Should you find this message in your log files while running jobs with hibernate, e.g. CheckDaysSchedule, then you can ignore it. This is the normal behaviour and not an error.
The message is just telling you that the SessionFactory didn't bind to JNDI. There is nothing wrong with that, many applications don't use a JNDI-bound SessionFactory and this is not really relevant when using JobScheduler anyway. So just ignore this INFOrmational message.
Not binding factory to JNDI, no JNDI name configured