Principal Account Clerk Needed

The Herkimer County Treasurer’s Department is looking for a full-time, competitive class Principal Account Clerk.

This position may be filled from a certified list of eligibles or with exception that a person may be eligible for promotion, transfer or reinstatement according to civil service rules.

For further information contact:

Kimberlee Enea, Treasurer

Herkimer County Treasurer’s Office

109 Mary Street, Ste. 3100

Herkimer, NY 13350

315-867-1145


Production Coffee Roaster Apprentice Wanted

NY1284056 (SUPPRESSED JOB ORDER)

Production Coffee Roaster Apprentice.

Full time, day shift. Work days may vary.

Job Duties:

  • Ensure Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) are maintained.
  • Will work with the Head Coffee Roaster in roasting experiments, along with providing consistency in roasting profiles.
  • Fulfill daily/weekly roasting responsibilities and tasks.
  • Assist in maintaining/cleaning roasting equipment.
  • Cup/Evaluate product.

Qualifications:

  • Must be able to maintain strong level of focus.
  • Preferred background in working with machinery.
  • Strong Communication Skills.
  • Stays cool under pressure.
  • Preferred passion for coffee.
  • Must be willing to learn about coffee.
  • Preferred ability or willingness to refine palate to evaluate coffee.

To apply send resume and cover letter explaining why you are interested in becoming a Coffee Roaster Apprentice to ellen.bennett@labor.ny.gov.


Machine Operator Position Open

NY1284057 (SUPPRESSED JOB ORDER)

Machine Operator.

Full time for a food manufacturer in Utica, NY. Work days may vary. First shift.

Job Duties:

Operating packing machines including K-cup manufacturing machine and coffee frac pack machine.

Requirements: High School Diploma and one year of production machine operating experience. Experience operating tea or coffee packaging machines a plus. Must have a valid NY State Driver’s License.

To apply send resume and cover letter to ellen.bennett@labor.ny.gov.


General Maintenance Worker Needed

NY1284059 (SUPPRESSED JOB ORDER)

General Maintenance Worker.

Full time for a food manufacturer in Utica, NY.

Work days may vary. First shift.

Must be versatile and have basic skills in the various trades involved in the building maintenance field including carpentry, electrical, plumbing, painting, cleaning, snow removal and grounds maintenance.  Must be physically capable of performing all aspects of the job with no lifting limitations.

Requirements: High School diploma and a valid NY State Driver’s license. One year of related experience required. Interested candidates to email a resume and cover letter to ellen.bennett@labor.ny.gov to be forwarded to the business.


Cleaners Wanted

NY1284790

Cleaners

Glistening Cleaning Services has both full and part time openings for experienced and dependable Cleaners.  Must have a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation, overtime as needed.  Candidates will be reimbursed for mileage.  Tips are possible. Pay is $12.00 – 14.00 p/hr.  Positions need to be filled ASAP in the following locations; Rome, Utica, Liverpool, Cicero, Syracuse, Hamilton, Cazenovia and everything in between.  Candidates must like to travel.

Interested applicants may call Carol at 315-361-4881 to set up an appointment and fill out an application.


Tower Climbers/Technicians Wanted – Immediate Openings

NY1284753

Communications Tower Climbers for Mid-State Communications, in Oriskany, NY. Immediate full-time openings for self-motivated, safety-conscious and quick learners to join the team installing Communications Equipment/Antennas/Coax and mounting hardware etc. on towers, monopoles, rooftops, etc. Candidates will be required to work at heights (average 0- 300 ft.) and to follow all State, Federal, Industry, NATE and Company Safety Regulations and Procedures. 2 years’ experience as a tower climber or in the industry preferred, but will train qualified personnel. Must possess a clean NYS Driver License / Record, and minimum of High School/GED. A CDL w/air brakes would be a plus but not required. Current Experience, Safety, Specialized training and Industry Certifications a plus.  Electrician and Electrical, Generator and/or HVAC  experience would give an applicant a considerable advantage.    Work locations are generally out of town via company vehicles, home weekends. Overnight and per diem expenses paid. Background check and Pre-Employment/Random Drug Tests are performed as part of the Safety Program. Full time, Monday thru Friday. Pay depends on experience and will be discussed at the interview. Overtime & benefits available.  To apply, qualified candidates may submit a resume by e-mail to Gary Yourdon at gary@midstatecomm.com. EEO.


Staff Psychologist Wanted at Colgate University

Staff Psychologist – Colgate University, Hamilton, NY – Relocation Assistance Available
Colgate’s Counseling Center is committed to providing high-quality, confidential, ethical, and culturally affirming mental health services to Colgate University students. Staff members work as a team to offer services from an integrated clinical/developmental model to assist students as they pursue their education.

As Staff Psychologist, this critical student services position is primarily responsible for providing confidential counseling/psychological services to students. A strong preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate an interest in and experience with multicultural counseling, and with a specific interest and passion in working with students from historically underrepresented backgrounds.

