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Dehli Rehab & Nursing is Hiring in Delhi, NY

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CHENANGO COUNTY ANNOUNCES EXAMINATION OPEN TO THE PUBLIC FOR STAFF SOCIAL WORKER #65 367

Examination Date: November 6, 2021 5:00 P.M.

Applications accepted through:September 30, 2021

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Metrocleaners LLC is hiring a Delivery Driver in Cooperstown, NY
Job Description:
Metrocleaners is looking for a full time laundry and dry-cleaning driver, primarily first shift with some flexibility, light vehicle maintenance. (cleaning and refueling). Skills needed for the job include: being a team player; being prompt and dependable; being polite and courteous. Other hiring requirements include: NYS driver's license; drug screening; and reference check.
To apply, call or go in person.
Job Location:
115 Main St
Cooperstown, New York
Pay: $14.00 - $16.00 Hourly
Benefits: Vacation, Holidays
Hours per Week: 40
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Work Days: Monday thru Friday
Shift: Varies
Minimum Education Required: GED
Driver Licenses, Including Endorsements: Class D (Operator)
To apply, contact the employer in person, or by telephone:
Helmut Michelitsch
115 Main St
Cooperstown, NY 13326
(607) 547-2541

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Metrocleaners LLC is hiring a Laundry Associate - FT or PT in Cooperstown, NY
Job Description:
Metrocleaners is looking for a FT or PT Laundry and Dry-cleaning Associate, wash-dry-fold of commercial and private laundry, telephone skills, cash register and counter work. Mostly first shift work. Skills needed for the job include: being a team player; being prompt and dependable; being polite and courteous. Other hiring requirements include: Operate or tend washing to wash or dry-clean industrial or household articles, such as cloth garments, suede, leather, furs, blankets, draperies, linens, rugs, and carpets. Includes spotters and dyers of these articles.
To apply, call or go in person.
Job Location:
115 Main St
Cooperstown, New York
Pay: $14.00 - $16.00 Hourly
Benefits: Vacation, Holidays
Hours per Week: 40
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Work Days: Monday thru Friday
Shift: Varies
Minimum Education Required: GED
Driver Licenses, Including Endorsements: Class D (Operator)
To apply, contact the employer in person, or by telephone:
Helmut Michelitsch
115 Main St
Cooperstown, NY 13326
(607) 547-2541

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Baillie Lumber is hiring Lumber Handlers in Smyrna, NY
Job Description:
General Labor - Lumber Handler Baillie Lumber Smyrna, NY, 13464 This entry level position requires a motivated individual willing to work with their hands and with others. You must be able to identify sorts and pile boards in carts. We are running a $300 sign-on bonus and are eligible for benefits after 90 days of employment. We are looking for first and second shift employees. Second shift employees received a $1.75 differential. Training is provided. No experience needed. Drug Screen and Medical Exam required.
Benefits: Health Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vacation, Holidays
Hours per Week: 40
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Work Days: Monday thru Friday
How to Apply:
To apply, contact the employer in person, by telephone, by email, or on-line:
Erica Salvo
2 East Street
Smyrna, NY 13464
Phone: Salvo, Erica (607) 627-6225
Email: esalvo@baillie.com
Web-site: https://baillie.workbrightats.com/jobs/610327.html

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Brooks' Bottling Co. LLC is hiring a Shipping and Receiving Associate in Oneonta, NY
Job Description: As an employee of Brooks' Bottling Company, you are not just joining a team, you are joining the Brooks' Family of businesses that have been in business since 1951. Shipping and receiving are integral parts of our growing business.
Shipping and Receiving Responsibilities: Manages the shipment and receipt of all products, materials, and supplies. Collaborates and communicates with logistics technicians, customer service representatives, service providers, and others involved in the shipment and receipt of products. Tracks, traces, and updates the status of incoming and outgoing shipments. Maintains a clean, neat, and member-ready area. Promptly unloads trucks and deliveries and sorts and stocks receivables. Maintains an accurate log sheet of daily moves, scanning inventory, and counting accurately. Engages with vendors and drivers with a positive attitude. Provides additional backup support for shipping and receiving departments.
Shipping and Receiving Qualifications/Skills: Scanning and sorting incoming and outgoing stock Receiving, stocking, and stacking Pulling, packing, and loading Good written and verbal communication skills Strong sense of time organization and urgency Able to work independently and within a team
Education, Experience, and Licensing Requirements: High school diploma, GED, or equivalent 6 months logistics, retail, or customer service experience Forklift Certification within 90 days of job entry date
Pay: $13.00 - $17.00 Hourly
Benefits: Health Insurance, Vacation, Sick Leave, Retirement/Pension
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Work Days: Monday thru Friday
Shift: First (Day)
Minimum Education Required: GED
Driver Licenses, Including Endorsements: Class D (Operator)
How to Apply:
To apply, contact the employer by email:
Email: maryjo_frankl@brooksbottling.com

