2014 Employee of the Year – Devin Warren

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The purpose of the Employee of the Year Award is to recognize and honor an outstanding employee. This employee exhibits:

  1. Productivity, commitment to quality in carrying out job responsibilities, is an asset to the staff and his/her department.
  2. Takes initiative and accepts and carries out additional responsibilities beyond regular job assignments.
  3. Is consistently dependable and punctual.
  4. Portrays a positive attitude toward work responsibilities, co-workers, and employer and serves as a role model for others.
  5. Willingness to work in a team setting within and/or outside of his/her assigned department.

When the PersonnelPlus staff considered workers who might meet these expectations, one person came to mind immediately.
This person has worked very hard to overcome much in his young life and has become one of the best employees we have seen in a long time. He has tremendous work ethic and is a great asset to his team. He strives every day to not only do his best at his own job but to also help others and create a teamwork environment. There isn’t enough space on this page to contain the number of compliments we could give this young man.

PersonnelPlus is proud to present the 2014 Employee of the Year award to Devin Warren. Devin has been with ABH (Appalachian Behavioral Healthcare) for almost three years.

Devin likes working at ABH with the rest of his crew, but also enjoys working by himself sometimes. Devin says that the best part of working is not having to sit at home doing nothing. According to Devin, he feels that his greatest accomplishment so far is getting his job at ABH and he is thankful for PersonnelPlus, saying that he “wouldn’t have been able to do that without their help.” When Devin is not working he likes to go to his siblings’ sporting events, watch movies and play video games. Devin also participates in ATCO, Inc. services and is currently enjoying the dance/exercise classes.

Congratulations Devin! Keep up the good work!

 

Job Posting: Vehicle Operator I

Job Posting: Vehicle Operator I

 

OAPSE Internal & External Posting

Position: One (1) Vehicle Operator I, 182 days

Qualifications: Must be 18 years old, possess a high school diploma or GED, have ability to use whole numbers & read & write common vocabulary. Must possess a valid Ohio driving operator’s license with good driving record.

Two years driving experience, minimum. Knowledge of Ohio driving rules/regulations; drive/safety practices, operation of passenger vehicle.

Must be able to lift, carry move, load and secure individuals in a safe manner. Life/move safely 75-100 pounds.

Must demonstrate ability to use radio equipment. Ability to carry out instructions (written and oral).
Duties: Inspects, maintains, and operates passenger vehicle (1-15 passengers including the driver) to transport passengers enrolled in all ACBDD programs to and from programs/services for various activities (e.g., athletic activities, educational programs and functions, training programs, field trips, chartered events, and other miscellaneous activities).

Performs facility related duties, i.e. cleaning, snow removal, mowing, trimming and weed eating.

Maintains accurate records for transportation purposes.

Perform other duties as assigned.

Location: Transportation Garage – Lavelle Road

Wage: Per adopted salary schedule

Status: OAPSE Bargaining Unit

Benefits: OPERS; health, vision, dental, life insurance, personal, and sick leaves.

Schedule: Monday – Friday, 25 hours per week, 182 days

Date Posted: November 5, 2014

Application Deadline: November 21, 2014 at 3 p.m. – Athens County Board of Developmental Disabilities. Letter of intent should be submitted to ACBDD, 801West Union, Athens, OH 45701 or to Personnel@athenscbdd.org
Working conditions may exist that are not such as normally exist in the occupation of
public employee. These conditions may include: Exposure to bloodborne pathogens,
communicable diseases, potential infectious materials, hazardous chemicals and/or
aggressive behaviors.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER