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RECRUITING ROUND ROCHESTER

255 N. Goodman Street
Rochester, NY 14607
(585) 258-3500
A weekly job fair dedicated to connecting great talent with great businesses!
January 26, 2015
10am to 1pm


The following businesses will be at RochesterWorks!:

Center for Disability Rights
Recruiting for:

Home Health Aides (HHA)
Personal Care Aides (PCA)

ConServe
Recruiting for:

Debt Collection Specialists
Epilepsy-Pralid, Inc.
Recruiting for:

Community Habilitation
Residential Habilitation
Marshalls
Recruiting for:

Part-Time Retail Associates

*Come prepared for an interview, bring your resume and dress for success.*
*Please note the attendance of the employers is subject to change.*

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Benefits Administrator
The primary area of responsibility includes the day-to-day administration of employee benefit and wellness programs. Individual in the position will assist in maintaining company compliance with ACA regulations, vendor relations and management of benefit plans. Individual will assist in other HR departmental functions including labor law compliance and employee relations. Click here for full details and apply.

Accounts Receivable Manager
Accounts Receivables Manager is responsible for managing the accounts receivable function to ensure accurate records, including accounting of receipts, claims, overdue invoices and related accounting activities. Click here for full details and apply.

Inside Sales Associate (East Rochester)
Our Client, is a leading commercial cleaning company and  is looking for an inside sales professional that would like to grow and advance their sales career. This is a Part-time, immediate and excellent opportunity for a dynamic team-player to settle in and grow with our client. Initially, this person would need to make 20+ B2B calls per hour with the objective of establishing rapport and ultimately setting an appointment for a no-obligation cleaning proposal.  Included in the Inside Sales responsibilities are maintaining and managing our inside sales database.  Pleasant office environment, with some flexibility in scheduling. Please send a resume and cover letter to placement@rochesterworks.org and list the title of the position in the subject line.

NY1115983 Construction Manager (Added: 1/23/15)
Location: Webster, NY

Full-time, 40 hours per week. Job Description: Seeking a self-motivated individual that has general knowledge of the construction industry.  This person will be responsible for sizing and pricing mobile crane jobs, reading load charts, managing their jobs and customer relations.  On the job training is available.  The individual will need to be able to work in an office environment and on a construction site.  This person will learn different aspects of how the office is run. Skills Needed: 1.  Self-Motivated 2.  Hard Working  3.  Knowledge of Construction 4.  Good Communication. NYS Class D Driver’s license required. Other hiring requirements: drug screening, reference check. Potential candidates are pre-screened by Rochester Works Inc., 255 North Goodman St, Rochester, NY 14607.  If you feel you meet the qualifications for the position, please ask to speak with an Advisor and reference job order NY1115983.

 


JANUARY 23, 2015 HOT JOBS
 

Resident Assistants & Public Safety Officers
Volunteers of America
**Open Interviews on Tuesday, Jan. 27**

VOAUPNY Open Interviews! Earn a Paycheck While Making a Difference!  VOA provides 102,000 nights of shelter and 178,485 meals for 6,000 people and families in need from Upstate NY every year. Date: Tuesday January 27, 2015 from 12:00pm- 2:00pm at the VOA Administration Boardroom, 214 Lake Avenue, Bldg C, Rochester NY, 14608 (Parking and entrance in the back of the building).  We currently have the following openings in our Supportive Housing Units: Resident Assistants  (Per Diem- Evenings, Overnights, & Weekends)  and Public Safety Officers  (Overnights Sat. & Sun OR Sun. & Mon.) Interested individuals should apply online at http://www.voaupny.org/About-Us/Employment  by Monday January 26th.   Please bring copies of your resume for the on-site interview.  If you are interested in the Public Safety Officer position please bring a NYS Photo ID and your Social Security Card.

 

XXXXXX Electro/Mechanical Service Technician
Phoenix Equipment, Location: Rochester, NY

Responsibility:   The responsibility of the Technician includes trouble shooting, repair and calibration of typical analytical equipment found in R&D laboratories such as centrifuges, shaker tables, furnaces, spectrophotometers, scintillation counters, chromatographic equipment, sterilizers, washers, incubators, etc.   Familiarity with component-level electronic diagnostics,   general mechanical and electrical repair is important. Optical experience is a plus. The technician needs to be self-motivated and will be required to work both in a shop environment and/or perform field service. Local and National travel is possible when technician becomes fully qualified. Technician must have clean NY driving license and have excellent customer-relation appearance and skills. Phoenix Equipment Inc. is a dynamic and growing company.  We will provide training but root skill set and high-level customer service attitude are fundamental  requirements for consideration. Hours: Full time. Days: Monday to Friday. Wage: Negotiable.  . To apply send resume and cover letter to GCondon@PhoenixEquip.com or company address Phoenix Equipment Inc., 315 Mt. Read Blvd, Rochester, NY 14611.  Please do not call.

 

NY1115942  FACT Facilitator
CCSI; Location: Rochester, NY

REPORTS TO: Family Access and Connection Team Program Leader. KEY RELATIONSHIPS: Clients and Families, Monroe County Division of Social Services, Monroe County Office of Mental Health, Monroe County Office of Probation Community Corrections, Community Service Providers. PURPOSE: FACT is a County initiative which will provide assessment and triage of families seeking services from the PINS system, an aggressive approach to youth who have run away, education of families about the PINS system and collaboration with school districts with regard to PINS truancy issues. The primary goal of the FACT is to provide short term strength-based assessments and make referrals to service providers without the need for Family Court involvement. The facilitator position involves social casework responsibilities. RESPONSIBILITIES: Manages a caseload consisting of children active with FACT via PINS-Ungovernable, PINS-Truancy and Mental Health needs. Responds to crisis by phone or in person by creating a crisis plan with the youth and family and accessing emergency services if necessary. Convenes and facilitates Family meetings to begin to create an individualized plan of care that is based on a family’s strengths and needs and maximizes the use of informal supports and uses services only when necessary. Builds effective linkages and relationships with informal and community supports, child and family serving systems, schools and other formal supports. Provides casework services to the youth and their family to stabilize the family unit and link to appropriate supports and services . Completes all of the systems requirements of MCDSS, MC Probation and MCOMH. Recommends how flexible funds are used to purchase needed services for families and access these funds. Works flexible hours including evenings. Provides coverage for intake line and walk-in response for families initiating contact with FACT on a rotating basis. Other activities as assigned by the FACT supervisory team. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Recognizes and values diversity within the work environment. Participates as a member of the team in valuing individual differences and supporting one another’s opportunity to achieve their greatest potential. Culturally responsive to the population being served in the development, design, monitoring, evaluation and/or implementation of programs and services. Respects the confidential nature of certain information exposed to in the course of work performance. EDUCATION: Bachelor’s Degree in human services or related field required. Salary commensurate with level of education and experience. QUALIFICATIONS: Experience and interest in working with children and families. Knowledge about the Division of Social Services, Office of Probation-Community Corrections and Office of Mental Health preferred. Must possess the ability to communicate effectively and facilitate an integrated cross-disciplinary team. Ability to work with families positively and productively and use strategies outside the parameters of standard service delivery. Ability to work flexible hours including evenings. Strong telephone skills including clarity and engagement. Ability to be flexible, organized, and work independently, yet be amenable to supervision. Must possess a valid class D New York State Driver’s License and must have access to a motor vehicle in order to meet the transportation requirements of this position. Ability to satisfactorily complete required background screenings: criminal, probation, drug, State Central Registry, and driving. Bi-lingual Spanish / English candidates encouraged to apply. CASAC Certified encouraged to apply.  Other: CCSI is an EOE employer. To apply for this position submit resumes to Coordinated Care Services, Inc., Contact: Erin Glanton, Address: 1099 Jay St., Bldg. J, Rochester, NY 14611; Fax: (585) 328-5211; Email: hr@ccsi.org.  If you submit a resume by email, please include the job title in the email subject line.

 

NY1115918 Vehicle Operator – Part-time
The Arc of Monroe County; Location: Rochester, NY

Part-time, 30 hours per week. Monday-Friday, 1st shift. Provide transportation to and from programs for adults who have intellectual and developmental disabilities. Ensure the safety of the vehicle for operations, assists ambulatory and wheelchair-bound individuals in entering and exiting the vehicle, and ensures individuals are properly seated and secured, providing assistance when required.  Requires a clean drivers license, will train to get CDL B with p endorsement within 6 months of employment . High school diploma or GED equivalency preferred. Must have three years driving experience (personal or professional). Must meet requirements for DOT and 19A certification. Prefer a minimum of CDL C permit with P-endorsement but will train. Experience working with people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities is helpful. To be considered for full time must have CDL. Sign on bonus after 6 months of employment. To apply visit www.arcmonroe.org  (go to information tab, current opportunities tab)

 

XXXXXX Facilities Assistant - Part-Time
The Open Door Mission; Location; Rochester, NY

Part-time, 28 hours per week. 3rd shift 12:00am – 8:00am. The Open Door Mission is a Christian Rescue Mission founded to provide for the spiritual and physical needs of the impoverished and homeless men, women and children of Rochester, NY by restoring hope and changing lives. Job description: Ensuring the shelter is secure by locking doors at the appropriate times. Making rounds throughout the shelter over the course of the night to ensure the safety of guests and property. Providing supportive services to guests as needed. Data entry of any case notes pertaining to guests or incidents within the shelter. Being awake and available to work with guests as required throughout the night, typically 12:00 AM - 8:00 AM. Skills required: written and verbal communication skills; conflict resolution; social services. Apply online to hr@opendoormission.com

 

NY1115950  Sales and Lawn Specialist
TruGreen; Location: Rochester, NY

Full-time, 40-44 hours per week. Monday – Friday, 1st shift. TruGreen. Where life experience meets opportunity. Welcome to the next step in pursuing a rewarding career! You’re independent, driven by performance and looking for more than a job. We’re TruGreen, and as the nation’s largest and most comprehensive provider of lawn services, we have bigger opportunities for people like you. We’re seeking Lawn Specialists who will make timely lawn application, diagnose and correct lawn problems through service calls and sell services to new and exisiting customers. As a TruGreen employee, you’ll enjoy: competitive hourly rate; medical, dental, prescription and vision plans; paid vacation & holidays; 401(k) with company matching; comprehensive paid training/ growth and advancement opportunities. Must have: High school diploma or general education degree (GED). We perform pre-employment testing. Questions? Call Eric Smith 585-202-9049. Go to http://jobs.truegreen.com  to view our openings and apply.

