Buffalo Employment and Training Center

Contact Us | FAQs | Site Map | Disclaimer  

 


Announcements/News
Job Seeker Services
Employer/Business Services
Youth Services
school
vet
ex
Calendar of Events
Location Map
Search
BETC Home






WorkSourceOne

Workforce New York


BETC Accessibility Services


 

 

Announcements/News

 

 

 

 


For closing due to weather conditions we would like to inform you that our announcements for the BETC will be  broadcast on:

WKBW Channel 7

WGRZ Channel 2

WBEN 930 AM Radio

look for our office listed as:

Buffalo Employment & Training Center (BETC)

______________________________________________________________

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT

 

SOLAR CITY JOB INFORMATIONAL SESSION AT B.E.T.C

Mayor Byron Brown, the New York State Department of Labor and B.E.T.C will host Dan Harvey, Director of People Empowerment at Solar City Buffalo for a Public Information Session for Job Seeking Customers on Wednesday August 26th from 2:00-4:00 PM at The Buffalo Employment and Training Center located at 77 Goodell, Buffalo NY.

The Buffalo Employment and Training Center (BETC) brings together a variety of workforce development organizations and partner agencies with a primary goal of assisting residents of Buffalo and Erie County to gain employment and assist employers in finding qualified workers.

The purpose of the Center is to conveniently bring employment, training and other workforce services to residents and employers in a one-stop environment. The Center is open to anyone seeking employment.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Sharon at The Buffalo Employment and Training Center at 716-856-8139 ext. 3137 or email at BETC@WDCinc.org.

 

__________________________________________________________

  

Career  Navigator

Definition - Training Program

For

Job Search Survival & Success

About the Career Navigator Program:

·         Learn how to redefine your skills to fit existing and emerging industries and occupations.

      Learn to incorporate successful marketing techniques that will get your message out to the people that make the hiring decisions.

      Navigate the obstacles and challenges of our changing economy and learn the new rules of job search.

      Master the ability to successfully transition into new directions of employment and control future career paths.

 

Dates: October 26-30th 2015

Time: 8:30am-4:30pm

Location: Buffalo Employment &

Training One-Stop Center

BETC

77 Goodell St.

Workshop #2

Buffalo, NY 14203

716-856-5627

Career Navigator Program

Success of program from July 2010 —June 2011

370 completed program (95%)

— 41% reported new employment

— New employment secured within 96 days of class (average)

— Average age: 50

1% increase in salary

 

Contact: Phyllis DePronio for information.

pdepronio@wdcinc.org

819-9845 X 119

 ______________________________________________________

 

August 25, 2015

America’s Job Exchange Hot Jobs for Today!
Administrative Support Specialist

MECHANIC, Non-Union

Weighmaster - Customer Service Support

Diesel Mechanic

These are federal contractors who are proactively looking to hire veterans in support of their VEVRAA compliance requirements as well as qualified candidates with disabilities and other underrepresented communities like minorities and women.

For details, please go to:

www.americasjobexchange.com

 

August 25, 2015
FINANCIAL ANALYST (HUMAN RESOURCES)
– WILLIAMSVILLE, NY

National Fuel Gas Company (NYSE: NFG) is a multi-billion dollar diversified energy company.  The Company holds assets that span nearly every facet of the natural gas industry, including Utility, Pipeline and Storage, Exploration and Production and Energy Marketing.  National Fuel’s history dates to the earliest days of the natural gas and oil industry in the United States, and the Company has been responsible for many industry firsts. 

National Fuel is currently seeking a Financial Analyst to join the Human Resources team at our Williamsville, NY headquarters.  The Financial Analyst will be actively involved in the financial reporting of employee benefit costs and obligations and the monitoring of related internal process controls.  The key responsibilities for the Financial Analyst include the following:

•           Account for retiree pension and medical benefits obligations and work with actuaries to ensure proper financial reporting

•           Track 401(k), medical and life insurance benefit costs and accurately record in financial statements

•           Preparation of benefit-related journal entries and budgets and monthly reconciliation of employee benefits to the general ledger

•           Compilation and analysis of financial and statistical data for administrative reporting, contract negotiations and program/vendor evaluations

•           Development of statistical models for benefit cost impact scenarios

•           Interface with employees, auditors and external vendors regarding benefit programs

•           Coordinate proper payment to third party benefits administrators

•           Preparation of data/reports for non-discrimination testing, surveys, claims analysis and special requests

This position requires a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance and 5-7 years of accounting or benefits experience.  A MBA degree and/or CPA license is preferred.  Prior experience with employee benefit plan accounting and audited ERISA benefit plans is strongly preferred.  The successful candidate must possess exceptional analytical skills, outstanding attention to detail and excellent verbal and written communication skills.  The ability to successfully manage simultaneous projects of varied topics and complexities is critical to success in this position.  Candidates for this position must be able to design complex spreadsheets and numerical analysis and have experience with preparing journal entries and month-end account reconciliations.

National Fuel offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package.  Any candidate offered a position with National Fuel will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment drug test.  For confidential consideration, please submit your resume, cover letter and academic transcripts by September 8, 2015 to:

National Fuel

Human Resources, Position #15-049NY

6363 Main Street

Williamsville, NY 14221

jobs@natfuel.com

Please reference position #15-049NY in the subject line of your email

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER MINORITIES, WOMEN, DISABLED, PROTECTED VETERANS


August 25, 2015

NYS Dept. of Labor Hot Jobs for the Week of

Aug. 25, 2015

Harbor Freight Tools – Hamburg

Come to the Hiring Event

At the Buffalo Career Center, 284 Main St. (Conf. Room A)

Fri., Aug. 28, Tues., Sept. 1 or Wed., Sept. 2, from 9am-3pm

PART-TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLE! 35 RETAIL CLERK OPENINGS!

Apply online before attending one of the sessions -- www.hftcareers.com – Search: Hamburg

------------------------------------------------------------------------

NY1141843. Lockport. CASHIERS. PT. Days and hours to be arranged. Home Depot. Bilingual a plus --- Provide outstanding and quick checkout service to customers at registers. No educational or experience requirements listed. OPEN RECRUITMENT Thurs., Sept. 3, 10am SHARP! Lockport WorksourceOne Center, 272 South Transit St.

------------------------------------------------------------------------

Rosina Food Products Information Session

(Open Interviews following event)

Wed., Sept. 16 – 10am SHARP!!

Location: Buffalo Career Center, 284 Main St.

Openings:

Machine Operators (NY1142108), Sanitation Associates (NY1142479),

General Production Associates (NY1142132)

Need GED/high school diploma and minimum of 3 months’ manufacturing experience.

CALL FOR A RESERVATION: 716-851-2759

------------------------------------------------------------------------

NY1142034. Buffalo. COUNSELOR. FT. M-F. 3 days: 9am-5pm; 2 days: Noon-8pm. 40 hrs./wk. Benefits. Need BA Degree in Criminal Justice or Social Work and two (2) years' related experience or 3 years' work experience in criminal justice or social work. Must be able to work flexible hours. Valid driver's license required. Will maintain regular personal contact with assigned clients and provide counseling/case management on a regular basis.

Starting wage: $27,081/yr. 

NY1142025. Marilla. MECHANIC/AUTO TECHNICIAN. FT. M-F. 1st shift. 40 hrs./wk. Vacation time, holidays and clothing allowance. Looking for an A-Level Auto Tech. Must be experienced in all phases of auto repair & diagnosis. Must be able to work unassisted and in a timely manner. Must take pride in their work. NYS Inspection Certification is required. ASE certifications are helpful. Need GED/high school diploma and 3 years' experience. Must have own tools. Wage: $18-$25/hr.

