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Township Manager
Cranberry Township

Cranberry Township, a Second Class Township of Venango County Pennsylvania, is seeking a qualified candidate to fill the position of a full-time Township Manager.

The Township Manager is responsible for the overall administration of the Township’s general affairs including the Road Department, Water Department, Sewer Department, and Parks and Recreation.

Applicants shall have experience in business management, budget administration, human resources, grant writing, project oversight, and demonstrate qualities of time management and fiscal responsibility. The ideal candidate shall have a minimum of five years of increased professional responsibility within a governmental entity and have earned a bachelor’s degree in public or business administration, political science, or a related field.

Interested applicants can submit a resume, including references and salary expectations to the Cranberry Township Municipal Building located at 3726 State Route 257, Seneca, PA no later than November 5th, 2021.

Cranberry Township is an Equal Opportunity Employer.




Jr/Sr High School Math Teacher
Keystone School District

Keystone School District is currently looking to fill an opening for a Full-Time Jr/Sr High School Math Teacher.

This is a full-time position available through the 2021-22 school year.

Available immediately. Must possess a Mathematics 7-12 or Middle-Level Mathematics Certification.

Interested Applicants should send Letter of Interest, Pennsylvania Standard Application, Resume, Transcript, Certificate, Three Letters of Reference, Current Act 34, 114 and 151 Background Clearances, and Act 168 Disclosure Forms to:

Mr. Michael McCormick, Acting Superintendent
Keystone School District
451 Huston Avenue
Knox, PA 16232

Deadline: Until position is filled




Warehouse Worker/Backup Delivery Driver
Kerle Tire

Kerle Tire is seeking hard-working, motivated individuals to serve as a Warehouse Worker/Backup Delivery Driver at their facility in Clarion, PA.

Kerle Tire offers a full benefits package complete with medical, pension, and paid leave time.

Starting pay rate is dependent on experience/qualifications.

CDL license is preferred, but is not required.

To apply, please send your resume to [email protected] or via US Mail to Kristin Clark, 30 Pinnacle Drive, Suite 302, Clarion PA 16214.




Auto Body Technician
Snyder’s Auto Body

Snyder’s Auto Body in Tylersburg, PA, currently has an opening for a Full-Time Auto Body Technician.

Snyder’s Auto Body is a well-established auto repair shop.

They offer an awesome benefits package with pay based on experience and skill level. They are also willing to train the right candidate.

  • Monday thru Friday Work Schedule
  • Holiday and Vacation Pay
  • Paid Employee Health Insurance with Prescription Plan
  • Optional benefits available – dental and vision
  • Retirement Plan
  • Regular pay increases
  • Continued education is offered (I-Car, ASE, etc.)
  • Uniforms

Interested candidates may email a resume to [email protected] Applications are also being accepted in person at 108 Snyder Lane, Tylersburg PA.

Any questions, please call 814-744-9218.




Full-Time Optician in Brookville
Laurel Eye Clinic

The Laurel Eye Clinic in Brookville has a full-time career opportunity for an outgoing, motivated Optician with excellent customer service skills.

Prior optical or retail sales experience is preferred. Job duties would include all aspects of patient fit and adjustment for glasses, insurance eligibility verification and interpretation, and inventory management.

The position will be based out of the Brookville office but will provide coverage at other locations as needed. Travel benefits provided.

Interested candidates may apply online at www.laureleye.com or send resumes to the Laurel Eye Clinic, attn: Human Resources, 50 Waterford Pike, Brookville, PA 15825; fax 814-849-5631, or email [email protected]




Caseworker 1- Ongoing
Clarion County Children and Youth Services

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

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

DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA

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

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

POSTING DATE: October 15, 2021

DEADLINE TO APPLY: November 4, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

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

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


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

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

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

OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

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

QUALIFICATIONS
EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

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

CLEARANCES

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

SUPERVISION EXERCISED
None

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

WORKING CONDITIONS

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

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS

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

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

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

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

Applications are available:

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

DEADLINE TO APPLY: November 4, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

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

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




Fiscal Assistant
Clarion County Children and Youth Services

Clarion County Children and Youth Services currently has an opening for a Fiscal Assistant.

POSITION: Fiscal Assistant, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay

DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA

PAY GRADE: $26,187.20/year

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

POSTING DATE: October 15, 2021

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

QUALIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION/TRAINING- High School diploma or equivalency plus demonstrated business and computer knowledge required including Microsoft Office software.
WORK EXPERIENCE- Two years’ work experience performing bookkeeping duties required or any equivalent combination of experience and training.

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

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


OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB:
To provide fiscal support including the processing of invoices, bookkeeping functions, and financial reporting for fiscal departments. This is responsible clerical-accounting work involving the application of bookkeeping principles and practices. Work involves maintaining bookkeeping records including posting and proving; classifying accounting documents prior to posting; or preparing prescribed financial statements and reports. Work may include supervision over a small clerical staff, but in the absence of supervisory responsibilities, the difficulty of the work is correspondingly greater. Work may also involve typing, the use of standard office equipment, and the performance of related clerical tasks. Work methods are governed in detail by established account classifications and procedures. Difficult technical problems and irregularities are referred to a supervisor who observes work in progress and periodically reviews records.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB

  1. Prepares purchase orders, invoices and other fiscal forms and documentation as needed.
  2. Organizes and scans deposits for fiscal as needed.
  3. Batches provider and vendor invoices for processing.
  4. Enters, maintains and corrects client/provider data in County/State databases and creates documents with data system.
  5. Assists with contract preparation, mailing contracts to provider for signature and then scanning and logging executed contracts into software.
  6. Compiles provider contracts and tracking process to assure compliance with law, regulation, and agency practice.
  7. Types letters, memos, reports, contracts, vouchers, agendas, forms, lists, newsletters and a variety of other correspondence from handwritten draft, oral instruction, or original source documents as required.
  8. Develops and maintains spreadsheets for calculating services, fees, surveys or other information to summarize and report departmental activities.
  9. Prepares correspondence for processing and/or mailing.
  10. Operates computer, fax, copier and other office equipment as necessary to perform essential functions.
  11. Prepares and updates various reports as required.
  12. Interacts with other internal departments and external agencies, staff and general public needed to carry out essential job duties.
  13. Prepares various informational packets for public relations and other department needs.
  14. Provides assistance with medical appointment verifications as needed.
  15. Provides assistance with liabilities as needed.
  16. Performs tracking of HSDF eligibility and documentation.

OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

  1. Attends meetings and/or training sessions as required.
  2. Performs other job-related duties as required.
  3. Maintains a variety of files and records.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED:
Receives occasional instruction and supervision from the Program Specialist.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

  1. Works indoors in adequate workspace, lighting, temperatures, and ventilation.
  2. Works with average indoor exposure to noise, stress and disruptions.
  3. Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt.

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS:

  1. Must be able to sit for long periods throughout the workday, with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting and reaching necessary to carry out duties of job.
  2. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; feet/legs; torso necessary to carry out duties of job.
  3. Sedentary work with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of ten pounds.
  4. Must demonstrate emotional stability.
  5. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position.
  6. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work.

QUALIFICATIONS:
A. EDUCATION/TRAINING- High School diploma or equivalency plus demonstrated business and computer knowledge required including Microsoft Office software.
B. WORK EXPERIENCE- Two years’ work experience performing bookkeeping duties required or any equivalent combination of experience and training.
C. CLEARANCES-

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

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

  1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner in order to carry out essential functions of job.
  2. Must possess good communication and interpersonal skills.
  3. Must possess ability to function independently, have flexibility and the ability to work effectively with clients, co-workers and others.
  4. Must possess ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to client information and records.
  5. Must possess the technical knowledge of operating personal computers and other office equipment with accuracy and reasonable speed.
  6. Must possess general knowledge of modern office practices and procedures and ability to apply same to essential duties of job.
  7. Must possess knowledge and ability to practice current and accurate usage of grammar, spelling and filing procedures.
  8. Must possess ability to learn assigned clerical tasks and adhere to prescribed departmental procedures.
  9. Must possess ability to learn county and legal rules, procedures and practices as necessary within department.
  10. Must possess ability to be able to handle a variety of clerical duties and switch from one to another throughout the workday.
  11. Ability to perform detailed work with written or numerical data and to make arithmetical calculations rapidly and accurately.
  12. Ability to prepare routine and procedural financial reports and statements.
  13. Ability to plan, assign, review, and supervise the work of a small group of employees engaged in bookkeeping or clerical accounting operations.
  14. Ability to apply established methods to financial transactions.

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

Applications are available:

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

DEADLINE TO APPLY: November 4, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

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

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




Caseworker 1- Intake
Clarion County Children and Youth Services

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

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

DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA

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

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

POSTING DATE: October 15, 2021

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

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

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

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

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


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB

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

OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

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

QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

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

CLEARANCES:

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

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

WORKING CONDITIONS:

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

PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS:

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

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

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

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

Applications are available:

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

DEADLINE TO APPLY: November 4, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

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

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




Part-Time Bartenders
Clarion VFW

Clarion VFW Post 2145 is currently seeking two part-time bartenders.

Competitive wages plus tips.

Interested individuals may apply in person at 603 Liberty Street, Clarion, from 8 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday.




Mental Health Aide
Abraxas

Abraxas is currently looking to hire a Mental Health Aide at their Marienville facility.

Facility: ABRAXAS I

Compensation Base: $15.00 an hour – $18.54 an hour

Compensation Bonus: $3,000 Sign-on Bonus

Equal Opportunity Employer.

$3,000 Sign-on Bonus

Abraxas Youth and Family Services is a national leader in the operation of residential treatment facilities and community-based programs for troubled youth and their families. We offer a wide array of services to include life skills, mental health services, cognitive behavioral therapy, family counseling, drug and alcohol treatment, case management services, recreational activities as well as vocational and educational services. Abraxas is a great place to start your career whether you have a high school diploma or GED, military experience, some college, or a bachelor or advanced degree. If you are interested in counseling, juvenile justice, psychology, social work, teaching or just want to make a difference, we have a career path for you. Help change lives at Abraxas Youth and Family Services.

