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Youth Care Worker I

As a Youth Care Worker I, you will be responsible for the daily general supervision of and interaction with residents with the goal to create and maintain a positive therapeutic environment. The Youth Care Worker will draw on the resident’s behavioral expressions to develop healthy options for the residents as well as providing support and encouragement for positive actions.

Compensation: $1000 Sign-On Bonus and up to $36,000 annual salary. Apply online at https://tfifamily.org/.

Wash Attendant

Come work for the car wash voted #1 in Topeka!
NOW HIRING Full Time & Part Time Wash Attendants/Detailers

Multiple positions are available for immediate hire.
Here’s your opportunity to work on some of the most beautiful vehicles in the area. We are looking for hardworking individuals who like a fast-paced work environment and can withstand all weather conditions as we are open year-round.
• Flexible schedules.
• Full hourly wage plus employees are allowed to keep ALL tips.
APPLY IN PERSON OR ONLINE AT https://www.eagleautowash.com/employment

Shipping/Assembly Technician

Your responsibilities
Assemble equipment in accordance with the blueprint provided for each piece of equipment. Performs other related duties such as attaching decals; performing minor paint touchup; testing; installing plumbing, electrical controls, timing devices; and securing nuts and bolts, guards, belts, chains, and numerous other small parts for Schenck Process’s complete product line.
Packages assembled product securing, tagging, and attaching any loose hardware. Prepares packing lists and records on shipping log noting any shortages.
Loads packaged equipment on trucks and contacts transportation carriers and customers to coordinate shipping.
Constructs skids and crates for outbound shipping. Figures skid sizes for each piece of equipment and for the entire shipment (to determine how many can fit on a truck).
Your qualifications
High school diploma or equivalent.
Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations.
Skill in reading blueprints and technical instructions.
Skill in operating a forklift, pallet jack, air driven tools, electrical tools, and hand tools.

To apply, email HR@schenckprocess.com.

Receiving Stockroom

Your responsibilities
• Signing for shipments upon receipt and verifying that the correct goods has been received.
• Thoroughly inspecting goods for any damages and discrepancies.
• Maintaining an accurate record of all goods received and distributed.
• Using forklifts, hand carts, or pallet jacks to load, unload, move, stack, and arrange goods accordingly.
• Strategically storing goods to maximize storage space within the warehouse.
• Promptly processing distribution orders or requests, which includes retrieving specified goods from storage as well as packing, sealing, and labelling goods accordingly.

To apply, email HR@schenckprocess.com.

Individual Home Caregiver

I’m looking for evening home care help for Monday, Tuesday, Wed. Thurs. 6-8:30pm. (or can be 5:30pm-8pm). Most people like working for me and my friendly, positive personality. Let’s meet and see if we are a “good fit” for my needs.

I’m needing a woman care helper. Does not require CNA or nursing degree, but experience providing care is helpful (i.e., caregiver to aging parent, raised kids,etc). Able to pass a background check. Workplace alcohol/drug free. Desire a worker who is mature, dependable, dedicated, trustworthy, able to carry out job duties and their own household experience is an advantage. Must have reliable transportation (& back up in case).

Work for a healthy disabled woman who is a WU alum, intelligent, active, friendly, has many interests and lives a full life. Fairly independent individual, but needs care helper for some tasks or assistance completing others. I have body limitations not any mental, reasoning, speech or communication issues. My disability doesn’t involve any infectious or contagious issues.

Evening Employee typically helps with some personal care assistance . Meal assistance helping me assemble, reheat, or simple cook. I like cooking and usually get dinner ready earlier in the day. We follow up evening housekeeping as continuation of what has been started in the day. Evening housekeeping tasks when/as needed might be switching out, bringing up, putting away laundry, emptying trash, washing dinner dishes, vacuuming/sweeping/mop etc..
No total lifting (I use a transfer slide board for bed to chair transfers), but applicant needs to be physically able to assist with duties including Stepping, bending, going up/down stairs for laundry, etc..

