April 2021
News & Opportunities
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Good Friday Office Hours
Good Friday is April 2nd.

All CDO Workforce offices are OPEN on April 2nd.
The Workforce Development Board is Hiring!
Placement Coordinator
Full time for a grant-funded 4 year Information Technology & Cybersecurity Project
based in Oneonta serving 9 surrounding counties in NYS.
This position will focus on Chenango, Delaware & Otsego Counties.

Job Description: Initiate and maintain ongoing personal contacts with a variety of businesses and industry representatives and job placement/training agencies to promote the One Workforce Information Technology & Cybersecurity training grant.

Make cold calls to potential employers; explain the benefits and employment support services provided by programs to employers, including addressing employer’s special needs.

Research newspapers, employment agencies and other resources for job leads; locate jobs for participants who have successfully completed training in IT/Cybersecurity.  

Collect data from local employers related to job orders including job requirements and skills, match job skills with applicant’s qualifications; refer qualified applicants to employers and conduct necessary follow-up when applicants are in positions.

Recruit participants from the Chenango, Delaware & Otsego region to support training in the IT/Cybersecurity field.

Keep updated regarding job fairs and internet resources, work with the local One Stop Career Centers for workshops and training programs that participants can access. 

Maintain contact with employers & training providers during the participant’s employment/training and report results to appropriate staff. Provide program information to various businesses and update information as needed, provide networking opportunities between agencies to make sure participants receive all the necessary resources to be successful in their new employment, make sure program flyers are distributed into the business community to market career training opportunities. 

Monday – Friday 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Health & Dental Insurance
Employer contributed matching 401 K
Two weeks’ vacation & holidays

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to Alan Lam alam@working-solutions.org
ICYMI: Rural Healthcare Workforce Grant
WDB Announces Grant Award to Address
Rural Healthcare Workforce Shortages in New York

CDO Workforce News
Manager of the Sidney CDO Workforce One Stop Center
Maggie Gilbert will retire on April 16th. 

Maggie says, "Man it has been a hell of a ride. I started as an inexperienced twenty-five-year-old and literally grew up in the job. There have been a lot of ups and downs in the job but what I will take with me is the people. I will remember the dedicated staff that put their heart and soul into their work. I feel good about the businesses that we collaborated with and the jobseekers that we were able to assist with improving their life circumstances. Indeed, it is the people I will miss. I wish everyone good health and an abundance of love and laughter. If you have that, you have everything."

"Maggie has been an integral part of the CDO Workforce," said Alice Savino, WDB Executive Director. "She always has fresh ideas with local business success and the success of participants at the center of her thinking. She will be missed but we wish her much success and happiness in her new journey."

Congratulations on Your Retirement, Maggie!
Pictured: John Frisch, Kathy DeAngelo, Alan Sessions
Congratulations, CDO Workforce!

CDO Workforce Disability Resource Coordinators (DRCs) Kathy DeAngelo and Alan Sessions received the Oneonta Job Corps Academy Community Partner of the Year honor from John Frisch, Outreach and Admissions / Career Transition Services Manager and Christopher Kuhn, Academy Director (not pictured).

Photo Courtesy Christopher Kuhn
CDO Workforce Offers Free Training
Area Residents Can Build Career Skills Online and in the Classroom

CDO Workforce, serving businesses and employees in Chenango, Delaware, and Otsego County, recently announced free training opportunities for local job seekers as well as employed workers.

“We provide a wide range of resources and services to our community,” says Maggie Gilbert, manager of the Sidney CDO Workforce One Stop Center. “This ranges from reviewing and drafting professional resumes, to high school equivalency classes, to training for specific careers, to linking job seekers to local job opportunities.”

“Much of our training and support services are available online,” adds Tylena Daniels, manager of the Norwich CDO Workforce One Stop Center. “Our customers are able to gain valuable career skills from their own home or workplace.”

“We also offer socially-distanced classroom training where customers are able to learn and prepare for careers that are in-demand in our area – such as CDL B driver’s license, certified nurse’s aide, carpentry, and more,” says Penny Seeger, supervisor of the Oneonta CDO Workforce One Stop Center.

