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EMPLOYMENT

 


Writers, et al. Wanted

La Prensa is interested in journalistic/holistic/paranormal articles, essays, commentaries, healing-thought-pieces, poems, cartoons, art, photos, puzzles and other brainbashers, songs, and other provacative items, for possible publication in the weekly, bilingual publication known as La Prensa, publishing since 1989. We also post many of these items on our website. We pay cash for these published items. For possible publication please submit via email to laprensa1@yahoo.com ATTN: Rico. It doesn’t exist unless you have seen it in La Prensa!  Tinta con Sabor!

 

SALES/DISTRIBUTION
Persons wanted to sell ads, post events, and distribute a Spanish/English weekly
 in the Ann Arbor/Ypsi, Adrian, Pontiac, & Monroe areas of Michigan
and the Findlay, Bowling Green, Akron, Youngstown, Columbus, Cincinnati, Painesville, & Fremont areas of Ohio. Call Rico at 313-729-4435 or 614-571-2051.


  

TARTA Job Fair

April 22, 2019

2pm - 7pm

NOW HIRING DRIVERS!

CDL & Non CDL

Full & Part Time

Great Benefits!

Competitive Wages!

PAID Training!

TARPS Facility

130 Knapp St, Toledo

For more information

call Nicole at 419-245-5224

or email careers@tarta.com

TARTA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
 


Early Head Start Health Coordinator

Lucas County Family Council

Lucas County Family Council is accepting applications to fill the Early Head Start Health Coordinator position. Application deadline is April 25, 2019 at 4:30 pm. Additional information regarding the duties is available on the Lucas County web site (www.co.lucas.oh.us).  Click on “Apply for a Job” and then select “Early Head Start Health Coordinator” from the list to read more or apply. 

 

An Equal Opportunity Employer


Financial Assistant – Job Announcement

Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc. (ABLE), a non-profit law firm that provides free, high quality legal assistance to people with low incomes in western Ohio, seeks a Financial Assistant to provide accounts payable and other financial activities for ABLE and its partner Legal Aid of Western Ohio, Inc. (LAWO).  The position will report to the Director of Finance and will be located in ABLE’s Toledo office.

The Financial Assistant will:

Process all accounts payable invoices received for ABLE and LAWO. Perform calculations and code all ABLE and LAWO invoices, check requisitions, travel and training payments/reimbursements, petty cash reimbursement, fund transfers, and client trust account documents.  Process all ABLE and LAWO employee related payments (i.e. pensions checks, garnishments, employee parking, donations, and other related reimbursements.)  Reconcile monthly credit card statement for ABLE and LAWO corporate accounts.  Other duties as requested by the Director of Finance.

Experience and Qualifications:

·         Minimum two (2) years of experience processing accounts payable preferred.

·         Strong attention to detail required.

·         Experience in data entry in computerized accounting system.

·         Proficiency with Microsoft Office Excel, Word and Outlook preferred.

·         Honest, dependable, competent, trustworthy, and have a commitment to legal services and the mission of ABLE and LAWO.

·         Demonstrate and maintain high standards of interpersonal communication, especially relating to effective telephone communication and effective written and oral communication.

·         Must be able to exercise sound judgment and initiative and adhere to the confidential nature of the firm and it practice.

·         Able to work independently on assigned projects.

·         Must fully understand the sensitive and confidential aspects of internal and external communication issues.

·         Possess excellent organizational skills and have the capacity to meet deadlines in a multi-function office environment.

Competitive salary based on relevant experience; and comprehensive fringe benefits. The deadline to apply is close of business on April 26, 2019.  Send a cover letter and resume electronically, in PDF or Word format, to:

jobs@ablelaw.org

Subject:  Financial Assistant

ABLE is an Equal Opportunity Employer and places a high value on diversity in our workplace, including diversity in race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, and physical ability. Applicants requiring accommodation for the interview/application process should contact the Recruitment Coordinator at the e-mail address listed above.

Applications will only be accepted by email.  Position will remain open until filled.


