Summer & Work Opportunities

ICM Corporation Hiring

posted May 24, 2016, 9:41 AM by Mindy WIllard


Manheim Now Hiring Drivers

posted Apr 29, 2016, 7:48 AM by Mindy WIllard


Quad Graphics is Hiring!

posted Apr 26, 2016, 8:45 AM by Mindy WIllard   [ updated Apr 26, 2016, 8:45 AM ]


Hypneumat, Inc Hiring

posted Apr 19, 2016, 10:30 AM by Mindy WIllard

HYPNEUMAT, INC.

Located in Franklin, Wisconsin, ISO-registered Hypneumat, Inc. is one of the original manufacturers of 

industrial automation products.  Through the expertise of skilled craftsmen, Hypneumat produces high 

speed drilling and tapping units, along with multi-spindle heads and fixtures.  Having been in business 

for over 65 years, Hypneumat products can be found in nearly every major manufacturing industry 

throughout the world.

Hypneumat, Inc. is currently in search of qualified candidates for the position of;


MANUFACTURING/MACHINE ASSEMBLY

Duties of this fulltime, entry level position include:

Under direct supervision and after appropriate training, performs tasks using small hand and power 

tools to prepare and assemble components used in the manufacture of our products.

 Operation of semi-automated equipment, preparing raw materials and machined components 

for assembly processes.

 Following various ISO requirements, reviews written production documents, basic instructions 

and print diagrams.  

 Performance of basic measurements and documentation of quality and production results.

 Completion of clean up and housekeeping procedures.  

 Perform other miscellaneous duties as assigned by supervision.

Experience, Educational and Physical Requirements:

 High School diploma/Equivalent

 Ability to perform detail orientated, mechanical functions.   

 Ability to multi task.

 Ability to perform basic math functions, read and comprehend written manufacturing related 

documents, including required quality data.

 While performing this position, employee is frequently required to stand and walk about the 

facility and wear and maintain required personal protection equipment related to specific tasks.  

 The employee may be required to lift and/or move up to 50 lbs. periodically.

Compensation:

Fulltime position offering a competitive, hourly wage.

Summer Work Saz's Festivals

posted Apr 13, 2016, 5:18 AM by Mindy WIllard

Upcoming Summer Casting Calls for our seasonal employment for Saz's Festivals.  We will be holding a job fair Saturday April 30th and Saturday May 7th at Saz's State House (55th & State) from 9 - 11 am.


All the information is on the attached PDF as well as online at http://www.SazsFestivals.com


Thanks in advance for sharing this opportunity, and should you have questions, please let me know.



Thanks,




Curt Kluth

Saz's Hospitality Group

5539 W State Street

Milwaukee, WI 53208

414.256.8772 • C 414-617-1228 • F 414-875-9769

www.sazs.com

Job Opening - Sherwin Williams

posted Apr 12, 2016, 7:24 AM by Mindy WIllard

To Apply Click Here

Sales Associate

Sherwin-Williams 
6229 Washington Ave, Racine WI 
Posted 4 days ago

Welcome to Sherwin-Williams 

Sherwin-Williams is the largest coatings company in North America, and the third largest in the world. With $11 billion in sales, 4,000+ stores, and 90+ manufacturing and technical centers, we proudly serve customers in over 120 countries. Our 45,000+ employees across the globe are diverse, innovative and passionate. With a variety of rewarding and challenging opportunities, Sherwin-Williams is a great place to launch and grow a career. Find yours and join us today. 

This position is responsible for supporting the sales efforts at a Sherwin-Williams paint store, servicing wholesale and retail customers. It will assist customers in person and over the phone by determining needs and presenting appropriate products and services. This involves ensuring that sales transactions are completed accurately, maintaining accurate work order files and formulas, pulling appropriate products from the sales floor or warehouse, and tinting and mixing them to customer specifications. This position will also stock shelves and set up displays, clean store equipment, and load and unload trucks. It may also assist in making deliveries if necessary. 

BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: 
  • Must be at least 18 years of age.
  • Must have a valid driver's license.
  • Must be legally authorized to work in country of employment without sponsorship for employment visa status.
  • Must be able to retrieve material from shelves and floor stacks and lift and carry up to 50 lbs.
  • Must be able to tint paint, therefore, must be able to distinguish the difference between colors.
  • Must be able to operate a computer and communicate via the telephone. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
  • High school diploma or comparable certification (e.g. GED). PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: 
  • Prior experience in a sales or customer service position.
  • Customer service skills, including problem solving and handling customer complaints.
  • Good written and verbal communication skills. 
  • Who we are At Sherwin-Williams, we're proud of the company we keep - our family of loyal employees. To learn about our company and our culture go to 
  • Sherwin.com/careers.
  • Trees for Tomorrow

    posted Mar 23, 2016, 6:47 AM by Mindy WIllard

    http://www.treesfortomorrow.com/programs/careers-workshop


    High School students discover if a natural resources career is the path to your future! Students who participate in the Trees For Tomorrow’s Careers in Natural Resources workshop will meet foresters, fisheries and wildlife biologists, water resource specialists, conservation wardens, recreation land managers, and more!