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Brooks' Bottling Co. LLC is hiring QC/QA Technicians in Oneonta, NY
Minimum Experience Required: 1 year
Job Description:
The Food Quality Technician is responsible for inspecting and enforcing the company's food safety and Quality Assurance Program. Familiarity with all applicable equipment and provide quality inspections on all related items is very important. Candidate needs to have a high attention to detail, be able to stand their ground on quality issues, and not be afraid to ask questions.
RESPONSIBILITIES Verify CCP checks are being performed as stated in the HACCP/Food Safety Plans Net weight check verifications Confirm that production facility audit procedures (SQF) are properly carried out and assigned work schedules are maintained Determine overall production facility food safety and quality by conducting and evaluating various product tests and tests related to ingredients and packaging Assist in investigation Food Safety and Quality issues on the production floor Evaluate and take corrective action when necessary with regard to food safety and quality at all levels of product movement Perform inspections on finished products Assist in performing inventory counts as necessary of finished goods Educate and instruct production facility personnel in recommended GMPs, equipment sanitation and general sanitation and housekeeping practices. Confirm these procedures are being maintained Discuss production facility evaluation with management, make appropriate recommendations and set timetable for improvement and corrections
Function as an information source for production and other departments when critical food safety and quality issues arise Monitor and verify Safety and Quality of raw materials, processing, and finished goods Verify label and code date printing as defined by internal procedures Assist in the development of special department projects and work in conjunction with FSQA Manager. Accept the responsibility of training and preparing new employees for this position Strive to accomplish the goals of the production facility plan, consistent with established manufacturing, quality and safety procedures Follow company food safety and quality policies and requirements Perform miscellaneous duties and projects as assigned and required
KNOWLEDGE
• Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out detailed instructions furnished in written, oral or diagram form.
• Ability to deal with problems involving several concrete variables in standardized situations.
• ability to communicate problems or issues to quality or plant leadership to address concerns of waste, quality or employee safety.
• Understands the basics of Lean Manufacturing; GEAR in order to contribute to the organization's continuous improvement efforts. Education/Experience * Prior food manufacturing and quality assurance experience preferred.
• High School diploma or GED
• Basic math skills with ability to read and write
• Working experience with computers (Microsoft Word, Excel, various software programs) preferred Qualification Requirements
• To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities.
Pay: $16.00 - $18.00 Hourly
Benefits: Health Insurance, Vacation, Sick Leave, Retirement/Pension
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Work Days: Monday thru Friday
Shift: First (Day)
Minimum Education Required: High School Diploma
Driver Licenses, Including Endorsements: Class D (Operator)
How to Apply:
To apply, contact the employer by email:
Email: maryjo_frankl@brooksbottling.com

