwork/reports
  15. Provides transportation for IL youth for activities such as group meetings, job seeking, apartment hunting, college tours, etc
  16. Travels regularly and long distance (i.e., 2 to 4 hours one way) and makes home visits to individuals as necessary
  17. Processes IL referrals and follows up on as required
  18. Distributes IL stipends as required
  19. Assists in the annual budgeting process
  20. Assists youth in obtaining personal documents, such as birth certificates, social security cards, and photo ID’s
  21. Administers IL youth needs assessments as required
  22. Attends IL-related training
  23. Engages youth and their families in transition planning through FTM
  24. Completes and maintains all IL required documents in the Youth IL case file
  25. Assists with moving, carrying or lifting a youth’s personal belongings including clothing and furniture
  26. Works with SWAN for child preparation services and child profiles
  27. Works with and collaborates with juvenile probation officer of record for each IL youth
  28. Serves on committees / focus groups at State and regional level as requested
  29. Meets with Supervisor as required

OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB:

  1. Attends staffings, training, and other meetings as required
  2. Attends certification trainings as required under Act 151 of the Child Protective Services Law, Title 23 PA., C.S. and Chapter 6
  3. Performs other job-related work as required

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:
Receives continuous instruction and regular supervision from Casework Supervisor.

SUPERVISION GIVEN:
None

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. Works indoors in adequate workspace, lighting, temperatures, and ventilation
  2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise, but subject to frequent disruptions and stress
  3. Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt
  4. Works in conditions of potential outbursts or disruptive behavior of clients
  5. Travels frequently during all seasons and is exposed to outdoor elements, including snow and icy roadways
  6. Works frequently outside the office and is exposed to above-average dust/dirt/odors and smoke
  7. Regularly works beyond normal work hours or on-call or on as-needed basis
  8. Must be available to work non-traditional work hours, including evenings and weekends

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS:

  1. Must possess the ability to record, convey, and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions
  2. Must be able to sit and/or drive for long periods throughout the workday, with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting, and reaching as necessary to carry out essential duties of job
  3. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; feet/legs; torso necessary to carry out duties of job
  4. Occasional lifting/carrying of objects
  5. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position
  6. Must be able to react quickly physically and mentally in the event of a disturbance or physical outbreak
  7. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work

QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
A bachelor’s degree which includes or is supplemented by successful completion of 12 college credits in sociology, social welfare, psychology, gerontology, criminal justice, or other related social sciences; or successful completion of 6-month probationary period as Caseworker Intern; or an equivalent combination of education or related experience unless regulatory requirements state otherwise. Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license.

CLEARANCES:

  • Must work in conjunction with employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
  • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner in order to carry out essential job duties
  2. Must possess effective communication and interpersonal skills
  3. Must possess initiative and problem-solving skills
  4. Must possess the ability to function independently, have flexibility, and the ability to work effectively with individuals, co-workers, and others
  5. Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to individuals’ information and records
  6. Must possess the ability to operate a personal computer and related software, to type and utilize other office equipment, and to prepare required reports
  7. Must possess the ability to make accurate observations and documentation of same in regard to individuals’ needs and make determinations of risk assessment
  8. Must possess academic knowledge and some skill in promoting therapies and social service work and skills with children and youth and families
  9. Must possess knowledge of child development and the ability to conduct assessments and investigations
  10. Must possess the ability to provide structured and unstructured life skills instructions and guidance to individuals as needed
  11. Must possess the ability to express empathy and understanding to all individuals
  12. Must be able to interact effectively with children and youth, department staff, counselors, attorneys, and the courts
  13. Must have some knowledge of the judicial and court system as it relates to child services
  14. Must have transportation available and a willingness to travel for work-related job duties

HOW TO APPLY
A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which Clarion County is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

Applications are available:

  • Online by visiting:
    www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
  • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
  • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Monday, January 24, 2022 at 4:00 PM.

CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION1S DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



Clerk Typist II
Clarion County Children and Youth Services

Clarion County Children and Youth Services currently has an opening for a Clerk Typist II.

POSITION: Clerk Typist II, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA

PAY GRADE: $21,840.00 annually (starting rate)

BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

POSTING DATE: December 17, 2021

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Friday, December31, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.

HOW TO APPLY:
A County application and copy of your transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.

Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php


OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB:
This is moderately complex clerical work involving the typing and processing of documents in a variety of functions. An employee in this class performs clerical work of moderate complexity which requires the utilization of typing skills and the processing of a variety of documents which include the verification of information, performing arithmetic calculations, coding, and assisting the public in completing governmental forms. Work involves the skilled typing of correspondence, reports, transactions, transmittals, and similar documents as part of the clerical documents processing of an office or functional activity. Work may involve the skilled utilization of specialized equipment such as magnetic and mass storage typewriters, computer scopes, or similar equipment where the input is through a typewriter console. Work involves the responsibility for a significant aspect of a work process, an involved single office activity that is production or control-oriented, or other multiple activities that are comparable in scope and complexity. Work may involve providing secretarial services to one or more individuals in those cases where management has determined that shorthand skills are not required. Work may involve providing training and guidance to new employees and fulfilling a lead worker role for routine clerical operations. Work is subject to periodic changes in operating procedures and requires some adaptability to shifts in work schedule. Employees work with considerable independence within standard operating procedures; however, detailed supervisory guidance and review is received for new or unusual situations and changes in operating procedures and policies.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB

  1. Types letters, reports, memos, and a variety of other documents from handwritten, draft, oral instructions, or original source documents.
  2. Files and maintains open and closed charts, supplementary materials and lists related to charts. Maintains department archive room. Assists with purging.
  3. Proofreads all materials to ensure that information is grammatically correct, complete and in compliance with agency, department and county policies and procedures.
  4. Sorts and delivers incoming mail. Maintains correspondence per department requirements.
  5. Answers telephone and transfers calls. Takes messages as required. Answers routine questions regarding Human Service programs.
  6. Makes bulk copies and faxes as needed.
  7. Greets and assists general public by taking or providing information, directing them to proper locations and informing staff of their appointments.
  8. Prepares and processes required department documents, forms, newsletters and/or reports as required.
  9. Updates information on databases and record sheets and reconciles reports as needed.
  10. Operates basic office equipment as needed.
  11. Compiles data within department for data collection and reports.
  12. Updates various lists within the department.
  13. Assists department staff with special projects and assignments as requested.
  14. Logs and submits correspondence related to child/elder abuse investigations.
  15. Enters data on spreadsheets to track departmental tasks.
  16. Determines supply needs; keeps record of inventory and prepares supply requisitions.

OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

  1. Attends meetings and/or training sessions as required.
  2. Delivers mail/legal/agency papers to the Courthouse or other County offices; occasionally performs errands as needed to carry out essential job duties.
  3. Performs other job-related duties as required.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:
Receives instructions and supervision from Human Services Clerical Supervisor.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. Works indoors in adequate office space, lighting, and ventilation, but subject to fluctuations in temperatures.
  2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise and stress, but subject to frequent disruptions.
  3. Below normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt.

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS:

  1. Must possess ability to record, convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions.
  2. Must be able to sit for long periods throughout the workday, with intermittent periods of standing and walking and occasional periods of bending, twisting, stooping, reaching as necessary to carry out essential job duties.
  3. Dexterity requirements range from coordinated movements of fingers/hands for typewriter and computer, to simple dexterity of feet/legs/torso as necessary to carry out job duties.
  4. Sedentary work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of ten pounds.
  5. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stresses of the position and the work environment.
  6. Must be able to move frequently throughout the workday as needed to carry out essential job duties.
  7. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work.

QUALIFICATIONS:
A. EDUCATION/TRAINING- Six months experience as Clerk Typist 1; or High School diploma or equivalency plus some demonstrated business/clerical and computer knowledge. Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a valid driver’s license.
B. WORK EXPERIENCE- Two years of clerical work experience in an office environment, county government, or court system that includes data entry, report generation/reconciliation, and record-keeping; or an equivalent combination of education or related experience unless regulatory requirements state otherwise.
C. CLEARANCES-

  1. Must work in conjunction with the employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
  2. Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner in order to carry out essential functions of the job.
  2. Must possess good communication and interpersonal skills.
  3. Must possess the ability to function independently, have the flexibility and the ability to work effectively with clients, co-workers, and others.
  4. Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to client information and records.
  5. Must possess the technical knowledge of operating personal computers and other office equipment with accuracy and reasonable speed.
  6. Must possess general knowledge of modern office practices and procedures and ability to apply same to essential duties of the job.
  7. Must possess knowledge and ability to practice current and accurate usage of grammar, spelling, and filing procedures.
  8. Must possess the ability to learn assigned clerical tasks and adhere to prescribed departmental procedures.
  9. Must possess the ability to perform simple math calculations with accuracy and reasonable speed.
  10. Must possess the ability to learn county and legal rules, procedures, and practices as necessary within the department.
  11. Must be willing and able to work within strict rules of confidentiality.
  12. Must possess the ability to be able to handle a variety of clerical duties and switch from one to another throughout the workday.
  13. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions which explain multifaceted procedures.
  14. Ability to perform within processing procedures that involve an understanding of multiple aspects and application of varied standards.
  15. Ability to proofread information for conformance with a prescribed pattern or form, to assure adherence to clerical office methods, or for compliance with specific administrative or procedural rules.
  16. Ability to transfer information and present it in a modified form according to rules and procedures.
  17. Ability to collect and organize material for reports by determining what available information should be included and presenting the information in a prescribed, organized format.
  18. Ability to compose straightforward informational correspondence such as transmittals or acknowledgments in reply to requests or questions on the work process or related information.
  19. Ability to perform basic arithmetic calculations such as the adding and subtracting of whole numbers and decimals; and multiplying and dividing by one-digit whole number or decimal multipliers and divisors.
  20. Ability to instruct and advise clerical employees on the methods and procedures used in the work area.
  21. Ability to organize work and develop effective work methods in an area that involves variable phases of different techniques and procedures.
  22. Ability to make duty-oriented decisions on the basis of well-defined standards and precedents.
  23. Ability to operate office and mail processing machines such as the adding machine, photocopier, postage meter, and addressograph; and instruct others on their use.

