ADMINISTRATIVE/CLERICAL - Georgia Northwestern Technical

(Last update: December 2, 2014)
ADMINISTRATIVE/CLERICAL
Medical Scribes—with ScribeAmerica in the Calhoun, Chatsworth, and Adairsville, GA areas.
ScribeAmerica hires and trains anyone interested in a career in medicine. They provide paid classroom
and clinical training in various medical departments to prepare applicants to be medical Scribes. The role
of a Scribe offers exciting first-hand experience in the medical environment and full one-on-one shifts
working with board certified physicians. The job is second-to-none for exposure to medicine, disease
processes, medical decision-making and procedures performed in the department. Looking for
motivated, loyal applicants who have a passion for learning about the medical field to join the company.
ScribeAmerica offers:
 Paid classroom and clinical training
 Competitive pay
 Benefits
 20-40 hours per week
 Flexible scheduling
 Great learning experience
Apply at www.scribeamerica.com/how_to_apply.html. (Posted November 25, 2014)
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
FAMILY RESOURCE AGENCY of NORTH GEORGIA/HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START/PRE-K PROGRAM is
seeking to fill the following positions:
 EHS Teacher at Mtn. View HS/EHS, Immed: High School Diploma/GED and Infant/ Toddler CDA
required. Degree a plus. Responsible for working with Infants/Toddlers in classroom.
Completes home visits, plans & implements classroom activities and maintains records. Starting
Rate: $9.40/hr plus additional amounts based on education/ experience; contingent on your
current pay grade, and pay rate. 40 hrs/wk. Full benefits.
 Center Manager (CM) – Grade 9 at Whitfield HS/EHS, Jan., 2015: Associate/Bachelor’s Degree
in Early Childhood Education required. Coordinate all center operations and supervise all HS
staff. Previous management, supervisory and social services experience preferred. Assist CDC to
oversee the successful implementation of a comprehensive HS/EHS program. Must have access
to reliable transportation. Must have keyboard skills or ability to learn data entry for record
keeping system. Year round exempt position. Starting Rate: $12.94 per hour plus additional
amounts for experience; contingent on your current pay grade and rate. Full-time, Full benefits.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2014, 12:00 NOON
For applications, contact Family Resource Agency at 706-861-0105 or 403 Chickamauga Avenue, Suite
201; Rossville, GA. (EOE and Drug Free Workplace) (Posted December 1, 2014)
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY
Production Technician III- IV—with Oglethorpe Power in Dalton, Georgia.
Oglethorpe Power is seeking a Production Tech III-IV for their Thomas A. Smith Facility in Dalton.
POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for the support of the performance, operations and maintenance of
a 1240-MW natural gas fired combined cycle plant, consisting of two (2) 2X1 power blocks – GE7FA gas
turbines and D11 steam turbines with Mark VI controls in a manner consistent with providing safe,
reliable and efficient electric power generation. Technician must understand concepts to learn to
operate the equipment and perform plant systems analysis to take actions for identifying, resolving
and/or avoiding failure modes. In addition, the individual performs operator rounds, troubleshooting,
preventive, corrective and predictive maintenance on plant systems/equipment to ensure safe, efficient,
and reliable plant operations, as well as enhance equipment longevity, complying with all policies and
procedures, and governmental regulations. Responsible for providing reliable and efficient electric
power generation in compliance with corporate safety policies and procedures, mandatory electric
reliability standards, FERC, EPA, EPD, OSHA, DOT and all applicable governmental regulations.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Education: High School Diploma or equivalent required. Experience: Eight (8) to Twelve (12) plus years’
experience as qualified journeyman in the field of operations or maintenance for an operating
commercial power production facility, a large natural gas facility, or equivalent military experience. In
addition, a highly developed analytical and technical problem solving background. Also, prefer a
minimum of at least one (1) year control board operator experience with steam turbine or combined
cycle operations being a plus.
Equivalent Experience: Two (2) year technical degree or equivalent, and six (6) to ten (10) plus years’
experience as described in the Experience section above. Twelve (12) to Fifteen (15) plus year’s military
experience in a power or technical field.
Licenses, Certifications and/or Registrations: Valid Driver’s License, which meets the insurance eligibility
requirements under Oglethorpe Power’s qualification program.
Specialized Skills:
1. A strong ability to work in a team environment.
2. An effective trainer of personnel and one that motivates others to succeed.
3. The ability to extract, comprehend and develop instructions from technical manuals, journals,
and drawings, technical literature and other job related material; and to effectively
communicate orally and in writing using the English language.
4. Possess independent decision-making capabilities in stressful situations with minimum
supervision.