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Brooks' Bottling Co. LLC is hiring a Maintenance Worker in Oneonta, NY
Minimum Experience Required: 1 year
Job Description:
NY1387263 Maintain production and facility equipment assets by performing routine preventative and predictive maintenance. Troubleshoot and correct equipment breakdowns and failures. Equipment
• Diagnose equipment problems and take corrective action to achieve optimum line efficiency. Independently set up changeover and repair filling equipment and packaging lines.
• Perform preventive maintenance, repairs, and overhauls on all equipment as required
• Perform line changeovers, which include the disassembly and re-assembly of Packaging/Manufacturing related line equipment and or Facility/Utility related equipment.
• Assist in the diagnosis of machine electronic controls, sensors, servers and drives.
• Understand other systems that impact line efficiency or operation (pumps, scales, etc.).
• Perform assigned preventative maintenance in order to sustain line performance and document all work preventative and breakdown related in CMMS system.
• Install new and repair existing equipment from written specifications such as blueprints, equipment manuals, engineering sketches, and verbal instruction.
• Maintain and repair Critical systems: Boilers, plant water system, compressed air system.
• Ability to install and troubleshoot electrical systems throughout plant (AC and DC voltage)
Documentation & Procedures:
• Documentation equipment preparation, set up, PM and repair in strict accordance with SOP and GMP requirements.
• Complete paperwork for Production and Lab in strict accordance with SOP and GMP requirements
• Follow site GMP regulations, and Safety policies and procedures to include LOTO, PTW and Machine Guarding.
• Review equipment status and downtime with supervision and recommend improvements.
• Assist in the execution of validation protocols and adhere to procedures.
• Review and make recommendations to improve maintenance plans for equipment
• Document all work performance via the work order system as directed
Operational Excellence:
• Participate in site Operational Excellence initiatives to include Root Cause Analysis(RCA), Failure Mode Effect Analysis(FMEA), Foundations, and Kaizans
• Report PM, Changeover, Downtime performance with supervision and recommend
Improvements
• Recommend and implement equipment modifications to increase reliability.
• Actively standardize and document best practice to achieve "Right First Time".
• Ability to work with outside vendors to recommend component or equipment modifications.
• Required to work overtime to meet company or department needs and flexibility to change shifts as needed.
• Ability to operate electric pallet jack (forklift) to move materials.
Other:
• Required to work overtime to meet company or department needs and flexibility to change shifts as needed.
• Ability to operate electric pallet jack (forklift) to move materials.
COVID-19 Precaution(s): Personal protective equipment provided or required, Temperature screenings, Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place.
Pay: $16.00 - $18.00 Hourly
Benefits: Health Insurance, Vacation, Sick Leave, Retirement/Pension
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Work Days: Monday thru Friday
Shift: Varies
Minimum Education Required: High School Diploma
To apply, contact the employer by email:
Email: maryjo_frankl@brooksbottling.com

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Brooks' Bottling Co. LLC is hiring Manufacturing Associates in Oneonta, NY
Job Description:
Labor position on a production line. Duties to include stacking, product inspection, loading, and cleaning. On the job training for movement to operator available to proven employees. Must have strong work ethic, be reliable with good attendance, transportation, be sanitation focused and have good attention to detail. First, second and third shifts available.
Pay: $14.50 - $17.00 Hourly
Benefits: Health Insurance, Vacation, Sick Leave, Retirement/Pension
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Work Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Shift: Varies
Minimum Education Required: GED
To apply, contact the employer by email:
Email: maryjo_frankl@brooksbottling.com

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KOA Unadilla/Delaware Valley is hiring a Part-time Maintenance Worker in Franklin, NY
Job Description: Honey Wagon Operator and lawn care maintenance of the campgrounds. Landscape or maintain grounds of property using hand or power tools or equipment. May include any combination of the following: sod laying, mowing, trimming, planting, watering, fertilizing, digging, raking. Must have own car.
Pay: $15.00 Hourly
.Hours per Week: 20
Duration: Part Time, Regular
Work Days: Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
Shift: First (Day)
Minimum Education Required: GED
Driver Licenses, Including Endorsements: Class D (Operator)
To apply, contact the employer in person, by telephone, or by email:
Kathy McClure
242 Union Church Rd.
Franklin, NY 13775
Phone: McClure, Kathy (607) 369-9030
Email: koaunadilla@aol.com

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Order #        Company                   Job Title                                                               City
NY1386842 Otsego County          Social Welfare Examiner                               Cooperstown 
NY1386819 Otsego County          SR. AGING SERVICES AIDE - Temp            Cooperstown
NY1386848 Otsego County          Corrections Nurse - Per Diem                       Cooperstown 
NY1386843 Otsego County          Community Services Worker - Temporary     Cooperstown
NY1386752 Schneider's Bakery    Front End Cashiers/Decorating (FT&PT)      Cooperstown 

