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Submission Date
05/19/2015
Job Title
Engineer Tech
Business Name
SPI Blow Molding LLC
Business Purpose
Plastic Manufacture
Job Category
Engineering
Job Description
SPI Blow Molding is a small custom manufacture of plastic parts. We are now hiring an engineering assistant starting at $13.00 plus depending on experience and qualifications. The job entails quoting, material sourcing, up keep of engineering documents, supporting the quality department and overseeing new projects. The candidate should possess both strong written and verbal communication skills. Other desired qualifications: strong math background, mechanical aptitude and Solid works experience.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Fax Resume,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
06/19/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
13.00 +
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Nick Kraus
Title
Engineer
Street Address 1
3930 Bessemer Rd
Street Address 2
City
coloma
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49038
Main Phone
269-849-3200
Main Fax
269-849-1044
Website Address
WWW.moldedparts.com
Submission Date
05/18/2015
Job Title
Associate Vice President - Human Resources
Business Name
Mott Community College
Business Purpose
Community College
Job Category
Human Resources/Employment Services/Recruiting
Job Description
The Associate Vice President is responsible to lead, direct and provide strategic direction for all human resource functions and operations. The operations encompass labor strategy, negotiations and contract administration; disputes case management and resolution; talent acquisition and management; performance consultation; benefits administration; compensation and classification system; retention practices; and policy, procedure development and implementation. The Associate VP will serve as the College's representative responsible for enhancing the performance and success of employees. This charge will require concentrated efforts to create and deliver talent management solutions which embrace and address the Mott Community College Commitment for Employee Success. Reporting to the President, this position is the College's senior human resource manager and serves on the senior management team. A significant portion of this position's time and work efforts are focused on labor relations with the College's six bargaining units. The College employs approximately 450 regular full time employees and 300 part time faculty. The employee disputes/employment litigation and performance problems is a case load of approximately 20 active matters and 50 new cases yearly. Supervisory Responsibilities: The Associate Vice President provides leadership to a department of eight full time regular employees. The Associate VP directly supervises five employees (Talent Acquisition Manager, Supervisor - HR (2), Productivity Improvement & HRIS Specialist, and Executive Assistant). The supervisory/management employees are working supervisors.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
06/15/2015
Minimum Education
Masters Degree Required
Years of Experience
More than 5 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Requirements: 1. Master’s degree in human resources or related field. 2. Five (5) years of progressive leadership experience in human resources. Demonstrated success working in two or more functional areas of HR in a complex organization. Areas might include employment, compensation, talent management and development, organizational planning, labor relations, etc. 3. Labor relations experience encompassing significant exposure to bargaining, grievance process, contract administration, and dispute resolution. 4. Proven experience in the design, implementation, management and review of HR functions. Work history which demonstrates personal initiative in, and ownership of, assigned areas of responsibility as well as the proactive implementation of change. 5. Demonstrated understanding, knowledge and ability to interpret HR policies, procedures and employment laws. 6. Knowledge of HRIS/HRMS systems and database applications. Ability to use standard office productivity software and tools. 7. Appreciation for and support of the mission and culture of the college. Commitment and/or experience promoting and fostering an environment that is supportive of individuals from diverse cultures and backgrounds. 8. Demonstrated work history of providing high quality, strong customer-oriented services including: problem solving orientation; strong listening and communication skills; coordination of work effort with others and teamwork; history of coordinated work effort with extensive follow-through and follow-up; experience identifying customer needs; conflict resolution; ability to put customer before self; and creation of user friendly communications. 9. Strong analytical, problem solving, logic and research and documentation skills; Ability to efficiently organize and manage large amounts of information; attention to detail; well organized. 10. Ability to work successfully in a high stress environment, handling multiple tasks and projects simultaneously. Demonstrated history of on-time delivery of projects; project coordination; and anticipation of issues. 11. Ability and willingness to perform both managerial and professional/technical/administrative tasks.
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
111,737
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Kristi Dawley
Title
Human Resources Supervisor
Street Address 1
1401 E. Court St
Street Address 2
City
Flint
State
Michigan
Zip Code
48503
Main Phone
810-762-0200
Main Fax
810-762-0595
Website Address
Submission Date
05/18/2015
Job Title
Dining Room Attendant (FT/PT/Temporary)
Business Name
University of Notre Dame
Business Purpose
Fill job openings
Job Category
Hospitality/Restaurant Management
Job Description
Job Title Dining Room Attendant (Multiple positions: Full-time, Part-time, and Temporary). Job Description: Provide service to restaurant guests-assist servers with prompt and courteous service to guest by replenishing water and condiments, carrying trays, and removing used dishware. Clear tables of dishes, glassware and silver, stacking them as instructed, and move them to the dishwashing area for cleaning. Adhere to established Morris Inn recycling practices as well as exercising caution when handling china, glassware and silver. Stocking supplies, preparing restaurant, and removing dishware – stock work stations before, during and after meal periods with needed linens, china, water goblets, and pitchers. Assist with room service – Assist kitchen cashier in preparation and delivery of room service trays to guests of hotel, and accept payment when indicated. Occasionally assist with delivery of miscellaneous items to guest rooms. General – Occasionally assist with baggage handling for guests checking in and out of hotel. Report on time at beginning of work shift in complete designated uniform. Morris Inn is the region’s only Four Diamond hotel. Minimum Qualifications: Must be able to perform duties and interact with guests in a courteous and professional manner, maintaining AAA Four Diamond service standards. Department Morris Inn (55015); Department Website morrisinn.nd.edu; Family / Sub-Family Hotel / Restaurant & Dining Services; Department Hiring Pay Range $7.65/Hour; Pay ID Bi-Weekly; FLSA Status T1 - Non-exempt Temp/On-call Hourly; Schedule: Days of Week & Hours: Variable including nights, weekends and holidays; Schedule: Hours/Week: Posting Detail Information: Job Posting Date (Campus) 05/13/2015; Job Posting Date (Public) 05/13/2015; Job Closing Date 05/27/2015; Posting Type Open To All Applicants; Posting Number S15342; Quick Link for Internal Postings http://jobs.nd.edu:80/postings/2134.
Job Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
15-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
06/08/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
Additional Qualifications
How to Apply: Apply online with us by going to http://jobs.nd.edu; click on: employment, search jobs, and look up job by title. You will need to create an account before applying to the position.
Hourly Wage-Range
7.65/hour
Annual Salary-Range
N/A
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Office of Human Resource
Title
Human Resources
Street Address 1
University of Notre Dame
Street Address 2
Morris Inn
City
Notre Dame
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46556
Main Phone
574-631-5900
Main Fax
N/A
Website Address
Submission Date
05/18/2015
Job Title
In Room Dining Server
Business Name
University of Notre Dame
Business Purpose
Fill job openings
Job Category
Hospitality/Restaurant Management
Job Description
Job Title In Room Dining Server (Multiple Positions: Full-time, Part-time, Temporary): Job Description: Work environment that is warm and friendly by being responsive to the changing needs and desires of internal and external customers. Responsible for performing all tasks relating to prep, set-up, delivery, and presentation of food and services to various hotel and conference center locations. Specific responsibilities include: Work with Food & Beverage (F&B) team to deliver the highest standards possible of guest service while ensuring quick efficient delivery of food and beverage items along with all accompaniments associated with the guest order to the designated locations on hotel property. Set up, deliver, and presentation of all food and beverage orders in accordance with established guidelines, procedures and policies as prescribed by company standards; Conduct floor sweeps and retrieve all food and beverage trays and carts in order to maintain established sanitation and safety guidelines. Set up, delivery, and presentation of VIP amenities in accordance with established procedures and standards. Service all hospitality suites and hospitality areas when assigned, including hotel lobby, outside terrace, and conference center. Communicate in a professional manner utilizing the hotel phone, pager and radio as necessary to professionally receive, and communicate with other employees; Complete all shift side work as outlined in the F&B Outlet operating policies and procedures, or as assigned by supervisor or manager. Maintain cleanliness, organization and prep of Room Service areas including product and equipment. Respond to customer needs, issues, comments and problems to ensure a quality experience and enhance future sales. Report all communication to immediate shift supervisor. Perform all cash handling responsibilities in accordance with company policies and procedures. Perform all Server Banking procedures according to policies and procedures, including tendering payments properly in POS system, and the organization and delivery of paperwork; Aid guests by providing additional information about the Hotel, conference center, directions and locations of other areas. (If necessary walk/escort them to the hotel destination). Communicate with supervisors and other team members regularly. Follow all university and Morris Inn Safety and Security procedures. Immediately report any accidents, injuries, or unsafe work conditions. Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma/GED is required. Hotel experience preferred. Must have ability to communicate well with guests, grasp, bend, lift and/or carry, or otherwise, move or push goods on a cart weighing a maximum of 75 lbs., at a continuous schedule and ability to transport large trays weighing up to 30lbs. Candidates must have or be able to acquire and maintain a valid alcohol service permit as required by state government agency. Must be able to work a flexible schedule, including weekends, holidays, and Home Notre Dame Football games. Department Morris Inn (55015); Department Website morrisinn.nd.edu; Family / Sub-Family Hotel / Restaurant & Dining Services; Department Hiring Pay Range $7.65/Hour; Pay ID Bi-Weekly; FLSA Status T1 - Non-exempt Temp/On-call Hourly; Schedule: Days of Week & Hours: Varies, Weekdays, Weekends, Holidays; Schedule: Hours/Week 40; Schedule: # of months 12; Posting Detail Information: Job Posting Date (Campus) 05/13/2015; Job Posting Date (Public) 05/13/2015; Job Closing Date 05/27/2015; Posting Type Open To All Applicants; Posting Number S15344; Quick Link for Internal Postings http://jobs.nd.edu:80/postings/2136
Job Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
15-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
06/08/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
Additional Qualifications
How to apply: Apply online with us by going to http://jobs.nd.edu; click on: employment, search jobs, and look up job by title. You will need to create an account before applying to the position.
Hourly Wage-Range
7.65/hour
Annual Salary-Range
N/A
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Office of Human Resource
Title
Human Resources
Street Address 1
University of Notre Dame
Street Address 2
Morris Inn
City
Notre Dame
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46556
Main Phone
574-631-5900
Main Fax
N/A
Website Address
Morrisinn.nd.edu
Submission Date
05/18/2015
Job Title
Server (FT/PT/Temp.) At the Morris Inn
Business Name
University of Notre Dame
Business Purpose
Fill job openings
Job Category
Hospitality/Restaurant Management
Job Description
Server (Multiple Positions: Full-Time, Part-Time, Temporary) Job Description: To serve Sorin’s dining room, Rohr’s pub and the outdoor terrace guests promptly with Four Diamond standards of hospitality, efficiency, and courtesy. Serving the guest – Provide prompt, efficient, competent, and courteous service to the guests in his/her station in the dining room. Understand and be able to present accurately to guests menu content, preparation techniques, and basic ingredients. Present check when service is completed and table has been cleared, and follow up to assure check is signed in a legible manner and all necessary information is included. Ascertain guest satisfaction and report any problems to the host/hostess or Assistant F&B Manager. Picking up food and beverages – Enter orders in computer, prep plates, garnish plates and/or drinks, adding proper side garnishes. Sidework – Fold napkins, refill condiments, clean kitchen area, and replenish servettes. Ensure that individual tables in each station are properly set before and after each meal period. Interdepartmental cooperation – Communicate in a professional manner and work cooperatively with all kitchen personnel, service bartenders, and kitchen cashiers. General – Remain in the dining room or pub at all times when guests are present. Report for duty at the beginning of work shift in the designated uniform. Abide by designated grooming/service standards. The Morris Inn is the region’s only Four Diamond property. Our guests will have the highest expectations of service, and we will deliver. Multiple positions including full time, part time, and temporary Dinner Servers, Breakfast/Lunch Servers and In-Room Dining Servers are needed. Minimum Qualifications: High School diploma or GED and minimum one year serving experience is required. Minimum qualifications include: Good hospitality and organizational skills; Knowledge and understanding of technology; Bartender permit; Ability to complete the Inn’s mandatory departmental hospitality training and skills development program, and achieve certification; Comply with re-certification requirements each five years thereafter. Department Morris Inn (55015); Department Website morrisinn.nd.edu; Family / Sub-Family Hotel / Restaurant & Dining Services; Department Hiring Pay Range $3.00 + tips; Pay ID Bi-Weekly; FLSA Status T1 - Non-exempt Temp/On-call Hourly; Schedule: Days of Week & Hours: Variable including nights, weekends & holidays; Posting Detail Information: Job Posting Date (Campus) 05/13/2015; Job Posting Date (Public) 05/13/2015; Job Closing Date 05/27/2015; Posting Type Open To All Applicants; Posting Number S15343; Quick Link for Internal Postings: http://jobs.nd.edu:80/postings/2135.
Job Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
15-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
06/08/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
Additional Qualifications
How to Apply: Apply online with us by going to http://jobs.nd.edu; click on : employment, search jobs, and look up job by title. You will need to create an account before applying to the position.
Hourly Wage-Range
3.00/ hour + tips
Annual Salary-Range
N/A
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Office of Human Resource
Title
Human Resources
Street Address 1
Notre Dame
Street Address 2
Morris Inn
City
Notre Dame
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46556
Main Phone
574-631-5900
Main Fax
N/A
Website Address
Submission Date
05/14/2015
Job Title
Merchandiser
Business Name
Imperial Beverage
Business Purpose
Beverage Distribution
Job Category
Merchandising
Job Description
Merchandisers place ordered inventory in its designated location in the market in a timely, professional manner. The merchandiser also works with existing inventory at each account, checking dates of product and rotating as needed. Responsibilities: Fill and face all displays - beer, wine and soda, etc.; Check all displays at each account; Rotate all products; Dust all displays and shelves; Hang signs, rebates and coupons; Organize product in backstock. Requirements: Valid Driver’s License; Dependable vehicle; Cell phone; Access to daily emails; Customer service skills; Minimum of 18 years of age; Must be able to pass drug screen and pre-employment physical; Must live in assigned market or specifically designated area.
