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Jun 14, 2024

Preacher at Montville Church of Christ

 Preacher at Montville Church of Christ


Employer: Montville Church of Christ. 

-Michael Prince

Address: 
9601 Madison Road Montville, Ohio 44064

Contact:   careers@montvillechurch.com

Job Title: Preacher

Requirements for Employment: 

An Overview of the Ideal Candidate:
The ideal candidate will possess the qualities laid out in 1 Timothy 3: 1 – 7 and Titus 1: 6 – 9. This man must possess the ability to disciple, teach, and shepherd members of the church community. He will be a man who is guided by God’s Word as set forth in the Bible in all matters and able to effectively communicate his knowledge to the Congregation through his sermons. This preacher will be a humble servant and able to both lead and take direction. An ideal candidate will be compassionate, gracious, and personable in interpersonal dealings. He should be trustworthy and able to counsel people when called to do so, quick to listen and slow to speak. This man should be a follower of Jesus Christ both in word and deed, and led by the Holy Spirit.

Requirements:
• Bachelor’s Degree from an Accredited Institution
• Must be an immersed follower of Jesus Christ
• Ministry experience preferred but not required

Job Description: 

The Montville Church of Christ is an American Restorationist, Bible-centered, and growing congregation located in rural Montville, Ohio. (Please refer to our website for more about our church as well as service livestreams.) We are seeking a preacher to care for the spiritual needs of our congregation.

Application Process:

The process for interested candidates:

Describe your experiences in ministry and how you may be qualified to serve as the Preacher in our Congregation. In just a few sentences please give a summary of your theological and doctrinal beliefs.

Describe your experiences in ministry and how you may be qualified to serve as the Preacher in our Congregation.

Please send your resume, responses, and a sermon link to careers@montvillechurch.com.

Rate of pay and hours per week: Salary, housing allowance, and parsonage open to negotiation. 40 hours per week

Approximate start date: 6/9/2024

Approximate end date: 

Number of positions available:  1

Students in the following areas of study should apply: 

Bible, Theology, Ministry

Jun 7, 2024

Bible Teacher at Upward Bound Youth

 Bible Teacher at Upward Bound Youth


Employer: Upward Bound Youth

Address: 
1282 E. Milltown Rd., Wooster, OH 44691

Contact:  Stephanie McCoy ( - )

Job Title: Bible Teacher

Requirements for Employment: 

Minimum Requirements:
-Be a born-again Christian with a growing and deepening Christian faith and a commitment to advancing the cause of Christ.
-Be an active and committed member within a local Bible-believing church, and a deep commitment to faithfully “tithe” of their time in the areas of Bible study, prayer, and evangelism.
-Agree wholeheartedly with and be willing to abide by Upward Bound Youth's Statement of Faith and Doctrinal Distinctives, Code of Conduct, and general workplace standards as outlined in the employee handbook.
-Be able to work in the US legally without sponsorship and have a valid driver’s license.
-Hold an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution.
-Exercise proficiency in the use of Google Drive/Workspace, web search engines, and other instructionally-related applications.
-Maintain excellent interpersonal and communication skills (written and oral) and demonstrate a collegial and upbuilding attitude towards all students and colleagues.
-Have a strong passion and commitment to excellence in teaching 18-30 year-old students in large and small class settings.
-Maintain a working knowledge of all ministry policies and procedures.
-Have the ability to plan and organize work.

