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SERVICE MAINTENANCE WORKER

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT GENERAL MAINTENANCE DIVISION

SERVICE MAINTENANCE WORKER (Refuse/Recycling)

The City of Oberlin is accepting applications for a Service Maintenance Worker (Refuse/Recycling) position in the General Maintenance Division of the Public Works Department. Duties include the performance of heavy manual labor in all aspects of solid waste collection, driving, operation and maintenance of refuse and recycling collection vehicles and related equipment. The position requires working in severe weather conditions, in potentially hazardous traffic conditions and on holidays.

Minimum Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalent. Ability to perform heavy manual labor. Ability to follow both written and verbal instructions, to complete required paperwork and to work independently with minimal supervision. Must have a telephone for call-outs and emergencies. Class B Commercial Driver’s License including air brakes and tanker endorsement.

Starting Hourly Rate: $15.71-$19.64/Hour D.O.Q.

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.

OPEN UNTIL POSITION FILLED – FIRST REVIEW IS OCTOBER 2, 2017

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

SERVICE MAINTENANCE WORKER - BUILDINGS & GROUNDS DIVISION

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT BUILDINGS & GROUNDS DIVISION

SERVICE MAINTENANCE WORKER

The City of Oberlin is accepting applications for a Service Maintenance Worker position in the Buildings & Grounds Division of the Public Works Department. Duties include the performance of manual labor and the operation of heavy equipment, power and hand tools to maintain and improve the City’s Parks, Westwood Cemetery and various municipal facilities. Will be required to work in severe weather conditions and in potentially hazardous traffic conditions.

Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent. Valid Ohio Driver’s License. A Class B Commercial Driver’s License is preferred. Ability to perform heavy manual labor. Ability to follow both written and verbal instructions and to work independently with minimal supervision. Must have a telephone for call-outs and emergencies.

Starting Hourly Rate: $15.71-$19.64/Hour 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

OPEN UNTIL POSITION FILLED – FIRST REVIEW IS OCTOBER 3, 2017

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

Interested in Percussion?

Ever thought about learning the drums? I'm offering percussion lessons for people of all ages and skill levels. Percussion holds a great variety of instruments and disciplines. I am a first year Artist Diploma student in the conservatory and I specialize in western classical percussion (snare drum, marimba, timpani, and much more) but can also teach drum set and hand percussion. Contact me for rates and availability: Carson Fratus (865-789-3786) cfratus@oberlin.edu

International Student Resource Center Writing Assistant

The ISRC is seeking a student worker to assist international students as a writing assistant.

Interested applicants can apply here: http://jobs.oberlin.edu/postings/5431

Brief job description:

Assist international students in developing their writing skills. Student will work 10 hours per week during the fall and spring semesters via individual appointments with students as well as walk-in hours at the International Student Resource Center.

Must be organized, energetic, and detail-orientated. Student will have a particular focus on improving common areas of difficulty for non-native English speakers (grammar, word order, word choice, punctuation, citation, etc.) through individual appointments with international students as well as established walk-in hours.

Must be able to work independently, manage own calendar, respond to requests for appointments within a reasonable amount of time, and have excellent communication skills. Strong understanding of English grammar and academic writing is necessary. Experience teaching English to non-native speakers and/or desire to teach English abroad in the future desired.

Kendal at Oberlin Dining Room Attendants

KENDAL AT OBERLIN PART-TIME AND ON-CALL DINING ROOM ATTENDANTS

Kendal at Oberlin has Part-time and PRN (on-call) lunch-time positions available for Dining Room Attendants in our Stephens Care Center dining room, Friends Corner. Responsibilities include providing wait service for residents and guests, and assists with food preparation and sanitation of the dining area and food handling as assigned. This job includes working rotating holidays and weekends.

Ability to read, write, and understand spoken English is required along with displaying a helpful and courteous presentation at all times. Appearance must be clean and neat. Must have pleasant personality and able to work well with everyone, with excellent attendance and dependability. Full duties and responsibilities are detailed in the position description.

Apply on-line at www.kao.kendal.org.

600 Kendal Drive Oberlin, OH 44074

  EOE/ADA

Part Time Development Specialist Needed

KENDAL AT OBERLIN Development Specialist – Part-time

Kendal at Oberlin, Lorain County’s premier life plan community serving older adults, has a 30-60 hours/ month FLEXIBLE POSITION available for a Development Specialist. This position requires past experience in fund development and grant writing, proficiency in computer software such as Microsoft Office and other media. Emphasis on modeling Kendal’s Values and Practices (see Kendal website) in the job.

This position serves to customize the support of Kendal at Oberlin by implementing an appropriate “Culture of Philanthropy.” Responsible to work with board committee and executive staff in seeking grant opportunities, implementing an annual appeal and legacy event, planned giving options, and periodic major gifts to further our charitable mission.

The ideal candidate will have a college degree in business or related area, and a passion for working with nonprofit organizations. This position’s flexible work hours may attract a senior-level or younger professional individual with past experience in development seeking a part-time opportunity. Work site will vary with flexibility for both home and on-site requirements.

The candidate will excel in reading, writing, verbal skills, and establishing interpersonal relationships. Strong communication, analytical, and organizational skills are also required. The candidate must have a working knowledge of all applicable federal, state and local laws affecting the fund­raising function and will be an adept and hands-on user of software with ability to learn DonorPerfect.

Apply on-line at www.kao.kendal.org Kendal at Oberlin 600 Kendal Drive Oberlin, OH 44074 EOE/ADA