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APRIL 22, 2016 HOT JOBS

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DE1618815 Board Operator
iHeartMedia Stations; Location: Rochester, NY

Job Summary: Provides programming and control board support to On-Air Talent. Responsibilities: Operates control board for studios and remote programming. Regulates program timing, operates syndicated programming, and plays commercials. Monitors the technical quality and accuracy of incoming and outgoing on-air programming from master control room. Supports off-air commercial production, dubbing music to hard disk and programming automation computers. Protects station’s license by censoring live programs and deleting words/phrases not permitted on air. Executes playlists for server, tape, or simulcast programming. Assists with adjusting signal and programming content to ensure transmission meets federally mandated broadcast standards. Processes time-out programming for accurate play back. Monitors and updates weather, traffic and news reports into automation equipment. Checks studio equipment for proper functioning and notifies Engineering of technical malfunctions affecting quality of the broadcast. Screens in-coming phone calls and selectively chooses callers for On-Air Talent and talk shows. Handles emergency inserts (e.g. news updates, breaking stories, alert system tests, etc.). Qualifications: Competencies/Skills: Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Windows, Adobe Audition or similar audio editing software, Wide Orbit or similar automation system. Time management and attention to detail. Ability to work without close supervision. Flexibility in work schedule, including evenings, overnight and weekends. Functions well in a fast-paced environment with tight timeframes and multiple demands. Works well in a team environment. Work Experience: 6 months in a related role and/or technical training. Education: High school graduate or G.E.D. Certifications: None required. Location: Rochester, NY: 1700 HSBC Plaza, 100 Chestnut St, 14604.  Click here to apply.

 

NY1167270 CNC Programmer
Advantech Industries Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

Advantech Industries Inc. is a contract manufacturer providing sheet metal and precision CNC machined parts. We are looking to fill a CNC Programmer position. Hours are Monday –Friday, 7:30am-4:00pm. Eligible candidates must have a High School Diploma/GED and 5 years of experience minimum. Associates Degree in Industrial Technologies preferred. Experience with Mazatrol and Fanuc a plus. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Use CAD skills to create work holding and fixturing layouts, program CNC machine tools using Gibbs Cam Programming software, and create geometry as needed. Generate programs for milling centers, turning centers and multi-tasking CNC equipment. Update and manage CNC programs and manufacturing processes to consistently produce a precision product. Create manufacturing tool list for CNC programs. 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. Superior communication skills and ability to develop teamwork among staff; interface with department supervisors and machinists on a regular basis. Must be diplomatic and possess good human interaction skills. Holds oneself accountable for doing whatever is needed to meet the commitments made around project outcomes. Ability to multitask using the appropriate level of priority setting. Maintains adequate levels of performance and motivation despite job tasks that are routine, repetitive, and/or non-stimulating. Ability to work well under pressure, to adhere to deadlines and the ability to be flexible. Must be proficient with Solid Works, AP-100 programming software and Master Cam. Must be proficient in Cutting Speeds and Feeds. 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 tool. Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. Minimum 5 years of experience. High School Diploma/GED required. Associates Degree in Industrial Technologies preferred. Experience with Mazatrol and Fanuc a plus. JOB BENEFITS: Vacation, Personal Days, Holidays, Health, Dental, Vision, 401(k) Plan. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment drug screening. Advantech Industries is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Any person with a disability needing special accommodations to the application process please call Human Resources. To apply: visit our website to fill out an online application at http://www.advantechindustries.com/careers.html

 

XXXXXX Maintenance Mechanic
Advantech Industries Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

Under the direct supervision of the Maintenance Manager, the Maintenance Mechanic is responsible for mechanical, hydraulic and electrical repairs along with general maintenance of equipment. Advantech Industries is currently recruiting for a Maintenance Mechanic. Hours are Monday – Friday 7:30am – 4:00pm. Eligible candidates must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience and a High School Diploma or GED. DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: Preventative Maintenance (Both CNC Machines & Press Brakes) Includes cleaning of coolant tanks, cleaning and changing equipment filters and replenishing or changing oils. General Mechanical Repairs; General Hydraulic Repairs; General Electrical Repairs; Facility Maintenance. 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 facilities and equipment are properly maintained. 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 add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions and decimals. Finesse in performance of maintenance related duties. JOB BENEFITS: Vacation, Personal Days; Holidays; Health; Dental; Vision; 401(k) Plan. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment drug screening. Advantech Industries is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Any person with a disability needing special accommodations to the application process please call Human Resources. To apply: visit our website to fill out an online application at http://www.advantechindustries.com/careers.html

 

NY1167428 Quality Inspector
Advantech Industries; Location: Rochester, NY

Advantech Industries Inc. is a contract manufacturer providing sheet metal and precision CNC machined parts. 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 Programming preferred. Must be self-motivated, able to work independently and have a desire to continuously improve on skill set and technical knowledge. Internal auditing and calibration skills helpful. Strong communication and interpersonal skills required. JOB BENEFITS: Vacation, Personal Days; Holidays; Health; Dental; Vision; 401(k) Plan. Employment is contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment drug screening. Advantech Industries is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Any person with a disability needing special accommodations to the application process please call Human Resources. To apply: visit our website to fill out an online application at http://www.advantechindustries.com/careers.html

 

NY1167271 Receptionist/Office Assistant
IK Systems, Inc.; Location: Victor, NY

Primary Purpose of Job: Provides general office support with a variety of clerical activities and related tasks. The receptionist will be responsible for answering incoming calls, directing calls to appropriate team members, mail distribution, flow of correspondence, requisition of supplies, booking travel arrangements as well as additional clerical duties. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Greet and direct customers, clients, business associates, and guests to the office. Answer phones on a multiline phone and transfer to the appropriate destination, or take and relay messages. Answer questions; providing basic information and resolving issues. Host employee on-boarding and new-hire paperwork process. Manage heavy calendars, including the scheduling of appointments, meetings, and conference rooms. Coordinate domestic travel arrangements, including: reservations, itineraries, and planning. Assist with logging service tickets and maintaining various reports and files, as requested. Assist with composing, proofreading, and formatting correspondence, reports, and other complex documents, including: closeout packages, spreadsheets, and databases. Plan staff lunches, maintain office snack program. Forecast, order and maintain office supplies. Manage time effectively to meet and exceed deadlines to ensure availability for additional projects. Job Requirements: Computer savvy with excellent MS Office Suite 10 (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint) skills. Strong written, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills. Effective time management and organizational skills with a high level of attention to detail. Excellent phone etiquette, grammar and proof-reading skills. Able to work well under pressure and exercise sound judgment and discretion. Able to work efficiently and produce accurate work in a deadline-driven environment with limited supervision. Able to identify opportunities for improvement and assume responsibility. Able to maintain a professional demeanor and a polished professional appearance. Working Conditions: This job operates at the corporate headquarters in a clerical office setting as well as within an operational warehouse. This would require the ability to lift, stretch, bend and stand as necessary. Position Type / Expected Work Hours: This is a full-time position.  Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM. To apply: melissam@iksystems.com

 

DE1623153 HR Advisor/ Generalist
American Red Cross; Location: Rochester, NY

The HR Advisor is responsible for the delivery of a wide range of HR Services to the employees and managers of specific business units of the American Red Cross. Major responsibilities are to serve as the HR consultant to client groups and employees. Provide consistent HR support to clients and employees on day-to-day issues and inquiries. Partners with colleagues to deliver HR programs including organizational design, development and training activities, employee relations, and performance management to managers and employees to ensure they are equipped to meet the organization’s business goals and mission. This position is located at the biomedical facility in West Henrietta, NY and reports to an HR Manager. As one of the nation’s premier humanitarian organizations, the American Red Cross is dedicated to helping people in need throughout the United States and, in association with other Red Cross networks, throughout the world. We depend on the many generous contributions of time, blood, and money from the American public to support our lifesaving services and programs. At the American Red Cross, you will enjoy a collaborative work culture committed to the diversity of our people, programs, and services. If you share our passion for helping people, join us in this excellent career opportunity. Position Summary: The HR Advisor is responsible for the delivery of a wide range of HR Services to the employees and managers of specific business units of the American Red Cross. Major responsibilities are to serve as the HR consultant to client groups and employees. Provide consistent HR support to clients and employees on day-to-day issues and inquiries. Partners with colleagues to deliver HR programs including organizational design, development and training activities, employee relations, and performance management to managers and employees to ensure they are equipped to meet the organization’s business goals and mission. This position is located at the biomedical facility in West Henrietta, NY and reports to an HR Manager. Key Responsibilities: Responsible for partnering and facilitating all HR Service Delivery initiatives to assigned business units within a geographic area. Key areas include employee relations, coaching, organizational design, HR training, performance management. Consult with client groups on application/interpretation of laws and regulations, HR policies, performance issues, transfer, terminations and promotions. Coach Managers on employee problem resolution and performance management. Proactively provide consistent HR support to clients on day-to-day issues and inquiries, and answer non-routine requests for information and policy interpretation. Monitor employee climate to identify issues/trends. Present/lead HR driven training sessions/workshops to include performance management, succession/workforce planning, compensation/benefits, organization/team development, and change management to assigned client groups. Ensure compliance with established internal HR policies and procedures and regulatory requirements and conduct periodic audits, as needed/required. Maintain a knowledge of progressive HR practices and key trends. Manage specific projects as determined by the HR Senior Leadership Team and participate in functional and cross-functional initiatives. Foster and maintain strong internal relationships with key HR and business leaders. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in human resources, business administration, organizational development, or a related degree or equivalent experience. 3+ years of experience in Human Resources, including in-depth experience in employee relations and delivering on a wide range of HR initiatives across a large organization. Labor Relations experience is preferred. Business and financial acumen, as well as general HR functional knowledge. Broad knowledge of employment law, compensation and organizational development. Experience managing in a highly matrixed environment. Demonstrated problem solving, interpersonal, and project management skills.  Knowledge of HRIS systems, basic HR measurement, and process improvement techniques required.  Degree in Human Resources or PHR/SPHR preferred. The American Red Cross is a diverse nonprofit organization offering its employee’s professional development and growth opportunities and a collaborative team spirit environment. A competitive salary, and a comprehensive benefits package, including paid-time-off, medical benefits, & 401k are included with this role. The American Red Cross is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race, color, religion, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law. To be considered for this position, please visit www.redcross.org/jobs  to apply.

 

XXXXXX Customer Service Representative
Allpro Parking; Location: Rochester, NY

This position acts as an ambassador providing directions, instructions, accommodations and other services to the parking patrons. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Be attentive to and assist customers as requested. Provide a friendly greeting upon arrival and departure of patrons. Appropriate and proper verbal and non-verbal communication (i.e. “posting”). Ensure that all problems are proactively addressed. Provide directions and instructions as requested. OTHER JOB DUTIES/REQUIREMENTS: Follow all rules and general guidelines as learned in training. Refrain from personal habits, such as smoking and personal cell phone use while servicing customers. Perform special projects when required. Participate in opportunities to advance professional and personal development and growth. Enhance internal communication by sharing knowledge, skills and experience with co-workers. Work under general supervision of the Field Manager. Interact on a regular basis with other Allpro personnel. Team player with exceptional interpersonal communication skills. Demonstrated Ability to provide exceptional customer service. Must conform to Allpro’s uniform dress requirements. Event will take place on Saturday, April 30th from 8:00am-4:00pm. To apply: jlatt@allproparking.com      

 

NY1167403 Dispatcher (part time)
Village of Fairport; Location: Fairport, NY

The Village of Fairport owns and operates a Municipal Electric System encompassing approximately 26 square miles including all of the Village of Fairport and the majority of the Town of Perinton with a customer base of over 16,000 electric customers, a load of approximately 110 MW and is in search of Dispatcher(s) who can facilitate effective communications and correspondence within our organization and our customers. The Village of Fairport is a mature and progressive community located in Monroe County, New York, approximately eleven (11) miles southeast of downtown Rochester.  The Village is surrounded by the Town of Perinton and is adjacent to the neighboring municipalities of Penfield to the North, Pittsford to the West, Egypt and Macedon to the East, and Victor to the South.  The Village provides a full range of municipal services including police, fire and municipal electric.  The Fairport Municipal Commission provides reliable, economical electricity and has a budget of $24 million and approximately 48 employees. This position serves as part of the electric operations staff for Fairport Electric and is a Monroe County civil service position.  Technical work includes: receiving and logging phone calls pertaining to general information requests of Fairport Electric and the Village of Fairport then transferring those calls to the various departments that make up both Fairport Electric and the Village of Fairport.  General information requests may include electrical outages, utility billing, engineering requests, and other Village of Fairport information indicating the need of services. Work includes dispatching appropriate equipment and personnel to meet the requirements and priorities of an electrical outage or other  emergency need; monitor a two way radio system for safety and coordination between working field crews; perform security checks of buildings and equipment; relays information via radio on service complaints to appropriate department or field crews; completes work order forms for maintenance and service crews; facilitates the call outs of  personnel as directed by the Fairport Municipal Commission (FMC) when emergency situations necessitate action; etc. The Village of Fairport is seeking a professional individual(s) who possesses the following proposed minimum qualifications:  Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma along with the successful completion of the FMC dispatcher training requirements once hired. Ability to work alone handling high volume call scenarios, multi-tasking between duties, clear and efficient communication skills are key to this position. Ability to read and interpret work orders and other business related documents; good hand, motor and eye coordination; dependability; resourcefulness; physical strength and stamina to perform the required work during high call volume scenarios; physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.  A positive attitude and the ability to communicate and converse with the general public is highly desirable.  Customer service and the facilitation of accurate information is the number one goal and objective of this position. Compensation will commence at $18/hour and applicants can expect to work an average of 24 hours/week.  Candidate will be subject to drug and alcohol testing prior to and continuing through employment as well as a pre-employment background check.  Interested applicants should submit a cover letter, resume and application to Matthew J. Hegarty, Distribution Engineer, 31 South Main Street, Fairport, New York 14450.  This position(s) is open until filled; however, interested applicants are encouraged to apply by May 2, 2016. For more information, please contact Matthew J. Hegarty at mjh@fairportny.com or 585-421-3104.We look forward to working with you!

 

XXXXXX Case Manager
Veterans Outreach Center; Location: Rochester, NY

Ability to recognize the presence of mental health and chemical dependency needs and make appropriate referrals. Relate effectively to people with diverse psychiatric, alcohol and substance abuse problems, both individually and in groups, as well as people with diverse cultural, ethnic and racial backgrounds. Communicate effectively and work cooperatively with VOC staff and community professionals. Maintain accurate and up-to-date client files, collect data and write preliminary reports for funding sources. Write comprehensive treatment plans consistent with the program goals and objectives and coordinate with other treatment providers. Demonstrated ability to engage people in the case management process using motivational interviewing and a trauma-informed approach. Provide on-going support to clients via case management, advocacy and referrals. Develop and maintain the community linkages necessary to facilitate referrals. Participate in and coordinate intra-staff meetings. Participate in agency committees and program development. Any other job-related duties as assigned by the Program Manager. Support the mission of the VOC, and collaboration both inside and outside of the organization. Conduct outreach as needed. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum of three years Case Management experience with a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related field. Good organizational ability and verbal and written communications skills. Proficient computer skills with Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, Access, Power Point). Valid, clean New York State driver’s license. Able to adapt to a flexible work schedule. Able to perform activities as described in the Activities Requirement Checklist. Veterans Outreach Center, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces are encouraged to apply. Submit resume and cover letter to: Human Resources Department, Veterans Outreach Center, Inc., 459 South Avenue, Rochester, New York 14620; fax: (585) 295-7812; or e-mail: jobposting2@veteransoutreachcenter.org

 

NY1167411 Driver (Residential Services)
Veterans Outreach Center; Location: Rochester, NY

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS: Organize daily transportation priorities. Provide daily transportation needs safely and timely. Communicate veteran concerns to staff. Facilitate food pick-ups (e.g. at Sam’s Club); submit receipts in a timely manner. Inform supervisor of all issues and concerns regarding agency van, gas, needed maintenance, issues of safety, and general care. Light office work, answering phones, and facilitating donation pickups. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Valid NY State driver’s license and clean driving record. Able to work effectively with a culturally diverse population. General knowledge of the Greater Rochester five-county area. Ability to adapt to a flexible work schedule. Ability to perform the activities described in the Activities Requirement Checklist. Veterans Outreach Center, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces are encouraged to apply. Submit resume and cover letter to: Human Resources Department, Veterans Outreach Center, Inc., 459 South Avenue, Rochester, New York 14620; fax: (585) 295-7812; or e-mail: jobposting2@veteransoutreachcenter.org

 

XXXXXX Community Relations Specialist
Fidelis Care; Location: Rochester, NY

Position Summary: The primary role of the Community Relations Specialist is to develop new and existing markets by building and enhancing relationships in the community with individuals and organizations.  The overarching goal is to raise awareness of Fidelis Care’s mission, its products and services.  It also serves to educate the public and promote quality health care, wellness and preventive care in accordance with the core tenets of managed care.  Identifying and establishing new sites, including one-time events and longer term locations, in order to distribute information about Fidelis Care’s products and services are aspects of this position.   This position plans/executes all aspects of the event:  including staffing, materials, vendors and set up.  In order to accomplish this, these positions must have the ability to network and conduct group presentations as well.  Community Relations Specialists are key to introducing individuals and community leaders to Fidelis Care.  The Community Relations Specialist will identify appropriate audiences for Fidelis Cares products and services, and will work with their manager and the communications team to develop specific approaches to most effectively reach target populations.  They will also implement local marketing tactics to build market share, increase brand awareness and enhance knowledge of preventive care and wellness in their assigned territory, again working with their manager and the local marketing and communications teams.  The Community Relations Specialist will complete all necessary paperwork, documentation, and follow-up as required; and will also create letters, documents, spreadsheets, and graphic presentations as necessary.  They will routinely interface with individuals Marketing, Communications, Retention, Provider Relations and other Fidelis departments as necessary to accomplish their objectives. This position is the driver of all promotional events within their assigned territory. Key Skills:             Community development and health status improvement : Skilled in establishing and developing relationships with individuals, business owners and centers of influence  to increase awareness of Fidelis Care’s products and services, enhance public understanding of preventive care and wellness programs and increase  enrollment into health insurance products. Effective Communicator: Skilled in communicating with technical and business partners both in writing and in person. Customer Service:  Ability to communicate with all levels of management, internal and external customers.  Self-Starter:  Ability to work well as a member of a team or alone. Project Management:  Must be able to be a project leader and interface with various departments to manage events and projects from beginning to end. Public Speaking Ability – able to conduct presentations via Power Point. Flexibility – ability to work nights or weekends if needed. Proficiency in Microsoft Office: Excel, Word, Lotus Notes; Internet, Power point. Ability to multi-task and manage simultaneous projects in a fast paced environment.  Must have strong organizational skills. Business Analysis: Must have strong analytical and problem solving skills. Work Related Experience: Must have experience in successfully developing a territory. Community Relations experience – preferably in a Managed Healthcare setting. Two to five years related experience preferred. Education, License, and Certification: Additional Requirements: BA/BS - Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent required. Must have flexibility and ability to work nights and weekends if needed. Must be able to lift 25 pounds. To apply: http://www.fideliscare.org

 

 

NY1167434 Accounting Assistant
Lexington Machining LLC.; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: To provide the company assistance with maintaining financial transaction records including accounts payable and accounts receivable, and to help with all other applicable Accounting responsibilities. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Prepares the general ledger/journal entries, account reconciliations, and the associated financial statements that assist with month end closing. Assists with coordinating some Accounting Department functions with all necessary parties. Prepares Accounting records and reports including, but not limited to journal entries, fixed assets/depreciation schedules and tax reports. Assists the CFO in conducting special projects such as special projects and “what if” scenarios. Prepares daily production and scrap reports. Completes both the monthly and daily BBR reports. Completes month end closing requirements. Completes weekly and semi-monthly payroll when needed, and serves as the back-up to payroll. Other duties as assigned. ADDITIONAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: None. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: None. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this job successfully, 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 otherwise qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. A.S. or Bachelor’s degree preferred, or the equivalent combination of education and experience. Manufacturing knowledge preferred. Requires reasoning, mathematical/statistical, computer and language and communication skills normally required of a customer service position in a small/medium size manufacturing company. Must be proficient in Microsoft office, excel, word, and PowerPoint. QAD knowledge preferred. PHYSICAL: EMANDS/REQUIREMENTS: Occasionally move or lift equipment weighing up to 50 pounds. Occasionally exposed to loud noises. WORK ENVIRONMENT: Work environment similar to a typical office environment associated with a manufacturing facility. To apply: Please apply at Lexington Machining, 677 Buffalo Rd, Rochester, NY 14611 or email Kconnell@lexingtonmachining.com

 

XXXXXX Technical Publishing Specialist
General Code; Location: Rochester, NY

General Code is an established and growing leader in the field of code publishing and maintenance, serving several thousand municipal customers throughout the United Sates. Working within an XML system, our professional codification team creates, edits and publishes codes which are output in print, to CDs and mobile devices and to our industry-leading online software eCode360® where they are regularly accessed by millions of end users and public officials. As a key member of the Publishing Production Team, the Technical Publishing Specialist creates these large and complex legal documents and updates them with an astonishing degree of accuracy. The tasks to produce publish and maintain codes, some of which are highly graphical—require expertise in a variety of integrated publishing systems software, attention to detail, as well as fluency in the art and technology of new media. The successful applicant for this position will demonstrate technical expertise, design sensibilities and a keen desire to participate in a values-based, team-oriented business environment. Use multiple software products —including browsers, SVN, Topleaf, Folio, MS-Office, Prince, Adobe Creative Suite, and Acrobat— to manage XML content to create final output to paper and electronic. Use Arbortext to edit XML data, identify and reformat tables file as necessary. Modify Instruction Pages to reflect Topleaf output; troubleshoot Topleaf errors. Correct layout errors as identified and marked by output Quality Control. Use CSS to create optimized output layouts for various mediums and to style content appropriately. Using standard DTP tools, perform basic image editing, page layout, and vector art editing and prep. Create accurate and complete final PDFs for publishing. Create, assemble and/or maintain process documentation. Interact effectively with functional team and other company teams, in a manner that fosters teamwork. Work within and toward the corporate goals, strategies, values and profitability objectives. Interact effectively with functional team and other company teams, in a manner that fosters teamwork. Perform other duties as assigned. Certificate, Diploma or Degree in Communications, Graphic Design, Multimedia Design, Media Arts, Publishing Technology; BS preferred.  CSS and HTML programming experience required; XML or XSLT programming a plus. Proficient with professional publishing systems software and tasks such as creating macros, templates and form-fields; working with tables, tables of contents, headers, and footnotes: Creating and modifying toolbars, buttons and macros. Expert user of desktop publishing software such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator. Basic design skills to correct final output so as to reflect intended visual layouts. Self-directed learner with a continuous-improvement mindset; adapts to change and seeks technologies and methods to improve tools, processes and products. Works independently and creatively to address problems and apply solutions. Excellent organizational skills; manages multiple tasks while meeting publishing deadlines. Willing and able to put in extra time and effort when required to meet deadlines. Good project and time management skills with attention to detail and accuracy. Team player, with excellent interpersonal, oral and written communication skills. TO APPLY: Please submit resumes to resumes@generalcode.com

 

NY1167276 Administrative Assistant
Action for a Better Community; Location: Rochester, NY

Summary of Responsibilities: To perform a variety of complex and confidential clerical and administrative duties in support of management in order to ensure the most timely, efficient and professional operations. Qualifications/Education and Experience: Associates Degree in Secretarial Science or the equivalent combination of education and experience, including the use of a personal computer and applicable software. Two to three years of secretarial/administrative assistant experience. Requires a working level knowledge of secretarial/administrative functions, including data entry, typing, filing, and business administration and mathematics functions. Requires administrative, interpersonal, organizational, planning, problem solving and oral and written communication skills. Requires the health and physical capability to work in a typical office environment. Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license and have access to reliable transportation. All employees of ABC Early Childhood Services Division must receive and maintain a full clearance from the Justice Center of New York and the Office of Children and Family Services that allows them unsupervised contact with children. Any prospective or current employee who has an indication of child abuse maltreatment or neglect, or who cannot be left unsupervised with children, will not be hired or retained. To apply: Please Forward Resumes/Applications to: Human Resources Department, Action for a Better Community, Inc. 550 E. Main Street, Rochester, New York 14604. (585) 325-5116. website: www.abcinfo.org. Email: hrdept@abcinfo.org. EOE. Application deadline: April 26, 2016.

 

XXXXXX Education/Disabilities Manager
Action for a Better Community; Location: Rochester, NY

Summary of Responsibilities: To manage the Early Childhood Development and Disability Services content areas, including mental health.  Scope of duties includes providing leadership and monitoring of delivery of services in the education, disability services.  Assure the provision of developmental and behavioral screening and evaluation and follow-up to children with suspected and diagnosed disabilities.  Ensure quality early childhood education for children and families, including children with diagnosed disabilities.  Assure education staff participate in family engagement activities. Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Early Childhood Education, with credential in birth – 2nd grade. Five years supervisory experience in an ECE setting, including administration, budget administration, staff development. The demonstrated ability to provide adult education in the field of early childhood education.  Expertise in developmentally-appropriate practices, current theories in early childhood education. Knowledge of Head Start Performance Standards, New York State day care regulations, special education laws and regulations. Familiarity with community resources, education and human services agencies providing services to children and families. The ability to deal with people at all organizational levels; administrative, analytical, organizational, interpersonal, planning, problem solving and oral and written communications skills; and an aptitude to directing and motivating people. Advanced computer skills to include word processing, e-mail and database user skills. The health and physical capability to work in an office or classroom environment. Certification in High Scope, CLASS and ECERS. A valid NYS driver’s license and access to reliable transportation. Ability to pass NYS SCR clearance and criminal background check. To apply: Please Forward Resumes/Applications to: Human Resources Department, Action for a Better Community, Inc. 550 E. Main Street, Rochester, New York 14604. (585) 325-5116. Apply Online or email: hrdept@abcinfo.org. EOE. Application deadline: April 26, 2016. Deadline for Resume/Applications Open until filled.

 

XXXXXX Education/Disabilities Manager
Action for a Better Community; Location: Rochester, NY

Summary of Responsibilities: To coordinate, monitor and provide training and technical assistance to Head Start grantee, delegate and partners on provision of early childhood development and disabilities services.  Responsible for the development and implementation of the Head Start Early Childhood Curriculum per HS Performance Standards, and to provide training for education staff, substitutes and volunteers relating to planning and implementing the curriculum, coordinating service for children with suspected and diagnosed disabilities and other early childhood related areas. Qualifications/Education and Experience: MS in Early Childhood Education, with NYS Certification B-2 (required). Five to seven years’ experience teaching in an early childhood setting, and experience teaching and providing training to adults. Requires the demonstrated ability to provide adult education in the field of early childhood education. Expertise in developmentally-appropriate practices, current theories in Early Childhood Education and knowledge of NYS Special Education laws and regulations, required. Requires administrative, analytical, evaluative, and oral and written communications skills; and ability to train and motivate people. Extensive computer, data base, and data analysis skills needed. Requires the health and physical capability to work in an office or classroom environment.  Requires the ability to participate in classroom activities which include but are not limited to, running, bending, stretching, sitting or kneeling on the floor, and to lift up to 40 lbs. Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and have access to reliable transportation. Ability to pass NYS Central Registry (SCR) clearance and criminal conviction check. To apply: Please Forward Resumes/Applications to: Human Resources Department, Action for a Better Community, Inc. 550 E. Main Street, Rochester, New York 14604. (585) 325-5116. Apply online  or Email: hrdept@abcinfo.org . EOE. Application deadline: April 26, 2016. Deadline for Resume/Applications. Open until filled.

 

Hampton Inn & Suites (Rochester/Victor) is currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Night Auditor
  • Front Desk Agent
  • House Attendant / Houseperson
  • Breakfast Ambassador
  • Laundry Attendant
  • Housekeeping Room Attendant

For job descriptions and to apply: http://www.hospitalityonline.com/

 

Woodcliff Hotel & Spa is currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Dishwasher
  • Line Cook
  • Engineer II/Maintenance Technician
  • House Attendant / Houseperson
  • Night Auditor
  • Spa Massage Therapist
  • Restaurant Supervisor
  • Housekeeping Supervisor
  • Spa Cosmetologist
  • Lifeguard
  • Greens Keeper
  • Laundry Attendant
  • Convention Services Manager
  • Nail Technician
  • Host/Hostess
  • Busser
  • Banquet Server
  • Public Attendant
  • Server
  • Room Service Attendant
  • Esthetician / Makeup Artist
  • Room Attendant / Housekeeper
  • Health Club Attendant
  • Sales Manager
  • Bellperson

For job descriptions and to apply: http://www.hospitalityonline.com/

 

 

XXXXXX Sales Associates
Sunglass Hut; Location: Eastview Mall

Sunglass Hut International is the leading provider of luxury and premium sunglass product globally. We sell brands like Ray Ban, Oakley, Versace, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana and many more. As a Sales Consultant for Sunglass Hut you will working directly with customers and deliver a Customer Experience that is one of the best in the retail industry as well as help the Store Manager maintain the store to exceptional Brand Standards. Each week you can earn extra incentive pay based on store sales performance. Do you love fashion and love to serve people, than Sunglass Hut is a great place for you. Sales Associates are needed to fulfill all customer needs when selecting designer sunglasses. Customers are top priority and we want them to have a wonderful shopping experience. Skills required include energy, organization and communication. References will be checked and there will be a drug screen. To apply: contact Store Manager Ron Robinson at (585) 425-8821.

 

XXXXXX CNC Programmer/Set-Up Machine Operator
XLI Corporation; Location: Rochester, NY

Job Summary: The CNC programmer/machine set-up operator writes programs/instructions or modifies existing programs and ensures that the machines and programs operate correctly.  Reviews three-dimensional CAD blueprints, translates the instructions into a computer aided/automated manufacturing (CAM) program.  Analyzes job orders, drawings, blueprints and other data and performs all the necessary calculations.  They are responsible for setting up and running vertical and/or horizontal machining centers.  They follow the instructions to set up the job, run the program, perform measurements and make all adjustments necessary so that the product meets specifications.  Additionally they troubleshoot and correct problems with programs and/or machine setups.  Job Requirements include but are not limited to: Knowledge of Vista by Epicor or other MRP system. Ability to write and edit computer programs. Program CNC Machining centers using MasterCam. Ability to interpret complex engineering drawings and to read drawings, specifications, quality plans. Knowledge of mathematics – algebra, geometry, trigonometry and GD&T. Optimize, troubleshoot and problem solve. Proficiency in MasterCAM, AutoCAD, Solidworks, Lathe Programming, Mechanical Desktop. Provide programming support for CNC vertical, horizontal mills, rotational, grinders, lathes, etc. Experience with Fanuc controls,– Enshu, Haas, Matzu, Mazak. Able to program G & M codes. Able to lift up to 50 pounds. Capable of meeting assigned deadlines. Must be authorized to work in the U.S.A. These are typical duties and responsibilities and are not intended to limit management from assigning any other work as required. Education Required: High school diploma or GED. Minimum 3 years machining experience & CNC programming and operations. Associates degree in Engineering Design, Machine Tool Technology or related field preferred. Estimating and Project Management skills desirable. To Apply:  Submit resumes to: greatjobs@xlionline.com

 

NY1163612 Maintenance Technician
Ashley Management Corporation; Location: Rochester, NY

Organize, prioritize and ensure that service requests & repairs are made correctly and in a timely manner (within 24 hrs. per policy). Ensure that vacant units are made rent-ready/performs turnover work as required.  Maintain a high level of customer service, including communicating effectively with residents/co-workers/vendors/supervisors. Among skills needed: electrical, plumbing, drywall, carpentry, ice/snow removal, painting. May require ability to serve on-call. Extended working hours should be anticipated to meet challenging and inconsistent demands of property, including seasonal issues such as snow removal, high turnover periods, etc. Requires valid driver's license. 1-2 years' experience or comparable experience in property management or related trade preferred - would consider a trainee. Wage: $11.00-$14.00/hour with benefits. Subject to employer drug screening, reference/criminal/DMV background checks. FT. M-F. 8am-4:30pm. 40 hrs. /wk. Benefits. Two locations available: Winton Village Apartments and Long Pond Shores Apartments. Apply:  michellegarvey@ashleyco.com

 

XXXXXX Peer Employment Specialist
Mental Health Association; Location: Rochester, NY

Summary of the job: The Peer Employment Coach works with adults with mental health disabilities who are employed or seeking employment.  The Coach provides individualized support, connections to benefits advisement assistance and other community resources, facilitates an employment support group, and conducts some group training. Primary Responsibilities include: Accepts referrals and works one-on-one with individuals to help them build appropriate employment related skills such as developing interpersonal skills, managing symptoms, communication skills, and stress management strategies. Assists individuals with job searching and performs job development duties. Connects clients to the Mental Health Association’s Benefits Specialist as appropriate. Facilitates a support group that provides our clients with an opportunity to share their experiences and issues. Completes necessary paperwork as required. Must be available some evenings and Saturdays. Education: Prefer Bachelors in human services with minimum one year experience working with individuals with mental illness. Will consider candidates with a combination of education and experience. Relevant Experience: Prefer experience with the mental health vocational services system. Must have successfully managed their own mental health issues and achieved a significant degree of recovery. Reliable transportation and NYS Driver’s License. Capable of working independently with a minimum of supervision. Demonstrates sensitivity and respect for diverse cultural backgrounds and be willing to participate in diversity training on an annual basis. Strong computer skills needed. To apply: mpetitte@mharochester.org

 

XXXXXX Vice President of Business Development
Cognisight; Location: Rochester, NY

Position Summary: The primary component of the Vice President of Business Development’s role is directly delivering—and ideally exceeding—the company’s new business annual revenue target.  This is accomplished through the development and execution of sales strategies in conjunction with corporate goals and objectives.  As the sales cycle for many of Cognisight’s services have a long lead time, it’s critical for this role to develop and scale up new business and customer bases. Establishing strategic partnerships is essential to be successful. In addition to selling, this position manages a team of marketing/social media and proposal writing staff, leading and directing this team to execute successfully against Cognisight's financial targets and strategic plan. Essential Responsibilities: Structure a sales plan for maintaining existing and building new business relationships at the "C" level and among other decision makers. Develop business opportunities by identifying prospects and evaluating their position in the industry; customizing sales approaches based on research and analysis. Close sales by establishing contact and developing relationships with prospects; recommending solutions to solve prospect’s operational and financial needs/gaps. Maintain relationships with existing clients by providing support, information, and guidance; researching and recommending new opportunities; recommending profit and service improvements. Develop and coordinate proposal strategy and determine need for additional contributors; manage each RFP expectations and timelines Keep up with industry dynamics and identify product improvements or new business lines and/or services by remaining current on industry trends, market activities, and competitors Maintain prospect listing for review by stakeholders. Research and drive business expansion/collaboration opportunities in the market; develop, in conjunction with senior management, the market landscape and the strategic plan. Develop sales presentations and action plans for potential new clients. Develop and manage annual marketing and public relations budget and calendar. Identify future industry trends and additional client/prospect contact opportunities. Act as a strong team player in the management of existing business with the objective of developing new revenue sources, referrals, and new leads. Enhance existing programs and identify new pilot program opportunities. Develop strong client relationships on all levels. Familiarity with Salesforce.com or other CRM as well as proposal content library. Prepare white papers and develop webinars as dictated by the market and/or to advance Company’s strategy. Participate in key industry organizations, maintain high level of visibility Participate on the Cognisight leadership team. When appropriate, apply for and Capstone Project teams (Capstone Projects are MBA and EMBA projects through Rochester Institute of Technology that provide industry support on a variety of projects). Air/car travel required approximately 12-15 times per year for prospect/client/strategic partner meetings as well as sponsorship and corresponding attendance at industry conferences. Occasional assistance with renewals. Education: BS required; MBA preferred. Requirements: 5-7 years of demonstrated revenue generation and delivering sales objectives in a B2B model. 5-7 years in management. 3-5 years’ experience with industry conferences: planning; booth activity, presentations, prospecting, etc. Proven marketing, product development expertise. Strong understanding of stakeholders and decision makers. Ability to provide an integrated solution to prospects and customers—must be able to stage a consultative selling process that overcomes objection and indifference and connects need with client. Impeccable oral and verbal communications and presentation skills. Experience in defining industry sector trends. Background in healthcare required; background in health plans preferred. Other Requirements: New York State driver’s license. Independent means of transportation. Physical ability to travel (commonly air). Passing of background check and drug screening. Level of Supervision: Works independently in conjunction and under the supervision of the Executive Vice President of Cognisight. Directs Work of Others. Mentors and reviews work of other team members (i.e. marketing/social media and proposal writing staff). If interested, please send cover letter and resume to Kim Browning, Executive Vice President at kbrowning@cognisight.com.

 

NY1167467 Shipping/Receiving Clerk
Jeffrey Ellis Carl Cabinetmakers, Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

Summary: Performs a variety of shipping and receiving tasks. Verifies materials received are as ordered and routes incoming items to appropriate departments/locations. Prepares items for shipment. Manages inventory levels of Stock materials and maintains an orderly Stock room. Duties and Responsibilities: Prepares shipments for postal or commercial conveyance; determines most economical and efficient shipping method; selects appropriate shipping container; packs items to ensure safe delivery. Checks items to be shipped against work orders to ascertain that quantities, destination, and routing are correct. Receives and unloads incoming materials and compares information on packing slip with purchase order to verify accuracy of shipment; may process return shipments from customers. Sorts, counts, packages, labels, insures, unpacks, and/or logs inventory which is shipped or received. Inspects shipments for damages or defects; records discrepancies or damages and notifies supervisor and/or purchasing personnel. Delivers items to requisitioning departments and obtains authorized signatures for accepted items. May maintain department database, prepare routine reports, and file shipping/receiving records. May operate dolly, pallet jack, and/or forklift in loading and unloading supplies and equipment; may operate shrink wrap machine; may operate company vehicle to deliver shipments; may assist in routine maintenance of equipment and shipping area. Follows established departmental policies, procedures, and objectives, continuous quality improvement objectives, and safety standards. Performs miscellaneous job-related duties as assigned. Minimum Job Requirements. High school diploma or GED; at least 1 year of experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required. Ability to maintain quality and safety standards. Ability to read and write. Records maintenance skills. Ability to receive, track, and distribute materials, supplies, and equipment. Knowledge of light equipment operation and/or maintenance. Ability to prepare routine administrative paperwork. Ability to read, sort, check, count, and verify numbers. Ability to lift and manipulate heavy objects. Ability to perform simple arithmetic. Ability to detect problems and report information to appropriate personnel. Ability to receive, stock, and/or deliver goods. Knowledge of postal or commercial shipping methods and procedures. Distinguishing Characteristics: Position requires: a) verifying accuracy of shipments and ensuring items are sent in the most cost effective manner; b) tracing lost shipments and/or customer claims of lost shipments and c) maintaining an orderly stock room and receiving department. Conditions of Employment: Must submit to random drug tests. Working Conditions and Physical Effort: Moderate physical activity. Requires handling or assist in handling medium to heavy objects, standing and/or walking for more than 4 hours/day. Work environment involves minimal exposure to physical risks, such as operating dangerous equipment or working with chemicals. Work involves moderate exposure to unusual elements, such as wood dust, fumes, and/or loud noises. To apply: Submit qualified resumes to Donna VanAernum at Donnav@jeccabinetmakers.com

 

NY1165918 Maintenance Technician
Morgan Communities; Location: Rochester, NY

Responsibilities: Effectively handle resident service requests and work orders, correcting the situation within 24 hours when possible. Ensure all make-ready repairs and services are completed correctly and on schedule. Maintain awareness of the physical condition of the property and immediately correct unsafe conditions. Ensure property is clean and presentable. Maintain accurate records regarding preventative maintenance, service requests (received and completed), expenditures, apartment make-ready status, work-in-progress, etc. Must be knowledgeable of inventory levels of spare parts and supplies. Inform supervisor when shortages occur and provide details. Maintain effective internal control over operational activities in compliance with best practice policy and guidelines. Physical Requirements: Required to be on feet (66% to 100% of the time). Must be physically able to perform some snow removal as needed.        Regularly required to perform the following activities: Bend/Stoop/Squat: Perform routine maintenance and repairs; pick up tools, equipment and materials. Climb Stairs: Service requests and make ready needs for 2nd and 3rd floor apartments. Climb Ladders: Perform routine maintenance/repairs both indoors and outside. Grasp/Grip/Turning: Handle tools and equipment, perform routine maintenance/repairs. Finger Dexterity: Handle tools and equipment, perform routine maintenance/repairs. Reach Above Shoulders: Perform routine maintenance/repairs, stock shelves, remove equipment and parts. Writing: Inventory control, requisition requests, maintenance reports and work orders. Lifting/Carrying (supplies, replacement parts, ladders, etc.). Over 150 lbs.: Rarely needed (less than 1% of the time). 75 lbs. – 100 lbs.: Occasional need (1% to 33% of the time). 25 lbs. – 75 lbs.: Frequently needed (33% to 66% of the time). 1 – 25 lbs.: Constant need (66% to 100% of the time). Note: Lifting and carrying of weights exceeding 50 lbs. is accomplished with assistance from one or more persons. Examples of heavy items include: washers/dryers, refrigerators, A/C units, furniture, etc. Qualifications: Previous experience related to plumbing, electrical, HVAC, carpentry and locksmithing, painting, must have drywall experience with repair and snow removal. Prefer CPO and CFC Certifications. Customer Service and attention to detail. Good written and verbal communication skills. Must be available to handle on-call emergency services after hours, on an as needed basis. Reliable transportation to work and for on call hours. Valid Drivers’ license. To apply: Jennifer.Stiffler@MorganCommunities.com.

 

NY1163136 Co-Manager Trainee
Speedway; Location: Rochester, NY

Serves as a trainee for a specific duration with the intention to prepare for service as a Co-Manager; learns essential aspects of the Co-Manager job and demonstrates successful completion prior to being promoted; learns how to serve as the leader and to oversee the retail operation of a specific store, in conjunction with the General Manager; and learns how to help ensure that the store operates efficiently and in compliance with applicable Federal, State and local laws and Company policies. Responsibilities: (The following are to be learned and practiced during the training period). Provides customer service leadership/direction, in conjunction with the General Manager, for entire store and team of employees working in that location. Monitors store activities to ensure that transactions are taking place in the proper manner, in order to provide maximum customer service. Demonstrates customer service as a priority; handles escalated customer concerns and emergencies in absence of the General Manager. Seeks appropriate resolution for the situation while observing Company guidelines and ensuring customer satisfaction. Trains, schedules and coaches employees to ensure store positions are staffed to appropriately handle Customer Service needs. Ensures customer service is a priority by scheduling staff consistent with customer activity. Adheres to and trains employees on Local, State and Federal regulations and ensures the sale of age restricted products are prohibited to individuals under the minimum age requirement. Helps ensure that employees follow all Company policies as detailed in the Operations Manual, and in compliance with Federal, State and local laws; including taking steps to ensure compliance with uniform, personal appearance, and customer service standards. Works in tandem with the Shift Leaders and General Manager to ensure Management/leadership is available to customers and employees at all times. Provides support to store as needed, often beyond regularly scheduled work times. If not available, ensures that a reliable back up has been provided. Assists in identifying qualified applicants, performing interviews as needed, and making employment decisions including but not limited to hiring, evaluating, scheduling, training and disciplining as needed. Ensures applications and staffing forecasts are forwarded to recruiting centers when applicable. Promotes an environment focused on customer service, satisfaction and store cleanliness. Maintains high staff retention by helping to develop leaders, empower employees and encourage increased employee productivity. Helps perform and supervise all minor maintenance tasks in order to eliminate inconvenience to the customer; Supports procedures for additional repairs, and maintains work orders.  Responds quickly to all emergencies for the safety and security of customers and employees and notifies the appropriate individuals. Assists in implementing all merchandising and marketing programs, which includes maintaining plan-o-gram integrity and appropriate sign placement. Promotes store sales and selling initiatives and encourages the team to strive to reach goals/objectives. Ensures products are in-stock, in date and available for purchase; helps audit inventory on a regular basis and manages on-hand quantities, adding back stock to displays as needed. Demonstrates a high value for Health, Environment, Safety and Security (HES) issues, initiatives and programs in both personal and organizational responsibilities. Integrates HES into day-to-day job performance. Maintains a safe environment for all customers and employees. Ensures that employees are properly trained to order merchandise and products. Conducts area pricing surveys, at the request of the General Manager, reports the results and adjusts sales prices as directed. Follows and complies with all health and sanitation procedures and adheres to safe work practices. Ensures that all necessary store reports and paperwork are completed accurately and in a timely fashion. Completes other duties as assigned by management. Education Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent. Experience Requirements: Previous supervisory experience preferred. Retail experience a plus. Completion of required training program. Skill Requirements: Experience with Word, Excel, and other MS Office suite applications. Excellent communication skills and the ability to research and resolve issues. Good understanding of intra-department functions, store operations and corporate business plans. Knowledge of retail business management practices. Knowledge of all types of store transactions and related programs. Knowledge of ways to handle customer and employee injuries, incidents and accidents. Ability to perform repeated bending, standing, and reaching. Ability to occasionally lift up to 50 pounds. Additional Requirements:  Available to work a variety of shifts and/or days of the week consistent with the demands of the retail environment which includes weekends, evenings and other high activity periods. Must have a valid Driver’s License from the state in which Manager resides. Must maintain automotive liability insurance during course of employment. Must use personal vehicle to conduct area pricing surveys. Preferred Managerial Attributes: Exhibits strong leadership qualities and a desire to succeed. Serves as coach to employees by modeling appropriate workplace behavior. Interacts positively with employees by seeking input and providing appropriate feedback. Seeks opportunities for employees to develop skills. Identifies and attracts outgoing, customer focused individuals to build a customer driven workforce. Understands, actively demonstrates and promotes the principles of the customer service initiatives. Creates excitement around Company initiatives in order to drive sales goals. Empowers employees to make non-personnel related decisions in absence of immediate Manager. Fosters a work environment where good performance is recognized and rewarded. Demonstrates the required competencies needed to become a General Manager, and is willing and available to be promoted to any available location in the market area. To apply: www.speedway.com

 

NY1163132 Customer Service Representative
Speedway; Location: Rochester, NY

Specializes in providing outstanding service to customers while running a register and working on the sales floor; ensures that items meet the required stock levels and presentation standards; and that cleanliness and safety standards are met or exceeded. Greets customers in a friendly manner and suggestively sells products to help increase sales. Makes effort to ensure that customers leave with a good impression of the Company and are likely to return. Responsibilities: Provides positive, personalized customer service by greeting each customer in a friendly manner, assisting with purchases, suggestively selling and making sure products are available for purchase. Runs a Point of Sale (POS) and monitors customer lines in order to expedite the sale process; interrupts all other activity when customer service is needed. Maintains knowledge of products and services offered by the Company and knows how to complete associated transactions. Adheres to Local, State and Federal regulations and prohibits the sale of age restricted products to individuals under the minimum age requirement. Takes an active role in promoting programs introduced by the Company; ensures established standards are adhered to. Listens and responds to customer requests, follows immediate customer satisfaction guidelines to resolve customer concerns and forwards information to management as needed. Cleans and maintains the store area including, but not limited to, cleaning counters, equipment, floors, cabinets and external areas. Performs light maintenance duties as assigned. Helps ensure equipment is operating correctly. Communicates to management when maintenance is needed. Learns and follows applicable policies and procedures including, but not limited to, grooming, cleanliness, uniform policy, eating, drinking and smoking policy and overall professional appearance, as is outlined in the Company Operations Manual. Integrates HES into daily job performance and assists in maintaining a safe environment for customers, employees and self. Follows and complies with all health and sanitation procedures and adheres to safe work practices. Helps ensure proper stock levels, dating and rotation of all food products and supplies. Attends company required training programs; Assists in training fellow store associates on existing and new training programs as needed. Provides suggestions for and actively participates in improving sales, margins and execution of Merchandising/Marketing programs. Reports all time worked, on or off site, for appropriate compensation. Completes other duties as assigned by Management. Education Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent. Experience Requirements:  Customer Service experience preferred. Skill Requirements: Basic computer skills. Good verbal and written communication skills. Understanding of store functions and operations. Ability to work as a member of a team. Ability to model proper workplace behavior, including being respectful, honest and fair. Ability to perform repeated bending, standing, and reaching. Ability to occasionally lift up to 50 pounds. Note: Not authorized to drive for Company business. To apply: www.speedway.com

