Thursday, May 31, 2012

Westinghouse Hiring


An EMET student interning at Westinghouse this summer sent us this message:

If there are any current or former graduates looking for a job there a lot of open positions here at Westinghouse.  They can do a job search and submit their resume at the link below.



Chuck May
Engineering Intern
NA- Process Instrumentation

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Engineering Positions with Metaldyne






Engineering Positions with Metaldyne

Engineering Positions with Metaldyne

Engineering Positions with Metaldyne

Engineering Internship Opportunity



Peoples Natural Gas is offering an internship in their environmental engineering department. 

The Summer Internship Program will provide an opportunity for the student to learn about the Company by working with an assigned, dedicated mentor and complete specific projects. Objectives and assignments will include a mix of development and hands on work activities.

Internship Parameters
·       $10.00/hour
·       12-weeks (full-time/part-time)
·       Student must be in their senior year of undergraduate study with a  GPA 3.0.  (Official transcript required)
Engineering Intern (Wilkinsburg Location)

Majors: BS Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science, Environmental Resource Management, Civil Engineering

Internship will consist of supporting environmental compliance programs, sampling, and field inspections at PNG office locations and construction project sites.

Resumes can be sent directly to me via email Robin.L.Everett@peoples-gas.com

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Sales & Marketing Positions at UniFirst Corporation

UniFirst Corporation: A Leader in image apparel and dust product rental is searching for aggressive outside sales professionals.  UniFirst Corporation offers exceptional opportunity for career growth.

The ideal candidate will need a college degree and/or sales experience, possess excellent communication skills, and be aggressive and detail-oriented.

Competitive salary is offered with top commissions, mileage reimbursement program, health insurance, 401K, and profit sharing program.

Interested candidates should send resumes to:
UniFirst Corporation
ATTN: Sales Manager
1150 Second Avenue
New Kensington, PA 15068

More information about this position is available in the Career Services office at Penn State New Kensington.

Production Positions at UniFirst Corporation

UniFirst Corporation: Rental, lease, and sales of work clothing uniforms and careerwear to businesses in virtually all industrial categories.


Several positions available at New Kensington, PA facility:


MATERIAL HANDLER
Must be able to handle heavy containers, loading, and unloading of trucks

SORTER and INSPECTOR
Sorting and inspecting finished garments for shipping.

Monday through Friday afternoon shift available.  Benefits after 90-day probationary period.

Interested candidates should apply in person at:
UniFirst Corporation
1150 Second Avenue
New Kensington, PA 15068

More information about these positions is available in the Career Services office at Penn State New Kensington.

District Service Supervisor at UniFirst Coporation

UniFirst Corporation: Rental, lease, and sales of work clothing uniforms and careerwear to businesses in virtually all industrial categories.

DISTRICT SERVICE SUPERVISOR needed to manage existing customers and expand route volume at New Kensington facility.  Supervisor should have previous experience in District Service Management and be totally committed to superior customer service.

Two years of college preferred.  Competitive salary and potential for sales commissions.  Benefits including 401K, paid holidays and vacation, tuition reimbursement, and insurance.

Interested candidates should apply in person or mail resume to:
UniFirst Corporation
ATTN: Service Director
1150 Second Avenue
New Kensington, PA 15068

More information about this position is available in the Career Services office at Penn State New Kensington.


Thursday, May 24, 2012

Local Engineering Summer Position

We are located in the industrial park on Route 780 and have the opportunity
to hire a student for an engineering summer position.  We have used many of
your students in the past to help in our cad group, engineering lab and
instruction manuals. Our two areas of interest are the Cad group (Auto Cad),
and help with testing in our engineering lab.

Please send an email and resume to:
Frank Akers
Manager Engineering Services
Bacharach Inc
724-334-5093
franka@mybacharach.com

Bergad Chemical Lab Technician

Bergad Specialty Foams & Composites
Entry Level Chemical Lab Technician

Bergad Specialty Foams, Inc. has an immediate need for an entry-level chemical lab technician/assistant.  Candidate will assist in the formulation, application and testing of products as well as research and development of new products.  Duties will include in-lab sample preparation, assistance with formulation of test batches of product, and assistance with final product batch pours and analysis.  Candidates must have a high school diploma and hands-on lab experience and/or chemistry backgrounds are preferred.  Attention to detail, strong math skills, and a willingness to learn are required.  This is a full-time position with full benefits available.  Salary based on experience.  Please send resumes to jobapplication@bergad.com for immediate consideration.