Summary:

The primary function of the Mental Health Aide is to supervise clients with chronic or acute mental disorders during the sleeping hours in a manner that ensures their safety and security.

Essential Functions:

  • Conducts random /unpredictable head counts/bed checks (minimum of once every twelve minutes) to ensure client location.
  • Conducts outside building security checks.
  • Complete security calls to Night Supervisor.
  • Observes client behavior and intervenes appropriately.
  • Ensures compliance with policies and procedure for the program/facility i.e. curfew, lights out, fire/safety, cleanliness, control, and supply inventory.
  • Provides for physical safety and security of clients while under staff member supervision.
  • Maintains confidentiality of information related to client information.
  • Assists with the mentoring and training of new level staff members.
  • Reports significant client changes in behavior, attitude, or physical condition to higher-level staff members.
  • Observes activities and responds accordingly including emergency situations such as evacuation, CPR, or first aid.
  • Assists with suppressing and controlling problems that occur within the program/facility.
  • Adheres to departmental policies and procedures to ensure regulatory compliance with current departmental practices and meet guidelines as outlined by outside referral and licensing agencies.
  • Ensures compliance with federal, state, local licensing, and reporting requirements.
  • Supports the Abraxas philosophy and mission and promotes the Seven Key Principles of care.
  • Demonstrates appropriate use of Safe Crisis Management techniques and skills.

Job Requirements

Minimum Requirements:

The following educational requirements are acceptable for this classification including:

  • High School Diploma or GED.

Other Qualifications:

  • At least twenty-one (21) years of age.
  • Criminal clearances (Act 33 and 34, specific State & child clearances and, if necessary, FBI).
  • Non-communicable diseases physical exam.
  • Valid driver’s license from employee’s state of residence.
  • Valid registered vehicle insurance.
  • Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department.
  • Ability to work overtime as required.
  • Ability to handle physical and mental stress associated with working extended hours.
  • Ability to work up to sixteen (16) hours within a rolling 24 hour period.

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Part-Time Church Administrator
First Presbyterian Church

First Presbyterian Church in Oil City is seeking a part-time (20 hours/week) church administrator.

Good interpersonal and telephone skills are necessary. Basic computer skills required (knowledge of Microsoft Office, social media, email, Google Docs).

Salary is negotiable based on experience.

Email resume to [email protected]




Mental Health Worker
Abraxas

Abraxas currently has an opening for a Mental Health Worker at their Marienville facility.

Job Description
Facility: ABRAXAS I

Compensation Base: $16.84 per hour – $23.87 per hour

Compensation Bonus: $3,000 Sign on Bonus

Equal Opportunity Employer.

$3,000 Sign on Bonus

Abraxas Youth and Family Services is a national leader in the operation of residential treatment facilities and community-based programs for troubled youth and their families. We offer a wide array of services to include life skills, mental health services, cognitive behavioral therapy, family counseling, drug and alcohol treatment, case management services, recreational activities as well as vocational and educational services. Abraxas is a great place to start your career whether you have a high school diploma or GED, military experience, some college, or a bachelor or advanced degree. If you are interested in counseling, juvenile justice, psychology, social work, teaching or just want to make a difference, we have a career path for you. Help change lives at Abraxas Youth and Family Services.

Summary:

The primary function of the Mental Health Worker is to provide medically necessary mental health treatment services to children and adolescents experiencing social, emotional, behavioral, and psychiatric problems. The position provides direct client supervision to those clients with chronic or acute mental disorders who require active treatment.

Essential Functions:

  • Conducts scheduled head counts to provide effective people security.
  • Interacts meaningfully with clients; observes behavior and intervenes appropriately.
  • Ensures compliance with policies and procedure for the program/facility i.e. curfew, lights out, fire/safety, cleanliness, control, and supply inventory.
  • Assigns, supervises, and directs clients during programmatic activities.
  • Provides for physical safety, security, and care of clients while under staff member supervision.
  • Assists/participates with the development and implementation of clients’ individualized treatment plan.
  • Provides leadership and serves as a role model to clients in the performance of therapeutic activities.
  • Assists with the mentoring and training of new staff members.
  • Reports significant client changes in behavior, attitude, or physical condition to higher-level staff members.
  • Processes intakes and performs non-invasive searches of clients entering and/or returning to program/facility.
  • Assists with suppressing and controlling problems that occur within the program/facility.
  • Evaluates client’s behavioral and emotional issues.
  • Facilitates groups as required and in accordance with the client’s individualized treatment plan.
  • Makes observations and documents client treatment interventions, behavior, and progress.
  • Provides direct supervision of clients and interacts therapeutically.
  • Interacts with educational team as appropriate.
  • Participates in data collection and monitoring and evaluation activities for the program/facility performance improvement program.
  • Develops and maintains a current list of resources, including self-help/support groups to ensure comprehensive services to the clients and their families.
  • Adheres to departmental policies and procedures to ensure regulatory compliance with current departmental practices and meet guidelines as outlined by outside referral and licensing agencies.
  • Ensures compliance with federal, state, local licensing, and reporting requirements.
  • Identifies and pursues in-service and continuing educational needs, suggests general training needs for the program and submits requests/suggestions for training to appropriate supervisory and administrative staff members.
  • Supports the Abraxas philosophy and mission and promotes the Seven Key Principles of care.
  • Demonstrates appropriate use of Safe Crisis Management techniques and skills.

Job Requirements:

Minimum Requirements:

The following educational requirements are acceptable for this classification including:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited program required; degree in an area of human services preferred.

Other Qualifications:

  • At least twenty-one (21) years of age.
  • Non-communicable diseases physical exam.
  • Valid registered vehicle insurance.
  • Valid driver’s license from employee’s state of residence.
  • Criminal clearances (Act 33 and 34, specific State & child clearances and, if necessary, FBI).
  • Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department.
  • Ability to work overtime as needed.
  • Ability to handle physical and mental stress associated with working extended hours.
  • Ability to work up to sixteen (16) hours within a rolling 24 hour period.

Click Here to apply.




Secondary Math Teacher
Abraxas

Abraxas currently has an opening for a Secondary Math Teacher at their Marienville facility.

Job Description
Facility: ABRAXAS I

Compensation Base: $36,528.86 annually – $58,754.38 annually

Compensation Bonus: $3,000 Sign-on Bonus

Equal Opportunity Employer

Secondary Education Math Teacher

$3,000 Sign-on Bonus

Abraxas Youth and Family Services is a national leader in the operation of residential treatment facilities and community-based programs for troubled youth and their families.

Summary
The Teacher position is responsible for providing specialized instruction in one or more subjects to clients in order to help them learn the subject matter and/or skills.

Essential Functions:

  • Employ a wide variety of instructional methods, behavioral tools, and materials that are most appropriate for meeting standard operating procedures and educational objectives that are outlined in the school curriculum
  • Create a classroom environment that is conducive to learning and appropriate to the clients’ maturity
  • Create and maintain accurate client/administrative documents such as daily attendance and grade books; summarize achievements in reports for assigned clients including attendance and behavior
  • Develops daily lesson plans and completes all required educational paperwork
  • Participate as an educational team member in coordination with the clients, staff, and school and represents the program in professional meetings, family meetings, educational conferences, and teacher training workshops

Job Requirements

Minimum Requirements
The following educational requirements are acceptable for this classification including:

  • Bachelor’s degree in related field in subject matter that is utilized for teaching experience
  • State certification (public (level I or II) or private) in education

Other Requirements:

  • Criminal clearances (Act 33 and 34, specific State & child clearances and, if necessary, FBI)
  • Non-communicable diseases physical exam
  • Valid driver’s license from employee’s state of residence
  • Valid registered vehicle insurance

Other Qualifications:

  • At least twenty-one (21) years of age
  • Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department

Click Here to apply.




Automation & SCADA Developer
Seneca Resources Company, LLC

Seneca Resources currently has an opening for an Automation and SCADA Developer.

To apply, please go to their website at: http//www.nationalfuel.com and select job in the careers section.

Seneca Resources Company, LLC, the oil & gas exploration and production subsidiary of National Fuel Gas Company (NYSE: NFG) explores for, develops, and produces natural gas and crude oil reserves in Appalachia and California. Most of Seneca’s investment activity is in the Marcellus and Utica Shales in Pennsylvania, where the company controls approximately 1.2 million net prospective acres and is the third-largest producer in the basin with more than 1,200 wells. The company is furthering its delineation efforts in the Utica Shale, and acquired properties in California that will increase, and further diversify the company’s oil production footprint. As an active exploration and production company in the northeastern U.S. for more than 100 years, Seneca Resources Company, LLC is committed to safety, environmental stewardship, increased productivity, and maximizing shareholder value.

This job is located in their Brookville, PA office.

Responsibilities:

  • Program Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) utilizing ladder logic for automation of processes, field equipment, and instrumentation
  • Manage SCADA software systems as they pertain to capturing field data measurements from production-related assets (i.e. Wells, Water Tanks, RTUs, Compressors, Generators, Gas Processing Facilities, etc.)
  • Program Human Machine Interface (HMI) screens for displaying real time process data, acknowledging alarms, controlling set points
  • Configure and program industrial automation protocol translators and data loggers to communicate with various types of PLCs and RTUs
  • Program, configure, deploy and maintain SCADA objects in SCADA system that model field assets
  • Evaluate and review, technical and process documentation/designs related to process automation
  • Program, configure and maintain alarm management systems which monitor and report status on field assets.
  • Document as-built configurations, including electrical, wire diagrams, P&ID, source code
  • Comply with Seneca’s EHSQ policies, standards, and procedures while taking a proactive role in managing environmental, health, and safety for assigned areas of responsibility
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    Required qualifications:

    • Must possess a High School Diploma/GED and a minimum of 5 (five) years of industrial automation, measurement, or communications experience, not necessarily in the oil and gas industry
    • Must have a minimum of 3 (three) years of experience with programming PLCs
    • Must be currently and permanently authorized to work in United States of America
    • *Successful applicants must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and are required to provide proof upon hire

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Knowledge and experience programming HMIs, or SCADA applications
    • Knowledge and experience of Allen Bradley or Siemens PLC Programming, ABB TotalFlow software (PCCU, WinCCU, TDS32 OPC, WinCPC), Red Lion Crimson Development, OPC, Wonderware System Platform
    • Knowledge and experience of VFD’s
    • Associates degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or Engineering

    Seneca Resources offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package. This position is not eligible for relocation.

