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Current Section 3 Employment Opportunities

Employer: Am-Gard
Salary: $8.00 to $15.00 per hour

http://am-gard.com/apply/AM-GARD currently has many job openings available

Security Guard 1
Security or related experience preferred. Must have clear criminal background, proficient verbal and written communication skills. Duties include but may not be limited to:

  • Access control
  • Report writing
  • Foot patrols (tours vary from minimal to extensive)
  • Customer service
  • Conflict resolution
  • Basic computer usage

 

Employer: Section 3 Employment
Salary: $14.85 per hour

Demolition/Site Prep Workers:

Some demolition experience in the construction field. Ability to conduct all heavy lifting and very conscious of the surrounding area. Having an OSHA 10 or 30 certification is a plus

Drivers license is a preference but will not eliminate from the job requirements.

Laborer to Carpenters:

Any experience working in the Carpentry industrial. Measuring and able to do work in a fast environment.  Heavy lifting is a requirement and not fear of any heights

Flooring Technician looking for a Laborer:

Some construction work is a plus. Must be able to perform heavy lifting. Person will assist Floor Technician with all handling of material to lay floors throughout the construction property, cleaning the surrounding flooring area and able to conduct safety measures.

Preferably morning shift and hours are depending upon construction schedule.

Painter looking for a Laborer:

Laborer will handle all materials for the painter, prepping and laying down materials for painters to perform duties on all shifts. There will be no painting involved unless Contractor see fits.  Laborers will clean up all materials and debris once painting is completed.

Shifts may occur once contractor is ready to conduct painting for units finished according construction schedule.

Drywall Workers

Person should have the skills of hanging and finishing residential drywall.  Measuring ability is paramount for this position. Heavy lifting is necessary having your own tools is a plus for the company.

Landscaper looking for a Laborer:

Landscaping experience on a construction site is always good. Ability to work in bad weather, able to walk and drive to the various length of construction site to plant various plants or flowers. Hard worker able to perform heavy lifting.

Come and meet the trade unions and other organizations that will help you blast your career off in the construction field. On several occasions the Housing Authority City Of Pittsburgh Section 3 program will be looking for qualified people to fill positions with contractors. If you should have any questions please contact Mr. Lloyd C. Wilson, Jr. (412) 395-3950 

Trades Program Workshop

Security Officers.

OSA GLOBAL, LLC provides Armed and Unarmed security officers. Officers need a high school diploma, social security card, and be able to pass a drug screen and criminal background check. Armed Officers need Act235 Lethal Weapon Training.  Unarmed and School Security officers need Acts 33, and 34 and Child Abuse Clearance. We will give all qualified individuals additional extensive training on all positions that they are hired for.

Assistant Construction Inspector

The roles and responsibilities of the Assistant Construction Inspector will include, but not be limited to, the following job responsibilities:

  • Monitor construction progress on-site and report any issues or concerns to the Construction Inspector;
  • Monitor all personnel on-site comply with PPE and all safety requirements established in Project Safety Plan;
  • Take daily progress photos and provide to Construction Inspector at the end of each day;
  • Conduct inspections with Construction Inspector to ensure the contractors are performing the work in accordance with the contract documents, drawings, specifications, and local, State, and Federal regulations;
  • Monitor and perform regular check on all contractor and inspector work progress and maintain knowledge on all project requirements;
  • Ensure optimal level of customer services always and maintain effective relationships with all employees and officials;
  • Ensures that all project areas are properly cleaned up after completion and at the end of each day; and
  • Attends all construction meetings and company meetings/teleconferences as required.

Requirements:

At least 18 Years of Age
High School Diploma or GED
Valid PA Driver’s License

Physical requirements include arm and hand steadiness and finger dexterity
enough to use a calculator and telephone; occasional lifting up to 60 pounds; may be subject to walking over rough terrain, standing, sitting, reaching, balancing, bending, kneeling, handling, feeling, climbing, smelling, and twisting; and vision, speech, and hearing sufficient to perform the essential tasks.

