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Apr 27 / Sondra Auerbach

Hacking Health Event at Tech Town May 1-3 – Free Registration for Wayne State Students

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http://events.wayne.edu/2015/05/01/hacking-health-windsor-detroit-58751/

http://www.hackinghealth.ca/events/windsor_detroit/windsordetroit2015/

Promotion Codes for Wayne State students, faculty and staff for free registration:

WSUHH2015 (faculty/staff)

WSUStudHH2015  (students)

TechTown Detroit will host the world’s first cross-border, healthcare hackathon May 1-3, 2015. Hacking Health Windsor-Detroit invites professionals from the health care and IT industries to converge over the course of a weekend and form teams that conceptualize, design and build mobile apps and IT solutions for the health care sector. The best ideas are eligible for over $20,000 in prizes.

Hacking Health Windsor-Detroit aims to provide the platform for sustainable solutions and start-ups that target the health care industry, with a focus on the Detroit-Windsor region. The event is open to a range of professions and sectors, including doctors, nurses, hospital administrators and CEOs, computer programmers, graphic designers, technology companies, students and investors.

“The ultimate goal of Hacking Health Windsor-Detroit is improving patient-centric health care while building cross-sector and cross-border collaboration that spurs tech startups and regional economic development,” says Paul Riser, director of Technology-Based Entrepreneurship at TechTown Detroit. “It will be an intense three days, and we expect to see many promising new innovations that deliver significant impact to the face of the health care industry by the end of the weekend.”

Hacking Health Windsor-Detroit is organized by TechTown in Detroit,

Apr 27 / Sondra Auerbach

Industrial Engineers – Jr/Sr/Graduate – Domestic – Lean Operations Summer Internship Opportunity with MacLean-Fogg. Deadline 5/22/2015

MacLean-Fogg

https://macleanfogg.prevueaps.com/jobs/l/13894.html

If you want to expand your career while contributing to an innovative, dynamic and rapidly growing manufacturing company, we’re a right fit for you.

At MacLean- Fogg Component Solutions, our highly-skilled, motivated and ingenious people, are without question, our greatest strength. We are the leading supplier of Fasteners, Engineered Components and Linkage & Suspension products that serve many diverse industries. Our innovative culture allows our people accelerate their own development through targeted trainings and growth opportunities. If you’re ready to take this calculated risk, come form your career with us.

Lean Intern


Position Summary

The lean operations intern will help with the Lean Enterprise Transformation at the division level.

Position Description

  • Works on activities associated with manufacturing effectiveness using lean manufacturing techniques.
  • Correlates the use of data to support and measure manufacturing effectiveness.
  • Focuses on the major tools of Lean manufacturing and integrate their use in the manufacturing process
  • Identify opportunities for the elimination of waste and develop plans to reduce or eliminate.  Works with managers and staff to identify projects, resources, timing and value of projects.
  • Participate in interdivisional activities and projects as required.
  • Monitors and escalates actions to insure sustainment of results achieved through various Lean events.
  • Provides Management Updates on progress of Lean implementation and kaizen events.
  • Follows all Safety, Environmental and Quality policies and guidelines
  • Other duties may be assigned or required for this position

EOE – Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran

 

 

 

Apr 21 / Carmen Gamlin

24th Annual Race for the Cure 2015 – Sign up Engineering Warriors – Last Day April 28th

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It is time to make plans to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer research!

Go to http://communityoutreach.wayne.edu/waynecares/race-for-the-cure.php

May 16, 2015 RACE DAY SCHEDULE

 

6:30 a.m. to 7:45 a.m. Team MEET open
7:00 a.m. Individual (non-team) Packet Pickup, Registration and all booths open
8:00 a.m. Opening Ceremony:  Survivor & Memorial Recognition
9:00 a.m. Competitive 5K Start
            followed by 5K Walk Start
10:30 a.m. Closing Ceremony:  Runner and team awards

Race Breast Cancer Research

Our Team name is 

Wayne Cares – Engineering Warriors ( Carmen Gamlin)

You can walk or run for this Saturday, May 16th event. 

You could also join in with the Engineering Warriors team by donating

There is Victory in Every Step

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This is the College of Engineering’s first time having a team of

students, staff, faculty and alumni. 

Each previous year, there is a friendly competition between schools and colleges here at Wayne State University. There is another school that thinks that they will win again…..

Let’s start strong Engineering Warriors!

