LOCAL JOB OPENINGS
Last updated on Tuesday, December 10, 2013
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GENERAL INSPECTOR 9462496 - Minimum age 18. HS ed/GED required. Must be able to work 3pm - 11pm or 11pm - 7am shift. Responsibilities include: - Measure products to verify dimensional conformance to drawings and specifications, using rulers, calipers, gauges, or micrometers - Test products to verify electrical conformance to drawings and specifications, using ohmmeters, multimeters or dielectric/insulation resistance test equipment - Visually inspect products to verify conformance to drawings and specifications - Disposition products as accept/reject based on their conformance to drawings and specifications - Record inspection or test data, such as weights, dimensions, resistance, and quantities inspected, accepted, and rejected - Mark products with acceptance or rejection status - Observe and monitor production materials and equipment to verify calibration status - Notify supervisors and other personnel of production problems, and assist in identifying and correcting these problems. Prefer 1-3 years of previous manufacturing experience. Ability to interpret blueprints, data, manuals, and other materials to determine specifications, inspection and testing procedures, adjustment and certification methods, and measuring instruments required. Must have the ability to comprehend and comply with ESD, EHS, and workplace policies and procedures. If selected by employer after interview, applicant will be required to take and pass the Workkeys test and meet the following scores WorkKeys scores: Locating Information - 4 and Workplace Observation - 2 in order to be hired. Per FAA guidelines this position is considered regulated under the Department of Transportation. The successful candidate must pass drug screening to detect the following substances: Marijuana, Cocaine, Opiates, Phencyclidine (PCP), MDM (Ecstasy), and Amphetamines. 11.80/hr. Union
IN PROCESS BUILDER 7995829 - Minimum age 18. HS ed/GED required. Must be able to work second OR third shift - employer will designate what shift employee is assigned. Pay rate is 12.87/hr. Benefits. Those candidates interviewed and selected by employer will be required to take WorkKeys test and attain scores that are appropriate to the specific work unit in order to be hired. Must have excellent attendance record. Will assemble, test and verify products to customer service specification. Ability to work successfully independently or in a team environment. Ability to read, calculate, measure and mix ingredients, document and follow written work instructions and procedures. Take ownership for accuracy of products built. Effectively interact with others. Must be willing to work any shift including 3pm - 11pm and 11pm - 7am. Must be able to stand for an eight hour shift, LIFT UP TO 40 POUNDS and work with hands for extended periods of time. Must be able to wear respirator and work with chemicals. Will be required to take and pass drug test. If selected by employer after interview, applicant must take and pass Workkeys test with following scores: 4 or higher on Locating Information and 3 or higher on the Workplace Observation assessment in order to be hired. Union
PHARMACOLOGY FACULTY POSITION 1917584 - Full-time, tenure-track faculty position in pharmacology. The successful candidate must have a Ph.D. in Pharmacology and post-doctoral research experience. This position will be filled at the rank of assistant, associate or full professor commensurate with experience and accomplishments. A commitment to excellence in teaching is required as the education of osteopathic medical students is the primary responsibility of this position. Teaching responsibilities will include both traditional lectures and active learning such as application exercises and team based learning (TBL) as part of an integrated, presentation-based medical curriculum. Lewisburg WV $75,000/yr
FINAL FINISH BUILDER 0623242 -Minimum age 18. HS ed/GED required. Must be able to stand and walk for an 8 hour shift and lift up to 25 pounds. Pay is 12.58/hr. Candidate will need to be able to wear a respirator and work with chemicals. Position covers a wide variety of manufacturing processes including drilling, sanding, painting. Must be able to work independently or as a team. Prior experience with hand tools considered a plus. Successful candidate must be responsible for quality and quantity of work. Must have an excellent attendance record, the ability to read and follow written work instructions, and be willing to work 3 p.m. - 11 p.m. shift and 11 p.m. - 7 a.m. shift and overtime as needed.If interviewed may be selected by interviewer to take Workkeys test and meet minimum scores of 3 on Locating Information and 2 on Workplace observation in order to be hired. Must meet citizenship requirements as designated by ITAR. Union area.
