Job Posting: TRAINING COORDINATOR

Qualifications: Must meet applicable registration requirements of ODDD.
Must be able to physically complete the required tasks, including lifting up to 50 pounds.
Valid Ohio Driver’s License and good driving record.
Supervisory experience preferred.
Ability to read, write, and communicate effectively.
Must have strong organizational skills.
Advanced working experience of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft PowerPoint, Internet and social media.
Experience compiling and tracking data electronically.
Experience managing public presentation and teaching.
Experience in developing and maintaining classroom curriculum.

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Duties: Coordinate job training activities and weekly schedules for Job Trainers to meet client needs. Verify time cards and travel forms for accuracy for Job Trainers and ensure appropriate billing for services (OOD, Beacon School, etc.). May accompany Job Developer on employer contacts. Coordinate/develop and edit typed written reports for funding sources, job training results, etc. Provide job training as needed. Ensure that best practices are used in providing job training services including the emphasis on systematic instruction, development of training aids and collaborating with others to meet individual needs at the job site (job modifications, etc.). Work with the Director of Facilities and Transportation to ensure that Job Trainers maintain requirements for transporting people with disabilities.

Determine client employment training needs and satisfaction by developing and implementing surveys, program evaluation results and input for Job Trainers, Habilitation Specialists, and other team members. Coordinate and/or teach Job Seeking Skills training to clients each quarter; minimum four times per year. Submit and collect Job Seeking Skills referral forms to/from Habilitation Specialists, Job Developer, employers and OOD counselors. Provide and/or coordinate regularly scheduled Job Club/Job Retention activities for workers with disabilities placed in community jobs. Gather and manage electronic information and data on program outcomes for consumer-related training and to develop recommendations for services.

Provide oversight of training room by monitoring the schedule of training activities. Develop, catalog, and maintain training and promotional materials and resources. Monitor and maintain care and condition of training room equipment, i.e.: video projector, computers, electronic tablet, supplies, etc. and report problems to the Secretary on a Computer Service Request form.

Coordinate and manage OOD authorizations, reports and track funding levels. Attend local, regional and state OOD meetings and assist with other duties relating to the coordination and quality assurance of OOD services.

Provide or assist Job Trainers with implementing training and/or education materials for employers and businesses, i.e. seizure disorders, etc.

Assist in the preparation for CARF, ODDD Accreditation, etc.

Assume other duties as assigned by supervisor and/or administration.

Attend Business Advisory Council meetings, Department meetings, etc., and present reports to groups.

Assist with special events that promote PersonnelPlus (Business After Hours, Chamber Expos, recognition, holiday events, and other public relation efforts etc.)
Wage: Per adopted salary schedule

Status: ABEA Union
Benefits: OPERS, Professional (pro-rated), Personal Leave (pro-rated), Float Leave (pro-rated, and Sick Leave (standard)

Schedule: Monday – Friday, 37.50 hours.
Deadline: August 31, 2015 to the Athens County Board of DD, 801 W. Union Street, Athens, OH 45701 by 4:00 PM.

Worksite: The work will occur at PersonnelPlus 8 Harper St. The Plains, Ohio 45780

Date Posted: August 24, 2015
Working conditions may exist that are not such as normally exist in the occupation of public employee. These conditions may include: Exposure to bloodborne pathogens, communicable diseases, potential infectious materials, hazardous chemicals and/or aggressive behaviors. EEO

Job Posting: CUSTODIAL MAINTENANCE WORKER

Qualifications: 21 years old, and possess and maintain a valid Ohio Class B operator’s license, w\ air brake endorsement, prefer passenger &SB. Must have high school diploma or GED, ability to operate fork lift.

Knowledge of custodial safety practices. Skill in operation of cleaning equipment, ability to use whole numbers & read & write common vocabulary.
Ability to read and understand work orders, simple instructions, and MSDS sheets.
Ability to perform routine maintenance tasks under the direction of other maintenance personnel and/or the Facility Director. Must be able to demonstrate skill of basic maintenance skills.

