ZF’s Washington, MI, location is hosting an onsite job fair next Saturday, March 4th. Check out their cool video to learn more about ZF.
Engineers with 5-7 years of experience with a technical and manufacturing background. Looking to fill 40-50 senior application engineer, quality engineer and project management positions. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in a related field.
ZF Occupant Safety Systems Job Fair - Onsite interviews with engineering managers and chief engineers will be offered
ZF (Washington Township Facility)
4505 26 Mile Rd
Washington, MI 48094
Saturday, March 4th from 9 a.m to 12 p.m.
Key benefits include:
Working in an engineering, design and technical center so engineers see the product go from concept and testing through to manufacturing. Working for a safety company. Day in and day out ZF engineers work to save lives. Or, potential candidates can check out the latest jobs in Washington and all ZF locations at http://www.zf.com/careers
ZF offers competitive benefits, incentives, training, and a wonderful work environment. The Washington, MI, facility is located next to Stony Creek Metropark with access literally just a few steps from the facility.
What is it?
MiVirtualCareerFair (MiVCF) is the state of Michigan’s interactive, live, 3D virtual event platform that allows jobseekers from across the world to connect with growing Michigan employers from anywhere with internet access. MiVirtualCareerFair is an exciting and engaging tool by Pure Michigan Talent Connect to bring together Michigan companies and jobseekers! Business in Michigan is thriving, and MiVirtualCareerFairs are the state of Michigan’s new innovative way to find talent.
When is it?
Since 2012 the state of Michigan has sponsored twenty MiVirtualCareerFair events, connecting over 280 employers and 38,578 job seekers. Join other job seekers for the Wednesday, April 12th, 2016 MiVirtualCareerFair from 10AM-4PM ET.
Registration for our upcoming virtual career fair on April 12th will open on March 3rd.
During MiVirtualCareerFairs, event participants can:
- Register and search for jobs and it’s free.
- Communicate via chat with participating employers.
- Upload, view, and search for job postings.
- Interact with other participants in the Networking Lounge.
- Explore career development resources and interactive content in the Auditorium Media Center and Resource Lounge.
- Talk with Pure Michigan Talent Connect Staff about their job search junctions and how to utilize all MiTalent.org has to offer.
- Veterans can connect with staff at the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency (MVAA) booth to learn about veterans benefits in Michigan.
- Follow and re-post status updates to social and professional media during the live event.
- Access archived job openings for 30 days after event.
- Connect with Michigan colleges and universities and hear about wat educational programs they have to offer. Click here for your Job Seeker Guide!
Innovative High School Program Offers Free Tuition for Adultst Who Want to Get Back in the Career Game
For those seeking a new job or career advancement, earning a high school diploma is often the first and most important step. Many employers and positions require at lease a high school education. Great news for job seekers without a high school diploma: the State of Michigan has recently added the innovative Career Online High School (COHS) program to its eligible training provider list (ETPl), which means Michigan adults can now earn their diploma for free.
A program Focused on Preparing Graduates for Jobs
Career Online High School is not a GED; it's an accredited high school program tailored to adults. In addition to an actual high school diploma, students earn a career certificate in one of eight trade areas, gaining real-world skills they can use in the ground running in the workforce and show employers that they are right for the job.
Many students graduate in under a year, because the school grants transfer credits for past courses completed--so students get credit for what they've already learned and don't have to start from scratch.
Tina Calhoun: Detroit Success Story
Detroit native, Tina Calhoun was recently recognized as the first graduate of the program in 2016, after Matrix Human Services and Michigan Virtual University began offering the program in Michigan. Along with extended family, representatives from Macomb Community College administration's team were there to congratulate her- where she enrolled immediately to study to become a child care teacher.
What did you find worthwhile about the program? "I never had a chance to finish high school when I was younger, and now that my kids are in high school, I wanted to show them I could do it," she said. "My academic coach kept working with me and saying 'you got this.' Finally, I did it! This program taught me I can do anything."
Flexible and Convenient for Busy Adults
The flexible online program, coupled with academic coaches and certified instructors, proves to be a winning combination for adult students. The coaches help motivate students and keep them on track to graduate on time. The online access offers flexibility for those balancing work, family, and life commitments, so students are able to earn their high school diploma on their own schedule.
Visit MVU's Career Online High School enrollment site for more information on enrolling. It doesn’t cost you anything, and it could pay back thousands more!
* Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Current Population Survey, March 2016