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Apr 12 / Susan Crowley

Job Opportunity – City Planner

The City of Inkster is currently looking for a City Planner.

The details for this full time position can be found
under the news section on the City of Inkster website
or at http://www.cityofinkster.com/Jobs.aspx….

If you are interested in this opportunity, please apply ASAP.

You may submit an application in person or online:

In Person:
Applications can be securely submitted to the City Clerk’s Office at:
26215 Trowbridge
City Hall
Inkster, MI, 48141 (City Hall)

Online:
http://www.cityofinkster.com/…/Hu…/Employment-Application-48

Mar 27 / Susan Crowley

Career Demo Day this Wednesday! March 29th.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Hilberry B & C, 2nd floor Student Center Bldg.

 

You are invited to walk through the Career Demo Day Exhibit Hall.
Experience hands on demonstrations from various companies and learn about their business.
Network and Drop off your resumes at the companies that interest you.

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Career Demo Day supports strategic student learning outcomes and provides the Wayne State Community an opportunity to network and  participate in hands-on employer demonstrations. Walk through the exhibit hall and engage in interactive experiences while learning about various organizations and their business. Remember to bring your resume to leave with any company you would like to work at. This relaxed engaging atmosphere will allow you to connect with employers and get to know them beyond a typical career fair or company presentation atmosphere.

Questions regarding this event, please contact Susan.Crowley@wayne.edu.

Helping WSU students & graduates discover careers!

Mar 13 / Susan Crowley

MIRR – Mock Interviews and Resume Reviews

This event fills fast!  If you are interested in participating, reserve your spot today!
 

 
April 3, 4, 5 & 6 – 2017
10:00 am – 3:15 pm
1001 Faculty/Administration Building
Student Sign up is now open!

Is your resume not getting you the interview?
Are your interviews not getting you job offers?
Take 45 minutes to learn what you need to know first-hand from actual recruiters in the field!
All you need is a hard copy of your resume and a 45 minute time spot. 

 Career Services MIRR Event will better prepare you for writing your resume, applying to jobs, participating in career fairs, networking and interviews. It’s important to master these skills in today’s job market. We offer you the opportunity to receive constructive feedback on your resume and interviewing skills in a 45 minute private session with the people who know best. You will do a practice interview, have your resume reviewed and have your questions answered by an actual recruiting professional who has volunteered to come to campus and assist WSU students and alumni with professional development.  

Event Details


  • Wayne State University students and alumni are welcome to participate.
  • Resume Review/Mock Interview sessions total 45 minutes.
  • Please bring a hard copy of your resume and dress in appropriate interview attire.
  • Participants are expected to select a time spot only if attendance is certain.
  • If you select a time and will be unable to attend, you must cancel your interview spot on
    CSO or contact Career Services so that other individuals are able to participate.

How to Participate


  • Register or Log on to CSO.
  • Go to the Resume Review/Mock Interview (MIRR) Event under the “On-Campus Interviews, Interviews I qualify for” area.
  • Select a date and then a time spot that fits your schedule and mark it on your calendar.
  • Show up at Career Services on the day and time you selected with a hard copy of your resume and dressed professionally.

Note: If you select a time spot, we expect to see you on the date and time you selected. If you are unable to attend, you must cancel your interview spot on CSO or contact Career Services so that other individuals are able to participate. If you fail to show without notification or cancellation, you will be subject to Career Services No Show Policy.

Questions regarding this event can be directed to: Susan Crowley, (313) 577-3390

Mar 13 / Susan Crowley

You are invited to Career Demo Day – March 29, 2017

Career Demo Day!

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Hilberry B & C, 2nd floor Student Center Bldg.

Mark your calendar! All students and Alumni are invited to Career Demo Day!

Experience hands on demonstrations from various companies and learn about their business.

Network and Drop off your resumes at companies that interest you.


This relaxed engaging atmosphere will allow you to connect with employers and get to know them beyond a typical career fair or company presentation atmosphere. Walk through the exhibit hall and engage in interactive experiences while learning about various organizations and their business. Remember to bring your resume to leave with any company you would like to work at. All students and alumni are welcome.