Job Type
Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
29
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Mail Resume
Deadline to Apply
06/08/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Employment Test
,Physical Exam
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
10.00 plus mileage
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Lindsay Ferraro
Title
HR Generalist
Street Address 1
3825 Emerald Drive
Street Address 2
City
Kalamazoo
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49001
Main Phone
269-382-4200
Main Fax
269-382-1109
Website Address
www.imperialbeverage.com
Submission Date
05/14/2015
Job Title
Physical Education Teacher
Business Name
Brandywine Community School District
Business Purpose
Public Education
Job Category
Education/Training
Job Description
Physical Education Teacher for Grades Kdg. - 12, for the 2015-2016 school year. Must have Michigan certification MX or MB endorsements. Prefer additional endorsements.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
27-52 weeks
Hours Per Week
Per contract
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Fax Resume
Deadline to Apply
06/01/2015
Minimum Education
Certification Required
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Own Transportation
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Per contract
Annual Salary-Range
Per contract
Description of Benefits
Per contract
Contact Person
Mr. Tim Bagby
Title
Principal
Street Address 1
1830 S. 3rd Street
Street Address 2
City
Niles
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49120
Main Phone
269-684-7150
Main Fax
269-684-8998
Website Address
www.brandywinebobcats.org
Submission Date
05/14/2015
Job Title
field worker
Business Name
Springhope Farm
Business Purpose
Orchard
Job Category
Agricultural
Job Description
Seasonal worker for thinning peaches, garden work, cherry-peach-apple picking and sorting. Must be able to lift 50 pounds. Non-smoker
Job Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Duration
13-26 weeks
Hours Per Week
30
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
05/31/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
10.00
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Caren Woods
Title
Owner
Street Address 1
18720 Cleveland Ave,
Street Address 2
City
Galien
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49113
Main Phone
269-545-8313
Main Fax
none
Website Address
www.springhopefarm.com
Submission Date
05/13/2015
Job Title
Systems Engineer
Business Name
Van Buren County Administration Building
Business Purpose
Information Systems
Job Category
Information Technology/Computers
Job Description
The Systems Engineer's role is to ensure the stability, integrity, and efficient operation of the in-house information systems that support core organizational functions. This is achieved by monitoring, maintaining, supporting, and optimizing all networked software and associated operating systems. The Systems Engineer will apply proven communication, analytical, and problem-solving skills to help identify, communicate, and resolve issues in order to maximize the benefit of IT systems investments. Responsibilities: Strategy and Planning. Collaborate with network staff to ensure smooth and reliable operation of software and systems for fulfilling business objectives and processes. Work with executive team members, decision makers, and stakeholders to define business requirements, and to identify and resolve business systems issues. Acquisition and Deployment: Set up and deploy new applications and enhancements to existing applications, software and operating systems; Conduct research on software and systems products to justify recommendations and to support purchasing efforts. Operational Management: Gauge the effectiveness and efficiency of existing systems; develop and implement strategies for improving or further leveraging these systems; Propose and create system design models, specifications, diagrams, and charts to provide documentation; Perform server and security audits, system backup procedures, and other recovery processes in accordance with the company's disaster recovery and business continuity strategies; Maintain servers, including database, e-mail, print and backup servers and their associated software into enterprise systems; Ensure system connectivity of all servers, shared software, and other applications; Create and maintain documentation as it relates to system configuration, mapping, processes, and service records; Ensure compatibility and interoperability of in-house computing systems; Coordinate and perform in-depth tests, including end-user reviews, for modified and new systems; Monitor and test system performance; prepare and deliver system performance statistics and reports; Provide orientation and training to end users for all modified and new systems; Provide training and orientations to interns.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
37.5
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Personal Visit
Deadline to Apply
06/13/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Required
Years of Experience
More than 5 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
30,556.50-41,964.00
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Jennifer Fitzpatrick
Title
Benefits Specialist
Street Address 1
219 E. Paw Paw St. Suite 201
Street Address 2
City
Paw Paw
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49079
Main Phone
269-657-8253
Main Fax
269-657-2547
Website Address
Submission Date
05/12/2015
Job Title
Systems Engineer
Business Name
Van Buren County
Business Purpose
Local Government
Job Category
Information Technology/Computers
Job Description
The Systems Engineer’s role is to ensure the stability, integrity, and efficient operation of the in-house information systems that support core organizational functions. This is achieved by monitoring, maintaining, supporting, and optimizing all networked software and associated operating systems. The Systems Engineer will apply proven communication, analytical, and problem-solving skills to help identify, communicate, and resolve issues in order to maximize the benefit of IT systems investments.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
37.5
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Mail Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/30/2015
Minimum Education
Associates Degree Preferred
Years of Experience
More than 5 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Lifting Requirements
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Formal Education & Certification • University degree in computer science or software engineering and/or 5 years equivalent work experience. Knowledge & Experience • Proven experience in overseeing the design, development, and implementation of software systems, applications, and related products. • Proven experience with systems planning, security principles, and general software management best practices. • Working technical knowledge of current software protocols, and Internet standards, including TCP/IP, SNMP, ODBC. • Excellent software troubleshooting experience. • Extensive application support experience with Windows, Java, Server 2008 R2, Server 2012 R2. • Working knowledge of network and PC operating systems. • Competence with testing, flowchart, and data mapping tools and procedures. • Excellent understanding of the organization’s goals and objectives. • Knowledge of applicable data privacy practices and laws. Personal Attributes • Good project management skills. • Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills. • Ability to conduct research into systems issues and products as required. • Ability to communicate ideas in both technical and user-friendly language. • Highly self motivated and directed, with keen attention to detail. • Proven analytical and creative problem-solving abilities. • Able to prioritize and execute tasks in a high-pressure environment. • Strong customer service orientation. • Ability to work in a team-oriented, collaborative environment. Work Conditions • Sitting for extended periods of time. • Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard, mouse, and to handle other computer components. • Occasional inspection of cables in floors and ceilings. • Lifting and transporting of moderately heavy objects, such as computers and peripherals.
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
$30,556.50-41,964.00
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Shafeeq Hameed
Title
Information Services Director
Street Address 1
219 Paw Paw Street, Suite 202
Street Address 2
City
Paw Paw
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49079
Main Phone
269-657-8266
Main Fax
269-657-8252
Website Address
www.vbco.org
Submission Date
05/11/2015
Job Title
Cook
Business Name
Caretel Inns of Lakeland
Business Purpose
Skilled Nursing, Rehab and Assisted Living Facility
Job Category
Food Services/Servers/Chef/Hostess
Job Description
Do you bring EXCELLENCE to every dining experience that you create? Do you love what you do and do it well? If so, Caretel Inns of Lakeland wants YOU to join our fabulous team. Join us and come to work in our gracious, state-of-the-art Skilled Nursing, Long Term Care, and Assisted Living environment. Our highly skilled professionals provide the human element of care to our guest’s lives, and strive to make a difference for them each and every day. We have an excellent opportunity for a COOK; temporary position to evolve into a contingent position, you will work a part-time varied weekday and weekend schedule. At Caretel Inns we provide the best dietary services to senior citizen residents. JOB SUMMARY: Responsible for meal preparation and operation of the department in the absence of the Clinical Food Service Coordinator. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: The duties of the position may include, but are not limited to the following areas: Prepare and serve meals. Prepare food for special events. Follow the menu and recipe at all times, fill out daily production records and quality assurance records. Use portion control when serving all items. Serve meals that are attractive, flavorful, and of proper temperature. ( Record proper temperature). Follow instructions for all special diets, accuracy is essential. Replace table centerpieces with condiment caddies before meals: reverse after meals. Assist in hiring, orientation, and training of food service staff. Clean preparation areas, serving areas and all cooking equipment. Receive and check in food supplies when manager is not available. Assist in other food service areas when needed, and when time allows. Bake cookies for inns and plate to be served. Make sure all stored food is labeled & dated. Make sure all expired or outdated food is thrown away. Food carts sent with utensils for serving. Prepare/service any orders from 24 hour menu. Put dry stock away lifting up to 25 lbs. (using First in- First out method). Maintaining a positive attitude and cooperation with other departments and within your own is vital. Treat all residents of the facility with dignity and respect. Check special diet trays and insure they are correct. Report equipment needs and supplies needed to dietary manager. Attend In-Service training sessions. QUALIFICATIONS: High School Dipolma or equivalent required. Must be able to read written instructions and record usage. Qualified candidates will have at least one year of experience cooking in a professional or commercial setting, and particularly must be able to personalize menus per dietary preferences and requirements.Required Personal Characteristics: Must possess a strong “service" orientation, specifically with geriatric residents. Must be able to coordinate with other personnel and departments. Must possess a pleasant personality and demeanor. Must have a desire to work and able to get along well with other team members and residents. Must display emotional stability and physical stamina. Must be neat and well groomed. Additional Requirements: Must be able to perform essential job duties with or without reasonable accommodation. Must be able to push, pull, move, carry and/or lift a minimum of twenty-five (25) pounds, occasionally up to eighty-five (85) pounds. Must be able to stand for long periods of time. Must have sensory ability to see, hear, smell, touch, and detect temperature. FOR IMMEDIATE CONSIDERATION, Apply in person at Caretel Inns of Lakeland, located at 3905 Lorraine Path, St. Joseph, 49085. OR send your resume to hrcaretellakeland@gmail.com
Job Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
20
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Personal Visit
Deadline to Apply
07/01/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Missy Lowler
Title
HR Manager
Street Address 1
3905 Lorraine Path
Street Address 2
City
St Joseph
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49085
Main Phone
269-428-1111
Main Fax
269-556-9684
Website Address
www.caretelinns.com
Submission Date
05/11/2015
Job Title
Maintenance Technician
Business Name
The Mennel Milling Company
Business Purpose
Flour Milling
Job Category
Maintenance/Grounds/Janitorial
Job Description
Title: Maintenance Technician. Department: Maintenance. Reports To: Maintenance Supervisor. SUMMARY: This purpose of this position is to provide maintenance support to the facility through maintaining and improving the on-going reliability of the plant equipment, machinery, and processing systems. PRIMARY WORK SHIFT: 7am – 3:00pm, 3pm – 11pm, or 11pm – 7am (Shift could vary depending on assignment/availability) ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following - Other duties may be assigned: Follow all plant rules, safety rules and procedures during daily work and assure the safety of others; Maintain the reliability and capacity of the plant equipment by troubleshooting and repairing mechanical or electrical problems in the most efficient manner while improving long-term reliability; Operate as an active member of the maintenance team to solve equipment problems; Must be able to effectively interact with all Mennel Milling staff to improve overall maintenance methods and plant reliability Must be able to follow directions from supervisor and/or lead Maint Technician; Performs Maintenance Lead duties in his/her absence; Continuously upgrades skills and knowledge to remain current with the latest technology; Applies new skills and technology to increase capacity and reliability of the facility; Repairs and maintains, in accordance with diagrams, sketches, operation manuals, and manufacturer's specifications, machinery and mechanical equipment manuals; Repairs motors, pneumatic conveying components, conveyor systems, wheat handling & cleaning equipment, production machines, and various pieces of milling equipment; Dismantles devices to gain access to and remove defective parts using hand tools, hoists, cranes, and power tools, etc.; Inspects used parts to determine changes in dimensional requirements using rules, calipers, micrometers and other measuring instruments; Installs new equipment according to manufacturer’s requirements using levels, plumb bobs, and straightedges; Replaces defective parts through the use of effective trouble shooting; Lubricates all equipment using manufacturer’s guidelines for preventive maintenance; Starts and tests all equipment after maintenance is performed to check for proper performance; Must be able to operate a drill press, grinder, and other metalworking tools to fabricate and repair parts; Must have the ability to weld all metal types; Must initiate purchase order to re-order parts that were used from stock; Must maintain a safe and clean work environment and maintenance work area; Uses the Mennel Corporate Mission, Quality, and Safety Statements as guiding principles in the decision-making process; Completes work in accordance with established company policies and procedures; Responsible for ensuring that any work completed is done in a safe and clean manner and that all food safety, personal hygiene, and housekeeping standards are met when doing so; Must be able and willing to don a full-face respirator when required and be able to pass a respirator fit test in order to do so; Fills in for other maintenance technicians when necessary, or when absences occur, and must be willing to learn new duties, be cross-trained in other departments within the plant, and perform new or modified responsibilities as assigned; SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: This position has no supervisory duties. QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required: Provide sound problem solving skills to solve short and long term problems within a manufacturing environment. Communicate specific problems and potential solutions to the Maint Supervisor to be analyzed, prioritized, and implemented; Establish and maintain effective communications with other maintenance team members; Serve as a technical resource to various problem solving groups within the plant; Must have solid interpersonal skills with the ability to listen well, and work in a team environment with a positive attitude and with minimum supervision; Strong written and verbal communication skills; Multi-skilled ability to perform basic mechanical tasks; Must exhibit a high aptitude of troubleshooting and problem solving skills; Well skilled with personal computers and software for use in troubleshooting and work order entries; Ability to produce accurate documentation of repairs and modifications to facility through the use of maintenance tracking software; Requires ability to effectively prioritize and organize tasks, and follow through to ensure completion of assignments in an efficient and high quality manner; Must be able to operate scissor lifts and other lifting equipment; Must be familiar with chain hoists, overhead cranes, and how to operate them. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High school diploma and a 2 year degree in a technical or industrial field such as electronics, Mechatronics, mechanics, welding, automation or other related area is required. A minimum of 5 years of maintenance experience in a flour milling, food processing or other related manufacturing field is also required. LANGUAGE SKILLS: Must be capable of reading and comprehending simple instructions, short correspondence, memos, procedures, and plans. Must have ability to write reports, complete checklists and other basic documentation and correspondence. Must have ability to effectively present information or data in one-on-one and small group situations to co-workers, supervisors, and managers. MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Must have ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Must have ability to read and comprehend flowsheets, blueprints and other technical drawings. REASONING ABILITY: Must use common sense and solid judgment when making decisions. Must have ability to quickly recognize hazards and improvement areas. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to perform maintenance tasks, use various tools, reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, twist, crouch, or crawl, and talk or hear. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 100 pounds or more. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to conditions that are typical to a fast-paced manufacturing environment, including: moving equipment and machinery, dusty, hot/humid, and cold conditions and employee must be willing to work in all weather conditions, at heights, in precarious places; in the presence of airborne particles, and with the risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment usually requires the use of hearing protection.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/11/2016
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
More than 5 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Own Tools
,Physical Exam
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Healthcare including major medical, prescription and dental coverage, Life insurance, 401(k) with company match, paid vacations and holidays.