     Experience real-life field work, and develop outdoor skills. Also learn what various occupations require for education or training, what they pay, and what today's job market is like. View a sample schedule and check out the 2013 Careers Workshop on Facebook. Get a step ahead by participating in this workshop and earning college credit!

    Contact the Careers Workshop Coordinator, Jenny Sadak, at Trees For Tomorrow (Jenny@treesfortomorrow.com or 715-479-6456, ext. 227) for more information.

    Air Force Research Laboratory Discovery Lab

    posted Mar 18, 2016, 6:54 AM by Mindy WIllard

    HS Junior/Senior Summer Experience-  Air Force Research Laboratory's (AFRL) Discovery Lab (DLabG)

    APRIL 10- DEADLINE

     

    This introductory internship is meant to be a springboard to future research internship opportunities with us and our partnering companies and communities. Our planned partners include researchers from Air Force, NASA, Army, and EPA, as well as companies expected to be working with us this summer.

    We are offering 4 and 8-week part time internships that can be adjusted (to include the start dates) to accommodate a student’s other summer commitments such as family vacations, summer jobs, etc.

    Although these are part time unpaid Experiential Learning internships, our mentored project-based approach will give the students the opportunity to work on serious real world projects in virtual reality, mobile apps, wearable technologies, and Drone engineering as part of a team. This is a demanding professional-level internship experience that is designed to help the highly motivated students:

     Strengthen their resume

     Grow professionally

     Build a professional network

     Make better career decisions

     

    We are located near Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio however students have the option to participate remotely from their summer residence (as 3D avatars) thus avoiding the need to travel. This remote option is aided by our 3D virtual reality campus and by robotic telepresence capabilities.

     

    Links to Discovery Lab information.

     AFRL's Discovery Lab ... http://y2u.be/yQb0sJHY_Rk  

     City paper describing our Discovery Lab program ...http://tinyurl.com/hbkkme5  

     

    For More Information  CONTACT:

    Dr Rob Williams

    Director, DLabG

    Email: DLG.Dir.2016@gmail.com



    UW OshKosh Summer Programs

    posted Mar 16, 2016, 7:15 AM by Mindy WIllard

    Browse our engaging youth programs!

    Discover what it’s like to work in exciting careers! Our youth career exploration programs give students hands-on and exciting experiences. Visit each program page to view details on workshops and week-long summer academies.

    Explore CSI Youth ProgramsYou see it on TV…now learn what it’s like in real life.

    Solve crimes like real forensic scientists. Dust for fingerprints, take shoe impressions, and use real CSI equipment and techniques. Learn about the essential role forensic scientists play. Learn more 

    Discover Firefighting Youth ProgramsLive the life of a firefighter.

    The world looks pretty sweet at the top of a 75-foot areal ladder! Fight fires and learn life-saving response techniques. Get hands-on experience with skill scenarios, teamwork challenges and training exercises.

    Investigate Police Youth Programs

    Learn what it takes to protect and serve.

    Law enforcement professionals play an essential role in ensuring the safety of our community. Perform tasks and scenario exercises a at a state-of-the-art training facility.Learn more 

    Experience RTF youth programsBe a star—behind the scenes or in front of the camera.

    Whether you want to be on the stage or producing the final cuts, discover your talent in the radio, television and film fields! Explore all three areas and find your passion. Learn more 

    ehe cardFrom the air that we breathe to the food that we eat…

    Someone has to work to keep us safe! Explore how environmental health and engineering scientists protect our environment and public health. Learn more 

    ACT Prep Youth ProgramsA MUST for high school students!

    A strong performance on the ACT test can help you gain entrance to the college of your choice. Give yourself the edge you need by attending our prep course. Learn more 

    Pharmacy Summer Program at UW Madison

    posted Mar 10, 2016, 10:28 AM by Mindy WIllard

    PHARMACY SUMMER PROGRAM
    AUGUST 3-6, 2016
    This is a four-day residential precollege program for high school students who will be juniors or senior beginning in the fall 2016 term. The program is intended for students who identify with historically underrepresented backgrounds in the health sciences. Participants will have the opportunity to explore campus, tour a variety of pharmacies, learn about different career options and research opportunities, engage with faculty/staff and pharmacists, and much more! An application is required to be eligible for the program. 

    Application deadline is Friday, March 18th. All application materials must be postmarked by this date to be considered for the program. For more information and to access the program application, please visit our Pharmacy Summer Program webpage

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