Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Electrical Engineer - Tech


DNP IMS America Pittsburgh

ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

DNP IMS America Pittsburgh, located in Mt. Pleasant, PA, is a leading manufacturer and distributor
of Thermal Transfer Ribbons (TTR) used in the bar coding industry. We are looking for a hands-on
electrical engineer for our manufacturing facility. The daily activities of the electrical engineer at DNP
include:

• Providing electrical and control systems support for a 24/7 manufacturing facility to minimize
production downtime
• Directing and coordinating manufacturing, construction, installation, maintenance, support,
documentation, and testing activities to ensure compliance with specifications, codes, and customer
requirements.
• Managing projects to expand or improve the performance of the facility’s electrical and control
systems.
• Overseeing project production efforts to assure projects are completed satisfactorily, on time and
within budget
• Inspecting completed installations and observe operations to ensure conformance to design and
equipment specifications and compliance with operational and safety standards
• Working with outside vendors and contractors to ensure they meet design specifications and follow
safe work practices.
• Preparing specifications for purchase of materials and equipment.

The successful candidate will have:

• An associate degree in electrical engineering technology (or a related field)
• an understanding of electrical area classification and hazardous area wiring standards
• a working knowledge of programmable logic controllers and electric drives.

Preferential consideration will be given to those candidates who have:
• slitting, converting or web handling experience.
• work experience in a manufacturing environment
• have experience supervising and training team members

To apply for this position, send your resume to:

Jay Truxal  at;  jtruxal@dnpribbons.com

DNP IMS America Corporation is an Equal Opportunity/ Affirmative Action Employer committed to diversity in our workplace.
It is our policy to attract and retain the best-qualified people available, without regard to race, color, religion, national origin,
gender, sexual orientation, age, disability or status as a Special Disabled Veteran, Vietnam Era Veteran or other qualifying
Veteran.


Technical Writer - Intern

Compunetix, Inc. offers the most reliable and feature-rich teleconferencing bridges in
the industry as well as providing manufacturing services from board level production to
system level integration.

Compunetix is seeking an individual needed to interview technical staff in preparation to write
technical documents including user’s guides, training documents, specification documents, quick
reference cards, and other technical literature; conduct operations training on a variety of audio/
video conferencing products; and provide support by providing product demonstrations when
needed.

Requirements include technical writing and/or training, solid verbal and written communication
skills including a strong command of grammar, strong organization and interpersonal skills
and the ability to work independently. Computer literacy including a firm working knowledge of
Adobe Frame Maker, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Indesign, Microsoft Word and Windows is required.
A working knowledge in the following applications is desired: Adobe Flash, Adobe Illustrator,
Adobe Photoshop, and CorelDraw. Ability and willingness to travel frequently, domestically and
internationally, is required.

E-mail: hr@compunetix.com
EEO/AA EMPLOYER
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

Public Job Announcement with the Allegheny County Health Department...Coke Oven Process Technician


For more information and to apply:

www.achd.net

Click on Employment at the top of the page...

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
CONTINUOUS RECRUITMENT
OPEN COMPETITIVE AND PROMOTIONAL EXAMINATION
COKE OVEN PROCESS TECHNICIAN

Level M - New employees start at the entry salary.

    SALARY:
    HOURLY - $15.4641
    MONTHLY - $2,680.44
    ANNUAL - $32,165.23

MIMIMUM REQUIREMENTS
An Associate Degree in Chemical Engineering Technology, Mechanical Engineering Technology, Air Pollution Control Engineering Technology, Environmental Technology or other appropriate technology;
OR
Two (2) years of experience in equivalent air pollution control work and graduation from high school. Technical courses in air pollution control may be substituted for experience at the rate of one month of training for one month of experience up to a limit of one year.

SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
The employee works under uncomfortable conditions in close quarters with heavy machinery and high temperature equipment in all types of weather involving climbing atop coke ovens, working in a contaminated atmosphere requiring the use of safety shoes, safety glasses, helmet, safety clothes, and during many periods, a respirator.

