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Submission Date
07/29/2015
Job Title
AmeriCorps NCCC Team Leader
Business Name
AmeriCorps NCCC Team Leader
Business Purpose
National Community Service
Job Category
Other
Job Description
We’re looking for experienced leaders…this could be you. The AmeriCorps NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) Team Leader coordinates the activities of 10-12 Corps Members in service projects that generally last 6-8 weeks on community outreach projects in the areas of natural and other disasters, environment, energy conservation, infrastructure improvement and urban and rural development. He/She serves as a role model, facilitator, educator and safety manager while encouraging high standards for 18-24 year old members involved in community-based service learning projects. The Team Leader serves as a liaison between the campus and project sponsor and reports directly to a Unit Leader. NCCC Team Leaders serves as a role model, facilitator, educator and safety manager while encouraging high standards for 18-24 year old members at one of our five campuses. These campuses are located in Denver, CO; Baltimore, MD; Sacramento, CA; Vicksburg, MS; and Vinton, IA. In exchange for an 11-month commitment, Team Leaders receive the following: living allowance of $12,500, room and board, limited health and child care benefits, education award of $5,775, student loan forbearance, uniforms, transportation to and from the campus at the beginning and end of the program, and the opportunity to travel and learn new skills. Duties and Responsibilities: Supervise, motivate, direct, and coordinate a team of young adults in a structured program of service, education, and training; maintain order; develop positive team morale; foster teamwork; monitor standards of behavior; ensure the safety of the members, including the proper use of equipment; model a good work ethic and work alongside members to set the work pace. Plan daily and weekly team schedules that will result in the execution of project objectives and activities. Manage service-learning projects, locally or on spikes (sites away from the main campus where teams establish temporary living arrangements for up to two months). Coordinate project logistics with unit leaders and project sponsors, participate in staff and member meetings, and serve as programmatic and administrative liaison between members and staff. Conduct regularly scheduled team meetings designed to unify team members by building consensus, resolving conflicts, and providing structured feedback. Facilitate, encourage, support, and model service learning integration. Conduct or coordinate training such as skills building workshops, safe work practices, team-building exercises, mini-courses, and physical training in collaboration with NCCC staff. AmeriCorps NCCC seeks applicants who have supervisory experience working with young adults and a high degree of patience, flexibility, and adaptability. The Team Leader position is a demanding job that requires long and intense hours. Applicants must be prepared for many challenges and be willing to make an 11-month commitment. For more information, go to http://www.nationalservice.gov/nccc.
Job Type
Temporary Full-Time
Job Duration
27-52 weeks
Hours Per Week
40+
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
09/01/2015
Minimum Education
Other
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Angela Sarrels
Title
Community Relations Specialist
Street Address 1
1004 G Ave
Street Address 2
City
Vinton
State
Iowa
Zip Code
52349
Main Phone
319-472-9664
Main Fax
n/a
Submission Date
07/29/2015
Job Title
AmeriCorps NCCC Corps Member
Business Name
Corporation for National and Community Service
Business Purpose
National Community Service
Job Category
Other
Job Description
Are you interested in traveling the country and earning money for school while helping communities in need? If so, AMERICORPS NCCC may be for you. AMERICORPS NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) is a residential national service program for men and women between the ages of 18 and 24. For 10 months, NCCC members serve on teams to meet urgent community needs in the areas of natural and other disasters, environment, energy conservation, infrastructure improvement and urban and rural development. Teams work on projects throughout the country with non-profit programs, state and local agencies, and other community and faith-based groups. Members are assigned to one of five NCCC campuses, located in Denver, CO; Baltimore, MD; Sacramento, CA; Vicksburg, MS; and Vinton, IA. During the 10 month term of service they will complete a variety of 6-8 week-long projects throughout a multi-state region. NCCC members are provided with housing, food, health benefits, transportation to projects and qualified student loan forbearance. They earn a modest living stipend of about $200 every two weeks, before taxes are withheld. Upon successful completion of the program, they also earn a $5,775 education award that can be applied to future schooling or to pay off existing student loans. For more information, visit http://www.nationalservice.gov/nccc. Qualifications: 18-24 years old and U.S. citizen, national or lawful permanent resident alien *Priority will be given to applicants with knowledge, skills and abilities in leadership, motivation, commitment, flexibility, team building and a strong work ethic.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
27-52 weeks
Hours Per Week
40+
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
10/01/2015
Minimum Education
Other
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Angela Sarrels
Title
Community Relations Associate
Street Address 1
1004 G Ave
Street Address 2
City
Vinton
State
Iowa
Zip Code
52349
Main Phone
319-472-9664
Main Fax
n/a
Submission Date
07/27/2015
Job Title
Fleet and Facilities Analyst
Business Name
Indiana Toll Road Concession Company
Business Purpose
To provide customer service to our patrons who use the road.
Job Category
Other
Job Description
Position Summary: The Fleet and Facilities Analyst position exists primarily to provide analytical feedback to management which will aide in the development and tracking of ITR’s short and long term vision regarding fleet maintenance and replacement program as well as its contractual commitment to maintaining ITR’s facilities and facilities annual plan. The position itself does not require the incumbent to have a working knowledge of equipment and facility repairs, but does require the individual to be a very well organized individual with a strong analytical approach to business. Direct Relationships: Although the position reports directly to the COO, the analyst will work closely with various members of ITR’s executive management team as well as department and mid-level managers. Position Responsibilities: Assist in the development of ITR’s asset management platform during the implementation stage. Once implemented and functioning, the analyst will be responsible for maintaining accurate and readily-available data on ITR’s fleet and facilities. Promote safety within all aspects of work; Assist management in short and long-term fleet replacement plan based on historic data relating to fleet condition, maintenance costs and equipment needs; Provides management with critical feedback during the specification development process prior to the purchase of new fleet equipment. Monitor through asset management and adjust as needed the process to ensure proper preventative maintenance for both vehicles/equipment and facilities. Collaborate periodically with ITR’s roadway maintenance leadership team and mechanics to better assess ITR’s fleet needs. Collaborate with various members of management and building maintenance staff to better assess the condition of ITR’s facilities as well as equipment located within each facility, such as HVAC units and boilers. Assist the COO and other members of management during annual budget preparations to ensure ITR is prioritizing properly repairs and replacement of its fleet and facilities equipment. Maintain a complete and readily-available inventory of all ITR equipment and vehicles as well as a complete listing of all equipment located in each facility along the Indiana Toll Road. The implementation of an asset management system will greatly aide in this requirement, however, the asset management platform will only be as effective as the data input Participate in pre and post-winter storm meeting and providing an up-to-date status of all snow fighting equipment using the FletCon categories listed below. Generates real-time reports and submits to the COO on a routine basis providing current fleet condition using the following Fleet Condition (FletCon) categories: FletCon1 Fully operational, ready for service; FletCon2 Fully operational, but out of service for routine preventative maintenance; FletCon3 Operational and safe for roadway use, however minor repairs that do not impact the overall functionality of the equipment are needed and should be scheduled as soon as possible; FletCon4 Equipment has been reported or detected to have mechanical issues that prevent it from being used in a safe manner. ITR mechanical staff needs to make repairs prior to its return-to-service; FletCon5 Equipment needs to be evaluated and repaired by vendor as repairs are too complex, under warranty or extensive body work is needed as result of equipment engaged in accident. Aide management in the creation, implementation and adherence to policies related to fleet and facilities management; Responsible for updating ITR’s annual Facilities Operations Plan which is submitted annually to the Indiana Finance Authority as required by the Concession Lease Agreement (CLA); Participate in ITR’s annual facilities inspections as required by the CLA while coordinating and tracking priority one deficiencies to ensure completion within limits set by the CLA; Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications: College-level graduate; Must be an effective communicator both in written and oral form; Intermediate to expert level in Microsoft Excel with working knowledge of pivot tables; Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license; Although it is not necessary to have a strong background in fleet and facilities analytical work, incumbent must be a self-starter with the ability to learn quickly ITR’s fleet and facility program; Focus on the safety on ITR’s employees and customers; 1-3 years in a business environment with past analytical duties. Desirable Experience: Past analytical work related to fleet and facilities is desirable, but not required.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Fax Resume,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
08/15/2015
Minimum Education
Associates Degree Required
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Own Transportation
,Physical Exam
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Ruth Sokol
Title
HR Intern
Street Address 1
52551 Ash Road
Street Address 2
City
Granger
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46530
Main Phone
5746512400
Main Fax
5746512424
Website Address
www.ezpassin.com
Submission Date
07/22/2015
Job Title
Machine Operator
Business Name
Ameri-Kart Corp.