Bergad Inc.
747 Eljer Way
Ford City, PA 16226
bergad.com

Bank of America Positions & Job Fair

At Bank of America, don't just work, thrive. Bank of America is currently hiring enthusiastic, motivated individuals to work in our Mortgage Servicing Center as Customer Relationship Managers -Upper St. Clair location.

If you are ready to take the next step in your career, join us for our upcoming JOB FAIR:
Friday, May 25, 2012
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
1120 Boyce Road,
Pittsburgh PA 15241

Requirements of the Role: -2+ years Customer Service with 1+ year Financial Services experience required -1 year of default mortgage servicing experience preferred -Strong customer service skills -Must have the ability to establish and cultivate long-term relationships with customers -Strong communication and influencing skills that allows the successful applicant candidate to effectively communicate adverse decisions Hours First Shift: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM Second Shift: 3:30 PM - midnight

If you cannot attend the job fair, please apply at: www.bankofamerica.com/careers -Click on Job Search in left column -Select country: United States and click Begin -Under Keywords or Job Number enter: 1200023217 (1st shift) or 1200023225 (2nd Shift) -Click Begin Search -Select: Customer Relationship Manager I
Bank of America Bank of Opportunity Bank of America is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V Member FDIC
 

Adelphoi Village Youth and Family Counselors

If you desire a rewarding career supporting youth and families, apply now for available positions working with at risk adolescents.  Positions available in Apollo.  Family-style group home setting. Shift work.  Paid professional training.  Advancement opportunities, Excellent benefits package.    Must be at least 21, with a PA drivers license and Act33/34/FBI clearance required.  Please send resume to lisa@adelphoivillage.org, or fax to 724 539-7060 or mail to 354 Main Street, Latrobe, PA 15650.
EOE

JCAHO accredited

Local Engineering Summer Position

We are located in the industrial park on Route 780 and have the opportunity
to hire a student for an engineering summer position.  We have used many of
your students in the past to help in our cad group, engineering lab and
instruction manuals. Our two areas of interest are the Cad group (Auto Cad),
and help with testing in our engineering lab.

Please send an email and resume to:
Frank Akers
Manager Engineering Services
Bacharach Inc
724-334-5093
franka@mybacharach.com

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Vibrant Pittsburgh Events

Greetings!

Join us in the Strip District on Saturday, June 2, 2012 from 10 am - 3 pm as we celebrate "Say Hello Day" to learn about diverse groups in the Pittsburgh region. Groups with members, who share a common race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender, physical ability, generation and etc., will come together to meet each other and experience Pittsburgh's legendary Strip District together!

Help Vibrant Pittsburgh and the Dignity & Respect Campaign of Greater Pittsburgh showcase diversity in the region. More information.

Leadership Development Initiative
Learn about leadership by participating in the Leadership Development Initiative (LDI) program of Leadership Pittsburgh Inc. LDI is a nine month long program for high-potential young professionals, who will lead this community in the coming years. Applications are due June 1, 2012. More information.

Also remember to follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter to stay up to date on the latest Vibrant Pittsburgh news, events, activities, job opportunities and more.

 

            Growing a diverse workforce.
            And a brighter future for our region


Vibrant Pittsburgh works to grow a talented and diverse workforce for the region, by attracting, retaining, elevating and educating people of all backgrounds. VibrantPittsburgh.org

   

We Welcome You!

