Congratulations to Board Member Sarah (Martini) Eighmey and her family on the 30th Anniversary of Anthony Road Wine Company. Cheers to 30 years!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Seneca County Workforce Development and Youth Bureau/Finger Lakes Works-Seneca
Our Doors are Opening to Serve You!
WATERLOO, NY. September 9, 2020 – The Seneca County Career Center – Workforce Development and Youth Bureau located at 1 DiPronio Drive, Waterloo, NY will safely reopen and resume operations on September 14, 2020. COVID-19 protocols have been put on place to ensure your safety and the safety of staff.
The Career Center will be open Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 5 p.m. by appointment for Seneca County residents. Residents are highly encouraged call 315-539-1800 to schedule their appointment. Residents not making an appointment risk not being seen due to COVID-19 room occupancy restrictions.
All Workforce customers will be greeted and welcomed at the Department of Social Services Reception Area located on the 2nd floor.
Businesses are asked to continue to call 315-539-1904 regarding business services.
Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES will continue to support our adult learners interested in their High School Equivalency (HSE; TASC/GED). Please contact the instructor at 315-573-0893.
Please visit www.co.seneca.ny.us/gov/services/workforce/ to access our current local and regional job leads, and sign-up for our weekly Job Leads and Services Newsletter at email@example.com to stay informed.
We thank you for allowing Workforce to serve you remotely during the crises.
Seneca County Workforce Development and Youth Bureau is a Certified New Your State Career Center.
Authorized by the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act of 2014, the System is founded on the principles of universal access, streamlined services, customer choice, client satisfaction, performance accountability, and continuous improvement. It is demand-driven, focusing on businesses as well as job seekers. It embodies the One-Stop concept bringing information about access to employment, education and training to a single location.
Tracy L. VanVleck, Commissioner
Seneca County Division of Human Services
The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board is seeking a dynamic leader to become its next Executive Director. Our search, begun earlier this year, was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. We are looking for an individual with expertise in Federal, New York State and local labor regulations, especially those pertaining to the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act. All those interested should apply. Candidates who applied during our earlier search and are still interested in the position are encouraged to re-apply.
Qualified candidates should possess:
5+ years of experience in Workforce and/or Economic Development or Human Services.
Proven leadership, management and organizational skills.
Hands-on strategic planning and execution experience.
Comprehensive experience working in a Board-driven setting.
Well-established financial and contract administration skills.
Understanding of local and state workforce challenges.
Initiate and maintain partnerships in for-profit, non-profit and government sectors.
Ability to transform workforce metrics into actionable goals.
Excellent communication, presentation, writing and verbal skills.
Bachelor’s Degree in a related field is desirable.
Must live in or be willing to move to the 4 county area consisting of Ontario, Seneca, Wayne and Yates counties.
A background check will be required.
A full job description may be found here.
Applications will be accepted until October 1, 2020
Please forward resume and cover letter to:
Michael Rusinko, Search Committee Chair Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board
Finger Lakes Works in partnership with Finger Lakes Community College and
Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES present the virtual workshop:
When: Thursday, September 24th Time: 1:30 pm
Where: This will be a Zoom meeting presentation.
To register log onto https://cutt.ly/SeptInterviewWebinar
Deadline for registration is September 23, 2020. Once you register you will receive log–on directions.
What: Participants will learn the basics of interviewing including how to prepare to make an impression on your future boss.
Presenter Mary Gratton, a member of Workforce & Career Solutions with Finger Lakes Community College has over fifteen years’ experience helping people with their education and career goals. Mary coordinates and case manages Healthcare Programs and non-credit online programs. In addition, develops and teaches customized workshops and courses to meet the needs of students and businesses. Prior to joining the college, she worked for Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES Adult Education Department.
For assistance e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Henkel, formerly Zotos, recently announced the name change and an investment in their Geneva plant of over 17 million. To support new lines, which will contribute about 45 to 55 percent of total production at the Geneva facility, the company will be creating 180 new jobs at the plant. The company’s facility, acquired by Henkel in 2018, will also be re-branded from Zotos Professional to Henkel to reflect the expansion of its operations beyond professional hair care products to supply essential products like antibacterial soap and hand sanitizers.
Henkel is hosting a drive-thru job fair on Tuesday, Sept. 22 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Henkel Geneva site, 300 Forge Ave. The company said the drive-thru style is to “respect social distancing, as job seekers will not need to get out of their car. Resumes can be handed to recruiters, and job applications will be accepted onsite with the use of tablets.”
The company is recruiting for a variety of manufacturing professional roles. Interested candidates can also find the roles posted on Indeed.com and search for Henkel jobs.