Business Purpose
Custom Manufacturer of Rotational Molded Products
Job Category
Manufacturing/Industrial/Production
Job Description
Position Title: Rotocast Machine Operator; Report to: Rotocast Supervisor. Position Summary: Operate rotational molding equipment to produce plastic parts as described on paperwork and as assigned by Supervisor. Essential Job Functions: The Rotocast Machine Operator duties may include, but are not limited to the following: 1) Check the paperwork against the molds that are on the machine. 2) Fill powder boxes and make sure that the box matches the mold. 3) Plan your shift, check mold sheet for colors and any mold changes that are to be made during your shift. Also, check for any cooling fixture changes. 4) Follow all safety Procedures. 5) Required housekeeping. 6) Follow quality procedure: Check paperwork for any special quality requirements in the set up guide. Sample parts check paperwork in the job instruction packet, use white gloves on lighter colored parts, use white quality stickers and make sure the information is filled out and legible, use reject stickers on all nonconforming products produced and move the rejected parts to the area designated for disposition. Ameri-Kart is ISO certified. With this certification we hold quality very highly. If you are unsure of part quality we encourage you to call QC or your supervisor. We will always strive for continuous improvement. Any suggestions you may have on improving, please notify your supervisor. 7) Perform other duties as assigned. Education: High school diploma or G.E.D preferred but NOT necessary. Age: min. 18yrs of age. Experience: No prior experience is required Knowledge: Communicate effectively with co-workers and supervisors, able to read basic English and spelling for daily paperwork. Abilities: Interpret written and oral instructions. Work effectively with minimal supervision. Analyze situations and take appropriate action. Work independently and in a team.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Personal Visit,Fax Resume,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
08/03/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
10.00-13.00
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Maggie Gibson
Title
Human Resource Manager
Street Address 1
17196 State Road 120
Street Address 2
City
Bristol
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46507
Main Phone
574-848-7462
Main Fax
574-848-5589
Website Address
www.amerikart.com
Submission Date
07/22/2015
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
20-29
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume
Deadline to Apply
08/15/2015
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
07/20/2015
Job Title
Lawn Application Specialist
Business Name
Turf Life Nutritional Solutions
Business Purpose
Lawn Fertilizing & Weed Control
Job Category
Landscaping/Gardening
Job Description
If you love the working outdoors and want to apply your business and customer service skills to making an income and growing your career, you'll enjoy working for Turf Life Nutritional Solution, a growing lawn care company in the Southwest Michigan. You will make timely lawn applications, assess lawn problems through service calls and sell services to new and existing customers. In this position you will work independently and essentially be your own boss day-to-day. You will get to see the outcomes of your hard-work daily, we are a results oriented company and so are our customers! Responsibilities: Applies fertilizers and herbicides to lawns according to schedule, safety procedures, and label instructions. Drives company vehicle to customer locations. • Responds on a timely basis to customer requests for telephone and in-person service calls. Completing required production forms and customer instructions. Assisting in sales to current customers through contact on route. Measuring the lawn of potential customers to provide them with an accurate cost of services. Maintaining vehicle and equipment through cleanliness, safety, and general maintenance. If you are motivated, hardworking and customer oriented we want you on our team!
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
25-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
08/01/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Lifting Requirements
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Qualifications: Entrepreneurs spirit of working independent and being successful; Qualified candidates will be at least 21 years old; Possess a valid driver’s license; Have a High School diploma; Background in Landscaping/Mowing Lawns or working outdoors (1 year or more); Desire to perform business calls with customers to sell new business; Outgoing people-person who likes to solve problems and is detail oriented. Interested applicants can email/call/text. Email preferred.
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Zachary Morris
Title
President
Street Address 1
50853 Roth Rd.
Street Address 2
City
Dowagiac
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49047
Main Phone
574-850-4866
Main Fax
574-850-4866
Website Address
Submission Date
07/17/2015
Job Title
Inventory Specialist
Business Name
Indiana Toll Road Concessions
Business Purpose
Providing customer service to patrons that use our road.
Job Category
Other
Job Description
Position Responsibilities: Assistant the Purchasing Manager in all areas of purchasing and Central Facility as directed; Review expenditures and provide input for areas of improvement in terms of cost and usage; Monitor inventory supplies to ensure we are maintaining optimal supply levels and purchasing/consuming in a cost efficient manner; Analyse company inventory needs, including working with departments to create equipment maintenance schedules and determining stock needs; Be cross-trained in warehouse/delivery procedures; Meet periodically with all ITR departments to ensure proper supply of required goods are maintained; Monitor operation and condition of ITRCC property; Must be ready to aid in emergency situations; Work with Purchasing department to monitor supply inventories for optimal cost and operational efficiencies; Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications: High school diploma/ GED; Knowledge of accounting and bookkeeping procedures; Knowledge of purchasing procedures; Knowledge of contracting and leasing procedures; Ability to communicate with all departments both orally and in writing; Ability to solve problems promptly; Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license. Desirable Experience: 1-3 years experience working in a similar position.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Fax Resume,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
08/31/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Own Transportation
,Physical Exam
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
15.00/hour
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Ruth Sokol
Title
Human Resource Intern
Street Address 1
52551 Ash Road
Street Address 2
City
Granger
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46530
Main Phone
574-651-2400
Main Fax
574-651-2424
Website Address
Submission Date
07/17/2015
Job Title
Software Developer
Business Name
Indiana Toll Road Concessions
Business Purpose
Providing customer service to patrons using our road.
Job Category
Information Technology/Computers
Job Description
Position Responsibilities: Researching, designing and writing new software programs and applications to achieve corporate objectives; Testing new programs and fault finding; Investigating new technologies; Evaluating the software and systems that make computers and hardware work; Developing existing programs by analysing and identifying areas for modification; Maintaining the systems once they are up and running; Working closely with other staff, such as managers, developers and system analysts; Performs related work as required. Qualifications: Bachelor’s or associates degree or enrolled in college level course with a concentration in IT, MIS or software development; Expertise in current computer hardware and software; Ability to use one or more development language; Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing; Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
29-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Fax Resume,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
08/31/2015
Minimum Education
Some College Coursework Completed
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Own Transportation
,Physical Exam
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Ruth Sokol
Title
Human Resource Intern
Street Address 1
52551 Ash Road
Street Address 2
City
Granger
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46530
Main Phone
5746512400
Main Fax
5746512424
Website Address
Submission Date
07/17/2015
Job Title
Junior Varsity Volleyball Coach
Business Name
Lawrence Jr/Sr High School
Business Purpose
Education of Jr and Sr High School Students
Job Category
Education/Training
Job Description
Please send letter of interest/resume by July 28, 2015 to: Eric Adams, Athletic Director, Lawrence Junior-Senior High School, 650 W. St. Joseph St., Lawrence, MI 49064, EricAdams@lawrencetigers.com. Qualifications: Sport specific participation; Coaching experience preferred; Reports to: School Athletic Director, Principal or administrator designee. Job Goal: To help each participating student achieve a high level of skill, an appreciation for the values of discipline and sportsmanship, and an increased level of self-esteem. Critical Skills: Previous and extensive Volleyball coaching experience. 2. Work well with athletes. 3. Ability to speak clearly and audibly to various groups expressing ideas in a logical and forthright manner. 4. Ability to quickly analyze a situation and provide prompt advice. 5. Ability to respond to information requests in a courteous, timely and helpful manner. 6. Ability to work constructively and cooperatively with others. 7. Ability to travel as needed. Performance Responsibilities: 1. Enforce all rules of the Michigan High School Athletic Association and School. 2. Maintain an accurate squad roster at all times. 3. Verify that no candidate is issued equipment or allowed to practice until he/she has completed a physical exam/participation agreement form. 4. Supervise practice sessions and maintain security of the locker room. 5. Serve as an advisor to the students on his/her squad. 6. Report injuries of participants to proper school officials. Follow injury policy as explained in Coach’s handbook. 7. Support and facilitate established decisions and policy decisions of a general nature that are in keeping with the established policies and procedures of the school. 8. Organize a system for uniform and equipment checkout and ensure that all students are accountable at the conclusion of each season. 9. Support the total athletic program of the Lawrence school system. 10. Attend all coaches meetings. 11. Assist with scouting of teams when necessary.