 

XXXXXXX Photographer/Editor (Part Time)  - JOB#:   4-15
WHEC-TV; Location: Rochester, NY

SCHEDULE:    Varies, Must be able to work overnights, nights, weekends, and holidays. STATUS:   Part Time, Hourly. QUALIFICATIONS:  Minimum of two years TV news photography and editing experience preferred. Must be proficient with current broadcast cameras. Has knowledge or ability to learn non-linear editing. Must be able to communicate efficiently at all times with producer of newscast. Ability to work well both alone and with a reporter. Must be reliable and able to work additional hours if needed as well as travel as required. Ability to work well under pressure and meet tight deadlines. Ability to learn and run ENG trucks and satellite trucks. Must have a valid driver's license and safe driving history as determined by the Company.  Driving record will be checked. Must be able to work overnights, nights, weekends and holidays.  DUTIES:    Shoot and edit stories as directed. Shoot steady, sequenced video with good, clean audio for news, weather and sports for daily newscasts and specials under tight deadlines. Edit high volume amount of video clips for major newscasts with non-linear system. Ability to operate safely ENG trucks and satellite trucks. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:   The following physical requirements are typical, but not all inclusive: Ability to lift and carry up to sixty (60) pounds of camera equipment. Candidates must have the dexterity to operate controls on video machine and cameras.  Candidates must be able to work in all types of weather. Good hearing and sight are important.  Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job. The Company will make reasonable physical accommodations to facilitate the ability to perform essential job functions.  AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. APPLY TO:   http://www.whec.com/opening s Job# 4-15. No Telephone Calls Please

 

XXXXXX   Photographer/Editor (Full Time)    - JOB#:   3-15
WHEC-TV; Location: Rochester, NY

SCHEDULE:    Varies, Must be able to work overnights, nights, weekends, and holidays. STATUS:   Full Time, Hourly. QUALIFICATIONS:  Minimum of two years TV news photography and editing experience preferred. Must be proficient with current broadcast cameras. Has knowledge or ability to learn non-linear editing. Must be able to communicate efficiently at all times with producer of newscast. Ability to work well both alone and with a reporter. Must be reliable and able to work additional hours if needed as well as travel as required. Ability to work well under pressure and meet tight deadlines. Ability to learn and run ENG trucks and satellite trucks. Must have a valid driver's license and safe driving history as determined by the Company.  Driving record will be checked. Must be able to work overnights, nights, weekends and holidays.  DUTIES:  Shoot and edit stories as directed. Shoot steady, sequenced video with good, clean audio for news, weather and sports for daily newscasts and specials under tight deadlines. Edit high volume amount of video clips for major newscasts with non-linear system. Ability to operate safely ENG trucks and satellite trucks. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:    The following physical requirements are typical, but not all inclusive: Ability to lift and carry up to sixty (60) pounds of camera equipment. Candidates must have the dexterity to operate controls on video machine and cameras.  Candidates must be able to work in all types of weather. Good hearing and sight are important.  Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job. The Company will make reasonable physical accommodations to facilitate the ability to perform essential job functions.  AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. APPLY TO:    http://www.whec.com/openings  Job# 3-15. No Telephone Calls Please

 

XXXXXXX Regional National Sales Assistant
13WHAM/Sinclair Broadcast Group; Location: Rochester, NY

Responsibilities: Entering orders received from our national advertisers. Regular communication with the National Sales Manager, National Agencies along with other station departments. Other duties as assigned.  Vacancy Type: Full Time. Closing Date: 2/15/2015. Experience: Administrative support and 1-2 experience preferred. Broadcast Sales, media buying or agency experience is a plus.  Requirements: A high level organizational skills and the ability to prioritize. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint. Strong attention to detail and the ability to handle multiple tasks under deadline. Contact: Sinclair Broadcast Group is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer and a Drug Free Workplace. Please apply online by going to www.sbgi.net/employment

 

NY1115975 In-Car Driving Instructor – Part-time
AAA Western & Central NY; Location: Rochester, NY area

SUMMARY: Involves the delivery of the AAA Licensed to Learn curriculum to novice drivers in a behind-the-wheel setting.  ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES  (Includes the following. Other duties may be assigned) Successful completion of extensive 40-60 hour training program is mandatory, with evaluation on behind-the-wheel proficiency. Successful completion of the New York State Dept. of Motor Vehicle MV-524 certification and 30-hour in-car instructor course is mandatory. Will conduct AAA's Licensed to Learn program in an in-car setting on weeknights or weekends. Will be responsible for monitoring and ensuring safe operation of AAA vehicles used for the purposes of Driver Training and Education. May involve travel to outlying areas of the Club territory. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: No direct reports. QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successful, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to communicate effectively. Strong verbal and writing skills required. MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Proficient with all high school equivalent mathematics. REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply common sense understanding and carry out instructions. Ability to resolve conflicts and problems that may arise during the course of teaching. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Employee is regularly required to stand, speak, listen, and move about the teaching space. Employee is required to transport class materials and occasionally alter classroom setups. Ability to lift and/or move a minimum of 30 lbs. required. Ability to maneuver within a motor vehicle required. Ability to sit in a vehicle for a period of time that may be up to 2 hours. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. General office environment and classroom and in-car settings. May involve distant travel to outlying areas of Club territory. SKILLS NEEDED: 1. Valid NYS Driver's license.  2. Prior experience in Education, Law Enforcement or with DOT; must have knowledge of NYS laws etc. 3. Excellent Communication & Organizational Skills  4. Ability to work flexible part time schedule. EDUCATION REQUIRED: Minimum of 1 year experience in Driver Education and and/or Traffic Safety is preferred. Excellent communication skills. General knowledge of existing AAA Driver Programs. Extensive knowledge of traffic safety/traffic laws. New York State Driver's License must be free of violations for a period of at least two years prior. A complete background check will be performed. Part-time. HOURS: Varies; 10 - 20 hrs per week.  SHIFT: Varies. Must be available 2pm - 8pm Mon - Friday and weekend days during school year;  All day during summer. Apply online at www.aaa.com/careers

 

NY1110893 Welder
Advantech Industries; Location: Rochester

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

 

NY1110890 Press Brake Set Up Operator (A Shift)
Advantech Industries, Rochester

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

 

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

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

 

NY1110454 Quality Inspector
Advantech Industries Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

OVERVIEW:  Advantech Industries Inc. is a contract manufacturer providing sheet metal and precision CNC machined parts and assemblies to the medical, defense, aerospace, scientific instrumentation and electronics industries. Eligible candidates must have a High School Diploma/GED and 5 years experience. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Position involves first piece, in-process and final inspection. Ability to perform internal auditing and calibration helpful. Must be accountable for quality of work performed. Must maintain a clean and orderly work environment.  SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS: Experience with sheet metal, machining, GD&T and CMM preferred. Must be self-motivated, able to work independently and have a desire to continuously improve on skill set and technical knowledge. Internal auditing and calibration skills helpful. Strong comunication and interpersonal skills required.  OTHER HIRING REQUIREMENTS:  Drug Screening, and Physical Exam (required only after job offer and if required for the job opening). JOB BENEFITS: Vacation, Personal Days, Holidays, Health, Dental, 401 (k) Plan Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment drug screening. EOE M/F/D/V. Apply online at http://www.AdvantechIndustries.com

 

NY1113790 College Match Representative - Part Time
Blue Sky Media Solutions; Location: Rochester, NY

Job Description: Primary Function: As a College Match Advisor you will serve an essential role in this growing company helping adults advance their education goals.  Our common goal is to bring colleges and people together, and as a College Match Advisor you will have an opportunity to match people with schools on a daily basis.  Through outbound phone campaigns, you will be contacting prospects who have expressed an interest in going back to school.  You will help guide their decision making process and help them secure life-changing information. Roles & Responsibilities: College Advisors may make 30-40 phone calls per hour, attempting to follow up with people who had previously submitted their information to us about going back-to-school. College Advisors will be responsible for using the BackToLearn.com search tool to make careful, well-informed matches.   College Advisors will be expected to match each candidate with 1-2 schools, completing an average of 2 school matches per hour. College Advisors must also take incoming phone calls, using BackToLearn.com's scripted responses to help answer potential students' questions and make a good college match. College Advisors must be upbeat over the phone and portray an encouraging, positive and helpful attitude.  Skills Required: Must be able to make 30-40 outbound phone calls per hour. Must demonstrate active listening skills and must be able to process that information quickly, making good school matches. Must be able to follow written instructions carefully and thoroughly. Must have general computer and internet skills. Must have an understanding about college programs (some college credits or college degree helpful). Must be able to read from a script, reciting pre-approved messages to the potential students. Must be able to sit at a desk and talk on the phone for up to 4 hours in a day. Must be highly motivated, dependable, and hard-working.  Send resumes to info@blueskycan.com   Phone 585-746-6835.

 

NY1113806  PT Program Associate
CCSI; Location: Rochester, NY

POSITION: Part Time Program Associate - Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC). REPORTS TO: Sr. Program Associate. KEY RELATIONSHIPS: Monroe County Department Of Social Services, Monroe County Office Of Mental Health, Chemical Dependency And Mental Providers. PURPOSE: This position will be responsible for conducting Chemical Dependency and employability assessments for applicants and recipients of public assistance to determine whether chemical dependency is a barrier to employment. RESPONSIBILITIES:  Completes Chemical Dependency (CD) assessments for applicants or recipients referred from DSS Examiners. Completes employability assessments for applicants or recipients referred from DSS Examiners. Completes brief Mental Health assessments as requested. Identifies the most appropriate CD provider for referral of applicant or recipient for a CD evaluation. Reviews and resolves cases when there is a difference of opinion concerning the appropriate level of care for applicant / recipient. Reviews needs of applicant /recipient to assess whether case management would be appropriate. Enters data concerning assessments into ARES. Reviews any requests for level of care changes and either approves or resolves differences with treatment provider. Reviews requests for out of county services and either approves or resolves with CD provider making the request. Reviews appropriateness of congregate level of care services for ARES clients and follows up as necessary.  Is available to provide additional information as requested at Fair Hearings. Participates in the training of DSS staff as requested by supervisor. Reviews materials provided by supervisor concerning services and programs provided at the various Monroe County CD providers and uses in making referral decisions.  Meets weekly with supervisor. Reports out on work being done as requested. Recognizes and values diversity within the work environment. Participates as a member of the staff team in valuing individual differences and supporting one another’s opportunity to achieve their greatest potential. Culturally responsive to the population being served in the development, design, monitoring, evaluation and/or implementation of programs and services.  Other activities as assigned by the Administrator for the Mental Health Center and the Director of the Office of Mental Health. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:  Recognizes and values diversity within the work environment. Participates as a member of the CCSI staff team in valuing individual differences and supporting one another’s opportunity to achieve their greatest potential. Culturally responsive to the population being served in the development, design, monitoring, evaluation and/or implementation of programs or services. Respect the confidential nature of certain information you are exposed to in the course of your work performance. Staff working directly with Medicaid data will abide by the specific procedures and policies outlined by both New York State and Federal regulations. QUALIFICATIONS: Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC). Knowledge of the chemical dependency provider system in Monroe County.  Knowledge of the mental health provider system in Monroe County preferred. Ability to be flexible, organized, and work independently, yet be amendable to supervision.  Ability and willingness to learn how to use the Monroe County Addiction Recovery Employability System (ARES). Other: CCSI is an EOE employer. To apply for this position submit resumes to Coordinated Care Services, Inc., Contact: Erin Glanton, Address: 1099 Jay St., Bldg. J, Rochester, NY 14611; Fax: (585) 328-5211; Email: hr@ccsi.org .  If you submit a resume by email, please include the job title in the email subject line. 

