Village of NB Help Wanted – Street Laborer

Included is road maintenance, park maintenance, signage, mowing, snow plowing, and other related areas.

 

North Baltimore is a historic family-friendly community located in northwest Ohio about 15 miles south of Bowling Green and 12 miles north of Findlay, Ohio.  The Village is currently recruiting and accepting applications for the following position in the Department of Public Works: 

  • Street Laborer
    • A Street Laborer is responsible for the operation of a variety of construction and maintenance equipment and for performing manual labor activities as needed and/or required by the Department Supervisor. Included are road maintenance, park maintenance, signage, mowing, snow plowing, and other related areas.
    • Qualifications include, but are not limited to, experience as a general laborer, ability to operate heavy equipment, and obtaining a Class B CDL. Must be able to pass a background check and be subject to periodic drug and alcohol screening.

Interested applicants can pick up an employment application at 205 N. Main St. in North Baltimore or by contacting administrative staff at (419) 257 2394.   

A properly completed application, with references, must be submitted to Village Administrator at the Village of North Baltimore, 205 North Main Street, North Baltimore, Ohio 45872 or via email at: nbadmin@northbaltimore.net.

WCCOA Job Posting – Site Manager – Part-Time

Must have a proven record of working with older adults. 

WCCOA Job Posting
Site Manager
 (Part Time)

Site Manager for the Wood County Committee on Aging is a 20-25 hour per week position. Duties include: manage daily operations and services of site; develop, schedule and facilitate activities; completion of all documentation and reports; maintain compliance with all standards.

Qualifications:

Degree in Gerontology, Social Work, Recreation, Business preferred, or equivalent experience in lieu of degree. Must possess strong organizational skills and must function independently. Be proficient in Microsoft Office (all components). Be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds.

Must have a proven record of working with older adults.  Be eligible for bonding and insurable under agency policy.  Possess a valid Ohio Driver’s license with proof of auto insurance. Meet the requirements contained in Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) 173-3-06.6 (B)(3). Must successfully complete background check.

 Applications available at WCCOA, 140 South Grove Street, Bowling Green, Ohio. Downloadable format available at www.wccoa.net  

Completed applications must be accompanied by current resume and returned to the Manager of Human Resources. 

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 

The Wood County Committee on Aging, a non-profit organization, is an Equal Opportunity Employer

WCCOA Job Posting – Medical Escort Driver (Full Time)

Medical Escort Driver for the Wood County Committee on Aging is a 40 hour per week position

WCCOA Job Posting

Medical Escort Driver (Full Time)

Medical Escort Driver for the Wood County Committee on Aging is a 40 hour per week position. Duties include: transporting older adults to and from medical appointments, assisting clients with scheduling of appointments, and maintaining up-to-date client records.

Qualifications:

High school diploma or GED equivalent. Must be proficient with basic computer use including Microsoft Office. Must possess proven organizational skills and be able to work independently or as an active team member. Minimum of 5 years driving experience with no moving citations/violations.

 Must have a proven record of working with older adults.  Be eligible for bonding and insurable under agency policy.  Possess a valid Ohio Driver’s license with proof of auto insurance. Meet the requirements contained in Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) 173-3-06.6 (B)(3). Must successfully complete background check.

Applications available at WCCOA, 140 S. Grove Street, Bowling Green, Ohio. Downloadable format available at www.wccoa.net   Completed applications must be accompanied by current resume and returned to the Manager of Human Resources.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

 The Wood County Committee on Aging, a non-profit organization, is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Grant Provides Scholarships for Mercy College Certificate Programs

Certificates offer faster access to the workforce

 

Grant Provides Scholarships for Mercy College Certificate Programs- Certificates offer faster access to the workforce

(April 22, 2021) – For those who need to find a job with family-sustaining wages–including those whose employment was impacted by the COVID pandemic–time is of the essence.  They need to get into a new career, but they won’t survive financially through a degree program.

Healthcare certificate programs are the answer. And the road just got easier at Mercy College.

A Choose Ohio First (COF) $458,713.50 grant from the Ohio Department of Higher Education will provide scholarships that cover up to 80% of the tuition for Mercy College of Ohio’s Community Health Worker, Ophthalmic Assistant (eye assistant), Polysomnographic Technologist (sleep technologist), and Paramedic certificate programs over the next five years. Healthcare certificates are short-term programs that prepare students for specific careers in just a few semesters. ??

