The Ford Motor Company’s Body Structures / Closures / CAE team is reaching out to university campuses looking for recent college graduates that are interested in engineering positions in a Fortune 100 company. The Ford Motor Company continues to drive it’s “Go Further” campaign globally to meet the needs of our customers and the challenges of our industry. We are looking for candidates in Body Structures / Closures / CAE that meet the criteria identified in the job posting below, Req # 11998.
Summary of Position Requirements:
- Lead the design, development, and release of body structural components/assemblies from concept through production
- Work with attribute teams to meet the vehicle level targets for NVH, Safety, and Durability
- Achieve world class part quality, cost, tooling, and functional requirements within the program milestone timing
- Support Program Team reviews, Technical Design Reviews, and – - – Supplier Tier1/Tier2 reviews as required
- Support part buyoff and tooling reviews as required
- Support prototype builds and pre-launch builds, and lead timely issue resolution
- Lead design change requests through the change approval & release process
- Manage subsystem DV/PV test requirements and results in internal test reporting system
- Engage support as necessary from Subject Matter Experts to drive resolution to cross functional technical issues
- Implement new technologies and materials into design and development of components / assemblies
If you are a recent graduate and are interested in this opportunity, please complete the application process at the following link:
Once you have entered the site, select Search Openings, then enter the req number into the box labeled Auto Req ID.
The Req ID Number is 11998.
Once you have completed the application, you will receive a call from our recruiting department.
Do you have questions about how to apply to the Peace, what volunteers living conditions are like, or the financial benefits of serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer? Stop by to speak with Michael Gall, your friendly neighborhood Peace Corps recruiter. He will be available to answer your questions, share with you tips on how you can become a more competitive candidate, and how to optimize your resume for the new Peace Corps application.
Feel free to drop in between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 23 at the Wayne State Study Abroad Office to speak with Michael (131 Manoogian Hall, 906 W. Warren Ave., Detroit, MI 48201).
Fakhoury Law Group, PC
Attorneys and Counselors
Global Business Immigration Law
3290 West Big Beaver Rd, Ste 510
Troy, Michigan 48084
P: 248.643.4900 / F: 248.643.4907
POSITION: Legal Assistant
The following duties are completed under the direction and supervision of a
1. Assist with the initial document review of employment-based Immigrant and
Non-immigrant petitions and applications. Including but not limited to:
a. Locate, obtain, and preserve client documentation
b. Review, print and organize client documentation
c. Assist in obtaining missing documents/information from client
2. Prepare appropriate forms and letters regarding client matters before US
CIS, US DOL, and US DOS.
3. Assist in corresponding with clients and government agencies as needed.
4. Assist Paralegal in monitoring progress of case (status sheet).
5. Assist in maintaining and administering tickler system, database, and
6. Assist in filing Petitions / Applications with the appropriate government
Immigration experience and/or coursework preferred.
6C stands for “Computech Corporation’s Cool College Coder Challenge.”
Now say that six times! (Note: We tried and it wasn’t pretty ergo the 6C Program for short.)
The 6C Program is an ongoing jobs initiative for Computech Corporation’s Midtown Detroit location. It offers employment to tech-savvy college students who are interested in a computer programming career. While at Computech, our cool college coders will work on idea generation for multi-platform application design, mobile apps, and coding.
What Makes It Cool?
•Hands on experience with seasoned professionals and mentors
•Exposure to “real-world” software development
•Opportunity to learn the IT industry
•Develop apps for Android, iPhone, iPad and Windows 7
•Flexible work schedules
•Cool atmosphere, convenient location, and free parking
•Earn $$ while attending school
•Potential classroom credit
•All majors welcomed—programming ability & willingness to learn is all that’s needed
•An official 6C Program “D” Coder t-shirt
•And of course YOU!
Your ideas, your thoughts, and your enthusiasm for technology complete the code for a cool opportunity.
Who Should Apply?
Students Interested In:
•Mobile App Design
What Will You Need?
