Revere Rome is Hiring

NY1306952  

Apprentice Mechanic for Revere Copper Products, Inc., Rome, NY.

SUMMARY – Responsible to act in accordance with the RCPI policies and procedures. The Apprentice Mechanic assists in the performance of performs a full range of assignments with the oversight of journey level trades-workers. Performs a variety of mechanical tasks related to heavy industrial equipment to include troubleshooting and repair of industrial machines and equipment. This position includes an educational and work hours requirement as stated in the NYS Industrial Mechanic Apprenticeship Program.

TYPICAL ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES – Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions; other duties may be assigned.

QUALIFICATIONS – must possess an aptitude to learn to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.  The following qualifications are desirable:

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE – The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required: minimum of High School Diploma or GED;  Some knowledge of mechanical troubleshooting; Some knowledge of machine repair;  Some knowledge of boiler rooms / hydraulics / welding / tube bending; and experience with Lean Manufacturing is highly desirable.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS – While performing the duties of this job, will be regularly exposed to work near moving mechanical parts; may be exposed to wet or humid conditions; May be exposed to outdoor weather conditions; May be regularly exposed to high noise environments; and may be exposed to extremely dusty environments.  Must possess strong mechanical interest & aptitude.  Apprentices must be able to work closely in a team environment.  Physical and drug test.  Shifts will vary with appropriate notice.  $17 per hour starting pay.  Revere offers a full range of benefits, including profit sharing and stock ownership.

**TO APPLY:  For consideration, please apply online at:  www.reverecopper.com/careers. Revere Copper Products, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.  HSD or GED is the required education.


Production Workers Wanted in Utica

Smith Packing is looking for production workers. They are willing to train the right candidates.  Location is within walking distance of Downtown Utica.

NY1307166

Production Worker.

Full time Monday through Friday and some Saturdays for Smith Packing Company in Utica, NY.

Smith Packing Company is a custom meat processor, food distributor and consolidator that offers storage and transportation services. Find out more at www.smithpacking.com.

Job Description: Assist in the processing of meat products including hot dogs, sausages and portioned meats.

Requirements: Reference/Security Check required. Willing to train the right candidate. Pay starts at $11.50 per hour, negotiable depending on experience. Benefits include health insurance, dental insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, paid holidays and retirement plan.

To apply, send a resume to cheryl@smithpacking.com.


Dutchland Plastics is Hiring

NY1307087 

Operator/Caster

Pay Rate: $13.00 per hour + $1.00 per hour shift premium

Shift: 3rd (11:00pm-7:10am)

Worksite Address: 120 Barlow Street, Canastota NY 13032

Must have reliable transportation. Must be dependable and work all scheduled shifts. Manufacturing experience a plus!

When you work at Dutchland Plastics, you are part of a team. They look for dependable, hardworking individuals that take pride in their work. Their direct manufacturing positions require the ability to work in a fast paced team environment and, although the work may be physically demanding at times, at the end of the day team members go home knowing that they created something new. Find out more about Dutchland Plastics by visiting our website: www.dutchland.com

Principal Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Remove finished products from molds.
  • Load molds with raw materials.
  • Measure and weigh raw material.
  • Be actively engaged in all lean manufacturing activities.
  • Perform job in a safe manner, putting safety first.
  • Maintain a clean and organized work environment.
  • Other duties as required.

Performance Expectations:  Quality, accuracy, timeliness, reliability, and thoroughness of work performed; ability to gain the trust and respect of fellow employees; ability to communicate effectively and develop good working relationships; ability to work with and through others is essential to accomplish goals and objectives of Dutchland Plastics.

Desired Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Dutchland will provide training on the rotational molding process.

1.Extensive understanding of the rotational molding process.

2.Ability to troubleshoot rotational molding situations.

3.Good organizational and communication skills.

4.Ability to use basic quality control tools and to read blueprints.

Requires skills in: Ability to read and write.

Requires ability to: Plan and organize work effectively and simultaneously; analyze problems, propose reasonable solutions, make logical decisions, carry out decisions made, and follow-up with feedback where appropriate.  Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions furnished in written and oral form.

Physical Job Requirements:

This is a physically demanding position; employees must possess the physical qualities necessary to perform the following job requirements:

Casters are continuously required to stand; walk; carry; grasp/grip; and lift up to 25 pounds.  The position frequently requires the ability to bend/twist; push; and pull. On occasion, this position requires the ability to climb; move in repetitive motions; and lift up to 50 pounds.

Work Environment: Manufacturing plant environment with warmer temperatures near ovens.