MANUFACTURING TEAM LEADER 8538280 - Minimum age 18. Associates Degree in business, technical, or other related field is required. Bachelor's Degree is preferred. Ability to take initiative along with decision making skills. MUST HAVE 5 YEARS supervisory experience - preferably in a manufacturing setting. Because of ITAR, US citizenship or permanent resident status is required. Must be able to communicate clearly in English (verbally and in writing). Previous experience with SAP business management software a plus. Must have basic capability with MS Word and Excel software. This is second shift Monday - Friday 3pm - 11pm. Company makes heated products and de-icing equipment for military and commercial aerospace applications are manufactured at this location. The successful candidate will be directly supervising shop employees and will be responsible for making work assignments to assure that production goals and objectives are achieved. Will supervise production employees, which includes managing the work flow from start to finish in the work cells, tracking and recording employee attendance, ensuring quantity and quality of work meets expected standards, and maintaining safety goals. Should be willing to work varying shifts including 3pm - 11pm and 11pm - 7am and overtime as needed. 48,000/yr doe. Union
HR GENERALIST 1921199 - MUST HAVE MINIMUM BA/BS degree with 6+ years work experience in Human Resources OR MA/MS or MBA degree with 4+ years experience in Human resources. Pay is 45,000/yr more doe plus benefits. . Experience in a manufacturing facility is preferred. Having an MBA and PHR or SPHR certification is preferred. Knowledge of human resource practices and policies and applicable state and federal laws. Prior experience working with bargained employees would be a plus. Excellent interpersonal, presentation, and communication skills, allowing for communication across entire organization. Demonstrated leadership and coaching skills. Ability to foster change and promote and implement improvement. Must be able to work and report to a matrixed organization. Must be a US Citizen or permanent resident as defined by ITAR. United Technologies Aerospace Services has an immediate opening for an HR Generalist in the Deicing, Rescue and Speciality Services business in Union, WV. This position helps support 1,000 employees globally with approximately 380 in West Virginia. Responsibilities include: Providing strategic and tactical HR support to the employees in the business. Partnering with supervisors and managers to understand key business challenges and organization needs, and delivering programs to meet these needs. Leading and facilitating change initiatives through the use of HR consultation skills. Advise and counsel managers on a variety of topics to optimize employee engagement, team development and organizational effectiveness. Coach and train supervision on how to manage their employees. Counseling employees on HR procedures, performance, career planning and work/life balance issues. Objectively assessing and bringing to resolution employee relations issues. Effective execution of HR processes, including talent acquisition and development, Leadership Development Review (LDR), Performance Management (PFT), diversity, salary planning, etc. Deploying and implementing Human Resources policies and practices. Partnering with management to accurately forecast and plan staffing requirements. Managing the recruiting and new hire process for your organization. Work with managers on interviewing candidates. Manage multiple projects on continuous improvement for HR. Union
SITE CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT COORDINATOR 0058558 - Minimum age 18. Pay discussed with applicants. Benefits. A Bachelors degree in Business, Operations, or Engineering discipline from an accredited college is required. An MBA is preferred. A minimum of five years experience in the field of Continuous Improvement within a manufacturing environment, preferably aerospace is required.Must demonstrate a knowledge of the applications and teaching principles and tools of Continuous Improvement.Should have prior experience with Continuous Improvement events and projects in production and business process areas.Possess a working knowledge of supply chain/inventory management and kanban systems. Must demonstrate effective communication skills across all levels, to include training, facilitating meetings and events, written reports and presentations, and project updates. Must be able to travel, approximately 20%, domestic and international. Must be a U.S. Citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident (ITAR). The successful applicant will report to the ACE (Achieving Competitive Excellence) Manager and with minimal supervision drive the ACE implementation at the Union, WV site. The successful candidate will be an experienced, independent, self-directed worker with demonstrated successes in problem solving, time management, training and team facilitation. 