Northern Kentucky One-Stop Operator and Direct Service Provider RFP

The NKWIB is seeking proposals for organizations to perform the following two elements of workforce service delivery through the Northern Kentucky Career Center system with 4 locations servicing the 8 counties of Boone Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, Owen, and Pendleton. These elements are defined below:

  • Serve as the One-Stop Operator for Northern Kentucky’s Career Center network in all of the 8 counties listed above, including coordinating the services of one-stop network partners at any full-service career center(s), affiliate career center(s), or other service outlet(s) in those counties.
  • Deliver Direct Workforce Services to job-seeking clients and employers through the full-service career center(s), affiliate career center(s), or other service outlet(s) associated with Northern  Kentucky’s Career Center network in all of the 8 counties listed above

Northern Kentucky One-Stop Operator and Direct Service Provider RFP

Questions/Answers - Updated 5/10/2017

2017 NKY Senior Games celebrates 35 years of fun

Celebrate 35 years of fun! The Northern Kentucky Senior Games provides fun and activities for seniors aged 50 and older.

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Seniors from throughout Northern Kentucky will compete at archery, bowling, cornhole, golf, cup stacking, horseshoes, pickle ball, softball hitting, tennis and many other games at some of the region's best recreational locations, including Florence's World of Golf, the Golf Courses of Kenton County, Fort Thomas Tower Park, Walt's Center Lanes in Newport, Five Seasons Sports Country Club in Crestview Hills and Boone Woods Park. 

The Games kick off with hours of activities, a torch lighting and luncheon on Monday, May 8, at Fort Thomas Tower Park, and continue with twelve additional dates of friendly competitive fun, including a cookout, awards and a schedule of events at Boone Woods Park on Friday, May 12. Senior Games activities continue through Wednesday, June 7.

The base entry for participation is $10, with an additional $7 charge for bowling and a $10 additional charge for seniors who do not live within NKADD's eight counties (Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant, Kenton, Owen and Pendleton counties). Entries mailed after May 1 also add $10 for late registration. Golfers have an extra on-site fee for golf carts.

Sponsors include the Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services/NKY Area Agency on Aging and Independent Living, Interim Healthcare, Barrington and Highlandspring of Fort Thomas, St. Elizabeth Healthcare - PrimeWise, Humana, Chick-fil-A, ClearCaptions, Baptist Life Communities, Marian Sizemore of State Farm Insurance, Northern Kentucky Physical Medicine and Cash Express of Elsmere. 

For more information, call

Fort Thomas Recreation at 859-781-1700,

Boone County Parks at 859-334-2117,

Kenton County Parks at 859-525-7529

or the Northern Kentucky Area Development District at 859-283-1885.

 

Owen County Judge-Executive Casey Ellis receives Spirit of Public Health Award

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Owen County Judge-Executive Casey Ellis received the Henry Bertram Spirit of Public Health Award from Three Rivers Health Department, which serves Carroll, Gallatin, Owen and Pendleton counties.

Ellis was named as the award recipient in December, but was unable to collect the award until the Feb. 21st meeting.

“This award is named after Henry Bertram, who was the Judge-Executive in Pendleton County. He was such a dedicated public servant. This award is given to someone who, like Judge Bertram, is always looking to better the communities we serve,” said Georgia Heise, Three Rivers Health Department director.

Heise said, “Judge Ellis is so deserving of this Spirit of Public Health award. He’s always very enthusiastic about finding new ways to serve the people of Owen County, which is also the mission of the health department.”

Since taking office in 2015 Ellis has contributed to many public health projects, including planning for a Health & Emergency Services complex, developing a recreational trails plan, as well as his continued work to keep health providers in the region.

Administrative Assistant - City of Ludlow, KY

The City of Ludlow, KY (population 4,536) seeks a motivated, experienced professional to serve as an advanced level Administrative Assistant (Administrative Assistant II) (Full Time). Responsibilities include customer service and front desk service, website and social media management, clerical support to department heads, provides support to Administrative staff, and other necessary support and clerical duties as assigned. The successful candidate will possess excellent organizational, administrative, and oral and written communication skills, strong attention to detail, and the ability to work effectively with City Staff. Must possess a valid Driver’s License. High school diploma or GED required, Bachelor Degree preferred, three years of experience in administration, finance, local government, or a closely related field. Any combination of education and experience will be considered.

Salary Range $15-$18/hr. DOQ. Interested candidates please submit a cover letter, résumé, and three references to Ludlow City Administrator, Elishia Chamberlain, PO Box 16188, 51 Elm St., Ludlow, KY 41016 or email with subject line “Administrative Assistant—Job Search” to City Clerk Laurie Sparks (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) by Friday, March 10, 2017 at 2 p.m.  EEO.

Contact Information

Northern Kentucky Area Development District

22 Spiral Drive
Florence, KY 41042
P: 859.283.1885
F: 859.283.8178
TDD: 711
For general questions, please email info@nkadd.org

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