Friday, November 30, 2012

Intern-Operations and Maintenance at US Steel

Intern-Operations and Maintenance

This position for a college student provides training to prepare for a career in Operations or Maintenance Management. Training consists of "hands on" work experiences in areas such as Safety, Communication, Leadership, Teamwork, and Problem Solving. Specific process and equipment training will also be provided in On-the-Job type training.

The student will conduct problem solving investigations of real issues in the plant operations under the supervision and mentoring of an engineer. The student will have an opportunity to interact with the operations personnel and provide real solutions to situations involved in operating a multi-billion dollar manufacturing facility. The student will also have an opportunity to manage small projects on their own.

Additionally, safety is our highest priority and safety procedures/guidelines must be adhered to at all times. This includes wearing personal protective equipment such as hard hat, goggles, hearing protection, protective clothing and work boots with metatarsals.

Requirements:

Pursuing a B.S. in Chemical, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering/ Technology, Industrial Engineering, Operations Management or Business Administration at an accredited institution is required. Must have completed sophomore year status and be in good academic standing. Good communication and computer skills are also required.

United States Steel Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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2013 Spring Internship Opportunity with: OUT for Work



OUT for Work Spring 2013 Internship Program
 

 

OUT for Work is a nonprofit organization with a mission to educate, prepare, and empower LGBTQ college students for the transition from academia to the workplace.  We do this by organizing career conferences, events, and providing tools and resources to college and university students across the country. We also reach out to LGBTQ safe and inclusive companies and organizations and bring them together to help educate and act as resources to prepare students.  

What is the OUT for Work internship program?
OUT for Work offers internships to all graduate, undergraduate, as well as recently graduated students covering a variety of disciplines.
Internships are located in the Washington, D.C. office. OUT for Work offers public transportation travel cost reimbursements, however this is not a paid internship. Course credit for the internship is offered depending on the policies of the particular institution the student is attending. The status of a particular internship as credit will be determined before an internship is offered.

Who can apply for OUT for Work internships?
We are looking specifically for 2 individuals to fill two internship positions this spring:
1) Media/ public relations and outreach liaison – this person will focus on communications and press done by OUT for Work through social networking sites. This person will be responsible for maintaining the sites as well as posting articles and information about upcoming events and programs. This person will also keep in touch with our members and followers and do research to find interesting articles to promote, organize press releases about upcoming projects, publications, and events as well as creatively find new ways for OUT for Work to connect with list-servers, databases, and followers.

2) Research & Development Assistant – this person will maintain the up-to-date level of our databases, upload them into our online database system, maintain files and documents, while also assisting in archiving our resources, including websites, links, articles, organizations we are involved with, past conferences and programs, and more. This person will also keep past attendees in touch with OUT for Work, making them feel connected to our programs as well as other projects and assignments as needed.

Successful candidates must have the following skills:
-Knowledge of and commitment to LGBTQ issues.
-Strong communication skills, both orally and in writing.
-Computer proficiency for word processing, database work, e-mail and Web research.
-Desire and commitment to work in a environment where commitment to diversity based on race, sex, ethnic origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, and physical ability is an important institutional value.

How do I apply for an OUT for Work Internship?
Please submit:
A cover letter stating:

o    The approximate dates and times you are available 15-20hrs per week during the upcoming semester.
o    Why you would like to work as an OUT for Work intern.
o    What you think you can contribute to OUT for Work through your work as an intern.
2.        Your resume

E mail to: alex@outforwork.com before December 10th, 2012
Duration of internship: January 14th – May 3rd, 2013

Copyright © 2012 OUT for Work, All rights reserved.
Our mailing address is:
1325 Massachusetts Ave, N.W
Suite 700, #702
Washington, D.C 20005

Job Openings at Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania

There are many new job openings available at Goodwill.  Job Seekers can apply at www.goodwillswpa.org/job-postings  .  Or send resumes to the e-mail listed below.