1. Will be responsible for applying Lean and Quality tools, including 5S, TPM, Lean Cell Design, Standard Work, Policy Deployment/Hoshin Planning, Pull systems (kanban & supermarket), Root Cause/Corrective Action, Process Capability, Design of Experiments, etc. 2. Responsible for providing daily direction, coaching and mentoring to a team of ACE Pilots with direction from the ACE manager. 3. Will lead and support initiatives to help the organization meet deployment goals for ACE. 4. Will drive continuous improvement using the fundamentals of lean, six sigma, and employee involvement. 5. Plan, lead and facilitate continuous improvement events, event teams, and other project teams. 6. Coach leaders and employees to drive improvements in the performance of production and support processes through Process management and improving Process maturity. 7. Educate and train leaders and employees on ACE tools and other continuous improvement methods and processes. 8. Ensure ACE tools are used across the organization to reduce process lead times, improve cost of poor quality, first pass yield and on-time delivery. 9. Facilitate Value Stream mapping workshops and utilize various ACE tools such as MFA, 5S, TPM, Setup Reductions, Kanban, etc. 10. Lead and participate in benchmarking activities inside and outside of UTC businesses. 11. Develop a Lean Transformation Plan to link the value stream and integrate production with logistics and drive/facilitate the site leadership to execute the plan including: Cell design, Optimal Material Presentation/Line Feeding, Takt ed material delivery, Establishing pull systems with suppliers to minimize inventory and prevent missed delivery. Union
CLASS II SEWER PLANT OPERATOR 8491436 - Minimum age 18. MUST HAVE CLASS II sewer operator license. Must be licensed by the state of WV. Must have driver's license and good driving record in order to drive city vehicle. Will operate, maintain, make repairs to the sewer plant, pump stations and sewer lines. Will work 6:30am - 3:00pm, Monday - Friday, 40+ hrs/wk. Will work other days as needed. Pay is $25,000/yr. No benefits. Meadow Bridge
MARKETING REPRESENTATIVE 3130747 - Must have HS/GED and a minimum of six months of related experience is required. Full-time or part-time independent contractor marketing professionals needed to service existing accounts and set up new accounts. Must be self-motivated, positive, professional and have an excellent work ethic. Must have the ability to work with business and organization professionals. Must have your own computer, have phone service and reliable transportation. Leads and training will be provided. Must be computer literate and have internet access. Commission only position with bonuses based on performances. It can lead to a salaried position based on job performance. Greenbrier Co
PURCHASING AGENT 7755080 - Bachelor's Degree required. Must have 3 years paid work experience, pay is $31, 824.00/yr. This position is responsible for assisting the Director of Contracts on all levels of the procurement process. The incumbent is responsible for assisting in the RFP/FRB process from advertising to award, as well as serving as the point of contact during the process. The incumbent is also responsible for creating, changing, and closing purchase orders that are reviewed and approved by the Director of Contracts and/or the Vice President for Finance and Facilities. This position also trains employees on Banner Self-Service and provides on-the-job training and support to lower level employees in the Contracts Department. These activities must be carried out while providing and ensuring exceptional customer service to the entire campus Community. Lewisburg
ADMINISTRATIVE APPLICATION SOFTWARE SPECIALIST SENIOR 2545271 - Bachelor's degree required. Must have 4 yrs paid work experience in this field. The primary purpose of this position is to provide systems analysis, assistance and technical support for campus faculty, staff and students. These duties include but are not limited to: installing, maintaining and troubleshooting hardware and software, and creating appropriate documentation relative to Information Technology (IT) tasks. It will be the responsibility of this position to assist the Helpdesk Manager in various IT projects and tasks. This position reports to the Technical Helpdesk Manager. 40,632.00/yr
