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Visiting Student Looking for Summer Work

My name is Shannon, I'm 22, and just graduated from Skidmore College (Social Work/Dance double major) in upstate NY. I'll be moving to Oberlin for 5 weeks this summer to live with my brother. I am looking for any kind of house sitting, baby sitting, or around-the-house help jobs. I have years of experience working with children and have my own car as well.

Available starting Monday, June 26th until the week of July 23rd. Please contact me if interested!

sgunter@skidmore.edu 505-362-7551

EBAY Intern...

Acoustik Musik, Ltd. is looking for a someone to do our Ebay sales. We need someone who can work 10-15 + hours a week for the whole summer. The work schedule is somewhat flexible and we offer a relaxed working environment. We are located 1 mile west from Route 58 on West College Street. It would be helpful if you had your own vehicle for trips to the Post Office and UPS. If not, a vehicle can be provided. (We pay mileage for use of your vehicle.)

Your main duties include researching pricing for items, creating listings for items on the program Garage Sale, photographing the items, calculating shipping costs, packaging items, and interacting with customers through our eBay store. You need to be good at marketing items to potential Ebay clients. Some additional duties maybe assigned as needed.

A working knowledge and experience with eBay would be to your advantage. You must have good Mac computer skills and know how to use a digital camera. You should be very dependable, punctual and detailed oriented and the job requires consistency and initiative. You should also be self-motivated and be good at multitasking. Salary is $10.00 per hour to start. This job may go into next school year if you want to continue.

We try very hard to work around your schedule conflicts but showing up daily and on time is important. This is not a full-time job and you will be paid as a 1099 Independent contractor. We are looking for a young person 18 to 24 years old. This would be the perfect opportunity for a recent college graduate who is staying in Oberlin and needs a part-time job.

Interviews start soon so send us an email with your resume/qualifications. We will look forward to talking to you within the next week. Please let your friends know about this job.

If interested contact tbethel@oberlin.net Applications are now open.

Slow Train is hiring

This busy coffee shop in downtown Oberlin is seeking highly motived self starters, preferably with previous customer service experience. The job entails waiting on customers and preparing high quality coffee beverages. You must be punctual, courteous and efficient.

Requirements: team player with great customer service skills, puts quality and attention to detail at the top of the list,* self motivated and efficient when completing tasks

Positions available: Full- time 20-35 hours Part- time 10-20 hours

To download an application: http://www.slowtraincafe.com/file/Employment_STC.pdf Quesitons? email tracy@slowtraincafe.com

The Local Coffee & Tea is now accepting applications

We are a local independent coffee shop in downtown Oberlin looking for Full-time and Part-time positions.

No prior coffee knowledge is required, though a love for well crafted brew does help! We are specifically looking for individuals who are open to taking on many different tasks within our coffee shop and bakery. You will learn how to prepare high quality beverages as well as have the opportunity to bake some of our delectable fresh baked treats.

Requirements: -Loves to learn new skills -Enjoys working in a team atmosphere with others -Punctual, reliable -Values exceptional customer service

To download our application: http://www.thelocalcoffee.com/lct_employment.pdf

Questions? email katie@thelocalcoffee.com

Ohio History Service Corps/AmeriCorps Member

The Oberlin Heritage Center is tremendously pleased to announce once again that we have been chosen as a host site for an Ohio History Service Corps/AmeriCorps member for the 2017-2018 program year.

The selected participant will work part-time on projects at the Oberlin Heritage Center and part-time assisting other history organizations in the region. The program year runs from September 20, 2017 through August 2018. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and a college graduate.

Member Duties: Members will assist local history organizations in building their capacity. Members may be responsible for activities such as the following: development and implementation of interpretive programs and exhibits; assistance with collections management and curation, including inventorying and cataloging; digitization of collections items to make them more publicly accessible via the Internet; conducting audience research and evaluation so organizations know who is visiting and what those visitors want from them; assisting organizations in refining their mission, vision, and governance, and providing training and assistance in volunteer recruitment management; training organizations' existing staff and volunteers in the best practices being implemented; developing and implementing workshops with field leaders on the above topics.

To Apply: This program is managed by the Ohio History Connection in Columbus. In order to be considered for the position, all prospective members (including any current members interested in returning for an additional year of service) must apply through the My AmeriCorps website at https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?id=46593&fromSearch=true .

Application Deadline: August 15, 2017, accepted on a rolling basis. Reviews and interviews begin immediately, so early applications are encouraged.

Questions can be referred to Amanda Manahan (tourinfo@oberlinheritage.org) or to Amy Rohmiller (arohmiller@ohiohistory.org), the AmeriCorps Coordinator at the Ohio History Connection.

