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We’re always seeking new talent in a variety of positions. If you are looking for a rewarding career that also benefits your community, then consider joining our team. We offer career opportunities in a variety of fields, including early education, transportation, employment services, administration and more. Current employment openings can be found below. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, or disability. EQUAL EMPLOYER OPPORTUNITY

CURRENT OPENINGS


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Transportation

CSBG Needs Temporary Full-Time Application Processor for Grayson County

Grayson County
  • Community Services

Description:

The Community Services Block Grant Program (CSBG) is looking for a Temporary Application Processor for the Breckinridge County office located in Leitchfield. Selected candidate will work in the county needed due to absences, vacations, etc. This is a temporary full-time position; job will transition to a part-time position.

Requirements:

Job duties include but are not limited to data entry and keying of applications for various programs. Determines eligibility and processes all applications for the various Programs administered by the Community Services Block Grant Program. Follows all procedures and guidelines designed for each specific program. Makes referral of low-income persons to appropriate agencies and follows-ups to see if needed services have been provided. Act as client advocate if necessary Constructs and maintains files as required. Checks program applications and vouchers for accuracy and compliance. Attend staff meetings and training.

Must have High School diploma or GED equivalent. Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Please submit resume by emailing careers@ckcac.org by close of business December 9, 2022.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

Nutrition Aide Needed for Head Start in Radcliff, KY Center

Hardin County
  • Head Start

Description:

The Head Start Program is looking for a Nutrition Aide for the Radcliff Center. The Nutrition Aide position is responsible for implementing the delivery of nutritional service to students daily. Responsible for transporting and/or receiving meals from the food service providers. Assists the children in setting the tables, serving the food and the sanitary disposal of unused meals. Performs cleaning and sanitizing duties such as washing dishes, utensils, equipment, counters, cabinets, chairs, and tables; along with trash removal, food preparation surfaces sanitation and food storage appliances and equipment cleansing. Oversees and maintains inventory of food items, supplies and materials. Monitors and records the temperature of cold and hot food items to ensure food items are served at appropriate and acceptable temperatures. Food preparation, including attention to detail regarding children with modified diets and appropriate portion sizes. Serving as an effective role model for children, parents, and volunteers in nutrition. Provides required breaks for classroom staff and assisting in the classroom when available as needed.

Requirements:

High School diploma or GED equivalent required. Must also pass drug screen and background check.


How To Apply:

Please submit resume or application via Facebook or by email at [Email hidden] by close of business December 9, 2022.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Central Kentucky Community Action provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Central Kentucky Community Action complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.

Grant Writer needed for CATS at Central Office

Marion County
  • Transportation

Description:

Central Kentucky Community Action’s Transportation Program is in need of a full-time Grant Writer.

Duties include:

  • Writing grants for DOT vehicles/equipment
  • Gather information for compliance reviews
  • Writing RFP’s for equipment
  • Attend meetings/conferences/trainings
  • Establish relationships with OTD and Brokers

Position is 40 hours per week. Health, Dental, Vision, Life, and 401k offered. Minimum starting wage is $18 per hour.

Requirements:

DOT and Grant writing experience is preferred, but not required.


How To Apply:

Apply via Facebook or by emailing your resume to [Email hidden] by December 6, 2022.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Central Kentucky Community Action provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Central Kentucky Community Action complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.

Verification Clerk/Dispatcher/HSTD Brokerage/Scheduler for Marion County CKCATS

Marion County
  • Transportation

Description:

A Part-time Verification Clerk is needed for CATS at the Central Office for 27.5 hours per week/$14 per hour.

GENERAL DUTIES

Responsible for intake and direct contact via phone with recipient riders of transportation services. Responsible for input and verification of daily trips in software program.

SPECIFIC DUTIES

  1. Answers call at phone terminal in a timely manner. Assist with incoming and outgoing phone calls when necessary, receives telephone requests for transportation. Records all required information.
  2. Shall accurately record intake information on each client, i.e. recipient worksheet with name, address, telephone number, client type (04, 07, and 08), social security number and all other required information.
  3. Shall accurately check Medicaid trips off of spreadsheet daily and accurately enter trips in software program. Responsible for maintaining Medicaid spreadsheet on assigned county and keeping spreadsheet up to date.
  4. Verify trip completion in HSTD software program and CK CATS software program accurately and in a timely manner.
  5. Assists with scheduling appointments for public transportation and contract services for recipient organizations (Senior Citizens Centers, Nursing Homes). Ensure that assigned monthly routine trips accurately scheduled.
  6. Responsible for after hours paging service as assigned.
  7. Attends administrative and related meetings for training and instructions.
  8. Assists with copying, printing and faxing when requested.
  9. Appropriately files and maintains information after data entry.
  10. Respond to customers, drivers and all other staff in a courteous, professional manner.
  11. Maintain a high level of confidentiality in regard to customer information. Strictly abide by agency confidentiality policies.
  12. Process and fax correspondence to appropriate destination as required/needed.
  13. Performs other general clerical office maintenance and job duties as assigned.
  14. Assists with coordination of paperwork from office to drivers.
  15. Assists with quarterly and monthly reports when requested.
  16. Assists with spreadsheet Medicaid trips in agency software program accurately and in a timely manner.
  17. Reports all injuries and accident to your Safety and Security Officer.
  18. Be familiar with and follow safety rules, procedures, and polices
  19. Participate in quarterly safety meetings.
  20. Operate office/vehicle equipment in the manner in which it was intended.
Requirements:

High school diploma or GED required. Good basic knowledge of grammar; typing, computer, data entry, calculator and filing skills essential; knowledge of service area desirable. Access to automobile and valid Kentucky driver’s license recommended; ability to communicate effectively and relate well to general public; freedom from illegal drug use as evidenced by DOT/FTA drug testing.


How To Apply:

Please email all resumes, cover letters and references to careers@ckcac.org by December 6, 2022.