 

NY1115040 FACILITIES TECHNICIAN  - PART TIME
Alternatives for Battered Women; Location; Rochester, NY

ABW is a dynamic and collaborative work environment comprised of dedicated and supportive professionals who care about making our community a better place.  Every day we have an impact on the lives of families. Join our team to help fulfill our vision of a community free from domestic violence, where healthy relationships thrive. JOB DUTIES: The Facilities Technician is a key member of the ABW Team and is responsible for the maintenance and repair activities for the facility to include the 40 bed emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence. The ideal candidate will have experience in routine maintenance and basic repairs, excellent communication skills and be adaptable and flexible.  QUALIFICATIONS: High school graduate or GED and a minimum of one year of experience in the maintenance and upkeep of a facility or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Excellent communication skills. Adaptable and Flexible. Must be able to sit, stand, bend, reach, climb stairs and lift up to 50 pounds.     WORK SCHEDULE: 20 hours per week, Monday through Friday 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.   COMPENSATION : Starting salary range:  $10.00 - $12.00 per hour. We offer a generous benefits package including health and dental insurance, paid time off, pension plan and 40lk. ABW is an Equal Opportunity Employer. HOW TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and resume by mail, email or fax: Mail: P.O. Box 39601, Rochester, NY 14604, Email: HR@abwrochester.org , Fax: 585.232.3501. Be sure to indicate which position you are applying for in the subject line. No phone calls please.

 

NY1115026  RESIDENTIAL FAMILY COUNSELOR - EVENINGS
Alternatives for Battered Women; Location; Rochester, NY

FULL TIME EVENINGS. Friday through Tuesday 3:15 p.m. – 11:45 p.m.   ABW is a dynamic and collaborative work environment comprised of dedicated and supportive professionals who care about making our community a better place.  Every day we have an impact on the lives of families. Join our team to help fulfill our vision of a community free from domestic violence, where healthy relationships thrive. JOB DUTIES: The Evening Residential Family Counselor is a key member of the Residential Services team, working directly with survivors of dating and domestic violence.  This position requires a caring, dedicated individual who possesses the ability to work with families in crisis, cultural awareness and sensitivity with effective counseling and advocacy skills.  Must display a high degree of professionalism and respect while keeping difficult situations in proper perspective.  Understanding, influencing and serving others are important attributes in this position. QUALIFICATIONS: Associates degree in Human Services or a related field, Bachelor’s degree preferred with experience in human services, social work, counseling or a related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. A minimum of one year of experience working with families in crisis is preferred.   Residential experience is a plus. Bi-Lingual (Spanish) a plus.   Excellent communications skills (verbal and written) are required.  Ability to deal with a variety of emotions and frustrations in the workplace, communicate with a variety of people, work independently and maintain strict confidences.   Must be able to resolve problems, handle conflicts, be adaptable and flexible and make effective decisions under pressure. Must be attentive, listen to people, perceive the real problems and bring issues to a successful conclusion.   WORK SCHEDULE: 40 hours per week, Friday through Tuesday 3:15 p.m. – 11:45 p.m. COMPENSATION  Starting salary:  $12.11 per hour . We offer a generous benefits package including health and dental insurance, paid time off, pension plan and 40lk. ABW is an Equal Opportunity Employer. HOW TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and resume by mail, email or fax: Mail: P.O. Box 39601, Rochester, NY 14604, Email: HR@abwrochester.org, Fax: 585.232.3501. Be sure to indicate which position you are applying for in the subject line. No phone calls please.


NY1115035  RESIDENTIAL FAMILY COUNSELOR - OVERNIGHT
Alternatives for Battered Women; Location; Rochester, NY

FULL TIME OVERNIGHT. Sunday through Thursday 11:30 p.m. – 8:00 a.m.  ABW is a dynamic and collaborative work environment comprised of dedicated and supportive professionals who care about making our community a better place.  Every day we have an impact on the lives of families. Join our team to help fulfill our vision of a community free from domestic violence, where healthy relationships thrive. JOB DUTIES: The Overnight Residential Family Counselor is a key member of the Residential Services team, working directly with survivors of dating and domestic violence.  This position requires a caring, dedicated individual who possesses the ability to work with families in crisis, cultural awareness and sensitivity with effective counseling and advocacy skills.  Must display a high degree of professionalism and respect while keeping difficult situations in proper perspective.  Understanding, influencing and serving others are important attributes in this position. QUALIFICATIONS: Associates degree in Human Services or a related field, Bachelor’s degree preferred with experience in human services, social work, counseling or a related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience is required. A minimum of one year of experience working with families in crisis is preferred.   Residential experience is a plus. Bi-Lingual (Spanish) a plus.  Excellent communications skills (verbal and written) are required.  Ability to deal with a variety of emotions and frustrations in the workplace, communicate with a variety of people, work independently and maintain strict confidences.   Must be able to resolve problems, handle conflicts, be adaptable and flexible and make effective decisions under pressure. Must be attentive, listen to people, perceive the real problems and bring issues to a successful conclusion.   WORK SCHEDULE: 40 hours per week, Sunday through Thursday 11:30 p.m. – 8:00 a.m.   COMPENSATION: Starting salary:  $12.11 per hour.  We offer a generous benefits package including health and dental insurance, paid time off, pension plan and 40lk. ABW is an Equal Opportunity Employer. HOW TO APPLY: Submit cover letter and resume by mail, email or fax: Mail: P.O. Box 39601, Rochester, NY 14604, Email: HR@abwrochester.org , Fax: 585.232.3501. Be sure to indicate which position you are applying for in the subject line. No phone calls please.

 

XXXXXX Licensed Practical Nurse – Every Other Weekend
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Rochester, NY

DEPARTMENT: Professional Nursing. FUNCTION: Provides direct patient services with a patient and family centered care environment under the direction of an RN.REPORTS TO: Clinical Team Manager. RELATIONSHIPS: Patient, Family, Hospital Staff, Physicians, Vendors, Contract Agencies, Third Party Payors, Care Delivery Team and other VNS departments.MANAGES/SUPERVISES: None. RESPONSIBILITIES: I.Participates and assures that Patient and Family Centered Care Delivery Services are consistent with the agency vision, strategic goals, and customer needs. Performs duties under the direction of an RN. A. Promotes the VNS philosophy, mission, and administrative policies to the delivery of quality care and working relationships. B.Strives for continuous improvements in all aspects of the LPN role using Total Quality Management principles with emphasis on superior customer service.  C. Promotes positive, supportive, respectful communication with all external sources, patients, families, staff, and MD’s. D. Promotes the VNS image through adherence to the dress code policy. II. Maintain a customer oriented environment. A. Demonstrates flexibility, enthusiasm, and willingness to cooperate. B. Displays and exemplary level of patience, courtesy, and tact.  C. Assures completion of all appropriate documentation needed for compliance with state and federal legislation and the delivery of seamless service within established timeframes and communicates with the case manager. D. Consults with and educates the patient, family and other team members regarding disease process, self-care techniques, and preventive strategies.  E. Demonstrates ICARE values and qualities which promote respect for patients and employees, their privacy, confidentiality, and property. F. Participates in patient conferences with HHA’s, nurses, therapists, and MSW’s to ensure comprehensive coordinated plan of treatment. III. Participates in the attainment of the Agency and Teams objectives. A. Monitors results, progress and takes corrective action on quality indicators. B. Understands the importance of the LPN role and its impact on patients, other care providers, readmission, productivity, utilization, revenue and expense. C. Responds to finding of various Quality Management and QA processes and assists in the resolution of potential problem areas in a timely manner. D. Maintains appropriate productivity requirements consistent with the position.  E. Participates in the recognition and respect of the diversity in our workforce. F. Participates in education including orientation, in-service training programs, and self-development as needed. Participates in public relations and community education initiatives. QUALIFICATIONS: 1. New York State Licensed LPN. 2. Minimum of one-year experience as a clinical nurse in a hospital, home care, or skilled nursing facility. 3. Strong interviewing, assessment and communication skills. View full posting and apply online at www.vnsnet.com

 

XXXXXX Senior CHN – CERTIFIED DIABETES EDUCATOR
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Rochester, NY

FUNCTION: Performs the duties and responsibilities of a home health certified diabetic nurse functioning in an expanded role by combining direct nursing service with leadership responsibilities designed to assist the Director in the development, operation, and evaluation of the Diabetes Program.  Responsible for staff, agency, team based and patient diabetes education. REPORTS TO:Director of Quality Improvement. RELATIONSHIPS: Other Agency CDE’s; PHV staff and Team Managers; patients/families; Administrators; Clinical Specialists; Community Service Agencies; Physicians, Vendors, Dieticians. HOURS:          40 hours/week. RESPONSIBILITIES: 1.Provides leadership to visiting staff related to diabetic management of patients, working collaboratively with staff, teams, and vendors, customer-oriented environment responsive to the needs of external/internal customers. Is easily available to visiting staff for consultation, co-visits, and problem solving.  2.Works collaboratively with Clinical Team Managers to select diabetes core team members. 3.Ensure the diabetes program is designed to provide the care to patients which meets agency, federal, state and other regulatory standards, resulting in quality patient care, and effective and efficient resources utilization. 4.Performs assessment through independent home visits with an expected productivity of 3 visits per pay period for complex diabetic patients and documents all visits according to VNS standards. 5.Participates in orientation of new agency staff by conducting orientation and inservice education classes; providing observation field visits; co-visiting to assess and demonstrate clinical knowledge; assisting in case management; performing skill training; participating in evaluation process. 6.Participates in the ongoing development of the Diabetes program, as well as incorporating current and relevant diabetic management strategies. 7.Conducts ongoing quality management activities for identification of potential or present opportunities of improvement in diabetes management, review of clinical documentation, consultation, and policy and procedure development/revisions. 8.Provides leadership in the development of staff/agency diabetes education and provides ongoing education to PHV staff and the diabetes core members. 9.Responsibility of establishing short and long-term objectives for the diabetes program, including identifying areas of improvement for promoting both quality and cost effective diabetic management of patients, and annual evaluation. 10.Provides support to off shift teams (weekends, evenings) to meet education/co-visits needs and potential patient needs. 11.Assumes responsibility for his/her continuing education using formal and informal resources which contribute to professional self growth.  12.Applies and interprets current community health practices and Agency Diabetes Program policies and procedures to PHV Staff as they relate to diabetic care of home care patients. 13.Participates in professional, community, and interagency activities that involve the delivery of diabetic care; represent the Agency through participation o committees, conferences, and community activities. QUALIFICATIONS: 1.Completion of an accredited Registered Nursing Program, with BSN preferred. 2. Possession of a current RN license to practice in New York State. 3. Possession of a current American Association Diabetes Education Certification. 4. Minimum of two years of experience in Diabetes patient care and teaching. Home health nursing experience is preferred. 5. Ability to instruct individuals and groups in formal and informal settings. 6. Ability to incorporate new ideas or concepts into nursing practice. 7.Ability to work with community agencies as appropriate.  View full posting and apply online at www.vnsnet.com

 

