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How to manage time more effectively Hectic schedules can make managing time seem like a riddle wrapped inside an enigma. Many people feel there are not enough hours in the day. But busy men and women need not look for extra hours in the day to manage their time more effectively. • Examine your existing time management. Before creating strategies for changing the way you manage your time, you first need to understand how you are currently spending it. Jot down what you do during an average week. Include how long you spend conversing, when you start working, how often you check your email, etc. Analyze this time in an effort to determine how much of it is being spent doing something productive and how much is getting in the way of getting things done. • Complete crucial tasks first. Figure out which of your daily tasks are most important and take care of those first before moving on to less important tasks. This can reduce stress and make you feel more confident that you can accomplish the smaller tasks. • Write things down. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed when there are many things swimming around in your head. Put your to-do list on paper. Seeing it in black and white can help you separate the important tasks from other ­­­4

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DRIVERS First Transit is seeking 8 qualified candidates for the N.J. Access Link paratransit service. Applicants should be available for full time schedules that could include work on varying days/hours, weekends and holidays.

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SCHOOL BUS MECHANIC - F/T

Absecon, NJ

Experienced, Must have a valid NJ license. Will provide training to get School bus CDL. Must own your own tools. Excellent Pay/Overtime Available Benefits includes Health Insurance. JANITORIAL - Provide day-to-day supervision of assigned staff. Negotiate and prepare purchase order requisitions for supplies and equipment. Maintain and insure accountability of supplies and equipment inventory along with preparing schedules for all shifts and monitor hours to avoid exceeding contract limits. Maintain daily quality control journal and develop plan to address any deficiencies. Report all changes to buildings status. Maintain and insure accountability of supplies and equipment inventory. Maintain daily quality control journal and develop plan to address any deficiencies. Report all changes to buildings status. Clean building floors by sweeping, mopping, scrubbing, or vacuuming. Gather and empty trash. Responsible for servicing, cleaning and supplying restrooms, lavatories and showers. Dust furniture or fixtures, walls, machines, equipment and polish metal fixtures or trimmings. Clean windows, glass partitions and mirrors. Maintain accountability of assigned supplies and equipment utilizing them in accordance with manufacturer guidelines and per supervisor instruction. Follow cleaning schedules and complete assigned work in a timely fashion and to acceptable quality standards. DAY PROGRAM/GROUP HOME - Seeking energetic and caring individuals Group Home and Community Access Centers. Position involves working with individuals with disabilities or one-on-one with an assigned individual with a disability, and assisting them with their daily needs in program and community activities. Duties include planning, coordinating and transporting individuals with disabilities to and from their residence; to and from various work or contract assignments throughout the day; and assisting individuals, as necessary in daily living skills. Provide transportation in the community with non-ambulatory lift vehicles, bending and lifting. Work a flexible work week schedule. Accurately completes all in-house documentation. Energetic and caring individuals that demonstrate compassion, empathy and mutual respect for persons with disabilities. CLASS B CDL Driver w/Air Brake – Drive and operate a Recycling Collection Vehicle with automated and semi-automated collection equipment in full compliance with applicable Federal, State and Local safety and traffic rules, along with OTC vehicle operation and safety policies. Perform Pre/ Post Trip vehicle inspections completely, accurately and report on a timely basis any vehicle operating problems or issues. Must not possess any “DWI/ DUI convictions or MVR points” on driving record. Physically capable of operating and handling the physical demands of sustained sitting, walking, standing and working in a noisy outdoor environment. Have no medical conditions or physical limitations that would prevent the lifting of 50 pounds.