Equal Opportunity Employer

Central Kentucky Community Action provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, age, disability, veteran status or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Central Kentucky Community Action complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.

 

Family Advocate/Special Needs Collaborator for the New Haven Center

Nelson County County
  • Head Start

Description:

Head Start has an opening for a Family Advocate/Special Needs Collaborator for the New Haven Center. Selected candidate will coordinate the disabilities activities for children with a defined disability. This includes establishing and maintaining a cooperative working relationship with other Head Start services, maintaining records work with other agencies, implementing screenings, assessing and working with teachers and parents to aid their understanding of the needs of the child receiving services. Establish an Individual Education Plan in cooperation with parents, teachers and public-school officials.

Requirements:

Must have the skills and ability to assist families to improve self-sufficiency, obtain services to meet their needs and goals and meet the requirements of the Head start Performance standards including Health, Knowledge of Child Health and Safety, eligibility, Recruitment, selection, Enrollment and Attendance. In addition, this individual will possess the ability to build partnerships with families, advocate for families and assist families to identify available resources to meet their needs and concerns.

Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services or Special Education related field or experience, or must obtain within eighteen months of hiring a Family Development Credential.


How To Apply:

Please submit resume to careers@ckcac.org or via Facebook by close of business December 9, 2022.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Start Family Advocate Needed for Larue County Center

Larue County
  • Head Start

Description:

Our Head Start is accepting applications for a Family Advocate for our Larue County Center. Candidates for this position must have the skills and ability to assist families to improve self-sufficiency, obtain services to meet their needs and goals and meet the requirements of the Head start Performance standards including Health, Knowledge of Child Health and Safety, eligibility, Recruitment, selection, Enrollment and Attendance in addition, this individual will possess the ability to build partnerships with families, advocate for families and assist families to identify available resources to meet their needs and concerns.

Requirements:

Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services related field or experience , or must obtain within eighteen months of hiring a Family Development Credential.


How To Apply:

Please submit resume to via Careers@ckcac.org or mail to CKCAC P.O. Box 830 Lebanon KY 40033 Attn: Stephanie Harrison by close of business November 22, 2022.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Central Kentucky Community Action Administrative Assistant Needed for Central Office

Marion County
  • Central Office

Description:

Central Kentucky Community Action’s Central Office is looking for an Administrative Assistant. Position reports directly to Executive Director Hal. B. Goode.

General Duties: Gather facts about our organization and distribute them to the media. Create marketing materials about the organization for dissemination to the public. Perform job duties in a responsible nature, requiring initiative and considerable independent judgment in making decisions. Provide administrative assistance to other staff, as may be necessary.

Specific Duties:

  1. Develop the agency’s monthly newsletter and update mailing list as needed.
  2. Prepare job advertisements, news releases, and legal ads for publication in newspapers by faxing/emailing information to newspapers and radio stations as requested.
  3. Establish and maintain a strong social media presence.
  4. Maintain agency’s website in regards to job postings and the monthly newsletters.
  5. Maintain agency’s Facebook page, including but not limited to, creating job posts, CSBG outreach information, press releases, agency closings, Congregate Meal menus, etc.
  6. Establish a good working relationship with the media and the public and maintain those relationships by answering queries promptly.
  7. Become familiar and maintain proficient knowledge of organization’s history and programs.
  8. Assist in organizing special events, such as Board Meetings, award ceremonies and any other event put on by CKCAC.
  9. Inform the public about all Board Meetings.
  10. Work with Agency Staff to collect all documents needed for Board Meetings, create Board Meeting Agenda, disseminate Board Meeting information, attend Board Meetings, and record Board Meeting minutes ensuring that they are later approved and signed.
  11. Receive visitors and callers in a professional manner: determine the nature of their interests and provide the information needed or direct them to the best source.
  12. Prepare all incoming office mail for appropriate action, including logging, distributing, copying, etc.
  13. Maintain and update Proof of Vehicle Insurance when submitted and update finance of changes.
  14. Prepares all outgoing office mail by maintaining daily and monthly postage meter logs to be provided to the Finance Department each month.
  15. Maintain the postage meter, fax machine and office copier by requesting supplies, replenishing paper and toner, etc.
  16. Assist the finance department with segregation of duties, including but not limited to, matching voucher checks to vouchers.
  17. Maintain personnel and medical files, including creating new files and purging the terminated files and transferring to storage.
  18. Become familiar and maintain an involved presence at community events such as job fairs, health fairs, community partner meetings, etc.
  19. Purchase and keep an inventory log of merchandising materials that are available for distribution.
  20. Help plan and organize events in conjunction with Human Resources to promote positive employee morale across the agency.
  21. Gathers information for and prepares Annual Report with outside assistance as needed.
  22. Additional job duties as assigned.
Requirements:

Graduation from standard high school or GED, including or supplemented by training in business, administration or a computer-related field. At least one year experience of performing clerical duties in an office atmosphere. Experience in grant writing is a plus. Knowledge of office practices and procedures. Experience with Microsoft Suite programs. Must be able to understand and follow oral and written instructions. Must have the ability to maintain effective working relationship and other employees and the general public. Must have strong telephone personality with the ability to plan work and carry through to completion with limited supervision. Willing to undertake additional duties that may be required on a periodic basis.


How To Apply:

Send resumes via Facebook or at careers@ckcac.org by November 10, 2022.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Start Substitute Teachers Needed for Lebanon, KY

Marion County
  • Head Start

Description:

Participate in classroom activities under direction of a certified teacher. Supervised and managed students. Complied with all governmental regulations regarding the care of children. Observed and evaluated student performance. Implemented lesson plans prepared by classroom teachers. Instructed and monitored students. Operated and cared for equipment used in the classroom. Presented subject matter to students under teacher direction. Organized and labeled materials. Provided extra assistance to students with special needs. Prepared training aids for the classroom. Performed routine clerical functions. Participated in classroom set-up and clean-up. Participated in in-service trainings. Completed timely and accurate documentation. Maintained order in classroom. Work on an “as needed basis” in the absence of other staff.