All CDO Workforce services are offered free.

To find out more, contact your local One Stop Center at:
Oneonta – 607-432-4800
Norwich – 607-334-2201
Sidney – 607-832-5776
Delhi – 607-832-5777
Or visit us online at www.cdoworkforce.org.
Participants Praise the CDO Workforce Leadership for Supervisors Course

CDO Workforce sponsored 3 leadership courses this winter, each ranging from 15 – 20 participants from area companies and agencies. The 8-hour course taught by Don Sheldon was delivered in four segments of 2 hours each using the Zoom platform. 

This course gives attendees an advanced foundation of management skill learning. It is designed to engage the attendees in analyzing and applying leadership ideas within company applications. Several actual company examples were used to help in the attendees better understand the approach and attention required for good supervisory skills. 

See what attendees had to say about the program:
“I just finished the leadership course presented by Don Sheldon. I work at Chobani and found it very helpful that Don has worked at local manufacturing plant’s himself. Time and project management were an important topic for me. He also touched on Kaizen’s which we do a lot of at Chobani. The driver, analytical, amiable and expressive chart’s were also helpful in identifying what type of leader I am. The 9-9 management style is also a helpful chart to gauge personal success. All in all it was a great class. Thank you Don for your time and Maggie for thinking of our company to partake.”
--Michael O’Connor, Sleeving Supervisor, Chobani, New Berlin, NY

"I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed Don Sheldon’s presentations. He is vastly knowledgeable and I learned a great deal about leadership and my own personal style.
Thank you so much!"

--Sharon D. Bagg Battisti, LMSW, Director of Admissions & Social Services, New York State Veterans' Home, Oxford, NY

Spotlight On: American Apprenticeship Initiative (AAI) Grant
The American Apprenticeship Initiative Grant Helps Prepare
a Future Workforce to Bridge the Skills Gap

More and more across the U.S. businesses in advanced manufacturing and other diverse industries are utilizing apprenticeships to train a highly skilled workforce to meet their talent needs. In central New York, the Workforce Development Board (WDB) of Herkimer, Madison and Oneida Counties’ American Apprenticeship Initiative (AAI) grant is helping to close the skills gap between the skills job creators seek and job seekers need.

The AAI grant helps local manufacturers by offering funding to help educate and train their workforce. For example for each apprentice, AAI can provide up to $5,000 for related instruction and up to $2,000 for pre-apprenticeship training. Pre-apprenticeship training can help companies provide training to designated employees and may also help to determine whether they will be good candidates for a registered apprentice program.

Apprenticeships are a “win-win” for both the employer and the employee. Not only do apprenticeships provide demand-driven education, apprentices earn while they learn. And according to the Department of Labor, workers who complete apprenticeship programs earn an average of $300,000 more over their career when compared to peers who don't.

Since 2015, our WDB AAI programs have helped dozens of companies across the central New York region train hundreds of workers.

The program is available to residents and businesses located in the following New York counties: Broome, Cayuga, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Otsego, Schuyler, St. Lawrence, Steuben, Tioga and Tompkins.

AAI can help businesses set up an apprenticeship program as well. Employers who utilize apprentices report higher productivity, higher retention rates, and a substantial return on investment.
Businesses and individuals can learn more about AAI and the incentives we provide, along with our other apprenticeship programs here: https://www.working-solutions.org/for-businesses/apprenticeships/

Contact AAI Program Director Jennifer McCullough or Apprenticeship Coordinator Meghan McBennett for more information.