 

NY1163125 Shift Leader Trainee
Speedway; Location: Rochester, NY

Serves as a trainee for a specific duration with the intention to prepare for service as a Shift Leader; learns essential aspects of the Shift Leader job and demonstrates successful completion prior to being promoted; learns how to serve as the leader and to oversee the retail operations during a designated shift; and learns how to help ensure that the store operates efficiently and in compliance with applicable Federal, State and local laws and Company policies. Responsibilities: (The following are to be learned and practiced during the training period). Provides customer service leadership/direction for a designated shift and the team of employees working in that location. Assists in training and coaching employees, helping to ensure that store positions are staffed to appropriately handle Customer Service needs. Runs/Oversees the Point of Sale when a customer completes a purchase. Fosters an environment focused on customer service and satisfaction. Helps to ensure that employees follow all Company policies as detailed in the Operations Manual, and in compliance with Federal, State and local laws. Works in tandem with Shift Leaders and/or Co-Manager to ensure Management/leadership is available to customers and employees at all times. Provides needed assistance in all aspects of store and food operations and holds a key leadership role when the General Manager, Co-Manager or Shift Leader is not on duty. Helps ensure that all required reports and paperwork, including but not limited to the Exceptional Customer Experience (ECE) worksheet, are completed in a timely fashion. Handles escalated customer concerns and emergencies in absence of the General Manager. Seeks appropriate resolution for the situation while observing Company guidelines. Adheres to, and trains employees to follow proper money handling policies and procedures. Helps ensure all merchandising and marketing programs are executed properly. Assists in auditing inventory on a regular basis and helps manage on-hand quantities, adding back stock to displays as needed. Demonstrates a high value for Health, Environment, Safety and Security (HES) issues, initiatives and programs in both personal and organizational responsibilities. Integrates HES into day-to-day job performance. Maintains a safe environment for all customers and employees. Promotes and maintains a clean and organized store appearance inside and out. Orders products, verifies deliveries and posts accurate invoices as directed by General Manager. Learns how to conduct area pricing surveys and reports the results. Learns how to conduct banking duties. Follows and complies with all health and sanitation procedures and adheres to safe work practices. Completes other duties, including special projects, as assigned by management. Education Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent. Experience Requirements: Retail experience preferred. Completion of required training program. Skill Requirements: Excellent communication skills and the ability to research and resolve issues. Good understanding of intra-department functions and store operations. Knowledge of all types of store transactions and related programs. Ability to work as a member of a team. Ability to perform repeated bending, standing, and reaching. Ability to occasionally lift up to 50 pounds. Additional Requirements: Available to work a variety of shifts and/or days of the week consistent with the demands of the retail environment which includes weekends, evenings and other high activity periods. Must have a valid Driver License from the state in which Shift Leader Trainee resides. Must maintain automotive liability insurance during course of employment. Must use personal vehicle to conduct area pricing surveys. Preferred Managerial Attributes: Exhibits strong leadership qualities and a desire to succeed. Serves as a mentor to employees by modeling appropriate workplace behavior. Understands, actively demonstrates and promotes the principles of the customer service initiatives. Creates excitement around Company initiatives in order to drive sales goals. To apply: www.speedway.com

 

NY1167244 Home Health Care Manager
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Webster, NY

RESPONSIBILITIES: Finds, engages and enrolls clients in GRHHN health home program per CMS and NYSDOH regulations and GRHHN procedures. Completes assessment of needs, strengths and goals.   Provides assistance with housing, transportation, food, clothing, and other barriers to optimum health.  Drafts and communicates suggested plan of care and discusses at Care/Service Team.  Reviews and revises a comprehensive plan of care with the client to meet needs in collaboration with the service team/providers. Implements client approved plan of care with Service Team. Provides comprehensive care management including self-management support, health promotion, connection/referrals to providers, community based organizations, social supports, transitions of care, and crisis support with the goal of decreasing barriers to attending appointments and following the plan of care. Provides care coordination with Primary/Specialty Medical care, acute and outpatient medical, mental health, substance abuse services, and other care managers involved in supporting the client. Provides comprehensive transitional care involving coordination of care and services following critical events such as emergency department use, hospital inpatient admission and discharge. Provides crisis intervention addressing events such as emergency department visits or inpatient or other crisis events to assure interventions are effective and necessary modifications to plan of care are made. Provides family and caregiver support. Ensures language access/translation capability. Modifies goals and Care Team membership as appropriate to meet client needs. Shares information between team members and care providers. Coordinates client care team meetings. Documents activities and their effectiveness in shared care management software tool. Documents elements necessary for quality improvement and to meet reporting requirements. Participates in the recruitment and training of additional care managers and community outreach workers as program volume grows. Participates in the intake process for member assignment from GRHHN to provide health home services. Participates in obtaining and reporting the CMS and NYSDOH requirements. Participates in implementation of health IT functionalities and applications as required by the health home. Participates in on call for 24 hour 7 days a week telephone access to a care manager particularly after hours. Other duties as assigned by supervisor. QUALIFICATIONS: NYS Licensed Healthcare Professional --- RN or SW preferred, otherwise a Bachelor's degree with a minimum of three years of experience with care management of similar populations as health home. Minimum of 3 years of relevant clinical experience with the Health Home's target population. A combination of chronic care management, substance abuse, mental health and community experience highly desirable. To apply view additional details available at www.vnsnet.com

 

NY1167237 Director of Patient Financial Services
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Webster, NY

FUNCTION: Plans, directs and evaluates the Patient Financial Services department of VNS of Rochester.  Is responsible and accountable for timely claims submission, accounts receivable follow-up, and cash application. RESPONSIBILITIES: Plans, directs and evaluates the management of timely and accurate preparation and submissions of all the Agency's programs claims to appropriate pay sources in order to ensure consistent cash flow. Plans, directs and evaluates the management of timely and successful follow-up of all outstanding account balances. Oversees and is accountable for an established closing schedule and all other established guideline/policies and procedures to facilitate billing timeliness.       Plans, directs and evaluates the utilization of accounts receivable reports to monitor account balances and establish priorities for collection activities. Plans, directs and evaluates posting and reconciliation of third party payments received. Ensures the maintenance of appropriate billing records to meet legal and regulatory requirements. Analyzes and approves applications for Charity Care and Reduced Rate Agreements. Prepares and analyzes statistical reports, forwards to executive management as directed.       Reviews and analyzes, researches, implements and monitors regulation and contract changes that affect the agency billing system and billing/reimbursement procedures and coordinate with vendor and the ITNS department as required. Acts as a liaison with all pay sources. Effectively represents PFS in both external and internal financial and compliance audits. Maintains a working knowledge of the Agency's computer systems; acts as liaison with the software vendor and communicates updates/revisions to appropriate staff. Plans directs and evaluates training the appropriate staff on new software/hardware features, reviews staff understanding/working knowledge of changes. Develops and revises PFS policies and procedures. Ensures that efficient systems, procedures and controls are established for all PFS operations. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in business or related field preferred. Five years supervisory experience and five years medical billing management experience. Excellent interpersonal skills. Excellent oral and written communications skills. Excellent organizational and analytical skills.      Positive customer relations skills and the ability to work effectively as a member of interactive teams. Experience working with PC based software programs. Experience with management of computerized billing systems. Knowledge of rules and regulations governing third party payers. Knowledge of general accounting principles. To apply online go to: http://www.vnsnet.com

 

NY1167247 Paraprofessional Trainer
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Webster, NY

RESPONSIBILITIES: Participate in planning and implementation of the Home Health Assistant (HHA) training programs. Works closely with the Paraprofessional Trainer. Deliver state-of-the-art HHA instruction for three full core evening training classes and three evening transition classes. Administer and summarize results of evaluations of HHA training program content, materials, instruction and methods. Demonstrate continuous improvement of educational activities to accommodate diverse adult learning needs of HHA participants. Assist in the day and evening in-services as needed especially for mobility and safety training. Assist in day transition classes as needed. Assist with community clinical practicum experience for trainees as needed. Assists with NEO orientation on body mechanics as needed. Responsible for the Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) established by their manager.  Coordinates with Paraprofessional Trainer to insure the timely requisition and receipt of supplies and equipment needed for the trainee classes. QUALIFICATIONS: Completion of an accredited Registered Professional Nursing Program.  A current New York State License in good standing.  Bachelors in Nursing preferred. Two years’ experience as a Registered Professional Nurse, including at least one year of which is the provision of home health care services in a certified, licensed or hospice approved agency. Excellent group presentation skills.  Training experience preferred. Comfortable working with candidates from diverse socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. Ability to problem solve, make decisions and work independently with minimal supervision. Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Dedicated to excellence and customer satisfaction. Proficient in WORD, PowerPoint and Excel is strongly preferred. Must be able to work both day/evening hours as needed. To apply: http://www.vnsnet.com

 

NY1167116 FLCI Respite Coordinator
Lifespan of Greater Rochester, Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

SUMMARY: Provides coordination of Finger Lakes Caregiver Institute Caregiver Respite Program which helps family caregivers receive information, respite, education & training services. Conducts intake with caregivers and determines Respite program eligibility. Works with volunteer coordinator and case managers to match and place volunteers. Assists on occasion with in home assessments and volunteer supervision. Services are provided throughout a 10 county region, including Chemung, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne and Yates counties with a primary focus in Year 1 on Wayne and Ontario counties. Program: Conducts intakes with all potential caregivers/caregiver families. Works with Volunteer Coordinator and case managers to make appropriate placements. Assists with volunteer respite orientation sessions. On-going collaboration with Alzheimer's Association Respite Coordinator to determine best and most expedient respite based on a family's/caregiver's needs. Outreach: Arrange and conduct community presentations for visibility of FLCI Caregiver Respite program and recruitment of volunteers and caregivers. Conducts outreach to community groups, faith communities, and volunteer organizations. General Administration: General office management. Database/Excel management of FLCI Caregiver Respite Program. Prepares report as requested by the Director for the Department of Health as needed. Other duties as assigned by supervisor. QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Human Services or related field. Experience: A minimum of two years working with caregivers. Must have knowledge of caregiver issues and community resources. Knowledge of and experience working with people who have Alzheimer's Disease/dementia a plus. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Ability to travel by car. Must have reliable transportation and valid driver's license. Basic computer skills: Word, Outlook with ability in Excel required. Basic knowledge of principles of human services research. Ability to perform work at a desk or at a personal computer station. Some standing during group presentations and professional trainings. Excellent verbal, written and communication skills are required. Interface with all levels of personnel and with staff from other organizations. Ability to maintain composure under deadlines. Ability to work in multi-cultural situations. To apply: Please submit cover letter and resume by 4/29/2016 to: smacdonald@lifespan-roch.org. Please list FLCI Respite Coordinator in subject line of email Resumes must be received by 4/29/2016 to be considered. Due to the high volume of resumes we receive, no phone calls please.

 

NY1167115 Volunteer Coordinator
Lifespan of Greater Rochester, Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

SUMMARY: Responsible for the recruitment, volunteer orientation, training and recognition of volunteers for the Finger Lakes Caregiver Institute Programs, with primary focus on the Caregiver Respite Program in Chemung, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne and Yates counties. Maintains volunteer records and manages volunteer database. Works closely with the Respite Coordinator and case manager in matching the volunteer with the identified care receiver. Provides supervision and support to the FLCI volunteers. Provides reports as requested by director for Department of Health. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Arrange and conduct community presentations for visibility of FLCI volunteer programs and recruitment of volunteers. Conducts outreach to community groups, faith communities, and volunteer organizations. Maintain acceptable level of active volunteers for program. Meet, screen and orient individual volunteer applicants. Conduct and schedule volunteer orientation and training. Provides ongoing support for volunteers, including counseling, periodic check-ins and answering questions. Interacts with representatives the 10 county Offices for the Aging, RSVP programs, and Caregiver Resource Centers. Gather and maintain data and files regarding volunteers and care receivers, and program files. Utilizes excel database. With support, processes volunteer hours and mileage, including data entry. Provides reports as required - both computerized and manual. Coordinates volunteer recognition program for FLCI volunteers. Assists in preparation of newsletters and other outreach to volunteers and partners. Assists in ongoing program and volunteer surveys. Assists with in-home assessments for caregiver respite cases as needed. Works closely with Monroe County Caregiver Respite program volunteer coordinator.  Maintains up to date professional knowledge of the geriatric field, with special focus on Alzheimer's disease and Dementia. Other duties as assigned by supervisor. QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION: Associates Degree, BS or BA or equivalent combination of education and experience. EXPERIENCE: Knowledge of community resources and experience working in volunteerism helpful. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to multi-task in a busy environment with attention to detail; A portion of the work is performed at a desk or at a personal computer station; Strong interpersonal skills necessary; Excellent verbal, written and telephone communication skills required; Some standing during group presentations and professional trainings; Computer skills (MS Office). Database and Excel experience preferred; Ability to work in multi-cultural situations; Ability to travel by car. Must have reliable transportation and valid driver's license; Ability to work independently. To apply: Please submit cover letter and resume by 4/29/2016 to: smacdonald@lifespan-roch.org please list FLCI Volunteer Coordinator in subject line of email Resumes must be received by 4/29/2016 to be considered. Due to the high volume of resumes we receive, no phone calls please.

 

NY1167111 FLCI Wellness Coordinator
Lifespan of Greater Rochester, Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

SUMMARY: Provides coordination of Lifespan's funded evidence-based programs, i.e., A Matter of Balance (MOB) and Chronic Disease Self Care Education (Living Healthy and Diabetes Plus). Key implementer for the Falls Prevention Collaborative with University of Rochester Medical Center Primary Care practices. Collaborates with project partners in operating the project. DUTIES AND REPSONSIBILITIES: Participates in project planning and implementation with Lifespan administration and project partners. Organizes A Matter of Balance and Living Healthy courses; schedules participants in classes. Recruits coaches and peer leaders, provides training and quarterly meetings for both groups. Develop system and implement monitoring for fidelity among all evidence-based programs. Maintains public schedule of courses on Lifespan's website through Google Calendar. Utilizes PeerPlace for receipt of referrals via Eldersource/NY Connects, maintains MOB participant data in PeerPlace for Monroe County and submits information packets to QTAC for Living Healthy. Oversees project data collection; prepares periodic reports. Participate in professional development to enhance knowledge of falls prevention research and strategies as well as other evidence based programs. Supervise and coordinate efforts of other project staff. Develops and delivers brief presentations for site and participant recruitment. Purchases program supplies (snacks, newsprint pads, markers, certificates, etc.) and maintains inventory of program materials (participant handbooks, brochures, etc.). Organizes and facilitates Falls Prevention Awareness Day. Other duties as assigned by supervisor. QUALIFICATIONS: Education: Bachelors in Community Health, Health Education and/or Health Promotion. Master's in Public Health desired. Experience: Two years of experience working in community health, human services, including experience working with older adult groups. Experience facilitating and leading groups in a learning environment. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Current, valid NYS driver’s license. Basic computer skills: Word, Outlook with ability in Excel and Access preferred. Basic knowledge of principles of human services research. Ability to perform work at a desk or at a personal computer station. Excellent verbal, written and communication skills are required. Interface with all levels of personnel and with staff from other organizations. Ability to maintain composure under deadlines. Ability to work in multi-cultural situations. Please submit cover letter and resume (by 4-29-16) to: smacdonald@lifespan-roch.org. Lifespan is an equal opportunity employer and, as such, affirms in policy and practice to recruit, hire, train, and promote, in all job classifications, without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, citizenship, sex, age, veteran status, disability, genetic information, gender expression or any other protected characteristic. Lifespan will not discriminate against persons because of their disability, including disabled veterans, and will make reasonable accommodations for known physical and mental limitations of qualified employees and applicants with disabilities.

 

NY1167103 Program Assistant
Lifespan of Greater Rochester, Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

SUMMARY: Assist Program Director and FLCI Caregiver Respite program team with the daily tasks of the Finger Lakes Caregiver Institute programs by providing computer and clerical support. Maintain a pivotal role in data entry, data management and reporting. Maintain a continual knowledge of the program by attending team meetings, in-services and appropriate workshops. Assist with all aspects of Caregiver Respite. Program orientation and trainings and volunteer recognition events. Responsible for FLCI Intake calls. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Maintain and update all computer data for the projects in Excel and other applicable software or databases. Produce data extract reports as needed. Ensure all reports are accurate and timely. Answer FLCI dedicated phone line and triage as appropriate. Complete satisfaction surveys and conduct follow-up calls to consumers as needed. Review, record and report all volunteer hours following the outlined procedure by the Volunteer Coordinator; file documents in their appropriate location. Assist with the planning and implementation of special events for Finger Lakes Caregiver Institute. Assist with Volunteer on-boarding and training as needed. Perform general office duties as assigned (i.e. reports, letters, copying, mailings,). Assist with implementing new initiatives. QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION: Associates' Degree in business or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience. EXPERIENCE: Two years' experience in MS office including expertise in Excel. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Majority of work is performed at a desk or personal computer station. Ability to maintain composure under strict deadlines. Excellent verbal, listening, written and telephone skills necessary. Strong computer skills. Must be able to multi-task in a busy environment. Ability to work in multi-cultural situations. To apply: Please submit cover letter and resume by 4/29/2016 to: smacdonald@lifespan-roch.org . Please list FLCI Program Assistant in subject line of email Resumes must be received by 4/29/2016 to be considered. Due to the high volume of resumes we receive, no phone calls please.

 

NY1167095 Care Manager (part time)
Lifespan of Greater Rochester, Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

Assesses individuals/families requiring non-medical caregiving services and works with the Volunteer and Respite Coordinators to assist with volunteer placement. Service area includes Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Interview and assess clients with non-medical needs, such as friendly visits, transportation, shopping/errands, light housekeeping, meal preparation and respite care. Maintains efficient documentation of client assessment and referrals.  Assists with volunteer orientation & training. Maintains pertinent files and information regarding the clients' home situations. Counsels client and family in the volunteer services provided by FLCI CRP.  Refers clients to FLCI Care Managers, community resources and other agencies if more extensive services are required by the client. Provides the Director with supporting volunteer records and reports as required. Provides on-going in service training and assistance to volunteers as required. Follow up with client to determine quantity and quality of service provided. Counsels volunteers individually and in groups how to deal with emergencies. QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION: Bachelor's Degree in Human Services, Social Work, Health Care or related field or equivalent combination of education and experience. EXPERIENCE: Two years working with older adults and/or caregivers. Experience in working with people who have Alzheimer's Disease or dementia a plus. Bi-lingual Spanish preferred. PHYSICAL AND MENTAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to multi-task in a busy environment with attention to detail. A portion of the work is performed at a desk or at a personal computer station. Strong interpersonal skills necessary. Excellent verbal, written and telephone communication skills required.  Some standing during group presentations and professional trainings. Computer skills (MS Office). Database and Excel experience preferred. Ability to work in multi-cultural situations. Ability to travel by car. Must have reliable transportation and valid driver's license. Ability to work independently. Effective resolution skills for problem issues. To apply: Please submit cover letter and resume by 4/29/2016 to: smacdonald@lifespan-roch.org  Please list Case Manager Northern Tier in subject line of email Resumes must be received by 4/29/2016 to be considered. Due to the high volume of resumes we receive, no phone calls please.

 

XXXXXX Security Officer
Securitas; Location: Rochester, NY

Join the NUMBER ONE Provider of Security Services in the United States! We are currently seeking honest, ethical, and professional candidates for Security Officer positions throughout the city of Rochester and surrounding areas. Minimum Requirements: Must be at least age 18 (21 for some assignments). Must have a reliable means of communication. Must have a reliable means of transportation (private or public). Must have the legal right to work in the United States. Must have the ability to effectively speak, read, and write English. Must have a High School Diploma or GED. Must be able to successfully pass a drug screen. Apply online at http://apply.securitasjobs.com or in person at our Rochester office between 8:30am and 5:00pm Monday - Friday! Securitas Security Services USA, Inc., 1080 University Ave., Building 4, Rochester, NY. http://apply.securitasjobs.com Phone: 585.429.6767.

 

XXXXXX Sr. Analyst, IT Security
MVP Health Care; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: Ensures proper security measures and controls are in place to maintain integrity of core business applications and systems. Provides leadership and guidance to department staff for purposes of ensuring proper information security controls and mechanisms are implemented within MVP’s information systems and oversight of third parties with whom MVP shares sensitive information. Organizes, tracks, and leads team efforts surrounding configuration and maintenance of security applications, which include identity management and access recertification, security event and information management (SEIM), intrusion detection, vulnerability scanning, and other security monitoring applications. Leads coordination efforts with third party software vendors for support and/or upgrade issues pertaining to security applications. Directs team efforts to further extend capabilities and automation associated with security application functionality to enhance IT General Controls activity and compliance efforts. Assists team in creation and development of technical and functional processes to support information security control activities and objectives. Responsible for developing, implementing, and updating information security assessment framework. Plans and executes security assessments of core applications and IT systems to identify potential risks, evaluate internal controls, and ensure information security requirements are upheld. Oversees team activities related to monitoring information systems to ensure appropriate information access levels and authorizations are maintained. Provides direction and coordinates configuration of thresholds and correlations within security event and information management system to provide proper alerting. Maintains and oversees implementation of technology to monitor systems and applications within IT infrastructure. Oversees and provides direction on team activities related to review of information system logs. Leads team activities related to security incident response activity. Defines security requirements to be included as part of business application and technology implementations. Oversees investigation of potential security issues and documentation of findings as part of security incident reporting requirements. Assists in recognizing and identifying areas where security policies and procedures require change or new ones need development. Oversees vulnerability assessments and tracking of remediation status of identified vulnerabilities. Conducts research on emerging products, services, protocols and standards in support of security enhancement/development efforts. Performs other duties as assigned. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science/Information Systems or equivalent amount of education and experience. Minimum Experience: 5+ years of experience in IT security arena. Significant hands-on experience administering security monitoring applications. Hands-on experience with security event and information management (SEIM) system. Professional certifications (CISSP, SANS GIAC, CCSP, CISM, etc.) strongly preferred. Experience performing security audits and risk assessments preferred. Required Skills: Broad knowledge of firewalls, intrusion detection systems, anti-virus software, data encryption and industry-standard techniques and practices. In-depth technical knowledge of network, PC, and platform operating systems (Windows, Unix/Linux, Cisco IOS, etc.). Strong understanding of TCP/IP and networking/system vulnerabilities. Strong analytical/problem solving skills. Reporting skills essential. Able to conduct research into security issues and products. Strong organizational skills with excellent attention to detail. Strong interpersonal and oral communication skills. Highly self-motivated and directed. Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment. Strong knowledge of identity and access management principles and role based access control models. Preferred Skills:  Knowledge of Sailpoint, QRadar, and Qualys desired. Knowledge of applicable practices and laws relating to data privacy and protection a plus. In order to be considered for this position, please visit http://www.mvphealthcare.com/careers  MVP Health Care is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran 

 

XXXXXX Technician, Desktop Support
MVP Health Care; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: Installs desktop hardware and software and performs routine equipment maintenance. Works closely with users to troubleshoot and resolve software/hardware problems. Logs all incidents and troubleshooting details in Remedy. Maintains desktop asset records and assists with the equipment procurement process. Participates in planning and implementation of desktop PC upgrades and related corporate projects. Maintains the company’s PC images, antivirus system, software update system, and related activities. Assists in developing new policies and procedures related to managing MVP’s desktop environment. Writes procedural documentation and trains other technical support staff and users. Interacts with networking, telecom, production support, and staff from other IT groups in resolving complex technical issues. Submits regular status reports to management. Occasional travel to MVP regional offices is required. Performs other related duties as assigned. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education: AA/AS or BA/BS in a technical discipline, Computer Science preferred. IT certification, such as A+ or Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician, strongly preferred.  Minimum Experience: Minimum of three years’ experience deploying and maintaining PC’s, printers, peripherals and desktop software in an enterprise environment. Required Skills: Proven ability to support users with both routine and advanced technical issues in a Windows 2000 / Windows XP / HP / Citrix environment required. Experience with Remedy or a similar trouble ticketing application. Ability to actively participate in corporate projects and ensure that desktop technical components are handled effectively. Ability to create and update technical documents and train users; experience with Microsoft Word and Excel, Outlook required. Demonstrated ability to work effectively with minimal direct supervision. Should have a passion for change management as well as documentation. In order to be considered for this position, please visit http://www.mvphealthcare.com/careers   MVP Health Care is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran 