    The Vibrant Pittsburgh Welcome Center provides a range of free referral services to newcomers, immigrants and internationals in the Pittsburgh Region. Whether you are a newcomer, an accompanying partner or someone considering moving here, please contact us at:

412.281.8600 or
welcomecenter@vibrantpittsburgh.org

Best regards, 

Melanie Harrington
CEO, Vibrant Pittsburgh  

Alcoa Security Internship

About Alcoa
Alcoa is the world’s leading producer of primary aluminum, fabricated aluminum and alumina. In addition to inventing the modern-day aluminum industry, Alcoa innovation has been behind major milestones in the aerospace, automotive, packaging, building and construction, commercial transportation, consumer electronics and industrial markets over the past 120 years. Among the solutions Alcoa markets are flat-rolled products, hard alloy extrusions, and forgings, as well as Alcoa® wheels, fastening systems, precision and investment castings, and building systems in addition to its expertise in other light metals such as titanium and nickel-based super alloys. Sustainability is an integral part of Alcoa’s operating practices and the product design and engineering it provides to customers. Alcoa has been a member of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for nine consecutive years and approximately 75 percent of all of the aluminum ever produced since1888 is still in active use today. Alcoa employs approximately 59,000 people in 31 countries across the world.

  

Title
Security Intern
Requisition Number
9757BR
Job Function
Intern
Business Unit Group
Global Business Services
Location
PA-Alcoa Center
Job Status
Intern/Co-op
Relocation Eligible
No
Minimum Education Required
Bachelors
Minimum Years of Experience
Entry Level
Minimum Travel Required
None
Position Description
This intern position provides excellent hands-on real-life experience for the incumbent, and the principle objective of this role is for the incumbent to gain real-world business experience by participating in the development and implementation/deployment of new systems, new information technologies and information solutions; supporting and enhancing existing systems and information technologies; and learning the location’s standards, procedures and technologies. The incumbent will participate as an internal consultant to Alcoa’s businesses and customer/user groups.

This IT Security project will challenge the intern to learn two technologies used for database and server exception scanning in the Windows and Oracle/Unix environments respectively. Each tool needs to be assessed for usage in the other environment and if applicable, a recommendation between the two products for possible consolidated usage across both environments.

An additional focus for the internship will be:
•In collaboration with senior security team members, deploy a new file auditing solution in conjunction with global site application server refreshes. This will include a back end process to manage and report access data being collected in sensitive data partition.
Basic Qualifications
GPA 3.2 or higher
Working towards a Bachelor's or Master's degree
Have the ability to work in the United States indefinitely
Preferred Qualifications
Junior Level working towards a Bachelor's degree in Information or Computer Science

The applicant must demonstrate the capabilities for Leadership, Project Management, Business Analysis, Analytical Thinking, and Problem Solving. System Development Life Cycle Methodologies, Application analysis and design, Off-the-Shelf Packages, Internet/Intranet technologies, Relational Database concepts and technologies, basic programming skills, Networking, and Operating Systems skills/experience are a plus

Information Technology Internships

Information Technology Internships - Summer 2012

Career Connector Job ID: 33010

Location: Pittsburgh - 34 Blvd of the Allies
Start Date:6/3/2012 12:00:00 AM
Term:Internship
Travel %: no travel
Employer's Reference #:
Posted By:
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
34 Blvd Of The Allies
Pittsburgh PA 15222-1204
Company Profile
See all jobs at this company
Benefits: While these roles will receive minimum wage, we offer flexible work hours, functional work experience, a mentoring culture, and the opportunity to learn from industry leaders in the IT and Media spaces.

Category

Information Technology / Business Analysis
Information Technology / Web Development

Degree Desired

Other

Keywords

Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Intern, Internship, Information Technology, Systems, Web Development, Infrastructure, Operations, Mentor

Salary Range

Not Available

Benefits

While these roles will receive minimum wage, we offer flexible work hours, functional work experience, a mentoring culture, and the opportunity to learn from industry leaders in the IT and Media spaces.

Job Overview

The Pittsburgh Post Gazette isnow seeking 4 Information TechnologyInterns for the Summer 2012 session.  
 Wehave programs and projects in the following areas:
1 – Big Data / DataAnalysis
2 - Web & MobileDevelopment (Check out our new site at www.post-gazette.com)
3 - Digital/AdvertisingOperations
4 -Infrastructure/Telecommunications/Network
5 - Security 
6 - IT Project Leadership
While these roles will receive minimum wage, we offer flexible work hours, functional work experience, a mentoring culture, and the opportunity to learn from industry leaders in the IT and Media spaces.
Please contact us to apply or for more information.
Thank you!