    Seneca Resources Company, LLC is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, disability, protected veteran status, marital status, or other protected status under federal, state, or local laws.




    Full and Part-time Child Caregivers
    Local child care centers

    Local child care centers in Shippenville, Clarion, and Tylersburg are now hiring.

    Swartzfager Child Care, Creative Kids Learning Center, and Kid’s Choice Learning Centers currently have openings for full and part-time caregivers for shifts within the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

    Applicants must be responsible, dependable, nurturing, understanding, and able to work with others as a team.

    Qualifications:

    • 18 years of age or older
    • High school diploma or GED
    • FBI clearance
    • State Police clearance
    • Child Abuse clearance
    • National Sex Offender Registry clearance
    • Current physical and TB test

    There is also an opening for the Director of the center in Clarion.

    Responsible for daily operations, scheduling, employee oversight, etc. Must be motivated to be responsible for the center.

    Qualifications:

    • All of above
    • BS degree in education or related field

    All wages are based on experience/education. Paid vacation after 1 year. Other benefits may be available depending on location.

    Contact Janet Swartzfager at 814-221-4760 for information or send a cover letter and resume to [email protected]




    Openings at Wagner Tarps
    Wagner Tarps

    Wagner Tarps, provider of durable, high-quality custom-made vinyl and mesh tarps for the trucking industry for over 25 years has immediate full-time openings at their Brookville facility.

    NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY, Wagner tarps will pay you to learn the trade!!

    Positions are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    On the job training, no experience is necessary, you will be trained to manufacture and install custom tarps.

    The positions include a WEEKLY BONUS PROGRAM. Earn up to an extra $130 a week just for showing up to work!!

    The positions also include paid holidays, paid vacation, paid uniforms, matched retirement, and a Christmas bonus.

    Apply in person at:

    244 Industrial Park Road
    Brookville, PA




    Multiple Positions at Clarion Psychiatric Center
    Clarion Psychiatric Center

    Clarion Psychiatric Center currently has openings for many positions at their facility.

    Positions Include:

    • Mental Health Technician
    • Temporary Registered Nurse
    • Director of Performance Improvement
    • Nurse Supervisor (RN)
    • Therapist
    • LPN/LVN
    • Activity Therapist
    • Community Liaison
    • Admissions Call Center Specialist
    • Social Work Intern (MSW)

    Visit https://jobs.uhsinc.com/clarion-psychiatric-center/jobs to learn more and apply.




    Multiple Openings Offered by All Seasons Temporaries Inc.
    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc.

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

    Painter

    $11/Hr. Non-Exempt

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

    Potential for 90 days temp to perm.

    Duties:

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

    Requirements:

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

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


    Temporary Assignment – Court Transcriptionist

    $11-$12/hr Non-exempt

    Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

    Overall purpose of this position:

    Through the use of an electronic recording system, records all spoken words during court proceedings including but not limited to testimony, opening and closing remarks of counsel, remarks of a judge, and sidebar conferences. May prepare a transcript from the verbatim recording.

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


    Maintenace Tech – Marienville

    11 p.m – 7 a.m., $18/hr Non-Exempt
    Temp to perm 90 days

    • Must pass pre-employment screening
    • Must adhere to all safety policies

    Required skills/experience:

    • Welding
    • PLC Troubleshooting
    • Hydraulics
    • Knowledge of belts, pulleys, and sprocket drive systems
    • Computer skills
    • Lock out Tag out procedures

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


    Stick Layers and Bin Tenders – Marienville

    $12-$12.50/hour – 1st and 2nd shifts available – Non-Exempt

    Job Requirements:

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

    Duties (but not limited to):

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

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


    About All Season’s Temporaries Inc.

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

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

    Interested individuals may contact either office for available assignments.




    Manufacturing Team Employee
    Kahle’s Kitchens, Inc.

    Kahle’s Kitchens, Inc. is looking for motivated individuals to join their manufacturing team.

    Full-Time and Part-Time

    Duties will include but not be limited to assembling, outfitting, and wrapping cabinets; also loading trucks, and organizing warehouse space.

    Interested applicants should be able to lift up to 100 pounds and pass a physical and drug test.

    Full-time and part-time positions are available.

    Pay will be based on experience.

    If interested please stop in Kahle’s Kitchens located at 7488 PA-36, Leeper, PA 16233 for an application.




    Treatment Supervisor I, Mental Health
    Abraxas

    Abraxas currently has an opening for a Treatment Supervisor I in the Mental Health Unit at their Marienville, PA facility.

    Job Description
    Facility: ABRAXAS I
    Compensation Base: $45,000 a year

    Equal Opportunity Employer.

    $5000 Sign on Bonus

    Abraxas Youth and Family Services is a national leader in the operation of residential treatment facilities and community-based programs for troubled youth and their families. They offer a wide array of services to include life skills, mental health services, cognitive behavioral therapy, family counseling, drug and alcohol treatment, case management services, recreational activities as well as vocational and educational services. Abraxas is a great place to start your career whether you have a high school diploma or GED, military experience, some college, or a bachelor or advanced degree. If you are interested in counseling, juvenile justice, psychology, social work, teaching or just want to make a difference, we have a career path for you. Help change lives at Abraxas Youth and Family Services.

    Summary:

    The primary function of the Treatment Supervisor I is to oversee the facilitation of the activities of the Mental Health treatment unit. The Treatment Supervisor I ensures that all Abraxas policies and procedures are followed.

    Essential Functions:

    • Assists with maintenance of employee schedules that provide adequate coverage to ensure safety for both clients and employees.
    • Supervises and participates with clients in daily programmatic activities.
    • Instructs clients in daily programmatic activities and ensures compliance within specific program/facility rules and regulations.
    • Structures, implements, and facilitates new employee on-the-job orientation.
    • Evaluates and communicates with training department the training needs of the department to include new hire orientation and recertification needs of direct care team members.
    • Writes professional development plans in conjunction with employees to aid in their training and development.
    • Conducts effective supervisory conferences and performance evaluations with employees, documents the content of such meetings and evaluations, and provides feedback to them.
    • Develops and implements systems to organize and monitor work activities.
    • Assists with interviews and contributes to the selection of the most qualified candidate among internal applicants for posted positions.
    • Provides ongoing effective supervision to unit employees and monitors case management activities.
    • Serves as a role model for employees by leading, directing, guiding and supporting them in such a way that promotes their growth and development.
    • Supports the Abraxas philosophy and mission and promotes the Seven Key Principles of care.
    • Demonstrates appropriate use of Safe Crisis Management and provides effective supervision to staff regarding the use of SCM.

    Job Requirements

    Minimum Requirements:

    The following educational requirements are acceptable for this classification including:

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college/university and one (1) year of experience working with children.

    Other Qualifications:

    • Criminal clearances (Act 33 and 34, specific State & child clearances and, if necessary, FBI).
    • Non-communicable diseases physical exam.
    • Valid driver’s license from employee’s state of residence.
    • Valid registered vehicle insurance.
    • At least twenty-one (21) years of age.
    • Ability to work with computers and the necessary software typically used by the department.

    Click Here to apply.




    Full-Time Mechanic
    Snyder’s Auto Body

    Snyder’s Auto Body currently has an opening for a Full-Time Mechanic.

    Snyder’s Auto Body is a well-established auto repair shop in Tylersburg, Pennsylvania.

    They offer an awesome benefits package with pay based on experience and skill level. They are also willing to train the right candidate.

    • Monday thru Friday Work Schedule
    • Holiday and Vacation Pay
    • Paid Employee Health Insurance with Prescription Plan
    • Optional benefits available – dental and vision
    • Retirement Plan
    • Regular pay increases
    • Continued education is offered (I-Car, ASE, etc.)
    • Uniforms

    Interested candidates may email a resume to [email protected] Applications are also being accepted in person at 108 Snyder Lane, Tylersburg PA.

    Any questions, please call 814-744-9218.




    Home Health/Hospice Aide
    Clarion Forest VNA

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

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

    Requirements:

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

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

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

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

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

    EOE




    All Positions – Full-Time and Part-Time at Cousin Basils
    Cousin Basils Restaurant and Bar

    Cousin Basils Restaurant and Bar, in Clarington, is currently hiring full-time positions for hostesses, bartenders, servers, cooks, and dishwashers.

    Cousin Basils offers a competitive wage and health insurance.

    Applicants must possess the following qualities:

    • Friendly and positive attitude
    • Reliable, dedicated, and strong work ethic
    • Loves working in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment
    • Willing to work nights, various shifts, and weekend

    Full-time and part-time positions are available.

    No experience is required.

    Apply in person at the restaurant located at 10638 PA-36, Clarington, PA 15828. The restaurant opens at 11:00 a.m. seven days a week.

    Interested applicants can also send their resumes to [email protected]




    Multiple Positions at Deer Creek Winery and Inn
    Deer Creek Winery

    Deer Creek Winery is a local, family-operated company looking to hire sales and cleaning staff at their main Shippenville winery and inn, as well as festival staff to travel to local festivals and farmers markets.

    They offer a fun, fast-paced environment. You’ll receive a 20% discount on all Deer Creek Winery products. You’ll also get sales training to set you up for success.