Benefits

Competitive wages

Bonuses

Paid vacation in 1st year

11 paid holidays

Insurance: medical, dental, vision, short and long-term disability, and life

401K plan

Interested applicants may apply online at https://www.dutchland.com/careers

 


Construction Laborers Wanted

NY1307129

Construction Laborers.

Full time, seasonal position with Tioga Contracting, LLC. Jobs are located in Delhi, Rome, Frankfort and other Central New York locations.

Description: Work on man-lift at heights up to 30 feet erecting steel framework. Install metal siding, insulation and metal roofing.

Requirements: 6 months of related construction experience, physical ability to perform the required job tasks and ability to work at heights. On the job training will be provided. Pay is negotiable, based on experience.

To apply, call or email Keri at 315-866-3199; kcarney@tiogamail.com for an interview time.


Employment Opportunity: Family Peer Advocate – Oneida and Herkimer Counties

Center for Family Life and Recovery, Inc. is an organization which is proud to be the area’s leading resource provider in Prevention, Mental Health and Behavioral Services, as well as Community and Family Recovery Programs. CFLR, Inc. works to transform the lives of those in our community. Their agency is comprised of a wide range of expertise across the mental health, substance use, and behavioral issue systems.

CFLR is currently seeking to fill a Family Peer Advocacy position. The Family Peer Advocate would play a vital role in improving the individuals’ quality of life.

Family Peer Advocate:

  • Provide Programming to families – one on one and in group setting
  • Establish and build relationships with community organizations and resources relating to the agency Mission/Vision. Attend local, regional and state committee/consortium/coalition meetings as relevant.
  • Demonstrate sensitivity to, and respect for, the diverse cultural backgrounds and practices of volunteers, consumers and staff.
  • Provide training to volunteers and referring professionals when needed.
  • Offer weekly family-friendly events throughout Oneida and Herkimer Counties;
  • Convene a Peer Family Support Group.

Click here to view the application.

If you are interested in being a Family Peer Advocate for the Center for Family Life and Recovery, Inc., please submit the Application-for-Employment form and submit to:

Cassandra Sheets, LMSW

Chief Executive Officer

Center for Family Life and Recovery, Inc.

502 Court Street, Suite 401

Utica, New York 13502

Office – 315-768-2645

Cell – 725-6705

Fax- 315-733-1789

Email- csheets@cflrinc.org

To see other job openings offered by CFLR, please visit: https://www.whenthereshelpthereshope.com/careers/


Science Technician Wanted at Hamilton College

Hamilton College is looking for a uniquely talented individual to fill an opening for Science Technician. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of woodworking, metal work and electronics. The job posting is below.

 

Science Technician, Full time for Hamilton College in Clinton, NY.  DE6554676

Assists faculty members in the technical aspects of their teaching and research. Primary responsibilities include building, maintaining, and repairing research laboratory equipment, introductory laboratory equipment, and classroom demonstration materials. This work can include wood working, metal working, and work with electronics to design, fabricate, and maintain items to meet faculty needs. This position also includes purchasing equipment for the shop and maintaining tools and resources in the shop, as well as other incidental tasks such as moving large items, refurbishing office space, setting up, and taking down demonstrations and laboratories.

Responsibilities:

  • Collaborates with faculty, staff, and students on design and construction of research, teaching, and senior projects.  This work includes woodworking, metalworking, and electrical instrumentation.  Approximately half of this work is done for the Physics Department and half for the Psychology, Geoscience, and Biology Departments. Time permitting, projects may be facilitated for Archaeology, Chemistry, Computer Science, and Environmental Studies.
  • Regularly assists Science Center students and faculty with quick short-term projects, such as drilling holes, cutting wood, and soldering wires.
  • Troubleshoots and repairs various broken laboratory equipment, sometimes urgently.
  • Advises faculty and students on components and instrumentation accessories to fit their needs.
  • Supervises students working in the shop, making sure they are following proper safety practices and shop procedures.
  • Assists with setting up, tearing down, and maintaining equipment for research laboratories, introductory laboratories, and teaching spaces.
  • Purchases wood, metal, and electrical components for science project construction needs.
  • Purchases materials, hardware and electrical components to maintain adequate stock for projects and miscellaneous work.
  • Maintains tools or related accessories and performs preventative maintenance on lab and shop equipment.
  • Teaches machine shop course for summer students, instructing them in shop safety practices and fundamentals of machine tool operations.
  • Maintains proper documentation of lab equipment and related accessories that have been purchased, constructed or modified. Keeps abreast of current technologies.

 

Interested applicants can apply online: https://nlx.jobsyn.org/538f656418b5441cb9425aeb9c1e84e5161


Dunkin Donuts Manager Wanted in Verona

NY1306501

Manager

Full time, 40-45 hours per week for Dunkin Donuts in Verona, NY.