•Be a college student or recent graduate [Preference to juniors and seniors]
•Problem solving skills
•Willingness to learn
•Desire for success
What Will You Do?
•Multi-Platform Application Development
•Code Design, Development & Management
•Mobile, Portable, & Handheld Apps
•Programming Languages, Libraries & Compilers
•Web, Internet & Network Technologies
*Qualifications: Must be currently enrolled in college courses or a recent graduate (1-2 years)
Must have at least 12 semester credits in Java and/or C++ or at least 1-2 years of previous programming experience.
Any students interested can send their resume to email@example.com.
Pcubed is a worldwide consulting organization helping Companies manage and deliver complex programs, projects and business transformation initiatives, simply.
Our Core: Exceptional delivery for our clients. Exceptional experience for our people.
Our Commitment: To provide our people with unparalleled opportunity to be successful, resourceful and amazed at the caliber of people you will work with and the Fortune 500 clients with whom we partner.
You: Embrace your career.
You: Inspired. Passionate. Experienced. Worth the investment.
You: Wow us.
At Pcubed we foster a culture and environment where our consultants:
Ø have the chance to contribute to their fullest potential
Ø are provided unsurpassed delivery and development opportunities to learn and grow
Ø feel they are able to balance work, life, job & family
Ø where thoughts and feelings are respected
Ø where teamwork and helping each other is the norm and not the exception
In testament to our culture, more than half of our new employees each year are referred from team members and colleagues. These are just a few of the reasons why Pcubed North America has been selected two years in a row as one of the National Best and Brightest Companies to Work For™—join us and see for yourself.
Project Management Consultant / Analyst (Ford Motor Company Team)
We are seeking individuals to join an established team on-site at Ford Motor Company. We have a variety of opportunities available. To be considered, your talent & experience should include:
Ø Experience applying Project Management methodology–ideally PMP certified or approaching certification.
Ø Analytical thinking while good at collecting, compiling and presenting data to key stakeholders in verbal and written communications.
Ø Strong focus on and proven experience successfully managing service delivery and exceeding project deliverables.
Ø Ability to push forward without pushing through people.
Ø Developing project plans and schedules, management of vehicle and commodity level timing plans, identification and resolution of issues / risks, gathering and compiling project status reports from a variety of people / sources, part tracking for builds, workflow process development, develop and deliver software release plans, change control management, etc.
Ø MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Project.
Ø Bachelor degree; we may consider a combination of education and RELEVANT experience.
To begin our journey, please forward a copy of your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and include ‘Michigan
Kent ISD Kent Career Technical Center is looking for an Assistant Principal.
Date Closing: 07/11/2014 @ 4pm
Job Title: Assistant Principal
Professional; 260 days
- Master’s degree with specialization in Secondary School Administration and/or Vocational Education Administration.
- Coursework in administration, supervision, organization and evaluation of secondary programs.
- Valid Michigan’s teacher’s certification and Michigan Secondary Administrator Certificate; or be qualified to obtain Michigan Secondary Administrator Certificate.
- Minimum 5 years of experience as an administrator in high school, middle school, or CTE center, preferred.
- Strong technology skills.
- Candidates with strong knowledge and experiences with using online and hybrid technologies to support/facilitate student learning will be given favorable consideration.
- Candidates with strong knowledge and experience with State of Michigan pupil accounting rules for innovative formats with hybrid and online instruction will be given favorable consideration.
- Strong leadership experiences, visioning experiences, communication skills (verbal and written), organizational skills, budget oversight skills, and administrative team collaboration skills are essential.
Approximate Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience
Benefits: Excellent benefit package includes medical, dental, vision; sick and vacation days; retirement program
Kent Intermediate School District manages employment applications online. Applications must be completed online at www.applitrack.com/kent/onlineapp
No hardcopy applications/resumes will be accepted for this position.
Computer terminals are available in the Kent ISD Educational Service Center lobby from 8:00am – 4:00pm, Monday-Friday, for applicant use.
