Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Assignment Editor - Full Time

WHIO-TV has an immediate opening for a full-time Assignment Editor. We are seeking an experienced candidate who can multi-task and can work well under pressure. The ideal candidate will help gather, confirm, generate and assign news stories. You will also assist with writing and creating content for our website You must have good writing, people and phone skills. We are looking for a leader who can manage multiple reporter/photographer crews. News experience required. Community contacts a plus. Send resumes to Jill Krause, Assignment Manager, WHIO-TV, 1414 Wilmington Avenue, Dayton, OH 45420 or WHIO is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

News Reporter - Full Time

WHIO-TV, one of America's leading television news departments, is looking for a strong general assignment reporter to join our team. News Center 7 has a long tradition of journalistic excellence, and is home of the five highest rated metered-market newscasts in the nation. The successful candidate will have three years of previous on-air experience as a television news reporter. He/She will possess strong live reporting skills, be a creative storyteller and ask tough questions in a fair and professional manner. The position may require shifts on nights, mornings or weekends. Previous experience as a weather anchor is a plus. Send DVD, writing samples and salary history to: David Bennallack - News Director; WHIO-TV 1414 Wilmington Avenue Dayton, OH 45420. No Phone calls or e-mails please. WHIO-TV is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Andrea Roesner Payroll/Benefits Coordinator Phone: (937) 259-2016

Fax: (937) 259-2024




NORTH PACIFIC GROUNDFISH OBSERVER POSITIONS AVAILABLE YEAR-ROUND Currently recruiting for trainings that will begin in May, June, July, and August of 2010

Are you looking for a challenging opportunity where you can leverage your degree in the biological sciences? Do you want to playa critical role in the conservation and management of fisheries resources? Are you looking for a financially rewarding career that offers independence, adventure and practical experience in field biology? If so, then Alaskan Observers Inc. (AOI) has the perfect job for you!

AOI is the premier provider of Observers to the National Marine Fisheries Service North Pacific Groundfish Observer Program. As an at-sea biologist working aboard U.S..flagged commercial fishing vessels, you will gather data essential to the sustainability of fisheries resources in Alaska. Following a paid 3-week training in either Anchorage or Seattle, you will make 2 deployments in the course of 6 to 8 months, each approximately 2 ~ months in length. Observers live and work aboard commercial fishing vessels operating in the Bering Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, identifying fish species, sampling catches to determine their species composition, making estimates of total catch, and collecting age structures and biological data from target species. Observers are guaranteed subsequent deployment opportunities and salary advances.

COMPENSATION: $3,900.00-$6,340.00 per month, depending on experience, plus room, board, and travel to and from job site.

QUALIFICATIONS: Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in fisheries biology, marine biology, general biology, zoology, or a related natural science.


By mail or phone: Visit our home page at:

David Edick, Alaskan Observers, Inc.

130 Nickerson, Suite 206 Via e-mail at:

Seattle, WA 98109

1-800-483-7310 (or 206-283-7310), Fax: 206-283-6519

It is the policy of Alaskan Observers, Inc. to select the best individuals available for each job opening without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, veteran status, or any other reason prohibited by regulations or guidelines relating to discrimination in employment.

UPS Job Opportunities

Part-time Package Handlers

Pay is $8.50 per hour to start additional $1.00 pay increase after 90 days

Position is fast paced and physical, requiring constant movement, (bending, stooping, kneeling and crawling). Acceptable candidate will have the ability to lift up to 70 pounds ana willing to work in a time critical, warehouse environment. Employees will work approximately 3.5 to 5 hrs daily, Monday thru Friday.

Approximate Shifts Include:

3:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. or

4:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

Employee Benefits Package Includes: (after one yr of employment)

• Health, Dental and Vision Coverage

• Prescription Coverage

• Life Insurance

• 401K eligibility

• Discount Employee Stock Purchase Program (DESPP)

UNION INFORMA TION: The Teamster's Union represents part-time employees. Within 30 working days employees must pay a one time initiation fee of $150.00 which is paid through payroll deductions of $37.50 for four weeks. Union dues follow and they are $33.00 per month.

Apply Online at

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Service and Support Administrator Position


Mental Retardation

& Developmental Disabilities

Caring for lives. unlocking potential.

Administration Office

1250 East Route 36. PO. Box 829, Urbana, Ohio 43078

phone 937 653 5217 / fax 937 653 -7516




Acts as the Service and Support Administrator (single point of contact) for eligible recipients being served through the Champaign County Board of Developmental Disabilities. Functions include: assessing needs for services, developing individual plans, assisting eligible individuals and their guardian in choosing qualified and willing providers, coordinating and monitoring service delivery, linking individuals and families to needed services, and other functions as required by rule. The caseload of this position will focus largely on assisting young adults who are transitioning into Adult Services. Responsibilities also include determining eligibility for services, participating on the on call rotation for crisis intervention, and completing activities necessary for Medicaid and County Board requirements.


Bachelor's degree with a preference in Rehabilitation or related Social Service field. Applicant must be eligible to receive certification through the Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities for SSA duties. Experience with school age special needs students, Adult Day Support programs, or with Community Residential Service agencies considered a plus. Successful applicant shall demonstrate strong writing and verbal communication skills, and the ability to work well independently.


Range 9 - SSA/Habilitation, starting salary is $34,503 with additional compensation possible based on relevant experience.


