CAD Designer / Part Time Engineering Student
Ford is looking for designer work study students to work in Body Exteriors & Interiors, Chassis, Powertrain, Electrical or Methods & Tools.
Candidates will utilize CATIAv5 and Ford’s complete DI toolset to perform design, development, compatibility and evaluation functions.
Programs range from current design changes thru 2017-2018 model year programs.
All interested candidates need to send resumes asap before Sunday at midnight to
Maureen Johnson, University Counselor Co-op Coordinator – email@example.com
- Location: Ford Motor Company’s Product Development Center – Digital Innovation
- Start Date: September 8th (or later) End Date: Annual Renewal possible
- Experience: CATIAv5 is preferred
- Number of Openings: 5-8
- Rank: Sophomore or Junior rank only (needs minimum of 2 years prior to graduation)
- Degree: Full time, Bachelor or Masters in Mechanical, Electrical, Computer Engineering
- GPA: Must maintain a minimum of 3.0 GPA or higher throughout the entire program
- Hours: 20-25hr/wk, up to 35 hurs during non- school weeks ( never full time)
- Status: Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for sponsorship
- Paid Position: Rate depends on HR approval
Ford Motor Company, a global automotive industry leader based in Dearborn, MI manufactures or distributes a full line of small, medium and large cars, trucks and SUVs across six continents. With about 166,000 employees and about 70 plants worldwide, the company’s automotive brands include Ford and Lincoln. The company provides financial services through Ford Motor Credit Company. For more information regarding The Ford Motor Company and it’s products, please visit www.ford.com.
Henry Ford Health System –Fall 2014 BSIE Internship
Job Title: Associate Management Engineer (Internship)
Location: Detroit, MI
Employment Start date: ASAP in 09/2014
Employment End date: 12/2014
Seeking Industrial Engineers. This position is designed for candidates currently working toward a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Engineering. This position requires good communication and problem solving skills, and the ability to effectively interact with other staff members and clients.
Requirements: Must have a class standing of a Senior to be considered.
- Experience conducting time studies
- Completion of a statistics course
- Intermediate to advanced excel skills
The Associate Management Engineer, under supervision from Corporate Performance Improvement Staff members, will perform project work aimed at improving operation system/function within or between corporate entities. This position may work on clearly-defined projects of limited scope or on more complex projects as part of a project team. Project work may include data collection/ analysis, process observation/documentation, statistical analysis and other applied Industrial Engineering skills/methodologies for department staff and clients. This position will be expected to prepare reports and recommendations for management and will assist with implementation whenever possible. This position will communicate regularly with management.
How to Apply
Email your resume to Kyra Watts by 8/29/2014.
Henry Ford Health System
One Ford Place, 3B
Detroit, MI 48202
It is a smart career decision to register for the Co-op Course
in order to document your work in industry.
Your Career Services Co-op Coordinators can assist you in registering for this course even after regular registration period is complete. After all, jobs do not always start neatly when a semester begins.
Contact Maureen Johnson or Diane Grimord to register, 313 577-3390.
There are at least 5 Reasons that WSU undergraduate Engineering students
should register for one of the co-op courses
each time they work in industry.
1. BE 3500 – Co-op Record documents your work in industry on your official transcript. Your resume and transcript should reflect each other. Employers will see your engagement with the co-op / internship process. When you apply to jobs for the rest of your career, your transcript will be requested. Employers that participate with co-op or internships with any university know that a formal co-op programs exists; students register for a campus course when they are working in industry. When your resume documents that you have worked co-ops or internships, but your transcript is missing the course, questions may arise. Having the course on your record each semester will say that you work with the systems without question.
2. The course may help you to keep full time status active with the university. Without the enrollment in the course, it appears that you have “stopped-out” for a semester or two. You should communicate the benefits of enrolling in this course with your financial aid advisor and academic advisor. Some students may need to be enrolled to remain on their parent’s health insurance. This course could be the solution to these issues.
3. Professional Schools will note the gaps in your transcript when you are applying. Just like applicants for employment have to explain gaps in employment on their resume, applicants for professional schools have to explain the gaps in enrollment on their transcript. When you register for the BE 3500 course, you have continuous enrollment.
4. Having a campus-based, career service professional dedicated to you while working off campus is ideal. This is part of the role of a Co-op Coordinator. When work politics arise (and they usually do) having open communication with someone with your best interest in mind is a benefit of course enrollment.
5. It is free! The BE 3500 – 0 credit Co-op Record course has $0.00 tuition. If you are not enrolled in other campus courses, the registration is even waived. If you want credit for your work in industry then you should enroll for BE 3510 for one credit. This is coordinated through the academic departments. Your Academic Advisor will be able to advise you in the correct procedure.
So if you are not registered this semester, call (313) 577-3390 to reach your Co-op Coordinator assigned to your major or if you are a graduate student please contact your Academic Advisor to see your options.
Wayne State University Law School’s Program for Entrepreneurship and Business Law (PEBL) is pleased to announce the formation of The PEBL Journal—an online, interdisciplinary publication focusing on the intersection of education, business, and law. This journal is an ideal outlet for students to publish progressive ideas, perspectives, and theories related to business and entrepreneurship, whether it’s a new medical device, software, or other invention.
The PEBL Journal will be among the first interdisciplinary legal journals devoted to entrepreneurship. We are seeking students from the Wayne State University Law School, School of Medicine, School of Business Administration, College of Nursing, and College of Engineering will collaborate to publish professional, intellectual pieces on a variety of topics with a focus on business and entrepreneurship.
Each professional school will publish weekly blog articles related to business and entrepreneurship in their respective fields. Additionally, there will be larger, quarterly collaborative publications.