NY1142026. Buffalo. RESEARCH ASSOCIATE. FT. M-F. Days. 40 hrs./wk. Benefits. This position primarily involves in vivo experimentation.  Daily responsibilities will include (but not limited to): Sterile procedure, drug preparation, small surgery, tissue culture. Need knowledge of MS Office Suite.  Will work closely with the Principle Investigator and other project team members planning experiments and discussing results.  Organizational skills will be required to keep accurate records of experimental data.  Requires Bachelor's Degree in related field.  Preference will be given to individuals with experience with murine research models.  Would consider a trainee in specifics.

NY1141892. Buffalo/WNY. MOTOR EQUIPMENT MECHANIC. FT. M-F. 40 hrs./wk. Benefits. Need 4 years of experience as an automotive or diesel mechanic, diagnose faulty vehicle and/or equipment operation and performance of mechanical repairs covering several aspects of automotive and/or diesel systems -OR- Associate's Degree in automotive or diesel repair technology. At time of appointment, you must own a basic tool set; have certification by the Department of Motor Vehicles to conduct NYS inspections; have appropriate commercial driver's license or any additional driving endorsement determined by agency. Duties: Diagnose and correct causes of faulty vehicle and equipment operation; overhaul, adjust and repair a variety of equipment & components; conduct NYS inspections; may be required to do cutting and welding. Starting salary: $40,172/yr. Positions are available throughout NYS.

NY1142174. Buffalo. TRANSLOAD OPERATOR. FT. M-F. 40 hrs./wk. Day shift. Benefits. Responsible for the daily unloading of materials consisting of a variety of hazardous and non-hazardous materials, including corrosive and flammable products. Must be able to troubleshoot and make repairs to various types of equipment (hydraulic, electrical, pneumatic, etc.). Qualifications: Read, write, and understand English; basic math skills; computer skills (light data entry); valid driver's license; need ability to work outside in ALL weather conditions (snow, rain, sub-freezing temps); need ability and willingness to travel to other terminals to assist when necessary may be for up to a week at a time. Someone with mechanical ability preferred. Requires high school diploma or GED.

NY1142212. Buffalo. MEDICAID SERVICES COORDINATOR. FT. M-F. Days, 37.5 hrs./wk. Full Benefits. CLOSING DATE: Sept. 2. Coordinate independent living skills evaluations and training for persons with disabilities.  Assist in the personal adjustment of an individual's disability and maximize community participation. Provide services to adults and children diagnosed with a developmental disability.  Responsibilities include required home visits with consumers. Minimum Educational Level:  Associate's Degree in a health or human services field, or an RN.  A candidate for a Bachelor's Degree may meet this requirement by providing a letter from their college verifying that the candidate has completed course work equivalent to an Associate's Degree both in total number of credits received and number of credits earned in a health or human service field.  Must have OPWDD Core Service Coordination Training Certification OR must be enrolled to complete this training within six months of date of hire. Minimum Experience Level:  One year working with people with a developmental disability, or one year as a service coordinator with any population. (The minimum experience level requirement does not have to be met if the person has a Master's Degree in a health or human services field.). Valid driver's license and own vehicle required.

NY1141971. East Aurora. MERCHANDISE SALES ASSOCIATES. FT & PT. Work schedule varies. Store open 7 days/wk. Benefits: Holidays and 401k plan.  65 openings.  Business hours: 7am-11pm. Customer service; replenish merchandise; fill racks, tables, etc.; maintain cleanliness and organization throughout the store; process merchandise (unload trucks, move and unpack merchandise, remove hangers, ticket and size items) and place merchandise on rolling racks. No educational or experience requirements listed. Would consider a trainee. Wage: $9/hr., negotiable, depending on experience.

 

August 25, 2015

University at Buffalo EOC - CUSTOMER SERVICE

Get Credentialed!

In today’s job market, employers are looking at more than just cover letters and resumes.  You may SAY you have a skill, but how can you PROVE IT?  EOC has the answer!  With our leading edge Customer Service program, you will have the opportunity to receive two industry-recognized certifications, which are extremely valuable to employers! The National Work Readiness Credential serves as confirmation to employers that you have the situational, oral, reading and math skills to add value to the frontline in entry-level workplaces. If you’re job searching or looking to move up in the job you already have, the National Retail Federation certification will give you an edge.  This professional certification shows retail employers that you know how to learn about products or services, assess customer needs, and educate customers. 

Enter a Growing Industry

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), there were more than 2.3 million customer service jobs in 2012. Because customer service is an integral part of business operations, the industry is expected to grow rapidly; the BLS expects more than 2.5 million customer service jobs to exist in 2020! Let the EOC help you meet this growing demand.

TUITION-FREE

There are no hidden costs. If you qualify, the education is completely FREE!

SMALL CLASS

ENVIRONMENT

Enjoy and embrace the individualized attention of being in a small class. Teachers and classmates will come to know you by name, not by a number.

CARING AND QUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS

Our faculty and staff care about your success! The majority of us hold Master’s degrees in the fields that serve your needs. Many adjunct professors and administrators hold Doctorate degrees!

*555 Ellicott Street Buffalo, NY 14203  *716.645.1900 *eoc.buffalo.edu

 

 

 

 

 

August 25, 2015

MILTON CAT - Sales Representative – Vocational Truck

Milton CAT is looking for an experienced Vocational Truck Sales Representative responsible for sales of new and used Vocational Trucks to existing and new customers throughout our Upstate, NY territory. Caterpillar recently announced their own factory to build trucks in Texas. Imagine yourself playing an important role in bringing the CAT truck to market. We need GREAT people to help us with this exciting next step. This position is available in any of our New York locations. We have offices in Batavia, Binghamton, Syracuse and Clifton Park.

Successful candidates will work with our existing machine sales specialists to advise customers on truck specing, application and body upfitting requirements, and will also be assigned to call on truck industry accounts. Sales Representatives are on the road every day, meeting with valued customers and building relationships with key stakeholders. Milton CAT is seeking only the best customer focused salespeople who can deliver results. To help you succeed, Milton CAT will invest in on-going sales development, coaching programs and industry knowledge information.

Responsibilities

 Maximize the sales of Caterpillar vocational trucks to customers.

 Analyze sales opportunities, solve customer needs and participate in sales promotions.

 Maintain current product knowledge on features and benefits on all truck models offered by Milton CAT.

 Conducts new and used truck jobsite demonstrations.

 Maintain current knowledge of used equipment values and ability to evaluate properly for training purposes.

 Maintain current knowledge of financing options to assist customers with purchasing new and used trucks.

 Attend sales training, sales meetings, events and seminars.

 Promote the Milton value and capabilities of our entire operation.

 Performs related duties as assigned.

Minimum Educational Requirements

Relevant work experience in the trucking industry is preferred (Parts, Sales, Service or prior truck ownership). Associates Degree in business administration, marketing, communications or related field will be considered.

Qualifications

To perform this job successfully an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and ability required.

 2+ years experience selling or managing in the medium/heavy duty commercial truck industry.

 Basic knowledge of heavy duty truck specs, applications, and weight distribution.

 Above average negotiation and public speaking skills.

 Ability to work flexible hours to meet customer needs.

 Ability to understand and communicate basic financing with customers.

 Proficient in the use of a computer and related software (Word, Excel, etc.), including a CRM system.

 Good written and verbal communication skills.

 Manage inventory and forecast sales.

 Strong problem solving skills.

 Ability to perform duties with a sense of urgency, exceeding customer expectations.

 Travel throughout the Milton CAT territory and outside as needed. Occasional travel with overnight stays is possible.

Preferred Qualifications

 Hold a CDL “A” or “B” Driver’s License.

 Heavy duty truck service/maintenance/parts basic knowledge and experience.