Contact Person
Autumn Clouse
Title
Director of Human Resources
Street Address 1
301 South Mill Road
Street Address 2
City
Dowagiac
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49047
Main Phone
800-764-5518
Main Fax
269-782-9273
Website Address
www.mennel.com
Submission Date
05/11/2015
Job Title
Maintenance Supervisor
Business Name
The Mennel Milling Company
Business Purpose
Flour Milling
Job Category
Maintenance/Grounds/Janitorial
Job Description
Title: Maintenance Supervisor. Department: Maintenance. Reports To: Plant Operations Manager. SUMMARY: The primary purpose of this position is to lead the overall maintenance strategies for the Dowagiac plant in order to achieve maximum mill capacity and efficiency with minimum unscheduled downtime. This position collaborates with and receives direction from the Dowagiac Plant Operations Manager. PRIMARY WORK SHIFT: 7am – 3:30pm (Shift could vary depending on workload/needs) ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Include the following - Other duties may be assigned: Responsible for the planning, execution and overall performance of the Dowagiac maintenance department in the areas of: Plant safety; Superior sanitation practices and equipment design; Good manufacturing practices; Continuous improvement through increased automation, new technology, and improved manufacturing practices and methodologies; Preventative/predictive maintenance practices; Effective project management; Effective recordkeeping; Schedules, directs and supervises the daily activities of the maintenance crew to ensure maximum effectiveness. Responsible for the overall hiring, training, and development of the maintenance workforce; Leads all plant improvement and capital projects, ensuring on-time and under budget execution; Maintains proper documentation to ensure compliance with a variety of regulations including food safety, maintenance for sanitation, preventative maintenance, OSHA, BRC and other 3rd party auditor standards; Participates and effectively communicates in various plant improvement teams, safety committees, and strategic planning committees; Manages the overall maintenance dept. budget to effectively control costs; Manages and maintains the plant’s maintenance supplies, spare parts and inventory levels. Re-orders when necessary; Completes weekly and monthly reports on the maintenance department’s performance metrics and effectively communicates as required; Manages and tracks maintenance activities through maintenance program software; Uses the Mennel Corporate Mission, Quality, and Safety Statements as guiding principles in the decision-making process; Directs and coordinates project operations in accordance with established company policies and procedures; Responsible for ensuring that any work completed is done in a safe and clean manner and that all food safety, personal hygiene, and housekeeping standards are met when doing so; Must be able to don a full-face respirator when required and be able to pass a respirator fit test in order to do so; Fills in for maintenance technicians when necessary, or when absences occur, and must be willing to learn new duties, be cross-trained in other departments within the plant, and perform new or modified responsibilities as assigned. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES: This position directs the activities of a 2-3 person maintenance crew. QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Requires ability to effectively prioritize and organize tasks, and follow through to ensure completion of assignments in an efficient and high quality manner. Must have the ability and willingness to hold direct reports accountable and make changes when performance metrics are not being met. Must have a “hands-on” style and be intimately involved with the plant operations and maintenance activities. Must have strong mechanical and electrical aptitude and skills. Must have ability to read and understand electrical schematics and drawings. PLC programming and trouble-shooting experience. Must possess a working knowledge of steel & aluminum welding, pneumatic systems, hydraulic systems, electrical systems, mechanical systems, basic plumbing & building maintenance. Must have a passion for continuous improvement. Must have ability to quickly learn how materials flow through a particular process and/or a sequence of operations. Open communication and interpersonal skills are required in relationships with both internal and external customers within the organization. Must have solid computer skills. Must maintain professionalism and high integrity at all times. Requires the ability to work with minimal supervision. Must be able to juggle multiple priorities at one time and ensure that those tasks are completed consistently, satisfactorily and on time. Must have flexibility in work schedule, particularly on days when project or downtime repair work is occurring. Requires initiative to recognize equipment design problems or other maintenance related issues throughout the facility. Must have solid problem solving skills. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High school diploma and 7 – 10 years of experience in a flour milling, food processing or other related manufacturing field is required. Must have supervisory experience. A college degree in a manufacturing or maintenance related field is preferred. LANGUAGE SKILLS: Must be capable of reading and comprehending simple instructions, short correspondence, memos, procedures, and plans. Must have ability to write reports, complete checklists and other basic documentation and correspondence. Must have ability to effectively present information or data in one-on-one and small group situations to co-workers, supervisors, and managers. Must be able to lead training sessions on a variety of topics.MATHEMATICAL SKILLS Must have ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Must have ability to read and comprehend flowsheets, blueprints and other technical drawings. REASONING ABILITY Must use common sense and solid judgment when making decisions. Must have ability to quickly recognize hazards and improvement areas. PHYSICAL DEMANDS The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to stand; walk; use hands to perform maintenance tasks, use various tools, reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, twist, crouch, or crawl, and talk or hear. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds or more. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job: While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to conditions that are typical to a fast-paced manufacturing environment, including: moving equipment and machinery, dusty, hot/humid, and cold conditions and employee must be willing to work in all weather conditions, at heights, in precarious places; in the presence of airborne particles, and with the risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment usually requires the use of hearing protection.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/11/2016
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
More than 5 years
Additionnal Requirements
Own Tools
,Physical Exam
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Major Medical, Dental, Life insurance, paid vacation and holiday time, 401(k) with company match
Contact Person
Autumn Clouse
Title
Director of Human Resources
Street Address 1
301 South Mill Street
Street Address 2
City
Dowagiac
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49047
Main Phone
419-435-8151
Main Fax
419-436-5150
Website Address
www.mennel.com
Submission Date
05/08/2015
Job Title
Deputy Treasurer
Business Name
Van Buren County Administration Building
Business Purpose
Treasuror
Job Category
Administrative/Clerical Support
Job Description
Purpose: Provide administrative/clerical support for Treasurer's office. Principle Duties: An employee in this class may be called upon to do any or all of the following. These examples do not include all of the tasks that the employee may be expected to perform: Answer customer inquiries, Prepare tax receipts, Process large cash payments, Check property descriptions and certify deeds, Prepare tax searches, Issue dog licenses, Prepare mass mailings, and Daily cash accounting for receipts. Supervision Received: Work is performed under the general direction of the Chief Deputy Treasurer.
Job Type
Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
20
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Personal Visit
Deadline to Apply
06/08/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Work is performed in an office environment. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: High School Diploma or GED required; Working knowledge of accounting principles; Excellent organizational skills; Ability to operate a computer and related software - BS & A Microsoft Word/Excel; Ability to accurately use 10-key calculator; Ability to compute accurate mathematical computations; Ability to communicate effectively; Ability to read and map legal descriptions.
Hourly Wage-Range
13.09
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Jennifer Fitzpatrick
Title
Benefits Specialist
Street Address 1
219 E. Paw Paw St Suite 201
Street Address 2
City
Paw Paw
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49079
Main Phone
269-657-8253
Main Fax
269-657-2547
Website Address
Submission Date
05/08/2015
Job Title
Supports Coordinator
Business Name
Van Buren Community Mental Health
Business Purpose
Community Mental Health Provider
Job Category
Counseling
Job Description
Seeking team member passionate about working with youth & families to join our Hartford office! Will complete mental health assessments, treatment/support plans and provide service coordination for youth using a family & person-centered approach. Will link & advocate with other agencies and transport customers (in agency vehicle). Frequent travel (in agency or personal vehicle) throughout Van Buren County required. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in a human services field with licensure; ability to maintain electronic medical records; and one year of experience with the developmentally disabled population.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
37.5
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Mail Resume,Fax Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/29/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Required
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
33,109-41,899
Description of Benefits
Excellent benefits available including health, dental, vision; pension/retirement plan with Employer match; flexible spending account; Aflac voluntary plans; Employer provided life insurance and short and long-term disability; paid vacation, sick and personal leave; and 10 paid holidays per year.
Contact Person
Christine Johnson
Title
Personnel Specialist
Street Address 1
PO Box 249
Street Address 2
City
Paw Paw
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49079
Main Phone
269-655-3313
Main Fax
269-657-3474
Website Address
www.vbcmh.com
Submission Date
05/07/2015
Job Title
CAD Design Engineer Assistant
Business Name
Top Stitch, Inc
Business Purpose
Sewing
Job Category
Manufacturing/Industrial/Production
Job Description
Position Requirements: Comprehension of cutting and sewing trade; Work closely with sales on new projects; Put patterns into CAD system (digitizing) and make hard patterns when approved; Modify any issues with proto; Make instructions for approved items for production; Make modifications to current products and document in instructions and BOM; Compare hard patterns to plots; Experience with Microsoft Office - Word and Excel
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Fax Resume
Deadline to Apply
06/06/2015
Minimum Education
Associates Degree Preferred
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Applicant should have at least an Associate Degree in Computer Graphic Design or working towards one.
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Jackie Spansail
Title
Design Engineer
Street Address 1
921 Suma Drive
Street Address 2
City
Elkhart
State
Indiana
Zip Code
45616
Main Phone
574-293-6633
Main Fax
574-522-3322
Website Address
Submission Date
05/06/2015
Job Title
CAD Designer
Business Name
Voyager Inc.
Business Purpose
Manufacturing
Job Category
Manufacturing/Industrial/Production
Job Description
Will work under direct supervision of the Design Engineer; Create production prints from CAD drawings of customer supplied samples; Create BOM's in ERP from sketches, customer prints, or samples; Implement part and assembly revisions based on production runs in CAD drawings and BOM's; Interact with appropriate areas within the company, and at times outside, assigned operational areas to achieve company, product development and quality goals and objectives; Performs other related duties as assigned; Requires comprehensive understanding of drafting standards, reasonable understanding of drafting and BOM construction, 3D solid modeling experience required, preferably Autodesk Inventor, Metal fabrication experience a plus, bur not required.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Personal Visit
Deadline to Apply
06/06/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Required Experience: Computer Aided Drafting - 1 year
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Voyager Acquisition offers excellent benefits including health, dental, vision and life insurance, 401k and personal time off. Salary commensurate with job experience.
Contact Person
Andrea Wager
Title
Design Engineer/IT
Street Address 1
2500 Ada Drive
Street Address 2
City
Elkhart
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46514
Main Phone
574-264-9504
Main Fax
574-262-2430
Submission Date
05/05/2015
Job Title
Lead Teacher
Business Name
Growing Kids Learning Centers
Business Purpose
Education
Job Category
Education/Training
Job Description
We are pleased to be recognized as the go-to child care provider chosen by most parents in Northern Indiana. We have worked hard and will continue to work hard for the families we serve. Everything about Growing Kids was created with young children and their parents in mind. Our buildings. Our educational programs. Our parent-friendly schedules. Everything. We are always looking for talented, self-motivated individuals to join our team. If you think you are ready to be a part of an exciting team, then we encourage you to complete this friendly, online job application! http://growingkids.hyrell.com
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
27-52 weeks
Hours Per Week
30-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Mail Resume
Deadline to Apply
08/31/2015
Minimum Education
Associates Degree Preferred
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Lifting Requirements
,Own Transportation
,Physical Exam
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
8.00-14.00
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Full Medical, Dental, Vision, short term disability, PTO accrual starting on your first day, flexible schedule, staff member child tuition discounts, paid holidays.
Contact Person
Carrie Nunemaker
Title
Human Resources Manager
Street Address 1
PO Box 2351
Street Address 2
City
Elkhart
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46514
Main Phone
574-524-5248
Main Fax
574-875-8045
Submission Date
05/04/2015
Job Title
On-call Banquet Server
Business Name
Notre Dame
Business Purpose
The Morris Inn/ Notre Dame Conference Center is looking for more banquet servers to help during the summer
Job Category
Hospitality/Restaurant Management
Job Description
To provide professional service to banquet guests. Assist with set-up and tear down of banquet events. Prepare table service for functions as per direction of lead banquet server, following written specifications provided by banquet department. Participate in equipment removal following meal service, returning food, linen, and supplies to proper storage locations. Professionally serve banquet functions, serving food, pouring beverages, and handling special requests of guests in accordance with the Morris Inn methods and service standards. Take cocktail orders and pass hors d’oeuvres when required. Assist with keeping work area and equipment clean and in good working condition. Report for duty in designated uniform and maintain its upkeep. Assist with coffee breaks at Notre Dame Conference Center (NDCC). Other duties which may be assigned by supervisor or banquet manager.
Job Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Duration
Summer
Hours Per Week
15-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
06/20/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Please apply with us online at https://jobs.nd.edu/postings/1872 or by going to http://hr.nd.edu/ and clicking on employeement and the job posting number is S15181
Hourly Wage-Range
10.00/hour
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Title
N/A
Street Address 1
Notre Dame
Street Address 2
City
Notre Dame
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46556
Main Phone
574-631-5900
Main Fax
N/A
Website Address
Morrisinn.nd.edu
Submission Date
04/30/2015
Job Title
CAD/CAM Posistion
Business Name
AmHawk LLC
Business Purpose
Steel Fabrication
Job Category
Engineering
Job Description
AmHawk LLC - Coloma Plant at 200 N. West St. Coloma, MI (across from post-office) has an immediate opening for a CAD/CAM postion. Requirements are: Create shop floor instructions to do sheet metal fabrication from 3-D CAD models; Create / modify shop floor instructions to clarify work instructions; Designing new products and oversee fabrication of prototypes; Review prototypes to make improvements on production parts; Design tooling and fixtures for shop floor use; Work on corrective actions with the team; Back –up person for CAD/CAM - using Sigmanest --- Company will provide training
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Personal Visit,Fax Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/30/2015
Minimum Education
Some College Coursework Completed
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Employment Test
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
We are looking for a team player who is enthusiastic and is willing to grow with the company. We have two plants one in Coloma and one in Hartford. The team player would be going between the two plants,
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Deb Ashley
Title
Manager
Street Address 1
200 Dunbar
Street Address 2
City
Hartford
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49057
Main Phone
2694684141
Main Fax
269-468-4179
Website Address
amhawk.com
Submission Date
04/23/2015
Job Title
IT Supervisor / Developer
Business Name
Dexter Axle
Business Purpose
Manufacturing of trailer axles and brakes
Job Category
Information Technology/Computers
Job Description
Dexter, the premier supplier and manufacturer of axles, doors, venting products and related components in the utility trailer, recreational vehicle, heavy duty and manufactured housing markets, has an opportunity for a IT Supervisor / Developer at our multi-plant manufacturing facility located in Albion, Indiana. Dexter is an industry leader with a highly developed distribution network and plants in the states of Indiana, Oklahoma, and Georgia. Dexter has achieved its many years of success through a commitment to the principles of superior quality, continuous improvement, and unparalleled customer service. In 2009, Dexter expanded our product offering with the acquisition of the RV, cargo, and horse-trailer door business from Philips Products, as well as its Ventline product offerings. The addition of these quality product offerings were natural complements to markets that Dexter serves, and where Dexter is well known for providing superior quality, service, and support. For more information about our company, access Dexter's web site at www.dexteraxle.com. The IT Supervisor / Developer position offers the opportunity of overseeing departmental activities that provide IT support for our approximately 800 employee, multi-plant, multi-shift manufacturing facility. The position will also be responsible for participating and successfully carrying out corporate IT objectives at the local level. Essential Duties: Providing cutting edge software development and testing; Recommending direction for technology within the facilities by evaluating outcomes, identifying problems, evaluating trends and anticipating requirements; Designing and implementing solutions in the manufacturing operations; Providing training to employees to ensure they are able to competently use computer software and hardware; Ensuring smooth and efficient running of all IT systems within the facilities; Providing support on Access Databases and applications built on them; Understanding local network and server environment and providing support of this environment within the facility; Overseeing the management and maintenance of computer work stations; Communicating with corporate leadership in regards to IT related issues; Conducting routine maintenance and checks to ensure optimal performance; Troubleshooting by identifying root cause, and implementing optimal solutions; Managing multiple projects/tasks. Demonstrating time management and prioritization skills to minimize disruptions while managing scheduled projects and activities. Ensuring desired results are delivered; Providing direction to the other IT support staff.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40+
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
06/01/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Preferred
Years of Experience
4-5 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Own Transportation
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
The successful candidate for IT Supervisor / Developer will have: Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Information Services or a comparable discipline and 5 years of experience in performing the same or similar job function; or an equivalent combination of education and experience; Experience developing and implementing solutions and leading projects in a manufacturing environment. Development experience should include Visual Studio, .NET and shared libraries; Experience designing, creating, and maintaining SQL tables and views; Solid understanding of system management and process methodologies and practices; Strong problem solving and problem management skills to understand and diagnose issues including applications, networking, and Terminal Services; Demonstrated leadership abilities to effectively lead team of IT support staff; and Effective written and oral communication skills and the ability to build relationships with all levels of the organization.