Buyer

 

Looking for a part time Buyer to research and negotiate with vendors and suppliers for the purchase of all supplies and equipment, and process contract payments.  Requires an Associate degree in Accounting, Finance or related area; or equivalent work experience (i.e., four (4) years of experience in Purchasing, Accounting, or Finance), and One (1) year of related purchasing experience (with required degree).  All candidates must submit by April 19, 2019 resume and cover letter along with an employment application, which is available at www.lucasdd.org. If in need of ADA accommodations, contact us directly at 419-380-4033.

EOE


US Foods is hiring Class A CDL Delivery Drivers!

Toledo, OH location

Mon – Fri, early morning until finished

Great pay and full benefits start on first day of hire!

Apply on-line at www.usfoods.com/jobs


With a commitment to improving the human condition, The University of Toledo and University Medical Center are seeking qualified candidates for multiple positions. 

The University of Toledo offers an excellent salary and benefit package, which includes the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System and State Teachers Retirement System for faculty with employer contribution, medical coverage, paid sick and vacation time, tuition waiver is available to UT employees and their eligible spouses and dependents and 10 paid holidays.

For a complete listing of our openings and desired qualifications or to apply, please proceed to our website at https://www.utoledo.edu/jobs/

We ask that applications and required documents be submitted electronically.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


Job Description

Great pay and SIGN ON BONUS!

Local family owned auto repair shop in Perrysburg is now hiring experienced Lead Automotive Technicians. Join our successful team and enjoy what our company has to offer! Being a part of our team means competitive pay, paid vacations and holidays, benefits, monthly incentives based on performance, and paid continuing education to help you move forward in your craft.

JOB DUTIES INCLUDE:

·         Addressing customer's concerns regarding their vehicle

·         Inspect, Diagnose, and Repair customer vehicles and light trucks

·         Perform Quality Inspections and Repairs on vehicles in a timely manner

·         Perform Vehicle Routine Maintenance

·         Maintain a Safe and Clean Work environment

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:

·         Minimum of 3+ years of professional automotive repair service

·         Valid Driver's License

·         Additional training and certifications are a plus

Generous Compensation is based on experience.

About Us:
We are a successful family owned and operated auto repair facility. Our shop has been proudly servicing our area for 10 years. We offer quality and honest service to our customers. Our team of experienced and motivated technicians help us deliver the best service possible. In return, we offer our employees a safe and professional work environment along with competitive compensation and benefits package.

FAX RESUME TO 419-931-1902 or email stevesfamilyauto@gmail.com

Job Type: Full-time

Salary: $20.00 to $30.00 /hour


Positions Available:

Bilingual Outreach Workers (Toledo)

Each year more than 30,000 agricultural workers and family members work in Ohio. They work in many hand-harvest crops, including cucumbers, tomatoes, lettuces, onions, radishes, and peppers. They also work in various packing sheds, grading stations, and food processing plants.

 

Advocates for Basic Legal Equality, Inc. (ABLE), a non-profit law firm, is hiring two Outreach Workers to assist the attorneys and staff in its Toledo office to extend legal services to these workers and their families throughout Ohio.  Click on the following link for details of the position and how to apply:  www.ablelaw.org

ABLE is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 


Client Services Specialist

Lucas County

 

 Lucas County Planning & Development Agency is accepting applications to fill the position of Client Services Specialist until filled.  Additional information regarding the duties is available on the Lucas County web site (www.co.lucas.oh.us).  Click on “Apply for a Job” and then select “Client Services Specialist” from the list to read more or apply. 

 

An Equal Opportunity Employer


Owens Community College seeks candidates for the following positions:

Applicant Pool for Aspire Instructor (Grant-Funded)

Applicant Pool for Aspire Classroom Specialist (Grant-Funded)

Applicant Pool for Aspire ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) Instructor (Grant-Funded)

Owens Community College invites you to learn more about these exciting job opportunities at https://jobs.owens.edu

Become part of our inclusive culture that embraces and celebrates diversity.

AA/EOE


Máximo reembolso de IMPUESTOS!!!!

 

Aseguramos maximizar cada crédito y deducción para que tengas el mejor resultado al final de tu declaración de impuestos.

Enviar texto o WhatsApp (419) 902-6954.


KFC RESTAURANT MANAGER (BI-LINGUAL) – CLEVELAND  Image result for kfc logo

Mitra QSR is one of the largest KFC Franchisees in the Country; we are a leading organization in the Restaurant Industry, consistently offering the best products and services to our Customers.  We offer a Culture where people want to work and grow along with the Organization!                             