5. The ability to discern the colors red, green, amber and blue as used in troubleshooting electrical
diagrams, control system process and in color coding used in electronic and electrical
component repairs.
6. The ability to lift weights or twist with a force of up to 75 pounds, as in the removal and
replacement of access doors to equipment, turning of valves, hoisting of material overhead.
7. Working in Confined spaces and at heights, as in entering internal areas of the turbine for
inspection or repairs during outages, climbing ladders to gain access, working within tight
quarters of surrounding piping and conduit to perform troubleshooting functions.
8. The ability to troubleshoot electrical, instrument and mechanical systems for malfunctions.
9. The ability to instruct others in the performance of testing, checkout and troubleshooting of
equipment.
10. The ability to provide technical direction and leadership when assigned work lead in the
modifications and/or repairs of plant equipment.
11. The ability to perform predictive maintenance and interpret data on plant equipment
performance, if trained as a technology owner.
12. The ability to perform contractor management skills when needed. Somewhat noisy, dusty,
disagreeable conditions
Percent of travel involved: 10%
Unusual hours required of this position: Will require scheduled and call out OT as plant operating and
maintenance needs dictate. Production schedules require 24-hour coverage, rotating shift schedules are
required.
Pay range: $58,800 to $79,800 per year.
In addition to competitive salaries, Oglethorpe Power provides an outstanding workplace environment
and excellent benefits for employees. Our competitive benefits package includes but is not limited to:
 Paid time off
 Alternative work schedules
 Employee volunteer program
 401(k) with company matching
 Employer-funded retirement program
 Medical, dental and vision coverage
To apply: Applicants should go to http://opc.com/AboutUs/Careers/index.htm and select View Job
Openings, Locations, and then Thomas A. Smith Production Tech. (Posted November 25, 2014)
Technician—with Lincoln Electric, a subsidiary of Tennessee Rand, in Chattanooga, TN
RESPONSIBILITIES (Including but not limited to the following):
 Assembly of tools.
 Determines cell layout in advance of delivered equipment.
 Assembles all equipment used to operate the cell.
 Conducts plumbing for spot weld cells and erects safety panels for laser welders.
 Assembles and positions all electrical control pallets for electrical control panels and welders,
mig cells and spot-weld cells.
 Locates and positions all light curtains for safety compliance
 Monitors daily technical and/or mechanical activities and maintains effective preventive
maintenance system.
 Maintains quality and plant safety requirements
 Completes assigned work efficiently and per Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
 Disassembles, repairs, and reassembles equipment such as gearboxes, pumps and mechanical
drive trains
 Interprets blueprints, schematics, data trending and equipment manuals
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Troubleshoots and corrects mechanical problems in a fast-paced environment and conveys
information to engineers to update or redesign equipment.
 Works in a team or as an autonomous group performing work orders and providing technical
support
 Performs technical analysis to prepare recommendations for future action.
 Plans, schedules and records all maintenance activities, repairs and ensures all required
materials and/or parts are available, prepared and organized as necessary to optimize
manufacturing operations.
 Organizes and maintains lubricants required for production and ancillary equipment
 Tracks, develops and leads all mechanical maintenance work.
 Loads and unloads equipment with ability to rig and estimate weights.
 Confers with team leads to identify potential problems and work through to resolution.
 Travels to customer locations to reassemble cells.
 Performs mechanical rebuilds as required.
 Estimates time required to complete the required tasks.
 Coordinates work with customer contacts to verify drop locations, hot work permits and other
off-site requirements.
EDUCATION/TRAINING/EXPERIENCE
 High School, GED, Vocational High School, or Technical College and training or experience as
specified below.
EXPERIENCE & QUALIFICATIONS
 3 years’ experience in a manufacturing environment including preventative maintenance
experience.
 Experience with robotic equipment is a plus.
 Hands-on experience required.
 Must be able to read detailed blueprints.
 Must be qualified forklift operator.
 Must be able to work at heights (boom trucks, etc.)
 Must be knowledgeable of OSHA codes and requirements.
 Needs awareness of safety and proper lifting and transporting heavy and oversize loads
 Need to have an awareness of automated equipment and its inherent dangers.
 Needs to be proactive in continuous improvement methods.
 Preventative maintenance experience.
 Millwright skills required to properly rig loads and determine safe ways to move equipment.
 Knowledge of mechanics, pneumatics, hydraulics and electricity.
 A basic understanding of fabrication skills such as welding, cutting, grinding and machine work.
 An ability/desire to maintain orderliness and cleanliness in the maintenance of equipment.
 Ability to follow directions and ensure a safe and high quality product and production
environment.
