Hello Engineering Warriors,
Detroit Diesel is looking to hire Engineers for five(5) different full-time positions. For over 70 years, they have designed and built the heavy-duty engines that fuel commerce and transportation across North America and around the world. These positions are:
- Diagnostic System and On-Board Diagnostics Engineer
- Software Engineer
- Vehicle Test and Validation Engineer
- Engineering Program Manager
- Vehicle Sign-off Application Engineer
In addition to the above full-time positions, please visit www.dtna.jobs to apply to the local ( and out of state) internship and co-op positions as listed below.
1009778 Detroit Intern – Task Force, Expires 4/23/14
- - Availability ASAP
- - 3.0 GPA minimum
- - Proficient in Excel and Microsoft tools
- - Analytical skills and problem solving understanding
- - Data entry for Top issue tracking and results after corrective actions
- - Weekly creation of the OEE
- - Take part in creating presentations
- - Take part in Changeover work shop
1009710 Detroit Intern – Production Cost Controlling, Expires 3/30/14
- - May-November availability
- - Minimum of two years college completed (Junior standing)
- - GPA 3.0
- - Business Administration, Engineering, Finance and/or Controlling
- - Proficiency in Microsoft Office (esp. MS Excel and MS PowerPoint)
- - Ability to translate business needs into technical requirements
- - Experience with cost savings and implementation
- - Experience with producing presentations and reports for upper-level management
- - Experience with Multinational Corporation
1009447 Detroit Intern – Material Planning / Logistics Analyst, Expires 3/21/14
- -Availability: March
- -Minimum Junior College Standing
- -Logistics/Supply Chain Management, Business, Industrial Engineering, or Information Technology Majors (also acceptable: General Studies with focus on Technical Studies ie: Math, Science,…)
- -3.0 GPA or higher
- -Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word
- -Communication skills (written and verbal)
- -Data Analysis capabilities
- -Understanding of ERP/MRP system functionality
- -Microsoft Access and PowerPoint
- Data Analysis and Entry to support the implementation of S60 Engine Program at Detroit Remanufacturing West
- -Coordinate Part Set Up, Pricing, and Bill of Material for S60 Engine Program
- -Support role in the design and implementation of Routings/Work centers and material consumption
- -Creating Presentations
- -Support of ERP system improvements
- -Data Collection in support of Remanufacturing literature updates
1009767 Intern – Quality/Engineering, Expires 4/3/14
Location: High Point, NC
- - 3.0 GPA minimum
- - March-June Availability
- - Mechanical or Industrial Engineering
- - Junior/Senior minimum – graduate preferred
- - Excellent understanding of torsion / torque theory
- - Understanding of control / audit theory
- - Manufacturing experience and/or
- - Building project experience (eg. Race car build, Baja car, SAE competition etc..) and/or
- - Building experience @ home
- - Critical characteristic implementation
- - Control plan a reaction plan development
- - FMEA workshops
- - Capital requests and procurement
- - Shop floor interaction with equipment, tools, and information systems
1009776 Intern – Electrical Engineer, Expires 4/3/14
Location: Portland, OR
- - March until May availability
- - A Junior/Senior/Graduate student in Electrical Engineering (Computer Science or Mechanical Engineer may be considered)
- - 3.0 GPA minimum
- - Ability to perform hands-on work and mechanically inclined
- - Strong PC skills with the ability to learn Engineering PC applications
- - Proficiency in Microsoft Windows operating system and Microsoft Office
- - Programming language experience with C++, C#, Java and Matlab
- - Ability to learn to analyze recorded data
- - Interested in engine and vehicle development and testing
- - Electronic/wiring troubleshooting skills
- - Understanding of vehicle CAN networks
- - Electric circuits, Microelectronics, Signal Processing, Telecommunications and Instrumentation experience
Day to Day
- - Assist resident Electronic Engineers in the support of a fleet of prototype heavy duty trucks, focusing on powertrain electronic control and diagnosis
- - Maintain data post processing tool to analyze data with graphic user interface (GUI) and make improvements as needed
- - Utilize Fault Code Database to diagnose powertrain faults and contribute to weekly meetings
- - Support engineering electrical issues and diagnostic trouble codes for root cause analysis
- - Enhance application tools for increased effectiveness, versatility and efficiency within the team
Fun-filled Saturday working with top 4th and 5th grade science students on an Engineering project at Birmingham Public School.