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Sissy's Little Lambs
Job Title: Lead Infant Teacher in Oneonta, NY
Job Description:
Lead Infant Teacher Qualifications: Associate's degree in Early Childhood, Child Development or related field. (or any other minimum education and experience qualifications for the Head of Group for toddlers as outlined in the NYS regulations 418-1.13 Staff Qualifications.) Responsibilities: Supervisor: The Lead Infant Teacher is responsible for the supervision of Assistant Teachers and Teachers Aides that comprise the classroom team. She/He must monitor the job performance of team members and provide guidance and feedback as necessary to ensure that center policies and guidelines are followed. Specified tasks include, but are not limited to: Give team members on-going guidance as necessary to implement classroom and center-wide programs and to adhere to center policies and guidelines. Define specific tasks in advance, making sure the more "unpleasant" tasks are shared among team members. Meet with team members privately as necessary to give feedback and suggest alternatives. Actively participate in the annual evaluations of your team, yourself and the office staff. Attempt to resolve problems, conflicts, etc. with team members first, before bring it to the attention of the Owner. Programmer: The Lead Infant Teacher is responsible for developing and implementing lesson plans with the team which will promote the children's physical, cognitive a social/emotional growth. The program shall include a balance between structured and un-structured time, indoor and outdoor activities, and nap and play. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to: Formulate with team and hand in weekly lesson plans/newletters to the Director; carry out the daily activities. Demonstrate awareness of the programming needs of the center as a whole by cooperating with the entire staff in sharing equipment and ideas. Prepare materials in advance. Lead the daily on-going program. Confer with the Owner about changes, programming and problems. Refer individual children to the Owner who may need extra services from outside agencies, etc. Talk with parents on a daily basis if needed to share information. Share pertinent information or concerns about individual children with team members, while adhering to the confidentiality policy. Confer with team formally on a regular basis at a team meeting to discuss planning, individual children and concerns of individual team members or concerns about the room in general. Attend staff meetings with your team. Adhere to all classroom guidelines.
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Shift: First (Day)
Minimum Education Required: Associates Degree
How to Apply:
To apply, contact the employer by email:
Email: lillambscenter@gmail.com

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Sissy's Little Lambs
Job Title: Lead Toddler Teacher in Oneonta, NY
Minimum Experience Required:
No experience requirement provided.
Job Description: Lead Toddler Teacher Qualifications: Associate's degree in Early Childhood, Child Development or related field. (or any other minimum education and experience qualifications for the Head of Group for toddlers as outlined in the NYS regulations 418-1.13 Staff Qualifications) Responsibilities: The Head Toddler Teacher serves as a model for parents/staff and children. She/He must demonstrate an ability to handle criticism or problems diplomatically, to seek alternatives where change is needed, to show a willingness to continue learning, to evaluate personal strengths and weaknesses, and to make ongoing program assessments. Supervisor: The Lead Toddler Teacher is responsible for the supervision of Assistant Teachers and Teachers Aides that comprise the classroom team. She/He must monitor the job performance of team members and provide guidance and feedback as necessary to ensure that center policies and guidelines are followed. Specified tasks include, but are not limited to: Give team members on-going guidance as necessary to implement classroom and center-wide programs and to adhere to center policies and guidelines. Define specific tasks in advance, making sure the more "unpleasant" tasks are shared among team members. Meet with team members privately as necessary to give feedback and suggest alternatives. Actively participate in the annual evaluations of your team, yourself and the office staff. Attempt to resolve problems, conflicts, etc. with team members first, before bring it to the attention of the Owner. Programmer: The Lead Toddler Teacher is responsible for developing and implementing lesson plans with the team which will promote the children's physical, cognitive a social/emotional growth. The program shall include a balance between structured and un-structured time, indoor and outdoor activities, and nap and play. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to: Formulate with team and hand in weekly lesson plans/newsletters to the Director; carry out the daily activities. Demonstrate awareness of the programming needs of the center as a whole by cooperating with the entire staff in sharing equipment and ideas. Prepare materials in advance. Lead the daily on-going program. Confer with the Owner about changes, programming and problems. Refer individual children to the Owner who may need extra services from outside agencies, etc. Talk with parents on a daily basis if needed to share information. Share pertinent information or concerns about individual children with team members, while adhering to the confidentiality policy. Confer with team formally on a regular basis at a team meeting to discuss planning, individual children and concerns of individual team members or concerns about the room in general. Attend staff meetings with your team. Adhere to all classroom guidelines. Parent Contact: The Lead Toddler Teacher is responsible for sharing all pertinent information about the children's progress with the parents. Communication will take place through daily informal contact and scheduled formal conferences with written progress reports twice a year. Environmental Organizer The Lead Toddler Teacher is responsible for designing and maintaining an attractive, orderly environment conducive to the children's development. Responsibility for the classroom environment includes: Creating a warm, loving atmosphere that welcomes children and their families. Meeting fire and safety recommendations as advised by the NYS regulations, Owner, and any other local, federal and state agencies.
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Shift: First (Day)
Minimum Education Required: Associates Degree
Driver Licenses, Including Endorsements:
No Driver License requirements specified.
How to Apply:
To apply, contact the employer by email:
Email: lillambscenter@gmail.com