Requirements:

Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Send resumes via Facebook or at careers@ckcac.org by October 21, 2022.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Start Substitute Teachers Needed for Springfield, KY

Washington County
  • Head Start

Description:

Participate in classroom activities under direction of a certified teacher. Supervised and managed students. Complied with all governmental regulations regarding the care of children. Observed and evaluated student performance. Implemented lesson plans prepared by classroom teachers. Instructed and monitored students. Operated and cared for equipment used in the classroom. Presented subject matter to students under teacher direction. Organized and labeled materials. Provided extra assistance to students with special needs. Prepared training aids for the classroom. Performed routine clerical functions. Participated in classroom set-up and clean-up. Participated in in-service trainings. Completed timely and accurate documentation. Maintained order in classroom. Work on an “as needed basis” in the absence of other staff.

Requirements:

Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Send resumes via Facebook or at careers@ckcac.org by October 21, 2022.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Start Substitute Teachers Needed for Hodgenville, KY

Larue County
  • Head Start

Description:

Participate in classroom activities under direction of a certified teacher. Supervised and managed students. Complied with all governmental regulations regarding the care of children. Observed and evaluated student performance. Implemented lesson plans prepared by classroom teachers. Instructed and monitored students. Operated and cared for equipment used in the classroom. Presented subject matter to students under teacher direction. Organized and labeled materials. Provided extra assistance to students with special needs. Prepared training aids for the classroom. Performed routine clerical functions. Participated in classroom set-up and clean-up. Participated in in-service trainings. Completed timely and accurate documentation. Maintained order in classroom. Work on an “as needed basis” in the absence of other staff.

Requirements:

Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Send resumes via Facebook or at careers@ckcac.org by October 21, 2022.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Start Instructional Assistant needed in Springfield, KY

Washington County
  • Head Start

Description:

Central KY Head Start is hiring an Instructional Assistant in Springfield, Kentucky in Washington County.

The Head Start Instructional Assistant helps in planning and establishing a learning environment and with implementing a daily program for child development activities designed to meet the individual needs of each child in the classroom. The Instructional Assistant coordinates with other component staff to involve parents in education activities to enhance their role as the prime educator of their children. The instructional Assistant assists with planned structured activities and active supervision for pre-school age children participating in the program. Activities associated with the job include implementing lesson plans using Frog Street Curriculum, conducting two Parent/Teacher Conferences per year, two home visits per year, participating in and assisting with staff training activities and ensuring the thorough and timely completion of children’s classroom records.

Normal working days: Weekdays

This is a full-time position.

Hourly “non-exempt” position.

Requirements:

Applicants preferred to at least have a High School diploma/GED/or equivalent. Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Download and complete the Head Start Employment packet and mail to CKCAC, Attn: Support Aide, PO Box 830, Lebanon, Kentucky 40033 by October 21, 2022.

You may also send your information via email at careers@ckcac.org.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Start Instructional Assistants needed in Elizabethtown & Radcliff, KY

Hardin County
  • Head Start

Description:

Central KY Head Start is hiring Instructional Assistants for Elizabethtown & Radcliff, Kentucky in Hardin County.

The Head Start Instructional Assistant helps in planning and establishing a learning environment and with implementing a daily program for child development activities designed to meet the individual needs of each child in the classroom. The Instructional Assistant coordinates with other component staff to involve parents in education activities to enhance their role as the prime educator of their children. The instructional Assistant assists with planned structured activities and active supervision for pre-school age children participating in the program. Activities associated with the job include implementing lesson plans using Frog Street Curriculum, conducting two Parent/Teacher Conferences per year, two home visits per year, participating in and assisting with staff training activities and ensuring the thorough and timely completion of children’s classroom records.

Normal working days: Weekdays

This is a full-time position.

Hourly “non-exempt” position.

Requirements:

Applicants preferred to at least have a High School diploma/GED/or equivalent. Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Download and complete the Head Start Employment packet and mail to CKCAC, Attn: Support Aide, PO Box 830, Lebanon, Kentucky 40033 by October 21, 2022.

You may also send your information via email at careers@ckcac.org.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Start Instructional Assistant needed in Ekron, KY

Meade County
  • Head Start

Description:

Central KY Head Start is hiring an Instruction Assistant for Ekron, Kentucky in Meade County.

The Head Start Instructional Assistant helps in planning and establishing a learning environment and with implementing a daily program for child development activities designed to meet the individual needs of each child in the classroom. The Instructional Assistant coordinates with other component staff to involve parents in education activities to enhance their role as the prime educator of their children. The instructional Assistant assists with planned structured activities and active supervision for pre-school age children participating in the program. Activities associated with the job include implementing lesson plans using Frog Street Curriculum, conducting two Parent/Teacher Conferences per year, two home visits per year, participating in and assisting with staff training activities and ensuring the thorough and timely completion of children’s classroom records.

Normal working days: Weekdays

This is a full-time position.

Hourly “non-exempt” position.

Requirements:

Applicants preferred to at least have a High School diploma/GED/or equivalent. Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Download and complete the Head Start Employment packet and mail to CKCAC, Attn: Support Aide, PO Box 830, Lebanon, Kentucky 40033 by October 21, 2022.