Time: 9:00 am – 11:00 am
- Saturday March 15, 2014
- Saturday May 3, 2014
Event: Have fun working with 4th and 5th graders on a STEM project.
- Help the community
- Promote STEM education
- Record community service on your university transcript
- Carpool from WSU at 8:15 am
If interested in participating, please contact Jasmine Roberson at firstname.lastname@example.org
To ensure the community service activity is recorded on your transcript, please contact Jasmine Roberson at email@example.com.
Student Volunteers are needed for the Career Services Employment Expo
to help with Employer Check-in
on Tuesday, April 1, 2014
at the McGregor Memorial Conference Center.
The time commitment will be from 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM in which students will be assisting with parking, transporting promotional materials, and escorting employer representatives to their assigned tables.
Lunch is provided for all volunteers. This participation will allow you early access to potential employers, where you can then reinforce your professionalism during the job fair between 1-4 PM. Volunteers who are able to genuinely commit their time will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
To sign up or for more information, email Nannette McCleary at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attention All WSU Warriors!
This is your opportunity to engage with numerous employers recruiting on our Detroit campus.
They will be looking for you to bring numerous resumes to apply for:
Full Time Positions
You should research the employers that are registered by logging on to the Career Services Website, www.careerservices.wayne.edu. The Employer list is growing every day. A great way to prepare your resumes for this career fair, is to have an objective that states the name of that specific employer. Since so many have noted the titles of the positions that they are seeking, you could tailor your resume prior to networking.
Employers are seeking both undergraduate and graduate students from all of Wayne State’s Schools and Colleges.
Here is a snapshot of the Employers specifically recruiting majors
from the College of Engineering as of March 5th.
Sequent Performance Products
Denso International America
EFTEC North America
General Motors Company
Michigan Neurology Associates, PC
Nationwide Children’s Hospital
Sumitomo Electric Wiring Systems
Systems in Motion
There are more added each day as well as Information Sessions leading up to the event.
It is a great time to be a WSU Engineering Warrior!
By Laurianne McLaughlin, Information Week
The biggest obstacle to your IT career success may be your inner voice, says Dell CIO and Wayne State University College of Engineering alumna Adriana Karaboutis.
“I have this saying,” Dell CIO Adriana Karaboutis told me recently. “‘Get out of your own way.’ Often it’s your internal voice that stops you.”
Her advice to rising female IT leaders echoes what I’ve heard from Wal-Mart CIO Karenann Terrell. Women tend to wait longer than men before reaching for that next role, seeking that big promotion, moving to a different industry, Terrell says. Women — and not just women in IT — listen to an inner voice that tells us to make the resume perfect before we try to climb the next career ladder rung.
Read full article.
This job fair is open to any college student who is a senior or recent alumni
seeking either internships or entry level opportunities.
Students of all majors are encouraged to bring their resumes to network with employers.
This job fair is for multiple universities and is held semi-annually in both Fall and Spring
in Burton Manor in Livonia, MI.
Pre-Registration is online before March 19th at MCJF.org
$10 Pre Registration Fee
$15 at the Door
It is a great time to be a WSU Warrior!
Hello Wayne State University Warriors!
Today is the day to network with representatives from Consumer Energy who will be here recruiting in the Engineering Building from 1:00 to 3:00 today. Today’s Information Session is Coordinated Through AIChE.
I glanced at their current openings on their website today and there are numerous entry level jobs as well as college internships in the following disciplines:
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Electrical Engineering
- Computer Science – Information Systems
- Mechanical Engineering
- MBA Interns
- College Interns “All other Majors”
I do believe that this basically covers all WSU Warriors looking for jobs. So bring your resumes and your interest to room 1520 of the Engineering Development Center between 1:00 and 3:00 today. Be sure to also apply to the current openings at http://www.consumersenergy.com/content.aspx?id=1151.