Job Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Duration
7-12 weeks
Hours Per Week
15
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Mail Resume
Deadline to Apply
07/28/2015
Minimum Education
High School Student
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
2768 starting
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Eric Adams
Title
Athletic Director
Street Address 1
650 West St Joseph Street
Street Address 2
City
Lawrence
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49064
Main Phone
269-674-8233
Main Fax
269-539-5895
Website Address
www.lawrencetigers.com
Submission Date
07/16/2015
Job Title
Security Installation Technician
Business Name
SCI Alarm Inc.
Business Purpose
Security Installations
Job Category
Electronics
Job Description
Install service and inspect security, fire, access and CCTV systems. Properly prepare for jobs including, paperwork, loading parts, wire and tools. Efficiently and effectively communicate job progress with administrative staff and customers. Assemble and program new and existing panels and equipment. Complete and process required paperwork in a timely fashion. Follow safety rules and good driving habits. Follow SCI Alarm policies and procedures. Represent SCI Alarm in a positive and professional manner. Any other duties assigned by supervisor(s).
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
08/16/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Minimum High School Diploma OR High School Diploma or GED, plus a Trade school or at least 1 year experience in the service or installation of low voltage security equipment (ie: alarm systems, camera systems, fire systems or access control systems.
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Shea Elmerick
Title
Operations Manager
Street Address 1
51591 Indiana State Route 933
Street Address 2
City
South Bend
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46637
Main Phone
574-277-3322
Main Fax
574-277-3322
Submission Date
07/14/2015
Job Title
Soil Erosion and Drain Maintenance Supervisor
Business Name
Van Buren County Administration Building
Business Purpose
Drain Commissioner
Job Category
Maintenance/Grounds/Janitorial
Job Description
The purpose of this position is to administer, manage and enforce the provisions of the Soil Erosion and Sedimentation Control Act. Supervise & perform maintenance and inspections on county drains. The work is performed under the direction of the County Drain Commissioner. The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned: review proposed site plans; determine appropriate control measures and conduct on-site inspections; issue permits, notices and approvals; collects fees and issues receipts for payment; prepares, reviews, and monitors department budget and maintains financial records; supervises and coordinates maintenance of county drains with a variety of of work crews, including community service workers, contractors, and the Alternative Worker Program; Schedules program activities and tasks; prioritizes work schedule and ensures timely completion; inspects county drains noting needed repairs; inspects drain repairs and construction work ensuring that slope and depth is in compliance with standards and specifications; inspects projects upon their completion to ensure that dirt has been leveled and there are no erosion problems; implements tile repair and inspects work for conformance with standards and specifications; responds to inquiries, communications, and correspondence; provides information and referrals; provides technical support and assistance as appropriate; develops and prepares a variety of forms, ledgers, documents, listings and reports; maintain document files; prepares correspondence and memos; supervises the application of herbicides on county drains; coordinates the areas to be sprayed with landowners; operates and oversees the use of power equipment used to clear and dispose of trees and brush; and researches, recommends, and purchases equipment and tools needed for drain maintenance and repair.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
37.5
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Personal Visit
Deadline to Apply
08/14/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
3-4 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
16.58-21.05
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Jennifer Fitzpatrick
Title
Benefits Specialist
Street Address 1
219 E. Paw Paw Street Suite 303
Street Address 2
City
Paw Paw
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49079
Main Phone
269-657-8235
Main Fax
269-657-2547
Submission Date
07/10/2015
Job Title
Workplace Safety Representative (Safety Officer)
Business Name
Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA)
Business Purpose
Health and Safety
Job Category
Government/Civil Service
Job Description
A WSR (Safety Officer) inspects workplaces for compliance with occupational safety regulations.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
07/25/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Required
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
,Physical Exam
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in any major. As an alternative to a bachelor's degree, the candidate must have an educational level typically acquired through completion of high school, AND 1) One year of responsibility for workplace safety in a general industry environment, or, 2) One year of experience investigating/inspecting industrial plants for compliance with occupational safety standards. It is helpful if the candidate has spent several years operating and/or repairing machines or equipment in an industrial setting.
Hourly Wage-Range
18.93-29.16
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
The benefit package includes health, life, vision, and dental insurance; sick leave; vacation leave; alternative work schedules; tax-deferred retirement investment program (401(k)/457); up to a 7% state match towards the retirement fund; and the option to purchase other benefits such as long-term disability insurance. The WSR is assigned a state vehicle for work use which must be parked in Otsego County.
Contact Person
LARA
Title
Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
Street Address 1
P.O. Box 30643 7150 Harris Drive
Street Address 2
City
Lansing
State
Michigan
Zip Code
48909-8143
Main Phone
800-866-4674
Main Fax
800-866-4674
Website Address
Submission Date
07/08/2015
Job Title
Spanish Teacher
Business Name
Brandywine Community Schools
Business Purpose
Public Schools
Job Category
Education/Training
Job Description
Secondary Spanish Teacher, must be Highly Qualified, must have Michigan certification with FF endorsement, prefer additional endorsements.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
27-52 weeks
Hours Per Week
Per contract
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Fax Resume,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
07/30/2015
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. Patrick Weckel
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
07/07/2015
Job Title
Early Education Teacher
Business Name
Growing Kids Learning Center
Business Purpose
Childcare and Preschool Center
Job Category
Child Care/Caregiver
Job Description
A teaching staff member is responsible for providing quality child care services for the children assigned to them consistent with the goals, philosophy, policies, and procedures outlined in the Staff Handbook and the Operations Manual. The ideal candidate meets all state requirements for child care workers, including annual in service hours, medical examinations, and pass a background and drug test. He or she must be physically able to interact with children on a day to day basis (stoop and bend, squat, lift up to 30 pounds, etc.), can work in a noisy and high stress environment, can take direction and communicate effectively with children and staff, and can work well both independently and as part of a team. RESPONSIBILITIES: Ensures the safety of the children in his/her care; Prepares and executes weekly lesson plans; Organizes and leads activities designed to promote physical, mental, and social development, such as games, arts and crafts, music, storytelling, and field trips; Teaches basic skills such as color, shape, number and letter recognition, personal hygiene, and social skills; Maintains the company’s high standards for customer service; Cleans and maintains the classroom areas; Attends all staff meetings and required center functions; Assists with the preparation of and supervises student meals and snacks; Participates in continued professional development through recommended training programs, seminars, etc.; Maintains all state requirements for child care workers, including annual in service hours, medical examinations, and immunizations; May help with ordering supplies, staff scheduling, center opening or closing, holiday/special event coordinating, special projects, newsletters, and advertising or promotional efforts; Performs other duties as assigned.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
52+ weeks
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Personal Visit,Fax Resume,Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
12/29/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Lifting Requirements
,Physical Exam
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Associates Degree in Early Childhood Education preferred
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
BENEFITS -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- •Staff Member Tuition Discounts •Continuing Education Plan •Medical Insurance •Dental Insurance •Vision Insurance •Family Environment •Flexible Schedule •Paid Time Off (PTO) •6 Paid Holidays
Contact Person
Emily Magagula
Title
Director
Street Address 1
2601 N. Bendix Drive
Street Address 2
City
South Bend
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46628
Main Phone
(574) 288-3992
Main Fax
(574) 288-3901
Website Address
www.growingkids.com
Submission Date
07/07/2015
Job Title
Male Ballroom Dance Instructors
Business Name
Sharon's Dance Studio
Business Purpose
Ballroom Dance Studio
Job Category
Recreation
Job Description
Sharon's Dance Studio is hiring Male Ballroom Dance Instructors! If you have dance or theater experience, are personable, energetic, and have rhythm you are the perfect person for Sharon's. If you have no experience but willing to learn, we will train and prepare you for your new career. Serious inquiries only. Call to get started today.