You may also send your information via email at careers@ckcac.org.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Early Head Start Teacher Needed in Ekron, Kentucky

Meade County
  • Head Start

Description:

The Early Head Start (EHS) teacher plans and establishes a learning environment in a manner that promotes safety and learning in a cheerful environment. Implements daily routines and experiences with intentionally planned activities that meet all component areas of EHS, school readiness goals, as well as, meet the individual needs of each child in the classroom through child/adult interactions. The EHS teacher is flexible with daily routines and schedules to capture “nurturing and teachable moments”. The EHS teacher will coordinate with other component staff to involve parents in education activities to enhance their role as the prime educator of their children. The EHS teacher provides flexible education activities for infants and/or toddlers to help develop positive self-esteem and experience success while participating in the program. Develops a sense of teamwork with co-workers in all activities, including housekeeping, diapering/toileting training and meal service. The EHS teacher possess skills with knowledge and experience working with infants and toddlers, child development, classroom/time management, active supervision, organization and communication. Activities associated with the job include supervision and providing leadership and guidance to EHS specialist and volunteers, voicing recommendations regarding education curricula and assessment and implementation of program policies and procedures to ensure compliance with governing regulations including all Federal Performance Standards, CLASS, ITERS and ALL STARS. Preparing, posting and implementing lesson plans using Frog Street Press Curriculum, observing, assessing, and documenting each child’s health, skills, behavior, growth and development using AIM and ChildPlus, conduct two Parent/Teacher conferences per year, two home visits per year, participating in and assisting with staff training activities and ensuring the thorough and timely completion of children’s classroom records.

Requirements:

Must have an Associates or Bachelor’s in ECE or IECE or equivalent. Preferred Infant Toddler CDA. Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Download the attached Head Start Employment packet and return to Central Office  with a resume/cover letter to CKCAC, Attn:  Early Head Start Teacher, PO Box 830, Lebanon, Kentucky 40033 by October 21, 2022. You may also email your information to careers@ckcac.org.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Early Head Start Teacher Needed in Springfield, Kentucky

Washington County
  • Head Start

Description:

The Early Head Start (EHS) teacher plans and establishes a learning environment in a manner that promotes safety and learning in a cheerful environment. Implements daily routines and experiences with intentionally planned activities that meet all component areas of EHS, school readiness goals, as well as, meet the individual needs of each child in the classroom through child/adult interactions. The EHS teacher is flexible with daily routines and schedules to capture “nurturing and teachable moments”. The EHS teacher will coordinate with other component staff to involve parents in education activities to enhance their role as the prime educator of their children. The EHS teacher provides flexible education activities for infants and/or toddlers to help develop positive self-esteem and experience success while participating in the program. Develops a sense of teamwork with co-workers in all activities, including housekeeping, diapering/toileting training and meal service. The EHS teacher possess skills with knowledge and experience working with infants and toddlers, child development, classroom/time management, active supervision, organization and communication. Activities associated with the job include supervision and providing leadership and guidance to EHS specialist and volunteers, voicing recommendations regarding education curricula and assessment and implementation of program policies and procedures to ensure compliance with governing regulations including all Federal Performance Standards, CLASS, ITERS and ALL STARS. Preparing, posting and implementing lesson plans using Frog Street Press Curriculum, observing, assessing, and documenting each child’s health, skills, behavior, growth and development using AIM and ChildPlus, conduct two Parent/Teacher conferences per year, two home visits per year, participating in and assisting with staff training activities and ensuring the thorough and timely completion of children’s classroom records.

Requirements:

Must have an Associates or Bachelor’s in ECE or IECE or equivalent. Preferred Infant Toddler CDA. Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Download the attached Head Start Employment packet and return to Central Office  with a resume/cover letter to CKCAC, Attn:  Early Head Start Teacher, PO Box 830, Lebanon, Kentucky 40033 by October 21, 2022. You may also email your information to careers@ckcac.org.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Start Teachers Needed in Elizabethtown & Radcliff, KY

Hardin County
  • Head Start

Description:

The Head Start teacher plans and establishes a learning environment and implements a daily program for child development activities designed to meet the individual needs of each child in one classroom. The teacher coordinates with other component staff to involve parents in education activities to enhance their role as the prime educator of their children. The teacher provides structured education activities for pre-school age children participating in the program. Activities associated with the job include supervision of an Instructional Assistant and volunteers, voicing recommendations regarding education curricula and implementation of program policies and procedures to ensure compliance with governing regulations including all Federal Performance Standards, CLASS and ALL STARS. Preparing, posting and implementing lesson plans using Frog Street Press Curriculum, conduct two Parent/Teacher conferences per year, two home visits per year, participating in and assisting with staff training activities and ensuring the thorough and timely completion of children’s classroom records.

Requirements:

Must have an Associates or Bachelor’s ECE or IECE or equivalent. Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Download the attached Head Start Employment packet and return to Central Office  with a resume/cover letter to CKCAC, Attn:  Teacher, PO Box 830, Lebanon, Kentucky 40033 by October 21, 2022. You may also email your information to careers@ckcac.org.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Start Teacher Needed in Springfield, KY

Washington County
  • Head Start

Description:

The Head Start teacher plans and establishes a learning environment and implements a daily program for child development activities designed to meet the individual needs of each child in one classroom. The teacher coordinates with other component staff to involve parents in education activities to enhance their role as the prime educator of their children. The teacher provides structured education activities for pre-school age children participating in the program. Activities associated with the job include supervision of an Instructional Assistant and volunteers, voicing recommendations regarding education curricula and implementation of program policies and procedures to ensure compliance with governing regulations including all Federal Performance Standards, CLASS and ALL STARS. Preparing, posting and implementing lesson plans using Frog Street Press Curriculum, conduct two Parent/Teacher conferences per year, two home visits per year, participating in and assisting with staff training activities and ensuring the thorough and timely completion of children’s classroom records.