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Dexter offers a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits. Dexter’s benefits package includes Health, Dental, Vision, Life, STD, LTD, FSA, HSA, and 401(k) Plan with company contributions.
Contact Person
Tami Stout
Title
Senior Human Resources Generalist
Street Address 1
500 S 7th Street
Street Address 2
City
Albion
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46701
Main Phone
260-636-2195
Main Fax
260-636-5231
Website Address
www.dexteraxle.com
Submission Date
04/20/2015
Job Title
Milker
Business Name
Sparks Cedarlee Farm
Business Purpose
Dairy Producer
Job Category
Agricultural
Job Description
450-cow dairy farm looking for reliable help with good animal care skills, mainly for milking purposes
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
20-60
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Personal Visit,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
07/31/2015
Minimum Education
High School Student
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Lifting Requirements
,Own Transportation
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
TBD
Annual Salary-Range
TBD
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Ken Sparks
Title
Owner
Street Address 1
19501 Quaker St
Street Address 2
City
Cassopolis
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49031
Main Phone
269-506-0384
Main Fax
269-445-3195
Website Address
Submission Date
04/20/2015
Job Title
Content Builder
Business Name
J Ecomm Sales and Marketing
Business Purpose
Marketing for furniture sales
Job Category
Marketing/Public Relations
Job Description
Looking for a motivated individual to work in a fast paced environment. Job responsibilities include creating mass data spreadsheets with accurate information requiring great attention to detail, ability to work on tedious projects while maintaining focus and meeting set deadlines, having flexibility to move from one project to the next and multi-task multiple projects without crossing information, ability to work with a team and have excellent communication with various team members on the progress of projects, willingness to ask questions to ensure projects are completed correctly the first time. This job is based around the use of Excel and some experience with the program is required. Certification or formal training is a plus but is not required. Ability to take good notes, learn quickly, and drive to succeed is important.
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
20-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
12/30/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Please send resume and letter explaining why you should be considered to: Sarah@interepmarketing.com
Hourly Wage-Range
10
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Sarah Nagy
Title
Inside Sales
Street Address 1
210 E Main St, Floor 3
Street Address 2
City
Niles
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49120
Main Phone
269-326-4529
Main Fax
269-326-4529
Website Address
N/A
Submission Date
04/16/2015
Job Title
Account Relations Manager
Business Name
Circle Logistics
Business Purpose
Transportation
Job Category
Sales/Sales Management
Job Description
Circle Logistics Account relations managers are vital to Circle Logistics team! These individuals are energetic, well-organized individuals who enjoy a new and exciting challenge! Team players will be strong problem solvers and expert communicators. This role requires someone who enjoys a fast paced, exciting work environment, and someone looking to reach their maximum earning potential!
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/25/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Preferred
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Employment Test
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Health Benefits
Contact Person
Raquel Rocha
Title
Recruiter
Street Address 1
4808 Kroemer Rd.
Street Address 2
City
Fort Wayne
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46898
Main Phone
260
Main Fax
312-300-7275
Website Address
www.circledelivers.com
Submission Date
04/16/2015
Job Title
Enterprise Coordinator
Business Name
Circle Logistics
Business Purpose
Transportation
Job Category
Sales/Sales Management
Job Description
Circle Logistics Enterprise Coordinators are key players in developing links between customers and our partner carriers. This team player will work to fine tune client relationships and build partnerships. You should be strategic and organized to help provide clarity by communicating with your team. Candidates should be ready to progress the ways we work with current and potential customers. Interested candidates should be motivated and ready to conquer each day!
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/25/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Required
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Employment Test
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Raquel Rocha
Title
Recruiter
Street Address 1
4808 Kroemer Rd.
Street Address 2
City
Fort Wayne
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46898
Main Phone
260-240-8224
Main Fax
312-300-7275
Website Address
www.circledelivers.com
Submission Date
04/16/2015
Job Title
Transportation Procurement
Business Name
Circle Logistics
Business Purpose
Transportation
Job Category
Sales/Sales Management
Job Description
Do you enjoy developing and managing relationships with clients ranging from start-up to Fortune 100 level companies? Transportation Procurement personnel works to negotiate and manage a network of transportation carriers. These team players work to ensure all freight is moved in a timely fashion while evaluating the workflow of carriers. Expert communicators will work with carriers to provide transport solutions. Are you ready to begin your career in the fast paced and growing world of logistics?
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/25/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Required
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Employment Test
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Raquel Rocha
Title
Recruiter
Street Address 1
4808 Kroemer Rd.
Street Address 2
City
Fort Wayne
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46898
Main Phone
260-240-8224
Main Fax
312-300-7275
Website Address
www.circledelivers.com
Submission Date
04/16/2015
Job Title
Account Executive
Business Name
Circle Logistics
Business Purpose
Transportation
Job Category
Sales/Sales Management
Job Description
Circle Logistics Account Executives are self-motivated, ambitious, team players. Are you looking to begin your career in an energetic, exciting industry? The logistics and transportation industry is one of the fastest growing industries in the downtown Chicago area! Account Executives work to build relationships with organizations ranging from start up to fortune 100 level organizations. You are ready to work for a rapidly growing company and begin to reach your max potential?
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/20/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Required
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Employment Test
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Raquel Rocha
Title
Recruiter
Street Address 1
4808 Kroemer RD
Street Address 2
City
Fort Wayne
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46898
Main Phone
260-240-8224
Main Fax
312-300-7275
Website Address
Submission Date
04/16/2015
Job Title
National Accounts Manager
Business Name
Circle Logistics
Business Purpose
Transportation
Job Category
Sales/Sales Management
Job Description
Circle Logistics National Accounts Managers are strong, driven, goal-oriented individuals. These team players should be ready to identify clients and build relationships with organizations that need transportation solutions. Candidates should be ready to work in an energetic, fast paced environment. If you feel you would fit this role and are ready to join a rapidly growing company with an opportunity to maximize your earning potential, please send your resume to recruiting@clinow.com
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/20/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Required
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Employment Test
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Raquel Rocha
Title
Recruiter
Street Address 1
4808 Kroemer RD
Street Address 2
City
Fort Wayne
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46898
Main Phone
260-240-8224
Main Fax
312-300-7275
Website Address
www.circledelivers.com
Submission Date
04/16/2015
Job Title
Account Representatives
Business Name
Circle Logistics
Business Purpose
Transportation
Job Category
Sales/Sales Management
Job Description
Circle Logistics Account Representatives are responsible for maintaining contact with key clients. Account representatives work to build close relationships with clients ranging from startups to Fortune 100 level organizations. Candidates should be goal-driven, and excited to join a rapidly growing company! Ready to join our team and reach your max potential? Send your resume to recruiting@clinow.com
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/20/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Required
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Employment Test
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Health care benefits
Contact Person
Raquel Rocha
Title
Recruiter
Street Address 1
4808 Kroemer RD
Street Address 2
City
Fort Wayne
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46898
Main Phone
260-240-8224
Main Fax
312-300-7275
Website Address
www.circledelivers.com
Submission Date
04/16/2015
Job Title
Entry Level Maintenance Technician
Business Name
Patrick Industries
Business Purpose
RV Manufacturing and Distribution
Job Category
Manufacturing/Industrial/Production
Job Description
At Patrick industries, our customer-first culture has positioned us as a leading manufacturer and distributor to the RV and Manufactured Housing Industries. A focus on exceeding our customer's needs every day; anticipating and providing the products and service which they want; investing time and effort to understand our customer's business, products, and needs; going beyond what is expected; and doing what we say we will do, is critical at every level of our organization. Patrick Industries is currently seeking Entry Level Maintenance Technicians to join our highly qualified, innovative maintenance team. This facilities maintenance team looks after some of the largest automated plants, with numerous types of CNC's, routers and various other machines. Members of the maintenance team are responsible for ensuring the operation of machinery and mechanical equipment by completing preventative maintenance requirements, troubleshooting, repairing and performing maintenance on a variety of automated woodworking and laminating machinery, which include PLC's, Hydraulic, Pneumatics and Electrical Systems. The role will encompass a hands-on approach, working side-by-side with experienced Maintenance Technicians to complete routine repairs, corrective repairs, and emergent maintenance and troubleshoot issues as they arise. Requirements include: 1+ years experience working in Industrial Maintenance role in a manufacturing facility; Candidates must be driven and motivated to learn all areas of an Industrial Maintenance role; Welding, basic fabrication, and experience operating lathes and mills is desired; Complete all required paperwork electronically and in a timely manner; Strong oral and written communication skills; Strong computer skills; working knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office; Experience working with OSHA safety guidelines and the proper use of PPE; Candidates must be able to work the necessary hours, including overtime in a fast-paced manufacturing environment.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
05/16/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
As a division of Patrick Industries, we offer a great benefit package including: Health care through BCBS with company funding of the Health Savings Account option, company matching 401K, comprehensive Dental and Vision plans, paid vacation and holidays, and fitness reimbursement.
Contact Person
Katie Pursel
Title
Talent Acquisition Manager
Street Address 1
107 W. Franklin Street
Street Address 2
City
Elkhart
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46515
Main Phone
800-331-2151
Main Fax
574-522-5213
Website Address
www.patrickind.com
Submission Date
04/15/2015
Job Title
Delivery Personnel
Business Name
Taylor Rental- Party Plus
Business Purpose
Provide rental epuipment and party supplies.
Job Category
Transportation/Delivery/Driver CDL
Job Description
General Job Description: To ensure that all deliveries are made on time and in a safe manner. Proper loading and unloading the vehicle in such manner to reduce any risk of personnel injury or damage to rented items. Following loading slips and reservation reports to ensure trucks are loaded correctly and no items were forgotten. Dealing with renters on other premises with a bright and friendly attitude with respect to them and there property. What is expected from you: To be on time every single day of your employment; Load delivery contracts assigned to you; Inspect your vehicle of delivery for low fluids,tire pressure, and lights; Must be clean and representable; To provide customers with answers to any questions on the items delivered; Maintain cleanliness and organization of delivery bay and delivery warehouse.
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
32-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Personal Visit,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
12/30/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
2-3 years
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
,Own Tools
,Own Transportation
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Job Requirements: Always be on time; Ability to lift over 120lbs consistently and carry for over 30 yards; Have a valid chauffeurs license; Organizational and interpersonal skills; Ability to follow and execute instructions and commands.
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Lois Ashbrook
Title
Owner
Street Address 1
2524 M-139
Street Address 2
City
Benton Harbor
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49022
Main Phone
269-925-2125
Main Fax
269-925-2133
Submission Date
04/15/2015
Job Title
Small Engine Mechanic
Business Name
Taylor Rental- Party Plus
Business Purpose
Provide rental epuipment and party supplies.
Job Category
Mechanic
Job Description
May perform a variety of functions, including loading and unloading of customer rented equipment, including party related items. Provides instructions to customers for the safe and proper use of rental equipment. Performs mechanical equipment repairs as needed. Responsible for cosmetic maintenance of rental and company owned equipment. Responsible for the keeping of a safe and clean working environment. Required to greet all customers in a friendly, professional and business like way. Compare item being rented as shown on rental agreement to make certain is exactly the same item given customer by verifying the Taylor Rental 6 digit part number. GENERAL PURPOSE: Inspect, repair and maintain small engine equipment, both gas and diesel. Maintains equipment, inventory and equipment maintenance records. Prepare or oversee equipment going out on rental. Serves as a lead person in a rental equipment business. EXAMPLE OF DUTIES: Responsible for maintenance and repair of small engines, both gas and diesel, including hydraulic equipment. Operates all equipment used a rental equipment business, and be available to use and explain the operation of equipment to the rental centers customers and employees when needed. Performs preventative maintenance work, such as checking oil and fluid levels on all equipment. Maintains computer inventory records on repairs made, parts ordered, and parts inventory. Performs other duties as required. Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Have thorough knowledge of equipment, including hydraulics, electrical, mechanical, and small engine equipment, including gas, electric, and diesel. Working knowledge of safety practices and procedures while making mechanical repairs; knowledge of various rental equipment items; maintenance, repair and operations. Ability to troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair equipment with accuracy and speed, ability to create effective working relationships with employees; ability to communicate both verbally and in writing. Must be familiar or experienced with stick or mig welding. Ability to maintain written or computerized equipment maintenance records and prioritize work. Be trained in Michigan DOT standards for wiring and hooking up trailers to customers vehicles.
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
30-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Personal Visit,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
12/30/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
2-3 years
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
,Own Tools
,Own Transportation
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Education and Experience: Graduation from a standard high school and two (2) years work experience in the operation, repair and maintenance of small equipment, both diesel and gasoline type engines and hydraulic equipment. Special Requirements: Must possess a valid Michigan chauffers License. Must have had fork truck experience so as to be certified for use. Must be able to test and learn proper. filling procedures for propane (liquid petroleum). Must be willing to work Saturdays. TOOLS & EQUIPMENT: Must have own tools to use while performing duties. Must be able to assist with maintenance on trucks used in rental operation; turf care and landscaping equipment, including tractors, mowers, aerators, sodcutters, overseeders, etc. Also chain saws, edgers, weed trimmers, electronic motors, pumps,sprinklers,sewer snakes, compressors and generators; miscellaneous hand and power tools. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to reach with hands and arms. The employee frequently is required to stand; talk or hear, walk, and use hands to finger, handle, feel or operate objects, tools, or controls. The employee is occasionally required to sit; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 50 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move more than 80 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee regularly works near moving mechanical parts and in outside weather conditions. The employee is frequently exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, and vibration. The employee is occasionally exposed to risk of electrical shock. The noise level in the work environment is moderately loud. Employee will be provided with uniforms and is expected to wear uniforms at all working times.
