Self-motivated route driver services and maintains vending machines while being a team player, reliable with excellent merchandising and customer service skills when forming relationships with customers. NY Driver’s License and NYS Prison Clearance required. Position requires loading/unloading and delivery of product. Safety issues/procedures including lifting will be observed at all times. Will fill and service cold food, snacks, beverage max glass front and 20 oz., coffee, along with bulk changer servicing recording all required information pertinent to maintaining facts/figures for these machines and customers. Electronic and mechanical experience will be beneficial when trained to do minor repairs on coin machines and validators. Vending equipment malfunctions will be recorded on Wunderlist or reported to office immediately.
Training will include procedures for security of vehicle, cash, nickel bag, handheld device, refunds, product and sandwich ordering, handling of perishable product, health control understanding and cleaning of machines and ovens. Employee will be responsible for Company property at all times, including appearance in clean, presentable uniforms and footwear which must always be worn on the job.
Benefits include uniforms maintained by employee, comprehensive salary, health insurance, paid vacation, paid holidays, simple IRA and direct deposit.
Work week is Monday – Friday with rotating weekends.
Job Location: Seneca Falls, New York
Pay: Starting pay not specified.
Benefits: Health Insurance, Vacation, Holidays, Retirement/Pension, Clothing/Uniform Allow
Minimum Education Required: GED
Driver Licenses, Including Endorsements: Class D (Operator)
An Employment Application can be obtained through Seneca County Workforce Development and Youth Bureau. Please contact John Vrabel at 315.539.1904 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
FINGER LAKES WORKS ANNOUNCES “SKILLUP® FINGER LAKES”, A FREE PROGRAM PROVIDING OVER 5,000 ONLINE JOB SKILLS COURSES TO LOCAL RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES IN ONTARIO, SENECA, WAYNE AND YATES COUNTIES
In an effort to both increase the skills of the region’s workforce and provide residents with tools to train for new job opportunities, Finger Lakes Works has initiated its “SkillUp® Finger Lakes” program. All eligible residents can take classes, explore career pathways and even prepare for various industry-recognized certifications, all for free and all from home.
Through an online portal, Finger Lakes Works is providing free access to over 5,000 courses from Skillsoft, a nationally recognized training provider of workplace, business, technical and IT courses.
Whether they are looking for a first job, a new job or to advance in their chosen field, residents can take advantage of this career enhancing training. SkillUp® Finger Lakes delivers flexible, self-paced learning that can be accessed from anywhere with a high-speed internet connection, 24/7. Users will complete a self-assessment of their skills, identify any skill gaps, and automatically receive recommended courses to remediate those gaps. Job-seekers can train in essential workplace skills, study job interview talking points and search for employment opportunities nationwide.
Available topics include Microsoft Office, Effective Customer Service, Project Management, Leadership, Critical Thinking, CompTIA, and many more.
To enroll online, learners can visit http://fingerlakes.skillupamerica.org/.
For those who need assistance, or if you are interested in additional career services, please visit one of the Finger Lakes Works Career Centers.
Local businesses can take advantage of SkillUp® Finger Lakes for new hire training. Custom curricula can be developed pertinent to a particular employer or industry. Businesses can also access the platform’s employer portal to identify skilled candidates or list their job openings. Interested employers can contact Michael Woloson at Finger Lakes Works Business Services at email@example.com or 315-789-3131 ext. 103.
“Through SkillUp® Finger Lakes, our workforce board can serve a significantly larger portion of our community and enhance our overall career services offering,” said Executive Director of Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board Karen A. Springmeier. “In addition, we are providing the tools necessary to upskill our local workforce and increase the pool of qualified candidates to support our existing and potential local businesses.”
Rochester Job Fair
Wednesday, November 20 ■ 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Arnett Library ■ 310 Arnett Blvd, Rochester, NY 14619
More than 200 available jobs from the following companies!
■ Monroe County Civil Service & Human Services ■ Renewal Services of Rochester
■ University of Rochester Public Safety ■ Action for a Better Community
■ Gleason Works ■ Ever Dry Waterproofing ■ Primerica ■ Living Well Companion Care
■ Rochester Psychiatric Center ■ Alliance Precision Plastics ■ Arc of Monroe
Resources to Build Your Workforce
“It’s About Talent – Hiring Workers with Disabilities”
Thursday, December 5, 2019 – 9:00am – 10:30am
Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board
41 Lewis Street, Geneva, NY
Preparing for the Workforce of Tomorrow- consider how upcoming demographic and disability trends could impact business and the workplace. Learn about Worker Retention services and tie in accommodations and assistive technology resources.
There are many benefits to businesses by providing accommodations: increase in employee productivity, retaining valuable employees, diversity of the business, increase of customer base, and eliminates costs associated with training new employees.
About the Presenter:
Jennifer Geiger M.S., C.R.C.
Business Relations Representative
This is a partnership with ACCES-VR and the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board. The program is provided at no cost. Individuals must register by e-mailing FLWIB@fingerlakesworks.com.
(Please put “December 5th, 2019 Workshop” in subject line.)
Please include name, title, employer, and phone number. You will be sent confirmation of your registration.
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION: TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 2019