Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce Jobs Board

Job Seekers

Finding a job is easy with the Chamber Jobs Board. Are you seeking employment or an internship or looking to change careers? If so, we encourage you to search for job openings using our Jobs Board below. This easy-to-use online job board provides localized listings from our 1,000-plus member businesses. Each listing includes information about the job/internship and details about how to apply for a position. Another resource is the Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center's Who's Hiring website.

Employers

Are you a Paducah Chamber member business looking to hire? Post a job here. Not a Chamber member? There will be a nominal fee of $50 for each job posting - you will receive an invoice after posting your job. Another resource to post your job is the Kentucky Chamber Workforce Center's Who's Hiring website.

Post a Job

We'll post your opening within three business days. (If your business is not a Chamber member, we will post your opening after payment is received.) Job postings will be published for two months, unless the Chamber is notified by the employer to take the posting down or extend its length. Contact the Chamber at 270.443.1746

 

Company Job Title Location Date Added
Walker & Associates CPA's PLLC
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Walker & Associates CPAs, PLLC, a Certified Public Accounting firm in Paducah, is currently seeking an Entry Level Front Desk Receptionist.  Duties may include answering phones, preparing mail/packages, copying, scanning, typing, data entry, filing, scheduling appointments, processing reports, assembling tax returns, running local errands and more. Prior experience at an accounting firm is a plus, but not needed and training will be provided. Willingness to learn and ask questions is a must. An ideal candidate would have flexible availability, particularly during peak months of September through April.

Applicants should possess:

Good general computer knowledge
Experience using Microsoft Word (tables preferred) & Microsoft Excel
Learns quickly and follows instructions well
Excellent communication skills in writing and speech
Organized, friendly and team oriented
Strong attention to detail, highly ethical, self-directed, and results-oriented
Daily attendance
Professional in manner/appearance

 

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Administrative Assistant/Receptionist Paducah 6-18-2021
Paducah Cooperative Ministry
We provide McCracken Country residents with assistance with housing, emergency food, utility bills and other basic human needs. / Non-profit Human Services /

Paducah Cooperative Ministry

BOOKKEEPER Position now OPEN

 Position Summary

As a part of a ministry team, our bookkeeper helps PCM do God’s work with human hands to help people meet basic and urgent human needs. The Bookkeeper position is a part-time position with flexible scheduling options currently open at the Paducah Cooperative Ministry. Average 20 hours per week.

 Position Description

An important teammate working with a small, faith-based, non-profit ministry, our bookkeeper will have advanced experience with Quickbooks and Excel spreadsheets, as well as common PDF software. Direct experience with payroll required as well as preparation of financial reports, budget preparation. Grant management and non-profit experience extremely helpful.

Degree in accounting or bookkeeping with a minimum of 3 years of experience required. Impeccable references, strong organizational and time management skills

 

 

 

/ bookkeeping, part-time, 3-years' experience Quickbooks & Excel spreadsheet, PDF software, & payroll
Bookkeeper Paducah 4-30-2021
McCracken County Public Library
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JOB SUMMARY: 

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Under direction of the Library Director, the Bookkeeper/Administrative Assistant is responsible for keeping a full and accurate account of all receipts and payments in the manner directed by the Board of Trustees.  The Bookkeeper/Administrative Assistant performs duties associated with the function of a small business.   

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 

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  1. Attends all Board meetings.  Prepares accurate monthly Board meetings minutes; maintains a filing system of Board minutes and all related documents. 
  2. Arranges Library Board meetings, assists in preparation of the agenda; distributes informational packets prior to the Board meetings; and other items as necessary.
  3. Prepares letters, memoranda, reports, messages, invitations, etc. for staff and Board and performs other routine office management and administrative duties.
  4. Prepares bank deposits of cash receipts and reconciles monthly bank statements and manages checking and investment accounts.
  5. Operates a personal computer based accounting system, including general ledger, accounts payable and payroll.
  6. Analyzes invoices, prepares payment and files invoices.
  7. Performs continuing audits of accounts to ensure proper account classification of expenditures and proper budgetary control and maintains fixed assets list.
  8. Prepares reports for departments such as Library Board, Kentucky Department for Libraries and the Department of Local Government, and other agencies.
  9. Prepares payroll; audits payroll to ensure accuracy; maintains payroll records and prepares related accounting entries; prepares payroll tax returns for county, state and federal governments.  Maintains vacation and sick leave records of employees.
  10. Serves as health insurance and retirement coordinator for employees.
  11. Determines new procedures that provide adequate accounting measurements and classifications to ensure accounting methods comply with generally accepted accounting principles.
  12. Assists independent audits during the annual audit by preparing various schedules, reports and analysis as required.
  13. Assists in the preparation of the annual budget and contributes to both short and long range plans for the Library.
  14. Performs functions related to the circulation control, including but not limited to checking material in and out, fine collection, processing holds and shelving material.
  15. Performs various duties as assigned. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: 

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The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with different abilities to perform the essential functions. 

 

Routinely and intermittently exposed to computer screens. Will be required to lift, carry, push, or pull up to 20 pounds. Push and pull fully loaded (50-100 pound) book trucks. Position entails bending, stooping, reaching and standing on a daily basis. 

 

Hand-eye coordination necessary to operate computers and various office equipment. 

 

Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. 

 

The person in this position frequently communicates with director, Board of Trustees, and staff. Must be able to exchange clear and accurate information in these situations. 

 

Equal Opportunity Employment: 

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The Library is an equal-opportunity employer providing opportunities for jobs to all people meeting the minimum requirements for advertised positions. All decisions pertaining to recruitment, hiring, promotions and other terms and conditions of employment will be determined on a fair and equitable basis without regard to sex, race, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, pregnancy/childbirth and/or related medical conditions, or any other protected status applicable under local, state, or federal laws, except where a bona fide occupational qualification applies.  

 

JOB REQUIREMENTS 

 

FORMAL EDUCATION: 

 

  • BA degree with a Major in Business or Accounting preferred, or any equivalent combination of experience, training and/or education approved by the Library Director. 

 

 
 
 
EXPERIENCE: 

 

  • A minimum of three years of responsible business experience or any equivalent combination of experience and training which provided the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities. 

 

 

OTHER REQUIREMENTS: 

  • Working knowledge of computer systems preferred. 
  • Ability to exercise judgment and initiative. 
  • Self Motivated. 

 

/ accounting, human resources, payroll
Bookkeeper/Administrative Assistant Paducah 6-22-2021
West Kentucky Community & Technical College
West Kentucky Community & Technical College (WKCTC), recognized as a top 10 community college in the nation by The Aspen Institute each of the five years the prize has been awarded and twice as a Finalist with Distinction, invites applications for the position of Business Administration Instructor. WKCTC is a comprehensive community college that provides excellence in teaching and learning, promotes student success, and supports economic development. / Education /

Full time, 10-month contract, grant funded position starting July/August 2021.

The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching a variety of economics and business courses as part of our night Business Administration program, including management and introduction to business, both in-person and online.
 
Additional faculty workload includes:
  • student advising
  • service on a variety of committees 
  • community service
  • professional development
  • and various departmental activities that may include course development and evaluation, mentoring adjunct faculty and student outcome assessment.
/ Sucessful candidate must possess: Masters degree in business, or a masters degree in a related field with a minimum of 18 graduate level hours in management/marketing/general business College teaching experience, preferred A commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and the services provided by community colleges Willingness to work collaboratively on the development of quality course materials and pedagogies designed to engage students in active learning processes Availability to teach night courses on a regular basis
Business Administration Instructor Paducah 5-18-2021
Harrah's Metropolis
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POSITION SUMMARY: Provide cashiering services to patrons and support cashiering operations following internal controls and company policies

 

MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENTS: 21 years of age

 

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  1. Responsible for verification of cash, chips, and coin in their respective bank.
  2. Take casino credit applications and verify the patron's identification.
  3. Data Entry in the computer system.
  4. Do equal exchanges of chips for cash, coin sales and redemption, marker issuance and redemption, and Front Money/Safekeeping transactions.
  5. Complete all related documentation in accordance with the established system of Internal Controls.
  6. Balancing their funds and recording same on a Cashier's Check-out sheet.
  7. Check in and out within a reasonable amount of time.
  8. Must assist patrons in answering questions and direct them to areas of safety during emergencies as instructed by management, security or senior crewmembers.
  9. Assure exceptional customer service to all patrons by communicating in a pleasant, friendly, and professional manner at all times.
  10. Secure Casino Bankroll.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

 

PHYSICAL - Must be able to:

 

  1. Work within a restricted area of the cage with reasonable accommodations
  2. Bend, and stand for long periods of time.
  3. Operate computer, calculator, and adding machine.
  4. Communicate verbally, with general public.
  5. See to validate chip and cash exchange.
  6. Must be able to hear. Can be augmented with a hearing aid.
  7. Tolerate noisy and/or dimly lit environment.
  8. Must be able to lift a minimum of 25 pounds.
  9. Must have manual dexterity.
  10. Climb steps repeatedly.

 

MENTAL - Must be able to:

 

  1. Work accurately with basic math skills.
  2. Typing skills or the ability to gain knowledge of how to enter data into a CRT are required.
  3. Understand and comply with Policies and Procedures, Job Descriptions, daily memorandum and other written and verbal instructions.
  4. Must be able to work under stressful conditions.

 

PREREQUISITES/PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Must have High School Diploma or GED. Must also have previous money handling experience and good oral communication skills

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Cage Cashier Metropolis 3-30-2021
LYNX Services
Auto and Property insurance claims for industry leaders. / /

As an Inbound Call Center Representative, you will be responsible for taking calls regarding auto and property insurance claims.