    Based on their 2021 Employee Survey, more than 85% of current employees said they would recommend Deer Creek as a great place to work and enjoy the flexible schedule.

    To find out more information on open positions and apply visit https://www.deercreekwine.com/careers/ or call their main winery at (814) 354-7392.




    All Positions, Full-Time and Part-Time at Sweet Basil
    Sweet Basil Restaurant and Bar

    Sweet Basil Restaurant and Bar is currently hiring full-time positions for hostesses, bartenders, servers, cooks, and dishwashers.

    Sweet Basil offers a competitive wage and health insurance.

    Applicants must possess the following qualities:

    • Friendly and positive attitude
    • Reliable, dedicated, and strong work ethic
    • Loves working in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment
    • Willing to work nights, various shifts, and weekend

    Full-time and part-time positions are available.

    No experience is required.

    Apply in person at the restaurant located at 21108 Paint Blvd, Shippenville, PA 16254, The restaurant opens at 11:00 a.m. seven days a week.

    Interested applicants can also send their resumes to [email protected]




    High School Social Studies Teacher
    Keystone School District

    Keystone School District currently has an opening for a High School Social Studies Teacher.

    This position is available immediately.

    Interested Applicants should send a Letter of Interest, Pennsylvania Standard Application, Resume, Transcript, Certificate, Three Letters of Reference, Current Act 34, 114 and 151 Background Clearances, and Act 168 Disclosure Forms to:

    Mr. Michael McCormick, Acting Superintendent
    Keystone School District
    451 Huston Avenue
    Knox, PA 16232

    Deadline: November 1, 2021




    Manufacturing Plant Opportunities – Webco Industries
    Webco Industries

    Webco Industries in Oil City/Reno currently has openings in their manufacturing plant.

    Job Location: Webco – PA – Oil City – Oil City, PA
    Position Type: Full Time
    Education Level: None
    Salary Range: $15.50 – $20.00
    Job Shift: Any
    Job Category: Manufacturing

    Description:
    Webco believes that successful companies are more about people than products and that a company’s human assets are its most important resource. That is why many employees have invested their careers in Webco. Perhaps the biggest benefit for those who join their team are the frequent opportunities to learn new skills and improve on current expertise through focused education and training. Upward mobility and promotion from within have always been important tenants of Webco’s success. By continuously investing in its employees over many years, Webco has built a culture of excellence that delivers value to everyone who the company touches.

    Résumé submissions alone are NOT considered applications for employment.**

    GENERAL STATEMENT OF DUTIES: Operation of a variety of machines ranging from a six-ton overhead crane to a tube-forming mill. Responsibilities range from loading/unloading materials onto/off machines, processing tubing through equipment, and ensuring the quality of tubes being produced and shipped out.

    STARTING PAY: $15.50/HR – $20.00/HR

    TYPICAL PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

    • Requires full range of body motion to include: constant lifting, bending, twisting, kneeling, pushing, pulling, stooping, squatting, walking, reaching, working overhead, climbing, standing, and the ability to maintain one’s balance while performing the required work tasks
    • Must be able to work 12 hours per day, standing on a concrete floor
    • Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range
    • Requires frequent unassisted lifting of a variety of objects from various positions, which range in weight from 5 to 50 pounds with an average weight of 34 – 37 pounds
    • Utilizes a variety of hand positions to work equipment controls and maneuver tubes throughout the manufacturing process
    • Most jobs are fast-paced and the ability to deal with stress is essential

    Hours: Shifts consist of twelve hours, various days of the week, and either day shift (6 a.m. to 6 p.m.) or night shift (6 p.m. to 6 a.m.). Business needs dictate the number of shifts per week an employee is required to work.

    Qualifications

    PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS:

    • Knowledge, skills, and abilities:

      • Ability to deal with stress and get along with co-workers and supervisors.
      • The ability to read and speak English is preferred.
      • Mathematical skills equivalent to high school level required. Math skills must include the ability to do decimals, fractions, and averages.
      • Must be able to communicate effectively with supervisors and co-workers.
      • Regular attendance at work is an essential job function.
    • Education: High school education or equivalent is preferred.
    • Experience: Previous manufacturing experience preferred.
    • Equipment: After training, must be able to operate a variety of industrial machines safely and efficiently.

    Webco’s benefits package includes health; dental; vision; cancer; short-term disability; long-term disability; employee, spouse, and child life insurance; employee assistance program; 401(k) plan; educational reimbursement; paid holidays and vacation; training and development opportunities; profit sharing; prescription safety glasses; and free uniforms.

    NOTE: MEETING THE PHYSICAL DEMANDS, ESSENTIAL DUTIES, PERFORMANCE REQUIREMENTS, ATTENDANCE AND WORKING HOURS ARE ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS FOR ALL PLANT EMPLOYEES.

    TO APPLY: Visit https://www.paycomonline.net/v4/ats/web.php/jobs/ViewJobDetails?job=29072&clientkey=FA1535D67F2CF68FC586A92C051C9744




    Multiple Positions/ Departments at Presbyterian SeniorCare
    Presbyterian SeniorCare

    Presbyterian SeniorCare currently has openings for RNs, LPNs, Cooks, Dining Services Aides, Housekeeping, and a Laundry Aide at their Oil City Campus.

    Fall in love with your career! Join the Presbyterian SeniorCare Network team and make a difference!

    For more information and to apply Click Here.

    EOE




    Direct Service Professionals
    UCIP

    UCIP is accepting applications for Full-Time Direct Service Professionals in their Day Services & Residential Programs.

    These positions may require evening and weekend availability depending on the shift. You will be providing support to individuals with developmental disabilities in a group home and community setting.

    If you are compassionate, organized, reliable, professional, and want to make a difference in someone’s life, contact UCIP today!

    UCIP provides services and care to individuals with developmental disabilities. They provide services in Clarion, Crawford, and Venango Counties.

    Why UCIP?

    • Starting Wage of $14.00 per hour
    • Fully paid health insurance, vision insurance, and dental insurance for all full-time positions after 90 days
    • Matching retirement plan
    • Excellent paid time off after 90 days
    • Paid holidays
    • Paid Training

    Applicants should be motivated and reliable with a solid work history; must pass a pre-employment drug screening and medical examination; have favorable ACT 33 and 34 clearances; and a valid driver’s license with a receipt of a satisfactory driving record.

    Please apply in person at the UCIP nearest to you.

    UCIP Day Services of Venango County
    33 Seneca Street
    Oil City, PA

    UCIP Residential Services of Venango County
    155 East Bissell Ave.
    Oil City, PA

    Clarion County
    11289 Route 322
    Shippenville, PA

    Crawford County
    18282 Technology Drive
    Suite 202, Meadville, PA

    No telephone calls please. Equal Opportunity Employer.




    Multiple Positions at Allegheny Grille
    Allegheny Grille

    The Allegheny Grille currently has openings for multiple positions.

    Full-time and part-time:

    • hot line cooks
    • salad
    • prep cooks
    • dishwashers

    Apply online at alleghenygrille.com, on Facebook here, or stop in and fill out an application!!




    Telecommunicator I
    County of Venango

    The County of Venango is currently accepting applications for two full-time (40 hrs/wk.) Telecommunicator I positions ($10.95/hr.) to work within the Venango County 911 Center.

    Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent required, plus additional training in computers and emergency medical services or police and fire training is preferred.

    Experience in the field of communications, public safety, or EMS preferred.

    Additional requirements include:

    • Preferred certification as an Emergency Medical Technician
    • Must be able to obtain certification in CPR, Class “C”
    • Must possess or obtain certification in the APCO 40 Hour Dispatcher Training program, a Pennsylvania approved Priority Dispatch Emergency Medical Program and the CLEAN Terminal Operators program
    • Must maintain all certifications including those that are state-mandated
    • Must have and maintain a clean criminal record
    • Must not appear on Preclusion Lists as defined by “Pennsylvania’s Medical Assistance Bulletin 99-11-05 Provider Screening of Employees and Contractors for Exclusion from Participating in Federal Healthcare Programs”
    • Must successfully complete pre-employment drug screening

    Full-time positions include participation in the County lifetime pension program and fully paid medical, dental, vision, and life insurance premiums for the employee.

    Applications may be obtained from Venango County Human Resources, 1174 Elk Street, Franklin, PA 16323. Completed applications should be returned to the same address no later than Monday, October 4th, 2021 by 4:00 PM. For further information, call 814-432-9556 or e-mail [email protected] EOE M/F D/V




    Probation Officer I- Juvenile Probation
    County of Clarion

    The County of Clarion currently has an opening for a Probation Officer I- Juvenile Probation.

    POSITION: Probation Officer I – Juvenile Probation

    LOCATION: Clarion County Probation Services, 22 North 6th Avenue, Suite A, Clarion, PA 16214

    TYPE POSITION: Level 1 (Full Time, 35 hours per week County funding plus 5 hours per week other funding, total of 40 hours per week)

    SALARY: $26,528.66 (35 hr salary)

    ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: A Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice, the behavioral sciences, law enforcement, or a related human services field

    TO APPLY: Send a cover letter and resume with no less than three references to [email protected]

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 8, 2021

    FLSA STATUS: Non- Exempt

    UNION STATUS: Union

    REPORTS TO: DEPUTY DIRECTOR

    POSITION OVERVIEW:
    A Probation Officer I position is responsible for performing routine professional social service and law enforcement duties in a county probation system. A Probation Officer supervises juveniles on probation, individuals released from placement facilities or, juveniles who are otherwise subject to the authority of the Court. This position monitors activities, counsels, and facilitates the social adjustment of these individuals by referring them to social, governmental, or community agencies for a variety of social problems. When needed, a Probation Officer will investigate and take appropriate action concerning violations of conditions of probation including new crimes and unacceptable behavior and provides a representation of the Department at Court Hearings concerning alleged violations. Certain specialized positions require additional duties and responsibilities as described in guidelines and standards set by the Juvenile Court Judges Commission. These positions require additional specific appointment by the President Judge upon the recommendation of the Chief Juvenile Probation Officer.