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Lois Ashbrook
Title
Owner
Street Address 1
2524 M-139
Street Address 2
City
Benton Harbor
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49022
Main Phone
269-925-2125
Main Fax
269-925-2133
Submission Date
04/14/2015
Job Title
Project Manager
Business Name
Upstream Waters Landscape, Inc
Business Purpose
Landscape Installation and Maintenance
Job Category
Landscaping/Gardening
Job Description
Upstream Waters Landscape, Inc. provides professional and trustworthy design, installation, and maintenance services to our clients in Southwest Michigan. As we kick off our 18th season, we are looking for an installation Project Manager to complete our team. As Project Manager, it will be your responsibility to ensure that the project is built according to the design, scope, procedures, and goals that are sold to the client. Using the Upstream Waters Landscape culture, you will teach, communicate, motivate, and hold accountable each person that works alongside you. You will manage and track all hours, materials, equipment, change orders, tasks, and milestones from pre job to post job meeting for each project. It will be your job to solve surprises, problems, and issues, as well as communicate the implementation of your solution to the company owner and your crew. You will also keep the client up-to-date on the progress of the project. You must have proven skill sets in: laying pavers and construction retaining walls; implementing designs training and leading others; using spreadsheets and project tracking software/apps; organization and communication.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
52+ weeks
Hours Per Week
45
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Fax Resume,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
05/20/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
2-3 years
Additionnal Requirements
Employment Test
,Physical Exam
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
18-22
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Benefits include up to 4 paid holidays in the first year, retirement plan in the second year, and reimbursement for qualifying continuing education and certifications.
Contact Person
Beth Spanninger
Title
Office Manager
Street Address 1
308 Bell Rd.
Street Address 2
City
Niles
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49120
Main Phone
269-262-0871
Main Fax
269-262-0872
Website Address
upstreamwaterslandscape.com
Submission Date
04/14/2015
Job Title
Summer Employement
Business Name
St Joe Valley Pools
Business Purpose
In-ground swimming pool construction and service.
Job Category
Construction
Job Description
St Joe Valley Pools is a custom in-ground swimming pool construction and service company. We are hiring construction and service team members immediately. College students encouraged to apply. 40 hours per week. Construction experience is a plus but not required. Must have valid driver license.
Job Type
Temporary Full-Time
Job Duration
Summer
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Mail Resume,Fax Resume,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
05/15/2015
Minimum Education
High School Student
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Outdoor work, lifting, use of light hand tools.
Hourly Wage-Range
11-12
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
John Ambrosen
Title
Owner
Street Address 1
14010 Carter Lake Street
Street Address 2
City
Jones
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49061
Main Phone
269-641-7665
Main Fax
269-641-7665
Submission Date
04/13/2015
Job Title
Family Advocate
Business Name
Tri-County Head Start
Business Purpose
Beginning Education
Job Category
Education/Training
Job Description
RESPONSIBILITIES: Recruiting new families; Planning and implementing family engagement; Assisting with maintaining full enrollment; Keeping records. POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Bachelors or Associate degree in Social Services or related field; Must be organized, work independently, have excellent oral and written communication skills; Must provide own transportation as position requires travel within Tri-County area; Spanish speaker preferred.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
20-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Fax Resume,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
12/31/2015
Minimum Education
Associates Degree Required
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Own Transportation
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Applications can be downloaded at: http://www.tricountyhs.org/employmentopenings.html If mailing the application, please be sure to include your resume and any other necessary information.
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
• On the job training • Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance • Paid Holidays • Mileage Reimbursement • Retirement
Contact Person
Jeannie Mroczek
Title
Clerical Associate
Street Address 1
775 Hazen St.
Street Address 2
City
Paw Paw
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49079
Main Phone
1-800-792-0366
Main Fax
1-800-834-2500
Website Address
www.tricountyhs.org
Submission Date
04/09/2015
Job Title
Welder
Business Name
Pulliam Enterprises, Inc.
Business Purpose
manufacture 5th wheel hitches
Job Category
Manufacturing/Industrial/Production
Job Description
Apply appropriate welding process to meet specifications. Handle materials, tools, set-up complete appropriate weld processes and inspect all welds and products to assure weld specifications are met. Safety conscious, team player, takes direction and is a self starter.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Personal Visit
Deadline to Apply
05/29/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
Additional Qualifications
Candidate must have experience with and be able to read prints, understand decimals, problem solving/multitasking and is quality minded. Weld candidates must also pass a weld test.
Hourly Wage-Range
Based on Experience
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Medical, Dental, Simple IRA
Contact Person
Elaine Leuthold
Title
Human Resources
Street Address 1
13790 E. Jefferson Blvd.
Street Address 2
City
Mishawaka
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46545
Main Phone
574-259-1520
Main Fax
574-258-0289
Website Address
www.pullrite.com
Submission Date
04/09/2015
Job Title
Teacher and Home Visitor
Business Name
Tri County Head Start
Business Purpose
Head Start
Job Category
Child Care/Caregiver
Job Description
Early Head Start is looking for people who are excited to work with and share experiences with Infants/Toddlers and their Families. Full year positions are available for Teachers in Berrien County and Home Visitors in Van Buren and Berrien County. Position requirements include: Current CDA, Infant and Toddler or experience working with infants and toddlers, and Must pass pre-employment drug test and Michigan Criminal History Check. Excellent Benefits! Call 1-800-792-0366 or 269-657-2581 or visit our web site at www.tricountyhs.org. EOE
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
05/09/2015
Minimum Education
Certification Preferred
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Employment Test
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Jeannie Mroczek
Title
Cerical Associate
Street Address 1
775 Hazen Street
Street Address 2
City
Paw Paw
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49079
Main Phone
269-657-2581
Main Fax
269-657-6608
Submission Date
04/08/2015
Job Title
CAD Designer
Business Name
Norco Industries
Business Purpose
Design and Development of Recreational Vehicle Components
Job Category
Engineering
Job Description
Create and maintain solid models of various mechanical/structural components and assemblies; Generate exploded/detail/section views as needed to ensure assembly can be built correctly; Draft detailed multi-view drawings of sub-components; Correctly tolerance components for manufacturing and assembly; Create and process engineering changes; review and release production drawings; Maintain BOMs in ERP software to match CAD data and manufacturing processes; Work within PDM using custom programs to load and update ERP system; Maintain customer specific design parameters for future projects
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40-50
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Fax Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/14/2015
Minimum Education
Certification Preferred
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
Additional Qualifications
Computer Aided Design skills are required; SolidWorks is preferred, but candidates with other solid modeling experience (Inventor, SolidEdge, Unigraphics, etc.) will be considered. Ability to manage multiple tasks in a fast paced, rapidly changing environment. Knowledge of MS Word/Excel. Ability to communicate effectively. Understanding of manufacturing processes for sheetmetal forming and welding is preferred.
Hourly Wage-Range
Based on Experience
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K
Contact Person
Tim Schultz
Title
Director of Engineering
Street Address 1
2600 Jeanwood Dr.
Street Address 2
City
Elkhart
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46514
Main Phone
574-262-3400
Main Fax
574-264-2366
Website Address
www.norcoind.com
Submission Date
04/02/2015
Job Title
Administrative Assistant
Business Name
Bella's Lawn & Landscape
Business Purpose
Landscaping
Job Category
Administrative/Clerical Support
Job Description
We are a locally owned and operated landscape firm seeking a qualified Administrative Assistant to join our team of professionals. This is an outstanding opportunity for the right individual with a growing company. Our work environment is safe, professional, and rewarding. We provide training opportunities for our people to develop their horticultural careers through our affiliations with local and national trade associations. We are invested in our community and good corporate citizens. Please visit our website to learn more about us: http://www.bellaslawnandlandscape.com/ Overview: Being an Administrative Assistant is all about making sure that day-to-day office tasks are done smoothly. It’s about working as part of a team, keeping things in order and undertaking clerical and secretarial duties such as filing, typing, copying, scanning, answering phones, etc. Also light bookkeeping tasks such as accounts payable and accounts receivable. Administrative Assistants should have strong organizational skills and a high degree of attention to detail. They are required to be energetic and flexible individuals who provide efficient and professional administrative support to other office members. They must be able to deal with constant interruptions without getting sidetracked. Preferred: • 3 years of experience in an office setting • Knowledge of QuickBooks software • Good computer skills including MS Office, Excel, and Power Point • Good typing and keyboarding skills • Telephone and communication skills • Ability to work as part of a team • Attention to detail and a high level of accuracy Compensation: $8-12/hr depending on experience. To apply, please reply with the following information: 1. Professional resume 2. Professional references (not personal references) 3. Daytime phone number 4. Email address 5. Availability for a phone interview in the next 7 days The most qualified applicants will receive an email reply within 24 hours and a phone interview within 7 days. The position to be filled is available now. Ability to begin immediately will be plus.
Job Type
Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
20+
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/31/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
2-3 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
8-12
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Pamala
Title
Office Manager
Street Address 1
3017 Hill Ave.
Street Address 2
City
Toledo
State
Ohio
Zip Code
43607
Main Phone
419-536-9003
Main Fax
419-539-6851
Website Address
Submission Date
04/01/2015
Job Title
Maintenance Manager
Business Name
L.A.D.D. Inc.
Business Purpose
Living alternatives for the developmentally disabled
Job Category
Maintenance/Grounds/Janitorial
Job Description
Job Summary: Responsible for carrying out assignments relating to the maintenance and upkeep of the homes, apartments, offices, and other property. The primary goals of the Maintenance Person are to: A. Maximize efficiency of the Maintenance Staff. B. Minimize the expenses whenever possible. C. Ensure a safe working facility/environment. Core Competencies: It is a requirement of employment that all L.A.D.D., Inc. personnel follow the company Mission, Vision, and Values at all times. The Mission/Vision/Values of L.A.D.D., Inc. are based on and supported by the use of the following guiding principles and qualities of Leadership. Stand in Truth: Work and communicate with honesty, integrity and openness; Willingness, desire, and motivation to improve qualities in self and the organization; give and receive constructive feedback; Demonstrate ethical and honest work behavior; Seeing all people as “people” and equal; Mindful and Compassionate; Demonstrate kindness and compassion to others; Maintain the self-confidence and self-esteem of others; appreciating differences of others and acceptance of those differences; Maintain positive and compatible relationships; support a culture of gentleness and team player; Demonstrate dignity and respect for all people served/supported and all people; Focus on the situation, issue or behavior, not on the person; Work and Lead “Above The Line” following the company Mission, Vision, and Values; Collaborative, Inventive and Visionary; Take the initiative to make things better. Be a motivator. Get things done and done well; Lead by example. Be an innovative and creative thinker; making home and other modifications as needed for people served. Think beyond the moment. Look ahead to be preventative. Keep commitments as well as be flexible when needed. Skill and Excellence: Demonstrate a high level of quality and quantity of work; Maintain a professional and positive attitude; Demonstrate willingness, motivation, and actions to improve self and performance; Demonstrate a willingness to serve others. Management Duties: Adhere to and support the Mission, Vision and Values of L.A.D.D., Inc.; Adhere to and supporting the policies and procedures of L.A.D.D., Inc., the R M H A policies, licensing regulations, and any other regulatory agency requirements. Maintain confidentiality; each individual has the right to confidentiality. Represent the company in a positive and supportive manner. Follow the Chain of Command or contact Corporate Compliance if necessary. Problem solve issues with other L.A.D.D., Inc. members of management. Work flexible hours to meet the maintenance and emergency needs of the programs. Be on call 24/7 for maintenance emergencies. Use the electronic maintenance ticket system efficiently and effectively. Maintain confidentiality of any personnel related issues & Management meeting issues. Coordinate the maintenance for efficiency and effectiveness. Provide training and Leadership to staff. Provide supervision of staff including safety supervision, disciplinary action, scheduling, evaluations, etc. All Separations from employment must be approved by Administrator. Oversee and review all documentation to insure accuracy. Report immediately any discrepancies. Complete necessary paperwork and maintain current records for maintenance. Complete successfully the safety, MIOSHA/OSHA training, CPR/FA, and any other required and ongoing training including team building. Be on call 24 hours via cell phone provided. Maintain, supervise, and secure L.A.D.D., Inc. monies. Ensure funds are accurate, and receipts in place at all times. Follow through on any assignments/instructions given by upper Management. Receive an evaluation after the first 180 days and annually thereafter. Key Performance Requirements and Standards: Ensure after hour phone calls are returned promptly and emergencies resolved. Ensure quarterly safety checks/reviews our completed at all locations. Ensure that all necessary equipment is available and in the homes if applicable. Ensure all Job responsibilities are completed efficiently and timely. Ensure accurate record keeping for equipment, monies, and receipts at all times. MAINTENANCE JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: TRAINING Maintenance Job Responsibilities will be reviewed/trained below; and this is a non-inclusive list of responsibilities. Additional responsibilities may be added as needed. All facilities must be well maintained and safe for tenants/vulnerable people. 1____ Follow the L.A.D.D., Inc. Mission, Vision, and Values (MVV) at all times during employment including role modeling behavior and positive communication that adheres to the MVV. 2____ Treat all people with respect and dignity as well as respecting their privacy when entering their homes and communicating with them respectfully. 3____ Respect and honor human diversity by demonstrating and role modeling cultural competency. 4____ Work as part of a team and show professionalism at all times through modeling, demonstrating, the positive values of P.E.O.P.L.E. as guided by L.A.D.D., Inc. Mission, Vision Values and Code of Conduct. 5____ Develop and maintain positive working relationships with all L.A.D.D., Inc. employees, volunteers, representatives, the general public, and other stakeholders. 6____ Adhere to and support all the Policies and Procedures of L.A.D.D., Inc. 7____ Represent the company in a positive and supportive manner. 8____ Ensure that all tools and supplies are accounted for at all times and not left out for vulnerable adults or children to possibly try to use. 9____ Use all tools and supplies according to manufacture instructions/directions and in a safe manner at all times following all MIOSHA/OSHA requirements. 10____ Use any personal protective equipment suggested and/or required for jobs to keep yourself and others safe. Pick up any additional supplies needed from the LADD Office. 11____ Follow all MIOHSA/OSHA Regulations including Lock Out/Tag Out procedure 12____ Ensure that all cords on tools, extension cords, etc. are not worn or ground plug missing. Never use; and immediately replace or repair equipment. 13____ Safety guards must always be working; if for some reason a safety guard on tools do not work; do not use tool until guard is repaired or tool is replaced. 14____ Wear safety glasses, hearing protection, leather welding gloves & use face mask when grinding and other protective equipment when working/using tools. 15____ Utilize the electronic maintenance ticket system learning how to read and respond to tickets as well as document notes and categories in the ticket system. 16____ Ensure that the inside & outside of the programs are maintained in a safe, secure, and clean manner; reporting any issues that you are unable to address or are any programmatic/service issues that you see occur while at the program/facilities. 17____ Report any safety concern immediately to your immediate supervisor as well as submitting an electronic maintenance ticket to track. 18____ If at any time you witness abuse/neglect, per LADD Policy/Procedure in your Employee Handbook/Code of Conduct, you must immediately intervene to protect any vulnerable adult or child and immediately contact management. 19____ Organize maintenance calls in an efficient and cost effective manner; for example, reduce driving time by doing all programs in one area at a time, etc. 20____ Complete required reports and documentation accurately, completely, and in a timely manner, per L.A.D.D. Inc. procedures including receipts and reimbursement process. 21____ Ensure compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures, and contract requirements. 22____ Attend and actively participate in all required meetings. 23____ Obtain all training required to comply with facility standards and/or certifications. 24____ Fill out time record keeping system accurately and completely at beginning and end of each shift and review at the end of the pay period to verify hours worked. 25____ LADD Funds are to only be used for approved work related expenses. Personal use of funds will result in immediate separation from employment. 26____ LADD Vehicle is only to be used for work related travel & LADD Transportation Policy must be followed at all times. Personal use of vehicle is a violation that will result in immediate separation from employment. 27____ Look for and report via the electronic ticket system any maintenance issues or improvements needed in all facilities. 28____ Be highly self motivated and able to work with instructions via phone support. 29____ Work flexible hours as needed. 30____ Additional job responsibilities may be added.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
