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Friday, 23 February 2018 05:37

Oswego Industries Hires Three New Employees

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Pictured from left are Anna Reeves, direct support professional; Cheyenne Hotchkiss, direct support professional; and Jade Nelson, Integrated Vocational Assistant. Pictured from left are Anna Reeves, direct support professional; Cheyenne Hotchkiss, direct support professional; and Jade Nelson, Integrated Vocational Assistant. Submitted photo

Oswego Industries Inc., a Fulton-based nonprofit agency that supports adults with developmental disabilities, welcomes three new team members.

Pictured from left are Anna Reeves, direct support professional; Cheyenne Hotchkiss, direct support professional; and Jade Nelson, Integrated Vocational Assistant.

Additionally, Oswego Industries has recently expanded their document imaging department and is recruiting candidates for open positions. Job seekers are also encouraged to call 315-598-3108 or email [email protected] for more information. Job postings related to human services, production, maintenance, and supervisory positions are also available on Oswego Industries’ website: www.oswegoindustriesinc.org/careers.

Oswego Industries prides itself on being an equal opportunity employer and encourages candidates of all abilities and backgrounds to apply. In fact, the open positions provide an array of options including part- and full-time schedules for day and evening shifts and jobs in Oswego and Onondaga counties. The company also boasts competitive pay, great benefits and opportunities to advance in a workplace where employees can make an impact and improve lives.

About Oswego Industries:

For 50 years, Oswego Industries has provided services and supports for adults with disabilities while partnering with local businesses to deliver production and workforce solutions. Its mission is to be a partner in the development of inclusive community services designed to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities, by providing the necessary support programs to enable individuals to grow with dignity and achieve their highest level of independence and self-fulfillment. Person-centered services include pre-vocational and vocational training, supported employment, day habilitation programs, and Medicaid service coordination. Its sister agency, Arc of Oswego County, provides services to children and seniors with disabilities: together creating a comprehensive support system for Oswego County residents with disabilities. Find more information online at www.oswegoindustriesinc.org.

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