All prospective co-op students are encouraged to
attend an interviewing workshop.
Gain Valuable Information About
- Researching prospective employers
- Marketing yourself
- Secrets to interview success
- Writing thank-you letters
WSU Co-op Coordinators
Maureen Johnson and Diane Grimord
WSU Career Services 1001 FAB
Thursday February 05 2:30 pm 1347 FAB
Wednesday February 11 3:00 pm 1347 FAB
Thursday February 19 3:00 pm 1347 FAB
Tuesday March 03 2:00 pm 1347 FAB
Tuesday March 10 2:30 pm 1351 FAB
Monday March 23 1:30 pm 1347 FAB
Wednesday March 25 3:00 pm 1351 FAB
Tuesday March 31 2:00 pm 1347 FAB
Thursday April 02 2:30 pm 1347 FAB
Tuesday April 07 3:00 pm 1347 FAB
Attention all WSU Biomedical Engineering Warriors!
Tammy Lucas of NRG Staffing Solutions
is interested in receiving your resumes for up and coming opportunities.
If you have just graduated in December or plan to graduate in May 2015
then please send your resume to
Tammy Lucas, Account Manager at NRG Staffing Solutions, Inc.
(248) 499-9099 Ext. 29
Detroit M-1 RAIL Streetcar Project – Send resumes to Nick Kennedy – firstname.lastname@example.org
Stacy and Witbeck is one of the country’s largest heavy civil contractors and a top builder of light rail, commuter rail, and streetcar systems. We are recognized throughout the construction industry for our ability to manage complex projects while creating a cooperative relationship with owners, stakeholders, subcontractors, and the communities in which we work. Stacy and Witbeck is interested in talented candidates with backgrounds related to construction management or engineering. We also seek individuals in related construction fields like safety, quality control, and contract management and top professionals in a wide range of career areas.
In this internship, the intern will gain a general understanding of transit construction; expand his or her knowledge of skills in field disciplines, quality and safety process, while gaining exposure to management systems. An intern’s exposure to the management systems will be based upon their experience and prior training and the direction of their supervisor.
- Must be pursuing a bachelor’s degree (or higher) in Engineering, Construction or a related area of study
- Must have knowledge and experience working with Microsoft Word and Excel Strong work ethic – willing to do what it takes to get the job done
- Positive attitude
- Good written and verbal communication skills
- Be willing to fully participate in job assignments at the job site or department to which the intern is assigned
A Field/Office Engineer Intern position provides a hands-on learning experience directly related to responsibilities that transfer to skills needed in a full-time position. The opportunity is available to develop, participate and learn key roles and functions within construction project management operations.
Stacy and Witbeck interns are exposed to any number of responsibilities held by their entry-level field engineering employees including:
- Knowledge of transit construction crafts (carpentry, equipment operators, laborers, rail workers, etc.)
- Planning / Estimating / Scheduling
- Progress reporting and cost control
- Material and equipment management
- Surveying and quantity tracking
- Temporary structure design
- Field operations supervision
- Subcontractor coordination
- Relocation maybe necessary
- Other duties as assigned
WSU Domestic Engineering Warriors!
The Detroit Branch of the United States Patent Trademark Office
Thursday, January 29th
Information /Networking Session
Recruiting for 25 Patent Engineering positions for the Detroit Office
Mechanical, Electrical and Computer Engineering
as well as
a Summer 2015, 8-10 week summer Externship in Patent Engineering
for all Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Computer Science majors
2:00 Networking with USPTO WSU Ambassador, Nicholas Kohlderman
3:00 Information Session nad 15 min presentation
4:00 Information Session and 15 min presentation ( Repeat of 3:00 presentation)
5:00 Walk-in Networking
Attention all WSU Civil Engineering Warriors
with full time availability
Jordan Semrow is an Engineering and Environmental Recruiter
There are opportunities that demand your attention.
Jordan is looking for a Civil Engineer who has a knowledge or experience with
land development, utility design, inspection, or municipalities.
He is also looking for anyone interested in Construction Material Technicians and Surveyors.
If WSU Engineering Warriors are interested then contact Jordan Semrow
at (734) 585-7899 or at email@example.com.
It is a great time to be an Engineer!
Center for Senior Independence currently has the need for an RN,
a Nurse Practitioner and a Physical Therapist.
The Registered Nurse (RN) of the Center For Senior Independence (CSI) utilizes a systematic approach to nursing practice which incorporates all aspects of the nursing process including, assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of frail elders with complex needs. The RN demonstrates a direct relationship between nursing interventions and participant outcomes and demonstrates clinical competence and engages in effective patient teaching in areas of prevention as well as treatment. The RN effectively leads or directs licensed and non-professional nursing staff in the coordinated delivery of care to participants of the Center for Senior Independence program. The focus of care is one that enhances functional capacity, encouraging autonomy in all aspects of care, and assures coordination of all nursing care.
- The RN assumes responsibility for self-development through continuing education, utilizing resources within the health care system or elsewhere; the RN promotes professional behavior and growth by serving as a role model within the health team.
- Must be a Registered Nurse with current Michigan licensure.
- The ability to establish and maintain interpersonal and interdepartmental relationships.
- The ability to apply principles of adult learning in planning and implementing educational activities.
- The ability to lead and direct other licensed and non-professional nursing staff in the delivery of care.
- The ability to participate in and/or facilitate QA projects resulting from data results.