HOW TO APPLY
A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which Clarion County is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

Applications are available:

  • Online by visiting:
    www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
  • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
  • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

DEADLINE TO APPLY: Friday, December 31, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION1S DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



Price Book Analyst
Korner Enterprise and Wholesale

Korner Enterprise and Wholesale currently has an opportunity to join their team. They are looking for a Price Book Analyst.

Position Summary:
To maintain, interpret, and analyze price book data at the corporate level for UK stores. The job includes but, is not limited to, setting up pricing for individual items sold at their stores considering the item’s cost, promotion, mix and match, category, department, price change notice, and adjustments.

Responsibilities:
Responsibility for data entry, testing and reviewing all price book procedures through computer software, retail adjustments, completion of price changes on a timely basis, testing promotions before applied to
stores, taking in to considering costs, discounts, promotions, rebates, off invoice discounts, etc. Perform other back-office duties in the corporate office as needed. You will be working in the UK Corporate office in
Shippenville, PA.

Minimum Education: Prefer a Bachelor’s degree in any business major but an Associate degree will be acceptable but not required.

Minimum Experience:

  • 2-5 years of computer experience with retail/ wholesale background
  • the ability to analyze large data in computer program
  • must be very good with Excel

Soft Skills:

  • Ability to clearly communicate with management and team members
  • Work independently with minimum supervision
  • Robust work ethic
  • Ability to assess, prioritize and react at this very fast-paced organization

Travel:
Local travel to store may be required occasionally

Contact them today!

Email your resume to [email protected]

Call them at: (814) 297-2104



Several Positions Available Through All Seasons Temporaries Inc.
All Seasons Temporaries, Inc.

All Seasons Temporaries, Inc. has several new job openings in the local area.

Grinder – Franklin

1st shift $11/hr Non Exempt
Potential for Temp to Perm

  • Must pass pre employment screening
  • Must be able to read blueprints
  • Must be able to follow safety guidelines

Physical requirements: bending, kneeling, lifting, pushing and pulling

Job Description:

  • Perform bending/forming techniques
  • Read micrometers and calipers
  • Examine product to make sure it meets specs
  • Maintain proper documentation
  • Maintain a clean work space

Please send resumes to [email protected] or call 814-437-2148 for more information.


Paint – Franklin

Train on 1st, move to 3rd
$11/hr Non-Exempt
Potential for Temp to Perm

  • Must pass pre employment screening
  • Must be able to read blueprints
  • Must be able to follow safety guidelines

Physical requirements: bending, kneeling, lifting, pushing and pulling

Job Description:

  • Read work order
  • Perform hand spray paint techniques
  • Use various hand tools
  • Paint in flat, vertical, horizontal and overhead positions
  • Examine product to make sure it meets specs
  • Maintain proper documentation
  • Maintain a clean work space

Please send resumes to [email protected] or call 814-437-2148 for more information.


CAD Drafter

This job is located in Franklin, Pa.

Monday through Friday
$17 to $25/hr. Non-exempt
Long Term Assignment
Weekly Pay

Responsibilities:

  • Create CAD models and detailed drawings to capture process, dimensions, inspections, and other pertinent engineering information utilizing knowledge of engineering principles
  • Work with other engineers and designers to ensure consistent and quality engineering design output
  • Collaborate as needed with shop employees regarding designs in manufacturing

Qualifications:

  • Pass pre-employment screening
  • A.S. Engineering with mechanical/ electrical focus, or equivalent experience
  • Proficient with Autodesk CAD tools. (Inventor, AutoCAD, Vault)
  • Experience with SAP business systems desired
  • Personable with excellent verbal/written communication skills and time management
  • High level of initiative with the ability to work independently and as a part of a broader team
  • Experience with the design of industrial heavy equipment and machinery desired
  • Understanding of manufacturing techniques and assembly processes desired

Physical Requirements:

Ability to sit, stand. walk, kneel, reach, and lift up to 20 lbs. on occasion.

Please send resumes to [email protected] or call 814-437-2148 for more information.


Stick Layers and Bin Tenders – Marienville

$13/hour – 1st and 2nd shifts available – Non-exempt

Job Requirements:

  • Ability to lift, bend, twist, and stand for duration shift
  • Must pass pre-employment screening
  • Must have steel-toed boots
  • Must have general mathematical skills
  • Must abide by all safety protocols
  • Understand lockout protocols
  • Must be able to work with a team

Duties (but not limited to):

  • Stack and sort lumber in appropriate slots
  • Count pieces in stacks
  • Tag bundles
  • Operate machines and make sure they do not jam
  • Clean machines when they are down
  • Maintain clean work spaces

For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to [email protected]


Assembly/Crater

Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
$11/hr – Non-exempt
Potential for temporary to permanent

Qualified candidates must:

  • Pass Pre-Employment Screening
  • Be able to lift up to 40lbs
  • Be able to bend, kneel, push and pull
  • Have prior experience with hand/power tools
  • Follow all safety rules
  • Be reliable
  • Have steel toe boots

Job Description (but not limited to):

  • Assemble product
  • Prepare product for shipping
  • Assist with building crates for product
  • Maintain clean work space

For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to [email protected]


About All Season’s Temporaries Inc.

All Season’s offices are located at 1288 Liberty Street in Franklin and 113 N. Broad Street in Grove City.

For more information, call 814-437-2148 for the Franklin office or 724-458-6777 for the Grove City office.

Interested individuals may contact either office for available assignments.



Full-Time Social Worker
Riverview Intermediate Unit 6

Riverview Intermediate Unit 6 currently has an opening for a Full-Time Social Worker.

This position works IU wide.

Full-time, 185-day, professional union position with salary and benefits as per the collective bargaining agreement. Requires valid certification/licensure in PA for School Social Worker. Acts 24, 34, 114, 126, 151, and 168 clearances are required.

Application Deadline: January 12, 2022

Send application packet to Teresa Baker via email, [email protected], or mail to Riverview Intermediate Unit 6, 270 Mayfield Road, Clarion, PA, 16214. Application packet includes, but not limited to, letter of interest, standard application, clearances, certifications, transcripts, and any related training certifications/trainings (mandated reporter, suicide prevention, trauma, SAP, etc.).

Riverview Intermediate Unit 6 reserves the right to withdraw this posting without filling the position.



Maintenance/Custodial Support
Riverview Intermediate Unit 6

Riverview Intermediate Unit 6 currently has an opening for a Maintenance/Custodial Support person at its headquarters.

This position is a full-time position (260 days) and requires a valid high school diploma and Acts 34, 114, and 151 clearances, previous experience in maintenance preferred. This is a bargaining unit position. Hours are (9:30 am – 5:00 pm), there are some days that are shifted to cover events or absences.

General Responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Providing the best care, safety, welfare, and security for the students in RIU’s care; providing general building maintenance both internally and externally; cleaning and custodial functions; moving classrooms; making deliveries and accepting deliveries; support training events and meetings; care and general maintenance for a fleet of vehicles; and coordinating with RIU6 and school district personnel to meet the needs of each classroom setting and location.

Application Deadline: January 26, 2022

Send application packet to Teresa Baker via email, [email protected], or mail to Riverview Intermediate Unit 6, 270 Mayfield Road, Clarion, PA, 16214. Application packet includes, but not limited to, letter of interest, standard application, clearances, certifications, transcripts, and any related training certifications/trainings (mandated reporter, suicide prevention, trauma, SAP, etc.).

Riverview Intermediate Unit 6 reserves the right to withdraw this posting without filling the position.



Full-Time Care Attendant
VNA Extended Care Services

VNA Extended Care Services is looking to hire a full-time employee to assist with their consumers in the Adult Daily Living Center.

The Adult Daily Living Center’s hours are Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm.

Requirements:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Valid PA Driver’s License
  • Reliable transportation
  • Current CPR
  • Experience preferred but not required

Full-time employees are eligible for Paid Time Off, Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance, Supplemental Policies, and more!

Applications can be obtained at www.cfvna.org and sent with resume to Human Resources, 271 Perkins Rd, Clarion, PA, 16214.

For more information please contact Human Resources at 814-297-8400. EOE



Milieu Therapist
UPMC Northwest

UPMC Northwest currently has an opening for a Milieu Therapist in its Seneca Facility.

Job ID: 648407676
Status: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Shift: Variable
Facility: UPMC Northwest
Department: Behavioral Health Inpat
Location: 100 Fairfield Drive, Seneca PA 16346
Union Position: No
Salary Range: $15.44 to $22.66 / hour

Description:
Are you interested in building a rewarding career with a national leader in the treatment of mental health?

UPMC Northwest Hospital in Seneca, PA is seeking passionate Milieu Therapists to join their team!

Apply Today!

UPMC offers unit tours/job shadow opportunities to interested candidates.

The Milieu Therapist role is a great opportunity to gain valuable experience in the behavioral health field while gaining exposure to different patient populations and a variety of mental health diagnoses. Candidates must be able to work various shifts and rotating weekends/holidays.

The starting rate for this position is $14.88, prior to crediting for any applicable experience beyond the minimum listed requirements for this role. Plus earn an additional $1.10/hr for afternoon/evening shifts.

Purpose: The Milieu Therapist I perform assigned tasks and participates as a member of the multi-disciplinary team, in various aspects of patient care with an emphasis on therapeutic activities conducted with assigned individuals and groups.

