EVENTS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

Coastal Staffing recruitment event
Coastal Staffing recruitment event
Coastal Staffing is holding a recruitment event for the following positions:
 
  • Utility/Machine Operator (Job ID NY1220796)
  • Warehouse (Job ID NY1223341)
  • Quality Assurance-Food Plant (Job ID NY1223340)
  • Machine Operators-Food Plant (Job ID NY1220797)
  • Warehouse/Forklift-Food Plant (Job ID NY1220799)
  • Maintenance Mechanic-Food Plant (Job ID NY1223345)
  • Digital Press Operator (Job ID NY1220806)
  • General Utility (Job ID NY1223355)
  • Shipping Clerk-Printing Plant (Job ID NY1223352)
Participants are asked to bring a resume and be ready to interview. Must have GED or high school diploma in addition to specific job requirements. Additional information can be found by clicking here and searching by job ID. 

When:
Thursday, August 24
10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Where:
276 Waring Rd.
Rochester, NY 14609
Open interviews for school positions
Open interviews for school positions
TES Staffing will be holding open interviews to find qualified candidates for Rochester City School District, Monroe No.1 BOCES, East Irondequoit School District, various charter schools of Rochester as well as other Greater Rochester Area employers for the upcoming 2017-18 school year.

Open positions include:
 
  • Substitute teacher -- $122/day
  • Special education teacher aides (direct hire, temp to hire and on-call) -- $10-$11/hour
  • Substitute teacher aides/paraprofessionals (on-call and long-term) -- $9.70-$11/hour
  • Substitute lunchroom aides (on-call and long-term) -- $9.70/hour
  • Substitute clerical/administrative support (on-call and long-term) -- $11-$13/hour

Applications for these positions can also be found here.

When:
Tuesday, August 16 and Tuesday, August 23
10:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Where:
TES Staffing Office
1150 University Ave. Building #5
Rochester, NY 14607
 
Information session at Monroe Community College
Information session at Monroe Community College
Looking for a new career? Participants will learn more about how they can train to enter the exciting field of advanced manufacturing through the accelerated precision tooling and mechatronics programs. Scholarships and financial aid available to those who qualify. Upon successful completion of either credit-based program, candidates will have in-demand skills desired by hundreds of local businesses.

Mechatronics Certificate
•        Unique, interdisciplinary program designed in partnership with industry leaders.
•        Program combines the principles of electrical-mechanical and computer control used by highly skilled maintenance technicians working in automated manufacturing.
•        Learn the most current processes and techniques and work on new, high-tech equipment.
•        Graduate well-prepared for success in today’s manufacturing job market.
 
Accelerated Precision Tooling Certificate
•        One of the best-equipped college machining programs in New York state.
•        Program provides first-hand experience with the most current techniques and technology.
•        In just 22 weeks, you will graduate with a certificate and highly sought skills that prepare you for immediate employment.

For more information or to register for either of these sessions, please contact Christina Bakewicz at cbakewicz@monroecc.edu. Those interested in attending the information session can register online.

When:
Tuesday, September 5
3:00 p.m.

Where:
Monroe Community College’s Applied Technologies Center
2485 West Henrietta Road
Rochester NY 14623
Soft skills for the workplace
Soft skills for the workplace
The Mental Health Association is presenting a six-week workshop to build soft skills for employment. The sessions include topics such as professionalism, effective communication, building relationships, time management and problem solving.

These sessions will provide participants with the tools needed to become effective in the workplace and in everyday life. Sessions meet weekly for six weeks, every Thursday from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. The first session will be held Thursday, August 24.

Class is free but registration is required. To register, contact the Mental Health Association at (585) 325-3145.
Project Homeless Connect Rochester
Project Homeless Connect Rochester

This event will connect homeless people with critical services in a "one-stop" venue. The event brings together a wide range of community agencies and professionals to provide the homeless with access to health care, social services, legal advice, food, medical care and much more - all within a caring and safe environment.

More information about the event can be found here.

When:
Thursday, September 14
8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Where:
Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial
100 Exchange Blvd.
Rochester, NY 14614

Free urgent care clinic for adults
Free urgent care clinic for adults
St. Luke’s Tabernacle Community Church will be hosting a free clinic every Wednesday from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. The clinic offers physical exams and urgent care for adults without medical insurance. Patient care advocates are available for all medical, legal and community needs. No appointments needed, and patients are seen on a first-come, first-served basis.
 
More information can be found here or by email at URWell_ClinicDirectors@urmc.rochester.edu.
 
When:
Wednesdays in July and August
6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
 
Where:
St. Luke Tabernacle Community Church
1261 Dewey Ave.
Rochester, NY 14613
 
HEAP Cooling Assistance Component applications
HEAP Cooling Assistance Component applications
The 2016-2017 Home Energy Assistance Program will provide eligible applicants with up to $800 toward the purchase and installation of an air conditioner to keep their home cool. The program opened on May 1 and will run through August 31 or until funds are exhausted. There is limited funding for this program and applications will be accepted and processed on a first-come, first-served basis. 
 
Applications for assistance from the Cooling Assistance Component (CAC) will be handled by the MCDHS HEAP Unit at 111 Westfall Rd.  For more information on this program or to apply for assistance, applicants can call the MCDHS HEAP Unit at (585) 753-6477 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
 
Information on eligibility guidelines can be found here.
 
Free computer classes
Free computer classes
The Monroe County Library System will be offering a series of free computer classes at various locations around the county, running through August 23. The classes include basic computer skills, resume help and online job searches.
 
Full information about classes and locations can be found here.
 
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