Tim Depinet, MPH, RT(N), CNMT, Director, Allied Health Certificate Programs, says “These scholarships greatly reduce the financial barrier many face when pursuing education. Healthcare certificates are a great choice for those eager to enter the workforce who don’t have time for a degree program”. “Mercy College’s accelerated certificate programs allow an individual to get started in a healthcare career in a short period of time,” he adds.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Healthcare Support and Healthcare Practitioners and Technical occupational categories comprise 6.5% of employment in Toledo, Ohio, substantially higher than the national average of 5.9%. Students who complete these programs will enter a growing workforce paying family-sustaining wages.

“Certificate programs are a key component of Mercy College’s strategic plan, and the Choose Ohio First scholarships will provide critical resources to help us attract and retain students, especially those from underrepresented and disadvantaged backgrounds. We are thrilled to offer this support to students,” said President, Susan Wajert, PhD.

To be eligible for a COF scholarship students must be an Ohio resident, complete a Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and apply or already be enrolled in one of the approved certificate programs.

For more information about the certificate scholarships visit www.mercycollege.edu.

WC Historical Seeking Applicants: Administrative Assistant

The Wood County Historical Society seeks a part-time Administrative Assistant to provide administrative support and good customer service in order to maintain daily museum operations.

 

The Wood County Historical Society seeks a part-time Administrative Assistant to provide administrative support and good customer service in order to maintain daily museum operations.

Pay rate is $13 – $15 per hour depending on experience and qualifications.

Application deadline is April 7, 2021.

Complete job description and qualifications can be found at http://www.woodcountyhistory.org

Applications should include a one-page letter of intent and interest, a current resume, and three reference contacts.

Paper and electronic PDF submissions accepted.

Send to:

Wood County Museum
ATTN: WCHS Search Committee
13660 County Home Rd.
Bowling Green, OH 43402

E-mailed PDF submissions should be sent to museum@woodcountyhistory.org
with “Search Committee” in the subject line.

BROWN, PORTMAN REQUEST JUDICIAL APPLICATIONS FOR U.S. DISTRICT COURT VACANCIES

Senators Will Recommend Names to Biden Administration to Fill Three Judicial Vacancies in the Northern District of Ohio….

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. –U.S. Sens. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Rob Portman (R-OH) are calling for applications to fill three judicial vacancies for the U.S. District Courts for the Northern District of Ohio. U.S. District Courts are general trial courts that hear both civil and criminal cases. U.S. District Court judges are nominated by the President of the United States and must be confirmed by the U.S. Senate. Brown and Portman work together to recommend names to the Biden Administration. Their efforts are aided by a bipartisan judicial advisory commission whose members are chosen by both senators to review applications and make recommendations to the Senators. Candidates who are interested in filling the vacancies should submit their applications using the links below by Tuesday, March 16, 2021.

·       U.S. District Court Applications can be downloaded here, and must be emailed to Ohio_Judicial_Applications@brown.senate.gov by Tuesday, March 16, 2021.

“Ohio is home to some of our nation’s legal minds and professionals,” said Brown. “As we work with the Biden administration to fill these judicial vacancies, we are looking for experienced candidates with a commitment to equal justice and who have been involved in their communities. I urge Ohioans of all backgrounds to submit their application to serve on the U.S. District Court.”

 “Ohio is home to some of the best and brightest of the legal field,” said Portman. “I am confident that the bipartisan commission will evaluate applications thoughtfully to help us recommend the best people possible to the President.”

The senators’ recommendations for judicial vacancies will be based on advice from the selection commission, which will include a diverse group from Ohio’s legal community. Each applicant must complete an extensive questionnaire, financial disclosure form, and leading candidates will interview with the commission. After interviews are completed, the commission will make recommendations to the senators.  

The Northern District of Ohio has court locations in Akron, Cleveland, Toledo, and Youngstown and serves approximately 5.9 million citizens of the 40 northernmost counties in Ohio. 

ODOT offering free online Unmanned Aircraft Systems knowledge courses

Today, 1.7 million drones are registered with the Federal Aviation Administration. However, only about 208,000 pilots are certified to fly them.

 

Drone


COLUMBUS – The number of drones in the United State has exploded in the past decade. Today, 1.7 million drones are registered with the Federal Aviation Administration. However, only about 208,000 pilots are certified to fly them.

