- Must be 18 to run slicer
- Friendly attitude
- Prep veggies
- Cut meats
- Build sandwiches in a timely manner
- Run register
Must be 18 to run slicer
Must be 18 to run slicer
Trinity Highway Products is searching for Laborers in our Lima, OH plant. As a Laborer, you’ll handle and maintain cleaning equipment and materials, including hazardous chemicals, and move material through the process tanks and zinc kettles. The Laborer skims the top and scoops the bottom of zinc kettles to remove trash particles and refills zinc kettles with the appropriate amount of zinc.
Trinity Highway Products is Ahead of the Curve™ in safety and innovation as a leading manufacturer of highway guardrail, highway guardrail end treatments, temporary and permanent crash cushions, truck-mounted attenuators, and cable barrier systems.
3rd Shift Monday – Thursday: 8:00pm – 6:30am
1st Shift Monday – Friday: 6:00am – 3:30pm
What you’ll do:
•Perform galvanizing process
•Understand changes in coating specification
•Understand drainage and venting requirement
•Manage product for proper coating process
•Maintain equipment and work environment
•Hang, stack, unstack, and band products
•Clean and prepare surfaces with water and/or hazardous chemicals
•Maintain equipment and work environment
•Determine preparedness of material for coating
•Operate crane and forklift in the galvanizing process
•Procure and position various “below the hook holding devices,” pallets, boxes, pins, wires, chains, blocking etc. for loading and unloading
•Pile and store materials, products, components, pallets, skids, holding devices, etc. as required in and about the Galvanizing plant in accordance with safety regulations
•Assist in kettle drossing operations as required
•Check tools and equipment in observance of safety regulations
•Perform general labor work as required
What you’ll need:
•Minimum of one year of industrial experience
•Ability to identify material by product code
•Knowledge and ability to operate all equipment in that area
•Familiarity with quality control
•Ability to perform all essential functions safely and efficiently
•Ability to function as a team member and establish and maintain effective working relationships
•Reliable and predictable attendance
Preparing meals for clients, assisting chef in catering events as well as meal prep for dining services, ect.
Needed: 1 year cooking
ADLs of clients, serving meals, feeding clients, dressing and bathing, taking clients to activities, ect.
Ohio STNA license
Charge Nurse, caring for clients, passing medications, treating wounds, filling doctors orders, admissions, ect.
Ohio RN license
Perform entrance control: Enforce the Buildings entry and identification system which includes operating
security screening equipment to detect weapons, contraband, and prohibited items, checking items such
as handbags, briefcases, computers, packages, baby cakrriages, wheel chairs, etc.
Perform roving patrol: Patrol court facilities and grounds of the facility in accordance with applicable post
Perform stationary post assignments: Stand guard at stationary posts which includes (but not limited to)
monitoring closed-circuit television, duress alarm systems and other security equipment, courtrooms,
judge chambers, and jury rooms.
Perform escort duties: When directed, provide armed escort services for judges, court personnel, jurors
and other designated individuals.
Perform parking and pedestrian control: Where applicable, direct traffic on court facility properties, as
described in the post orders and/or standard operating procedures.
Enforce law and order: Enforce law while in the performance of assigned duties. This includes (but not
limited to) detaining any person attempting to gain unauthorized access to Government property, or a
court proceeding(s) or attempting to commit acts that imperil the safety and security of Government
employees, property and the public.
Prepare reports and records: Prepare various reports and records regarding contract performance issues,
such as labor hours worked, accidents, fire, bomb threats, unusual incidents or unlawful acts that
occurred within the court facility area.
Court attendance: Responsible for securing unattended courtrooms, inspection of courtrooms prior to a
proceeding, testing of security devices, and other duties concerning security of the court area.
Preserve order: Responsible for providing security presence in the courtroom, enforcing law and judicial
orders within the courtroom, enforcing local court rules reg
Education and/or Experience: High school diploma or general education degree (GED). At least three
calendar years of verifiable experience as a certified law enforcement officer or its military equivalency; all
three years must have occurred within the last seven years. The experience must have included general
Language Skills: Must have the ability to read, write, speak, and understand English. Must possess the
ability to understand, explain, interpret, and apply rules, regulations, directives, and procedures.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations: Must have a valid driver’s license from state of residency and a
safe driving record for the past five years. Must be O.P.O.T.A. certified.
Other Qualifications: Must be at least 21 years of age; Ability to pass pre-employment drug screen and
criminal background check.
*Follow established policies and procedure set by the agency. To include, but not limited to, keeping accurate records, ensure compliance with all trainings and employment requirements, etc.