Preferred Requirements:
-An undergraduate or master’s degree in Biblical Studies is preferred.
-Demonstrated teaching experience in a variety of venues (e.g., traditional classroom, field trips, church Bible studies, one-on-mentoring) is also preferred.
-Applicants should have a commitment to ongoing research and the development of useful learning resources in their field(s) of discipline

Job Description: 

Job Description
Provide instruction in assigned class(es) in accordance with applicable administrative policies and procedures, established instructional models, and course syllabus/syllabi as established by the Legacy Bible Institute. Implement appropriate strategies to assist students to achieve their spiritual, intellectual, and missional potential and provide superior student service. The ideal candidate would be “at home” in the English Bible (OT, NT, Biblical Theology) and basic systematic theology, and able to teach a variety of biblically-based topics. Candidates should be able to give clear and convincing testimony of their commitment to Christ, a life of obedience and growing maturity, a love for Christ-centered learning across various disciplines, and skill in teaching and ministering to students of diverse ages. The candidate should be excited to teach the riches of Christ’s gospel from within the doctrinal parameters of historic Anabaptism, and with the utmost respect for the Bible as God’s infallible and authoritative Word in all matters of faith and life.

As an employee of Upward Bound Youth that is deeply involved in Legacy’s learning community, the primary responsibilities for this position would be geared toward teaching 18-30 year-old students, but a commitment to UBY’s broader community outreach programs would also be necessary.

Work Environment/Conditions:
Legacy Bible Institute is a gap-year program designed for 18-30 year-olds, and is operated by Upward Bound Youth (UBY) in affiliation with the Apostolic Christian Church Foundation and the Wooster Bible Church. The Apostolic Christian Church is a small Christian denomination that started as a neo-Anabaptist revival movement in the 1800s. UBY broadly aims to “Teach Truth and Equip Youth” and has a variety of other ministries and programs that it is operating and expanding. Legacy aims to graduate obedient students of Scripture who are abiding and growing in Christ, and are equipped for lifelong learning and mission.

This job operates in an office/classroom environment located in Wooster, Ohio. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, and filing cabinets. Additionally, UBY’s outreach programming can involve working with K-12 grade students in indoor and outdoor facilities and spaces. The position may require long periods of standing or sitting. The applicant should be able to lift 25 pounds and be able to assist in set-up or take-down for outreach events. If you are mission-minded, and have a servant's heart, join us as we look to further advance the Kingdom of God.

Essential Functions:
NOTE: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.
Instruct students in assigned class(es).
-Manage classroom environment to create an effective learning environment.
-Facilitate students in achieving course objectives through interpersonal interactions in face-to-face settings, and (as needed) online learning platforms.
-Participate in required Legacy Bible Institute and Upward Bound Youth training and professional development programs and maintain expertise in subject area.
-Motivate students to actively participate in the educational process, including but not limited to class discussions, discussion threads, outside assignments, research, enrichment activities, etc.
-Respond promptly (within 24 hours) when returning telephone calls and replying to correspondence, emails, and instant messages.
-Grade student assignments within 1 week of submission.
-Maintain and enforce proper decorum, online and otherwise, to effect a positive learning environment.
-Collaborate with appropriate staff to produce learning experiences that will enhance student achievement.
-Participate in course review processes by recommending improvements in course design.
-Motivate students to persist in the program by monitoring student participation and contacting students who fall behind.
-Expectations also include ministry-wide service, committee work, and student mentoring.

Additional Information:
Upward Bound Youth is a nonprofit organization with the vision to teach the Truth of Scripture in accordance with our sincerely held religious beliefs in an effort to equip youth and their families in their spiritual, physical, emotional, and educational development. To accomplish this, our ministry uses programs, retreats, camps, mission trips, and events. In addition, Upward Bound Youth supports and assists other charitable, 501(c)(3) organizations, and missions in pursuit of compatible missions and purposes as stated herein and as the Board of Directors may approve from time to time. Upward Bound Youth's direct and indirect involvement through other charitable organizations are global in their reach. Areas of the world impacted through Upward Bound Youth include Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central America, Eastern Europe, North & South America and the South Pacific region.

Candidates must align with Upward Bound Youth's Christian identity. Employees are expected to sign a Statement of Faith and Doctrinal Distinctives and adhere to the Code of Conduct. As a religious organization, we have the right to, and do, require that employees hold beliefs consistent with our Statement of Faith and Doctrinal Distinctives and conduct themselves in a manner consistent with our religious beliefs, as explained in our Code of Conduct.