The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is proud to announce FREE e-learning courses that provide the fundamental knowledge needed in preparing for the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Remote Pilot Certification Exam.

This is a great place to start for individuals that currently fly as a hobby or would like to fly UAS for work-related applications.

Becoming a certified pilot will provide the knowledge and background needed to safely fly drones and open the door to so many opportunities. UAS remote pilots utilize their skills in performing work such as surveying and inspections of property, roads, bridges, buildings, and telecommunications structures. They can do filmmaking, photography, homeland security, and more!

There are currently job opportunities all over Ohio where companies are looking for UAS pilots to join their team.

Interested persons can access the courses through the Ohio Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP) website learning.transportation.ohio.gov.

After completing the FREE e-learning courses, participants will be well prepared to take the certification exam. ODOT is providing this information for individuals and those looking to expand their businesses capabilities.

If you have any questions about the FREE e-learning courses, please feel free to contact Ohio LTAP at ltap@dot.ohio.gov or 1.877.800.0031.

Dewine Confirms UPS Coming to Henry Twp.

… expects to create 606 full-time positions, generating $27.7 million in new annual payroll.

 

 

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted today announced the approval of assistance for 16 projects set to create 4,183 new jobs and retain 1,051 jobs statewide.

During its monthly meeting, the Ohio Tax Credit Authority (TCA) reviewed economic development proposals brought to the board by JobsOhio and its regional partners. Collectively, the projects are expected to result in more than $240 million in new payroll and spur more than $864 million in investments across Ohio.

Projects approved by the TCA include:

United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS), Henry Township (Wood Co.), expects to create 606 full-time positions, generating $27.7 million in new annual payroll as a result of the company’s new project in Henry Township.

UPS is a package delivery company and provider of supply chain management solutions. The TCA approved a 1.702 percent, 10-year Job Creation Tax Credit for this project.

NB Asks for RFQ for Legal Services

Joel Kuhlman stepping down due to his election to the Wood County Common Pleas Judge seat.

Joel Kuhlman, Mayor Janet Goldner, Chet Marcin (former barrister)), upon Marcin’s retirement).

The Village of North Baltimore is accepting RFQ (Request for Qualifications) for Legal Services for the village with the current legal rep.  Joel Kuhlman stepping down due to his election to the Wood County Common Pleas Judge seat, this past November 3.  

 

To follow is the notification seeking RFQ from the legal community.

The Village of North Baltimore (Wood County, Ohio) was founded in 1876 and has an approximate population of 3,400. Located along the I-75 corridor between Findlay and Bowling Green, North Baltimore is a primarily residential community with a number of industrial and manufacturing uses.

Day-to-day affairs are governed through a Mayor-Council form of government. The Village is governed by six elected Village Council members who establish policy. Execution of policy is administered by the Mayor who serves as Chief Administrative Officer for the Village with the assistance of the Village Administrator.  The elected body seeks input from residents.  

The purpose of the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) is to identify an attorney or legal firm to provide comprehensive legal services as the Village Legal Counsel on behalf of the appointing Village Council. All respondents must possess experience in Ohio local municipal law.

Request for Qualifications

  • An acceptable response shall fully address the submission requirements, be legibly signed by the respondent and be submitted on time to the proper address. Any response that does not comply with the instructions provided shall not be accepted.
  • A respondent shall deliver a signed digital response copy via mail or email by 12:00 P.M. EST on Monday, December 21, 2020 to the following contact: Village Administrator, Village of North Baltimore, 205 N. Main Street, North Baltimore, Ohio 45872: nbadmin@northbaltimore.net. Email subject line shall be clearly marked with the title of this RFQ as “Village of North Baltimore Legal Services.”

Village of North Baltimore Legal Counsel Scope of Services

The following services are expected to be delivered by the selected Legal Counsel through a legal services contract, on a retainer model, with the Village of North Baltimore.

  • Shall provide timely legal services as they pertain to Village operations and respond to legal inquiries on behalf of Village.
  • Shall represent the Village during meetings and act as the primary contact to outside legal representatives.
  • Shall recommend potential changes in procedures to the Village Council through the Mayor and Village Administrator.
  • Shall work with the Chief of Police in the interpretation and implementation of compliance to Village ordinances including code enforcement activities.
  • Shall review and make recommendations regarding ordinances, resolutions, contracts and agreements to reduce Village liability.
  • Shall ensure all legally binding documents and correspondence involving the government are accurate and legally sufficient in both form and content.
  • Shall have knowledge of the Village of North Baltimore Codified Ordinances.
  • Attend regular Village Council meetings (1st and 3rd Tuesday evenings each month).
  • Provide legal opinions on matters relating to Village activities.
  • Participate in the development of staff recommendations for action by the Village Council.
  • Perform related duties as necessary.

