Thursday, March 1, 2012

Regional Sales Manager for PPG in Columbus

COMPANY NAME: PPG Industries, Inc.
JOB TITLE: Regional Manager - Columbus, OH

Within our Architectural Coatings business, we produce paints, stains, and specialty coatings under the PPG Pittsburgh® Paints, PPG Olympic® Paints and Stains, and PPG Porter® Paints brands, and service the North American coatings industry across three channels. We operate 400+ retail stores, sell through over 2,000 dealer stores and supply product to large home improvement retailers, such as Lowe's.

We have an immediate opening in our National Accounts channel for a Region Manager in the Columbus, OH area.

The Olympic/ Lowe's business includes a dedicated sales/service team responsible for ensuring that the customer's sales and service expectations are met in a timely manner. Region Managers are responsible for attaining the sales and service goals established for their sales regions. This includes the hiring, training and daily supervision of up to 16 direct reports.

In an effort to insure consistent and high quality store service, this position will be responsible for maintaining the standards by which the Olympic service program will be measured and evaluated. These standards will primarily address the areas of retail sales goals, merchandising, training, territory management, and in-store call responsibilities.

As a regional leader of the field sales team, the Region Manager will direct the most visible part of our team. In that role he / she must insure excellent service as well as delivering feedback from the field to the management team that will be used in the development of sales strategies for the Lowe's account. This effective communication will be a critical responsibility of the Region Manager.

Other Responsibilities include:

* Ensure proper development of Territory Managers by identifying training opportunities and by providing a positive coaching model.
* Establish and monitor the progress against territory sales goals
* Communicate all headquarter directives and ensure timely execution and implementation.
* Develop coverage plans for the given region, including proposing new headcount. The regional manager will be responsible for all hiring decisions within his given geography.
* Provide the account managers with business analysis for the region with respect to sales, promotions, and merchandising efforts.

Experience and Education

* Bachelor of Science degree with a degree in business, marketing or related field coupled
with 3-5 years of experience with merchandising and retail operations is required.
* Experience with a major national home improvement retailer and with merchandising, retail
operations and contractor segment is a plus
* Experience supervising direct reports.
* Must have demonstrated ability to communicate and share information with all levels of
employees and customers.
* Strong oral and written presentation skills are required.
* You must be a self-starter with high initiative and motivation to work independently.
* The ability to lift up to 65 pounds on a regular basis is required.
* 60% travel is required with 2-3 nights a week spent over night in territory and some outside travel required throughout the year assisting in other territories, attending the national sales meeting or training seminars.
* Seasonal Sales Hours, including assigned Saturdays, are required during peak season
(typically April through October).
* This position includes a company paid cell phone, laptop and car.

Customer Support Specialist for Johnson Controls in Columbus


COMPANY NAME: Johnson Controls, Inc

JOB TITLE: Field Customer Support Specialist (Ohio)

Johnson Controls is a global diversified technology and industrial leader serving customers in more than 150 countries. Our 162,000 employees create quality products, services and solutions to optimize energy and operational efficiencies of buildings; lead-acid automotive batteries and advanced batteries for hybrid and electric vehicles; and interior systems for automobiles. Our commitment to sustainability dates back to our roots in 1885, with the invention of the first electric room thermostat. Through our growth strategies and by increasing market share we are committed to delivering value to shareholders and making our customers successful. In 2011, Corporate Responsibility Magazine recognized Johnson Controls as the #1 company in its
annual "100 Best Corporate Citizens" list. For additional information, please visit (EEO/AA Employer)

This position will cover a wide territory and could be supported from several geographic
areas. Provides direct support to key National Account customers via retail store contacts to promote sales, reduce returns, train associates, check testing equipment, monitor POS compliance and foster goodwill.

* Manage retail store contacts within assigned territories/and or areas based on assigned priorities.
* Provides retail store level battery sales, warranty and test equipment training to key
account personnel.
* Provide retail store level merchandising assistance to key account personnel and
ensures proper layout, signage, pricing and cataloging are present.
* Inspects battery testing and charging equipment condition and accuracy. Recommends
replacement/repair actions if necessary. Calibrates test equipment as necessary.
* Inspects and tests used batteries to determine level of store compliance with testing
* Assists key customers to set up new store battery layouts (plan-o-grams) and signage.
* Monitors store service levels and recommends appropriate actions as required.
* Attends customer functions such as trade shows, open houses and regional/national
meetings as assigned.
* Submits timely contact reports and data on each all store contacts as well as weekly
activities reports.
* Submits timely competitive surveys or store shops as assigned.
* Manage expenses within assigned travel and expense budgets.
* Other field assigned and related tasks.