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
28-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
08/07/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Sharon Fisher
Title
Owner
Street Address 1
6857 West Main Suite 4
Street Address 2
City
Kalamazoo
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49009
Main Phone
269-544-2420
Main Fax
N/A
Submission Date
07/07/2015
Job Title
Experienced 1st/3rd Shift MIG Welders
Business Name
Scope Services
Business Purpose
Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Construction, Maintenance Contracting, and temporary staffing
Job Category
Manufacturing/Industrial/Production
Job Description
Must have experience welding in a production environment; Experience fitting in jigs and tack welding to spec not required but preferred; Experience with Mig welding required; Must have a background in other fabrication tools and equipment; Must be able to read a tape measure and blueprints; Must be able to lift at least 90 pounds; STEEL TOE BOOTS & WELDING HELMET/GLOVES REQUIRED. Please submit full resume to be considered! 1st/3rd shift available. Pay depends on experience. Eligible to receive $20 weekly attendance bonus in addition to hourly wage. When overtime is scheduled, it is mandatory. MUST PASS BACKGROUND CHECK AND DRUG SCREEN.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
08/07/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
2-3 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Misty Weaver
Title
Staffing Coordinator
Street Address 1
2095 Niles Ave #1
Street Address 2
City
St. Joseph
State
Michigan
Zip Code
4908
Main Phone
269-983-1554
Main Fax
269-983-1554
Submission Date
07/07/2015
Job Title
Executive Director, Michigan Center for Student Success
Business Name
Michigan Center for Student Success
Business Purpose
Michigan Community College Association
Job Category
Management/Executive
Job Description
Provide overall leadership and management of MCSS; Sustain/expand buy-in from the colleges for an overarching student success agenda; Facilitate ongoing dialogue with the MCSS Advisory Committee to ensure timely progress toward the implementation of the existing three-year strategic plan; Foster an ongoing student success-focused policy agenda for the State of Michigan and the 29 community colleges and support MCCA's efforts to influence relevant legislation; Leverage the emerging state data system to meet the data needs of the colleges and build research partnerships with the universities in the state; Oversee the implementation of high-quality convening such as the annual Student Success Summit, quarterly Michigan Student Success Network meetings, regional faculty conversations, and other emerging professional development opportunities; Direct the numerous initiatives managed by the MCSS and ensure timely grant reporting to the respective funders; Participate in relevant national convenings and networks as appropriate; Establish a stronger marketing/public relations strategy, ensuring MCSS's mission and accomplishments are presented in a strong, positive image to relevant stakeholders; Direct the 2 1/2 MCSS staff members including the Director of Research and Institutional Practice, the Director of Veteran and Transfer Initiatives, and the MCSS Administrative Assistant (who splits time with MCCA); Manage several consulting relationships for ongoing projects and initiatives; Manage the annual MCSS budget and allocate available resources to support the organizational mission and goals; Lead fundraising efforts by identifying additional resource needs, researching funding opportunities, establishing relationships with funders, and crafting funding proposals; and Oversee the ongoing assessment of MCSS's work and effectiveness. Qualifications: Minimum of a Master's degree in relevant discipline; Experience with and deep knowledge of student success and completion issues including institutional, state, and national policy as well as related data issues; Experience soliciting and managing grants and workijng with private philanthropy; Experience working with community college trustees, administrators, and faculty; Ability to work in a complex environment with large teams of professionals; and Ability to communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in writing. Compensation: Negotiable and commensurate with experience. How to Apply: Please email a copy of your resume, cover letter, and three professional references to: Dr. Adriana Phelan, Vice President, Michigan Community College Association (aphelan@mcca.org). Applications welcome until position is filled. Review of applications will begin on July 15, 2015.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40+
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
08/07/2015
Minimum Education
Masters Degree Required
Years of Experience
2-3 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Mike Hansen
Title
MCCA President
Street Address 1
222 North Chestnut Street
Street Address 2
City
Lansing
State
Michigan
Zip Code
48933
Main Phone
517-372-4350
Main Fax
517-372-0905
Submission Date
07/01/2015
Job Title
2nd Shift QC Engineering Tech
Business Name
Scope Services - New Troy, MI
Business Purpose
Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Construction, Maintenance Contracting, and temporary staffing
Job Category
Engineering
Job Description
Necessary Traits include: Self-Motivated, Detail-Oriented, Organized, Team-Oriented, and Fast Learner. Experience required includes: PC Dmis experience, Strong bluepring reading/interpretation and GD & T, Strong problem solving techniques, Microsoft experience, Demonstrate multi-tasking abilities, and Strong working knowledge of gauges such as: Trimos, Millipore testing, Contracer, Optical comparator, and Air gauges. Responsibilities include: Program and set up all CMM machines, Perform all 1st pc. Inspection and all in-process inspection, Assist and/or lead continual improvement projects, Follow all daily QC priorities and responsibilities, Design and develop more efficient processes for the QC lab, Assist all QC Techs with technical issues and concerns, and Design and develop all non-standard QC processes. Physical Requirements include: Bending, stooping, reaching, twisting, lifting, pushing, pulling and moving items; Responding to public address system announcements; Walking and standing; Ability to lift fifty (50) pounds or more. Environmental Job Requirements: Due to forklifts and other heavy equipment traveling through the shop, temporary cracks may appear in the floor, causing an uneven walking surface. The shop environment can be dusty and noisy. Doors are frequently open, causing drafts and interior temperature changes. Floors around work area may become slippery during wet weather conditions, or liquids such as coolants and oils from the machinery. May have to handle parts with sharp edges. Passing forklifts emit gas fumes. Tools, supplies, and related materials may contain hazardous materials. May have to occasionally work outdoors where temperatures and climate can fluctuate. Personal Protection Equipment: The wearing of safety glasses when working on the shop floor is required. Management has the right to add or change theses duties of the positions at any time.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Personal Visit
Deadline to Apply
08/01/2015
Minimum Education
Certification Required
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
Misty Weaver
Title
Staffing Coordinator
Street Address 1
2095 Niles Road
Street Address 2
City
St. Joseph
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49085
Main Phone
269-982-2413
Main Fax
269-983-8040
Submission Date
07/01/2015
Job Title
Full & Part Time Maintenance
Business Name
Scope Services
Business Purpose
Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Construction, Maintenance Contracting, and temporary staffing
Job Category
Maintenance/Grounds/Janitorial
Job Description
Large Apartment Complex in St. Joseph, MI has an immediate opening for experience Maintenance Techs. No matter the repair, you, as a company representative, will be the face of the company. You take your work seriously and understand that the residents are the center of the apartment community. As a maintenance technician, you are responsible for the appearance and working order of the property, including individual apartments, exterior and common areas. As a maintenance tech, you are a hands-on problem solver who: Works directly with residents and team members to diagnose, assess & repair issues including electrical, plumbing, HVAC, appliances, tile, carpet, walls, and flooring; Maintains records of customer interactions and transactions, recording details including actions taken; Follows up on unresolved customer service issues to ensure issue resolution; Prioritizes and manages your daily workload to ensure successful completion; and Maintains a working knowledge of policies and procedures and their proper application including efficiency, service and quality targets. Requirements: Beyond your vast technical experience with construction, electrical, HVAC, boilers and mechanical and their maintenance and repair, you have a proven ability to deliver great customer service. More important than the computer systems, hand tools, and power tools is making the resident happy to be a part of our community. We require you to have multi-family housing experience with: Accomplished at delivering professional results along with customer service; A minimum of 2 years of experience in maintenance, construction, mechanical, HVAC, electrical, plumbing including appliance repair, power, water, and sewer distribution; Proven knowledge and application of codes, laws and regulations pertaining to public buildings and fire including AD; Willing to work non-traditional hours including nights, weekends and holidays.