- The ability to assist with the implementation of nursing research studies.
The Nurse Practitioner (NP), in collaboration with the Center for Senior Independence (CSI) physicians, is responsible for the medical care of CSI participants as approved by the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT). The Nurse Practitioner only acts within the scope of his/her practice. The practice parameter for the nurse practitioner is determined by the location of the participant including but not limited to: the CSI day health center, home visits, hospitals, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities.
- Registered Professional Nurse, with current Michigan license, and Masters of Science in Nursing with a clinical nursing focus and nurse practitioner license.
- Three (3) to five (5) years of progressively more responsible experience as an RN in a clinical setting with expertise substantiated in the area of geriatrics is preferred, through education, experience and credentials. Must have one (1) year of experience with a frail or elderly population.
Under supervision of the rehabilitation supervisor, implements medically prescribed physical therapy treatment programs (i.e. heat, water, exercise, electricity, etc.) directed toward relieving pain and/or restoring or maintaining physical function.
- Physical Therapy degree (Bachelor, Master or Doctoral).
- Current State of Michigan licensure.
- Must have one (1) year of experience with a frail or elderly population.
- Physical ability to constantly exercise, lift patients, push wheelchairs and move equipment.
Interested in any of these positions, please forward a resume to Kristen.Cremeens@csipace.org. For more info on the Center for Senior Independence please visit http://www.csipace.org/.
Wayne State University’s Cooperative Education Program is designed to provide students with paid career-related experience aligned with their academic area of study. These job assignments encompass professional level work and involve assigning students to a particular department or project within an organization.
Who can Participate
The program is available to most students who meet specific criteria including, but not limited to, a minimum GPA of 2.0 and a minimum class standing at the junior level. Upon completion of a Co-op assignment, students will receive official transcript acknowledgement of their participation.
How to Participate
If you would like to participate in a co-op, you must first register on CSO and attend a Co-op information Session for details. They are facilitated by the WSU Co-op Coordinators, Maureen Johnson and Diane Grimord.
Tues. 03 2:00 pm 1339 FAB*
Thurs. 05 1:30 pm 1339 FAB*
Tues. 10 1:30 pm 1520 EDC**
Wed. 11 2:00 pm 1339 FAB*
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Tues. 24 1:30pm 1339 FAB*
Thurs. 26 2:00pm 1339 FAB*
Mon. 02 1:30 pm 1339 FAB*
Wed. 04 2:00 pm 1520 EDC**
Tues. 10 1:30 pm 1347 FAB*
Fri. 13 10:00 am 1339 FAB*
Wed.. 25 2:00 pm 1339 FAB*
Thurs. 26 2:00pm 1200 EDC**
Thurs. 02 1:30 pm 1339 FAB*
Tues. 07 2:00 pm 1339 FAB*
NOTE: All meetings begin promptly as scheduled and last approximately 1 hour. Please check updated schedule in case room number has changed.
Hello Engineering Warriors!
Start this semester off on the right note.
Undergraduate and graduate College of Engineering students
are eligible to join Theta TAU, co-ed engineering fraternity.
Networking is key to Career Success.
Simply stop my the lobby of the Engineering Development Center
Tuesday, January 13th in order to chat with a fellow Engineering Warrior.
An FBI hiring canvass for cyber talent that began in December and closes on January 20, 2015 is currently available. The FBI announced the launch of a tech workforce recruitment campaign on fbijobs.gov. The canvass is aimed at recruiting top technical talent from STEM-related fields, particularly science, engineering and mathematics. The FBI is seeking responsible, motivated, self-starters to work in high pressure and demanding team environments as Special Agents, Computer Scientists, Information Technology Specialists and Engineers. The canvass is seeking Cyber Interns as well. The positions range from grades GS-4 through GS-13 and will be assigned at locations throughout the United States. During this campaign, the FBI is also recruiting for the Cyber Internship Program.
Special Agents (Cyber)
Information Technology Forensic Examiners
This announcement is open to all U.S. citizens and all applicants must meet the minimum requirements for each position. Additional information regarding these opportunities is available online at www.fbijobs.gov and www.fbijobs.gov/cybercareers.
Hosted by The Engineering Society of Detroit, the City of Southfield, and the Southfield Area Chamber of Commerce
Take advantage of this opportunity to network with engineers and business leaders throughout Southeast Michigan. We will meet from 4:30-6:30 PM on the third thursdays of every month at various restaurants in Southfield. Hors d’oeuvres will be served, and there will be a cash bar.
Cost: There is no cost to attend for ESD and Southfield Chamber members. $10 for nonmembers.
To Register: Contact Tanya at the Southfield Area Chamber of Commerce at 248-557-6661 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, contact: Elana Shelef at 248.353.0735 ext. 119, or email@example.com.
UPCOMING DATES AND LOCATIONS:
|January 15 – Beans & Cornbread Red Velvet Room, 29508 Northwestern Hwy, Southfield, MI 48034
February 19 – Southfield Area Chamber (couldn’t secure a venue) 24300 Southfield Rd., Suite 101, Southfield, MI. 48075
March 19 – Comfort Suites, 24977 Northwestern Highway, Southfield, MI 48075
April 16 – Applebee’s, 29177 Southfield Road, Southfield, MI 48076
May 21 – Marriott, 27033 Northwestern Hwy, Southfield, MI 48033