Requirements:

Must have an Associates or Bachelor’s ECE or IECE or equivalent. Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Download the attached Head Start Employment packet and return to Central Office  with a resume/cover letter to CKCAC, Attn:  Teacher, PO Box 830, Lebanon, Kentucky 40033 by October 21, 2022. You may also email your information to careers@ckcac.org.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Start Substitute Teachers Needed for Elizabethtown & Radcliff, KY

Hardin County
  • Head Start

Description:

Participate in classroom activities under direction of a certified teacher. Supervised and managed students. Complied with all governmental regulations regarding the care of children. Observed and evaluated student performance. Implemented lesson plans prepared by classroom teachers. Instructed and monitored students. Operated and cared for equipment used in the classroom. Presented subject matter to students under teacher direction. Organized and labeled materials. Provided extra assistance to students with special needs. Prepared training aids for the classroom. Performed routine clerical functions. Participated in classroom set-up and clean-up. Participated in in-service trainings. Completed timely and accurate documentation. Maintained order in classroom. Work on an “as needed basis” in the absence of other staff.

Requirements:

Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Send resumes via Facebook or at careers@ckcac.org by October 21, 2022.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Start Substitute Teachers Needed for Ekron, KY

Meade County
  • Head Start

Description:

Participate in classroom activities under direction of a certified teacher. Supervised and managed students. Complied with all governmental regulations regarding the care of children. Observed and evaluated student performance. Implemented lesson plans prepared by classroom teachers. Instructed and monitored students. Operated and cared for equipment used in the classroom. Presented subject matter to students under teacher direction. Organized and labeled materials. Provided extra assistance to students with special needs. Prepared training aids for the classroom. Performed routine clerical functions. Participated in classroom set-up and clean-up. Participated in in-service trainings. Completed timely and accurate documentation. Maintained order in classroom. Work on an “as needed basis” in the absence of other staff.

Requirements:

Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Send resumes via Facebook or at careers@ckcac.org by October 21, 2022.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Start Substitute Teachers Needed for New Haven & Bardstown, KY

Nelson County
  • Head Start

Description:

Participate in classroom activities under direction of a certified teacher. Supervised and managed students. Complied with all governmental regulations regarding the care of children. Observed and evaluated student performance. Implemented lesson plans prepared by classroom teachers. Instructed and monitored students. Operated and cared for equipment used in the classroom. Presented subject matter to students under teacher direction. Organized and labeled materials. Provided extra assistance to students with special needs. Prepared training aids for the classroom. Performed routine clerical functions. Participated in classroom set-up and clean-up. Participated in in-service trainings. Completed timely and accurate documentation. Maintained order in classroom. Work on an “as needed basis” in the absence of other staff.

Requirements:

Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Send resumes via Facebook or at careers@ckcac.org by October 21, 2022.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Friday & Saturday Part-time CKCATS Drivers Needed

Breckinridge, Grayson, Larue, Marion & Nelson Counties County
  • Transportation

Description:

Looking to work a couple of days a week to help supplement your income OR simply want some extra spending money? If so, this may be the job for you.

We’re looking for individuals like you to help drive local Breckinridge, Grayson, Larue, Marion or Nelson County residents on Fridays and Saturdays. Starting pay of $12/hour with a 90-day raise just for being a good, reliable driver.

Passengers would include elderly, veterans, and/or those who are simply unable to drive themselves and qualify for such trips as grocery shopping, medical appointments, hair appointments, etc. We provide the vehicle, the gas and appointments…you simply drive and earn a paycheck. Sound interesting?

Requirements:

Must have a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver’s license.


How To Apply:

Apply today via Facebook or email your resume to ckcac.org by September 23, 2022 and be one step closer to earning some extra money by driving those in need.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Start Family Advocate/Special Needs Collaborator for New Haven Center

Nelson County
  • Head Start

Description:

Head Start has an opening for a Family Advocate/Special Needs Collaborator for the New Haven Center. Selected candidate will coordinate the disabilities activities for children with a defined disability. This includes establishing and maintaining a cooperative working relationship with other Head Start services, maintaining records work with other agencies, implementing screenings, assessing and working with teachers and parents to aid their understanding of the needs of the child receiving services. Establish an Individual Education Plan in cooperation with parents, teachers and public-school officials. Must have the skills and ability to assist families to improve self-sufficiency, obtain services to meet their needs and goals and meet the requirements of the Head start Performance standards including Health, Knowledge of Child Health and Safety, eligibility, Recruitment, selection, Enrollment and Attendance in addition, this individual will possess the ability to build partnerships with families, advocate for families and assist families to identify available resources to meet their needs and concerns.

Requirements:

Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree in Social Services or Special Education related field or experience, or must obtain within eighteen months of hiring a Family Development Credential.


How To Apply:

Submit resume via email at careers@ckcac.org by close of business September 26, 2022.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

Congregate Meals Coordinator – Griffin Manor in Elizabethtown, KY

Hardin County
  • Nutritional Resources
  • Senior Support

Description:

This Position is responsible for serving the meals from the approved menu, provided by the Cooking Site. To maintain a high standard of cleanliness in the Center. To coordinate and supervise all activities and duties required by the Congregate Meals Program.

Specific Duties:

Supervise the high standard of hygiene and safety of all areas and equipment at all times. Assure that temperature logs for refrigerators and freezers are maintained. Assure that the Center adheres to the Food and Nutrition Guidelines at local, state and federal health guidelines during the serving of all food. Supervise the Volunteers to assure that all job duties are performed to the high standard of the Center. Assure that the Center adheres to the Food and Nutrition Guidelines at local, state, and federal health guidelines while food is in the kitchen, being served, and during clean up. Getting a supply order the coordinator at your cooking site in a timely manner. Enter all data into the SAMS computer system, submit timesheets and all reports in an accurate and timely manner. Communicate and develop relationships with new and perspective participants to ensure a pleasant experience at the Center. Coordinates fund raising events. Other duties as assigned.

Benefits:

25 hours per week Monday – Friday (no weekends) at $10 per hour. Eligible for retirement, annual and holiday leave.

Requirements:

High school diploma or equivalent. Computer skills required. Must have the ability to understand written and/or oral instructions and be able to follow through with tasks. Must have the ability to communicate effectively and relate well with others. Must have the ability to work with elderly participants and be understanding of their needs. Must be able to keep accurate records.