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Personal Visit
Deadline to Apply
08/01/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
DOE
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Misty Weaver
Title
Staffing Coordinator
Street Address 1
2095 Niles Road
Street Address 2
City
St. Joseph
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49085
Main Phone
269-982-2413
Main Fax
269-983-8040
Submission Date
07/01/2015
Job Title
1st and 3rd Shift Machine Operators
Business Name
Scope Services
Business Purpose
Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Construction, Maintenance Contracting, and temporary staffing
Job Category
Manufacturing/Industrial/Production
Job Description
1st and 3rd Shift Machine Operators needed in St. Joseph, MI! Duties will include: assisting in the production of large steel beams, operating machinery, and performing general labor duties. Must be able to bend and lift and must also be able to lift 90 pounds. Steel toe boots are required. The starting pay for this position is $10 per hour and eligible to receive $20 weekly attendance bonus in addition to hourly wage. When overtime is scheduled, it is mandatory, Manufacturing/factory experience is required. MUST PASS BACKGROUND CHECK & DRUG SCREEN. Please submit full resume to be considered for open positions. Please apply at: Scope Services 2095 Niles Rd St. Joseph, MI 49085 (269) 982-2413
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Personal Visit
Deadline to Apply
08/01/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
10.00
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Misty Weaver
Title
Staffing Coordinator
Street Address 1
2095 Niles Road
Street Address 2
City
St. Joseph
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49085
Main Phone
269-982-2413
Main Fax
269-983-8040
Submission Date
07/01/2015
Job Title
Full Time Experience Excavator Operator
Business Name
Scope Services
Business Purpose
Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing, Construction, Maintenance Contracting, and temporary staffing
Job Category
Construction
Job Description
Immediate Opportunity for a Full Time Experienced Excavator Operator in Dowagiac, MI! The hours are Monday through Friday from 7:00am to 5:00pm paying $17.00 per hour. The duties include: installing septic systems, land clearing, demolition, and road building. Requirements include: Excavating experience, CDL Class A, and experience using a back hoe, dump truck and bull dozer. MUST PASS A BACKGROUND CHECK AND DRUG SCREEN. Please apply at Scope Services 2095 Niles Road St. Joseph, MI 49085 (269) 982-2413
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Personal Visit
Deadline to Apply
08/01/2015
Minimum Education
Certification Required
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
17.00
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Misty Weaver
Title
Staffing Coordinator
Street Address 1
2095 Niles Road
Street Address 2
City
St. Joseph
State
Michigan
Zip Code
49085
Main Phone
269-982-2413
Main Fax
269-983-8040
Submission Date
06/30/2015
Job Title
Purchasing and Administrative Assistant
Business Name
Thorlabs
Business Purpose
Manufacturing
Job Category
Purchasing
Job Description
Purpose of the Position: This is primarily a purchasing/administrative position at Thorlabs-UltraFast Optoelectronics (Ann Arbor, MI), a wholly owned subsidiary of Thorlabs, Inc. (Newton, NJ). This is an exciting opportunity to be a key staff member of our new product development team here in Ann Arbor. This position requires an individual with strong multi-tasking skills, attention to detail, and the ability to work independently in a small team, high-tech engineering environment. Candidate will be primarily involved with purchasing activities, inventory management, and being the interface to the Thorlabs ERP system (Microsoft Dynamics AX). Secondary responsibilities will involve some administrative jobs such as general office support, shipping & receiving and simple accounting/bookkeeping tasks. Excellent oral and written communication skills as well as experience with ERP systems, purchasing, & engineering support are a must. There is excellent growth potential in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment. The charter of UFO is to design, develop, and manufacture leading edge photonics instrumentation and opto-electronic products in concert with the broad technical base of Thorlabs’ other business units. UFO is committed to a customer-centered strategy, and is an active member of the Michigan photonics R&D community. Essential Job Functions include the following, but are not limited to: Key staff member for purchasing and ERP activities; Interact with vendors, negotiate pricing, and place orders; Interact closely with engineering team to identify and procure new parts; Establish and maintain UFO interface with corporate ERP system (Microsoft Dynamics AX); Maintain all purchasing, shipping, receiving, and expense ledgers for UFO; Inventory management and materials control; Limited customer communication; General office duties as required; filing, organizing, correspondence, schedules. In addition to the essential functions and duties listed above, all positions are also responsible for: Meeting company standards pertaining to quantity and quality of work performed on an ongoing basis, performing all work related tasks in a manner that is in compliance with all Company policies and procedures. Adhering to Company policies, procedures, and directives regarding standards of workplace behavior in completing job duties and assignments. The Company retains the right to change or assign other duties to this position. Qualifications Experience: 3+ years of ERP and/or purchasing experience. Education: AS or BS in engineering or purchasing related field. Specialized Knowledge and Skills: Must be able to maintain staff confidentiality; Candidate must be detail oriented and highly organized; Candidate must have excellent written and oral communication skills; Comfortable in start-up type environment; self-motivated individual. Other: NA. Organizational Relationships Direct Reports: None. Thorlabs values its diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identify or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age or veteran status. Job descriptions are not intended as and do not create employment contracts. The organization maintains its status as an at-will employer. Employees can be terminated for any reason not prohibited by law.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
52+ weeks
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
08/30/2015
Minimum Education
Associates Degree Preferred
Years of Experience
2-3 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Rosanny Hoffman
Title
Talent Acquisition Assistant
Street Address 1
110 Parkland Plaza
Street Address 2
City
Ann Arbor
State
Michigan
Zip Code
48103
Main Phone
973-300-3458
Main Fax
not applicable
Submission Date
06/30/2015
Job Title
Instructor/Assistant Professor of Automotive Technology
Business Name
Western Wyoming Community College
Business Purpose
Community College
Job Category
Education/Training
Job Description
Western Wyoming Community College is now taking applications for the above position. This is a full-time 9 month per year faculty position with duties to commence mid-August, 2015. The primary responsibility of this individual is to provide quality instruction to WWCC students enrolled in a variety of automotive classes taught at the main campus in Rock Springs. Courses taught include but are not limited to the 8 ASE areas: engine fundamentals, engine performance systems, brake systems, steering and suspension systems, including wheel alignment, automatic transmissions, manual transmissions, and other drive train components, heating and air conditioning systems and electric and electronic control systems. The Automotive Technology program is a NATEF certified program. Teaching "customized" courses that meet the needs of the local business or industry is also common. An Associate's degree in Automotive Technology plus five years of relevant work experience is required. ASE certification is also required. This position will remain open until filled; review of applications will begin on July 15, 2015. A completed WWCC application form, resume, letter of application and academic transcripts must be included in the application packet. To apply, visit the Western Wyoming Community College website at: https://wwccwy.peopleadmin.com/postings/search.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
07/30/2015
Minimum Education
Associates Degree Required
Years of Experience
More than 5 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Human Resources Director
Title
Human Resources
Street Address 1
2500 College Drive P.O. Box 428
Street Address 2
City
Rock Springs
State
Wyoming
Zip Code
82902
Main Phone
307-382-1610
Main Fax
307-382-1610
Submission Date
06/30/2015
Job Title
Instructor/Assistant Professor of Electrical and Instrumentation Technology
Business Name
Western Wyoming Community College
Business Purpose
Community College
Job Category
Education/Training
Job Description
Western Wyoming Community College is now taking applications for the above position. This is a full-time, 9 month per year faculty position with duties to commence mid-August, 2015. The primary responsibility of this individual is to provide instruction to WWCC students enrolled in Electrical and Instrumentation programs related to local industries. Candidates must have a strong background in electrical theory, instrumentation, and process control. This individual's responsibilities will include teaching basic to advanced courses related to electrical theory, instrumentation, and process control systems. May also teach T & I "core" courses, such as Blueprint Reading, Industrial Safety, or Technical Mathematics. An Associate's Degree in electrical instrumentation, electricity or related field is required along with five years of relevant work experience. This position will remain open until filled; review of applications will begin on July 15, 2015. A completed WWCC application form, resume, letter of application and academic transcripts must be included in the application packet. To apply, visit the Western Wyoming Community College website at: https://wwccwy.peopleadmin.com/postings/search. For further information, please contact Human Resources Office, Western Wyoming Community College, P.O. Box 428, Rock Springs, Wyoming 82902-0428. (307) 382-1610