Dawnita Chichilla, Retail Recruiter
Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania
294 Lincoln Highway
North Versailles Pa. 15137
www.goodwillswpa.org

Lilly Broadcasting is Looking For an Internet Technical Support

Lilly Broadcasting is looking for an Internet Technical support
PC technician – With hands on hardware and software support on site, needs experience in
Desktop support
Systems Administration
Help desk support including Tiers 1-3 for other TV stations
Television Broadcasting master control support
Networking
Architecture
LAN/WAN administration

Please send resumes to
HR
Lilly Broadcasting 3514 State street , Erie pa.16508

Or email to
Pam Forsyth
General Manager
WICU/WSEE/CW
Lilly Broadcasting

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News Producer with WTAE-TV

Position/Title:
News Producer
Details:
Job Description:

WTAE-TV is looking for a smart, creative and fluid producer. Are you the very best producer in your market? Do you design a vision for the day and newscast and spend your day making that pay off? Are you creative, resourceful and very well-read? That's what we're looking for-someone who prides him/herself on great writing, showcasing and news judgment. You will craft shows at the station with a history of winning National Murrow Awards, National Headliner Awards, a Peabody and more. Show us a demo where you take a typical day and put all your skills to work making appointment television come alive. Applicants must be able to multitask in an intense creative environment – while putting accuracy first. They should also have a track record of conceptualizing, creating and implementing modern graphics, pre-production, and non-linear video. This position also involves story research with little or no supervision. Must be able to work with people, delegate workload and manage resources.
Experience:
Experience Requirements:

• Previous television newsroom experience preferred.
Requirements:
Qualifications Requirements:

• Work varied shifts – early mornings, evenings, holidays and weekends included.
• Drive station vehicles (Valid Driver’s License and Motor Vehicle Check required).
• Deal with the stresses and pressures of time-sensitive newscast production.
• Must be well-versed in local and national news stories.

Education:

• Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
Additional Information:
EOE
M/F/D/V

Contact:
To Apply:

Send resume, tape or DVD, and cover letter to the CODE NP-111612 , c/o:

WTAE-TV
400 Ardmore Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
or email WTAE-TVjobs@hearst.com

Applicants must include source of referral
No phone calls, please!

IT Intern At US Steel


Intern / Student Employee – Information Technology/Computer Science

The Student Employee IT position at United States Steel Corporation is for a college student interested in working and training as a traditional co-op or part time student employee during the school year and over the summer.

Training consists of "hands on" work experiences in areas such as Safety, Communication, Leadership, Teamwork, and Problem Solving. Specific process and equipment training will also be provided in On-the-Job type training.
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Intern / Student Employee – Information Technology/Computer Science
3214BR
BUSINESS SERVICE CENTER
United States
US - PA
GLOBAL BUSINESS PROCESSES
US-Non-Exempt
The Student Employee IT position at United States Steel Corporation is for a college student interested in working and training as a traditional co-op or part time student employee during the school year and over the summer.

Training consists of "hands on" work experiences in areas such as Safety, Communication, Leadership, Teamwork, and Problem Solving. Specific process and equipment training will also be provided in On-the-Job type training.

The student may receive training in the following areas:
Support networks such as Ethernet and LAN and servers such as UNIX, Web and Windows.
Configure, troubleshoot, install, evaluate, and support software on PC’s and end user support.
Administering security to networks, software, and systems within the U. S. Steel environment.
Provide daily detailed support of all IT networks and PC’s affiliated with running a global business as well as identifying and implementing improvements to the current infrastructure.
Preparation, administration and tracking of Appropriation and Authorization Requests.
Writing or editing code.
Assisting in business processes.
Supporting functions within our Business Service Center.

Job Requirements:
• Candidates must be a full-time student pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in IT, Computer Science, Information Technology or any other computer-related degree.
• Candidates must have completed or be working towards completion of their sophomore year and be in good academic standing.
• Candidates must be willing to work one of two schedules: two semesters at 16-20 hours per week followed by one summer of 40 hours per week or one semester of 20 hours per week plus one summer of 40 hours per week.
Candidates must maintain good academic standing while participating in the program.

Skills preferred are the knowledge of MSOffice products, operating systems, computer hardware, networking, databases (Oracle), web based applications, or any market driven comparable language or product.