 

XXXXXX Specialist, Pharmacy
MVP Health Care; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: The Pharmacy Specialist will help licensed pharmacists take care of many of the daily operations of the pharmacy department. Including, but not limited: Calling Providers, members, and pharmacies. Providing drug-related information to Customer Care Center and other internal departments. Managing incoming faxes requesting drug coverage; Determining eligibility and pre-authorization necessity, obtaining additional information and initiating cases for review when appropriate. Preparing cases for review by Pharmacists. Ensuring proper verbal/written notification is made to Providers and Members for cases. Performs copying, filing, faxing and other clerical duties as needed by the department. Performs special projects and other duties and be cross-trained in selected functions as assigned by the supervisors. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education: AAS degree preferred or equivalent combination of education and experience required. Completion of Pharmacy Technician course preferred. Minimum Experience: 1-2 years relevant insurance, medical or healthcare experience involving prescription medication services and customer service experience. Required Skills:  Strong written and verbal communication skills; Basic MS Excel and MS Word skills; Excellent customer service skills and ability to deal with stressful calls in a calm and diplomatic manner; Familiarity with healthcare benefits, pharmacy and medical terminology; Previous experience requiring strict adherence to confidentiality; Superior attention to detail and time management skills; Ability to sit at workstation for long periods of time in front of computer. In order to be considered for this position, please visit https://www.mvphealthcare.com/careers. MVP Health Care is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran 

 

XXXXXX Clinical Pharmacist
MVP Health Care; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: This individual will perform and be cross-trained in selected departmental job functions as assigned. These include, but are not limited to; Coordinating pharmacy profiling activities with internal customers; Coordinating pharmacy project implementations; Evaluating and identifying aberrant prescribing patterns from prescription and medical claims data, with potential physician consultation; Preparing P+T committee presentation materials as needed; Preparing reports; Meeting with providers and provider groups; Presenting pharmacy reports to customers; creating and distributing physician and member educational materials; Supporting the QI pharmacy and BHC initiatives, as well as disease state management functions of the pharmacy department; Reviewing Requests for Coverage determining prior authorization requests, with appropriate notification to physician, member, and vendor. Additional responsibilities include supplying drug related and benefit information to member services, provider relations, utilization management and medical directors. Performs special projects and other duties as assigned. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education: BS degree in Pharmacy or Pharm. D. Minimum Experience:  Minimum of 2 years in a non-dispensing, managed care pharmacy. Minimum of 2 years in a health care environment, managed care pharmacy preferred. Work experience in health care/health insurance or a statistical area required. Required Skills: PC literate; familiarity with downloading; word processing, database, and spreadsheet (Excel) skills required.  Ability to work well in a team environment with internal and external staff, practitioners and members. Exceptional organizational and strong written and verbal communication skills required. Superior attention to detail and strong project management skills required. In order to be considered for this position, please visit www.mvphealthcare.com/careers. MVP Health Care is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran  

 

XXXXXX Clinical Account Manager
MVP Health Care; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: Primary responsibility is to work on a consultative basis with employer group accounts in strategizing population health management (PHM) initiatives. The Clinical Account Manager uses a number of different resources, primarily employer group specific data, to foster and facilitate improved employer/broker group relationships, to support member retention/recruitment, to provide targeted medical trend and employee productivity focused programs.  Frequent travel within MVP service area. Some early mornings/late evenings required. Performs other duties as assigned. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree in a health- related field required. Registered nurse, registered dietitian or nutritionist, health educator, or other certified health care designation such as CHES or CWPM preferred. Master’s degree in public health or health promotion preferred. Minimum Experience: 2 years of experience implementing worksite wellness programs, or equivalent experience in health education and public health planning. Ideal candidate will have experience and strong knowledge of strategic planning related to health promotion including data analysis and evaluation. Required Skills: Demonstrates commitment to serving the customer effectively. Demonstrates ability to maintain composure and professional demeanor in stressful situations when dealing with all levels of customers, members, vendors, and staff. Excellent verbal and written communication skills including the ability to write correspondence, analyses, and reports for external customers. Strong presentation skills and ability to conduct employer presentations and question-and-answer sessions. Demonstrates reliability and flexibility to meet the needs of the team. Strong problem-solving, analytic and organizational skills. Proficient with Windows, Intermediate Word and Intermediate Excel. Ability to exercise discretion and good judgment in all interactions. Ability to work independently and prioritize multiple assignments to meet deadlines. Working knowledge of behavioral change theory and application principles. Valid driver's license and access to a reliable vehicle. Preferred Skills:  Knowledge of MVP products and service area, organization, managed care, other health care insurance and employee benefit products helpful. Experience with databases and information tracking programs preferred. In order to be considered for this position, please visit www.mvphealthcare.com/careers   MVP Health Care is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran 

 

XXXXXX Project Manager, BRM
MVP Health Care; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: Working very closely with MVP’s Account Managers and focused on Business Relationship Management, the Project Manager is accountable for leading and managing successful implementations of large-scale, enterprise-wide corporate and IT projects, driving the realization of the company’s corporate strategic goals through project delivery and execution to meet needs and expectations of MVP customers and business partners. Meets project goals and objectives, delivering projects to a high degree of business value and customer satisfaction. Ensures projects are delivered within required standard constraints: scope/deliverables, schedule, cost, quality, and resources. Adheres to project management methodologies with strong focus on operating in a cost effective and efficient manner. Builds and maintains successful relationships in matrixed environment. Ensures appropriate level of project stakeholder ownership and involvement, and removes barriers to enable successful project implementations. Span of control will include managing several enterprise-wide corporate and IT projects simultaneously. Some overnight travel required. Performs other duties as assigned. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education: Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and related project management experience required. PMP Certification is preferred. Minimum Experience: Minimum 3 years project management experience, successfully leading/managing high-performing teams. Demonstrated success in managing project delivery and execution to a high degree of success and customer satisfaction. Experience with Project / Portfolio Management tools. Strong knowledge and experience in delivering enterprise-wide projects that include major technology components/solutions delivery. Strong knowledge and experience in Systems Development Life Cycle methodologies. Health care / health insurance experience is preferred. Required Skills: Strong knowledge of industry best practices in project management methodologies and process-based project management. Strong project leadership skills, with demonstrated success in leading and executing large complex projects. Strong communication skills, both verbal and written, and an ability to interact with all levels in the organization. Competencies in critical thinking, problem solving, building effective teams, meeting facilitation and conflict management. Ability to work on multiple projects under time constraints. Possesses a strong sense of accountability and urgency in delivering projects and completing assignments. Highly self-motivated and self-directed. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Project. In order to be considered for this position, please visit https://www.mvphealthcare.com/careers . MVP Health Care is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran 

 

XXXXXX Representative, Customer Care Center
MVP Health Care; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Supervisor, Customer Care Center: The Customer Care Center representative addresses member/subscriber/provider inquiries, questions and concerns in all areas including enrollment, claims, benefit interpretation, and referrals/authorizations for medical care. Majority of contact is via telephone, with some in-office contact and written correspondence/e-mail as needed. Position handles a variety of insurance types including HMO, POS, PPO, ASO, Indemnity, NY and VT Exchange plans, Medicare and Medicaid. Customer Care Center representatives need to possess the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and deal with the challenges inherent in a call-center atmosphere. The Customer Care Center Representative will strive to deliver excellent customer service on each call. The Customer Care Center Representative will have individual accessibility and quality goals, and will directly support additional team goals for industry standard benchmarks such as Average Speed of Answer, and Abandonment Rate. The Customer Care Center Representative will work closely with all other MVP departments, especially Operations, Utilization Management and Professional Relations. Effective and positive interpersonal skills are necessary to deliver exceptional customer service with a goal to resolve all inquiries on the initial call from the customer. Performs other duties as assigned. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education: Post high school education (Associates degree, college courses) considered with relevant work experience. High school diploma considered with call-center experience Minimum Experience: Successful customer service experience and relevant office experience. Healthcare, health insurance experience preferred. Call Center experience preferred. Required Skills:  Strong problem solving skills accompanied by effective written and verbal communication skills. Demonstrated excellent customer service skills including superior accountability and follow through. Demonstrated PC skills using Microsoft applications. Preferred Skills: Excellent telephone/communication skills; prior call-center experience. Familiarity with healthcare benefits and/or medical terminology. Strong PC skills. Experience in positions where adherence to strict confidentiality is required. In order to be considered for this position, please visit www.mvphealthcare.com/careers. MVP Health Care is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran 

 

XXXXXX Associate Director, Production Implementation             
MVP Health Care; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: Provides overall management and leadership, including staffing, training, and coaching for the team. Responsible for the resource and work scheduling and planning of the Commercial Product Implementations and Product Database in support of the corporate strategic and operating plan. Leads the development of commercial market strategies relative to product competitiveness and innovation. Provides overall strategic and tactical leadership to MVP’s Commercial product implementation of new products and changes. Develops key business strategies for product operational efficiencies toward admin (cost) savings allowing for the positioning for growth, retention, and new opportunities in the commercial segment by region for MVP Health Care. The emergence of exchanges and significant shifts in market segments requires organizational understanding of risks and opportunities. Role will focus on driving deeper penetration in MVP markets and growing market share, and will work with the management team to determine appropriate segment opportunities based on revenue potential and competitive positioning. Additionally, this position will develop recommendations for product changes that support health care cost management and improved pricing while still improving competitive positioning. Owns the Product Database that produces the federally required Summary of Benefits & Coverage (SBC), Marketing Slicks, Product Benefit Summaries, and the data feeds for the MVP Websites. Responsible for developing market strategies relative to Health Care Reform and ensuring Implementation plans are staffed across all of MVP and scheduled such that all requirements, coding, testing, and production releases meet regulatory (compliance) deadlines. This leader will direct and mentor the Product Implementation staff of the Commercial Product Department. Performs other duties as assigned. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree in health planning, marketing, business administration or related field required; Master’s Degree strongly preferred. Minimum Experience: 5 - 10 years’ experience in health insurance or managed health care field. 5-10 years’ experience in market analysis, product implementation, strategic product development. 5-10 years’ experience in strategy development and/or project implementation and management. 10+ year’s extensive experience in a corporate or service oriented marketing/product management/implementation position. Required Skills: Knowledge of and experience in product development, project management, marketing communication and product operations in the health care industry. Understands available and emerging technologies and methodologies and their application to health insurance products. Able to influence at the Corporate and Executive level and lead cross-functional projects to completion. An understanding of underwriting and actuarial principles related to health insurance products. An understanding of the regulatory environment and regulatory approval agencies in NY and VT. Self-motivated innovative thinking coupled with analytical abilities. The ability to be flexible and adjust appropriately to frequent change. Excellent planning, prioritizing and project management skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills sufficient to interact effectively and productively with staff, external customers, consultants and vendors. Proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Web applications. Availability to work occasional irregular hours and be available for occasional travel. In order to be considered for this position, please visit https://www.mvphealthcare.com/careers . MVP Health Care is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran 

 

XXXXXX Director, Compliance Integration and Customer Experience
MVP Health Care; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: This liaison serves as the single point of contact and critical project resource between the SBU’s, Legal, Corporate Compliance, and the rest of the organization. They will contribute to the system-wide compliance function by directing the end-to-end large project activities that include several stages or phases and ensure all project elements, dependencies, customer impacts are considered while implementing regulatory requirements, routine changes, and remediation for audit activities and findings. Manage inter-relations between various departments and the planned/ongoing regulatory compliance projects to capture pre-requisites, align projects’ implementation, and consider and identify the impact to business operations and the customer experience. Oversee and manage the effective coordination between various business operations as they the develop, interpret, and define the project requirements working across the organization to assess necessary changes to systems, policies and procedures ensuring compliance to all regulatory compliance requirements. Direct end-to-end large project activities that include several stages or phases and ensure all project elements and dependencies are considered in the plan. Provide technical and/or professional coordination and leadership in the execution of day-to-day program/project activities. Facilitate problem resolution in a holistic approach where changes will impact multiple business areas with conflicting or competing priorities while driving solutions which protect the company brand, vision, mission, strategies, and while promoting a positive customer experience. Ensure the availability of department policies, procedures, workflows, reports, relevant KPI’s are all considered and revised as needed when implementing regulatory changes. Cultivate a culture where business units work towards collaboration, innovation and positive customer experience while adhering to the highest standards of regulatory compliance. Support cross-functional process improvement teams to understand financial impacts of compliance costs and the impact to overhead and the customer experience while working to minimize enterprise risk. Support corporate business goals by ensuring adherence to the project budget by actively monitoring project status and employing cost effective solutions towards achieving compliance. Implement strategies that result in positive financial impact and ROI for the organization while mitigating financial and operational risks. Ability to maintain confidentiality and adhere to regulatory compliance issues as they exist and change from time to time. Performs other duties as assigned. Sometimes subjected to irregular hours. Frequently subjected to pressure due to time demands. Utilizes computer equipment for extended periods of time. May be some local travel to other MVP offices. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, IT, Project Management or other related field. Equivalent amount of education and directly related experience and/or professional certification may be considered; MBA degree preferred. Minimum Experience: 10 years progressive experience in project management and leading corporate level projects and PM staff. Prior experience with leading/facilitating cross-functional teams. Demonstrated ability and success in the application of project management, CQI, Six Sigma, and Lean principles and models. Demonstrated success implementing complex high profile projects, process improvement, and compliance initiatives. Experience with leading and identifying key improvements in areas influencing change for the benefit of external customers. Required Skills: Demonstrated success in leading projects which influence the performance of service delivery across all customer journey types and contact channels. Ability to motivate people to perform against defined objectives and to embrace accountability for their performance. Demonstrated proficiency in developing clear, succinct, well-organized written materials to effectively and appropriately communicate policies. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively one-to-one and in groups to all levels of the organization while demonstrating fluency, clarity, organization of thought and the ability to appropriately adjust communications for specific audiences. Demonstrated ability to take action to solve problems and move situations to closure while exhibiting judgment and a realistic understanding of issues. Ability to weigh alternatives in terms of the impact on the customer and the company and can apply different types of decision-making strategies to fit the situation. In order to be considered for this position, please visit www.mvphealthcare.com/careers   MVP Health Care is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran 

 

XXXXXX Associate Director, Commercial Product Development
MVP Health Care; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Director, Product Innovation & Implementation: Leads the development of commercial market strategies relative to product competitiveness and innovation. Provides overall strategic and tactical leadership to MVP’s Commercial product lines.  Develops key business strategies for product development and positioning for growth, retention, and new opportunities in the commercial segment by region for MVP Health Care.  The emergence of exchanges and significant shifts in market segments requires organizational understanding of risks and opportunities. Role will focus on driving deeper penetration in MVP markets and growing market share, and will work with the management team to determine appropriate segment opportunities based on revenue potential and competitive positioning. Additionally, this position will develop recommendations for product changes that support health care cost management and improved pricing while still improving competitive positioning.  Responsible for developing market strategies relative to Health Care Reform and its intersection with MVP’s current product/market initiatives. This leader will direct and mentor the Product Management staff of the Commercial Product Department.  Performs other duties as assigned. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education: Bachelor’s Degree in health planning, marketing, business administration or related field required; Master’s Degree strongly preferred. Minimum Experience:  5+ years’ experience in health insurance or managed health care field. 5-10 years’ experience in market analysis, strategic product development. 5-10 years’ experience in strategy development and/or sales/acquisition strategy and business development preferred.  10+ years extensive experience in a corporate or service oriented marketing/product management position with emphasis on market opportunity analytics preferred. Required Skills: Knowledge of and experience in product development, project management, marketing communication and product operations in the health care industry. Understands available and emerging technologies and methodologies and their application to health insurance products. Able to influence at the Corporate and Executive level and lead cross-functional projects to completion. An understanding of underwriting and actuarial principles related to health insurance products. An understanding of the regulatory environment and regulatory approval agencies in NY and VT. Self-motivated innovative thinking coupled with analytical abilities. The ability to be flexible and adjust appropriately to frequent change. Excellent planning, prioritizing and project management skills. Excellent oral and written communication skills sufficient to interact effectively and productively with staff, external customers, consultants and vendors. Proficient in MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Web applications. Availability to work occasional irregular hours and be available for occasional travel. In order to be considered for this position, please visit www.mvphealthcare.com/careers. MVP Health Care is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran 

 

XXXXXX Account Manager, BRM
MVP Health Care; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Director, Business Relationship Management: The Account Management function has the mandate to establish a relationship between IT and the Business, and to increase the value realized from IT assets, investments, and capabilities. The Account Manager (AM) is responsible for understanding the Business, assisting in the prioritization of projects, ensuring that projects align with the technology that provides maximum return on investment, and directing IT strategy in support of the overall Business strategy. The AM is the liaison between IT and the Business unit, and a trusted advisor to the Business unit. As such, the AM needs to have significant knowledge in subject matters pertaining to both IT and the Business, and must have a thorough understanding of the Business to identify its needs and envision business solutions. The AM reports to the office of IT Strategy and Transformation. Develop technology strategies for the Business unit that align within the overall Business strategy. Stay abreast of new technologies and their ability to provide a competitive edge. Look for opportunities to leverage technology to achieve Business unit objectives. Prepare business cases and cost benefit analyses for projects, and assist Business stakeholders in prioritizing projects. Work with stakeholders and project teams to prioritize requirements. Ensure the alignment of projects with the technology that provides maximum ROI. Research, review, and analyze the effectiveness and efficiency of existing requirements-gathering processes, and develop strategies for enhancing or further leveraging these processes. Participate in the IT annual budgeting and planning process for the assigned Business units, and tracks IT spend. Develop and manage the relationship between IT and internal and external partners (Business units, service providers). Drive Service Level Agreement (SLA) negotiations to enhance value to the Business unit. Ensure the Business units understand the technology solution, overall solution delivery, and compliance to governance processes, architecture standards, etc. Identify and leverage IT synergy potentials across Business units – Shared Services. Develop recommendation for joint or coordinated application project delivery across Business units in collaboration with other AMs. Think horizontally and big picture. Manage all IT projects for the assigned Business units. Follow up and supervise the selection of appropriate solutions. Ensure that the functional requirements are fully met by the solution. Develop and communicate IT innovation and awareness programs. Ability to understand and communicate complex business requirements to the technology teams. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education: College diploma or university degree in the field of business administration, computer science, finance, or information systems. Minimum Experience: 3 or more years of related work experience. Proven experience in IT. Required Skills: Excellent understanding of the organization’s goals and objectives. Demonstrated knowledge of the organization’s core business processes and operations, along with the strategic use of technology to grow a business. Proven experience with business and technical requirements analyses, elicitation, modeling, verification, and methodology development. Demonstrated project portfolio management skills, including project planning, budgeting, and controlling processes, and valuing IT investments. Understanding of application development and software development life cycle concepts. Ability to understand and communicate/present detailed and advanced business solutions. Ability to communicate up and down the management chain, providing the appropriate level of detail and focus on the right information. Able to exercise independent judgement and take action on it. Excellent analytical and creative problem-solving skills. Excellent listening, interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills. Logical and efficient, with keen attention to detail. Highly self-motivated and self-directed. Ability to effectively prioritize and execute tasks while under pressure. Strong customer service orientation and focus. Experience working in a team-oriented, collaborative environment. In order to be considered for this position, please visit https://www.mvphealthcare.com/careers. MVP Health Care is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran 

 

XXXXXX Specialist, Ancillary
MVP Health Care; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Ancillary Program Manager: The Ancillary Specialist is responsible for providing day to day support to the Ancillary Program Manager and the sales team for fully insured and self-funded ancillary products. Ancillary Specialists provides support to the sales team for Cobra, HRA, FSA & HSA programs & processes. Specific responsibilities include install new & renewal HRA, FSA & Cobra groups. Assist sales team with HSA sales & service. Responsible for the preparation and maintenance of the ancillary summary plan documents (SPD) and amendments as they relate to the plan administration within the ancillary unit. Create & distribute HRA/FSA new member welcome letters. Ancillary Specialist will also calculate, request & track prefunding of HRA accounts. Works with the ancillary specialist team lead to identify and implement process improvements to ensure optimal customer service & operational efficiency across the ancillary unit. Support the Ancillary Program Manager and Ancillary Operations Manager to resolve issues through problem solving and troubleshooting which may require interaction with other MVP departments. This position will also interact with the external customers and brokers. Will be required to work outside the parameters of the normal workweek depending upon production and service needs of the clients. Performs other duties as assigned. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education: BA/BS in business, marketing or related field preferred or equivalent combination of education and directly related experience. Minimum Experience: Two years in customer service or sales environment within a managed care, health insurance company, or brokerage agency. Equivalent combination of education and experience may be considered. Experience with databases and information tracking programs preferred. Required Skills: Extensive understanding of the laws/rules that govern the administration of HDHP, FSA/HRA/HSA and Cobra. Solid computer skills with strong knowledge of the Alegeus wealth care system, CobraPoint system, Facets and Macess. Good organizational and time management skills; good problem-solving skills and attention to detail a must. Excellent analytical skills and ability to make independent decisions. Strong relationship and communications skills are required; neat, well-groomed and professional appearance. In order to be considered for this position, please visit https://www.mvphealthcare.com/careers .  MVP Health Care is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran 

 

XXXXXX Specialist, Marketing and Communications (Internal Comm.)
MVP Health Care; Location: Rochester, NY

JOB SUMMARY: Under the direction of the Associate Director of Communications/Operations: The Specialist, Marketing and Communications works as part of an integrated team designed to provide cross-functional marketing and communications expertise to the business. Individual will have working experience across marketing and communication channel utilization. Overall team objectives include, but are not limited to, identifying business-to-business and business-to-consumer marketing and communications opportunities and building market strategies across MVP’s service area. Team is responsible for brand stewardship and communications standards across the organization. Individual job responsibilities include: coordination with business leads to develop strategy and tactical implementation to reach targeted segment(s); implementation of communication tasks using different mediums of communication and marketing tactics; managing the flow of work to ensure it is completed on time and within budget; monitoring and optimizing tactics and tracking campaign results. Performs other duties as assigned. POSITION QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum Education: BA/BS in Business, Marketing, Communications or a related-field (Journalism, English). Equivalent amount of education and directly related experience may be considered. Minimum Experience: Minimum of 2-4 years’ experience in corporate communications and/or marketing required. Experience in the health care industry preferred. Working experience with Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office, and InDesign preferred. Working experience with an advertising agency and/or print vendors preferred. Web content management system (SiteCore) experience desired. SurveyGizmo creating and reporting experience desired. Photoshop experience desired. Required Skills: Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Excellent oral and written communication skills including writing, editing, and proofreading. Outstanding organizational skills and meticulous attention to detail. Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize direction from multiple internal customers. Ability to make decisions independently; manage deadlines and budgets. Flexibility to work outside the normal business day when necessary. Preferred Skills: Customer service skills an asset. In order to be considered for this position, please visit www.mvphealthcare.com/careers. MVP Health Care is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran 

 

XXXXXX Office Assistant
C.A. Reed Associates, Inc.; Location: Canandaigua, NY

A well-established Canandaigua company has an Office Assistant position. Candidates must possess excellent computer, communication, organizational skills. A Bachelor’s degree is desired. Job expectations and preferred qualifications: Computer proficiency; Office procedures; Word & Excel software; Basic bookkeeping principles;  Standard office equipment; Internet and email procedures; Telephone etiquette; English grammar, spelling and punctuation; Compose, type and assemble information; Establish and maintain alphabetical files for a variety of records and reports; Follow oral and written instructions; Work effectively with the public and colleagues; Prioritize multiple tasks. Position is full time, Hourly wage to be determined by experience, Health Insurance & 401K available. To apply: Email resume’ to: margaret@careed.com

 

XXXXXX Administrative Assistant
Coordinated Care Services, Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

We have a need for an Administrative Assistant at our Monroe County Alternatives to Detention location. This is an hourly position and the primary function of this position is to coordinate the youth in the Monroe County Non-secure Detention (NSD) system. This includes tracking all youth in NSD as to their current placement and their next court date. This person will be aware of each NSD facility, their capacity and all currently available beds in the NSD system. This position will coordinate supervision of PINS youth at the Hall of Justice and transport of the youth to and from their NSD facility. In addition the Administrative Assistant position supports the day-to-day operation of the Alternatives to Detention team and all of its components. As a member of the ATD team, the position works with all ATD staff to assure that the required work is completed accurately and on a timely basis, assures that the phones are covered and the reception area staffed. The Administrative Assistant supports the clerical support needs of the ATD staff members and has specific roles and responsibilities that include: Responsibilities:  Confirm availability of appropriate space in NSD facilities prior to transport of remanded youth. Arrange transportation for Court remanded youth to NSD facilities through the use of PINS Transport. Closely Monitor remanded youth while housed in the designated area at the Hall of Justice. Complete affidavit and/or warrant request paperwork as required by Family Court on AWOL youth. Daily updates and distribution of NSD Census Reports. ATD Department Petty Cash Account review and reconciliation. Design Department Excel spreadsheets and ATD Program data entry. Provide information to DHS for quarterly reports. Schedule, record and disseminate minutes from team and other meetings as assigned. Data Entry on VTCC, order and maintain office supplies, files and forms. Perform other duties upon request. Competencies: High level of interpersonal skills; Ability to work as a part of a team; Ability to function with a minimum of supervision; Ability to recognize need for confidentiality of information. Education and Experience: Experience with a Windows based operating system (Word processing, spreadsheet and database management software). High quality telephone skills. Ability to satisfactorily complete required background screenings: criminal, probation, drug, State Central Registry, and driving  Additional Requirements: Recognizes and values diversity within the work environment. Participates as a member of the team in valuing individual differences and supporting one another’s opportunity to achieve their greatest potential. Culturally responsive to the population being served in the development, design, monitoring, evaluation and/or implementation of programs and services. Respects the confidential nature of certain information exposed to in the course of your work performance.  Preference for the ability to speak a second language. Apply online.

