Thursday, January 31, 2013

Technology Support Specialist​, Carnegie Museums

Technology Support Specialist

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About the Job

Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh's IT Department seeks a technology support specialist. Responsible for installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting computer and peripheral equipment, including (but not limited to): desktop computers, laptops, printers, scanners, point-of-sale stations, card readers, and operating system and application software.

POSITION REQUIREMENTS: Prefer Associate of Science Degree and 2-4 years professional/
technical experience installing and troubleshooting networked computer systems and desktop applications. Strong Windows XP/7 and Microsoft Office experience is a must. Experience with Linux (Unix) and Apple OS Platforms is preferred. Experience with client virtualization is a plus. Position requires a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license and reliable transportation to travel between locations. Position requires the physical ability to lift 40-60 pounds unassisted; climb and work on ladders; reach, stretch and stoop; work with hands above shoulder level and work in enclosed, cramped places.

For more information and to apply, please visit http://www.carnegiemuseums.org/hr.
EOE

 

IT Project Manangers needed in Johnstown & Pittsburgh

IT Project Manager

About the Job

Pyramid Healthcare is a provider of behavioral health services with 28 locations in PA.​ We are installing a third party electronic medical record and are seeking a full time IT Project Manager to oversee the installation, lead project team, manage system ongoing.​ Looking for highly experienced IT professional, ideally with healthcare experience.​ Competitive salary and excellent benefits.​ We are flexible on PA work location.​

Requirements:
B.​S in the Information Technology field along with project management experience.​

Send resume and salary requirements to:
(FAX) 215-529-1118
(MAIL)
PYRAMID HEALTHCARE
ATTN: Jason Hendricks
6614 Ruppsville Road
Allentown, PA 18106
Please visit our website at: www.​pyramidhealthcarepa.​com
EOE

 

Positions with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management

U.S OPM has two positions currently accepting applications in Boyers, PA. These positions are as Freedom of Information Technicians. Two different positions at two levels are being advertised.

1st Job Title:Freedom of Information/Privacy Technician

Agency:Office of Personnel Management
Job Announcement Number:13-095-SWA-DE
SALARY RANGE: $39,541.00 to $51,408.00 / Per Year
OPEN PERIOD: Friday, January 25, 2013 to Thursday, February 07, 2013
SERIES & GRADE: GS-0303-07
Must use USAJOBS to apply: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/336530200


2nd Job:Freedom of Information/Privacy Technician

Agency:Office of Personnel Management
Job Announcement Number:13-094-SWA-DE
SALARY RANGE: $31,921.00 to $46,255.00 / Per Year
OPEN PERIOD: Friday, January 25, 2013 to Thursday, February 07, 2013
SERIES & GRADE: GS-0303-05/06
POSITION INFORMATION: Full Time - Permanent
PROMOTION POTENTIAL:07
MUST USE USAJOBS.GOV TO APPLY: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/336529700




Monday, January 28, 2013

Watson Institute Summer Employment Opportunities

The Watson Institute in Sewickley, Pennsylvania, has been a leader in providing educational services to children with disabilities for over 80 years. Their facility has grown and evolved into one of the areas greatest resources for serving children in need. They provide employment opportunities in the areas of internships, summer camps, and substitute positions, as well as special education teachers, instructional aides, therapists, weekend respite staff, therapeutic support staff, behavior specialist consultants, etc.

Current summer employment opportunities include:

Direct Care Worker, Assistant Direct Care Worker, Camp Site Supervisor, Special Education Teacher, and Aide
If you are interested in these opportunities, you may visit their website at www.thewatsoninstitute.org to apply online or contact Melissa Painter, Director of Human Resources at melissap@thewatsoninstitite.org or 412-749-2866. Or fax or send resume to:

The Watson Institute
301 Camp Meeting Road
Sewickley, PA 15143-8773
FAX 412-749-6430

Internship​s at Heritage Museum

Heritage Museum Internships
All internships require the student be able to stay organized, set goals and keep them. Before any project is started the student must submit a timeline of their expected progress throughout the semester. During the semester, they will meet with the curator at least once a week to ensure the project is heading in the correct direction and address any concerns. Internships may be ended early if the curator does not feel Heritage Museum protocol is being followed.

Exhibit Sign Internship
This project would involve making exhibit signs. It would involve researching artifacts, time periods, culture, or anything to make a visit to the museum more enjoyable and educational.  This internship would work the closest with the curator. The actual research and design would be the student’s responsibility. Deciding what direction to take the signs would be a collaborative effort.