Posted: 8/24/2015 Remove: 9/23/2015

Apply Online – www.MiltonCAT.com/Careers

We base all employment decisions to further this principle of equal employment opportunity. VEVRAA Federal Contractor. EEO/AA employer. Milton CAT is a Drug-Free workplace.


August 24, 2015

America’s Job Exchange Hot Jobs for Today!
Service Technician

Film Crew

Part Time Merchandiser-Niagara Falls, NY

These are federal contractors who are proactively looking to hire veterans in support of their VEVRAA compliance requirements as well as qualified candidates with disabilities and other underrepresented communities like minorities and women.

For details, please go to:

www.americasjobexchange.com

 

August 24, 2015

Aerotek has employment opportunities!

We are currently seeking banking customer service representatives for a call center in Lockport, NY doing credit card customer service.

The customer service representatives will taking calls relating to activating credit cards, banking issues, fraudulent transactions and general questions related to their online banking.

Qualified candidates must have prior customer service/call center experience, preferably working for a banking institution.

Experience Requirements:

•   Experience with credit card servicing and/or credit card loan application processing.

•   Strong math skills

•   Ability to easily navigate different screens on a computer while using the internet

•    Must have a solid resume showing experience with credit card customer service

This is a 3-month contract-to-hire opportunity starting on Monday, August 31st.

Schedule:

The hours are Monday to Friday 1:00PM-9:30PM after training is completed.

Training Schedule:

3 Weeks Monday - Friday:

•   Week 1: 8:00AM - 4:30PM Weeks

•   Week 2 & 3: 9:00AM - 5:30PM

Here is the description for doing soft collections and customer service:

We are currently seeking customer service representatives for our client.

The client gives out lines of credit and loans to qualified customers. In the event that the customer will call in to address a late payment or make a payment over the phone, the customer service representatives will answer the inbound call to assist the customer.

The main focus of the position is designed to place outbound calls to customers in order to get them back on track with payments. This is a dedicated collections position with additional inbound customer service calls. On the outbound call, the representative will negotiate with the customer in order to attempt to collect a late payment. This is designed to help keep the customer from becoming too far behind on payments due.

This collections position is considered a “soft” collections position due to the nature of the call and circumstances.

Here at Aerotek, our first commitment is to our clients and to provide them with the most qualified candidates for the positions they have available.  I look forward to speaking with some potential contractors and employees you help to train and building a great relationship with you.

www.aerotek.com

 

August 24, 2015

RECRUITMENT

Wed. August 26, 2015

FROM 11AM---1PM, 5---7PM 

Roswell Park/Gaylord Cary (inside Research Studies)               

NOW HIRING!

FOR PART-TIME, FULL-TIME, 

VARIOUS SHIFTS 

AT ROSWELL PARK 

Environmental Service/Housekeeping

. High School diploma or G.E.D. required.  

. Candidate must be willing and able to stand and do physical labor for at least 8 hours a day.  

. $12.51/hour

We will be accepting resumes.

For any questions please contact 

845—3211.

 

August 24, 2015

OPEN RECRUITMENT FOR SweetWorks

Bring Your Resume  - Dress for Success

When: Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at 10 am

Where: Department of Labor

      Buffalo Career Center

      284 Main Street

      Buffalo, NY 14202

Interviews available in the following languages: Burmese, Spanish, and Thai

Job Summary:

1. Will consider employees that fluently speak Burmese, Spanish, Polish, and Thai.

2. Place parts in a specified relationship to each other. 

3. Tend to machine on assembly line.

4. Work at different work stations as production needs require. 

5. Work on production line where tasks vary as product moves along the line. 

6. Responsible for adhering to all GMP's, food safety standards, and company safety policies. 

7. Must maintain satisfactory attendance record in accordance with the company Attendance Policy. 

8. Must be able to regularly work in temperatures averaging 80-95 degrees daily. 

9. Must be able to perform other related duties as assigned.

10. Must be able to lift, carry, shovel, and/or move product and equipment weighing up to 50 pounds, including but not limited to: pallets, boxes, product, molds, and/or materials. 

11. Must be able to complete tasks that require a high level of dexterity and speed, while still maintaining satisfactory accuracy, including but not limited to: breaking apart molds, sorting product, and placing product into cartons. 

12. Must be able to read and write Basic English to meet job and safety expectations.


August 21, 2015

Adecco has 90 openings for Data Entry in Getzville

This position is a long-term contract opportunity. If you meet the qualifications listed below please send your resume over for review!

•           High School Diploma or equivalent required

•           MUST be able to key 9,000 KS or higher

•           Strong attention to detail and solid organization skills

•           Ability to respond under pressure and multitask

We have openings for all shifts.

This is a long term contract position with a possibility of temp-hire for the right candidate.

Apply on line at www.adeccousa.com for consideration

 

August 21, 2015

America’s Job Exchange Hot Jobs for Today!
Direct Sales Representative Job

Finance Manager - ALM

Compliance Manager

 Test Technician 2 - Softlines

Accounting Clerk

Driver/Guard

Mortgage Operations Sr. Learning and Development...

Operations Specialist II

Supervisor, Servicing Systems Group

Website Content Creator (E-commerce) (NY...

Industrial Paint Line Operator

Material Handler

These are federal contractors who are proactively looking to hire veterans in support of their VEVRAA compliance requirements as well as qualified candidates with disabilities and other underrepresented communities like minorities and women.

For details, please go to:

www.americasjobexchange.com


August 20, 2015

BELMONT HOUSING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Founded in 1977, BHR is a leading advocate for quality affordable housing. We administer rental assistance programs and offer a variety of housing-related programs and services promoting home ownership, educating renters and landlords, improving existing housing stock, and developing and managing affordable housing.

HOUSING SPECIALIST – Service-oriented individual with strong math, verbal, writing, organizational and time management skills needed to administer rental assistance programs for low-income families at our Buffalo office.  This individual will assist clients with housing searches and conduct income determinations for the program participants to determine continued eligibility.  Must maintain accurate computer records and files.  Bilingual a plus.

Requirements:  Bachelor's degree OR a four year combination of education and experience.

Submit resume and cover letter online at: www.belmonthousingwny.org/employment

Deadline to Apply is August 26, 2015

Belmont Housing Resources is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer committed to recruiting and maintaining a diverse staff.  All interested individuals, including people of color, women, LGBT, persons with disabilities and veterans, are encouraged to apply.

 

August 20, 2015

Catholic Health, one of the top 100 integrated health systems and the leader in WNY, has a need for a DATA SPECIALIST in Quality and Patient Safety. 

The Data Specialist is responsible for reviewing, abstracting & entering highly- sensitive, confidential data into the voluntary & mandatory registries that direct Performance Improvement Initiatives across CH.    Reporting guidelines, answering OFI questions, creating peer review summaries and interacting with Administration, are also required. Graduate from accredited Registered Professional Nursing Program OR Graduate from B.S Program is required as well as Two years’ experience in the specialty areas of neuroscience, vascular, cardiac surgery, cardiology and invasive & interventional cardiology.  Apply online www.chsbuffalo.org

 

 

August 20, 2015

Erie I BOCES - ELECTRO MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE

Program Dates Class Days and Times Location Hours

August 31, 2015 –

January 15, 2016

Monday - Friday

9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Workforce Development Center

1526 Walden Avenue, Suite 200

Cheektowaga, NY 14225

How Do I Enroll?

Attend an orientation session at the Erie 1 BOCES Workforce Development Center, 1526 Walden Avenue, Cheektowaga NY 14225, any Wednesday morning at 8:30 AM. There is no fee and no appointment is necessary. You will take a placement test and fill out an application. Your test scores and the results of a personal interview will determine if you are eligible for the Electro Mechanical Maintenance program. A High School Diploma or HSE is required for employment in this field.