12/31/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Minimum Qualification and Experience • 18 years of age • Able to meet physical requirements • Background in maintenance and repair work Physical Requirements and Working Conditions. • Working off ladders up to 20 feet off the ground while following all MIOSHA and OSHA requirements. Working off stepladders inside apartments. • Leaning over roof edges to make repairs. • Work under sinks and around appliances by bending down or lying on your back • Climbing onto second story roofs with steep pitches. • Moving appliances including refrigerators, dishwashers, washers, dryers and ranges. • Lifting and carrying up to 125 pounds. • Bending over appliances or mechanical equipment for repairs or cleaning. • Walking and/or standing for an entire workday. • Climbing flights of stairs to access work on the second floor. • Wear tool belts. • Digging trenches and holes by hand or using equipment. • Assembling small parts in appliances, mechanical equipment, plumbing and electrical fixtures, etc. • Reading repair instructions. • Logging or describing in writing work hours, repairs made and/or materials used. • Working in inclement weather. • Operating hand and power tools. • Able to patch drywall. • Painting. • Cleaning. Safety: • Assure safety standards are used which comply with all Company, Local, City, State and Federal guidelines including MIOSHA/OSHA requirements. • Be safe and always think safety. • Make sure use of safety equipment. Tools: • Make sure tools are in safe working condition. • Use tools correctly. • Keep track of tools and company property. Sub-Contractors: • Work with Sub-Contractors as needed. Ensure that the Tenant’s safety is always a prime consideration. • Complete work associated with the Sub-Contractor’s work as needed. Discuss limits of the Sub-Contractor’s work with immediate supervisor so as not to do their work. *You may apply online at: http://www.laddinc.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=129&Itemid=689 Or email your resume to: dmiller@laddinc.net
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Doris Miller
Title
Director of Human Resources
Street Address 1
300 Whitney Street
Street Address 2
City
Dowagiac
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49047
Main Phone
269-783-4116
Main Fax
269-782-3828
Website Address
www.laddinc.net
Submission Date
03/27/2015
Job Title
Summer Work Opportunities 2015
Business Name
1st Source Bank
Business Purpose
Financial Institution
Job Category
Customer Service/Support/Call Center
Job Description
Work Location - Various Locations. About Us: 1st Source Bank is the largest locally controlled financial institution headquartered in the northern Indiana-southwestern Michigan area. 1st Source operates 80 banking centers in 17 counties, 22 1st Source Bank Specialty Finance Group locations nationwide, nine Trust and Wealth Management locations and eight 1st Source Insurance offices. We deliver a comprehensive range of banking services along with highly personalized attention to our clients, individuals, businesses and communities. Our mission is to help our clients achieve security, build wealth and realize their dreams. Great opportunity for college students seeking summer work with the possibility of working at branches located near campus on return to school in the Fall. Requirements: Junior or Senior working towards a Bachelor’s degree preferred; Minimum GPA - 3.0 overall; Must be eligible to work in the U.S. on a permanent and unrestricted basis. Experience/Skills: Strong technical skills; Excellent quantitative and analytical abilities; Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Power Point and Internet; Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Summer
Hours Per Week
Vary
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
06/27/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Emily Bay
Title
Talent Acquisition Specialist
Street Address 1
100 N Michigan St.
Street Address 2
City
South Bend
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46601
Main Phone
574-235-2136
Main Fax
574-235-2936
Website Address
Submission Date
03/27/2015
Job Title
Admissions Assistant
Business Name
Caretel Inns of Lakeland
Business Purpose
Long Term Care Facility
Job Category
Healthcare/Medical/Health Services
Job Description
Join our team at Caretel Inns of Lakeland and come to work in our gracious, state-of-the-art Skilled Nursing and Assisted Living environment. Our highly skilled professionals provide the human element of care to our guest's lives, and strive to make a difference for them each and every day. We are looking for people that love what they do, and who will not compromise when it comes to providing the highest quality of care and kindness. The Admissions Office Assistant provides various kinds of support to people and groups within the organization, specifically in the departments of admissions and administrative. Assist with the admission process, from completion of paperwork to working with the hospitals and in house staff to ensure a smooth transition. Assist with general office duties; answering phones, filing, copying, and facility tours with families. We invite you to apply in person at our beautiful facility located at 3905 Lorraine Path, St. Joseph, 49085 OR you may submit your resume.
Job Type
Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
20
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
05/30/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Own Transportation
,Physical Exam
,Reference-Security Check
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
This is a great opportunity for a college student seeking enjoyable and rewarding part time employment.
Hourly Wage-Range
0.00
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Missy Lowler
Title
HR Manager
Street Address 1
3905 Lorraine Path
Street Address 2
City
St Joseph
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49085
Main Phone
269-428-1111
Main Fax
269-556-9684
Website Address
Submission Date
03/27/2015
Job Title
Landscaping Operations Manager
Business Name
Bella's Lawn & Landscape
Business Purpose
Landscaping
Job Category
Landscaping/Gardening
Job Description
We are a locally owned and operated landscape firm seeking a qualified Landscape Operations Manager (LOM) to join our team of professionals. This is an outstanding opportunity for the right individual with a growing company. Our work environment is safe, professional, and rewarding. We provide training opportunities for our people to develop their horticultural careers through our affiliations with local and national trade associations. We are invested in our community and good corporate citizens. Please visit our website to learn more about us: http://www.bellaslawnandlandscape.com/. Overview: The LOM is responsible for selling and producing landscape projects for the company through dedicated sales efforts and effective leadership in a manner which fosters higher levels of performance, teamwork, and profitability. The operations manager will be responsible for managing his crews. The LOM will cultivate, nurture, and grow long-term, profitable customer relationships. Effective relationship building, along with adherence to a sound sales process, will result in the achievement of sales goals. Success will be determined by the achievement of specific goals. These goals, outlined below, will only be achieved by a dedicated effort each and every day to leverage available resources, both within and outside the company, and to optimize the behavioral performance of our people – our greatest resource. In addition, the LOM must possess all the following requirements: A minimum of three (3) years of landscape construction experience. One (1) year of prior management experience. Completion of high school or equivalency. Outstanding human performance skills with a proven ability to develop cohesive teams, challenge individuals, hold people accountable, and deliver results – thrives on courageous conversations and relationship building. Prior sales experience using a consultative selling approach. High emotional quotient with an ability to maintain perspective during times of high stress, thrives on deadlines, and set an example to others. Outstanding interpersonal, social, and networking skills. Outstanding written and verbal communication skills in the English language. Outstanding organizational and multi-tasking skills. Ability to develop a positive, fun, and energetic working environment, without losing focus on goals and results. High level of personal initiative to anticipate and stay ahead of customer needs. Self-motivated individual who sets own personal and professional goals. Detail-oriented to capture, organize, and follow-through on information in a fast-paced environment. Team-oriented to be a unifying force. Continually seeks improvement, knowledge, certifications, etc. – never satisfied. High level of accountability for results to ensure deliverables are met. High level of accountability for the customer relationship to ensure satisfaction and retention. Tenacious drive – able to fail at times but recover quickly and continue pressing forward. Valid driver’s license and insurable. Able to lift 80 pounds. Willingness to assist landscape construction crews as needed and work in adverse exterior conditions. Willingness to fully participate in the company’s snow program. Preferred: Five (5) years of landscape construction experience. Completion of a four-year degree in a related field from an accredited institution or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Advanced education and/or training in consultative sales methods. High proficiency with the use of business technology, software applications, and quantitative business analysis. Completion of applicable industry certification programs and certifications in good standing. Extensive experience with the use of CRM programs – able to champion the implementation of a CRM program and teach others. High accessibility to address customer needs during off-hours and weekends by utilizing smart-phone technology and social media platforms – sees this as a positive not a negative. Compensation: $38,000 per year + commission’s To apply, please reply with the following information: 1. Professional resume, if available. 2. Professional references (not personal references). 3. Daytime phone number. 4. Email address. 5. Availability for a phone interview in the next 7 days. The most qualified applicants will receive an email reply within 24 hours and a phone interview within 7 days. The position to be filled is available now. Ability to begin immediately will be plus. Compensation: $38,000 + Commission. Generous compensation package includes: base wage, commission, and many other benefits.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40+
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/10/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
3-4 years
Additionnal Requirements
Bondable
,Lifting Requirements
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
38,000 + Commission
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Pamala
Title
Office Manager
Street Address 1
3017 Hill Ave.
Street Address 2
City
Toledo
State
Ohio
Zip Code
43607
Main Phone
419-536-9003
Main Fax
419-539-6851
Website Address
Submission Date
03/27/2015
Job Title
Irrigation Technician
Business Name
Bella's Lawn & Landscape
Business Purpose
Landscaping
Job Category
Landscaping/Gardening
Job Description
We are a locally owned and operated landscape firm seeking a qualified landscape Irrigation Technician to join our team of professionals. This is an outstanding opportunity for the right individual with a growing company. Our work environment is safe, professional, and rewarding. We provide training opportunities for our people to develop their horticultural careers through our affiliations with local and national trade associations. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Please visit our website to learn more about us: http://www.bellaslawnandlandscape.com/. The Irrigation Technician is responsible for supervising a jobsite and sometimes a crew, varying in size depending on the season and our workload. The Irrigation Technician takes full responsibility for all aspects of the crew, including assigned vehicles, trailers, equipment, tools, and supplies. In addition, the Irrigation Technician takes responsibility for ensuring results for quality, customer satisfaction, and efficiency. The successful candidate will possess the following minimum standards: Valid driver’s license; Ability to be insured by our insurance company; Prior experience supervising an irrigation job/crew; Prior experience operating irrigation tools/equipment; Ability to work in outdoor environments and in adverse weather conditions; Ability to remain on your feet most of the day; Ability to lift 80 pounds; Ability to read, write, and speak English; Availability to work extended hours during the week and on weekends, as needed. In addition to these minimum standards, candidates will be more qualified if they possess one or more of the following: Valid irrigation certification; Chauffer’s license or CDL; Significant experience, education, or training in horticulture, landscaping, or related field; Prior experience with snow & ice management operations; Desire for a career in the industry, to learn, and develop skills. To apply, please reply with the following information: 1. Professional resume, if available. 2. Professional references (not personal references). 3. Daytime phone number. 4. Email address. 5. Availability for a phone interview in the next 7 days. You may submit your resume at this address: careers@bellaslawnandlandscape.com The most qualified applicants will receive an email reply within 24 hours and a phone interview within 7 days. The position to be filled is available now. Ability to begin immediately will be plus.Compensation: The position pays between $13.00 and $18.00, depending on qualifications and experience. Generous compensation package includes base wage, snow bonus, and many other benefits.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40+
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/10/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Bondable
,Lifting Requirements
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
13-18
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Pamala
Title
Office Manager
Street Address 1
3017 Hill Ave.
Street Address 2
City
Toledo
State
Ohio
Zip Code
43607
Main Phone
419-536-9003
Main Fax
419-539-6851
Website Address
Submission Date
03/26/2015
Job Title
Local Sales Manager
Business Name
Schurz Communications, Inc.
Business Purpose
Communications / Media
Job Category
Sales/Sales Management
Job Description
Schurz Communications is a privately-held, nationwide multi-media company. We own and operate radio & television stations, cable properties, and daily & weekly newspapers in 14 states & 27 cities, in both medium and small markets. We are currently looking for our next LSM for our two FM radio stations in Lafayette, Indiana. We offer a competitive salary, plus an outstanding commission and bonus plan. In addition, we provide a 401(k) plan (with match); paid time off; group health, dental & vision coverage; and much more. We also provide a working atmosphere and support that is, hands-down, among the best in the business. We allow employees the autonomy to make decisions, learn from their mistakes, and celebrate their wins. Here's what we need from you: passion, commitment and a willingness to learn our top-notch systems. If you have 3-5 years experience in radio advertising sales, and are looking to move into management; or if you are in sales management and looking for a different opportunity, you may be just the person we’re looking for. If so, please apply via the instructions below or, if you have questions, call Scott Lindahl at 765-447-2188 ext 143. Schurz Communications is an EEO company. Additional information on Schurz is available at www.schurz.com, and via the following video link: http://youtu.be/7OuMd2ikx7k Interested candidates please visit the following web site: www.schurz.jobs and search Requisition Number WASK2292 to learn more about the position and apply.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
52+ weeks
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
12/31/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Preferred
Years of Experience
3-4 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Dan West
Title
Recruitment Assistant
Street Address 1
1301 E. Douglas Rd.
Street Address 2
City
Mishawaka
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46626
Main Phone
301-791-6874
Main Fax
301-791-6993
Website Address
www.schurz.jobs
Submission Date
03/23/2015
Job Title
Evening Receptionist
Business Name
Caretel Inns of Lakeland
Business Purpose
Long Term Care Facility
Job Category
Administrative/Clerical Support
Job Description
Caretel Inns of Lakeland has an immediate opportunity for an Evening PART TIME RECEPTIONIST at our growing Skilled Nursing, Rehab, Long Term Care, and Assisted Living community. This position requires scheduling flexibility to accommodate working weekday andl weekend hours; 4:30pm-8:00 p.m. This is a great job for anyone in college or considering a career in healthcare! Use your friendly outgoing personality and customer service skills while working with a supportive and upbeat team of professionals. Check out Caretel Inns and see what it's like to work in our award winning and beautifully decorated facility. Our highly skilled professionals provide the human element of care to our Guests' lives, and strive to make a difference for them each and every day. We are looking for a receptionist that loves what they do, and who will not compromise when it comes to providing the highest quality of customer service. REQUIREMENTS: High School Diploma or equivalent required. One year of experience preferred. We have a very busy reception area! Candidates must demonstrate excellent customer services skills, and enjoy working with the elderly and the public. Excellent written, verbal and computer skills are required, plus the ability to operate a multiple-line telephone system. Candidates for employment are required to successfully pass an employment test and criminal background check. References required.