Journalism/ Research Internship
This internship is geared around researching articles to publish in our bimonthly news letter. These articles would have to be on local history and this adds a level of difficulty to the research. The articles would have to be cited correctly and topics pre-approved. A minimum of three articles must be written every two months. This is completely independent; however, the student is more than welcome to any material at the Heritage Museum.
Military Artifact Identification Internship
The general purpose of this internship is to work with military artifacts from throughout American history to identify the artifact and add as much information to our database as possible for the artifact. The person would work mostly independently and have a flexible schedule. The general guidelines would include:

Laying out several tables with artifacts then inviting several veterans groups into the Heritage Museum. Allowing them with notebooks as well as taking personal notes identifying the objects. The intern would then be required to sort through the identification notebooks and find correct identifications.

Proper handling of all artifacts would be required. Being able to work with people and maintain a work schedule is also important.
Early Communication Artifact Internship
The general purpose of this internship would be to organize the typewriters, adding machines, telephones, and radios in chorological order and researching information past date, model, and type when possible.  Then some of these objects would need to be placed on display. This is an independent project. After a training period the student would be required to summit a timeline of expect progress on the project and would check in weekly with the curator. Proper handling of artifacts is required.

Social Media Internship
This intern would work to keep the various social media sites that the Heritage Museum has up and running. This currently includes Facebook and Twitter. This student could also work on launching other social media sites as approved. This student would be responsible for updating all sites at least three times a week as well as finding ways to improve them and reach more people.

Web Design Internship
This internship requires previous experience working with websites. It would involve creating a website that is usable as well as easily updatable. The website design would be largely independent although towards the end of the internship the student would work closely with Heritage Museum board members and volunteers explaining and launching their website.
Create Your Own Internship
This internship first requires an idea. This can range from wanting to launch a new program to building a new exhibit. The intern would be responsible for all aspects of the program from designing it to advertising for it. Another idea might be designing an exhibit. The student would be responsible for creating it, building it, researching it, and if it is not in the budget, getting sponsors for it. All projects must be approved by the curator and then the board.

All full project proposals are required. This includes a full project description, timeline of project completion, any financial needs of the projects, and any other relevant information.  Do not hesitate to contact the Museum for help with the proposal.
224 East Seventh Avenue                                                                                            724 224-7666
Tarentum, PA  15084                                                                                           Fax:  724 224-7642

Heritage Museum Internship Application
These internships only apply to current students enrolled in college or post college graduates. The internships run on a semester basis (spring, summer, and fall). If a student wishes to continue a project into another semester they must reapply. The applications will be judged only on merit and academic ability. The interns work directly under the curator of the Heritage Museum. Any applicant can contact the Heritage Museum with questions on filling out this form. The form can be mailed to the Heritage Museum in care of the curator, faxed, or delivered by the applicant.

Deadlines:
Summer Internships April 15
Fall Internships July 15
Spring Internships October 15
Internships dates will be decided on once an applicant is chosen. They will be decided between the applicant and the curator.
If there are several qualified applicants then interviews may be held. Not all positions will necessarily be filled each semester. All applicants will be contacted in regards to the decision made based on their application.
Name: __________________________________
Address: _____________________________________________________________________________
Phone Number: _____________________________Email: ______________________________
School Name: __________________________________________________________________
Major: _______________________________________ Year: ____________________________
Internship Applying for: __________________________________________________________
Please attach a current resume. Include other internships, a transcript, and three references with at least one being a professor. Also include a cover letter stating why you would like the internship and how it would benefit you and the Heritage Museum. If you are creating your own internship also include your proposal.

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Opportunit​y for VETERANS!

Veterans, click on the link below or view the attachments for more information about the 2013 Student Veterans Education and Employment Conference. This event is being held in Pittsburgh on March 2 & 3 and is co-hosted by Penn State Mont Alto, the University of Pittsburgh, and Seton Hill University. The registration fee is waived for the first 60 registrants!
Register today for the 2013 Student Veterans Education and Employment Conference!
The Conference Planning Committee is pleased to announce some new and exciting incentives for this year’s conference being held at the University of Pittsburgh March 2-3, 2013.
Breakfast, Lunch, and Refreshments will be provided on both days, as well as a Networking Hour that gives attendees the opportunity to build and make new connections and join fellow veterans and supporters in the fun and relaxed environment of Pittsburgh.
The conference will include over 20 exhibitors to include: The Pennsylvania Department of Education, Wounded Warrior Project, the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, and many more!
The program will feature over 30 presenters from nationally recognized organizations to include: Student Veterans of America, Operation Vets, as well as distinguished speakers from colleges and universities that have built successful veteran programs!
At the end of the conference, attendees will also have the opportunity to tour the historical Soldiers and Sailors Museum that features items from the all of our countries conflicts, including the current wars of Iraq and Afghanistan!
Please join us for a weekend of learning, networking and gathering additional resources from the veterans community.
Jim Yauger | Co-Chair Planning Committee
2013 Student Veterans Education & Employment Conference
NOTE TO PENN STATE NEW KENSINGTON STUDENT VETERANS: If you are interested in attending the conference, please contact Jim Shields in Career Services at jshields@psu.edu or 724-334-6065. If there is enough interest, the campus will look into providing transportation to the event. Contact Jim by February 15 if you plan to attend.