United States Steel Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
           

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Thursday, November 29, 2012

Corporate, Distribution, & Manufacturing Careers At GNC

Join us in helping others Live Well!
There is no greater gift than good health and no greater satisfaction than helping others to achieve it. That's why you owe it to yourself to explore a future with General Nutrition Corporation, the world's largest specialty retailer of health and wellness products. Here you will join a dynamic group of people excited to be a part of the health and wellness industry and share in its tremendous growth. General Nutrition Corporation is a diverse company with numerous lines of business including Corporate, Manufacturing, Distribution, eCommerce, Franchise, Wholesale and International. We offer opportunities in a wide range of fields including but not limited to Marketing, Product Development, Accounting, Finance, Real Estate, Construction, Information Technology, Legal, Human Resources, Manufacturing, Transportation and Distribution as well as field positions in Franchising, Loss Prevention and International.

If you are seeking an opportunity as a Multi Unit Manager, Store Manager or Sales Associate at one of our 4,000 locations across the United States, please click here.

If you are interested in a position that is not currently available, you can submit your resume for general consideration by clicking here. Or you can create a Job Search Agent to be notified of opportunities as they become available. Unfortunately, we are not able to accept unsolicited resumes mailed to our offices.

Keep in mind that we are always doing our best to review your application and compare it to the qualifications listed for the position in a timely manner. However, due to the large volume of applications received, we are not always able to contact every applicant. If your resume, application and cover letter demonstrates a fit for our current or future needs, you will be contacted by e-mail or phone to further discuss.

To view more job openings go to: https://careers-gnc.icims.com/jobs/intro?hashed=0

Management Associate – Information Technology/Computer Science

Management Associate – Information Technology/Computer Science

The Management Associate - IT is an entry level position for recent college graduates. Through formal and on-the-job training related to individual assignments, Management Associates build business and management skills while they prepare for successful futures.

The Management Associate IT may work in any of the following areas:
Support networks such as Ethernet and LAN and servers such as UNIX, Web and Windows.
Configure, troubleshoot, install, evaluate, and support software on PC’s and end user support.
Administering security to networks, software, and systems within the U. S. Steel environment.
Provide daily detailed support of all IT networks and PC’s affiliated with running a global business as well as identifying and implementing improvements to the current infrastructure.
Preparation, administration and tracking of Appropriation and Authorization Requests.
Writing or editing code.
Assisting in business processes.
Supporting functions within our Business Service Center

 
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Retail Jobs At GNC

Welcome


GNC offers exciting and compelling career opportunities in our retail locations. With approximately 3,000 locations, we provide opportunities for career growth in retail management and sales. We look for dynamic individuals who have a commitment to exceptional service and quality that matches ours. Our culture supports ownership and empowerment, and provides a challenging foundation that fosters endless career growth.

Field Opportunities available at GNC stores across the US mainland, Puerto Rico, Hawaii and Canada:

Divisional Sales Director (DSD)– Multi Unit leadership responsible for a multi state territory supervising 10+ Regional Sales Directors; full P&L and operational responsibility for approximately 300 stores equaling about $110 million in sales volume. To see all available Divisional Sales Director opportunities, click here.

Regional Sales Director (RSD) – Multi Unit District Manager responsible for sales and operational leadership of approximately 30 stores within an assigned region. Requires proven multi unit specialty retail management experience. To see all available Regional Sales Director opportunities, click here.

Senior Store Manager (SSM) – Responsible for sales and operational leadership of 3 – 5 stores in an assigned area. Requires demonstrated success in store management and employee development. To see all available Senior Store Manager opportunities, click here.

Store Management – Opportunities available for Store Managers, Assistant Store Managers, and Managers in Training. Requires demonstrated sales and leadership qualities. To see all available Store Management opportunities, click here.

Regional Loss Prevention Manager – Protect the assets of GNC by directing, establishing, implementing and monitoring programs that will minimize loss for approximately 200 retail units within an assigned region working in conjunction with all levels of retail leadership. To see all available Regional Loss Prevention Manager opportunities, click here.

