Our Youth Innovations Forum With over 290 graduates since its inception in 2006, Youth Innovation Forum teaches and nurtures an entrepreneurial thought process to students. Using problem identification, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills, each class is challenged to develop product design concepts. This is 8-week program prepares students critical and creative thinking skills that they can apply throughout their professional lives.
Fall ’17 class begins on August 12th with an Orientation. Click here for the flyer details
The CAAO Executive Matchmaker is a program that connects high-level corporate and nonprofit executives to individuals who would like to have a one-on-one meeting with them for coaching, mentorship, business opportunities, and career advice. In most cases, individuals cannot simply pick up the phone and ask to speak the CEO of a corporation. This program gives participants the opportunity to meet with executives for a minimum of a one-hour meeting.
The CAAO Leadership Retreat is program that unites the CAAO network and others to come together and have discussions on different topics that are of interest.
The CAAO’s BESTT Round Table Meetings are quarterly meetings that bring together all CAAO’s BESTT Donors for a combination of brainstorming, education, coaching, and support in a group setting to sharpen their business and personal skills.
CAAO Sponsors and CAAO’s BESTT donors have to the opportunity to post jobs on the CAAO website at no cost. If you are not a CAAO Sponsor or CAAO’s BESTT donor, the cost is $100 per job posting or $1,000 for unlimited job postings for one year. Call the CAAO office at 216-432-9481 for more details.
Sales Associate – Underwriting, WKSU
Kent State University
September 29, 2017
ARE YOU READY TO TAKE YOUR MEDIA SALES CAREER TO A MEANINGFUL PLACE?
DO YOU LOVE PUBLIC RADIO – NPR?
WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY AVAILABLE AT WKSU 89.7!
We are seeking a determined, persuasive, skillful media sales professional to join our team at WKSU.
Meaningful and Engaging Work: In this position you will help businesses and non-profits connect to WKSU’s audience with their sponsorship message on multiple delivery channels including radio, digital and events. In this relationship building role, you will reach out to decision makers at local businesses, meet with them to understand their marketing needs and develop proposals that offer marketing solutions to help them grow their businesses. This is a high performance position in that you will prospect, conduct needs assessments, create and present proposals, close the deal, write copy and service the account. While managing an account list you will also focus on developing new business.
Do You Have?
To apply, we require: (1) a letter explaining your interest and how your skills are aligned to this position and (2) your resume. This is YOUR opportunity TO SELL us on being a qualified candidate for this position!
For a complete description of this position and to apply online,
visit our jobsite at https://jobs.kent.edu
Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer / Disabled / Veterans
Control Systems Technician
September 29, 2017
Working under general supervision and with a high degree of independence, the systems technician is responsible for the service, maintenance, and testing of the access control system, CCTV, security systems, and fire alarm systems in keeping with the mission and values of Case Western Reserve University and the department of Public Safety.
1. Serve as technician for Lenel Access Control and the CCTV system and associated. (30%)
2. Serve as fire alarm technician for Fire Control Instruments and Simplex fire alarm systems. (30%)
3. Bypass devices for contract work and/or service deficiencies. (5%)
4. Train designated personnel in operating procedures to ensure minimal false alarm occurrences. (5%)
5. Maintain accurate and detailed service and inspection data through entry to a computerized work order management system on a daily basis. (5%)
6. Maintain equipment, tools and supplies. Coordinate ordering of needed equipment, tools and supplies. (5%)
7. Oversee electrical contractor assisting in pulling cable, installing devices or anything else required to install the access control system to proper national/local codes. (5%)
8. Supervise performance of fire systems, assess control and CCTV contract vendors. (5%)
1. Perform minor computer, printer, and peripherals troubleshooting and installation in office as well as some miscellaneous mounting of miscellaneous equipment. (5%)
2. Perform other duties as assigned. (5%)
Department: Frequent contact with departmental staff to maintain workflow
University: Frequent contact with Public Safety, Plant Services and IT personnel to exchange information.
External: Frequent contact with security and fire vendors and electrical contractors to exchange information.
Students: Little or no contact with students.
No direct supervision of staff employees.
Experience: 5 years of Access Control installation/service experience.
Education/Licensing: High school diploma or equivalent. Certificate of completion from trade school in field related to electronics required. Must be Lenel CR2000R Access Control certified. State of Ohio Fire Alarm Certification is preferred. Valid Ohio Driver’s license, free of serious or frequent violations required.
1. Required knowledge of electricity, electronic circuitry, digital electronics, microprocessor controls, current computer operating systems and their use, and central computerized security and access control systems
2. Familiarity with current National Electrical codes as well as NFPA codes. Knowledge of the proper and safe use of hand tools, power tools, electronic and safety equipment.
3. Required ability to read blueprints and be familiar with a variety of electrical and electronic testing devices
4. Physical requirements include full body motion and ability to perform work while bending, stooping, stretching, climbing ladders. Ability to lift 25-100 pounds and/or assist with lifting when exceeding 100 pounds.
5. Color acuity sufficient to distinguish color-coded wiring and piping is required.
6. Good communication skills and ability to effectively multi-task.
General office environment in Health Services building. The employee will have exposure to general chemicals, radioactive materials, and laboratory animals when working in research facilities. Outdoor exposure when moving between facilities.
Cuyahoga County Arts and Culture
October 4, 2017
What Is The Position?
Cuyahoga Arts & Culture (CAC) seeks a manager to oversee the day-to-day operations of a portion of grants in our two primary grant programs: project support and general operating support. In this position you will gain in-depth knowledge of and build strong working relationships with over 80 cultural partners (grant recipients). You will also evaluate your programs periodically, consider how they fit within the organization’s objectives and suggest improvements when applicable. We are filling two openings for this same role.
Who Are We?
We are one of the largest public funders of arts and culture in the nation, connecting people to millions of cultural experiences in Cuyahoga County each year. Since 2007, we have invested over $158 million in tax dollars in 350 organizations and projects countywide. Learn more about our mission, vision and values.
Why Work With Us?
We are a team that believes in connection, discovery, equity, service, stewardship, and trust. We encourage each team member to pursue personal and professional development opportunities as part of their yearly objectives. We offer an excellent benefits package including 25 days of paid time off, 11 paid holidays, and medical and dental coverage. Our office hours are 8:30 am-4:30 pm Monday-Friday. We are located in the heart of Cleveland’s vibrant downtown at Playhouse Square. This position is a 40 hour/week, full-time position with occasional night and weekend responsibilities.
What Is Our Commitment to Equity?
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to fostering and cultivating a culture of diversity and inclusion, where every team member is valued and respected. We value equity and embrace and encourage our team members’ differences in age, color, ethnicity, ancestry, sex, family or marital status, gender identity or expression, language, national origin, physical and mental disability, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, veteran status, citizenship status, and other characteristics that make our team unique.
What Are the Essential Functions of the Position?
How Do You Apply?
If you meet the requirements of this position, submit a resume, cover letter and salary requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 27, 2017. Please indicate in your cover letter how you learned about this position and what about the arts and cultural environment in Cuyahoga County excites you. Incomplete submissions will not be considered. No phone inquiries, please. We anticipate hiring these roles by December 15.