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
07/30/2015
Minimum Education
Associates Degree Required
Years of Experience
More than 5 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Human Resources Director
Title
Human Resources
Street Address 1
2500 College Drive P.O. Box 428
Street Address 2
City
Rock Springs
State
Wyoming
Zip Code
82902
Main Phone
307-382-1610
Main Fax
307-382-1610
Submission Date
06/29/2015
Job Title
Header Operator
Business Name
Maclean-Fogg Component Solutions- Maynard
Business Purpose
Manufacturing
Job Category
Manufacturing/Industrial/Production
Job Description
Heading/Transfer Operator/Multi-Die Machine. Position Summary: The individual will be responsible for set up and running cold-heading machinery, making adjustments as needed, load machines,, weld wires, and re-band metal as needed. Position Description : 2nd Shift Operation; Set Ups / Running Heading Machine; Adjustments; Loading Machine; Weld Wire; Re-Band Metal; Minimum of 3 Years of Experience (running a multi-die machine); Minimum Education: High School Diploma or GED. EOE – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40-60
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
12/31/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
2-3 years
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
,Own Transportation
,Physical Exam
,Reference-Security Check
,Union Membership Required
Additional Qualifications
All applicants must apply online through our website for all positions Link to Apply: https://macleanfogg.prevueaps.com/jobs/l/14751.html
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
MFCS Offers all full time employees with full health/vision/dental benefits packages *other benefits are also available
Contact Person
Jennifer Hensel
Title
HR Generalist
Street Address 1
50855 East Russell Schmidt Blvd
Street Address 2
City
Chesterfield
State
Michigan
Zip Code
48051
Main Phone
248-658-7632
Main Fax
586-949-7940
Website Address
www.macleanfogg.com
Submission Date
06/29/2015
Job Title
Tool And Die Maker
Business Name
Maclean-Fogg Component Solutions- Maynard
Business Purpose
Manufacturing
Job Category
Manufacturing/Industrial/Production
Job Description
5 years minimum experience in Tool Room setting; Must be able to read and understand blue prints and work in 10th of thousands; Ability to run lathe, surface grinders, ID & OD grinders, CNC knowledge a plus; Ability to operate Assembly press; Ability to operate and read all types of measuring tools. Ability to set-up and use Bore gauges; Work with different tool steels such as carbide, O-1, M-2 and M-4. Journeyman’s card preferred. The ideal candidate would have worked making tooling for cold heading equipment. EOE – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40-60
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
10/01/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
3-4 years
Additionnal Requirements
Lifting Requirements
,Own Transportation
,Physical Exam
,Reference-Security Check
,Union Membership Required
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Full Medical/Dental/Vision/Life Insurance Benefits Packages Offered to all Full Time Employees. Other Benefits also available
Contact Person
Jennifer Hensel
Title
HR Generalist
Street Address 1
50855 East Russell Schmidt Blvd
Street Address 2
City
Chesterfield
State
Michigan
Zip Code
48051
Main Phone
248-658-7632
Main Fax
248-658-7600
Website Address
www.macleanfogg.com
Submission Date
06/29/2015
Job Title
Fall 2015 Engineering Internship
Business Name
Maclean-Fogg Component Solutions- Maynard
Business Purpose
Engineering
Job Category
Engineering
Job Description
Position Summary: The fall 2015 intern will be able to assist with administrative duties with 100% accuracy. Duties include: data entry, data gathering, and creating standard work instructions, as well as other job duties if assigned. Position Description: These projects include but are not limited to: 1) Data entry – taking information from prints and other documents and entering it into a database; 2) Data gathering – perform detail study audits on the floor (part of multiple PDCA projects); 3) Standard Work Instruction creation – follow what someone does during the day or on the computer and write work instruction; 4) Areas of Interest – Supply Chain, Operations, Application, Process, and OT. Requirements: Graduating High School senior or college student or graduate; Strong Computer Skills. Timing: August/September to TBD.
Job Type
Temporary Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
20-40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
09/01/2015
Minimum Education
Some College Coursework Completed
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Own Transportation
Additional Qualifications
MCFS-Maynard is seeking a college engineering intern for Fall 2015 semester. Position could be continuous. Requirements include: graduating high school senior /college student completing a degree in engineering or graduate of associates/bachelors/masters degree programs within a field of engineering. Individual must be willing to commute to Chesterfield MI on daily basis. Position maybe full time or part time internship dependent on the college schedule. Any questions, please see job description posted online at: https://macleanfogg.prevueaps.com/jobs/l/15597.html APPLICANTS MUST APPLY ONLINE @ https://macleanfogg.prevueaps.com/jobs/l/15597.html All other applications will not be accepted until processed through our online system.
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Jennifer Hensel
Title
HR Generalist
Street Address 1
50855 East Russell Schmidt Blvd
Street Address 2
City
Chesterfield
State
Michigan
Zip Code
48051
Main Phone
248-658-7632
Main Fax
847-837-3610
Website Address
http://www.macleanfogg.com
Submission Date
06/26/2015
Job Title
CENTRIA HEALTHCARE: REGISTERED NURSES (RN) AND LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES (LPN) IN WESTERN MICHIGAN
Business Name
Centria Health Care
Business Purpose
Job Application
Job Category
Healthcare/Medical/Health Services
Job Description
Centria Healthcare is one of the fastest growing, dynamic healthcare services companies in the Country. We provide in-home and center based rehabilitative and care services to high acuity pediatric patients, catastrophically injured individuals, and children with Autism. Centria Healthcare has developed a comprehensive program to care for individuals involved in the most serious accidents with potentially long term complications related to those accidents. 12 hr shifts; Competitive pay; Vent and Trach training provided; Part-time or Full-time work available; DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform duties outlined in patients plan of care; TBI + SCI rehabilitation; Pediatrics; Ventilator and Tracheotomy care; Gastrostomy tube care; Dispensing medications; Observe client’s physical, mental and emotional conditions; Report any changes; Document observed changes. Qualifications: Current state license as an RN or LPN; Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation; Current negative TB skin test or negative chest X-ray; Current flu vaccine; CPR certified; Centria Healthcare and Centria Home Rehabilitation are always looking to hire caring, professional and dedicated RNs and LPNs. We understand that our employees are our greatest asset. Competitive pay with direct deposit; • Mileage reimbursements for client transfers; Positive work environment; Flexible scheduling: full time, part time and overtime opportunities available. We can accommodate any schedule: weekdays, evenings, overnight, and weekends.
Job Type
Full or Part-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Phone for Appointment
Deadline to Apply
09/19/2015
Minimum Education
Other
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Whether you're beginning your nursing career or have experience in nursing, we are looking to find nurses in your area.
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Juan
Title
Recruiter
Street Address 1
41521 West 11 Mile Road
Street Address 2
City
Novi
State
Michigan
Zip Code
48375
Main Phone
248-229-0030
Main Fax
2489121566
Website Address
Submission Date
06/25/2015
Job Title
Tax Pro 1
Business Name
HR Block
Business Purpose
Tax Pro
Job Category
Accounting
Job Description
I. JOB SUMMARY – As a representative of H&R Block, you are responsible for providing an outstanding client experience by utilizing interview techniques that will help you determine the client’s needs and then offering the appropriate product or service that meets those needs.  You are expected to provide an accurate and complete tax return, using a high degree of ethics and integrity.  You will incorporate effective communication skills with both clients and fellow H&R Block associates, promoting teamwork and collaboration throughout the tax office and district. This job title includes the Certification Level/ Titles referenced in the H&R Block Tax Professional Certification Program.
Job Type
Part-Time
Job Duration
13-26 weeks
Hours Per Week
Vary
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online
Deadline to Apply
12/01/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Employment Test
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
vary
Annual Salary-Range
vary
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Jill Sewart
Title
ITC Ambasador
Street Address 1
170 Easy Shopping Pl
Street Address 2
City
Elkhart
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46516
Main Phone
5742291007
Main Fax
5742957931
Website Address
Submission Date
06/24/2015
Job Title
News Reporter
Business Name
Schurz Communications, Inc.