Course Contents

This 600 hour program will cover all aspects of working in an industrial setting. You will learn how to trouble shoot, repair and maintain equipment in the following areas: Hydraulics, Pneumatics, Pipefitting, Sheet Metal, Basic Electricity, Industrial Electricity, PLC’s, Welding, Mechanical Drives and Machining. All aspects of machine safety and blueprint reading are covered. You will receive the OSHA 10 Certification.

How Much Does It Cost?

The cost for this program is $6000.00  There may be tuition assistance available to those who qualify.

How can we help you prepare for a job search?

Erie 1 BOCES assists completers of our programs by helping you prepare a resume and work with you on successful job searching strategies.

Are There Employment Opportunities?

Yes! Past completers have obtained employment and/or received interviews with companies such as:

Lancaster Knives ACT Associates

What Is The Salary Range In Western New York?

Entry-level Electro Mechanical Maintenance positions can expect to earn an average range in salary of $15.00 - $18.00 per hour.

Do You Want To Know More?

Call Erie 1 BOCES Workforce Development 821-7500 or visit our web site www.e1b.org/adulted

“We’re committed to those we serve-students, staff and communities – by understanding, anticipating and responding to their needs”


August 19, 2015

National Fuel Opportunity
PART-TIME ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (SECURITY DEPT.) – WILLIAMSVILLE, NY National Fuel is currently seeking an administrative professional for our Security Department in Williamsville, New York.  The successful candidate would enjoy a career with a strong and growing company. The Security Administrative Assistant will support various functions of the Security Department.  Duties and responsibilities include:

-           General administrative support to Security Specialists including filing, copying and document preparation

-           Phone and e-mail interaction in response to investigations and inquiries

-           Preparation and distribution of customer and department correspondence

-           Production of company identification cards

-           Invoice preparation for Accounts Payable approval

The successful candidate must possess a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent and proven experience in administrative functions.  The successful candidate must demonstrate a professional and positive attitude, enthusiasm to learn and must be a team player.  He/She must have exceptional customer service skills.  Proficiency in Microsoft Excel and Word are required.  Demonstrated attention to detail, communication and multi-tasking skills are required.  The successful candidate must demonstrate a high level of confidentiality and integrity due to the sensitive nature of this position.

Candidates must be available to work Monday – Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.  Candidates can expect to work a standard schedule of Monday – Friday from 10am – 2pm but will occasionally be required to work Monday – Friday from 9am – 3pm.

National Fuel offers a competitive salary and benefits package.  Any candidate offered a position with National Fuel will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment drug test. For confidential consideration, please submit your resume and cover letter by September 1, 2015 to:     

National Fuel

Human Resources

Part-Time Administrative Assistant (Security Dept.)

Position # 15-050NY

P.O. Box 2081

Erie, PA  16512

or

Email resume and cover letter to: jobs@natfuel.com

Please be sure to reference position #15-050NY in the subject line of your email.

Any candidate offered a position with National Fuel will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment drug test.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER MINORITIES, WOMEN, DISABLED, PROTECTED VETERANS

 

 

August 18, 2015

After Care Case Manager

Matt Urban Hope House - Women & Children’s Shelter, Buffalo, NY

Position:               Full Time (Available nights and weekends)

Qualifications:      Valid NYS Driver’s License

   Bachelor’s degree with relevant experience

Job Description:     

The Aftercare Case Manager has the responsibility for all aftercare needs of former Hope House residents. Services are to be provided both at Hope House and in the field, which will require client home visits. This individual renders brief individual and family counseling as well as case management and service linkage coordination. The After Care Case Manager is a member of a trauma informed, client centered, and strength based program.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties include but are not limited to:

·         Respect and maintains residents’ rights and confidentiality and demonstrates a caring positive attitude toward all residents, staff, guests and services

·         Participate in new intake assessments to identify the needs of individuals and families experiencing homelessness to develop a strength-based/ solution – focused stability plan in order to achieve and maintain housing

·         Serve as an ongoing liaison to provide mediation and advocacy with landlords and property manager on the client’s behalf to develop a workable plan to maintain stable housing

·         Work with residents to encourage healthy connection with family and community ties and to develop new supports and interests

·         Follow up with all exits from Hope House in a timely manner; which may include completing phone calls, home visits, and written letters to clients

·         Address goals of aftercare plan by connecting clients to the benefits, resources, and services they are in need of to become stable

·         Be consistent with following safety procedures with regard to transporting clients and keeping safe in the community

·         Create and maintain consistent communication channels, both verbal and written, between several parties (i.e. tenant, landlord, referral source, collaborating agencies, debtors and creditors)

·         Maintain accurate and timely records of case management interventions, appointments, recommendations and follow-up in each resident’s file

·         Maintain accurate and timely progress notes and service transaction within BAS-Net; with client data accuracy of 97%

·         Network and maintain linkage with other social services, health care and human service organizations; make appropriate referrals to each according to residents’ health, mental health and social/emotional needs

·         Participate in weekly case conference to collaborate with staff for current residents at Hope House and aftercare clients at Hope Center

·         Performs other duties as needed or requested by supervisor

Please send cover letter and resume to Christal Guthrie at cguthrie@urbanctr.org

 

August 18, 2015

Housing Specialist Assistant

Matt Urban Hope House - Women & Children’s Shelter - Buffalo, NY

Position:                  Part-Time (Available nights and weekends)

Qualifications:      Valid NYS Driver’s License

   Bachelor’s degree with relevant experience

Job Description:     

Housing Specialist Assistant involves orienting all eligible participants to the program and providing housing search and supportive services to promote participants self-sufficiency, integration into the community, and permanency in housing. This individual’s primary responsibility is to assist the housing specialist with shelter residents in securing permanent housing in a timely manner. The Housing Specialist Assistant is a member of a trauma informed, client centered, and strength based program. The primary workload of this position is housed within the shelter, with occasional travel to other places within the community.

Perform other duties as needed or requested by supervisor

Please send cover letter and resume to Christal Guthrie at cguthrie@urbanctr.org

 

August 18, 2015

Neighborhood Housing Services of South Buffalo, Inc.

has some job opportunities!
Part-time bilingual Clerical Assistant

Part-time Administrative Assistant/Bookkeeping

For details, or to apply,

Email:         info@nhsssouthbuffalo.org

Or Mail Cover letter and resume to:

NHS of South Buffalo, Inc

1937 South Park Ave

Buffalo, NY 14220

 

August 18, 2015

Charter School of Inquiry has some job opportunities!
Teaching Assistant, Part-time School Nurse, Librarian/Media Specialist, and Director of Operations

For details, or to apply,

Bgriffin@csicharter.org

Or mail resume and 2 references to:

Dr. Bridgitte Griffin

Heal of School

Charter School of Inquiry

404 Edison Street

Buffalo, NY 14215

 

August 18, 2015

Catholic Health is looking for VP of Mission Integration

Please visit the website for job description and/or apply:

www.chsbuffalo.org/apply

 

August 18, 2015
CAO has some job openings!
Substance Abuse Counselor and Child Development Specialist and more!
Please go to:

http://caoec.org/html/current.html

 

August 18, 2015

Child & Family Case Manager

Matt Urban Hope House - Women & Children’s Shelter, Buffalo, NY

Position:              Full Time (Available nights and weekends)

Qualifications:      Valid NYS Driver’s License

                          Bachelor’s degree with relevant experience

Job Description:     

The Child & Family Case Manager has the responsibility for all individuals and families placed at the shelter. This individual renders brief individual and family counseling as well as case management and service linkage coordination. The case manager functions as a member of a trauma informed, client centered, and strength based program. The primary workload of this position is housed within the shelter, with occasional travel to other places within the community.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties include but are not limited to:

•     Respect and maintains residents’ rights and confidentiality and demonstrates a caring positive attitude toward all residents, staff, guests and services

•     Participate in new intake assessments to identify the needs of individuals and families experiencing homelessness to develop a strength-based/ solution – focused stability plan in order to achieve and maintain housing

•     Coordinate a caseload, assuming primary responsibility for performing and coordinating the services and functions necessary to enhance the resident’s quality of life and capacity to achieve stability

•     Collaborate with mothers to ensure child’s development and education are continued through linkage with appropriate services including knowledge of the McKinney-Vento Law

•     Work with residents to encourage healthy connection with family and community ties and to develop new supports and interests

•     Provide one-on-one brief counseling to children and families with respect to personal, social, emotional and behavioral concerns

•     Provide or arranges transportation for residents to attend necessary appointments.