Requirements:

  • HS Diploma or GED 
  • Employment history in Customer Service, minimum 1 year.
  • Professional telephone etiquette
  • Professional communication skills
  • Friendly customer service
  • Effective at multi-tasking
  • Ability to navigate information withn 2 computer screens, while active listening to the caller, ansering questions about their policy, and documenting the call (typing).
  • Prior call center experience helpful, but not required.
  • Ability to work a flexible schedule (1st and 2nd shifts), including 1 weekend day.
  • Ability and willingness to work on-site at our call center located at 101 Marshall Ct. Paducah, KY. 42001
/ customer service, call center, contact center, inbound, outbound, collections, retail, restaurant
Call Center Representative Paducah 6-21-2021
Home Instead Senior Care
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Home Instead is currently hiring compassionate and reliable caregivers to support older adults living in their own homes. If you are a “people person” who loves seniors, we need you now more than ever to help your neighbors be safe and secure in their own homes. We are currently looking to fill both full time and part time positions and have days as well as night shifts available. shifts range from 3 - 12 hours. We have the flexibility you need to meet your desired schedule. Our clients and caregivers are compassionate and excited and we would love to add you to the team, reach out today and lets you get on board. 


Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

· Companionship and conversation

· Light housekeeping tasks and meal preparation

· Medication and appointment reminders

· Help Bathing and grooming  

 

*No previous experience necessary - skills training will be provided by Home Instead*

 

Requirements:

· Complete a criminal background check, motor vehicle record check, and drug screen

· Possess a valid driver’s license and valid auto insurance (required if driving clients)

· Ability to treat and care for seniors and their property with dignity and respect

· Ability to communicate with clients in a friendly manner


We look forward to hearing from you, if you would like to reach out, feel free to give us a call today @ 270-558-0301

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Caregiver Paducah 5-3-2021
Pilgrim's
For over six decades, Pilgrim’s has produced healthy, high-quality food products that go into some of the world’s finest recipes. Working with approximately over 4,000 family farms throughout the U.S. and Mexico, we are dedicated to providing these wholesome, high-quality products at a great value. As the second-largest chicken producer in the world Pilgrim’s has the capacity to process more than 34 million birds per week for a total of more than over 7 billion pounds of live chicken annually. With corporate headquarters located in Greeley, Colorado, we have operations in 12 U.S. states as well as in Mexico and Puerto Rico. We are committed to the 35,000 plus team members who work with us to provide products to foodservice, retail and frozen entrée customers. The company’s primary distribution is through retailers, foodservice distributors and restaurants as well as through the export of chicken products to customers all over the world. Pilgrim's Pride is a part of the JBS USA family. JBS S.A., the world's largest protein company, owns 75.5% of our outstanding common stock. / Poultry Processing /

HATCHERY DRIVER

 

BRIEF DESCRIPTION:

 

The truck driver is responsible for transporting empty cages to the farms for the catchers and transporting full cages of birds to the processing plant to be processed.   

 

DESCRIPTION:

Before each shift the truck driver is responsible for performing a pre-trip inspection of their truck and trailer. They will first deliver empty cages to the catchers at a farm. The truck driver will pull into a farm, park his vehicle, lock his breaks and perform a post-trip inspection. They will then unhook the air lines, roll down the trailer’s dolly legs, unboom all the cages and then unhook the truck from the trailer. The truck driver will then go back to the processing plant, after performing a post-trip inspection, to receive another trailer of empty cages. Before they hook on to another trailer, the driver must perform a pre-trip inspection. They can then hook on to the trailer, hook up their air lines, roll up the dolly legs, boom the cages down, and then finally pre-trip the trailer before leaving. Once the driver gets back to the farm, using the above process, they will unhook from the empty trailer and hook up to the trailer that is now loaded with cages of birds. The will take the trailer full of birds back to the processing plant, notify the scale house attendant of what trailer number he is dropping off, pull into the cooling bay and start the unhooking process.
MUST HAVE 1 YEAR OF OTR EXPERIENCE

BASIC SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Driver is required to log on to Omnitrac system and proceed with Pre-Trip each day before loading.  
  • Driver is required to select ticket, stamp “zero weight” and load feed haul trailer. 
  • Driver will select finish feed bin, write the number on the ticker, and load feed haul trailer.
  • Driver will then proceed to farm unloading feed at correct farm, house and bin number.  
  • Driver is expected to operate equipment in a safe manner as to avoid accidents or injury to other drivers.  
  • At the end of the day, driver is required to do Post-Trip and log off Omnitrac system.  
  • Driver is expected to be a team player and load feed in a manner to assist feed mill to run as efficiently as possible and deliver a quality product.  
  • Driver is required to operate within all DOT and Pilgrim’s guidelines as set forth by Fleet Administrator.  
  • Ability to comprehend simple instructions  
  • Ability to apply common sense. 
  • Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations.  
  • Ability to multitask and work quickly 
  • Must be a team player  
  • Must have good communication skills. 
  • Good hand and eye coordination required. 


EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled.  

 

FEED HAUL DRIVER

Brief Description

  • The driver will receive their feed loads from the Dispatcher or from their box
  • Driver will do a pre-trip inspection on truck & trailer
  • Driver will drive to the load out & load correct chicken feed on the trailer
  • It is required to print 3 feed ticket copies
  • Driver will deliver feed to the farm on his ticket & unload into the bins at the farm
  • After the feed is unloaded, driver will drive back to the feed mill & repeat process
  • When done driver will do a post-trip on truck & trailer

 

Description

BASIC SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

Driver is required to log on to Keller system and proceed with Pre-Trip each day before loading. 

Driver is required to select ticket and load feed haul trailer.

Driver will select finish feed bin, write the number on the ticker, and load feed haul trailer.

Driver will then proceed to farm unloading feed at correct farm, house and bin number. 

Driver is expected to operate equipment in a safe manner as to avoid accidents or injury to other drivers. 

At the end of the day, driver is required to do Post-Trip and log off Omnitrac system. 

Driver is expected to be a team player and load feed in a manner to assist feed mill to run as efficiently as possible and deliver a quality product. 

Driver is required to operate within all DOT and Pilgrim’s guidelines as set forth by Fleet Administrator. 

Ability to comprehend simple instructions 

Ability to apply common sense.

Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations. 

Ability to multitask and work quickly

Must be a team player 

Must have good communication skills.

Good hand and eye coordination required.

 

EOE/Vet/Disabled. 

SIGN-ON BONUS

 Benefits include:

  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • 401K contributions
  • Better Futures Program –2 Year Community College tuition paid for you or your dependents!
  • Opportunity to grow your career through our Supervisor Development Program

  At Pilgrim’s, Safety Is A Condition, which means the safety of our team members comes first - always. This includes increased safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, such as enhanced cleaning and sanitation, face coverings, temperature screens and plexi-glass or plastic barriers. We are also working to secure vaccine availability for our Team Members.

 

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CDL Class A Driver Hickory 5-17-2021
Lotus Children's Advocacy & Sexual Violence Resource Center
Lotus is Kentucky’s designated Children’s Advocacy and Sexual Violence Resource Center for the Purchase Region. Lotus’s mission is to support victims-survivors, strengthen families, and empower communities. Committed to ending child abuse and sexual violence, Lotus works to cultivate safe, equitable, just communities where all persons thrive. Lotus so perfectly symbolizes the exceptional courage, strength, and resilience of survivors. We see the goal of recovery as not only surviving trauma but also opening up to the possibilities of hope, healing, and growth. And like the lotus flower, under the right conditions, the possibilities for growth are limitless. We seek to create a safe, nurturing sanctuary where each survivor and family is met with a clear path to the specialized care and holistic resources they need in order to truly heal and reclaim their lives. At Lotus, our shared values of resilience, empowerment, diversity, equity, and inclusion drive all that we do. / Nonprofit /

Responsibilities: 

  • Provide specialized mental health services and support to adolescent victims-survivors in person and via telehealth. 
  • Create mental health focused resources for victims-survivors to promote resilience and strengthen protective factors. 
  • Collaborate with CAC Program staff to provide comprehensive case management. 
  • Ensure documentation of telehealth informed consent, client/caregiver services, phone/telehealth contacts, resources provided, and needs assessed. 
  • Track client services and progress in tracking programs in order to provide information regarding efficacy to Lotus’ funding sources. 
  • Engage in feasible professional development opportunities to ensure the highest quality of care to clients is being provided. 
  • Execute communications initiative and tasks as directed. 
  • Provision of 24 hour crisis response and medical advocacy as needed. 

Prior Education & Training Requirements: 

  • Master’s Degree 
  • Licensure in the state of Kentucky to practice in a mental health discipline. 
  • Knowledge in the administration, scoring, and interpretation of clinical assessment measures. 

Prior Qualifications & Special Skills Required: 

  • CAC Therapist should possess the knowledge and experience to provide assessment-based and empirically-supported specialized outpatient treatment to adolescent victims-survivors of sexual violence and their family members. 
  • Good understanding of trauma-informed treatment, neurological effects of trauma and integrated treatment for sexual violence is recommended. 
  • Evidence of good interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with all types of people. 
  • Ability to work with people in crisis situations and ability to work effectively under stress. 
  • No prior history of criminal behaviors is a requirement. 

Work Location: Paducah office and community settings as needed. 

Work Schedule: 

  • Monday-Thursday (8:30am-5:00pm) 
  • Friday (9:00am-3:00pm) 
/ Licensure, clinical assessment, trauma-informed, interpersonal skills, collaboration, crisis management
Children's Advocacy Center Therapist Paducah 7-8-2021
Cornerstone of Hope, Inc.
Cornerstone of Hope, Inc. is a nonprofit employment agency sustaining other nonprofits. / Human Services /

Cornerstone of Hope, Inc. (COH) provides administrative and staffing services to non-profit organizations in the Western Kentucky Region. As such, COH has a Crisis Response Specialist (PRN) position available to be assigned to work at the Merryman House located in Paducah, KY.

Qualifications: High School Diploma or Equivalent

Skills: Ability to maintain a good public image of the program through a high level of professionalism. Knowledge of dynamics of domestic violence and be at least 18 years of age. Ability to relate to a wide variety of people utilizing program services and be able to work well in stressful situations. Ability to work flexible hours whether scheduled or called in (including holidays). Must demonstrate ability to utilize Microsoft Office programs and the use of general office equipment. Commitment to the mission of the agency.

Responsibilities:

1. Follow agency policies and procedures, licensing, and Member Service

Standard (MSS) requirements.