We are looking for an Experienced Bi-Lingual Restaurant Manager to run one of our $2 million Restaurants in the Cleveland Area.  Competitive Base Salary $42 - $55 based on experience.  Bonus Opportunity, Great Benefits, Growth Opportunity and More!                                                             

For more information please visit our website: Mitraqsr.com or contact Robin Kraska, Recruiter at: 410-866-6887 you may also email your résumé to robin.kraska@mitraqsr.com

 


GROUNDS MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT

 

Metroparks Toledo has a great opportunity for you to join our team!  We currently have openings for seasonal maintenance staff.  If you are going to work, why not do it in the beautiful outdoors. Must be 18 or older with high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license. Graduating high school seniors may apply if 18 years of age or older. $9.00/hr. Duties include cleaning and facility and grounds maintenance. Employment varies through December based on need. Must enjoy working outdoors and be able to learn to use power tools and equipment. Go to www.MetroparksToledo.com<http://www.MetroparksToledo.com> to view the job description, position requirements and apply online. EOE

 


NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION ASSISTANT

 

Metroparks Toledo has openings for seasonal Natural Resources Conservation Assistants. Must be 18 or older with high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license. $11.00/hr. Some training or coursework in environmental sciences or natural resources management preferred. Some outdoor work experience with natural systems, forestry or horticulture preferred. Go to www.MetroparksToledo.com<http://www.MetroparksToledo.com> to view detailed position description and job requirements. Must apply online. EOE

 


LEAD NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION ASSISTANT

 

Metroparks Toledo has openings for Lead Natural Resources Conservation Assistant. Must be 18 or older with high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license. $12.25/hr. Up to 40 hours per week. Some training or coursework in environmental sciences or natural resources management required. Some outdoor work experience with natural systems, forestry or horticulture required. Go to www.MetroparksToledo.com<http://www.MetroparksToledo.com> to view detailed position descriptions and job requirements. Must apply online. EOE

     


Press Person Needed for Established Cleaners

We need press person; experienced preferred but not necessary. Village 1 Hr. Cleaners, 576 W. Dussel Dr., Maumee OH 43537. Call 419-891-0106 and ask for Sharon.


North Branch Nursery, Inc. in Pemberville, OH has Landscape open positions

 

Landscape Crew Foreman

This position will work 40+ hours per week on a variety of hardscape and landscape projects, manage one to two other crew members, and communicate with the designer and client.

Requirements: Previous experience in landscape installation and maintenance, valid driver license, strong work ethic, ability to work well with others; work outdoors in all weather conditions.

 

 

Landscape Crew Member

This position will work 40+ hours per week on a variety of hardscape and landscape projects. Training will be provided to teach you the skills needed for the landscape and horticultural industry. 

Requirements: Reliable transportation, strong work ethic, ability to learn new tasks; work outdoors in all weather conditions.

 

Please stop in to our garden center during business hours for an application or go to our website for a printable application form:

http://northbranchnursery.com

Applications may be dropped off to the garden center during business hours, faxed to Kelly Gonzales at 419-287-4161 or mailed to:

Kelly Gonzales

Financial and Human Resource Manager

North Branch Nursery, Inc.

3359 Kesson Rd.

PO Box 353

Pemberville, OH  43450

 

Competitive Pay and Benefits including health insurance, 401K plan, vacation and holiday pay.

 


GROUNDS MAINTENANCE ASSISTANT

Metroparks Toledo has a great opportunity for you to join our team!  We currently have openings for seasonal maintenance staff.  If you are going to work, why not do it in the beautiful outdoors. Must be 18 or older with high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license. Graduating high school seniors may apply if 18 years of age or older. $9.00/hr. Duties include cleaning and facility and grounds maintenance. Employment varies through December based on need. Must enjoy working outdoors and be able to learn to use power tools and equipment. Go to www.MetroparksToledo.com<http://www.MetroparksToledo.com> to view the job description, position requirements and apply online. EOE


NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION ASSISTANT

Metroparks Toledo has openings for seasonal Natural Resources Conservation Assistants. Must be 18 or older with high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license. $11.00/hr. Some training or coursework in environmental sciences or natural resources management preferred. Some outdoor work experience with natural systems, forestry or horticulture preferred. Go to www.MetroparksToledo.com<http://www.MetroparksToledo.com> to view detailed position description and job requirements. Must apply online. EOE


LEAD NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION ASSISTANT

 Metroparks Toledo has openings for Lead Natural Resources Conservation Assistant. Must be 18 or older with high school diploma or equivalent and valid driver's license. $12.25/hr. Up to 40 hours per week. Some training or coursework in environmental sciences or natural resources management required. Some outdoor work experience with natural systems, forestry or horticulture required. Go to www.MetroparksToledo.com<http://www.MetroparksToledo.com> to view detailed position descriptions and job requirements. Must apply online. EOE
 


Local Steel hauler position with super health benefits and sign-on bonus

Local Steel hauler position with health benefits. Class A CDL. Starting pay is $1,250.00 weekly.  Home every day. No road No weekends No major holidays. Weekly pay direct deposit available. $1,000.00 sign on bonus. Driver monthly attendance bonuses. Pay raise after 90 days. Driver must have 2 years verifiable experience and have a clean driving record. Driver must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screen and physical. Immediate hire. Call Kenn @ 419-509-2904.



Drivers: Home Daily!
No Touch Freight. All round trip.
Up to $275-$300/day.
Great inexpensive benefits!
CDL-A req.
855-979-4510
 


MANUAL DE INGLES

TODOS LOS DIAS

Vocabulario, Expresiones, Gramatica

$7.95 + $1.00 envio a 

Bruce Franz

c/o 2910 Berry Lane Ct

Columbus Ohio 43231


Drivers: Home Daily!
No Touch Freight. All round trip.
Up to $300/day.
Great inexpensive benefits!
CDL-A req.
855-979-4510


 

 
REAL ESTATE

 

MICHAELMAS MANOR

3260 Schneider Road

Accepting applications for

2 bedroom MOBILITY IMPAIRED

Appliances furnished.

Utilities included in rent.  Rent based on annual income

Applications by Appointment

419-389-4615 on Tuesdays & Thursdays

Equal Housing Opportunity


 

GEORGE MANCE COMMONS

2050 Warren Street

A Housing Community for the Physically Disabled.

Accepting Applications for

Two and Three Bedroom Apts.

Appliances Furnished

Utilities included in rent. Rent Based on Income

Please Call 419-246-4740.


 

South Toledo Homes

(ofc) 817 Michigan, Toledo ohio

Accepting Applications for 4 BED

Rent Based on Income

Applications by Appointment

419-246-0832

Equal Housing Opportunity

 

VISTULA HERITAGE VILLAGE II

817 Michigan Street

Is currently accepting applications for

1, 2, 3 and 4 Bedroom Apartments

Appliances & Utilities included

Rent Based on Income

Applications by Appointment Only

419-246-0832

Equal Housing Opportunity

 

MOODY MANOR APARTMENTS

2293 ½ Kent St.

Accepting Applications For

2, 3 & 4 Bedroom Apartments

Appliances & Utilities included

Rent Based on Income

Applications by Appt. on Feb 22 & March 1

From  9am – 11 am and 1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Bring ID, SS Card, Birth Cert.

419-241-6985

Equal Housing Opportunity

 


Alpha Towers – Section 8 waiting list is open for anyone 62 and older! 1 and 2 bedroom units are available!
525 E Woodruff Ave
Toledo, Ohio 43604
419-246-1258


St. Hedwig Apartments - Section 8 waiting list is open for anyone 55 and older! 1 and 2 bedroom units are available!2916 Lagrange Street
Toledo, Ohio 43608
419-481-9016

Fully renovated beautiful living in Toledo’s historic Polish Village. 

 


For Rent

The R. H Myers Apartments

A senior living community in Beachwood. We offer amentites & supportive services to promote an independent lifestyle.