I prefer a direct ongoing relationship with my helpers rather than agency staffing. I am a patient person and willing to guide helper to get familiarized. For more detailed information, questions, or to schedule an interview, contact JB at careassistjob at gmail.com or (785)845-1749.

HVAC and Carpet Tech

Clean carpet, furniture, and rugs as assigned.
Clean and sanitize residential and commercial air-ducts, coils, furnaces and dryer vents.
Maintain equipment and stock levels.
Ensure proper re-installation of all functioning parts of the air-duct system before leaving the site.
Required on-call one week each month for emergency water extractions.
Customer service
Accepting payments for service and editing invoices to show technician priced services.
Maintain a clean company vehicle.
Comply with all applicable standards, policies, and safety procedures.
Ability to use all required equipment.

Raise opportunity after 90 days; health, dental, vision for full-time employees; opportunities for growth within the company.

Please apply at Bobsjanitorial.com under careers.

Traditional Trades Advancement Program Intern – Fort Larned National Historic Site

National Park Service – Traditional Trades Advancement Program – Fort Larned National Historic Site

Length:

Term of positions is 20 weeks; full-time 40 hrs./wk.

Location:

Larned, Kansas

Living Allowance:

$550 /week

AmeriCorps Award:

Position is eligible for an AmeriCorps education award upon successful completion of the program. Value of education award is $2,417.14 (pre-tax).

Start Date:

8/22/2022

Application Due Date:

Preference given to applicants that submit application by 8/1/2022

Title of Position

Traditional Trades Advancement Program – Fort Larned National Historic Site

Position Details

Stewards Individual Placement Program (SIPP) provides individuals with service and career opportunities to strengthen communities and preserve our natural resources. Participants work with federal agencies, tribal governments, and nonprofits building institutional capacity, developing community relationships, and supporting ecosystem health.

SIPP in partnership with the National Park Service Fort Larned National Historic Site are seeking an AmeriCorps member who will serve on the park historic preservation team. Preservation teams performed preservation maintenance and treatment repairs on ten historic structures in the park in a variety of trade skills. Participant will develop skills in masonry pointing, flat wall plastering, wood repairs to windows and doors, glazing, wood shingle roof repairs and painting.

Position Responsibilities will include:

Participate in park safety program
Strong work ethic
Physical stamina to perform work
Valid State Driver license
Willingness to learn

Minimum Requirements:

Education requirements High School Diploma or GED equivalent?
Basic knowledge of hand tools and use
Follow oral and written instructions
Full vaccination against COVID-19 by the first day of employment and ability to provide proof of vaccination before starting

Preferred Qualifications:

Carpentry, Masonry or other trade skills knowledge and skills
Willingness to learn
Basic knowledge of hand tools and use
Follow oral and written instructions

Benefits:

Position is eligible for an AmeriCorps education award upon successful completion of the program. Value of education award is $2,417.14 (pre-tax).
Living Allowance: $550/week (pre-tax)
Specific training offered?
OSHA 10
Preservation Philosophy
Trade skill development

Please be prepared to upload your resume as part of this application.

For More Information Contact:

Gwennan Richmond- Stewards Program Coordinator

304-860-0320

grichmond@conservationlegacy.org

https://stewardslegacy.org/hptc

Stewards Individual Placements Program does not and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all.

Mow Crew Technician

Mow crew technician
Full time
Experience not required
Operating zero turn mowers, push mowers, walker mowers, trimmers, edgers, blowers, chainsaws, hedge trimmers and various hand tools. Needs to work well with others and be a quick learner.

Compensation: $15 – $20/hour for full-time employees, $10/hour for part-time. Learn more by calling (785) 640-1041.

Custodian (11pm- 7:30am)

KU Recreation Services, a Department within Student Affairs, provides a campus-wide impact by improving the quality of life for all students, faculty, staff, affiliates, retirees, alumni, spouses, and domestic partners through its fitness and wellness initiatives. KU Recreation Services provide state-of-the-art recreational programs, facilities, and services.