Job Type
Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
20
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Fax Resume
Deadline to Apply
06/01/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Own Transportation
,Physical Exam
,Reference-Security Check
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
You may apply in person at our facility; 3905 Lorraine Path, St. Joseph, 49085 OR you may submit your resume to hrcaretellakeland@gmail.com
Hourly Wage-Range
0.00
Annual Salary-Range
0.00
Description of Benefits
We offer competitive pay and the ability for advancement within our organization.
Contact Person
Missy Lowler
Title
HR Manager
Street Address 1
3905 Lorraine Path
Street Address 2
City
St Joseph
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49085
Main Phone
2694281111
Main Fax
269-556-9684
Website Address
www.caretelinns.com
Submission Date
03/20/2015
Job Title
Housekeeping Service Professional
Business Name
Molly Maid of Berrien County and Molly Maid of South Bend
Business Purpose
Residential Cleaning & Chalet on the Lake Cleaning
Job Category
General Employment
Job Description
Summer positions - cleaning vacation homes and Chalet on the Lake rental turns. Work in a team of two. NO EVENINGS. 8:00am - 5:00pm Paid Training. Company car while you work. Molly Maid is the most respected name in cleaning and has been in SW Michigan for over 20 years. Reserve your position now for Summer 2015. Mid May through Mid-September!
Job Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Duration
13-26 weeks
Hours Per Week
16-32
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
04/30/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Bondable
,Drug Screening
,Lifting Requirements
,Reference-Security Check
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
$9.00- $10.00
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Qualified workers will be eligible for year round part time work and/or automatic employment for summer of 2016.
Contact Person
Susan Phemster
Title
Owner
Street Address 1
5728 St. Joseph Ave
Street Address 2
City
Stevensville
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49127
Main Phone
269-429-3200
Main Fax
n/a
Website Address
www.mollymaid.com
Submission Date
03/18/2015
Job Title
B/C Mechanic
Business Name
Notre Dame Utilities Department
Business Purpose
Maintenance and Overhaul of Power Plant Equipment
Job Category
Maintenance/Grounds/Janitorial
Job Description
Assist in the maintenance and overhaul activities of all Power Plant equipment, which may include but is not limited to the following: steam turbine generators, 400 psi steam boilers, steam turbine driven chillers for air conditioning, diesel generators, and low pressure air compressors. Inspect and repair numerous auxiliary systems to support the preceding major equipment to provide reliable and economical utilities services for the University. May also be required to operate and maintain a dump truck, front end loader and all coal handling equipment to unload and transfer coal to the appropriate coal bunkers, to maintain a smooth flow of fuel to the boilers. Work through a prescribed program of training, course work and practical experience to achieve a level of competency. Visit https://jobs.nd.edu to apply online.
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
20-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
12/20/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
2-3 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
High school diploma or equivalent required. Must have 2 years of trade school in mechanics related area, or the equivalent in job experience such as in a power plant or in the military. Must be able to attain or already possess an EPA CFC License. Must hold or be able to obtain a class ‘B’ CDL. Completion of the Utilities Department Mechanics Training Program is mandatory. Must understand or demonstrate the ability to learn all facets of operation and maintenance with respect to the following: high pressure boilers, steam turbine and diesel engine generators, gear and multistage pumps, fans, heat exchanger, piping valves and traps, pressure vessels, air conditioning, solid liquid and gas fuel handling systems, and ash handling equipment. Must possess knowledge of applicable codes, lockout tagout regulations, OSHA regulations, etc. - EPA Section 608 Universal Certification and Refrigerant Transfer Experience - Centrifugal Chiller experience with units of 500 ton or larger capacity Call 574-631-5900 for application instructions.
Hourly Wage-Range
16.44- 24.65
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
askHR
Title
Human Resourses
Street Address 1
100 Facilities Building,
Street Address 2
City
Notre Dame
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46556
Main Phone
574-631-5900
Main Fax
574-631-8468
Submission Date
03/12/2015
Job Title
Field Service Technician
Business Name
Bosch
Business Purpose
Manufacturing
Job Category
Industrial Maintenance
Job Description
APPLY ONLINE: https://your.bosch-career.com/en/web/us/us/applying_us/jobsearch_9/-/cui/job/ZRB_UNREG_SEARCH/EN/54EDC07DD7211160E10080000A032126 Responsible for providing exceptional customer support to our internal and external customers. Provide in-house and in-field technical assistance to customers in the identification and order placement of paid service and/or spare parts in support of installed Bosch Rexroth products. Provide customer consultation and training for assembly, service and maintenance of Bosch Rexroth products. Provide field service, repairs, replacement and installation services to Bosch Rexroth customers. Ability to drive company provided vehicle, and hold a valid driver's license. PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Essential Functions: Perform field service repair or replacement of Bosch Rexroth products or components. Troubleshoot customer concerns, both on-site and over the telephone or emails. Travel to customer sites as necessary. Overnight Travel is mandatory for this position. Perform in-house service repair of Bosch Rexroth products or components. Generate service related reports. Facilitate and participate in customer maintenance training, both in-house and/or on-site at customer locations. Actively support and participate in the selling effort of field service, spare parts, and paid training services. Determine and recommend suitable service parts for customer installations. Maintain a safe and clean work environment. Continuously improve, process and deliver conforming quality products and services to internal and external customers per the Bosch Rexroth Quality system. Marginal Functions: Generate reports. Participate in departmental and divisional training and meetings as required. Assist in Training new or future Field Service Technicians coming into the department. Other varied tasks as so directed.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Mail Resume
Deadline to Apply
04/30/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
2-3 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Employment Test
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE: Technical knowledge of mechanical, electrical, pneumatic systems typically used with automated systems/machines. Comprehensive product knowledge of the DCUS MT transport conveyor products, applications, function and BOM details. Computer system knowledge in Word, Excel, Outlook and SAP.#- Sound interpersonal communication (both written and verbal) skills. Organization and prioritization skills. Ability to work independently and in teams. High technical accuracy. Excellent typing skills. EQUIPMENT USED AND WORKING CONDITIONS: Computer knowledge of MRPII environment, preferably SAP. MS-Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and Access). Telephone, Printers, Internet, and video conferencing.#- Indoor working environment, both office and factory. MINIMUM EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS: High School diploma/GED. 2 years technical training preferred. 3 years of Bosch Rexroth transport conveyor product knowledge and applications or commensurate related experience with similar equipment. Willingness to travel 50% to 75% of work week, including occasional weekends and holidays.
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Full benefits; paid leave accrued
Contact Person
Lynn Hybarger
Title
Industrial Recruiter
Street Address 1
816 East 3rd Street
Street Address 2
City
Buchanan
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49107
Main Phone
(269) 695-0151
Main Fax
847-590-4530
Website Address
www.boschrexroth-us.com
Submission Date
03/12/2015
Job Title
Purchasing Support Specialist
Business Name
The Tire Rack
Business Purpose
Tire and wheel distributor
Job Category
Purchasing
Job Description
The Tire Rack, a nationally recognized distribution company, has an opening for a full-time Purchasing Support Specialist at our corporate headquarters located in South Bend, Indiana. This position requires you to process purchase orders with vendors, provide support to other departments by facilitating requests concerning product updates and ETA’s, pricing and availability, and delivery status. Miscellaneous office duties are also required as assigned. Benefits include group health insurance, 401(k), vacation and holiday pay.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Mail Resume
Deadline to Apply
04/12/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Employment Test
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
11.00-12.00
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Purchasing Manager
Title
Purchasing Manager
Street Address 1
7101 Vorden Parkway
Street Address 2
City
South Bend
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46628
Main Phone
574-287-2345
Main Fax
574-236-7707
Website Address
Submission Date
03/11/2015
Job Title
Custodian - Dowagiac, Niles & Bradywine
Business Name
The DM Burr Group
Business Purpose
Custodian - Dowagiac, Niles & Bradywine
Job Category
General Employment
Job Description
CUSTODIAN. JOB SUMMARY: Actively support the mission of DM Burr by working to ensure quality service and professionalism. Assure service and facilities are of consistent and high quality by maintaining a clean, secure and a safe work environment. Use approved methods and materials in cleaning and caring for assigned facility. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: Use approved methods and materials in cleaning and caring for assigned facility. Operate and maintain equipment such as; auto floor scrubbers, burnishing buffers, stripping machines and vacuums. Sweep, vacuum, mop, scrub and polish floors using industrial vacuum cleaners and scrubbing and buffing machines. Empty trash receptacles. May remove stains from such surfaces as rugs, drapes, walls, and floors using chemicals and cleaning solutions. General cleaning furniture, window sills, and walls. Dust, wash walls, clean ceilings, and polish light fixtures. Move cabinets, boxes, furniture, crates and equipment to clean areas. Clean/stock all restroom, janitorial closet and break rooms. Record and document all cleaning functions on appropriate logs and report to Supervisor. Perform light building maintenance duties as needed. Report any major safety item for repair. Other duties as assigned. SKILLS/QUALIFICATIONS: Education: High school diploma, GED or technical school certification; Must be self-motivated and have the ability to work with minimal supervision; 0-6 months custodial/ janitorial experience using floor scrubbers, buffers, stripping machines; Ability to lift up to 40 lbs.; Requires the ability to read and follow label instructions on cleaning supplies; Ability to follow basic verbal & written instructions; Ability to pay close attention to detail; Must have team aptitude and approach.
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
varies
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
08/01/2015
Minimum Education
Other
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
,Own Transportation
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Leeann Young
Title
Hr Recruiter
Street Address 1
4252 Holiday Dr
Street Address 2
City
Flint
State
Michigan
Zip Code
48507
Main Phone
810-391-2306
Main Fax
810-233-9098
Website Address
www.dmburr.com
Submission Date
03/10/2015
Job Title
Outside Sales
Business Name
KSS Enterprises
Business Purpose
Distributor of Facility Supplies and Equipment
Job Category
Sales/Sales Management
Job Description
Successful, growing company has an opportunity for a motivated salesperson. You should be a hard working self-starter, goal orientated, passionate, and have a desire to grow. You must have exceptional hunting and closing skills, be effective overcoming resistance and be able to work independently. OVERVIEW OF OUTSIDE SALES POSITION: To successfully differentiate our offerings of product, service and knowledge in order to create value over and above that offered by others in the marketplace. Create sales volume that includes a commitment to make sales calls within the above territory on a daily basis to prospective customers, cold calls, as well as current customer base. Providing service to accounts, which may entail working any hour during the day or night and on weekends. Must be reachable by management and customer base 24/7. Responsible for completing the current reporting requirements (and any others adopted by KSS in the future) which are: Weekly Pre-planner, keeping CRM up to date and the 30/60 Day Report. These are to be submitted to the Vice President and President. Provide training to customers: end users, management, etc. as needed and whenever needed. Keeping customer files and records updated with appropriate contact names (salutation, first/last name, titles) phone/fax numbers, e-mail addresses, purchasing / pricing history. Responsible for coordinating pricing and other required details on orders to ensure they can be invoiced when shipped; Entering some orders and delivery of some orders. Working closely with the Account Coordinator assigned to you to assist with coordination of quotations, order entry, etc. Actively utilizing a time management system, and customer management system adopted by KSS. Attending sales meetings and training seminars when available/as scheduled. Calling into the office on a routine basis to receive phone messages, messages from other employees, etc. Communicating as necessary via E-mail, voice mail, etc. Non-selling time (outside of the normal business day of 8-5) should be used for writing orders, figuring bids, keeping files and E-mails current, and writing proposals. REQUIREMENTS: 1. Maintain home office 2. Become proficient in daily usage of KSS software programs. MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions, percentages, area, circumference, and volume. Understanding "add-on" percent and "margin" percent. REASONING ABILITY: To solve practical problems and deal with a variety of concrete variables in situations where only limited standardization exists. Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form. CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Valid Drivers License; good driving record, proper insurance per KSS policy. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to walk; use hands to finger, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; talk or hear; and taste or smell. The employee is required to sit, stand; climb or balance; and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee must regularly lift and/or move up to 25 pounds, frequently lift and/or move up to 75-100 pounds, and occasionally lift and/or move more than 100 pounds with assistance. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus. Possible use of power tools such as drills and screwdrivers, and other hand tools; handling of batteries, chargers, motors, etc. Operating floor equipment such as buffers, auto scrubbers, vacuums, carpet extractors, dispensing systems, kitchen equipment, etc., and operation of KSS trailer.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40+
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Mail Resume
Deadline to Apply
05/04/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Employment Test
,Lifting Requirements
,Own Transportation
,Physical Exam
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Base Plus Commission
Description of Benefits
We offer all major medical, dental, and eye. As well as small and long term disability, small life insurance policy and 401K.
Contact Person
Katie Hill
Title
Director of Development and Talent
Street Address 1
616 E. Vine Street
Street Address 2
City
Kalamazoo
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49001
Main Phone
269-349-6637
Main Fax
888-300-9705
Website Address
www.kssenterprises.com
Submission Date
03/10/2015
Job Title
Yard Customer Service Person
Business Name
Big C Lumber
Business Purpose
Retail of materials and services used for remodeling, home building, and commercial projects.
Job Category
Other
Job Description
Yard Customer Service Person: If you are looking for a summer job in a challenging, but fun and friendly work environment, we currently are looking for summer help in most of our locations. Ideal candidate will be over the age of 18, positive, enthusiastic and energetic. Primary responsibilities will include helping customers in the yard, building loads for delivery and stocking inventory. Apply in person to any of our Indiana, Michigan or Ohio locations or apply on line at www.bigclumber.com. Our website also shows a complete list of locations near you.
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Summer
Hours Per Week
20-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
09/01/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Own Transportation
Additional Qualifications
Start and end dates for the summer help are flexible.
