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Updated 06/05/23

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Employer: Buffalo Trace District Health Department

Job Title:  Health Access Nurturing Development Services (HANDS)

Company & Location: Contracted position for Mason and Robertson counties.

Job Description:

Responsible for imitating and maintaining regular and long-term contact and provide support to first time voluntary parents during the prenatal period and extending up to but not inclusive of the child’s second birthday. Document case records home visit logs accurately. Maintain confidentiality of program information.

Requirement skills & education:

  • Required to attend all HANDS trainings.
  • Minimum education is a high school diploma or GED

How to Apply: Submit your resume and application to or mail to 130 East Second Street, Maysville, KY 41056

Supervisor: Fire Captain

Class Characteristics: Under the direction of a superior officer, performs fire suppression and prevention activities; performs complicated rescue activities; performs hazardous materials response; performs routine station and equipment maintenance duties; performs related work as required.

Requirements: by the date of submission of the application, be twenty-one (21) years of age and not over forty (40) years of age and provide copy of birth certificate copy with application; be a high school graduate or have earned a GED Diploma for high school level and provide copy of diploma with application. Must be an orderly, law-abiding citizen; a person of sobriety and integrity, and of sound mind and body. Be willing to become a qualified voter of the Commonwealth of Kentucky within six (6) months of date of appointment, if employed; be willing to undergo a thorough personal background investigation prior to a conditional offer of employment; after a conditional offer of employment, successfully complete a thorough physical examination as required prior to probationary appointment provided he satisfactorily passes all other performance requirements; have any other qualifications as may be prescribed by Kentucky Statutes or ordinances of the City of Ashland including but not limited to Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) per KRS 95A.040; as a pre-condition to employment and a condition to continued employment, execute a waiver to submit to random testing for illicit drugs. This waiver will be in force as long as employed by the Ashland Fire Department. Provide a truthful statement certifying he has not used illicit drugs for the past twelve (12) months; be willing to submit to and successfully complete a polygraph test at option of the City prior to probationary appointment; possess and maintain a valid driver’s license and provide a copy. Acquire and maintain Kentucky emergency medical technician certification within two (2) years of employment.

Apply: at

Employer: City of Maysville

Job Title:  Comptroller

Company & Location: City of Maysville, Mason County

Job Description:

The Comptroller serves as Chief Financial Officer of the City; plans, organizes, directs, controls, and evaluates the activities of the Finance Department. The Comptroller supports the financial accounting processes of the City in accordance with the governmental Accounting Standards as promulgated by the Government Standards Board (GASB) as well as Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) as required. The Comptroller provides fiscal accountability to the City directly through the coordination, formulation, monitoring, and presentation of budgets for controlling funds to implement program objectives of the City.

The Comptroller maintains a systematic, disciplined approach to identify risks and evaluate and improve the effectiveness of the Finance Department through the implementation and promotion of financial controls and governance processes.

Requirement skills & education:

  • A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, public administration, or related field.  A master’s degree and/or CPA license is preferred.
  • A minimum of ten (10) years of broad-based Finance experience, knowledge of GASB and GAAP are required and progressively responsible management experience, preferably with demonstrated success in the following areas:
    • organizational management
    • budget/fiscal management
    • leadership of senior-level staff

How to Apply: Please complete the online application and email your resume to

Employer: CTI

Job Title:  Production Operator Polyclip 2nd shift

Company & Location: CTI in Owingsville, KY

Job Description: Follow all company Safety Rules and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP’s) and adhere to JSA guidelines.

  • Follow all SOP’s (standard operating procedures) for the operation of the equipment used
  • Produce high quality products in a safe and healthful manner
  • Set up machinery ensuring all production materials are available
  • Operate and monitor equipment and replenish materials as needed
  • Follow specific machine operating procedures and make adjustments as necessary
  • Follow daily set up and/or shutdown procedures
  • Maintain accurate production records
  • Make adjustments to check weighers, metal detectors and codes as required
  • Expected to achieve established performance standards.
  • Maintain appropriate level of raw materials as required, to ensure production lines incur minimal down time
  • Work in all areas of production and packaging, as assigned, which includes operating, being in close proximity to and crossing over or under machinery.
  • Ability to perform the essential functions of the job and perform as a member of a team
  • Must be able to work any shift, overtime, weekends and/or holidays
  • Ability to follow written and verbal instructions
  • Complete routine documentation associated with the manufacture of product
  • Ability to identify visual defects and make correction as needed, and identify and distinguish between colors
  • Must be able to work in areas of varying temperatures
  • Relieve other associates as necessary
  • Maintain good housekeeping
  • Regular attendance
  • Promotes, adheres, and is responsible for Food Safety and Quality
  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed
  • Perform all job duties and responsibilities in a compliant and ethical manner and in accordance with applicable Federal, State, and local laws as well as company policies and procedures

Requirement skills & education: Ability to read, write and interpret documents such as box markings, labels, schedules, safety rules, GMP’s and general instructions

  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of manufacturing process and equipment
  • Ability to work in a high paced environment
  • Reliable attendance is an essential function of the job

Salary & Benefits: $31-$39.8k a year

How to Apply:

Employer: First National Bank

Job Title: Teller and Bookkeeping

Company & Location: First National Bank in Brooksville, KY

Job Description: Full time Employee with great customer services skills! This Position will require the ability to cross- train as a teller and in the bookkeeping department.