Be a great warrior and share this with a friend.
We look forward to seeing you today in the Engineering building.
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.
There are at least 5 reasons that WSU 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 fee is even waived. If you want credit for your work in industry then you should enroll for the one credit course. This is coordinated through the academic departments. Your Academic Advisor will be able to advise you in the correct procedure.
So if you are an undergraduate student not registered this semester, call (313) 577-3390 to reach your Co-op Coordinator assigned to your major. Graduate students will have a course in each department if you are working or plan to work in industry. it has a different format than the career services course but will indicate a semester of working in industry.If you are a graduate student, you should contact your Academic Advisor to see your options. As the College of Engineering, Career Services Consultant, I remain availalbe to you if you have career concerns or career related good news. I can be reaced at 313 577-8336, email@example.com or connect with me on Linkedin, www.linkedin.com/in/carmengamlin.
What is the Chrysler Bowl?
An Exciting 2-Day Event at Chrysler Group Headquarters in Auburn Hills, MI on Friday, March 21, 2014, 2pm-9pm and Saturday, March 22, 2014, 9am-5pm.
On March 21-22, 2014, Chrysler will hold it’s first “College Bowl” or Chrysler Bowl. Chrysler is inviting the top STEM students from WSU to participate. To be eligible, students must be freshmen in Science, Mathematics, Engineering or IT with a GPA minimum of 3.0.
- Interactive, Creative, Team Competition for Scholarship Money!
- Resume Creation/Personal Branding
- Team Building Exercises
- Scavenger Hunt
- Food, Fun and Festivities!
The deadline for receipt of WSU Warrior completed application is Tuesday, MARCH 4, 2014 at midnight. Of those entries submitted, Chrysler will select ten students from 9 of their select universities to attend the 2-day Chrysler Bowl in Auburn Hills.
Why an Engineering and IT Chrysler Bowl?
Students will be able to compete for scholarship money while having a creative forum to showcase their skills and talents beyond the typical resume profile.
- Teaches students important leadership and professional skills through selected competitive topics.
- Provides Chrysler an enhanced recruiting opportunity to identify future leaders.
- Offers enhanced visibility and recognition among students.
- 1st Place Team: $1,000 each individual
- 2nd Place Team: $750 each individual
- 3rd Place Team: $500 each individual
- 3 individuals chosen for outstanding personal achievements: $600
- Consolation prizes will be given to each participant
This will be a fun and innovative way to showcase top WSU Warrior students’ talents while providing valuable networking opportunities.
HOW TO APPLY?
There is a quick turnaround for the requested application to the due date of March 4th however,
event organizers are looking for more WSU freshmen applicants.
Contact Phone Number:
Major/Major of Interest:
This information must be completed in its entirety and submitted to along with your video for consideration to ChrysUR@chrysler.com in order to participate in the Chrysler Group College Bowl. Students will be notified by March 6th via email whether or not they have been selected as a participant. Note: All students MUST attend both days of competition, March 21st-22nd, 2014 in their entirety. Applicants will be judged on the content and creativity of their video. All decisions will be final.
If you have questions, then you can contact Carmen Gamlin, COE Career Services Consultant at 313 577 8336.
Information Session for
WSU Pre-Med Students
Friday, March 28th
12:00 – 2:00pm
1520 Engineering Development Center
- Learn about shadowing a physician to scribe medical reports gaining amazing insight into the medical profession
- Discover an ideal, part-time, paid work opportunity that will enhance your medical school or health science program application package
PhysAssist Scribes has served a number of the nation’s top physician groups and EDs. Today, they provide top-quality scribing services to emergency facilities coast to coast, often staffing multiple locations for their clients. Help others. Help yourself. They are coming to Wayne State University always looking for motivated scribes and corporate employees.
All Majors are Welcome to attend.
Bring your Resumes!
RSVP: Email firstname.lastname@example.org