NECESSARY SPECIAL REQUIREMENT
Possession of a valid automobile operator's license and the use of an automobile during working hours.  You must be able to provide your own transportation to and from the various worksites throughout Allegheny County. You will be required to travel.

NATURE OF WORK
This is technical field work inspecting coke plants. An employee in this class makes and records on site observations of plant practices, the condition and functioning of equipment, and the emissions therefrom. Makes detailed and comprehensive reports of findings and makes recommendations as to practices and procedures observed. An important aspect of this position is the appearance as a witness in court to explain comprehensively and defend thoroughly his observations and observation methods. Work is performed following established procedures under the supervision of a technical supervisor who makes assignments, reviews reports and observes work in the field.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE
Applications will be accepted from certified Merit System employees of the Allegheny County Health Department and outside candidates, who possess the experience and training listed in this announcement and who are capable of performing the duties of this position.

HOW TO APPLY
Please visit ACHD HUMAN RESOURCES, or call 412-578-8016 for an application form and job announcement.

Your completed application form with current information should be sent to the Office of Human Resource Management, 3333 Forbes Avenue, Room 415, Pittsburgh, PA  15213, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. YOUR OFFICIAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS MUST BE SUBMITTED DIRECTLY FROM THE COLLEGE OR UNIVERSITY FOR VERIFICATION OF COURSEWORK OR DEGREE.

Announcement No. 12-021
Posting Date: February 10, 2012

Enterprise Services Intern with PNC

Auto req ID
113411BR
Position Title
Enterprise Services Intern
Position City
PA - Pittsburgh
Program Name
Internship
Job Description
Who Is PNC?
We are a diversified financial institution that’s growing and performing based upon strong leadership and a business model that works. That means we need you to help continue our success and make it easy for our clients to achieve their goals, both big and small.

At PNC, our people are our greatest asset. Our success means investing in you. Our training programs are amongst the best in the business and will prepare you to tackle meaningful work that will encourage your development. When you achieve, we achieve. It’s that simple.

PNC offers a number of Summer Internship opportunities within our Enterprise Services Line of Business. The following business segments fall under Enterprise Services:


  • Supply Chain

    • This business segment adds value to Enterprise-Wide initiatives through the supply chain process. Supply Chain is seeking interns to work on teams within the following areas:

      • Strategic Sourcing
      • Accounts Payable
      • Supplier Diversity
      • Enterprise Vendor Management Systems


  • Operations Excellence & Six Sigma

    • This business segment supports PNC’s businesses and shared services groups through process improvement functions. Operations Excellence & Six Sigma are seeking Interns to work and collaborate on teams with Black Belts and Engineers to support larger banking initiatives. These initiatives could include:

      • Identifying opportunities to improve departmental processes, business systems or reduce expenses.
      • Assisting with developing tools that track metrics, monitor progress to organizational strategies and/or financial results.
      • Aiding with management of PNC’s third-party vendor relationship.


  • Strategic Initiatives Office (SIO)

    • This business segment provides consistent program management leadership and support to a portfolio of strategic Enterprise-Wide initiatives. Strategic Initiatives Offices is seeking interns to provide project budget, costing, and anlaysis support to Project Managers. Interns will perform complex activities or analysis in order to evaluate the implications of a designated project and resolve ad hoc requests from management, project team members, or other impacted parties.
QUALIFICATIONS:

  • College Sophomore or Junior majoring in Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Management Information Systems (MIS), Operations, Business, Business Administration, Supply Chain Management, Business Information, Information Systems,
  • Strong academic record, 3.0 GPA or greater
  • Demonstrate strong leadership skills
  • Strong customer services skills
· Solid organizational and interpersonal skills
· Strong attention to detail
· Excellent verbal and oral communication skills
· Ability to maintain composure in a fast-paced environment
· A team player with enthusiasm and professional demeanor who takes initiative and direction
· Knowledge of Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint

  • Must have U.S. Citizenship or Permanent Residency
PNC is a Fortune 500 financial services company. We're strong and now one of the largest bank by deposits in the U.S. But that doesn't mean we speak in banking lingo or hide behind spreadsheets. In fact, it's our down-to-earth approach with customers that's put us on the map--in 15 states and the District of Columbia, plus offices nationwide.