Application Process:

https://www.ziprecruiter.com/jobs/upward-bound-youth-4bd3b721/bible-teacher-70126ad9

https://form.jotform.com/241415262205142

Rate of pay and hours per week: Full time (40 hours) Salaried Position. Pay will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. However, being called to ministry means it is not a cushy job, so we go the extra mile to support you. Our favorite perks are: competitive benefits (health, vision/dental, wellness), 401k, nonprofit/ministry donation matching, professional development, and flexible paid time off.

Approximate start date: 8/1/2024

Approximate end date: n/a

Number of positions available:  1

Students in the following areas of study should apply: 

Bible, Theology, Ministry

Program Coordinator at International Welcome Center

 Program Coordinator at International Welcome Center


Employer: International Welcome Center

Address: 
5781 Manchester Road, New Franklin OH 44319

Contact:  Christina Hodgkinson ( - 234-229-9267 )

Job Title: Program Coordinator

Requirements for Employment: 

valid driver's license and own transportation, case management and program management experience

Job Description: 


General Purpose
The coordinator will provide short term services to qualified clients through International Welcome Center’s Day 91 services including direct intake and assessment and make appropriate referrals to internal and/or external services. The coordinator will work closely with volunteers to ensure internal services are properly delivered such as meeting urgent resettlement needs, conversational English and providing drivers training.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Oversee the hiring, training, support, supervision, and performance evaluation of direct service staff, including community ambassador and volunteer and events coordinator, with potential for additional direct service staff
• Network and create meaningful partnerships with other service providers in the greater Akron area that will enhance responsiveness to the needs of clients
• Maintain community resource list for staff, clients and volunteers
• Conduct home visits and complete risk and needs assessments for resettlement, English proficiency and readiness for driver’s training
• Follow up on client needs as required by program
• Conduct group trainings and meetings on topics such as cultural competence and English proficiency as needed
• Make appropriate external referrals that meet client’s needs, follow up on the referral to ensure a connection was made and assist with enrollment into various services, as needed
• Coordinate outside services and make communication with outside providers as appropriate
• Oversee, coordinate and manage donations that are gathered and delivered to meet the urgent resettlement needs of clients
• Maintain open, ongoing communication with staff, volunteers, and community partners on behalf of clients in accordance with individual self-sufficiency plans, while honoring confidentiality
• Coordinate volunteers to assist clients in reaching their goals in obtaining appropriate household items, English classes or driving training
• Other duties as assigned
Administrative Functions
• Maintain accurate client data into required databases (e.g. Dynamics)
• Maintain complete and accurate record of contact (Case Notes)
• Communicate directly with client for next steps
• Attend training as required by program director
• Attend training as required by World Relief home office
• Attend meetings hosted by local providers, as requested by executive director
• Assist in program reporting as required by the Executive Director and World Relief
• Participate in cross program meetings
Education and Experience
• Bachelor’s degree in human/social services and/or 2-3 years’ experience in social service case management or program management
• Cross-cultural experience strongly preferred
• Experience working with and organizing volunteers
• Strong written and oral communication is required
• Ability to organize, efficiently document, and routinely update information in various databases
• Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Ability to manage multiple demands and deadlines with flexibility
• Experience with record maintenance and reporting
• Detail-oriented and organized
• Demonstrates initiative, flexibility, and responsibility
• Effective management of stressful or crisis situations
• Competent in the use of Microsoft Office 365
• Must have a valid Ohio driver’s license and be insurable by insurance policies

Application Process:

If interested in applying, please send your letter of interest and resume to Christina@theiwc.org.