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If you have questions, then feel free to contact engcareers@wayne.edu.

Engineering Warriors!

It is a great time to be an Engineer!

Apr 21 / Carmen Gamlin

US Navy Recruits WSU Graduating Engineers for Commissioned Nuclear Officer and Engineering Positions

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Attention WSU Domestic Engineers!

Are you interested in starting out as a leader in the Nuclear Industry?

Contact Lieutenant Jesse Hermsen, jesse.j.hermsen@navy.mil to ask about:

$15,000 Signing Bonus for graduating Seniors

Submarine Officer Scholarship Program for $3,500 / month while you complete your degree

Navy Hermson

Hello WSU Warriors,

My name is Lieutenant Hermsen with US Navy Engineering Officer Programs.  I would like to share some scholarship information with WSU students.  Seniors- you are also eligible to apply for employment following graduation:

 

Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate Program (NUPOC)

If you are interested in being part of one of the top nuclear programs on earth, look into the NUPOC program. It offers up to $168,300 while finishing your degree, providing a regular monthly income ranging from $3,280 to $5,610 for up to 30 months prior to your graduation. That includes a generous military salary, a food allowance, plus a housing allowance that is based upon the location of the school you attend. With Naval Reactor Engineer, Submarine, and Nuclear Aircraft Carrier you will receive a $15,000 signing bonus.  You’ll also enjoy comprehensive military health-care benefits – with no uniforms, no drilling requirements and no service obligation until you graduate.

From there, you’ll begin the process of being commissioned as a Navy Nuclear Officer and take on unrivaled training and professional responsibilities. Through this highly competitive program, there are opportunities in any of four career focus areas. Learn more about those areas, the specific qualification requirements and the specific offers related to each:

 

Submarine Officer (Nuclear Submarines):

http://www.navy.com/careers/nuclear-power/submarine-officer-nuclear-submarines.html#ft-key-responsibilities

 

Surface Warfare Officer (Nuclear Aircraft Carriers):

http://www.navy.com/careers/nuclear-power/surface-warfare-nuclear.html#ft-key-responsibilities

 

Naval Reactors Engineer:

http://www.navy.com/careers/nuclear-power/reactors-engineer.html#ft-key-responsibilities

 

Naval Nuclear Power School Instructor:

http://www.navy.com/careers/nuclear-power/nuclear-power-school.html#ft-key-responsibilities

 

NUPOC Scholarship:

http://www.navy.com/joining/college-options/nupoc.html

 

Basic Eligibility: Be a U.S. Citizen, within 30 months of graduation, 1 year of Calculus, and 1 year of Calculus-based Physics. Be physically qualified by Navy standards.  Open to seniors, juniors, and sophomores. Please let me know when you would like to schedule an appointment to discuss the opportunities. I look forward to hearing from you. Thank you,

 

Lieutenant Jesse Hermsen

NRD Michigan

Navy Nuclear Propulsion, Civil Engineering, and Chaplain Programs

2144 S. State St., Ste. D, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Cell: (313) 304-9611 (Preferred)

Office: (734) 769-0054

jesse.j.hermsen@navy.mil

Apr 20 / Carmen Gamlin

Urban Science Recruits WSU Computer Savvy Students for App Development Associate Positions

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WSU Warriors!

If the description below describes your skill set, then apply today!

https://careers-urbanscience.icims.com/jobs/search?pr=0&searchLocation=12781-12806-Detroit

 Application Development Associate

 

POSITION OVERVIEW

The App Dev Associate is responsible for software design and implementation, which includes developing and testing features for future applications and supporting existing applications. These teams provide state-of-the-art proprietary solutions to our global clients utilizing cutting-edge technology.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop and test new functionality, with general supervision regarding methodology and approach.
  • Work in a team environment to create and verify web applications, interfaces, and web services that meet and exceed customer’s needs and expectations.
  • Participate in application/solution design, code reviews and evaluation of the functionality against the client’s needs (user stories).
  • Develop testing algorithms for validating functionality.
  • Create and review technical designs.
  • Participate in release planning by providing estimates and design input.
  • Support and continuously improve iterative software development processes and procedures.
  • Work towards target deadlines that are in accordance with the release dates.

Qualifications – Education and Experience:

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, skills, abilities, and competencies required.

