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Captain Youth & Family Services
5 Municipal Plaza, Suite 3, Clifton Park, NY 12065

Job Description

Works with individuals and groups to promote positive physical, social and emotional health and safety. Provides assistance with nutrition and food security programming. May provide educational assistance, referrals for professional assistance and/or direct recreational activities.

Hiring Range: Starting at $12.75 an hour

Job Summary:
Coordinate and supervise summer meal activities for CAPTAIN’s Summer Meal Program under the guidelines of USDA Summer Food Service Program. Work directly with the Director of Program Services and the Outreach Center Coordinator to provide the summer meal program activities in compliance with the New York State Education Department Summer Meal Program guidelines and parameters.
The position is scheduled, but not guaranteed or limited to, five shifts per week, which typically represents 22 hours per week. These shifts will typically, but not exclusively, be five consecutive days.

? Schedule, coordinate, conduct and manage summer meal program activities at CAPTAIN Youth and Family Services Summer Meal Program sites, which include the Outreach Center.
? Supervise children involved in the programming.
? Manage the distribution of meals under the direction of the NYSED Summer Meal Program guidelines.
? Help with preparation and clean up of meals before and after food service.
? Transport food and program related items to support the Summer Meal Program.
? Drive CAPTAIN vehicle(s) in support of the Mobile Summer Meal Program and other assignments.
? Coordinate and complete report information for the Summer Meal Program.
? Responsible for ordering and picking up food supplies.
? Responsible for coordinating other aspects of the program as directed.
? Perform other related work as assigned.

Skills Required:
? Ability to work with all ages.
? Knowledge of community resources.
? Positive image for CAPTAIN and a dedicated youth advocate.
? Able to have flexible, irregular work hours.
? Able to multi-task and work in a team environment.
? Ability to drive multi-passenger vans

? High School diploma required.
? Must possess a valid and clean NYS Drivers License and provide evidence of appropriate insurance coverage.
? Must be 21 years and older to drive CAPTAIN vehicles.
? Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, flexibility and initiative.
? Good communication skills and proven ability to work with adolescents and children.
? Ability to lift up to 40 lbs.

Employer Disclaimer:
? Employees will be required to follow any other job-related instructions and to perform any other job-related duties requested by their direct supervisor.
? This job description does not create an employment contract, implied or other than an “at will” employment relationship.

Please send resume and cover letter to Mr. Andy Gilpin - (one pdf. file preferred)

The NYSBOE seeks experienced Campaign Finance Compliance Auditors to serve in the Compliance Unit at the Agency. Generally, a Compliance Auditor will conduct comprehensive reviews of campaign finance filings made by political committees and assist in obtaining compliance with all filings made with the Board. The current salary range for this position is $48,911 to $60,694.

QUALIFICATIONS – Compliance Auditor G18
A Bachelor’s degree plus two (2) years of accounting or finance or general business or other related experience; or an Associate’s degree plus four (4) years of accounting or finance or general business or other related experience.

While we appreciate every applicant’s interest, only those under consideration will be contacted. Salary will be based on salary history and experience.
To apply for Consideration, please email your resume and cover letter including salary history to: Robert Brehm, Co-Executive Director, New York State Board of Elections, 40 North Pearl Street, Suite 5, Albany, New York 12207-2729,

*This posting is for information only. The Career & Employment Services office at SCCC does not endorse nor represent this company any differently than others in the CCN system. Please make sure you research and interview the employer closely before making any employment decisions.*

Organization name*: Erie County

*Contact name (full name)*: Elizabeth Klump

*Contact title*: Senior Personnel Specialist

*Address line 1*: 95 Franklin Street

*Address line 2*: 6th Floor

*City*: Buffalo

*Zip/Postal Code*: 14202

*State*: New York

*Country*: United States

*Telephone*: 716-858-6729

*Email address*:

*Organization website*:

*Are you a SUNY alumnus/alumnae? If so, indicate the institution(s) you graduated from*: Buffalo, University at

*Job Title*: Deputy Director of Labor Relations

*Position type (you may indicate more than one)*: Full-time position

*Degree Requirements (if applicable)*: Bachelors

*Job Description*: ERIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF LABOR RELATIONS VACANCY NOTICE DEPUTY DIRECTOR OF LABOR RELATIONS STARTING ANNUAL SALARY: $61,549 The work involves assisting with the administration of the County's labor relations program. This is technical personnel/labor relations work involving responsibility for participating in the development and conduct of the County's Labor Relations program. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Director of Labor Relations with leeway permitted for the exercise of independent judgment. Supervision is exercised over clerical personnel, and project supervision is exercised over employees of other departments. Assists with the development and administration of the County's program to promote effective employee management relations; Participates in collective bargaining negotiations with employee groups and provides background material relative to results of salary, fringe benefits and personnel practice surveys; Provides assistance in the resolution of employee grievances; Confers with departmental representatives regarding the interpretation of contract clauses, personnel policies, handling employee grievances, discipline procedures, and employee relations program; Supervises and participates in the conduct of projects implementing various aspects of the County's labor relations program including wage and benefit surveys, training sessions for supervisors, allocating titles into bargaining units, etc.

*Qualifications/Skills*: Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with a Bachelor's degree, and in addition, one of the following, either: A. Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with a Master's Degree in Business Administration, Labor Relations or a closely related field, and two (2) years of labor relations experience, one (1) year of which was gained in the public sector; or:
B. Three (3) years of labor relations experience, one (1) year of which was gained in the public sector; or: C. An equivalent combination of training and experience as defined by the limits of (A) and (B).
Competitive benefits package includes comprehensive health, dental and vision coverage and NYS Retirement Plan.

*Application Deadline (if applicable)*: 6 September 2015

*Salary/Compensation*: $61,549/year

*Organization Description (optional)*: Erie County is located in Western New York State.

*How do you want candidates to contact you?*: E-mail,Mail

*Additional Information or Instructions*: If interested and meet the above qualifications, please forward resume to:
Mr. David Palmer, Commissioner of Personnel, Erie County, 95 Franklin Street, 6th Floor, Buffalo, NY 14202 or by email to by September 5, 2015. Erie County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

*I have read the EEO policies*: Yes - read EEO

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