Rate of pay and hours per week: $40,000-$45,000/year

Approximate start date: 6/1/2024

Approximate end date: 

Number of positions available:  1

Students in the following areas of study should apply: 

Social Work

Volunteer & Events Coordinator at International Welcome Center

 Volunteer & Events Coordinator at International Welcome Center


Employer: International Welcome Center

Address: 
5781 Manchester Road, New Franklin OH 44319

Contact:  Christina Hodgkinson ( - 2352299267 )

Job Title: Volunteer & Events Coordinator

Requirements for Employment: 

valid driver's driver's license and transportation, eligible to work in the United States, 1-2 years of experience in job related field

Job Description: 

General Purpose
The volunteer & events coordinator recruits, trains and coordinates volunteers to deliver essential services that support IWC clients participating in IWC programs. This position will also be responsible for coordinating special events internally and in the community. The coordinator will work closely with the program coordinator and resettlement case manager to ensure volunteers are properly trained and services are properly delivered.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
• Networks and maintains meaningful connections with local universities, churches, community groups and others to recruit volunteers to fulfill the volunteer needs of the IWC
• Recruits, screens, trains, and supervises an appropriate number of volunteers that support the mission of the International Welcome Center
• Manages and facilitates the volunteer training program, including volunteer interest meetings
• Gathers information about each volunteer’s skills, availability, and goals; matches and schedules volunteers with appropriate opportunities based up on this data
• Regularly communicates with volunteers to ensure placement is a good fit for individuals’ skills and goals
• Maintains files, records, applications, and other data concerning volunteer program
• Plans and coordinates special events internally and in the community
• Other duties as assigned

Administrative Functions
• Maintain accurate files, records, applications, and other data concerning volunteer program
• Attend training as required by program director
• Attend training as required by national office
• Assist in program reporting as required by national office
• Participate in cross program meetings, as requested by the director
Education and Experience
• 1-2 years of experience in job-related field such as non-profit work or managing volunteer programs
• Experience working with and organizing volunteers
• Strong written and oral communication is required
• Ability to organize, efficiently document, and routinely update information in various databases
• Must have a valid Ohio driver’s license and be insurable by insurance policies
• Must clear a background check

Application Process:

If interested in applying, please send your letter of interest and resume to Christina@theiwc.org.

Rate of pay and hours per week: $18-$20/hr up to 30 hours/week

Approximate start date: 6/1/2024

Approximate end date: 

Number of positions available:  1

Students in the following areas of study should apply: 

Communication Arts (Public Relations, Media Production, Theatre, Communication Studies), Social Work

May 31, 2024

Counselor at Balance Counseling and Recovery

 Counselor at Balance Counseling and Recovery


Employer: Balance Counseling and Recovery

Address: 
116 7th St NW Suite 201, North Canton, OH 44720

Contact:  Janet Richards ( - 234-209-9686 )

Job Title: Counselor

Requirements for Employment: 

In process or has completed Master's Degree in Community Counseling.

Job Description: 

We are looking for passionate and dedicated professionals who are committed to making a difference in the lives of individuals struggling with mental health and addiction issues. The ideal candidates for this position are those who possess the following qualifications and attributes:

Educational Background:
Master's degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or a related field.

Licensure:
Licensed or license-eligible in the state of practice (e.g., LPC, LCSW, LMFT).

Experience:
Proven experience in mental health counseling and/or addiction recovery.
Strong understanding of evidence-based therapeutic modalities (e.g., CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing).

Skills and Competencies:
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Empathetic, non-judgmental, and patient-centered approach to care.
Ability to develop and implement individualized treatment plans.
Crisis intervention and support skills.
Capability to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary team environment.
Strong organizational and record-keeping skills.

Professional Attributes:
Commitment to ongoing professional development and staying current with best practices in the field.
Passionate about helping individuals achieve balance and recovery.
Dedication to providing compassionate and comprehensive care.
Ability to educate clients and their families about mental health and addiction.
If you meet these qualifications and are motivated to contribute to a supportive and inclusive environment, we encourage you to apply. Join our team at Balance Counseling and Recovery and help make a positive impact on the lives of our clients.

Who Should Apply:
We are looking for passionate and dedicated professionals who are committed to making a difference in the lives of individuals struggling with mental health and addiction issues. The ideal candidates for this position are those who possess the following qualifications and attributes:

Educational Background:
Master's degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or a related field.
Current students in the process of completing their degree, seeking an internship, are also encouraged to apply.