CASHIER 2037884 - Minimum age 18. Must have minimum 5 yrs paid cashier experience and be able to provide dates on application. Will be part time, 20 hrs/wk to be scheduled between 9am - 8pm, any of the seven days per week. Pay is 7.25/hr. Receive and disburse money in establishments other than financial institutions. May use electronic scanners, cash registers, or related equipment. May process credit or debit card transactions and validate checks. Additional job description includes stocking, cleaning, lottery sales and customer service. Lewisburg
FAMILY PROVIDER 3456385 Must have Bachelor's degree, social worker license and driver's license. Positions for the Greenbrier district (Greenbrier, Monroe and Summers). Will work 20+ hrs/wk, any of the seven days per week. Pay is $20.00/hr, no benefits. Will be working with families and children that are at risk, or have been removed from the home. Must have reliable transportation, will be transporting clients as needed. Background check and drug testing required CHILD PROVIDER 8235088 - HS/GED required, must have valid driver's license and reliable transportation as may transport clients to appointments. Will be working with youth and children at risk or who have been removed from the home. Will work 20+ hrs/wk, any of the seven days per week. NO benefits. Jobs are for Greenbrier District (Greenbrier, Summers, Monroe)
CEMENT PREP 6876141 - Minimum age 18. HS ed/GED required. A high school diploma or GED are required. Applicant must be able to read and follow written instructions. Prior experience in a manufacturing setting preferred.Must be able to work second or third shift as required. Cement Prep responsibilities include making and delivering cement to the build operations as well as canning/labeling sold cement sub-assemblies. Other duties include loading of hazardous material waste and collection of hazardous material waste. Must be able to lift up to 25 pounds, stand and walk for an 8 hour shift, and work alternate and overtime schedules as needed including Saturday and Sunday. Applicant must meet citizenship guidelines under ITAR regulations. Pay is 11.42/hr
ETCHER 6978876 - Minimum age 18. HS ed/GED required. Previous manufacturing experience considered a plus. Must have an excellent attendance record. MUST BE ABLE TO WORK 3pm - 11pm OR 11pm - 7am and overtime as needed. MUST be able tostand for an 8 hour shift, lift up to 50 pounds, wear a respirator, and work with chemicals. Position is responsible for preparing metal elements for use in aircraft parts. Must demonstrate the ability to read, interpret and follow writen work instructions and be detail oriented. Must be able to work independently or as part of a team and take responsibility for quantity and quality of work. Pay is 12.58/hr. Benefits. Other duties as assigned. If selected must take and pass Workplace observation with 4 and Locating INformation with 4
HOMEMAKER 4315236 - Minimum age 18. Positions available in Greenbrier and Monroe Counties. Must be available all 7 days of the week. No experience required. Will be required to complete a free training class for homemaker, training held locally in Lewisburg or in Union. Training will include CPR and First Aid. Will provide in-home care for elderly. Will assist with activities of daily living. Casual jobs (part time, hours vary) and full-time positions available. Hours vary according to client availability. Training and interview will be held locally. Pay is 7.25 hr.
SERVICE PERSON 8090478 - Minimum age 18. HS ed/GED required.Basic computer skills are required. Prefer one - three yers of previous manufacturing experience. This position is responsible for loading and unloading parts in autoclaves. Will be responsible for all tasks associated with monitoring, tracking and recording the data related to the different cures. May also be cleaning tools or metals after curing is complete as well as maintaining the autoclave. Must be able to stand and walk for a minimum of an eight hour shift, lift parts weighing up to 25 pounds, work in hot temperatures, and become certified to operate a fork truck. Candidate must be willing to work overtime and work various shifts including 3 pm - 11 pm and 11 pm - 7 am. Responsible for both quality and quantity of parts which are considered "life saving" equipment.