•     Maintain accurate and timely records of case management interventions, appointments, recommendations and follow-up in each resident’s file.

•     Maintain accurate and timely progress notes and service transaction within BAS-Net; with client data accuracy of 97%

•     Network and maintain linkage with other social services, health care and human service organizations; make appropriate referrals to each according to residents’ health, mental health and social/emotional needs.

•     Participate in weekly case conference to collaborate with staff for current residents and aftercare clients

•     Assist community health workers with daily tasks and maintenance of the building as needed

•     Perform other duties as needed or requested by supervisor

Please send cover letter and resume to Christal Guthrie at cguthrie@urbanctr.org

 

August 18, 2015

Housing Specialist

Matt Urban Hope House - Women & Children’s Shelter, Buffalo, NY

Position:              Full Time (Available nights and weekends)

Qualifications:     Valid NYS Driver’s License

                          Bachelor’s degree with relevant experience

Job Description:     

Housing Specialist involves orienting all eligible participants to the program and providing housing search and supportive services to promote participants self-sufficiency, integration into the community, and permanency in housing. This individual’s primary responsibility is to assist shelter residents in securing permanent housing in a timely manner. The Housing Specialist is a member of a trauma informed, client centered, and strength based program. The primary workload of this position is housed within the shelter, with occasional travel to other places within the community.

PERFORMANCE RESPONSIBILITIES: Duties include but are not limited to:

•     Respect and maintains residents’ rights and confidentiality and demonstrates a caring positive attitude toward all residents, staff, guests and services

•     Participate in new intake assessments to identify the needs of individuals and families experiencing homelessness to develop a strength-based/ solution – focused stability plan in order to achieve and maintain housing

•     Serve as an ongoing liaison to provide mediation and advocacy with landlords and property manager on the client’s behalf to develop a workable plan to obtain stable housing

•     Assist participants in locating and securing housing of their choice.

•     Create and maintain consistent communication channels, both verbal and written, between several parties (i.e. tenant, landlord, referral source, collaborating agencies, debtors and creditors)

•     Apply knowledge of residential lease contracts to educate clients of their rights and responsibilities

•     Maintain accurate and timely records of financial information, housing barriers, budgets, appointments, recommendations and follow-up in each resident’s file

•     Maintain accurate and timely progress notes and service transaction within BAS-Net; with client data accuracy of 97%

•     Network and maintain linkage with other social services agencies: makes appropriate referrals to each according to housing needs

•     Provide documentation and follow-up as necessary

•     Participate in weekly case conference to collaborate with staff for current residents and aftercare clients

•     Assist community health workers with daily tasks and maintenance of the building as needed

•     Perform other duties as needed or requested by supervisor          

Please send cover letter and resume to Christal Guthrie at cguthrie@urbanctr.org

 

August 17, 2015

Two Semester, Grant Funded Training Sequence in

BIOMANUFACTURING

Erie Community College has partnered with the New York State Department of Labor to offer a two semester sequence of courses designed to give long-term unemployed and dislocated workers of Western New York an opportunity to enter the growing and established field of Biomanufacturing. ECC will prepare students for an industry experiencing a severe shortage of skilled workers.  Students select an area of concentration in either Pharmaceutical/Medical Device Manufacturing or Food Processing Technology after their first semester. Trainees will seek positions as technicians in manufacturing, research, quality systems, and food processing. Or, they can seamlessly continue their education with our program articulation agreements with SUNY Buffalo State College or Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

Fall Semester :August 31st– December 21st 2015

Sequence of Courses:

BT 101 - Intro to Biomanufacturing and Food Processing Credit Hours: 3

BT 105 - Quality Control Science Credit Hours: 3

BT 108 - Regulatory Compliance Credit Hours: 3

BI 110 - Biology I Credit Hours: 3

BI 115 - Laboratory for BI 110 Credit Hours: 1.5

EN 110 - College Composition Credit Hours: 3

Spring Semester: January 19th – May 17th 2016

Sequence of Courses:

Pharmaceutical/ Food Processing:

BT 113 - Foundations of Lean Manufacturing Credit Hours: 3

BT 117 - Biomanufacturing Seminar Credit Hours: 1

CH 180 - University Chemistry I Credit Hours: 3

CH 181 - Lab for CH 180 Credit Hours: 1.5

CS 101 - Computer Literacy Credit Hours: 3

MT 125 - College Mathematics Credit Hours: 4

BT 117 - Biomanufacturing Seminar Credit Hours: 1

BT 120 - Food Processing and Technology Credit Hours: 3

BT 128 - Food Safety and Sanitation Credit Hours: 3

BT 130 - Facility Operations in Food and Beverage

Credit Hours: 3

CS 101 - Computer Literacy Credit Hours: 3

HU 100 - Human Interaction Credit Hours: 3

For information email: advancebuffalo@labor.ny.gov  Enter: “BIOMANUFACTURING” in Subject line

 


August 13, 2015

National Fuel Job Opportunity

ELECTRICAL SUPERVISOR – ADDISON, NY

National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation, the Pipeline and Storage segment of National Fuel Gas Company, is currently seeking an Electrical Supervisor for outstanding career opportunity in our Tuscarora Compressor Station in Addison, NY.  As a member of the National Fuel team, the candidate will enjoy an exciting and challenging work environment where top performance is rewarded.

National Fuel is looking for skilled and highly motivated candidate to serve as integral members of a team that is responsible for ensuring the safety and integrity of our natural gas pipeline system.  This team is actively involved in transmission pipeline expansion initiatives as well as with facility maintenance and upgrade projects.  The successful candidate will be responsible for the following functions within the eastern geographic territory of National Fuel:

•           Interpretation of engineering designs to field installation initiatives to ensure integrity and constructability of designs.

•           Problem resolution/troubleshooting of escalated electrical and control systems issues.

•           Supervision of electricians/technicians and electrical inspectors on new installations and maintenance projects.

•           Project and contractor coordination for electrical system installations and upgrades.

•           Field assessments for electrical, automation and controls work requirements.

•           Direct supervision and training of electricians/ technicians responsible for the implementation and maintenance of electrical/electronic equipment and automation systems used in pipeline systems, compressor stations, as well as interconnect/measurement facilities.

•           Coordination with field operations for auditing electrical facilities for compliance with safety, regulatory requirements, and NEC (National Electrical Code).

•           Work with multiple departments in the organization to maintain and improve the reliability of company facilities.

This position requires a minimum of an Associate’s degree in a technical field with concentrations in Electrical/Electrical Engineering Technology desirable.  A minimum of 5 years related experience as an electrician or electronics technician is required and Journeyman’s Electricians papers are desirable.  Prior supervisory experience is preferred.  Prior experience in Electrical and Automation is required with exceptional demonstrated technical aptitude in electrical troubleshooting with systems such as PLC’s, HMI’s, VFD’s, and various communication methodologies.  Candidates must possess a working knowledge of the NEC, including Articles 500-505.  Demonstrated electrical aptitude and the ability to read electrical schematics and single-line diagrams are required.  Computer skills for diagnostics and installations are required as well as standard office software.  Candidate should have strong oral and written communication skills.  Exceptional time management and multi-tasking abilities are essential to success in this position.  This position requires extensive day travel to company facilities and project sites throughout New York and Pennsylvania.

