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Graphic designer. Meet with clients to determine the scope of a project. Advise clients on strategies to reach a particular audience. Determine the message the design should portray. Plan and design a concept or theme by studying information and materials provided, research topic via internet or other resources, find, generate or create imagery based on the design concept or theme. Create a conceptual proof by designing rough layout of art and copy regarding arrangement, size, type size and style, and related aesthetic concepts. Obtain approval of concept by submitting rough layout to customer for approval. Prepare finished copy and art by operating typesetting, printing, and similar equipment or preparing and providing files for outside vendors. Create finished products (Posters, cards, etc.) using handwork techniques: large format copies, cutting and spray mount on foam core, lamination machine, grommets for banners, etc. Use of text and images: select the type, font, size, color, and line length of headlines, headings, and text. Decide how images and text will go together on a print or webpage, including how much space each will have. Create visual concepts, by hand or using computer software, to communicate ideas that inspire, inform, or captivate consumers. Develop the overall layout and production design for educational materials, brochures, pamphlets, flyers, posters, reports, conferences and other related materials. Must have a bachelor’s degree in an art or design field such as art, drawing, painting, illustration, digital design, or interactive media; or an associate’s degree in the same fields and 2 years of experience. Experience working with the Adobe Suite (In-Design, Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat, Dreamweaver, Fireworks and LiveCycle) as well as knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite and Fiery Command Workstation are preferred. $45455 to $58028 per year. omhhrm @ omh.ny.gov
Cleaner. Empty trash, recyclables and dispose of waste and hazardous articles. Clean, dust, and polish assigned areas including furniture, metal fixtures and equipment. Clean floors including wash, strip and wax floors, corridors, stairs and stairwells, vacuum and shampoo carpets. Clean and scrub walls, partitions, windows from the inside or outside of buildings and areas of lavatories and locker rooms. Change curtains and drapes, hang pictures and other decorative objects, replace light bulbs, dust or wash light fixtures and high places using ladders and scaffolds. Move furniture and equipment in connection with cleaning activities, meeting set up, or special events. National Work Readiness Credential preferred. $29009 per year.
UB-HR @ buffalo.edu
Office assistant. Extensive use of computers (use of TABS, Billing tracking system, RIA and TRIPS database, primarily for presentations and spreadsheet applications. Receiving and organizing work to be typed, determining document format. Compiling reports for processing and distribution. Typing correspondence, documents and forms in draft and/or final form. Proofreading and correcting work producing completed copy. Answering phones and taking messages, using photo copiers, fax machines, filing, ordering equipment and supplies. Sending correspondence and maintaining records. Taking meeting minutes. Receive, sort and distribute mail. Copying and scanning. Must be permanent Office Assistant 1 or eligible for 70.1 transfer. $31245 to $38651 per year.
opwdd.sm.sunmount.jobs @ opwdd.ny.gov
Fire suppression and emergency response for aerospace vehicles, to include in-flight and ground emergencies. Perform rescue operations, including aircraft egress, confined space, structural collapse, automobile and equipment extraction, etc. Respond to bomb threats, anti-hijacking, terrorist threats, etc. Respond to structural, motor vehicle, natural cover, wild fires and other fires when required. Hazardous materials (HAZMAT) response. Mutual aid/reciprocal agreement response. Participate in installation exercises, training and assessments. Verification of building and extinguisher inspection and maintenance. Must possess a current Air Force Specialty Code (AFSC) 3E731/51, to include the following Department of Defense (DOD) certifications: Fire Fighter II, Airport Fire Fighter, HAZMAT Operations, Driver/Operator Pumper, Driver/Operator Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighter (ARFF) and Driver/Operator Tender. Or equivalent certification accredited by International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC) or national fire service accreditation. High school diploma or equivalent, current CPR certification and valid driver’s are required. $43484 to $53081 per year. Fax (518) 786-4969
Supervise up to two Office Assistants 1. Review incident files to ensure they are in order and for accuracy, timeliness and thoroughness. Creating and maintaining spread sheets, data base application, and Word/Excel processing applications. Prepare files for surveys and meetings. Answer phones and take information for incident reporting. Maintain detailed spreadsheet to track incidents. Monitor incoming documentation, information requests, etc. Must be permanent Office Assistant 2 (Keyboarding) or eligible for 70.1 transfer. Knowledge of the incident management and Jonathan’s Law required. $36722 to $45200 per year. opwdd.sm.sunmount. jobs@opwdd. ny.gov
Perform a variety of routine, semiskilled maintenance, repairs, installation, and construction tasks in one or a combination of mechanical, building, motor equipment and electrical trades. Must have 2 years of experience in maintenance or mechanical work under the supervision of a skilled trades-worker or completion of an appropriate two-year technical school course. $36772 to $45200 per year. eoajobpostings @ ocfs.ny.gov