MANUFACTURING ENGINEER 1486475 - Min age 18. A BS degree in Engineering is required. Prefer mechanical, industrial or materials disciplines. Candidate should have 5+ years industrial experience. Pay is $55,000+ depending upon education and experience. MRP/planning methodologies (SAP strongly preferred.)Preference given to those with experience within the composites or other materials related industry. Demonstrated accomplishments in Lean transformation. Analysis of new processes, tooling and fixture approaches.Attention to detail, especially in Lean and New Product Introduction environments. Fact based engineering assessments and decision making proven problem solving skills within a diverse workforce.Willingness to perform 'hands-on' work in dynamic work setting. Solid oral and written communication skills. Understanding of Six Sigma principles and FMEA deployment.Action Oriented - results driven. MS-Office, MS-project and MS-Visio proficient, AutoCad.Composite manufacturing experience (i.e. 2D & 3D layup, autoclave processing, NDO testing, Nadcap adherence) preferred. Key Duties and Responsibilities: 1. Lead Lean Transformation activities within existing and future work cells. 2. Develop, prove out, and implement new/revised processes, tools, fixtures, and assembly aids in support of Lean Transformation initiatives and new products. 3. Generate work instructions (aka manufacturing instructions) and other process documentation. 4. Support project communication, internally and externally. 5. Provide engineering recommendations for process improvements. Analyze and implement those shown to yield positive results. 6. Provide periodic engineering/technical updates to the business and if required to customers. 7. Adhere to project schedule; communicating to leadership any risks to project execution and recommendations with respect to schedule recovery.Must be US citizen as defined by ITAR. Union
ASSOCIATE PLANNER 5320180 - Minimum age 18. HS ed/GED required and minimum one year paid experience in a manufacturing setting preferably in production planning/buying position is required. Must have two years experience with enterprise management systems such as SAP, Oracle, or similar system. Prefer AA/AS degree with 6 months paid experience in production planning/buying. Pay will be discussed. Must be able to work with cross functional teams to fulfill customer requirements, introduce new products, and drive fulfillment of on-time delivery goals. Experience to high mix, low volume operations preferred. Position will support/assist the senior planner in the execution of detailed production plans and monitor flow. May also purchase items for use in production. Will be expected to identify and communicate resource constraints and conflicts. Will be monitoring and reconciling production orders and material transactions. Union
LOG MERCHANDISING TECHNICIAN 9249318 - Minimum age 18. HS ed/GED required; two year degree in forestry is preferred. Driver's license required to drive company vehicle. Demonstrated experience in timber harvesting, merchandising and chainsaw operation required. Must be proficient with Microsoft Word and Outlook; must be able to read maps and compass. Preferred Skills & Knowledge Good working knowledge of species and grades for merchandising to maximize value from each log. Possess a basic knowledge of forestry and the willingness and ability to perform strenuous work in remote areas on different types of terrain and weather. This company is one of the largest private landowners in the United States with almost 6.3 million acres in 19 states. We are listed on the S & P 500 and all of our timberlands are SFI certified. The company is the first publicly held timber Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT). Our team members are driven and passionate about achieving Plum Creek's goals. We have opportunities for two Log Merchandising Technicians to assist with the company's West Virginia veneer operation. These positions are based in Lewisburg, West Virginia and will be part of a results-focused team consisting of 12 other team members. They will report to the Marketing Manager in Lewisburg. As a Log Merchandising Technician you will have the opportunity to: assist in effectively harvesting and merchandising veneer logs to maximize the value of the company s timber assets in West Virginia. operate a chain saw approximately 20 to 30 hours per week to prepare veneer logs for sale focusing on optimal merchandising strategies. perform sharpening and basic maintenance of the saw. on veneer log pick-up days, you will accompany the loader truck, and evaluate the logs at the landings to make sure only veneer logs are taken to the log yard. communicate log grades and market conditions with the logging contractors on a weekly basis. complete check scales at landings and mills to confirm they match. document veneer sales, check scales and other documentation as needed (board feet, species). occasionally assist foresters in timber marking in harvest unit layout, flagging harvest boundaries, SFI and BMP quality control of loggers, Streamside Management Zone marking, trip ticket collections, and overseeing contractors when foresters are on vacation. spend the majority of your time in the field. There is frequent, daily travel on our acreage, and a company vehicle is assigned with incidental, personal commuting allowed. perform other duties as assigned. Experience: Knowledge of safe operating procedures; specifically, the ability to safely operate and sharpen a chainsaw. Self-motivated with a strong work ethic and able to operate under limited supervision. Working knowledge of SFI, BMPs, timber harvesting, veneer yards and timber merchandising. Communication and interpersonal skills to work well with contractors and customers and coworkers. Proficiency with Microsoft Outlook and Word to accurately document work Strong time management skills and the ability to prioritize. Possess a valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record Ability to read a map and use a compass. 26,300/yr.