How To Apply:

If interested please submit resume via Facebook or by email to [Email hidden] by close of business September 23, 2022.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

Weatherization Crew Member

Grayson County
  • Home Energy

Description:

Our Weatherization Program is seeking a Crew Worker. General duties include but are not limited to, general weatherization duties, care and maintenance of tools and equipment and care and maintenance of assigned vehicles. Mandatory training required by KHC.

Requirements:
  • Must have the knowledge and ability to use basic carpentry skills and thorough knowledge of all tools and equipment required to perform assigned duties.
  • Must be able to follow written and oral instructions.
  • Must be able to do heavy work at high levels (on a ladder or on a roof).
  • Must be able to sit or stand for long periods of time and have the ability to lift heavy tools and materials.
  • Must have the capability to work alone or in a group.
  • Must have valid driver’s license and access to a vehicle.
  • Must be able to complete all required training.

How To Apply:

Apply via Facebook or by emailing resume/application to careers@ckcac.org by September 2, 2022.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

CSBG Needs Temporary Full-Time Application Processor for Counties of Breckinridge, Grayson, Hardin & Meade

Breckinridge, Grayson, Hardin & Meade County
  • Community Services

Description:

The Community Services Block Grant Program (CSBG) is looking for a Temporary Application Processor for the counties of Breckinridge, Grayson, Hardin and Meade. Selected candidate will work in the county needed due to absences, vacations, etc. This is a temporary full-time position; job will transition to a part-time position.

Requirements:

Job duties include but are not limited to data entry and keying of applications for various programs. Determines eligibility and processes all applications for the various Programs administered by the Community Services Block Grant Program. Follows all procedures and guidelines designed for each specific program. Makes referral of low-income persons to appropriate agencies and follows-ups to see if needed services have been provided. Act as client advocate if necessary Constructs and maintains files as required. Checks program applications and vouchers for accuracy and compliance. Attend staff meetings and training.

Must have High School diploma or GED equivalent. Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required.


How To Apply:

Please submit resume by emailing careers@ckcac.org by close of business August 12, 2022.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

Head Start Needs Nutrition Aide for Elizabethtown Center in Hardin County

Hardin County
  • Head Start

Description:

The Head Start Program is looking for a Nutrition Aide for the Elizabethtown Center in Hardin County. The Nutrition Aide position is responsible for implementing the delivery of nutritional service to students daily.

Requirements:

Responsible for transporting and/or receiving meals from the food service providers. Assists the children in setting the tables, serving the food and the sanitary disposal of unused meals. Performs cleaning and sanitizing duties such as washing dishes, utensils, equipment, counters, cabinets, chairs, and tables; along with trash removal, food preparation surfaces sanitation and food storage appliances and equipment cleansing.  Oversees and maintains inventory of food items, supplies and materials. Monitors and records the temperature of cold and hot food items to ensure food items are served at appropriate and acceptable temperatures. Food preparation, including attention to detail regarding children with modified diets and appropriate portion sizes. Serving as an effective role model for children, parents, and volunteers in nutrition. Provides required breaks for classroom staff and assisting in the classroom when available as needed.


How To Apply:

Please submit resume by emailing careers@ckcac.org by close of business September 9, 2022.

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

Congregate Meals Coordinator – Washington County

Washington County
  • Nutritional Resources
  • Senior Support

Description:

This Position is responsible for serving the meals from the approved menu, provided by the Cooking Site. To maintain a high standard of cleanliness in the Center. To coordinate and supervise all activities and duties required by the Congregate Meals Program.

Specific Duties:

Supervise the high standard of hygiene and safety of all areas and equipment at all times. Assure that temperature logs for refrigerators and freezers are maintained. Assure that the Center adheres to the Food and Nutrition Guidelines at local, state and federal health guidelines during the serving of all food. Supervise the Volunteers to assure that all job duties are performed to the high standard of the Center. Assure that the Center adheres to the Food and Nutrition Guidelines at local, state, and federal health guidelines while food is in the kitchen, being served, and during clean up. Getting a supply order the coordinator at your cooking site in a timely manner. Enter all data into the SAMS computer system, submit timesheets and all reports in an accurate and timely manner. Communicate and develop relationships with new and perspective participants to ensure a pleasant experience at the Center. Coordinates fund raising events. Other duties as assigned.

Benefits:

25 hours per week Monday – Friday (no weekends) at $10 per hour. Eligible for retirement, annual and holiday leave.

Requirements:

High school diploma or equivalent. Computer skills required. Must have the ability to understand written and/or oral instructions and be able to follow through with tasks. Must have the ability to communicate effectively and relate well with others. Must have the ability to work with elderly participants and be understanding of their needs. Must be able to keep accurate records.


How To Apply:

If interested please submit resume via Facebook or by email to [Email hidden] by close of business July 27, 2022.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

Part-Time Intake Worker – Hardin County

Hardin County
  • Community Services

Description:

Central Kentucky Community Action Council’s Community Services program (CSBG) is looking for a Part-Time Intake Worker for the Hardin County area.

Duties:

  • Assist the County Coordinator by processing applications for any available benefits.
  • Assist in all agency operations in the Hardin County area.
  • Answer the phone.
  • Perform standard office duties.
  • Light cleaning as needed.
Requirements:
  • Must have High School diploma or equivalent.
  • Basic computer skills required.
  • Must have ability to follow instructions.
  • Current driver’s licenses and access to automobile is required.
  • Pre-employment background screenings and drug screening are required.
  • Must be available to work part-time 20-29 hours per week.

How To Apply:

Submit resume through Facebook or by email to careers@ckcac.org Attn: Part-Time Intake Worker Hardin County by 5 PM (EST) July 29, 2022.

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

This project is funded, in part under a contract with the Cabinet for Health and Family Services with funds from the Community Services Block Grant of the US Department of Health and Human Services.