National Fuel offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package.  Any candidate offered a position with National Fuel will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment drug test.  A valid driver's license along with a clean driving record is required.  For confidential consideration, please submit your resume, cover letter and academic transcripts by September 1, 2015 to:

National Fuel, Human Resources

Position #15-034NY

P.O. Box 2081

Erie, PA 16512

jobs@natfuel.com

Please reference position #15-034NY in the subject line of your email.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER MINORITIES, WOMEN, DISABLED, PROTECTED VETERANS

 

August 13, 2015

National Fuel Opportunity

TAX ACCOUNTANT – WILLIAMSVILLE, NY

National Fuel Gas Company (NYSE: NFG) is a multi-billion dollar diversified energy company with corporate headquarters in Williamsville (Buffalo), New York and division operations in New York, Pennsylvania, Texas and California.  National Fuel’s history dates to the earliest days of the natural gas and oil industry in the United States, and the Company has been responsible for many industry firsts.

National Fuel is currently seeking a Tax Accountant for an outstanding career opportunity at our corporate headquarters in Williamsville, NY.  As part of the National Fuel team, the successful candidate would enjoy a career in a strong and growing company.

Primary responsibilities will also include the preparation of monthly, quarterly and annual tax provision calculations as provided by ASC 740.  The Tax Accountant will be involved in all facets of the tax accounting process, including the preparation of related journal entries and tax account reconciliations.  The Tax Accountant will assist in the preparation of annual federal corporate and partnership income tax returns, annual state and local corporate and partnership income and franchise tax returns, related quarterly estimated tax payment calculations and extension calculations.  The Tax Accountant will research technical tax issues as needed and provide assistance on federal, state and local tax planning projects and will also have responsibility for the coordination and review of record keeping related to the tax aspects of the Company’s tax fixed assets.   

Candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or a related Business field.  Prior tax accounting experience and a CPA certification are required.  The successful candidate must possess exceptional analytical, communication and organization skills.  Knowledge of federal and state tax planning and compliance is required.  The successful candidate must have a strong accounting background and thorough knowledge of GAAP, including ASC 740 and have experience with SEC and PCAOB rules.  A keen attention to detail and the ability to research complex tax issues are required.

National Fuel offers a competitive salary and benefits package.  Any candidate offered a position with National Fuel will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment drug test.  For confidential consideration, please submit your resume, cover letter and academic (college) transcripts by August 25, 2015 to:  

National Fuel

Human Resources

Position # 15-019NY

6363 Main Street

Williamsville, NY 14221

jobs@natfuel.com

Please reference position #15-019NY in the subject line of your email.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER MINORITIES, WOMEN, DISABLED, PROTECTED VETERANS

 

August 13, 2015
National Fuel Opportunity
SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS – WILLIAMSVILLE
Are you interested in how a company with a 100+ year track record of providing safe, reliable service to its customers utilizes information technology to support and grow its business?   Are you interested in a position with an innovative company that has been part of an industry from its earliest days?  Are you searching for a career rather than a job?  If so, the National Fuel’s Information Services organization is currently seeking Software Developers for outstanding and dynamic career opportunities at our corporate headquarters in located in Williamsville, NY.

The successful candidate will support a variety of business segments through the maintenance and enhancement of critical business applications.  Day to day responsibilities primarily involve coding and testing activities with some process analysis and design.  The successful candidates will have the opportunity to work with a mentor within our Information Services group, initially focusing on developing strong technical competencies in specific environments and development tools in use at National Fuel.  Utilizing a wide range of technologies, the Information Services group develops, installs, maintains and administers business critical infrastructure and computer applications for many subsidiaries of National Fuel.  The Software Developer position is the starting point towards a well-defined career path within our Information Services team. 

The successful candidate must possess a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Information Systems, Management Information Systems, Computer Science or a related field.  Software development experience is desirable but entry level candidates are also encouraged to apply.  Development experience in the following technologies is strongly preferred, but not required: SAP Technologies (Netweaver, ABAP, PI, Syclo), VB.Net, C++, ESRI-GIS.  Successful candidates for these opportunities must demonstrate exceptional analytical and problem solving skills, along with strong technical competencies and the ability to grasp new technologies and programming languages.  Candidates must demonstrate initiative, professionalism, excellent interpersonal and communication skills and possess the ability to work independently as well as in a cooperative team environment. 

National Fuel offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package.  For confidential consideration, please submit your resume, cover letter and academic (college) transcripts by September 15, 2015 to:

National Fuel

Position #14-001NY

6363 Main Street

Williamsville, NY 14221

jobs@natfuel.com

Please reference position #14-001NY in the subject line of your email.
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER WOMEN, MINORITIES, DISABLED, PROTECTED VETERANS


August 12, 2015

Frito-Lay
WAREHOUSER – GENERAL (BULK AND PREPICK)

HOURS:            Part-Time (Avg. 24-28 hrs./wk.) 

Full-Time (Avg. 40-45 hrs./wk.)

SUMMARY DESCRIPTION:

Job duties may include, but are not limited to the following, as dictated by the needs of the individual facility.

•           Loads and unloads pallets and individual cases to/from trailers. 

•           Picks appropriate cases according to orders and places on carts.

•           Loads product onto route truck following prescribed manner.

•           Picks up empty pallet boards and carries to storage area.  . 

•           Loads trailers via carts or “dead stack” (stacking cases on the floor of trailers).

•           Responsible for receiving and distributing product. 

•           Assists in weekly inventory of product. 

•           Maintains general housekeeping and specific sanitation.

•           Picks individual item orders from a pick list, packs to order for specific stops.  Use of voice activated order pulling system (via a headset) is required. May also pull case pack product as well.  After product is pulled, packed and labeled for each stop, it is loaded into the appropriate route sales truck for next day delivery. Accuracy in pulling orders is essential to insure full delivery to each stop. 

•           Analyzes situation accurately, taking effective action; following written and oral instructions; organize and coordinate work; collect, chart and interpret statistical data, calculate mathematical equations, manage multiple tasks simultaneously, analyze and problem solve, communicating tactfully and effectively; ability to work under narrow time constraints; while maintaining effective work relations with those encountered in the course of employment.

•           Must be able to work weekends, holidays, evenings.  Hours will vary depending on the needs of the business.  Ability to work various shifts is required.

•           Able to read, speak and write English

•           Able to operate keyboard, hand held computer system, hand truck, hydraulic lift truck, and garbage compression. 

•           In some instances able to “spot and park” twenty-four foot box trucks.

•           Previous warehouse, grocery, and forklift experience are preferred.  Forklift requirement will vary by facility.

•           This job requires completing and passing an aptitude test, background investigation of work history and criminal check, and drug test.

•           This job specification should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards of the position.  Employees will follow any other instructions, and perform any other related duties, as may be required by their supervisor.

PHYSICAL/MENTAL REQUIREMENTS:

This job is classified as heavy work (tasks may vary from light to heavy).  The employee must have good vision.  Tasks involve frequent lifting and reaching.  Operating the forklift involves prolonged sitting or standing (depending on the model) and the employee must pass the forklift performance test.  Loading and unloading dead stacks of cases involves frequent pushing, pulling, reaching, and stooping as well as constantly lifting 2 to 60 pounds.  This job requires completing and passing an aptitude test, drug test, and background investigation.

•           Ability to lift up to 70 lbs. safely. 

•           Ability to see (depth perception, near acuity and far acuity). 

•           Able to climb up and down twenty-three inches (forklift). 