 

XXXXXX Library Assistant IV-Patron Services
University of Rochester; Location: Rochester, NY

Position Summary: This position is patron-focused and will provide broad support for the Patron Services department. The successful candidate will demonstrate a commitment to the River Campus Libraries Service Philosophy and Strategic Objectives and have outstanding customer service skills, which will be brought to bear in staffing Q&i locations both physical and virtual as well as in processing and fulfilling Course Reserve requests; Interlibrary Loan borrowing, lending, and document delivery requests. Q&i support includes transactional circulation duties as well as basic reference and IT support. User engagement will include providing referrals to RCL Outreach Librarians. Candidate must be able to work well individually and as part of a team in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment. Must communicate effectively across media in order to ensure positive results with a variety of staff members and patrons. Schedule includes some evenings and weekends. Responsibilities: 25% - Q&i support; Staff Q&i desks, answer phone calls, etc.; Model outstanding customer service in providing front line assistance with physical resources, Course Reserves, Interlibrary Loan materials, digital content, etc.; Communicate RCL policies and practices to patrons, process fine payments, etc.; Effectively use and provide support for computer workstations, printers, copiers and scanners. 25% - Other patron service; Monitor virtual service points including live chat and relevant email boxes; Provide on-the-spot assistance for patrons as needed; Assist users with Blackboard navigation and class information. 20% - Course Reserves support;  Process and make available Course Reserve materials using Blackboard learning management system;  Consult with faculty and teaching assistants to understand Course Reserve needs. 20% - Interlibrary Loan support; Search, identify, and provide location information for Interlibrary Loan requests requiring manual processing; Provide successful updated information for requests once searched and located. 10% - Miscellaneous duties; Keep abreast of changing internal and external professional/educational environments as they relate to Patron Services, Q&i operations and Interlibrary Loan; Participate in River Campus Libraries meetings and serve on committees as needed; Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree preferred and 3–4 years relevant work experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Ability to follow established procedures and perform work requiring considerable attention to detail. User-focused and committed to service excellence for all users. Outstanding customer service skills; relevant experience a plus. Strong analytical skills, with ability to plan and organize work so that all tasks are performed efficiently. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to learn and effectively use library-related software programs and online services. Demonstrated success in working with clients and colleagues. Self-starter who is comfortable with ambiguity. Demonstrated commitment to workplace harmony. Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Suite. Willingness to learn about emerging trends in learning resources, academic support services, library technologies, and assessment. Commitment to diversity. TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ONLINE AT: http://www.rochester.edu/working/hr/jobs/  Reference ID: 194717. Please ALSO send letter of application, resume, and the names, addresses and phone numbers of three references to: Kelley Kitrinos – HR Manager; Rush Rhees Library, University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 14627. RCLHR@library.rochester.edu

 

XXXXXX LT Tent Set Up Crew
RES Exhibit Services; Location: Rochester, NY

SUMMARY: In a safe and productive manner, the LT Tent Set Up Crew delivers and sets up tents, tables, chairs, stages, dance floors, bleachers, and all other party rental equipment and supplies for local and national events. The LT Tent Set Up Crew member also takes down equipment based on the directions provided by the supervisor. This role requires an individual that can complete duties in a timely and efficient manner with a positive demeanor. Job Results, Essential Functions & Measures: Event Site (70%): Work outdoors to set up tents onsite. Deliver, setup, tear down, and pick up event equipment. Be a positive example to coworkers and be accountable to 100% client’s satisfaction. Interact with clients in a professional manner. Assemble event equipment ensuring customer satisfaction and safety. In some cases, employee may interact directly with the customer. This includes management of issues, assignment of work to others, and at time collecting final payment. Maintain a clean, organized, safe and productive work environment. Complete all paperwork (as required) timely and accurately. Ensure that all equipment is handled in a safe, efficient and a high quality manner. Ensure that all company policies, supervisors’ directives, and instructions are followed. Followed required directions. Other duties/jobs as assigned. Warehouse (30%): Load and unload trucks. Maintain a clean truck. Maintain a clean warehouse. Clean equipment as needed. Follow Required Directions. Other duties/jobs as assigned. Event Site Supervisor’s review of: Attendance and Punctuality. Willingness to Work. Ability to complete tasks efficiently. Ability to keep busy during down times. Core Competencies: Accountability/Ownership: Shows up to work on time, follows instructions, policies and procedures. Meets productivity standards, deadlines and work schedules. Does not make excuses for errors or problems; acknowledges and corrects mistakes. Initiative: Maintains high standards of performance. Exhibits conscientiousness, dedication, self-discipline, and a sense of responsibility. Identifies what needs to be done and does it before being asked or before the situation requires it. Time Management: Manages one’s own time to maximize advantage on a day-to-day basis. Teamwork: Works cooperatively with others and contributes to the group with ideas, suggestions, and effort. Position Qualifications: Education & Experience: High School Diploma or GED preferred. Certificates, Licenses: Must have a valid and current driver’s license. Forklift experience preferred. Other: In some instances, employee may be requested to drive, deliver and set up bleachers. Travel is required for this position. For details on bleacher role, see Bleacher Set Up Job Descriptions. Language Skills: Ability to read, write and interpret documents in English such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions and procedure manuals. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers. Mathematical Skills: Ability to add and subtract in all units of measure using whole numbers. Reasoning Ability: Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out work. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to use hands to assemble and install parts. The position will involve regularly lifting 50-75lbs and 100 lbs. occasionally. Work Environment: Travel is required for this position. During busy season, long days may be required. Weekend work is required during busy season. The noise level in the work environment can be loud both onsite and offsite. The position requires the ability to work indoors and outdoors, sometimes under adverse weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment can be loud in production areas. Hearing protection is provided as an optional use. Must comply with safety & dress codes for all production areas. Must follow all safety guidelines as outlined in the RES Safety Manual dated 12/2012. To apply: email your resume to  morlando@res-exhibits.com or call Marie at (585) 546-2040 x1260.

 

XXXXXX Diesel Truck Mechanic II
Superior Plus Energy; Location: Rochester, NY

Reporting directly to the Fleet Maintenance Supervisor or Customer Service Center (CSC) Manager, the Diesel Truck Mechanic II - Intermediate is responsible for performing the day-to-day preventative maintenance or vehicle repairs as directed/scheduled. Primary Responsibilities: Perform preventative maintenance with minimal or no supervision. Perform routine truck repairs including brake work, hydraulics, driveline, steering, suspension, electrical and transmission with minimal or no supervision. Ability to perform some welding and cutting as directed. Utilize various diagnostic equipment and software to identify error codes and identify repairs required. Perform annual state vehicle inspections per regulatory guidelines. What we need/Requirements: Associates degree or equivalent training. Minimum 2-4 years related diesel truck and maintenance experience. Required licenses or Professional Certification: Valid CDL-B license with Hazmat endorsement and DOT qualifications. State Vehicle Inspection License. Some ASE and OEM certifications. Specific Skills: General knowledge and understanding of diesel truck repair and preventative maintenance. Ability to work independently and productively with some supervision and support. Ability to use a variety of hand, power or specialty tools. Self-motivated. Strong desire for advancement. Manual dexterity with mental and visual attention for sustained periods. Ability to life a minimum of 25lbs. unassisted while working in difficult positions. Good interpersonal skills. Ability to work within a team concept. Intermediate computer skills to start utilizing equipment and access to fleet maintenance software. Other: Must have comprehensive set of diesel mechanic tools. To apply: visit http://www.superiorplus.com

 

XXXXXX Data Specialist
Superior Plus Energy; Location: Rochester, NY

Superior Plus Energy is one of the largest and fastest growing energy distributors in the Northeast! We are recruiting for a confident and knowledgeable Service Maintenance Manager. Reporting to the Corporate Fleet Manager, this position will be responsible for managing external vendor relations. The Data Specialist and the Manager of External Fleet will report directly to the Corporate Fleet Manager. Primary Responsibilities: Work closely with ARI and vendors; Monitor warranty claims and recalls; Monitor overdue preventative maintenance reports; Assist with wholesale maintenance and repair; Oversight of vehicle sales; Responsible for Bestpass billing; approvals and submission; Work closely with CSCM’s to manage fleet maintenance PO’s. What we need/Requirements: Community college diploma or equivalent training. Three (5) to five (10) years related diesel truck maintenance experience; no automotive only. Three (5) to five (10) years’ experience in fleet management. What we offer/Benefits: Variety of medical plans to fit all needs; Excellent salary; Basic life insurance - Employer Sponsored; Dental & Vision; Short & Long term disability - Employer Sponsored; Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - Employer Sponsored; 401(k), Profit Sharing; Profit Sharing program for all employees - Employer sponsored; Tuition reimbursement program - Employer sponsored. About us: Since 1922, Superior Plus Energy Services has focused on providing superior customer value and that requires SUPERIOR people. We're always looking to add individuals to our team who want to make a difference in the lives of our customers. We invite you to join a SUPERIOR workplace and become a part of our vision to be our customers' first choice for fuel delivery, appliance installation, and service in each and every market we serve. If you are looking to make a positive difference in your career and your life, while receiving a competitive salary and benefits package, then look no further. Job Type: Full-time. Required experience: Fleet Management and Diesel Maintenance: 5 years. Required education: High school or equivalent. To apply: visit http://www.superiorplus.com

 

Macy’s is currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Asset Protection / Loss Prevention Detective, Full Time: Mall At Greece Ridge Center
  • Asset Protection / Loss Prevention Security Guard, Part Time: Macy's Mall At Greece Ridge Center

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TJX Companies, Inc. is currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Customer Experience Coordinator - Rochester, NY
  • Merchandise Associate - Greece, NY
  • Merchandise Associate - Greece, NY
  • Merchandise Associate - Henrietta, NY
  • Merchandise Associate - Pittsford, NY
  • Merchandise Associate - Rochester, NY
  • Merchandise Associate - Rochester, NY
  • Merchandise Associate - Webster, NY

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XXXXXX Community Habilitation Staff-Hearing
Center for Disability Rights; Location: Rochester, NY

Job Summary: OPWDD Habilitation services are individually designed for helping a person learn skills and get supports needed to pursue personal interests, integration, and independence.  The habilitation plans are based on the ISP.  These plans are written in conjunction with the consumer, staff, service coordinators and natural supports.  Habilitation staff should use professional judgment based on experience and expertise, and provide the services identified in the Habilitation Plan.  Habilitation services are not provided as exclusive services, but part of an overall plan of support for an individual. These services are provided in the person’s home and in the community.  Habilitation staff is to assist individuals in achieving their goals, personal values and outcomes. Duties and Responsibilities: Provide services such as assistance, training, and supervision with activities of daily living, such as developing routines, meal preparation, light household tasks, safety in the community, health promotion, public transportation, personal responsibility, shopping, socialization, personal care, budgeting skills, and/or other tasks chosen by the individual. Communicate with the Manager of Community Support Services about which goals are needed and desired by the individual.  In addition, recommends additional services and goals based on their growing knowledge of the individuals’ interests. Receive instructions from the Manager of Community Support Services to support Habilitation plans and the promotion of activities to achieve goals. Document progress notes related to habilitation goals at every session. Complete Monthly Summaries by due date. Report attendance and daily activities at the beginning of every shift to the Manager of Community Support Services. Attend training sessions as scheduled designed to increase knowledge base related to Developmental Disabilities , Rights and Responsibilities of participants, Incident reporting and all required agency training. Attend all scheduled Habilitation Staff meetings. Attend and participate in consumers’ ISP planning meetings at least every six months, as directed by the Manager of Community Support Services. Comply with all OPWDD regulations and CDR departmental policies and procedures. Ability to be flexible and work varying hours depending on the need of the individual. Other duties as assigned or required. Required Knowledge and Skills: Have good oral and written communication skills. Have the ability to meet the individuals’ needs, which are addresses through the service. Have the ability to complete SCIP-R certification course if required in the individuals Habilitation Plan and at the discretion of the Manager of Community Supports. Must be able to become first aid/CPR certified at the discretion of the Manager of Community Supports. Travel is required of this position. Valid NYS driver’s license and own vehicle required. Education and Work Experience: Must have high school diploma or GED.  Must be at least 18 years old. One (1) year of experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities. Essential Functions/Physical Requirements: The duties are representative of the essential functions of this position. Operational flexibility is required to meet sudden and unpredictable needs. Reliable transportation is needed, as local business day travel is required of the position. Most work is completed in the individual’s home/residence as well as within the community. To apply: http://www.cdrnys.org or email your resume to employment@cdrnys.org

 

XXXXXXX Supervisor Support Specialist
Center for Disability Rights; Location: Rochester, NY

CDR is a disability led, not-for-profit corporation.  We provide services to people with disabilities and seniors within the framework of an Independent Living Model which promotes independence of people with all types of disabilities, enabling choice in living setting, full access to the community, and control of their life. CDR works for national, state, and local systemic change to advance the rights of people with disabilities by supporting direct action, coalition building, community organizing, policy analysis, litigation, training for advocates, and community education. CDR advocates for the full integration, independence, and civil rights of people with disabilities. Job Summary: Under general supervision, assists the consumer in maintaining their CDPAS program(s). Makes sure the consumer is running their program correctly and following the model program. Resolves any issues that may arise. Acts as a support system to the consumer with their position as supervisor of their programs. Job Duties: As a representative of CDR, be committed in all that you do to support, perpetuate, and model the CDR Mission. Accurate auditing of CDPAS time sheets. Troubleshooting of problems with CDPAS programs and fielding consumer’s calls. Screening of consumers to determine if they qualify to become supervisors of their CDPAS programs through telephone calls, home visits, or visits to nursing homes, hospitals, group homes, etc. Training of consumers to be supervisors of their program and determining the appropriate training style for each individual consumer. Home visits: Three days a week in consumer’s home for screenings, trainings, and on-going trainings and role-playing. Essential office work to the position including, but not limited to: Paperwork and contact notes that include summaries of what has been done to provide services to the consumer. Supervisory duties including, but not limited to: Hiring (consumers for their program), Training, Disciplining, Scheduling, Directing, terminating, developing, and Measuring performance. Daily: Correct auditing of timesheets to ensure there is no fraud in the funding of Medicaid. Monthly: Detailed Statistical Report of people moving in and out of program. Determines if/when to discipline supervisor, the reason(s) why to discipline, and guidance of the consumer to prevent the problem from arising again. Other duties as assigned or required. Qualifications: Minimum Associate’s Degree, Bachelor’s preferred in Human Services, Social Work, Sociology, or related field. One (1) to three (3) years relevant experience in Human Services, individuals with disabilities helpful. Supervisory skills desired and beneficial to the position. Must possess superb written and verbal communication skills, as well as listening skills.  Has to have an eye for details. Must be a “people person” and enjoy working with diverse individuals, each with their own unique needs and wants. In this respect, the individual interested in this position must be non-judgmental and open-minded. An optimistic individual with a positive outlook on life is desired. Computer skills needed to complete the office functions of this position. Individual must be able to correctly identify the appropriate method(s) of training and communication needed for each consumer in order to provide the best support and training for the consumer to be an effective supervisor of their program. Essential Functions/Physical Requirements: The Job Duties are representative of the essential functions of the position. The physical requirements for this position are those typically present in normal office environment conditions. Operational flexibility is required to meet sudden and unpredictable needs. Reliable transportation is necessary as there may be local day business travel required of this position. The Center for Disability Rights strives to be a participant controlled, cross disability organization that is reflective of the community it serves.  CDR values diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, cultural or ethnic group membership, disability status, educational level, family status, gender, income, national origin, race, religion, or sexual orientation. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  CDR will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. To apply: http://www.cdrnys.org or email your resume to employment@cdrnys.org

 

XXXXXXX Pooled Trust New Member Specialist
Center for Disability Rights; Location: Rochester, NY

CDR is a disability led, not-for-profit corporation.  We provide services to people with disabilities and seniors within the framework of an Independent Living Model which promotes independence of people with all types of disabilities, enabling choice in living setting, full access to the community, and control of their life. CDR works for national, state, and local systemic change to advance the rights of people with disabilities by supporting direct action, coalition building, community organizing, policy analysis, litigation, training for advocates, and community education. CDR advocates for the full integration, independence, and civil rights of people with disabilities. Job Summary: The Pooled Trust New Member Relations Specialist will be responsible with meeting and explaining the Trust to individuals who express interest if learning more about the trust and if it would benefit them.  The Pooled Trust New Member Relations Specialist will be required to travel to interested individuals house from time to time. General Expectations: To advocate for the full integration, independence and civil rights of people with disabilities. Meet with perspective members and talk to them about the pooled trust. Assist trust members with recertification process. Manage relations with different counties Medicaid departments. Manage excess issues with the different Managed Long Term Care Companies. Qualifications: High School Diploma. Knowledge of the Medicaid System including monthly excess. Proficient in Microsoft Office and some background with an accounting software. Ability to communicate in Spanish. Valid Driver’s License. Reliable means of transportation. Great communication skills in relation to face-to-face, phone, and email interactions. Essential Functions/Physical Requirements: The duties are representative of the essential functions of the position. The physical requirements for this position are those typically present in normal office environment conditions. Operational flexibility is required to meet sudden and unpredictable needs. Reliable transportation is necessary as there is local day business travel required of this position. To apply: http://www.cdrnys.org or email your resume to employment@cdrnys.org

 

XXXXXXX Accounting Specialist
Center for Disability Rights; Location: Rochester, NY

Backfilling payroll coordinator, billing specialist and finance coordinator positions and completing monthly and quarterly grant reporting and other projects as assigned by Assistant Director of Finance. Job Duties: As a representative of CDR, be committed in all that you do to support, perpetuate, and model the CDR Mission. Duties may include, but are not limited to,  MCO billing interface with providers, reconciling A/R general ledger to billing system monthly, preparing monthly and quarterly grant reports, assisting in preparation of the CFR Report, completing monthly Financial Reporting packages, assisting with financial audits and assisting with preparation of annual budgets. The Accounting Specialist will also be trained to be the backfill for the Financial Coordinator, Payroll Coordinator, and the Billing Specialist specialist positions which include providing necessary support with their on-going tasks. Education and Work Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance and three plus years of related job experience in a variety of accounting functions. Associate’s Degree in Accounting or Finance and five years of related job experience in a variety of accounting functions. State and Federal Grant reporting. A/R and Billing system experience preferred. Attention to detail is crucial. Extensive experience working with excel spreadsheets. Preparation of Consolidated Fiscal reports helpful. Experience in preparation of the annual budgets. Essential Functions/Physical Requirements: The Job Duties are representative of the essential functions of the position. The physical requirements for this position are those typically present in normal office environment conditions. Operational flexibility is required to meet sudden and unpredictable needs. Reliable transportation is necessary as there may be local day business travel required of this position. The Center for Disability Rights strives to be a participant controlled, cross disability organization that is reflective of the community it serves.  CDR values diversity and does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, cultural or ethnic group membership, disability status, educational level, family status, gender, income, national origin, race, religion, or sexual orientation. People with disabilities are encouraged to apply.  CDR will make reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities. To apply: http://www.cdrnys.org or email your resume to employment@cdrnys.org

 

XXXXXXX IT Programmer
Center for Disability Rights; Location: Rochester, NY

CDR is a disability led, not-for-profit corporation.  We provide services to people with disabilities and seniors within the framework of an Independent Living Model which promotes independence of people with all types of disabilities, enabling choice in living setting, full access to the community, and control of their life. CDR works for national, state, and local systemic change to advance the rights of people with disabilities by supporting direct action, coalition building, community organizing, policy analysis, litigation,  training for advocates, and community education. CDR advocates for the full integration, independence, and civil rights of people with disabilities. Job Summary: Maintenance and modifications of programs currently in place and responds to request for programming and developing new products to assure user needs are met and to assure efficient operations. Job Duties: As a representative of CDR, be committed in all that you do to support, perpetuate, and model the CDR Mission. Analyze and design program logic to eliminate problems and to ensure efficient operation. Test modified programs to ensure user data accuracy and modifications have no adverse impact on systems operation. Provide information for operations and system development to reflect system and job flow. Provide administrative reports to ensure up-to-date and accurate information. Special projects as assigned. Occasional help desk duties to support end users. Other duties. Qualifications: Must be computer literate and proficient in HTML, CSS, Javscript, PHP, MySQL, and Content Management Systems. Also, must have knowledge of Linux and Apache Web server. Copyright knowledge required so as not to violate federal laws. Attention to detail needed. Must be knowledgeable about web accessibility standards. Minimum Associate’s degree, Bachelor’s preferred in IT or Computer Science field. Two (2) years’ experience. Practical experience and education may be substituted. Essential Functions/Physical Requirements: The Job Duties are representative of the essential functions of the position. The physical requirements for this position are those typically present in normal office environment conditions. Operational flexibility is required to meet sudden and unpredictable needs. Reliable transportation is necessary as there may be local day business travel required of this position. To apply: http://www.cdrnys.org or email your resume to employment@cdrnys.org

 

XXXXXXX Service Coordinator, OPWDD, NHTD, TBI
Center for Disability Rights; Location: Rochester, NY

CDR is a disability led, not-for-profit corporation.  We provide services to people with disabilities and seniors within the framework of an Independent Living Model which promotes independence of people with all types of disabilities, enabling choice in living setting, full access to the community, and control of their life. CDR works for national, state, and local systemic change to advance the rights of people with disabilities by supporting direct action, coalition building, community organizing, policy analysis, litigation, training for advocates, and community education. CDR advocates for the full integration, independence, and civil rights of people with disabilities. Job Summary: With general supervision, provide advocacy, short-term counseling, support, linkage, and coordination of services for an assigned caseload.  Conduct intake assessments, social work evaluations, and develop individual service plans in conjunction with assigned caseload.  Participate in team meetings with participants and their service providers, and advocate for their rights and implementation of needed and desired services. The main goal is to assist the participants in maintaining and obtaining services that will assist them to live in the most integrated setting possible, within the community. Job Duties: As a representative of CDR, be committed in all that you do to support, perpetuate, and model the CDR Mission. Maintain files that are current and incompliance with the CDR and State-regulating agency. Insure that all application Incident Reporting requirements are followed. Meets all documentation timelines and maintains quality of services. Participate in trainings at the discretion of the Supervisor and strives for professional development and to increase their knowledge base related to participant population. Review program updates as administered, and lean and implement all changes, regulatory and otherwise. Implement changes as needed. Develop and revise the participant’s service plan in conjunction with the service provider they choose to receive services from. Link the participants with an appropriate service provider who can assist them in implementing the appropriate portion of their service plan. Assist the participant in securing a community residency that meets their individual welfare and safety needs. Review the outcomes of the participant’s service plan and advocate for the needs and changes in the services as necessary in combination with the participants needs and desired outcomes. Attend appointments and meetings as necessary. Other duties as assigned or required. Qualifications: A degree in one of the following areas: Occupational Therapist, Registered Physical Therapist, Speech-Language Pathologist, Registered Professional Nurse, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor, Master of Social Work, Master of Psychology. Accompanied by  a Minimum of one (1) year experience providing service coordination for individuals with disabilities and knowledge about community resources; A Bachelor’s Degree in a human service related field and two (2) years of experience providing service coordination to individuals with disabilities, and knowledge about community resources. Possess a basic knowledge and understanding of public welfare, Social Security benefits and entitlements.  General knowledge and understanding of developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injury, and mental illness.  Have knowledge and understanding of the challenges facing individuals who have developmental and cognitive disabilities, and choose to live independently with in the community.  Understanding of Independent Living philosophy.  Basic knowledge of the ADA, and a desire to learn more about the public laws that uphold the civil rights of disabled individuals.  Some knowledge of community services available to the citizens in the community. Essential Functions/Physical Requirements:  The Job Duties are representative of the essential functions of the position. The physical requirements for this position are those typically present in normal office environment conditions. Operational flexibility is required to meet sudden and unpredictable needs. Reliable transportation is necessary as there may be local day business travel required of this position. To apply: http://www.cdrnys.org or email your resume to employment@cdrnys.org

