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Apr 16 / Carmen Gamlin

Ionbond is looking for a Process Engineer!

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Process Engineer (Madison Heights, Michigan)

To serve as a primary technical resource for the plant/company in developing, planning, and training in all steps involved in the production of surface engineered solutions.

Tasks:

  •      Assist Plant Operations, Corporate Process Engineering, and Business Managers in application development and scale-up of major programs.
  •      Participates in cross-functional team projects with the Sales Department and with customers.
  •      Root Cause analysis.
  •      Ability to implement and troubleshoot vacuum coating processes.
  •      Provide consultations and technical expertise on thin film technology to coating center staff and on-going quality issues.
  •      Maintain and work according to ISO quality systems.
  •      Provide good record keeping and communications skills.
  •      Ensure Customer excellence and delivery of Quality products and samples.
  •      Performs related work as apparent or assigned.
  •      15%-25% travel may be required.

Minimal Requirements:

  •        Bachelor‘s Degree in Engineering, Material Science or Plasma Physics.
  •        Desired 1-3 years of experience in the vacuum coating field.
  •        Knowledge of PVD and CVD coatings is a plus.
  •        Energetic and forward-thinking individual to promote innovative and best-in-class solutions.
  •        Strong written and communications skills.
  •        Familiarity with Quality System concepts.
  •        Ability to travel throughout North America.
  •        US citizenship or permanent residency is a requirement for this position.

Ionbond will reward your talents with a total compensation commensurate with experience.  You will also receive a generous benefits package including medical benefits, dental, flexible spending accounts, life insurance, short term & long term disability, PTO, and 401(K) retirement plan with company match.  Relocation assistance is not available for this position.

Apply now by submitting your cover letter and resume to: jobs@ionbond.com

IHI Ionbond Inc. | T. Krieger | 1823 East Whitcomb Ave. | Madison Heights, MI 48071 | jobs@ionbond.com | www.ionbond.com

Apr 16 / Carmen Gamlin

WSU International Students are Invited to Register at GTRI: Global Talent Retention Initiative

GTRI email

GTRI continues to move forward with the development of a searchable registry of international students who are interested in securing internships and/or jobs in Michigan called GOregistry. GOregistry allows you to create a profile which includes basic information regarding area of study, degree level and graduation dates, as well as uploading a resume. Employers then search the database to find qualified candidates for internship or job opportunities. And now GOregistry needs YOU.

Do you want employers searching for YOU?
Want to work in an international-friendly job environment?

If you’re ready to realize YOUR dream, http://www.migtri.org/goregistry/ to say yes to Michigan employers.
And hey, a good thing is worth sharing, right? Hit the friendly little share buttons at the bottom of this message and be someone’s hero.

Apr 15 / Carmen Gamlin

Vitec Recruits WSU Undergraduate Engineers for Summer 2014 Internships

Hello WSU Undergraduate Engineering Warriors seeking a summer 2014 internship!

 vitec

This is a quick turnaround request for a May 5th start date so act fast!

Vitec is a local employer in the business of automotive plastic fuel tanks and delivery systems for the automotive industry. They are conveniently located just a few minutes from campus at 2627 Clark Street in Detroit 48210, www.vitec-usa.com. This location employs @200 people  on three shifts at a 148,000 square foot facility. Their major customers include Ford, General Motors and Chrysler.

Vitec has room for two more interns this summer 2014 to work on engineering projects!

If you are interested in being included in a resume book for this employer then contact your WSU Career Services Co-op Coordinator (Diane Grimord or Maureen Johnson) or your Engineering Career Services Consultant, Carmen Gamlin by this friday, April 18th. You can email your resume to careers@eng.wayne.edu if after Winter 2014 you will be an undergraduate sophomore, junior or senior majoring in engineering or engineering technology with a 3.0 or higher GPA.

Primary Purpose of Job:  

Responsible for assisting in design for manufacturability, development and manufacturing of fuel storage and delivery systems to meet customer requirements.