XXXXXX Employment Specialist Extended
The Arc of Monroe; Location: Rochester, NY

Full-time, 37.5 hours per week. Must have flexible schedule to meet indivudal's work schedule Uses a person-centered approach in all aspects of the supported employment process to assist individuals in maintaining employmnet that is consistent with their vocational goals. Provides continuous re-assessment of ongoing support needs which may include: skills assessment, job development, job placement, job coaching, securing child care services, bus training, clinical services, financial assistance, and coordinating with other community resources.  Associates Degree in human services field plus one year experience working with individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities, or combination of High School Diploma and the equivalent in experience. Must have flexible schedule to meet individuals' work schedule. NYS Driver’s license class D required. Other hiring requirements: own car, drug screening, physical exam, reference check. To apply visit https://arcmonroe.org

 

XXXXXX Assembly Operator – On Call
The Arc of Monroe; Location: Rochester, NY

Part-time, hours per week varies. The Assembly Operator position exists to assist the Production Supervisors in completing contract work for our customers, while ensuring the on-time delivery of products by utilizing identified ISO quality control practices and procedures. High school diploma or GED plus one year experience in a manufacturing environment. This is an On Call position, hours and work will be on as needed basis and will vary depending on business needs. Other hiring requirements: drug screening, physical exam, reference check. To apply visit https://arcmonroe.org

 

NY1115993 Application Support Technician:
Modis; Location: Rochester NY

General Description: The Business Systems Support Technician provides administration and end user support for the company’s business applications. In this role, the Business Systems Support Technician must proactively support the department’s group goals, as well as the company’s corporate goals, objectives, and strategies. The work is of a technical nature but requires exceptional customer service and communication skills. Major Duties and Responsibilities:  Provide general end user application support, including the corporate ERP system and other business related systems.  Administer corporate applications. Maintain application security for system users in accordance with information technology policy and best practices.  Maintain service requests status in the company’s service request tracking system.  Perform other duties as required. Desired Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: High level of analytical problem-solving ability. Working knowledge of Microsoft SQL Server (or other relational databases), including basic SQL querying skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Ability to work independently and with minimal supervision.  Microsoft Dynamics-GP application or similar ERP system experience is a plus.  Experience with Citrix XenApp is a plus. Required Education and/or Training: Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology or related field or an equivalent combination of education or experience.  For more information please contact Thomas McCarthy at Thomas.Mccarthy@modis.com.

 

NY1115996 Software Test Engineer:
Modis; Location: Rochester NY

Are you an experienced Test Engineer or an IT professional that is looking for you next career opportunity? One of Rochester most established organizations is looking to add multiple members to their Quality Assurance team. These Test Engineers will be responsible for testing web based business applications in a collaborative team environment. Ideal candidates for the role of Test Engineer will have manual software testing experience and familiarity with quality assurance testing tool such as Quality Center. Any experience working in an Agile environment would also be a plus as this is integrated development organization. A basic understanding of SQL is also recommended for this position. Responsibilities: Executing manual test scripts. Provide detailed documentation on bugs and defects in the appropriate testing tool. Collaborating with Software Development on testing efforts and planning. Requirements: Some experience testing software or business applications. Basic understanding of SQL for data validation would be a plus. Experience with at least one industry testing toll such as Quality Center. Our client has been presented with multiple awards for the work environment they have created and they are driven to continue to be a market leader in their industry. The Quality Assurance team is a vital aspect to our clients success and they have place significant emphasis on provide a high quality work environment to their testing team including leading testing tools. For more information please contact Thomas McCarthy at Thomas.Mccarthy@modis.com.

 

XXXXX Financial Manager – Part-time
Abundance Cooperative Market; Location: Rochester, NY

Job Description: Purpose: To ensure co-op finances conform to accepted accounting principles, while providing financial information and analysis to Board and management, to support achievement of co-op objectives.  Reports to General Manager. Hourly, Part Time (24 hours/ week). Oversees Accounts Payable/HR assistant. RESPONSIBILITIES: Customer Service: When engaging with owners, staff, vendors and shoppers, all employees are expected to be kind, courteous, helpful and grateful and behave in such a manner as to create an atmosphere of support and care that promotes a successful future.  Financial Management: Prepare timely, accurate financial statements.  Provide monthly and quarterly department reports as requested.  Ensure that all quarterly and yearly taxes are paid on time: business, property, corporate, sales, payroll, employment security, industrial insurance, federal withholding.  Consult with outside accountant for tax returns and accounting advice. Bookkeeping (in conjunction with part time A/P assistant): Process accounts payable, ensuring accuracy and timeliness. Schedule payments to avoid strains on cash flow.  Coordinate collection of bad checks, and record other accounts receivable.  Money handling, watch for unaccounted loses. Establish standards of accuracy for Front End.  Enter daily cash receipts to ensure timeliness and accuracy. Perform bank reconciliation. Payroll: Monitor daily record keeping for missing or inaccurate information. Coordinate with front end staff to compile payroll information for processing. Update employee information. File Employee records. Office Management: Ensure backup for financial data. Research hardware and software options and make recommendations relevant to the accounting department needs.  Work with Point of Sale Coordinator to ensure that information in the IT system is correct. Personnel: Act as backup Manager On Duty when needed. Hire, counsel and review accounting support staff. Interview new prospects for support positions. Determine daily tasks and needs. Train support staff, both when new and when new tasks or procedures are introduced. Communicate problems to the General Manager. Perform other tasks assigned by General Manager. Do whatever is necessary to maintain good store operations. Qualifications:  Quickbooks Pro: 2 years experience required. Full-charge bookkeeper experience.  Some formal accounting education desired.  Ability to interpret financial reports for non-accountants desireable. Familiarity with Microsoft Excel Communication skills - good listener, clear directions.  Demonstrated ability to follow through on commitments.  Organized, pays attention to detail.  Apply by email or mail to gm@abundance.coop  or Abundance Cooperative Market, 62 Marshall Street, Rochester, NY 14607.

 

XXXXXX Lawn Specialist
Lawn Dawg; Location: Rochester, NY

Lawn Dawg is a leading service company that provides environmentally friendly lawn care, pest control and tree & shrub services. In 2014 Lawn Dawg was ranked 11th by Landscape Management Magazine on the list of the top lawn care companies in the country and 113th overall in the green industry. Choosing a career with Lawn Dawg means joining a company that strives for growth and excellence. We are a team of professionals that operate in a fun and exciting work environment. We take pride in our work and deliver outstanding service. We have built strong relationships with our customers and are committed to enhancing the environment. There are tremendous opportunities for hard working individuals who want to develop a career with an industry leader and be recognized for their achievements & success. Lawn Dawg is currently seeking seasonal Lawn Specialists in our Rochester, NY Branch. Lawn Specialists are required to work Monday through Friday from 6:30am to 3:30pm and Saturdays are mandatory in April and September. Position responsibilities:  Manage and grow a route of 500-600 of your own customers. Service and evaluate your customers’ lawns every 4-6 weeks. Work with your customers by accurately diagnosing and correcting potential turf problems. Provide outstanding results and maintain a high level of customer satisfaction. Drive and maintain assigned company vehicle to your customers’ properties. Safely and properly operate lawn application equipment. Sell services to new and existing customers in your territory. Respond timely to your customers’ requests by phone or in person. Other duties as assigned. Minimum requirements: Exceptional customer service skills. Willingness and desire to learn about the lawn care industry. Excellent written and communication skills. Demonstrated ability to follow directions and pay close attention to detail. Ability to work in a busy, fast-paced team environment and be self-motivated. Ability to resolve diverse problems and to complete tasks in a timely manner. Valid driver’s license with a clean record required. Physical job requirements: Independently lift, carry and push tools, parts, supplies, equipment weighing upwards of 60 lbs on a frequent basis. Ability to walk, stand and bend for moderate periods of time. Sustain frequent and/or long drive times in a company vehicle. Capable of working outside in all weather conditions. What we offer you: Competitive pay and paid time off. Incentive bonuses, recognition awards and career advancement opportunities. Company training and cutting edge technology & equipment. Career advancement opportunities. The freedom of an outdoor office and contributing to a greener environment. General health insurance package with discounted premiums based on longevity and retirement plan with company match. To apply for a Lawn Specialist position, please e-mail your resume to jobs@lawndawg.com.  You may also apply directly on our website www.lawndawg.com/careers

 

The City of Rochester announced a vacancy for an Information Services Analyst I. To view the full description and apply please visit http://www.cityofrochester.gov/jobs/

 

XXXXXX Seasonal Food Service Manager
Genesee Country Village and Museum; Location: Mumford, NY

The Genesee Country Village and Museum is hiring a full time seasonal restaurant/food service manager to oversee restaurant operations for their two seasonal quick service lunch restaurants as well as food service satellite tent locations during special events, catering small staff events and other jobs as assigned.   Responsibilities include but are not limited to:  Overseeing restaurant operations. Hiring, managing & training food service employees on all aspects of their positions from safe food handling and prep to customer service and dining room management.  Scheduling employees. Inventory management & budgeting. At times the food service manager may also need to assist in food prep. The successful candidate will be experienced, energetic and able to provide the museum and its guests with a food service department that meets standards for healthy, tasty food served in an efficient and friendly manner.  The manager must carry a Class I Food Worker Certification and have proven food service, personnel management and training skills.  To be considered candidates must be willing and able to work weekends, holidays and special events.  Candidates must also be able to lift up to 50 lbs.  All food service employees are expected to communicate in a friendly and helpful manner with everyone and represent the museum in a professional manner. To apply visit https://www.gcv.org/Employment ,  download an application and mail to: Attn: Human Resources, Genesee Country Village and Museum, PO Box 310, Mumford NY 14511 Or e-mail humanresources@gcv.org

 

XXXXXX Branch Office Administrative Assistant
Mitchell Pierson, Jr., Inc. Realtors; Location: Canandaigua, NY

Full-time, regular, 35 – 37.5 hours per week. Monday – Friday, 9am – 5pm. Job Description: Act as Administrative Assistant to 14 licensed real estate brokers; needs exceptional people, computer, and telephone skills; confidentiality required. Skills needed: Exceptional knowledge of Windows 7/8, Office 2013. Excellent telephone skills and manners. Ability to remain calm under stressful situations. Working knowledge of real estate transactions.  Education required: High school diploma and AAS in Business. Experience required: Two years. Benefits: Holiday pay, paid vacation. Other hiring requirements: Reference check. Apply by mail or email to Mitchell Pierson, Jr., Inc. Realtors, 4 South Main St, Pittsford, NY 14534 or officemanager@piersonrealtors.com

 

JANUARY 15, 2015 HOT JOBS

NY1112785 Electro/Mechanical Service Technician
Phoenix Equipment, Location: Rochester, NY

Responsibility:   The responsibility of the Technician includes trouble shooting, repair and calibration of typical analytical equipment found in R&D laboratories such as centrifuges, shaker tables, furnaces, spectrophotometers, scintillation counters, chromatographic equipment, sterilizers, washers, incubators, etc.   Familiarity with component-level electronic diagnostics,   general mechanical and electrical repair is important. Optical experience is a plus. The technician needs to be self-motivated and will be required to work both in a shop environment and/or perform field service. Local and National travel is possible when technician becomes fully qualified. Technician must have clean NY driving license and have excellent customer-relation appearance and skills. Phoenix Equipment Inc. is a dynamic and growing company.  We will provide training but root skill set and high-level customer service attitude are fundamental  requirements for consideration. Hours: Full time. Days: Monday to Friday. Wage: Negotiable.  To apply send resume and cover letter to GCondon@PhoenixEquip.com  or company address Phoenix Equipment Inc., 315 Mt. Read Blvd, Rochester, NY 14611.  Please do not call.

