Administrative Assistant to Executive Director (Dayton, OH)

What You’ll Do:

Working for a public agency, you will coordinate projects for various departments and their members. You’ll provide support to a board of directors, executive committee and a technical advisory committee. You’ll ultimately be the one to ensure successful preparations, set up and conduct of agency meetings and events.

You will also:

-Record, transcribe and prepare minutes for agency meetings

-Assist executive director with special projects, attend selected outside meetings, assist with member relations

-Engage in long-term discussion of agency activities

-Ensure written documents are professionally prepared

-Use critical thinking skills to creatively solve problems and continually look for opportunities to shape better results

You’ll Need:

-A basic knowledge of offering professional assistance to an executive

-Interest in reading, public policy and an ability to organize office routines and systems

-A thorough knowledge of office and business practices

-Must know Microsoft Office software

-Experience in working with the general public and elected officials a plus

Qualifications:

-Bachelor’s Degree

-Preferably 10 years of experience working with an executive (a Master’s Degree can substitute for 2 years of experience)

-CAP-OM certification through IAAP is a plus

This is a direct-hire position. Please submit cover letter and resume.

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s get to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $45,000.00 /year

You can email your cover letter and resume to

emilym@barrystaff.com

Assemblers and/or Machine Operators (Franklin, OH)

What You’ll Do:

machine assembler is someone who puts various parts together to make a finished product. They may use tools, machines, and their hands to make many things, such as engines, computers, aircraft, toys, electronic devices, and more. You’ll Need to pass a math test before hire. It will quiz applicants over measuring, fractions and decimals. You must also have a clean background – no felonies, please. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen. Must be knowledge of micrometers and calipers a plus

CNC operator , also known as a CNC machinist, implements the plans created by a CNC programmer to run a computer-numeric controlled machine. This is done by setting the machine and loading it with the right cutting tools as indicated by the program which was developed to produce a specific part. You’ll Need to pass a test before hire. It will quiz applicants over CNC operation, measuring, fractions and decimals. Must have a clean background – no felonies, please. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen. Knowledge of micrometers and calipers a plus

Hours:

2nd shift: 2pm – 10:30pm

3rd shift: 10pm – 6:30am

About the Company:

We’ll place you with a company where improvements in technology and engineering have allowed it to deliver products such as light-weight truck hubs, corrosion-resistant brake rotors, hydraulic brake calipers, brake drums, and more.

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s get to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $15.25 to $16.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Front Desk Receptionist (Dayton, OH)

What You’ll Do:

You will answer phones, greet customers, perform administrative work and data entry. Some accounts receivable/payable work. Must know Microsoft Word and Excel.

What You’ll Need:

High school diploma or GED

Excellent phone skills

Must have a clean background and good work history

Must have your own transportation

Hours:

8am – 4pm (M-F)

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s get to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $12.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Customer Service Rep (Dayton, OH)

What You’ll Do:

You will answer phones, schedule appointments for the sales team, type invoices, pay bills and do weekly reports. Must know Microsoft Office.

What You’ll Need:

High school diploma or GED

Excellent phone skills

Must have a clean background and good work history

Must have your own transportation

Hours:

8am – 5pm (M-F)

About the Company:

We’ll place you with a company that team serves Dayton and the surrounding communities, but also specializes in international moving services around the world. This company has partnered with National Van Lines, a leader in relocation services, allowing the team to deliver fast, accurate, and affordable moving and storage solutions.

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s get to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $11.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Customer Service Associate (Dayton, OH)

Work part-time for a wonderful company just north of downtown Dayton! Free parking!

What You’ll Do:

You’ll spend most of your time talking to customers and constituents on the phone. Good typing skills are a must. Will also run reports, keep sales records and schedule appointments for the sales department.

What You’ll Need:

High school diploma or GED

Good work history

Hours:

Short shifts five days a week. Plan on working 9am – 3pm Monday thru Friday.

About the Company:

We’ll place you within a prominent woodworking and manufacturing facility.

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s go to work.

Job Type: Part-time

Salary: $12.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Shipping/Receiving Associate (Huber Heights, OH)

What You’ll Do:

This position includes a vast array of duties and you’ll need the ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. You’ll participate in assembly, addressing, stamping and shipping of merchandise and materials. You’ll also unpack, verify, and keep a record of incoming materials.