Loss Prevention Inventory Auditor - Completes efficient corporate, franchise and conversion inventories within an assigned geographical area. Conduct operational and procedural audits in stores per Loss Prevention guidelines. To see all available Loss Prevention Inventory Auditor opportunities, click here.

Retail Sales Associate – Put yourself on a path to success by starting as a sales associate and taking advantage of our exceptional training and growth opportunities. We have a great history of promoting from within into management, loss prevention and corporate. To see all available Sales Associate opportunities, click here. However, due to the sheer volume of Sales Associate opportunities available, we recommend refining your search by zip code radius. We also ask that you pay close attention to the application instructions listed in the posting.
To view more job options go to: https://retail-gnc.icims.com/jobs/intro?hashed=0

Camp Courageous Opportunit​ies

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Retail Technology With Supervalu

RETAIL TECHNOLOGY

About the Job

 

Supervalu

Grocery/​Big Box/​ Drug Store Scanning Coordinators and Front End Managers!

Supervalu has an opening in our Retail Technology department.​ We are looking for a highly motivated individual with a minimum of three years experience in POS scanning systems in a supermarket or major retail environment (Retalix Scanmaster is a plus), gift card programs, web based payment solutions, cash management, POS host/​pricing programs and be proficient in Microsoft office and other software programs.​

Interested applicants must be willing to travel daily and occasional overnight to our independent retail customer locations, work closely with owners and store management to identify the best technology solutions for their operation and provide in-store training.​ To apply visit our website: www.​supervalu.​com, click "Careers", and then "Search Jobs" for job number 13370.​

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Merchandis​e Team Manager, Macy's, Greensburg​, PA

Overview:
As a Merchandise Team Manager, you will support My Macy's by directing the daily merchandise support functions for a multi-million dollar family of business. You will be directly responsible for the merchandising and signing teams. Primary focus is on making the departments, merchandise and floor customer-ready for business
Key Accountabilities:


Sales
  • Drive and exceed sales goals by developing & executing strategies; determine business-driving opportunities
  • Analyze merchandising reports to review business results and take appropriate action to capitalize on business strengths and impact deficiencies; partner with Executive team to execute
  • Use tools and analyze documents to forecast workload and allocate resources as needed
  • Direct merchandise receipt placement, replenishment and sales promotion set-up; partner with Executive team to plan and execute floor/fixture moves, merchandise placement and presentation
  • Execute all price changes, markdowns and signing; lead team and ensure accuracy
  • Manage physical inventory process and ensure that shortage prevention initiatives are executed
  • Process RTVs, salvages and make and breaks in a timely manner
  • Establish that selling Associates and Executives understand high level of merchandising expectations
  • Ensure that all procedures, policies, exposure standards, safety and shortage awareness are thoroughly understood
Customer
  • Coach, motivate and develop support team to reach their fullest potential and to increase productivity and efficiency
  • Role Model exemplary service, lead support staff to provide an outstanding shopping experience
  • Maintain high customer readiness standards; deliver a clean and neat selling floor and stockroom
  • Clearly communicate store and Company objectives so both management and staff are well informed

People
  • Recruit, select and train talented, results-oriented support Associates
  • Create a positive, inclusive work environment focusing on internal and external customer service and safety
  • Address Associate concerns in a reasonable and fair manner consistent with the values expected by the Company
  • Monitor and address performance issues on a timely basis; administer Responsibility Based Performance as needed
  • Utilize review process as a tool for Associate talent development, promotion and advancement
  • Lead Associates in support of community service opportunities

Skills Summary:
  • A minimum of 3-5 years of operations/merchandising retail management
  • Productivity driven, task oriented and highly organized
  • Strong communication and leadership skills
  • Effective prioritizing and time management skills
  • Talent for selling floor merchandising
  • Strong administrative and negotiation skills
  • Ability to plan and execute strategies
  • Ability to build partnerships and direct teams
  • Commitment to exemplifying the highest integrity and professional business standards
  • Familiarity with workload systems


Macy's is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment.