  • Facilitate or co-facilitate psychoeducational and therapeutic activity groups effectively
  • Encourage or assist patients to perform activities of daily living
  • Accompany patients to out-of-building activities and appointments
  • Document in the Medical Record according to established policies
  • Manage crisis situations effectively using positive approaches
  • Demonstrate effective milieu management skills, which promote positive patient experiences
  • Maintain a safe and therapeutic environment
  • Provide clinical interventions assessed by client needs
  • Coordinate patient groups and activities
  • Participate in interdisciplinary meetings and other activities
  • Maintain on-going communication with appropriate staff
  • Perform assigned work in a timely and productive manner
  • Completes 1:1 meeting with assigned patients to assess how they are currently doing
  • Complete observations of patients as ordered, following all guidelines

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in a Human Services field such as Social Work, Psychology or Counseling from an accredited College or University required. Other fields of study may be considered with coursework of at least 12 credits in Human Services
  • Mental Health experience preferred, not required
  • Ability to communicate both orally and in writing
  • Relevant group/individuals experience with therapeutic and leisure-oriented activities is preferred
  • Physically capable of providing direct total physical care to unpredictable behavioral health patients as necessary, including lifting, supporting, running towards or away from areas where problems are occurring and pushing and pulling equipment such as wheelchairs
  • May in the course of their job duties be in rooms where medications are stored. No contact with medications is allowed. In the course of duties may be asked to distribute medications to the nurse at the bedside. Access to medications is limited to the distribution of the medication to the nurse

Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances:

  • CCMC within 60 days of hire or transfer into department
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) OR Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Comprehensive Crisis Management (CCMC)
  • Act 34
  • OAPSA

UPMC is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Veteran

Total Rewards:
More than just competitive pay and benefits, UPMC’s Total Rewards package cares for you in all areas of life — because we believe that you’re at your best when receiving the support you need: professional, personal, financial, and more.

UPMC’s Values:
At UPMC, they’re driven by shared values that guide their work and keep them accountable to one another. Their Values of Quality & Safety, Dignity & Respect, Caring & Listening, Responsibility & Integrity, Excellence & Innovation play a vital role in creating a cohesive, positive experience for employees, patients, health plan members, and the community. Ready to join them? Apply today.

Current UPMC employees must apply in HR Direct



Dialysis Resource Nurse
UPMC Northwest

UPMC Northwest currently has an opening for a Dialysis Resource Nurse in its Seneca Facility.

Job ID: 820404016
Status: Full-Time
Regular/Temporary: Regular
Shift: Day Job
Facility: UPMC Northwest
Department: Float Pool
Location: 100 Fairfield Drive, Seneca PA 16346
Union Position: No
Salary Range: $27.24 to $38.18 / hour

Description:
Join the UPMC Northwest Team as a Dialysis Resource Nurse and receive a comprehensive benefits package that goes beyond compensation, medical coverage, and savings plans to help you be your best at home and at work.

Full Time
3 – 4 days/week

Rotating Weekends
Float Pool Incentive: 10% differential is added to base pay
Sign-On Bonus: $15,000

Sign-on bonus available with one year of experience and a 2-year work commitment

The Professional Staff Nurse is a valued step in the UPMC nursing career ladder, with opportunities for continued growth and advancement. Title and salary will be determined based on education and nursing experience.

Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrates knowledge of adult learning principles (and/or teaching children if applicable) and applies in teaching of patients, families, students, and new staff
  • Provides detailed and appropriate teaching to patients and families to effectively guide them through the episode of care as well as transition to another level of care and/or home
  • Supports the development of students, new staff, and colleagues, may serve as a preceptor
  • Creates an environment of open dialogue, inquiry, and continuous development by asking for feedback and improving practice
  • Applies the nursing process within the framework of Relationship Based Care to create a healing environment
  • Formulates daily goals and a plan of care for patients that involves the patient as a partner and considers the individual needs of the patient in a holistic manner
  • Demonstrates critical thinking in the identification of clinical, social, safety, psychological and spiritual issues for patient care within an episode of care
  • Practices solid communication skills, and is able to articulate and translate the patient’s condition to other care providers and to negotiate and make recommendations for changes in patient care and unit practices
  • Promotes communication between caregivers. Incorporates national professional organization as well as business unit and health system’s goals to improve patient safety, quality, and satisfaction
  • Creates a caring and compassionate patient-focused experience by building healing relationships with patients, families, and colleagues
  • Demonstrates accountability for professional development that improves the quality of professional practice and the quality of patient care
  • Actively participates in unit-based shared governance, goal setting and supports the change and transition process to improve quality of care and the practice environment
  • Serves as a highly engaged and full partner on the care team and responds willingly to care team members needs for assistance and partnership
  • Participates in work that improves patient care and the professional practice environment. Adapts to change and demonstrates flexibility with the change process
  • Actively participates in department or unit-specific quality improvement efforts. Identifies opportunities for quality improvement to colleagues and management
  • Takes personal responsibility in improving patient satisfaction with the quality of care and service
  • Utilizes research and evidence-based practice to support improvement in clinical care: identifies research issues or articles related to clinical specialty or areas of interest, discusses opportunities for quality improvement at multidisciplinary rounds, and influences patients’ plans of care
  • In the event there is no patients requiring dialysis, the nurse will assist as a resource nurse, inserting IVs, midlines, small-bore feeding tubes, and all other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

Demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care and/or interact appropriately to the ages of the patients served by his/her assigned unit as specified below.

Demonstrate knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span and possess the ability to assess data reflective of the patient’s status and interpret the appropriate information needed to identify each patient’s requirements relative to his/her age-specific needs and to provide the care needs as described in the department policy and procedures.

Ability to establish and maintain positive, caring relationships with executives, managers, physicians, non-physician providers, ancillary and support staff, other departments, and patients/families.

Ability to work productively and effectively within a complex environment, handle multiple/changing priorities and specialized equipment.

Good clinical judgment with critical thinking, analytical and problem-solving abilities are required as related to various aspects of patient care.

Critical thinking skills are necessary to exercise and to lead others in the application of the nursing process.

Mobility and visual manual dexterity. Physical stamina for frequent walking, standing, lifting, and positioning of patients.

Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances:

  • UPMC approved national certification preferred
  • Current licensure as a Registered Professional Nurse either in the state where the facility is located or in a state covered by a licensure compact agreement with the state where the facility is located
  • CPR required based on AHA standards that include both a didactic and skills demonstration component within 30 days of hire
  • Dialysis experience preferred but not required

Minimum six months experience required
BSN preferred.

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) within 1 year of hire
  • Basic Life Support (BLS)
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
  • Registered Nurse (RN)
  • Act 33 with renewal
  • Act 34 with renewal
  • Act 73 with renewal
  • OAPSA

Total Rewards:
More than just competitive pay and benefits, UPMC’s Total Rewards package cares for you in all areas of life — because we believe that you’re at your best when receiving the support you need: professional, personal, financial, and more.

UPMC’s Values:
At UPMC, they’re driven by shared values that guide their work and keep them accountable to one another. Their Values of Quality & Safety, Dignity & Respect, Caring & Listening, Responsibility & Integrity, Excellence & Innovation play a vital role in creating a cohesive, positive experience for employees, patients, health plan members, and the community. Ready to join them? Apply today.

Current UPMC employees must apply in HR Direct



Multiple Positions at UFP Parker
Universal Forest Products

Universal Forest Products, in Parker, currently has Multiple Positions opening in its facility.

Afternoon Maintenance

Job Duties:

  • Performs regular, preventative maintenance on all machinery, equipment, tools, and building
  • Assists in the repair of woodworking machinery, infeed/outfeed systems, hand tools, and forklifts in accordance with diagrams, operating manuals, and manufacturer specifications
  • Orders supplies and parts as required
  • Performs preventive maintenance as scheduled
  • Maintains records of repair and maintenance activities
  • Performs duties consistent with established safety rules and procedures
  • Maintains a clean and organized work area
  • Participates in safety, CI and other programs and meetings
  • Prepares various reports as required
  • Performs other duties as required

Mill-Day and Afternoon Shift

Job Duties:

  • Moves and secures lumber products and other materials according to instructions
  • Stacks finished products according to predetermined bundle sizes and/or customer requirements
  • Labels material based on the following specifications: type, size, and count
  • Applies individual tags to material before/after treating/production
  • Uses a staple gun and troubleshoots equipment
  • Bands, bundles and secures material, including attaching corner protectors and loading sticks
  • Follows instructions for stacking material properly and according to company policy and customer requirements
  • Ensures correct quantities and material are strapped, labeled before leaving the work area
  • Maintains accurate inventory of tags and reports any problems or discrepancies to supervisor
  • Records production on production sheets
  • Maintains a clean and organized work area
  • Assists with other work areas by moving material, loading and unloading material carts
  • Participates in safety, CI and other programs and meetings
  • Performs other duties as required

Truss Assembler-Day and Afternoon Shift

Job Duties:

  • Secures and maintains correct component parts and supplies required for the operation (plates, nails, staples, fasteners, etc.)
  • Completes work area set up
  • Fits parts together in accordance with prescribed manner and in accordance with quality standards
  • Operates presses and machinery in addition to hand tools as required to complete assembly process
  • Stacks completed products in accordance with established procedures, and if required, may cover, label and band components/finished product
  • Ensures work area is safe, clean and organized, and that equipment is safe to operate
  • Completes pre-shift/startup equipment inspection checklist and reports any problems or concerns
  • Maintains a clean and orderly work environment
  • Provides basic TPM to equipment and completes TPM paperwork when required
  • Maintains production records as required
  • Checks materials and finished products to ensure compliance with standards
  • Performs duties consistent with established safety and quality procedures, rules, and standards
  • Participates in safety, CI and other programs and meetings
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Industrial Assemblers-Day

Job Duties:

  • Secures and maintains correct component parts and supplies required for the operation
  • Completes work area set up
  • Fits parts together in accordance with prescribed instructions and in accordance with quality standards
  • Operates hand tools as required to complete assembly process
  • Stacks completed products in accordance with established procedures, and if required, may cover, label, and band components/finished product
  • Ensures work area is safe, clean and organized, and that equipment is safe to operate
  • Completes pre-shift/startup equipment inspection checklist and reports any problems or concerns
  • Maintains a clean and orderly work environment
  • Maintains production records as required
  • Checks materials and finished products to ensure they are compliant with standards
  • Performs duties consistent with established safety and quality procedures, rules, and standards
  • Participates in safety, CI and other programs and meetings
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Wall Builders-Emlenton-Day

Job Duties:

  • Secures and maintains correct component parts and supplies required for the operation (plates, nails, staples, fasteners, etc.)
  • Completes work area set up
  • Fits parts together in accordance with prescribed manner and in accordance with quality standards
  • Operates presses and machinery in addition to hand tools as required to complete assembly process
  • Stacks completed products in accordance with established procedures, and if required, may cover, label and band components/finished product
  • Ensures work area is safe, clean and organized, and that equipment is safe to operate
  • Completes pre-shift/startup equipment inspection checklist and reports any problems or concerns
  • Maintains a clean and orderly work environment
  • Provides basic TPM to equipment and completes TPM paperwork when required
  • Maintains production records as required
  • Checks materials and finished products to ensure compliance with standards
  • Performs duties consistent with established safety and quality procedures, rules, and standards
  • Participates in safety, CI, and other programs and meetings
  • Performs other duties as assigned

CNC Operator-Day Shift

Job Duties:

  • Secures and maintains material and supplies required on the operation according to production sheets
  • Completes work area set up
  • Operates and feeds the machine in a safe and efficient manner, and according to established procedures
  • Continually watches the machine to ensure quality
  • Stacks completed products in accordance with established procedures, and if required, may cover, label and band components/finished product
  • May operate hand tools to complete the production process
  • Ensures work area is safe, clean and organized, and that equipment is safe to operate
  • Completes pre-shift/startup equipment inspection checklist and reports any problems or concerns
  • Maintains a clean and orderly work environment
  • Maintains production records as required
  • Checks materials and finished products to ensure compliance with standards
  • Performs duties consistent with established safety and quality procedures, rules, and standards
  • May perform preventive maintenance as specified
  • Participates in safety, CI and other programs and meetings
  • Performs other duties as assigned

Benefits currently offered to UFP employees:

  • $1.50 more an hour shift differential for afternoon shift
  • Medical insurance
  • Health savings account with company contribution
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Basic and voluntary life insurance
  • Disability insurance
  • 401(k) plan with company match
  • Paid vacation and holidays
  • Stock purchase program with employee discount
  • Educational reimbursement
  • Wellness programs and challenges
  • Other supplemental benefits

Apply online and schedule a tour. See where your career path leads you!

WWW.UFPI.COM/CAREERS

Any questions may be directed to Shelly Kaltenbach, Field Recruiter.

Email: [email protected]
Cell (call or text): 814-316-1033
Office: 724-399-2992

Walk-in applications can be taken at their Parker location, 116 N River Ave. Parker, PA 16049.



Warehouse Worker/ Delivery Driver
Clarion Fruit Company

Clarion Fruit Company currently has an opening for a Delivery Driver/ Warehouse Worker in Clarion, Pa.

This is a full-time entry-level position.

Individual must have a clean driving record, be dependable, friendly, and neat.

For further information, please call 814-226-8070.



Part-Time Distribution Coordinator
PA Great Outdoors

PA Great Outdoors currently has an opening for a Part-Time Distribution Coordinator.

Duties Include:
Distribution and keeping accurate electronic records of the fulfillment of tourism information throughout Cameron, Clarion, Forest, Elk, & Jefferson counties in their branded display racks.

This position is also responsible for receiving and inventory control at their warehouse.

Clean driving record required to operate their company van.

Wednesday-Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

For more information email [email protected] or call (814)849-5197



RNs, LPNs and CNAs
Presbyterian SeniorCare Network

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network – Oil City is hiring for a variety of clinical positions!

They have a variety of shifts and scheduling options available.

Clinical Openings: RNs, LPNs, Certified Nurse’s Aides
Don’t forget to ask them about their sign-on bonuses for select positions!

About Presbyterian SeniorCare Network:
At Presbyterian SeniorCare Network, their standards of care have never been higher. They are looking to hire new compassionate team members to join their team to help in making aging easier® for all of their patients and residents. If you’re looking for a meaningful career, consider a position with them. During these unprecedented times, the Greatest Generation deserves a great act of love and their compassionate team members are ready to welcome you.

What They Offer at Presbyterian SeniorCare Network:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision
  • Company-paid life insurance for full-time employees
  • Employee Referral Bonuses
  • Recognition Program
  • Free Parking
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Person-centered onboarding
  • A rewarding career with an opportunity to make a difference

APPLY NOW! www.careersatsrcare.org

Presbyterian SeniorCare Network is an equal opportunity employer.



Quality Assurance-Risk Management
County of Clarion

The Clarion County Developmental Disability (DD) department currently has an opening for a Quality Assurance-Risk Management position.

POSITION: DD Quality Assurance-Risk Management, Non-exempt, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

DEPARTMENT: Developmental Disability (DD), Clarion, PA

PAY GRADE: $31,200.00-$34,320.00

BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 yearly stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

POSTING DATE: December 28, 2021

HOW TO APPLY: A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php

OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB: To ensure the health and safety of individuals being served and to ensure program compliance with regulations.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB:

  1. Complete a quality assessment and improvement process on all Developmental Disabilities providers in Clarion County
  2. Review, approve and/or deny Variance Requests
  3. Become a Certified Investigator by attending CIT training
  4. Ensure individuals are eligible for DD services and offer a choice of SC entities
  5. Create the Quality Management (QM) Plan that reflects how Clarion Administrative Entity (EI) will measure, remediate, and improve its performance in a manner consistent with the department’s QM Strategy. This will ensure sustained compliance with Waiver assurances and to contribute towards achieving the Department’s identified priorities for improvement.
    • Ensure that Clarion County AE manages its Waiver Capacity. This includes the overall process of properly maintaining the AE’s Waiver Capacity Commitment which includes following department approved policies and procedures relating to Waiver Capacity Commitment, Maintaining Reserved Capacity (including the tracking of individuals due to hospitalization or rehabilitation care), Waiver Residential Vacancy Management and management of Unanticipated Emergencies.
  6. Manage the PUNS Process to ensure that those with Emergency needs are prioritized correctly
  7. Ensure that all individuals accessing services and supports are eligible for funding and have had their Service Preference and Level of Care determined, been assessed through the Statewide Needs Assessment, and that Financial Eligibility has been determined
  8. Ensure that all transfers in and out of Clarion County are handled in a manner approved by ODP
  9. Ensure that gaps in services are identified and that services are sought to fill those gaps
  10. Actively ensure that choice of Provider and Services is offered to individuals
  11. Ensure that individuals have received the Notice of Fair Hearing Rights and that the AE implements Department decisions
  12. Supports the Provider community by providing technical assistance in claims resolution
  13. Ensure that all waiver records are maintained, and that access is granted in accordance with Department processes
  14. Ensure that Individual Support Plans (ISPs) are reviewed, approved, and authorized for all Waiver/ base services
  15. Oversee the implementation of the ISP to ensure services and supports arc being provided to meet the individual’s needs and that progress towards outcomes is being documented
  16. Incident Management — Review and approve/disapprove incident reports within the time frames established by ODP. Finalize Certified Investigations and ensure that recommendations are implemented to ensure client health and safety
  17. Oversee the Independent Monitoring for Quality provider and act as liaison when needed between entities to ensure issues are followed up on and the loop has been closed
  18. Share information with Provider agencies and facilitate various County meetings such as the ID Provider Meeting or Risk Management Meetings

OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB:

  1. Attend staffing, training, and other meetings as required
  2. Performs other job-related work as required

SUPERVISION EXCERCISED:
None

SUPERVISION RECIEVED:
Receives instruction and guidance from the Developmental Disabilities Deputy Administrator.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. Works indoors with adequate workspace, lighting, temperatures, and ventilation
  2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise, but subject to frequent disruptions and stress
  3. Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt
  4. Works in conditions of potential outbursts or disruptive behavior of clients
  5. Travels frequently during all seasons and is exposed to outdoor elements, including snow and icy roadways
  6. Works frequently outside the office and is exposed to above average dust/dirt/odors and smoke
  7. Periodically works beyond normal work hours

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS:

  1. Must possess the ability to record, convey, and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions
  2. Must be able to sit and/or drive for long periods throughout the workday, with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting, and reaching as necessary to carry out essential duties of job.
  3. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands, feet/legs, torso necessary to carry out duties of job
  4. Sedentary work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of ten pounds
  5. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position
  6. Must be able to physically and mentally react quickly in the event of a disturbance or physical outbreak
  7. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work

QUALIFICATIONS

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
Bachelor’s Degree in a related social service field. Two years of experience working in the field of Developmental Disabilities.

Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a Pennsylvania driver’s license.

CLEARANCES:

  • Must work in conjunction with the employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse, and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results
  • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs”

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner to carry out essential job duties.
  2. Must possess considerable knowledge of the principles and practices of performance measurement and quality management
  3. Must have considerable knowledge of the principles and methods applied to the collecting, reviewing, analyzing, and interpreting statistical data
  4. Must have considerable knowledge of modern office management methods
  5. Must be able to plan, organize and direct the work of others
  6. Must be able to comprehend program goals, objectives, and operations and to relate them to administrative analysis
  7. Must possess knowledge of the current social, economic, and health problems and resources as they relate to the field of developmental disabilities
  8. Must possess knowledge of the basic principles and methods involved in working with mentally disabled adults and children
  9. Must be able to exercise judgment and discretion in applying and interpreting departmental policies and procedures
  10. Must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other administrative officials and the public
  11. Must be able to express ideas clearly and concisely both orally and in written form
  12. Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to client information and records
  13. Must have transportation available and a willingness to travel for work-related job duties

HOW TO APPLY:
A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which the county is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

Please submit an application to:

Human Resources Administration Building
Second Floor
330 Main Street
Clarion, PA 16214

Applications are available:

  • Online by visiting: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
  • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214 • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.
  • DEADLINE TO APPLY: January 11, at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    Food Service Workers, General Workers, Cooks, and More
    Aramark- Clarion University

    Aramark currently has openings for Food Service Workers, General Workers, Cooks, and more at its Clarion University facility.

    Come be a part of the action! Join their Clarion University dining team!

    There will be a hiring event held on January 10th and 11th, 2022, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 840 Wood Street, Clarion PA 16214.

    Text CLAHIRING to 63000 to RSVP for an interview.

    After the interview, offers for open positions will be made at this event.

    CLICK HERE for more information on this event.



    Business Manager- Keystone School District
    Keystone School District

    Keystone School District currently has an opening for a Business Manager.

    Position Available March 1, 2022.

    Requirements: Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Business Management Accounting, or related field – MBA preferred.

    Minimum 3 years experience in the financial field, business management, and administrative functions. Strong interpersonal and communication skills. Demonstrated decision-making and problem-solving abilities. Salary commensurate with experience and education.