*Assist in meeting outcomes/services identified within the individual’s person-centered plans and to perform the duties according to such plans which may include, but not limited to, meal preparation, cleaning , laundry, providing transportation, personal hygiene, toileting, and medication administration.
*Monitor and ensure the consumer’s safety, health, and welfare.
*Maintain a clean and safe environment and be sensitive of the consumer’s and family needs.
*Always maintain the highest standard of conduct and courtesy in dealing with consumers, family, staff, and the community. Promote positive interactions.
*Attend and participate in scheduled staff meetings as well as designated trainings and in-service sessions.
*Performs other duties as assigned.
*Must be 18 years or older and have a high school diploma or equivalent.
*Must have a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance.
*Must possess acceptable employment and background screenings.
*Must be able to follow an Individual’s Plan and document progress. Knowledge of CareTracker is a
*Must be reliable and possess the ability to work individually and as part of a team.
*DSPaths credential preferred.
This position will require standing, sitting, walking, bending, lifting of moderate to heavy amounts, pushing and pulling for moderate periods of time. May involve lifting, therefore proper lifting procedures must be followed. Additional hazards may include injuries related to behavioral incidents during consumer interaction.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Assist in meeting all educational, daily living, and safety needs for a specific student. This temporary position is exclusively for enrollment of a specific child.
Implement educational activities and behavior support strategies contained in the IEP and in the Behavior Support Plan for a specific child.
Assists with educational activities to promote the achievement of the assigned student’s IEP goals.
Implements behavior support strategies which promotes positive behaviors for the assigned student. Interacts with the student in a positive, nurturing manner.
Implements the class routines, as established by the teacher, and performs routine tasks with minimal direction.
Documents progress on behavior support plan for assigned student. Completes accident and incident reports as appropriate. Prepares professional reports and records pertaining to the specific student as required.
Assists in meeting the health and safety needs for the assigned student. Assist the student with daily living skills.
Uses assistive technology (e.g. communication devices-low & high tech; projector, computer for instructional purposes, etc) in the classroom to assure that the assigned student can participate to the fullest extent possible in instructional activities.
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Educational Aide Permit from the Ohio Department of Education.
Must fulfill requirements established by the Ohio Department of Education.
May need First Aid, Communicable Disease and Child Abuse certification.
Must have a valid Ohio driver’s license with a record that is acceptable by the agency’s insurance carrier as verified by an annual driver’s abstract.
Must provide proof of liability insurance on personal vehicles
Skills in operating educational equipment and instructional aides.
Written and oral communication skills
Must have the academic skills necessary to achieve acceptable scores on the Skills Ability Tests.
Establish and maintain good rapport with students, staff, other professionals, parents and the public.
Implements medical procedures and administers medications for an assigned student in the educational setting (classroom and/or bus) under the supervision of the School Nurse.
Provides nursing services to school age student with multi categorical medical needs.
Monitors and/or administers administration of medications and standardized nursing procedures and care. (I.e. G-tubes, tracheostomy care, breathing treatments) in the classroom or on the bus.
Maintains professional medical records for assigned student and ensures that information is accurate including, but not limited to, current medication schedule, daily logs of medication administered; first aide and medical treatment administered, seizure logs, accident reports and individual health care plans.
Follows Medical Alert list which details all health and medical needs (i.e. Allergies, special diets, toileting/diapering needs, positioning needs, special health needs).
Ensures nursing services are in compliance with rules, regulations, policy and procedures of Ohio Department of Education, DODD, and Allen County Board of DD.
Must at least hold an LPN license with the State Board of Nursing.
Have over one year through three years of nursing experience.
• Develop and generate New business;
• Maintain and grow existing core business
• Interact and communicate with customers and potential clients (e.g. Present information/proposals to clients).
• Interact and communicate with co-workers and supervisors in a team environment. Includes daily interaction with sales assistants and traffic, promotions, programming, and/or financial services personnel (e.g. order entry and/or resolution on make-goods, etc.);
• Attend and participate in sales meetings and provide weekly planners for management;
• Attend client or station promotional events. May also include supervision or assistance with the preparation for these events for clients;
• Draft/Prepare proposals and business correspondence;
• Conduct research and analyze and/or interpret sales data;
• Prepare weekly forecast of pending business and projected monthly billing;
• Follow up regarding collection of payment from clients.
• Develop an understanding and prospect for new digital marketing opportunities with businesses.
Passionate about sales and advertising with a strong ability to build sales
Lead by example
Excel at presenting conceptual marketing plans to local, direct decision makers.
Enjoy relationship building
Superb problem solver
Strong written and verbal communication skills are essential,
Creative, ethical and motivated to get results that will help our local businesses grow their businesses.