Company Description

Macy's, Inc., with corporate offices in Cincinnati and New York, is one of the US's premier retailers, with fiscal 2010 sales of $25 billion. The Macy's Brand includes about 810 Macy's department stores and furniture galleries in 45 states, the District of Columbia, Guam and Puerto Rico, as well as macys.com. The Bloomingdale's brand includes 41 department stores and home stores in 12 states, bloomingdales.com and (as of April 2, 2011) four Bloomingdale Outlet stores in three states. Bloomingdale's also operates in Dubai under a lease agreement with Al Tayer Group LLC. Macy's, Inc.'s diverse workforce includes approximately 166,000 employees.

IT Help Desk Specialist with Reed Smith, LLP

IT Help Desk Specialist


Responsible for handling end-user computer hardware and software support questions for the global offices of the firm in a 24 X 7 environment. Will serve as the first point of contact for users with technological issues. Logs tickets into IT Help Desk database to facilitate statistical report generation. Provides coverage of weekend hours on a rotating basis. This position is not limited to these responsibilities and may be revised as needed from time to time. Essential Functions
  • Function as the primary contact for all Information Technology issues throughout the firm.
  • Provide IT Help Desk support on various applications and hardware including MS Office 2010 Suite, Windows, FileSite, Elite, Payne Templates, Citrix (remote access), Internet, intranet, telephone, voicemail/Unified Messaging, Blackberry, email, printers, desktop computers, notebook computers and proprietary applications.
  • Maintain required recordkeeping, including logging calls into the HEAT database, reporting time, and others as directed.
  • Escalate problems to the appropriate Specialist, Analyst, Programmer, Supervisor or Manager when necessary.
  • Report unusual, alarming or recurring problems to the appropriate Specialist, Analyst, Programmer, Supervisor or Manager when necessary.
  • Maintain working knowledge of all Firm deployed applications.
  • Report common IT Help Desk issues to IT Help Desk Supervisor to facilitate long-term solutions.
  • Provide feedback for ongoing and maintenance of IT Help Desk database for purpose of call tracking, knowledge database creation, and statistical report generation.
  • Provide extended user support during computer conversions, office moves or as a result of hardware or software failures (occasionally on short notice).
  • Provide assistance in testing new or upgraded applications.
  • Special projects as requested by the Senior Manager of IT Help Desk and IT Education or the Director of Operations.
  • Reset user passwords and grace logins, and grant document access with appropriate approval.
  • May volunteer or be selected to serve on special committees, work groups, project teams, or escalation teams related to various firmwide IT initiatives. Initiatives may be specific one-time events (e.g., research, testing, rollouts, upgrades, installations) or on going activities.
REQUIREMENTS

Education:

Two year College Degree or equivalent work experience in related computer field.

Experience:
At least two years of experience as a Help Desk Specialist in a large professional services environment preferred.

Skills:
Windows 2007 Operating System, MS-Office 2010, Outlook 2010, FileSite, Word Styles, Payne Templates, Internet Explorer 9 and Citrix.

Excellent customer service skills required. OTHER

Equipment to be Used:

Personal computer and other office equipment such as telephone, typewriter, calculator, fax machine, duplicating machine and so on.

Typical Physical Demands:
Manual dexterity and range of hearing/vision sufficient to operate standard office machines.

Typical Mental Demands:
Able to deal with stress associated with fast-paced work environment. Multiple priorities/tasks. Make judgment decisions and adapt to changing work situations. Grasp and apply new ideas. Communicate with various personalities at all levels.

Working Conditions:

Works in a typical office setting. Occasionally called upon to work overtime. Must carry pager during assigned on-call timeslot.

Reed Smith offers a challenging work environment, business casual dress code and a total compensation package that includes a competitive salary, flexible benefits program, tuition assistance, and generous 401(k) plan.

