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Wine and Design

Location: Williamsport, PA

Job Title: Art Instructor

Contact Information:

Williamsport Wine and Design franchise is looking for local artists to teach adults and children step-by-step instructions for acrylic paintings. Artist is required to come in to the studio or pick up the supplies at least one hour before each party, to prepare any canvas, drive to the location, and to set-up painting supplies for the guest. Parties are held at the studio location, local bars and restaurants, and at the guest private location. Artist is to instruct a two-hour painting class while engaging with the guest and assisting them in anyway possible to ensure they enjoy their paintings. Cleaning up after the party to keep the studio looking professional as well as set up for the next day’s events. Cleaning up our art supplies to help the Host of the private parties. Class hours are typically 5pm-9pm but private parties and children events require some day time hours. Weekends are a busy time for our studio. Artists are required to hand in one original concept painting per month that becomes the property of Wine & Design. Some computer skills are needed to use our reservation system.

 

Please send in your resume and three examples of your artwork to williamsport@wineanddesignus.com.

            Contact Jodi Rakoski, Studio Owner, at 570-846-0993 for more information.

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Date Posted: 4/23/2014 12:00:00 AM

ScribAmerica

Location: Williamsport, PA

Job Title: Medical Scribe

Contact Information:   Our company is currently looking to recruit students to work as Scribes in the Emergency Department at Williamsport Regional Medical Center in Williamsport, PA. The scribe will work one on one with board certified emergency physicians assisting with documentation for each patient evaluated by the doctor.  It is an exceptional opportunity for any student interested in medicine to gain first-hand experience following a physician in an emergency department setting. The role of a scribe is to closely collaborate with their assigned ER physician by documenting the history of each patient evaluated, the doctor’s physical examination, the results of laboratory/radiological studies ordered, and the eventual diagnosis and disposition.  Becoming a scribe provides the student with first rate exposure to medical terminology, disease processes, emergency procedures, medications, and the medical decision making process performed by ER physicians. This job is not for everyone; the complexity of the material and fast-paced environment necessitate that only the sharpest and most motivated students succeed as a scribe.  We are looking for dependable and hard working employees that have a desire for an eventual career in medicine, or are interested in learning more about careers in medicine.  There are multiple shifts, both day and night and each shift consists of following a single physician, usually lasting 8-12 hours. It is expected that each scribe can commit to 2 shifts per week for at least 1 year. Paid classroom & clinical training is provided. The training is extensive and intense. Each employee will have multiple training sessions both in the classroom and the emergency department during which we teach the flow of the emergency room, extensive medical terminology, and appropriate medical/legal documentation. There is a flyer attached to this email providing more information about the positions and how to apply.  We would greatly appreciate it if you would take the time to forward this email to any of your students that are interested in careers in medicine, or any students with an interest in learning more about medicine.    This is a unique and exciting opportunity that has demonstrated itself to be excellent experience for students preparing for careers in medicine.  Our past employees that excelled as scribes have gone on to receive outstanding evaluations in their clinical trials and residencies. For more information you may also visit our website www.scribeamerica.com.  Please contact me if you have any questions about our program.

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Date Posted: 3/31/2014 12:00:00 AM

Ashler Manor

Location: Muncy, PA

Job Title: Lifeguard

Contact Information:

 

 

 

I am contacting you again this year on behalf of Ashler Manor, a non-profit program for adolescent females in Muncy, PA.  Our program serves adolescent females that have placed into care though the court system.  Our facility has a small in ground salt water pool available for our residents to use during the summer months.   As we are a licensed facility we are required to have a certified lifeguard on duty while the residents are swimming. 

Lifeguard

Employment Opportunity  

Certified Lifeguard needed for private pool in Muncy.  6 days/24 hour per week minimum.  Afternoons 1-5 pm June 9-August 22, 2014.  Position requires that candidate is willing to obtain valid State Police, Child Abuse, and FBI clearances.

 

Please forward resume to:

 

 

 

or fax to 570-546-3198.

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Date Posted: 3/31/2014 12:00:00 AM

Upward Bound

Location: Loretto, PA

Job Title: Tutor/Counselor

Contact Information:

The Upward Bound Program at Saint Francis University, Loretto, PA is seeking qualified male

and female applicants to filItutor counselor positions for a six week residential summer program

for 70 high school students. Job responsibilities include tutoring, counseling, and supervising

high school students in the residence halls, as well as conducting recreational activities. A

$2,200 salary in addition to room and board is provided; this position may also serve as an

internship. Candidates should be current college students or recent college graduates who have

shown a commitment to higher education and are interested in wotking with teenagers.

Minimum Q.P.A. of 3.0 required, Experience working with ddolescents desired.

For more information, contact:

Upward Bound Program

Saint Francis University

Loretto, PA 15940-0600

Application Deadline: Friday, March 14th A.A./E.O.E.

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Date Posted: 3/4/2014 12:00:00 AM

Full-Time

Camp Lohikan

Location: The Beautiful Pocono Mountains

Job Title: Summer Camp- LOTS of positions

Contact Information:

400+ Summer Camp
Jobs Available!

Online Application - Click here!

