Workforce Development Counselor

Buffalo Trace Area Development District, as administrative entity for the TENCO Workforce Development Board, is advertising for a full time Workforce Development Counselor.

This position will be located at the Kentucky Career Center in Maysville. Travel may be required to the ten counties served by the TENCO Workforce Development Board: Bath, Boyd, Bracken, Fleming, Greenup, Lewis, Mason, Montgomery, Robertson, and Rowan.

The Workforce Development Counselor is responsible for providing job readiness activities, assessing skills, completing program eligibility documents, providing career counseling, referring individuals to appropriate community resources, providing case management, and conducting follow-up services. The Workforce Development Counselor is also responsible for assisting with business services through the Kentucky Career Center.

The successful candidate must be able to manage and prioritize his/her time, and work simultaneously on a variety of activities. He/she must be a self-starter, and be comfortable working with individuals and groups. He/she will be responsible for the completion of legible, accurate, and timely documentation of services provided. Computer skills are a necessary component of this position. Download full job description HERE.

Educational Requirements:

Bachelor degree in Education, Counseling, Social Services, Human Resources or related field of study is preferred. Applicants with less than a Bachelor’s degree may be considered if there is a documented two to four years of experience with the Federal Workforce Investment Act/Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act or Trade Act where employment and/or training services were provided.

Application Deadline is February 10, 2017.

Interested individuals are to submit a cover letter, resume, and three references to:

Office of Employment and Training

Kentucky Career Center – Maysville

201 Government Street, Suite 100

Maysville, KY 41056

Attn: Workforce Development Director




The City of Maysville & the Mason County Fiscal Court are requesting bids from qualified firms for the provision of an APCO Project 25 (P25) 5 Site / 2 Channel simulcast radio communications system that will support critical communications for the City and County’s public safety departments and agencies. The proposed communications system shall provide enhanced two-way wireless communications capabilities to all users. The new system should be a nonproprietary system capable of operating and allowing communication between both digital and analog radio users. The system should be linear simulcast for improved coverage, spectral efficiency, and capacity.

All Bids shall be received at the Buffalo Trace Area Development District, 201 Government Suite 300, Maysville, Kentucky, until 2:00 pm EST, Wednesday, February 22, 2017; when bids will be opened, and read aloud publically. All bids shall be place in a sealed envelope, with the project name “Maysville Mason County P25 System Bid” and should be to the attention of Kristie Dodge, Community Development Director. Bidders name and address should be clearly labeled as well. If packages are mailed, please ensure delivery will be prior to deadline.

Bid documents can be reviewed and examined at the office of Buffalo Trace Area Development District, 201 Government Street Suite 300, Maysville, Kentucky, during normal business hours. Specifications can also be viewed and downloaded free of charge HERE, or City of Maysville website (

All Bidders must comply with all Federal, State, City, and County Equal Employment Opportunity laws and regulations which prohibit discrimination in employment regarding race, creed, color, sex, or national origin.

The City of Maysville and Mason County Fiscal Court reserves the right to reject any or all Bids, to waive any technicality, and to accept any bid which it deems advantageous. All Bids shall remain subject to acceptance for ninety (90) days after the time set for opening bids. Contract award will be made in the best interests of the Sub-recipients. The City of Maysville and the Mason County Fiscal Court are “Equal Opportunity Employers,” and encourage Minority Owned Businesses to respond.