ELECTRICIAN 9547540 - Minimum age 18. Must be licensed apprentice, journeyman, or master electrician. Must have valid drivers license to drive company vehicle as needed. Hours worked will depend on business, will work around 30 hrs/wk or more. Will be doing residential, commercial, and light industrial work. Must have own hand tools. Mainly work in Greenbrier and Pocahontas counties. Employer will discuss about travel. No benefits. Minimum pay for an apprentice starts at 10.00/hr if fresh out of school, more doe and type of license. Pay will be discussed with employer and depend on skills individual has and job performance. Local area. Pay DOE/License.
LOG GRADER AND SCALER 9249318 - Minimum age 18. HS ed/GED required; two year degree in forestry is preferred. Must have Driver's license and acceptable driving record to drive company vehicle. Must be able to read a map and a compass. Demonstrated experience in timber harvesting, merchandising and chainsaw operation required. Preferred Skills & Knowledge: Good working knowledge of species and grades for merchandising to maximize value from each log, Possess a basic knowledge of forestry and the willingness and ability to perform strenuous work in remote areas on different types of terrain and weather. will operate a chainsaw approximately 20 to 30 hours per week to prepare veneer logs for sale focusing on optimal merchandising strategies, perform sharpening and basic maintenance of the saw. Will occasionally assist foresters in timber marking in harvest unit layout, flagging harvest boundaries, SFI and BMP quality control of loggers, Streamside Management Zone marking, trip ticket collections, and overseeing contractors when foresters are on vacation. Will spend the majority of your time in the field. There is frequent, daily travel on our acreage, and a company vehicle is assigned with incidental, personal commuting allowed. Must be able to Communicate and have interpersonal skills to work well with contractors and customers and coworkers. Must have proficiency with Microsoft Outlook and Word to accurately document work and have strong time management skills and the ability to prioritize. Local area. $26,300.00/year
MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN 4406855 - Minimum age 18. Associates or Technical degree plus one year experience is required. Pay is 38,000/yr. Must be flexible about shifts to be worked. Production/Manufacturing experience desired. Ability to read, analyze, and interpret technical documentation / procedures, specifications, and government regulations. Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and technical manuals. Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, customers, vendors, and production operators. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Must be a US citizen or permanent resident as defined by ITAR. Utilize microelectronic, electronic, optical, electro-optical, mechanical, or electromechanical equipment, including computers and lasers. Perform advanced troubleshooting, calibration or modification of hardware, fixtures, and software Participate on and/or lead project teams. Apply technical expertise in the evaluation, development, maintenance and use of complex products, devices, tests, or procedures under constantly changing conditions where moderate ingenuity and judgments are required Structure modifications to programs w/Visual Basic or other SW packages/programs. Design simple circuits, fixtures, or mechanical parts. Develop software programs to run NC machines. Provide technical solutions to engineering. Participate on safety initiatives. Self manage work flow throughout area with minimal guidance, to achieve team goals. Estimate labor, material, and manufacturing costs for the building and repair of product or process enhancement. Identify and correct minor process, material, design, or equipment problems Actively participate in material review activities including troubleshooting of non-conformances. Perform mid-level (moderately complex) testing or mechanical operations on production/repair hardware including troubleshooting to component level. Provide skill specific training to improve technique and/or understanding of theory of operation. Fabricate complex equipment, hardware, or prototypes. Generate reports from test results and communicate results or take immediate corrective action to assure proper disposition of items in question. Write test procedures and manufacturing work instruction for complex or detailed assembly or test operations. Utilize multiple databases to create/use necessary information to provide information for decision-making requiring judgment. Requisition, manage, and maintain technical assets. Provides tooling, fixture, software and equipment design and maintenance, as well as troubleshooting/repair. Union
LPN 4345514 - Minimum age 18. Under moderate supervision, provides general direct nursing care to ill/injured/infirm individuals within structured care settings. Work is typically performed under the supervision of a registered professional nurse or licensed physician. May direct the activities of nursing assistants, aides and technicians in providing basic patient care services. Specific position assignments may be in : general nursing care, long term care, dispensary, public health, home health, psychiatric care, intensive care, emergency care, recovery room, labor room, infirmary or other specialized health care function. Required to participate in continuing education in nursing. Performs related work as required. Alternate work schedules are typical. Qualifications: Current West Virginia License or temporary permit to practice as a licensed practical nurse. Successful completion of course in intravenous therapy and training in venipuncture permits the LPN to start intravenous fluids. Note: Applicant must be on the state register in order to be eligible for hire. 10.34/hr.
CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKER TRAINEE 1095395 - Positions may be available in Greenbrier, Monroe, and Pocahontas counties. Employee performs in a training capacity for approximately one year learning the techniques of social casework in the area of Child Protective Services. work is characterized by involving abuse/neglect/exploitation of children. The nature of situations requires judgment to deal with problems that are potentially dangerous to the client and the worker. Work requires the use of personal automobile for extensive travel. May be subject to being on-call during non-business hours and must be available or be accessible by telephone. Requires extensive training to be fully accountable for a high volume of demanding and time restricted cases. Job Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Counseling, Criminal Justice, Behavioral Science, Interpersonal Communications, Human Services, Education, Special Education, Elementary Education, or Secondary Education from a regionally accredited four-year college or university. Special Requirement: Eligible for Temporary Social Worker License or Licensed as a Social Worker, Graduate Social Worker, or Certified Social Worker by the West Virginia Board of Social Work Examiners. Note: With qualifying experience, applicant may be eligible to be hired as a Child Protective Service Worker instead of the trainee level. Note: Applicant must be on the WV State Register in order to be eligible for open positions.
HEALTH SERVICE WORKER TRAINEE 6160502 - Jobs may be available in Greenbrier, Monroe, and Pocahontas counties. Under direct supervision, performs work at the trainee/entry level acquiring the knowledge and abilities to provide basic personal and nursing are related to the treatment, habilitation and rehabilitation for the mentally and/or physically challenged at state operated facilities or in a community setting. Performs basic nursing and personal care, and/or basic therapeutic treatment. Travel may be required. Performs related work as required. Qualifications: Graduation from a standard high school or equivalent. Note: With one year of qualifying experience or certification or registration as a Nursing Assistant or Nurse Aide, applicant may be hired in as Health Service Worker. Special Requirement: Applicant must be on the state register in order to be eligible for hire. 8.92/hr.
ELASTOMERICS ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN 1511134 - min. age 18. Min. requirements: HS plus additional specialized courses or short-term training (one yr.) w/min. of 3 yrs exp. or technical school certificate/diploma, skilled trades apprenticeship, or post HS training (two yrs) w/min. of 1 year exp. AS degree preferred. Prev. Technical exp. in manuf. setting preferred. MUST have exp. in Auto-CAD w/reliability & mech. design principles. Must be able to communicate clearly in English (verbal/written), ITAR requirement, must be US Citizen or permanent resident status. Exp. w/SAP business management software a plus. Job duties include support the development of manuf. processes/tooling thru the supervised application of standard engineering concepts to proven technologies.Create documentation/written procedures, manufacturing build/inspection templates, and act as a liaison between tooling vendors and product/tooling design. Work to resolve equipment issues including enhancements to improve safety (hazard elimination, ergonomic improvements, machine guarding). Trouble shoot equipment problems relative to machine downtime, safety, process performance. Assist w/relentless root cause analysis of rework and scrap related items. Benefits. May work 3-11 shift. 18.00/hr
SOCIAL SERVICE WORKER 2301448 - Positions may be available in Greenbrier, Monroe, and Pocahontas counties. Under general supervision, performs full-performance level professional social service work by providing services to the public in one or multiple program areas. Work requires the use of a personal automobile for local travel. Employee is subject to on-call status during non-business hours. May be required to deal with situations which are potentially dangerous to client and worker. Performs related work as required. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Counseling, Criminal Justice, Behavioral Science, Interpersonal Communications, Human Services, Education, Special Education, Elementary Education, or Secondary Education from a regionally accredited four-year college or university. Special Requirement: Eligible for Temporary Social Worker License or Licensed as a Social Worker, Graduate Social Worker, or Certified Social Worker by the West Virginia Board of Social Work Examiners. Note: With qualifying experience, applicant may be eligible to be hired as a Social Service Worker 2,3,4. Note: Applicant must be on the state register to be eligible for hire. 11.41/hr.