    Probation Officers are peace officers under state law and are trained in the use of firearms and are prepared to apprehend and arrest violators. Although law and well-defined procedures regulate the required work, this position involves decision-making directly affecting the public safety and personal liberties of individuals.

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:

    • A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in the behavioral sciences, criminal justice, law enforcement, or a related human services field; or
    • A Master’s degree or satisfactory completion of one(1) year of graduate study from an accredited college or university(at least 24 credits) in the behavioral sciences, criminal justice, law enforcement, or a related human services field; or
    • One (1) year as a probation officer aide working towards a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in the behavioral sciences, criminal justice, law enforcement, or a related human services field and qualification in accordance with the Exceptional Person procedure

    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

    • Child Abuse History Certification and Act 34 (Criminal History) clearances
    • Possession of a valid driver’s license
    • Pre-employment physical
    • Pre-employment psychological

    Note: This position is subject to random drug testing.

    EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS:
    To perform this job successfully, an individual must possess the knowledge and ability to apply casework principles and practices and interpret and apply federal, state and local laws, legal codes, court procedures, and executive orders affecting juvenile probation practices. Also, some knowledge is needed of criminology, penology and the structure and functions of the components of the judicial system; human behavior and the ability to distinguish between normal and dysfunctional behavior/ personality; community resources and the ability to determine appropriate resources for assessment and treatment of physical, mental, and social disorders; operation of a personal computer, basic software programs and other office equipment; drugs, addiction and drug testing methods. Ability is required to positively and effectively influence offenders; to maintain cooperative and positive work relationships both internally with co-workers and externally with other agencies; to function independently and manage one’s time effectively; to gather and analyze facts and consider all outcomes before decisions or recommendations are made; to speak and understand the English language; to orally and in writing present ideas, thoughts, facts, logically and clearly in a concise manner utilizing appropriate language skills and grammar; to listen and combine pieces of information to form general conclusions or identify problems; to maintain confidentiality in regard to offender information and records. The willingness and ability to travel as needed to perform all job-related functions. The willingness and ability to be trained in the use of firearms and to be certified to carry a firearm.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    An employee in this classification is responsible for performing assignments that are technical in nature and are carried out in accordance with probation and parole practices, procedures and precedents, and any applicable legal standards or regulations.

    Specific job duties include the following:

    • Inform juvenile offenders of conditions of probation such as office visits, costs, fines and restitution payments, educational, treatment and employment stipulations.
    • Counsel offenders and provide supportive services to help offenders with their personal, social and economic adjustment to the community. Discuss with offenders how issues such as anger and addiction play roles in delinquent behavior.
    • Arrange for social assistance and other post-release services such as employment, housing, education, and counseling.
    • Arrange for medical, mental health, or substance abuse treatment services according to individual needs and/or court orders and maintain working relationships with those agencies.
    • Develop case plans for assigned juvenile offenders establishing goals and objectives based on risk and needs.
    • Evaluate their progress in accomplishing goals and objectives and maintaining the terms specified in their conditions of probation, including attendance at FARM, SAP, CASSP, IEP, and other meetings as necessary.
    • Investigate alleged probation violations using interviews, surveillance, and search and seizure.
    • Gather information about offender’s backgrounds by talking to offenders, families and friends, and other people with relevant information.
    • Prepare and maintain a case folder for each assigned juvenile offender and record and file documents according to established procedures.
    • Maintain a chronological record in the JCMS system of all direct contact with juvenile offenders as well as collateral contacts with parents, school officials, service providers, etc.
    • Write reports describing the offender’s progress. Make recommendations for remedial action or court action when terms of probation are not complied with.
    • Conduct Social History investigations and prepare a written factual report with recommendations for the Court’s use in dispositional proceedings and prepare written summaries and placement review reports as directed.
    • Testify in court regarding noncompliance with the terms of probation, present evidence that substantiates the violations, and make recommendations to the Court for appropriate sanctioning.
    • Attend court hearings as necessary, or assigned, including hearings pertaining to probation supervision, such as District Justice citation hearings.
    • Conduct risk/needs assessment prior to the dispositional hearing according to agency protocol.
    • Assess the suitability of juvenile offenders for release from placement and submit recommendations to the Judge when appropriate.
    • Collect fines, costs, and restitution and monitor compliance with the established payment agreement.
    • Conduct arrests and transport offenders when required.
    • Develop liaisons and networks with local police, attorneys, community agencies, placement staff, school officials, and others who play a role in offender’s rehabilitation or re-entry into the community.
    • Attend training in the use of firearms and physical self-defense and complete all certification requirements.
    • Attend continuing education, workshops, and acquire certifications as assigned and approved to stay current in offender treatment issues, deviant behaviors, legal issues, etc. for the purpose of performing work-related duties as required or assigned by administration.
    • Any duties which may be described as related to the supervision of juveniles under the authority of the Court including the directive to work a flexible work schedule on occasion.
    • Assist adult officers as needed.

    WORK ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL STANDARDS:

    The work environment and physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear. The employee is occasionally required to stand; walk; use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, tools, or controls; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; smell. The employee must be able to operate a motor vehicle. The employee will be required to physically and mentally react quickly in the event of a disturbance or physical outbreak and demonstrate emotional stability.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works near moving mechanical parts and outdoor weather conditions and is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, extreme cold, and heat. The noise in the work environment is usually moderate. The work is subject to frequent disruptions and moderate degrees of stress. Work may involve contact with volatile and potentially hostile or aggressive offenders. Periodically work will require different shifts or on-call as needed.

    This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards of the position. Incumbents will follow other instructions and perform any other related duties, as may be required by the Deputy Director/Director of Probation.




    Probation Secretary
    County of Clarion

    The County of Clarion currently has an opening for a Probation Secretary.

    LOCATION: Clarion County Probation Services, 22 North 6th Avenue, Suite A, Clarion, PA 16214

    TYPE POSITION: Clerical (Full Time, 40 hrs/week)

    SALARY: $12.00 – $14.26 per hour

    ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: High School Diploma or GED

    TO APPLY: Send a cover letter and resume with no less than three references to [email protected]

    APPLICATION DEADLINE: October 8, 2021

    POSITION: PROBATION SECRETARY

    FLSA STATUS: Non Exempt

    REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR AND/OR DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF PROBATION SERVICES

    POSITION OVERVIEW:
    A Probation Secretary position is responsible for performing administrative work involving considerable independent judgment in the Probation Services Department. The employee consults with the Director, Deputy Director, judicial, administrative, and probation personnel in performing delegated functions related to confidential personnel and budgeting information within the Department.

    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE:
    Completion of a high school diploma or equivalency program; or
    One year of experience which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

    SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
    Child Abuse History Certification and Act 34 (Criminal History) clearances
    Possession of a valid driver’s license.
    Note: This position is subject to random drug testing.

    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
    An employee in this classification is responsible for performing assignments that are technical in nature and are carried out in accordance with probation and parole practices, procedures and precedents, and any applicable legal standards or regulations. Specific job duties include the following:

    • Orders office supplies, probation officer equipment, and department forms; maintains an inventory of supplies as required. Prepares requisitions and codes and submit bills to Court Administration
    • Assists with preparing and filing financial and/or other department records and documents, and records and reconciles accounts. Processes invoices and prepares requisitions
    • Performs general office duties, i.e. photocopying, sending faxes, shredding documents, distributing mail etc. as required to carry out essential office duties. Coordinates office equipment maintenance
    • Interacts with various internal Departments such as the District Attorney’s office, Public Defender’s Office, Court Administration, etc.; outside drug and alcohol agencies; vendors; etc
    • Types correspondence and prepares other administrative documents and reports required by the department
    • Maintains daily attendance and leave schedules for the probation officers
    • Answers the telephones, schedules appointments for officers and receives visitors to the office
    • Maintains files by alphabetical, numerical or chronological order. Retrieves documents, files and updates file and/or document contents. Makes client files active and closes them upon request from the officers
    • Proofreads typed materials and ensures the transfer of information is grammatically and typographically correct, complete, and adheres to Department rules and regulations
    • Completes paperwork to transfer adult cases to their respective home counties and/or to the Department of Corrections
    • Assists adult and juvenile probation officers as needed

    WORK ENVIRONMENT/PHYSICAL STANDARDS:

    • Must be able to sit for long periods throughout the workday with intermittent periods of movement throughout the office in order to perform essential functions
    • Travels occasionally as requested to perform essential functions of the job
    • Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work
    • Must be able to mentally react quickly to disturbances or physical outbreaks
    • Must be able to sit, walk, bend, twist, lift, and carry objects of variable weight in order to carry out all duties of the position
    • Works in limited workspace with adequate lighting and ventilation, but with fluctuations of temperatures
    • Frequent exposure to noise, disruptions, and stress
    • Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt
    • Works near volatile and potentially hostile or aggressive adult and juvenile offenders
    • Works occasionally beyond normal work hours when needed

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED:

    • Must be able to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
    • Must possess initiative and problem-solving skills.
    • Must possess the ability to function independently, have flexibility, and personal integrity and the ability to work effectively with employees, adult and/or juvenile offenders and their families, co-workers, and others.
    • Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to adult/juvenile offender and employee information and records.
    • Must possess the technical knowledge of operating personal computers and various data collection software programs (i.e. excel) as well as case management systems.
    • Must possess the ability to interact with staff, government officials, and the public.
    • Must possess the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff, other county agencies, outside agencies, and the general public.

    This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards of the position. Incumbents will follow other instructions, and perform any other related duties, as may be required by the Deputy Director/Director of Probation.




    Director of Educational Programs
    Riverview Intermediate Unit 6

    Riverview Intermediate Unit 6 currently has an opening for a Director of Educational Programs.