Section 8 Welcome

Call Deanna Snider

 (216) 831-6515 Ext.176

27200 Cedar Road

Beachwood, OH

TTY 1-800-750-0750


ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING AFFORDABLE HOUSING WAITING LISTS

 

All rent is based on income

A Qualifying physical or developmental disability required for the following:

 

Accessible Country Trails I and II

One (1) and Two (2) bedroom accessible units

 

Brookview Gardens

One (1) and Two (2) bedroom units

 

Ottawa River Estates

One (1) bedroom units

 

Woodside Village Apartments

One (1) bedroom units

 




NORTHGATE APARTMENTS

610 STICKNEY AVENUE

Now Accepting Applications for 1 and 2 Bedroom Apartments.

Senior Community for Persons 55 and Older.

Rent Based on Income.

Activity and Service Coordinators on site.

Heat, Appliances, Drapes and Carpeting Included.

Call (419) 729-7118 for details.

EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY/

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

 



 

NOTICES

 

Invitation for Bids

Lead Based Paint Inspection, Testing & Reporting Services

IFB19-B013 LBP Inspection Services for AMP 121

IFB19-B014 LBP Inspection Services for AMP 112 & 133

IFB19-B015 LBP Inspection Services for AMP 122

Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority (LMHA) will receive sealed bids for Lead Based Paint Inspection, Testing and Reporting Services for AMPs.  Received in accordance with law until April 23, 2019, 3:00 PM ET. see documents: www.lucasmha.org; 201 Belmont Ave., Toledo, OH 43604; or 419-259-9446 (TRS: Dial 711).  Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity requirements (Executive Order #11246). This contract opportunity is a Section 3 Covered Contract and any Section 3 Business Concerns are encouraged to apply.

 


Libbey High Class of 1969 Seeks Classmates and Teachers

The Libbey High School Class of 1969 will be holding their 50th year class reunion on June 28 / 29. We are seeking classmates and teachers who may be interested in attending. Please email us at libbeyclassof1969@gmail.com or call Mike Masiker 419 441 2815 for details.


PUBLIC NOTICE

Lucas County has FY2017 and FY2018 Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) funds available for local community projects to support local initiatives, technical assistance, training, personnel, equipment and supplies in one of the following Program Purpose Areas:

 

A: Law Enforcement Programs

B: Crime Prevention Programs

C: Adult and Juvenile Corrections, Community Corrections and Reentry Programs

D: Courts, Defense, Prosecution and Victim Service Programs

E: Cross-Agency and Cross-System Collaboration, Training and Research Programs

 

Lucas County also has FY2018 Title II Formula Grant funds available for local community projects to support direct services aimed at reducing the disproportionate number of juvenile members of minority groups that encounter the juvenile justice system.

 

The Request for Proposals (RFP) and application documents are available at https://lucascountycjcc.org.


CUYAHOGA COMMUNITY COLLEGE

CAPITAL AND CONSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT

 

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS

ON-CALL PROJECT DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT SERVICES (PDSS)

COLLEGE-WIDE

PROJECT NUMBER C20191134

 

BACKGROUND
 

College Mission … “to provide high quality, accessible and affordable educational opportunities, and services”

 

Cuyahoga Community College was opened in 1963 as Ohio’s first community college and has since been providing high quality, accessible and affordable educational services.  It serves more than 60,000 credit and non-credit students each year at four campuses, two Corporate College locations, other off-campus sites and distance learning options.  The College is accredited by the Higher Education Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.  For over 50 years Tri-C has provided its services to more than 900,000 members of our community.  Historically, more than 85% of Tri-C’s students continue to live and work in Northeast Ohio.

 

Cuyahoga Community College consists of a total of 11 locations, approximately 50 buildings and more than 3,200,000 square feet of space.  There are 4 main campuses (the Eastern Campus, the Metropolitan Campus, the Western Campus and the Westshore Campus) and the Brunswick University Center in Brunswick, Ohio.  There are also two corporate colleges: Corporate College West located in Westlake, Ohio; and Corporate College East located in Warrensville Heights, Ohio.  Tri-C also has its District Office Building, used primarily for administrative functions located on Carnegie Avenue directly across from Progressive Field, and the Jerry Sue Thornton Center on E. 22nd St. which houses Tri-C’s Human Resources, ITS and Integrated Communications functions. 