 

XXXXXXX Recycling Operator - 118743
Dr Pepper Snapple Group ; Location: Williamson, NY

Job Description: The Recycling Operator is responsible for operating and maintaining all recycling equipment.   Join the team at Dr Pepper Snapple Group and make a difference by pursuing everything that you do with the determination that sets us apart from our competitors. Driving for results leads to recognition and personal growth within the company, helping us to achieve our goal to “Be the Best Beverage Business in the Americas”. The success that comes from within each of us is recognized, and creates opportunities for your growth in the organization. Pay Rate: The rate of pay for this position is $18.70 per hour plus an additional shift differential per hour depending on the shift scheduled to work. Shift and Schedule: This is a unionized facility and shift assignments are based on seniority as well as business needs.  This is a full-time position and will work on either our 2nd or 3rd shift.  Our 2nd shift typically runs from 2:00pm until 10:30pm.  Our 3rd shift typically runs 10:00pm until 6:30am.  Flexibility to work overtime and weekends as well as the ability to adapt to changing schedules is required.   Position Responsibilities: 1. Operate fork lift andlarge hydraulic carton and plastic balers.   2. Segregate and sort different grades of paper, corrugated, and plastic materials so resultant bale is of uniform composition.  3. Complete proper documentation of recycled materials. 4. Communicate with recycling companies for pick up of materials to be recycled. 5. Keep machines and surrounding work area neat and orderly.  6. Perform preventative maintenance on balers, and other potential recycling equipment. 7. Maintain proper maintenance logs and record keeping as required.  8. Identify potential problems and correct situation or notify supervisor. Total Rewards: We take great pride in offering our people benefits that are competitive. We appreciate hard work, innovative ideas and unending passion, which is why we provide a comprehensive set of benefits and options designed to fit the unique lifestyles of our employees from day one based on eligibility requirements. Qualifications: High school diploma or general equivalency diploma (GED). 1 year of forklift operation experience. 1 year prior experience with operation of production machinery, heavy equipment, and/or preventative maintenance/mechanical troubleshooting. Lift, push and pull a minimum of 50lbs repeatedly. Click here to apply online in order to be considered.

 

XXXXXX HR Coordinator
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Rochester, NY 

DEPARTMENT: HUMAN RESOURCES. FUNCTION:  Primary responsibility of daily maintenance in the Human Resources Information System and McKesson System for Visiting Nurse Service/Signature Care.  Provides support to benefits and compensation administration as needed.  REPORTS TO:  HR Manager, Comp & Benefits. RELATIONSHIPS:  Applicants, employees, Human Resources staff, Director of HHA Services, HHA Supervisors, Managers and Payroll Dept. RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Processes PA forms for new hire, rehire, termination, transfers, salary adjustments, evaluations, and compliancy information, department, supervisor and status changes. 2.Processes ongoing changes in employee personal information (name, address, telephone).   3. Assembles all new hire personnel files, process terminated files and assure they are complete with all documents and filed in the appropriate area. (term vs. retiree).  Responsible for  NY State “New Hire” reporting. 4. Assist Paraprofessional Recruiter with interviewing certified HHAs and HHA trainees. 5. Assembles all new hire orientation packets. 6. Conducts new hire orientation for benefits and employee health; may require off cycle orientation.  7. Conducts exit interviews for HHA staff.  Completing the individual write ups and quarterly summaries.   8. Responsible for running and distribution of termination report on a monthly basis. 9. Responsible for updating the CHRC and Home Care Registry of terminated HHA’s. 10. Responsible for sending out monthly emails and reminders to managers for upcoming employee evaluations.  11. Responsible for tracking and updating license renewals of professional staff. 12. Responsible for maintaining the DOL reimbursement and EAP bill binders.  13. Assist with the preparation of documentation for all unemployment insurance claims within the 10-day requirement.  Corresponds with Unemployment insurance agent of all claims.  Attends unemployment hearings as required. 14. Update McKesson of any employee changes and process employee verifications.  15. Process uniform allowance and tuition reimbursement requests. 16. Complete income verification requests for employees. 17.          Responsible for keeping benefits and forms cabinet stocked with up to date forms.  18. Coordinate annual mailings, as needed 19. Performs all other duties as assigned by manager. QUALIFICATIONS; 1. Associates Degree in related field or equivalent work experience preferred. 2. Minimum of 1 year of Human Resources experience required. 3. Knowledge of computer applications/data base management. 4. Ability to maintain confidentiality and use of discretion a must. 5.  Ability to balance multiple priorities. 6. Highly organized and detail oriented; accuracy a must. 7. Excellent written and verbal communication and interpersonal and organizational skills. 8. Ability to comfortably interface with a culturally diverse population. 9. Knowledge of government regulations and requirements related to personnel function. 10.   Ability to function independently with minimal supervision and to work in a high volume setting. View full posting and apply online at www.vnsnet.com

 

XXXXXX Hospice - Night On Call Weekends
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Rochester, NY 

DEPARTMENT: Hospice. FUNCTION: Provide nursing care to patient/family/caregiver as directed by the supervising Case Manager or the Hospice Medical Director/Administrator and in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. Provide patient services based on plan of care. Identify other physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs for assigned patients. Work closely with other members of the interdisciplinary team to ensure all patient and family care needs are being met. REPORTS TO: Director of Hospice and Palliative Care. HOURS:               4:30 pm – 8 am, every Friday and Saturday with the 7th weekend off. RELATIONSHIPS: Hospice and VNS staff, supervisors, patients, families, physicians, other health care providers, answering service and community services agencies. RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Prioritize calls and see patients as needed. a. Receives patient related calls using clinical knowledge and judgment.  Ensure problem resolution at point of contact to the maximum extent possible.  Execute good decision making and set priorities. b. Provide home visits as needed for gathering patient information, treatment and support. Visits may include pronouncement of patient death and crisis management (in consultation with the Hospice Medical Director or Administrator as needed). 2. Work cohesively with interdisciplinary team members to meet/exceed customer needs and maximize efficiencies. 3. Utilize excellent customer care skills with internal and external customers, including using proper phone etiquette.  Promote positive, respectful communication to all staff, referral sources, patients and families. 4. Maintain a current knowledge of Hospice, VNS and community programs/services. 5. Make constructive recommendations to leadership team in regards to ways to improve general operations in call center and improve customer service.  6. Timely documentation of all after-hours calls and visits including problem and intervention. QUALIFICATIONS: 1. Current, active NYS LPN/RN license in good standing. 2. Minimum one year of community health experience at a certified home health agency; hospice experience preferred. 3. Strong telephone interviewing, communication, and negotiation skills. 4. Proven strong customer service skills. 5. This job will require: a. Coverage 2 nights a week Friday and Saturday 4:30 PM-8:00 AM. b. Taking calls from patients/families directed from the switchboard operator/answering service. c.Making visits as needed. View full posting and apply online at www.vnsnet.com

 

XXXXXXX Teacher Assistant
Generations; Location: Various, Monroe County, NY

Founded in 1993 by Bridget Shumway, owner and founder, Generations is a locally and privately owned provider that currently employs approximately 150 employees. It serves the needs of today’s families by providing quality child and elder care through the employment of dedicated, qualified individuals. Generations currently operates seven (7) locations serving Churchville Chili, Fairport, Gates Chili, Genesee Community Charter School, Rochester City Schools, Webster Schools, and East Irondequoit school districts. Generations staff members are professionals and paraprofessionals with degrees in child development, elementary education, and related disciplines. Generations’ commitment to NECPA accreditations ensures our staff receives continual training and education. National Earlt Childhood Program Accreditation- NECPA focuses on increasing public awareness of high quality early childcare and education through accreditation. Generations is a member of the New York State Social Adult Day Services Association. Position Purpose: To assist with the implementation of programming for the group assigned.  Assist with monitoring each child’s participation.  Consult Lead Teacher and adjust programming to maximize enjoyment for children.  Communicate regularly with families to exchange information about the child.  Communicate with Lead Teacher, Site Director and co-workers to ensure efficient delivery of services.   Essential duties including but not limited to:  Classroom / Program Management: Assist with the implementation of activities and experiences within the group.  Offer assessment information regarding the planned programming as requested.   Use a variety of techniques when conducting activities including modeling, observing, demonstrating, open-ended questioning and reinforcement. Ensure that all activities offered are carried out in a safe, efficient, and motivating manner. Provide positive guidance to children that include positive language, positive reinforcement and redirecting.  Consult with Lead Teacher and supervisors when necessary to ensure behavior plan is adhered to and follow through is completed.  Be prepared with alternate activity from the plan book or games book when planned activity does not work out or when conditions prohibit follow through (weather, for example).  Flexibility with all activities is essential. Assist with keeping classroom clean, neat, organized and inviting to children and families. Children / Parent Interactions: Use appropriate language and tone when talking with the children. Promotes self-esteem while encouraging self-help skills. Show warmth and affection for all children in the group. Promote the daily exchange of information about children’s activities to families. Maintains confidentiality when discussing issues relating to any child. Staff Relations: Responsible for the maintenance of a cooperative team approach. Other Job Responsibilities: Participate in workshops/trainings as appropriate.  (Annual requirement of 30 hours of training is prorated for seasonal employees but full compliance is recommended for all.) Stay current with Generations policies, OCFS regulations, National Accreditation guidelines and other pertinent regulations (CACFP, Health Department, etc.). Communication: Daily in person contact with families, co-workers and supervisors to exchange information related to care and development of children in your care.  Written correspondence to implement programming, record accidents, illnesses, medication administration and any other pertinent information. Qualifications: Education:   A minimum of a High School diploma or equivalent with completion of a   Child Development Associate (CDA) or is willing to complete the CDA  within first year of employment. Knowledge:  Basic knowledge of programming.  Basic knowledge of the regulatory environment.  Current First Aid and CPR certificates required or is willing to complete First Aid and CPR within first year of employment. Experience:  Entry level position.  Experience not required, but preferred. Skills: Diplomacy and human relations skills needed.  Support behaviors that are in line with the overall philosophy and design of the organization. Flexible to varied assignments and willingness to take direction from others.  Physical/ Mental  Abilities:   Must be physically and mentally able to provide daily routine care of children. Must be able to properly supervise children by sight and sound.  Must be able to react quickly when safety concerns arise.  Ability to act quickly in emergency situations. To Apply: Please submit application in person or by mail to any of our 7 locations. Additional information and Applications can be found at www.generations-care.com

 