•           Able to climb flight of stairs to work on upper levels of the warehouse.

•           Able to reach, push and pull product case/pallet boards. 

•           Able to hear.

•           In some instances able to “spot and park” twenty-four foot box trucks.

•           Must be able to read and write. 

•           Mathematical skills required. 

•           Able to chart product information.
APPLICATION PROCESS

Apply On-Line and complete Select Test

www.fritolayemployment.com

·         Information Session/Pre-Screen

·         Frito-Lay application, to be completed in person

·         Route Ride

·         Structured Interview

·         Background Check (Criminal, Employment, Motor Vehicle Record)                          

·         Employment Offer

·         Drug Screen & Physical


 

August 11, 2015

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES: Recruitment Bulletin 15-44

ADULT EDUCATION ASSESSMENT AND ADVISEMENT/EMPLOYMENT SPECIALIST – DAY

(2) POSITIONS AVAILABLE - PART-TIME HOURLY

APPLICATION: Candidates who wish to apply must complete an application online at http://buffaloschools.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a2gaqkzjp2ti

Applications successfully received will generate a confirmation email to the account listed on the application. If you do not receive a confirmation email, we cannot guarantee that your application was received. You must submit an application until you receive a confirmation email. NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates must hold a New York State School Counseling Teaching Certificate.

-or-

Bachelor’s Degree in an appropriate field from accredited university, and an Adult Education Certificate (or willing to obtain). For NYS Adult Ed certification, you will be required to take Child Abuse Reporting, DAVE, & DASA workshops.

EXPERIENCE:

All candidates must have three (3) years’ experience in working with adults in employment placement. Candidates are expected to have experience with adults.

DUTIES:

Work one on one with students and provide career information related to job opportunities in WNY and personal referral services as needed. Must be able to be aware of industry jobs trends, Occupational Outlook Handbook; be able to evaluate students and prepare students for the workplace, support students with work place readiness curriculum and direction; be willing to utilize the database and prescriptive software systems currently available, and maintain accurate records. Must attend a minimum of 12 staff development hours by EPE guidelines and participate in the orientation course with Western New York Consortium Professional Staff Development and any other duties as needed.

SALARY: Hourly Teacher Salary Schedule/ Part-time

FINAL DATE FOR FILING: AUGUST 27, 2015

 

 

July 23, 2015

FIELD ENGINEERING TRAINEE – WESTERN NEW YORK

National Fuel Gas Company (NYSE:NFG) is a diversified energy company with its headquarters in Williamsville, New York.  National Fuel Gas Distribution Corporation, the Utility segment of National Fuel Gas Company, is currently seeking a Field Engineering Trainee for an outstanding career opportunity at one of our Western New York Field Locations.  As a member of the National Fuel team, you will enjoy an exciting and challenging work environment where top performance is recognized and rewarded.

Primary responsibilities for the Field Engineering Trainee are to plan, schedule, and inspect the work of employees engaged in installation, maintenance, and service work at customer’s homes and businesses.  Working primarily out of our field offices, daily responsibilities include the following:

•           Project management including scoping and estimating of daily, routine, system operating/maintenance and pipeline installation projects within the defined service territory

•           Project planning and work-order prioritization for personnel associated with field operations

•           Front-line direct field supervision of hourly field employees involved with pipeline upgrades and repairs, system maintenance, and associated projects

•           Time management and productivity analysis of hourly field employees

•           Regular contact with customers regarding gas service issues and concerns in order to maintain appropriate customer service levels

•           Coordination of daily emergency response logistics

A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering is required.  Disciplines in Mechanical and Civil Engineering are preferred. Mechanical aptitude and the ability to troubleshoot technical issues are required.  Candidates must possess exceptional time management skills and the availability to cover rotating emergency assignments.  The ability to interface well with others, communicate with supervisors, customers and field personnel and work within a team environment is essential.  Demonstrated supervisory capability and the ability to quickly solve problems is required.  Any candidate offered a position with National Fuel will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment drug test.   A valid driver's license along with a clean driving record is required.

National Fuel offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefits package.  For confidential consideration, please submit your resume and cover letter by August 22, 2015 to:

 


GREAT NEWS SHARING

Mayor Myron Brown at the BETC showing the excitement of our customers & staff sharing in the Opportunity Pledge!

Kim Lee (center)  with Joyce Faines , BETC Placement Specialist and Demone Smith the Executive Director for the BETC, seen here congratulating Kim  on her placement with Buffalo Staffing, Inc. as a Customer Service Rep

Hugh Davis (center) with Joyce Faines, Placement Spec. & Demone Smith (Executive Director of the BETC) share in the congratulations of Mr. Davis’ new job at the Community Action Organization as a Data Entry Clerk


Congratulations to the graduating class from the Steps to Achieve = Steps to Succeed Academy Program July 31, 2015. They each received their Certificates and Diplomas on this date. Words of encouragement were shared by Executive Director Demone Smith, and Program Coordinator Otis Glover


Charles Douglas with Placement Counselor Joyce Faines, sharing in the good news for his new job at the Buffalo City Mission as a Case Manager

Taylor Combs (on the right) with our Executive Director Damone Smith, receiving congratulations for his new job at Chipolte

as a Cook/Team Member

Cornelius Scurry (in the middle) seen here with our Executive Director Damone Smith, and Placement Counselor Joyce Faines sharing in the good news of getting a job at US Securities as a

Security Officer

Paul Monacelli, Jr. is with his Placement Counselor Betty Lee sharing his good news of a job with Werner Enterprise as a Truck Driver

Daniel William came in to receive his congratulations from his Placement Counselor Betty Lee on his new job with P & G Steel Products as a Machine Operator



Edwin Voll III, Hiring Specialist for U.S. Security Associates,  assisting Ms. Glenda Crawley, a job seeking customer with applying on line for Security Guard position.

 

McKinley Faulkner with his Placement Counselor  Joyce Faines receiving congratulations for his hire at Buffalo Staffing at NIABRAZE as a Plating Technician

 

Otis Glover's Class -Steps to Succeed = Steps to Achieve Academy of Employment Graduating Classes Monday June 22, 2015 received Certificates of Completion. Congratulations to the students !!! We wish you all much success in your endeavors.

 

 

Letia Goodman (on the left) with Placement Counselor Betty Lee sharing in the good news of her hire at Brookdale Bassett Road Health & Wellness Director as a Registered Nurse

 

 


OUTREACH INFORMATION:

INFORMATION FROM DEPARTMENT OF LABOR REGARDING UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE CLAIMS:

UI Contact Information

Path to Speak to an Agent about your Claim

To contact Telephone Claims Center (TCC) staff:  Dial: 1-888-209-8124 

If you live outside of NYS, call toll-free at (877) 358-5306

The TELEPHONE CLAIMS CENTER is the ONLY OFFICE that can answer your questions about your claim.

NO OTHER OFFICE can provide this information.

Note: the following script may change without notice

. Call 1-888-209-8124 (1-877-358-5306 from outside of NYS) 

. Hear: "Welcome to the New York State Department of Labor's Unemployment Insurance claim line. To continue in English, press 1. Bienvenido a la línea telefónica de Reclamos del Seguro por Desempleo del Estado de Nueva York. Para continuar en español, oprima el número dos.  

. You will hear an informational message, which can change from time to time. WAIT TO HEAR THE OPTIONS BEFORE CHOOSING. YOU MAY BE DISCONNECTED IF YOU DO NOT WAIT!!

. For information about fraud alerts, press 1. To continue to the main menu, press 9. CHOOSE OPTION 9 FOR THE MAIN MENU.