 

The College completed the documentation of its current Facility Master Plan in May of 2008.  Estimates of the Master Plan led to a program in excess of $300,000,000.  Phase I projects have been completed and Phase II projects of the Master Plan are in process between 2018 – 2021.

 

Cuyahoga Community College has in the past retained services of Architects, Engineers and Construction Managers (as Agent) for projects. Program and Equipment/FFE Management Services have also been provided on select projects.  The provider of these PDSS services may work in conjunction with other Consultants under the direction of the College’s Office of Capital & Construction.

 

This PDSS contract duration will be two (2) years beginning on July 1, 2019 and terminating on June 30, 2021 and it is anticipated that fees associated with these services for each selected firm will be less than $200,000.  Potential projects for which these services will be provided are currently undefined, but they will likely range in scope from small renovations and internal moves to larger additions & renovations and could also include standalone site and/or building systems improvements.  Because of the potential diversity of these project types and scopes, we encourage architectural firms, interior design firms, engineering firms, environmental service firms, AV services, signage consultation/design/estimating firms, building integration services, fire alarm and suppression design/integration and owners representative services,  intrusion/access control and surveillance systems services, door and hardware services and construction management firms to submit qualifications in order to afford Tri-C the best possible choice in terms of range of on-call providers/services from whom to choose.

 

The College reserves the right to award these services to multiple companies.  Proposers for these services should understand that providing these PDSS services may exempt them from eligibility to provide Architectural, Engineering, Interior Design, Construction Management, Construction, and other professional services to Tri-C for future individual projects if there is a conflict of interest.  Tri-C will evaluate on a project by project basis for conflicts of interest.

 

SCOPE OF SERVICES

 

Services could include but may not be limited to the following general service as directed by Tri-C:

 

ALL PHASES OF A PROJECT (GENERAL SERVICES)

 


 

1.     Attendance at and documentation of meetings

 

2.     Cost estimating and generating project budgets in a specific format prescribed by Tri-C.  Project budgets will include construction costs, FF&E costs, professional services fees, contingencies and Owner Direct Costs such as environmental and testing & inspection services, permitting costs, advertising & printing, etc.

 

3.     Generating project schedules, including pre-design, design, bidding/award, construction, and closeout activities and phasing

 

 

4.     Project reporting on a monthly basis or weekly basis (depending on project size)

 

 

5.     Assistance in evaluation of existing sites, buildings and/or building systems, including those currently owned or leased by Tri-C as well as possible new property acquisitions or leases

 

6.     Coordination of LEED certification and Sustainability activities

 

7.     Assistance in communication of construction activities to Campus Leadership, including quarterly update meetings with Campus Presidents and Executive Vice Presidents

 

In addition to these general services, the following phase-specific services may also be required:

 

PROJECT INITIATION PHASE

 

Development of an initial Project Work Plan which defines the scope, budget, schedule, and funding parameters.  This will require conceptual estimating skills, since little documentation is available at this early stage of the project

 

ACQUISITION PHASE

 


 

1.     Assistance to Tri-C in the preparation of Requests for Qualifications for professional services including but not limited to A/E, Construction Management, Testing & Inspection and Commissioning Services

 

2.     Assistance to Tri-C in the review of responses and the selection of these consultants

 

DESIGN PHASE

 


 

All normal services (including but not limited to Civil Engineering, Landscape Architecture, Architecture, MEP Engineering, Communications Engineering and Technology Engineering) associated with Programming/Program Verification, Conceptual Design, Schematic Design, Design Development and Construction Documents, as well as:

 

a. Review of Design Submittals for compliance with program requirements, interdisciplinary coordination, completeness & correctness and constructability

 

b. Participation in Value Engineering efforts to ensure project budget compliance

 

c. Review and recommendations regarding bid package contracting strategies

 

d. Review and recommendations regarding bid package Scopes of Work

 

BID & AWARD PHASE

 


 

1.     Review and analysis of Bids

 

2.     Participation in Scope Reviews to confirm completeness of bids and qualifications of bidders

 

3.     Preparation and submittal of Recommendation of Award letters to Tri-C

 

CONSTRUCTION/IMPLEMENTATION

 

1.     Assistance in administration and management of construction and/or furniture and equipment installations in compliance with applicable contract documents

 

2.     Review and recommendations regarding requested Change Orders

 