This program ends in September 2021, so don’t wait!
Other WDB Grants You May Be Eligible For
Featured Job Opportunities
Keller Williams Upstate NY Properties is looking for a Finance/Operations Manager in Oneonta!
Keller Williams Upstate NY Properties 31 Main Street, Oneonta, NY 13820
Monday - Friday from 8:30 am - 5:00 pm.
Learn about the company: https://www.kwupstateny.com/
This Company Describes Its Culture as: Innovative -- innovative and risk-taking Outcome-oriented -- results-focused with strong performance culture Team-oriented -- cooperative and collaborative

JOB OVERVIEW: Keller Williams Realty is the #1 real estate franchise in the United States. The largest KW franchise organization in the Leatherstocking/Catskills region is seeking a dynamic leader for our growing company. We are looking for the next Finance/Operations Manager, a role internally referred to as the Market Center Administrator, or "MCA". This person is critical to our success. Our vision is to be the number one real estate brokerage in our market area. The MCA role has a key impact on both growth and retention of our sales agents; with unlimited income potential and opportunities for growth as we continue to grow! Primary responsibilities include the offices bookkeeping duties including accounting and financial record keeping as well as overseeing the administrative systems and operations, including staff and facilities.

JOB REQUIREMENTS: 3 years or more of financial accounting/full service bookkeeping; Ability to analyze numbers and trends Flexible enough to handle the growth and demands of a fast paced office environment Persistent and organized with routine, repetitive tasks High sense of urgency and can manage their time well Able to maintain existing systems and procedures; and, implement new ones as needed Accommodating and supportive spirit; Belief in "servant" leadership Desire to be learning based High degree of professionalism with staff, other leadership, sales associates, clients and vendors Excellent computer skills: Spreadsheets, Database software, PowerPoint and Publisher Technologically savvy Team player

RESPONSIBILITIES: Manage all office financial transactions including financial reporting and analysis; income statements, balance sheet, payroll, tax payments and preparation of payroll tax returns; Accounts receivable and accounts payable Lead and manage staff Create, document, execute administrative systems for high level productivity and accountability. Consult with agents to increase productivity and retention Leadership to implement and drive value systems for market center growth Ability to focus in a distracting environment Commitment to excellence Unwavering integrity

JOB BENEFITS: Growth opportunities for the #1 real estate franchise in the US Salary plus a possible monthly bonus compensation structure Extensive training and coaching Travel and attendance at Keller Williams conventions and events when possible

EXPERIENCE: Financial Management: 1 years (Required) Full charge accounting: 1 years (Required)

EDUCATION: Associate's (Required) Bachelor's (Preferred)

COMPENSATION: $45,000 with bonus opportunities. Salary commensurate with qualification and experience.

BENEFITS: * Disability Insurance Paid Time Off * This Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is: Dependable -- more reliable than spontaneous Detail-oriented -- would rather focus on the details of work than the bigger picture Achievement-oriented -- enjoys taking on challenges, even if they might fail

TO APPLY: Submit your resume and a cover letter as PDF documents addressing how you meet or exceed the required and preferred qualifications to be considered for this position. Selected candidates will be invited to complete a KWRI accounting assessment and a personality assessment.
Contact the employer in person, by telephone, or by email:
Fox, Joan
31 Main Street
Oneonta, NY 13820
Phone: Fox, Joan (607) 434-4679

ACHIEVE Direct Support Professional - Norwich

ACHIEVE has immediate openings for caring staff members who want to positively impact the people we serve! ACHIEVE operates houses, supervised residences, and supportive apartments in Broome, Chenango and Tioga Counties. These are places to call home for people with varying levels of disabilities while providing support to the residents for community activities and work. Provide training and assistance to the people who receive services in order to help them develop and/or improve independent living skills such as cooking, housekeeping, laundry skills, grocery shopping, etc. Provide assistance and training to people who receive services to assist them in developing and/or improving personal care skills; i.e. showering, tooth brushing, toileting, bathing, etc. Providing training in money management such as budgeting, banking and making appropriate purchases. Administering medications and documentation according to procedure. Accompanying people who live in the homes to the grocery stores and other stores for on-site training in purchasing. Transporting people who receive services and assisting with appointments, recreational and/or other activities as needed.

Requirements of the position: A valid driver-s license and good driving record acceptable to the Agency-s insurance carrier. Obtaining and maintaining certification in Medication Administration, CPR, First Aid and SCIP (this training and certification is provided by ACHIEVE.)