As part of our commitment to balance, we offer a comprehensive benefits package, with both full- and part-time benefits designed to provide high-quality coverage at affordable costs. We understand the importance of health and wellness, fair salaries, time away, and opportunities to learn and grow.
EEO Statement
PNC is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer - M/F/D/V/SO
Job Type
Special Project
Job Status
Part Time
 Apply online:  https://sjobs.brassring.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?PartnerId=15783&SiteId=5132&jobId=699717&codes=WLINKEDIN

Summer Hiring with Hershey Entertainment & Resorts!!!

Hershey Entertainment & Resorts is gearing up for our 2012 summer hiring at Hersheypark and at our various Resort properties which include; The Hotel Hershey, Hershey Lodge, Hershey Links, Hershey Country Club, Devon's and Houlihans Restaurant and much more! Positions at Hersheypark include; Food & Beverage, Rides, Security, Games, Utility and much more! Positions at the Resorts include servers, host(ess), server assistants, dish machine operators, cooks, bartenders and baristas.

Positions are currently available to those age 16 and older. If you or someone you know is seeking summer employment in the food and beverage or hospitality industry don't miss out on this opportunity! To view a full list of our available positions for summer 2012, please visit our website- HersheyJobs.com. In order to be considered for any of our positions, an application must be submitted directly on our website. Once an application is submitted, applicants will be contacted via email to schedule an interview. Interested applicants are encouraged to submit and application today!


Lauryn Gibson
Talent Acquisition Specialist

Hershey Entertainment & Resorts Company
27 W. Chocolate Avenue  |  Hershey, PA 17033
Office: 717-508-1778  |  legibson@HersheyPA.com

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

The 37th Annual Denver Publishing Institute


Publishing Institute

The Denver Publishing Institute is the ideal launching pad for your career in book publishing. Over the course of four weeks, it will introduce you to the process of book publishing, and provide a solid educational foundation and an excellent network for your subsequent job search.
The Institute is taught by industry professionals who work at trade, university, textbook, and small independent publishers throughout the country as well as in New York.
Our graduates go on to publishing careers around the country and the world. You'll find some of our recent graduates at HarperCollins; Penguin Group; Oxford University Press; St Martin's Press; Sourcebooks, Inc; Pearson; McGraw-Hill and many more.

The 2012 Publishing Institute will begin on July 15 and conclude on August 10, 2012.
Come join us this summer in beautiful Colorado.

Who should apply?

  • College graduates seeking their first job in publishing
  • Career-changers interested in opportunities in the field
  • Those presently working in publishing who seek a broader view than a specialized job can provide
  • Librarians interested in knowing more about the industry that provides them with their books
  • Publishers, or students, from abroad who want to find out how it is done in the United States

NetShape Technologies Inc. Entry Level Engineering Opportunities

Entry Level Engineering Opportunities in the Midwest Area

 NetShape Technologies Inc. is a leading supplier of highly engineered precision components used in numerous industrial applications. From small precise, complex components to large area components we deliver high value to our customers' everyday.

If you have any graduating mechanical or materials based entry level engineering technicians or ASME engineers that would be interested in new opportunities in our Campbellsburg, IN facility.   Please submit resume and cover letter to: 

Bill Edwards
Director of Technology
NetShape Technologies, Inc
Office # (814)-372-1340

NetShape Technologies Inc. Headquarters
8751 Old State Road 60, Sellersburg, IN, 47172, USA
Telephone +1.812.248.9273

PIOGA Recruitment Expo

PIOGA – Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association

PIOGA Recruitment Expo

 Ready to energize your career? Interested in the booming oil and gas industry? From entry-level opportunities to executive-level positions, oil and gas companies from across the country will be interviewing for a wide-variety of career-making opportunities.

