Back 2 Work


"Back to Work" January 4th – January 8th, 2010


Monday January 4th

Bus Drivers/Driver Trainees


Year-round positions are available. High School Diploma/GED and references required. A valid NYS driver license is needed; CDL B or C preferred. Must be at least 21 years of age to obtain P Endorsement. Part time hours; morning or afternoon. Background check. Abstract will be obtained to show clean driving record. Must pass physical and drug screen.    

Pay not specified

# NY0928319

Monday January 4th

Crew Member - Utility Pole Restoration

Northeast/New England area

Crew Member to inspect, excavate and treat utility poles, at least 40 hours per week between the hours of 5:00am and 10:00pm (Monday - Saturday, depending on weather). Will be using hand shovels, drills and other small power tools. Must be physically able to lift up to 65 pounds. Will be working outdoors, walking on uneven ground and digging. Will possibly work with pesticides once trained and experienced. High School diploma or GED. Valid Driver license helpful, but not required. Will be traveling with living allowance and travel per diem (between jobs).   

Pay: $9.00 - $11.00 per hour

# NY0928275


Tuesday January 5th

Automotive Technician I


Inspect vehicles thoroughly and repair or replace broken or worn components. Perform preventative maintenance on heating and air systems. High school diploma or equivalent. Two to four years of related mechanical experience required. Must possess a valid NYS driver's license. Must be able to stand, walk, sit, bend, twist, squat, kneel, climb, crawl and reach above the shoulder. Repetitive use of the hands for simple grasping, pushing, pulling, i.e. small automotive tools, etc. Must have the ability to continuously lift up to 35 lbs., frequently up to 50 lbs. and occasionally over 100lbs. using power lifting techniques. Must be able to work around mechanical, chemical and electrical hazards. Must pass a security check and drug testing.  

Pay: $12.05 - $15.36 per hour

# NY0928183


Tuesday January 5th

ESOL Teacher


Candidates must have current NYS Certification. Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:30am-2:30pm. Duration is from January to June, 2010. Salary per contractual agreement. Please apply by January 12, 2010. Benefits.   

Pay not specified

# NY0927917

Wednesday January 6th

Claims Specialist 


Handle all types of serious multi-line claims, including personal injury and death. May have numerous contacts with claimant and company attorneys by telephone and in writing. College degree or equivalent business experience and excellent communication skills are required. At least 1-2 years of previous adjusting experience and involvement in IIA, AIC and/or CPCU coursework is required. Must pass reference check and drug screening. Benefits.  

Pay not specified

# NY0928400

Wednesday January 6th

RF Communications Technician


Requires four years minimum experience installing, aligning and troubleshooting VHF, UHF two-way radios and radio systems, as well as analog and digital, bench and field repair and testing antenna systems using network analyzer. DOS and Windows computer experience necessary. FCC license, ETA Certifications or equivalent would be a plus. Minimum of a high school diploma and a valid NYS driver's license are required. Pass reference/security check and drug testing.   

Pay not specified

# NY0927063

Thursday January 7th

Census Taker Positions  

Herkimer and surrounding areas

Census Taker Positions (Recruiting Assistants) needed in Herkimer & surrounding areas. Assignments through 08/31/2010. Census Takers usually work in their own neighborhoods or communities. Work varied hours, normally 20-40 hours/week. Assignments can last up to several weeks. Interviewing operations will take place in the spring and summer of 2010. These operations involve knocking on doors and conducting interviews with residents. References required.

Pay: $9.25 - $14.00 per hour

#  NY0928148

Thursday January 7th

Habilitation Specialist I

Boonville & Lowville areas

Part time, late afternoon/early evening hours. High School diploma/GED, valid NYS driver's license, exp. Working with children a plus. Provide daily living skills training/supervision to individuals with disabilities to the extent required by their Individual Services Plan, while promoting personal choice and independence.  

Pay not specified

# NY0928386


Friday January 8th

Manufacturing Engineer 


Responsible for developing, implementing and improving manufacturing process. Optimize productivity through efficient, ergonomic and safe work station and tooling designs. Project management of new equipment, including evaluation, design, specification, selection, justification, acquisition, installation, training and sign-off to manufacturing. A Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Industrial or Mechanical is preferred. Understanding of Cutting Tool Design and Jig & Fixture Design for Production necessary. Be familiar with ISO 9001 Standards and practices. Pass a reference/security check; pass a physical and drug testing. Benefits.

Pay not specified

# NY0928420


Friday January 8th  

Court Advocate


Responsible for effective service delivery to victims of domestic violence in court settings. Maintain client records and maintain accurate program data according to policy/procedure, providing information upon request, and write reports as requested. Associate degree in criminal justice, social work, human services or related field preferred, and two years experience in the field of domestic & sexual violence preferred; strong communication skills, ability to work independently & ability to work with people; and ability to travel. References required. Benefits.

Pay: $20,000 per year

# NY0928415


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