FINGER LAKES WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD RECOGNIZES THOMPSON HEALTH AS MARCH’S BUSINESS OF THE MONTH.
GENEVA, NEW YORK – The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board (FLWIB) announced today that Thompson Health is March’s “Business of the Month” recognizing the company’s efforts in building strong community partnerships while contributing to the local economy.
Thompson Health is the parent corporation overseeing the operation of five affiliate health care organizations on a variety of campuses in Ontario and Livingston Counties. With a respected medical staff of more than 300 physicians, a community volunteer group with over 400 members and 1,400 Associates, Thompson is an affiliate of the University of Rochester Medical Center and provides quality health care to more than 165,000 residents and their families in the greater Finger Lakes region.
Jennifer DeVault, Vice President of Associate Services, has been a board member for FLWIB since 2006 and the chairperson of the Healthcare Alliance of the Finger Lakes since 2008. The Healthcare Alliance of the Finger Lakes, part of the FLWIB, is a consortium of regional healthcare providers whose focus is the development and retention of a high quality workforce. They accomplish this through various events including seminars for industry leaders, recruiting events for human resource departments and career fairs that promote opportunities to local high school students like the “Serving Community Healthcare in the Finger Lakes” event scheduled for March 19th. This annual event, scheduled to take place at Finger Lakes Community College’s Student Center is expected to host over 300 students from 15 different school districts. Students will participate in healthcare career specific seminars and discuss career options with employers and educators.
“Jennifer and her team of Thompson staff are very active in the planning and coordinating of these events and serve as excellent examples of strong community partners.” Karen Springmeier, Executive Director, Finger Lakes WIB. “We are proud of their efforts and look forward to our continued partnership.”
For more information regarding the Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board, call 315-789-3131.
The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board, Inc. is hiring for the position of:
Advanced Manufacturing Career Navigator
CCMI Plastics in Geneva has two current openings. Details on both openings are below. All resumes should be sent to email@example.com. Application is by email only, no phone calls.
Responsible for providing accounting and administrative support to the team. Enter daily bills and invoicing, ensure files are completed and maintained as needed, handles accounts payables and receivable duties, as well as assisting with all Administrative functions. We are looking for a person who is interested in working with a small business, willing to help grow the business, and work as a team player. This person needs to have an open mind, and committed to their career.
*Perform accounting and clerical functions to support
*Provide front desk customer service.
*Support accounting personnel.
*Processing all functions, for accounts payables and accounts receivables
*Enter Bills, match accounting paperwork to shipping. (Making a complete
*Utilize computer systems to run databases, pay bills and order supplies.
*Contact individuals with delinquent accounts.
*Ensure customers accept payments or refunds.
*Needs to be flexible to assist/back up the shipping department.
Requirements: QuickBooks knowledge and experience; Microsoft office (primarily word, excel and outlook); Communication skills; Organization skills
Compensation/Benefits: Hourly Wage based on experience; Paid vacation, sick time and holiday pay; 401K program with matching; Health Insurance program
Hours are 7:00 am – 3:30pm Monday – Friday
Summary: CNC Vertical Mill Programmer/Setup/Operator
CCMI Inc located in Geneva NY is seeking an experienced CNC Vertical Milling machinist.
Must have knowledge of the manufacturing sequences and machining methods, G and M code programming, editing programs and making tool offsets.
Previous experience working in a production environment operating CNC Vertical Mills
Ability to work independently
Must have own measuring equipment (minimum of 6” dial caliper and 0-1” micrometers)
Must have own tools (Tool box preferred but not required)
GD&T knowledge and experience required
Operates, maintains and sets up CNC Vertical Milling machines to include troubleshooting and correcting problems in a timely manner
Inspects components visually and dimensionally with hand instruments to ensure components conform to customer requirements
Performs other functions as required.
Notifies manager of any potential machine or tool problems and malfunctions or out-of-tolerance machining.
Communicates with co-workers and managers to receive instructions and coordinate activities
Responsible for proper use, operation and care of all tools, tooling, and inspection equipment. Must adhere to company policy and procedures.
The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board, Inc. announces the release of the RFP for Year-Round WIA Youth Programs in the Finger Lakes Workforce Area. Please click on the link for the Public Notice and the complete RFP.
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FINGER LAKES WORKFORCE INVESTMENT BOARD RECOGNIZES HIPSHOT PRODUCTS AS FEBRUARY’S BUSINESS OF THE MONTH
GENEVA, NEW YORK – The Finger Lakes Workforce Investment Board (FL WIB), Inc. announced today that Hipshot Products is February’s “Business of the Month” recognizing the company’s efforts to build strong community partnerships along with their continuing contributions to the local economy.
Hipshot Products, located in Interlaken, NY is one of the last remaining companies that designs and manufactures guitar hardware in the USA. Founded in 1983 by Dave Borisoff and Bob Borisoff (Dave’s dad), the company moved from California to the Finger Lakes in 1994. Over the years the business has grown into a company that ships parts all over the world including France, Italy, Germany, and Japan and employs a workforce of 28.
To develop their workforce, Dave often relies on the business services offered through Finger Lakes Works including Job Bank Posting, On the Job Training, and tax incentives. He has also developed partnerships with community agencies that include ACCES-VR and Seneca-Cayuga ARC. As a result of these partnership Hipshot is a past recipient the National Disability Employment Awareness Month Award for Regional Employers.
“The FLWIB is pleased to recognize Hipshot Products for their partnerships with the community organizations in an effort to grow their workforce and for their commitment to Seneca County” said Karen Springmeier, Executive Director, Finger Lakes WIB said.
For more information on Hipshot Products, please visit their website at: www.hipshotproducts.com.
The next CNA Training Program at Geneva General Hospital will start on May 21st and will run through June 18th. This is a paid training program, $8.00 per hour during training and upon certification the base rate will increase to $9.52 plus shift differential for working the off shifts and weekends. Anyone who has interest can apply directly through their web site, www.flhealth.org.
-Mary Granger, HR Generalist