Camp Lohikan is currently recruiting college students, teachers, coaches, medical professionals and other support personnel for over 400 summer camp staff positions available at Camp Lohikan, Lake Greeley Camp and Camp Cayuga. All 3 summer camps are top-rated, coed residential summer camps located in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. Click Here for more info. If you are an outgoing, friendly individual; a strong positive role model for children; and enjoy working with kids - we strongly encourage you to complete an employment application! Positions include: General Cabin Counselors, Activity Instructors for over 65 daily activities, Assistant Instructors, Activity Department Heads, Division Directors, Evening Program Staff, Special Events Staff, Tripping Staff, Medical Staff, Kitchen Staff, Maintenance Staff, Driving Staff and other support staff positions.  

Dates

Our camp season starts Sunday, June 29, 2014 and ends Thursday, August 21, 2014. Our Staff Orientation starts Sunday, June 22nd, 2014. We also have camp employment available before and after our summer camp season.  Applications for year-round internships are also accepted.  Call Mitch at 908-470-9317 for more details.  

Benefits

We pay the best salary in camping! Travel allowance is also available. Room, board and laundry service is provided. You'll be working with the best staff in camping. Lohikan recruits coed staff members from across the United States and abroad. Days-off, nights-off and daily time-off periods are scheduled throughout the summer. College credits may be available for your summer responsibilities. You'll cherish this summer experience for the rest of your life! It's the best! Click here for more benefits.

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Date Posted: 4/2/2014 12:00:00 AM

Camp Winadu

Location: Pittsfield, Massachusetts

Job Title: Athletics Instructors and Counselors

Contact Information: A typical cabin set up at Winadu has 8-12 boys (depending on age) living with 2-3 staff members. The cabins are modern, but staff must understand that they will be physically in the same room as a group of campers during the summer so that privacy is at a minimum. Counselors arrive prior to camp for orientation, a program where staff learn the "ins and outs" of Winadu. During this time staff are assigned to the age group and cabin unit where they will live during the summer. This is also a time when counselors are given many tools and ideas to use when dealing with camper issues during the summer. Most counselors at Winadu have dual roles. They are counselors living in cabins with the boys and specialists teaching in one or more of our activity areas. Counselors work under two distinct supervisors, the Group Leader, who oversees all aspects of a particular age group, and the Area Head, who oversees the activity area in which a counselor is teaching. Our Group Leaders and Area Heads are teachers and coaches who have tremendous experience working with kids. They provide their staff with a wonderful set of resources for dealing with problems. Counselors must come to Winadu with a true love of children, a high level of patience and a solid work ethic. Working with kids is one of the greatest experiences in the world and comes with tremendous rewards. However, working with children can also bring stress and frustration. Staff members must understand that kids don't always say what they mean and since they are away from their parents, they will, at times, express their frustrations toward you, the staff member (authority figure). Working at Winadu can give you a great feeling of satisfaction as you help kids grow, but this comes only with a lot of hard work.   https://winadu.campintouch.com/ui/forms/application/staff/App

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Date Posted: 3/25/2014 12:00:00 AM

Department of Public Safety

Location: Williamsport, PA

Job Title: 911 Telecommunicator

Contact Information: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY   Telecommunicator I   General Description: The Telecommunicator I is involved with the protection of life and property, law enforcement, public health and safety and other functions requiring a high degree of trust and conhdence. This position receives and dispatches calls for public safety agencies based upon department policy. The employee is responsible for evaluating information received from the general public and public safety agencies and initiates the appropriate action, as well as any follow-up action that is required, per standard operating procedure. The Telecommunicator I is under the supervision of the Telecommunicator II. This employee works all shifts which includes nights, weekends, holidays, and overtime as required.

SPECIFIC DUTIES:

  • Must be skilled in the operation of all positions of a multi-channel radio communications console. Required to follow Standard Operating Procedures for police, fire, emergency services, and other related agencies.
  • Responsible for leaming proper phone techniques to acquire information from callers with emergency incidents.
  • Must be able to evaluate the contents of all calls and determine appropriate public safety agency to
            dispatch.
  • Dispatches appropriate public safety personnel to the scene of a criminal incident, a medical or fire emergency situation in both Lycoming and Sullivan Counties and a portion of Clinton County.
  • Maintains the status of public safety agencies to indicate units as responding, on the scene, available for service, etc., and maintain radio discipline during peak activity.
  • Must maintain a professional attitude in all areas of work.
  • Maintains accurate records of all dispatch actions on incident memo cards and the daily activity logs.
  • Information recorded is used by police and fire investigators and introduced as evidence for both criminal and civil proceedings.
  • Operates various equipment in the Communications Center: Communications consoles, logger recorders, encoders, data communications terminals, and numerous computers (in-house, Pennsylvania State Police terminal, CRT console).
  • Performs periodic test transmissions and station identifications as required by the Federal Communications Commission.
  • Performs paging service for various public safety and county agencies.
  • Participates in emergency exercises involving hazardous materials, mass casualty incidents, flooding, etc.
  • Must be able to react to major emergency situations, especially those out of the ordinary, to take the appropriate actions as needed until additional staff and administrative personnel respond to the Center.
  • Performs special projects as required. Some are on-going, others are short-term.

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Date Posted: 3/12/2014 12:00:00 AM