 

XXXXXXX Pooled Trust Accounts Payable Specialist 
Center for Disability Rights; Location: Rochester, NY

CDR is a disability led, not-for-profit corporation.  We provide services to people with disabilities and seniors within the framework of an Independent Living Model which promotes independence of people with all types of disabilities, enabling choice in living setting, full access to the community, and control of their life. CDR works for national, state, and local systemic change to advance the rights of people with disabilities by supporting direct action, coalition building, community organizing, policy analysis, litigation, training for advocates, and community education. CDR advocates for the full integration, independence, and civil rights of people with disabilities. Job Summary: The Pooled Trust Accounts Payable Specialist will be responsible for pulling bills from the NSF and rent folders from the deposit registers and giving to data entry clerks to enter, setting up new vendors in accounting software, meet with walk in consumers, back up accounts receivable staff with picking up walk in mail from reception, and assisting the Accounts Payable Coordinator with bill review. Job Duties: As a representative of CDR, be committed in all that you do to support, perpetuate, and model the CDR Mission. Advocate for full integration, independence and civil rights of the people with disabilities. Review receipts faxed or mailed in and add a tape total for data entry clerks. Meet with walk in consumers with bill questions. Daily correspondence with consumers leaving messages in Web Office ticket system. Pulling bills daily for data entry from rent and NSF. Give all rent bills to Accounts Payable Coordinator to mark spreadsheet. Set up vendors after approved by Accounts Payable Coordinator. Monthly responsible for disbursements and leases expiring in rent file. Assist and review of bills entered by data entry clerks when ask by Accounts Payable Coordinator. Responsible for weekly and monthly review of NSF files and making calls when necessary to follow up. Back up Accounts Payable Coordinator in printing and responding to Pooled Trust emails. Other tasks as directed by the Accounts Payable Coordinator and Pooled Trust Supervisor  Qualifications: One year work experience in Accounts Payable. Great communication skills in relation to face-to-face, phone and email interactions. Proficient in Microsoft Office and some background with accounting software. Ability to communicate in Spanish or Russian a plus. Essential Functions/Physical Requirements: The Job Duties are representative of the essential functions of the position. The physical requirements for this position are those typically present in normal office environment conditions. Operational flexibility is required to meet sudden and unpredictable needs. Reliable transportation is necessary as there may be local day business travel required of this position. To apply: http://www.cdrnys.org or email your resume to employment@cdrnys.org

 

XXXXXXX Manager of Community Support Services
Center for Disability Rights; Location: Rochester, NY

CDR is a disability led, not-for-profit corporation. We provide services to people with disabilities and seniors within the framework of an Independent Living Model which promotes independence of people with all types of disabilities, enabling choice in living setting, full access to the community, and control of their life. CDR works for national, state, and local systemic change to advance the rights of people with disabilities by supporting direct action, coalition building, community organizing, policy analysis, litigation, training for advocates, and community education. CDR advocates for the full integration, independence, and civil rights of people with disabilities. Job Summary: To provide oversight to the Day and Residential Habilitation programs of CDR.  Included are job duties in the areas of scheduling, program development, training, and overall oversight of day-to-day coordination of the Community Habilitation and Day Habilitation services and staff supervision under the regulatory requirements of the OPWDD Home and Community Based Waiver program.   The manager of community support services is responsible for marketing the Habilitation Programs of CDR to the Rochester community and bringing in new consumers for services. Job Duties: Responsible for oversight of scheduling within the day and community habilitation program. Keeping a computerized scheduling program up to date. Ensuring that all hours that are being provided are approved and units are being utilized appropriately. Tracking all hours of services that were provided on a spreadsheet that is turned in bi-weekly to your supervisor. Handles the day to day scheduling of ILST and Peer Mentor staff. (NOTE: The manager of community support services may be responsible for managing these staff members). Hiring of new habilitation staff. Screening, interviewing, hiring, training and supervising staff. Communicating to HR department. Provide initial and on-going training to habilitation staff. Review OPWDD related materials with staff upon hire and provide on-going staff training. Review agency policies and procedures to staff. Provide supervision of habilitation staff. Conduct performance Evaluations with staff. Monitor staff on the job to assess performance. Conduct regular spot checks. Conduct satisfaction surveys with consumer. Recommend areas of staff improvement and potential training opportunities. To provide staff training as necessary. Provide feedback to staff on job performance on a regular basis. Responsible for marketing the agency and Habilitation program to Rochester and surrounding communities. Attend all ISP review meetings and write goal plans. Work with the Coordinator of Deaf Services to get feedback on progress of the consumers so plans can be accurately revised and updated. Ensure that all monthly documentation for the Habilitation Program is completed. Completes audits as needed. Hold the on-call pager in rotation with other coordinators in the OPWDD department. Be able to handle staffing crisis situations, and call offs, etc. Answer pages with 15-20 minutes when on call. Make decisions about staff schedules and advise staff of potential solutions to pager calls and/or advise staff of consequences when they refuse the on-call staff’s directions. Review time sheets and case notes regularly. Train staff on case note writing. Ensure staff is working on the goals and are knowledgeable about what each goal entails. Ensure schedules are developed based on the number of approved hours per week and the number of hours per unit. Fills in for staff when needed. Provide the supervision and oversight needed to maintain DOH regulations. *See TBI and NHTD Waiver Manuals. Work one on one with employees to develop goal plans and service reports and document these efforts. Provide one-to-one counseling sessions to persons with disabilities and their families. Assist consumers to effectively manage the emotional difficulties associated with adjusting to & living in the community. Qualifications: Candidate must possess at least one of the following designations: Licensed Psychiatrist;             Licensed Psychologist; Masters of Social Work; Master of Doctorate of Psychology; Certified Rehabilitation Counselor; Master of Counseling Psychology; Licensed Mental Health Practitioner; Certified Education Teacher. Candidate must have minimum of two years’ experience providing adjustment related counseling to individuals with traumatic brain injuries and their families. A significant portion of the provider’s time which represents this experience must have been spent providing counseling to individuals with traumatic brain injuries and their families in order to be considered qualifying experience. Candidate must have working knowledge and experience with the OPWDD Waiver and community habilitation/day habilitation programs. (I.e. writing community/day habilitation plans, auditing files, etc.). Prior supervisor experience as it related to working with those with disabilities is a plus. Essential Functions/Physical Requirements: The Job Duties are representative of the essential functions of the position. The physical requirements for this position are those typically present in normal office environment conditions. Operational flexibility is required to meet sudden and unpredictable needs. Reliable transportation is necessary as there may be local day business travel required of this position. To apply: http://www.cdrnys.org or email your resume to employment@cdrnys.org

 

XXXXXXX Support Services Provider
Center for Disability Rights; Location: Rochester, NY

CDR is a disability led, not-for-profit corporation.  We provide services to people with disabilities and seniors within the framework of an Independent Living Model which promotes independence of people with all types of disabilities, enabling choice in living setting, full access to the community, and control of their life. CDR works for national, state, and local systemic change to advance the rights of people with disabilities by supporting direct action, coalition building, community organizing, policy analysis, litigation,  training for advocates, and community education. CDR advocates for the full integration, independence, and civil rights of people with disabilities. Job Summary:  SSP services are individually designed for helping a Deaf-Blind and/or individual with moderate vision loss learn skills and get supports needed to pursue personal interests, integration, and independence.  These services are provided in the person’s home and in the community. The SSP staff provides access to the community by making transportation available and serves as a human guide while walking. The SSP relays visual and environmental information that may not be heard or seen by the person who is Deaf-Blind/Visually Impaired.  The SSP staff is to assist Deaf-Blind individuals in achieving their goals, personal values, and outcomes. SSP Staff acts as a link between persons who are Deaf-Blind/Vision Loss and their environment as a guide and communication facilitator. Job Duties: As a representative of CDR, be committed in all that you do to support, perpetuate, and model the CDR Mission. Provide services such as one-on-one communication assistance and supervision with activities of daily living such as meal preparation, light household tasks, safety in the community, public transportation, shopping, socialization, and/or other tasks chosen by the individual. Communicate with Manager of Deaf Services about needs desired by individual. Recommend additional services based on their growing knowledge of the individuals’ interests. Receive instructions from Manager of Deaf Services to support and promote services to achieve goals of individual. The SSP may provide information to the individual to assist in considering options, but at no point should the SSP make choices and decisions but to remain objective, supportive and empowering while providing services, sparing in expressing their personal preferences.  Document progress notes related to travel/assistance provided. Report attendance and daily activities to Manager of Deaf Services. Attend training sessions designed to increase knowledge base related to Deaf Blindness, Rights and Responsibilities of participants, and all required agency trainings. Attend all scheduled Staff meetings. Be reliable and punctual. Adhere to all CDR agency policies and procedures. Other duties as assigned or required. Qualifications: Must be fluent in American Sign Language (ASL). Must have high school diploma or GED. Must be at least 18 years old. One year of experience working with Deaf individuals preferred in the human services field. Ability to comprehend and communicate through written dialogue. Customer Services Principles. Organizational Representation. Knowledge of Deaf and Deaf-Blind Culture. Working knowledge of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 as it relates to communication and potential communication barriers and accommodations. Have good written communication skills. Have the ability to meet the individuals’ needs. Ability to get along with individuals of all backgrounds. Ability to be flexible and be able to handle unknown situations. Ability to tolerate individuals and activities from various cultural backgrounds. Ability to be flexible and work varying hours depending on the needs of consumers. Essential Functions/Physical Requirements: The Job Duties are representative of the essential functions of the position. The physical requirements for this position are those typically present in normal office environment conditions. Operational flexibility is required to meet sudden and unpredictable needs. Reliable transportation is necessary as there may be local day business travel required of this position. To apply: http://www.cdrnys.org or email your resume to employment@cdrnys.org.

 

XXXXXXX Independent Living Accessibility and TRAID Specialist
Regional Center for Independent Living; Location: Rochester, NY

Regional Center for Independent Living (RCIL) is a disability led, not-for-profit, non-residential organization that provides services and advocacy to people with disabilities and seniors. RCIL supports individuals’ independence by providing information and assistance for housing, transportation, home care, securing benefits and other services. RCIL advocates for the full integration, independence, and civil rights of people with disabilities. Job Summary: With general supervision, provides information and referral, Community Education and Awareness, home modifications supports, and advocacy. Provides ongoing services to assist individuals with accessibility, E-mods, equipment, technology, adult and early intervention equipment and accommodations.  Responsible for assuring timely delivery of services and file maintenance. Utilizes the Independent Living Philosophy and RCIL’s mission statement. Essential Job duties: Service to Consumers and the Public: Responds in a professional and timely manner to accessibility related inquiries, Early Intervention inquiries, adult equipment and accommodations inquiries, E-mod referrals, ADA site surveys and provides technical support/training for business accessibility audits. Provides Accessibility outreach to businesses and other agencies in the community. Maintains outreach, attends TRAID quarterly meetings and provides support to early intervention providers in Monroe and surrounding counties. Ability to present and teach classes, ability to demonstrate equipment, technology, and accessibility to consumers. Be an accessibility resource for internal and external agencies. Maintains and updates equipment entry into database for consumer tracking for reports and cataloging. Maintains the TRAID inventory and the loan closet, MFP supplies and inventory, tracks and solicits donations and recycling of inventory. Ability to supervise, build, provide compliance and manage portable ramp construction projects and recycling of modular ramps. Documentation: Documents all contacts or interaction with consumers. Ability to write goal plans for independent living consumers and updates as needed. Provide supervisor with detailed and accurate reports as requested in a timely manner, including ACCES-VR mid-year, ACCES-VR annual and internal quarterly as well as bi-monthly board reports and TRAID reports. Complete satisfaction surveys with consumers served by the program, document satisfaction for TRAID reports. Documents and bills for services rendered – OPWDD e-mods, ACCESS to Home, and other billable resources. Ensure goals and objectives outlined in ACCES-VR, TRAID, and 704 reports that pertain to accessibility are completed each year and are reported on. Program Development: Directly responsible for input into the development of services provided by RCIL’s Accessibility Program. Be involved in other grant and fee for service funding opportunities in the community for accessibility services for long term sustainability and growth.  Engage in development of marketing materials related to accessibility services and complete outreach efforts to market available services. Any additional tasks as determined by supervisor. Qualifications: Associates degree in Human Services or related fields and one year knowledge of community based services and public benefits and a strong commitment to promote and advocate for the full integration of individuals with disabilities. Has creativity and comfort in dealing with a wide range of diverse individuals and situations. Familiar with construction, environmental modifications, blue prints, home modifications, ramps, and accessible equipment.  Able to maintain and repair equipment.  Ability to organize a large amount of equipment and supplies.  Reliable means of transportation. Work environment: Office and community. Essential Functions/Physical Requirements: The Job Duties are representative of the essential functions of the position. The physical requirements for this position are those typically present in normal office environment conditions. Operational flexibility is required to meet sudden and unpredictable needs. Reliable transportation is necessary as there may be local day business travel required of this position. To apply: http://www.cdrnys.org or email your resume to employment@cdrnys.org

 

XXXXXX Teaching Assistant
Rochester City School District; Location: Rochester, NY

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS: Teaching Assistants provide instructional support services to students under the direct supervision of a highly qualified teacher.  This means:  (a) the teacher must plan instructional activities that the teaching assistant carries out; (b) the teacher must evaluate the achievement of the students with whom the paraprofessional is working; (c) the teaching assistant must work in close and frequent physical proximity to the teacher; and (d) the supervising teacher must be highly qualified.  Teaching Assistants provide direct instructional support to students as they develop social, communication and academic skills.  Teaching Assistants assist in devising and implementing a motivational and behavior management system. Teaching Assistants ensure that any intervention/ strategies are conveyed to the teacher while assisting in the implementation of those intervention strategies. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Works with classroom teacher to plan and implement daily activities and prepare individualized materials for students. Provides assistance to teachers and students by demonstrating tasks and intervention strategies for all tasks. Assists in providing 1:1 instruction in a firm, consistent, supportive environment in a cooperative effort with the classroom teacher.  Responsible for instruction of students consistent with IEP.  (1:1 tutoring only to eligible students and is scheduled at a time when the student would not otherwise receive instruction from a teacher.) Utilizes visual cues including symbols, pictures and simple sign language. Assists classroom teacher in implementing the Individualized Educational Program and Behavior Intervention Plans and strategies for students exhibiting unique communication, emotional, behavioral and learning needs. Identifies students who need intervention and will be targeted for intervention for that day. Assists with maintaining records, materials and equipment. Monitors and documents students’ progress   (each student should have an individual folder for their progress graphs, attendance history, “points sheets”, and behavioral and/or management problems). Communicates effectively with the instructional team including classroom teacher, other professional staff, and parents. Ensures that the work environment is safe and accessible and that each work station is ready for student learning. Assists in arrival and dismissal of students in or outside of the school building. Assists in computer instruction. Teaching Assistant responds to any other duties as directed by the building Principal. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: A High School Diploma; 6 credit hours at hire and 18 credits in order to get tenure; Passed LAST or NYSATAS; Complete Child Abuse Identification Workshop; Completed School Violence Workshop; NYS Fingerprinting (RCSD will pay fingerprinting cost for employees selected for Teaching Assistant positions or reimburse employees if they have already paid). Those selected must maintain NYS certification while in title or face reassignment to Teaching Aide position. To apply: http://www.rcsdk12.org and go to the employment site.

 

XXXXXX Paraprofessional (10 months)
Rochester City School District; Location: Rochester, NY

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:  This is an important position in which the incumbent performs a variety of tasks with the objective of assisting the educational programs which benefit Rochester City School District students, Grades Pre-K-12. Responsibilities may include supervision of students.  Reports to School Principal or his/her designated administrator.  Does related work as required. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: May: Assist with supervision of students during study hall periods; Supervise students for brief periods to provide teachers with unassigned times; Assist with supervision of students in school corridors; Act as liaison between school, home and community agencies. Assist classroom teachers in the following tasks which may include, but are not limited to: proctoring/administration of tests; supervision of students on playgrounds; behavior management; preparation of instructional support materials; reading stories; collecting and arranging resources for teaching; assisting students in performing activities initiated by the teacher; assisting students who missed instruction due to absence; listening to oral readings by students; conducting small group activities; correcting homework and workbooks; assisting students with writing assignments; preparation of instructional support materials; providing small group or individual assistance with remediation and/or acceleration activities; assist in arrival and dismissal of students in or outside of the school building. FULL PERFORMANCE KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:  Working knowledge of a school environment; ability to follow oral and written instructions; ability to provide instructions that students can comprehend; ability to work well with students, school personnel and public; ability to maintain records; patience; dependability; good judgment; tact; health commensurate with the demands of the position. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  A high school education diploma or GED and preferably one year’s experience with children. NOTE:  Additional experience can be substituted for the educational requirement on a year-to-year basis. To apply: http://www.rcsdk12.org and go to the employment site.

 

XXXXXX Per Diem Teachers
Rochester City School District; Location: Rochester, NY

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Under the general supervision of building principals, assistant principals and/or their designees, and in as efficiently, safely and completely a manner possible, the Per Diem Teacher provides continuity of quality instruction to RCSD students during the absence of the regular teacher. Adheres to all RCSD policies and procedures to which regular teachers are subjected, as well as those outlined in the handbook and the current contractual agreement between the City School District of Rochester and the Per Diem Substitute Unit of the Rochester Teachers Association. Follows, as completely as possible, established routines and procedures of the school and classroom to which assigned and establishes and attempts to achieve classroom goals and objectives developed by the absent teacher. Assumes responsibility for maintaining classroom discipline, not only while delivering curriculum, but also during lunch and recess periods when needed.  Informs the absent teacher (via written communication) of classroom activities, i.e. work completed, homework assigned, any problems which occurred and methods used to solve them.  Performs other related duties as assigned by school building administrators. CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: No certificate is offered by New York State specifically for per diem teaching.  Any New York State certificate allows an individual to work as a Per Diem Teacher. There are three (3) categories of Per Diems: Persons holding valid certificates may Per Diem for any length of time in any area. Persons without certification but who are preparing to be certified may teach for any length of time in any area.  Persons who do not hold a valid teaching certificate may teach if they are “completing collegiate study towards certification, at the rate of not less than six semester hours per school year.”  A copy of transcripts or test scores must be sent to the Substitute Management Division each semester or each time the test is taken. Persons without certification and who are not preparing to become certified are limited to a maximum of 40 days per year. Per Diems employed for long-term absences are expected to hold or be working toward certification in the specific field or area in which they are substituting.  For details of the requirement, see Commissioner’s Regulations 80-8.5. To apply: http://www.rcsdk12.org and go to the employment site.

 

XXXXXX Washroom Operator
Dr. Pepper Snapple Group; Location: Williamson, NY

The Wash Room Operator is responsible for operating washers, sizers, peelers and all associated 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 $20.27 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: Operate equipment as necessary to maximize fruit yield, optimize utilities usage, and minimize waste. Communicates to dumping area, mechanics and supervisor on operating conditions. Ensure productivity by adhering to corporate manufacturing practices, standard operating procedures, critical control points and safety practices. Perform basic preventative maintenance, mechanical repairs, and line sanitation as required. Ensure finished products meet quality specifications by accurately conducting online quality checks. Manually records data through chart recording, and makes necessary process adjustments based on data findings. 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). 2 years prior experience with operation of high-speed production machinery, monitoring of product quality, and/or preventative maintenance/mechanical troubleshooting. Lift, push and pull a minimum of 50lbs repeatedly. Dr Pepper Snapple Group, Inc. (NYSE: DPS) is the leading producer of flavored beverages in North America and the Caribbean. Our success is fueled by more than 50 brands that are synonymous with refreshment, fun and flavor. We have 6 of the top 10 non-cola soft drinks, and 11 of our 14 leading brands are No. 1 in their flavor categories. In addition to our flagship Dr Pepper and Snapple brands, our portfolio includes Sunkist soda, 7UP, A&W, Canada Dry, Crush, Mott's, Squirt, Hawaiian Punch, Peñafiel, Clamato, Schweppes, Rose's and Mr. & Mrs. T mixers. Dr Pepper Snapple Group is an equal opportunity employer and affirmatively seeks diversity in its workforce. Dr Pepper Snapple Group recruits qualified applicants and advances in employment its employees without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, genetic information, ethnic or national origin, marital status, veteran status, or any other status protected by law. EOE Minorities/ Females/ Protected Veterans/ Disabled. Click here to apply online for consideration. 