* Bachelor's Degree with 2 years experience in a sales or customer facing role. Candidates
with 5+ years in automotive parts sales will also be considered.
* Candidates with automotive parts experience preferred
* Requires strong interpersonal and communications skills, presentation/training skills,
PC skills including Microsoft Office applications (Excel, PowerPoint, Word) and home office.
* Ability to lift 50+ pounds required
* 50% overnight travel; Some air travel required.
** Fluency in Spanish strongly desired

Safety Management Coordinator in Columbus at Georgia Pacifc

COMPANY NAME: Georgia Pacific

Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia-Pacific is one of the world's leading manufacturers and
marketers of building products, tissue, packaging, paper, cellulose and related chemicals. The company employs more than 40,000 people at approximately 300 locations in North America, South America and Europe.
The Chemical Process Safety Coordinator (CPSC) will serve as the Compliance System Owner for the Columbus facility in the areas of Chemical Process, and Safety and Health.
This individual will coordinate the establishment of site-specific procedures and guidelines for the program elements, as well as, monitor the compliance status of these guidelines and elements.

· Provide leadership and direction to achieve the H&S vision of zero accidents through management commitment and employee ownership
· Provide leadership and direction to achieve Chemical Process Safety (CPS) and General Duty objectives
· Organize and conduct Process Hazard Analyses (PHAs)
· Serve as the area subject matter expert for Georgia Pacific’s Standards, Best Practices
and Policies
· Serve as CPS and safety contact with the facility for OSHA and internal company audits and assessments
Compliance leader for the Management of Change (MOC) process
· Maintain tracking systems for open TRAX, PHA, PSSR and MOC action items to ensure timely resolution
· Ensures the development, improvement and implementation of training requirements. Monitor and ensure employee compliance for safety training requirements
· Serve as primary point of contact in the event of accidents/emergencies
· Work with facility management and employees to conduct incident investigations.
· Serve as the Compliance Safety Officer (CSO)
· Serve as Medical Surveillance Coordinator
Coordinate Workers Compensation activities as needed

Successfully complete the GP Health and Safety certification course and exam within a reasonable time period following training.
Successfully complete the GP CPS coordinator certification course and exam within a reasonable time period following training.
Successfully complete the GP Industrial Hygiene technician and sampling course.
Successfully complete the GP PHA Facilitator course within a reasonable time period.

B.S. in Safety, Industrial Hygiene, or related field. Work experience could mitigate
this requirement.
5+ years of experience in a manufacturing environment.
Minimum 3 years direct Process Safety Management
experience or exposure to managing/involvement in the overall CPS program at a manufacturing facility.
Strong verbal, written, computer and interpersonal skills.

Speech Pathologist at Kindred in Marion OH

COMPANY NAME: Kindred Healthcare
JOB TITLE: Speech Language Pathologist-PRN-Marion/Community-SRS

At RehabCare we work with patients who need rehabilitation services at over 1,800 locations across the country. We are passionate about helping people regain their lives and we are just as passionate about offering our therapists state-of-the-art training and unmatched career opportunities. If you are ready to make a difference in a patient’s life by joining the nation’s
largest provider of rehabilitation services, click here. An Equal Opportunity Employer. Drug Free Workplace.
We are currently recruiting for a Speech-Language Pathologist to work per diem for our company. This position offers an exciting opportunity to join a team of dedicated health care professionals that pride themselves in providing quality patient care. Our facilities have a prominent reputation in the community for providing excellent rehabilitation services.
Play an important part in helping our residents to recover and feel better about themselves by providing therapy to maximize speech, language, cognitive and swallowing abilities.

* Communicate resident progress or problems to supervisor and other team members; assist with resident scheduling and post charges daily to patient records.
* Document resident care in accordance with Peoplefirst, regulatory, licensing, payer and accrediting requirements.
* Instruct resident's family or nursing staff in follow-through programs.
* Maintain equipment and work area in a safe and clean condition.
* Make presentations to support marketing efforts, at team conferences and in-services.
* Handle job responsibilities in accordance with the Company's Code of Business Conduct, the Corporate Compliance Agreement, appropriate professional standard and applicable state/federal laws.
* Valid and state license or equivalent, in Speech/Language Pathology at the Clinical level in the state(s) where services are rendered.
* Ability to work flexible hours and weekends.