SUMMARY:

As a Manager, you are a role model for exceptional Guest Service within the restaurant and encourage the team to deliver passionate customer service at all times. You will be empowered to make decisions that are in the best interest of our guests and provide a learning environment in accordance with the company’s culture and mission statement.

Managers need capability to count money and make change and ability to operate restaurant equipment and have experience as a Shift Manager and Crew Member.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Role models expected behavior and ensures team meets hospitality standards.
  • Utilizes all training and reference materials to aid in training the team.
  • Executes processes that ensure the restaurant meets safety and sanitation standards by utilizing the Red Book. Ensures that all local state and federal, combined with Dunkin Brand food safety standards are met.
  • Assists in interviewing applicants for open positions.
  • Executes processes that ensure inside and outside cleanliness standards are met.
  • Ensures self and team handle all Guest concerns/complaints utilizing LAST with a sense of urgency. Engages with Guests to ensure they are satisfied with service and products.
  • Executes travel paths and takes appropriate action to ensure that all operational standards are met.
  • Empowers the team to satisfy Guest needs and resolve concerns.
  • Communicates expectations for the team to deliver operations excellence.
  • Maintains cleanliness and operation of equipment and understands how to calibrate and care for all equipment.
  • Role models all company policies and ensures all direct reports follow the policies.
  • Communicates with the Restaurant Manager the issues of the day and follows up on the plans to correct.
  • Responsible for overseeing a number of subordinate employees during a specific time period. Communicates with members of the team the shift plan for the day and all duties team members are expected carry out that day.
  • Develops direct reports to their fullest potential using training and development resources.
  • Recognizes bottlenecks and possess the ability to change and execute the plan ensuring the team meets hospitality standards.
  • Handles and reports losses, employee behavior issues, accident/incident reports, serious customer complaints, and other significant issue to upper level management.
  • Responsible for all administrative functions for the store which include but are not limited to store funds, daily cash reports, product ordering, scheduling, and inventory.
  • Must be available to work any shift that is required to operate the restaurant which include all shifts, weekends and Holidays.
  • Analyzes sales, inventory, and guest reports to maximize profit.
  • Responsible for adhering to all federal, state and local labor laws.
  • Attracts customers by ensuring positive atmosphere, effective merchandizing, and superior overall store operations that meet Dunkin Brand Standards.
  • Identifies and investigates customer complaints and implements action plans to drive improvement.
  • Enforces the proper disciplinary measures when subordinate employees fail to adhere to company policy.
  • May be asked to transfer to other locations that are within a reasonable distance.

REQUIREMENTS: 1 year of restaurant management experience preferred. Comparable education or experience including any leadership experience will be considered. Willing to train the right candidate. Reference/Security check required.

SALARY AND BENEFITS: $50,000 annually plus benefits, negotiable depending on experience.

TO APPLY: Interested candidates should complete an online application at

http://www.wolakgroup.com/employment.html


Tops in Canastota is Hiring

NY1306750

Prepared Foods Clerk

Position Summary: The mission of all Tops associates is to adhere to the Tops vision of providing a friendly neighborhood store that saves the customer time and money. The prepared foods clerk must possess reasonable knowledge in storing, preparing, and maintaining prepared food products. The clerk is also responsible for providing remarkable customer service at all times.

Primary Responsibilities:

  • Provide attentive and courteous customer service by fulfilling customer questions about prepared foods products (i.e.: ready-made meals, packaged salads and subs).
  • Follow all Federal, State, and Local regulations as well as company policies regarding prepared food operations, safety, and sanitation.
  • Maintain a ‘clean as you go’ policy to ensure sanitary conditions at all times.
  • Adhere to company policy through proper processing, preparation, and packaging of product (i.e.: following recipes and cooking instructions.)
  • Maintain proper shelf, cooler, and case conditions, such as stocking, cleaning, and rotating product.
  • Follow all store Shrink guidelines with regard to keeping track of all discards.
  • Ensure proper temperatures and working condition of cases (hot and cold) as well as maintaining all equipment.
  • Follow direction from the prepared foods manager and ASM, perform tasks as assigned.

Essential Functions and Requirements:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Ability to read, write, and perform basic math functions.
  • Possess basic computer skills.
  • Minimize shrink through proper handling and storing of product.
  • Occasional amounts of walking, lifting, carrying loads up to 60lbs, stooping, crouching, crawling, and kneeling.
  • Frequent amounts of standing, sitting, pushing/pulling loads up to 65lbs.
  • Operation of the following; Oven/Stove, Fryolator, Computerized Scales, Microwave, Slicer, Food Processor, Wrapping Machine, Toaster, Dishwasher, Pizza Dough Press.