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VOCATIONAL COUNSELOR - Assists in assessing the needs of the individuals with disabilities while working with them to reach their maximum vocational potential. Evening hours will be required. Monitor and communicate the progress of the individuals with disabilities to OTC Professional Services Department heads, parents, guardians, sponsors and other agencies. Provide one-on-one job training and/or job coaching; and, assist the Supervisor with any issues that may arise in the work area. Responsible for observing the individuals with disabilities in their work environment at least one time per week. Identify services the individual with disabilities may need and make recommendations, referrals to other programs or services as needed. Bachelors degree is required. Must have a High School diploma or equivalent, previous experience working w/disable individuals, possess a valid driver’s license w/a clean driving record, background checks and drug testing is required. Interested candidates can apply in person at 2 Manhattan Dr., Burlington Twp., 08016, fax a resume to (609) 267-6510, or email @ HREmail@otcbc.org. NO TELEPHONE INQUIRES. All applicants will be contacted directly by the Hiring Manager. EEO/M/F/V/D

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School Bus Mechanics Minimum Two Years Experience with Motorcoach Experience a plus

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PRIMARY DUTIES: Perform repairs, preventative maintenance on diesel powered buses & vans Conduct mechanical and electrical diagnostics Complete repairs accurately and timely, test drive buses, vehicle fleet, to evaluate, diagnose, and certify proper working condition Ability to work well with shop foreman, office staff, bus drivers, and administration Able to work independently without direct supervision Document repairs and parts on work orders completely and accurately Job may require on-call duty, extended hours, or weekend work Maintain tools and work space so that shop conditons are neat, orderly and safe

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CLUES ACROSS 1. Pain 5. Near the stern of a ship 8. Certified public accountant 11. External appearance 13. Neither 14. He played with Peter & Mary 15. Maximum 16. Irish republican organization 17. Swedish rock group 18. Source of chocolate 20. Counterparts to women 21. Type of levy 22. More tasteless 25. “Use Somebody” rockers 30. Burst 31. Flightless, fast bird 32. Type of salami 33. Charges to live somewhere 38. Ji dynasty’s ancestral home 41. They play music 43. One who cancels 45. Resin from an African tree 47. Shellfish 49. Notre Dame coach Parseghian 50. Thorougbred horse race: __ Stakes 55. Empire in pre-colonial C. Africa 56. Small piece of caramel 57. Hillsides 59. Does great 60. Israeli city __ Aviv 61. Brief appearance 62. Danish krone (abbr.) 63. Midway between east and southeast 64. Database mgmt. system

ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20 - Aries, relaxation seems like the perfect idea, but some restlessness might get in the way of these plans. Low-impact activities may be the way to go. TAURUS – Apr 21/May 21 - Taurus, if you find it difficult to ask for what you desire, garner the courage and make a stand. Trust your instincts that you deserve what you are seeking. GEMINI – May 22/Jun 21 - Gemini, you are in your element this week and you will be soaring on good vibes for several days. There’s no pressure to get things done, so keep on sailing. CANCER – Jun 22/Jul 22 - Cancer, find your footing this week, which figures to be busy and hectic. Prepare a schedule so you can complete all the tasks at hand on time. ­­­8

LEO – Jul 23/Aug 23 - Leo, optimism is good, but you may need to be a realist this week as well. Do not compromise common sense for the sake of seeing the bright side of everything. VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22 - Virgo, concentration comes naturally to you, but don’t focus so much that you begin to miss what’s going on around you. Seek a friend who can keep you smiling. LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23 - Libra, you are eager to listen and learn but you also want to share your own experiences. This week you will need to find a balance between being the student and the teacher. SCORPIO – Oct 24/Nov 22 - Scorpio, avoid jumping to conclusions and encourage others to do the same. Allow things to play out before forming any concrete opinions or developing a course of action. SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec 21 Make your decisions now before you add any more information to the mix, Sagittarius. Your judgement could be clouded by unnecessary data coming your way.