Career Demo Day supports strategic student learning outcomes and provides the Wayne State Community an opportunity to network and participate in hands-on employer demonstrations.

Questions regarding this event, please contact Susan.Crowley@wayne.edu.

Helping WSU students & graduates discover careers!

 

Dec 5 / Susan Crowley

Blue Cross Blue Shield looking to fill an entry level position with an upcoming grad

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan

Job Opportunity: Technician-OPE000Q6

Description

  1. Assist supervisor and management with resolution of problems; conduct special assignments as requested and prepare reports and/or analysis, documenting the results with recommendations to management.
  2. Assist with the design, development, modification, testing, implementation and maintenance of assigned systems.
  3. Troubleshoot problems in assigned area and submit recommendations.  May be required to interface with other areas, both internal and external, to resolve problems.
  4. Compile and analyze data and produce routine and non-routine reports, presentations, letters, communications and graphics.
  5. Assist personnel (both internal and external) by answering questions, supplying information, training and other technical support.

Qualifications

Two (2) years of college preferred.

High School Graduate or GED equivalent required.

One (1) to three (3) years experience in related field.

Department Requirements: Excellent interpersonal skill necessary to interact with all levels of personnel .Ability to lead and contribute to process improvement programs Advanced analytical, critical thinking and problem solving skills Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate to various levels of management Demonstrated proficiency in MS Office products Excellent analytical, organization, verbal and written communication skills Ability to multitask and take direction from multiple leaders Demonstrated knowledge/competency in business report design Ability to track status, follow-up, and completion of tasks. Departmental Preferences Advanced skill in MS Excel Demonstrated proficiency in MS Access Financial or accounts payable experience Demonstrate an understanding of basic accounting principles (check writing, invoice elements, double entry system, accruals, and others)

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, among other grounds, race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, protected veteran status or status as an individual with a disability.

Applicants should apply on-line at http://www.bcbsm.com/index/about-us/careers.html

Job

Operations

Primary Location

Detroit

Organization

Claims, Enrollment & Prog Mgt-7108

Schedule

Full-time

The information contained in this communication is highly confidential and is intended solely for the use of the individual(s) to whom this communication is directed. If you are not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any viewing, copying, disclosure or distribution of this information is prohibited. Please notify the sender, by electronic mail or telephone, of any unintended receipt and delete the original message without making any copies.

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Care Network of Michigan are nonprofit corporations and independent licensees of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association.

Nov 8 / Susan Crowley

Interviewing Techniques Presentation Sponsored by Career Services

If you want the job, you have to know how to interview well. This presentation will cover the interview process from before, during and after the event to make sure you are covering all the necessary steps to land that job.

Interviewing Techniques
Thursday, November 10th
11:00 am, room 1339 Faculty/Administration Building
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Oct 26 / Erin Rook

FORD DAY – Welcomes Eric Wingfield: Ford Mobility Strategist

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Ahead of Ford Day on Oct. 28th in the Engineering Building, we’re featuring a guest blog from one of the day’s speakers. Meet Eric Wingfield and learn more about a possible career at Ford!

First of all, I never planned on staying.

Originally a west coast kid, I came to the great state of Michigan for grad school. My plan was to return home to California after my time was over and look for work, but then something changed. I interned at Ford.

Why Ford? It’s because I was inspired by Bill Ford’s approach to sustainability.

During my internship, I gained a new appreciation for the type of work that gets done inside the Blue Oval along with the friendly working environment and the most professional group of folks I had ever worked with. After that internship and right out of school, I was hungry to prove myself. And I never looked back.

Fast forward to today, and you’re probably wondering what exactly it is that I do at Ford. I can really explain it in one word: mobility.

I work in the Mobility Solutions group within Research and Advanced Engineering.  That’s just a fancy way to say that we explore the ways that people move around throughout the world – your car sharing, ride sharing, shuttle business models, etc.  Things you all use every day.