April 23, 2010 or until filled


Michael Halpin, Director of SSA and Medicaid Services PO Box 829

Urbana, Ohio 43078

(937) 653-5217


2527 Kenton Street, Springfield, Ohio 45505
Positions run June 7, 2010 through August 6, 2010 (Must also be available the week of May 24th )
7:15am - 3:15am, Monday - Friday
High School Diploma or Equivalent
Post-High School or some college education preferred
Experience working with MR/DD individuals preferred
Valid Driver's License
Negative Results Of A Two-Step Mantoux TB Test And Drug Screening
Satisfactory Results Of Local And State Records Checks
Satisfactory Physical Examination Including Work-Related Lifting Test After Offer Of Hire
Maintain valid Driver’s License; CPR/First Aid Training; Behavior Management Training (Do The
Right Thing); Van Training; UI/MUI Reporting
Under general supervision, assists individuals between the ages of 16 and 21, with daily living skills on a limited
basis; ensures health, safety and dignity of individuals; plans, implements and assists individuals with work study
and leisure activities. Implements day outings within the community as scheduled.
COMPENSATION: Leader - $10.00/hour; Assistant - $9.00/hour
BENEFITS: OPERS Retirement, Liability Insurance, Workers’ Compensation, EAP (Employee Assistance
CONTACT: Todd Flesch - 328-5200 x 5214
APPLY AT: Board Employees apply at Human Resources Office, 2527 Kenton Street
All other Applicants apply at WorkPlus, 1345 Lagonda Avenue, Springfield
(Must take to WorkPlus: Original High School Diploma/GED, Valid Driver’s License,
Social Security Card or Picture ID, contact information for 3 Work-Related References)
Only those applicants who clearly demonstrate meeting minimum requirements of the position will be interviewed. Contact
information (name, phone #, address, fax # if available) for three professional references is required to be submitted with the
application. College transcripts (if applicable) and copies of all required licenses will be required if chosen for the position.
*** The Developmental Disabilities of Clark County is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. ***
It is the philosophy, intent and commitment of the Developmental Disabilities of Clark County to adhere to a policy of
equal employment opportunities for all applicants and employees without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age,
ancestry, national origin, veteran status, mental or physical disability or any other status protected by law.
POSTING #10-16

IT and Database Analyst internships at Christian Ministry

Greetings from Prison Fellowship,

We continue our recruiting efforts for our exciting Summer Internship Program! Over 20 summer internships were available for the summer of 2010 and now only the three positions below remain, thanks to your help! Prison Fellowship is a Christian ministry with our National Office located in Lansdowne, Virginia, 25 miles outside of Washington, DC. Our opportunities listed below are offered at $7.25 per hour with local housing available for a limited number of students from outside of the area.

Prison Fellowship internships provide students with practical work experience in a Christian environment, while structuring the internship to meet the students’ academic requirements. As Christians, all interns also participate in stimulating events such as visits to Capitol Hill, meeting with Christian political leaders, and worldview Bible studies.

Positions Available:

Statistical Analyst Assistant, Centurions Program (30-40 hrs/wk)

BreakPoint’s Centurion Program is a Christian Worldview distance-learning program that prepares Christians to live out their faith. Since 2004, it has equipped hundreds of men and women to live out their faith in a way that turns heads and impacts every segment of culture—from the operating table, to legislative halls, to the artist’s studio—with the transforming truth of Jesus Christ. As a part of a cohesive team, you will assist in the development and maintenance of their Access database of online learning center students, Centurions Program participants, donors, movement partners, and other relationships. You will create queries and reports and analyze data to monitor trends and progress for certification and measurement/metric assessment, produce directories or student rosters and other program and event materials, send correspondence, and monitor class or event registrations or revenue/sales. The qualified individual will have the ability to work with limited supervision, strong organizational skills, possess a strong level of PC proficiency in MS Office and specifically know how to robustly use Word, Excel, and Access in conjunction with one another to produce easy to read and accurate statistical reports. Suggested Major(s): Business Information Systems, Business Administration, Management

Project Management Office (PMO) Assistant (40 hrs/wk)

As part of a highly skilled IT Team, you will assist in Project Management Office (PMO) department functions, which will include the need to review, understand, and follow through the various aspects of the Project Management cycle as well as involvement in writing user documentation, defining user requirements and testing system upgrades. The qualified individual will possess a general software knowledge, Office 2000 experience, Windows XP experience, good written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to work well in a team. Suggested Major(s): Information Technology, Computer Science, or Business Information Systems.

Information Technology Intern (40 hrs/wk)

We invite you to be a part of our highly skilled IT team and assist in various IT department functions to include configurations for hardware, networks, servers, client, voice over IP, video streaming. You will assist with software development, maintenance, trouble shooting, and testing. You will also gain great insight into the Project Management cycle and provide general support of system and user documentation. The qualified individual(s) will possess a strong level of software knowledge, Office 2000 experience, Windows XP experience, good written and verbal communication skills, and the ability to work well in a team environment. SQL Programming, Visual Studio .NET, .NET (ASP, C#, Java), Visual Basic, Microsoft Project experience preferred. Suggested Major(s): Information Technology/Computer Engineering

I have also attached PFM’s Internship Program Guide to better acquaint you and the students with our program. We also highly recommend all interested students to visit our website at If you know of any current undergraduate or graduate students interested in one of our internship positions, please have them e-mail their cover letter and resume to Visit our website at for a complete description of the purpose and goals of the ministry as well as news and current events.


Meaghan Stoner

Prison Fellowship

Intern Program Coordinator