Meet with company representatives hiring for the Marcellus Shale and oil/gas industries here in Western PA.  Bring plenty of resumes.

Saturday, March 3
8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Doubletree by Hilton, Pittsburgh Meadowlands – Washington, PA

Family Behavioral Resources Therapeutic Staff Support

Therapeutic Staff Support

Employment opportunities now exist in our Wrap Around and Outpatient Clinics at Family Behavioral Resources. With 20+ offices and growing, work close to home!

TSS/THERAPIST applicants must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Counseling, Criminology, Education, Psychology, Social Work, or other Human Service Fields.  Other Bachelor’s Degrees may be accepted with one year of paid experience working with children.
Associate’s Degree, sixty credits towards a Bachelor’s Degree, or a LPN with the equivalent of at least one year of full-time paid childcare experience also accepted.

FBR offers the following benefits to its staff:
·         Paid Orientation
·         Paid On-going training
·         Paid Supervision
·         Paid Travel
·         Paid company life insurance.
·         Paid Vacation
·         Freedom to enroll in any health care plan and receive FBR reimbursement.
·         401K participation (semi annually: January and July)
·         New Hire Training Incentive
·         Referral Bonus
·         Sign On Incentive

Positions available in Allegheny, Armstrong, Butler, Beaver, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Mercer, Somerset, Washington and Westmoreland Counties

Please visit our web site and apply online at: www.familybehavioralresources.com

***If you are interested in the New Kensington BHRS Office, Please e-mail resume to Felicia Junod-fjunod@familybehavioralresources.com

Resumes are also accepted by our corporate office attention: Dawn Orange, Director of HR, PO Box 879, Greensburg, PA 15601, or by faxing to 724-850-9500.
 Family Behavioral Resources is an EOE.

*Also inquire about internship opportunities!*

.ORG Non-Profit Job and Internship Fair

.ORG Non-Profit Job and Internship Fair 
Wednesday, February 29th, 2012
10:30 am to 3 pm
Carnegie Mellon University
Rangos Hall, University Center

Job and internship seekers can distribute resumes and speak with organizational representatives about current and future employment and internship opportunities in the non-profit sector. This year's fair will feature over 40 non-profit organizations from the Pittsburgh region and beyond.

STUDENT REGISTRATION:

All college students are welcome!  Students from non-partnership schools can come the day of the event as Walk-ins.  Walk-in registration will be available on- site the day of the event. 

The .ORG Non-Profit Job and Internship Fair is hosted again this year by the partnership of Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Pittsburgh, Duquesne University, and Point Park University with support by the Forbes Funds.   

Center for Behavioral and Decision Research at Carnegie Mellon University Internship

The Center for Behavioral and Decision Research at Carnegie Mellon
University is accepting applications from undergraduates interested in
conducting judgment and decision making in our summer research internship.
The program begins on June 10, 2012 and ends on July 29, 2012.

The CBDR summer internship is open to students who are interested in gaining
familiarity with and executing research in the field of judgment and
decision-making. The Center includes researchers with training in social and
cognitive psychology, behavioral economics, neuroscience, organizational
behavior, marketing, and risk perception.

Interns will spend approximately 30 hours/week working in close contact with
faculty and graduate students affiliated with the center.

Work includes conducting experiments with CBDR researchers in the lab and
field (on our Data Truck). In weekly seminars, researchers will present the
results of the research conducted by the interns the previous week and lead
workshops on related topics (e.g., from intertemporal choice to the graduate
admissions process).