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Lean Implementation Support Internship

For over 25 years, United Plate Glass Company, Inc. has served the commercial and residential glass industry as a major supplier of architectural glass products. With fabrication facilities based in Western Pennsylvania and North Carolina, our diversified and comprehensive product line enables UPG to fulfill a wide variety of glass needs.
We are currently seeking a Lean Implementation Support intern.  The candidate selected will assist with our Lean implementation activities in the various production areas.  The intern will support the completion of Quick & Easy Kaizens identified by the employees to help reduce the Cost of Poor Quality (remakes) and improve throughput.  The intern will learn how to manage multiple projects and interact with various levels of the organization in a fast-paced advanced manufacturing setting.  Idea candidates will be pursuing a degree in industrial, manufacturing or mechanical engineering.
For more information on UPG visit our website at www.unitedplateglass.com  Qualified candidates should send resumes to Joyce Cully at jcully@unitedplateglass.com

Monday, May 14, 2012

Silgan IPEC Engineering Internship

Silgan IPEC supplies hundreds of customers from prominent fluid milk processors and water and juice bottlers to smaller family-owned operations. Our primary business is divided into four main industry segments: dairy, water, juice and custom-design. We have built our Company from our Technical Service Team to our Customer Service Department to have specialized knowledge in these segments in order to address most effectively our customer demands.
Internship project description: The intern will work within our QA department to assist in reducing process non-conformances, customer complaints and product returns through system execution, as well as direct involvement in continuous improvement project initiatives.  This will include performing routine inspections, tests and evaluations of finished product and raw materials.  Training will be provided to allow the intern to learn about our business and culture, as well as understand our quality management system and how the quality functions adds value to the organization.          

Proposed internship project goals, objectives, outcomes:      Assigned work and projects will be completed under the direction of the Plant QA Manager through interaction with plant employees and plant management.  The primary objectives are associated with the reduction of process non-conformances, customer complaints and product returns, however, this position will also provide support in preparing the plant for SQF (Safe Quality Food) code compliance through involvement on the HACCP/Food Safety team.

Type of student sought:  Academic focus pertinent to manufacturing operations, engineering, business or related field of study.  Willingness to work on the production floor in a fast-paced environment with cross-functional teams is essential.  Knowledge of lean manufacturing principles or operations management is beneficial, but not necessary.

Qualified candidates should send resumes to Susan Anderson, HR Representative, at seanderson@silganipec.com  No phone calls please.

Veterans Career and Job Fair

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Penn State New Kensington and PA CareerLink Alle-Kiski are pleased to announce this upcoming event in support of our nation’s veterans!
We invite you to attend this new community event.

REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN for both EMPLOYERS and JOB SEEKERS at www.nk.psu.edu/vetfair!

Waterways Conservation Officer Trainee w PA Fish and Boat Commission


Applicants must have a valid PA driver’s license and a clean criminal history. In addition, they must be 21 by the date of hire. The application deadline for this job title is June 23, 2012; Civil Service testing must be completed by July 28, 2012. The trainee class will begin in July 2013. To apply, go to our Web site at www.scsc.state.pa.us. First-time users will need to create an account. This can be done by going to the Online Services box in the upper left corner of the home page and clicking the “Register” button. Follow the on-screen instructions to create a user ID and password. When these are established, enter them in the appropriate boxes, select “View Open Jobs and Apply” from the Online Services menu and click “Sign In.” In the window that opens, enter test announcement number 2012034 in the search box.

This will bring up an electronic version of the test announcement for Waterways Conservation Officer Trainee. Potential applicants should review the announcement thoroughly before proceeding to the online application. This job title has a list of special conditions, all of which the potential applicants must be willing and able to meet in order to be considered. Individuals who are not willing and able to meet all the listed special conditions of employment should not apply. If individuals are interested in applying, they should click the “Go To Next Page” button at either the top or the bottom of the test announcement. When the online application is complete, they can schedule a date and time for testing. Individuals need to be mindful that there is a time limit of 15 minutes for each application screen. If time is running short, applicants should save their work and advance to the next screen to refresh the clock. Then they can go back and finish their work. If the clock expires, applicants will be kicked out of the system. They will have to go back in and resume their applications at the point where they last saved their work.

Specific job-related questions can be directed to the HR office of the Fish and Boat Commission using the contact information provided in the attached letter. I can address questions related to the Civil Service employment process.