EOE AA/M/F/Vet/Disability
To apply, candidates should forward resumes to [email protected] (Posted November 25, 2014)
Valve Actuator Technican—in Kennesaw, GA.
Georgia Western Inc. located in Kennesaw Georgia, is actively recruiting valve actuator technicians for
repair, installation, assembly, and troubleshooting of various types and brands of valve actuators. The
position would include work in our facilities in Kennesaw, as well as travel to various utility job sites all
around the United States. The knowledge and aptitude to understand controls, wiring and mechanical
concepts of electric, pneumatic and hydraulic actuators is what we are seeking. Our company employs
over 30 individuals who support the Power, Pipeline, Chemical and Water Utility industries for over 20
years. We offer a full benefits package including Health Insurance, 401K, Vacation and sick leave. Please
send your resume and introductory letter to [email protected] (Posted November 21, 2014)
CNC Conversational Machinist—with Textile Industrial Welding in Dalton, GA. Entry level position.
7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. shift. Starting pay based on education and experience, ranging from $12-$17.
The ideal candidate will be able to:
 Touch tools off
 Pick up part zero (using edge detectors)
 Understand speeds and feeds, surface feet per minute, chip load
Candidate will also have:
 Strong math skills
 Basic mechanical ability (performing preventive maintenance on machines)
 Experience on a manual mill and lathe
CNC conversation programming is also a plus. Candidates should forward resumes to [email protected]
(Posted November 18, 2014)
MEDICAL
Medical Assistants—with Medical Solutions in Chattanooga, TN.
Positions are temporary to permanent with some PRN.
Duties:
 Record patients' medical history, vital statistics, or information such as test results in medical
records.
 Prepare treatment rooms for patient examinations, keeping the rooms neat and clean.
 Interview patients to obtain medical information and measure their vital signs, weight, and
height.
 Show patients to examination rooms and prepare them for the physician.
 Prepare and administer medications as directed by a physician.
 Collect blood, tissue, or other laboratory specimens, log the specimens, and prepare them for
testing.
 Authorize drug refills and provide prescription information to pharmacies.
 Explain treatment procedures, medications, diets, or physicians' instructions to patients.
 Clean and sterilize instruments and dispose of contaminated supplies.
 Perform routine laboratory tests and sample analyses.
Candidates must be a Registered Medical Assistant from an Accredited College.
Apply online at www.med-solutions.net. (Posted November 18, 2014)
MISCELLANEOUS
Field Service Technician – with DISH in Calhoun/Rome
Satellite TV Installers/Technician Primary Responsibilities:
 Conducting site surveys - determine the best positioning of our equipment for strongest signal
reception.
 Installing cutting edge technology - place mounts, satellite dishes and receivers while ensuring
broadband connectivity.
 Educating customers - review order with the customer and teach them the basics to use and
enjoy their new service and equipment.
 Providing Dish Smart Home Services - successful technicians have the opportunity to offer our
customers additional services and products while earning incentives and building new skill sets
that will propel them into the future of in-home services delivery.
Skills - Experience and Requirements:
 A successful Home-based Satellite TV Installer/Technician will have the following:
 Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
 High energy, being resourceful, and strong multi-tasking skills
 Basic computer skills; basic electronics and/or audio/video knowledge is helpful.
 Strong customer service skills; friendly, approachable and motivated with a strong work ethic
and high degree of integrity.
 Ability to stand for long periods of time on a ladder, lift over 70 lbs at times, crawl into small
spaces, work in all climates and remain within the individual weight requirement of 275 lbs.
 Willingness to work flexible schedules including weekends, holidays and evenings.
 High school diploma or GED required; college or technical/vocational school a plus.
 Must possess a valid driver's license with a driving record that meets DISH's minimum safety
standard
What’s in it for you?
 Competitive hourly and overtime wages plus DISH provides our technicians with paid training,
uniforms, cutting edge tools, a fuel card, and a vehicle
 Progressive incentive program for providing additional solutions to customers - As you earn
points, you may choose from thousands of rewards such as digital tablets, riding lawn mowers,
or even airfare to Hawaii!
 An opportunity to earn additional bi-weekly incentive pay through achieving your performance
goals!
 Have 3 days off per week – we schedule our technicians to work 4 day work weeks
 Highly independent work with unparalleled promotional opportunities
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Comprehensive benefits package including complimentary DISH Network service, paid time off,
medical, dental, and vision insurance, 401K, employee stock purchase program, and tuition
reimbursement
To apply, go to: https://dish-assessment3dish.icims.com/jobs/22260/job?mobile=false&width=1333&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false
(Posted December 2, 2014)
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