Can read, write, and speak the English language well enough to comprehend instructions on the job, in related training classes and to ensure personal and co-worker safety on the job.

Ability to pass drug testing and background investigation.

Must successfully complete OSHA training upon hire

Must wear proper PPE (provided) to include hard-hat, eye and ear protection, safety vest, steel-toed safety shoes and conform to company dress code (i.e. properly fitted work pants or khaki slacks, and collared shirt) when on the job-site

Must be able to work Monday through Friday from 8am to 5pm

Please Contact Mr. Lloyd C. Wilson, Jr.

Current Employment Opportunities

Employer: Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown
Salary: $8.00 to $15.00 per hour
Employer: William Penn Pittsburgh
Salary: $8.00 to $20.00 per hour

For a current job listing, please visit our website:

www.dollar.bank/careers

Employer: A Second Chance
Salary: $12.00 per hour

Please click for more information:
Family Service and Transportation Worker

Employer: A Second Chance
Salary: $15.11 per hour

Job Details

Level: Experienced

Job Location: Pittsburgh – Pittsburgh, PA

Position Type: Full Time

Education Level: 4 Year Degree

Salary Range: $16.50 – $0.00 Hourly

Travel Percentage: Up to 25%

Job Shift: Any

Job Category: Nonprofit – Social Services

 

Responsibilities:

  • Expected caseload is approximately 15-17 cases – PLEASE NOTE THAT ACTUAL CASELOAD WILL VARY ACCORDING TO AGENCY NEED;
  • Provide a full range of emergency/temporary foster care service to foster parents and children (which includes training, crisis intervention services, placement and monitoring, and transporting);
  • Work on-call hours as directed;
  • Interface with all providers for the purpose of planning meetings;
  • Prepare monthly progress reports and other reports that are required by Allegheny County Children and Youth Services, DPW and this agency;
  • Adhere to all other program and agency policies and procedures governing the objective of the agency and program

Qualifications:

  • Bachelors Degree in a Social Work or a related field required plus at least three years of experience working directly with children in a child related field
  • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Must have excellent interpersonal skills; and must have the ability to work with persons from various ethnic backgrounds, with particular emphasis in working with families of African American heritage.

Requirements:

  • Registered and insured vehicle
  • Certificate of Insurance for vehicle
  • Valid Pennsylvania Drivers License
  • City/County travel
  • Current Act 33 and State Police Clearances
  • Carry Cell phone
  • On call
  • Available to work flexible schedule including evenings and weekends

A Second Chance is an Equal Opportunity Employer All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religious; national origin or ancestry; sex; gender identity or expression; sexual orientation disability; marital status; familial status; age (40 or over); or use of a guide or support animal because of blindness, deafness or physical disability of any individual or independent contractor or because of the disability of an individual with whom the person is known to have an association; or on any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law.

POSITION:           HealthyWoman Program Coordinator – Full Time

REPORTS TO:     Director Statewide Cancer Screening and Chronic Disease

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Coordinate grant-funded projects with internal and external partners
  • Support department data collection and analytic efforts for program improvements
  • Assist with the development and implementation of systematic and statewide patient navigation efforts
  • Support provider recruitment efforts through various data sources
  • Facilitate program integration
  • Respond to inquiries from community members about department’s services and refer to the program’s healthcare
    providers as appropriate
  • Participate in meetings with program partners and other stakeholders as appropriate
  • Assist with preparation of reports and materials
  • Coordinate meetings, training, and participation in outreach events
  • Assist with identification, development, and compilation of program materials
  • Performs other duties as assigned by supervisor

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Provide support and technical assistance to HealthyWoman Regional Program Manager related to program’s web-based data management system, billing, and patient eligibility determinations, as requested
  • Provide support for patient data review including: forms for errors, incomplete billing information, and compliance concerns; assist healthcare partners in addressing issues, as requested

