Friday, 26 January 2018 10:27

Oswego Industries to Hire 18 Positions in Document Imaging

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Oswego Industries has thousands of images and documents queued for processing. Oswego Industries has thousands of images and documents queued for processing. Submitted photo

Local organization Oswego Industries is expanding their document imaging and digitizing program with plans to hire 18 more employees in the new year. The non-profit agency located in Fulton, New York was founded in 1968 with a mission to support and improve quality of life for adults with disabilities and currently employs over 180 people.

Document imaging, scanning and shredding has been part of Oswego Industries operations for over three years. The document imaging and digitalizing program currently processes about 100,000 images per month, but has plans to increase output to over 250,000 per month. One of the companies Oswego Industries partners with for their imaging demands recently agreed to supply an additional 4,500,000 images to be digitized over the next three years. This expansion nearly triples the workload of the digitizing department and created the opportunity for Oswego Industries to hire new employees.

“Our community is experiencing slowed economic development and we hope that these new positions will stimulate growth,” stated Laurie Davis, executive director of Oswego Industries. Davis continues, “We are excited to provide so many jobs for applicants from a wide range of employment experiences including recent graduates, people returning to the workforce and skilled professionals.”

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 for job-seekers including part- and full-time schedules for day and evening shifts. The company also boasts competitive pay, great benefits and opportunities to advance in a workplace where employees can make an impact and improve lives.

In order to find and hire the best candidates for these new jobs, Oswego Industries is hosting a hiring event on Thursday, February 1st from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at its main offices, located at 7 Morrill Place, Fulton, New York. Interviews for all vacancies including jobs related to production, maintenance, human services and supervisory positions will be held. Candidates are encouraged to bring their resumes. Appointments are not necessary during the hiring event and walk-ins will be accepted. Call 315-598-3108, extension 312 or email [email protected] for more information. Job postings are also available on Oswego Industries website:

Business Partnerships with a Purpose:

Oswego Industries trains and employs skilled and dedicated individuals who work in a wide variety of production-based jobs. Business capabilities include expertise in textiles, custodial/groundskeeping services, assembly and packaging, warehousing/fulfillment and document imaging. Document scanning team members digitize documents and X-ray film using the latest technology and utmost care for accuracy. Customers’ confidentiality is the priority during and after scanning so privacy is protected from the beginning of the project through the end. Companies can scan and shred sensitive documents with confidence when they partner with Oswego Industries.

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 comprehensive 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

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