Qualifications needed for the position: Prior experience is not necessary. High School Graduate or GED with some knowledge of or experience working with developmentally disabled preferred. A combination of education and experience that in the opinion of the reviewing agency meets or exceeds the above standards of the program.

ACHIEVE is pleased to provide a full benefit package to full-time employees hired to work 30 or more hours per week. + Shift Differential for Overnight Staff+ Medical: Generous Employer Contribution+ Dental: choice of 2 plans + Vision: choice of 2 plans + Group Term Life Insurance - 100% Company Paid + Long Term Disability - 100% Company Paid+ Employee Assistance Program (EAP) - 100% Company Paid+ 401-K Retirement Plan+ Cellular Telephone Discounts+ Generous Paid Time Off (PTO)+ Paid Holidays - 11+ Paid Bereavement Leave+ Paid Jury Duty+ Tuition Assistance Program+ Several VOLUNTARY Plans available, such as Medical Bridge Plan, Critical Illness Protection, Accident Indemnity, Short Term Disability, Optional Term Life Insurance

Apply online HERE

Astrocom Electronics, Inc. is looking for Production Assemblers in Colliersville (Oneonta area)

Minimum Experience Required: 3 months

Job Summary: Assembles electronic components, sub-assemblies, products, or systems by performing the following duties. Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned. Reads work orders, follows production drawings and sample assemblies, or receives verbal instructions regarding duties to be performed. Positions and aligns parts in specified relationship to each other in jig, fixture, or other holding device. Crimps, stakes, screws, bolts, rivets, welds, solders, cements, press fits, or performs similar operations to join or secure parts in place. Mounts assembled components, such as transformers, resistors, transistors, capacitors, integrated circuits, and sockets, on chassis panel. Connects component lead wires to printed circuit or routes and connects wires between individual component leads and other components, connectors, terminals, and contact points. Installs finished assemblies or sub-assemblies in cases and cabinets. Assembles and attaches hardware, such as caps, clamps, knobs, and switches, to assemblies. Performs intermediate assembly tasks, such as potting, encapsulating, sanding, cleaning, epoxy bonding, curing and stamping. Tends machines that press, shape, or wind component parts. Adjusts or trims materials from components to achieve specified electrical or dimensional characteristics. Performs online go-not-go testing and inspection to ensure parts and assemblies meet production specifications and standards.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Education and/or Experience - No education requirement; one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Language Skills - Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos. Ability to - write simple correspondence. Mathematical Skills - Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Reasoning Ability - Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out simple one- or two-step instructions.

Physical Demands: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to sit; use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include color vision. Plant is on a bus route. Astrocom is willing to provide reasonable accommodations for workers with disabilities. Veterans and workers with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Pay: $12.50 Hourly
Benefits: Health Insurance, Vacation
Hours per Week: 40
Duration: Full Time, Regular
Work Days: Monday thru Friday
Shift: First (Day)
Public Transportation is available.
Minimum Education Required: Less Than High School

Candidates should as soon as possible visit the CDO Workforce, 12 Dietz St. in Oneonta to obtain an application and make an appointment for the assessment. 

Application process: 
(1) obtain application at CDO Workforce New York, 12 Dietz Street, Oneonta, NY 13820
(2) contact the Oneonta Adult Education Office, at the Center Street School, 31 Center St. in Oneonta, phone - (607) 433-3645, to schedule an education assessment required as part of the application process
(3) mail or take completed assessment and application to Astrocom, 115 D.K. Lifgren Drive, Colliersville, NY 13747.
To apply, contact Oneonta CDO Workforce in person, or by telephone:
CDO Workforce NY, Center
12 Dietz Street
Oneonta, NY 13820
Phone: CDO Workforce NY, Center (607) 432-4800

StaffWorks is looking for Production Workers 
Production Workers are needed in the Oneonta and New Berlin areas. A representative from Staffworks is scheduled to be at CDO Workforce, 12 Dietz Street, Oneonta, NY, on Wednesdays. Job Seekers must call 604-334-5055 for an appointment time. Full-time jobs on various shifts are available. Wages are $12.50 per hour and up depending on assignment and qualifications. Military veterans and workers with disabilities, especially youth, are encouraged to apply.