Ability to lift/move 25-75 pounds safely.
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Duties: Performs pre-trip inspections & drive vehicles to transport individuals to & from ACBDD programs.

Performs light maintenance and assist other maintenance personnel as needed. Drive shuttle when needed.

Sweeps, mops, strips, waxes, polishes & renews floor surfaces; cleans & shampoos rugs & carpets; washes walls; cleans, dusts & waxes furniture; cleans glass & mirrors; cleans & empties trash receptacles; removes & hangs drapes; removes snow & ice from walkways & drives; reports need for equipment repair; reports evidence of fire, illegal entry & theft of property; checks in and orders supplies through the facility director; stocks supply closet.

Performs pick up and deliveries of program related supplies and products.

Performs other duties as assigned.

Location: Atco

Wage: Per adopted salary schedule

Status: OAPSE Bargaining Unit
Benefits: OPERS, health, vision, dental, life insurance, personal, vacation and sick leave.

Schedule: Monday – Friday, 40 hours per week
Deadline: August 28, 2015 to the Athens County Board of DD, 801 W. Union Street, Athens, OH 45701 by 4:00 PM.

Worksite: The work will occur at Atco, Inc., 21 S. Campbell Street, Athens, Ohio

Date Posted: August 21, 2015
Working conditions may exist that are not such as normally exist in the occupation of public employee. These conditions may include: Exposure to bloodborne pathogens, communicable diseases, potential infectious materials, hazardous chemicals and/or aggressive behaviors. EEO

Job Posting: Vehicle Operator III – 188 day

Qualifications: Must be 18 years old, possess a high school diploma or GED, have ability to use whole numbers, read & write. Must possess a Class B CDL with school bus, passenger, and air brake endorsements.

2 years driving experience, minimum. Knowledge of Ohio driving rules/regulations; drive/safety practices, operation of passenger bus/motor vehicle.

Must be able to lift, carry move, load and secure enrollees in a safe manner. Lift/move safely 75-100 pounds.

Must demonstrate ability to use radio equipment. Ability to carry out instructions (written, oral, picture).

Valid license with good driving record.
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Duties: Operates passenger bus to transport up to 84 passengers (e.g., students and adults) to & from programs/services for various activities (e.g., athletic activities, educational programs & functions, training programs, field trips, chartered events, other miscellaneous activities).

Inspects, services & maintains vehicles; prepares mileage, fuel, passenger & related reports.

Operates station wagon, mini-bus, small passenger bus (1-15 passengers) to transport consumers or personnel.

Maintains accurate records for transportation purposes.

Perform other transportation duties as assigned.

Wage: Per adopted salary schedule

Status: OAPSE Bargaining Unit
Benefits: OPERS, health, vision, dental, life insurance, personal, vacation and sick leave.

Schedule: Monday – Friday, 40 hours per week
Deadline: August 28, 2015 to the Athens County Board of DD, 801 W. Union Street, Athens, OH 45701 by 4:00 PM.

Worksite: Lavelle Road, Athens, Ohio

Date Posted: August 21, 2015

Job Posting: Part Time Life Guard

Qualifications: Life guard certification.

Must be able to work in standing as well as sitting positions for four hours at a time.

Must be able to lift 25 lbs.

Must be able to stretch, reach, bend over, push and pull loads. Demonstrate physical fitness.

Have current driver’s license and good driving record.

Must have good oral and written communication skills.

Knowledge of safety practices; ability to recognize threatening conditions and take appropriate actions.

Duties: Provides for safety of swimmers by checking, watching and patrolling during swim periods; enforces rules and regulations regarding safe use of swimming facilities.

Reports and/or corrects any unsafe conditions or actions.

Assists swimmers in distress; administers any initial first aid/CPR as necessary

Wage: $8.25 per hour
Schedule: As needed – Location Beacon School
Deadline: August 24, 2015
Date Posted: August 10, 2015
Letter of Intent must be submitted to the Administrative Office, 801 W. Union St., Athens, OH 45701, by 4:00 PM August 24, 2015. EOE