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elderly care

65yr old female needs personal care assistant to provide personal care some WEEKDAY EVENINGS and some WEEKEND hours. Up to 12 hours weekly.

You should apply if you: • Enjoy helping others. • Are extremely punctual and dependable. • Are service minded and caring. • Are available to work part time • Can provide moderate lifting assistance ( • Do not smoke. • Are extremely organized and pay attention to detail. • Have excellent time management skills. • Have a strong work ethic and positive attitude. • Are positive and energetic like I.

Schedule: available will be discussed Duties include: Personal care, laundry and handling business attire, light household chores, simple meal preparation,, errands, grocery shopping, medical supply stocking and inventory, and occasional simple household maintenance.

Benefits: • Clean, quiet home environment • Safe neighborhood, active security system • Steady, regular schedule with long term employment • Directly employed by her son -- no agency in the middle

Now Hiring for F2016! Conservatory Library Circulation Assistant

Work at the Conservatory Library Circulation Desk, aiding patrons in navigating the library facility and its holdings, as well as engaging in circulation of library materials and completing special tasks as assigned.

Over the course of training with library staff, you will become fluent in using both Library of Congress and Dewey Decimal classification systems. You will also learn the ins and outs of the library catalog, circulation software, and collection navigation.

This position requires a minimum commitment of 4 hours per week, at a starting rate of $8.20/hour. It will begin in the Fall 2016 semester, with training taking place either during Orientation Week or as early in the semester as possible. Possible shifts include evenings and weekends.

Incoming first-year students from both College and Conservatory are encouraged to apply!

RESPONSIBILITIES: - See to circulation of the general collection, as well as Reserve items - Assist patrons with library copiers, printer and equipment - Enforce library policies and procedures - Maintain an excellent customer-service attitude in dealing with patrons - Keep up-to-date on Conservatory Library policies and instruction in the form of staff training, audio/visual information sources, and online/local documentation - Other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS: Required: Must be a current or incoming Oberlin College or Conservatory student. Must be reliable, punctual, and courteous to patrons/staff.

Desirable: Work Study award and previous library/customer service experience.

OTHER: All student jobs are located at jobs.oberlin.edu. To apply for this position, please apply to the posting at the following hyperlink: https://jobs.oberlin.edu/postings/392

All applications due by 11:59pm on Sunday, August 7th. If you have any questions, please contact Greg Solow, Circulation Coordinator, at gsolow@oberlin.edu.

Thank you for your consideration of the Conservatory Library!

Oberlin College Library actively seeks a diverse student staff. Oberlin College is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity employer.

Social Service Intern Wanted (Paid)

This is a paid, work-study position with Oberlin Community Services. Located at 285 South Professor St., Oberlin Community Services is a responsive community organization that provides direct assistance, referrals, outreach services and educational support to Oberlin, New Russia Township, and southern Lorain County residents who seek help meeting basic needs.To apply, you must be a College student and you must receive Federal Work Study (different from Oberlin College work study). Students can work 3-12 hours per week for the duration of Fall and Spring semesters. Shifts are 9am-12pm and/or 1pm-5pm Mondays-Fridays.

This position entails staffing our front desk, greeting constituents, and completing administrative work and office tasks. This work is absolutely essential to OCS' day-to-day functioning. Ideally, candidates could commit to at least two semesters working with us. Applicants should be prepared to work with community members without judgement, be able to keep composure in stressful situations, multitask well, have good communication skills, and be dependable and on time.

Other, optional tasks involve: participation in monthly free food distributions; volunteer work in our warehouse and pantry; other organizational food and environmental projects.

If you have any questions or need any more information, feel free to contact OCS's Volunteer Coordinator Hannah Rosenberg at hrosenbe@oberlin.edu. Or call Oberlin Community Services at 440-774-6579.

CROSSING GUARD / CROSSING GUARD ALTERNATE

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

OBERLIN POLICE DEPARTMENT CROSSING GUARD / CROSSING GUARD ALTERNATE

(Part-Time/Seasonal)

The City of Oberlin Police Department is accepting applications for Part-Time Crossing Guards and Crossing Guard Alternates to work during the school year.

The Crossing Guard position works daily, Monday through Friday, 1 hour in the morning and 1 hour in the afternoon, coinciding with school schedules.

The Crossing Guard Alternate position works on an as-needed basis, potentially every day, Monday through Friday, 1 hour in the morning and 1 hour in the afternoon, coinciding with school schedules.

Minimum Qualifications: Must be 18 years old or older, successfully pass a criminal background check and drug screening, and have reliable transportation and a working phone.

Hourly rate: $9.00/hour

Application and full job description are available at www.cityofoberlin.com and at Oberlin City Hall (85 S. Main Street, Oberlin, Ohio 44074). Applications should be returned via email to hr@cityofoberlin.com or mailed to: City of Oberlin Human Resources Department, Oberlin City Hall, 85 S. Main Street, Oberlin, Ohio 44074.

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis to fill vacancies.

The City of Oberlin is a Drug-Free Workplace and an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.