Licensure:
Licensed or license-eligible in the state of practice (e.g., LPC, LCSW, LMFT).
Interns working towards licensure under supervision.

Experience:
Proven experience in mental health counseling and/or addiction recovery.
Strong understanding of evidence-based therapeutic modalities (e.g., CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing).

Skills and Competencies:
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Empathetic, non-judgmental, and patient-centered approach to care.
Ability to develop and implement individualized treatment plans.
Crisis intervention and support skills.
Capability to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary team environment.
Strong organizational and record-keeping skills.

Professional Attributes:
Commitment to ongoing professional development and staying current with best practices in the field.
Passionate about helping individuals achieve balance and recovery.
Dedication to providing compassionate and comprehensive care.
Ability to educate clients and their families about mental health and addiction.
If you meet these qualifications and are motivated to contribute to a supportive and inclusive environment, we encourage you to apply. Join our team at Balance Counseling and Recovery and help make a positive impact on the lives of our clients. Students currently completing their degrees and seeking valuable internship experience are also welcome to apply, offering a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a supportive setting.

Application Process:

Persons seeking a supportive environment to grow professionally and impact the lives of others. We are currently accepting applications for internships and post graduates.

Rate of pay and hours per week: $18-$30 an hour

Approximate start date: 7/1/2024

Approximate end date: 12/31/2024

Number of positions available:  2

Students in the following areas of study should apply: 

Psychology

Mental Health/Addiction Counselor at Balance Counseling and Recovery

 Mental Health/Addiction Counselor at Balance Counseling and Recovery


Employer: Balance Counseling and Recovery

Address: 
116 7th St NW Suite 201, North Canton, OH 44720

Contact:  Aimee Ek ( - 234-209-9686 )

Job Title: Mental Health/Addiction Counselor

Requirements for Employment: 

-Master's degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or a related field or in process of completing degree for internship opportunities.
-Licensed or license-eligible in the state of practice (e.g., LPC, LCSW, LMFT).
-Proven experience in mental health counseling and/or addiction recovery.
-Strong understanding of evidence-based therapeutic modalities (e.g., CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing).
-Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
-Empathetic, non-judgmental, and patient-centered approach to care.
-Ability to work collaboratively in a team environment.

Job Description: 

Position Overview:
We are seeking a passionate and dedicated Counselor to join our team. As a Counselor at Balance Counseling and Recovery, you will play a crucial role in helping individuals overcome mental health challenges and addiction issues. You will work collaboratively with clients to develop and implement effective treatment plans, provide therapeutic support, and facilitate their journey toward recovery and emotional well-being.

Key Responsibilities:
Conduct comprehensive assessments to understand clients' mental health and substance use issues.
Develop and implement individualized treatment plans based on clients' needs and goals.
Provide individual therapy sessions using evidence-based therapeutic techniques.
Offer crisis intervention and support to clients in immediate need.
Collaborate with a multidisciplinary team, including psychiatrists, social workers, and other healthcare professionals, to ensure holistic care.
Maintain accurate and confidential client records in compliance with legal and ethical standards.
Educate clients and their families about mental health and addiction issues, treatment options, and coping strategies.
Participate in ongoing professional development and training to stay current with best practices in the field.

Application Process:

We are looking for passionate and dedicated professionals who are committed to making a difference in the lives of individuals struggling with mental health and addiction issues. The ideal candidates for this position are those who possess the following qualifications and attributes:

Educational Background:
Master's degree in Counseling, Psychology, Social Work, or a related field.
Current students in the process of completing their degree, seeking an internship, are also encouraged to apply.

Licensure:
Licensed or license-eligible in the state of practice (e.g., LPC, LCSW, LMFT).
Interns working towards licensure under supervision.

Experience:
Proven experience in mental health counseling and/or addiction recovery.
Strong understanding of evidence-based therapeutic modalities (e.g., CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing).