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

  • Project development, management, and evaluation
  • Ability to coordinate and mobilize community partners
  • Ability to engage diverse, disenfranchised, and isolated populations
  • Demonstrated ability to work under pressure, adhere to deadlines, and manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Budget management and fiscal responsibility
  • Highly organized, with strong attention to detail
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office; able to create, interpret, and manipulate databases and spreadsheets
  • Ability to work collaboratively with colleagues and external stakeholders
  • Ability to attend three or four out-of-town conferences or meetings per year

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Master’s degree in public health, social work, public administration, or other related field preferred
  • Strong quantitative and qualitative data experience
  • Community engagement/outreach experience required, preferably in a healthcare/public health environment
  • Prefer a minimum of two years of experience working in healthcare, health promotions, or a public health
    environment

To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to Marsha Turner: mturner@adagiohealth.org

 

Attached is a list of U. S. Steel’s current open jobs within the Pittsburgh area.  If you have referrals who are interested in employment with U. S. Steel, they will need to apply on-line at the following address:

On the Search Opportunities page you will see two links one for wage jobs one for salary jobs.

Wage jobs are the plant/operations (union) positions.  Salary jobs are non-union and can be in an office environment or in plant management.

Free Paid Training!!!!! Please call Mr. Lloyd Wilson for more informantion

Job Details

Description

Propel Schools launched Fund My Future in 2013 as a means to encourage savings and future-focused conversation in the families of those attending its schools.  Research analysis of national data sets shows that children with a savings account in their name are three times more likely to go to college and four times more likely to complete-regardless of the amount of funds in the account.

Job Summary:

The FUNd My Future (FMF) Clerk is responsible for providing administrative and basic bookkeeping in support of the FUNd My Future program. The Clerk is primarily responsible for the recording and tracking of all participant FMF accounts.

Key Job Elements:

  • Responsible for maintaining a high level of professionalism with participants and working to establish a positive rapport with each person with whom they communicate
  • Reconcile cash deposits and other account activity against other records
  • Use multiple software packages to process deposits, withdrawals, sign-ups, terminations and raffles
  • Answers incoming participant inquiries including those regarding deposits, accounts, withdrawals, raffles, and use of the Fund My Future portal
  • Seeks information needed to resolve inquiries by reviewing records, files and other documents, consulting with other team members and/or other sources as necessary
  • Work with the management team to stay updated on product knowledge, (including bank accounts, investcloud, vista share) and be informed about the program and any changes to it
  • Process reports weekly to update spreadsheet data
  • Update quarterly/annual raffle drawing list. Work with Program Manager to notify winners
  • Contact families when FMF end of term is approaching or when family transfers school or partner site/closes account to process FMF disbursement appropriately
  • Mail-merge new account letters and assemble welcome packets
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications & Skills:

Required:

  • High School Diploma and 2 years office experience required
  • Experience working with databases, and strong familiarity with spreadsheets such as Excel
  • Strong customer service skills and orientation
  • Demonstrated tact, diplomacy, cultural competence and flexibility
  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills with a strong attention to detail and exceptional follow-up and organization abilities.

Preferred:

  • Associates Degree or higher
  • 2 years basic bookkeeping or accounting experience

Salary: $32,000-$38,000

 

Job Details

Description

Propel Schools launched Fund My Future in 2013 as a means to encourage savings and future-focused conversation in the families of those attending its schools.  Research analysis of national data sets shows that children with a savings account in their name are three times more likely to go to college and four times more likely to complete-regardless of the amount of funds in the account.

Job Summary:

The FUNd My Future (FMF) Program Specialist is responsible for working with families throughout Allegheny County to establish FMF accounts for their students. The Program Specialist will cultivate and strengthen relations with community-based partners, support students and their families to ensure that accounts are established and work with enrolled families encourage regular depositing activity.