Business Purpose
Communications / Media
Job Category
Broadcast Publications/Media
Job Description
The market's leading broadcasting company, WSBT-TV, is looking for a Reporter to join our team. This is 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. The successful candidate must be able to represent WSBT effectively and positively in the community. Career advancement and training opportunities are available. A Bachelor’s degree in journalism or a related field is preferred, and a valid driver’s license, with good driving record, is required. Candidates must also submit previous three years of salary history. Essential Functions: Research, gather, and provide news and information in the most accurate, appealing, timely and creative way using all sources; Enterprise hard-news, research-driven pieces under tight deadlines; Develop and maintain sources of information and knowledge about assignments; Write and produce stories for daily newscasts and website ; Post and regularly update stories and other material on the web, often remotely while traveling; Conduct interviews in the field and on-set; Report “live” on the scene; Must update social media sites daily, including Facebook, to report stories and interact with viewers; Participate in story-selection process through meetings; regularly contribute story ideas; Enterprise, produce and edit packages; Demonstrate sound news judgment; collaborate with others to present the story in the best way; Ability to shoot television video, one-man band in an emergency is preferred. Must be able to utilize non-linear editing equipment on a daily basis; Communicate with the web staff and other appropriate staff members during breaking news; Follow clothing and appearance guidelines; Write and post website stories prior to airing of the television version; Work evenings, weekends, and holidays as needed; Perform other incidental and related duties as assigned; Make regular beat checks; Represent the station at public events; Produce daily one reporter package and one vo/sot/vo or other contribution on a different story; Must be able to utilize non-linear editing equipment on a daily basis; Present TV stories in alternative ways at least twice a week (non-package presentation) ; Possess a broad and working knowledge of the viewing area, including people, places, things, and history; Enter CG text and times into newsroom software 30 minutes prior to newscasts. Essential Skills & Abilities: Excellent live reporting skills required; ability to ad-lib during breaking news; Ability to do active and involved live shots and stand-ups; Strong on-camera presentation skills; Excellent interview and communication skills; Able to write in a clear, concise, and conversational manner; Strong research skills, including the ability to navigate online search engines; Strong initiative and attention to detail; Basic computer knowledge including newsroom software, Microsoft applications and Internet use; Ability to work well with others and independently with limited supervision; Basic knowledge of newsroom software such as ENPS or I-News; Demonstrate solid news judgment and journalistic ethics; Must possess web writing skills and basic knowledge of web-posting software; Basic knowledge of social media; Ability to break-out stories with extensive anchor tags; Ability to maintain a positive work atmosphere by behaving in a manner that will work well with co-workers, supervisors, and customers; Must enterprise hard-news, research-based stories at daily news meetings; Stay current with national and local news/weather; Ability to shoot video, ability to work as a “one man band” in an emergency is a plus; Meet tight deadlines and work well under pressure; Must have the desire to be at work during big breaking news, weather coverage and special event coverage. If you’re selected for this job, you’ll be working in a competitive news market with TV and Radio stations that each recently received Best Newscast and Best News Operation awards from the Indiana Associated Press. The position offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefit package, including group health & dental, paid time off, 401(k) and more. WSBT-TV is owned by a wonderful, privately-owned multi-media company, Schurz Communications, Inc. 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 WSBT2400 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
08/31/2015
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 Coordinator
Street Address 1
1301 E. Douglas Rd.
Street Address 2
City
Mishawaka
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46545
Main Phone
3017916874
Main Fax
3017916993
Website Address
www.schurz.jobs
Submission Date
06/23/2015
Job Title
Compounder
Business Name
W. J. Hagerty & Sons Ltd, Inc
Business Purpose
Jewelry and Silver Care
Job Category
Science/Biotechnology
Job Description
Local jewelry cleaning manufacturer is looking for an experienced compounder, or someone familiar with the process of formulation, batching, or mixing chemicals in a manufacturing environment. Work requires ability to lift 20-30 lb barrels. Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include 401k plan. Please forward resume to mark.sinclair@hagertyusa.com.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
07/23/2015
Minimum Education
Bachelors Degree Preferred
Years of Experience
2-3 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
David Hankins
Title
CPA
Street Address 1
3801 Linden Ave.
Street Address 2
City
South Bend
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46619
Main Phone
574-288-4991
Main Fax
574-288-4994
Submission Date
06/19/2015
Job Title
Maintenance Technician
Business Name
Atwood Mobile Products
Business Purpose
Manufacturing
Job Category
Industrial Maintenance
Job Description
Responsible for repair and maintenance of electrical, mechanical and hydraulic components of production machine and equipment. 1. Troubleshooting machine and equipment malfunctions by inspecting, listening, and other diagnostic techniques. 2. Inspects and measuring parts detect wear, misalignment and other wear. 3. Remove and replaces worn or defective parts of drive mechanism or hydraulic system. 4. Realign and adjust components such as spindles and clutches. 5. Locate damaged air and hydraulic pipes on machine, and measure, cut, thread, and install new pipe. 6. Test machines and equipment following repair. 7. Repair broken parts and electrical equipment. 8. Perform building maintenance duties and other maintenance duties or projects as assigned. 9. Maintains a clean and safe work area. 10. Other duties as assigned by group leader or Supervisor.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
52+ weeks
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
08/01/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
3-4 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Own Tools
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
16-24
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Jennifer Bristol
Title
HR Manager
Street Address 1
57912 Charlotte Avenue
Street Address 2
City
Elkhart
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46517
Main Phone
574-266-4837
Main Fax
574-522-7486
Website Address
www.askforatwood.com
Submission Date
06/19/2015
Job Title
Tool and Die Maker
Business Name
Atwood Mobile Products
Business Purpose
Manufacturing
Job Category
Manufacturing/Industrial/Production
Job Description
Build and maintain tools and dies to support the manufacturing process. 1. From blueprints or written or verbal instructions, build tools and dies from engineering’s drawings using mills, lathes, layout tools, grinders, and surface grinders. 2. Perform maintenance and repairs to tools and dies and make modifications as needed to improve performance. 3. Perform special machining projects as assigned. 4. Maintain a clean and safe work area. 5. Other duties as assigned by Group Leader or Supervisor.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
52+ weeks
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
09/01/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
2-3 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Reference-Security Check
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
18-23
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Atwood offers a competitive compensation and benefit package including medical, dental, vision, and 401(k).