Requirement skills & education: Great customer service skills.

How to Apply: Apply in person ~=

105 Locust Street
Brooksville, KY 41004


JOB TITLE: One-Stop Operator

SALARY RANGE: Up to $50,000

REPORTS TO: FIVCO ADD Executive Director; TENCO WDB Director


Will manage and provide oversight for services and activities provided through the Kentucky Career Centers; coordinator the service delivery of one-stop partners and service providers; facilitate the completion of and implement the Memorandum of Understanding; analyze customer flow; improve customer access to services; increase awareness of Career Center Services; implement federal, state and local initiatives, streamline workforce services and perform other duties as assigned.


  1. Coordinate service delivery between multiple partner agencies in a multi-center area.
  2. Oversee and evaluate general operations such as Career Center hours and maintenance.
  3. Implement Federal, State, and Local Career Center regulations, guidance, and initiatives.
  4. Streamline services through common intake, referral procedures, team-based case management, and other initiatives identified through Federal, State or Local guidance.
  5. Evaluate quality and quantity of services provided.
  6. Develop, implement and evaluate system and Career Center goals.
  7. Convene and facilities regular partner meetings by preparing agendas, discussion materials, data and other items as required.
  8. Assist with the development and implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding, Infrastructure Funding Agreements and other KCC system agreements.
  9. Oversee KCC certification process for each center.
  10. Evaluate performance data for each KCC, and if necessary, develop and implement methods for continuous improvement.
  11. Present reports to the TENCO WDB and Career Center Committee.
  12. Request and assist in the development of electronic and hard copy outreach/promotional literature and activities.
  13. Establish regular communication modes with all partners and front-line
  14. Ensure that each center and services are accessible for all customers.
  15. Assist with coordination of partnerships among agencies to ensure a holistic array of services are available without
  16. Professionally represent the KCC at meetings, in the community, and with other agencies and government officials.
  17. Educate the community about KCC services.
  18. Assist in the coordination and implementation of staff development.
  19. Develop policies and procedures for the KCC system.
  20. Ensure the KCC has adequate resources to meet the needs of the customer.
  21. Ensure technology is utilized at its maximum potential in order to provide alternative avenues for service delivery.
  22. Serve as the board staff on the Career Center Committee.
  23. Other responsibilities as assigned.


Work is typically performed in an office setting at a desk. Regional and out-of-state travel and some overnight travel is required. Valid Kentucky driver’s license is required.


Must be able to effectively communicate in written and through verbal interaction. Requires attention to detail. Occasional light lifting.


Equipment typically used includes personal computer, tablet, laptop, scanner, printer, calculator, fax machine, copier and paper shredder.


Bachelor’s degree in a human service-related field is preferred. Experience may be considered in lieu of a bachelor’s degree if experience is directly related to workforce services.


  • Knowledgeable of local business and industries.
  • Excellent communicator with diverse populations.
  • Computer literate.
  • Knowledgeable of employment and training laws, Civil Rights laws relating to employment, education and training and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • Provide services in a professional manner and maintain constructive working relationships.
  • Professional in appearance.
  • Must maintain confidentiality.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.
  • Ability to prioritize work and organize tasks.
  • Flexible in scheduling.
  • Ability to analyze data and formulate policies and procedures.
  • Complete work in a timely, accurate and thorough manner and be conscientious about assignments.

FIVCO ADD reserves the right to revise and alter this job description as needed.

To apply, mail resume to: FIVCO ADD, 32 FIVCO Court, Grayson, KY 41143 or email


Job Title: Workforce Development Counselor

Location: KY Career Center – Morehead

Reports to: FIVCO ADD Executive Director

Salary: $30,000.00 – $32,000.00

General Summary: Provides career guidance and case management to individuals seeking assistance with locating self- sustaining employment. The targeted population will be reentry, recovery, long term unemployed, under employed, and youth in Rowan, Bath, Montgomery, Fleming, Menifee, and Morgan counties. Will work with individuals, groups, partner agencies and/or businesses.