 

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APRIL 15, 2016 HOT JOBS

 

NY1166025 Physical Therapist
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Webster, NY

Develops and revises plan of treatments& discharge plan in conjunction with patient, family, physician, care delivery team & 3rd party payors including obtaining medical orders& approval of physical therapy services. Provides an environment which promotes respect for the patients, their privacy, confidentiality, & property. Initiates appropriate rehabilitative program. Consults with & educates the patient, family & other team members regarding disease process, self care techniques& preventive strategies.  Implements home therapy  programs including but not limited to:  gait training, transfers, ADL's, home modification, care, & use of equipment. Periodically evaluates patient's progress and makes necessary adjustments to physical therapy program. Instruct para-professional staff in body mechanics, use of equipment, bed mobility, transfers, gait patterns, home exercise program, etc. Directs, coordinates, evaluates, and supervises the quality of patient care services provided by the Home Health Agency, including the clinical supervision of Home Health Aides. Interacts with patients, physicians, referral sources, and others in a manner conducive to continued positive relationships. Displays an exemplary level of patience, courtesy, and tact. Supports Care Management philosophy. This includes collaborative customer focused planning, and case management designed to meet individual health and service needs and promote quality and cost effective outcomes. Participates in regularly scheduled patient conferences with HHA's, nurses, therapists and MSW's for the purpose of discussing patient care, patient/family problems & to ensure comprehensive coordinated plan of treatment. Rotates responsibility for PT Team Coordinator. Cooperatively assists in the orientation of new rehabilitation personnel. Performs other duties& responsibilities as assigned to support the efficient operation of their team, group, SD and discipline. Assures the completion of all appropriate clinical records needed for compliance with state& federal legislation & the delivery of seamless service within established timeframes. Refers to appropriate community agencies/resources via Care Management System (CMS). Maintains current knowledge of all available VNS & community based services. Demonstrates flexibility, enthusiasm, & willingness to cooperate while working with customers & others whose support is necessary. Ensures problem resolution at the point of contact. Makes constructive recommendations to members of the VNS team regarding ways to improve quality of patient care, general operation of the care teams & external customer service. Sets example of integrity. Assists Group Leader & SDU V.P. in routinely monitoring & participating with customers in identifying potential new programs & services. Ensures patient's needs are met through the care delivery process and responds to customer needs in a manner that meets or exceed requirements. Ensures authorization & release of information form has been signed by patient or responsible party. Ensures practices, standards & behaviors meet agency performance competencies (Competencies forthcoming). Participates in the attainment of the Service Delivery Groups & Unit operational & financial objectives. Monitors results, progress & takes corrective action on quality indicators, including the level of customer satisfaction with the Physical Therapist function. To apply: http://www.vnsnet.com

 

 

NY1166027 Care Manager
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Webster, NY

FUNCTION: Provide telephonic assessments of members' medical, psychosocial, physical and spiritual needs. Develop, implement and monitor care plan, and ensure continuity of care across all healthcare settings by collaborating with the interdisciplinary team, PCP, member/members representatives, and specialists. Utilizes benefit structure and community based resources to meet members' needs.  Educates members' on disease processes, preventative health and quality of life interventions.                RESPONSIBILITIES: Authorizes/completes/updates plan of care based on assessment and includes community based resources when available. Documents all requests, outcome and notification in care management data base. Informs members of benefits, eligibility, healthy life styles and other info as needed. Responds to members condition/sentinel events. Participates in and presents cases at team meetings. Identifies appropriate internals and community resources to meet member needs.   Collaborates with interdisciplinary team. Receives and coordinates notification of all acute admissions and discharges. Communicates and coordinates with vendors. Responds promptly to inquiries. Data input. Researches, updates and maintains integrity of files. QUALIFICATIONS: NY State Licensed Registered Nurse (BSN preferred). Minimum three years nursing experience as Care Coordinator/Case Manager in Managed Care environment or Community Health. Working knowledge of Medicare and Medicaid regulations. Prior experience in an interdisciplinary service delivery environment. Strong assessment and comprehensive care planning skills. Ability to work independently. Strong organizational, interpersonal and communication skills. Strong problem solving and crisis intervention skills. Apply: http://www.vnsnet.com

 

 

NY1163352 Home Health Care Manager
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Webster, NY

RESPONSIBILITIES: Identify training needs and conduct necessary up-front analysis to measure training impact and results on all levels. Conducts follow up studies of all completed training to evaluate and measure results and modify program as needed. Develop, coordinate and participate in new Health Home Care Manager orientation to ensure knowledge and compliance with regulatory standards and Health Home policies and procedures. Develop competency-based programs through identification of knowledge and skill deficiencies. Differentiate and define operational or systems barriers influencing behavior/ performance. Demonstrate customer responsiveness in educational programming and serve as educational consultant for activities to influence quality Health Home client care and promote Health Home Care Manager growth and development. Maintain continuous professional development and state of the art capability in training and other organization development methodologies. Seek and apply new training methods and tools through scholarly journals, contacts with education institutions & training organizations and attending workshops & seminars. Responsible for the Key Performance Indicators (KPI's) established by their manager. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Nursing, or related human services field required. Master's Degree in Social Work or related human services field with Certification in Education or extensive training experience preferred. Minimum of three years of organizational/staff development experience. Demonstrated knowledge of instructional design/curriculum, development, and adult learning methodologies. Minimum of two years recent experience in health care setting required. Care Management with Community Outreach/Resource development experience preferred. Excellent presentation and facilitation skills. Exceptional interpersonal and written/verbal communications skills and ability to work with all levels of the organization. Dedicated to excellence and person centered care. Proficient in Word, PowerPoint, Excel and Internet based training methods. To apply: http://www.vnsnet.com

 

 

XXXXXX Hospice Evaluator
Visiting Nurse Service; Location: Webster, NY

FUNCTION: Evaluates, admits and coordinates Hospice services. REPORTS TO: Director of Hospice and Palliative Care. HOURS: Full Time. RELATIONSHIPS: Families and caregivers, physicians, hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, vendors, contract and community agencies, and numerous other VNS departments. RESPONSIBILITIES: Standard: Duties of the registered nurse. The registered nurse makes the initial evaluation visit, regularly reevaluates the patient's nursing needs, initiates the plan of care and necessary revisions, furnishes those services requiring substantial and specialized nursing skill, initiates appropriate preventive and rehabilitative nursing procedures, prepares clinical and progress notes, coordinates services, informs the physician and other personnel of changes in the patient's condition and needs, counsels the patient and family in meeting nursing and related needs, participates in in-service programs, and supervises and teaches other nursing personnel. Participates and assures that Hospice services are consistent with the agency vision, mission, values and strategic goals and meet customer needs. Evaluates patient eligibility for Hospice admission and on-going service based on the Conditions of Participation and recommends acceptance into hospice program or referral to other health care services/programs. Evaluates and admits cases same day, as much as possible.  Coordinates all the initial care needs and makes referrals as needed.         Develops and revises hospice plan of care in conjunction with patient, family, physician, hospice medical director and IDG, including obtaining medical orders and approval of medical services. This plan and visit frequency is based on patient and family needs. Works closely with hospice medical director and hospice leadership on issues concerning the evaluation process, admission and patient eligibility criteria.  Acts as patient and family advocate regarding end of life care. Ensures comprehensive assessment, coordination and education of end of life care and continually re-evaluates and anticipates the changing patient/family needs. Assures the completion of all appropriate electronic clinical documentation needed for compliance with state and federal regulations and the delivery of seamless service within established timeframes. Laptops must be used in the care setting. Directs, coordinates, evaluates and supervises the quality of patient care services provided by the Home Health Aides, including clinical supervision.  Provides a supportive and inclusive environment for home health aides. Promotes the VNS image by adhering to the dress code policy. Provides in-service education programs and markets the hospice program within the community and health care systems. Promotes positive, supportive, respectful communication to all internal and external customers. Act as preceptor and works with new staff, students and medical staff as needed. Rotates responsibility for coverage in the community, nursing home and hospital settings. Demonstrates willingness to flex work hours based on patient need. Will participate in regular on-call scheduling for evenings, nights, weekends and holidays. Contributes to an environment of professional growth, learning, trust and mutual respect for all employees. Practices regular employee recognition. Recognizes personal worth of others. Recognizes team members and significant contributions. Encourages others to have fun and celebrate accomplishments. Promotes the recognition, respect and celebration of the diversity of our workforce. Participates in education including orientation, in-service training programs and self-development. Demonstrates commitment, professional growth and competency. Participates in professional organizations, continuing education opportunities and shares acquired knowledge with team members. Hospice and Palliative Care Certification within 2 years of hire is preferred. Responsible for the Key Performance Indicators (KPI’s) established by their manager. QUALIFICATIONS: A graduate of an approved school of professional nursing, who is a Licensed New York State RN with a minimum of one year of experience as a clinical nurse in a hospital or home care agency or BSN and a minimum of 6 months experience in hospital or homecare. Excellent communication (oral and written) and interviewing skills. Good organizational skills. Occasional extras hours in the evening and on the weekends in client’s homes. Must be available for regular on-call schedule. Local travel to and from client’s homes with regular access to a car required. To apply: http://www.vnsnet.com

 

 

NY1166465 Maintenance Electro Mechanical Technician
Thermo Fisher Scientific; Location: Rochester

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: Observes all company safety rules and regulations when performing work. Required to be knowledgeable of OSHA standards and other occupational hazards. Works from equipment specifications, drawings, sketches and verbal instructions. Ability to effectively manage time and meet all specified deadlines. Disassembles mechanical devices such as resin screws, barrels, cylinders, valves, pumps, gearboxes to remove defective parts and make lasting repairs. Uses hoists, cranes, hand tools, power tools and occasionally fabricated fixtures. Reassembles mechanical devices and installs new parts. Sets up and operates drill press, grinders, welders, mills, lathes and other metal working tools to fabricate and repair parts. Must have personal hand tools and toolbox. Follow all lock out / tag out procedures. Identify and problem solving equipment malfunctions and root cause defects and quickly implementing corrective actions. Contact vendors to place orders for spare / replacement parts, supplies, tools and completing all necessary documentation. Operation of all types of material handling vehicles including fork trucks and scissor lifts. Must be available to work overtime. QUALIFICATIONS: Associate Degree in Electrical or Mechanical Technology preferred. Other equivalent training and work experience will be considered. Electrical/Mechanical Maintenance experience in a manufacturing environment. Must have extensive Hydraulic (Servo Hydraulic) and Pneumatic systems troubleshooting and repair experience. Must be able to do mechanical troubleshooting, electrical, and electronic repairs. Knowledge of plastic molding equipment is desired. Must have excellent communication skills, work in a team environment and the ability to train and provide guidance to others. Ability to lift/move heavy objects, bend, reach, kneel, climb ladders and stand for extended periods. Licensed to operate all types of material handling vehicles including fork trucks and scissor lifts. Must have extensive electrical control system and PLC experience, preferable with Allen Bradley. Must work with a customer and quality focus. Second and third shifts available. To apply: Yasmine.dupreez@Thermofisher.com   

 

 

XXXXXX Application Developer/Analyst
ConServe; Location: Fairport, NY

If you’re looking for a stable, lucrative, opportunity and the chance to develop your career, ConServe is the place for you! Here’s why! 100% ConServe paid Individual Medical and Family Dental & Vision Insurance. Competitive wages + Best in Class, Annual Bonus Opportunity. 401K Plan with company match at 6 months. Generous Paid Time Off Plan. A Global Top 125 Training Award Winner. Tuition Reimbursement. 65% of promotion opportunities are filled internally. Rochester Business Ethics Award Recipient & accredited by the Better Business Bureau. On the Rochester Top 100 Fastest Growing Companies List for over a decade. Repeatedly recognized on the Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Companies List. Repeatedly voted a “Best Places to Work in Collections” – insideARM. SUMMARY OF POSITION:  Enhances staff accomplishments and competence by providing technical and procedural mentoring / guidance for less experienced team members. Creates, enhances and maintains custom and COTS applications. Develops relationships with business counterparts, facilitating and collaborating on the resolution of business issues. Takes the time to understand business drivers, recommending technical solutions to solve business problems. KEY SKILLS, ABILITIES & REQUIREMENTS: Five (5) years of experience in an applications development role. Three (3) years of experience in ETL development with the SSIS toolset preferred. Experience writing and troubleshooting complex SQL queries preferred. Strong experience with MS SQL Server working with a relational database management system as a developer preferred. Knowledge of SSRS or Crystal reporting and C# is preferred. Demonstrated ability to work independently and multitask with limited supervision contributing as a team player. Ability to obtain and maintain company sponsored Government Security Clearance. No conflicts of interest with ConServe or our Clients. See posting online at www.ConServeJobs.com for additional requirements Continental Service Group, Inc., d/b/a ConServe endeavors to make www.conserve-arm.com  accessible to any and all users. If you would like to contact us regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance completing the application process, please contact our Recruiting Department at: 585-421-1000, extension: 2277 or by emailing: jgehrlein@conserve-arm.com. To learn more & apply, interested candidates should visit www.ConServeJobs.com & select the Application Developer/Analyst position.

 

 

NY1166484 Medical/Counseling Front Desk Receptionist
St. Joseph’s Neighborhood Center, Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

We are currently seeking a full-time MEDICAL FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST. St. Joseph’s Neighborhood Center provides comprehensive health care, counseling and social work services to individuals and families who lack access to health insurance. Fluency in Spanish is desirable. The MEDICAL FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST job responsibilities include: Answering multiline phones, greeting and directing visitors, providing general information to visitors and callers. Patient registration, scheduling appointments within practitioners’ parameters on a computer scheduler, checking patients in and out, collecting payments. Other related hospitality/reception responsibilities. Candidate must have a minimum of an Associates Degree in a related field and three years experience in reception at an office or medical setting. A full job description will be provided to finalists. Required skills include: Demonstrated ability to communicate in spoken and written form, professionally, accurately, and effectively with culturally diverse groups of individuals. Familiarity with computers and general office equipment, including multi-line phone systems. Ability to understand and adhere to policies, especially in matters of patient/client confidentiality. Ability to multi-task and prioritize, to work accurately and efficiently. Ability to work well under pressure: exhibit a patient and calm demeanor with a demonstrated ability to assess and diffuse difficult situations, and demonstrate comfort with defining and enforcing clear boundaries. Experience with Electronic Health Record systems or scheduling systems is desirable. This is a permanent, full time position, during the business hours of Monday through Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm. To apply: Qualified candidates who would like to join our team please submit your resume to Jim Bridges at jbridges@sjncenter.org

 

 

NY1166919 Gift Shop Sales Clerk
Seneca Park Zoo Society; Location: Rochester, NY

POSITION DESCRIPTION SUMMARY: The Gift Shop Sales Clerk provides customer service to members and visitors at the Zoo. DUTIES: Greet all visitors in the ZooShop and provide customer service. Operate cash register for sales transactions. Intake and price merchandise. Stock and restock merchandise in Gift Shop. Maintain and seasonally change store displays. Keep a neat and clean store. Other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: Demonstrate strong cashier, customer service and communication skills. Sales experience preferred. Computer competency required. Flexible schedule. Ability to work well with team members and switch tasks as need requires. PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Ability to work standing for extended periods of time. Some lifting < 20 lbs. All interested applicants must submit a current resume and cover letter describing their qualifications as they relate to the duties of the position. Electronic copies are encouraged and may be submitted to: zooshop@senecazoo.org  with the phrase Sales Clerk Search in the subject line or by hard copy to Sue DeCaro, Gift Shop Manager, Seneca Park Zoo, 2222 St. Paul Street, Rochester NY 14621. All applications must be received by April 29, 2016.  The Seneca Park Zoo Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

NY1167080 Zoo Teen Coordinator
Seneca Park Zoo Society; Location: Rochester, NY

Department: Education. Direct Supervisor: Manager of Formal Programs. FLSA Status: Non-Exempt Full-time/Part-time: Seasonal, 10-32 hours per week, primarily July and August with additional dates in May and June. Must be available weekends and occasional weeknights. The Seneca Park Zoo Society is pleased to announce an available position for ZooTeen Coordinator. The ZooTeen Coordinator is primarily responsible for overseeing all aspects of a summer program that engages teens, ages 12-18, in educational programming at the zoo. The ZooTeen Coordinator is one of two staff who work together to cover 7 days a week of teen programming. The Seneca Park Zoo Society seeks a dynamic and energetic individual to assist in the daily operation of the summer ZooTeen program. The successful candidate will be directly responsible for co-conducting interviews for more than 100 ZooTeen applicants, co-planning training workshops, hosting family events, and supervising 30-35 ZooTeens each day. The coordinator will lead daily morning meetings and assist teens in daily set up, as well as monitor teens throughout each work day to ensure they have sufficient supplies and are staying on task. Applicants must have a minimum of a 4-yr. degree plus related experience in both education and environmental science. Must have experience and a passion for working with teens. Must be good with conflict resolution, and possess excellent communication, organization, and problem solving skills. Knowledge of conservation issues, familiarity with zoo-based program development and evaluation highly desirable. Certified teachers encouraged to apply. All interested applicants must submit an application downloaded from our Web site (with resume and a cover letter). Electronic copies are encouraged and may be submitted to sshaw@senecazoo.org  with ZooTeen Coordinator in the subject line; Fax to (585) 342-1477; or by hard copy to Sara Shaw, Manager of Formal Programs, Seneca Park Zoo Society, 2222 St. Paul Street, Rochester, NY 14621. All applications must be received by 5 p.m. April 28, 2016.  The Seneca Park Zoo Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

XXXXXX Case Manager-Housing (Bi-lingual, Spanish)
YWCA; Location: Rochester, NY

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

 

 

XXXXXX Case Manager-Housing (Bi-lingual, Spanish)
YWCA; Location: Rochester, NY

The YWCA of Rochester and Monroe County has served women and girls in our community for over 130 years. We serve more than 1000 women and children each year by providing emergency housing, preparing young mothers to become excellent parents, to lead healthy, productive lives and achieve success in school and at work. The YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all. We believe the key to real and lasting change is to engage our community in conversations on critical social issues, allowing us gain new perspectives and appreciation for the richness and benefits of diversity. Our goal is to create greater awareness of racism and provide opportunities for engagement, education, and encouragement to change attitudes and behaviors one person and one encounter at a time. The Director, New Business Development will lead and manage the YWCA’s racial and social justice initiatives that bring transformative change at individual, institutional and systemic levels. This position will have direct interaction with prospective and existing customers, partners, and internal supports to coordinate service delivery and promotional materials. This position reports to the President and Chief Executive Officer. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:  Leads revenue generation through sales and marketing to individuals, corporations and institutions in the Rochester community focused on delivering trainings on race & diversity. Develops and implements a business plan that increases the reach of existing programs and supports future program development. Provides for the development, delivery, launch and pricing of high quality trainings and measurement of their impact. Develops and maintains relationships with customers, serves as liaison to funding partners, community networks and state and national organizations particularly organizations focused on racial & diversity to further transformative change. Builds relationships with YWCA USA and local YWCA’s to develop markets for replicating race & diversity training program. Promotes program initiatives as a path to measurable transformative change at individual, institutional and systemic levels.  Manages preparation of grants, budgets and funder reports. Develops, manages, and evaluates annual agency strategic objectives, measures, and goals related to racial justice. Provides leadership, direction, and administrative oversight to the training operations of the YWCA. Contributes to the mission, vision and strategy for the YWCA as a key member of the YWCA’s leadership team. Creates an inclusive work environment where diversity is valued and everyone is given the opportunity to realize their full potential. KEY COMPETENCIES: Managing Mission, Vision and Purpose; Strategic Agility; Perspective;  Business Acumen; Interpersonal Skills and Political Savvy; Writing, speaking and presentation skills; Approachability; Creating Followers; Motivating Others; Ethics and Values; Managerial Courage & Accountability; Persistence; Persuasive Communication. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Public Speaking; Cultural Competency; Strong knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and Outlook. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s Degree (Masters preferred) in Business, Social Policy, Education, Public Administration, or Human Service related field and at least 5-8 years’ successful experience in prospecting and sales, business plan development, influential relationship building and service delivery or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge of and passion for racial justice and diversity. Excellent written communication skills and ability to deal smoothly and effectively with a diverse public. Experience in training, management, budgeting and supervision. Work hours will include evenings and week-ends from time to time. Must possess a valid NYSDL and have access to a vehicle. Click here to apply online.

 

 

DE1586910 Diesel Mechanic Assistant
Waste Management; Location: Webster, NY

Waste Management (WM), a Fortune 250 company, is the leading provider of comprehensive waste and environmental services in North America. We are strongly committed to a foundation of operating excellence, professionalism and financial strength. WM serves nearly 25 million customers in residential, commercial, industrial and municipal markets throughout North America through a network of collection operations, transfer stations, landfills, recycling facilities and waste-based energy production projects. Tired of just doing preventative maintenance or working only on engines? Are you ready to take the next step and work on equipment that requires a high level of skill - hydraulics, electrical, diagnostics - using modern maintenance practices and technologies? Are you looking for that right opportunity which will allow you to use and be rewarded for your skills and ability, and provide opportunity for growth? Our technicians are trained to provide superior maintenance on both diesel equipment and, at some locations, on our growing fleet of CNG trucks. We care about our technician’s safety and show it by demanding solid safety practices of all our technicians and managers. Pride, safety, training, growth, opportunity, great benefits, rewards – check us out, we may be the company for you. Job Summary: Waste Management of Webster, NY is looking for a Diesel Mechanic Assistant to perform preventative maintenance and other related tasks on our fleet of trucks in the evenings. A Mechanic assistant can perform such duties as inspection, diagnosis and repair of electrical, hydraulic, suspension, brake and air systems on vehicles and equipment. Performs preventive maintenance inspection (PMI); troubleshoots, repairs, on vehicles and equipment. Ensures accurate diagnosis and effective repair and/or replacement of components. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform the following tasks. Performs all work in accordance with established safety procedures. Performs minor repairs and assigned preventive maintenance services. Completes required paperwork utilizing fleet maintenance software program associated with repairing vehicles, documenting parts usage, and accounting for repair times. Assists in the repair and adjustment of equipment. Washes vehicles and equipment. Conducts safety checks on vehicles. Assists senior technicians in the completion of project work. Assists with service calls for breakdowns. Performs other maintenance related work as required. Maintains a clean, safe work area in compliance with Corporate / OSHA Standards. Supervisory Responsibilities: This job has no supervisory duties. Qualifications: The requirements listed below are representative of the qualifications necessary to perform the job. Education and Experience: Education: Not required. Experience: No prior work experience required. Certificates, Licenses, Registrations or Other Requirements: Valid driver’s license and must have a clean driving record. Must be at least 18 years of age. Legally eligible to work in the United States. Ability to perform physical requirements of the position with or without reasonable accommodations. Successfully complete pre-employment drug screen, physical, and background check, which will include previous employment check, criminal history and motor vehicle record review.  Other Knowledge, Skills or Abilities Required: None required. Work Environment: Listed below are key points regarding environmental demands and work environment of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Required to use motor coordination with finger dexterity (such as keyboarding, machine operation, etc) most of the work day; Required to exert physical effort in handling objects less than pounds most of the work day; Required to be exposed to physical occupational risks (such as cuts, burns, exposure to toxic chemicals, etc) often; Required to be exposed to physical environment which involves dirt, odors, noise, weather extremes or similar elements often; Normal setting for this job is: repair/maintenance shop. Note: The level of physical effort may vary from site to site and in some cases be greater or lesser than documented here. Benefits: At Waste Management, each eligible employee receives a competitive total compensation package including Medical, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance and Short Term Disability. As well as a Stock Purchase Plan, Company match on 401K, and more! Our employees also receive Paid Vacation, Holidays, and Personal Days. Please note that benefits may vary by site. If this sounds like the opportunity that you have been looking for, please click here to apply online.