Key Job Elements:

  • Cultivate and sustain partnerships with diverse stakeholder groups (e.g. community organizations, schools, churches and civic organization) to increase FMF’s outreach to and engagement of Allegheny County children and families.
  • Create a strategic outreach and recruitment plan to recruit within FMF’s target communities.
  • Facilitate presentations to parents and caregivers to promote establishment of FMF accounts and ongoing deposit activity.
  • Support parents and caregivers throughout the process of opening FMF accounts.
  • Track prospective FMF families and account status through account activation.
  • Find opportunities in the community to promote and raise awareness about FMF.
  • Manage calendar to meet with interested families, either at school, out in the community, or at the families’ home as needed.
  • Participate in special events and community activities which support FMF’s recruitment and marketing efforts.
  • Assists in the development and implementation of assessment instruments for the evaluation and improvement of the FMF program.
  • Meet enrollment targets and outcomes as assigned within agreed upon timeframes.
  • Document and summarize participant needs, problems, interests and potential solutions
  • Other duties as assigned

Qualifications & Skills:

Required:

  • Bachelor’s degree or some college combined with equivalent work experience
  • Dynamic, engaging, professional with a positive attitude with the ability to work with a sense of urgency in a fast-paced environment.
  • Demonstrated tact, diplomacy, cultural competence and flexibility
  • Excellent verbal, written and interpersonal skills with a strong attention to detail and exceptional follow-up and organization abilities.
  • Able to use independent judgment and effectively work under pressure and time constraints.
  • Strong analytical, strategic thinking and problem solving skills with the ability to plan, implement and balance multiple constituents.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with a wide variety of people and organizations.
  • Competency with Google and Microsoft Suites.
  • Must have a car and the ability to drive throughout Allegheny County.

Preferred:

  • Community engagement and/or customer service experience
  • Project coordination experience.
  • Sales experience

The position will be posted to the Pepsi Beverages career site (at http://www.pepsijobs.com) at approximately the time below. If there is no date/time indicated next to “Position Posted”, you can expect the position to be posted within 24 hours of this notification.

For immediate consideration, please go to www.pepsicojobs.com

Position is responsible for product merchandising within large volume stores (Grocery, etc.). This includes stocking shelves, rotating shelved product, setting up displays, stocking and rotating products in coolers, organizing and rotating products in storage rooms, and moving products from storage to the sales floor. This position interacts with personnel at the store
location.

This position is labor intensive, requiring lifting, loading, pushing and pulling cases weighing from 20-45 pounds per case
repeatedly over 10-12 hour work period, as well as bending, reaching and squatting while merchandising and moving
products.

PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
* Merchandise store shelving, coolers and displays with products in assigned accounts
* Rotate products in the backroom and on the shelf
* Transport products to and from backroom to shelf location
* Use
equipment to transport products (e.g., U Boats, hand trucks, pallet jacks, etc.)
* Display promotional material such as signs
and banners in accounts
* Keep back room stock in neat and orderly condition
* Communicate store issues to store
managers and Pepsi management
* Build customer relationships at the store level
* Comply with operating procedures (e.g.,
scan-in/scan-out, following designated route, etc.)
* Service accounts during designated times established by management
* Deliver customer service (e.g., communication, rapport building, attentiveness to customer needs, etc.)
* Ability to operate under minimal supervision (self-managed role)
* Use hand held devices to write/input orders
* Regular, reliable, predictable attendance

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS:
* 18 years or older
* Pass the drug test and physical capabilities test (if applicable)
* Pass the background check
* Must have car or personal transportation to access multi-store locations within assigned shift
* Valid driver’s license
* Proof of insurance

HELPFUL EXPERIENCE:
* Working for a retail business or grocery store (e.g., understanding store operations, knowing the backroom and inventory, stocking aisles and shelves, etc.)
* Moving products within a store (e.g., safely stacking and moving products on equipment such as a u boat, hand truck/dolly and/or breakdown, etc.)
* Merchandising products (e.g., filling shelves, building displays, making products look attractive, rotating products, cleaning shelves, eliminating out of stocks and out of date products, etc.)
* Managing backroom/stock room inventory (e.g., organizing pallets, stacking and storing inventory or products, etc.)
* Serving customers (handling customer complaints, responding to customer requests, or meeting customer needs)

Type of Position: Part-time
Driving Requirement: Driving Required – No CDL (Commercial Drivers License) Required
Shift: Days
Starting Pay: $17.00 per hour

Free Trainings

Training Provider: Community Empowerment Association
Contact Person: Lloyd C. Wilson - (412) 456-5000 ext. 1048

Community Empowerment Association training programs is for those with little or no experience in the construction trades who want to begin a career as a Construction Laborer. This program is nine (9) weeks with a combination of 91 hours total of Classroom instruction and 40 hours of applied experience.