    Submit cover letter, resume, and references to Mrs. Teresa Young, Superintendent, 451 Huston Avenue, Knox, PA 16232.

    Deadline for applications is January 15, 2022.



    Many Positions at Colony Homes
    Colony Factory Crafted Homes

    Colony Factory Crafted Homes, in Shippenville, currently has openings in multiple departments.

    Colony Factory Crafted Homes (operating under new ownership), a division of Cavco Industries Inc. headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, is one of the largest manufactured home builders in the United States. Colony Homes, with its Shippenville, Pennsylvania facility, has consistently been a leader and innovator in the systems-built housing market since opening its doors in 1988.

    Colony Homes prides itself on intertwining day-to-day operations with its core values of Integrity, Trust, Create Teamwork to Win, Relationships Matter, Curious to be Better, and Diversity of Thinking and Debate. These values are used throughout their facility as the foundation to their success.

    For the past 34 years, their success has been on the dedicated employees that build their homes, and the retailers that sell them in a 15-state area.

    Colony Homes is in search of driven candidates with great work ethics and motivation are encouraged to apply to be a part of their family, and experience the opportunity to learn various skills to become proficient at the following construction trade knowledge:

    • Welding
    • Plumbing
    • Framing/Carpentry
    • Electrical
    • Siding
    • Roofing
    • Cabinet Construction
    • Cabinet Installation
    • Carpet/Flooring Installation
    • Material Handling
    • Forklift Operation
    • And More…

    Full-time position: Monday – Friday, Day Shift, Pay up to an average of $25.50/hour

    Benefits:

    • Paid Vacation
    • Paid Personal Days
    • 401K
    • Life Insurance (Company Paid)
    • AD&D Insurance (Company Paid)
    • Health Insurance
    • Dental Insurance
    • Vision Discount Policy
    • 10 Paid Holidays
    • Safety Incentive Program

    Skills & Qualifications:

    • Dependability
    • Efficiency
    • Attention to Detail
    • Safety Conscious
    • Ability to Follow Directions
    • An ideal production employee must be willing to learn quickly and enjoy “hands on” work alongside peers.

    Wages:

    After a 45-day union probationary period, the hourly rate will be based on the union contract incentive system, with rates up to an average of $25.50/hour.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Salary: $13.00 – $25.50 per hour

    Schedule: Monday to Friday

    Stop by the Colony Homes facility on Paint Boulevard, Shippenville, and apply today!



    Field Marketing Representative/Underwriter
    Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Company

    Farmers Mutual Fire Insurance Company is seeking a motivated individual to join their team.

    Candidates will have the opportunity to pursue a career by marketing and underwriting property insurance.

    The position involves fostering and developing relationships with an existing agency force and new agency appointments. Developing marketing strategies for products and services provided by the company to agents and policyholders.

    A marketing representative/underwriter will gain an understanding of the principles of underwriting and operations within the department as well as the company by reviewing new business applications for acceptability, requesting additional information, if necessary, and accepting or rejecting risks per the company guidelines.

    A successful candidate will have the ability to identify, analyze and solve problems as well as the ability to learn rapidly and adapt quickly to change. The position will require the ability to work independently and develop decision-making skills.

    Good verbal and written communication skills and the ability to establish trust and effective working relationships with others on an external and internal basis are necessary.

    This position provides competitive benefits and educational opportunities. Salary based upon experience.

    Qualifications Include:

    • Associates Degree and/or equivalent education/experience
    • Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent education and experience
    • Prior insurance experience is a plus but not necessary
    • Above-average interpersonal and relationship skills
    • Demonstrates good teamwork, judgment, and decision-making skills
    • Initiative-taking with strong organizational skills
    • Thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office software
    • Able to travel up to 50% of the time
    • Must possess a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license

    Job Type: Full-time

    Benefits:

    • 401(k)
    • 401(k) matching
    • Health insurance
    • Dental insurance
    • Vision insurance
    • Flexible spending account
    • Life insurance
    • Paid time off
    • Professional development assistance
    • Tuition reimbursement

    Additional Benefits:

    • Remote work ability an option (Upon completion of training)
    • Availability of company car use for travel to agency visits

    Schedule: Monday to Friday

    To Apply: Send letter of interest and resume to: [email protected]



    Forensic Liaison
    County of Clarion

    The Clarion County Mental Health department currently has an opening for a Forensic Liaison.

    POSITION: Forensic Liaison- Non-exempt, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

    DEPARTMENT: Mental Health (MH), Clarion, PA

    PAY GRADE: $31,200.00-$34,320.00

    BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 yearly stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

    POSTING DATE: December 17, 2021

    HOW TO APPLY: A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php

    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB: This is an administrative position that provides assistance to Clarion County residents who are forensically hospitalized, incarcerated, inpatients at a Long-Term Structured Rehabilitation facility (LTSR) or Extended Acute Care treatment program (EAC). The Forensic Liaison will work closely with Warren State Hospital, Torrance State hospital, or any other state hospital in the Commonwealth. This position will collaborate with the facility and patients to provide services, case management, and other assistance through the County Mental Health Office.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB:

    1. Administratively case manage Clarion County residents who are forensically involved with MH/DD services
    2. Attend Mental Health Review Officer hearings (MHRO) as a Clarion County representative
    3. Attend treatment team meetings in person or over the phone for those that are hospitalized or in treatment facilities
    4. Assist with gathering information and required reports for admission to the LTSR
    5. Work closely with the LTSR staff with treatment planning and discharge coordination
    6. Assist the DD Program with forensically involved individuals
    7. Assist with the process of applying for Competency Evaluations and Restoration
    8. Complete follow–up meetings with those being discharged from correction centers and treatment facilities
    9. Make referrals to the Base Service Unit (BSU) and other community support programs when appropriate
    10. Assist with employment, mental health treatment, medical treatment, food, clothing, transportation and housing and any other Social Determinants of Health needs
    11. Communicate with the Dept. of Corrections (DOC) to ensure mental health service follow up upon release
    12. Provide liaison services to the Courts, District Attorney, Probation, Public Defender, private attorneys, corrections, law enforcement and the BSU
    13. Coordinate, schedule and attend meetings, trainings and works sessions as needed

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB:

    1. Attend staffing, training, and other meetings as required
    2. Proficient with computer programs
    3. Performs other job-related work as required

    SUPERVISION GIVEN:
    Reports directly to the Mental Health Administrator/Deputy Administrator and receives occasional instructions and supervision regarding daily work duties.

    WORKING CONDITIONS:

    1. Works indoors with adequate lighting, temperature, and ventilation
    2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise and stress, but subject to frequent disruptions
    3. Works with average indoor exposure to dust/dirt, noise, stress, and disruptions
    4. Travels periodically to other work sites as needed

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS:

    1. Must possess ability to record, convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions
    2. Must possess hearing, seeing, speaking, and reasoning senses necessary to carry out job duties
    3. Must be able to sit for long periods during the workday, with frequent standing, walking and occasional bending, twisting, stooping, reaching, and grasping as necessary to carry out essential job duties
    4. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; to simple movements of feet/legs/torso as necessary to carry out job duties
    5. Light work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with weights of 20-30 pounds
    6. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position
    7. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work

    QUALIFICATIONS

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
    Bachelor’s Degree and one year of mental health, criminal justice, or case management experience.
    Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a Pennsylvania driver’s license.

    CLEARANCES:

    • Must work in conjunction with employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results
    • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs”

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language and to follow oral and written instructions
    2. Must possess effective oral and written communication skills
    3. Must possess ability to function independently, have flexibility and personal integrity and the ability to work effectively with clients, authorities, co-workers, and others
    4. Must possess the technical knowledge of operating personal computers and other office equipment
    5. Must possess general knowledge of modern office practices and procedures and have the ability to apply same to essential duties of the job and develop efficiencies
    6. Must possess ability to perform simple math calculations with accuracy and reasonable speed
    7. Must possess ability to learn county, state and federal rules and regulations, procedures, and practices
    8. Must be willing and able to work within strict rules of confidentiality regarding client information and records
    9. Must possess ability to prepare and maintain files and reports
    10. Must be able to type with accuracy and efficiency
    11. Must possess the ability to compose replies to routine correspondence
    12. Must be comfortable working with a variety of computer applications and software
    13. Must possess excellent organizational skills and the ability to prioritize and coordinate several schedules and/or projects with accuracy and efficiency
    14. Must possess the skills necessary to prepare, edit and format grammatically correct written materials

    HOW TO APPLY:
    A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which the county is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

    Please submit an application to:

    Human Resources Administration Building
    Second Floor
    330 Main Street
    Clarion, PA 16214

    Applications are available:

  • Online by visiting: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
  • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214 • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.
  • DEADLINE TO APPLY: December 31, 2021, at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    Clerk Typist II
    County of Clarion

    Clarion County Children and Youth Services currently has an opening for a Clerk Typist II.

    POSITION: Clerk Typist II, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

    DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA

    PAY GRADE: $21,840.00 annually (starting rate)

    BENEFITS: Up to family coverage for health, dental, and vision insurance effective first of the month after the date of hire (employee pays 12.5% of the premium, the county pays 87.5%). $1,500 stipend if you do not need the county insurance. Life insurance coverage at no cost to employees. 5 Vacation days first year, 10 vacation days starting the second year, 3 personal days per year, 10 sick days per year, 13 paid holidays off. Enrollment in Clarion County’s Pension plan (vested after 5 years, eligible to retire at 55 with 20 years of service).

    POSTING DATE: December 17, 2021

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: Friday, December31, 2021 at 4:00 p.m.

    HOW TO APPLY:
    A County application and copy of your transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.