See the Penn State New Kensington Success Center Jobs & Events 2012 binder for more information.

Venture Outdoors North Internship with Marketing Emphasis

Venture Outdoors North
Internship with Marketing Emphasis
May through September 2012
Our mission: Venture Outdoors (VO) is a fast growing non-profit organization that promotes outdoor recreation and Western PA as a great place to live, work and play. Venture Outdoors North (VO North) is an expansion of VO, focusing on the counties of Butler, Beaver and Lawrence (BBL). The VO North intern will support the VO North manager and trip leader specialist in the team effort to increase participation in outdoor recreational activity. By representing VO North at outreach efforts (festivals, fairs, community events) and during our activities, the intern will play a pivotal role in helping to create a sense of community and a deeper appreciation for the natural world. Working at Venture Outdoors and VO North is fast-paced, dynamic and ever evolving.
Internship summary: This internship is based from the VO North office in Zelienople. Time will be spent working in the office, remotely and in the field. This internship requires a flexible work schedule, including many weekends, with working hours varying depending on trip schedules and community outreaches. The intern will support VO North by assisting with any and all activities required to produce successful outings for VO North from both the office and in the field. The intern will possess enthusiasm for the outdoors; ability to write creatively; and function as an enthusiastic, outgoing representative for VO North to the public.
Primary responsibilities:
  • Acquire a complete understanding of the VO mission and effectively articulate this mission as well as vital information pertaining to VO (i.e., membership levels) to the public
  • Assist in marketing and advertising efforts. This will include writing blogs, updating social media, writing/design of flyers & brochures, basic photography and assisting with direct mail and other strategic marketing efforts all focusing on activities, events or experiences based in VO North territory.
  • Perform  work as assigned by the Venture Outdoors North Manager. This may include but is not limited to representing/staffing informational tables at various outreaches, assisting with evaluating program execution and participant satisfaction in order to determine ways to improve programs.
  • Maintain a flexible schedule that includes weekends
  • Know and uphold ALL Venture Outdoors policies
  • Maintain a professional appearance and a friendly demeanor. Your interactions with our members as well as the general public, staff, volunteers and partners will help to not only create a positive outdoor experience, but also assist in upholding the high standards for which VO is well known.

Requirements:
  • It is a mandatory requirement that the intern attend Trip Leader Training Weekend on June 1 – 3. The fee for this training will be waived.
  • Reliable transportation
  • Flexible schedule, including many weekends
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Writing skills and basic photography
  • Ability to work remotely or in office setting
  • Ability to travel to parks or other locations in Beaver, Butler and Lawrence Counties

Compensation:
  • Interns who are full-time students during a given tax year can often take better advantage of reimbursement for books, etc., as opposed to wages/stipend, and we are willing to help the incumbent of this position determine their status and maintain our flexibility in how we deliver  the compensation inherent to the position.  (e.g., If we can save you money on your taxes, we will do so)
  • Mileage Reimbursement Available

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to: (Email submissions preferred)
Julie@ventureoutdoors.org
310 East Grandview Avenue
Zelienople, PA 16063

Venture Outdoors is an equal opportunity employer.

Venture Outdoors North Internship with Public and Private Programs

Venture Outdoors North
Internship with Public and Private Programs  
May through September 2012
Our mission: Venture Outdoors is a fast growing non-profit organization that promotes outdoor recreation and Western PA as a great place to live, work and play. Venture Outdoors North (VO North) is an expansion of VO, focusing on the counties of Butler, Beaver and Lawrence (BBL). The VO North intern will support the VO North manager and kayak supervisor in the team effort to increase participation in outdoor recreational activity. By representing VO North in this position during our activities, the intern will play a pivotal role in helping to create a sense of community and a deeper appreciation for the natural world. Working at Venture Outdoors and VO North is fast-paced, dynamic and ever evolving.
Internship summary: This internship is based from the VO North office in Zelienople. Time will be spent working in the office, remotely and in the field. This internship requires a flexible work schedule, mainly weekends, with working hours varying depending on trip schedules and private programming. The intern will support VO North by assisting hands-on with any and all activities required to produce successful outings for VO North.  The intern will possess enthusiasm for the outdoors; knowledge of outdoor activities, including flat water kayaking, hiking, biking and geocacheing and function as an enthusiastic, outgoing representative for VO North to the public.
Primary responsibilities:
  • Acquire a complete understanding of the VO mission and effectively articulate this mission as well as vital information pertaining to VO (i.e., membership levels) to the public
  • Perform work as assigned by the Venture Outdoors North Manager and Kayak Supervisor. This may include but is not limited to assisting with activities, pre-program scouting for activities, assisting with equipment maintenance, delivery and storage and potentially representing/staffing informational tables at various outreaches
  • Assist with evaluating program execution and participant satisfaction in order to determine ways to improve programs
  • Maintain a flexible schedule that includes weekends, allowing you to assist and/or ultimately lead trips when there are no suitable volunteers and interact with participants to provide a positive outdoor experience
  • Know and uphold ALL Venture Outdoors policies
  • Maintain a professional appearance and a friendly demeanor. Your interactions with our members as well as the general public, staff, volunteers and partners will help to not only create a positive outdoor experience, but also assist in upholding the high standards for which VO is well known.

Requirements:
  • It is a mandatory requirement that the intern attend Trip Leader Training Weekend on June 1 – 3 and Kayak Trip Leader Training in May (date TBA). The fee for both trainings will be waived to accommodate the intern.
  • Reliable transportation
  • Flexible schedule, including many weekends
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Experience with outdoor recreational equipment including kayaks, paddles, GPS units, etc.
  • Ability to lift repeatedly lift 50 pounds (required for loading and unloading kayaks)
  • Ability to travel to parks or other locations in Beaver, Butler and Lawrence Counties

Compensation:
  • Interns who are full-time students during a given tax year can often take better advantage of reimbursement for books, etc., as opposed to wages/stipend, and we are willing to help the incumbent of this position determine their status and maintain our flexibility in how we deliver  the compensation inherent to the position.  (e.g., If we can save you money on your taxes, we will do so.)
  • Mileage Reimbursement Available

To Apply: Send cover letter and resume to: (Email submissions preferred)
Julie@ventureoutdoors.org
310 East Grandview Avenue
Zelienople, PA 16063

Venture Outdoors is an equal opportunity employer.

Internships with Summer Feeding Programs

These internships are for Summer Feeding Programs across the region through the SWPA Food Security Partnership Program. Right now there is a need in McKeesport, Hazelwood and Monroeville.  Some of the internships have the potential to be paid, but most are unpaid. The pay determination is based on the site location. Please have students forward their resumes and cover letters to cwest@pittsburghfoodbank.org
 
SUMMER FOOD SERVICE PROGRAM
INTERNSHIP DESCRIPTION

Community programs are seeking interns to work at various Summer Food Service Program sites for the summer of 2012.

Summer Food is a federally funded program that provides free, nutritious meals to youth 1 to 18 years old during the summer months. This critical program picks up where school breakfast and lunch programs leave off to ensure low-income children are getting enough to eat over the summer.

Interns will have the opportunity to potentially develop, manage and serve children in a particular community in Allegheny or surrounding counties throughout the duration of the program (mid-June through mid-August).  Candidates will possess a passionate commitment to help children, the ability to keep accurate records of meals served, and a mix of the following specific qualifications:

- Good communication skills
- Ability to problem solve
- Well-organized and ability to follow-through
- Ability to speak with children and adults about the program
- Ability to juggle multiple duties and assignments
- Must have current ACT 33/34 Clearances
- Proven ability to work effectively alone with little supervision
- Attend mandatory training
- Sense of humor

Duties vary by site, but may include:
- Performing meal count at time of service.
- Have fun with the kids!
- Be on time at scheduled site.
- Serving meals to children 18 and under only.
- Ensuring that meals are eaten on site and no food is taken off site for     
 consumption.
- Maintaining daily attendance records.
- Doing fun activities with the kids.
- Ordering and serving one meal per child.
- Serving meals only at time assigned.
- Counting and inspecting meals as soon as they are delivered.
- Maintaining proper meal temperatures.
- Notifying the sponsor immediately if there are any problems.
- Maintaining a clean site.

Please submit resume and cover letters to: Chris West, Regional Coordinator cwest@pittsburghfoodbank.org