Museum Internship in Annapolis, Maryland

Undergraduate or graduate level college students attending Maryland schools or Maryland residents attending out-of-state schools are eligible to apply.

During the ten-week paid summer program, the intern will process and accession the ceremonial gift collections presented to the Maryland Office of the Secretary of State. The gift collections consist of a variety of media, including ceramics, glass, textiles, furniture and paper, from numerous international sources. During this internship, the intern will develop an understanding of museum registration, and learn proper techniques and protocol for handling and storing a variety of objects and materials. The intern will assist in a variety of collection management tasks that include object numbering, cataloging works of art, and database processing. Additional
research tasks may also be assigned as needed. Attention to detail and basic computer skills are required; graduate- level experience in history, museum studies and material cultural is preferred. Some assignments may require regular off-site work.

Hourly rates are based on education level: undergraduate at $10.63 per hour, and graduate at $11.25 per hour.
Who: Undergraduate or graduate level college students attending Maryland schools or Maryland residents attending out-of-state schools are eligible to apply. The competitive selection process is based on an evaluation of the following application materials:
Cover letter (statement of how you will benefit from the program and how the agency will benefit from your participation)
Maryland State Employment Application Form (MS 100) -
may be downloaded at
Note: There is no announcement number. Use "Summer Intern" as the job title on the form.
Official copy of academic transcripts, both undergraduate and graduate, if applicable
A letter of recommendation from a faculty member
A sample of the applicant's academic writing (copy of a paper written for class is accepted)
Completed Skills Assessment - may be downloaded at
Where: The Maryland State Archives
Hall of Records Building
350 Rowe Blvd.
Annapolis, MD 21401
When: Wednesday, June 6 - Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Positions are Monday through Friday, 35 hours per week
How: Send all application materials to the address above (ATTN: Emily Oland Squires, Director of Research and Student Outreach).
Materials must be postmarked on or before Monday, April 2, 2012. We will attempt to notify candidates of decisions on Monday, April 30, 2012. It is not necessary to be a history major to participate in the program, and students of other disciplines are encouraged to apply.
Questions: email: or call 410-260-6443.

Museum Theater Internship in Maryland

The National Colonial Farm at Piscataway Park–a living history museum in Accokeek, Maryland–is now auditioning for the 2012 Museum Theatre Internship Program, which runs this summer from June 8 through July 29. Working with museum theatre professionals and scholars, interns will learn the art of living history interpretation and museum theatre. Interns will create and perform theatrical pieces on the topic of “The Politics of Mirth,” focusing on the many ways in which colonial Marylanders “diverted” themselves. Internship hours will be Friday through Sunday, 9:30 – 3:30, leading up to the culminating event, on the evenings of July 28 and 29.
We are seeking people who have performance experience, a passion for history and an interest in learning more about engaging audiences through museum theatre. Interns will be paid a stipend of $750. To request an audition, please send a resume and headshot to the manager of the interpretation at
For more information, please visit
or call 301-283-2113.

Assistant Registrar of Collections, Ohio Historical Society

Assistant Registrar of Collections, Ohio Historical Society

The Ohio Historical Society is seeking a full-time Assistant Registrar of Collections in its Museum & Library Services Division.
This position assists in maintaining records associated with the Society's museum and non-public records collections and other collections-related activities. Examples of responsibilities include:
· Participating in updating the automated collection catalog, monitoring object locations, and
loans to and from collections.
· Assisting with record-keeping systems and procedures that promote identification and management of collections.
· Performing inventories of Society's collections, including regular audits.
· Assisting with loan negotiations, condition reporting, packing, shipping and insurance.
· Working with staff to facilitate collection-related activities, including exhibits, educational programs and development.

Applicants should possess a Bachelor's degree in museum studies or a related subject or the equivalent in work experience plus minimum one-year experience in museum registration. Thorough knowledge of registration methods and policies, as well as current museum collection management and handling practices, knowledge of and experience with automated collection records systems and collections conservation, intermediate mathematical skills, computer skills, and experience in database development are desired.
For more information or to complete an online application go to: Or contact the OHS Human Resource Office at:

800 E. 17th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43211-2497
Fax: 614.297.2293