    Application Deadline: October 15, 2021

    Position Details:

    The Director of Educational Programs coordinates programming in Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment; acting as a liaison to the Pennsylvania Department of Education for improvement initiatives pushed out through the State System of Support in Curriculum. In addition, the position coordinates Professional Development for RIU6 member school entities in curriculum and comprehensive planning for continuous improvement. Grant projects, regional partnerships with higher education and community stakeholders, supervision of department staff, and advanced technology skills for presentations are also expectations of the position. The position works with both public and non-public programs and is part of the Leadership Team at the Intermediate Unit. This is a full-time, 260-day, Act 93 administrative position with a salary range commensurate to school administrators in the region. Current clearances and valid PA certification in administration (prefer Principal or Supervisor of Curriculum and Instruction certification) are required.

    Application Process:

    Application packet must include a letter of interest, standard application, clearances, certifications, transcripts, and any related training certifications and trainings (mandated reporter, suicide prevention, trauma, SAP, etc.).

    Send completed application packet to Teresa Baker via email, [email protected] , or mail to Riverview Intermediate Unit 6, 270 Mayfield Road, Clarion, PA, 16214.




    Accounting/Office Assistant
    S&W AutoBody

    S&W AutoBody, Lucinda, PA has a position open for accounting/office assistant.

    This is a full-time position but could be flexible on hours. The person would be working with QuickBooks in accounts payable, receivables, and billing. The individual would also be assisting with the operation of the front office such as answering the phone, scheduling, and invoicing.

    Pay is dependent upon experience. Benefits such as health insurance, retirement, and paid vacation time are included. Very friendly work environment.

    Please call 814-226-7046 to schedule an interview or email your resume to [email protected]




    Office Assistant/Ophthalmic Technician
    Clarion Eye Care

    Clarion Eye Care has an immediate opening for an Office Assistant/Ophthalmic Technician.

    They are looking for a highly motivated people person to join their growing practice! The position will be for 32-36 hours per week. This will include one evening per week and an occasional Saturday morning.

    The ideal candidate must:

    • be personable
    • be a team player
    • enjoy working with people
    • be able to efficiently multitask
    • be eager to learn
    • be willing to be cross-trained in other areas as needed

    *****Experience is preferred but NOT required*****

    Applicants should visit their website. Please take your resume AND application and apply in person.

    1350 East Main Street, Suite #20
    Clarion, PA 16214
    www.clarioneyecare.com




    Various Positions at Beverage-Air
    Beverage-Air

    Beverage-Air, in Brookville, currently has openings for various positions.

    Starting pay rate is $13.50/ hour. No experience is required.

    Pay can increase to as much as $18.50 with 5+ years of relevant manufacturing experience.

    • Premium pay for the weekend shift
    • Quarterly pay progression reviews
    • Paid vacation and holidays
    • Comprehensive benefits package

    Check out their job opportunities at https://beverage-air.com/careers




    Cashier/ Stocking
    Heeter Lumber

    Heeter Lumber currently has an opening for a Cashier/ Stocking Team Member.

    Position Description: The Cashier is responsible for customer sales. The cashier position is also responsible for register transactions involving the sale of and/or return of merchandise. Stocking, backroom, and receiving team members work to ensure customers can find all of the items they have on their shopping list. Your job could include moving inventory in the backroom, unloading trucks, or helping customers while stocking shelves.

    Reports to: Individual Store Manager

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • General Expectations:

      • Expected to be on time and ready to work while being organized and punctual
      • Please note duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice
      • Abide by Company Safety Program and Policies while performing duties safely
    • Customer Service
      • Project a positive representation of Heeter Lumber, Inc.
      • Greet customers entering and throughout the store
      • Clear customer checkout lines quickly and efficiently
      • Answer and monitor all calls
      • Communicate any problem or issue that requires management
      • Assist customers with store layout and product location
      • Be knowledgeable with product lines available to customers
      • Occasionally be expected to help load or carry purchases to vehicle
    • Register Operations
      • Follow all cash register transaction procedures
      • Responsible for balancing the register drawer if given this responsibility
    • Store Appearance and Upkeep
      • Keep the store and stock room, including checkout areas and entrance doors, neat and clean at all times
      • Assist with keeping counters stocked with merchandise
      • Assist in pricing, stocking, marking, and bagging of merchandise
      • Perform annual physical inventory count

    Qualifications:

    • High school graduate or GED equivalent
    • Sales experience preferred, but not required

    Things You Need to Know:

    • Full time position (40+ hours per week)
    • Standard store hours:
      • M-F: 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. or 5:00 p.m.
      • Sat: 7:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

    Physical Requirements:

    • Ability to stand for an extended period of time
    • Move and handle boxes of merchandise and fixtures throughout the store
    • Must occasionally lift up to 35lbs
    • Must wear protective devices as required by the company safety policy in the performance of the job

    Applicants can pick up applications in the New Bethlehem store, or online at www.heeterlumber.com. Please drop off the applications at the store.

    “Heeter Lumber Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer”




    Fiscal Assistant
    The County of Clarion

    Clarion County Children and Youth Services currently has an opening for a Fiscal Assistant.

    POSITION: Fiscal Assistant, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay
    DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA
    PAY GRADE: $26,187.20/year

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

    POSTING DATE: September 22, 2021

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: October 4, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

    QUALIFICATIONS:
    EDUCATION/TRAINING

    High School diploma or equivalency plus demonstrated business and computer knowledge required including Microsoft Office software.

    WORK EXPERIENCE
    Two years’ work experience performing bookkeeping duties required or any equivalent combination of experience and training.

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


    OVERALL OBJECTIVE OF JOB
    To provide fiscal support including the processing of invoices, bookkeeping functions, and financial reporting for fiscal departments. This is responsible clerical-accounting work involving the application of bookkeeping principles and practices. Work involves maintaining bookkeeping records including posting and proving; classifying accounting documents prior to posting; or preparing prescribed financial statements and reports. Work may include supervision over a small clerical staff, but in the absence of supervisory responsibilities, the difficulty of the work is correspondingly greater. Work may also involve typing, the use of standard office equipment, and the performance of related clerical tasks. Work methods are governed in detail by established account classifications and procedures. Difficult technical problems and irregularities are referred to a supervisor who observes work in progress and periodically reviews records.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB

    1. Prepares purchase orders, invoices, and other fiscal forms and documentation as needed.
    2. Organizes and scans deposits for fiscal as needed.
    3. Batches provider and vendor invoices for processing.
    4. Enters, maintains, and corrects client/provider data in County/State databases and creates documents with data system.
    5. Assists with contract preparation, mailing contracts to provider for signature and then scanning and logging executed contracts into software.
    6. Compiles provider contracts and tracking process to assure compliance with law, regulation, and agency practice.
    7. Types letters, memos, reports, contracts, vouchers, agendas, forms, lists, newsletters and a variety of other correspondence from handwritten draft, oral instruction, or original source documents as required.
    8. Develops and maintains spreadsheets for calculating services, fees, surveys or other information to summarize and report departmental activities.
    9. Prepares correspondence for processing and/or mailing.
    10. Operates computer, fax, copier, and other office equipment as necessary to perform essential functions.
    11. Prepares and updates various reports as required.
    12. Interacts with other internal departments and external agencies, staff and general public needed to carry out essential job duties.
    13. Prepares various informational packets for public relations and other department needs.
    14. Provides assistance with medical appointment verifications as needed.
    15. Provides assistance with liabilities as needed.
    16. Performs tracking of HSDF eligibility and documentation.

    OTHER DUTIES OF JOB

    1. Attends meetings and/or training sessions as required.
    2. Performs other job-related duties as required.
    3. Maintains a variety of files and records.

    SUPERVISION EXERCISED
    None

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED
    Receives occasional instruction and supervision from the Program Specialist.

    WORKING CONDITIONS

    • Works indoors in adequate workspace with adequate temperatures, ventilation and lighting.
    • Works with average indoor exposure to noise, stress and disruptions.
    • Normal indoor exposure to dust/dirt.

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS

    1. Must be able to sit for long periods throughout the workday, with intermittent periods of standing, walking, bending, twisting and reaching necessary to carry out duties of job.
    2. Dexterity requirements range from simple to coordinated movements of fingers/hands; feet/legs; torso necessary to carry out duties of job.
    3. Sedentary work with occasional lifting/carrying of objects with a maximum weight of ten pounds.
    4. Must demonstrate emotional stability.
    5. Must be able to cope with the physical and mental stress of the position.
    6. Must be able to pay close attention to details and concentrate on work.

    QUALIFICATIONS

    A. EDUCATION/TRAINING
    High School diploma or equivalency plus demonstrated business and computer knowledge required including Microsoft Office software.

    B. WORK EXPERIENCE
    Two years’ work experience performing bookkeeping duties required or any equivalent combination of experience and training.

    C. CLEARANCES

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

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

    1. Must be able to speak and understand the English language in an understandable manner in order to carry out essential functions of job.
    2. Must possess good communication and interpersonal skills.
    3. Must possess the ability to function independently, have the flexibility and the ability to work effectively with clients, co-workers and others.
    4. Must possess the ability to maintain confidentiality in regard to client information and records.
    5. Must possess the technical knowledge of operating personal computers and other office equipment with accuracy and reasonable speed.
    6. Must possess general knowledge of modern office practices and procedures and ability to apply same to essential duties of job.
    7. Must possess knowledge and ability to practice current and accurate usage of grammar, spelling and filing procedures.
    8. Must possess the ability to learn assigned clerical tasks and adhere to prescribed departmental procedures.
    9. Must possess the ability to learn county and legal rules, procedures and practices as necessary within department.
    10. Must possess the ability to be able to handle a variety of clerical duties and switch from one to another throughout the workday.
    11. Ability to perform detailed work with written or numerical data and to make arithmetical calculations rapidly and accurately.
    12. Ability to prepare routine and procedural financial reports and statements.
    13. Ability to plan, assign, review, and supervise the work of a small group of employees engaged in bookkeeping or clerical accounting operations.
    14. Ability to apply established methods to financial transactions.

