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Account Executives
The Detroit Native Sun Newspaper Group LLC seeks to hire 5 sales people to sell advertising for radio, TV and newspaper. Most reps average $15 to $25 per hour. Qualified appointments/leads are provided. Commissions paid weekly. Bonuses available. Great earning opportunity. Must have friendly attitude. No experience is needed. Willing to train the right person. Must have reliable transportation. Call (313)457-5944 or email resume to sales@detroitnativesunonline.com.
Iron Street Barber Shop is looking for professional locticians, estheticians, stylists, make-up artists, barbers, braiders and nail technicians for busy salon near downtown Detroit. Located minutes away from the River Walk and Belle Isle. Call (313)608-3000 for inquiries or email resume and portfolio to melt@att.net for an interview and mock style try out. 
Auto Painter
Fred & Sons Collision seeks to hire an automotive painter. Apply in person at 17600 Livernois Ave. Detroit, Mi 48221 or call (313)863-9000.
Certified Auto Mechanic
AMC Automotive seeks to hire three certified auto mechanics to work in a busy shop. Excellent earning opportunity. Apply in person at 7667 Grand River Ave. Detroit, MI 48204 or call (313)656-4662.
Greeters/Servers Wanted
Dave’s Market is looking for friendly professional individuals to pass out samples to our clients in the store. Apply in person at 22700 Ryan Rd, Warren, MI 48091 or call (586) 754-7899 for additional information. 
Part Time Driver - 4562255
Driver needed to deliver and/or pick-up parts, needed material, etc. Must follow safety procedures, maintain a clean and safe working environment and vehicles. Must maintain a good attendance record and have a good work attitude. Applicants must be drug free, possess a GED or high school diploma, and read, write, speak, and understand English. Must have a Michigan Drivers license; CDL, good sense of direction, map reading and ability to lift a minimum of 50 lbs. Email: resume to SBONDY@WYANDOTTE.COM
Snow Plow Drivers and Sidewalk Crew - 4449727
Plow, salt and sidewalk crew drivers are needed. Must have reliable transportation. Drivers must have clean driving record, with at least chauffeur’s license. Must be available during inclement weather 24/7. Must have medical card. Please Email resume to tracy@teddyslandscape.com or call 734-525-6945.
Office Janitorial - 7354937
Office janitor wanted. This position is expected to be 15-20 hours per week. T, W, TH, afternoons, starting at or after 5pm. The pay is $11 hour. Applicants must be able to: act and work independently with minimal supervision, prioritize, maintain a good attendance record, maintain a good work attitude, and efficiently accomplish general office and bathroom cleaning. Duties include: clean chair wheels as needed, clean lunchroom area, dust items such as counters, furniture, windowsills, etc. as needed, follow and understand proper and expected cleaning techniques, follow safety procedures, maintaining a clean and safe working environment, follow work instructions, gather and dispose of rubbish and waste by hand, operate floor scrubber as needed, respect privacy, sweep, mop, vacuum, office areas, bathrooms and girls locker room as needed. Applicants must possess: basic math skills, be drug free, possess GED or High school diploma preferred, janitorial experience preferred, be able to read, write, speak and understand English, have steady work history preferred, be a US Citizen / Green card, pass physical, drug screen and background check. Email resume to: sbondy@wyandotte.com
Direct Care Support Staff - 3381424
Direct care support staff is needed to assist consumers with everyday living skills such as cooking, cleaning, passing medications, and transporting to and from appointments. Must pass all regulatory checks. Also must have a negative TB test and valid Michigan driver's license. Will train the right applicants. Undergo a reference or security check, possess a private drivers license,pass a physical examination, benefit packages offered. The pay is $9.50 hour. Email resume to jobs@consumerservicesinc.org or fax to (810) 234-0941
Part Time Teller (Pontiac) - 7524668
Genisys Credit Union is now accepting applications for a Part Time Financial Services Representative. The position opening is at our Pontiac branch located at: 44400 Woodward Ave. Pontiac, MI 48341. We are looking for individuals that are community minded and want to work for an organization that prides itself in their community involvement. Primary duties include running a teller window, handling cash, checks, transfer transactions, withdrawals, deposits, and servicing member’s personal financial needs as they relate to payment systems activities. As well as membership maintenance such as changing names, opening accounts and other miscellaneous membership functions. Good interpersonal skills and cross selling ability required. Must be flexible regarding work hours and must be available to work on Saturday mornings from 8:30 to 1:30. The pay is $12 hour. Benefits include: Vacation Time – % of FT based on hours worked, Paid Tuition to $2500 per year, Bereavement Pay, Holiday pay at 4 hours per observed holiday, and 401k up to 3% match and 5% Profit Share. All interested candidates should submit an online application at: www.genisyscu.org/careers
Manufacturing/Assembly/Packaging – 7091039
American Plastic Toys seeks to hire several full time workers in manufacturing, assembly and packaging. Duties include: Packaging plastic parts into cartons, light Assembly, applying labels to cartons, loading parts bins, assemble cardboard boxes, maintain safe operations, and general housekeeping. The pay is $10 hour. Hiring for second shift, 3 pm to 11 pm, and third shift 11 pm to 7 am. Please send your resume to jwalsh@aptoys.net with subject line: Assembly and preferred shift.
