The Detroit Native Sun Newspaper Group LLC seeks to hire 5 experienced 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. Call (313)457-5944 or email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DJs are needed for Jazz, Religious and Motown radio stations. Must have friendly, professional voice to appeal to listeners. No experience needed. Will train the right person. For additional information, call (313)808-3271.
Nurse Aides - 7300781
Kizann Home Care is now hiring experienced Nurse Aides or Home Health Aides to take care of patients in their own homes. We offer both shift-based and live-in positions, with good pay, plus transportation for live-in employees. We require that our employees have a minimum of 5 years of experience as a Nurse’s Aide, Caregiver, Home Health Aide (HHA) or Direct Care $10 hour. Must include experience in nursing home, home care company, hospital, or mental health setting.
Fax resume to 866 469 0379 or sent it email to email@example.com. See our website, kizann.com, for more information about us.
Subcontractor - 7477675
Tithe Properties and management is looking for Subcontractors that are skilled in: carpentry, drywall installation and finish, painting, general maintenance etc. This job is 8-5. This job does require a valid driver’s license and reliable vehicle, working in the city of Detroit, lifting, and bending, and must have own tools. Please submit resumes to JenniferBeale@TitheProperties.com or Fax 313-567-2786
Pallet Builder/Repair - 4972362
Build and repair pallets. Dismantle pallets and sort boards. Cut and stack boards to proper length. Occasionally load and unload trucks. Operate forklift in a safe manner. Operate all pallet manufacturing facility tools and equipment in a safe manner. Wear all protective gear required. Sort and stack pallets according to customers’ requirements. Keep daily log of work done to turn into shift supervisor at end of each shift. Cleanup work area during and at end of each shift. Applicants must have knowledge of hard wood and soft wood a plus. Must be able to sort pallets and recognize repairable and unrepairable pallets. Must have the ability to deal effectively with a variety of people (i.e. customers, other departments and staff). Must be able to read and write. Must have the ability to perform basic mathematical computations. Must be knowledgeable in proper loading, unloading and strapping techniques. Must be able to lift and/or move up to 75 pounds. Forklift experience a plus. Please email resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. We only accept walk-in applicants on Tuesday from 8am to 10am at 2971 Bellevue Street, Detroit, MI 48207
Commercial Window Installer - 7527379
Blackberry Systems seeks to hire commercial window installers. Applicants must have some construction job site experience; preferably in heavy commercial mid-rise and high-rise window and glazing. However BlackBerry will train new employees. BlackBerry offers full benefits including health and dental coverage and a 401k program. We are based out of Kalamazoo but our work is in Detroit, MI or Toledo, OH which is where the position will be based out of. Immediate openings. The pay is $14 per hour. Please email resumes to email@example.com or call 800-732-9400 and ask for Kate.
Welding Engineer - 7527346
Digital Technology Solutions seeks to hire a Welding Engineer to work in Detroit. It is a Direct Hire position. Duties include: Manage manufacturing engineering documentation, Evaluate manufacturing processes and procedures within area of responsibility, Establish and coordinate required tooling activities or reviews and evaluate proposals for existing and new manufacturing processes, Provide technical support to manufacturing personnel, Specify process for new programs or modify for existing programs, Provide cost requirements for relevant programs, Formulate specifications packages for release programs to outside suppliers, and Evaluate received supplier bid packages on quoted programs and report recommendations. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in welding engineering technology or equivalent training; 3-5 years’ of experience implementing and supporting multiple welding processes/systems; Demonstrated expertise in multiple welding technologies and processes; preferably in gas metal arc welding, friction welding, resistance welding, and laser beam welding; Hands on robot programming skills; Must be available to travel greater than 30% to U.S. and International locations; and General computer skills; must be proficient in applications such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. If interested you can send your reply along with your updated resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: 248-243-1383
Maintenance/Hi-Lo/Production - 6784262
Seeking candidates for Maintenance personnel in the cement industry. Employees will be required to perform various tasks, such as shoveling, operating a jackhammer, janitorial, hi-lo operations, clearing production areas of debris, etc... Upon conditional offer of employment, candidates will be required to pass a pre-employment drug screen and background investigation. The pay is $12 per hour. Please send resumes to email@example.com for consideration.