CLUES DOWN 1. Sign language 2. In style 3. Syrian city 4. A long narrative poem 5. Living thing 6. Envision 7. Flat surface on a vessel’s stern 8. Scottish sport 9. They serve beer 10. Expression of sorrow or pity 12. When you expect to get there 14. Bullfighting maneuver 19. Double-reed instrument 23. Rural Free Delivery (abbr.) 24. Hardened 25. Small cask or barrel 26. Anger 27. Female religious figure 28. Central mail bureau 29. Ruled Russia 34. Geological time 35. Catches fish 36. As well 37. Soviet Socialist Republic 39. A moderately slow tempo 40. Female reproductive organs 41. Patti Hearst’s captors 42. Twitchings 44. Suitable for crops 45. Cavalry-sword 46. Greek sophist 47. Dressed 48. Tight crowd of people 51. Basics 52. “Raymond” actor Garrett 53. Unstressed-stressed 54. Old World tree 58. Distress signal

CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, you are at a turning point in your life and now may be a good time to make a few important changes. This may involve a new career path or new friends. AQUARIUS – Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, even if you have a lot to get done, you will be able to think on your feet and make changes as needed. Maintain your self-confidence throughout the week. PISCES – Feb 19/Mar 20 - Actively explore your impulses in the next few days, Pisces. You may not have a chance to do so in the coming weeks. H

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When a new school semester starts, children and young adults may not be the only ones who are returning to the classroom. Many adults resolve to expand their professional horizons by returning to school even after they have established themselves in their professions. Some may aspire to develop skills specific to a particular job, while others may want to make it easier to transition to a new career. The number of adult undergraduates continues to grow. The National Center for Education Statistics says 33 percent of the 18 million undergraduate students in the United States are over the age of 25. Students over the age of 30 make up 22 percent of the student body in colleges and universities. The NCES also projects a continued rise of older students through 2020. Going back to school can be an exciting time, but one that also comes with a bit of trepidation. Many adults may not have been in a classroom in more than a decade. Many things have changed with regard to academia in recent decades, and adults may need some extra time and help to make their transition back to student go smoothly. • Schedule a campus visit. Choosing a school is an important decision, and even though you might not be spending as much time on campus as you did when you were younger,

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don’t overlook the importance of a campus visit. A member of the admissions faculty or even a current student may be able to offer a guided tour, explaining the layout of the campus, amenities and resources. He or she also may point out parking areas, study locations and the best way to navigate the campus. This will help alleviate a fish-out-of-water feeling the first day of class. • Secure financial aid if necessary. School is expensive, but keep in mind that scholarships and other forms of financial aid are not exclusive to younger learners. Speak with a financial aid counselor about programs that might be available to you. In addition, check with your employer to see if they offer incentives for returning to school. • Brush up on school skills. Start reading more to refresh your vocabulary and other language skills. College involves critical thinking and reasoning, so explore free online courses or games that cover critical thinking skills. Refresh your memory on basic writing rules if essays and reports will be part of your curriculum. Honing your academic skills in advance of returning to school can help you start off on the right foot. • Create a support system. Going back to school will require you to rearrange schedules and make certain sacrifices. Such adjustments may require the assistance of friends and family. Stop by your school’s student services department and ask if they have help in place for nontraditional students. They may have guidance on balancing work, life and school. Such departments may also assist you with scheduling classes at the times of day that fit best with your work schedule. Many adults return to school for personal reasons or to advance their careers. Having a plan in place can make the transition go smoothly. ■ January 11, 2017


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SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS Immediate Income Jobs Available While Training. Must have CDL

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QMA strives to support people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in achieving their goals while gaining respect and dignity. We understand that the compassionate and caring people working with QMA are our greatest asset. We are proud of our diverse, talented employees, each of whom brings special skills and experience to the team.

QMA is offering immediate positions for Resident Counselors in South Jersey and Delaware

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Requirements for Direct Support Professionals: • A minimum high school diploma or GED • 21 years of age or older • A valid driver’s license • A clear criminal history • A clean driving record • Basic computer skills • A flexible work schedule • The ability to communicate and provide physical care to the people we serve

• Compensation structures that are based on a pay-for-performance philosophy • Vacation pay • A comprehensive benefit plans including medical, vision and prescription coverage with minimal employee contribution • A 401K savings program and life insurance • Performance based bonuses and an employee referral program

Learn more about us at www.qmainc.com Send your resume and cover letter to jobs@qmainc.com Fax: 856-727-8899 • Phone: 856-735-1011 700 Cinnaminson Avenue, Building B, Palmyra NJ 08065 ­­­12

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