Production Assembly - 6596412
Our Client, a globally active security corporation in Madison Heights, is seeking a Lock Assembler to join their busy team. Responsibilities in this role include performing assembly of custom electronic locks via partial assembly of components in a work cell with other team members, using hand tools such as jigs and screwdrivers, cleaning/maintaining work area and other tasks as assigned. Motivated candidates will have opportunity for growth as well as permanent placement with the company. Training is provided and this is a bright, clean facility with opportunity for advancement and pay increases! First (6am start time) and second (2:30pm start time) shifts available! The pay is $10.25 hour. If you are interested in this position, please complete an online application on our website www.expresspros.com and submit it to the Royal Oak, Michigan, location. Resumes may be emailed to RoyalOakMI@expresspros.com . After you complete the application and/or email your resume, please contact our office 248-545-7377 to follow up. Express Employment Professionals does not charge a fee for our services; we are a Human Resource Solutions company assisting business in locating outstanding talent! We offer a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, short term disability, life insurance, and 401k.

City, DESC to use $1M from workforce training
fund to provide job skills training
  Detroit Employment Solutions Corporation (DESC) and the City of Detroit are seeking partners to provide employment and training services to low-income Detroit residents who are enrolled in the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). DESC, in partnership with the City of Detroit and Mayor Mike Duggan’s Workforce Development Board, will provide grants between $50,000 and $100,000 to up to 20 partners to provide training services including literacy skills, soft skills and vocational training, aiming to connect SNAP recipients to in demand jobs.  
  The ultimate goal of the program is to help lift these residents out of poverty – and off of SNAP assistance – by getting them into long-term employment. Employment is one of the best ways to move people off of nutrition assistance, and there are currently 270,000 people in the City of Detroit who receive food assistance — 160,000 of whom are working age.
  The grants will leverage and expand access to employment related services for federal food assistance recipients with a goal of helping them secure jobs.
  “Using these funds to partner with community-based organizations will help hundreds of Detroiters connect to jobs and participate in our city’s recovery,” said Mayor Mike Duggan.
  Through the program, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) will match up to 50% of any non-federal funding spent to provide employment and training services for people who receive food assistance. Those matched dollars can then be used to provide additional employment services to food assistance participants and then be matched again by USDA. That means a large portion of these funds can be returned and used again to train even more Detroiters.
“Every dollar we invest brings in more federal resources to help Detroiters connect with employment. It’s another way we’re working to help lift people out of poverty,” said Executive Director of Workforce Development, Jeff Donofrio.
  The SNAP Match program (FAE&T Plus) was launched in Detroit and Grand Rapids earlier by the State of Michigan and with support from JP Morgan Chase. Six local organizations (Southwest Solutions, Focus HOPE, Dominican Literacy, Goodwill, JVS and Saint Vincent) are currently participating in the program.
  The $1 million provided for the grants are from contractor contributions to the city’s Workforce Training Fund, which is made up of compliance fees collected from contractors during the construction of major projects, including Little Caesar’s Arena, Orleans Landing and others. Contractors that did not meet the requirement in a given month under Executive Order 2016-1 to hire 51% of its workforce from within the city of Detroit contributed to the workforce fund, which makes them complaint with the Order. On the Little Caesar’s Arena project, for example, Detroiters worked more than 600,000 hours and arena contractors contributed nearly $3 million to the Workforce Training Fund. Those funds will be utilized for workforce training for jobs in construction, healthcare, information technology and other high-demand industries in Detroit.
  “I’m proud of our history-making record accomplishment of working with the city to successfully comply with this executive order,” said Christopher Ilitch, President and CEO of Ilitch Holdings, Inc. “Little Caesars Arena, as the largest-ever project to meet the executive order, has helped thousands of Detroit residents through high-paying jobs and now will help thousands more through the contributions from our contractors. These funds will support the city in providing training to those most in need, building on the more than 800 apprentices who received on-the-job training on our projects already.”
  Organizations interested in submitting a proposal can read and download the RFP at www.detroitmi.gov/SNAP-RFP

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