General Labor/Production - 7527418
Kelly Services is now interviewing for a variety of upcoming positions! We give $150.00 bonuses for referrals! We offer tons perks and benefits to our employees! Now hiring for the Midland and surrounding areas: General Laborers, Machine Operators, Inspectors and more! Kelly employees enjoy great perks, including: Kelly-sponsored ACA health care coverage for eligible employees, Group insurance options*, Service bonus plan, Weekly electronic pay options, Want more details? Contact us today! Phone: (989) 835-4499 Email: 3363@Kellyservices.com
General Labor/Mover - 5760861
Moving company needs reliable, clean-cut, movers to load & unload furniture. etc. Must be drug-free, dependable, and willing to work. Qualified candidate should live near Auburn Hills. No Experience Needed Students welcome. $20 per hour Please forward your resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Housekeeper - 7527313
We have an immediate opening. Days and hours are very flexible. If you are interested-we can possibly assist/train in building/improving your clerical skills. Job duties include, but not limited to the following; Multi-task cleaning-including vacuuming, laundry, etc; Organizing in home/residential office; Personal assistant type work; Ability to multi-task and adapt to priority changes quickly; and, Ability to work in a fast paced, ever-changing environment Full time or possibly work 25-40 hours per week. The pay is $10 per hour. For an interview, call 586-778-7345 between 10a-6p OR email your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.
Mayor kicks off Grow Detroit's
Young Talent enrollment
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan officially launched the enrollment period for his summer youth employment program, Grow Detroit’s Young Talent, which is now open at www.GDYT.org. In doing so, the Mayor also renewed his challenge to area businesses and foundations to provide 8,000 jobs this summer for Detroit youths ages 14-24.
The Mayor kicked off this year’s campaign during a breakfast at the headquarters of DTE Energy, which hosted the event and has been a major program sponsor since its inception. The Mayor also acknowledged the City’s key partners – Detroit Employment Solutions Corporation and City Connect Detroit.
In addition to announcing the opening of enrollment for both employers and youths, Mayor Duggan also outlined several ways GDYT is being enhanced this year to provide a wider range of career readiness and pathways including:
§Expanded vocational training §Opportunities to earn industry recognized training certifications §Career-pathway internships for second- and third-year GDYT youth ages 16 and older.
“GDYT is all about preparing our young Detroiters for their first jobs and ultimately their careers,” said Mayor Mike Duggan. “Youth participating in this year’s program will have more opportunity than ever to receive the kind of training and experience that could make them immediately employable.”
The Mayor launched GDYT in 2015 to be a central coordinator, fundraiser and marketer for all local businesses that want to provide summer youth employment opportunities for youth ages 14-24. In the program’s first year 5,600 youth were employed through GDYT. In 2016, that number rose to 8,100. Prior to GDYT, approximately 2,500 Detroit youth would have summer jobs each year through a series of smaller independent programs.
Grow Detroit’s Young Talent 2017 – 2
In 2016, GDYT youth had experiences at over 600 worksites, including 230 employers. This year’s fundraising goal is $10.8 million, up slightly from $10.6 million last year.
“DTE Energy and our Foundation have provided more than 2,000 summer jobs for young Detroiters in recent years, and we are committed to expanding these opportunities and making them even more valuable,” said Gerry Anderson, chairman and CEO, DTE Energy. “I encourage other business leaders to join us in supporting Grow Detroit’s Young Talent – it’s a great way to participate in Detroit’s resurgence.”
New in 2017: Industry recognized certifications, career pathway internships
Each year, GDYT has grown and added new opportunities. This year, the program will offer vocational training for 550 participants (up from just over 400 last year). Youth enrolled in the training component will participate in 120 hours of vocational training over six (6) weeks just as those matched to work experiences.
Many of these students will be able to earn industry-recognized certifications that would allow them to step directly into fulltime employment.For certifications that require more training than the six weeks of GDYT, the City has partnered with several providers that will credit the GDYT youth with six weeks toward certification in their program, also helping to make these youth employment-ready.
GDYT youth, who have work experiences this year that do not offer certifications, will be able to earn skills badges they can produce for prospective employers as proof of their abilities in various areas, including financial literacy, completion of vocational skills training and soft skills training, such as attendance and conflict resolution.
Career Pathway internships
In addition to the 550 that will receive vocational training, another 550 GDYT youth ages 16 and older who have participated in GDYT before will be placed into career-pathway internships with some of the program’s larger employers. These are the partners that offer more technical and professional opportunities.
How to get involved
Starting in February, Detroit youth interested in a summer job should apply at www.GDYT.org. Businesses interested in providing summer work experiences for Detroit youth also can register at the GDYT Web site.
Process for Successful Applicants
After an individual applies through GDYT.org, the applicant will be screened. During May and June, employers will have the opportunity to interview candidates at GDYT-sponsored career fairs. Otherwise, youth applicants will be selected based upon both employer request and a random selection process among the applicants.