Qualified candidates only. No search firms. Reed Smith is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please submit resume and salary requirement to:

Rachel Steckel
Reed Smith LLP
20 Stanwix Street, Ste. 1200
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Fax: 412-288-3063
jobs@reedsmith.com
~ no phone calls please ~

Intern-Operations and Maintenance

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3427BR
IRVIN PLANT
Finishing Operations - Cold Mill/Pickle
United States
US - PA
MON VALLEY WORKS OPERATIONS
US-Non-Exempt
This position for a college student provides training to prepare for a career in Operations or Maintenance Management. Training consists of "hands on" work experiences in areas such as Safety, Communication, Leadership, Teamwork, and Problem Solving. Specific process and equipment training will also be provided in On-the-Job type training.

The student will conduct problem solving investigations of real issues in the plant operations under the supervision and mentoring of an engineer. The student will have an opportunity to interact with the operations personnel and provide real solutions to situations involved in operating a multi-billion dollar manufacturing facility. The student will also have an opportunity to manage small projects on their own.

Additionally, safety is our highest priority and safety procedures/guidelines must be adhered to at all times. This includes wearing personal protective equipment such as hard hat, goggles, hearing protection, protective clothing and work boots with metatarsals.

Requirements:

Pursuing a B.S. in Mechanical or Electrical Engineering/ Technology, Industrial Engineering or Operations Management at an accredited institution is required. Must have completed sophomore year status and be in good academic standing. Good communication and computer skills are also required.

United States Steel Corporation is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Fair of Pittsburgh Thursday, 12/6

Job Fair of Pittsburgh
Thursday, December 06, 2012
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Clarion Hotel and Conference Center
401 Holiday Drive
Pittsburgh, PA 15220

All questions about this even should be directed to: 815.308.5426
This event is not affiliated with or co-sponsored by Penn State Career Services.


Plan to attend and meet face-to-face with several of the Pittsburgh area’s finest employers.
All of the companies at our job fairs have open positions they are seeking to fill.
Employers at our events typically recruit for entry level and experienced professionals in the following categories:
Pre-Register for this event online at: www.catalystcareergroup.com
Tips for Success:
Pre-register—Some Companies view the resumes before the event and may invite you to come and meet them. (We recommend that you pre-register but it is not required to attend.)
  • Dress professionally—First impressions go a long way.
  • Bring 15-25 Resumes.
  • Arrive any time between 10AM and 1PM—Plan to spend 45 minutes to 1 hour at the event.
  • Bring a friend—All job seekers are welcome.
  • Prepare a brief but effective “brag" to let the people you meet with get to know you.
  • Keep an open mind—Meet with as many of the companies as you can, you may be pleasantly surprised at what you find.
Remember, the best way to be considered for a position is to meet the hiring managers in person. Plan to attend this event!

Art Teacher Position


Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Technical Sales Engineer

TECHNICAL  SALES  ENGINEER

Assured Testing Services, a rapidly expanding ISO-accredited independent materials and environmental testing laboratory with a worldwide customer base located in Ridgway, PA, is in need of a Technical Sales Engineer. 
Key responsibilities include:
·         Interaction with customers, including answering technical questions, developing quotations, and sales prospecting by phone and visits to customers. 
·         Implementing and integrating new types of testing procedures and testing equipment into the laboratory.
·         Assistance with performing and reporting on current test procedures.
·         Assistance with monitoring lab test equipment
·         Assistance with maintaining current ISO 17025, Nadcap, AAMA accreditations, and supporting additional accreditations in future.
The ideal candidate will:
·         Have a technical degree coupled with a strong background or interest in industrial / manufacturing  processes.
·         An interest in sales or customer service work.
·         Be energetic and personable and be able to work well with others.
·         Possess excellent communication skills, both verbal and written.
·         Possess skills in Word, Excel, Power Point or Open Office equivalent applications.
·         Possess practical mechanical and electrical/electronic skills.
·         Be willing and able to handle multiple tasks and changes in job assignments.
Other factors for consideration:
·         Some educational background or work experience in geology, mining, gas, or petroleum industry is a plus.
·         Some overtime and travel will be required
·         Position is full-time, exempt salary
·         Position reports to the Sales Manager
Send resume, work history, and references to:
davidgreen@alleghenycoatings.com                       
No interviews without appointment