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Sissy's Little Lambs
Job Title: Assistant Preschool Teacher in Oneonta, NY.
Job Description:
Assistant Preschool Teacher: Qualifications: Associate's degree in Early Childhood, Child Development or related field. (or any other minimum education and experience qualifications for the Head of Group for toddlers as outlined in the NYS regulations 418-1.13 Staff Qualifications.) Responsibilities: Supervisor: The Lead Preschool Teacher is responsible for the supervision of Assistant Teachers and Teachers Aides that comprise the classroom team. She/He must monitor the job performance of team members and provide guidance and feedback as necessary to ensure that center policies and guidelines are followed. Specified tasks include, but are not limited to: Give team members on-going guidance as necessary to implement classroom and center-wide programs and to adhere to center policies and guidelines. Define specific tasks in advance, making sure the more "unpleasant" tasks are shared among team members. Meet with team members privately as necessary to give feedback and suggest alternatives. Actively participate in the annual evaluations of your team, yourself and the office staff. Attempt to resolve problems, conflicts, etc. with team members first, before bring it to the attention of the Owner. Programmer: The Lead Preschool Teacher is responsible for developing and implementing lesson plans with the team which will promote the children's physical, cognitive a social/emotional growth. The program shall include a balance between structured and un-structured time, indoor and outdoor activities, and nap and play. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to: Formulate with team and hand in weekly lesson plans/newsletters to the Director; carry out the daily activities. Demonstrate awareness of the programming needs of the center as a whole by cooperating with the entire staff in sharing equipment and ideas. Prepare materials in advance. Lead the daily on-going program. Confer with the Owner about changes, programming and problems. Refer individual children to the Owner who may need extra services from outside agencies, etc. Talk with parents on a daily basis if needed to share information. Share pertinent information or concerns about individual children with team members, while adhering to the confidentiality policy. Confer with team formally on a regular basis at a team meeting to discuss planning, individual children and concerns of individual team members or concerns about the room in general. Attend staff meetings with your team. Adhere to all classroom guidelines. Parent Contact: The Lead Preschool Teacher is responsible for sharing all pertinent information about the children's progress with the parents. Communication will take place through daily informal contact and scheduled formal conferences with written progress reports twice a year. Environmental Organizer: The Lead Preschool Teacher is responsible for designing and maintaining an attractive, orderly environment conducive to the children's development. Responsibility for the classroom environment includes: Creating a warm, loving atmosphere that welcomes children and their families. Meeting fire and safety recommendations as advised by the NYS regulations, Owner, and any other local, federal and state agencies. Making sure equipment is safe, clean and appropriate for the children's ability level, and requesting materials as needed.
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Shift: First (Day).
Minimum Education Required: Associates Degree
How to Apply:
To apply, contact the employer by email:
Email: lillambscenter@gmail.com

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Sissy's Little Lambs
Job Title: Assistant Infant Ass. Toddler Teacher in Oneonta, NY
Job Description:
Responsibilities for all Assistants: The Assistant Teacher is responsible for assisting the Lead Teacher throughout the day in the child care and educational activities, including participation in planning such activities. She/He takes sole responsibility for children and staff in the group when necessary; i.e. in the absence of the Lead Teacher. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Share pertinent information or concerns about individual children with team members, while adhering to the confidentiality policy. Attempt to resolve problems, conflicts, etc. with team member first, before bringing them to the attention of the Administrator. Give direction to substitutes, as needed. Take responsibility for a small group at group time. Accept the philosophy and programming techniques of the center and learn to work as a team. Assist in the care of classroom and supplies. Attend staff meetings. Attend parent meetings when requested. Be informed about the status of each child and his/her family so that even causal contacts with parents can represent a consistent approach on the part of the center. Assist the Lead Teacher at evaluation (developmental progress reports) as needed. Share the more "unpleasant" tasks with team members. Do anything else the Lead Teacher deems necessary for the good of the children and the classroom.
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Shift: First (Day)
Minimum Education Required: Associates Degree
How to Apply:
To apply, contact the employer by email:
Email: lillambscenter@gmail.com

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