2. Familiarize clients with agency services and assist with appropriate referrals as needed.

3. Be a role model for appropriate behavior for positive communication, support, and daily activities.

4. Answer crisis line, complete crisis calls, LAP’s, intakes and exits as needed.

5. Responsible for compiling client exit satisfaction surveys and making reports to appropriate staff, Board and/or funding sources as requested.

6. Maintain Client Care Center client board and proper records and documentation for all clients and activities (i.e. shift change logs, sign-in/sign-out log, phone log, etc.)

7. Assist advocacy staff in client case management as requested.

8. Responsible for managing and maintaining all Client Care Center supplies, filing/storage systems, and equipment.

9. Responsible for assisting the Director of Crisis Response in the training of new employees as duties relate to the operations of the Client Care Center.

10. Participate in all-staff mandatory meetings as requested including but not limited to weekly case management meetings and/or staff development meetings.

11. Attend all mandatory training as approved by immediate supervisor.

12. Provide clerical support to administrative management team and assist with special projects as needed.

13. Provide clients access to their medication and maintain all proper documentation via a sign-in/out procedure.

14. Document all client interactions/services provided via the Osnium Data Collection System.

15. Accurately and consistently, utilize the Client Flow Charts and ensure all client paperwork is completed and entered into the Osnium Data Collection System within 48-hours of the service.

16. Maintain a trauma-informed approach to all client interactions and environments as applicable.

17. Perform other duties as assigned (i.e., appropriate chores including cleaning, copying, filing, etc.)

18. Remain in the CCC until the relieving staff person arrives to ensure the Center is staffed at all times.

19. Ensure clients follow ALL guidelines to ensure optimal healing environment for all residents.

20. Assist clients with completion of Emergency Protective Orders where applicable and/or 24-hour access to such orders.

21. Demonstrate proficiency of Agency policies and Procedures, Hazardous Communications Plan, Blood Borne Pathogens plans as verified by Director of Client Services, or the Assistant Director of Client Services.

22. All employees are expected to assist with Client Care Center/Crisis Response coverage as requested by Leadership to ensure adequate support for clients and fellow team members.

23. Other duties as assigned.

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Client Care Center Specialist (PRN) Paducah 5-24-2021
Cornerstone of Hope, Inc.
Cornerstone of Hope, Inc. is a nonprofit employment agency sustaining other nonprofits. / Human Services /

Cornerstone of Hope, Inc. (COH) provides administrative and staffing services to non-profit organizations in the Western Kentucky Region. As such, COH has a Crisis Response Specialist (PRN) position available to be assigned to work at the Merryman House located in Paducah, KY.

Qualifications: High School Diploma or Equivalent

Skills: Ability to maintain a good public image of the program through a high level of professionalism. Knowledge of dynamics of domestic violence and be at least 18 years of age. Ability to relate to a wide variety of people utilizing program services and be able to work well in stressful situations. Ability to work flexible hours whether scheduled or called in (including holidays). Must demonstrate ability to utilize Microsoft Office programs and the use of general office equipment. Commitment to the mission of the agency.

Responsibilities:

1. Follow agency policies and procedures, licensing, and Member Service

Standard (MSS) requirements.

2. Familiarize clients with agency services and assist with appropriate referrals as needed.

3. Be a role model for appropriate behavior for positive communication, support, and daily activities.

4. Answer crisis line, complete crisis calls, LAP’s, intakes and exits as needed.

5. Responsible for compiling client exit satisfaction surveys and making reports to appropriate staff, Board and/or funding sources as requested.

6. Maintain Client Care Center client board and proper records and documentation for all clients and activities (i.e. shift change logs, sign-in/sign-out log, phone log, etc.)

7. Assist advocacy staff in client case management as requested.

8. Responsible for managing and maintaining all Client Care Center supplies, filing/storage systems, and equipment.

9. Responsible for assisting the Director of Crisis Response in the training of new employees as duties relate to the operations of the Client Care Center.

10. Participate in all-staff mandatory meetings as requested including but not limited to weekly case management meetings and/or staff development meetings.

11. Attend all mandatory training as approved by immediate supervisor.

12. Provide clerical support to administrative management team and assist with special projects as needed.

13. Provide clients access to their medication and maintain all proper documentation via a sign-in/out procedure.

14. Document all client interactions/services provided via the Osnium Data Collection System.

15. Accurately and consistently, utilize the Client Flow Charts and ensure all client paperwork is completed and entered into the Osnium Data Collection System within 48-hours of the service.

16. Maintain a trauma-informed approach to all client interactions and environments as applicable.

17. Perform other duties as assigned (i.e., appropriate chores including cleaning, copying, filing, etc.)

18. Remain in the CCC until the relieving staff person arrives to ensure the Center is staffed at all times.

19. Ensure clients follow ALL guidelines to ensure optimal healing environment for all residents.

20. Assist clients with completion of Emergency Protective Orders where applicable and/or 24-hour access to such orders.

21. Demonstrate proficiency of Agency policies and Procedures, Hazardous Communications Plan, Blood Borne Pathogens plans as verified by Director of Client Services, or the Assistant Director of Client Services.

22. All employees are expected to assist with Client Care Center/Crisis Response coverage as requested by Leadership to ensure adequate support for clients and fellow team members.

23. Other duties as assigned.

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Client Care Center Specialist (PRN) Paducah 5-24-2021
The Paducah Bank & Trust Company
www.paducahbank.com / Banking /

General Summary/Purpose

 

The Compliance Officer is responsible for developing, administering and monitoring bank programs and products to ensure compliance with regulations and rules governing operations and product offerings in all areas of the bank. The Compliance Officer performs testing and assists in the education of all personnel, including senior management and the Board of Directors in all areas of compliance. The Compliance Officer ensures senior management and Board of Directors are continuously informed of all aspects of the bank’s compliance activities, including an evaluation of its relative risk exposure related to compliance. The Compliance Officer reviews bank policy and procedures for compliance. The Compliance Officer also serves as the Bank’s Community Reinvestment Act Officer. 

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities

 

#1 Manage the Compliance Program                                                    

  • Submit to senior management and the Audit Committee an annual schedule for the testing and monitoring of various regulations for upcoming year. Obtain Board approval for the Compliance Schedule.
  • Submit an annual compliance risk assessment to the Audit Committee.
  • Review and maintain various bank policies including the Compliance Policy.
  • Review current trends in compliance and current regulatory emphasis.
  • Work in conjunction with department supervisors and the bank’s Internal Auditor to ensure that an independent compliance audit is completed on a risk based schedule and proper follow-up is performed.
  • Conduct monitoring testing based on the approved schedule, work with management on corrections, and follow-up for completion.
  • Work with management to implement regulation changes and new products.
  • Supervise the BSA Fraud Officer and ensure the BSA program is properly implemented.

 

#2 Chair the Compliance Committee                                                     

  • Research upcoming changes and communicate to the committee how they will affect the bank.
  • Discuss audit and monitoring findings.
  • Review policy and procedural changes.

 

#3 Manage the CRA Program                                                                

  • Obtain annual Board approval of the CRA Program
  • Prepare semi-annual reports
  • Maintain the CRA Public Folder

 

#4 Training                                                                                             

  • Ensure training programs are in place to train all employees in compliance and CRA.
  • Train in areas of particular interest or recently demonstrated weaknesses.
  • Ensure that an adequate amount of continuing education is schedule for key compliance personnel.
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Compliance Risk Officer Paducah 3-30-2021
Cornerstone of Hope, Inc.
Cornerstone of Hope, Inc. is a nonprofit employment agency sustaining other nonprofits. / Human Services /

Cornerstone of Hope, Inc. (COH) provides administrative and staffing services to non-profit organizations in the Western Kentucky Region. As such, COH has a Crisis and Essential Transportation Specialist position available to be assigned to work at the Merryman House located in Paducah, KY.

Required Skills/Abilities

1. Must be proficient in computer skills (Microsoft, Adobe, Kronos, WS, CMS programs, communication platforms);
2. Must be able to demonstrate strong interpersonal communication skills (listening, understanding, questioning);
3. Must be able to demonstrate critical thinking skills and possess the ability to work in a high stress environment;

Preferred Education

Must have High School Diploma or equivalent.

Preferred Experience

Experience in a customer care setting is preferred.
Experience in transportation preferred.
Knowledge of Dynamics of Domestic Violence and Trauma Informed Care (TIC).
Must have valid drivers license and clean driving record.
Must be 18 years or older

Job Summary

The Crisis and Essential Transportation Specialist provides direct services to individuals and families within shelter. The Specialist will be tasked with providing trauma-informed support for individuals and families affected by domestic violence by providing consistent and essential transportation services to the eight counties served. The Specialist will embody the organization's mission to Save, Build and Change Lives through our Core Values of Advocacy, Empowerment and Transformation through Compassion, Dignity and Courage.