XXXXXXX Lead Teacher
Generations; Location: Various, Monroe County, NY

Founded in 1993 by Bridget Shumway, owner and founder, Generations is a locally and privately owned provider that currently employs approximately 150 employees. It serves the needs of today’s families by providing quality child and elder care through the employment of dedicated, qualified individuals. Generations currently operates seven (7) locations serving Churchville Chili, Fairport, Gates Chili, Genesee Community Charter School, Rochester City Schools, Webster Schools, and East Irondequoit school districts. Generations staff members are professionals and paraprofessionals with degrees in child development, elementary education, and related disciplines. Generations’ commitment to NECPA accreditations ensures our staff receives continual training and education. National Early Childhood Program Accreditation- NECPA focuses on increasing public awareness of high quality early childcare and education through accreditation. Generations is a member of the New York State Social Adult Day Services Association. Position Purpose: To plan and implement developmentally appropriate programming for the classroom assigned. Monitors each child’s development and plan programming to maximize skill development. Communicate regularly with families to exchange information about child’s development. Communicate with supervisors and co-workers to ensure efficent delivery of services. Essential duties including but not limited to:  Classroom/Program Management: Plan, carry out and assess developmentally appropriate activities and experiences within the classroom and posts these activities in an attractive and inviting lesson plan. Uses a variety of teaching techniques including modeling, observing, demonstrating, open-ended questioning and reinforcing. Ensures that all activities offered are carried out in a safe and efficient manner. Provides positive guidance to children that include positive language, positive reinforcement and redirecting. Offers variety and is flexible when planning activities for the children. Keeps classroom clean, neat, organized and inviting to children and families. Children/Parent Interactions: Uses appropriate language and tone when talking with the children.   Promotes self-esteem while encouraging self-help skills.   Shows warmth and affection for all children in the center.  Promotes the daily exchange of information about children’s activities and progress to families. Accommodate the family’s instructions for daily care routines when able.  Follow developmentally appropriate practices. Holds bi-annual parent-teacher conferences. Be available to conference with families at other times as needed. Maintains confidentiality when discussing issues relating to any child. Communicates with potential families on tours to offer information specific to their classroom.  Staff Relations: Responsible for the development and maintenance of a cooperative team approach. Participates in regular staff meetings. Participates in a yearly program evaluation. Offers leadership to assistant teacher and other co-workers throughout the center. Other Job Responsibilities : Participates in workshops and trainings according to the Office of Children and Family Services regulations, National Accreditation, and also pursues additional professional development as appropriate.(Annual requirement of 30 hours of training). Stays current with Generations policies, OCFS regulations, National Accreditation guidelines and other pertinent regulations (CACFP, Health Department). Communication: Daily, in person contact with families, co-workers and supervisors to exchange information related to care and development of children in your care. Written correspondence to monitor development, record accidents, illnesses, medication administration and any other pertinent information. Qualifications: Education:   A minimum of a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential or 12 credit hours in Early Childhood Education with plans to continue further   education.  Additional ongoing professional and educational development is  required. Knowledge: Thorough knowledge of early childhood developmentally appropriate practices. Working knowledge of the regulatory environment. Current CPR and First Aid certificates. Medical Administration Training (MAT) certification or is willing to complete the MAT. Experience: At least 1 year of program experience. Skills: Strong leadership and excellent oral and written communication skills.  Diplomacy and human relation skills needed. Model behaviors that support the overall philosophy and design of the organization.   Physical/Mental Abilities:  Must be physically and mentally able to provide daily, routine care of young children. Must be able to properly supervise children by sight and sound. Must be able to react quickly when safety concerns arise. Ability to act quickly in emergency situations. To Apply: Please submit application in person or by mail to any of our 7 locations. Additional information and Applications can be found at www.generations-care.com

 

XXXXXXX Bus Driver
Generations; Location: Various, Monroe County, NY

Founded in 1993 by Bridget Shumway, owner and founder, Generations is a locally and privately owned provider that currently employs 165 employees.  It serves the needs of today’s families by providing quality child and elder care through the employment of dedicated, qualified individuals. Generations currently has seven (7) locations serving Churchville Chili, Fairport, Gates Chili, Genesee Community Charter School, Rochester City Schools, Webster Schools, and East Irondequoit school districts. Generations staff members are professionals and para-professionals with degrees in child development, elementary education, and related disciplines. Generations’ commitment to NECPA accreditations ensures our staff receives continual training and education. National Early Childhood Program Accreditation- NECPA focuses on increasing public awareness of high quality early childcare and education through accreditation.  Generations is a member of the New York State Social Adult Day Services Association. Position Purpose:  Provide safe, efficient transportation for children and seniors enrolled in Generations programs while maintaining regulatory compliance. Essential Duties including but not limited to: Complete required 19A, DOT, OCFS, and other documentation on the bus daily. Submit required paperwork to Director of Transportation as requested. Review blue cards and other paperwork weekly. Request missing/updated information from Site Directors weekly or as needed. Notify Director of Transportation of missing information. Review route list weekly. Conduct assigned daily route as described. Suggest changes to the Director of Transportation to make the route more efficient. Responsible for maintaining fuel and fluids daily ensuring there is an ample supply for the following days run at the end of each day. Maintain a clean, organized bus. Communicate effectively and professionally with families, center staff, other drivers, monitors, the Director of Transportation and other management staff. Ensure that any adults the children are released to have prior authorization via the blue card or other written notification from the family. Verify identification for any adult not known and match the identification to the written permission to release the child, following the OCFS Regulations and company policy. Communicate any mechanical issues or problems immediately with the bus to the Director of Transportation. Qualifications: Minimum High School Diploma or GED. Commercial Drivers License with P and S endorsements. Clean Drivers License/ Driving record. Successfully pass 19A physical and agility test. Ability to secure negative DOT drug and alcohol screening.  Minimum of 1 year experience as a qualified driver. Flexible. Ability to follow written and verbal instructions. Daily, in person contact with families, co-workers and supervisors to exchange information related to care and development of children in your care. Written correspondence to monitor development, record accidents, illnesses, medication administration and any other pertinent information.   Physical/Mental Abilities:    Must be physically and mentally able to provide daily supervision of children by sight and sound. Must be able to react quickly when safety concerns arise. Positions requires extended periods of sitting. To Apply: Applications may be found at www.generations-care.com

 

The City of Rochester has a vacancy for multiple positions including:

  • Municipal Attorney
  • Manager of Labor Relations
  • Director of the Office of Innovation

To view the full posting and apply please visit http://www.cityofrochester.gov/jobs/

 

XXXXXX Food Service Worker
American Red Cross; Location: Rochester, NY

We are currently seeking a full-time Food Service Worker to work in our Rochester, NY, location with our Meals on Wheels program. JOB SUMMARY: Performs a variety of tasks that facilitate the preparation and packaging of food and beverages for the Meals On Wheels program.  Responsibilities include:  Preparation and cooking of food; Packaging of food for delivery; Maintain sanitary conditions for all areas of the food service operations; Assist with loading of meals for delivery. Education:  High School or equivalent. Experience:  Minimum 6 months of food service experience.  Skills and Abilities:  Strong interpersonal, verbal and written communications skills.  Must have knowledge of operation of food service equipment.  Ability to prioritize and perform assigned tasks independently.  Ability to understand and apply regulations, rules and instructions. Other:  Ability to become proficient with MS Office software, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Click here for more information and to apply. 

 

XXXXXX Warehouse Manager
Durst Image Technology; Location: Rochester, NY

Full-time, 40 hours per week. The Warehouse Manager will be responsible for managing an effective and service oriented department which includes planning, directing and coordinating warehouse and logistics activities. A focus on customer service is imperative. The Warehouse Manager must have strong interpersonal communication skills and have the ability to work in a fast-paced environment. This position will be responsible for developing and leading continuous improvement initiatives.  Skills & Experience required: 10-15 years of relevant warehouse experience with 3+ years in a management role. Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills. Ability to maintain accurate and detailed records. Ability to train, motivate and direct the work of others. Must have intermediate computer skills with Microsoft Office Suite. HAZMAT certification preferred. Class D Driver’s license required. Other hiring requirements: drug screening, reference check, background check and MVR check.  Submit resumes to recruiting@durstus.com  No phone calls please.

 

XXXXXX Assistant Manager
Canandaigua National Bank; Locations: Greece & Webster, NY

Full-time positions. Basic Qualifications: Education/Training: A B.S. or B.A. degree in a related field normally required; specialized banking education and training; Notary certification or willingness to obtain as requested. Skill(s): Proficient reading, writing, grammar, analytical, and mathematics skills; proficient interpersonal relations, communicative, and sales skills; strong PC skills; a thorough knowledge of the features and benefits of all bank products and services; a working knowledge of bank operating policies and procedures; demonstrated supervisory skills and sufficient skills to provide assistance in training of Branch Office staff; visual and auditory skills; valid driver's license. Experience:  A minimum of two (2) years' related experience normally required.  General Responsibilities: Responsible for working as an active leader within the Community Office sales/service team (i.e., demonstrated leadership attributes). Expectations include the skill set necessary to independently interact with customers towards a mutual benefit; that is, the ability to adequately deliver a solution to a customer situation; demonstrated ability to achieve personal sales/acquisition goals; the ability to motivate, coach and mentor branch personnel towards their individual and branch goal attainment; the ability to understand, comply, and enforce operating policies and procedures and outside regulatory requirements established for the Retail Services function; having the ability to develop customer relationships in an effort for long term association;  ability directly supervise assigned personnel; responsible for outside community association involvement/participation as a representative for the Bank. Essential Duties: 1. Works as an active leader of the Community Office sales/service team as follows: a. Leads by example for every member of the branch team in creating a consistently exceptional customer service experience and is expected to monitor and correct deviations from that level of service. b.         Is directly assigned the responsibility of mentoring, coaching and developing the branch personnel concerning their ability to communicate effectively bank products/services in an effort to achieve branch sales goals. Actively manages internal sales experience of the Branch Office; creates motivation and sales culture. Provides timely sales information and/or reports. c. Jointly establishes quantitative sales objectives, with assigned Branch Manager. Develops individual sales plans for targeted achievement. d. Is expected to independently solicit new business from present and prospective customers; maintains ongoing business relationships with current customers in order to take advantage of additional cross-selling opportunities. e. Maintains a thorough knowledge of the features and benefits of all bank products and services in order to ascertain customer needs and to sell in conjunction with these needs. It is this knowledge base that is leveraged and shared in the ongoing skill development of branch personnel. f. Oversees branch platform and remedies customer situations. Provides direct service to customers with respect to deposit, loan, trust, and other miscellaneous products and services. g. Open and closes the branch office. h.Assists customer in obtaining specialized services from other bank departments as necessary; provides help to customers with specific inquiries or service problems. i. Guarantees signatures as required. j. Performs special projects and other tasks as assigned. 2. Complies with established operating policies and procedures in order to support the Bank’s adherence to outside regulatory requirements. 3. Abides by the current laws and organizational policies and procedures designed and implemented to promote an environment which is free of sexual harassment and other forms of illegal discriminatory behavior in the work place. 4. Cooperates with, participates in, and supports the adherence to all internal policies, procedures, and practices in support of risk management and overall safety and soundness. 5. May assist the Community Office Manager I or II with organizing the work and activities of the Community Bank Office in order to achieve established goals; monitors the efficiency and performance of the office versus established standards. 6. Directly supervises assigned personnel as follows: a. Assists in the selection of new personnel as appropriate. b. Makes provisions for the proper orientation and training of new personnel. c. Reviews employee performance throughout the probationary period and on a regularly scheduled basis thereafter. d. Organizes, schedules, and distributes work among assigned personnel. e. Keeps personnel informed of pertinent policies and procedures affecting the office and/or platform; creates an atmosphere in which upward communication from employees is encouraged. f. Administers as needed, personnel policies and procedures as established by Bank policy. 7. Communicates with the Community Office Manager, other office managers, and appropriate staff personnel in order to integrate goals and activities. 8. Actively participates in the community in a manner that reflects favorably on the bank. 9. Follows Assistant Community Office Manager Priorities as defined in the Retail Routines.  Apply online at www.cnbank.com