This generalist position includes areas of focus and responsibility for:

  • high quality of treatment, measured by overall improvement in symptoms and client self-report;
  • client satisfaction with treatment and a timely response and provision of services;
  • assessment of student mental health needs through clinical interview and symptom inventories, as needed;
  • effective provision of services via individual and group therapy;
  • appropriate and effective crisis response;
  • timely and effective on-call support of after-hours mental health needs (approximately one night/week);
  • providing expert consultation and information to campus partners and department members ;
  • building relationships and creating opportunities for collaboration with campus partners who support underrepresented students on campus, including ALANA, LGBTQ+ Initiatives, and the Office of International Student Services;
  • ensuring confidentiality and maintenance of records in compliance with professional standards;
  • assessing efforts to ensure congruence with stated objectives and counseling outcomes;
  • providing all services remaining steadfast to professional and ethical standards and compliance with state law;
  • ensuring continuity of care between on- and off-campus resources with regards to individual student mental health care, including case management;
  • ensuring effective outreach to historically marginalized communities and related student organizations;
  • providing professional development in-service opportunities related to cultural competency with Counseling Center staff and other dean of the college partner colleagues; and possessing respect, understanding, sensitivity and competency with cultural, religious, racial, and socioeconomic diversity and backgrounds.

As part of this role, the incumbent is responsible for the following:

  • as required, developing and administering specific counseling programs (e.g. group therapy, outreach); and
  • as required, collaborating with campus partners to extend and promote campus mental health and overall wellness needs;
  • as required, may be responsible for providing effective advice, counsel, and leadership on University committees.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Prior experience in working at a college/university counseling center, and/or with college-aged populations
  • A collaborative spirit of warmth, acceptance, respect, and trust towards colleagues
  •  Well-developed counseling and crisis intervention skills
  • Self-motivated and self-directed, able to work independently while also contributing positively to a team-oriented environment
  • Familiarity with short-term models of counseling and psychotherapy
  • Experience in providing outreach and consultation services to students from underrepresented groups and identities highly desired.
    Education
  • A master’s degree in counseling, social work, or related mental health field is required, with the necessary degree fulfillment for the doctoral degree in psychology or related field (e.g. Ph.D., Psy.D., Ed.D.)

Apply online at https://nlx.jobsyn.org/0d95533feb65474f88c8a4ca2e1de6dc161


Grant Writer Needed

This position is a Full Time Executive level position with the responsibility of leading the growth and overall development of the agency. The Grant Writer will work closely with the Executive Team, appropriate board committees and community partners to identify new opportunities for the agency that align with the mission and prepare the applications for funding. This may also include assisting with renewal applications of existing programs. This position will also assist in implementation of any new programs.

Starting pay is $50,000 annually with full benefits and flexible hours.
• Responsible for conducting the full range of activities required to prepare, submit, and manage grant proposals to foundation and corporate and government sources.
• Perform research relevant to new opportunities
• Understand the organization’s programs, goals and financial needs
• Keep careful records to track proposals
• Build relationships with partners.
• Promote the organization in the community.
• Develop corresponding budgets.
• Ensure compliance with all grant reporting as required by funders.
• Provide stewardship to current donors, including regular written updates (newsletters etc) to funders
• Assist with other fundraising projects as requested

The Grant Writer must meet the following minimum qualifications:
• Undergraduate degree from an accredited college or university; Graduate study in the general areas of communication, leadership development or non-profit management preferred with two years of experience in grant writing; or six years of qualified responsibilities related to inherent in this position.
• Ability to recognize and understand the causes of poverty and the conditional and environmental effects of poverty.
• Ability to research data applicable to project
• Enthusiastic and motivated.
• Previous experience with non-profit fundraising.
• Experience working in deadline-driven environments.
• Able to work well in a team environment, handle multiple assignments and meet deadlines.
• Must have reliable transportation and a clean and valid NYS Driver’s License.

Please visit the agency website at mvcaa.com to view complete job description and apply!


Medical Assistant Wanted in Utica, NY

NY1283968

Medical Assistant.

Full time for Mohawk Valley Endocrinology in Utica, NY.

Days and Hours: Monday through Thursday 8:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Job Duties:

  • Prepare treatment rooms for patient examinations, keeping the rooms neat and clean.
  • Show patients to examination rooms and prepare them for the physician.
  • Interview patients to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight, and height.
  • Record patients’ medical history, vital statistics, and other information in medical records.

Requirements: High School Diploma or the equivalent, good customer service skills, basic computer skills, and the ability to multi-task. No experience required. Will train the right candidate.

Reference/security check, physical and drug test required. Benefits include health insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, and paid holidays.

To apply, email a resume to mohawkvalleyendocrinology@gmail.com or call 315-725-8892 to set up an interview.


Assembler Needed in Utica

NY1283574

Assembler

Immediate opening.

Full time position with Fraternal Composite Services in Utica, NY.

Days and hours: Monday through Thursday, 8 am to 4:30 pm; Friday, 8 am to 3:30 pm.

Duties: Apply photographs to a Mat Board according to a specific number location.

Requirements: High school diploma.  Must have a good eye for color and attention to detail.

Pay is $10.40 per hour.

To apply fax a resume to 315-733-1088 or email a resume to heather@fraternalcomposite.com

No phone calls or walk-ins please.