. Hear: For quality assurance, your call may be monitored or recorded. Please choose one of the following selections. To enter your representative’s telephone extension number, press 1. To complete your claim that was already begun on our website, press 2. To file a new claim, press 3. For contact information or to listen to quick answers about your payment options and Unemployment Insurance, press 4. To ask a question about a claim you have already filed, press 5. For PIN or address change, or for questions regarding your 1099 form, press 6. To repeat your choices.press 9.”  CHOOSE OPTION 5. 

. Hear:  "Remember, our website provides detailed and updated information about unemployment insurance benefits. You can claim weekly benefits, check the status of your payments, print out a history of your claim, and obtain the answers to frequently asked questions about the unemployment insurance program. All this is available on our website, www.labor.ny.gov." 

. Hear:  "New York State Department of Labor is an equal opportunity employer program provider. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities." 

. Hear:  "Before we get started, I need to collect some information. Please enter your nine digit Social Security number using your telephone keypad. If the number you entered is XXX-XX-XXXX, press 1. If no, press 2." 

. Hear:  "Now, enter your four-digit PIN using your telephone keypad." 

E-Mail:   

If you have a general Unemployment Insurance (UI) question or a claim specific question not addressed in our Frequently Asked Questions, http://www.labor.state.ny.us/ui/faq.shtm  section, sign in with your NY.GOV ID and click on "Messages".  See Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and Customer Tutorials, https://labor.ny.gov/ui/claimantinfo/sign-in-faq.shtm to help you get started with NY.GOV ID.  

Write: 

New York State Department of Labor, P.O. Box 15130, Albany, NY 12212-5130 

Website: http://www.labor.ny.gov 

You may use the website to:

. File a new claim

. Certify to weekly benefits

. View the UI Information Handbook

. See a history of all payments you have received

To claim weekly benefits by telephone: The Tele-Service number is: 1-888-581-5812

If caller has an active claim on file:

. Hear: "You currently have a valid claim on file. You can check your claim status by going online at www.labor. ny.gov  or by calling Tel-Service at 1-888-581-5812 for New York State residents, or 1-888-864-9920 for out of state residents. If you have other questions, please remain on the line and you will be given additional menu options. Please hold …" 

. Hear: "To change your name, address, or phone number, press 1. If you forgot your PIN or wish to set a new one, press 2. To begin or cancel the withholding of Federal income tax from your benefits, press 3. To begin or cancel the withholding of New York State income tax from your benefits, press 4.  For all other questions, press 5.  To repeat your choices, press 6.  To end this call, please press 9."   CHOOSE OPTION 5. 

. Hear: “If you are calling about the status of payments, press 1. If you have a question about claiming your weekly benefits, press 2.  If you are calling about the status of your claim, press 3. To repeat your choices, press 4.  To end this call, press 9.  CHOOSE OPTION 3.

If caller has an expired claim on file: 

. Hear: "If you would like to ask a question about a claim you have already filed, press 1. If you would like to file a new claim for benefits, press 2."  CHOOSE OPTION 1.  

. Hear: "To change your name, address, or phone number, press 1. If you forgot your PIN or wish to set a new one, press 2. To begin or cancel the withholding of Federal income tax from your benefits, press 3. To begin or cancel the withholding of New York State income tax from your benefits, press 4. For all other questions, press 5. To repeat your choices, press 6.  To end this call, please press 9."   CHOOSE OPTION 5. 

. Hear: “If you are calling about the status of payments, press 1. If you have a question about claiming your weekly benefits, press 2.  If you are calling about the status of your claim, press 3. To repeat your choices, press 4.  To end this call, press 9.  CHOOSE OPTION 3.

 

 

JEWISH FAMILY SERVICES

70 Barker St.

Buffalo, NY 14209

883-1914

What they offer:

Mental Health Counseling

Refugee Resettlement Programs

Elder Care/In Home Support

Community Alternative Systems Agency

Mental Health Program for kids

Gambling Recovery Programs

Heads – Up Program for people with traumatic brain injuries

Career Counseling

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS OF BUFFALO

282 Babcock St.

Buffalo, NY 14210

825-1016

What they offer:

Education and Career Services for youth

Art programs for kids

Health and Life Skills for youth

Character building and leadership for youth

Sports, Fitness and Recreation

Prevention Services for kids

Day Care Services

Free Services to kids of military families

DEPT OF SENIOR SERVICES:

95 Franklin St.

Buffalo, NY 14202

858-8526

What they offer:

Case Management

Insurance Counseling

Family Caregiver Assistance

Transportation

Nutrition

Home Care

PREVENTION FOCUS/WOMAN FOCUS

69 Linwood Ave.

Buffalo, NY 14209

884-3256

What they offer:

Prevention is Primary programs that focus on lifeskills, conflict resolution, etc

Teen Focus programs that focus on life skills training, choices and consequences for teenage girls

Woman Focus that helps adult woman to cope better with stressors of life

PARENT NETWORK OF WNY

1000 Main St.

Buffalo, NY 14202

332-4170

What they offer:

Provides services to families with children who have disabilities

Workshops

Information and Referral Services

HEAP

291 Pearl St.

Buffalo, NY 14202

If over 60 years of age: 858-8526

If under 60 years of age: 858-2634

What they offer:

Assistance with heating and other utility costs

CHEEKTOWAGA YOUTH AND RECREATIONAL SERVICES (Open to non – Cheektowaga Residents)

275 Alexander Ave.

Cheektowaga, NY 14221

897-7207

What they offer:

A ton of after/during-school programs

Day care for those parents who are working

Holiday Programs

Various Family Days

Mid – Erie Counseling and Treatment Services

463 William St.

Buffalo, NY 14204

893-0062

What they offer:

Adult and Teenage Counseling for individuals with mental health disorders

Family Counseling
 

February 28, 2012
Announcement by the New York State Department of Labor:

There is an additional resource for the immigrant and refugee customers, the New York State Immigration Hotline 
1-800-566-7636.
This free over the phone service responds to general questions about immigration and naturalization benefits, requirements and procedures. The New York State Immigration Hotline provides information and referrals to all NYS OTDA programs serving refugees and immigrants, other immigrant-related public and private programs, and relevant mainstream service programs available throughout New York State.

The New York State Immigration Hotline operates from 8AM to 6PM, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) and is able to assist callers who speak the following languages Albanian, Arabic, Bosnian, French, Haitian/Creole, Hindi, Italian, Korean, Macedonian, Mandarin, Polish, Punjabi, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Spanish, Turkish, and Urdu. (No waiting on the phone, the called is connected to a person.) This information is available on the OTDA website, and here is the direct link http://otda.ny.gov/programs/bria/hotline.asp

                                                                     

 Read Full Article

  • Our wide open spaces, 29 computer terminals, internet, fax machine, copy machine, phones, bond paper, and 19 workshops help the job seeking customer find the work that they are truly looking for.


  • Our 3 computer labs, job matching, and referral process help the business customer find the workers they are looking for.

  • Check out our calendar of workshops and breakfast clubs to see what is going on every month!


  •  

     

     



    America's Job Exchange

    Career OneStop

    Career Builder

    NYS Dept. of Labor

    City of Buffalo Civil Service

    Erie County Civil Service

    IamBuffaloNiagaraJobs


    BETC now offers job announcements daily on

    WUFO MIX- 1080 AM Radio

    Helping us put

    Buffalo to work!

     

     

     

     



    Equal Opportunity Employer/Program. Auxiliary aids and services are available upon request to individuals with disabilities.


    Workforce Development Consortium | Workforce Investment Board
    Buffalo Employment & Training Center
    Erie Community College One Stop Center
    NYS Department of Labor Services Office


    City of Buffalo

    Funded by:

    U.S. Department of Labor
    Buffalo & Erie County
    Workforce Development Consortium, Inc.

    Erie County Works

    Mayor:
    Byron W. Brown

    County Executive:
    Mark C. Poloncarz