City of Rochester Wants Local People for Good-Paying 2020 Census Jobs

Mayor Lovely A. Warren and Monroe County Clerk Adam Bello, joined Jeff Behler Regional Director of the New York Region Census Center Tuesday to call for Rochester-area residents to apply for temporary field positions for the 2020 Census. Mayor Warren and County Clerk Bello are members of the New York State Complete Count Commission.

Available Census jobs are:

  • Recruiting assistants ($18.50 per hour)– travel throughout geographic areas to visit with community-based organizations, attend promotional events and conduct other recruiting activities.
  • Office operations supervisors ($17.50 per hour)– assist in the management of office functions and day-to-day activities in one or more functional areas, including payroll, personnel, recruiting, field operations and support.
  • Clerks ($13.50 per hour)– perform various administrative and clerical tasks to support various functional areas, including payroll, personnel, recruiting, field operations and support.
  • Census field supervisors ($18.50 per hour)– conduct fieldwork to support and conduct on-the-job training for census takers, and/or to follow-up in situations where census takers have confronted issues such as not gaining entry to restricted areas.
  • Census takers ($17.00 per hour)– work in the field. Some field positions require employees to work during the day to see addresses on buildings. Other field positions require interviewing the public, so employees must be available to work when people are usually at home such as in the evening and on weekends.

The OCWB will hold “Workforce Wednesdays” to assist applicants
Time: Beginning April 4, from 12:30- 4:30 p.m.
Location: The Business and Community Services Center, 56 N Fitzhugh St. Rochester, NY 14614

The OCWB will open its classroom space to provide service to several applicants at a time.
Location: 30 N Fitzhugh St. Rochester, NY 14614
Dates & Times:
>Tuesday, April 16, 2019; 10 a.m.- 2 p.m
>Thursday, May 23, 2019; 10 a.m.- 2 p.m
>Tuesday, June 18, 2019; 3 p.m.- 7 p.m

For more information or to apply online, visit:
Or call 1-855-JOB-2020


MAXIMUS is hiring 40 Bilingual Spanish Consumer Service Specialist IIIs.

 These positions start at $15.00 per hour. All positions are Full Time – no Part Time position.

 Below are the minimum requirements of this opportunity –

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • 6 months Customer Service Experience
  • Ability to Speak, Read, & Translate in English and Spanish fluently


The University of Rochester has 41 open positions which are attached to this link  All interested applicants, please apply online at

Be sure to upload your cover letter and/or resume as one document when applying.  Upon completion of the online process, you will receive an email stating, your application has been successfully submitted.


Job Description

Seeking skilled business development/salespeople who want to spread their wings in a growing local business. Site Hub is looking to double-down on its local client base as well as expand into nearby markets and beyond.

The responsibilities of the selected applicant will include:

  • Prospect Generation / List building
  • Research on potential clients in a given area
  • Relationship building with business owners
  • Cold Calling
  • Use and understanding of website scanners, basic SEO tools, and other digital marketing benchmarking tools
  • Proposal creation and solution selling
  • Closing the deal!
  • (future) Building and running a sales team 


  • Great attitude
  • Efficiency-minded
  • Solution Oriented
  • Experience / Knowledge of Digital Marketing, Advertising, Data & Analytics, and Sales in General.
  • Ability to connect with strangers

Feel free to send in questions before applying. *

About Site Hub

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $30,000.00 to $40,000.00 /year + Commission

Can apply to be a home care aid for senior/ person with disability. Can get paid to take care of family member or loved ones
link for people to go apply at:


Wardrobe is one of the most stressful parts of preparing for an interview – the key is to keep it simple. I’m not saying dress like a 1980’s applicant for an accounting position in accounts payable.  I’m saying stick to the basics.
Stay way from flashing prints or eye distracting items. Most common distractions are going to be your shirt, tie, blouse or accessories. The distraction can in many situations cause someone to miss your points and insights being addressed pertaining the job you are interviewing for.
Wear clothes that fit. Make sure you are comfortable. New clothes are great, just make sure they fit you well, not too tight and not to loose. Your personality and your degree of comfort in a room with people you haven’t met is very important. Wearing a tight jacket or heels you aren’t used to walking in will throw you off your game. Standing confident in your own skin while interviewing is a powerful asset. Demonstrate it.
One of the most important items to omit from your wardrobe is cologne or perfume. Sometimes the smell of a cologne or perfume can rub someone the wrong way. They could have allergies. Or the fragrance may wake up a suppressed hunger for an interviewer that didn’t have breakfast! In these situations, interviewers may want to just get the interview over with in hopes of getting some fresh air or a bite of someone’s leftover donut in the breakroom.
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