Essential Duties and Tasks:

  1. Provide outreach and recruitment methods to reach the targeted population;
  2. Collect documents necessary to support enrollment in Wagner-Peyser services and/or WIOA;
  3. Conduct interviews and assessments with customers to determine educational and employment history, strengths, obstacles, and goals;
  4. Develop and maintain and Individual Employment Plan for each individual enrolled;
  5. Provide career/employment guidance through an understanding of labor market data, local job opportunities, and community resources;
  6. Facilitate employment preparation classes;
  7. Assist individuals in enrolling and participating in On-the-Job training opportunities;
  8. Provide intensive case management and follow-up services with enrolled customers;
  9. Maintain an updated database of all enrollments and outcomes;
  10. Assist with hiring events;
  11. Assist businesses with placing job orders, rapid response events, screening and referring applicants;
  12. Connect individuals to additional services or resources as necessary;
  13. Complete accurate and timely documentation as required by the grant;
  14. Participate in Partner and other meetings deemed necessary for the success of the program; and
  15. Other duties as assigned.

Working Conditions:

Work is typically performed in an office sitting. Local travel is required and with the potential of occasional overnight travel.

Primarily working conditions will require communication skills, knowledge of area resources, locating information, computer skills, and a desire for accurate detailed documentation. A valid drivers license is required.


Must be able to effectively communicate in written and verbal interaction. There may be occasion for light lifting.

Machines, Tools, Equipment:

Equipment typically used includes computer, scanner, printer, calculator, fax machine, copier, shredder, and binding machine. Use of a vehicle.

Minimum Qualifications:

Documented experience with WIOA and/or Federal programs is preferred. Degree in Education, Counseling, Social Services, Human Resources, or related field preferred. Applicants with less than a bachelor’s degree may be considered with documented two or four years of pertinent experience but would be under the direct supervision of the Senior Workforce Counselor for the area.

A combination of education, training, and experience may be substituted when competency in the role has been demonstrated.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to those who are able to perform the essential duties of the job. The incumbent must be able to pass any required drug test and new hire background check.

Specialized Skills and Knowledge:

  • Complete work in a timely, accurate, and thorough manner and is conscientious about assignments and deadlines.
  • Must be an excellent communicator with a diverse population.
  • Able to create and facilitate training programs.
  • Knowledgeable of employment and training laws including the Civil Rights laws and Americans with Disabilities Act.
  • Provide professional services and maintain constructive working relationships.
  • Must be computer literate in Microsoft Office programs.
  • Able to prioritize work and organize tasks.
  • Represent the FIVCO ADD, KY Career Center, and TENCO Workforce Development Board in a professional manner.
  • Ability to work in groups and/or with individuals.
  • Must be organized and adaptable to changing environments.
  • Must have self-initiative and once trained require limited oversight.
  • Must maintain confidentiality.

To apply, mail resume to: FIVCO ADD, 32 FIVCO Court, Grayson, KY 41143 or email

Employer: Green Tree Forest

Job Title: Lumber Puller

Company & Location: Green Tree Forest, Wallingford Ky

Job Description: The primary responsibilities of a lumber puller include ensuring that the lumber is pulled off the green chain into the correct load using proper pulling techniques.

Requirement skills & education: Prior experience is preferred but not necessary as we provide on-the-job training to each new hire.

Salary & Benefits: We provide health, dental, and vision insurance and 401k when a new hire has been here for at least six months. We also provide five paid holidays for every employee.

How to Apply: A potential new hire can apply either in person or on the phone; or submit an application online through our website:

Address: 746 Muses Mill Rd, Wallingford, Ky, 40351
Phone number: (606) 462-1488

Employer: Housing Authority

Job Title: Housing Manager

Company & Location: Maysville, KY

Job Description: Looking for a Housing Manager that is computer literate, good with communication and people skills. Must have the ability to multi- task. Activities will include but not limited to data entry, intake of applications, complete annual and interim certification with HUD timelines. Coordinate all move in and move outs. Ensure residents adhere to the lease and procedures, maintain tenant files per agency standards at all times. Provide professional customer service. Resolve all tenant complaints in a timely and professional manner. Manage the unit turn process to reduce vacancy loss. Answer phone calls, filing, accepting rent payments, and other general office duties as assigned. Must be detailed oriented and have the ability to problem solve independently. This is a full time position.

Requirement skills & education:

  • Good Communication and people skills
  • Multi-task
  • Answer phone calls
  • Filing documents
  • Accepting rent payments
  • Problem solve

Salary & Benefits: Pay will commensurate with experience and education. Excellent benefit package and retirement after completing probationary period.

How to Apply: Submit resume and three personal references to ~

The Housing Authority of Maysville
Property Manager Position
PO Box 446
Maysville, KY 41056

Employer: Summit Polymers

Job Title: Quality Engineer

Company & Location: Summit Polymers, Mt. Sterling-KY

Job Description: Performs Quality function assignments during product Design Input and Design Output process to ensure all aspects of product quality and quality tools are considered and optimized.