Skills and Competencies:
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
Empathetic, non-judgmental, and patient-centered approach to care.
Ability to develop and implement individualized treatment plans.
Crisis intervention and support skills.
Capability to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary team environment.
Strong organizational and record-keeping skills.

Professional Attributes:
Commitment to ongoing professional development and staying current with best practices in the field.
Passionate about helping individuals achieve balance and recovery.
Dedication to providing compassionate and comprehensive care.
Ability to educate clients and their families about mental health and addiction.
If you meet these qualifications and are motivated to contribute to a supportive and inclusive environment, we encourage you to apply. Join our team at Balance Counseling and Recovery and help make a positive impact on the lives of our clients. Students currently completing their degrees and seeking valuable internship experience are also welcome to apply, offering a great opportunity to gain hands-on experience in a supportive setting.

Rate of pay and hours per week: $18-30hr Flexible hours as little as 10 and up to 40

Approximate start date: 6/1/2024

Approximate end date: n/a

Number of positions available:  2

Students in the following areas of study should apply: 

Psychology, Social Work

May 22, 2024

Director of Youth Ministry at Mayfield United Methodist Church

 Director of Youth Ministry at Mayfield United Methodist Church


Employer: Mayfield United Methodist Church

Address: 
7747 Mayfield Road, Chesterland, OH 44026

Contact:  Rev. Beth Wilterdink ( - 440-729-4006 )

Job Title: Director of Youth Ministry

Requirements for Employment: 

Be a committed Christ-follower engaged in the process of Christian discipleship
Have a faith grounded in God’s grace and love, and seek to grow with others in the community
Pass a background check administered through the church office
Be a team player that works well with other staff
Be on time and prepared for lessons and activities
Connect to the congregation
Teachable and open to constructive criticism
Maintain professional conduct as well as appropriate personal practices and boundaries as found in the employee handbook
Participate in regular performance reviews, including following a 90-day probationary period

Job Description: 

To empower youth (6th-college age) and their families to grow and deepen their walk in Christian discipleship.

Application Process:

Email Rev. Beth Wilterdink- beth@mayfieldchurch.org

Rate of pay and hours per week: $20-$23/hour and 15-20 hour/week

Approximate start date: 6/1/2024

Approximate end date: n/a

Number of positions available:  1

Students in the following areas of study should apply: 

Bible, Theology, Ministry, Education, Exercise Science, Social Work

Resettlement Case Manager at International Welcome Center

 Resettlement Case Manager at International Welcome Center


Employer: International Welcome Center

Address: 
5781 Manchester Road, New Franklin OH 44319

Contact:  Christina Hodgkinson ( - 2342299267 )

Job Title: Resettlement Case Manager

Requirements for Employment: 

Bachelor’s degree and one year experience working in social services; MSW or BSW not
required, but preferred
• Experience with working with cross – cultural experience and/or knowledge of refugee and
immigrant populations with limited English proficiency
• Ability to read, write and speak English is required; bilingual preferred, but not required
• Experience in social services or related fields desired but not required
• Experience working with and organizing volunteers
• Strong written and oral communication is required
• Ability to work a flexible schedule including occasional early mornings, evenings, and/or
weekends
• Highly self-motivated with strong follow-through and ability to work independently
• Adaptable and comfortable working in a fast-paced environment
• Strong organizational skills and ability to maintain detailed, accurate records
• Strong mediation and problem-solving skills
• Direct-service experience with vulnerable populations preferred
• Understanding of social service provision in the Greater Akron community
• Comfortable working in a team environment

Job Description: 

This position has responsibility for providing case management primarily to newly arriving refugee and immigrant families, including providing initial resettlement services, ongoing cultural adjustment support, orientations, referrals, and mediation services. The Case Manager will work closely with community organizations, churches, landlords, and service providers to promote successful community integration. This position is based in Akron/Barberton and requires visits to refugee families primarily in Akron/Barberton.