Evaluation Criteria

The qualified respondent shall meet the following criteria:

  • Be a current member in good standing of the State Bar of Ohio and maintains a local office in proximity to the Village to allow appropriate responsiveness.
  • Possess at least 3 years of legal experience representing a local government entity in a manner that demonstrates the respondents’ adherence to high ethical standards.
  • Possess experience and an ability to effectively represent the Village in all legal areas relevant to municipal government operations.
  • Have experience responding to legal inquiries on behalf of government officials.

Submission Requirements

In order to be considered for this position, qualified applicants should submit the following information no later than Monday, December 21, 2020 at 12:00 P.M. EST.

  • Statement of interest as to why respondent would be the ideal candidate (one-page limit).
  • A resume outlining the respondent’s experience and qualifications.
  • A brief response to each of the Evaluation Criteria described above.
  • At least three professional references that the Village of North Baltimore may contact in order to validate the respondent’s experience and trustworthiness.

General Terms and Conditions

  • There are no expressed or implied obligations for the Village of North Baltimore to reimburse responding parties for any expenses incurred in preparing this proposal.
  • The Village reserves the right to request clarifications regarding information submitted.
  • By submitting qualifications, a party certifies that it has fully read and understood this RFQ, has reviewed the attached documents (if any), and has full knowledge of the nature, scope, quantity and quality of work to be performed.
  • Ownership of this RFQ response shall belong exclusively to the Village of North Baltimore and will be considered a public record.
  • The Village Council reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals, call for new proposals, waive any informalities in proposals and select the qualified parties.
  • The RFQ shall be governed in all respects by the laws of the State of Ohio and the successful proposing parties shall comply with all applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations.
  • By submitting their qualifications, all proposing parties certify that their proposals are made without collusion or fraud and that they have not offered or received any inducements from any other person, party or village employee in connection with their proposals.
  • The proposing parties specifically certify in submitting their proposals that they are not in violation of any federal, state or local law or regulation for acts of bribery, and/or conspiracy in restraint of free and open competition in transactions with state or political subdivisions; and are not currently debarred from submitting bids or proposals on contracts by any agency of the State of Ohio and by the federal government, nor are they an agent of any person or entity that is currently debarred from submitting bids on contracts by any agency of the State of Ohio or the federal government.

WCCOA Job Posting – Program and Wellness Specialist

Full- Time – Must have a proven record of working with older adults.

 

Program and Wellness Specialist
WCCOA Job Posting
(Full time)


Program and Wellness Specialist for the Wood County Committee on Aging, Inc. is a 40 hour per week position. Duties include assisting in the development, execution and growth of exercise and wellness programs for older adults throughout Wood County.

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree in Gerontology, Recreation/Leisure Studies, Exercise Science, Kinesiology, or similar program or demonstrate equivalent experience in related field. Must demonstrate creativity and strong communication skills. Proficient in Microsoft Office (all components). Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds.

Must have a proven record of working with older adults. Must be eligible for bonding and insurable under agency policy. Must possess a valid Ohio Driver’s license with proof of auto insurance. Meet the requirements contained in Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) 173-3-06.6 (B)(3). Must successfully complete Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) records check.

Applications available at WCCOA, 305 N. Main Street, Bowling Green, Ohio. Downloadable format available at www.wccoa.net Completed applications must be accompanied by current resume and directed to the Manager of Human Resources. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

The Wood County Committee on Aging, Inc., a non-profit organization, is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Job Opening: NB Local Schools

Applications will be taken through October 20th….

Position Posting North Baltimore Schools 
Classified 
Guidance Secretary 
 
A guidance secretary position is open for 4 hours per day  – 206 days per year. 

This position is in the MS/HS building.  A HS diploma is required.  If you are interested in any further information, please contact MS/HS Principal at ckiser@nbls.org or Mike Kipplen, Guidance at mkipplen@nbls.org 

 Applications will be taken through October 20th.