For information about the Center for Behavioral and Decision Research,
please visit: http://cbdr.cmu.edu

More information on this Summer Internship is available at:

Monday, February 20, 2012

Marist in Manhattan Program Internship

Immerse yourself in the world of art, fashion, or media

Attention all college students! Get the practical experience you need to succeed in the exciting world of art, fashion, or media. Marist in Manhattan combines a residential stay and a full-time credit-bearing internship with some of the industry’s top companies, complemented by group activities, lectures, networking opportunities, and all that the City has to offer.

Recent interns have worked at:

Art Sites
  • Meredith Corporation / Fitness Magazine
  • Hearst Corporation / Food Network Magazine
  • Conde Nast / Glamour Magazine
  • Hearst Corporation / Harpers Bazaar
  • Madison Square Garden Company, Fuse
  • Madison Square Garden Company, Sports Advertising and Design
  • Marvel Entertainment
  • MTV Network
  • Nickelodeon, Consumer Goods and Design Group
Fashion Sites
  • A/X Armani: Exchange
  • Allure Magazine
  • BCBG
  • CHANEL .Inc
  • COACH
  • Gucci
  • Jones NY
  • Juicy Couture
Media Sites
  • ABC News
  • CBS Sports
  • CNN
  • Comedy Central’s "The Colbert Report"
  • Cosmo Girl magazine
  • Fox News Channel
  • HBO Sports
  • MTV/VH-1 networks
  • NBC Sports/Olympics
  • Sports Illustrated magazine
  • Warner Brothers Records

The Spring 2012 New York City Experience will take place January 4 - April 30

Hands-on experience and a strong networking effort are essential to maintain your position in the field as well as to be prepared for the new opportunities that are sure to arise. Get started today! 

visit www.marist.edu/mediainternships for more information and to apply!

U.S. Marshals Service Competitive Exam March 5th


The U.S. Marshals Service will be announcing the Deputy U.S. Marshal Service competitive Exam on USAJOBS on March 5th.  This exam will provide an opportunity for qualified college students, and post graduate students, to apply to become a Deputy U.S. Marshal.  Please accept the attached poster that provides detailed information about the Deputy U.S. Marshal position, application requirements, and the exam offered on March 5th.












It is my understanding that this test may not be offered for another two years……

IST Internship with Vocollect


IT internship opportunities are available at Vocollect. If interested, please send a cover letter and resume to 

Mike Bennett
Director, Information Systems and Technology
Vocollect, a business unit of Intermec

ARC Employment Opportunties in Greensburg, PA



316 Donohoe Road

Greensburg, PA 15601
Phone: 724-837-8159
Fax:      724-837-7453
www.arcwestmoreland.org

Email applications to:
Jlaurella@arcwestmoreland.org


The Arc of Westmoreland is an Equal Opportunity Employer
The Arc of Westmoreland is committed to a “People First” approach, which offers those with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their families supports, services and opportunities necessary to have freedom, choice and control in their lives.

Employment Opportunities
Requirements (for all positions):

 At least 18 years of age  Secure Act 33 & 34 clearances
 High School Diploma or equivalent  Have a health appraisal
 Possess a valid PA driver’s license  Maintain 24 hours of training per year
Why is The Arc of Westmoreland a great place to work?

●  Rewarding work experiences ●  Team-oriented environment
●  Comprehensive benefits package ●  Tuition discount program
●  Ten (10) paid holidays ●  Personal days
●  Quality training ●  Retirement plan

“KEEPING PEOPLE FIRST!”

IEVA Family of Organizations

CURRENT OPEN POSITIONS

RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM:
Residential Counselors (Direct Care) – FT (30+ hours/week)
Assist adult individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) with activities of daily living such as community outings, cooking, hygiene, etc.
Residential Supervisors – FT, BA/BS degree, supervisory and direct care experience required
Oversee daily operations of residential homes, supervision of direct care staff and assuring the   health and safety of the individuals

HOME CARE AND COMMUNITY HABILITATION PROGRAM:
Home Care and Community Habilitation Provider – Substitute
Assist individuals with I/DD, as specified by family member, provide respite care, assist in social habilitation and activities of daily living