Help Wanted: Several job openings in Kentucky

In this week’s Help Wanted, we’re highlighting several job openings in Kentucky.

1.) Dietary Cook- Gaither Suites, Paducah: This is a full time job. You’ll be responsible for the following duties: cooking food; cleaning kitchen equipment and appliances; cleaning and sanitizing work areas; maintaining a safe kitchen; portioning out food; serving food to the elderly; cooking foods according to menus; meeting special dietary needs; making correct amounts of food. You must have experience making nutritional meals from start to finish. Benefits are available. A High School Diploma or GED is required. Contact the Paducah Career Center to apply. Click here for their website.

2.) Resident Assistant- Gaither Suites, Paducah: This is a full time job. You’ll be responsible for the following duties: providing personal care for elderly people; helping provide dependent adults with dignity, safety, daily assistance; assisting clients with basic motions and mobility; performing basic housekeeping tasks; providing emotional support and companionship to clients; reporting problems to supervisors; complying with health and safety rules; complying with client confidentiality policies. Some Resident Aide experience is necessary. Certified Nurse Aides (CNA) are preferred, but not required. Some benefits are available. Contact the Paducah Career Center to apply. Click here for their website.

3.) Caregiver- Visiting Angels, Paducah: Ten positions are open in all West Kentucky counties. These are part time, with varying shifts. You’ll be responsible for the following duties: providing personal healthcare in patient homes; caring for the elderly; helping patients dress and undress; helping move patients with mobility issues; providing companionship to keep patients mentally healthy; helping patients learn how to manage their illness or disability; following all health and safety rules; following patient confidentiality rules. You must have clean seven year background check and be able to pass a drug screen. A High School Diploma or GED is required. CNA’s are preferred. Contact the Paducah Career Center to apply. Click here for their website.

4.) Passenger Transport Driver- Excel Transportation Services, Paducah- This is a full time job requiring you to travel in the regional area to drop-off and pick-up river boat employees and transport them to various locations. You’ll be responsible for the following duties: making sure that passengers follow safety regulations; picking up passengers at prearranged locations; maintaining a friendly and professional attitude toward passengers. You need a safe driving record, a Class D/Regular Driver’s License and a High School Diploma or GED. Contact the Paducah Career Center to apply. Click here for their website.

5.) Assembly Operators- Manufacturing Facility; Princeton: Innovative Staff Solutions is assisting a manufacturing facility in Princeton with filling 45 of these positions. You’ll work 40 hours per week and benefits are available. The shifts available include 2nd shift (2-10:30pm) and 3rd shift (10pm-6:30am). The pay scale begins at $10.50-$10.75 per hour, but will increase in January to $11.95-$12.20 per hour. To learn more and to apply click here , or visit the Innovative Staff Solutions office at 375 Park Avenue, Princeton, KY 42445.

If there’s a job opening you’d like us to let others know about, email me at jhorbelt@wpsdlocal6.com.

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