 

XXXXXX Residence Supervisor Women's Wing
The Salvation Army; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center is accepting qualified applications for their Residence Supervisor opening. The Salvation Army is a branch of the Christian church and the ultimate goal of all programs is the spiritual regeneration of all people. Note: Responsibilities are almost entirely for the women’s wing (of 18 ladies), not the entire house. Responsibilities include: Is aware of and in agreement with The Salvation Army’s Christian spiritual approach to rehabilitation. Desires to be a part of a team that provides a caring respectful atmosphere to those seeking our help.  Responsible for enforcement of house rules and policies and overall security of women’s wing during evening and early morning hours. This includes ‘lights out;’ breathalyzing; drug testing; sign-out/in; bed checks; monitoring adherence to dress codes and attendance at meetings. Report and document violations of policies and center activities to Director of Program & Residential Services (“DPRS”) / Administrator and appropriate staff as required. Provide crisis intervention counseling with beneficiaries as needed. A written observation report of all crisis counseling sessions is provided to a beneficiary’s primary counselor the following morning. Be available to supervise access to medication; consultation about personal needs, etc. Train and supervise Housekeeping Monitor (WTA); canteen personnel and janitorial force. Ensure that canteen is inspected daily for cleanliness and adequate inventory. Submit list of inventory needs to DPRS / Administrator weekly. Conduct locker inspections on women’s wing as assigned. Maintain daily bed roster. Collect and complete daily statistics and written reports, including attendance report and beneficiaries admitted and/or terminated. Record statistical information specific to your area of responsibility and submit to DPRS designate at the beginning of each week (weekly reports) and/or no later than the third business day following the end of the month (monthly reports). Arrange for the following (according to center policy): distribution of gratuities and beneficiaries’ mail; emergency transportation; late dinners; pick up/drop off of prescriptions; activity attendance sheets; maintenance of drug screening and breathalyzing equipment; keeping beneficiaries’ personal inventories current; safety meetings; fire drills; meeting (and other) announcements. Ensure that the ladies’ wing wakes on time for breakfast at scheduled time and that beneficiaries are in attendance at morning devotions and program activities and arrive at Work Therapy Assignments (WTA) on time. Beneficiaries on sick call need to be reported to their Work Therapy Supervisor. Ensure that Housekeeping Monitor has access to supplies for janitorial force and other necessary supplies. Ensure that inventory of supplies is submitted to DPRS weekly. Ensure that repair and maintenance needs for the wing are reported to DPRS / designate immediately. Relieve security personnel during meals, breaks, program meetings. Ensure that female beneficiaries are aware of policies by conducting orientation class and answering questions regarding center policies. Issue clothing voucher for new beneficiaries ensuring all have proper Sunday attire. May sell canteen tickets as required. Ensure maintenance of vending machines and hand deliver to the bookkeeper and obtain written receipt for canteen and vending machine money; collections and offering every morning finance office is open. Responsible for recreation and sports activities for women as assigned by DPRS / Administrator. Attend weekly staff meetings and all meetings as requested by the DPRS / Administrator. Complete monthly Work Therapy Evaluations for beneficiaries working in housekeeping. Have clear understanding of policy regarding confidentiality and response to law enforcement personnel and procedure for medical emergencies.  Other duties as may be assigned by immediate supervisor and/or DPRS / Administrator. JOB REQUIREMENTS High School graduate or equivalent; current driver’s license. Minimum of two (2) years’ supervision experience preferred. Good communication and interpersonal skills. Clear understanding of professional boundaries and a commitment to professional development. Availability for evening hours (position is primarily evening shift). JOB SNAPSHOT: Base Pay: $9.00 /Hour. Other Pay: excellent benefits package- health, dental, vision, PTO, pension. Employment Type: Full-Time. Industry: Not for Profit - Charitable, Social Services. TENTATIVE SCHEDULE: Monday, Tuesday: Days Off; Wednesday: 10 AM - 7 PM; Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 3:30 PM - 12 Midnight. (The schedule for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday is mostly set, but there is greater flexibility with the other days.).  Apply to: Sylvia.Kirkland@USE.SalvationArmy.Org . Application deadline 1/23/15.

 

NY1113894 Locksmith Apprentice
Pop-A-Lock of Greater Rochester; Location: Rochester, NY

Full-time, shift varies. Job Description: Locally-owned full-service locksmith company seeks motivated, mechanically-inclined locksmith apprentice. Duties include installation of locks, panic devices, door hardware and automotive key cutting and programming. Skills needed: Mechanical aptitude. Good communication skills. Professional attitude. Critical thinking. Driver’s license required. Other hiring requirements: drug screening, reference check, clean driving record. Benefits: health insurance. To apply submit resumes to PALJobsRochester@gmail.com

 

XXXXXX Quality Management Nurse/ Physical Therapist
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Rochester, NY

DEPARTMENT: Quality Management/Utilization. FUNCTION: Serves as an advocate and facilitator for quality care on the Clinical Teams. Assists with clinical reviews, quality assessments, and compliance audits in a timely manner. Participates in the analysis of clinical performance and implementation of an improvement plan.  Educates Clinicians on documentation to assure quality and compliance with all federal and New York regulations. REPORTS TO: Quality / Utilization Management Director. RELATIONSHIPS: Patients, Physicians, Clinicians, Clinical Team Managers, Directors, Patient Financial Services, Medical Orders, HIM, ITS Department. HOURS: 40 hours a week or as specified; requires flexibility of hours to cover off-shift support of Clinical Teams; requires occasional evening and/or weekend Team support. RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Participates in the analysis of quality assessment and compliance audit results in order to develop and implement Team-based performance improvement plans. 2. Applies quality assurance criteria for completion of record audits. 3. Compiles statistical data and develops narrative reports summarizing quality assurance findings. 4. Identifies potential risk and/or trends that require further study and reports to director immediately. 5. Participates in quality meetings and activities as assigned by director. 6. Serve as agency staff resource and support person to facilitate understanding of and ensure adherence to policies, rules and regulations. 7. Educates clinicians, individually and collectively, including co-visits in order to improve their clinical/quality performance.   8. Maintains current knowledge and understanding of accreditation, state & federal regulations including OASIS governing home health agencies, and maintains compliance with regulations/organizational policies and procedures. 9. Interacts with agency staff in a positive manner to foster communication and promote cooperation. 10. Performs the Drug Regimen Reviews. 11. Assists with quality assessments and compliance audits in a timely manner, as requested by the Directors. 12. Assists with new QM functions, which require clinical knowledge and/or skills, as required in response to risk areas identified by the Director. 13. Abides by all applicable laws and regulations and the VNS Code of Conduct. 14. Represents the VNS ICARE values in all endeavors. QUALIFICATIONS: 1. New York State Registered Professional Nurse license required. Two years of experience in the Home Health and/or Hospice preferred. A minimum of 1 year experience in quality improvement preferred.  2. Oasis Certification (COS-C or C1) preferred but will accept a candidate who agrees to the completion of Oasis Training for COS-C1 certification OASIS certification required within one year of hire and maintains certification. 3. Working knowledge of third party reimbursement. Working knowledge of federal and New York regulations for Home Health.  4. Working knowledge of clinical and professional standards of practice in Home Health.  5. Excellent interpersonal and communications skills.  6.Computer skills, including the use of Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word. 7.Ability to seek direction and accept supervision. View full posting and apply online at www.vnsnet.com .    

 

XXXXXX Quality Management Nurse/ Physical Therapist
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Rochester, NY

FUNCTION: Serves as an advocate and facilitator for quality care on the Clinical Teams. Assists with clinical reviews, quality assessments, and compliance audits in a timely manner. Participates in the analysis of clinical performance and implementation of an improvement plan.  Educates Clinicians on documentation to assure quality and compliance with all federal and New York regulations. REPORTS TO: Quality / Utilization Management Director. RELATIONSHIPS:      Patients, Physicians, Clinicians, Clinical Team Managers, Directors, Patient Financial Services, Medical Orders, HIM, ITS Department. HOURS:                40 hours a week or as specified; requires flexibility of hours to cover off-shift support of Clinical Teams; requires occasional evening and/or weekend Team support. RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Participates in the analysis of quality assessment and compliance audit results in order to develop and implement Team-based performance improvement plans. 2. Applies quality assurance criteria for completion of record audits. 3. Compiles statistical data and develops narrative reports summarizing quality assurance findings. 4.Identifies potential risk and/or trends that require further study and reports to director immediately. 5. Participates in quality meetings and activities as assigned by director. 6. Serve as agency staff resource and support person to facilitate understanding of and ensure adherence to policies, rules and regulations. 7. Educates clinicians, individually and collectively, including co-visits in order to improve their clinical/quality performance.   8. Maintains current knowledge and understanding of accreditation, state & federal regulations including OASIS governing home health agencies, and maintains compliance with regulations/organizational policies and procedures. 9. Interacts with agency staff in a positive manner to foster communication and promote cooperation. 10. Performs the Drug Regimen Reviews. 11. Assists with quality assessments and compliance audits in a timely manner, as requested by the Directors. 12. Assists with new QM functions, which require clinical knowledge and/or skills, as required in response to risk areas identified by the Director. 13. Abides by all applicable laws and regulations and the VNS Code of Conduct. 14. Represents the VNS ICARE values in all endeavors. QUALIFICATIONS: 1. New York State Registered Professional Nurse license required. Two years of experience in the Home Health and/or Hospice preferred. A minimum of 1 year experience in quality improvement preferred.  2. Oasis Certification (COS-C or C1) preferred but will accept a candidate who agrees to the completion of Oasis Training for COS-C1 certification OASIS certification required within one year of hire and maintains certification. 3. Working knowledge of third party reimbursement. Working knowledge of federal and New York regulations for Home Health.  4. Working knowledge of clinical and professional standards of practice in Home Health.  5. Excellent interpersonal and communications skills.  6. Computer skills, including the use of Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, and Word. 7. Ability to seek direction and accept supervision. View full posting and apply online at www.vnsnet.com .     