Posting Date: June 30, 2014
Deadline to Apply: July 11, 2014 at 4:00pm
The final candidate for this position will be required (at their cost) to furnish Kent Intermediate School District with a current Michigan State Police and FBI criminal records LiveScan check prior to our recommendation to hire
It is the policy of the Kent ISD School Board that no student, staff member or candidate for any position in the District shall be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, ancestry, age, gender/sex, sexual orientation, marital status, height, weight, veteran status, political belief or physical/mental disability which does not impair their ability to perform adequately in the individual’s particular position or activity, excluded from participation in, denied the benefit of, or to be subjected to discrimination in any program or activity for which the Kent ISD School Board is responsible for or receives financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Education. The Coordinator for Title IX, Section 504, the Age Discrimination Act and Title II is: Coni Sullivan, Esq., Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources and Legal Services.
Kent ISD uses the AppliTrack system from Aspex Solutions to manage employment applications online.
9-1-1 COMMUNICATIONS DISPATCHER
SALARY: Minimum: $36,038 per year Maximum: $41,116 per year
DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF WORK: (See reverse side for complete job description)
This is highly responsible shift work, involving the operation of modern communications equipment, including computers, radios and telephones. Employees receive emergency 9-1-1 and non-emergency calls, complaints and inquiries from the public, evaluate and dispatch police, fire and emergency medical services. The work of this division is maintained twenty-four hours per day, seven days per week, including weekends and holidays. Employees are assigned to work day, afternoon and midnight shifts, including frequent weekends and holidays. This is sedentary work. Lunches are usually consumed at workstations. Although breaks can be taken away from the workstation, the dispatcher does not leave the premises during an assigned shift.
- Ability to operate two-way radio and multiple line telephone equipment in order to send and receive both emergency and non-emergency communications.
- Ability to discern voice and other auditory signals as necessary in receiving telephone and radio communications.
- Ability to perform functions efficiently and effectively while maintaining an appropriate level of professionalism during stressful, high volume work periods.
- Ability to communicate verbally in English using appropriate grammar and diction; knowledge of Arabic language helpful.
- Ability to deal with multiple demands simultaneously, to prioritize and adjust priorities as needed.
- Ability to operate a microcomputer or terminal keyboard.
- Ability to discern a range of colors on a color computer monitor.
- Ability to operate Tele TYpewriter (TTY) and other equipment as appropriate.
PARTS AND WEIGHTS OF THE EXAMINATION:
Computer Skills Exam 60%
EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING REQUIRED:
Graduation from an accredited high school or GED equivalent. Supplemental course work or experience in the use of computers and related applications is helpful. 9-1-1 Dispatch experience desired.
POST EMPLOYMENT OFFER REQUIREMENTS:
- Satisfactory completion of background investigation, medical and psychological examinations prior to start date.
- All appointees are subject to a one-year probationary period.
- Must establish and maintain residence within a twenty-five (25) mile radius of Dearborn City Hall within one year of hire date.
LAST DATE FOR FILING APPLICATIONS: Thursday, July 10, 2014 at 8:00 a.m.
Apply online at www.cityofdearborn.org
Columbia School District
11775 Hewitt Rd. Brooklyn, MI 49230
Dr. Pamela Campbell, Superintendent
Notice of Opening for 2014/2015 School Year - One full-time Kindergarten Teacher
Teacher applicants need appropriate teaching certification and an Early Childhood endorsement to meet NCLB Highly Qualified Requirements.
The teacher will be required to follow a curriculum to instruct children in developmental skills. It is important to prepare children to become successful leaders of tomorrow by assisting students to socialize and interact with each other.
A great kindergarten teacher should possess the ability to understand small children and find teaching them a pleasure. Patience, perseverance, excellent communication, interpersonal skills, a calm nature and kindness are required.
Develop and implement a developmentally appropriate kindergarten program for young children.
Plan and implement activities to meet the physical, emotional, intellectual and social needs of the students.