  • Preferred familiarity with, or desire and ability to learn:
    • Web languages and tools such as HTML, CSS, JQuery, JavaScript and Bootstrap;
    • Languages such as C#, MVC5, ASP.NET, WCF, and SQL;
    • Tools such as Visual Studio (VS), Team Foundation Server (TFS);
    • Web service technology;
    • Unit, integration, and exploratory testing.
  • Requires ability to:
    • Understand a situation by breaking it apart into smaller pieces, and/or tracing the implications of a situation in a step-by-step causal way.
    • Analyze requirements to determine how applications function in order to build effective designs and tests.
    • Learn and follow Urban Science’s Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
    • Create and maintain strong working relationships with colleagues and/or customers. Work cooperatively with others and be part of a team.
    • Develop business awareness and understanding of the business requirements of IT.
    • Behave in a trustworthy and transparent manner.
    • Monitor and check work deliverables ensuring high quality, accuracy and having a strong attention to detail.
    • Compose and verbally deliver information of varying levels. Communicate ideas, facts and data in writing.
    • Prioritize competing demands, manage multiple concurrent tasks and adapt to changing priorities.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

  • Demonstrate experience with software development and testing methodologies, in an internship, collegiate, or Capstone project.
  • Must have Baccalaureate degree in an appropriate IT field such as Computer Science or Computer Engineering from an accredited U.S. college or university, equivalent foreign institution, or equivalent experience.
  • Microsoft certifications are a plus.

WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 urban Science Brent Heraghty

Questions?  Contact Brent Heraghty, Sr. Corporate Recruiter

Urban Science

   Office: 313 568 4422

brheraghty@URBANSCIENCE.com

 www.urbanscience.com

400 Renaissance Center, Suite 3100

Detroit, MI 48243

This description is intended to describe the type and level of work being performed by a person assigned to this position. It is NOT an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required by a person so classified. The job may require additional hours beyond the normal 40-hour workweek.

 

Apr 17 / Carmen Gamlin

College of Engineering Recruiting Summer 2015 Engineering Camp Counselors – Apply Today!

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Attention WSU College of Engineering Warriors

Use your skills to reach the next Generation of Engineers

as a Student Assistant / Summer Camp Counselor

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Job Description

  • Work with the Day Camp Director and Program Staff to create a high quality experience for engineering summer campers aged 9 to 18.
  • Ensure the safety, well-being and happiness of campers
  • Be an active and supportive member of the Day Camp team and a positive member of the entire staff community.
  • Day Camp Counselors must demonstrate a professional demeanor at all times, acting in a manner that is consistent with the staff code of conduct and the philosophy, goals, and objectives of the College of Engineering Summer Camp.
  • Need Loads of energy, willingness to make a fool of yourself for a smile, and A desire to have fun!
  • Major priority is the safety of the campers!

Qualifications

  • Positive attitude and a genuine enthusiasm for working with children.
  • Ability to pass a background check.
  • Demonstrated experience working with children
  • Ability to teach and lead various recreational activities
  • Ability to communicate and work with a variety of age and skill levels
  • The desire and ability to work in a cooperative, team-oriented atmosphere
  • Must be prompt and reliable.
  • Have experience working with children.
  • Must be friendly, courteous, professional, and mature.
  • Ability to accept supervision and guidance.
  • Ability to assist in teaching an activity.
  • Good character, integrity, and adaptability.
  • Enthusiasm, sense of humor, patience, and self-control.
  • Must possess basic computer skills.
  • Excellent communication and leadership skills.
  • Ability to follow written and verbal direction.
  • Attention to detail

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Positions Information

  • WSU Student preferred
  • Cumulative of 3.3 GPA
  • Ability to work 20 – 40 hours per week
  • 8.25 / hour
  • June 2015 Start date
  • One day training will be provided

Application Instructions                                                        

  • Email resume to: precollegeengineering@wayne.edu
  • On subject line of email indicate: Applying for Summer Camp Counselor position
Apr 15 / Carmen Gamlin

Magna Powertrain Recruits WSU Warriors for Internships/Co-op and Full Time Positions today! 10- 2 College of Engineering Lobby

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Magna Powertrain will be in

Wayne State University’s College of Engineering Lobby

Today!

Wednesday, April 15th

10:00 to 2:00

Stop in with your Resumes in between classes Warriors!

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Magna Powertrain representatives are recruiting for

Internships

Co-op Positions

Full Time Engineering Positions

Wayne State Warriors

Undergraduate and Graduate Students

Domestic, F1 and J1 are all welcome to apply!