What You’ll Need:

The company is looking for a well-rounded person with a desire to work with other team members, and help around the warehouse where needed or required.

You’ll need a high school diploma or GED

Must pass a pre-employment drug screen

Must be reliable, hard-working and punctual

Must be an organized person

Must be able to safely lift up to 50 lbs.

Hours:

This is a 1st shift position. 7:30am – 4pm (M-F)

About the Company:

We’ll place you with a company that specializes in woodworking. A vast array of products range from outdoor furniture to cabinets and accessories.

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s get to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $10.50 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

Landscaping Jobs (Dayton area)

We have landscaping jobs in Miamisburg, Centerville and Dayton. Apply today!

What You’ll Do:

You’ll work on various landscaping projects throughout the Miami Valley. These are large projects, and must be up to the most professional standards. You’ll be working outside, and good attendance is important.

What You’ll Need:

Must have reliable transportation

Prior landscaping experience is preferred, but not required

Hours:

You’ll work 1st shift (daytime) hours

About the Companie:

You will only work for premier landscaping companies in the Dayton area. These are companies that have earned multiple awards for landscaping excellence.

About BARRYSTAFF:

The job search can be a pain. That’s why we’re here.

BARRYSTAFF has been putting people to work for over 30 years and remains the most successful locally-owned staffing agency in Dayton. With offices in Dayton, Piqua and Springfield, we specialize in industrial, clerical, and permanent placements. If you are looking for a new career, or if you are an employer looking for new talent, you are in the right place.

Welcome to BARRYSTAFF. Let’s get to work.

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $12.00 to $14.00 /hour

Click here to apply via Indeed.com

You can also email your resume to a BARRYSTAFF recruiter at

recruiter@barrystaff.com

5 things you definitely don’t want to do during your job search in 2018

We came across this article on theladders.com. It’s insightful.

By Jane Burnet

With the new year come plenty of opportunities to get your job search right.

This is what you shouldn’t do during your job search in 2018.

Allude to your age

Don’t give anyone a reason to doubt your skills.

Peter Economy, a ghostwriter and author, writes in Inc. that you should not include “age identifiers” on your resume or LinkedIn page.

“Don’t list those positions you had a long time ago, and leave off graduation dates,” he writes. “Age discrimination does exist, and you at least want to get your foot in the door for an interview so they can see how awesome you are at creating age-irrelevance.”

Fail to be your own champion

Marcello Barros, author of The International Advantage: Get Noticed. Get Hired!, writes about this in The Muse.

“Some people spend precious emotional energy assuring themselves that the hunt is taking as long as it is because they simply aren’t good enough,” he writes. “And when you stop believing in yourself, you’re in trouble. Don’t rush into a decision like taking a position you feel uneasy about or heading back to school simply out of fear. Instead remind yourself of all the reasons you might not be getting a call back that have nothing to do with you (like if you’ve been applying to roles you truly aren’t qualified for).”

Be too narrow in your job search

You may not even realize that you’re limiting your options.

A FlexJobs post says that “job searching only by job title” is not the way to go.

“While you may identify with a specific title, each employer can have a different title for the same job duties. When you focus only on job titles, you narrow your search too closely and may miss opportunities that would be a perfect match for your experience. Instead of focusing on the job title, consider searching by industry and desired flexibility. You can also use keywords or search by company,” it says.

Fail to do your homework

You’ll want to know as much as possible.

Lillian Childress writes on Glassdoor that “skipping your research” is not a good idea.

“A well-informed candidate is always preferable to the alternative. Asking questions about your specific interests in the company, and even just asking general questions about what the company does, are some of the most common interview questions out there. If you haven’t done your research, it’s ultimately a waste — not only of the recruiter’s time, but also of your own,” she writes.

Not get back in touch after an interview

Alison Doyle, a career expert, author, and founder and CEO of CareerToolBelt.com, writes in The Balance that you shouldn’t be “forgetting to follow up.”

“Following up after a job interview gives you one more chance to make a good impression,” she writes. “People like to be appreciated and a quick thank you note, email or phone call is a good way to show you appreciate the time and the opportunity. Following up also gives you a chance to mention anything you wish you had said during the interview.”