 Specific Duties:

  •  Safety – Operate all machinery and equipment in a safe manner.Develop and update project timelines for their specific projects.
  • Assist in the development and maintenance of operator instructions. 
  • Facilitate prototyping of FTS&DS. 
  • Responsible for coordination of prototype part builds (build request) and for assisting with prototype part production. 
  • Assist with Pre-Production Part Approval Process (PPAP). 
  • Analyze quality test results and perform engineering analysis to ensure production meets quality requirements. 
  • Assist with implementation of process changes to improve production efficiency and quality of the part. 
  • Consult on continuous improvement projects where applicable. 
  • Attend and support the customer Product Development Team (PDT/AQP) meetings. 
  • Assist in developing and updating the internal design standards, guidelines, procedures, best practices and benchmarking processes. 
  • Responsible for adhering to and the use of all VITEC’s Quality Management System (QMS) Policies, Procedures and Documentation.
  • Other duties as assigned.

 

Required Training, Knowledge and Experience: 

  • Must be enrolled in engineering program (minimum 3.00 GPA) 
  • Prefer candidate with experience in one or more of the below items:
    • CAD – Unigraphics/UGNX/Catia V5
    • PLC Programming – Siemens S7, Beckhoff TwinCat, Allen-Bradley, etc.
    • SQL
    • Familiar with writing scripting languages:  C++ or Java
  • Fluent in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.)
  • Good communication and teamwork skills.

Critical Physical Demands and Working Conditions 

  • Occasionally lifts and carries up to 45 pounds. 
  • Works at telephone answering equipment and at a PC for hours at a time. 
  • Works within an automotive components manufacturing and office setting and is occasionally exposed to heat, cold, wet, and fumes/chemicals.  
  • Travel may be required.
Apr 15 / Susan Crowley

Jomar Group is looking for an Entry Level Staff Engineer!

Entry Level Staff Engineer
Location: Warren, MI
Employee Type: Full-Time Employee
Industry: Manufacturing/ Sales Distribution
Websites: www.jomar.com
Req’d Education: 4 Year Degree
Req’d Experience: 1 to 3 years
Req’d Travel: Up to 10%

If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to renta.varghese@jomar.com. Interviews for this position can be as early as next week for selected candidates.

Position Overview:
Jomar Group, a manufacturer and distributor of innovative plumbing, industrial and HVAC components, is seeking a Staff Engineer, to support all of its divisions. The successful candidate would possess education and early job experience in the Mechanical Engineering Field. The candidate must also have an educational background and or working knowledge of plumbing and HVAC systems

Responsibilities:
• Create and maintain 2D/3D AutoCAD drawings of existing and new products
• Quality Control inspections of returned and defective products
• Create, organize and massage excel data sets for use in multiple projects
• Reviewing engineer specifications and drawings of commercial projects and doing Takeoffs / Project
Estimating
• Assist in creating, and maintaining accurate technical specifications and literature with marketing
department
• Understand the CSA, UL ,NSF rating regulations for Valves/HVAC equipment
• Manage and expedite multiple sub-projects
• Product line technical training to sales staff
• Technical support to the product line
• Technical sales

Job Requirements:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering required.
• A minimum of 1-3 years’ experience. (Education may be taken in conjunction with experience)
• Educational or practical knowledge of plumbing and HVAC systems
• Firm grasp of fluid mechanics and concepts such as: flow rate, head loss, CV value, differential pressure, Hydronic balancing, heat exchange, piping and pumping system design
• Computer Program proficiencies: Strong Excel skills, AutoCAD, Power Point, MS Word and Outlook
• Attention to detail and accuracy
• Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task
• Aggressive nature, independent thinker
• Excellent interpersonal skills with team members and clients
• Customer Service Focus
• Desire to learn

Apr 15 / Carmen Gamlin

LinkedIn Photo-Shoot and Profile Review for WSU College of Engineering Students

“A good snapshot keeps a moment [or recruiter] from running away.”
Eudora Welty

Five minute photo session &/or LinkedIn profile reviews

April 17th, 2014 9 A.M. – 12 p.M.

April 18th, 2014 2 P.M. – 4 P.M.

LinkedIn tie

You all know the importance of making a good first impression.  Whether you are in an active job search or networking with professional colleages LinkedIn is the must have online presence to document your professional career.  A great photo is key for your profile.  If you are intersted in having a great headshot for your LinkedIn profile then reserve your space this week!

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In addtion to the photos, you can have your profile reviewed by the Engineering Career Services Consultant at the following times:

Walk-in LinkedIn reviews April 17th from 1:00 to 4:00 &

April 18th from 2:00 to 4:00

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Apr 14 / Carmen Gamlin

The C.O.M.P.E.S. Professional Development Conference for Engineers is May 17th in Royal Oak – Register Today

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The Coalition of Minority Professional Engineering Societies (COMPES) hosts a

Professional Development Conference

Saturday May 17th, 2014

  • This event is very unique in that that there are three minority engineering societies, SHPE/NSBE/SWE working together to create a one-day conference that provides an opportunity for engineers from various companies and industries to come together for professional networking which can lead to potential job opportunities.
  • Also attendees will gain new perspectives by participating in breakout sessions on technical topics, soft skills presentations, career planning, and panels around the theme of “Thriving on Diversity”.
  • For those who want to take charge of their own career, participating in this event is a step in that direction.
  • This is also an opportunity for the community to see the value of a diverse engineering workforce in action and is made possible by our many supporters including our host sponsor Consumer Energy and platinum sponsor Yazaki North America. kelly Services

Kelly Services One-on-One Resume Review Sessions  

Hurry space is limited!

 Resume Drop-Off for  Conference Participants for the following companies:

consumers energy

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chrysler

 

continental

denso

General Motors

Rockwell automation

valeo

Fanuc

Event is one-day on Saturday, May 17th at Consumer Energy in Royal Oak MI

Register at: http://www.societyofwomenengineersdetroit.wildapricot.org/Default.aspx?pageId=1673723&eventId=765495&EventViewMode=EventDetails

Deadline May 3rd

Full Time Student Registration Fee is only $20.00

If you want to volunteer at this event, then please email info@compespdc.org

Apr 14 / Carmen Gamlin

Dow Corning Recruits WSU Warriors Tuesday, April 15th at Noon in room 1200 of the College of Engineering

Logo Dow Corning

Tuesday, April 15th at noon Hall of Fame (Room 1200)

We will be hosting Gregg Zank, Senior Vice President of Science and Technology, and Ken Kaufman, Senior Vice President of Manufacturing and Engineering

Bring your resumes and Dress in Business Casual!

Open to Chemical Engineering Majors.

Refreshment will be provided for attendees

RVSP by April 14th to Sean Carrol

cq4945@wayne.edu

You Must RSVP to this event!

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Apr 10 / Carmen Gamlin

WSU Warriors Learn How to Intern with the Government April 10th, from 1 – 3:00 in Room 110 Purdy Kresge

Make A Difference – Intern with the Government

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Thursday, April 10, 2014 (1:00pm–3:00pm)

Wayne State University

Purdy/Kresge Library (Room 110: Purdy/Kresge Auditorium)

According to the Government Accountability Office, by 2016, more than a third of the Federal Government workforce will be eligible to retire. Today, in Michigan, nearly 15% of state government employees are eligible to retire. Succession planning is critical! Last year, officials from the Federal and State Government offices cohesively conducted pilot workshops across Michigan called Make a Difference—Intern with the Government.   Attendees included all majors, international students, first year students through seniors, graduates, and veterans. Ninety-seven per cent of the students rated the presentation exceptional; 93% learned valuable employment tips and would now consider working for the government.

Why is the government focused on internships and student programs? According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), research suggested that, last year alone, 58.6% of interns were converted to full-time employees. In addition, interns are more likely to be retained for long-term employment and advance faster. To help build the next generation of competitive government leaders and reach a larger audience, state and federal government representatives have partnered this year with the Michigan Career Educator and Employer Alliance (MCEEA): www.mceea.org and select schools throughout Michigan to again present the sessions. These workshops are free and open to all college students in the region.

 USA state flag

PROGRAM AGENDA

  • Introduction
  • Overview of government
  • Overview of internships, Federal Pathways Program, and career opportunities
  • Overview of website and resources
  • How to apply—Learn insider tips!
  • Questions/One-on-one networking

WSU Sponsor—Career Services: www.careerservices.wayne.edu  

Questions? Please contact: d.grimord@wayne.edu  313-577-3390

WSU CAMPUS MAP: www.maps.wayne.edu

 

Apr 10 / Susan Crowley

Attention Mechanical Engineering Upcoming Grads – Entry Level Position!

Company Name: Jomar Group
Position: Staff Engineer (Entry Level)

Location: Warren, MI
Employee Type: Full-Time Employee
Industry: Manufacturing/ Sales Distribution
Websites: www.jomar.com

Req’d Education: 4 Year Degree
Req’d Experience: 1 to 3 years
Req’d Travel: Up to 10%

If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to renta.varghese@jomar.com. Interviews for this position can be as early as next week for selected candidates.

Position Overview:
Jomar Group, a manufacturer and distributor of innovative plumbing, industrial and HVAC components, is seeking a Staff Engineer, to support all of its divisions. The successful candidate would possess education and early job experience in the Mechanical Engineering Field. The candidate must also have an educational background and or working knowledge of plumbing and HVAC systems

Responsibilities:
• Create and maintain 2D/3D AutoCAD drawings of existing and new products
• Quality Control inspections of returned and defective products
• Create, organize and massage excel data sets for use in multiple projects
• Reviewing engineer specifications and drawings of commercial projects and doing Takeoffs / Project Estimating
• Assist in creating, and maintaining accurate technical specifications and literature with marketing department
• Understand the CSA, UL ,NSF rating regulations for Valves/HVAC equipment
• Manage and expedite multiple sub-projects
• Product line technical training to sales staff
• Technical support to the product line
• Technical sales

Job Requirements:
• Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering required.
• A minimum of 1-3 years’ experience. (Education may be taken in conjunction with experience)
• Educational or practical knowledge of plumbing and HVAC systems
• Firm grasp of fluid mechanics and concepts such as: flow rate, head loss, CV value, differential pressure, Hydronic balancing, heat exchange, piping and pumping system design
• Computer Program proficiencies: Strong Excel skills, AutoCAD, Power Point, MS Word and Outlook
• Attention to detail and accuracy
• Strong organizational skills and ability to multi-task
• Aggressive nature, independent thinker
• Excellent interpersonal skills with team members and clients
• Customer Service Focus
• Desire to learn

Apr 8 / Carmen Gamlin

Today, Tuesday April 8th is the Criminal Justice Career Fair from 10:00 – 2:00 in the Student Center Ballrooms

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Picture yourself using your  skill sets for local, county, state or even federal employment. 

This is not just a career choice this could be honorable service.

 

Bring your resumes to the Wayne State Student Center Ballrooms today to network with up to 47 employers from government and law enforcement agencies. There are several agencies from Michigan as well as from out of state that will be recruiting students and alumni.  Universities beyond WSU are invited to attend.

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After today’s event ant the last weeks worth of career fairs/events you should send thank you notes to the recruiters that you have met.  It is ideal if they are on LinkedIn for you to connect with them. Having an online presence with your photo helps for them to remember meeting with you at the fair.  Since most students do not follow up after career fairs, you will be memorable as a great networker/self-marketer.

I look forward to seeing WSU Warriors at today’s event.