Congregate Meals Coordinator – Grayson County

Grayson County
  • Nutritional Resources
  • Senior Support

Description:

The Congregate Meals program is looking for a Coordinator for the Grayson County cooking site.

The Coordinator is responsible for:

  • Ordering the food items for the approved menus.
  • Supervises the Preparation the meal adhering to the approved menu.
  • Supervises to ensure that food is hygienically stored, and food storage areas are kept clean.
  • Oversees the correct stock levels, ensuring stock rotation and ensuring all stock is clearly labeled as required.
  • Always supervises the high standard of hygiene and safety of all areas and equipment.
  • Assures that temperature logs for refrigerators and freezers are maintained.
  • Assures that the Center adheres to the Food and Nutrition Guidelines at local, state, and federal health guidelines during the preparation, cooking and serving of all food.
  • Supervise the Cook and volunteers to assure that all job duties are performed to the high standard of the Center.
  • Enter all data into SAMS computer system, submit timesheets and all reports in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Requirements:

High school diploma or equivalent. Computer skills required. Must have the ability to understand written and/or oral instructions and be able to follow through with tasks. Must have the ability to communicate effectively and relate well with others. Must have the ability to work with elderly participants and be understanding of their needs. Must be able to keep accurate records.


How To Apply:

If interested please submit resume by close of business July 23, 2022 to tmorris@ckcac.org.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.

CKCATS Operations Fleet Manager needed for Marion, Nelson, Larue, Breckinridge & Grayson Counties

Marion, Nelson, Larue, Breckinridge & Grayson County
  • Transportation

Description:

If you like working on vehicles, have the mechanical knowledge to do so, and have supervisory experience, you may be interested in working for Central Kentucky Community Action Transportation Services (CKCATS) as an Operations Fleet Manager.

CKCATS is looking for an additional Operations Fleet Manager to be responsible for the overall operations at CKCATS in conjunction with the Transportation Director and current Operations Fleet Manager. The Operations Fleet Managers oversee the fleet maintenance and inspections of all CKCATS transportation vehicles, in addition to serving as representatives of CKCATS in local communities and in relating with vendors and subcontractors. They are also responsible for conducting inspections of buildings/vehicles and grounds for hazardous conditions and/or safety concerns/violations.

Specific duties will include, but are not limited to:

  • Responsible for overall operations at CKCATS and overseeing maintenance on all agency vehicles located in all counties following established policies and procedures and as directed by the Transportation Director.
  • Inspects and verifies maintenance on vehicles to certify billing.
  • Seek and oversee vendors in all counties for vehicle maintenance, repair work, fuel purchase and quality work performed. (i.e., cost, labor rates, quality of work)
  • Responsible for yearly DOT inspections.
  • Responsible for communicating and negotiating with bus vendors.
  • Respond to vehicle accident occurrences and follow through with appropriate actions.
  • Responsible for planning and coordination of transportation pre-set routes, drivers schedule and evaluation of transportation services.
  • Oversee the maintenance and arrangement of maintenance of agency vehicles in each county following established policies and procedures including annual State safety inspections with emphasis on fair pricing and quality workmanship.
  • Responsible for maintenance of facilities and equipment at all CKCATS offices, including janitorial related needs.
  • Maintain high level of confidentiality in regard to information. Strictly abide by agency confidentiality policies.

Benefits include:

  • Salary based on experience, with starting salary of $18+/hour
  • Medical, Dental and Vision insurance available
  • Company paid Life insurance
  • Paid time off
  • Retirement plan
  • 13 paid holidays
Requirements:
  • Commercial driver license with passenger status preferred.
  • Must have mechanical knowledge of vehicles.
  • Must have high school diploma or equivalent; additional business training preferred.
  • Have at least two years supervisory experience and demonstrated leadership ability.
  • Knowledge of Lincoln Trail service area and public relation skills required.
  • Computer knowledge is preferred.
  • Access to automobile and willing to travel within the service area as necessary.
  • Good general health.
  • Freedom from illegal drug use as evidenced by DOT/FTA drug testing.

How To Apply:

Please submit resume by September 23, 2022 via email to careers@ckcac.org or stop by the Central Kentucky Community Action office at 332 Hood Avenue to complete an application.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Full-time Drivers for CKCATS needed for Breckinridge, Grayson, Larue, Marion & Nelson Counties

Breckinridge, Grayson, Larue, Marion & Nelson County
  • Transportation

Description:

Central Kentucky Community Action Transportation Services (CKCATS) is looking for full-time drivers for each of the following counties: Breckinridge, Grayson, Larue, Marion & Neslon County. Each driver will help with community transportation needs in his/her respective county. Examples of transportation needs may include, but are not limited to:

  • Taking Seniors to get groceries, hair appointments, trips to the pharmacy, etc.
  • Transporting those who need dialysis and/or cancer treatments to their appointments
  • Transporting Veterans

Benefits:

  • First shift hours, Monday through Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM most weeks, with an occasional Saturday
  • Starting pay of $12/hour with a 90-day raise just for being a good, reliable driver
  • 13 Paid holidays
  • Vacation and sick time accrual
  • County Retirement System
  • $20,000 employer-paid life insurance
  • Health insurance as low as $40/month
  • Dental and vision insurance available
Requirements:

Must have a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver’s license.

If you are patient, kind and have a good driving record, we would like to talk to you more about joining the Community Action Transportation Services team. Where else can you get paid, work towards your retirement and feel good about giving back to your community all at the same time!


How To Apply:

Send Employment Application and/or Resume to to careers@ckcac.org.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

 

Part-time CKCATS Drivers needed for Breckinridge, Grayson, Larue, Marion & Nelson Counties

Breckinridge, Grayson, Larue, Marion & Nelson County
  • Transportation

Description:

Looking for a Part-time job that doesn’t involve standing on your feet all day? Community Action has the job for you!