3.     Assistance in Claims Management

 

4.     Assistance in Prevailing Wage tracking & management

 

5.     Assistance in Diversity participation & reporting

 

6.     Assistance with audit services on certain projects.

 

7.     Assistance with coordination of other Campus Construction Activities

 

8.     Assistance with receipt, inventorying, placement and installation of furniture and equipment

 

9.     Assistance with Move Management

 

10.   Assistance with Art Consulting services.

 

11.   Assistance in expediting Punch List and Project Closeout activities

 

12.   Assistance in Commissioning activities.

 

13.   Assistance with Delivery method training and facilitation services at all stages.

 

OTHER SERVICES / REQUIREMENTS

 


 

1.     Provide information for and participate in presentations by Tri-C to College Leadership and other groups

 

2.     Maintain a Cost History Library for Tri-C’s current and previous projects

 

3.     Provide Cash Flow Projections documenting projected and actual costs to complete all phases of a project

 

4.     Tri-C is fully committed to inclusion and diversity participation opportunities for local firms.  The College’s contract expectations are 15% (MBE, DBE, and SBE), 5% FBE, and 3% Veteran-Owned Businesses.  In your response to this RFQ, please submit your specific plan for participation relative to these expectations.

 

SOQ CONTENT

 

1.     Cover Letter

A.     Providing an introduction to your firm and proposal

2.     Executive Summary

A.     Intended to provide a high level summary of the contents of the SOQ.

3.     Company Overview - Profile of your company addressing the following:

A.     Name of firm

B.     Address

C.     Telephone number

D.     Email address

E.     Main office location

F.     Regional office location

G.    Type of Business

H.     Workload vs. available resources analysis

I.      Name of person authorized to sign agreement

J.     Number of years in business

K.     Nature of discipline-specific services your firm has provided in the past 5 years

1.     Public Sector

2.     Private Sector

4.     Ownership, Organization and Financials

5.     Organizational Structure (provide a detailed Org Chart)

6.     Higher Education Experience (firm and staff)

7.     Key staff resumes

8.     Management approach and staff implementation plan.

9.     Team diversity (MBE/FBE/SBE/DBE/Veterans)

10.   QA/QC Plan

11.   Sustainability experience, including experience with the LEED certification process

12.   Sample reporting – program and project level

13.   References

14.   Why this firm?

 

SOQ SUBMISSION – GENERAL INFORMATION

 

Submit six (6) hard copies plus one (1) electronic copy of the submittal to:

 

                Cuyahoga Community College

                Supplier Managed Services Department

700 Carnegie Avenue

Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Attn: Robert Ruppe

 

Submittals shall be accompanied by a transmittal containing the following information:

1.     College Name

2.     Project / Program Name, Project Number

3.     Consultant Name

4.     Consultant Address

5.     Contact Person, Contact Person Phone number

6.     Description of content

7.     Indicate which disciplines or services your firm can provide.  Check the box in front of the following choices:

 

Check box if able to provide this service

Service description

 

Engineering Services

 

Architectural Services

 

Environmental Services

 

Abatement Services

 

Scheduling Services

 

Estimating Services

 

Construction Management Services

 

Project Management Services

 

Commissioning Services

 

Building Systems Control Integration Services

 

Signage Consultation, Estimating and Design Services

 

Audio/visual Consultation, Estimating and Design Services

 

Fire Alarm Design, Integration and Owner’s Rep. Services

 

Fire Suppression Design, Integration and Owner’s Rep. Services

 

Intrusion, Access Control and Surveillance Systems, Integration and Owner’s Rep. Services

 

Door/Hardware Specification, Integration and Owner’s Rep. Services

 

 

Submittals should be formatted using the F110-330 form.  Additional information can be attached as appendices to the 330.  Submittals are due on April 29th by 2:00 PM.  Late or incomplete proposals might not be considered for this contract.

 

Cuyahoga Community College

                Supplier Managed Services Department

700 Carnegie Avenue

Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Attn: Robert Ruppe

 

Decisions will be made based on the F110-330 form and content, there will not be any interviews.

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Plain Dealer:          April 2, 9, 16

Call & Post:            April 3

La Prensa:              April 5

 


 

 

 


 

 


 
 

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