    Applications are available at: www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php


    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB:
    This is moderately complex clerical work involving the typing and processing of documents in a variety of functions. An employee in this class performs clerical work of moderate complexity which requires the utilization of typing skills and the processing of a variety of documents which include the verification of information, performing arithmetic calculations, coding, and assisting the public in completing governmental forms. Work involves the skilled typing of correspondence, reports, transactions, transmittals, and similar documents as part of the clerical documents processing of an office or functional activity. Work may involve the skilled utilization of specialized equipment such as magnetic and mass storage typewriters, computer scopes, or similar equipment where the input is through a typewriter console. Work involves the responsibility for a significant aspect of a work process, an involved single office activity that is production or control-oriented, or other multiple activities that are comparable in scope and complexity. Work may involve providing secretarial services to one or more individuals in those cases where management has determined that shorthand skills are not required. Work may involve providing training and guidance to new employees and fulfilling a lead worker role for routine clerical operations. Work is subject to periodic changes in operating procedures and requires some adaptability to shifts in work schedule. Employees work with considerable independence within standard operating procedures; however, detailed supervisory guidance and review is received for new or unusual situations and changes in operating procedures and policies.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB

    1. Types letters, reports, memos, and a variety of other documents from handwritten, draft, oral instructions, or original source documents.
    2. Files and maintains open and closed charts, supplementary materials and lists related to charts. Maintains department archive room. Assists with purging.
    3. Proofreads all materials to ensure that information is grammatically correct, complete and in compliance with agency, department and county policies and procedures.
    4. Sorts and delivers incoming mail. Maintains correspondence per department requirements.
    5. Answers telephone and transfers calls. Takes messages as required. Answers routine questions regarding Human Service programs.
    6. Makes bulk copies and faxes as needed.
    7. Greets and assists general public by taking or providing information, directing them to proper locations and informing staff of their appointments.
    8. Prepares and processes required department documents, forms, newsletters and/or reports as required.
    9. Updates information on databases and record sheets and reconciles reports as needed.
    10. Operates basic office equipment as needed.
    11. Compiles data within department for data collection and reports.
    12. Updates various lists within the department.
    13. Assists department staff with special projects and assignments as requested.
    14. Logs and submits correspondence related to child/elder abuse investigations.
    15. Enters data on spreadsheets to track departmental tasks.
    16. Determines supply needs; keeps record of inventory and prepares supply requisitions.

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

    1. Attends meetings and/or training sessions as required.
    2. Delivers mail/legal/agency papers to the Courthouse or other County offices; occasionally performs errands as needed to carry out essential job duties.
    3. Performs other job-related duties as required.

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED:
    Receives instructions and supervision from Human Services Clerical Supervisor.

    WORKING CONDITIONS:

    1. Works indoors in adequate office space, lighting, and ventilation, but subject to fluctuations in temperatures.
    2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise and stress, but subject to frequent disruptions.
    3. Below normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt.

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS:

    1. Must possess ability to record, convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions.
    2. Must be able to sit for long periods throughout the workday, with intermittent periods of standing and walking and occasional periods of bending, twisting, stooping, reaching as necessary to carry out essential job duties.
    3. Dexterity requirements range from coordinated movements of fingers/hands for typewriter and computer, to simple dexterity of feet/legs/torso as necessary to carry out job duties.
    4. Sedentary work, with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of ten pounds.
    5. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stresses of the position and the work environment.
    6. Must be able to move frequently throughout the workday as needed to carry out essential job duties.
    7. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    A. EDUCATION/TRAINING- Six months experience as Clerk Typist 1; or High School diploma or equivalency plus some demonstrated business/clerical and computer knowledge. Necessary Special Requirement: Must possess a valid driver’s license.
    B. WORK EXPERIENCE- Two years of clerical work experience in an office environment, county government, or court system that includes data entry, report generation/reconciliation, and record-keeping; or an equivalent combination of education or related experience unless regulatory requirements state otherwise.
    C. CLEARANCES-

    1. Must work in conjunction with the employer to apply for Act 34 PA State Police Criminal History, Act 151 PA Child Abuse and FBI clearances prior to employment. All clearances must reflect acceptable results.
    2. Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs.”

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner in order to carry out essential functions of the job.
    2. Must possess good communication and interpersonal skills.
    3. Must possess the ability to function independently, have the flexibility and the ability to work effectively with clients, co-workers, and others.
    4. Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to client information and records.
    5. Must possess the technical knowledge of operating personal computers and other office equipment with accuracy and reasonable speed.
    6. Must possess general knowledge of modern office practices and procedures and ability to apply same to essential duties of the job.
    7. Must possess knowledge and ability to practice current and accurate usage of grammar, spelling, and filing procedures.
    8. Must possess the ability to learn assigned clerical tasks and adhere to prescribed departmental procedures.
    9. Must possess the ability to perform simple math calculations with accuracy and reasonable speed.
    10. Must possess the ability to learn county and legal rules, procedures, and practices as necessary within the department.
    11. Must be willing and able to work within strict rules of confidentiality.
    12. Must possess the ability to be able to handle a variety of clerical duties and switch from one to another throughout the workday.
    13. Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions which explain multifaceted procedures.
    14. Ability to perform within processing procedures that involve an understanding of multiple aspects and application of varied standards.
    15. Ability to proofread information for conformance with a prescribed pattern or form, to assure adherence to clerical office methods, or for compliance with specific administrative or procedural rules.
    16. Ability to transfer information and present it in a modified form according to rules and procedures.
    17. Ability to collect and organize material for reports by determining what available information should be included and presenting the information in a prescribed, organized format.
    18. Ability to compose straightforward informational correspondence such as transmittals or acknowledgments in reply to requests or questions on the work process or related information.
    19. Ability to perform basic arithmetic calculations such as the adding and subtracting of whole numbers and decimals; and multiplying and dividing by one-digit whole number or decimal multipliers and divisors.
    20. Ability to instruct and advise clerical employees on the methods and procedures used in the work area.
    21. Ability to organize work and develop effective work methods in an area that involves variable phases of different techniques and procedures.
    22. Ability to make duty-oriented decisions on the basis of well-defined standards and precedents.
    23. Ability to operate office and mail processing machines such as the adding machine, photocopier, postage meter, and addressograph; and instruct others on their use.

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application and transcripts are required to be considered for the advertised vacancy. Applications are only accepted for positions in which Clarion County is actively recruiting. Applications received for positions not being advertised or general/blanket applications will be discarded.

    Applications are available:

    • Online by visiting:
      www.co.clarion.pa.us/how_do_i/apply_for/employment_opportunities/index.php
    • In-Person by visiting the Clarion County Human Resource Office on the 2nd floor of the Administration Building located at 330 Main Street, Clarion, PA 16214
    • By fax or e-mail. You must contact the Clarion County Human Resource Office by calling 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 to share your e-mail or fax number.

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: Friday, December 31, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
    CLARION COUNTY IS A DRUG-FREE WORKPLACE

    APPLICANTS WHO REQUIRE SPECIAL ACCOMMODATION1S DUE TO A DISABILITY SHOULD CONTACT THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT AT 814-226-4000 EXT 2909 FOR ASSISTANCE.



    Maintenance Technician and Plant Technicians
    J.M. Smucker

    The J.M. Smucker plant in New Bethlehem, PA currently has openings for a maintenance technician and plant technicians.

    Title: Maintenance Technician
    Location: New Bethlehem, PA
    Reports to: Technical Leader

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:
    The primary functions of the Maintenance Technician include, but are not limited to:

    • Quick learner – Must be willing to learn new skills such as how to safely and effectively maintain the production equipment
    • Responsible – Consistent on-time attendance record, comfortable assessing situations and making recommendations after reviewing related information
    • Math skills – Fluent in basic and applied math skills such as measuring materials and equipment settings for machine adjustments and set-up
    • Problem-solving skills – Able to logically approach a situation and determine the root cause and likely solutions
    • Team player – Able to work with other crew members and staff to maximize everyone’s skills to progress the team’s overall goals
    • Communication skills – Need to be able to verbalize ideas to work effectively with other crew members and staff. Proficient written and reading skills to document daily operational results
    • Understand operation of all equipment in facility
    • Ownership in obtaining quotes and ordering parts for production equipment
    • Ensure all quality-related aspects of the product are maintained
    • Maintain a safe, healthy productive work environment
    • Perform preventative maintenance activities
    • Troubleshoot and repair all production-related equipment
    • Troubleshoot electrical systems, control circuits and PLC components
    • Recommend improved methods / cost-saving measures
    • Train, develop and assist production personnel
    • Operate a forklift truck
    • Become certified in electric systems, lockout/tag out and welding
    • Safely operate all shop equipment and power tools
    • Basic knowledge of machinery, welding and fabrication
    • Willing to clean work areas and equipment
    • Excellent communication and organizational skills
    • 3 – 5 years’ experience in manufacturing equipment repair
    • Ability to work a specific shift rotation that could include 1st, 2nd or 3rd

    QUALIFICATIONS:

    • High-school degree or equivalent is required
    • Technical Degree or Experience with electrical or mechanical systems – Preferred

    KEY CAPABILITIES & METRICS:

    • Ability to work weekends as needed is a must
    • Stands up for beliefs and values of the Company
    • Consistently trusted and respected
    • Always confronts unethical actions
    • Role model for attendance & punctuality
    • Shares facts and opinions in a constructive manner
    • Produces the highest quality work, provides desired results
    • Operates with continuous improvement mindset striving for zero loss
    • Challenges the status quo and brings forth innovative ideas
    • Anticipates quality challenges actively mitigates risk
    • Promotes a collaborative approach
    • Role model for creating a positive work environment
    • Demonstrates genuine care and compassion for others
    • Actively seeks internal customer feedback and perspective
    • Ability to Implement (Communication, Sense of Urgency, Teamwork)
    • Operates with a team player mindset, able to handle disagreement
    • High output, results focused
    • Expertly identifies priorities, manages time appropriately
    • Works hard to understand other viewpoints

    BENEFITS

    • 3 weeks paid vacation
    • 401 (k) with company match of 7%
    • 12 paid holidays
    • Competitive Benefits Package (effective date of hire)

    To apply visit https://www.jmsmucker.com/careers.