Develop weekly and monthly schedules of activities.
Plan activities that introduce math and literacy concepts.
Be familiar with emergency procedures.
Ensure equipment and facilities are clean, well maintained and safe at all times.
Help maintain pupil morale and assist in establishment of good school-community relations.
Keep parents informed of program expectations, program activities and their child’s progress.
Participate in public oriented activities related to his/her teaching assignment and building, such as:
- Parent-Teacher meetings and conferences
- Open House
- Public performance of children in plays, concerts, athletic activities, etc.
To be available to students before the opening of the pupils’ regular school day in the morning and be available in your classroom or building after close of the pupils’ regular school day according to negotiated contractual agreement.
Assist administration in the implementation of school and board policies.
To perform miscellaneous duties from time to time as assigned by the building principal.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT:
Salary, fringe benefits, and working conditions in accordance with the agreement between the Columbia School District Board of Education and the Columbia Education Association.
Performance will be evaluated per Michigan Department of Education guidelines
Deadline: Tuesday, July 8, 2014, 12:00 p.m.
Send letter of interest, resume and any letters of recommendation to:
Columbia School District
11775 Hewitt Rd.
Brooklyn, MI 49230
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST (Multiple Positions)
1. B.S. degree in Occupational Therapy.
2. National and/or state license registration.
3. Experience with infants and young children, plus knowledge in child growth and development.
4. Ability to communicate and work positively with young children, other professionals and parents.
5. Knowledge of a variety of occupational therapy techniques with young children.
6. Knowledge of psychomotor and readiness assessment tools.
7. Experience working with families in home-based and center programs.
8. Knowledge of adaptive equipment.
9. Work experience and/or educational background with early childhood, physically impaired and
cognitively impaired preferred.
10. Experience in the acquisition and maintenance of data, both computerized and hard copy.
11. Flexibility and willingness to adapt to varied responsibilities and work locations.
12. Must pass criminal background check as required by School Safety Legislation.
ASSIGNED RESPONSIBILITIES SHALL INCLUDE BUT NOT BE LIMITED TO:
1. Organize and set up an effective occupational therapy program for families and their children.
2. Instruct families, individually and in small groups, to work with their children in the areas of gross and
fine motor skills, perceptual skills, feeding, dressing and hygiene.
3. Act as liaison between school districts, physicians, families Early On and agencies regarding the
occupational therapy needs of students with special needs.
4. Work as an effective member of a transdisciplinary team which includes teacher, physical therapist,
audiologist, speech therapist outside agency personnel and parents.
5. Work effectively and cooperatively with other Human Service Agencies in implementing children’s
6. Work effectively with parents and emphasize parent training as an integral part of each child’s regularly
scheduled therapy sessions.
7. Construct and adapt occupational therapy equipment to meet the needs of the individual child.
8. Teach and instruct teachers, therapists, other professionals and parents in the proper handling and
techniques for the child with special needs.
9. Evaluate students’ needs and provide appropriate services.
10. Participate in ongoing evaluation as directed.
11. Provide educational programs to young children and their parents.
12. Attend IEP/IFSP meetings as appropriate.
13. Keep appropriate lesson plans, attendance records, Medicaid records, progress notes and annotations;
develop and write IFSP/IEP plans/objectives in cooperation with parents, other professionals and outside
agency personnel. Develop and update child and family plans, objectives periodically to see that the
skills are being acquired and needs are being met.
14. Accept other assignments as determined by the Director.
WORK YEAR: 186 Days.
LOCATION: To be determined.
SALARY: Direct Service and Degree Specialist salary schedule as per the MIFT Master Agreement.
STARTING DATE: August 26, 2014.
APPLY ONLINE AT: www.misd.net. Applications will be accepted ONLINE until the position is filled.
DIRECT INQUIRIES TO:
Mr. David Rilley, Executive Director
Human Resources and Strategic Initiatives
Macomb Intermediate School District
44001 Garfield Road
Clinton Township, MI 48038