Facilities include the Ambler Student Recreation Fitness Center (“ASRFC”), opened in September 2003 and expanded in 2008, several outside spaces. The ASRFC is comprised of many different activity spaces: 16,000 square feet of cardiovascular resistance training and free weight equipment, six indoor basketball/volleyball courts, a three-lane suspended jogging track, an aerobics studio, a martial arts studio, four racquetball courts, one squash court, dasher board system multipurpose gym, golf simulator, a 42-foot climbing wall and bouldering wall, two outdoor basketball courts, conference room, and a multimedia room. Outdoor facilities include: 13 acres of grass field spaces at the Shenk Recreational Sports Complex, the Adams Outdoor Education Center (challenge course), one artificial turf field (Central Field), four lighted sand volleyball courts, and four lighted tennis courts. KU Recreation Services utilizes the Robinson Center for its aquatic activities.

Programs within KU Recreation Services include Fitness, Intramurals, Sport Clubs, and Outdoor Pursuits. Fitness offers group fitness (“KU Fit”) with classes focused on cardio, strength, and mind and body, Personal Training, and Fitness Assessments. Intramurals play team sports, team tournaments, and individual activities. Sport Clubs participate in a wide variety of competitive, recreational, and instructional sports. Outdoor Pursuits offer a challenge course, rock climbing wall, and an equipment rental center.

Position Overview:
This position is responsible for performing routine overnight, 11pm-7:30am (Tuesday night – Sunday Morning), custodial work in the Ambler Student Recreation Fitness Center. The position will serve on a team of four custodians and a working supervisor and will require work on the weekends. Employee sweeps and mops floors, vacuums carpeted areas, dusts, cleans offices, classrooms, cleans/disinfects restrooms, collects and removes trash. Cleans exterior entrances and emergency exits to Ambler, including shoveling snow/ice removal in the winter months as needed.

Job Description :
55% -General Cleaning Duties:

Cleaning duties occur in the following spaces: gyms, weight room, climbing wall, aerobics studio, arena, martial arts room, office, meeting room, hallways, stairways, elevators, entrances, and exteriors.
Mops (dust/wet) spots and stains on tile areas and floor mats.
Cleans glass, mirrors, and dry erase boards.
Cleans/Dusts/ disinfects water fountains, window ledges, hand railings, display cases and furniture etc.
Spot cleans wall, doors, door handles, jams, and kick plates.
Empties trash and cleans containers to replace with liners.
Vacuums, bonnets, and extracts carpeted areas using appropriate equipment and chemicals.
Checks and maintains exterior areas, accessible ramps and equipment, elevator cabs and doors, etc.

15% – Floor Maintenance:

Strips floors, chemical detergent scrubs in non-carpeted areas.
Burnishes tile floors, bonnets and deep extracts carpeted areas.
Cleans and maintains specialty floors such as wood, tile, etc. using a variety of automatic equipment.
Cleans exterior entrances daily, removing snow and ice when necessary.

15% – Restroom/Shower Cleaning:

Cleans and disinfects sinks, stools, urinals, sanitary napkin receptacles and trash containers.
Cleans and polishes fixtures, wet mops floors, dusts and cleans all surfaces.
Replaces soap and paper goods. Cleans floor drains and adds water according to established schedule.
Scrubs walls, detergent scrubs floors with semi-automatic scrubbing equipment.

10% – Supplied, Chemical and Equipment Maintenance:

Remains knowledgeable concerning proper use and purposes of chemicals, the proper mixing of chemicals, and associated safety procedures to avoid injury to self, others, and equipment damage.

5% – Other Related Work:

Includes but not limited to locking and unlocking building doors, reports building repair needs and concerns to supervisor.
Assists with snow removal and surface treatment.
Performs other assigned duties

Compensation: $13.50/hour + overnight shift differential of $0.60/hr. Apply online at  https://employment.ku.edu/staff/22493BR.