It is comprised of several levels of instruction which allows trainees to perform many of the types of construction worked performed by Laborers, such as demo work, assisting carpenters, tool and material set up and site clean up.

Upon completion of this session, participants should be prepared to:

Qualify for Apprentice Training
Enter CCAC Trades Program
Start your own business
Work with existing contractors.

Training Provider: Trade Institute of Pittsburgh
Contact Person: Susan Shelton - (412) 243-2970

Looking for a free opportunity in training in masonry:

PHASE 1:

Stability, Humility, and Accountability

  • Stressing the importance and benefits of taking responsibility for your words & actions
  • Demonstrate the respect and accountability you wish to receive in the world
  • Develop skills for time management, task prioritization, handling constructive feedback, dealing with conflict, and setting expectations

PHASE 2:

Hands on Skill Building

  • Individual and Small Group instruction from general laboring to brick and block masonry
  • Learning how to lead and follow on standard project work
  • Frequent testing and demonstrations showcasing fundamentals and self-directed projects that can be translated to livable wage jobs

PHASE 3:

Job placement in a Livable Wage

  • Strength finding to help students understand the unique and valuable contributions they can make in any environment (personal & professional)
  • Minimum job requirements assessed (skills, transportation, etc.) and collaboratively solved with student in the lead position
  • Interview preparation and assisted job placement
  • Wages starting at $15+
Training Provider: Rogers School of Driving
Contact Person: Lloyd C. Wilson - (412) 456-5000 ext. 1048

The Housing Authority has a partnership with Rodgers School Of Driving.

  • PA Identification
  • PA Learners Permit
  • Completed Resident Employment Application

Drivers Ed candidate must have already earned their learners permit prior to entering drivers education.If you do not have your PA learners permit we can refer you over to the GED instructor to help you with the written exam. Once enrolled in the drivers education program you have approximately 12hrs. of behind the wheel driving, only Housing Authority Residents are eligible for this program.

 

Come and meet the trade unions and other organizations that will help you blast your career off in the construction field. On several occasions the Housing Authority City Of Pittsburgh Section 3 program will be looking for qualified people to fill positions with contractors. If you should have any questions please contact Mr. Lloyd C. Wilson, Jr. (412) 395-3950 

Trades Program Workshop

Are you a business owner looking to grow and learn about  more opportunities? Well the Housing Authority City Of Pittsburgh in conjunction with Diversity Business Resource Center are here to help and assist you be a Section Certified Business.

Certified Section 3 Business Concern

“Information Session”

Tuesday, January 30, 2018
6:00pm – 7:00pm
Riverside Center for Innovation – First Floor Conference Room

Come Join Us & Learn More About
The Application & Certification Process
Requirements & Eligibility Criteria
Personal & Business Documentation Needed

What is a Section 3 business & what types of economic opportunities are available under Section 3?

A business:

  • That is at least 51 percent or more owned by Section 3 residents,
  • Whose permanent, full-time employees include persons, at least 30 percent of whom are currently Section 3 residents, or within three years of the date of first employment with the business concern were Section 3 residents, or
  • That provides evidence of a commitment to subcontract in excess of 25 percent of the dollar award of all subcontracts to be awarded to a Section 3 business concern.

Please register online at:
Diversity Business
Resource Center
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/
section-3-certification-tickets-42005211719

Section 3 Business Concern Certification – Information Session – January…

Free Paid Training!!!!! Please call Mr. Lloyd Wilson for more informantion