Job Duties

I. Professionalism
1. Possess strong verbal and written communication skills;
2. Display high level of professionalism in all interactions within agency and with community partners;
3. Collaborate with other departments to ensure effective communication occurs and staff are well-informed of client needs to ensure meaningful access to all clients (e.g., Limited English Proficiency,federally under-served, etc.);
4. Ensure positive communication and collaborative relationships within agency and with community partners;

5. Follow agency policies and procedures, and Member Service Standards (MSS);

II. Initiative

1. Familiarize clients with agency services and make referrals as needed;
2. Provide support to all teammates as needed to assist department in running smoothly, efficiently, and productively;
3. Maintain transportation schedule and convey vehicle Maintenance needs to supervisor and Operations Dep.
4. Possess the confidence and ability to independently make well-informed decisions based on Trauma Informed care;
5. Provide suggestions and feedback for improvements in processes regarding departments as requested;
6. Assists in supporting agency programming as requested by providing department-relevant groups/workshops and/or providing coverage for groups as requested;

III. Timeliness

1. Arrive promptly and prepared, ready to engage in job responsibilities and Duties;
2. Maintain accurate records including up-to-date client files, case notes, grant data, entry/exit paperwork, and submit reports while adhering to established timelines;
3. Complete all shift duties as assigned in a timely and productive manner. ( including but not limited to; cleaning responsibilities, documentation, essential services, trainings,etc.);
4. Respond to Crisis and LAP calls immediately, accurately and following set scripts and policies;
5. Practice strong time management skills with the ability to prioritize duties/assignments appropriately;
6. Ensures that a maximum of 20% of paid time is utilized for assigned tasks, including; Documentation, time sheets, training, cleaning and sanitation, shift change, and other assigned tasks;
7. Ensures that at least 80% of paid time is utilized for providing direct client services and reflected in documentation and time sheets;

IV. Knowledgeable

1. Familiarize self with referral options and resources, with the ability to provide them to clients as needed;
2. Demonstrate proficiency of Agency Policies and Procedures, Hazardous communication plan, Blood-borne Pathogens, and other assigned trainings;
3. Understand Trauma-Informed organizational culture and actively employs those principles;
4. Attend trainings relevant to position to upgrade knowledge of laws, regulations, and contractual requirements as directed by direct supervisor or the MHDCC Executive Director;
5. Stay abreast of current practices and trends involving domestic violence and its effects by updating the Department Director on service trends, and other information necessary to inform and update current practices and policies;

V. Integrity

1. Complete and enter all individually provided client services into the agency’s data system in a timely manner and in accordance with company policy;
2. Accept personal responsibility and holds themselves accountable for actions and decisions made;
3. Model personal integrity and behaves in an ethical manner in regards to interpersonal relationships with peers
4. Refrain from engaging in gossip or staff splitting behaviors;

VI. Productivity and Quality of work

1. Ensure clients follow all guidelines and address situations as they arise to ensure safety for all;
2. Provide transportation assistance to residential clients and non-residential clients when needed;
3. Embody integrity, knowledge, timeliness, initiative, and professionalism as set forth by the agency dictated by the life saving aspect of our mission;
4. Attend and participate in all mandatory meetings and trainings as assigned;
5. Provide crisis intervention and continued support for clients in shelter by utilizing knowledge of Trauma Informed Care and assisting with needs as they arise.

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Crisis and Essential Services Transportation Specialist Paducah 5-24-2021
New Pathways for Children
Non-Profit group home for residents under the age of 10 / /

JOB OPENING

NEW PATHWAYS FOR CHILDREN

DIRECT CARE WORKER

Qualifications:

Must be at least 25 years old

Bachelor's degree preferred

Minimum requirement:  High School Diploma and experience in hurman service field

Must have valid driver's license, current car insurance

Must pass a criminal and sex offender backgroud check

Able to pass a drug & alcohol screen

Need current certification in CPR/First Aid/Blood Borne Pathogens

 

 

 

/ Must be reliable, dependable, and flexible to work any shift and any days of the week. Willing to transport residents to church, appointments, doctor's appointments and other activities.
Direct Care Worker Melber 6-25-2021
West Kentucky Community & Technical College
West Kentucky Community & Technical College (WKCTC), recognized as a top 10 community college in the nation by The Aspen Institute each of the five years the prize has been awarded and twice as a Finalist with Distinction, invites applications for the position of Economics Instructor. WKCTC is a comprehensive community college that provides excellence in teaching and learning, promotes student success, and supports economic development. / Education /

Full time, 10-month contract position starting July/August 2021.

The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching a variety of economics and business courses, in in-person, online and hybrid modalities.
 
Additional faculty workload includes:
  • student advising
  • service on a variety of committees 
  • community service
  • professional development
  • and various departmental activities that may include course development and evaluation, mentoring adjunct faculty and student outcome assessment.
/ Sucessful candidate must possess: Masters degree in economics or business, or a masters degree in a related field with a minimum of 18 graduate level hours in economics College teaching experience, preferred A commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and the services provided by community colleges Willingness to work collaboratively on the development of quality course materials and pedagogies designed to engage students in active learning processes Availability to teach night courses on a regular basis
Economics Instructor Paducah 5-18-2021
Harrah's Metropolis
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POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for the efficient and orderly cleaning and servicing of all assigned public areas and rest rooms prescribed by the EVS Supervisor.

 

MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENTS: 21 years of age

 

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

 

  1. Maintain a high level of quality and appearance in all areas of responsibility including EVS storage areas and equipment.
  2. Demonstrate a working knowledge in the safe and correct use of all daily cleaning chemicals and proper operation of equipment as measured by routine inspection and by semi-annual testing by a supervisor.
  3. Demonstrate proper attendance according to company standards.
  4. Treat others with courtesy and respect.
  5. Adjust and is flexible to meet changing work needs and demands.
  6. Works cooperatively with own and other teams to achieve common goals.
  7. Exhibits cooperative attitude while working on all job tasks, willingly assisting others.
  8. Demonstrates proper dress code, which includes proper display of the employee I.D. badge.
  9. Demonstrates proper use of safety practices in all procedures.
  10. Immediately report unsafe incidents or unsafe conditions when they occur to the supervisor.
  11. Demonstrate proper use of PPE (glasses, gloves, belts).
  12. Must assist patrons in answering questions and directing them to areas of safety during emergencies as directed by management, security, or marine crew members.
  13. Must attend OSHA and related safety training.
  14. Return equipment to proper location, in proper working condition, properly emptied of solutions, cleaned and ready for next use.
  15. Perform daily duties including: cleaning ash urn, vacuum carpeted areas, dust furniture and equipment, polish furniture and bright equipment and sweep and mop tile, brick and concrete areas.
  16. Demonstrate proper equipment usage according to department standards.
  17. Demonstrate proper use of chemicals and MSDS sheets.
  18. Perform laundry/linen receipt and distribution duties.
  19. Clean and maintain assigned areas of floor, rest rooms, and other areas as instructed by supervisory staff. Must be able to use vacuum cleaners, mops, brooms, sweepers, dusters, etc.
  20. Keep rest room and supply areas fully stocked.
  21. Identify expectations of internal/external customers and work to exceed them.
  22. Customer concerns in the employee’s area of responsibility are handled immediately and reported to the supervisor for follow up.
  23. Assure exceptional customer service to all patrons by communicating in a pleasant, friendly and professional manner at all times.
  24. Must adhere to all company/departmental polices and procedures. Must be aware and adhere to internal control rules.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

 

PHYSICAL - Must be able to:

 

  1. Transport supplies and equipment and use at various heights from floor to ceiling.
  2. Stoop to check and clean steps and stairwells. 
  3. Operate advance and commercial upright vacuum cleaners.
  4. Move trash cart from work areas to dumpster and unload.
  5. Work in different areas of casino under varying conditions of heat, cold, illumination and air quality.
  6. Push, pull and carry up to 50 pounds 
  7. Horizontally move items weighing a minimum of twenty-five pounds (50 lbs.). 
  8. Horizontally and vertically move items weighing a minimum of ten pounds (25 lbs.). 
  9. Tolerate presence and/or use of chemicals, cleansers and solvents. 
  10. Move/use cleaning supplies and equipment. 
  11. Clean floors, toilets, stalls and walls from floor level up to ceiling.
  12. Must be able to lift full trash bags from receptacle weighing a minimum of twenty (20) pounds. 
  13. Can be augmented with a hearing aid.
  14. Climb steps repeatedly.
  15. Perform daily duties including: cleaning ash urn, vacuum carpeted areas, dust furniture and equipment, polish furniture and bright equipment and sweep and mop tile, brick and concrete areas.

 MENTAL - Must be able to:

 

  1. Communicate directly with management, staff and guests.
  2. Understand and comply with Policies and Procedures, Job Description, daily memorandums, chemical labels and other instructions.
  3. Must be able to work under stressful conditions.

  

PREREQUISITES/PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

 

High school diploma or GED equivalent required. Previous cleaning experience preferred. Knowledge of cleaning chemicals. Good oral communication skills.

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EVS Metropolis 3-30-2021
Lindsey Funeral Home
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People skills a must!!  Job will consist of greeting customers as they come in the door as well as answering phones and computer and filing work. Prior experience in office clerical work a big plus! Hours are Monday thru Friday primarily 9am till 3pm. Position is a part time postion with the company.  

/ Understanding of Microsoft Word and Excel. Great communication skills on phone and in person. Good organizer.
Front Desk Receptionist Paducah 6-24-2021
Community Financial Services Bank
CFSB is Western Kentucky's Community Bank! At Community Financial Services Bank, we offer team members the opportunity to grow and be challenged. As an industry leader, our goals are to provide excellent service, develop unparalleled products, utilize progressive technology, and efficiently deliver results. To achieve these goals, we constantly seek people who look for ways to do things better. / Banking /

The purpose of this position is to assist in maintaining network security for CFSB through continued network monitoring, to assist in maintaining a network review program to test control parameters, to educate CFSB team members on traditional and emerging threats and best practices, and to review relationships with third parties on a scheduled basis.

Essential Functions:

-Review and Analyze Daily Information Security Reports
-Monitor and Maintain Network Security Systems
-Monitor AS400 Environment and review AS400 Security Reports
-Investigate, track, and report on incidents and anomalous activity
-Complete Scheduled Information Security Audits and Risk Assessments
-Assist with preparation of quarterly Audit Committee Report & IT Steering Committee Report
-Assist with conducting internal phishing and social engineering testing
-Assist in development and implementation of Team Member training
-Assist with vulnerability scanning, tracking, remediation, and reporting
-Review, track, and report on Patch Management efforts
-Complete all tasks and trainings before deadlines
-Learn and comply with all established CFSB policies, procedures, and standards
-Perform other duties as requested by the Team Leader

 

/ IT, Information Security, Risk Assessments, TSM, Cyber Security
Information Security Analyst Benton 5-28-2021
The Paducah Bank & Trust Company
www.paducahbank.com / Banking /

General Summary/Purpose

Internal Audit supports management’s commitment to a sound internal control structure, provides reasonable assurance to management that the internal control structure can be relied upon to mitigate the inherent risks, and provides an objective and independent review of the operations of the Company. 

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities

 

#1        Detailed Audit Testing and Follow-Up                                               

Conduct internal audit testing under the supervision of the Internal Auditor on all areas of the Bank based on the annual audit risk assessment and audit schedule.  Document procedures prescribed by audit programs in a meaningful and consistent format.  Document conclusions reached and exceptions noted based on the testing results.  Perform follow-up testing on prior audit findings when appropriate. 