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

    Applications are available:

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

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: October 4, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

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

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




    Caseworker 1- Ongoing
    The County of Clarion

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

    POSITION: Caseworker 1-Ongoing- Non-exempt, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay
    DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA
    PAY GRADE: $13.59/hour starting rate, Eligible for two 2.5% raises after completion of Foundations training and another 2.5% raise with promotion to Caseworker 2.

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

    POSTING DATE: September 22, 2021

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: October 4, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

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

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


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

    EXAMPLES OF DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

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

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

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

    QUALIFICATIONS
    EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

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

    CLEARANCES

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

    SUPERVISION EXERCISED
    None

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

    WORKING CONDITIONS

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

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS

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

    REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES

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

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

    Applications are available:

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

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: October 4, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

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

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




    Caseworker 1- Intake
    The County of Clarion

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

    POSITION: Caseworker 1-Intake- Non-exempt, Full-Time, 80 hours per pay
    DEPARTMENT: Children & Youth Services, Clarion, PA
    PAY GRADE: $13.59/hour starting rate, Eligible for two 2.5% raises after completion of Foundations training and another 2.5% raise with promotion to Caseworker 2.

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

    POSTING DATE: September 22, 2021

    HOW TO APPLY
    A County application is required to be considered for the advertised vacancy.

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

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


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

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF JOB

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

    OTHER DUTIES OF THE JOB

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

    SUPERVISION RECEIVED

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

    SUPERVISION GIVEN
    None

    WORKING CONDITIONS

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

    PHYSICAL AND MENTAL CONDITIONS

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

    QUALIFICATIONS EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

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

    Clearances:

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

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

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

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

    Applications are available:

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

    DEADLINE TO APPLY: October 4, 2021 at 4:00 PM.

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

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




    Full and Part-Time Direct Support Professionals
    The Arc of Clarion and Venango Counties

    The Arc of Clarion and Venango Counties is now hiring Direct Support Professionals.

    BONUS BONUS BONUS!!!

    Are you a dependable, compassionate, energetic person who wants to advance their career by supporting people who experience disabilities? Are you someone ready to try something new? Do you want an opportunity to do something rewarding, and a career where you can make a difference in someone’s life?

    If so, apply today at The Arc of Clarion and Venango Counties. Now hiring full and part-time Direct Support Professionals.

    BONUS BONUS BONUS!!!

    $5000 retention bonus! Bi-annual incentive bonuses! Exciting monthly employee incentives!

    The Arc has excellent benefits, including:

    • Competitive starting wage $12.50/hr!
    • Medical coverage for full time employees
    • Paid leave after probationary period
    • Great mileage reimbursement
    • Overtime available
    • The opportunity to make a difference!

    Applicants must:

    • Have a high school diploma or equivalent
    • Have acceptable clearances and pass a drug screening
    • Be 21 years of age or older
    • Possess a valid driver’s license and have reliable transportation
    • Have basic computer skills
    • Be willing to work a variety of shifts

    If you are interested in working for The Arc please email your resume to [email protected] or call (814) 226-7033 Ext. 304 for more information.

    The Arc is also doing open interviews at their office at 1064 East Main St. Clarion, PA 16214 on Monday through Friday from 8 A.M. to 3 P.M.




    Department Clerk III Floater
    County of Venango

    The County of Venango is currently accepting applications for a Department Clerk III ($9.60/hr.) position for their Children & Youth Services and Mental Health units.

    Full-Time, 40 hrs./wk. They provide paid holidays, vacations, and sick time; employer-paid individual coverage for medical, dental, and life insurance; employer-paid family vision; along with an excellent pension plan.

    Qualified candidates must successfully pass an interview. Successful candidates will work with the county to complete the clearance and drug screening process. All background checks must reflect acceptable results.

    All applicants are required to submit a County Application for Employment in order to be considered. Applications are available on their website by visiting the HR Job Application Process section of the Venango County Website at https://www.co.venango.pa.us/288/Job-Application-Process and clicking the appropriate link to download the form or via email upon request.

    All applications and any other employment-related documents must be submitted by 4:00 p.m. on 09/30/21. Late applications will not be considered.

    Job qualifications are obtainable online at www.pacareerlink.pa.gov or www.indeed.com or via email upon request. Questions can be addressed by calling 814-432-9551 or by email at [email protected]

    **Drug-Free Workplace** EOE M/F/D/V




    Multiple Openings Offered by All Seasons Temporaries Inc.
    All Seasons Temporaries, Inc.

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

    Maintenace Tech – Marienville

    11pm – 7am, $18/hr Non-Exempt
    Temp to perm 90 days

  • Must pass pre-employment screening
  • Must adhere to all safety policies
  • Required skills/experience:

    • Welding
    • PLC Troubleshooting
    • Hydraulics
    • Knowledge of belts, pulleys, and sprocket drive systems
    • Computer skills
    • Lock out Tag out procedures

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


    Assembler – Oil City

    1st shift, $11/hr. Non-Exempt
    Potential for Temporary to Permanent

    Requirements:

    • Prior use of hand/power tools
    • Ability to stand, lift, bend and twist during 8 hour shift
    • Ability to follow all safety regulations
    • Able to read prints for assembly

    Candidates will assemble products and prepare parts for shipping.

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


    Stick Layers and Bin Tenders – Marienville

    $12-$12.50/hour – 1st and 2nd shifts available – Non-Exempt

    Job Requirements:

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

    Duties (but not limited to):

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

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


    About All Season’s Temporaries Inc.

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

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

    Interested individuals may contact either office for available assignments.




    CNC Operator
    UFP Parker, LLC

    UFP Parker, LLC is now hiring a CNC Operator for their Parker Location.

    Competitive wages, a comprehensive benefits package, and a supportive, winning team attitude is what you will find as their new CNC Operator at UFP Parker, LLC.

    The following qualifications are required to be considered for the position.

    Knowledge:

    • Minimum high school diploma
    • Minimum of 1 year of experience working with heavy manufacturing and/or assembly equipment or equivalent schooling
    • Working knowledge of mathematical functions
    • Basic understanding of computer equipment
    • Must be at least 18 years of age

    Skills and Abilities:

    • Ability to work in a safe manner
    • Ability to recognize the quality of material
    • Demonstrates ability to perform LOTO
    • Demonstrates ability to follow specific instructions and directions
    • Demonstrate ability to use and operate hand tools
    • Demonstrate ability to stack material properly
    • Ability to pay attention to surroundings
    • Ability to identify safety issues in their work area, and notice equipment malfunctions
    • Ability to read a tape measure and read blueprints or plans
    • Ability to troubleshoot the machine or equipment in use
    • Ability to understand efficiencies and productivity measures
    • Demonstrate eye-hand coordination
    • Ability to work hours mandated by management

    Conduct:

    • Safety-conscious
    • Team player and goal-oriented
    • Open to change and positive attitude
    • Committed to plant and company goals
    • Participates in Safety and CI programs
    • Punctual and reliable
    • Looks for ways to improve productivity and department results

    If you are interested in seeing where your future with UFP Parker, LLC can lead, you can apply online at WWW.UFPI.COM/CAREERS

    Any questions may be directed to Shelly Kaltenbach, Field Recruiter.
    Email: [email protected]
    Cell (call or text): 814-316-1033
    Office: 724-399-2992

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


    In addition to the CNC Operator position, they have openings at both their Emlenton and Parker locations. Currently, there are open positions on both Day and Afternoon shifts. Positions are available for people with multiple skill levels. General Labor positions in the Mill involve cutting, stacking, and banding materials. Both the Industrial and Truss Assembler positions require some moderate skills such as being able to read a tape measure and basic blueprints.

    Both shifts provide competitive wages and most positions have a production bonus. The afternoon shift pays $1.50 more an hour shift differential. Medical, dental, and vision insurance; 401k; profit sharing; stock buy in options; and 9 paid holidays are just a few of the many benefits offered to their full-time employees.




    Two Paraprofessionals & Cheerleading Coach
    Keystone School District

    Keystone School District is currently looking to fill openings for two Paraprofessionals and a Cheerleading/ Competitive Spirit Varsity/ Jr Assistant Coach.

    Positions are available immediately at the Keystone School District.

    Interested candidates should send a Letter of Interest, Resume, Certificate, Current Act 34, 114, 151 and 168 Clearances and Three (3) Letters of Reference to:

    Mr. Michael McCormick, Acting Superintendent
    Keystone School District
    451 Huston Avenue
    Knox, PA 16232

    Deadline: Until Positions are Filled




    Temporary Jr/Sr High School Math Teacher
    Keystone School District

    Keystone School District is currently looking to fill an opening for a Temporary Jr/Sr High School Math Teacher.

    Available immediately. Must possess a Mathematics 7-12 or Middle-Level Mathematics Certification.

    Interested Applicants should send Letter of Interest, Pennsylvania Standard Application, Resume, Transcript, Certificate, Three Letters of Reference, Current Act 34, 114 and 151 Background Clearances, and Act 168 Disclosure Forms to:

    Mr. Michael McCormick, Acting Superintendent
    Keystone School District
    451 Huston Avenue
    Knox, PA 16232

    Deadline: October 8, 2021




    Temporary Part-Time Teacher
    Clarion Area School District

    Clarion Area School District has a Temporary Part-Time 3rd Grade teaching position open immediately.

    Must possess or be able to obtain all clearances.

    Send letter of interest, resume, PA Standard Teaching application, copy of certificate, transcripts, and three letters of recommendation to:

    Dr. Joseph L. Carrico, Superintendent
    Clarion Area School District
    221 Liberty Street
    Clarion, PA 16214

    The deadline for application is September 29, 2021.




    Multiple Positions at UFP Parker and Emlenton
    UFP Parker, LLC

    UFP Parker, LLC is currently hiring for multiple positions in both their Parker and Emlenton locations.

