The Westminster College Department of Biology invites applications for a tenure-track position at the Assistant Professor level in Organismal Biology to begin fall, 2011. Teaching responsibilities will include, but are not limited to, introductory courses for majors, Biodiversity/ Conservation Biology, and Biostatistics and Experimental Design. In addition, the candidate will be expected to contribute to introductory biology courses for non-majors and to the College's Liberal Studies program. The successful candidate will exhibit versatility, dedication to quality teaching and advising in a liberal arts environment, teaching and research experience within at least one area of expertise listed above, and a strong commitment to research with undergraduates. An ability to contribute to the Environmental Science and/or Environmental Studies programs will also be taken into consideration.

Westminster College is a coeducational, national liberal arts institution with historical ties to the Presbyterian Church (USA). The College enrolls about 1,500 full-time students and employs approximately 105 full-time faculty. Located in rural western Pennsylvania, Westminster is within a short drive to both Pittsburgh and Cleveland. The Department of Biology possesses both excellent teaching and research facilities, including a modern science building together with 120 acres of outdoor resources adjacent to the main campus.

The department requests that applicants send a cover letter, unofficial academic transcripts, curriculum vita, and statements of teaching philosophy and research experience. Applicants should arrange to have three letters of recommendation sent separately. Evaluation of applications will begin October 22, 2010. Send materials to Dr. Joshua Corrette-Bennett, Chair, Department of Biology, Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA, 16172-0001. EOE




Experienced preferred but not required - Willing to train. Must be reliable, self-motivated, and hard working. Benefits available after 90 days. Send resume to P.O. Box 87,

Volant, PA 16156.

CDL-A Flatbed owner/operators

Under new management. Kevin’s Trucks. No company trucks to compete with. Local & regional operation. 2 yrs. experience. 78% of the gross plus 100% FSC. Benefits, Anthem BC/BS, fuel account, quick pay, com-check, plate program, IFTA reports. 330-509-0881 ask for Pam Sisic.


Current Opportunities

•CNC Machinist



•Manufacturing Labor

•Administrative Support


Please go to out

website for job details

or call 724-342-7844

Direct Care Workers

MCAR, Inc. is seeking applicants for part-time & on-call positions in Mercer County. Work involves teaching individuals with intellectual disabilities daily living skills in community group homes. Block & Shift scheduling, including evenings, weekends & overnights. Starting base wage-$10.33 per hour. Signing bonus.

Applicants must be 18 years old, have a high school diploma, a valid driver’s license, and acceptable background clearances including negative drug screen. Experience in related fields & transportation also required

Applications now being accepted at MCAR, Inc., 850 North Hermitage Road, Hermitage, PA 16148. E.O.E.


Residential Trash Drivers: Local

established routes

requiring repetitive heavy lifting. Full-time positions. Class B CDL required.

Competitive hourly rates. Full-time

positions offer

competitive benefit package. EOE

Apply in person at:

Tri-County Industries, 159 TCI Park Drive, Grove City, PA 16127.

Monday through Friday

From 8:30am - 5:00pm




Services Position

The Villas at St. Paul’s has a position available in our environmental services department. Responsibilities include general housekeeping and floor care. Candidates should be knowledgeable in operating cleaning equipment and stripping and waxing floors. St. Paul's offers a variety of benefits for full-time employees including a medical, dental and vision, pension benefits, life insurance, flexible spending account, paid vacation and sick time. Apply in person at The Villas at St. Paul's -339 E. Jamestown Road -Greenville, PA or online at ~EOE~

Grinder/Welder. Send resume: Stucki Company, P.O. Box 298, Farrell, PA 16121


for Mercer company.

Lifting to 75#.

Must be dependable.

Day Shift + OT

Long term $8.50




Kitchen Help

Tavern on the Square New Wilimington


Local area business seeking to fill the

following positions:

Van Driver , Clerical

Work and Habilitation Aide. 724-662-2238

Marcellus Shale - Frac Sand, Dry Bulk Tank Driver

• Two yrs. experience

• Clean MVR required

• Non-Haz.-

Tank Endorsement

• Haul within 300 mile


• Must be out 2-3 days

and nights

• $15.00 Hourly pay -

Lots of hours

• Get paid for most

waiting time

• Full Benefits after

90 days

* Call 724-667-0401 *

Massage therapist needed for a busy New Castle office.. Prefer certified, nationally certified or Ohio license. Reply to Box Reply to Box SH03619, c/o The Herald, Sharon, PA 16146

Repair person/welders

needed for local repair railcar facility. Must pass vertical welding test, only qualified persons need to apply. Apply in person at

201 Powers St.

New Castle PA 16102

Structural Plate Fitters, must be able to weld. Complete benefit package. Send reply to P.O. Box 607, W. Middlesex, PA 16159





Founded in 1852 and located in Western Pennsylvania, Westminster College is a private four-year institution related to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Nationally, the College is ranked as one of the highest liberal arts colleges in graduation rate performance and is also honored as one of "The Best 373 Colleges" and "Best in the Northeast" by The Princeton Review. In addition, the College is included in the "Great Schools, Great Prices" list in the U.S. News & World Report's 2011 Best Colleges Guide.

The Office of Institutional Advancement is responsible for the College's fundraising, communications and marketing, external relations, and special programming. It serves as the liaison between the College and its various constituents to generate support to advance Westminster's educational mission.

The College is seeking a Director of the Westminster Fund to join its successful team of advancement professionals.

The Director will be responsible for planning and directing The Westminster Fund, the College's annual giving program, for soliciting gifts from alumni, parents, friends, faculty and staff and other constituents in order to increase participation and support for student scholarships and academic programs.

Requirements include a bachelor's degree, familiarity with Westminster College and/or higher education, and two to four years of demonstrated effective fundraising experience. The ideal candidate will be a motivated team player with excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communication skills, bringing enthusiasm, commitment and energy to this exciting advancement opportunity. Travel is required.

Interested individuals may apply by sending a cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information for at least three professional references by no later than October 15, 2010 to:

Director of Human


Westminster College

319 S. Market Street

Old Main 203

New Wilmington, PA 16172 EOE

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