We’re looking for individuals like you to help drive local Breckinridge, Grayson, Larue, Marion or Nelson County residents. Passengers would include elderly, veterans, and/or those who are simply unable to drive themselves and qualify for such trips as grocery shopping, medical appointments, hair appointments, etc. We provide the vehicle, the gas and appointments…you simply drive and earn a paycheck. Sound interesting?

Part-time Driver Benefits include:

  • Usually only work 3 days a week first shift, Monday through Friday 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM, with an occasional Saturday possible
  • Starting pay of $12/hour with a 90-day raise just for being a good, reliable driver
  • If you work at least 25 hours each week,
    • You are eligible to accrue sick and/or approved time off; and,
    • Receive holiday pay proportionate to the number of hours you work for 13 holidays
Requirements:

Must have high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver’s license.

So, if you’re looking for a Part-time job that is easier on your feet, then apply with Community Action today. If you are a good driver who is reliable and likes to help others, we may have a job for you!


How To Apply:

Send Employment Application and/or resume to to careers@ckcac.org and be one step closer to earning some extra money by driving those in need.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

Head Cook for our Nelson County Senior Congregate Meals program

Nelson County
  • Nutritional Resources
  • Senior Support

Description:

Selected candidate will responsible for the preparation, cooking and serving of meals as directed by the approved menu and maintain a high standard of cleanliness in the kitchen. Ensure food is stored properly, stock supply is maintained, rotated and label. Must daily clean area and equipment, maintain temperature logs for refrigerators and freezers, ensure that all utensils are washed appropriately, adhere to the Food and Nutrition Guidelines at local, state and federal health guidelines during the preparation, cooking and serving of all food.

Requirements:

High school diploma or equivalent. Experience cooking is preferred. Must have the ability to understand written and/or oral instructions and be able to follow through with tasks. Must be able to keep accurate records.

Selected candidate will work approximately 30 hours per week Monday – Friday. Background checks and pre-employment drug screening is required.  Eligible for insurance, holidays, vacation, sick leave and retirement benefits.


How To Apply:

Please send your Employment Application and/or Resume to tmorris@ckcac.org or careers@ckcac.org by the close of business July 15, 2022.

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Assistant Cook for our Nelson County Senior Congregate Meals program

Neslon County
  • Nutritional Resources
  • Senior Support

Description:

Selected candidate will assist in the preparation, cooking and serving the meal as directed by the approved menu and maintain a high standard of cleanliness in the kitchen. Assist in storing food properly, rotating and labeling. Must assist in daily cleaning of  area and equipment, maintaining temperature logs for refrigerators and freezers, washing utensils and  adhere to the Food and Nutrition Guidelines at local, state and federal health guidelines during the preparation, cooking and serving of all food.

Requirements:

High school diploma or equivalent. Experience cooking is preferred. Must have the ability to understand written and/or oral instructions and be able to follow through with tasks. Must be able to keep accurate records.

Selected candidate will work approximately 25 hours per week Monday – Friday. Background checks and pre-employment drug screening is required.  Eligible for holidays, vacation, sick leave and retirement benefits.


How To Apply:

Please send your Employment Application and/or Resume to tmorris@ckcac.org  or careers@ckcac.org  by the close of business July 15, 2022.

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

CONTRACTORS NEEDED

Marion, Washington, Nelson, LaRue, Hardin, Meade, Breckinridge and Grayson County
  • Home Energy

Description:

The following work scope is common day to day work in which the weatherization program will sub-contract, but is not limited to the description listed within the ad. HVAC work will consist of but is not limited to repairs/replacements to existing HVAC units. Plumbing contractors work consist of but not limited to minor plumbing repairs, repair/replacement of gas and electric water heaters. Electrical contractors work will consist of but is not limited to minor electrical repairs and installation of exhaust fans.

Requirements:

Requirements for all contractors as followed:

  1. Certificates of Insurance for General Liability and Comprehensive Coverage for general contractors performing work must meet the minimum coverage requirements in the amount of $800,000 or greater if annual contractual requirements change.
  2. HVAC contractors must have minimum Certificates of Insurance in the amount of $500,000.00 general liability and $300,000 property damage or greater if annual contractual requirements change.
  3. Electrical contractors must have minimum Certificates of Insurance in the amount of $500,000.00 general liability or greater if annual contractual requirements change.
  4. Plumbing contractors must have minimum Certificates of Insurance for General Liability in the amount of $250,000 or greater if annual contractual requirements change.
  5. Proof of compliance with workers’ compensation and unemployment insurance laws of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
  6. Contractors must have EPA certified RRP firm status as applicable.
  7. Contractors must have proof of all required training listed in the state plan.
  8. Contractors must have proof of non-debarment

All technicians are required to be licensed in their respective discipline (HVAC, Electrical, etc.) Technicians shall maintain their professional licenses in accordance with KRS 227A.010-150 for electric, KRS 198B.650-689 for HVAC, and meet all requirements regarding fees and continuing education.

Work sites will vary throughout our service areas of Marion, Washington, Nelson, Larue, Hardin, Meade, Breckinridge and Grayson Counties.


How To Apply:

Please send your Employment Application and/or Resume to dlindsey@ckcac.org or careers@ckcac.org by the close of business July 23, 2022.

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

Bus Drivers Needed for Head Start

Hardin, Larue & Washington County
  • Head Start
  • Transportation

Description:

Bus Drivers needed for Head Start in Hardin, Larue and Washington Counties. Responsible for transporting children and maintaining bus records.

 

Requirements:
  • MUST have a Class C CDL license with bus and passenger endorsement OR be willing to obtain it
  • A high school diploma or GED
  • Criminal check and pre-employment screenings are required

How To Apply:

Please send Employment Application and/or Resume by July 15, 2022 to CKCAC Head Start P.O. Box 830 Lebanon KY 40033 or email to careers@ckcac.org

EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

All Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

No available positions at this time.