 

XXXXXXX Director of Fundraising Events & Volunteer Engagement 
AL SIGL COMMUNITY OF AGENCIES, INC.; Location: Rochester, NY

FUNCTION:  To initiate, plan, manage and implement fundraising events and donor events for Al Sigl Foundation; to solicit, secure and manage sponsorship and in-kind support for fundraising events and projects; and to recruit volunteers for engagement with fundraising events and projects.   REPORTS TO: Vice President, Al Sigl Foundation. WORKS WITH: Foundation staff, volunteers, sponsors, donors. HOURS: Full Time:  37.5 hours per week, additional hours as necessitated by the responsibilities of the position. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: Plan and implement four major fundraising events annually with base net revenue of $300,000. Recruit, motivate and steward volunteers working on fundraising event committees and project committees. Manage a portfolio of approximately 50 sponsors/donors. Participate in securing in-kind donations for fundraising events and projects. Plan and implement cultivation, stewardship and recognition events/activities for donors. Supervise and motivate staff and volunteers to achieve established goals—financial and otherwise—for fundraising events and other projects.  ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:  Serve as liaison between Al Sigl Foundation and representatives of Al Sigl Member Agencies on fundraising events and securing sponsorships. Prepare and monitor fundraising events budgets including projecting annual revenues and expenses. Serve as staff liaison to the Al Sigl Council of volunteers ages 21-45 to assist them with achieving annual fundraising goals. Manage corporate and community partner engagement with Al Sigl Community such as United Way Day of Caring and third-party fundraising events.   Work with staff to maintain ongoing records on corporate sponsors on database, acknowledge gifts in a timely manner, and maintain records on gifts for special events. Supervise the preparation and on-going production of event-related promotional materials as requested.  Work in cooperation with Marketing Communications staff to plan and implement the public relations plan for special events including public relations materials, media releases, and other written materials, and develop event-related stories for Al Sigl publications.  Develop and update annual master calendar of deadlines for all events including submission of sponsorship requests, follow-up, etc. Ensure that logistics for all committee meetings, including meeting notices, agendas, minutes, and follow-up correspondence and status reports are managed. Plan other events as needed. Other duties as assigned.  REQUIREMENTS: Excellent planning and organizational skills. Excellent interpersonal skills.  Effective oral and written communication skills with accuracy and attention to detail. Ability to manage multiple tasks. Ability to self-prioritize daily and weekly workloads.  Ability to meet and exceed deadlines.  QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree. Database management experience. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, various social media and crowdfunding platforms.  3 to 5 years’ experience in non-profit fundraising or comparable experience. Apply by email to Laura Sadowski, Vice President – Foundation at lsadowski@alsigl.org

 

XXXXXX Office Manager/ Executive Administrator
Perinatal Network of Monroe County; Location: Rochester,  NY

Job Summary: This position handles the logistics for all agency meetings/conferences, supports agency Coalitions, maintains agency workplan, administers office functions including database and network administration, and supports staff as needed. This is a comprehensive position pulling in many different kinds of administrative skills. From interacting with our board, our vendors, and our staff, to updating our social media and managing the agency systems, the Office Manager is responsible for the day to day agency administrative function. Responsibilities: Events Coordination: Identify potential sites and other vendors; Place orders for sites and other event needs; Coordinate event registration, set up, and take-down. Social Media: Update and manage agency Facebook Page; Update and manage agency LinkedIn Account; Update and manage Twitter Account; Update and manage agency Website with host assistance. Database Admin: Update and manage databases containing consumer and community partner information and referral systems; Liaison with IT support and agency database vendors. Coalition Support: Schedule meetings, send invitations, track responses; Take meeting minutes, transcribe, and distribute; Support Coalition projects as needed. Office Administration: Develop and monitor office equipment, cleaning and maintenance, budgets, contracts, and expenses; Purchase supplies as requested and approved; Provide Administrative experience to the Executive Director and Agency Staff, as needed; Staff liaison with Medical & Liability Insurance; Scheduling travel arrangements for Agency staff; Processing Agency bills. Clerical Support; Greet visitors, handle mail distribution, check phone messages’ Photocopying, filing, organizing supplies; Maintain inventory of both office and health education supplies. Qualifications: Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, including Word, Excel, and Access; Motivated, personable, self starter; Ability to think critically about Agency needs and problem solving; Excellent written and oral communications skills; Ability to work independently and as part of a team, including taking direction from multiple people; Strong interpersonal skills; ability to work with vendors, partners, and staff; Flexibility and reliability in balancing multiple assignments; Minimum 3 years of relevant experience; Associates Degree or higher preferred but not required. This position is full-time (40 hours/week) and is non-exempt. PNMC provides a contribution to medical and dental insurance, a Flexible Spending Account, and a 401(k) retirement account. Free off-street parking is available. Salary: PNMC can offer a competitive salary in the $30,000 - $40,000 range, commensurate with experience. Please include your salary requirements with your application. The Perinatal Network of Monroe County goal is to eliminate socioeconomic disparities in birth outcomes in Monroe County, New York. We provide psychosocial support services to pregnant and parenting women, education and infrastructure support for health and human service providers, and coordination of initiatives to improve the health status of the community. For more information about the agency, visit our website at www.PerinatalNetwork.net . To Apply: Submit a cover letter and resume (preferably by email) to: Lauren Deutsch, Perinatal Network of Monroe County, The Strong Todd House, 693 East Ave, Ste. 200, Rochester NY 14607 ldeutsch@perinatalnetwork.net

 

XXXXXX STEM Teacher – Part-time
Ibero-American Action League, Inc. ; Location: Rochester, NY

STATUS: Part Time. Ibero-American Action League, Inc. is a non-profit organization that has been providing human services to the Rochester community for 45 years. When Ibero began to establish its roots in the Rochester area, there was a strong focus on the development and growth of Hispanics. Many of the new initiatives and programs were developed to help raise the socioeconomic status and self sufficiency of those being served. Today the agency employs over 210 people and currently has 22 sites. It's an agency that not only serves Latinos, but it serves our community as a whole, providing services in the area of developmental disabilities, education, children, youth, healthcare, housing, families, senior services and entrepreneurship programs. SUMMARY: Under the supervision of the Program Coordinator, the STEM Teacher will provide STEM activities to fourth through eighth grade students, Monday through Friday, from either 7:30am-9am or 3:30pm-5:15pm. STEM teacher will provide a safe and secure environment, conducive to learning and in compliance with programs performance objectives. RESPONSIBILITIES: Establishes and maintains good working relationships with Ibero program staff, RCSD staff, funding/accrediting agencies, related community agencies, and parents. Provide STEM workshops to children during ELT time based on the curriculum set forth by you, the instructor. Utilizes materials to give the best learning experience to the students. Attends scheduled staff meetings, and Professional Development trainings (during school breaks and Saturdays). Keeps track of monthly classroom attendance, submits to Coordinator. SKILLS & ABILITIES:  Experience and Education in related field. Demonstrated knowledge of child development, accepted methods of guiding children's behavior.  Bilingual in English and Spanish preferred but not required. Ability to perform all physical duties required by the supervision of school age children. Must have fingerprint clearance from the RCSD. Must be able to interact positively with parents, staff and community partners. Ibero is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. HOW TO APPLY: Apply online: www.iaal.org. DEADLINE TO APPLY: January 23, 2015. For questions, contact Human Resource at (585)256-8900.

 

XXXXXXX Bilingual Youth Mentor (English/Spanish)
Ibero-American Action League, Inc. ; Location: Rochester, NY

STATUS: Full-Time, 35 Hrs/week. Ibero-American Action League, Inc. is a non-profit organization that has been providing human services to the Rochester community for 45 years. When Ibero began to establish its roots in the Rochester area, there was a strong focus on the development and growth of Hispanics. Many of the new initiatives and programs were developed to help raise the socioeconomic status and self sufficiency of those being served. Today the agency employs over 210 people and currently has 22 sites. It's an agency that not only serves Latinos, but it serves our community as a whole, providing services in the area of developmental disabilities, education, children, youth, healthcare, housing, families, senior services and entrepreneurship programs. SUMMARY: Under the guidance & direct supervision of the Associate Director, the Mentor will be responsible to mentor 25-35 students at Monroe or East High School. Must maintain a safe and secure environment, conductive to learning and in compliance with programs performance objectives that are met at all times. RESPONSIBILITIES: Establishes and maintains goods working relationships with staff, parents, and representatives from funding/accrediting agencies, school faculty, related community agencies and other programs within IBERO. Assures compliance with agency’s rules and regulations and performance standards. Maintain a case load of 25-35 students for mentoring that have one or more of the following characteristics: at risk of academic failure due to poor school attendance, low socioeconomic status, engagement in risky behavior such as substance use and unprotected sexual intercourse, teenage pregnancy, homelessness, exposure to neighborhood violence, as well as youth from families immersed in substance abuse and/or domestic violence. Maintain communication with the students’ parents and teachers through out the year. Assist the team leader and Associate Director with planning and organizing a summer program for the student-mentees. Assures compliance with the school’s rules and regulation. Implement the Brenna Bry Model to Fidelity. SKILLS & ABILITIES: Bachelor degree in counseling, human services or social work and 2 years experience in human services or a combination of education and experience. Bilingual in English and Spanish. Demonstrated knowledge of youth development. Experience working with youth 13–21 years old. Valid NYS license and access to own transportation. Must have clearance through NYS Central Registry and good police record. Ibero is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Pro Disabled & Veteran Employer. HOW TO APPLY: Apply online: www.iaal.org  DEADLINE TO APPLY: January 23, 2015. For questions, contact Human Resource at (585)256-8900

 

XXXXXX RECRUITER / PERSONNEL SUPERVISOR
Remedy Intelligent Staffing; Location: Rochester, Geneva, Bloomfield, Avon, NY

Remedy Intelligent Staffing is seeking a sharp, motivated, self-starter to join our winning team!  Staffing Coordinators are confident professionals with an interest in recruiting, interviewing, and servicing clients. Why this is a Great Opportunity: Quarterly Contests; Strong base and benefits; Additional bonus opportunities. Responsibilities: Meet with clients to determine exact staffing needs. Identify the essential functions and job descriptions of the open position.  Assess Remedy’s ability to satisfy these needs through recruiting, interviewing, and evaluating if associates are a match.  Interview, screen and evaluate potential applicants.  Use discretion and independent judgment to determine the best applicants to represent Remedy.  Match the appropriate candidates with client’s expectations and requirements.  Solicit, interview, evaluate, select, hire and train associates. Evaluate and select the most qualified candidate for customer consideration.  Verify and document associate’s “right to work” in the US. Make the appropriate documentations.  After selecting the candidate to fill the order, instruct, train and orient associate on Remedy’s policies and expectations about the particular assignment. Supervise and appraise the productivity and efficiency of the associate through follow-up and quality control checks.  Qualifications:  Must be able to manage high levels of activity and multiple demands. Must be highly organized with excellent time-management skills. Must have a commitment to excellence. Previous staffing/recruiting experience required. Bilingual (Spanish/English) preferred. Apply today to join the Remedy family!  Please contact Wendy Waight, Regional Manager (585) 200-1775.

 

NY1114682 Security Officer – Part-time
Southern Tier Security

Location: Greater Rochester area (locations vary) Job description: Part-time, 10-25 hours per week. Shift varies, includes many nights and weekends. Provide basic unarmed security for several locations and venues throughout the area. Skills needed to perform the job: 1.  NYS Security License 2.  Able to work nights and weekends  3.  Able to stand for long periods of time. Other hiring requirements: reference check.  Minimum Pay: $9.50 Maximum Pay: $13.00. Apply by email, mail, or telephone to Southern Tier Security, PO Box 67522, Rochester, NY 14617, phone: 585-705-0300 or jobssts@hotmail.com

 

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