 

#2        Assist External Auditors with Testing and Data Collection               

Collect requested information and perform procedures for various external auditors conducting engagements for the Bank.  Provide information to external auditors in the requested manner and format.

 

#3        Detailed Compliance Testing                                                             

Conduct compliance testing of specified areas rated as low risk by the Bank’s compliance auditors.  Document work performed in a meaningful and consistent manner.

 

#4        Report Review                                                                                   

Assist Internal Auditor with review of system reports related to activity, internal risks, and control functions.

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Internal Audit Specialist Paducah 3-30-2021
Chicken Salad Chick Paducah
Chicken Salad Chick is THE place for chicken salad lovers to rejoice! We’ve taken this Southern favorite to a whole new level with over 12 flavors of chicken salad served from the heart. / Restaurant-Fast Casual /

At Chicken Salad Chick, we are always keeping an eye out for applicants who are friendly, enthusiastic, and who genuinely enjoy serving guests. Our Purpose is to Spread Joy, Enrich Lives, and Serve Others.  Team members who work at Chicken Salad Chick are given skills and life experiences that go beyond serving a great product in a friendly environment. The experiences we can provide you are an excellent stepping-stone to a successful future in the world of business. We also offer many other great benefits such as:

  • A fun work environment where you can positively influence others.
  • Flexible schedules which include being closed on Sundays And closing daily at 8:00 - no late nights!
  • Learn first-hand from an experienced Owner/Operator that cares about you personally and is actively involved in the community.
  • Leadership opportunities to gain real world management experience to help you reach your professional goals.
We are looking for applicants who exhibit the following qualities:
  • Consistency and Reliability
  • Cheerful and Positive Attitude
  • Values Teamwork
  • Loves Serving and Helping Others
Kitchen Prep/Production Team Members prepare a variety of products including over 12 different flavors of chicken salad, pimento cheeses, side salads, and other food products using a variety of equipment and utensils.  Strict adherence to CSC standards for recipes, speed of service goals, and product quality is required.  Kitchen Prep/Production Team Members must maintain kitchen cleanliness, sanitation, and food safety at all times.
 
Kitchen Prep/Production Team Members must be available to start work each day at 7:00 AM.
/ restaurant, kitchen, prep, flexible, part-time, full-time, Paducah
Kitchen Prep Team Paducah 5-17-2021
Chicken Salad Chick Paducah
Chicken Salad Chick is THE place for chicken salad lovers to rejoice! We’ve taken this Southern favorite to a whole new level with over 12 flavors of chicken salad served from the heart. / Restaurant-Fast Casual /
At Chicken Salad Chick, we are always keeping an eye out for applicants who are friendly, enthusiastic, and who genuinely enjoy serving guests. Our Purpose is to Spread Joy, Enrich Lives, and Serve Others.  Team members who work at Chicken Salad Chick are given skills and life experiences that go beyond serving a great product in a friendly environment. The experiences we can provide you are an excellent stepping-stone to a successful future in the world of business. We also offer many other great benefits such as:
  • A fun work environment where you can positively influence others.
  • Flexible schedules which include being closed on Sundays And closing daily at 8:00 - no late nights!
  • Learn first-hand from an experienced Owner/Operator that cares about you personally and is actively involved in the community.
  • Leadership opportunities to gain real world management experience to help you reach your professional goals.
  • We are looking for applicants who exhibit the following qualities:
    • Consistency and Reliability
    • Cheerful and Positive Attitude
    • Values Teamwork
    • Loves Serving and Helping Others
    Kitchen Sandwich Line Team Members prepare a variety of Guest orders (dine-in, drive-thru, and carry out) with products including over 12 different flavors of chicken salad, pimento cheeses, side salads, soups, cookies, desserts, and other food products using a variety of equipment and utensils.  Strict adherence to CSC standards for recipes, speed of service goals, and product quality is required.  Kitchen Sandwich Line Team Members must maintain kitchen cleanliness, sanitation, and food safety at all times.
/ part-time, full-time, Paducah
Kitchen Sandwich Line Team Member Paducah 5-17-2021
Whitlow, Roberts, Houston & Straub
/ Law Office /

Looking for a full time legal secretary with a minimum of 3 - 5 years previous secretarial experience in the legal field. Candidate will be working in the litigation practice area handling various secretarial functions that include:  transcription, co-ordination of court filings(including e-filings), scheduling and co-ordinating meetings, calendaring, file management, copying, scanning, document production and editing, etc. Candidate must have excellent communication and organizational skills.  

/ Reliable, trustworthy, flexible, organized, detail-oriented, great verbal and written communication skills, and excellent secretarial skills
Legal Secretary Paducah 6-14-2021
The Papillion Center
The Papillion Center is a faith-based, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) counseling/therapeutic center with a sliding fee scale that utilizes specialized techniques to bring about hope and healing to children and families in hard places. Specializing in Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, attachment disorders, and early childhood trauma, we provide services to families and individuals of all ages, but specifically focus on families with children from ages 0-18. One of our foundational principles revolves around an attachment-based, trauma-informed connection known as Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI). We believe that effective interventions must focus on the whole child - their behaviors, emotions, thoughts, relationships, ecologies, and physiology. TBRI is a foundational perspective within our organization, allowing us to better meet the critical needs of our valued clients. / Healthcare / Behavioral Health /

POSITION SUMMARY

The Licensed Counselor will provide individual, group, and family counseling to both children and adults in our community.  As an Independent Contractor supporting The Papillion Center in Paducah, KY, you will possess the flexibility to determine your weekly schedule while working on a clinical team of professionals.  The ideal candidate will love working with people and have a great deal of patience and empathy for our clients.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Manages a caseload of clients and provides ongoing mental health treatment
  • Establishes therapeutic rapport with individuals while providing them with family and individual therapy services
  • Possesses and maintains the necessary professional licensure(s) required by the State of Kentucky
  • Effectively communicates and collaborates with team members and clientele
  • Stays organized and maintains an adequate caseload at all times
  • Completes assessments, treatment plans, reviews, and session notes within specified timeframe(s)
  • Provides a safe, trusting, and secure environment for clients and efficiently documents all communications with clientele
  • Performs basic Microsoft Word processing tasks and navigates electronic health records systems
  • Maintains confidentiality of documentation/files and all communications with clientele (written and verbal)
  • Adheres to organizational policies, procedures and professional code of ethics
  • Willing to participate in necessary training programs relating to Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) and Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
  • Attends on-site weekly staff meetings as scheduled
  • Additional duties as assigned by Management

MINIMUM KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES

  • Previous experience in mental health counseling or other related fields preferred
  • Possesses knowledge of rules, regulations, and laws pertaining to the care and treatment of mental/behavior disorders and/or intellectually disabled
  • Positive, eager to learn, willing to cooperate
  • Self-motivated with ability to work both independently and under direct supervision
  • Adaptable and comfortable in a fast-paced, changing environment
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Exceptional organizational skills
  • Able to navigate and utilize computer software 

REQUIRED EDUCATION, CERTIFICATIONS, AND LICENSURES

  • Graduate of an accredited college or university with a master’s degree in a behavioral science, special education, or a related field
  • Appropriate license to practice mental health therapy in the state of Kentucky (e.g., Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC), Licensed Mental Health Practitioner (LMHP), Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW), Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor (LCPC), Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor of Mental Health (LPCC), Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC), Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist (LMFT), etc.)
  • Able to complete and successfully pass a criminal background screen and a professional license verification
  • Willing to work with clients from different cultural backgrounds and interpreters

HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates should review these requirements in detail to ensure minimum qualifications are met.  Applicants can email their resume to Ms. Erin Goodman at erin@papillioncenter.org or may apply online by clicking HERE.

 For questions, or to receive additional information, please contact Ms. Erin Goodman, Therapist & Executive Director of The Papillion Center: 

Phone: 270-933-1908; Email: erin@papillioncenter.org

 

The Papillion Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Positions are offered based on job qualifications regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, pregnancy, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran’s or victimization status, or any other protected class.

/ Licensed Therapist, Counselor, Counseling, Behavioral Health, Mental Health Treatment, Therapy
Licensed Therapist Paducah 6-14-2021
WoodmenLife
WoodmenLife was founded in 1890. Our home office is in Omaha, NE. / Life Insurance and Financial Services /

This job requires engaging individuals for the purpose of selling life insurance products as well as 401(K) rollovers and other financial products.  Appropriate insurance licenses are required to sell our products.  If an individual is not licensed, we assist in getting them licensed.  We offer excellent training and a flexible schedule after the initial training period.  This is a full time position with full benefits of health, disability, dental, vision, and retirement.

/ The successful candidate will be good with people, teachable, and have a strong work ethic. Being organized and strongly connected in the community are definite advantages for the person seeking to be successful.
Life Insurance Agent Paducah 7-5-2021
Cornerstone of Hope, Inc.
Cornerstone of Hope, Inc. is a nonprofit employment agency sustaining other nonprofits. / Human Services /

Cornerstone of Hope, Inc. (COH) provides administrative and staffing services to non-profit organizations in the Western Kentucky Region. As such, COH has a Mental Health Therapist position available to be assigned to work at the Merryman House located in Paducah, KY.

EXPERIENCE

1. Required Skills/Abilities

*Display strong and defined clinical skills, specific comfort and expertise in treatment of trauma, and commitment to the provision of trauma informed services;
*Independent judgment and appropriate decision making skills;
*Proficiency in general computer skills: Microsoft Office, Outlook, electronic health records;
*Ability to adhere to strict deadlines and maintain highest level of confidentiality;
*Strong time-management, organization and problem-solving skills;
*Professional level oral and written communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills.

2. Preferred Education: Graduate Degree in psychology, counseling, social work, or related field. Current, valid state license to practice in respective field.

3. Preferred Experience: One year or more experience with victim services.

JOB SUMMARY

Under the guidance of the Merryman House Staff Psychologist, the Mental Health Therapist is responsible for the provision of clinical services to Merryman House Domestic Crisis Center (MHDCC) clients across the Purchase Region of Western Kentucky. These services may include, but are not limited to: Initial and comprehensive intakes, administration and interpretation of psychological assessments, goal setting, treatment planning, individual and group psychotherapy, psycho-education, crisis intervention, safety planning, referrals, and consultations. The Mental Health Therapist will collaborate with departments at the MHDCC in order to provide efficient and effect wrap around services for clients.