Benefits: Health Insurance, Vacation
Duration: Full Time, Temporary
Work Days: Work days vary
Shift: Varies

Minimum Education Required: Less Than High School
To apply, contact the employer by telephone: Phone: Wieniarty, Farida (604) 334-5055

StaffWorks is looking for Administrative Assistants 

Administrative Assistants are needed in the Otsego County area. A representative from Staffworks is scheduled to be at CDO Workforce, 12 Dietz Street, Oneonta, NY, on Wednesdays. Job Seekers must call 604-334-5055 for an appointment time. Full-time jobs are available. Wages are $12.50 per hour and up depending on assignment and qualifications. Military veterans and workers with disabilities, especially youth, are encouraged to apply.

Job Location: Oneonta, New York
Benefits: Health Insurance, Vacation
Duration: Full Time, Temporary
Work Days: Monday thru Friday
Shift: First (Day)

Minimum Education Required: GED

To apply, contact the employer by telephone: Phone: Wieniarty, Farida (604) 334-5055
DYK that CDO Workforce has a Custom Job Search Link on our website? You can search across 6 counties by location and/or job title. (Chenango, Delaware, Otsego, Herkimer, Madison & Oneida counties.)

GO HERE and click "Search Local Job Opportunities"
Job Seekers Events & Opportunities
A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital Nursing Home is offering a paid training class for C.N.A. certification

The class will be offered April 26, 2020 through May 21, 2020, Monday - Friday, 8am - 3:30pm. The last week, May 17-21st will be from 3:00-9:00pm. Applicants must complete an online application to be considered for the class. 

Upon successful completion of class and obtaining NYS certification candidates will be offered full time employment with a full benefit package in the Nursing Home.

FREE Online Workshops

Ready to improve your skills and start on your ideal career pathway?

NYS Department of Labor is offering FREE virtual workshops on:
  • resume writing
  • interviewing
  • transferable skills
  • and more.

Tips & Resources for Job Seekers
Article: How to brag in an interview without sounding conceited

Read the Article at FastCompany and contact our Career Counselors to find out how we can help you with your interviewing skills!
Looking for targeted
help or information?

CareerOneStop offers resources targeted just for these audiences:
  • Getting Back to Work
  • Career changer
  • Military and veterans
  • Worker with a criminal conviction
  • Entry-level worker
  • 55+ workers
  • Young adult
  • Workers with disabilities
  • Business
  • Career advisor
  • Credential seeker

Healthcare jobs are in demand! 
We've added a new information sheet to our website to help you find healthcare jobs in Otsego County. 

Entry-Level and High Demand Healthcare Jobs in Otsego County:
  • Certified Nurse Aide
  • Direct Support Professional
  • Home Health Aide
  • LPN
  • Medical Assistant
  • Patient Care Aide
  • Personal Care Aide
  • Resident Aide or Counselor
  • Registered Nurse

GO HERE to view/download the resource sheet and/or see more information about career pathways in healthcare or manufacturing.

NYS DOL does not use the Telegram app. Any Telegram accounts claiming to be NYS DOL are actually fraudsters attempting to steal your private information.

Below see all of NYS DOL's *VERIFIED* social media accounts. Block & report all others that purport to be NYS DOL.

-Twitter: twitter.com/nyslabor
-Facebook: facebook.com/nyslabor
-Instagram: instagram.com/nyslabor
-LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/nyslabor
-YouTube: youtube.com/nyslabor

If you gave your personal information to a fraudster, follow these steps immediately:
1. Update all passwords
2. Update your banking information if you have an NY.gov account
3. Virus check your device

For more tips on spotting and reporting fraud, visit dol.ny.gov/report-fraud
Spotlight on Workers with Disabilities
ABLE - In The News

"Special savings accounts for people with disabilities are getting fresh attention, as a way to safely put aside all or part of federal stimulus payments"

Have more questions about ABLE Accounts?

CDO Workforce can help!