    Parker Location

    Day and Afternoon shift General Labor/Mill

    • Cutting, banding, and stacking wood components
    • Other duties as required
    • Experience reading a tape measure preferred

    Day and Afternoon shift Truss Assembler

    • Assemble truss with pre-cut components
    • Other duties as required
    • Experience reading a tape measure preferred

    Day shift Industrial Assembler

    • Assemble pallets, crates, and shipping boxes
    • Other duties as required
    • Must be able to use a variety of hand and pneumatic tools safely and comfortably
    • Experience reading a tape measure preferred

    Emlenton Location

    Day Shift Wall Builder

    • Assemble wall panels with pre-cut components
    • Other duties as required
    • Experience reading a tape measure is preferred

    Competitive wages and production bonus with most positions. The afternoon shift pays $1.50 more an hour shift differential.

    Employees of UFP Industries enjoy many benefits including:

    • Medical, dental, vision, and hospital indemnity insurance
    • 401k
    • Profit-sharing
    • 9 paid holidays
    • 40 hours unpaid vacation after 60 days, 40 hours paid vacation after a year
    • Too many more to list!

    If you are interested in seeing where your future with UFP Parker, LLC can lead, you can apply online at WWW.UFPI.COM/CAREERS

    Any questions may be directed to Shelly Kaltenbach, Field Recruiter.
    Email: [email protected]
    Cell (call or text): 814-316-1033
    Office: 724-399-2992

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




    Full-Time LPN
    Clarion Forest VNA

    Clarion Forest VNA is now hiring for a full-time LPN for the Clinical Information Department.

    This individual would be responsible for computer data entry, faxing and copying necessary paperwork for patient records, properly coding patients to ensure proper billing to insurance companies, communicating effectively with other staff members regarding patient information as well as many other clerical duties and tasks.

    Qualifications:

    • Licensed as LPN in Pennsylvania
    • Previous experience ICD coding preferred
    • The ability to deal with people in a calm and pleasant manner
    • Ability to use a telephone
    • Must be able to read and write legibly.
    • Ability to prioritize the importance of communications received
    • Ability to complete work in an accurate and timely manner
    • Ability to work well with other people as well as independently
    • Highly organized individuals are a plus
    • Medium-High level of computer experience
    • Experience in general office work is highly preferred.

    Office hours are Monday through Friday 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.

    WAGE NEGOTIABLE DEPENDENT ON EXPERIENCE LEVEL/QUALIFICATIONS.

    Benefits for full-time employees include health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance paid time off, and more!

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

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




    Multiple Positions at UFP Parker, LLC
    UFP Parker, LLC

    UFP Parker, LLC is hiring at their Parker, PA location.

    Day and afternoon shifts.

    Benefits:

    • Competitive wages
    • Medical insurance
    • Health savings account with company contribution
    • Dental insurance
    • Vision insurance
    • Basic and voluntary life insurance
    • Disability insurance
    • 401(k) plan with company match
    • Paid vacation and holidays
    • Stock purchase program with employee discount
    • Educational reimbursement
    • Wellness programs and challenges
    • Other supplemental benefits
    • Many more!

    Apply online at www.ufpi.com/careers — at Universal Forest Products.




    Auto Body Technician
    Gatesman Autobody

    Gatesman Autobody, in Lucinda, is currently seeking a Collision Repair and Automotive Painter.

    Combo technician, body repair, and automotive painting.

    Looking for a hard-working, meticulous employee who cares about turning out the highest quality repairs possible.

    Pay based on experience and skill level. Benefits Available. Weekends off. Paid Holidays. Tool Program. Training programs. Paid Vacation. Medical, Vision, and Dental Insurance Available. Employee Discount.

    Apply online at www.gatesmanautobody.com or stop in at 28177 Route 66, Lucinda, Pa 16235. Call 814-226-9468 with any questions.




    Career Opportunities with Venango County
    County of Venango

    The County of Venango is currently accepting applications for the following positions: Service Coordinator II CYS Ongoing; Service Coordinator II Outreach, Independent Living, and Mental Health; and Service Coordination Supervisor MH.

    • Service Coordinator II CYS Ongoing ($14.34/hr. plus $750 sign-on bonuses and $1,000 retention bonuses)
    • Service Coordinator II Outreach, Independent Living, and Mental Health ($14.34/hr. plus $750 sign­ on bonuses)
    • Service Coordination Supervisor MH ($18.50/hr.)

    All positions are full-time, 40 hrs./wk.

    They provide employer-paid individual coverage for medical (no waiting period), dental and life insurance, employer-paid family vision, along with an excellent pension plan.

    Qualified candidates must pass an interview. Successful candidates will work with Venango County to complete the clearance and drug screening process. All background checks must reflect acceptable results.

    Job qualifications and deadlines to apply are obtainable online at www.pacareerlink.pa.gov or www.indeed.com.

    County applications must be completed and returned to:

    Venango County Human Resources, Troy A. Wood
    Human Services Complex, 1 Dale Ave.
    Franklin, PA 16323

    by established deadlines. Late applications are not considered.

    You can download an application via their website by visiting the HR Job Application Process section of the Venango County website at https://www.co.venango.pa.us/288/Job­-Application-Process and clicking the appropriate link to download the form. Or, application and job description can also be provided via email upon request. Questions can be addressed by calling 814-432-9551 or via email at [email protected]

    **Drug-Free Workplace** EOE M/F/D/V




    Assistant Manager
    Cranberry Township, Venango County

    Cranberry Township, a Second Class Township of Venango County Pennsylvania, is seeking a qualified candidate to fill a position of a full-time Assistant Manager.

    This position shall report to the Township Manager and assist in the overall administration of the Township’s general affairs including the Road Department, Water Department, Sewer Department, and Parks and Recreation.

    Applicants shall have experience in business management, budget administration, human resources, grant writing, project oversight, and demonstrate qualifies of time management and fiscal responsibility.

    The ideal candidate shall have a minimum of five years of increased professional responsibility within a governmental entity and have earned a bachelor’s degree in public or business administration, political science, or a related field.

    Interested applicants can submit a resume, including references and salary expectations to the Cranberry Township Municipal Building located at 3726 State Route 257, P.O. Box 378. Seneca, PA 16346 no later than October 8th, 2021.

    Cranberry Township is an Equal Opportunity Employer.




    Multiple Positions at Clarion Psychiatric Center
    Clarion Psychiatric Center

    Clarion Psychiatric Center will be conduction open interviews for multiple positions on September 18.

    The event will take place from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at their facility located at 2 Hospital Drive, Clarion, PA 16214.

    Interviews will be conducted for the following positions:

    • RN
    • LPN
    • Mental Health Tech (MHT)
    • RN Supervisor
    • Call Center Specialist
    • Assistant Director of Clinical Services
    • and more!

    Visit https://intsignup.indeed.com/interview/64a387b5-7df9-4e6a-9c08-16063fa70b1d to RSVP.

    Speed up the process by applying ahead of time at clarioncenter.com

    Offers will be made on the spot!

    Call Emilee at 814.226.2394 with any questions.




    Direct Support Professionals
    The Arc of Clarion and Venango Counties

    The Arc of Clarion and Venango Counties is now hiring Direct Support Professionals for the following positions:

    • Full-time Direct Support Professionals (Clarion and Venango Counties)
    • Part-time Direct Support Professionals (Clarion and Venango Counties)

    Are you a dependable, compassionate, energetic person that wants to advance their career by supporting people who experience disabilities in their homes and communities? Are you someone ready to try something new, something rewarding, and venture into a new career where you would be making a difference in someone’s life?

    If so, The Arc of Clarion and Venango Counties welcomes you to apply today.

    This position requires a great deal of flexibility on the part of their employees. They must be willing to work a variety of shifts including evenings and weekends.

    The Arc has excellent benefits, including:

    • Competitive starting wage of $12.50/hr!
    • Medical coverage for full-time employees
    • Paid leave after probationary period
    • Great mileage reimbursement
    • Overtime available
    • The opportunity to make a difference!

    A qualified applicant must have the following:

    • High school diploma or equivalent
    • Acceptable clearances and drug screening
    • Must be 21 years of age or older
    • Must possess a valid Driver’s License and have reliable transportation
    • Must be willing to work a variety of shifts
    • Computer skills

    If you are interested in working for The Arc please email your resume to [email protected] or call (814) 226-7033 Ext. 304 for more information.

    The Arc is also doing open interviews at their office located at 1064 East Main St. Clarion, PA 16214 on Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.




    Full-Time Positions at Wagner Tarps
    Wagner Tarps

    Wagner Tarps, provider of durable, high-quality custom-made vinyl and mesh tarps for the trucking industry for over 25 years has immediate full-time openings at their Brookville facility.

    Positions are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

    On the job training, no experience is necessary, you will be trained to manufacture and install custom tarps. Training wage is 10$/hr after 30 days you can earn up to a 50 cent raise.

    Position includes a WEEKLY BONUS PROGRAM, paid holidays, paid vacation, paid uniforms, matched retirement, and Christmas bonus.

    Apply in person at:

    244 Industrial Park Road
    Brookville, PA




    Welders/Fitters and CNC/Manual Machinists
    Extreme Machine and Fab., Inc.

    Extreme Machine and Fab., Inc. has immediate openings for multiple positions.

    Welders and Fitters:

    • Require two years of welding or fitting experience, including familiarity of flux core welding.
    • Fitters supply their own tools but welders are supplied everything but their hood.

    CNC & Manual Machinists:

    • Operating Large Boring Mill, Vertical & Horizontal Mill, Small Mill, and Lathe

    Shop Maintenance, Machine Assembler, and Laborer positions are also available.

    All are full-time permanent positions, available for all shifts. Job Shop with excellent pay and benefits.

    Apply Online Here

    Extreme Machine and Fab., Inc.
    2340 Quality Lane
    West Middlesex, PA 16159



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