JOB DUTIES

1. Professionalism

*Adheres to all applicable guidelines and regulations, including maintaining confidentiality in accordance to laws and regulations, clinical policies and procedures, and ethical guidelines set by licensure;
*Utilizes evidenced-based practices and treatment for clients;
*Behaves in an ethical manner and maintains personal & professional integrity;
*Maintains thorough, accurate and appropriate record keeping in accordance with company policy.

2. Initiative

*Ensures practices are conducive to the development of rapport and trust while observing boundaries;
*Demonstrates an understanding of patient needs when devising and implementing treatment;
*Assists Senior Management in defining and reviewing clinical services and trauma informed practices across the agency;
*Provides feedback to and collaborates with other service providers in a comprehensive case review of clients;
*Provides consultation to other direct service providers as requests regarding clinical needs and psychoeducation;
*Seeks clarification and additional guidance or supervision promptly when needed;
*Takes initiatives to solve problems;
*Provides suggestions for improvement in processes, services, etc., as needed.
*Supports agency fundraising events and community awareness efforts as requested;
*Assists in staffing the Department of Essential and Crisis Services when required to support the mission of the organization;

3. Timeliness

*Utilizes time management skills to maintain a schedule that allows for consistent appointments for clients;
*Prioritizes tasks to ensure proper treatment and assessment of clients;
*Consistently reviews the progress of treatment and determines realistic goals for psychotherapy
*Submits reports, feedback, and documentation by or before applicable deadlines;
*Assists Staff Psychologist in reviewing services offered through clinical department and reflects to improve and increase access to services.

4. Knowledgeable

*Understands the effects of domestic violence and the intersection of mental health and domestic violence;
*Promotes trauma-informed organizational culture and works to ensure these principles are followed;
*Stays abreast of current practices and trends involving domestic violence, mass violence, and their effects, as well as effective, evidenced based clinical treatments;
*Attends trainings and obtains Continuing Education Units relevant to position and license held;
*Assists in modeling and training staff, community, and clients in trauma informed care, trauma responses, and treatment, as assigned.

5. Integrity

*Provides victim and community services without bias or prejudice;
*Accepts personal responsibility;
*As a licensed professional within the agency, exhibits a "lead by example" mindset, provides feedback to direct services providers and Directors as needed on the adherence to MHDCC's mission and guidelines;
*Displays a personal understanding of the effects of systems' responses to domestic and mental health;
*Works to improve the accessibility to services and empower victims of crime to gain independence.

6. Productivity and Quality of Work

*Verifies clinical services are consistent with trauma informed and evidenced based practices, funder requirements, regulations, and all relevant guidelines;
*Provides individual therapy, psycho-education, crisis intervention, safety planning and referrals to victims of crime;
*Administers and interprets psychological assessments, as needed.
*Provides educational and support groups/services, as assigned;
*Conducts trainings for other professionals on appropriate care for domestic violence/crime victims, as needed;
*Maintains ethical and proper documentation of services;
*Contributes to staffing in the Department of Crisis and Essential Services as required;
*Participates in events sponsored by MHDCC and/or MCRC as required (e.g., PaDucky Derby, Rodeo, etc.).

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Mental Health Therapist Paducah 5-20-2021
Paducah McCracken Co Convention & Expo Center
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SUMMARY
Supervise and coordinate the planning, oversight, evaluation and operational needs of all events and
workers engaged in converting facility to accommodate ongoing building event load, custodial services,
maintenance, mechanical reports, preventative maintenance and repair plans, development and
coordination of service contracts and projects.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: include the following. Other duties and responsibilities
may be assigned.
1. Hire, train, supervise, and evaluate skilled and semi-skilled workers engaged in setup, operation,
and tear down of event related equipment, maintenance and custodial services.
2. Integrate the conversion and maintenance activities with the customer service and programming
activities of the facilities.
3. Inspect and evaluate physical condition of facility and equipment to keep building up to date and
report recommendations of updates to supervisor.
4. Monitor expenses; prepare budgets for labor, materials and services necessary for conversion,
maintenance and custodial activities.
5. Maintain relationships with various agencies (contractors, fire inspection, elevator, sprinklers, etc)
to accomplish compliance with codes and to resolve building maintenance needs and concerns.
6. Assign work projects to staff and provide direction to improve methods and productivity.
7. Analyze event information to meet users’ equipment and service needs, prepares staff schedules
and work plans for setup, operation, and tear down crews.
8. Analyze operations data and recommend building modification, updated equipment, or changes in
operating procedures to maximize energy efficiency.
9. Establish and execute preventive maintenance on all equipment and systems to insure proper
working order and carry out repairs where needed. Develop and maintain necessary records and
reports such as: equipment and supply inventories, accident and damage reports, monthly
expense and activity reports, and personnel records.
10. Perform ground maintenance by picking up trash on grounds, removes snow from
doorways/walkways, spreads ice melting materials, trims grass and maintains trees.
11. Assist in and oversee that maintenance activities are executed in a safe and professional manner.
12. Oversee that all events are coordinated and executed in a professional and safe manner.
13. Customer Focus: Dedicated to meeting and/or exceeding the expectations and requirements of
internal and external customers.
14. Integrity and Trust: Widely trusted and is seen as a truthful individual who keeps confidences,
admits mistakes, doesn’t misrepresent him/herself and is highly respectful of others.
15. Communication: Consistently exhibits courteous, respectful, non-defensive and appropriate
communications and presents information in a concise and understandable format.
16. Teamwork: Works cooperatively with others in the accomplishment of joint tasks and common
objectives. Contributes to a positive work environment, fosters collaboration and provides a
tangible contribution.

 

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

Directly supervise employees in the Operations Department. Carry out managerial responsibilities in
accordance with the organization's policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing,
hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; appraising performance;
rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems.


QUALIFICATIONS
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. To
perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty and responsibility
satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to
perform the essential functions.


EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
1. The candidate must have a two-year degree or two years of experience in building conversion
activities and mechanical repair. Other combinations of training and/or experience that can be
demonstrated to result in the possession of knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to perform
the duties of this position will also be considered.
2. Must possess the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
3. Thorough knowledge of methods, practices, equipment and machinery used in setups, operation
and teardowns of general public facility maintenance procedures.
4. Knowledge and ability to execute safety programs.
5. Need to have considerable knowledge of the operation of plumbing, heating, ventilation and
other mechanical, electrical and building systems.
6. Working knowledge of occupational hazards and of necessary safety precautions. Must be able
to operate forklift, scrubber, skid steer, and other standard tools and equipment.
7. Working knowledge of occupational hazards and of necessary safety precautions.
8. Ability to hire, supervise, train necessary staff.
9. Ability to develop budget recommendations and to prepare and maintain records relative to event
labor costs.
10. Must be able to utilize standard computer systems for both building (HVAC, fire, etc) and
administrative (word processing, spreadsheets, etc.) purposes.
11. Ability to work with minimal supervision, establish priorities, and prepare budgets.


LANGUAGE SKILLS
1. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance
instructions, and procedure manuals.
2. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence.
3. Ability to deal effectively and courteously with lessees, user groups, their representatives and the
general public.
4. Ability to speak and understand English.


MATHEMATICAL SKILLS
1. Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers,
common fractions, and decimals.
2. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs.


REASONING ABILITY
1. Ability to maintain a calm, composed presence in an often fast-paced environment where
multiple tasks, events and stimulus may occur simultaneously.
2. Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions.
3. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.


CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS
1. Applicant must possess current, valid driver’s license.

 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to
successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to
enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
1. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; reach with
hands and arms; climb or balance; walk, sit, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; and talk or hear.
2. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move
more than 100 pounds.
3. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision,
peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.
4. Must be flexible with hours including nights, weekends and holidays.
5. Ability to work varied schedules under diverse conditions and according to sometimes-stringent
time schedules.


WORK ENVIRONMENT
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters
while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
1. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is frequently exposed to moving
mechanical parts and high, precarious places.
2. The employee is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals,
outside weather conditions, risk of electrical shock, and vibration.
3. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

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Operations Manager Paducah 3-29-2021
Pilgrim's
For over six decades, Pilgrim’s has produced healthy, high-quality food products that go into some of the world’s finest recipes. Working with approximately over 4,000 family farms throughout the U.S. and Mexico, we are dedicated to providing these wholesome, high-quality products at a great value. As the second-largest chicken producer in the world Pilgrim’s has the capacity to process more than 34 million birds per week for a total of more than over 7 billion pounds of live chicken annually. With corporate headquarters located in Greeley, Colorado, we have operations in 12 U.S. states as well as in Mexico and Puerto Rico. We are committed to the 35,000 plus team members who work with us to provide products to foodservice, retail and frozen entrée customers. The company’s primary distribution is through retailers, foodservice distributors and restaurants as well as through the export of chicken products to customers all over the world. Pilgrim's Pride is a part of the JBS USA family. JBS S.A., the world's largest protein company, owns 75.5% of our outstanding common stock. / Poultry Processing /

PRODUCTION JOB DESCRIPTIONS & REQUIREMENTS

 

ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Processes product using tools (to include knives), manual labor, and equipment provided in accordance with USDA and Pilgrim’s Company product standards and procedures.
  • Process product according to operating procedures and quality/quantity expectations.
  • Observes equipment operation, notifying appropriate personnel of any malfunctions and/or safety issues/concerns.
  • Clean and organized work area.
  • Assist others with the skills and knowledge gained from the position.
  • Observes all company personnel, quality, safety, and food safety policies. Maintains a positive work atmosphere by acting and communicating in a manner so that you work effectively and cooperatively with customers, clients, co-workers, and leadership teams.
  • Recognizes and acts on incidents and safety risks. Consistently practices and enforces safe work habits and drives those habits throughout the organization.
  • Participates in process improvement and problem solving utilizing continuous improvement and rational thinking methodologies.
  • Follow all company animal welfare guidelines.
  • Other duties as directed.