ECONOMIC SERVICE WORKER 3867456 - This announcement is for the position of Economic Service Worker. Jobs may be available in Greenbrier, Monroe, and Pocahontas counties. You must have a 4 year college degree or equivalent paid experience in the field of interviewing and application processing. This position is a high volume, multi-tasking position that will allow you to use your skills in computer systems, dealing with people on a professional level, and knowledge of multiple government assistant programs that provide families the assistance they need for financial and health stability. This is completed through programs like Medicaid, SNAP (Food Stamps), TANF cash benefits (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families), heating supplements, school clothing assistance and so many more. If you are organized, non-judgmental and have a desire to assist people, especially the financially vulnerable, we can provide all the training you will need to make a real difference in the lives of West Virginians. This along with a stable benefits package can lead to a long career in state government. 11.41/hr.
CLEANER 2912256 - Experience preferred but not required, will train. Will be working in Lewisburg area. Will work 25 hours per week, Monday-Friday, 5:00 pm to approximately 10pm. Will clean, sweep, mop, vacuum, dust, polish, clean restrooms, clean glass, clean entrances. Will be cleaning commercial building. Must have own transportation to get to the job site, be drug free, and be able to pass background check. No benefits. Lewisburg
DELIVERY DRIVER/NIGHTS 6745059 - Minimum age 18.0 Must have valid driver's license and good driving record. Minimum one yr paid delivery driving experience required. Will be full time working out of Lewisburg, WV area. Will work Monday - Friday, work starts at 10:30pm - 7:30am. Benefits available and will be discussed. pay is 10.00/hr. Will be responsible for conducting deliveries, loading truck according to customer delivery schedule and handling returns.
DEICER BUILDER 7625042 - Minimum age 18. HS ed/GED and basic computer skills are required. Must be able to work 3pm - 11pm or 11pm - 7am and overtime as needed. Must be able to stand and walk for a minimum of an eight hour shift, lift up to 25 pounds, be available to work any shift including 3:00pm - 11pm or 11pm - 7am and overtime as required. Will be responsible for all aspects of the building process to create a pneumatic deicer. To be successful in this job you should be able to understand, interpret, and follow build drawings, schematics, and manufacturing instructions, and have good hand/eye coordination. If selected for interview by employer and required - must take and pass Workplace observation with 2. pay is 12.58/hr with benefits. Union
BUS DRIVER 4457667 - Minimum age 18. MUST CURRENTLY HOLD Class C CDL in order to apply. Prefer individual already have passenger endorsement but would be required to get that endorsement before starting work if chosen for position. Will work Monday - Friday, route begins at 6:30am and finishes around 3:15 to 3:30pm. Will drive White Sulphur Springs, Lewisburg and Ronceverte route. Will use check list to check maintenance on vehicle such as oil, tires and interior cleanliness. Must be reliable. Pay is 9.00/hr and will be eligible for benefits after 6 week probation period. Will have PEIA insurance, employee pays for some and paid holidays. Must pass background , drug and physical check and have good driving record. Required to attend two day training session in Summersville, WV.
CLEANER 2058009 Experience preferred but not required, will train. Will be working in Marlinton area. Will work 15 hours per week, Monday-Friday, 5:00 pm to 8:00pm. Will clean, sweep, mop, vacuum, dust, polish, clean restrooms, clean glass, clean entrances. Will be cleaning commercial building. Must have own transportation to get to the job site, be drug free, and be able to pass background check. Marlinton area. Pay is 8.00 hr. No benefits.
Correctional Officer Testing is now available at the Greenbrier Valley Job Service. Please call 304-647-7415 for more information.
VETERANS Interested in college? It is possible to have your college paid for and have up to over $6500.00 a year for your expenses. Call Curtis Pauley at (304) 445-2077 for appointment.
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