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  • Link to apply to full time positions only : Magna Careers website: http://www.magnapowertrain.com/capabilities/powertrain-systems/careers-at-magna-powertrain
  • All of Magna Powertrain internships/co-op opportunities are filled simply from attending career events!  There are no internship/co-op positions posted anywhere online.  They meet with students, take some notes, and make calls within 1-2 weeks following the event.
  • Full time positions: Production Support Project Management, Mechanical Project Management, Software Project Management

magna Powertrain Liz Adams

Liz Adams, Corporate Recruiter at Magna Powertrain

www.linkedin.com/pub/liz-adams/62/b30/663/en

Available Internship/Co-op Departments:

 

Vehicle Verification

  • Vehicle Verification (EEV) integrates the mechanical, electrical and software components in a vehicle to calibrate and test for functionality to meet customer requirements.

 

Software

  • The Software (EES) department takes mathematical equations and represents them in graphical-flow-charts-like programming environment. Different features or functions for the user can be created by combining those charts together

 

Software & HiL Testing

  • Software & HiL Testing (EET) comprehend software requirements, setup test simulation framework, develop and execute suite of tests and report the findings by adhering to process which facilitates release of high quality software

 

CAE

  • CAE (EMC) conducts simulation to support DS Programs, from concept, through development, verification and problem resolution, which includes NVH FEA Analysis, modal, TPA, FRF’s, Durability, Fatigue, Stress, Factor of Safety Calculations, Multi Body Dynamics. In addition to this, EMC is responsible for Gear Development, Spline / Bearing Sizing, and Friction Material expertize.

 

Design

  • The Design A (EMA) department is responsible for the creation and revision of models and drawings for concepts, prototype and serial production designs. EMA also performs dimensional analysis including stack-up and VSA.

 

Test Bench Services (EMS)/ Powertrain Testing (EMT) |LA|

  • Test Bench Services (EMS) is responsible for the creation of tooling to support testing and execution of function and durability related testing.
  • Powertrain Testing (EMT) at the project level is responsible for definition of loading requirements, test definition and to facilitate DVP execution. At the department level, EMT is responsible for the definition and reporting of function and durability related testing.

 

Warranty

  • Work exclusively with our plant in Ramos, MX to perform root-cause analysis on parts flagged with a warranty claim. Analyze this data and deliver results back to the customer. This role will still be located in Troy, MI. Spanish speaking skills not required.

Apr 13 / Carmen Gamlin

Criminal Justice / Law Enforcement Career Fair On April 14th in Student Center Ballrooms Recruiting WSU Warriors

 

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Criminal Justice Job and Career Fair

 for

WSU Warriors

Interested in Working in Law Enforcement?

You have to Engage with Industry Leaders 

24th Annual NOBLE Criminal Justice Job and Career Fair

Tuesday, April 14, 2015, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Student Center Ballroom

WSU

Learn about Career & Internship Opportunities Meet Recruiters from

FBI, ATF, DEA, ICE, Secret Service, U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services, corrections, courts and other police and criminal justice related agencies        

Apr 13 / Carmen Gamlin

TRANE Meet and Greet Today for All WSU Engineering and Engineering Technology Majors 10:00 to 2:00 in room 1520 EDC

 

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All Engineering majors!

All Engineering Technology majors!

All Computer Science Majors!

 

You are Welcome to drop off your resumes and meet with Seth, Trane’s Recruiter. 

 Seth is a Professional Engineer and General Sales Manager of Trane Detroit.

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10:00 – 11:00 Resume Drop & Networking

11:00 Brief Presentation

11:15 – 1:00 Resume Drop & Networking

1:00 Brief Presentation

1:15 – 2:00 Resume Drop & Networking

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Carmen Gamlin, MA LPC
Career Services Consultant
College of Engineering, 1524 EDC
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI 48202
313 577 8336 | carmen.gamlin@wayne.edu
linkedin.com/in/carmengamlin

Apr 7 / Carmen Gamlin

Mercedes Benz Research and Development North America is seeking WSU Engineering Warriors for Full Time Positions

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Mercedes Benz Research and Development North America

Full Time and Internship Postings to be filled in Michigan and Across the Nation

Redford, MI is specifically seeking engineering talents in the are of Powertrain and eDrive.

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http://www.mbrdna.com/careers/

All WSU Engineering Warriors

Domestic and International

Bachelors, Masters and Doctoral Graduates

WSU Alum and Engineering Manager share this positions for WSU College of Engineering

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