    Title: Plant Technician
    Location: New Bethlehem, PA
    Reports to: Area Leader

    KEY RESPONSIBILITIES

    • Be able to contribute within the framework of a highly functioning Team
    • Responsible for the manufacture of consumer foods which comply with all food safety, quality and regulatory requirements.
    • Understands and supports company and site safety policies and performs work related activities in a safe manner.
    • Recognizes unsafe work conditions, coaches peers, and suggests new safety standards as appropriate.
    • Performs the necessary activities to operate, maintain, and clean assigned production equipment.
    • Understands, follows, and improves documented operational, maintenance, and sanitation standards in a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) work environment.
    • Identifies and corrects equipment defects.
    • Performs cleaning, inspection, and lubrication (CIL) activities.
    • Identifies and troubleshoots basic machinery and process issues.
    • Learns and performs basic repair and maintenance activities.
    • Performs sanitation activities on a regular basis.
    • Performs equipment changeovers.
    • Operates material handling equipment such as forklifts, hand trucks, pallet jacks, etc.
    • Creates or updates documentation as needed (SOPs, Job Aids, CIL Improvements).
    • Uses continuous improvement tools to eliminate losses and drive issues to root cause; documents, communicates, and implements corrective and preventative actions.
    • Use basic hand tools such as wrenches, screwdrivers, pliers, hammers, drills, grinders, etc.
    • Analyzes information using principles of math and statistics.
    • Assists in solving problems using analytical troubleshooting, critical thinking and root cause analysis.
    • Works as part of a team and assists fellow employees as needed.
    • Other duties as assigned.

    SELECTION CRITERIA
    Education

    • High-school degree or equivalent is required
    • A two-year degree or technical degree is preferred Experience
    • Previous manufacturing experience is preferred

    Other

    • Able to work afternoon (3pm – 11:30pm) or midnight (11pm – 7:30am) shifts and overtime as needed
    • Able to read, understand, and follow documents such as safety policies, Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs), Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPs) and general instructions
    • Able to understand and carry out both oral and written instructions
    • Good communication skills, including the ability to give and receive feedback
    • Able to set and meet goals
    • Able to work both independently and on a team
    • Works well with support personnel to maintain high standards for safety, quality, and reliability and drive improvements
    • Able to make data-driven decisions and engage others as appropriate
    • Basic computer skills including email and Microsoft Office
    • Able to learn company specific computer systems
    • Able to perform the key responsibilities outlined above in accordance with safety standards and practices

    Physical requirements of the job include the ability to:

    • Lift and carry up to 50 pounds
    • Stand, sit, walk, enter confined spaces, push, pull, kneel, squat, and climb
    • Perform repetitive actions, reach, and feel
    • Hear, speak, and see

    BENEFITS

    • 3 weeks paid vacation
    • 401 (k) with company match of 7%
    • 12 paid holidays
    • Competitive Benefits Package (effective date of hire)

    To apply visit https://www.jmsmucker.com/careers.



    Multiple Positions at Clarion Psychiatric Center
    Clarion Psychiatric Center

    Clarion Psychiatric Center is now hiring for multiple positions.

    • RN
    • LPN
    • Travel Temp RN
    • Mental Health Technician

    For a full list of employment opportunities click the link below

    https://jobs.uhsinc.com/clarion-psychiatric-center/jobs



    Several Positions Available Through All Seasons Temporaries Inc.
    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc.

    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc. has several new job openings in the local area.

    Warehouse Assistant

    Needed in Barkeyville

    Temporary to permanent 45-60 days.

    Must pass pre-employment screening.

    Monday – Friday 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

    Requirements:

    • Prior fork truck experience
    • Warehouse experience preferred but not required
    • General computer skills
    • Ability to follow all safety guidelines
    • Team player but able to work independently
    • Reliable

    Please send resumes to [email protected] or call 814-437-2148 for more information.


    Admin Coordinator

    4-week assignment

    Weekly Pay!!

    Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Answering and directing phone calls
    • Filing, record keeping, document preparation, and editing
    • Provide support to visitors of the facility
    • Mail Distribution

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • High school diploma
    • Self-motivated requiring little direct supervision to accomplish tasks
    • Good communication skills
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Associates Degree in Business
    • Experience using SAP

    Must Pass Pre-Employment Screening.

    Please send resumes to [email protected] or call 814-437-2148 for more information.


    CAD Drafter

    This job is located in Franklin, PA.

    Monday – Friday

    $17-$25/hr. non- exempt

    Long Term Assignment

    Weekly Pay

    Responsibilities:

    • Create CAD models and detailed drawings to capture process, dimensions, inspections, and other pertinent engineering information utilizing knowledge of engineering principles
    • Work with other engineers and designers to ensure consistent and quality engineering design output
    • Collaborate as needed with shop employees regarding designs in manufacturing

    Qualifications:

    • Pass pre-employment screening
    • A.S. Engineering with mechanical/ electrical focus, or equivalent experience
    • Proficient with Autodesk CAD tools. (Inventor, AutoCAD, Vault)
    • Experience with SAP business systems desired
    • Personable with excellent verbal/written communication skills and time management
    • High level of initiative with ability to work independently and as a part of a broader team
    • Experience with the design of industrial heavy equipment and machinery desired
    • Understanding of manufacturing techniques and assembly processes desired

    Physical Requirements:

    Ability to sit, stand. walk, kneel, reach and lift up to 20 lbs on occasion.

    Send resume to [email protected]


    Assembly/Crater

    Monday – Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
    $11/hr – Non-exempt

    Potential for temporary to permanent

    Qualified candidates must:

    • Pass Pre-Employment Screening
    • Be able to lift up to 40lbs
    • Be able to bend, kneel, push and pull
    • Have prior experience with hand/power tools
    • Follow all safety rules
    • Be reliable
    • Have steel toe boots

    Job Description (but not limited to)

    • Assemble product
    • Prepare product for shipping
    • Assist with building crates for product
    • Maintain clean work space

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to [email protected]


    Lumber Handlers – Endeavor, Pa.

    $12/Hr. Non-Exempt

    Temporary to permanent employment

    6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

    Weekly Pay.

    Excellent benefits package after full-time hire probationary period has been met.

    Requirements:

    • Must be able to stand, kneel, bend, push, and pull during 8-hour shift
    • Must be reliable
    • Must have a high school diploma

    Duties: (but not limited to):

    • Sort, stack and count lumber
    • Bundle lumber accordingly
    • Properly run machines
    • Ability to work with team members to complete duties

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to [email protected]


    Stick Layers and Bin Tenders – Marienville

    $13/hour – 1st and 2nd shifts available – Non-Exempt

    Job Requirements:

    • Ability to lift, bend, twist, and stand for duration shift
    • Must pass pre-employment screening
    • Must have steel-toed boots
    • Must have general mathematical skills
    • Must abide by all safety protocols
    • Understand lockout protocols
    • Must be able to work with a team

    Duties (but not limited to):

    • Stack and sort lumber in appropriate slots
    • Count pieces in stacks
    • Tag bundles
    • Operate machines and make sure they do not jam
    • Clean machines when they are down
    • Maintain clean work spaces

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to [email protected]


    About All Season’s Temporaries Inc.

    All Season’s offices are located at 1288 Liberty Street in Franklin and 113 N. Broad Street in Grove City.

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 for the Franklin office or 724-458-6777 for the Grove City office.

    Interested individuals may contact either office for available assignments.



    Class A CDL Truck Drivers
    Mealy Excavating & Construction, Inc.

    Mealy Excavating & Construction, Inc. is accepting applications Class A CDL Truck Drivers.

    Applicant requirements:

    • Minimum 5 years of experience
    • Safety oriented
    • Positive attitude & works well in teams
    • Good work ethic
    • Ability to lift heavy material

    What we offer:

    • Retirement Plan
    • Health, Dental & Vision Insurance
    • Life Insurance
    • On the job training & certifications
    • Competitive wages based on qualifications

    How to apply:

    • In Person – 128 Lake Lucy Road Tionesta, PA 16353 Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    • Online – visit their website at www.mealyinc.com to download an application, you may also submit a resume with an application at [email protected]

    NO Phone calls will be accepted and applications must be submitted with a resume.



    Several Positions Available Through All Seasons Temporaries Inc.
    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc.

    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc. has several new job openings in the local area.

    CAD Drafter

    This job is located in Franklin, PA.

    Monday – Friday

    $17-$25/hr. non- exempt

    Long Term Assignment

    Weekly Pay

    Responsibilities:

    • Create CAD models and detailed drawings to capture process, dimensions, inspections, and other pertinent engineering information utilizing knowledge of engineering principles
    • Work with other engineers and designers to ensure consistent and quality engineering design output
    • Collaborate as needed with shop employees regarding designs in manufacturing

    Qualifications:

    • Pass pre-employment screening
    • A.S. Engineering with mechanical/ electrical focus, or equivalent experience
    • Proficient with Autodesk CAD tools. (Inventor, AutoCAD, Vault)
    • Experience with SAP business systems desired
    • Personable with excellent verbal/written communication skills and time management
    • High level of initiative with ability to work independently and as a part of a broader team
    • Experience with the design of industrial heavy equipment and machinery desired
    • Understanding of manufacturing techniques and assembly processes desired

    Physical Requirements:

    Ability to sit, stand. walk, kneel, reach and lift up to 20 lbs on occasion.

    Send resume to [email protected]


    Assembly/Crater

    Monday – Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
    $11/hr – Non-exempt

    Potential for temporary to permanent

    Qualified candidates must:

    • Pass Pre-Employment Screening
    • Be able to lift up to 40lbs
    • Be able to bend, kneel, push and pull
    • Have prior experience with hand/power tools
    • Follow all safety rules
    • Be reliable
    • Have steel toe boots

    Job Description (but not limited to)

    • Assemble product
    • Prepare product for shipping
    • Assist with building crates for product
    • Maintain clean work space

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to [email protected]


    Clarion School Secretary

    Temporary Assignment
    7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

    $12-$15/hour Non-Exempt

    Qualified candidates must pass pre-employment screening and have clearances.

    Duties (but not limited to):

    • Maintain school calendar
    • Coordinate special events
    • Prepare Flyers for circulation
    • Sort and distribute mail
    • Order office supplies
    • Filing
    • Accept payments
    • Assist with monitoring classrooms as needed

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to [email protected]


    Grinder

    7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday

    Potential for temporary to permanent employment.

    Prior grinding experience required.

    Potential growth into welding/fabrication.