 

EDUCATIONAL REQUIREMENT: High school diploma or equivalent (GED) preferred, but not required.

 

BASIC SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Ability to comprehend simple instructions
  • Ability to apply common sense.
  • Ability to deal with problems involving a few concrete variables in standardized situations.
  • Ability to work in cool temperatures (around 40 degrees)
  • Ability to stand and use hands for 8-11 hours per day
  • Ability to multitask and work quickly
  • Must be a team player and be willing to work close to other employees at some stations. (Less than 3 feet apart.)
  • Must have good communication skills.
  • Good hand and eye coordination required.
  • High School diploma or G.E.D. preferred.
  • Food or production experience preferred.

  

EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled

Pilgrim’s wants YOU to join our hourly production team! Positions start at $14 - $18 hour and we are offering a SIGN-ON BONUS!

 

Benefits include:

  • Medical, dental and vision insurance
  • 401K contributions
  • Better Futures Program –2 Year Community College tuition paid for you or your dependents!
  • Opportunity to grow your career through our Supervisor Development Program

 

 

At Pilgrim’s, Safety Is A Condition, which means the safety of our team members comes first - always. This includes increased safety measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, such as enhanced cleaning and sanitation, face coverings, temperature screens and plexi-glass or plastic barriers. We are also working to secure vaccine availability for our Team Members.

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Production Hourly 1st & 3rd Hickory 5-17-2021
Swift & Staley, Inc.
/ Contractors - Local, Gov't, State /

POSITION SUMMARY

Under general supervision, the incumbent provides high level day-to-day administrative support for the Swift & Staley Team (SST) and performs a diverse scope of office-related duties for assigned work units throughout the organization.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

(Other duties may be assigned.)

  • Provides high-level administrative support and performs a full range of unique duties in accordance with established procedures and guidelines
  • Demonstrates accuracy, judgment, initiative, discretion, and flexibility
  • Coordinates, attends, and participates in various meetings as requested
  • Gathers/organizes material and information for meetings, coordinates items for the agenda, identifies audio/visual and other logistical support needs, sets up meeting space, and distributes material to participants prior to meetings
  • Takes, prepares, and distributes minutes of meetings as requested by management; may prepare other meeting materials that require specialized knowledge of the assigned function
  • Researches, summarizes, and analyzes information; calculates statistics and compiles data to prepare special and recurring reports containing specialized or sensitive information following management’s direction; selects relevant information from a variety of sources
  • Prepares deliverables, correspondence, reports, or other documents from rough drafts or other sources; corrects grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors; edits wording without changing intended message
  • Submits deliverables, correspondence and reports for submittal to SST Project Manager and/or DOE as appropriate
  • Maintains calendar(s) for assigned staff, as requested; regularly prioritizes and arranges meetings, conferences, and appointments; arranges necessary travel reservations and itineraries; anticipates and prepares background materials needed requiring application of specialized knowledge of the assigned function
  • Investigates, evaluates, and resolves issues within scope of position; seeks out advice and counsel from peers and immediate supervisor as appropriate
  • Ensures an effective and efficient communication network with other Project Support personnel
  • Creates purchase orders and check/credit card authorizations as necessary
  • Performs records management functions as requested
  • Updates Master Tracking as necessary upon completion of tasks
  • Performs back-up duties for peers in Project Support
  • Periodically updates the phone list and the accountability list as necessary
  • Maintains a high degree of professionalism and demonstrates confidentiality at all times
  • Processes Work Instructions, Procedures, Plans, and Policies through review, correction, and submission to document control
  • Updates logs for tracking as necessary
  • Maintains files as necessary
  • Performs other duties as assigned

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • None

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND KEY COMPETENCIES

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or comparable field of study is preferred
  • Two plus (2+) years direct applicable experience
  • Exceptional communications skills, both written and verbal
  • Superior organizational skills and dedication to completing projects both accurately and in a timely manner
  • Flexible, dependable, and adaptable
  • Detail oriented and comfortable working in a fast-paced office environment
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of software applications
  • Experienced with Microsoft Outlook and specifically skilled with sending emails, scheduling meetings, and managing multiple calendars

TRAINING, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

  • Must be a citizen of the United States and authorized to work in the US
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to operate a government vehicle
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a Department of Energy “L” security clearance if required by management

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Must be able to meet physical capacity requirements of position as determined by the Occupational Medical Provider
  • Able to wear company-provided personal protection equipment if/when required
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Project Support I Paducah 6-18-2021
Swift & Staley
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POSITION SUMMARY

Under general supervision, the incumbent provides high level day-to-day administrative support for the Swift & Staley Team (SST) and performs a diverse scope of office-related duties for assigned work units throughout the organization.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

(Other duties may be assigned.)

  • Provides high-level administrative support and performs a full range of unique duties in accordance with established procedures and guidelines
  • Demonstrates accuracy, judgment, initiative, discretion, and flexibility
  • Coordinates, attends, and participates in various meetings as requested
  • Gathers/organizes material and information for meetings, coordinates items for the agenda, identifies audio/visual and other logistical support needs, sets up meeting space, and distributes material to participants prior to meetings
  • Takes, prepares, and distributes minutes of meetings as requested by management; may prepare other meeting materials that require specialized knowledge of the assigned function
  • Researches, summarizes, and analyzes information; calculates statistics and compiles data to prepare special and recurring reports containing specialized or sensitive information following management’s direction; selects relevant information from a variety of sources
  • Prepares deliverables, correspondence, reports, or other documents from rough drafts or other sources; corrects grammar, spelling, and punctuation errors; edits wording without changing intended message
  • Submits deliverables, correspondence and reports for submittal to SST Project Manager and/or DOE as appropriate
  • Maintains calendar(s) for assigned staff, as requested; regularly prioritizes and arranges meetings, conferences, and appointments; arranges necessary travel reservations and itineraries; anticipates and prepares background materials needed requiring application of specialized knowledge of the assigned function
  • Investigates, evaluates, and resolves issues within scope of position; seeks out advice and counsel from peers and immediate supervisor as appropriate
  • Ensures an effective and efficient communication network with other Project Support personnel
  • Creates purchase orders and check/credit card authorizations as necessary
  • Performs records management functions as requested
  • Updates Master Tracking as necessary upon completion of tasks
  • Performs back-up duties for peers in Project Support
  • Periodically updates the phone list and the accountability list as necessary
  • Maintains a high degree of professionalism and demonstrates confidentiality at all times
  • Processes Work Instructions, Procedures, Plans, and Policies through review, correction, and submission to document control
  • Updates logs for tracking as necessary
  • Maintains files as necessary
  • Performs other duties as assigned

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • None

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS, EDUCATION, AND KEY COMPETENCIES

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or comparable field of study is preferred
  • Two plus (2+) years direct applicable experience
  • Exceptional communications skills, both written and verbal
  • Superior organizational skills and dedication to completing projects both accurately and in a timely manner
  • Flexible, dependable, and adaptable
  • Detail oriented and comfortable working in a fast-paced office environment
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office suite of software applications
  • Experienced with Microsoft Outlook and specifically skilled with sending emails, scheduling meetings, and managing multiple calendars

TRAINING, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS

  • Must be a citizen of the United States and authorized to work in the US
  • Must have a valid driver’s license and be able to operate a government vehicle
  • Ability to obtain and maintain a Department of Energy “L” security clearance if required by management

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

  • Must be able to meet physical capacity requirements of position as determined by the Occupational Medical Provider
  • Able to wear company-provided personal protection equipment if/when required
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Project Support I (Administrative Support) 7-29-2021
GEO Consultants Corporation
We are GEO Consultants Corporation (GEO); we provide best in class professional services to our clients. Our culture and employee ownership play a major role in supporting that outcome bringing the commitment of an owner to our projects. Committed to job satisfaction, professional growth, and advancement, GEO maintains a culture of teamwork, based on recognizing and combining each employee’s area of expertise. / Engineering consulting /

To review the full position description and how to apply, visit the link below. 

https://geoconsultantscorp.bamboohr.com/jobs/view.php?id=25 

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Quality Assurance Specialist Kevil 6-7-2021
The Paducah Bank & Trust Company
www.paducahbank.com / Banking /

General Summary/Purpose

 

The Residential Mortgage Processor position exists to provide full administrative support in the Residential Mortgage Services department, allowing for the timely processing of residential mortgage loans and the highest quality of customer service to Paducah Bank’s clients. 

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities

 

#1 - Assist in processing loan applications and overall document preparation for residential mortgage loans including conventional, construction, USDA, VA, FHA, and in-house specialty loans.  Duties will include reviewing and verifying financial data provided by Relationship Managers and clients, such as employment length and financial statement accuracy.  Will complete preliminary documentation including loan estimates and early disclosures as well as prepare final documents for closings.  Will work closely with Relationship Managers and Underwriters to ensure Paducah Bank residential loan process is efficient and timely. 

 

#2 - Other administrative tasks and functions related to high-quality client service and relationship management of existing residential mortgage department clients.  Such tasks may be assigned to specifically support the department or the overall operation of the bank.

 

#3 - Active involvement in product and service cross-sell opportunities, and overall bank culture and promotion.

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Residential Mortgage Processor Paducah 3-30-2021
America's Mattress
America’s Mattress has been Paducah’s family owned and operated mattress store for over 12 years. We love our customers so much that we are investing more into our community and expanding into a new location in Paducah. We will soon be known as Happy ZZZ’s Sit in Sleep and will be carrying our full line of mattresses while also adding living room furniture and a rug gallery. Come see us for a better night's sleep! / Retail /

We are growing and are in NEED of new Sales Team Members! Bring in your application to be a part of our EXPLOSIVE growth at our Paducah Store Today!

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Sales Associate Paducah 5-10-2021
Harrah's Metropolis
Looking for a Fun, Exciting and Rewarding Career? Look no further! Harrah's Metropolis Casino and Hotel has the career for you! / Gaming/Hospitality /

POSITION SUMMARY:  Security Officers are responsible for the basic security functions for the casino area and land facilities including superior guest service. 