Contact Person
Jennifer Bristol
Title
HR Manager
Street Address 1
57912 Charlotte Avenue
Street Address 2
City
Elkhart
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46517
Main Phone
5742664837
Main Fax
5745227486
Website Address
www.askforatwood.com
Submission Date
06/08/2015
Job Title
CNA/Ward Clerk
Business Name
Caretel Inns of Lakeland
Business Purpose
Long Term Care
Job Category
Healthcare/Medical/Health Services
Job Description
We are looking for you! Caretel Inns of Lakeland has an immediate opportunity for a Certified Nurse Assistant/ Ward Clerk. This a Full Time, Day Shift position in our Assisted Living & Skilled Nursing facility. Experienced Certified NURSE ASSISTANTS would be qualified, and are encouraged to apply. PRIMARY ROLES FOR THIS POSITION INCLUDE: Maintaining the Electronic Medical Record; Customer Service at the Nurse's Station; Patient Transportation as needed. QUALIFICATIONS: Nurse Aide Certification; High School Diploma; Excellent Customer Service Skills; Desire to work in a Long Term Care/Skilled Nursing facility. Experience preferred. Chauffeur's License Preferred. JOB DUTIES: Including but not limited to: Follows policies and procedures of the facility and ensures that: Certification of care sheets are signed by the physician in a timely manner; Lab, x-ray, physical/occupational/speech therapy forms are properly filled in the charts. Charts are thinned on a routine basis (3 months prior) according to guidelines established by state rules and regulations. Verbal and phone orders are signed in a timely manner. History and physicals are completed on all residents. Annual chest x-rays are done on all residents. Residents are reviewed at lest every thirty days by physician. Files all ADL records, FAR, etc., at end of month and prepares new forms. Documents temps, pulses, respirations, blood pressures, and weights in appropriate places in the clinical record. Notifies Unit Manager if not completed correctly. Transcribes orders to appropriate record or forms as directed by Unit Manager. Fills out requisition slips and notifies lab/x-ray. Answers telephone and expedite delivery of messages and notices immediately on the units. Keeps nursing station neat and well organized. Keeps bulletin board updated and files important information once removed. Orders and maintains a supply of necessary forms for the charts. Files all forms and posts notices from the Director of Health Care Services. Upholds Resident Bill of Rights at all times. Assembles charts in preparation for admission, transfer, and/or discharge. Takes pictures of all new residents, and others as needs arise. Places name bands on all new admits and change as needs arise. Supports facility’s policies and procedures and helps interpret to families as appropriate and necessary. Reports diet changes to Dietary Department. Participates in in-service education when applicable. Keeps all information relating to residents confidential. Performs other duties as assigned. Additional Duties: Schedule visits by the dentist for all residents on a regular basis to meet requirements as outlined by the law. Schedule visits by the Podiatrist for all residents to meet requirements by law. Schedule visits by Eye Care Group for all residents as required by law to meet requirements. Stock cupboards on all units with supplies once a week. Receive, inspect and sign for all deliveries for the nursing department making sure all items have been accounted for on the packing slips. Receive requests for supplies from all stations keeping an on-going list of needs. Label all items with the proper labels to allow proper tracking of charges in the facility. Route all supply needs to the nursing office to be ordered by nursing administration. Medical records responsibilities to keep the facility in compliance with State and Federal rules and regulations. Work with the Medical Records Consultant to the facility to meet these expectations. Other duties related to Medical Records as needed. About Caretel Inns: Caretel Inns of Lakeland is designed to offer a variety of living options based on our guests' individual needs. Fashioned after spacious Bed and Breakfast style hotels, our beautifully decorated individual living spaces focus on Assisted Living, Memory Care and Skilled Nursing Rehabilitation. Every "Inn" has its own staff, dining room, courtyards and amenities and is designed with homelike decor and personality. At Caretel Inns, we believe that the human aspect of residents’ lives is as important to their health and sense of well-being as is receiving the needed care and assistance. Therefore, the environment and the manner of delivery are equally important in the overall quality of care at Caretel Inns. Caretel was created by melding the words Care and Hotel. Our philosophy is that a residential hotel is the appropriate model for people living together to receive care and other services. In a quality residential hotel, each person has meals, housekeeping, maintenance, laundry and other supportive services offered in a gracious manner. People live in an intimate community and are amiably served while maintaining their individual space. Caretel Inns provides state-of-the-art, hotel-style health care. JOB REQUIREMENTS Successful candidates must meet the following requirements Current CNA certification Experience in a Long Term Care facility preferred Chauffeur's License preferred Successfully complete a criminal background check Qualified candidates are welcome to apply: In Person at: 3905 S. Lorraine Path, St. Joseph 49085 Or, email your resume to: hrcaretellakeland@gmail.com
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
35
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Apply Online,Email Resume,Personal Visit,Mail Resume,Fax Resume
Deadline to Apply
07/31/2015
Minimum Education
Certification Required
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Contact Person
Sara Flowers
Title
HR Clerk
Street Address 1
3905 S. 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
05/28/2015
Job Title
Various Electric Motor Repair
Business Name
KW Services, LLC
Business Purpose
Electric Motor Repair Services
Job Category
Industrial Maintenance
Job Description
Koontz-Wagner Maintenance Services is an electric motor services company with almost 100 years of history in South Bend, IN and more than 30 years in Lima and Bryan, OH. KWMS is currently seeking electric motor repairmen, motor winders and machinists in all locations. All positions are full-time, first shift positions with opportunities for overtime. Must be able to assemble and disassemble electric motors, inspect and test using amp, volt and watt meters, meggers and other testing devices and repair or rebuild motors. Minimum of high school diploma or equivalent and strong math skills are required. Experience is preferred but will train as needed. KWMS is proud to offer full benefits including health insurance, paid holidays and vacation and 401k. Qualified candidates can submit resumes to kwjobs@kwservices.com.
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Hours Per Week
40
Acceptable Ways to Apply
Email Resume
Deadline to Apply
07/31/2015
Minimum Education
High School
Years of Experience
Less than 1 year
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Lifting Requirements
,Own Transportation
,Union Membership Required
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Strong math skills required
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
Description of Benefits
Health, Dental, Vision, Pension, 401k, Paid Vacation, Apprenticeship Program (South Bend only)
Contact Person
Michael Ruelle
Title
HR Manager
Street Address 1
3801 Voorde Dr Ste B
Street Address 2
City
South Bend
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46628
Main Phone
574-280-2535
Main Fax
574-235-3439
Website Address
Submission Date
05/20/2015
Job Title
Digital Ad Operations Trafficker
Business Name
Schurz Communications, Inc.
Business Purpose
Communications / Media
Job Category
Broadcast Publications/Media
Job Description
Schurz Communications, Inc. (SCI), a national, family-owned communications company, is seeking a full-time Digital Ad Operations Trafficker. This individual will work out of our Mishawaka, IN headquarters. The Digital Ad Operations Trafficker ensures that advertising campaigns are fulfilled to maximize campaign results, meet advertiser expectations and maximize revenue, and assist with financials. This includes trafficking, tracking, measuring and analyzing the performance of multiple online advertising campaigns, creating detailed performance reports, proposing optimization strategies and ensuring campaigns are billed accurately and timely, along with processing/allocating payments. The successful candidate will be expected to manage campaigns across desktop, mobile, native and social channels, while handling some bookkeeping responsibilities. Essential Functions: Analyze campaigns, place and monitor online advertising campaigns using DoubleClick For Publishers (DFP) and other ad-serving solutions; Track, measure and analyze the performance of multiple advertising campaigns, create detailed performance reports, and propose optimization strategies. Utilize analytical and research tools to optimize results; Assist the markets with month-end reporting to ensure campaigns are billed accurately and timely; Organize and optimize interdepartmental workflow to ensure that all elements are handled according to procedures; Work directly with third-party ad servers, rich media vendors, clients, media buying and trafficking teams and internal sales staff on all elements related to creative specifications, submission and ad trafficking; Aggregate reports from multiple vendors and combine them into an easy-to-read, client-ready format; Maintain excellent client/customer relationships with SCI operating units and advertisers; Bookkeeping - process checks and allocate payments; Other duties as assigned. Essential Skills & Abilities: Experience in media trafficking or equivalent preferred; Ability to understand and report on advertising data measurements, digital marketing/analytics and creative formats; Experience with Internet ad management or targeted marketing applications (preferably DFP or Google) ; Experience with HTML, Adobe Flash, JavaScript, debugging tools and Excel a plus; Ability to handle bookkeeping items; Excellent verbal, written communication and organizational skills; Strong attention to detail; ability to maintain accurate records; Excellent time-management skills; Sound judgment and problem-solving skills; Ability to quickly, accurately and calmly handle decision-making processes; Ability to meet tight deadlines and work well under pressure. The successful candidate must be able to pass a drug test and criminal background check. A high school degree is required (with a collegiate background preferred). The position offers a competitive wage and comprehensive benefit package that includes: Medical Insurance; Dental Insurance; Life Insurance; Salary Continuation; PTO; Paid Holidays; 401(k) Plan; Great work environment! Schurz Communications is a wonderful, privately-held company that owns television, cable, radio and newspaper properties across the country. 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 SCI2311 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
High School
Years of Experience
1-2 years
Additionnal Requirements
Drug Screening
,Valid Drivers License
Additional Qualifications
Hourly Wage-Range
Annual Salary-Range
28000
Description of Benefits
See job description
Contact Person
Dan West
Title
Recruitment Assistant
Street Address 1
1301 E. Douglas Rd.
Street Address 2
City
Mishawaka
State
Indiana
Zip Code
46545
Main Phone
3017916874
Main Fax
3017916993
Website Address
www.schurz.jobs
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
05/12/2015
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 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
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
04/15/2015
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.
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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.
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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
04/13/2015
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.
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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
04/02/2015
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
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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