Looking for a summer job?

Looking for a summer job? The Residential Education are looking for a few individuals to serve as summer facilities assists.

The Summer Facilities Assistant assists the Residential Education Operations Assistant in the accomplishment of maintenance duties within College housing. Main work responsibilities include repair and maintenance work on student furniture, moving of student furniture, and assisting with Conference Services, among others. This position reports to the Assistant Director of Residential Education or designee.

Responsibilities: • Lift and move residential/student furniture. • Clean storage rooms. • Pick up trash/garbage in residence halls and storage areas. • Complete administrative work as assigned. • Inventory furniture as needed • Provide assistance to Conference Services as directed.

Qualifications: • Age – 18 years or older. • Ability to work with minimal direction/supervision. • Ability to work from heights. • Ability to continuously lift and move 100 lbs. • Ability to perform physical work in hot summer weather. • Willingness to wear personal protective equipment when appropriate. • Ability to organize work time to accomplish project goals. • Ability to interact in a positive manner with diverse staff. • Valid driver’s license and ability to meet Oberlin’s insurability standards.

Compensation: • 30 to 40 hours per week at $8.15 per hour. • On campus housing, if needed. • Meals in the dining halls when dining services are open

Apply online at: http://jobs.oberlin.edu/postings/4808

Police Chief

The City of Oberlin is accepting applications for the Police Chief of the Oberlin Police Department. The Police Chief is responsible for the overall protection of lives and property in Oberlin through the supervision of all police functions. The Police Chief administers all internal and external activities of the police department, and the implementing and enforcing of applicable City, State and Federal laws. The Police Chief is responsible for continuous assessing and training for the department in such topics as implicit bias, community policing and other progressive police techniques. The Police Chief must utilize sound professional judgement and demonstrate a high degree of honesty, integrity, a strong sense of fairness and relationship building skills, and a concern for citizens.

The Police Chief shall be committed to the mission, vision and values of the City and demonstrate ethical conduct, community stewardship, individual initiative and responsive service. The Police Chief shall demonstrate effective performance through clear, concise communication; collaboration; proper allocation and utilization of resources; sound decision-making; personal accountability; and responsibility.

Minimum Qualifications: Must possess Ohio State Police Academy certification. Requires minimum of (10) years’ experience as a police officer, including at least five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in supervision and management at the sergeant rank or higher. Requires a Bachelor's degree in law enforcement, police administration or related field or an equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the skills and abilities necessary to perform the job. Additional specialized advanced training, such as CLEE, PELC, and/or the FBI National Academy, is highly desirable.

Prefer experience with multi-racial, multi-cultural urban communities and college environments. Demonstrated experience in shaping police services that provide equal treatment and protection, and sensitivity to all sectors of a community Strong oral, written, public presentation and interpersonal skills required. The successful applicant must pass a background investigation, medical, psychological and drug screening, CVSA or polygraph, and be a US citizen.

Starting Salary Range: $85,000 – $100,000/Year D.O.Q.

Applications and full job description are available at www.cityofoberlin.com and at Oberlin City Hall (85 South Main Street, Oberlin, Ohio 44074).

Applications may be returned via email to: rwatson@cityofoberlin.com

Or mailed to: City of Oberlin Human Resources Department 85 South Main Street Oberlin, Ohio 44074

CLOSING DATE: Monday, June 5, 2017 at 4:30pm

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

OMLPS Director

The City of Oberlin is accepting applications for the OMLPS Director in the Oberlin Municipal Light and Power System (Electric Department). The OMLPS Director is responsible for planning, directing and overseeing all engineering, financial, administrative and management functions of the Municipal Light and Power System. The OMLPS Director shall function with a high degree of independence and utilize sound professional judgment, demonstrate planning and organizational skills to establish and manage priorities, programs and staff for his/her functional area.

Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Electrical Engineering, Public Administration or related field and must have at least five (5) years hands-on experience in generation, transmission and distribution system operations, including extensive planning, personnel management, and financial experience; or an equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the skills and abilities necessary to perform the primary job duties. Understanding of energy trends, energy reduction funding programs, alternative energy and power purchasing a plus. Valid state of Ohio driver’s license required.

Starting Salary Range: $80,000 – $95,000/Year D.O.Q.

Applications and full job description are available at www.cityofoberlin.com and at Oberlin City Hall (85 South Main Street, Oberlin, Ohio 44074).

Applications may be returned via email to: hr@cityofoberlin.com

Or mailed to: City of Oberlin Human Resources Department 85 South Main Street Oberlin, Ohio 44074

CLOSING DATE: Friday, May 19, 2017 at 4:30pm

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