•Coordinate services, staff, volunteers, and vehicles to pick up new refugee families upon arrival at the airport
• Receive new refugee arrivals at the airport and assist their adjustment to their new home
• Ensure provision of timely and appropriate services to newly arriving refugee families during
their first 90 days post-arrival in accordance with program guidelines. Service provision includes:
o Secure and prepare housing for refugee clients prior to their arrival in the U.S.
o Provide initial and on-going orientations to life in the United States as well as assist in
creating an initial budget pre- and post-employment
o Ensure that clients promptly receive health screenings, enroll in public aid benefits,
receive necessary documentation, secure internet access, obtain clothing & household
items, and are enrolled in English classes
o Conduct home visits and assessments with refugee families
o Conduct additional screenings and follow-up evaluations for cases with minors traveling
alone
• Conduct comprehensive assessment with each refugee, develop individual service plans, and facilitate connections to appropriate services
• Ensure continued provision of appropriate services to immigrant families following their initial resettlement
• Provide education/orientation to clients around paying housing and utility bills and connect
clients to financial resources when appropriate
• Provide mediation services between refugees and outside entities (i.e., neighbors, landlords, volunteers, service providers, etc.)

Application Process:

Email your resume and letter of interest to Christina@theiwc.org

Rate of pay and hours per week: $37,000 - $45,000/yr; 40 hours per week

Approximate start date: 6/1/2024

Approximate end date: n/a

Number of positions available:  1

Students in the following areas of study should apply: 

Global and International Studies, Social Work

May 21, 2024

Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor

 Available Full-Time Positions at

Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities (OOD)

 

We are currently seeking a variety of positions to help support our mission of empowering Ohioans with disabilities through employment, disability determinations, and independence. Open positions include hybrid potential and comprehensive benefits.

 

The following open positions have a deadline to apply of May 28th, 2024.

 

The following open positions have a deadline to apply of May 29th, 2024.

 

These positions are headquartered in multiple locations throughout the state of Ohio. 

The working hours are Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., subject to management’s discretion.

For external applicants to apply, please click on the position’s hyperlink or follow the steps listed below to search and apply.

 

To search and apply for job openings within our agency, please follow these steps:

 

External applicants:

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In addition to full-time job openings, we’re seeking medical providers and psychologists to conduct independent consultive exams of Social Security disability claimants.

 

A team of professionals reviews each applicant’s medical and work history to determine whether applicants meet federal medical eligibility criteria for disability and blindness.

 

A licensed psychological (Ph.D. or Psy.D., PMHNP) or medical (MD, DO, NP, PA) credential in Ohio is required. Learn more and submit your information here.

May 17, 2024

Sale Associate at Lori Sarrica

 Sale Associate at Lori Sarrica


Employer: Lori Sarrica

Address: 
4679 Dressler Rd. NW Canton OH, 44718

Contact:  Alexis ( - 3304922826 )

Job Title: Sale Associate

Requirements for Employment: 

We are looking for customer service experience, retail sales experience, and minor computer experience.

Job Description: 

We are small owned business that Provides Healthcare Scrubs, Shoes, and Accessories.

Application Process:

lori@uniformplace.com

Rate of pay and hours per week: $13.00 an hour we are looking for 10-15 hours a week

Approximate start date: 5/15/2024

Approximate end date: n/a

Number of positions available:  2

Students in the following areas of study should apply: 

Accounting, Chemistry, Creative Writing, Education, Exercise Science, Nursing, Psychology, Social Work

May 14, 2024

Youth Pastor at Abundant Life Baptist Church

 Youth Pastor at Abundant Life Baptist Church


Employer:  albcsearchcommittee@gmail.com 

Address: 269 Cameron Road Washington, PA 15301

Contact:   albcsearchcommittee@gmail.com 

Job Title: Youth Pastor

Purpose of Youth Pastor: To introduce, lead, and encourage junior high and high school youth (grades 7-12) to have a personal relationship with Christ, discipling them in God's word, and teaching them to reach out in God's love, while equipping and sending them out to minister to the world around them

Job Summary: This position will be responsible to the senior pastor for the overall development and implementation of reaching and discipling students of Abundant Life Baptist Church. This position will prepare and teach weekly Bible study for the students. In addition, the youth pastor will plan, organize, and schedule regular outreach events. This position will also be responsible for planning and implementing regular ministry activities.