  • Develops, uses, and maintains Summit Polymers and APQP quality documents including but not limited to PFMEA, Process Flow/Control Plan, Quality Inspection Standards, First/Last Piece Instructions, Receiving Inspection Instructions, Dock Audit Instructions, Safe Launch Instructions, etc.
  • Ensures quality plans are in compliance to all related statutory and regulatory requirements.
  • Reviews, interprets, and communicates technical drawings and other technical information needed to assure the compliance of products or processes. (GD&T, DV / PV testing requirements, SC, CCs, KPI, etc.)
  • Utilizes Measurement Systems Analysis techniques to qualify gages, fixtures, and other metrology equipment as needed.
  • Utilizes statistical analysis to determine process normality and capability through the use of statistical analysis. (P values, PPK, CPK, etc…)
  • Supports Corporate Supplier Quality Engineering with development of supplier product, critical review/critique of drawings/tolerances, review/approve quality control plans, attending supplier run at rates as needed, and critical reviews and approval of supplier PPAPs.
  • Manages Appearance Approval Report (AAR) process including directing colorant, paint, film, and purchased component suppliers, developing internal color tolerance values, attending customer color harmony events, and proactively engaging customer color harmony through life of production.
  • Ensures compliance with all unique customer specific quality requirements throughout the product development cycle.
  • Assembles all PPAP information at pre-launch as well as for subsequent post launch changes and submits or presents to customer.
  • Accesses, updates, and maintains all customer web based applications utilized during product development.
  • Performs and oversees safe launch containment inspections and determines corrective actions for safe launch findings.
  • Supports all launch preparation activities including training of associates, internal development trials, customer run at rates, on-site customer builds, Launch Readiness Reviews, and Launch Effectiveness Reviews. Provides proactive / prior to launch training and support to on-site quality liaisons at customer facilities for all new products. Provides support for internal plant operations enabling the production of high quality, high value products for our customers.
  • Provides functional and technical knowledge and research in support of manufacturing operations in resolving quality concerns and questions.
  • Develops, maintains and performs internal Layered Process Audits and analyzes findings to take appropriate corrective actions.
  • Participates in other auditing activities including but not limited to customer audits, internal quality audits, supplier quality audits, and internal/external IATF / ISO audits.
  • Supports and participates in continuous improvement activities that create improvements to standardized work methods and operational efficiency.
  • Uses industry standard metrology equipment to qualify and calibrate as needed products, processes, or fixtures / tools.
  • Provides guidance to quality inspectors / technicians in performing their responsibilities.
  • Provides support when required during off hours relating to any topic related to the above mentioned duties.

Requirement skills & education: Leads, performs and supports Practical Problem Solving (PPS) activities to fully define the problem, determine root cause, and develop root cause based corrective actions to resolve customer, internal and supplier quality concerns.

  • Documents corrective actions on PPS A3 format, and when required on specific customer problem solving / corrective action formats.

Shares corrective actions with other affected functions, including corporate teams, sister plants, and suppliers.

Salary & Benefits: $30,100-$38,200/per year

How to Apply:

Employer: Summit Polymers

Job Title: Machine Operator

Company & Location: Summit Polymers, Mt. Sterling-KY

Job Description: Get paid weekly as you assist in the production of highly visible interior car parts. As a machine operator, one of your responsibilities will be to read and understand an Operator Instruction Sheet. Your daily tasks will include light assembly, quality inspection, and following safety standards. In addition, you will be responsible for light clerical work, taking ownership of your work station, and other duties as assigned by your supervisor.

Requirement Skills & Education: This position requires standing for the majority of the day and working with your hands. You must be able to lift up to 30 pounds.

Salary & Benefits: $25-$32.1k a year

How to Apply:

Employer: Wiggles & Giggles Daycare

Job Title: Teacher and Teacher Aide

Company & Location:

Wiggles & Giggles Daycare
Ashland KY

Job Description:

  • Provide basic care and caregiving activities
  • Use a wide range of teaching methods (stories, media, indoor or outdoor games, drawing etc.) to enhance the child’s abilities
  • Evaluate children’s performance to make sure they are on the right learning track
  • Remain in constant communication with parents and update them on the progress of their children
  • Observe children’s interactions and promote the spirit of concord
  • Collaborate with other colleagues
  • Adhere with teaching standards and safety regulations as established by the official sources
  • Ensure children’s basic needs, like nutritional and developmental education, are met.
  • Having the ability to communicate with children. It is essential to listen closely and be adaptable enough so you can meet a child’s needs in any situation
  • Flexible, organized, patient, innovative and confident

Required Skills & Education:

  • High School Diploma or Equivalent
  • Negative TB Skin Test
  • Must pass background and drug test
  • Knowledge of child development
  • Methodical and creative
  • Patience, flexibility and love for children
  • Strong communication and time management skills

How to Apply: Email Resume to or call 606-585-0700.