Our group also researches the impact of technology and services for Ford’s business as we look forward in the coming decades.  We have run all sorts of experiments on electric vehicles, car sharing and data logging to support healthcare delivery in rural areas of India and Africa, and digital experiences for bringing mobility to the individual.

This matters to us at Ford because we see consumer experiences being shaped by urbanization, growth in the middle class, air quality, and changing attitudes driven by digital capability. And we want to be a leader in creating transportation solutions addressing these issues.

To sum it all up, in my humble opinion here’s why Ford should be seriously considered by students looking for a great career path:

  • Flexibility to navigate to a wide variety of jobs
  • Ford uses and develops cool technologies to make great products
  • There is an investment in everyone that joins the company when it comes to training and resources to support everyone’s career
  • Rigorous professionalism with a heart.  Ford employees are encouraged to be active in their communities

 See you at #FordDay on Oct. 28!

Best,

Eric Wingfield

 

Ford Day at WSU DETAILS

Friday, October 28, 2016
11:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Engineering Building

11:30 a.m.  – 12:00 p.m.  Reception

12:00-12:45 p.m.  Speaking Program to include:

Ray Day, Ford Group Vice President of Communications
Eric Wingfield, Ford Mobility Strategist
Eric James, NA Manufacturing HR Manager: “Careers at Ford”
Sakky  Roberts,WSU GO-GIRL Program
Hongwei Zhang, WSU College of Engineering: “A Wireless World”

1:45-2:30 p.m.  Recruiting Overview

Join us to find out more about Ford Motor Company and the great careers available at Ford.
See some great vehicles.
Refreshments and giveaways will also be available

2:30-4:00 p.m. Recruiters will be on-site for Purchasing, Finance, Engineering, Manufacturing, IT

Oct 26 / Erin Rook

BME Quality Position at Zimmer Biomet

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BME Quality Position at Zimmer

Adecco Engineering and Technical has an opening for a Quality Engineer job with a global leader in medical devices located in Warsaw, IN. You will play a key role in a high visibility internal project. Our customer is known for high tech innovation and an outstanding work environment. This role will be responsible for assuring products conform to established requirements and standards through appropriate audit, inspection, and test activities. You will interact with many different functional departments, suppliers, and experts to implement Quality goals.

Typical Responsibilities for the Quality Engineer job include, but are not limited to the following:

Formulating procedures, specifications, and standards for products and processes.
Developing and implementing corrective and preventative action plans.
Collecting and analyzing data for gauge and product evaluation.
Identifying critical personnel, gauges, procedures, and materials needed for the completion of new products.
Ensuring that suppliers have necessary information and facilities to deliver quality products.

Qualifications:

B.S. in engineering or an alternative Bachelor’s degree program with certification as a quality engineer (e.g. CQE)
Three years experience in a similar role, an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) preferred.
Ability to work within a team environment and build relationships outside of the department as well as outside the company (suppliers, regulatory agencies, etc.).
Able to communicate both orally and in written form to multiple levels of the company.
Demonstrates characteristics of high potential for future development opportunities.
Basic knowledge of blueprint reading and geometric dimensioning and tolerancing, basic understanding of QSR/ISO regulations, design assurance, FMEA, and product testing methods, and are able to use optical comparators and CMMs.

To be considered for this Quality Engineer job in Warsaw, IN, please apply online at www.adeccousa.com. If you have questions about the position please contact Faith Hoskins at (317) 842-2870 or faith.hoskins@adeccona.com

Sep 16 / Susan Crowley

Employment Expo Sponsored by Centralized Career Services Office – September 29th

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Thursday, September 29th
1:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Student Center Ballroom, Wayne State University

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Share the news!
If you would like to network with employers for…
A full-time job, a career after graduation, a part-time position or an Internship/Co-op opportunity…
then we will see you there!
WSU Freshman through Alumni are Welcome.
Please visit our webpage for details and a list of the attending employers http://careerservices.wayne.edu/employmentexpo.php.
This event is sponsored by the Centralized Career Services Office.
Aug 19 / Erin Rook

Kelly Career Services Flier

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