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Nicholas Brady
Title
Vice President of Human Resources
Street Address 1
50860 Princess Way
Street Address 2
P.O. Box 176
City
Granger
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46530
Main Phone
574-277-4550
Main Fax
574-271-3536
Website Address
www.bigclumber.com
Submission Date
03/10/2015
Job Title
Customer Service Care Manager
Business Name
Region IV Area Agency on Aging
Business Purpose
non-profit
Job Category
Healthcare/Medical/Health Services
Job Description
The Area Agency on Aging is adding a new position to the Care Management team. This position connects with applicants on Care Management wait lists. Conducts screening, primarily via telephone, to determine program eligibility. Provides on-going support to all people while they remain on the wait list. Performs a warm hand-off to Care Managers when applicant’s name is taken off said wait list. • Telephones and or visits applicants on the MI Choice Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS) wait list, Office of Services for the Aging applicants, and other programs as necessary. Completes additional screening beyond intake to determine program eligibility. MI Choice HCBS participants will need a Level of Care determination and financial eligibility determination made. • Provides appropriate connection to all known community resources for applicants not eligible for the program which they had originally applied to for outstanding customer service. Provides warm-hands off, or sends print or other material to the applicant, in a person-centered method indicated by the applicant. • Keeps in regular monthly contact with all current wait list applicants to maintain accurate, up-to-date records on health issues, and changes in applicant’s needs. Provides relevant community resources to meet immediate needs, and provide on-going support and Agency connection. • Documents all activity in appropriate software system(s).
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
37.5
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Fax Resume
Deadline to Apply
07/01/2015
Minimum Education
Associates Degree Preferred
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
,Own Transportation
,Reference-Security Check
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Michigan licensed RN or BSN
Hourly Wage-Range
24.00
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Paid every two weeks, 75 hour pay period. Employee submits flex schedule request every 4 weeks for Supervisory approval. No nights, no pager, no weekends. Paid sick time, paid vacation time, paid holidays. Paid life insurance, major medical, dental. vision benefit. Employer matching retirement plan.
Contact Person
Dawn Tyler
Title
Care Management Director
Street Address 1
2900 Lakeview Avenue
Street Address 2
City
St. Joseph
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49085
Main Phone
269-982-7756
Main Fax
269-983-5218
Website Address
www.AreaAgencyonAging.org
Submission Date
03/10/2015
Job Title
Care Manager
Business Name
Region IV Area Agency on Aging
Business Purpose
non-profit
Job Category
Healthcare/Medical/Health Services
Job Description
The Area Agency on Aging is adding an additional Nurse Care Manager to the team. This Care Manager Nurse will be responsible for working with older adults age 60 and older, assessing needs, developing Care Plans, connecting people to all known community resources. Limited funds for some purchase of home care services is available from Area Agency on Aging program funds according to program guidelines. May provide assistance to other Care Managers as needed.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
37.5
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Fax Resume
Deadline to Apply
06/15/2015
Minimum Education
Associates Degree Required
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
,Own Transportation
,Reference-Security Check
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
25.00
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
75 hours every two weeks. No nights, no pager, no weekends. Flex schedule created by employee every 4 weeks and approved by Supervisor. Major medical, dental, vision benefit. Paid sick time, paid vacation time, paid holidays. Retirement plan with matching employer contributions.
Contact Person
Dawn Tyler
Title
Care Management Director
Street Address 1
2900 Lakeview Avenue
Street Address 2
City
St. Joseph
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49085
Main Phone
269-982-7756
Main Fax
269-983-4028
Website Address
www.AreaAgencyonAging.org
Submission Date
03/10/2015
Job Title
Nurse Care Manager
Business Name
Region IV Area Agency on Aging
Business Purpose
non-profit
Job Category
Healthcare/Medical/Health Services
Job Description
RN or BSN Care Manager to work at non-profit agency coordinating and arranging home care for adults of all ages and varying abilities. Multiple full-time positions are available. Must be Michigan Licensed. Care Managers work with a caseload of approximately 40 Medicaid participants who live at home or other community-based care settings, such as Assisted Living facilities or Adult Foster Care Homes. Assess each applicant for care needs and program eligibility. Coordinate services to keep each person safe and healthy, such as bathing, meals, emergency button, medication dispenser, transportation, or other home or community-based services. These programs compliment Medicare in-home services and Hospice home care programs. Coordinate with other professionals. Some work is performed in a team with Social Worker Care Manager, other work is done independently, or while consulting other family members/friends/professionals involved with the person. Arrange home care from a variety of programs that serve adults of all ages. Must be able to meet strict timelines, and complete all paperwork/computer work thoroughly. 2-5 years Prior Long Term Care experience preferred. Computer skills. Travel throughout Berrien, Cass, and Van Buren Counties. www.AreaAgencyonAging.org , About Us, to view a complete job description and/or email in your cover letter/resume. Region IV Area Agency on Aging offers a 75-hour work week per two week pay period; flex hours with a Mon-Fri schedule, paid holidays, sick time, vacation time, and other great benefits. Salary DOE. EOE.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
37.5
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Fax Resume
Deadline to Apply
12/25/2015
Minimum Education
Associates Degree Required
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
,Reference-Security Check
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
RN or BSN; must be Michigan licensed
Hourly Wage-Range
25
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
paid every two weeks, 75 hour work per two weeks; paid holidays, no pagers/nights/weekend/on-call; flex schedule created by the employee approved by the supervisor every four weeks, paid sick days; paid vacation time; vision benefit; paid life insurance; retirement plan with matching employer contribution; CEU to maintain license available during work day and costs may be sponsored by employer; health insurance, dental insurance.
Contact Person
Dawn Tyler
Title
Care Management Director
Street Address 1
2900 Lakeview Avenue
Street Address 2
City
St. Joseph
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49085
Main Phone
269-983-0177
Main Fax
269-983-4028
Website Address
www.AreaAgencyonAging.org
Submission Date
03/09/2015
Job Title
Web Technologies Programmer
Business Name
Mid Michigan Community College
Business Purpose
Education
Job Category
Information Technology/Computers
Job Description
Summary: Develops and maintains web applications including the content management system that powers the College’s web site. Collaboratively works with the team in the Programming Innovation department to integrate existing systems, build new applications, and manage the supporting server infrastructure. Essential Job Functions: 1. Work with other members of the Programming Innovation department to develop and document programming standards for the College. 2. Support and improve the College’s content management system, which powers the MMCC web site. Customize CMS functionality and design to meet MMCC needs while also achieving accessibility and responsive design goals. 3. Develop web applications as needed for multiple College clients. Competent to work at a very high level of all technical aspects of programming and application development. Works with numerous languages and technologies including PHP, Ruby, MySQL, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and other languages as necessary. 4. Collaborate with other programmers to integrate new and existing systems as well as expand mobile device support for core applications. Able to work with source code management systems, relational databases, authentication protocols, Single Sign On technologies, and open source software. 5. Manage and support multiple servers in a virtualized hosting environment. Leverage scripting technologies to automate regular system maintenance. Able to use multiple operating systems including Linux, Windows, and Mac OS. 6. Responsible for the development and maintenance of complex computer programs and applications. Analyzes current methods, clearly defines problems and recommends solutions. Assists in the development of hardware and software specifications. 7. Manage several databases used in various aspects of college operations. 8. Work with IT to maintain security and backup of critical data. 9. Collaborate with graphic designers, instructional designers, and the College’s multimedia studio to create responsive graphical user interfaces, web forms, multimedia, and other electronic materials. 10. Assist in the development and implementation of departmental objectives, policies, procedures and standards; recommend changes to departmental procedures as necessary to improve the efficacy of the College’s technology systems. 11. Support and serve as a role model for our mission, vision, values, and customer service initiatives. Adheres to the organization’s policies & procedures, and compliance guidelines. 12. Perform other duties as assigned. Background and Job Requirements: Proficiency in PHP, Ruby, MySQL, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and multiple server platforms including Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X. Excellent understanding of IT and web infrastructure, communications, and customer service principles. Proficiency in all phases of programming, system analysis and system implementation; knowledge of documentation requirements and skill in technical writing. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with both technical and non-technical people. Ability to train faculty and staff in use of scheduling and analytics software and other related software-programming changes. Excellent presentation skills including both on-site and online formats. Familiarity with needs assessment and evaluation procedures and tools. Ability to work as a member of a multi-disciplinary team, and work effectively with multiple constituencies. Analytical ability to identify and resolve a variety of issues or challenges in an effective and timely manner. Mental ability to adapt and respond to multiple priorities and demands in a fast paced, growth oriented environment, and deal effectively and timely with the concerns of faculty, administrators, employees and students. Written data analysis skills necessary to prepare required reports, analysis, and documentation of outcomes. -Physical ability to sit/stand, and travel, for short - extended periods of time. Requirements: Two to four years experience working with HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and server-side languages such as PHP or Ruby required. Hands-on experience with software design practices, relational databases, and data-driven web applications. Experience working in higher education preferred.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Personal Visit
Deadline to Apply
12/31/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Preferred
Years of Experience
2-3 years
Additionnal Requirements
Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
ONLY COMPLETE APPLICATION PACKETS WILL BE CONSIDERED! Those who are qualified and interested in this position must provide the following application materials: *Letter of Interest; *Resume; *MMCC External Application (available at www.midmich.edu) ; *Two current professional letters of recommendation; *Academic Transcripts. ONLY COMPLETE APPLICATION PACKETS WILL BE CONSIDERED!
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
44,899-56,485
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Amy Doherty
Title
Human Resource Consultant
Street Address 1
1375 South Clare Avenue
Street Address 2
City
Harrison
State
Michigan
Zip Code
48625
Main Phone
989-386-6622
Main Fax
0000000000
Submission Date
03/09/2015
Job Title
Animal Control Enforcement Officer
Business Name
Cass County Animal Control
Business Purpose
Animal Control-Law Enforcement
Job Category
Law Enforcement/Security/Protective Services
Job Description
Cass County Animal Control is seeking an energetic individual dedicated to serving the public and caring for animals as an Animal Control Enforcement Officer. The successful candidate should have a high school diploma with college course work preferred; possess excellent communications skills, have a basic working knowledge of the criminal justice system, be acquainted with the care and treatment of dogs and other domestic animals and have a genuine desire to work in the area of Animal Control, and be able to dispose of animals with humane procedures. Cass County Animal Control is a division of the Cass County Sheriff's Office. Applicants must have a valid driver's license, no criminal convictions, be willing to undergo drug testing and physical and psychological testing and become a certified animal control officer.
Job Type
Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
56 per pay period
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Fax Resume
Deadline to Apply
04/15/2015
Minimum Education
Some College Coursework Completed
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Bondable
,Drug Screening
,Employment Test
,Lifting Requirements
,Physical Exam
,Reference-Security Check
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hours per week = 56 hours per pay period based on a two week pay period. Some weekends and holidays would be required.
Hourly Wage-Range
13.97
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Michael Grice
Title
Director
Street Address 1
323 N. M-62
Street Address 2
PO Box 132
City
Cassopolis
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49031
Main Phone
269-445-3701
Main Fax
269-445-5018
Website Address
www.casscountymi.org
Submission Date
03/09/2015
Job Title
Multi-Media Journalist
Business Name
Schurz Communications, Inc.
Business Purpose
Communications / Media
Job Category
Broadcast Publications/Media
Job Description
Here’s an opportunity to work at Indiana's Most Outstanding News Operation, as selected by the Associated Press. The successful candidate will join an award-winning, competitive staff dedicated to creative story-telling. WSBT is looking for a confident, aggressive reporter with journalistic integrity built upon a strong foundation of accuracy and fairness. This individual will actively participate in daily editorial meetings, bringing multiple, actionable ideas for daily news turns, special reports and extra content for digital platforms. A strong understanding of social media is preferred. Candidates also need some photojournalism and editing experience. Must be able to represent WSBT effectively and positively in the community. Career advancement and training opportunities available. One year of prior reporting experience is required. Please provide salary information from last three positions. A valid driver’s license and good driving record are required, and a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism or a related field is preferred. Essential Skills & Abilities: Be able to write clearly, accurately and in an easy to understand manner; Must possess excellent interview and conversational writing skills; Excellent live reporting skills and strong on-camera presentation skills; Compelling story-teller; Ability to shoot and edit video; create personalized stories; Able to produce and post original content to our websites; Ability to generate daily and enterprise story ideas and effectively work a beat; Able to play an active role in the editorial process; Able to use social media outlets to engage viewers; Must be able to work well under pressure and with limited supervision; Strong initiative and attention to detail; Ability to maintain a positive work atmosphere by behaving in a manner that will work well with co-workers, supervisors and viewers. Essential Functions: Generate, gather and provide news and information in the most accurate, appealing, timely and creative way; Use writing skills for on-air and on-line; Write and post website original stories prior to airing of the television version; Demonstrate sound news judgment and ability to tell stories with pictures and natural sound; Must be able to utilize non-linear editing equipment on a daily basis; Must be a visual storyteller and have the ability to come up with creative stand-ups and ways to explain a story; Develop and maintain sources; Participate in story selection process through meetings; attendance at editorial meetings is required; play an active role in editorial process; Attend/host/speak at community service, schools and community events; meet and greet viewers; Various shift work and holiday work is required; Critique, feedback and training are part of the job; Follow clothing and appearance guidelines; Perform other duties as assigned. The position offers a competitive wage and a comprehensive benefit package, including group health & dental, paid time off, 401(k) and more. WSBT is owned by a privately-held multimedia company, Schurz Communications, Inc. Additional information is available at www.schurz.com and via the following video link: http://youtu.be/7OuMd2ikx7k Interested candidates should visit www.schurz.jobs and search Requisition Number WSBT1893 to apply.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
52+ weeks
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
06/30/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Preferred
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Dan West
Title
Recruitment Assistant
Street Address 1
1301 E. Douglas Rd.
Street Address 2
City
Mishawaka
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46626
Main Phone
301-791-6874
Main Fax
301-791-6993
Website Address
www.schurz.jobs
Submission Date
03/09/2015
Job Title
Financial Advisors
Business Name
Modern Woodmen of America
Business Purpose
Financial Services
Job Category
Insurance
Job Description
A career with Modern Woodmen of America means your in business for yourself but not by yourself. Our financial service professionals help individuals and families plan for a secure future. We are a member-owned financial service origination and are currently starting our 133rd year in business. If you were to break down our structure it would be around 70% financial services and investments and 30% life insurance. There are roughly 30 people in our region and we service all of Michigan and Northern Indiana. Each Financial Advisor can sell in whatever territory they would like, there are no restrictions in that sense. Prior sales experience is welcome but not a must. Modern Woodmen offers extensive training and guidance from local managers and home office staff and proven systems to effectively build a successful business. The training you need to succeed. Last but not least, as a Modern Woodmen representative you will have the ability to make an impact in your local community.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Personal Visit
Deadline to Apply
05/01/2014
Minimum Education
Associates Degree Preferred
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Own Transportation
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Modern Woodmen of America offers you yearly trips and awards, recognition, and bonuses; excellent management opportunities, unlimited income potential along with a free benefit package; professional training and the opportunity to build your own practice while protecting the lives of others.
Contact Person
Brett Cropsey
Title
Managing Partner
Street Address 1
158 E. Main St.
Street Address 2
City
Marcellus
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49067
Main Phone
269-646-1580
Main Fax
269-646-1582
Website Address
www.mwacareers.org