Students interested in being part of the peer reviewed PEBL Journal must take part in the write-on competition that will begin in mid-September. Interested students should send an email containing their name, school, year, and contact information, as well as any questions they might have, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
STUDIO QUALITY INTERNSHIP
for Veteran students at
Chrysler – Auburn Hills
The qualified candidate requires:
- US Veteran status
- Engineering or Engineering Technology students
- Have design mentality
- Skills – CAD or CATIA preferred.
- Flexible schedule around full time internship
Responsibilities: Will be trained to surface check Catia files.
Pay: $17.50 to start.
Call Tanita (586)868-4000 if interested!
Are you a highly motivated business developer with strong technical mold and plastic industry experience?
Georges PERNOUD North America, Inc. (a subsidiary of Georges PERNOUD Group, France) is seeking its future operations director.
Worldwide specialist in tool making, we offer an outstanding opportunity to sell our Multi Process Molds (for underhood parts) for the automotive industry.
The ideal candidate will be a self-starter and have experience in the sales of injection molds or molded parts. He / she must have strong written and oral communication skills (bilingual a plus) and a history of proven sales success in the industry.
The position is based in the Detroit area (MI). The candidate will have authorization to work in the U.S. and possess a clean driving record.
Please send resumes to: email@example.com
Visit us at: www.pernoud.com
A Leader in the IndustrySika Corporation, based in Lyndhurst, NJ, is a leading supplier of specialty chemical products and industrial materials serving construction and industrial markets including transportation, marine, and automotive. Its technologies are focused on sealing, bonding, damping, reinforcing and protecting. Sika’s product lines include concrete admixtures, specialty mortars, epoxies, structural strengthening systems, industrial flooring, sealants, adhesives, specialty acoustic and reinforcing materials. Sika Products are used in a wide array of applications and always fulfill the highest quality standards. We are committed to customer satisfaction, innovation, and teamwork. – See more at: http://usa.sika.com/en/group/SikaCorp.html#sthash.5ISrrFH0.dpuf
Jeff Woodford, Technical Services Manager at Sika is reaching out to Wayne State Engineering Warriors regarding a full time Product Engineer position. Here is the link for those seeking a full time permanent position with the Sika Technical Services Lab. https://krb-xjobs.brassring.com/1033/asp/tg/cim_jobdetail.asp?partnerid=30001&siteid=5009&jobid=109703
|Product Engineer – Technical Services Lab|
|United States of America|
|Broad Function and Purpose of Position:Responsible for conducting laboratory tests with Sika’s Automotive and Industry bulk adhesives and sealants. The objective of these laboratory tests is to support new and existing business. The person who fills this position will also be required to write formal test reports to communicate the findings of the tests they conducted, along with the details of the test methods that were employed to generate the results. Some travel will also be required to support / trouble shoot customer applications on site.Specific Responsibilities:
• Assist Market Field Engineers with testing necessary to develop and commercialize adhesive bonding and sealing applications for both new products and new applications of existing products.
|Minimum education: B.S. in Engineering (preferably Chemical Engineering).
• Experience working in a laboratory environment.
• Demonstrated ability to apply strategic thought.
• Must be able to apply project management and planning skills to commercial projects.
• Excellent written/verbal communication skills and good commercial presence required.
• Able to travel up to 10% of time in support of customer support and launch activities.
August 27, 2014
10 am – 4pm
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Introduction to Engineering Career Resource Center
Including International Engineering Students Employment
Top 8 activities to engage in this semester for professional development
Targeted for Brazilian Scholars and New Graduate Students, but anyone can attend
Friday, August 22 at 1:00 in room 1520 EDC
Please RSVP for the 22nd at http://events.wayne.edu/rsvp/introduction-to-engineering-career-resource-center
Introduction to Engineering Career Resource Center (Repeated Session)
ALL WSU Engineering Students
Top 8 activities to engage in this semester for professional development
Friday, August 29 at 1:00 in room 1520 EDC
Questions? Contact Carmen Gamlin at Careers@eng.wayne.edu
Professional Engineer Licensing Exam Review Courses
|PE Review Course begins August 23, 2014
FE Review Course begins September 2, 2014
ESD Headquarters, Southfield
|This fall, make a commitment to re-energize and grow your career by enrolling in ESD’s proven Professional Engineer Licensing Review Courses. Let our 70-plus years of experience help prepare you to pass the exam on your first try.
Since 1941, ESD has successfully prepared thousands of candidates prepare for the State licensing exam in a variety of disciplines ranging from civil and environmental to mechanical and electrical engineering. You’ll learn in a small classroom-like setting from instructors who have first-hand knowledge of the course material.
|FE (Part I) Review Course|
|The Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Part I Review Course provides 84 hours of instruction in engineering fundamentals for candidates planning to take Part I of the Professional Engineers Exam. It is designed for students who are close to or have finished an undergraduate engineering degree, or engineers who have been out of school for many years.
The classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-9 p.m. and on Saturdays (morning or afternoon depending on discipline). The Saturday sessions start on August 23, 2014 (no class on August 30).
|PE (Part II) Review Course|
|The Principles & Practice of Engineering (PE) Part II Review Courses consists of 28 hours of instruction, on seven half-day Saturday sessions, focusing on problem solving techniques needed for the Professional Engineers (Part II) exam. It is designed for engineers who have gained at least four years’ post-college work experience in their chosen engineering discipline. The PE exam is typically the last step in the process of becoming a licensed PE.
All classes are held on Saturdays. The civil engineering course meets 8:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and ends on October 18. Mechanical, environmental and electrical courses are 1 – 5 p.m. and end on October 11. There is no class on August 30 for all discplines. The state exam will be held on October 24, 2014.