Interested applicants email a resume to caustin@topsmarkets.com


Half Pint Academy is Hiring

NY1303214 

Teacher 

Immediate need at a kindergarten readiness program in Clinton, NY.  Full-time, 35-40 hours per week, M-F.  Year around position.  Will head up teaching duties and direct classroom activities at a pre-school (ages 3-5).  Minimum Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education required.  Must be good with children and have reliable transportation.  Should be well-organized and neat.  References required.  Work schedule will vary according to need.  Salary is based on experience.  Benefits available.

Call Kathleen Lloyd, (315) 853-3612, for an appointment. A resume also may be mailed to: Attn: Kathleen Lloyd, Half Pint Academy, 7829 State Route 5, Clinton, NY 13323.  Email to halfpintccc@aol.com


NY1303212 

Teacher Assistant

Immediate need at a kindergarten readiness program in Clinton, NY. Full-time, days, Monday to Friday. Year-round position. Will assist with the teaching duties and classroom activities at a pre-school (ages 3-5). Minimum HS diploma or GED, and some experience CDA or an Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood Education. Must be good with children and have reliable transportation. Should be well-organized and neat. References required. Work schedule will vary according to need. Salary is based on experience. Benefits are available. Call Kathleen Lloyd, (315) 853-3612, for an appointment. A resume also may be mailed to: Attn: Kathleen Lloyd, Half Pint Academy, 7829 State Route 5, Clinton, NY 13323. Email to halfpintccc@aol.com


Birnie Bus Hiring Drivers and Trainees

NY1306364

School Bus Driver Trainees

Part time, split shift, mornings and afternoons for Birnie Bus Service. Openings throughout Central New York.

Summary: Position is responsible for operating a school bus and transporting school-aged children and other authorized personnel safely and efficiently over specified routes to and from schools and various activities. Position conducts pre-trip inspections; observes safety regulations and policies; enforces student discipline on the bus; and performs related work as required.

Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills and/or Abilities Required):

  • Must beat least 21 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma (GED) or any equivalent combination of education and experience that would provide the noted knowledge, skills, and abilities.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and have at least 1 year experience driving
  • Must pass a background check, pre-employment drug test and be able pass random drug and alcohol tests after hire
  • Must possess knowledge of, or the ability to accurately and quickly learn, local street and road systems. Must meet the mandated physical and mental requirements established by the state and the US Department of Transportation- the school division is not permitted to employ individuals that do not meet these standards.
  • Must be capable of working independently and possess the ability to understand and follow through on oral and written instructions.
  • Must possess the ability to interact with students, parents, and faculty in a positive and proper manner.

Interested candidates may also apply online at www.jointeambirnie.com


NY1303555   

School Bus Drivers

Part time, split shift, mornings and afternoons for Birnie Bus Service. Openings throughout Central New York.

Summary: Position is responsible for operating a school bus and transporting school-aged children and other authorized personnel safely and efficiently over specified routes to and from schools and various activities. Position conducts pre-trip inspections; observes safety regulations and policies; enforces student discipline on the bus; and performs related work.

Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills and/or Abilities Required):

  • Must possess a high school diploma (GED) or any equivalent combination of education and experience that would provide the noted knowledge, skills, and abilities.
  • Must possess a valid commercial driver’s license to operate a school bus or must acquire one prior to the completion of the division’s classroom training course.
  • Must possess basic first aid and CPR certification or must acquire such prior to the completion of the division’s classroom training course. (Pertains to certain Drivers).
  • Must possess an excellent driving record in compliance with division standards, excellent driving skills, and must successfully complete the school division’s bus driver training course.
  • Must possess a good knowledge of procedures and federal/state laws governing the safe operation of a school bus prior to the completion of the division’s training course.
  • Must possess knowledge of, or the ability to accurately and quickly learn, local street and road systems.
  • Must possess know ledge of, or the ability to accurately and quickly learn, how to properly secure a wheelchair, car seat, and other restraining devices on a school bus.
  • Must possess the ability to maintain student discipline and ensure that student behavior is not a distraction to safe driving. Must possess the ability to recognize and report any unsafe act or condition.
  • Must remain in compliance with state/division regulations regarding the use of controlled substances and alcohol as applied to school bus drivers.
  • Must meet the mandated physical and mental requirements established by the state and the US Department of Transportation–the school division is not permitted to employ individuals that do not meet these standards.
  • Must be capable of working independently and possess the ability to understand and follow through on oral and written instructions.
  • Must possess the ability to interact with students, parents, and faculty in a positive and proper manner.

Interested candidates may also apply online at www.jointeambirnie.com