 

 

NY1166911 Screw Machinist
Lexington Machining; Location: Rochester, NY

Sets up and operates one or more multiple spindle screw machines, as directed, equipped with automatic indexing and feeding mechanisms to perform turning, boring, threading, and facing operations on metal bar stock. Analyzes specifications and determines tooling requirements according to knowledge of screw machine operations. Plans the sequencing of machine operation by studying the blueprint and other specification information, and visualizing the required machining part dimensions and permissible tolerances. Decides on station and timing of each operation to assure efficient use of tools and time by visualizing the movements of machine parts, work pieces and tools in each operation in relationship to each other. Verifies cutting speeds, feed rates, depth of cuts, and cutting tools to be used based on knowledge of metal properties and shop mathematics and machine experience. Installs collets, bushings, and stock pushers in stock feeding mechanism, using wrenches and screwdrivers. Installs and verifies cams and gears and adjusts stops to control stock and tool movements at each station. Positions and secures tools in tool holders verifying positions with gauges and other measuring instruments. Manually moves machine through the cycle, stopping the machine and adjusting tool positions and machine controls to allow for such factors as timing, clearance between moving parts, and chip removal. Reviews set-up to ensure that appropriate safety guards and switches are in place. Starts machine, observes operation, and verifies conformance to specifications of first piece sample using instruments such as plug and ring gauges, calipers, and micrometers; operates machine for a designated period of time to ensure conformity to the part specifications. Operates bench and surface grinders to sharpen tools and replaces worn tools as required. Utilizes statistical process control techniques in setting up and operating the machines. QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: To perform this job successfully, 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 otherwise qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. High school graduate or GED or the equivalent level knowledge and capability in reading, writing, physics, technology fundamentals, communications, and applied mathematics (shop math). Demonstrated mechanical aptitude and physical dexterity, including proficiency in determining spatial relationships pertaining to complicated machines, tools, and machine parts. A minimum of one year experience in the precision manufacturing/machining industry, as a machine operator (screw machine preferred) for Level I and a minimum of five years of screw machine. Please apply at Lexington Machining, 677 Buffalo Rd, Rochester, NY 14611 or email Kconnell@lexingtonmachining.com

 

 

XXXXXX Tooling Engineer
Lexington Machining; Location: Rochester, NY

We are seeking an Engineer with direct experience with multi-spindle automatic screw machine and rotary transfer type production equipment. Must have tool design, process development, and problem solving experience for these types of manufacturing processes. Minimum 10 years of experience, preferably in the machining of aluminum and stainless steel. Familiarity with Solidworks is a plus. Please apply at Lexington Machining, 677 Buffalo Rd, Rochester, NY 14611 or email Kconnell@lexingtonmachining.com

 

Woodcliff Hotel & Spa is currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Engineer II/Maintenance Technician
  • House Attendant/ Houseperson
  • Night Auditor
  • Spa Massage Therapist
  • Restaurant Supervisor
  • Housekeeping Supervisor
  • Spa Cosmetologist
  • Lifeguard
  • Greens Keeper
  • Laundry Attendant
  • Convention Services Manager
  • Nail Technician
  • Host/Hostess
  • Busser
  • Banquet Server
  • Public Attendant
  • Server
  • Room Service Attendant
  • Esthetician / Makeup Artist
  • Room Attendant / Housekeeper
  • Health Club Attendant
  • Sales Manager
  • Bellperson
  • Line Cook
  • House Attendant / Houseperson

For job descriptions and to apply: http://www.hospitalityonline.com/

 

 

Hampton Inn & Suites Rochester/Victor is currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Night Auditor
  • Front Desk Agent
  • House Attendant / Houseperson
  • Breakfast Ambassador
  • Laundry Attendant
  • Housekeeping Room Attendant

For job descriptions and to apply: http://www.hospitalityonline.com/

 

 

NY1161480 Grants Administrator
Trillium Health; Location: Rochester, NY

Coordinates the completion and submission of federal, state, and local grant proposals to governmental organizations and private foundations. Maintains relationships with external grant managers and program officers of funding bodies. Develops mechanisms and means of tracking to ensure that financial and non-financial data reports, as well as, vouchers are submitted on time to funders. Also prepares internal reports related to grants activity, e.g. updates to the Board. Understands gaps in organizational and program funding and actively searches for new grant opportunities to address these gaps. Bachelors degree required. Proven track record in grant writing including, but not limited to, local and state government grants, federal funding requests, local United Way grants, capacity building proposals, and funding requests to private and family foundations. Minimum of one to two years of grant administration experience preferred. Minimum of one to two years project management experience preferred. Knowledge of grants and grant administration systems, processes, and budgeting. Ability to comprehend and make inferences from written material and systematically compile information to prepare reports; review the work products of others to ensure conformance to standards; communicate orally and in writing; and work effectively with a variety of staff, governmental representatives, and foundation program officers. Highly proficient in Word and Excel. To apply: http://www.trilliumhealth.org

 

 

NY1166518 Community Health Initiatives Support Assistant
Trillium Health; Location: Rochester, NY

Provide clerical support to the Community Health Initiatives Department, which includes collecting, preparing and distributing HIV, HCV and STD prevention program data and related material. Education and/or Experience: Business program degree or a high school diploma with a minimum of one year related experience. Minimum of intermediate level skills in data management and Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and Outlook. Requires accuracy, good judgment, confidentiality and excellent organizational skills. To apply: http://www.trilliumhealth.org

 

 

NY1166506 Care Manager Agency
Trillium Health; Location: Rochester, NY

To provide high quality care management services to client that will assist in reducing avoidable health care costs and improved patient outcomes. To provide appropriate level of care management and/or supportive services, depending on the need of the patient/client. Ensure access and engagement in primary medical, specialist and behavioral health care, supportive services and referrals as needed to ensure continuity of care. Bachelor’s degree in health, human or education services required and a minimum of one year of qualifying experience including case management or casework with persons who have chronic illnesses, a history of mental illness, homelessness or chemical dependence. Computer proficiency is required. Fluency in Spanish and/or ASL preferred. Must be accustomed to diversity. To apply: http://www.trilliumhealth.org

 

 

NY1166505 Registered Nurse
Trillium Health; Location: Rochester, NY

Purpose: The Registered Nurse provides general nursing care to patients of Trillium Health. Detail of Key Job Responsibility Areas: Clinical: Assist staff physicians in delivering patient care. Explain procedures and treatments to patients to gain cooperation, understanding and allay apprehension. Aid physician during examinations and treatments, as requested. Observe patient and record significant reactions/conditions. Notify staff physician of reaction to drugs, treatments. Confer with providers; Assist with written prescriptions, refills, phone-ins to pharmacies, and documentation on medication list in chart. Triage daily patient related telephone calls. Assign priority rating and refer to staff physicians as needed. When appropriate resolve patient problem by communicating care instructions and/or advice. Administer treatments, injections, immunizations; Patient training on self-injection, new medications, or other treatments or issues related to care. As needed, perform duties of Medical Office Assistant taking vitals and updating patient information, collecting samples from patients such as urine. Perform tests such as EKG as required; accurately record information in patient files. . Rotating 24-hour phone-based call system to include urgent patient communications, ED visits, hospital admissions, panic lab values, etc. Rotating Tuesday and Thursday evenings (until 7PM) to cover extended clinic operating hours. Clinical Maintenance: Maintain supplies, including the stocking and ordering of patient specific supplies as needed. Dispose of expired or damaged supplies. Perform routine scheduled inventory of patient medications, sample drugs and injectable medications, O2, and testing of defibrillators. Administrative: Administer employee health information. Administer immunizations and PPD tests as needed. Record results in employee health file. Establish and maintain schedule to ensure all employee information and tests/injections are updated and administered on a timely basis as required by Health Department regulations. Participate in the quality assurance program monthly CQI/QA activities as requested. Participate in clinical team and case management activities. Miscellaneous: Requires the ability to relate to people of diverse backgrounds, cultures, races, sexual orientations and gender identities or expressions. Responsible for maintaining confidentiality of all patient, clients, proprietary, and protected information. Employees are accountable for meeting performance standards of their departments. They participate in compliance audits and quality improvement plans. Other specific duties as assigned. Qualifications: Must possess valid NYS license. Previous experience working in a hospital or clinic setting required. Knowledge of HIV/AIDS extremely helpful. Excellent written/oral communication and computer skills are required. To apply: http://www.trilliumhealth.org\

 

 

NY1166525 Administrative Assistant
Veterans Outreach Center; Location: Rochester, NY

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS: Assist with Human Resource functions: Maintenance of employee database, personnel files, offer & rejection letters, job postings; preparation and tracking of new staff (onboarding) packets, participate in employee orientations, employee benefits documentation & sign-up, change forms; prepare & maintain staff training records; periodic audit of employee PTO calculations, staff orientation, training and meeting agendas, etc. Prepare welcome signage for new staff; Send and update Outlook invites to staff; plan and purchase refreshments for monthly staff celebrations and other events as requested. Maintain up-to-date staff list and update recurring Outlook invitations as appropriate. Act as back-up in absence of Executive Assistant as relates to handling of incoming and outgoing mail and deposit procedures; liaison to office equipment maintenance & repair service providers. Act as back-up in absence of Controller as relates to preparing payroll time input sheets. Act as back-up in the performance of computer data entry work for client and donor databases.  Assist in the preparation of administrative and operational reports for grants and contracts as requested including but not limited to monthly vendor billing. Assist in the in-depth review of organization’s services, administration and management functions in support of obtaining and maintaining accreditation. Assist in the monthly review of Housing Log as requested. Assist with coding and entry of payable invoices into general ledger software as requested. Assist with data collection, preparation of grants. Prepare correspondence, file, schedule, and operate office equipment. Maintain logs and tracking documents; update files. Responsible for inventory and ordering office supplies. Participate actively in program and agency special events as requested; cross-train in support of program objectives. Other duties as assigned by supervisor. Conduct outreach as needed. Support the mission of the VOC, and collaboration both inside and outside of the organization. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Associates degree in administrative support, business or related field, and two+ years of related experience in a professional office setting preferred. Proficient computer skills and thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Outlook, Excel, Word, Power Point). Reliable, dependable, and capable of maintaining confidentiality. Excellent interpersonal/communications skills; work well with others and interact effectively within a team. Experience in interfacing with private and public sector agencies.  Dedicated self-starter; strong organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills. Ability to maintain a high level of professional poise, courtesy, tact and resourcefulness in greeting and dealing with a diverse population of clients, visitors and staff. Possess a valid New York State driver’s license and have reliable transportation. Ability to perform the functions in the Activities Requirement Checklist for this position. To apply: Submit resume and cover letter to: Human Resources, Veterans Outreach Center, Inc., 459 South Avenue, Rochester, New York 14620; fax: (585) 295-7812; or e-mail: jobposting5@veteransoutreachcenter.org

 

 

NY1166529 Flag Store Associate (part time)
Veterans Outreach Center; Location: Rochester, NY

PRIMARY FUNCTIONS: Work alongside volunteers, full-time Flag Store Associate and Store Manager operating at-times in a fast-paced, multi-tasking environment waiting on and conversing with retail customers and potential clientele. Perform cashier and customer service duties. Perform repetitive tasks such as tagging, hanging and sorting of retail items. Assesses needs of customers and/or donors and provides appropriate level of service. Communicates with customers about style, quality and value of products. Participates in merchandise handling, including: receiving, counting and replenishment of inventory. Run reports and order merchandise using desktop software and internet sites. Maintain a team-player mentality. Support the mission of the VOC, and collaboration both inside and outside of the organization. Conduct outreach as requested. Any other tasks/responsibilities as assigned by the Store Manager. QUALIFICATIONS: High School graduate with some college coursework preferred. Ability to stand for long periods at a time, climb stairs, bend, reach, lift and perform repetitive tasks. Ability to freely access all areas of the store including selling floor, stock area, and register area. Ability to move or handle merchandise throughout the store generally weighing up to 50 pounds. Ability to work closely with others and as a team. Preferred candidate will have previous experience working directly with the public. Ability to process information and merchandise through point-of-sale (POS) register system. Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills. Able to communicate effectively with customers.  Computer software literate; must be able to effectively navigate MS office suite, experience with Point of Sale registers. Ability to read, count and write to accurately complete all documentation. Ability to reasonably apply mathematical concepts such as fractions and percentages to practical situations. Must be able to work effectively with minimum amount of supervision. To apply: Submit resume and cover letter to: Human Resources, Veterans Outreach Center, Inc., 459 South Avenue, Rochester, New York 14620; fax: (585) 295-7812; or e-mail: jobposting5@veteransoutreachcenter.org

 

 

NY1166531 Mason Tenders
Steven J Robinson Masonry Corporation; Location: W. Henrietta, NY

Looking for Mason Tenders for masonry work. No experience necessary. They will be doing saw cutting, mixing mortar and learning masonry skills associated with installing stone, etc. Must have own transportation. Starting pay is $10.00 per hour. After a 3 week evaluation, pay will be increased to $11.00 per hour. To apply: robinsons95@yahoo.com  or call 585-746-7826.

 

NY1161251 Plastics Department Line Technician
Dr Pepper Snapple Group; Location: Williamson, NY

The Plastic Department Line Technician is responsible for working in a team based environment and for the complete operation and preventative maintenance of all the equipment located in the PhD department (Filler, Capper, Blow Molder, Caser, etc). Join the team at Dr. Pepper Snapple Group and make a difference by pursuing everything that you do with the determination that sets us apart from our competitors. Driving for results leads to recognition and personal growth within the company, helping us to achieve our goal to "Be the Best Beverage Business in the Americas". The success that comes from within each of us is recognized, and creates opportunities for your growth in the organization. SHIFT and SCHEDULE: This is a unionized facility and shift assignments are based on seniority as well as business needs. This is a full-time position and will work on either our 2nd or 3rd shift. Our 2nd shift typically runs from 2:00pm until 10:30pm. Our 3rd shift typically runs 10:00pm until 6:30am. Flexibility to work overtime and weekends as well as the ability to adapt to changing schedules is required. PAY RATE: The rate of pay for this position is $21.23 per hour plus an additional shift differential per hour depending on the shift scheduled to work. POSITION RESPONSIBILITIES: Conduct all on-line quality checks as required for each specific machine and raw product. Conduct mechanical troubleshooting, preventative maintenance, minor repairs and line changeovers of each specific machine. Write all reports associated with proper operation of equipment, including computer operations. Maintain the highest standards of safety and industrial hygiene. Operate a forklift or other moving equipment to service production lines as required. Must keep the facility, machines and work areas clean and orderly, including sanitation duties. 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). Three years prior experience with operation of high-speed production machinery, monitoring of product quality, and/or preventative maintenance/mechanical troubleshooting. Lift, push and pull a minimum of 60 pounds repeatedly, walking and standing for long period of time. Dr. Pepper Snapple Group is an equal opportunity employer and affirmatively seeks diversity in its workforce. Dr. Pepper Snapple Group recruits qualified applicants and advances in employment its employees without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, genetic information, ethnic or national origin, marital status, veteran status, or any other status protected by law. EOE Minority/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled. Click here to apply online.

 

 

NY1166935 Accounting Clerk
CCSI; Location: Rochester, NY

PURPOSE: As a member of the CCSI Accounting Team, the Accounting Clerk will perform accounting and administrative duties as outlined below. RESPONSIBILITIES: Payroll reconciliation activities to compare the Project Accounting system to the Payroll system. Project employee activities, including, but not limited to, setup and maintenance of employee information in the Dynamics GP Project Accounting system. Follow up with employees to ensure timesheets are completed timely. Assisting with Cash Receipts entry. Administrative duties as needed (i.e. filing, photocopying, invoicing, etc.). Other duties as assigned. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: Recognizes and values diversity within the work environment.  Participates as a member of the team in valuing individual differences and supporting one another’s opportunity to achieve their greatest potential. Culturally responsive to the population being served in the development, design, monitoring, evaluation and/or implementation of programs and services. Respects the confidential nature of certain information exposed to in the course of your work performance. QUALIFICATIONS: High school diploma and minimum 2 years’ experience in Accounting; or Associate’s Degree in Accounting or Business Administration. Experience with Dynamics GP accounting system including the project accounting module preferred. Demonstrated ability to learn quickly, think independently, problem solve and communicate effectively. Proficiency with MS Word and Excel. Ability to balance competing priorities, organizes work effectively, and has proactive approach to managing customary responsibilities. Ability to deliver excellent customer service skills. Ability to work collaboratively with a work team. Click here to apply online.

 

 

Home Depot is currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Greece, NY: Sales Associate, Customer Service Associate, Freight Team Associate, Cashier
  • Henrietta, NY: Department Supervisor, Freight Team Associate, Sales Associate, Cashier, Delivery/Will Call Coordinator
  • Penfield, NY: Department Supervisor, Sales Associate, Customer Service Associate, Freight Team Associate, Cashier, Head Cashier, Lot Associate, Delivery/Will Call Coordinator, Order Fulfillment Associate
  • Victor, NY: Department Supervisor, Sales Associate, Freight Team Associate, Cashier, Lot Associate
  • Irondequoit, NY: Freight Team Associate, Sales Associate, Cashier, Order Fulfillment Associate, Lot Associate
  • Gates, NY: Sales Associate, Customer Service Associate, Freight Team Associate, Sales Associate, Cashier, Order Fulfillment Associate, Lot Associate, Project Specialist

For job descriptions and to apply: http://careers.homedepot.com

 

 

Carestream is currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Electrical Engineer X-ray Systems
  • Electrical Engineer X-ray Systems
  • Manager Application Software Development
  • Mechanical Development Engineer
  • Service Engineer Ultrasound
  • Software Engineer ImageView
  • Software Engineer X-ray Detector SDK
  • Software Engineer X-ray Solutions

For job descriptions and to apply: Please go to http://www.carestream.com/csh-careers.html and search for “Rochester, NY”.

 

 

NY1152720, Cook Supervisor
Location: Rochester, ,NY Monroe County Jail/Monroe Correctional Facility
Hands on Cook Supervisor, Supervise 12 to 20 inmate workers. Preparing meals for the inmate population. Preparation, service and sanitation of the kitchen feeding 500 to 1200 meals per meal. 4am to Noon/Noon to 8pm. Must be able to work both. 32 to 40 hours per week.  Ability to communicate effectively. Reference check. Food service experience preferred. Apply to freda-david@aramark.com

 

 

 

NY1166970 Casework Installer
Primalyn Enterprises, Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

Training provided. Involves travel. Full time (40 hours per week). Pay $12.00-$16.00 per hour. Must have a valid driver’s license. Benefits: health insurance, 401k, paid vacation, holiday pay. To apply: email rick@jason-rjw.com

 

 

NY1166968 CNC Operator
Primalyn Enterprises, Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

Operate various machines in cabinet manufacturing shop. Training provided. Full time (40 hours per week). Pay $12.00-$16.00 per hour. Must have a valid driver’s license. Benefits: health insurance, 401k, paid vacation, holiday pay. To apply: email rick@jason-rjw.com

 

 

NY1166967 Cabinet Assembler
Primalyn Enterprises, Inc.; Location: Rochester, NY

Personnel to operate machines to cut and assemble cabinets and casework and countertops in manufacturing shop. Training provided. Full time (40 hours per week). Pay $12.00-$16.00 per hour. Must have a valid driver’s license. Benefits: health insurance, 401k, paid vacation, holiday pay. To apply: email rick@jason-rjw.com

 

 

NY1167254 Landscape Foreman
Fossil Rock Landscape Corporation; Location: Spencerport, NY

Looking for Landscape Forman. This position is full time, year round position with reduced hours during the winter. A minimum of 2 years’ experience. 2 or 4 year college degree in related field valuable, but not required. Valid NYS license required. Be TIMELY and at work EVERY day. Good leadership and communication skills. Motivated and a team player. Willing and available to work ethic. Able to pass a drug test. Able to lift at least 50 lbs. Job duties include, but are not limited to: leading a crew of 2-5 in a productive and efficient manner. Driving of company vehicles and equipment (skid steer, backhoe, mini-excavator). Planting and mulching. Hardscaping (walkways, patios, retaining walls and outdoor kitchen). Water features. Some carpentry. We are a fast growing company who is looking to hire for some new craftsmen to add to our growing team and to help meet our client’s needs. We are Techo-Pro Certified installers and go above and beyond to provide our clients with a quality Outdoor Living Space. Weekly pay with OT. Holidays and PTO after the first year. To apply: email fossilrocklandscape@hotmail.com

 

 

XXXXXX Landscape Construction
Fossil Rock Landscape Corporation; Location: Spencerport, NY

Looking for Landscape Laborers. All positions are full time. These positions are year round positions with reduced hours during the winter. A minimum of 2 years’ experience. 2 or 4 year college
degree in related field valuable, but not required. Valid NYS license required. Be TIMELY and at work EVERY day. Good leadership and communication skills. Motivated and a team player. Willing and available to work ethic. Able to pass a drug test. Able to lift at least 50 lbs. Job duties include, but are not limited to: leading a crew of 2-5 in a productive and efficient manner. Driving of company vehicles and equipment (skid steer, backhoe, mini-excavator). Planting and mulching. Hardscaping (walkways, patios, retaining walls and outdoor kitchen). Water features. Some carpentry. We are a fast growing company who is looking to hire for some new craftsmen to add to our growing team and to help meet our client’s needs. We are Techo-Pro Certified installers and go above and beyond to provide our clients with a quality Outdoor Living Space. Weekly pay with OT. Holidays and PTO after the first year. To apply: email fossilrocklandscape@hotmail.com

 

 

NY1167087 News Reporter
iHeartMedia Solutions; Location: R
ochester, NY
Job Summary: Prepares and broadcasts news coverage. Responsibilities: Gathers and verifies factual information through interviews, observation and research. Monitors sources for breaking news, e.g., wires and social media. Plans, writes, edits, and voices news broadcasts. Finalizes content using digital audio editing software. Maintains crucial deadlines in order to provide news stories in a timely fashion.  Repackages content from producers and field reporters for newscasts. Identifies technical equipment and resource requirements for recording interviews and other audio material. May produce features and interviews as assigned. May specialize in a particular field of news broadcasting (e.g. political, traffic, finance or military). May prepare written content, visual images, audio material and video footage for websites, blogs or other social-media platforms. Qualifications: Proficient in Microsoft Office suite and social networking platforms. Knowledgeable and up-to-date with local and national trends and/or specialized knowledge of subjects/events related to on-air topics. Pleasant, charismatic and well-controlled voice; excellent pronunciation. Well-rounded communication skills for conducting interviews.  Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team environment. Excellent writing and editing skills; proficient in grammar. Strong attention to detail. Proficient in media production and broadcast systems. Ability to plan and organize, set priorities and multi task in a fast-paced environment. May require other language proficiency, e.g., Spanish. Work Experience: 3+ years’ experience in on-air journalism in smaller market or college station. Education: 4-year college degree, preferably in Broadcast Journalism or Communications. Certifications: None required. Click here to apply online.

 

 

TJX Companies, Inc. is currently hiring for the following positions:

  • Customer Experience Coordinator - Rochester, NY
  • Merchandise Associate - Henrietta, NY
  • Merchandise Associate - Pittsford, NY
  • Merchandise Associate - Rochester, NY
  • Merchandise Associate - Rochester, NY
  • Merchandise Associate - Webster, NY

Click here to view position descriptions and apply online.

 

 

 

Macy’s is currently hiring for the following position:

  • Asset Protection / Loss Prevention Detective, Full Time: Rochester, NY, Macy's Mall At Greece Ridge Center

Click here to view position descriptions and apply online.  

 

 

 

 

Advantech Industries is currently recruiting for the following positions:

  • Grinder A Shift
  • CNC Set-Up Operator A & B shift
  • Press Brake Set-Up Operator A & B shift
  • Welder A & B shift

Click here to view position descriptions and apply online at http://www.advantechindustries.com/careers.html

 

 

 

NY1166492 Lead Interpreter
Seneca Park Zoo Society; Location: Rochester, NY
(Posted 4/12/16)
General Summary: The Lead Interpreter will assist with the delivery and evaluation of interpretive materials and tours for visitors to Seneca Park Zoo, including on site interpretive signage and programs. The Lead Interpreter will be responsible for delivering content that inspires the Zoo’s visitors to connect with the animals on exhibit and act on behalf of saving species from extinction. He or she will be a key player in the successful delivery of programs on site and off, working with County and Society staff, docents and volunteers. Programs the Lead Interpreter will help staff deliver will include but are not limited to: Member mornings; Animal Encounters; Summer programming; Nature Connection stage programs; Annual ecosystem and animal program days and weekends; Zoo Mobile; Butterfly Beltway;  Nature Journal Club; The Lead Interpreter will assist in managing a team of interpreters to deliver content and ensure that program animals are utilized safely and appropriately to provide engaging presentations that convey the Zoo’s conservation mission. The Lead Interpreter will also be responsible for delivering a dynamic guest experience on a daily basis. While this position directly reports to the Interpretive Specialist for On-Site Programs, the Lead Interpreter will also be accountable to the Interpretive Specialist for Outreach Programs in the delivery of those programs. Specific Duties and Responsibilities Helping to present wildlife programs that engage and inspire audiences through fun, exciting, and safe animal connections that promote the mission of Seneca Park Zoo. Interpretation:  Maintaining on site signage, including installation and cleaning. Assisting in training of seasonal interpreters in visitor-centered interpretation program. In season (Memorial Day through Labor Day):  Serve as an interpreter for all on site programs; Assist in scheduling and overseeing seasonal staff;  Facilitate program evaluation; Serve as an interpreter for offsite programs (ZooMobile and Butterfly Beltway) when needed. Off season: Serve as an interpreter for all on site programs; Serve as an interpreter for off-site programs; Facilitate program evaluation; Animal Husbandry; Understanding and applying operant conditioning and primarily positive reinforcement strategies to train and maintain husbandry behaviors. Becoming trained in Seneca Park Zoo animal handling protocols for all animals in the Education Animal Collection. Record-keeping and scheduling for animal husbandry, training, enrichment, program usage and various zoo operations. General: Maintaining appearance of the Nature Connection Stage and holding areas. Effective communication with other departments, docents, and volunteers. Understand and uphold Zoo Society policies and protocols to ensure safe, efficient operations and positive guest experiences. Assists in additional guest programming needs as necessary. ? Assists in general education department needs as necessary. Incorporates consistent conservation education messages in all interpretation areas. Demonstrate responsible conservation behavior when in uniform or operating Zoo vehicles. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in the biological sciences (biology, zoology, psychology, etc.) or relevant experience. Up to one year of experience caring for and/or handling animals strongly preferred. Public presentation and animal training experience strongly desired, with the ability to present to both small and large crowds. Candidate must possess excellent organizational skills, impeccable time management, and the ability to function in a dynamic, team-oriented environment to succeed in this position. Must be able to work as part of a team and independently to achieve positive results. Experience working with volunteer docents preferred. Must be able to perform the physical challenges involved in the daily duties of the department including talking for long periods, walking throughout the Zoo, lifting/carrying equipment weighing approximately 50 lbs, sitting, kneeling, stooping, crawling, twisting, reaching above head, pulling, bending, and climbing stairs and ladders. Candidate must be able and willing to perform all above duties outdoors and in all weather conditions. Must be able to work weekends, holidays and some evenings. Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal skills required. Working use of Microsoft based office programs (Excel, Word, Outlook). Valid New York State driver’s license required to operate Outreach vehicles and reliable transportation. All interested applicants must submit a resume and cover letter to hr@senecazoo.org with Lead Interpreter in the subject line; Fax to (585) 342-1477 or by hard copy to Human Resources, Seneca Park Zoo Society, 2222 St. Paul Street, Rochester, NY 14621. All applications must be received by 5 p.m. April 15, 2016. 

 


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