Duties:  Develop with core leaders vision for descaling and reaching students for Jesus

-Coordinate with other Church ministries for cooperation

- Preparing and teaching Sunday morning to the youth

- Planning and implementing mid-week outreach service, aimed at bringing in youth from the community 

- Preparing a lesson for a weekly Bible study with the purpose of sharing the Gospel using issues that students face daily

- Coordinate a youth missions trip including an effective way of training the students for missions prior to the trip

- Coordinate monthly/ quarterly outreach events to establish relationships with the youth community

- Organize and distribute a monthly calendar of events  to inform students and parents of upcoming events

- Develop relationships with students and parents

- Schedule occasional meetings with youth workers to evaluate the group

- Develop Youth program budget

- Other responsibilities deemed necessary by senior pastor  

Application Process: 

         Submit and interest email and your resume to albcsearchcommittee@gmail.com 

Rate of pay and hours per week: 

          4 days a week: 8:30am to 4:00pm

                - Out of office meeting students

               - Attending school functions

        In addition to the work hours the youth pastor will attend the following:

  • Sunday morning youth gathering
  • Sunday morning Church service
  • Various Sunday evening events and ministries
  • Mid-week hours event each month following 
  • One Friday/Saturday "Big Event" each month

Approximate start date: n/a

Approximate end date: n/a

Number of positions available: 1

Students in the following areas of study should apply: 

Bible, Bible and Theology, Education, Ministry, Theology,

May 10, 2024

Remote Internship through The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges (OFIC)

 Remote Internship through The Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges (OFIC)

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Employer:  Melanie Garrabrant <garrabrant@ofic.org>

AddressThe Point at Otterbein (Suite 107)

60 Collegeview Rd, Westerville, OH 43081

Contact:  614-469-1950 & garrabrant@ofic.org.

Job Title: Remote Internship

Requirements for Employment: 

1) Pursuit of a degree in business, human resources, communication, marketing, or public relations.

Students pursuing any major or who are undecided are also welcome to apply if their skills and interest align

with the internship.

2) Clear and concise written and verbal communication skills.

3) Be comfortable and confident when interacting with others, good interpersonal skills.

4) Possess strong technology skills with a willingness to learn new systems and tools.

5) Proficiency in gathering, organizing, assessing, and reporting data.

Job Description:

We are seeking a part-time intern to work fully online to assist and support the Manager of Business Partnerships and the OFIC Strategic Plan, with emphasis on Talent for Ohio. The successful candidate will be able to work collaboratively and independently online and manage their time effectively to complete the work responsibilities outlined below.

Responsibilities

1) Assist with in person and online OFIC career events: planning, promotion, registration, communication,

materials, attendance (if able), gather post event feedback and review.

2) Investigate internship and career connection opportunities with OFIC business partners, as well as identify

corporate leads for future career connection opportunities.

3) Collaborate with Manager of Business Partnerships and marketing team to assist with development of OFIC

Insider (monthly newsletter) and social media content to foster increased awareness of OFIC and encourage

enhanced engagement from member campus staff, faculty, and students, as well as business and industry

leaders.

4) Assist in developing, implementing, monitoring, and reporting on utilization of online career readiness and

internship resources offered to OFIC member campuses and corporations.


Application Process:  

Students should send me a brief email to introduce themselves and share why they are interested in the position and attach their resume: garrabrant@ofic.org.


Rate of pay and hours per week: 10-15 hours per week (flexible) $20 per hour

Approximate start date:  Early summer

Approximate end date: can be extended into fall, and spring semester.

Number of positions available: 

Students in the following areas of study should apply:  business, human resources, communication, marketing, or public relations