ABLE accounts are a tax-advantaged savings account for individuals with disabilities.

Contact Disability Resource Coordinator (DRC) Alan Sessions at cdoworkforce@gmail.com or
DRC Kathy DeAngelo at deangelok@otsegocounty.com
Job Accommodation Network (JAN) Accommodation and Compliance: Coronavirus Disease
From JAN: "COVID-19 related workplace issues vary widely. While JAN does not provide public health, safety, or legal advice, it does offer Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance assistance and practical job accommodation strategies for returning individuals with disabilities to work during the COVID-19 pandemic. To address the needs of employers, individuals with disabilities, and their family members, JAN created a website dedicated to COVID-19 resources."

Family Resource Network (FRN)
Teen Scene

Teen Scene is a group for youth, ages 12 to 19, who meet at least once a month in-person or virtually. Participants have the opportunity to express themselves through activities and projects, as well as, learn about new topics through discussion and presentations.

Teen Scene is free of charge to any youth who are interested in a fun, safe, social experience.

Behavioral Interview Questions:
What Are They?

In this blog post from SSA's Ticket to Work program, they break down how to figure out the right stories to tell during an interview and a method to make your storytelling clear and concise.

CDO Workforce
Disability-Related Resources
Check out our helpful articles and resources for businesses about hiring workers with disabilities and for job seekers with a disability.
Integrated Resource Teams (IRT) can help job seekers with a disability along their career path. Visit our "Your Dream, Your Team" toolkit for information and free downloadable resources.

We invite you to Like our CDO Workforce Disability Employment Initiative Facebook Page - for more disability-related articles, news & resources
Business & Community News and Resources
Women in Apprenticeship and Nontraditional Occupations (WANTO) Grant Participant Natalie Kipp
Women In Apprenticeship

Supported by recent U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) partnerships and investments, the number of female apprentices has increased 218% from 2014 to 2019 and women now make up approximately 12.5% of active apprentices compared to 9.4% in 2014.

Learn More at Apprenticeship.gov.

See how our WDB Apprenticeship grant programs are helping women reach their career goals through apprenticeships.

Photo Courtesy Natalie Kipp
Delaware Opportunities
Parenting Classes

These classes will be offered virtually April 15th, 22nd and 29th on Zoom.

"What better way to improve your parenting skills from the comfort of your own home! These classes are for parents who are expecting or have children up to age 5. Parents will also have the opportunity to create a fun activity to do with their children. All needed Items for activities will be dropped off at your home prior to class date. You will also receive handouts and a tool box of community resources. Upon completion of class sessions, Incentives will be delivered to your door as well!"

For more information or to sign up, please contact Vatisia Jaindl at 607-746-1730(office), 607-434-7586(cell),or vjaindl@delop.org.
Congratulations, Raymond Corporation!

Forbes has named The Raymond Corporation one of America’s Best Midsize Employers for 2021 within the engineering and manufacturing industry.

CDO Workforce Resource Library

We've added new resources to our Chenango, Delaware, Otsego county Community Resources library!

Categories include:


Mental Health First Aid Training

Earn a nationally recognized certificate in Mental Health First aid!

Space is limited and registration closes April 7th. See the course outline and additional details here
CDO Workforce Virtual & In Person Services
CDO Workforce Virtual Services and In-Person Services by Appointment
"We're Here For You."

Click the county that you reside in to learn more and request services:

Our Services For Job Seekers Include:
>Job search help
>Help with resumes
>Assistance with applying for jobs on-line
>Virtual Job Shadow for youth
>Free online skills training
>Career Coaching
>Youth Mentoring
>And More!

We Offer Services for Business Too!
CDO Workforce Business Services Highlights
BUSINESSES: We offer a wide-range of services* for businesses! We can act as an extension of your Human Resources Department. GO HERE learn more and contact us to find out how we can help!

*We are your local American Job Center partner. There is never a charge for our services.
Partner Programs & Learning
Bassett Healthcare

ACCES-VR assists individuals with disabilities to prepare for, achieve and maintain employment through training, education, rehabilitation, and career development
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