    Requirements:

    • Ability to lift, bend, push, pull and stand during 8 hour shift
    • Ability to read prints
    • Must be detail oriented
    • Must be reliable
    • Must pass pre-employment screening
    • Must follow all safety protocols

    Paid weekly on ASTI payroll.

    Call 814-437-2148 for more information.


    Lumber Handlers – Endeavor, Pa.

    $12/Hr. Non-Exempt

    Temporary to permanent employment

    6:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

    Weekly Pay.

    Excellent benefits package after full-time hire probationary period has been met.

    Requirements:

    • Must be able to stand, kneel, bend, push, and pull during 8-hour shift
    • Must be reliable
    • Must have a high school diploma

    Duties: (but not limited to):

    • Sort, stack and count lumber
    • Bundle lumber accordingly
    • Properly run machines
    • Ability to work with team members to complete duties

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to [email protected]


    Painter

    $11/Hr. Non-Exempt

    Will train on 1st shift 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. for 90 days, then go to 2nd or 3rd shift

    Potential for 90 days temp to perm.

    Duties:

    • Read work orders- analyze require paint operation
    • Perform hand spray paint techniques overs a lengthy time span
    • Paint in a flat, horizontal, vertical, down, or overhead position
    • Be able to use a variety of hand tools

    Requirements:

    • Steel-toed shoes
    • Push/pull 40 lbs.
    • Bend, twist, and stand for long periods of time
    • Pre-employment screening

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to [email protected]


    Stick Layers and Bin Tenders – Marienville

    $13/hour – 1st and 2nd shifts available – Non-Exempt

    Job Requirements:

    • Ability to lift, bend, twist, and stand for duration shift
    • Must pass pre-employment screening
    • Must have steel-toed boots
    • Must have general mathematical skills
    • Must abide by all safety protocols
    • Understand lockout protocols
    • Must be able to work with a team

    Duties (but not limited to):

    • Stack and sort lumber in appropriate slots
    • Count pieces in stacks
    • Tag bundles
    • Operate machines and make sure they do not jam
    • Clean machines when they are down
    • Maintain clean work spaces

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 or send your resume to [email protected]


    About All Season’s Temporaries Inc.

    All Season’s offices are located at 1288 Liberty Street in Franklin and 113 N. Broad Street in Grove City.

    For more information, call 814-437-2148 for the Franklin office or 724-458-6777 for the Grove City office.

    Interested individuals may contact either office for available assignments.



    Student Assistance Program (SAP) Liaison – AICDAC
    Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission

    The Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion Drug and Alcohol Commission has three new full-time 9-month positions available for a Student Assistance Program Liaison to work with school students that have been referred by the school district SAP teams in each county.

    These 3 positions are 9-month positions (September through May).

    Each SAP Liaison will be responsible for attending the SAP Team meetings at each school in the assigned county, providing screening for SAP referrals, and coordinating assessments with Case Managers. SAP Liaisons will also be responsible for becoming active with the assigned schools, clubs, and groups to promote drug and alcohol prevention programs and activities.

    Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree required in Education (degrees in this field are a plus), Social or Behavioral Sciences, and/or preferably one-year experience in drug and alcohol prevention, case management, or counseling skills. Applicants should be proficient in Microsoft programs and other computer skills. Candidates must have or be able to obtain the necessary clearances to work with children and have a driver’s license. Company vehicles are available for travel.

    Salary is based on experience and qualifications.

    Interested candidates need to submit a cover letter, references, and resume to Kami Anderson at [email protected]



    Residential Plumbing Service Technician
    Luton’s Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning

    Luton’s Plumbing, Heating, and Air Conditioning, in Clarion, currently has an opening for a Residential Plumbing Service Technician.

    Min Yrs Experience: 5 Years
    Education: High School/GED
    Salary Range: $45,000-$60,000

    Job Description:
    Plumbing Service Technician needed for small HVAC and Plumbing service company located in Clarion, PA. The successful candidate will be required to service, repair maintain, and at times install residential plumbing systems.

    Technical abilities needed by the successful candidate include:

    • Water Heater service and installation
    • Pipe Fitting with Copper, PEX, Quest, CPVC, PVC, ABS, Poly and Iron/threaded pipe
    • Neat and quality workmanship
    • Pump service and installation
    • General troubleshooting
    • Gas line sizing
    • Drain Cleaning
    • Water conditioning

    Personal attributes of the successful candidate include:

    • Good communication skills
    • Enjoy and be comfortable interacting with customers
    • Able to work independently
    • Ability to explore customer needs and provide them with service options to meet their needs
    • Safe driver
    • Desire to be a team member and participate in the development and execution of company policies

    The essential functions of the Service Technician are to provide general mechanical repairs and services. This position handles service calls to customers in their homes and utilizes customer
    service training to educate and assist customers in choosing service, products, and payment options.

    Benefits Offered:

    • Medical
    • Retirement
    • Vehicle Provided
    • Gas

    Other Benefits include:

  • Retirement plan with a 3% match by the company
  • Training
  • Paid holidays
  • Paid Vacation
  • Bonus – Bonuses and/or spiffs by program
  • Well stocked service van
  • Company provided cell phone
  • Possible relocation assistance
  • To apply, send resumes to [email protected]



    Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer
    County of Clarion

    The County of Clarion currently has an opening for an Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer.

    POSITION: Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer

    LOCATION: Clarion County Domestic Relations Office, Clarion, PA

    TYPE POSITION: Level 1 (Full Time, 35 hours per week)

    SALARY RANGE: $29,120 – $34,580

    QUALIFICATIONS: Associate or Bachelor’s Degree and two years experience in family law or a similar combination of education and experience. Must have strong computer skills, supervisory and accounting experience.

    TO APPLY: Send a cover letter and resume with no less than three references to [email protected]
    Any attachments must be in .pdf or .docx format

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: December 17, 2021

    OVERALL OBJECTIVES:
    The purpose of the position of Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer is to provide administrative support to the Director and process all requests through the PACSES system. This position will also work all enforcement remedies for support cases to obtain full, timely payment.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    • Perform necessary duties of the Director when absent
    • PACSES Administrator
      • Submit online requests for any problems that arise from PACSES/SCDU
      • Data Processing Service Requests
      • Financial Exceptions Requests
      • SCDU Coordinator
    • Enforcement
      • Prepare Contempt Petitions
      • Work daily enforcement alerts for compliance of court orders
      • Review files and determine necessary enforcement action
      • Schedule and conduct enforcement/contempt conferences
      • FIDM/MSFIDM-review all financial data matches received via mail alerts for processing
      • Review Credit Bureau reporting and process
      • Review driver’s license and recreational license suspensions and process
      • Process bench warrants, release orders and detainers
      • Maintain the incarceration log
    • Financials
      • Submit over the counter payments to SCDU via computer for processing and prepare bank deposits when Director is absent
      • Work the R902 (FTI report) daily
    • Prepare court orders and enter information onto PACSES for processing
      • Orders from contempt hearings
    • Prepare the DRS Hearing Officer’s Report and Recommendation for processing
    • Work a number of monthly Data Integrity Task (DIT) lists (per attached) and initiates the necessary action
    • Assist clients and workers daily with questions/complaints/concerns
    • Perform related duties as assigned by authorized personnel and back-up to office personnel when necessary
    • Read Daily Production and proceed accordingly with any new information being implemented by the PACSES project
    • Review and follow through with alerts received from CSLN
    • Attend contempt hearings and prepare court orders, as needed
    • Process and prepare emancipation orders
    • Prints Fee transmittal and help prepare/ help complete the MSE with Director monthly

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED:
    Report to the Director. Receive limited instruction or supervision in carrying out routine day-to-day tasks.

    SUPERVISION GIVEN:
    Provide supervision to Receptionist, Intake Caseworker, and Conference Officer as needed.

    WORKING CONDITIONS:
    The work environment characteristics described herein are representative of those the employee encounters while performing the essential functions of the position. The Assistant Director/Enforcement Officer works indoors on a regular basis in the office with minimal environmental factors.

    PHYSICAL/ MENTAL CONDITIONS:

    • Must possess the ability to do light work with occasional lifting/carrying of objects up to 20 pounds
    • Must be able to pay close attention to detail while being able to concentrate for long periods of time
    • Must be able to sit for long periods throughout the work day with occasional standing, walking, twisting and bending
    • Must possess the ability to convey and present information, explain procedures, and follow instructions

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree and 2 years of experience in family law, or a similar combination of experience and education required. Must have strong computer skills supervisory and accounting experience.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    • Ability to work effectively with the public, co-workers, subordinates, and government officials
    • Ability to speak and write English fluently and to understand written and spoken English
    • Effective communication skills
    • Good interpersonal skills
    • Ability to exercise initiative and problem-solving skills in carrying out job duties, and to make independent decisions when circumstances warrant
    • Ability to function independently and to be flexible
    • Knowledge of modern office practices and equipment
    • Ability to become familiar with various legal publications, legal terminology and the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedures in order to comprehend various documents and schedule matters as dictated by rule and/or statute
    • Skilled in utilizing current word processing and spreadsheet software, such as Microsoft Office
    • Ability to handle a variety of unrelated issues simultaneously
    • Required to maintain strict confidentiality, as specifically set forth in the Court Personnel and Procedures Manual
    • Partisan political activity prohibited

    CLARION COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER



    Home Health/Hospice Aide
    Clarion Forest VNA

    Clarion Forest VNA is seeking a full-time Home Health/Hospice Aide.

    Their home health/hospice aides provide personal care services to both home health and hospice patients in their home and other skilled healthcare facilities primarily in Clarion and Forest Counties. The individual best fit for this position is well-organized and has excellent customer service skills.

    Requirements:

    • CNA preferred but not required
    • Reliable Transportation is a must; traveling to patient homes required
    • Valid Driver’s License
    • CPR certification preferred
    • Able to work in a variety of settings and conditions

    Work hours are primarily Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.; plus rotating evenings, weekends, and holidays.

    Full-time employees are eligible for Health, Dental, Vision, 401K, generous PTO, and more!

    Applications can be obtained at www.cfvna.org and sent with a resume to Human Resources, 271 Perkins Road, Clarion, PA, 16214 or via email to [email protected]

    For additional information, please contact Clarion Forest VNA at 814-297-8400.

    EOE



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