MINIMUM AGE REQUIREMENTS:  21 years of age 

DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: 

Security Officers are responsible for, but not limited to, the following: 

  1. Assure exceptional customer service to all patrons by communicating in a pleasant, friendly, and professional manner at all times.
  2. Check identification to ensure patrons are 21 years of age or older. 
  3. Provide security and protection for guests and casino property.
  4. Handle all monetary transactions between the Casino Cage and gaming tables in compliance with the Illinois Gaming Board Regulations and as required by Harrah’s Management.
  5. Operate in accordance with established procedures.
  6. Maintain visual surveillance of the Casino Cage and surrounding area.
  7. Replace all boxes of gaming tables after the count has been completed for each shift. Drop boxes are to be taken to the Soft Count room and locked there for proper storage.
  8. Prepare detailed reports on any security related incidents that occur in the casino area, or on land facilities.
  9. Assist injured guests and employees until arrival of First Responders.
  10. Be alert for suspicious persons or disturbing incidents and check for juveniles in the casino and bar areas.
  11. Keep slot areas under close observation at all times to deter slot cheats and purse-snatchers.
  12. React promptly to disturbances at gaming tables, bars, and any other areas where security is required.
  13. Stand by in the Casino Cashier's Cage whenever any non-cage employees are in the cage.
  14. Follow and observe actions of individuals suspected of illegal activities.
  15. Notify the shift supervisor of any suspected illegal activity.
  16. Make every attempt to keep your duties low key and confidential.
  17. Always avoid idle conversation with other casino employees.
  18. Perform any other duties that may be requested by the Shift Supervisor or the Security Manager.
  19. Must assist patrons in answering questions and direct them to areas of safety during emergencies as instructed by management, security or senior management.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 

PHYSICAL - Must be able to: 

  1. Be mobile in all areas of the casino and land facilities. 
  2. Recognize and respond to emergency situations involving fire, smoke, hazardous chemicals and the like. 
  3. Communicate via telephone and two-way radio and wear an earpiece 
  4. Be able to lift up to 20 lbs. 
  5. Communicate verbally, with the general public, hotel guests, and employees. 
  6. Tolerate hot/cold weather conditions. 
  7. Remain on feet for extended periods of time. 
  8. Climb steps repeatedly.

MENTAL - Must be able to: 

  1. Use basic writing skills to complete reports. 
  2. Understand and comply with Policies and Procedures, Job Description, daily memorandums, chemical labels and other instructions. 
  3. Must be able to work under stressful conditions.

 

PREREQUISITES/PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

 

Should be a High School graduate or GED certificate. LOOKING FOR  Must be able to establish and maintain an effective professional working relationship with management, staff, and co-workers; pleasant personality, team oriented and enjoys working with and assisting people.

 

GAMING:

 

Must have the ability to hold an Occupational License as required by the Illinois Gaming Board.

 

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Security Officer Metropolis 6-2-2021
Chicken Salad Chick Paducah
Chicken Salad Chick is THE place for chicken salad lovers to rejoice! We’ve taken this Southern favorite to a whole new level with over 12 flavors of chicken salad served from the heart. / Restaurant-Fast Casual /
At Chicken Salad Chick, we are always keeping an eye out for applicants who are friendly, enthusiastic, and who genuinely enjoy serving guests. Our Purpose is to Spread Joy, Enrich Lives, and Serve Others.  Team members who work at Chicken Salad Chick are given skills and life experiences that go beyond serving a great product in a friendly environment. The experiences we can provide you are an excellent stepping-stone to a successful future in the world of business. We also offer many other great benefits such as:
  • A fun work environment where you can positively influence others.
  • Flexible schedules which include being closed on Sundays.
  • Learn first-hand from an experienced Owner/Operator that cares about you personally and is actively involved in the community.
  • Leadership opportunities to gain real world management experience to help you reach your professional goals.
We are looking for applicants who exhibit the following qualities:
  • Consistency and Reliability
  • Cheerful and Positive Attitude
  • Values Teamwork
  • Loves Serving and Helping Others
Service Team Members perform a variety of duties including greeting/serving Guests (dine-in, drive thru, and carry-out), operating Point of Sale system for order taking, receiving payments, & maintaining cash drawers, beverage preparation, stocking supplies, running orders, and maintaining cleanliness/sanitation standards for service areas and bathrooms. 
/ Restaurant, Part-time, full-time, Paducah
Service Team Member Paducah 5-17-2021
Lotus Children's Advocacy & Sexual Violence Resource Center
Lotus is Kentucky’s designated Children’s Advocacy and Sexual Violence Resource Center for the Purchase Region. Lotus’s mission is to support survivors, strengthen families, and empower communities. Committed to ending child abuse and sexual violence, Lotus works to cultivate safe, equitable, just communities where all persons thrive. / Nonprofit /

Lotus so perfectly symbolizes the exceptional courage, strength, and resilience of survivors. We see the goal of recovery as not only surviving trauma but also opening up to the possibilities of hope, healing, and growth. And like the lotus flower, under the right conditions, the possibilities for growth are limitless. We seek to create a safe, nurturing sanctuary where each survivor and family is met with a clear path to the specialized care and holistic resources they need in order to truly heal and reclaim their lives. At Lotus, our shared values of resilience, empowerment, diversity, equity, and inclusion drive all that we do.

POSITION PURPOSE 

The Sexual Violence Resource Center (SVRC) Therapist serves to facilitate healing and recovery from interpersonal violence for adolescent and adult victims-survivors of sexual violence as well as their supportive family members through the provision of specialized, trauma-informed, and culturally competent mental health services. 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide specialized mental health services and support to adolescent and adult victims-survivors in person and via telehealth.
  • Create mental health focused resources for victims-survivors to promote resilience and strengthen protective factors.
  • Collaborate with SVRC Program staff to provide comprehensive case management.  
  • Ensure documentation of telehealth informed consent, client/caregiver services, phone/telehealth contacts, resources provided, and needs assessed. 
  • Track client services and progress in tracking programs in order to provide information regarding efficacy to Lotus’ funding sources.
  • Engage in feasible professional development opportunities to ensure the highest quality of care to clients is being provided.  
  • Execute communications initiative and tasks as directed.
  • Provision of 24 hour crisis response and medical advocacy as needed.

 

PRIOR EDUCATION AND TRAINING REQUIREMENT

  • Master’s Degree
  • Therapist position require licensure in the state of Kentucky to practice in a mental health discipline. This position also requires knowledge in the administration, scoring, and interpretation of clinical assessment measures.

PRIOR QUALIFICATIONS AND SPECIAL SKILLS REQUIREMENTS 

SVRC Therapist should possess the knowledge and experience to provide assessment-based and empirically-supported specialized outpatient treatment to adolescent and adult victims-survivors of sexual violence and their family members.

POSITION QUALIFICATIONS AND SPECIAL SKILLS

SVRC Therapist positions require licensure in the state of Kentucky to practice in a mental health discipline. This position also requires knowledge in the administration, scoring, and interpretation of clinical assessment measures. A good understanding of trauma-informed treatment, neurological effects of trauma and integrated treatment for sexual violence is recommended. There needs to be evidence of good interpersonal skills and ability to work collaboratively with all types of people. This position also requires an ability to work with people in crisis situations and ability to work effectively under stress. No prior history of criminal behaviors is a requirement.

WORK LOCATION

  • Paducah office and community settings as needed.  

WORK SCHEDULE

  • Monday-Thursday (8:30am-5:00pm) 
  • Friday (9:00am-3:00pm)

TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS

  • Travel to training and outreach events.
/ licensure, clinical assessment, trauma-informed, interpersonal skills, collaboration, crisis management
Therapist Paducah 6-17-2021
Christian Construction Inc.
Contracted Construction company / Construction barge repair /

We are looking for Welders and Fitters to do Barge repair in the shipyards!  6011 Must be willing to travel if needed.  Wage will be discussed due to experience and upon hire. Health benefits are offered.

We have immediate openings in Paducah Kentucky.

If you are interested please come to our office 7 AM to 2 PM or

Send résumé to email address provided, with good contact number.

 

/ Must be able to pass stick well test. Processes… 6011 open process all the way Then 7018 open process all the way And flux core welding experience.
Welder Paducah 6-18-2021
Gospel Mission Worship Center
Gospel Mission Worship Center exists to bring glory to God by making disciples of Jesus Christ. / Religious Organization /

The Worship Leader is a part-time position tasked with planning, preparing for, and leading a thoroughly blended worship service while promoting authentic worship in a way that Christ is honored, and God is glorified. Responsible for directing the choir and the worship teams.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Clear testimony of a life that has trusted in and is walking with Jesus Christ
  • Experience planning, preparing, and leading worship services
  • A heart to lead people in worship and not just lead a worship service
  • Agree with the beliefs and doctrines of Gospel Mission (https://www.gospelmissionworship.com/the-beliefs-and-bylaws)

ABILITIES:

  • Skilled in vocal and instrumental direction and can teach 4-part harmony
  • Can proficiently play an instrument in the worship band (piano, guitar)
  • Quality singing voice and authentic stage presence
  • Experience with the use of technology in worship (lighting, worship software, sound systems, video projection, etc.)
  • Team player with good relational skills and a positive attitude

RESPONSIBILITIES (ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS):
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions upon request.

  • Lead the congregation in worship and direct the flow of the worship service.
  • Develop a weekly order of service in coordination with the pastoral staff each week and communicate in advance to the members of the band and tech team.
  • Direct a weekly rehearsal with the worship team that both prepares for a quality service and develops music to be introduced to the congregation in future services. Schedule choir practice sessions as needed.
  • Ensure that the lighting, sound system, video systems, and worship presentation software are working properly and ready for service.
  • Recruit and/or develop new musicians, singers, and choir members to carry out the weekly needs of the service and prepare for future needs.
  • Engage in the body of the church as an active member by joining a Sunday school and seeking to make connections with members beyond the worship service, and supporting the vision, mission, and pastors of the church.

COMPENSATION:
This is a part-time position paid a bi-weekly salary. The compensation is based on the quality completion of the assigned responsibilities. Expect between 15-20 hours per week.

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Worship Leader Paducah 6-3-2021


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