HR Intern With PLS Logistics Services

                                   Job Description

Title
HR Internship
Department
Human Resources
Reports To
HR Manager
Job Grade
Part-Time Internship


Job summary
Provide a wide variety of confidential and complex administrative, technical, and clerical duties in support of the HR recruiting team.

Summary of essential job functions
  • Ensures that human resources files and records are maintained in accordance with legal requirements and Company policies and procedures
  • Screen resumes and schedule phone interviews
  • Manage candidates through interview process
  • Provide communication to candidates through the entire interview process
  • Performs clerical work including filing and collecting paperwork
  • Types, generates and proofreads letters, reports, memos, and statistical charts
  • To participate in external events to promote the company with a view to attracting candidates to apply for posts
  • Other duties as required by business needs or as assigned.
Minimum Requirements
  • Ability to work independently and meet deadlines
  • PC proficient (Microsoft Office preferred), interpersonal, communication, planning and organizational skills, detail oriented, and strong sensitivity to confidential matters.
Minimum Qualifications
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Business Administration, Human Resources, or equivalent preferred.
PLS Website: https://external-plslogistics.icims.com/jobs/1208/login

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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Immediate Need for Staffing Intern at SagePoint Financial



Employer Name:

Contact Person: Karen Marasco

Phone Number: 412-967-6092   

Email: kmarasco@sagepointadvisor.com                      


Company Description: SagePoint Financial is one of the nation's largest independent brokerage firms.  We have approximately $30 billion in total account assests and over 2,000 financial advisors affiliated with the organization.  SagePoint Financial is headquarted out of Phoenix, AZ.  

Internship Title: Staffing Intern (Internship/Part-time)

Internship Description: SagePoint Financial is currently recruiting for a Staffing Intern for our office in Oakmont, PA.  The Staffing Intern would be responsible for the following:
1.  Understand Recruiting Strategy and Plan
2.  Post opportunities with local unversities/websites
3.  Source resumes/candidates
4.  Conduct Candidate Prescreen
5.  Schedule/Coordinate Interviews"       

Requirements: Candidates must have the following:
1.  Excellent Communication Skills
2.  Pursuing Bachelors degree in Marketing, Human Resources, Communication, or Psychology
3.  Minimum GPA of 3.0
4.  Working to complete sophomore year
5.  Ability to work a minimum of 20 hours (February, March, April, and May)"        

Deadline for Applying: 2/2/2013

How to Apply: If interested in this opportunity, please email a copy of your resume to kmarasco@sagepointadvisor.com (attn:  Karen Marasco).     

Opportunities for IST Students with Pricewaterhouse Coopers

Here is information on PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Elevate program for Sophomore IST students (and other majors) at locations outside of Penn State University Park.  The program will be held in Pittsburgh on June 25th.  The program is a great way to introduce students to PwC and get them some real world experience. Here is the link for the program on the PwC website with more details and how to apply:  http//www.pwc.com/us/en/careers/campus/programs-events/elevate.jhtml

This highly interactive and exciting program allows you to discover your own leadership abilities while building relationships with other student leaders from a diverse group of sources. Participants also gain insight in to our profession, lines of service, our client base, and the PwC culture. PwC professionals bring their experiences to this program to further enhance your networking and learning opportunities. Click on the link to learn more and to apply.

Municipal Internship Program Fair


Rivers Casino Internship Program

With the start of 2013, we at Rivers Casino are looking forward to another successful summer internship program.   Our A.C.E. Internship Program (Achieving Career Excellence at Rivers Casino) was very successful last year.  Of the 6 summer interns that we had, 4 stayed on with us, and out of those 4 one was promoted into a supervisory role after their internship with us.
All of our intern positions have been posted online.  Please encourage students to log on to our website www.theriverscasino.com to apply for the position(s).  Interested students should be in their third or fourth year of study.
The following departments will host interns in the summer of 2013;
Ø  Finance
Ø  Food and beverage (Front of the House)
Ø  Food & Beverage (Culinary)
Ø  Human Resources
Ø  IT (Audio Video & IT)
Ø  Marketing
                     Ø  Slots